The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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L.;. OF CONFEDERACY MEETIn With the Prop.; and Necessary Furniture and Fittings at Once, Col. Erwin Opened for State and Made i Masterly Effort-Geode j i'

fed I Strike Cofitjtfes ,to Spread Memorial Chapel at. Thdl arrylng Out Recommendations of Grand Jury. I Iid Worley Followed for Defense and is Still Speaking

k.Rapidly>'All Directions., Wesltyan ;I I I. 1 I' ,
Rome, Ga, Todays I : : I With Telling Effect :
I : Tithe .
:4 r Macon. Ga. October 25. The Georgia If one dotibis il thew dom' ant neceselty arranging cf the room, and Insteadof

state division of the United Daughters Gf mmendaUODi. made havl; a a raised platform in connection !f .. 1
thr: I wIth'that As announced In the Metropolis yesterday Counsel Worley. was] partlcnlartr
:THE LINES .ARE- .' of the Confederacy opened :tIaDD'aal bJ the laat afan; jury. that the peverilomca of the judge hejis afternoon the Conklln embes- demonstrative against the Hussses) 1
meeting In the Me-, j forced to occupy a place on the main .
F .f thexi: ult court be suppuel caiej I for the State and earnest la his deelaraflon t.
floor and desk that has zlement which has been'on trial
this morning with a Sy use a seen '
AJ"STANDSTl- : mortal Chapel and .equlp; th suitable:furniture, .mach better of the innocence ot the defendant Ta
days. Clrcul1 the past
large attendance and under1: the most 1'1)" lathe Court for two the '
He attacked records s
IIlIttlDcl er bturea, an idspection I The roof the in f
Mr. Walter Harris and'y of building \leaks '
favorable anspldes. I weeks has gone to argumentArgument the electric light eoJDpUJ-a office as*
i ix i---, .' the delegates'on: behalf of.t; he condition 'ot- theaoomcei several places and the walls are stain t -i
welcomed i ras opened yesterday afternoon compared figures brought out at tM'r
.< '. :" the of Veterans. wMle MrsWalter lI'ID his J change their opluIon. = ed from the dripping of Water and the .
of Sons
I those the
tate.. ,u1al'aplut from generalauditor's
.. 4D *T. PETERSBURG. WILL ,,BE D. Lamar welcomed" i the delegates -, t\"I beating or'lre.tber: Ail in all the by Attorney Jones ;
which : office. At 12 o'clock Mr.Wosv
reading the indictment after .
The state itt for instance condition I f
irney's room, furnishings and the general
: ; behalf of the local
; OUT, on chapter 'CoL W. began for'the'StMr ley still had the floor, and began la
la table W, Erwin '
i 1 supple d with one of the entire second floor of the building
EWORLD BY TOMORROW MOS. the U. D. C. Appropriate {responces office and occupied! all of the afternoon, a conclusion at the no..et.J. of coert'r i:;
formerly used the clerk's 'I
some n used for court puree Is about
::COW, FACING'FOOD'. AND'WAT.- were made and :routine i tnd > covered recess ,being taken at 5 o'clock, until at 2 o'clock this afternoon. l
one sma inferior
the of the er table as : and common as it wouldbe .
trauactetd during rest o'clock morning He will be followed bJ' State Attorney
.JER FAMINE.b clot 9 thl4 whenhe'coa
session.In with green and, apparently used possible to have it.
-I morning cluded. Coll Erwin Jones after lI'hlch'the'J1i.p wCt to'
some Ume| faming andtwo I was particularlysevere
''I. the afternoon another session will at oi purpose The exterior appearance of the courthouse
!' chain- The ,floor is 1 in hi* arraignment of the de- deliver Ids charge and the ease go to: *
rill be or tireerjpli Is all that one could desire and
held. \,
be Tonight a reception
.... : bare and not ev stained city fendant and made a forcible address the Jury. No time' limit, -aas neesx
or painted. would do credit to any county or '
1 ..k. Pete' burL Oct.. n. More tendered Armory to the by delegates the Veterans at the Volunteer and This Is thereon f.n Itlon of the office.. \' in the country: but'what It gains ''in He was followed by,George A:, Wor-. placed on the:arguments. ,'I' and on that, i
1' ley counsel tor defendant the fact account it is probable that! the belL '
ana .
k L hilt of European:Bmsla la In the ,Sons ot Veterans which promises to The' Judge'jit'cly condl: amber Is In practical this way is offset add. destroyed p I T that he .....t to speak nus 'morning part of the afternoon will be consumed
like and
a Ion and too the inferior workmanship
T furnishings -
i of the striking:raCroad(men and :be the most Important function during. attracted a large crowd to the 'courtroom by Mr. Worley. which may force the: *"!
-r i crude and cpmiion compared to :the which can be classed as a disgrace t
> strike continues!. to spread. rapidly- the convention. furnishings usually, given such imT,-rf to the county. 'among! the spectators betnc'a I closing address to be- continued, :nnta
; will
be bntlness
: Tomorrow there. I I nunnmber of fladles.FROM {
'an f tom mnr.
directions. tint trtbuna'kjlor' : All .
.,' sessions In the morning and afternoon justice. ";ofjthe The grand Jury recommended that

':'".lie roads. la' the .Volga. ..region- are. and In the evening a reception to the other rooms, eflt. jury etc., are. turn. the court room and offices tributarythereto i,. -

-ta*.; 'standstill' ,.and, 'today. a general delegates will be held at the residence liked la kefpLig with. that of the be furnished In'a suitable and CHICAGO NEW ORLEANS''
""/" !states attorney without. any .conveniences comfortable mariner, and from comments orIS' ,
.i:wu proclaimed on two relines jot Mrs. Waiter ,D. Lamar. The convention : t
., ; .' or comfort made and heard thereon the .
"out,of. 8t, ,. Petersburg. will close on Friday night oonet Q. M. Human, and Family are Travel-
,., In the the :
commissioners 4Gir
>" with a visit to the fair. Among the t m Judges rog-- county would act JUBILANTOVER
.w before.:tomorrow the Capital Is prominent visitors attending, the convention : turn'': isa, criijie affair, without. .eltheij ly and in accordance with popular favor Ing .i I an Automobile. .

'"" d 1 to be, .shut out from- the out.' are 'Mrs. Clay Clopton and carpet or matt g and furnished witha by complying with. the recoiimendatlons }

world by" way of the continent. Mrs. Bishop Weed of,Florida. common Wood n table as a.desk. No, of. the jury at the earliest Mr. and M G; M. Huston and son I. ..' K

:-Involves. the 'suspension.' of all I provision war i nade for the clerk In, possible moment I D H. HUlto11f were among the promInent ;

'communlcafltaa..1 DANIA 'DOTS arrival): at the. Windsor THE COMING THERE ToMORROW
;'.:lie t.eape'of.LelPes has come NATIONAL': %Y C.IT. u. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT day from Chicago says the 1ef'tl'1 OF THE' ElIDENT-' .

'_e support of the railroad men and Matters of, Interest. 'Transpiring' atThis ANNUAL SESSION MAY START I EXTENSION' ion. I I WEATHER. PREDICTED-CIIIEF: .

dvlaed them favoring t general strike : Flourishing Town 9f: I Mr. Huston and family came from 'EXECUTIVE IN LITTLE, ROCK .
':professional telegraph 'operators v .T.OS A r ) C.I. Ou."ber":l5.Delegates .- Chamber-of .Commerce wired Dr.I Charleston vb the Clyde line, bringing :: t
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-1' h TODAY.
ntcg in the movement and the R. R. Roper, of this place, returned anJ wprkers ot the! W C. Tire Porter at Pensaco'a also the United with them. their handsome tour Ii i

1oIs'- critical and pregnant'with home a short while ago, after spending U. from ah part j1\1 ; of the United States' States Marine .Hospital' authorities In I ing car. Fro: a Chicago to Charleston !r i i

IIblUt ea.,-Moscow' Is facing a and,enjoying the:summer up:the II are useigbled.}h; to attend.the natfount I charge at New' Orleans as to the possibility their Car trip was i made' overland In the *-.
i and water famine.' :% State. , meetingChristian of the. Woman,'* i of ,President Roosevelt paying from Charles on to Jacksonville"they Memphis Oct 25 _.(The,,special _
Mrs. Pinch from,Wisconsin I '''
ELEBIfATINQ THETOWN'S i led Friday morning Accompanied' by Temperance,! Onion'which I our city a visit about next Friday, decided to m lee the trip by'water, I train bearing President Roosevelt and

1 will, open here n 'Friday evening. West Mr. Huston, with his handsome tour party arrived here at 4:23 ()o'clock. this:, 'i
her the Advertiser.
; REJUVENATION friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bodah. who I says Key -1 -0
As an 4ntroiiu, n the streets yesterday morning and departed without .Stopping
will make this their home for while. I '
; a ,1 Satisfactory answers were recelYelby
proper, the fits board meeting; was .and the mac line attracted. much at. ]: for Little Rock. .., .
nix Like, Marion; Ky.Has Risen :3 i Quite a number ot persona spent'Sunday (I the local health authorities la this v
Ashes. 'afternoon held this mornl 1 gj: and the Executive ; tention. I
jj From the j at the beach Every.thing (I : r
isr i iKy Committee will hold a. meeting this city and a wireless message was sent i It has a Speed of about sixtyfivei THE PRESIDENT
went on very nicely except that '
*ulon,; : OeC25.., The "won- the. expert-to-be. mayor. of'th a place'' evening.! ThiN number of delegates is to Admiral Brownson of the battleship! I miles an hour i and Is driven by a 15- .*<. AT .L .E"RoClC' Y
i. \ It Is believed that extending of i horse-power, e.ngine. Wickerwork i t ,
1 retorncUon of this town.whleti dropped one of our' prominent'young |unusually large tnd West Virginia greetings pan-

a modern Phoenix rose, rejuven-1 ladies while carrying her through the 'the. coming ten Yentlon will "be 'the our citizens. inviting' the President to Dlera'.re strapped to the sides ot'the Little Rock Oct 25...fPresUeat' .

,:from the ashes and ruins ot the mud..though Ihe'cUd not spill"or'cry." largest ever fiel in this."conn try. .All visit.. our city while enr ute: north. A car and all necessary supplies for a Roosevelt and party reached. Arganta*
States and ten torte areZ;:representop wire also Bent to Mr. Henry M. long trip abntttit the country
wbictt destroyed nearly'the,whole An oyster supper was given by the was are car suburb,on schedule time: and. at DIM
L about a'rear ago, Is the occasion Ladles' Improvement Society Saturdayat .; At Ulet fop ming meeting' of,,the Flagler suggesting'that the President ried in tbee !Baggage; holders o'clock the train pulled![ out for,Kf,

,wt! a grand celebration by the dtlsens the Connell home convention. ,of"','"Ffiday evening 4&e.. del-.., be Invited to open In this city the workon Mr. Huston]will remain Jacksonville Ro k.lI'bere the prealdent allghtedand '
9t Sir. egates will. bfc elcomed by the mayor the new railroad.. A favorable reply until tltla'afternooni when he .** r
Marlon today. and Mrs. Bodah.. of Whoosh. [ was escorted to lest Logan. where be ..
', and several f romlnent local mem- was received from,. Mr, Flagler win leave on I the Clyde river steamer
The,day Is rgeneraBy observed as a. will occupy the Uppencott house on { reviewed the troops and Inspected the ,_ '
and all business, not absolute-- Wisconsin 'avenue. and Sixth 'street, berg tI i thanking us, for ,the suggestion and City of Jacksonville for 'Enterprise. grounds '\ s

i necessary/ rest An public and boo..', On"Saturday:afternoon there'tYm' be that be would wire'tbe PresIdent. A I I At that place!the machine win be disembarked 'The';iPrestdent reached Little.. .Rock -"

privatej buildings are decorated' B. r. Reams Is expecting a new fruit addresses byjttrk. C.. L..a. H lI1DI. request from this .city'through. Admiral anJ Jlr. Huston and family proper at noon and war tendered a
sissy Dr :'Mary > Thompson and Brownson requesting the President will contlnuej their trip overland l to ''
| the streets are thronged with peo; which he will put In.use u soon % > reception Afterwards as addressed' ,
'There wee a parade this morning as possible others bter.; evening diamond to Inaugurate, here this, the RoeUedge. where he intends spend an immense crowd In the city putt: ; k

4 I Jn the afternoon there'will be a Messrs.. Cox k Bailey,,'of HeleanaGa. medal rat i teat wilt take place greatest railroad'work' ever attempt ing. the winter.From The party will'leave for Memphis ,

;and a general JoOlflcatioa1th arrived Monday morning with Inten- Miss ( Greenwood''will' ed. The following plyw.. received Rockiedge to Miami Mr., Hus at 4 o'clock th's! afternoon, where the .

d speech making singing aad-otber |tons of making this (heir future home'J. preach I the cOflrnUon! <, sermon on Sun :\ "Tour message for the Presidenthas ton will find an excellent hard road PArtY will separate, Secretary 'Loest, ;

nnsemcnta.' .P. Ditsen;'of Glencoe,:Fla."cameThursday' dayMonday! i ight the organizers been received and will be delivered and will no doubt continue his tripto and Dr. Rlxey. accompanying t&a .,

morning and Is going to will speak adC' ''nesday erenlng there to him Immediately on' his arrival Cocoanut rove. President New 0rI..4. the

[RY-McCUNTOCK': work'lndetrlocaly at big 'crops >J will be a platform DC8UD&1t1tJ; Mrs on board" A ''message was' sent 'to I Mr.: Hustoi Is a retired jeweler ojt rest of the party returning :to Wasit. ,

WA RECALLED J.', P.;Nix and wife'returned. home Adtlanna'ltdtyt| ,rtorJ. ,-Vri Margaret the Jacksonville Board' ot Trade extending I Chicago, ,an l; last April decided to Ington by raO. The weather, to threatening -

a short while-ago';a:few days Deye Ellis and!, Ml's Utile kearney as greetings to our' citizens as I( start out on he long automobile tour today. c '

riIIIt' relatives :iie "principal'i'n.. Wednesday our representative Hon. G. W. Allen, which brought himself and family to '
Knr.Tork. Oct 25- Emery McClin- with, "and %friends, In : The President was greeted at Ar
actuary of the Mutual Life In. Jack onTu18. .., night the JujSlw wi'.l be held].and tie who,left ,here Thursday via Tampa :I Char.eston.: J The long time spent on genta by United States fenatofa' Ben,

ee,Co:;'was the first'witness. bee .P._ Hart who has for:some time banner .w1Ube, awarded. missed connections. the road by! the touring party has ry and Clark Governor tiavls and Fed: i

the-Insurance investigating cornithti been filling the office of city marshal ." cot been marred by any serious ae- eral! Judge Trevor, lI'H1 greeted. him

'f. morningHe_ was recalled" ieBiP .tate""lI'eeb"aco.: w;. 11.' CONFEOERAIVETERAN!! I, bumpkins, of Columbia! S. C.,.delivered \ cldent. Beyi|nd a. few minor breakdowns to the' tate, ;1-1 ,

further t Johnson succeeded'him. 'OF VIRGINIA the oration of the day. the powerful machine, a White Arriving
Ij >lIlw details of l, at Fort Roots the party ,
The Grand'Camp will hold a meet- steamer has 'stood! the test put on lt
affairs. Mr. -
Graham has bought
i land here .. kinks allgnted and made an Inspection 'of, -
1 to put t ing Jn, the afternoon at the P. M. C. aver.a. :1 of roads splendidly.:
orchardJudge :
: put a fruIt brand Camp A SMnnbled in the barranks and: &Twnds.i-tartinCl,
ball Mr. and ,
transact Huston
A. to business ant aftar I' and their
IUAN'REIGN: OP W. a Sands ass three acres Annual) son for the city at 11 o'clock, and when ,
_ ::-J OF; ;TERROR IS. PASSING of'egg'plants.' ready for shipment, [J:;I' eetlng. 'Today. the meeting there win be a receptionIn left tention Chlcag of :E' Aprfl with the In the1-guard of honor was ltatr due..s.-. '
I honor of the Grand Camp, a tour of the East .
which he win. probably :i. sponsors ..r.r'u.
f"(. get good prices consisting of twelve civil .!
Vi.. andjmaldg and the sons of veterans, and South They spent the summer' at 4
Petersburg Oct. % eighteenth
: Washington., .. Oct.:.'25,The. State De-: for. ,. *: the twelve Confederate veterans mounted.'
nest. todq.\ received cablegram Mr."Frank O' elrne. ot Miami attended 'anu
Kiwis thaf.the, reign of the oyster:'supper at the Con- Camp of the,42o"ifederate Veterans,of grand ,Veteran Ball ,win be given at and left. .tor the South a fewweeks :and the guard of.honor served throng ,a

,there war passing/The] 'casttai ,nell Rouse Saturday nightA Virginia has!1tt'a large number Center WarehouseWashington street, acorh Florida all their des the entire day. \

-I i Monday were fifteen and one knlnjared. > I grand'ban win.b\ given once a of veterans. tad [other visitors' to thiscity"and under the auspices of the A. P.. Hill f ,. ,.
l week at the Dante'Semlnole Halt Everybody it Is'esfimated that there are Camp, Sons of,Confederate Veterans. j .
", "ls invited and they will 'I more than fifteen thousand visitors In ,The convention will last three days FOUR NEW pASE \fAt I' I.
+"RIN IN Tkg liven;an' enjoyable. time as, far as this city ,atf[present: i All hotels are, I C. PENSACOLA TODAY WILL BE FAVORABLE f
.! possible; crowded andona ly lttzeea have opened TENNESSEE Y. IN SESSION
i CASEfLdnaatL .. '
: I Pensacola. Oct '
3.. .. Quite a number ot men of Danla are their houses to accommodate. the 25. Four,new New Orleans. Oct 15.; Shower'

_ .y0;,.October. 25.' _'The"oa working on the. ,road.from' Reeds Iskn visitors Gff i Meeting Will Open at Clarksville With had cases been of yellow reported fever and' no 'deaths are predicted for today: with. cooler .

'the, motion. of John I 8. lamaChlearO
forj-the, appolatment' of a Improvement. .. opened at noon < oday at' the Academy The Is therefore good for ,
.:Sot the Little Kanawha qnvrtich'wn of_Mulc.. Mayo r Win. M, Jones welcomed I a successful reception of the President

made a "short time THE NEW ORLEANS the delegates" nn behalf of the Clarksville; Terra., Oct 25. The U. 8. COTTON CENSUS ., whose approaching visit has. :

m before Edge: Richards of -3 FEVER, ",SITUATION city and Paster nd Commander O. L. annual ,meeticg tf the Young,Hen's, REPORT ISSUED I,largely ronnftwed too early ,removal .

tTnfte,. states Circuit Court tad y. I Cnrlstlan, c{ Y:K chtuond, ;. rulOl de.l.l Christian Association of'Tennessee J of quaranr'pe restrictions.,, _' -

,'arr,.many nice polnfs of law Ilk New Orleans, Oct:25. .ft >Don 'Commander,t| I..Marks welcomed e I will open here tomorrow ciol'DiI.rllha /Washington.1 Oct. 25 The census i Anxiety to ice the President' baa

oWed fa Inthis s ease'and K is eirected : today there had been reported.two'new. visitors on:behalf 1 .of the local 'camp bureau today lasu a bulletin show resulted In the cp ilng pnetlcaly'of ;
eases Lied-' I large attendance representing, every Ing the cotto ginned loathe TrnIedStates (:the ,whole of. Louisiana and Mlsslsstppt
r tt >Bbe, s highly'InteresUna of"yeBow fever,,and"one 'dearh. and First laat Grand Commander "-
'1tibiaueatlegat. talent. ,Is'repre-I making the totals to date... S471 cases, John H. l>tl lt< m, of Wythernie, Va;, i Insittcftm' and'tranch of' the orginIcitton to October 1 ,at'4443,728 ales.J[ with the consequent. revival_1 of bna-" ;4?,:

i tine'the5 parties }nJ. the,suit : II and 4Jt" :t4ea.1J L. '" "> responded., \Ulrn\ ;, .Hl abU Elliott: Ii l In the*, State' :: / counties_ the d !JaIt. half balk.,IDeas activity.J' .- .. 1$'y cf'

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- 1 The' Daily: Miami i Metropolis ,I H..., II A' QUEER; ANIMAL'

t ftJiJ1 Crratsrc !. i "__al. That 1h heHome
n Make B
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B. B-iTATUJI! r, PRESIDENT.' S. BOBO .DEAN, SEC.-TREAS. Of e cf the oddest of the many: queer

,:rUE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY and r unique creatures that inhabit the
antipod an wilds I. 'an animal! about
on the mainland of the U..S.
The mosCSonthern
newspaper 'h and six of 'the
.i th4, pe American
"' '-< PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY racwo lie Is not a curiosity oo ac- 1 L We will help you to.do this. It you willonfy come to our e
t. coudt f his shape or size or because store and look over tb t large assortment of rugs mats and '
CIRCULATION' RATESTear'by be r mblea the coon and lives lu carpets yon will have no trouble in selecting' to your taste.

'tithe Man..............$5.00 Three Mouths...................Lib Auptta .1 f where all nature is topsy I fit Our fall line of pictures and mouldings lii1e arrived and ,

las' :Months....;........i......,. %.50 One week by Cnrier......... JO turty.! but because of a remarkable ; they will surpass anT in the city for beauty Come at once x.
habit 4e i female of bis specits has of and make your selection for these good things will not '

I Advertising Rates made known on application.. ,_ Ja1b.i.r') ggs aDd hatching them" after c tt 1 w last long. Our prices are moderate and : i, no reason
.j thet'er; of birds. ThIs queer egg why you ''should not- have 'as pretty a there( your neigh. '
f TELEPHONE 7* OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. laypig nimalIthe! only.creature otWe 'b r bor. If passing the Watson !Store 'look in his windows. or*
ti kiw}o< earth as far as the zoologists better still come in and ask tljl SEETil EM.NO TROUBLE
..a mild 434 twttfth'$ ''.. c. Opposite'th Court Hous know, 1 i called a platypus. It Inhabit '. TO SHOW YOU THROUGH' our stock of'irngs,, pictures.. e
they <> > forests of the river bottom of !1 ,e
.! OCTOBER 25, 1905
1-+ WEDNESDAY boti A utralia and New Zealand and

.' r. I it 1*?said,;:has many of the character

[fWtth the last foursd"ays snow baa fallen in Iowa, Wisconsin.' Nebraska, istics' bleb distinguish the beaver 1 J. W. Wat-soil

'Minaeadti and. South .'Dakota, in the ,two latter States] to tht> depth. of six, trittii; Fhe platypus>> Is not a common
t ,animal even in its native haunts; and '
Tactics: i ; "
It (U'7 arty becoming scarcer because / :*

l "faB> on writer says that "among certain women of. the 400 $150, Isns1dered of the war which the natives wage Hardware and'Furniture, I3th'str.,; .\9r+| Ave; D, MiamiUpTheyGo
a gainyoung It on account;I of its,peculiar
too hIgh'for silk stockings." That Is"a great deal higher than .
egg |ar ng habits. They have a super- JI f'
4i stockings come-doubtless\ I
Utiom dread of the harmless little
t 'S animal because its habits deviate so
Tewa.II: hort 'e's'' are,compromising with some of the vlolaters of her widely from those generally noted In '

;, ant ruat'1&wI. bat"abe Is showing no mercy for those who.violate her ordi, fu:/. fccvered. tour footed' creatures. WILLIAM J BRYAN
nances', prohibiting the making of "goo goo eyes." their! ; h itred of It being so great that .
c. no'btoU; whether composed of half ,

& 1 JTre;made food.'",said' District Attorney Jerome and'the people know dozen or 100 families, will settle In the I I I *IN" *fOREIGNLANDS*"" t-

!rtat's'trne.' What a'great thing It would r be for-'the American I people 'if vicjnitj men"beat of a: lake or the stream, bUllb"until and the kill 1 .]I .If you wMt to read 'Mr.'BrpI.'. litters .(- rWeiga: Trcvd i.sore

i all tielr,,;public officers could: make. mi truthful a declaration.' every platypus that can; be found. r Riverside Lots will'Soon: .bike time to' Mbscribcrvr die, ti..u ;

:Conundrums-It,President. Cleveland had issued an executlveTnTer air I! j' 1 l' EAGLE ; Price' ,William,''Bryan, editor of -The Commoner, sailed from.,
a wlBg L cabinet'officer*: to discharge any employ"under them /without a ::1 THE.: SEA. Be Advanced in I San Francisco September 27 for a years visit abroad.,'-In the ,

"M chance to refute charges,.would he have. been a wicked Democrat ipoitomanT ... nim Powerful 'Pirate Bird Again countries course of his' travels;Mr. Bryan will visit' the''following: named' I
"f. CateJo KWH Baeka.I. : \;

[president! Roosevelt 'ha*shown -the;.Southerners:bow keenly 'he.-,was .iniminer the principal foodof, the UAWAU, .JAP B.'BBITn" ISLES: .
',interested in them and they 'showed "Ted"' that he was 'tie"onl,' thing." white tailed lea'esg e, is salmon' va- We gave warning that 'on the COIN INDIA, .PHILIPPINE.: ISLANDS.1. "
been -- tied by sea birds common along the In- first of October the prices of River .AUSTRALIA.. EGYPT. '" PALESTINE' ,
His'southern; receptions have :the most hearty of any he received on let&Of Greenland;:,' In autumn .wbenthe .
: ." '". side lots would be advanced 25 per NEW ZEALAND. TURKEY: v GREECE.:
L ::ils... ,'different- vls1ts.'. : .*, -ft. salmon have ascended to tile lakes. cent., Quite a number of wise men .SPAIN 'ITALY ', SWITZERLAND. ,
thtf-blrds: resort to;the sea., 'They appeir believed what we said and par FRANCE; NORWAY, .GERJUNY; ; .
Wherever' .CoU. Roosevert goes a amber. of the '"Rough 'Riders" tarn hue a, special'fondness ;for chased last week. ,DENMARK. 'RUSSIA. ., .. "SWEDEN' ,. HOLLAND
"IIIL.,..:Tbere weni Viglnally only:"eight hundred of them and'only fire hundred elder d ek,'wbicb are taken by strate- The present price'per lot is $5CO '. From- of : 1 :
each the countries named. Mr.. Bryan will letters
: writ*
of these,went to Cuba,.and "' rrfiS'tfoMd ,,near; the..water In a and this ;will last but a short! ttme.
they went as infantry,Tint there must D* ,. describing his observations and dealing. particularly( with the politi.
r at least.Sjinlllion of;them Dow.;- "> -rk;: comma ding petition!! with a background The terms are easy,one-third cash cal life of the countries visited. ._ 'f" .. '
.. of cliff the color of which astlmlktfs balance in one and two with These letters will in
V i years >'": published The Commooer. and those who
.Senator- Batley of.Tesar- and Senator Beverldge ofjndiana.ereborn* with+:,that 'of' the eagle's 8 (per, cent interest. 3 _.water :and desire to read every one of these.letters-should lode no Ante ia subscribing -'
/' :; Didpia e, i he ,sits r motionless until a sewer pipes.will be laid during this for Mr. Bryan's paper.' j }:
}' _the,same day of the.moathbut a year apart..,',They have been!dOter flock o ducks settles near him :'After month and several other streets j. "'.#*', "_ J i
:_IJier-- than' they "'' a time one or two\ dive in search of be' this'work is The Commoner-- is Isenedweekly,and the subscription price"
4 that; however. 'oue when. nearly landed m each will paved, When '1.00 a year. By speaial' arrapgements with the publisher w.. are
x wtherIn, the.Senate, and"once: when they did it magazine fashion7. food";b it. not until all have gone under done and the electric railway is under ,enables tn ofl>r for a short time only I the Commoner and the Miami

.t .' ;'''.: : together does the eagle make a sign. 'construction these lots will be Weekly Mt'lropoli.oni year, both,for '!2jOO when paid in advance,'
''':'Ism not an'anaeJ. tiys Governor Folk. And" the'Waabingtoti Post Ue the i glides swiftly to the spot andcircles worth 50 per cent more or $750.00. or we will send The Commoner and the Miami Daily Uevropoli for
t over it close to the.water. With We will be pleased to talk or write 'en*,year'M any' address.for |..00.;the regular price of the Daily
als' tils 'Ura" ,wholly:,unnecessary'statement' -" in view. of."the I.fict'.tIlaf'IleintTborn ilskha rp eyes be' can detect the birds to any interested in netting 50 percent Metropolis: alone. -- 'i 1

In Tennesseeand{ UTe in'Mlssouri." Oh. we'don't,...know. ..r l1. before iiey reach the surface.! i:At first I i 'on their investments within :Addjressa'li.. orders to WsisirrkAtCs.liisiCrh.WIK: ; ; ..
.,'"'ae.ee't. fun of angles bpt we wont certify .for them; after-they "reave. he=is tot usually/'successful, for a* three to 6'month'' '. "" I ,' _, -_ ,_ : _: :- '. _
.tke'State.-: .V angst ai they become aware of the pres- We handle all classes of property
.-J f ehc :o; the they dive again ln<
enemy for other' will be .
..T \ 4"ple..and: gladto ...
& i. tAt / --
: 'Charlotte, N4 G4: ;President,Roosevelt met 'the widows ofiStonewaf4ckson1 >stantly. I'But In time they are obliged furnish information and to,show 0
tosoae for air and then
of '
or'flve' 'minutes up what, we have to offer; AREJWVLL. VrOCKID)' t
:to'wbbm he talked : greeting her with'these fiords them t ?comes an easy, victim. A full 'r. :! ;
7-tVrsv Jackson-yon ao'nottoow'how, CIa! .I'am to. meet. you': .;What the grqwn elder:drake is easily lifted up I .I .in the way of everything 1 II
A, w1&oW'cf. the'great'\Stomewan'JackeonlWhy;> lt1 I is worth. the":whole trip and;;be me away in.the.talons of,tbU. I II I r a first-class drug Douce.Ia tk* Hasn

don, hereto have a'chance to shake'jour hand." f .. .'/i"The powerful pirate.-London Field. J ;PATENT MEDICINES i dtA:
I' '. :,.jk.- ..'*. ;z* :W ,/L -ffi -. ; ].', H., Tatum, Co. .. !have: cone{through..th&Mat:De;'

., knife win.be used at once If,. the President( bitten by a mosquito" AUSTRIAN.CUSTOM. : weeded.out the bad and sorted Q tmig

.i* salpewj" report-' ''Why ''not.'use' .;a' .revolver "on the'mosquito,bet orebe;: new. i'1;t" a Caries..taw .Abt. a._.... Real L Estate.Atg.. &:Brokers j jI' '' .oa'tb. (OOd..' "What we- BOW aav,* ....'

Ji1, Wfei 0r better "'stilt1, why]!iot m lo7Jtbemethodiof'dealfngwtththeskeeter : ,t!;t &.__ at Kl.b<:0....._ i' Patent Medicine.an: : only thOM 'et. ;
invented by a Mlssou&dentlst"add which is thai'de8e1'ibedYou' tie, of.>the eddestotlthe.Austrlencutb ; ---'-,- --- -,-- 'I II I I :a 'bfPeat'merit. 1.D4'th* t, .hairs; '

-" 'nb alum (ill your.face"and hands/and:when, ..the'mo.qulto.; takea"a. ; bite, ,.Ityaekers i is the result of legislation. According I' ,. atstty : found at an times. to b. an ehttmed i .

,.'f";'''' .its' .buzzer.soItctat sting.,1t then-eiu, dowialna,damp I -,place< from to law 10 o'clock every;house mu'!t. be I -- One T: I :1 .' \ em.: .. -. I.;"
at night until G '
clcfedo'clock '
? tries, to.."dig"'the Jl1ICkestJ: ;.eatchesIts, death. :Of,cold and, dies of,pneu. the f oil j wing morning., ; During '" ,.. t We ar. *:-'i ipecial ,priess ,a:
"'" "< --- & "" J: -. them, too, and will laYe : ]t.
: \ 7 ,!t. ," ..J '. thatjl ne each bones is in charge of an Figure f roc many .
t. e 'i J' rat 'dim by buying"(nal ;.
attend, knoTn;as tbe:"bausbeftOrcaretakP.ID : .' .
Jtf': xs us'fnai estate continues to grow in..TaJu4'the persous'who buy ger1o large apartment \ ,, r! .; :1

re,a : tfca earliest'get'the best bargains.; vearat this early date In the fall it is bolldln! i this tcusbtwargpr is usually s r. more) or less in

g.''{<,J.*;< "tatid'by wgaged*'real For.the estate.winter"men,_ 'thai la.number every house of "Instances In Miami parties.occupying'Is 'either.'occupied comtortabl or- log.unit to) ;hose oil porters! brfrepn ETITJ-10 person at night eater and ',thepricepaidforpictnreamay mean beauty llie ::1: Biscayne'Dnujor: ; Co.y,:

: 6I L!.& awning: .nU3t pay to the haul i inue
botiw"btive leased rthem'foathe'season'fonrmootbnatFsinma1' : and permancj or
besot r 10 belfers! (4 .'* Tangmg fro "1300 to 11.000 ':D4:0e..r.: .' 'Is this.not,evidence that.,there, Tbi gives rice to 'C1Ulous condlUonl: entire lack of it Av : D and Twelfth street Miami,.FloiId"a
; demand for-readnjbonies la.Miami. The Naturally I The path of safe >4 _
; ;sm pverwhelalng man, or men the tan tvbo comes home at ,
f JJ8!; !''who:wffl build'ont hundred or'inor, neat'aid''attractive cottage, here will eat; 0:1:.. .1 f'?;,p ;..r.eceRsarily.payanjihlig. ; ty. lies .betweenextravagantly'.

'dative greater eveanes from his or their investment:than'eould'be, had lam while the man who habitually .
't high and rediculonsly -
-i.: i t ./ ; j y ot.ber' Bjafc.g-, venture' They,would be :next'."thing" tt -> "to"*" !'gold tf* mine; t ; .i freqU geU it In contributor'at 2 or 3 In to'the the morning bansbesoruink Is a- low prices Money- to Loan' on 'Hop nFllrnhtii:

IB.V.IWIIMBBWW.' :Y ;' '"*' i/ i geL'If: [account::" Inquiry.,of 'the ,and' leads rightto ..
'A' '
TERMS/: ,-our studio. fa ,
.. '+ ;*. ;SUG6ESTIYE- ; : ,._. f ba" K'>!T rconcerning,, Mr.Asaay; We make.Photographs'. .",..
... Ii. rI J n the startling Information that -
.... i ". .; :
:t>: 1: ,f.,' .- ;. .' 1' b. i II a most disreputable meaD sort of t Without removing ,it 'from, the_ house];in. };;
a. la his:AUaatapeeeh -President,:Rockevelt'laU ;Thfe.e:ire Oren,;;whopw : malty nndoa -hlle.tbe'nlghthawk' Mr. B,will \ sums of"$5.00 and,up. Can be.paid back in .
as splendid
at fair pikes'Tbeae
', ,Uosot dWde:actions merely:Into.those,that: are,honest and those that are fellow Iof.excelent reputation.As \ ? sums of |K oo, .a week. ''Business, strictly .f{

? ,tact,:hut create.a.third.snb divlsion'tbat'of. _Uw honest i/-that:kind_of honesty conierj-ator fore' of the public morals taerebansbesorger nr.mhine pictures ; confidential.Write! : us and'solicitor i will_ call i I
,\ be good
can hardly, .
r t 'ch4"consists of keeping clear,<*. the.jieElteEtlery.:. rTbl'rort'ona: .man Is '
.; called k success ; ,, > a i t.,perfect por-
MMM':most mess .He,may succeed.tef bTtel: ?B3..,hutr 1 1'.leayDi. I ;' I"" "Uwatte. .' ttdtture &high
; : *' } 11'; stsgtn ... I. L' finish
Weguarauice -
direction the in.Ws ,
>1'- < :
-odd English Is foaDdID\'a, that they.
Sir; i"t. f'Jr.thi same speech Roowvelt. \tered this reaBonabfeea'ntionagalngt'indiscriminateland : pld' ix k,kpublished b7,the Ascocla '1 wLl' not fade..

; unlntejligen ,chsrgeii of-.dlshonesty'I against';'men';of tlod'tr Hotel"Keepers of Switzerland: : OPPOSITE POSTOf PICE.Youngs' !
9 : n. nr bi is the object of tile compilers Albert < f t .
-. wealth and men la public.life. rit.is-of:_ .course, to the great, .advantage',of .Ths, be Algle Grand hotel:promisesesL. '. a u 'mann. : '

'i diahoDest men.of..wealth.If theyare'Jenounced "not for:b fig'dishonest! but : I 'bW, ; ; pbyglt,at the estabt." 'It Cor1 t.14Ih.Sl 1:::A t"C. e D.Mwwi 1t ;.

i tar being wealthy,and if they are ,denounced in"term. [ io'overitralned'&i. d, Isoftlywojlde after reflection.that the readers

N: \brtericaf; u, to tn1te'a" reaction In their, favor: We.}cannot.efforS In this; ) .attricrBtil. 'at ons.Is.finding' allayed.> 'bl1l_,b?,among:: the* stop the! ': Phrinaq :;

; upon which:we mu t't ''It'l'"the.Vital, deep-Jytng.,";DDchalgeab1e;,i < bad rise where than Iu'.Alglf.Bnt'l'rest. J.'* '' ''" '.' 1 .. -..."! "

:3e .Bistlnctlem ,between 'the,honest man .who: "acts ,decently-', n.((fairly! ;byr his : means/.restaurant, ant; ... 'urco- XZD'-- .' i..,.. p,'f .

aelghbor..and.with a" quick
knowledge no Internal law sav>..that of his own"', will '.and appente.- .-' -,'-, Aigl. (t.i,Enjoys' "corroborative-- .. .air.," A Drug Store for -Tiie People
;Her Is .another,quotation l from'the:same:speech that needs'to.. be,lit .d!\ I' A tees. W...'-.. ? k

'penned upon the public mind rAbove_ 'aH-we.:, "ihould treat with a peculiarly ,At. all times men knew:, the Dude'p. T. *

eontemptaom abhorrence the man who in a spirit of sheer cynicism debancbics'elQjer In., mont as a plain homely frank tv 7 r That's our motto; and it has been the; means of_adding hundreds '>

'- :our"business, life Or.our' political life. There ere men'who user anlt'ruthlessly'outspoken'_ ,woman aDd list :
of our' sell the
8 -- .. her ." new customers to We only purest .i}
the phrasel'practlcal: politics: afVierely a euphemism for dirty politcs. an J -pockmarked, '

!' .$t f..such,men"who. have bronghXthe. ;word poIlticlaB1! l H..
co nmltte* in Paris, she said to
8?* ,.ire. other_' men 'who_use',then,, oua .phrase'business" ., "Is bustnessa8. ,_* [ an"'exh "Ton. re quite right to kill me.., for I ... We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in'the city:

.('vie and 1 Justiflcation" for every.kind of'mean and crooked work;' IIId theseanan bate!' y in' alL"wAnd a little,later,when

,,: ,make honertimerlcre i hang"Their h'eadg because'of ionic of the things ibe;wi s late at her own execution and .. 2 Doors North.of Pustoffice: ,1

r they; do.. Itk..th jzt Of"-every'honest;r pitrlot.to: ;.rebulte'iBlemphatieslike.the : 'i''I thefbadsman, impatiently' bade her ,'3t4.. ,

'faihlOu. ollUcian who does pot understand that'tbe'onlikID4. ofI" hurry; she nallleri .. E :;'''' W. E.
'vr eu which utica ( : IL Youngs
eta wlth'aafety'toleraw I Is that kind which f ,
,.we; ow as' e' aa polities, and that!we are,as severe in"our."condemnation I '... 1 wi'a."":aetei:: ,. where our pies have been tasted and !:. Jill

:d >. bnsJB ,.'trickery,which succeed! as"of 'the bu.llleaa'trickery 'which I i I'JtlfDt-Why. are 'yon going to op- I tested you will hear them praisedheartty. ,- ."" .
'tafla.t; The : erpIp met Young Doctor-BecauMI There I. a knack about pie
; scoundrel who'fafls
caq'never f.! --
by I u'danger
d GIII the community ,.anyPaafbllltyibe; ; becd i ,the 'mofiry. 'atJeDtWell.thar taking which we .have 'caught perectly -
i as the scoundrelwho
succeeds'and. of air the"men
;. Ul rigbtI dldat know but r. '
yon :
,th i country; worst citizen; those,wfio should'excite la bur minds the wagoing:; to operate oa me, because Scruggs' & Cot '

tamptwwt abhorrence'are the men.who have achieved great wealth. you fit eded the experience.-Judge.. OUR PIES, .

Hay other,form,of auccesu.. /In,any ease a clean and straightforward. mant -. I' 'I '
..... .er_ ": _Her a..rn detest.Ha will bear comparison with even the Steamand
"'" HowoRo, we.hear >'* 0:.;" wnd (during:the spst-I wish ''of home"mad And If Plumbing, ;
the.phra.M.-prtceca; politcs it' ann.' best ; yon area
; yodjj;;* Fro some place wutre I would
tL ;
: t 'honest. politics The only practical;; politics' I.' honest. ,rpollUcs.:!; Th". er I e :' neret fee you again. Wife (calmly fair' judge you will admit ours are I I Gas Fitting

> .notbfng..:- truer' than. that -hOlIest, 7.> the beet po.I'y,".A-Wa maynbe.honest In Btl rr words.- yon wish. I'wm in" even better than "mother's..." But you

-..;..ie': .11I and tnaticisl moral! m4ttera, and' 1et'be.. ,'dflhouetlt.., man The.lack' 'of mental, honesty: beaia, \I. I auppos," wont ,be able to Judge.,, unless yon. :
cela.mor.t.r ; noticeable !a"ih9charctersvor :men:' I give ;'our s.a trial.; ,, .
: t.u' ."
1: ,"" thin'xnclal'dishateatl. The Cibi mar fairly bis, caned the r'
>:r\-- who 1. food
: '
':" ,* ,,,,,fi business" assertitlng that "bnsinees t' I ti 1< f jnnels, there being .. :
-, I. aptto, b :amaywhowhe of over .y.l ioriv SEYBQL r8lb l Avenue DMiarnL'E1a: :
be ,
.L :nrq Ji to'th't :'.:' ., All"ads. antage .wII. : illes of burrowed rock-. :* : L. -- .' <, .
:.I' .. regardle.e of moral : -
;. .. ? ntl' ;
.,1 'M' ', ".. ,equltjrt .
> .. l 'a : .- :
; !.... ," ,."1.:< !' ': ,I. ::-. ,;STREET w --
,,,; ... "' 'f- :' :,.''{,... "" .:'t'" s ...,..;"' "'L .<; ,'P.,-.. '-. ; '. r: ."it. .,' .... .cam
t ,;t. J "'" .. "'iiS, :f# i " .. \ /. h'M "; .i.' t., ,.;!. '1: 'J.ri \.,, ;\.',,
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f'tR ,
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';-" ,J' ... I. .t '.: '11;; "" ...'. ;!\;; ..!'; ". Y.;' M'r' .'", _"'. .. .;'i': "!..- ... t1I, '

'}'Y' :;,,,.:flvA'd, } ,;;. "?+: d.n. .;. a. ',: is M..4 "..". .':,:,;,,;."'A"" '?..,,,,rat 'f'-' ..'....I.. ..' .' ,<.-, ,, \'' ',...'C"'J',,'''''\-''' ',,'\-1',,''.,,,' .>" 7r; ." .r......."'.- ., .TTr, : ... -' ,. .. ,_. _

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: I'His Masters Voice"Is SHUN THE': PILLOW? [' r ___ _

: u. FUt U To| JW*.14 Alwar* B*. t ty..d' 4
|> -T
No longer does: ne'glr| of tjvlar havea
Heard In the Victor pillow to rest t lltlred I bead on. She 1
,. .
now studies .the>;!*thletic side of the .. ; ;
question and atiletics have detertnta-

. ( '''I Talking Machine ed that she shall' Jjif perfectly flat, withno .

pillow to eupPorf her the ead. .
ne.V1etor Is1 so perfect that It is often mistaken for the human vole*.' 1J1e. exponentsi'irf:. !tbe beauty class I .
.claim ,that .the reason that our grand- ,
r t it la.ProT1nc':a!never, failing source of delight to thousanda a. Jlsap- mothers were round shouldered was ...I' I, ..

;::"ointment to none. To all lovers of good music, the Victor is an.lnsplrajUu owing to the fact;!that they showed a : [ ,

>,"-. No matter how much:"entertainment. there is at home, the Victor II decided preferenOidfor: bolsters and pillows I :. ." t

f always; welcome!. You can at all times listen to bands orchestras, songs m": I r' I ;' ". ,"
t! in crowded resorts.' There Consequently those showtog an' in-- : .',
>etc4 that I thousands-of people flock to hear' '1 ..", -t. ,
i jcUnatkm to be straight, lithe of form .
'It; no. limit to the variety of setetlons this [matchless Instrument will recite and beautiful $are have cut aside .1' : I I. i;n.K .-UiSil i '.\ .} : -

.lor 'you.Rcorus In stock. 'VICTOR RECEIVED GRAND THE PRIZE pillows as thejr;:::wonld/ sweets that I. }j. : \," I;:, .
AAT THE' LOu' THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD would tbeutto tissues I "
8T. EXPOSITION cans develop. fatty ;;0- 'j. 't .

'> ,..' 10. .. ,.. t p: ,I',1'' \ I .". ".> ,\- .. .
: ., '
student .-
.f The girl who.Is/a and burns : < <
1.: I ,
.; $ 'jI MIAMI, FLORIDA 12th' STREETInvestigate the. midnight oU| may' disclaim aU 1 'R. . ."I'.' .- :. ; _
t knowledge of bet'Itudy by not baring f I}"Y ,
... ... .
a pillow to rest oa] at night lying perfectly I .'I J ,
,and th'us' the >;-
t' flat ;counteracting I" ,
.W round shoulder. L&!, curre of the neck 1 ','

j 1f haler Agte Is developed that;Js'enviable, while a .e;, "5, > ,
; :
straight back ca4a$ one never to thus 1 j
:' :
.. > :,
her fact, veritable I ,
oae usefnlneMfrln a I ?i _
'" t Ponce de Leon fodntain bas been discovered t 'r
throngbjtbla medium, 'many t .- J'. i; z
:Before r :(
Investing .
lalm. ffj)I :y I'. .. :,
,,': Pillows are.m1htatbJ'. the physical I &m iI.oM *RO& :
m Power culture advocate;, FtoeaoffleslN MaJ\a3
Wind \
.14: signs of air!!." t Tc out the pillow,' I _..... !of ., I.
sLif and> will alwsys be In form. '
_il Hasbeen. adopted'.by' the\beat 'people:of the. country as the yon young. i. \ 1
for'rarintr. water.." Note the people who have '

'i I cheapest them; they power could have. Steam, ga and hot air too if they want. .' LOOK f TO !-' (HE' CLOSETS.'** ; Doubled > Breasted Suits for style9says t<
led if I handle the best]mill made and make a specialty ot thisbasiaas see,ThatAH Ta.sfl. ........ ....... i >" W 'J** " '' "'* ,
? and 'with my pump mechanism that I have just been 'ae_...... >>-t..., lr ? ,

'" I value granted and a life patsnt of on.'windmill I will guarantee outfit Any to double infringements the capacity will, closets nee "airing, 'cleaning and Dame Fashion. Rand ght again as :usual II !

; any" .* ', dusting as mncbfa* or mON than any : '
." !
t.,;;be proaeeated.PERRY '
> '. .' other part of th4fb =more, ('acaus* ,
:areahntrom'the': : .. '
thq ; 4
W\H.' Cocoailitit1; Grove; ,Florida, great purifier and ileodorlaer./'In small :. right here rth suits.. snappy !" -
: apartments l.tJte la the closets :

.. .. '. with'cardboard win be 'geueratlfoundpackedtight I'boxes ( or; newspaper ': I in theirst !I.sh smartnessWt ,, *. I
is .
TTY bundles, for.tbei so lira space for
: storage to a modern flat or bouse that. ; ::4 ; 4- .", I
.'t.{ .. ro1 i t.fl very inch of space I has to b*'ntillied I

; k !o'J :The closet abql4 b* opened and left can't begin: to show ,uDusualJ.o9k'aDd; distinction in, : k*: *>.
wetkj noun
to air every for a few. at1eut..AD
"" : Shop I *: : ., clothing should be,removed 'a rough sketch like this, 'y u will get. a''betteiideafrom; a. +i ,

..jO"; ,' ,,. *. from the books laid hung out'OD' theclothesline ) j: mere 'glance''in : window next time f i
.i(>\ 4. -.. .,p'... : our le you passl' Slip on -
of the
to art :The beat sun .
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Agents for the "New Era',Gag;.Enginesft;' Gasolene. will taU all .er aes out it cloth and '. .. a coat or two" **w uiyo1f'l1.( : see_ how; ..they;fit. ;.and the ;quality, is: :

: :Ahd, kerosene engine repairing';: 'a: SPECIALTY* ,r velvet It, mere garmentsand,. arelfipe..auOUl savpressing.arpcksofs! ; .. sure 'from: then;; make! ;"SG
': ..,, .. I; \, clothing on"die}';'lIJ1e1'Y.".-..,.'.,t21ese, '.should.. smart. for, Fall !here' ; suits nd overcoats. ,.,, 10.00. to, 25.00. : to
Rl General Repair W \ also be removed; .- ,,,- I .. ,
"i.'v .. Every cranny bpd nook should then ;1 "" ..
1 SEYENTR. 'STREET \ washed with btu and the paint ;. ,.h. ., .. ; '$ : : '.+
", :*"'-.<.t j7 ; I 'surface ;with ammonia aDd ; '; (

"TheaoQ ou1d' b scrubbed : \
water. : ] :
/ 'Jl h t.t..t R"RHODES ,
f .. ., .
..' .. ,
f w y -OCr 1, V .- and UM door'leFt i ppen.unta the time 'I' .J'

f s. ,. ..."., I J '' arrives to replace the'contents.1' thlafs i ..,1, l : ; 'i
,f' ,, done early..ottfcleanlng.day It will '
,} 1E/; not add much to!the sum total of workto ?!322,, TWELfTH. StREET: :'t ai5jt
/ : be accomplished.and aU danger of "'.- ,'; ,,!v.; "f :.;/',. ", ; t. .
;r. ,.;: <., .
\ 'r" 'f ,
i? moth and rermlf,nd that disagreeable -- -- t
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yk "rt ",'qy: !fae "musty", odorwWbe. .r-; removed.''* jt fly' -. .' -. ._ ,
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"' _"" '..!., f ,:.Casters"on"slifte'1'' I ) : kitchen, :t1t 'f" rnLfurs : .. .,' .'" ., I:,'" c_ ..: ', ... .. .. ,_ .' '>, ', _
/* > 10'!:. ..
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< will save strength and aid in keeping 'I't "
;'jt '. the kitchen clean.t?**,, t.: .i 4.Tao"pad : f I
: ; theijklie snA shape of ket BUY I II .

..ti'i ;:;: ; tie holden and sued to apiece of tap A0M
.'i '. are.useful for, lifting hot 'dishes. out ot .. ; Mit mi! Busipes Directory t Y
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.. ... 8AIoC a, '. I I' : ;11 an]oven.1'1, *" >ffjjjt'}<(: "' ,'>;*""_ ,\ .
b '
t .UII4)tJ1I..tJ'thto., a; .. .. !:s'"< t-,If a little ammonia' le used every few ,.t.- : .. .
1W'i- { : days on' brass faucets and tabes they \ In theiLand of, .. ,.. .
if;. .;.J. Y I.--- .. ." ,'V will\ibe., kept:bright i land 'sutolng and : Th.aOut ot Town Buyer and those within the ettjr' will find In the
,11. I., .4 &M C1k+.e w_W. '*_.tal.a e I.. tt with much less than If tfower8 and SuhshineIn '
{trouble polished txeloW the "
,... &Mt"M. \-; q. tI'" ,. > p' addresses of Miami Merchants under' Jasq'--
+M ,' ;0.LT GRAND PRIZE. J ,'. ,r ';1fIf; z., .II{ only .10 ft.II' 11 r to": ;rice- :': .- c. .a6 h4' .t.' ''.' e. .r- ;t, classified heads for ready. ; r.f.r.nc*:' "-
:JlI: tIw 11 tM bbreie l1e11 at red.. a tMM : r kmk fi..f'., ., ra .'A saucepan In.-which, oatmeal 0y ,;::e .1" 'b "

':1. If!:,; wMl..ralr.ae'twei... win rWI t"rnrt'( u l.ereM*G.iMM lr ? ....'.. 'I,: anythlng.stlckylhas been cooked maybe Inv i in pro'pertyzthat 'insures a THE'MAGNO -
j:1' .I GROCERY-
.! ;', .2tk.Mtant I"t S, '' very'easily cleaned by putting In a i profitable.!, investment. We have IA CO. BURDINE'4QUARTERMAN. 1 ,/ '1
: :- ; t .. ?' \t't'.Ir cupful of asbes'wben: yon take It .off. profitable orange groves at remarkably rft- -

'r ;;. .pe: ilnwMlere"TMSgrrtDulllast"1sT. 1:6'.:,:...I the Ore and then;: ftll,, with' water.,;\ 'low''' prices. ,./Acre property Dealer In Groceries, Hay sad' Dealers In Dry Goods;'NoM u

1M.. ', ': I.3)A A .tistadorlw of p Yea Q.BsIi suitable for growing vegetable, and Jraln/ 'ADd' -
q : It st.,11.Ii.U.e. you.1MId. is ...: from tainting arefrigerator or any of citrus;fruits)from l2.SOito J $300 Ladies'mrnUainga.. aCor
VeNUe-D,L -. < uulNDORrBLOCKx, its contents is ti Wrap the cash closely per acre,' Business lots from $1500to .- 9t
..'d.J'!' = L. -.t In a 'doth ;wruBg;1 out,'of.cold water $20,000.:?' 'Re.idences.$1000 to : :Ave.-'D a4< 4th St. Miami, Fls. JOO-301 llth SL MUmtllV'

_. This will also prevent it from..1IeCOBt- $l8,000all; :on, GOOD:>TERMS.Renlais .,. ; x y;
h k Ing. "bard" and*f "dry.jj fA,; ;" -. ',-'; '< ; E.L.IFancy 'RADY: "A CO. J.' B. .tCREVEN'

f delBtifhroom .n.v. .iq.n( ;.'*... :- ', : ;. Fiii' ; '**
Qrbiers. Hay.-
Peoples who .k&owlwhat j a"home Is & ;l.V "> Daler'tn Drugs. Pal.at YedJr'
>'' 'i it "'" and.
are not so man?;as imlddte aged men ; j.fSf '\ elnes. .Toflet .ArUdaa,' StadoMqp '

..- ,.\I, _, : .. and women thlofcland they who never : Fresh..JYulUMales'and Vegetable* + aaat2t1'
;_ 4iryj :1.the most'euenballeat bad;ton* 'wW"hardly'b..tpeeteditofaln InsprinanplectionsResident( |: .
Street. Coi Ave D. Miami.''Fhkel 1307 Avenue D.,.% Miami 2+s1..r Yr'
ore'of themodern;houM u .tile .Umnt at Us gradual dis _. .- :
'iiit''r'' appearance. ,That it is'going 'out'ilt : :;: "agent ,
as'itfaaneceaaary,00mfort for'the Georgia
fashion tbeft {iot <
is doubt -
c a ; EvIt'7ur.p1Ie '
_ to any ;home.Bette' ::: :;' of fiats,]every tODmto,'ot *' .Home' Insurance Co..WiIson&uu&IIeston. ; ,;J .LUMMUS YOU GI' PHARMACY' ',

pntJmoneyj4ia:; :perfectiaj a :Dwelling:to |a ;boarding; house:" II I Drop,' Toflet '

(f tbesanitarjaystemthere'by elegiac of the clfc unstanc*.', TIle modern Beck .Dealer In Groceries, ,.Gram. Articles. Perfumeries, 8taJ:

insuring tae health antComfort family slilff, (from oo* tenement 't 1. R," Bay and Fertilisers.Miami..- r. tlonery. etc. Prescrtptlona ; k
anotbet"J 1aptltllOQdl | ; >Suite,'.2;V 6 and 8 I carefully compounded. '
o(, i rar)family:I I'to .
; tbe tran&tt.I"cassuaW.msttog !: No.: 320X '
than ;spending it''torfimfurnishing new aequaiuta }but as CODltaDtll'arD. ;; ; I'!f' :: ,tab 12th EtreetI Fls 1214 AvenueDt Mtaanl.1A:

*.: Agts.:.for the + .':tbe'old,Njid r is!, without:quiet i Twelfth Streets a-'. Miami, ; Florida

.II J and retirement Mind puce,, .TIle older,., ": "\ I I A. j. ICAMPBILL" ;THK. RED ACROSS ,PHARMACY ,
people regret'tts |ebang : thou younger '
: <_ -I t\\< I I. Dealers tn Drugs.Mad etnsee
have no standards by which to 1
measuretBroottys' 'I ,
famous', .Racyck !.... ,ltegle-, II t:""'" .: ", f a"DU.ted'a;DIET .FOR: :: FE .ERS. I Dealer In Dy Goods. Cloth-. Toilet Artlclea .Prescription' ,
; .'., Ing.'Gents' Furnishings. :c refllDTcOm: de4... ,UsU"
UbJ. lb Iareet!KI.
> 'Qefa.,ti4 eetlbe.el. -t, ;, -r..rr.,. ... t. _. $.v., I .,.orders promptly"attandcd: to.
Frequently a. iroman takes a tooth. > .JI '" I 811 Avenue.D. .' Miami Ha. :- d -
T I During the first few days of any run1ot Qth.Bt. Cor. Are Mlamt fH.
brush into her ha id sb*.rarely uses It ,
fever there should 'be no attempt ;
: proper tj.:,' I very.Uttte: 'good to t
'm.J McDONALD It'tddsi "
: ; made to give food, (or;as neither gun;
rub; a,.brush;: scross, tbe,;;tseth. TocIeaut tile nor pancreatic Julen are lecietthe ,

_ Twelfth' Miami. Florida: It must bsrnbbed[ upend down stomach cannot digest food and It :
; Street. ,, '
"" d .. so that the bristles caariot go into the crv putrefies.. )After the saliva and'other Contractors AND Pro ell y Ownei

kea as they: -wben'tb* motion secretions J nsv.; ben restored food .
to scross. :Holdi;th.brush5 firmly and <
should 'that -
wale'N- b* .11..11 to easiest to dlgeeit y
rub It up'aad 4own.
t| going carefully
> Mitt which contains an the food
from the barb teeth that are too often
principles. Is known as th* special diet '
: neglected; to'the front and then backto for fevers of any'earth DUuted milk is I '. If you, don't want to SAVE MONEY

FW.HAHHi/ / ?i ta* other s dE: ; :After brushing rinse easier of digestion, than the pure milk, we can't: help you. If you do corae to.
tn* month withli fragrant wash."This
which curdles
::: almost as soon as it enters I
k will not only N|'strengthening to the : '
.the stomach.:r On part of limewater .
Architect and Builder: gums; but will impart"a pleasant odor to one of milk Is a'pod proportion '
to the breath.' ; :' .. The A. McDonald
; ''1! ? I'41 r '.,, :'. Milk-aDd-mineral i water Is :i. CpVAnd h
also excellent::FIB a glue;half full
a :: ,I now have in'my employ one of the best l "' All** at.nl anal. 'b' of milk and then fill op with the mineral : ;

.mi draftsman in the South, and am'.better' :Alice Stopf or*;.Green.:widow. of the .waters' A little alt Increases'its' .
a > historian John Richard ,.... U herself Your Building Mete "
.' prepared than ever for furnishing-plans ; ti. 9 palaUbillty, Invalids, by the way, prefer Buy lal, ,
,. '.and details tor good buildings, fine cabi-1 i.1' eminent Jtf'.Oiel: sun line, as the more salt, and less sugar In any '
net work, etc.., I'am now,headquarters honors accorded ber .bi KnglThd attest
y : dish., 'If plab: -milk'agrees i with the Long Leaf Yellow\ Pine and: Cypress ;
: She Is *lot lake committee of ) .
%: for turned work scroll.sawing:and all-- a mem patient be,may!be .allowed to haft _
'I;] work usually. done in at :J'lUT'CLUS; ; the London Ub$ ry'; and 'of the boardof tram,one to two quarts In twentyfourLours ,r ft
.i t planicjrmill _, rjt. -, .",. history of laplden nnirenlty.;' a life ,:. Milk and. barley"waters and I of all kind' .

;- t ,., governnr ef Calyx hti *college, one of pcptonlzed milk are an nutritious aadHzesCbttC I / i : /; _

:'fi fetSenelme J+ : jour 'orderfop; doors .and :'wlh- of the, tifl'h board. of* .rniBg.r cottjrUors; Dublintj;**and School one d tired-.t-Yh.)Wbrre taste:of patient milk the'gets flavor YeJ'71' We also sell I Lime, Brick (4( kinds: ).'Cement, Sash Doors w j t

$* tj'fifaimes:. ;; >allmiters_ ,., bracket;, e etc!' of the'Yft, .residents ot tto:African mar bvailedby4adding.with; ; ) tile ..' Moulcungs-and'whatever; else'a builder"requires .

\ sad be.contced ri r .117IiI;:(FLA I. sod horn ty at;.Kens)Ir .;clam County. Is Uatb an Irishwoman., She has, physician's coffee permission.:'a Uttto 'strong :* ("' .l':\:::\: ,at !lowest possible figtire.: .... Q '.

_. or oyster,or'clam. ;;broth.-Cal-
I published..aumerons. historical wcetsd4 ...' ', 1 J"" .You Koorv WeAre '14tfi. Ilfii i..
Kews. Street
cargo .
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-Yacht :Toed: in Port I Western Union Company/''aDd though I t l K
still in his teens can hold. down a"key" '
4: The schoaner..jracht Tocol, formerlyowned' ad '
.\ with the best of 'em. ...> : '(Ace '
a by Capt Belasco. of Fort Mr '" .
". 'era, boat and owner being well known j ', "
i here- came In yesterday from that Buoy Tender Mangrove Here L l ,; \ \

placein command of 'CapC Flank ,1 The government buoy tender Mangrove \ '," .

o bringing icyera Capt. Seymour arrived in port
Green, her new ova er .
families'from Fort Myers to make this morning and moored at the terminal W 1
I A ate
'{their future home in Miami. The Toed -dock.The Mangrove is making ,i' I : :--- ':.

wilt.return, to Fort Myers In a few onej her usual trips over the district -

I flays'and will' refit and overhaul for I inspecting and repairing buoys. 1 30c ,

:. the tourist, season -after which .she
i will return:here for the winter. Judge Heyser, Interviews Governor, iIJ Bed
1"FJ he1 Tandem shape Walletejrtplope at $2.05. 'J'
County Judge A. E. Heyser, who returned .
"(Presents Lively' Ap..pe..nce": Monday fight( from a.Ylsit, to, box stantionery, best .,
From the Avenue'D bridge'looking"Mat JacksonTnie where he interviewed, parchment paper A new and '1 'f'

over the rirer no less than fifty ,Governor Broward in.the' interest. popular numter. .

boats 'of'allidescrlptiQpi, ':can be seen life appointment of Mrs., E.'C.' Dear rtf f .

mad' the'scene js one of nnusual aetirItyr ;'born as Circuit Court Clerk to fill the on Eas.y.'Terms at '
Aiaoo each 25c wrchase
3 :, '.: 'he majority"of these boats are ,I.vacancy caused by the. .death of her ticket gh'ea" w-.1
i'ps J
Bahlttg crafts and their crews_are busy -husband. states that the Governor Wh -? f
getting them"In shape to*go to the very favorably Inclined towards the AND WE, SELL SELL EVERrTHINO-IT CHEAPER
grounds.. -The. others 'are' pleasure appointment and announced that_ Mn i,

4 ,y chts refitting for'the aeal Ol1' .".rms- Dearborn ,would be chosen' were, she t tI
V ii. Chaillc&Soni e'That
tog'and'pleasure purposes. Many,,or found to be legally qualified to fill the '-." I The: "ou Treats )

fh& smacks are now practically ready offlce. f. 1211 Avenue D. .

'to10 to.sea, and today'a, number of II I '. L., '
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of R'lfI... 1
(hem are taking Ice preparatory to the Photos Miami I '
few of these boats'hare is displaying- wt I w .
A Uot.Borne 'Captain Frank Jaudon e the cases were being called aa oUlght ,
already gone Out D''Wui remain"at la J half dozen photographs taken'of:,the 01&,telro woman,'who had been sum : _
tore' ;made satisfactory catches. Orlando.. One 'scene Is the.group' of "JJ;. done fuH{ up my weD last \ 'Countfurniture 'Cob

..', officers" which Is, especially' good; then ni flat." Only 'twi;of the cases ''were ; Dade ,;: ,
'? Changes'In Western Union, Office there are snaps of the encampment en dlsbcsed: of. the! others being' contln- .."" .
,and In ilngje groups; full drew I .
:.Sereral changes In the force of the, masse ueU/1.l
local, w.... .Union'Telegraph"'offlce parade, and a. comic..one.;of "some ,.
Miami: Rifles'hold -
The their
vffl taxe plaee'betWHn now and the ; bOCTMOOoexxoooooocoococonLEGAL
r'; .. Ant cf November.: 'Herbert"R. John own in'the matter of mnitart ,appear'
and excellent drilling ;the I : PAPERS FILED 'f
connected I ance andj ,e
-f' OB, who has been with the -
.Jf: oCioe'for the past year or more;,hasijtransferred'to I boys are taking great pride' In'the .. .' l '
.... ; .JnpRer as man.. portrayed results of their'labor. -,, and ortgagetojjohn red, S. S. Haisten t
= H :patient perseverances., :>' '\ U; Ricker. for $147.60. lot IT. ..... .,: ..
.terjCf-.the once there, and left for -
i' :that t place last night He is succeeded bidet 1';-\V .X.' Sost's addition'Miimi.* -
t h -rue 61... W.,.i'
here by Mr. W.' W. Perry of this city.j'j'J.r Judge Dxlalynski had hands full 'atlrfaction ,of mortgage W. *L I II NEW YORK'&MUNICIPAL .
Just the
r'otfre spoiling
1I'"QJErARRIV baby. remonstrated
Ifr. -W.. F..,Knox; ''wbo came/:here:> at;:this| morning's session'of the M*-; I.Johnston to Sherrod S. Halsten."rVarranty' LS: | the young mother:* ., } f t. FERRY ,LINE :,
'fen nlclnai 1 Jackconvlfle deed Ernest Stypmann to '"'That .L. '.
months ago from Nashville, TennVa Court Mys\:yesterday's. most be a mistake responded '/' x !f
"" assIstant manager of the offltfe, baa Metropolis.-: TheN,were'123 a.j!, Baker for'' f 80"afl of:-block 14 I the new grandfather. "Krerybody else 'New.York,,:October, K..- .The,;,mn-:
'tendered his 'resignation .to ,takecf. uses 011'the docket:the greatest num. st% .- ', ? -itf :1 Southern, C..H. Wllklns, HaHand- ..i. the"baby'. Is spoiling. "me.ChVeajo nldpal line'of ferryboats from,tli'Battery

fect November 1st. and' win. ..resign her',.of prisoners In this tribunal,,at arranty' deed,' Annie C. Duffy and ale; R.:'George Deckel Atlantic City; Trttnne.TheJolUerCheernp.eMDo7.. .' to- Staten. lilana'was'formal4opened .'
hu,band to Mellle Ingraham for $525 IT. E. Phelps Cocoaant Groye. 'I today sad the boats were veil :
'tram the telegraph. b sJae... His successor any one time dining the "Big Judge's 'A pstau.r.I ; ,
-; baa' 'sot yet been appointed administration. Of the cases 'o L the loti..,.6. ,8 and g, : block;iJ.,Johnson' A. .'"Berne patronised' daring 'the: morning'Ia.
'though: he will probably'be a man'sent docket'113 were for alleged'ylolatton WWdeU's'plat, north,',MlAml." San Carla Mn; F. A. Barrett, day roo'll get In on the ground floor.The early part of the att rnooL:, The actual ;

f "dots Roma JacksoBTlUe..' Herbert of,the city:health ordinance la one *t lrraatdeed,Minnie ?l101J1.and Mrs.."F. HV Bryan and,.F. A., Bar- Jonah-It I'do. ru tumble late test of the boats win: ,come dt1h
i the]cellar.-Tom Watson's 1 1ummmuut the rash hour thin '
number rises rett, Fort Landerdale.B'scayne Magsslns. .; eyeaq.on.
mina way
,Johnsontranrferred to Jupiter as ,or another.'In a of hupbandtoTtC. Inwood, for $land. '
'seer;. one at,the"youngest yep etfiofeat the p ia .'were charged with bar, of&tr eeuUinittena, lot l6,."block 1.1! ..... are large;aDd [swin ''and are COG :

kp telegraphers In the employ of the me'open wells on" .their" Prem1ae..1|Lemon. ',City I'; _' ,-'.,.' ,' W. I. Jones, lonlarflle.. mband-Anything>' yon want dowmtovn i -:., eyed a cr-.t, JII'OftDent over' b'
old boats used heretofore. it
today, my dear) Shall I order <<

that: should, convince Wffe-We some more hare ef that plenty self left raising But wish floor I <:", Hae- tOOl| Test For. 25,Yu,.it1 ;I! J1'y3...-

; D 700 would stop at aa intelligence office ,ne'o1d'Oron'ITute"
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rhE adlY'.Parallql' C1\ and order me a self rising servant Urt. Chill Tonic':".. ,You know1 what yen'

; : 3 most Skepticalavlrig l lJ [ -i'w Turk Weekly: t taking ,It" iron and, ." .
i tasteless form. No,core no pay; SO*9

W 'The question of'regular prices'versus The Great: -Sale and' :( :Bank',_values:.., A tomato farmer! after having shipped: I >i

(,the'bulk of his crop will,sell out his last few of odds and ends: U\JS\ i, etc.,- for an 'almost nothing figure Our policy Js to carry I r

no goods:over from' season to season' and' "In our' great saving saJ.y u'will. find prices we fear. you.will never be able. to dupll- Florida ,East ,Coast Railway!!!

sate again for many: month,to,cOTe:. ',- 'f ,{ '. 1 ; _

'I(, .. ." .' '. Lto ,Time: Card Nee 62. I Corrected to Sept 7ry? !1N5'1owtawa

129S'5 for meas,3.50 f'' 4 .
'D'fZf'CO"! Pants 500 .. 'tloetiwewli-amts
T We made.a.blg reputation ;\, .UAI was.' w= ;a
Y L : 4thisline'; and: :customers tell"as that ; .., .. P !SS. set ISAllorta ..T.In. ...'.

Famous the world over for 3.50: and,.4.00: our jpants'are'thebest r Strongfor Ld1r Dallp D.ny De11t \. (;, :.

;- their:; fine wearing; ,wearers' in' ,Dade,County.We: : \< O 5.1.l.oa.eori' Let N S CI Y S4a1a

;a qualities and_ perfect fit; have big:"stock of, these.on hand inmost p w/s -- -- m..sWs. as. 1..
: : UN + l/0 h
,are 6 o SBVing 110 p ..._M.t r lt iii a1isp ew
they cheap at 7' : nearly :
,..,.... Lvl
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and 8 ;doll rs. AH)in 'all'SIzes,: This; price: J Js an"extremely / t .. Alats: I w Sea r '

finevroistedandcassi-' ,lowoneandwr: ; :: guarantee.thtwear Banks I "0I: e I II p p e s N a s plat i.' ..._,._-Jun Ms Y. l 0IS!10 p p ..t pw '

: 1t /!1 ... ..,.., 'ill ,.
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Vneresp 'and .flannels of ne, shldy! ,"" IS -' 0* 6) p
every ; ;
n. w IT
: p II arn. 1' a w
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OurlotPSavin 2:95: ta /Y aI a/ _r.apea..,. ." s !t s a. ,
;saving. ;; rtlce': r.: .. .. : 0. pl 1 ....Itrsow s le p p 45. ,
-;\" 5" -.1.$4..9Q N* li- ", Free 1 0''. Sup 1 see p fei
.* '. at.Vsr//. ; .?.".. ..,, .v I 1 r. Ts'a. seep 111
; p
v. ; C i is p lr'?_,,joc bs ,,.C I. 170 / 14 '
c Y l. N p *r ; If1 p a ie 1 3N

10 sA N a 3N14-w p .Onvg.ages.Cltr a.Clq Jv.rtbe.... 1J ttl0 as p p a l Y ie p > .

v A fevv! Sensational Boys'i i ( Iothing IL'; : -:-'. i Every boy and ''girl"in le la 10 w M p p I s ID la p ar ., _..Tnu..law a aan '. 114p1 l heel 1e a

: Miami 1 Tw ,,...._ snub'N .tea Yo 0o 4
1 these 0 l3PJaLv.... _. ... .. ... rw. ,
"' : ; l: I ; have one of low 'ii OIL. _. .., -1-pi ..at .__..... Lvj'iis s w ,+ .
Values e 11 is .' o -,. yl 1
L and f I pl" ----- 17 I I 111
Largest banks: .Just;the a.' 17 Zs y e la a' led.- '- .s ao p a Is. '-
I tI 11 ii p 4 11 p .. ..... ran e.lbs.. ,.... U is 141 ;
; i thing to ,keep your t) Is re 1 N p" .......Y.IMaro....,. ?:. 11 11 4 1 f l 1hsl
t Best Stock..1 in: Miami fig '' tea in iii ._- %. L..M ,. p,
oe'c 1.17II,1JW.
f | and'ev- ...... ..,._ .
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That Limited. t N
; are 't money : 1 Nsi p .r+r1 tiers." aY s Y'71 N
t 2345 1 71' ... ..... Tlbbals _.... :u rn111 $
0, bank has s& 1 tit W. .., .'
"- !t' ery a secret p Y x.lla w p
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r :$2.9O for3:50; : ;>.tad 4.00 ;. 'at flea t7p-per linen ,
for Sweet Orr.and combination- sal.p e
55c our 1s tHp- ...nn.,,. nd. ,_, IIIs t0see '
'RailrOad Overalls,' worth'"750,.' boys'3suits?: ., -' lock so no one canto en- 1 a tr1.t1 1 M al i7 p p "- ..... w.we.t s Mau, .,b..ea..J.-" ,a 4.t N a:717s Y a: p t

:i.oo. Only, 2"pair1: ,to each : open .. 47 /M .-D..r.,. I_.. tri+; f7. ,_
; ; them but 1t Y 7
: D.tr.y
for"and ; yourr 7 IY far
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$3.9O .
'customer. ,a ; : .ooboys' i 4) I 31 t I tl p ......Port Lauderdal.. .,,_ 1 I.s s 17 p -
.. uitS1 : i "self.. A,, bank free Nl .sI1Y at p 1sIa.-, .. liUs 14
: a s. I.41 e.
;'. ;r = : IHnnaad* e; a I. t H
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p : ".' : :' ; ;, : :: ; III'I I t, with! every pair of c= S.11s u.111p1r.II.7 .. .. 111.yt.., ? .. L. asa sus 1alp.D.Ity ts9p >
55&lor_ t1e.! genuine no. 50 //$4.45': for: 6 oo. : 7..0,0 andRemember : 't, w bOys' or girls shoes
} 'Scrivtn'/Elastic/' l .SeanilDrawl3.0o) boys' suits:: HO1ILeTLtD >;ZTLtQOr.,
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x /: : cost 1.25 l as. as.. yt
*' .y that over
ers, s ld !in all stores for 7c; ,: '

}" f and '|.oo. Only)' twopa, f.to a''savings'' bank : i ,A bank free with 10 w ,. .? at, L. ....., i so

each customer. ,!freewltheveryboys'suit j < that'': 'every boys suit ,lof

;' i .' : IS.bought.". '- :,. clothes also. %ly b Dal, ; JU ? uo'.UJlCJI DV ; ou Nw sae : ;

'4:45: for :Gapps( .'- a w 1011 ti p aa 1..Jsks.ala...; Ar l N s rI w /w'I _
55i ,' f; Any suit; of clothes: i in store M H la t w .a Ar ..... J.osn.vltl._ Li 111 N b $ m
_ ; :' ,for boys' ;kneet- }pants .. I i M p lose M I Yee N .iii.1s .".. _-,wow.-.....terra-.,.,-" '1 1 w 11 N 411j. ...,.
t. ; IY YY-
: w rth sand Sse '" .' 'i'1 ; at: $9.90 l w u 1. 'e" --.noan_ l N u w a w
.;:"- $6' .,., $7-f"$8:00. Shoes. c-,'. ', -I, ,' { ",", ii\ ,,,, '.:'' .t" .I s--tee{

'..J.- :.- !: ; ,<<.. ," ':Alfred BenjaminCo." : .'"t5.00..I .oo.and'20. suit. All j ?111UI4AIW'OC' IDF TAL SIFJISaIF COIC1 TIONS'AT luAl1L 4

f' 'The nest and! ;wearenf:oh"cartel 9Od, forknee, ,pants'worth. must go.;it;\Such'an blfer'has:: never,been heard'bf in Miami r Sdi

'r" ; orJy : boutf 30'pairS at 'I.ooa, d 1.25, I In. the past\and,'will'probably, never be: duplicated in,the tenatlel if Mla.l dal Staellip .f ti.I;ti Q E, S catrl.y M

: : "- future.Vf 11 of theseare "far;less'than' -
t 'this prtce/2b ,ct.- disc: on all $1ZO for bo's.n HAVANA ANDS KEY WEST.m. .
( ; per : pants mfg;; cost;and our loss on these will be'&re $9 90

:, ': (f Edw., Clapp shoes':iji stock;, worthiji.50,t" : 1.25 and.'soo- : ;_ t I! hisayyw !Stock'rriust l I go,-hencethe., ;;;;9.90" < price. ...-rim.,'abl.'saew lb.11 1i ss.alea k.l,.asy bi.eap.rr.d k area..11as4 sess4
.- l Des tlt..r.asl M.tlotL bat tb.k sm.aa or drartm.aa. Ys.s tlaa.d i sotlY.ht..d '
.;f..k Wi$5ta cosp eyIo .Idr pe slblaorYpdNy.aYNaea..pY.xe.arlyYYts.rAna .
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', ,many will A' .R' :'h" ; For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD orOtber, !afarasatlo.
?f' tieenieiit you be "b17re., 01 om." () and closes November .'JDn accdnnt < _

"': '.x"j, ;'..paid iodjbnylnz: by'going; tort''alit'von'will, through, stock; ony. {'\, ; 0 0-, :;.of'Icharced-jto'each low, prices' o at, thtrillbewaatfACtheccmi _:.SEE T11RTICKET' AGENT.." '
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e Born to 'Mr. and Mr*. & ..Davis. ,.a .-'C. H. Wk1o'ot? HeJlandale" : I ORDER.A CASE OFt

-ATSm fine girl.E.E. .' among the illness visitors lathe Metropolis Bureau l N if |, ,HaCURE. THE, IIUT.I .

today.. | !tl| West;Fla.. October %L 'Ii ,.;.

'. IPU PI. of Cocoanut Grove, laIn J .\ 'I wife of Capt. P. Han- Tonic clean within rese whsa ..;.., ,*. ..::'
h -Book the.city today greeting friend- and Two cars it' brick for use In '' returned to the city Better'bar one or the:good 1ldagra .

transacting ,business.1f from a,ATe months' visit .I 4 than a 'dozen of inferior dasmy.< .
ins the grill-AAom and other a4dl '
... Buffalojtew Havana tobacco *.
Royalf clUes.vlsltlng mar alga pete
to the Palm Hotel are B :
.' Mr. and Mrs. George Carver,of Boa unloaded online" grounds today. and Philadelphia. rewa but that tat* aot'prevent M Mag

r:60c: a month. 9 J ton Maw, bare arrived In Miami all JBa .r.. 1 Olivette., which has our customers. theiaeelle. t'j..
are domiciled with Rer. H.'O. P rter. w. In northern waters since -
>|$t.50.for 3 months -' ju The trim [pleasure launch E 1 ftn 'new brain tonic, '
Wednesday from .Phil HAVANA FILLER FOR I CENTS
owned by C4pt Ivar Lowe fa Just '
from the Acme ,
$6.00 for one year The children of the M.. E. church ; takeup the'run, _between ,I .Bott- J;
ways looking and spank
the trim
South; will meet at the cbnrcb Fridayafternoon West and Havana. The ling wprks. Our drinks
Is.now ready Ior pleasure parties. || I The Norma Mantilla make: a tntf.
to rDr. organize a_ Junior. ; Ep-: c.f .. ::f for Tampa- Wednesday' are pure and'- fresh.*. good.'smoke, having the:fan arena.of
worth. : We uiulate e onlyJlnegran- the heat leaf.
Mr. and Mfr F. A..Barrett and .. f
; took 'p aee.;: on the gov In ,
sugar. syrups;
F K., Bryarf;, Fort Lauderdale, .
1 : -.l. W. Albertsoia, of Long Branch ; pf Osceola, I Thursday night ; I I ; ;tf AYES.
; among: the liearby la
I : N. J, arrived tn'UamJ, yesterday and \ neighbors valuable+Instruments and, '. .. i
greeting I Acme Bottling ,
today friends and tr
ty !! ,. -
WeEai baa accepted a'position aa prescription ,jthe tug ,were car : : "
acttng'businbisg t THE ClGARf MAN IioPOS1TE
clerk In the Red Cross Thermacy for ; The watchman at the nag Works"! 4?r
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fjL the winter 1- schont ,) : ;ICapt. iBtiMU. .. .ITMt of Ico Factory' HOTEL BISC&T o I,1
t- 1 r: ,The slack Irene the wharf. at a late hour J.-, : 'H.. i

For Salev- Oliver b'Pewrltei-; o. the.McnTsi4e,fishing' fteet.' fa b l and,reported the mat' ;

:a good many! enthusiastic i tically new.'Can be bad on' 'terms. outon' the ways' of the-Miami, arrested on suspicion'of' (
easy .
;; Last; nighJ from'7OTrto1740; the C.c.; l.I
.friends among hbuse-keep- Typewriter can 1>'e--seen at. Metropolis.. I Works,, andetgoing repairs,' p i I of_ the affair and: : wireless sstat on'011 the idani was'in ( t n- :Carrolla l.
Office.'A: i'Mn tore] .to.going'to the fishing .. to John A. Carey
vets by unusual values of.theC'U comm n with New York. Phila I
iy f< r.: ,t ij d e I .n, who, later'. secured. delphi :and auf AtlMUe Cl17t Themes- _._' : i! ,T :4
." Arnold Green" turtle stew at Marks' and took them to the com ,
"Margaret, Groom whobaa.been' '
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sages sent oft from the stations' mentioned .a"
( Gl ass, Ill"durtBc 'ber: ands Chop'1ouei 110,1tiveUth .t .the station. A bearing
very, two :were xnght here, but. this"station '
''her'motier 'j;. r.zr; -- Capt. Matthews before the TheMolleer's'' ro
months vial f with, ,Mrs. f was unable'to reach the places
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.T3e anxnlty.' :Commll 1011er. Friday, i
schooner '
Is Gary ,
China Arnold st Lexington. Ky expected. I" from whence the message* came.: The
tt arrive.early .next month'a' '" by the Florida''Fish Company.came : and.be was placed nnder station was also spoken'' by'* cruiser Agent( n
for'bis appearance
*:d'* to port'thl4marning| and after Wlest Virginia last night at 8:20." The '" ... .
--( : the_United Statee-coJrt. .' .., '
and. Silver 'The Lsbini'imuekGert.. 'tde is. .an, banllng.wUl engage_in mackeral" until i recently bad warship repo rted that she was anchored A good business- opening for' li. r 4.

I chored In the bare baying arrived here.. tng.torfthat:. >>mpl.Jl1. 1 I .. Sout i Pass-,-;;which} Is-at. i themonth right 'at.la: real bargjte. ,
.' :.which,they. find here and ., recently from Moorehead.1' Ehe'ls en- "seltl;, J,"",..t': .. :; i the government. .!; tug, .but, is of tit river near New Orleans! '.;. _" ',-J'" ,

','carry 'away.-. It-about: route' to JOalinl/where-she\wffl:jolna The schooner> Two Brothersa .the service. Laurel'Capt.i i 'it A. message t t>m tlte'IPhUadetpl1ia'iallO _. \, A. kit!: 60x150'onfU. |;setreeC *BSTAve. '

"do alittleOVerhaul-. fleet of.mackerel 'fishing boata=-St. owned by thi:South Florida'Fish tender caught'rue staton;! ',The ship IX Therw. are tarbeadbigi. ttitalot
'toie s-0 ; ri1 ed' .Mon V- '" '
i came Thursday.from with the T
Augustine.Record.- \l )1ntO'pOrt this toorntng from war communicating Mallory i
+ bar
now to.ve''thetablelook ] she been undergoing '
its best' and 'most ap'petizing :, ;i. west' coast Ipd wilt Joln| the' two;'dan out her star liner Conchi telling :her;i ito keep aookont One.' 20x60,'one J4xSO- 'and-' a tares

Tarnisbedilooms'to; rent228'uthstrut. that compU.fl bt.the fishing... for the tug Lansing and the room' building;' also:'a valnabl* sot'
lOst ( ,
but was not '
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for winter appetite' 6 .l .
thU1 season.. | barge she ha t fa tow.-,St.'Au; ltbteRecord. of machinery engine etc.- 'Prio
foe aW
tieck. ;
l' .I on survey .: e' j tennsi. .
: all 11850 011'eaq
'.. t- '''' ;;' ., ;:' ''';... '". :': ., : Raving engaged the senicis: an I .-The, '"ear.(Spotted; "plantt'; and't' \helnlpeclor.at. |: ... .

:MAYNARD&SONAWOPTICUHS, expert baker wewN.b.'prepared to I that j were 'sent from the Royal' I Two basiocM Iota'Cia avenue TV
; : ., of 'New York arrived $1300 and$1500. .Tbeae are poet,
toralsh the pabUd'wthhomemadebread :
greenhouses Us LtiMr'c '
j t week,nos: 81; -
;pieead takft'Beglnntnc'Mont. 11orr. boat, Wednesday. gNf cENTTj[ O .business invcatmenta.s .. K
'11 Dm s" 1 : tine|for,decorating for. the I -- x
4 -. ',. day,.October .. 18O: ["Moffltfa" ,.<. .DairyDmch ofthe'Presdent'tberex_ ( : fas 'by.J two expert divers '2 fine residence ,vacant,lots os>
:tv '\ ;;:to .engage In the
.Uth; atrec.B. here .this m dng n4.restored. Biecane'aftDae.oppoaite to k. J
3- '. ,,Oa1Htr ''_. .. of Tarpon-Springs" VICTOR, Ta11lw.HUMM* u .y l green V tk OaiU Pharmacy. &ak tor Mr. Ca ra- 'I -
: cqniacted Irene bar bees charter
B. Tatam;a.Miami, .t .
deb OM cord,uckufM for ow.aDOAv..P.NO
NexttoPftslefnce.tt3JEl.f1a.lint. .. .. rie'1adJof! : boat purchased here TOO..want to make,a food
.. ', "" with tke Florida East Caost_ land derpirtmeat .
: : r 0 : da. Lemon'clly few I WHITE i iMriM. FLY. :the.alt: 10 acre home J on County rock road '
will in4 dada '
oa. w
and ,of tie leading, developers leaY8. '
f :give a'dsice .Piss near Larkin Pnce,1 location and
bury:win ,; : on T IMMaad two-year bl of ongf
--' OI1IIlIc bZI T ese 'men ...., .. .. I
of the Magic City was.among '" tmft nit. !! aid ok rcltra tn quality, allricht.I
| October SI fir the benefit of the .. foa ales .Special over to b.y.r. until Oct.2S.cautooe ,
I web known :the .In diving suits and "
the : Florldlans at; v co.plete co.tai.Ier l -"alub" c.I.t.ral.ot..lra. ""
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rAra oDsierda7.ThDe.unJ; n.' ry.u Music by the BIscayne Or. sponge'tnat can be bad ......... Addr.O.W.ec.u.pI'O"pcietor. .
All 'are tordtiUy'Invited..; T. .Ia.
Sell .. .1 ", ,., r .. .-,,, tr.| C C 'C rroI'f,
} : Dogs : I Fla txcaaari' offer for o'd Victor Records ,
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: I Miss' Nellie :lBudP returned last The' : itwork b- I cutter Gresham arrtr" MACHIN to COETituO aiITJi1L.oiavin.] ,.
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., night 'from' Jacksonville,where she dredges in the ,; ;:; ';.Thursday from Charles-- "U.. Caw......fn*. .. r r 214. ;Are.0.. :Utwi'2U. "ad3rJ SL: $..
went Sunday.with a'view to'becoming ship:cans!:'"; Wanted 10 buy faa.b3to10umofls.d..eaby :
: But 'f, can .it' e'you'a: a nurse,.but 'finding" conditions. .nnsatUfactory ..- trouble:In.;securingmen; |wlth::> ',tow.her f.to Baltimore for '(.Improved or aal.pn>,*,: 'W. .Mia4Florida. "":
.' .' I, operate1 Stiem.'' E. Grifaa C.| 141 nth SUNt. < :
.iffi' to This]la' nag
decided to postpone the .; repalrl..r The forward
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: I true'of..the|1 ast Coast dredge I
commencement of study.. : quaia tine duty at Mobile ,

$ cr' both shifts.tTbe trouble Is I M. j ,
f. ." Forty;acres fine tegetable land- kAs soon as coal'and 1 Yarborough
y "'" Work pine and ditched prairie:-: for rent in the 'men Quitting to go. In fishing{ : .be obtained the vessels' .
..}I !ttyOur Quantities to: Bait; ]ait a bargain.'at foi".the seaion. !. port. .f>. Contractor and Builder i .4,

Arch'Creek* depots; This', ;property Chauncey Burk .
b: 11.. BROWNjaaectrical.Coetractoy should be 'seen-to be appreclated.Tbc :Miami Yacht Agency P.O'Box j' / from:; Pensacola bound .
.,. Ave." subscriber win be found on"premlset.. Juyj\ and seU:yachts;. launches rt News, arrived Wednesday' .1 Builder, of the Palm,Beach jotel } y
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Job H.Welsh.; 'tf boats of air cIa.U: yon want : her pumps. behjj! choked. .

.. .3. or"'sen, glvtts a a1L,'M.j R they' can :b cleared she House Moving a. Specialty.

Mrs.: P..B.;Jandon; aid fail Ina. manager M ,?> ; 4- .v .
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returned last'night! from' South 'Car -1" --steamer which has Miami,, Florida, j l lJ JDUNHAI

i: fAT'SEvetftfing .1 lina., Many;:friends"were 'at'' the;;:station For : Baleg ''Densmorej ) ) cattle trade between ,Cuba f ..1"V*

to.greet'them,,and eongratulatiMr. secondhandf.ABaur, 1J'.floor,. o. arrived Friday:.to take
wa Ivan upon hl 'reeo err'from the Palm, .Swimming Pool Casino..; ; after:which she will go I o .1. t i

:; severe'attack of typhoid which he had ,. "L-l:,. business.. ];, THE I CANOVA, ,

f 1 experienced:while.at ,Lone Star., ;' Three horses ,at auction, city.took' a holiday Fri
D irylunjh( ..1' 10:a>;;October 28th, at P.'!B. a the (contest between Mj.a1i? Decoratinq.Company,

q.,", 'y' t Mrs. B..: T.' Lnttreil who'wasbastllysummoned Auction Hottse,1J16 Avenue 0.- Kuo"Wlee'and Geo. G.Brooks p .

.t;; grey mare.. old. sound -F .
to. Hallandale"MonJaj Justice. {'At the city elec hose and S9 .
+ nazi I iAC d dI. lg nlghl writer that' she found her sister lug lor, llgh iannlng' horse!; One' :"was:.. tie Tote .and the I '

J' ? Mrs!,. Leslie.-- and 'another:, sister",JlJa mars, tf yeayi old sound;medium il eDrdeelJed'] to ret a .PaiDtin

the' .buMng.; making, the Carrie 'Leslie,:very''J1.1.c:but;'war 'relieved One sorrenjpony,. four 'years t ; "'the election. '.More .'

to. b4.that. mitten' werenotworsen ..: broken to btfjness. These, more votes were poll Paper.Hanging said'
ailfneatest"" Snip ( .
;, deadest f ( & ,. not]in .gooconditlon| having. primary, than the city elec ,Agency Peat's JVall' Papers. -;
c' ,- .,- driven overland'from R
Tampa the vote war announced .
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: .room the ( ', i.:.td.,-,..,tt Brossler! : conmutaflet;; 1&u4oa.. Auctioneer.u i 1318 j 1 "*- Friday Anight Brooks bad Call or write for Estimates. _. Office"1315 Avemt.A4NOUNCEMENT.
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: 'the:Second"regiment of .State troops, 4 majority.. Aa soon as the
t N( w'l PLACE: I;who,has been attending the :encampment YluMaO-e Hampton ;|e1 t ced 'the calliope whis :

0 'f OR LADIES :,.' ; left today orchis; home' m Key several Meads at the hotel I'' blow and in a few minutes : :
West. He goe by.way of Miami and last; evenln" ||sn Impromptu :city, w shouting, and the .
:' It...-.H, will stop over In that city several Jays program, and i: flinch tlDae.1 for boars.: 1'Miami Conservatory of Music 225 Twelfth S
to Cats procrsmfof.ihe: occasion. ['Also t.
"t Y" with.a safoM vlsUjbls son there.-Lake :Cor '
respondent. ... ere adbstaitlals The noted teacher of
Times-XTnJon, I! and dainties Mrs. Charles Muller and .. singing -
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he-dlnlnji-; room, | Mrs. Rich parents of Mrs
,:'Buttermilk. tretg'dayat5' ; I For:'your:bathroom'"flxtures';; go to i genial hospltslltr, arranging'a are Journeying southward MISS JULIA TALIFEBROTraa

5cra.. gtessf .. W.'J.:Brown fa the new, Prout'BuIld.. tempting 1eDUo' The, guests Red Wing Minn.. ,ln lBeJt: -
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smed : ,I Ing,.earner Avenue D'andl1th, street. Yaf.Irene r to idon.;Miss I Maude' reached Lexington' ;Kyii :; He.eckel.Lwdos.lterla.dwill CoIKf Saahvife.take Traa char.of" (paPa u.of Vocal*.*IKpart.oTa.,.(..miaa Oct.Italy.... ,'i 1'.c-r'...te..

: ,. .. man. and;tJtrsTciover.V; Messrs. i ii&'an.t"m: arrive te Nath etedaatk.a. 1 ofal.ierwin.lka.-oau-:: ; _, lw.eewtiglerltartler5ank: 'a ,aw
,'l8gallhouI" '\} ..,I,I I' .Aex faT yacht."Curlew.'new. ; flvebarse : Gardnerv;-Bert--. Hawkins' i;"Walter': | JOtlL. 'It'wm be several Etederrart.sod.rth.fa- VOIC..t.ltect fr..;' 'N.w.Vtt>.na>*.u tah.ea.o..n a trfa' ....",.. ... .
,, o..B.rnulCyuesathatrake.War.t'i.is ..,
''esnt'D,- 0&.' 3Fattfst h,; tfleninger engine> and good saflswffl I ndyl n f.'I"nnt" leGahei,ta. : .;;bow"er.. before tber ar- a steal of k 4 radcctr I.the Uttl*.. .....,..AIM a.-.O depaetaab Tern.. ...y.m..nkl.capynn l (-t-: ,
.i 3m door-cast lA' ke sold cheap.' : -J.. : "' ... ""! }-<1d': "" >:,{.> : .' ...: ; i:, .: : ,' ',c.
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palm la daltljr arranged to corar this: eo.- Sit; my hand and official suss this :.1 Dont Borrow Trouble .
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ugly corner-or that. or a plctnrs 11' day of October, A. D.. 1905.
i bang at Jut the right angle to draw ;LEGAL- ADVERTISEMENTS I N. P. S1 May Robinson It to a bad habit:to borrow anything 4
F attention away from a wrier stain on but the worst thing :yoa can. possibly '

: the pap<<. -- ------- -"- -, -- - l' Notary Public. bbronr, I* trouble.' mea. stet;, ,1J:.

It la possible to acquire that quality CI ORDINANCE such operations. .1 My, c expires May 12,1908.>> sot e- heavy wear and'worn out br ; '.

: dUBcnlt aa It may seem by njrstemat- g4 1 Without In any particular limiting I of the pains and poisons of dyspepsia- ,
: kally, finding the remedy. Tn back An o tfance to Amend Section 7 of ,any of the objects and powers of the .State New York k

DB.AN I'of a piano for. Instance, If the nly W corporation, it is hereby expretsly declared County of Niagara. .as. biliousness Bright disease and.
r [ ,
: ; r A: w. .BLOOM } : place In the room.where j-en'can put Artlfcle-1, of the OrdInances of theCity'LGr liar disorder, doa't' sir: c'down and!
On t ils
provided that the corporation day personally appeared before -
a A lew T rk J >sleVi R'l.Zt.Iw n It hasn't enough wall space to hide the | lllaml, relating to venue brood over your symptoms, but fly foe'!
TaiiUon shall have to Issue bonds se James T. Brundage. to me
rc r eras,. sat R....... back can]be covered with tapestry or and Ucensos.Section power relief to Electric Bitters., 'Here yogi

,For'&'woman to climb to the top In other banglogB. and a low, wide stool 1. Be It orJalced' by the and other obligations la pay- well known as one of the persons describe will find core and; perman n 'forgetfulness '

+ of an
wonder at,- but when she earns $10,000 :, with cnshkm makes aa attractive Section"';". of Article 1 of the" ordinances by It, or. for any other objectin name o and executed the foregoing troubles and your :

%'year .b. strike a bard blow to the cozy eat out of a very onattracttr of |the City of Miami,:I relating to 1 or about its business; to mortgageor article of Incorporation as,'and for body win not ebur knedyby 'aloal, .t -

universal tnawmllne place the arJcles of of debt ,disease. At all .druggists. to'!
J.alJDoR' assumption revenue'j taxation a>1d ncensee, be pledge any stocks bonds or other Incorporation of the y
of'superiority. Dr. Anna W. There's no pretense called'Into play, 1 I Price SOe. GurutwJ.
obligations, or any property, real, personal Miamiransfer Company, and did acknowledge
nothing amended so as to read as fellows:
but brave ,
*!C Bloomer of New York bas however, a gift of making the
best of the 7. The Council .and mixed which may be 'ac- : that he executed the same 5if:
.f attained thus distinction In the arduous things, .aJ14 effect upon Section City of
profession of j medicine. Probably of every onewho comes In contact'wita said
aH walks of Bfe that of the physician i that sort of spirit is marked In the best meetWg'6'In July; or as soon thereafteras or'.other obligations by It Issued or Incurred presses. are these lines !from J. H. Simmons'' t.

seems most incompatible with *preconceived sort of way. I practicable, ascertain and determine ; to make and perform .contracts It w mess whereof I have hereuntoset of Casey. la." Think what might have

_$ Ideas I J of :feminine fI! tleneq the of any kind and description; mj hand and official seal this "3d resulted .from, 1t.s terrible cough If,
and tore of ease.4 To be at the beck Tk. toot .( ChMSrtac CtotkM.Frery i amount of money to be raised ,
if5 business day of October, A. D. 1905. he had not taken ,the medicine about'which !
t. woman should learn bow to I jbypax for city purposes, and' the and In carrying out Its or 4

change her cJothlnj- Take .off the I' rate tot general purposes shall not for the' purpose of attaining or furthering N. P. 3. Geo. O. Sheppard he wlrtes-i ''I' had"' !a fearful.;;; :\tI

shoes hare been all of its to do and Notary Public. cough that disturbed ,
yon wearing dayand be mdre than ten (10) mills on the any objects any 1 ] my night's ";

pat on'other shoes. The pinch will i icome' llarUSn the real estate and personal .all other acts- and things which are Patt rson & Erwin ,rest.: I tried everything..but nothing'would ;:

la a' different plaee. Takeoff property In the City of Miami now hereafter may be authorized Atto eye for Incorporators. relieve it, (tutU I' took Dr. r
the blouse ,yea bare worn all day and i
bylaw; and to exercise any and all King's New Discovery for consamptlou. -' (,
the collar which baa been round yourthroat The|'plty Council may also levy an '
since other powers.,which a. co-partnership NOTICE. coughs and I cords which .
morning and pot,on a different additional tax cf not exceeding three com-

blouse and a different collar. mills for repairs and Internal 1m- or natural person could do and exercIse pletely cured me.? Instantly relieves' .
You bare no Idea bow a fresh blouse which hereaftermay Notice Is hereby given tha the.an-
proTetnenU, and not exceeding ten ,'and are now or and permanently ({cures'all throes "
rests one and especially a fresh piece be'authorised law.Article nnal neetlng of the stockholders of "
mills fir streets, parks, buildings and by and lung diseases; prevents grip ant.*
of neckgear. Tbe different Ccnsolldaled.
pln.tt ROM on a the Fruit Company will
f let of muscles.' Changing the other Improvements( to ,be Flacon to i 3. The amount cf the capital help paeumonla, At. all. iragglits; guaranteed ,;;; :
be In the directors' room of the
underwear la a'good plan, and best of the credit of .the Commissioners. of stock, shall be Fifty Thousand ; 1Oc- ad, ILOO., Trial "bottle; (
Fort t alias National Bank in the city >d;
all la changing the corsets.' The bones Publl '-Works. 50000.00 Dollars, divided Into Five tree. ,';

will 1'1111. no matter how carefully lOU The pity Council may also levy inch Hundred (500)' shares of the par value of county of Dada. and State
and .J of Mlfml.: the 6th day of November. A Pleasure to AHNo '\i
yi. plan things a MW meet makes additional tax not1' exceeding fire of One Hundred $100.00)) Dollars on '
3 feel aa though beginning election Pill 1s aa pleasant and postureas ,:1
you you vera. Jts for the of directors
: { mfila ;:.. mar be necessary for lighting each, which shall be payable In lawful '
a day Instead of just for the ensuing yeah and for the DeWltt's Ltttijj Early JUaen.1aeM
f lnIIobq'j, tij"city..' "V money of the. United States, of Amer '
One '
Famous Little Pins arc 10'm1Icf an:1II.i
transaction: such other business'as : ,
i 'tf Section ?. All ordinances and partsof ices Fifty (50) per cent of said ; : *

Wrard.a 'Pbsese.The ., ,j ordinances In conflict with the pro- capital stock shall be subscribed and may .properly come berOre the meet effective .that .ehtMrtn,.'elJcate ial- jt'let .

4 following course of, treatment I ing. ,I. 'Tr V.,Moore, Secretary..Two and weak people enjoy,ttelr,cleac-: ".
t be and they are hereby ,pail for In cash before said corporation ;
will work wdhders..' It to said with a vIsio thereof I 'shall transact any business' and I sine effect, while 'sir-jog people say: .

No wrinkled throat and flabby chin If persisted desirable office rooms for rent they are the best }Irnr pile ever told.. '
Passed October 10, A. D.. 1905.v I the.bal 1ee lhall'payabr, la;:cash }
$ pat. A0A.WXLI4: HXXnOEB._. In faithfully: .till In" the 'Metropolis Building. B. B.' W.' H. HoweH.. .Houston,:,Tez-'says; if
: upon call of the board of directors. ?
? F i
chin and throat la hot W. Hahn.
water Uototea
... ,sad can of.an the city or county, tat ,*tfSale. Tor yean I Save used Little Early R*.* r r;'
the finger tip with goof ssU. oeeaa || President of City Council. Article 4. The corporation shall
boars to bear
sleep, atIrregular .ext sets Pfflr,b my_ .:.family. .No. beutT;
.{ 1: to an sorts of,weather hitherto sad, starting wlth'the left-band under Attest M. R. Kellum continue and have full power to ex- *
: .- Oliver typewriter, pray pfll can M used for consttpattoo atek ,.
> bees the part"of a JIWI. 'But the right ear draw K 'brtetk:but firmly p City Clerk. ercise Its corporate franchises, privileges J. "
't the wadd.IDOY. rapidly In.thto new ; from .sr-to chto 'The;take the and tlesJly; new. Can be had.on easy terms.( headache;\ te..; ..th3JIhen tamo u
Approved October 10: A. D: 1905. Immunities for the..term'ofninetynine '
:century, .. Dr Bloomer wen exempOflse. right hand and repeat themoTntentfrom : SeweU.P (99) 'years from and after Type* riter: ,can be. seen at Metropolis j IU pfla.'" 8o..l by 't1'4 -.'Drug : :

.'! la'speaklag'of'her'catting she the left. &<.The pssasure* baa Job Office.r. : ?' !' .. }. :.

: .' uaaad 'amoaat'of:: vitality and eaR the\chin,the. IIaowS4 be firm. ate existence. -

,:..: durance/the1 medical profession to no Ten minutes of this vxeretos should be ': Article 5. The business of the corporation

leis-fut her She mast also not be too followed by a doodle of cold water to Nonce Ei: Of:_ INCORPORATION.V .' shall be conducted by a boardof S E ABtOARW: ]
., which has been added a.title utr>Q- '
1t-, q ,Impressionable, else .the troubles oft Whom! It May Concern: not less than three (3) directors, a
:ether will her gout fluid, tidier. .' totlit:, water,er j .
j-\ : people soon wear away; I '
Notice '
to that the president 'i'
hereby given undersigned. vice-president, secretary '';;'
aUboegh. the other hand, she must tincture of benaoia.: '
1' on Air Line .
RailwaySavannah. j
not be adamant" There to a happy me 'fi' ,Intend. to apply' to Ms Excelleiicy treasurer and general manager and (

.... .dium'though, to not easily found."la : .*..t.te c..,._.....= .; Napoleon P. Steward' Governoraf [such, other ''officers,. agents and em- ,f. ,

: 'a the beginning It to not pleasant Tact to neceasary...for the good'con- ;; the State.of norl.la,' for let- ployes' as may from,time to time be FOR_ '
:rwork.1 One must accustom herself to TeraationalM. The women who men* ,.v
; elected 1
ters patent, on the proposed ,charter appointed the board of
Columbia-Camden ,
r:! aeelnsL.WDp'' that have never before Uons: the; wrong.thing at.the wrong Attached.'Thistd : Southern Pines*; ;

::: 1 been presented to her; she must take time and lira things that were better hereto,;; directors' Any two of'said offices except Raleigh Richmond .Washington ''Baltimore; ;tl
;: .day of October. A. D., 1905. the'office of president In the discretion ,. ,
the bitter with the sweet If a womantoa left unsaid baa no place In polite sod-- '.

""f.. conscientious physician ,she..can ty. She lacks tact' She sUmld study a J. T. Brundage.: I of the board of directors may Philade1phie.'New'York' -

live a tart happy life, for there to an bow to be tactful, hew to be kind hearted J. M- HanlejvS. ,be lI11ed by'one: and the same persons. Two Elegant. Trains Daily.: -. 4

;-s'\f unlimited, chance for doing rood ,to i ; how to avoid hurting ether people's I L.'!' tt rsot1.. The number of the, directors! af:thecorporation Seaboard Express Seappard: Mail;;

'thoseabouther.-'There, are some men feelings and when to stop talking,..The R ( '
shall be lixe.t from time .
$ .who strenuously object to women en- "'good tactful conversationalist ',win .. ,. by-laws .Modern Pulluiao_ Equipment._ ; }
to'time but nnniber
by the the '
-i; tering"tbla; profeu1oD/ for; a, woman know by a ..ord.or a' sign when to Wefthe, undersigned, dp .Hereby. astoclatV .
:!f physician< appreciates' an*encouraging atop.\ She ,will be'observant and willnever ourselves together for the purpose I it If, fixed. at more'than. three" shall 9 Y :

-word from her' men' colleagues accidentally upon .be some multiple of'three.The "
more tread
t even ; f
; to
gf organizing' a body.'corporatenndeCJthe ; perat1n dash t&roajli: sleep $ from! lutnnilh IetiOrlea s. ItJ
than anything else for ft gives ber a the:otherwoman's r.coraa.-Brooklyn tows .name.' of the officers and''di- .. '
\t amount' confidence In herself = ..!i of the State' or- I ,
certain t .of. Eagle._ ,. rectors'who are-to conduct the business "J ':\
-l that abe may ban1 ctedfor the Ida. If'ri.Jol1owtng' ror ull 'in!)rmat6n and sleeper re tier raborii call on'any agent of ,
of the corporation; until those
,..,t -.simple reason that abe knew the eagle .s're W_ tbs GUI..'. ,,''" ._ to the proposed charter Seaboard write'

'! ,' eye of the profession'was bent search- .?Whatever a girl does It,seems .tner- for' !the Intended corporation:' !elected at the first 'election ,shall be "r or

Ingly' aDd sarcastically 'upon ber.t' .":- Stable hat she shoal .be laughed-" Article l.: The name'of the corporation .qualified are: Jams T. Brundage O. IcDONNBLL iII.'LGaL pts.m lac onmlPJa f

.... DetroIt Jfews-Trlbune. and she must learn.to expect,ihls.',A l.ball Transfer Company president;' JM... anley.' vice-presi ,
,..., be, "Miami *
she called "broe- 1
few years ago war a I and ,
"";:":::3 'f' LMk Omt r.. Btofrr. tocklng for her'devotion to learning, | nd Its principal place of bustneujji dent general manager; S. L? Patterson 1 F. C. BOYLSTON.,Jr.. Pass Art.

'4 :.The food and feeding of an Infant are next an':"empty; beaded.'' Lorerdraaaed | Dade county, Florida, 'with IJamelT secretary and treasurer and : .

:l| beyond all doubt the most'Important don".and new she to "a:.creature of PrinciPal' office at ,Miami.JDade'! 'county BAndage, J. M. Hanley and -=-.t"

';'' .queattocs 1I"IdIJcb mothers tare to Iron
:!' .deaX..asysa: writer in, Home Notes. of biceps and UJI,!Ilftll-." Should !board of directors.! '. I .

f.f Ton may be: sure that If your baby In'jdalges she;:torn'her,she en.ria'to. anddomesticity' bnslnels- to 2.,be The transacted, general,Is nature to'estab-t of! I The org rLtatiOD and first 'annual LOW ;RAT'ES. '.
la screaming'fits Its food.to a "mere
P : meeting of the stockholders shall be : -l'
own I :
Ugti ;equip'operate: con '
disagreeing with It To .eat,and tom boaeebol4CUeeD'1 'Map.1 icqulre.
!held on the ,2ZJ day of NovemberA,A: I'
animal Instincts s1ne." ; duct laid. maintain'a"geaeral transfer ,
,,sleep are the primary : : F
D.,r 1905. In the city, of.:Miami.'Dade '
f :which guide and. safeguard,the Infant live nor|, other transportation bnsl- ; :
"M" 'nfv 'to ; 1 rrsti>n...- ,:: | county, Florida. The annual meetings For 'Special l Occasions Via Southern :Railway
; ness.J"U ,
"t. 'I':say: safeguard\'becau a' a"'baby's i The 'dlfflenlty In frying:fish can'bsquickly ,thereafter shall be held on the second

brain to.,about cent overcome If yon me plenty of aTosty.,,sen Jease.or,otherwise to ',; C
'J at .btth. 14 per Monday In January of each and'everyyear
-))u ef Its ,entire body;weight; aa adults perfect booing fat. Dry the fish thouoagbly deal pr to trams In' auromobUes andmotoflvehicles ."' Dininy Cars: Service A La CarteTwo'Treini .

J being only tat the proportion of 1ST per and have sufficient fat for It to of all kinds whether ; .
swim In.Let the fat throw off blue The omcera'and:board of directors "
a '
;: :if"'"; at this pbenomenally brain smoker before using 'Drop in only.MM ,- of the corporation shall be elected at Daily East. Two I:Z Daa1YiWest; :1.,
o 'jbther "
'\\!crowth; to Infaacy a great deal of sleep piece at a time.and cook tin alight power.: the first' .nnua!'m euD ,of the stock- :
brown. Drain.on ,thick been .To ibtty, seH lease: otherwise to Lave' Jacksonville 7:45
*- ,'Ja absolutely neceeaaryladeed a baby paper .or. hoiders''and'at't: :each 'annual meeting ackscnTille 910. a. m.t Leave p. m.4;
{ the fire for a few moments before seer- deal to tramc iii automobn. and 7:55
::): / aaaot aft too math sleep FXrf. thto Ins.- P mo.or'Tehlc1e':? of .the stockholders thereafter; .but I : :5j P. m.' p. u1- -oc.1"fj'
',reaaoa' the rentilation of a be- ., :. ether| supplies, fixtures ?
nursery If from an"election ,
:, any cause shall Dote rretain.
i' 'comes' of, Tltal Impamoce..ao.tliat. a. c R. 'I ".m-: & and t (h11ihlDp' every I nature,. an 1 held.on the- day' of such.annual :$:.25 Atlantic. ,Oa City ale, N. J.daily and Cil'AC DetJ.t Michfgan and.
;t pare atmosphere and all ,conditions Salted milk:as a beanttter Is to' be 1 Kind Iloemr; ,, -iTo meetings the corporation IvOS. Jrtf.vl. return. On sale daily

'which..conduce to I'healthful" -slumber ;weed;externally 'and. to a ,wash.,that &liststjlish, acquire;own, 'equip, shall not I ,limited Oct. 31.. Limit '. 1f'' on that account be dissolved, but '
mom' be assured. makes the! skin fine grained and clear. operate conduct and 'maintain such an Bar Harbor,, Maine, and : .. \:

'i'; Any' excttemeut too tbe. littlebrain It to an 'HngUah remedy,as old as the ;arar i and general motor vehicle repair election shall be called by:the 'cUr c- $6Ji 75 return. On sale daily;. $46 05 Chicago. m;,'and return i.

,sr wtg ao rat;idly should be positively bills and co simple and harmless thatIt lad :- tors as soon as practicable thereafter, >|: limited Oct. 311905. On ale daily Limit Oc -* .
[ : '
4 avoided, sad may be regarded as dan cannot be popular because'there toa supply Jepots orb establlBnaenti due notice of tie, meeting for, that ; tober,3l, 19&. v :
tosalng'a stanch point poInts withinthe'e : f A Saratoga Springs N.:Y .,, '
.,gerous.* J'arClJ'I..1IOII baby.I' 'pene-MGNI'aboat tem1nlDe'uture or, purpose being given according to taw $54. '!' ft
I v and return. On sale daily; ,
; at
that Inclines to aDd 'b
costly riiky ao- ,
l .,.. tiay Article.The highest amount of -1 limited Oct. 31. 1905. $25 25 Hot i Springs Ark., and '
tlfiees. tion desire. '
il1.... .. .rinse ...... .. .. .- Indebtedness which the corporation return. On sale, July 18 ';

I' _'Theee are beauty rules that are high .. ,- .,Desna. ..> ... :, .Toeatabltoh, acquire, own equip' may af any time subject Itself to snail Washington, D. C. and i September --li

-':, .Sr.eoaomended, :, :. ; ,U a::brush such,u pamters me bused operatef conduct and maintiin_ ,a line not be*more than one-half of ..the return. On ole daily. S-19.1imit60daya.utea-' "

Never-wash'your face" In'.''ftrJ.hotY for 'dusting books the, work win of. aotomobnes'or other.'motor vehicles amount of Its theft% fully paid'In capital $3"7itOO,Limited Oct. 31, \905. tion for 90 days.
water..... yon are going to steam It be much mere aatiafartorlly dove thaa beLweei any two or'more points stock. ,4('

': and .creams It. not \water>takes ,Cie .with a cloth ee a feather duster,neither wlthljt the State of' Floridan:
Batnral ells of tbe skin sad makes > ;, .. i Article 7. The names and residence Car reservations and detailed information:cheerfully fama ''
,:1 out ; .of which can dislodge the flat particles ,,-0 ire by purchase, gift lease, Sleeping "

,, ; 1t 1. ,:1 of dust from the comers and crerless.it ., ?xchinge or otherwise and-to 'sell of the Incorporators of the company f upon application. Passenger office, 108,West Bay StreetTelephone ;7 .
::i4, Dont wash your face at an If you I .!: atoo' very'useful for dusting pie- and the. amount capital stock subscribed -
> J C. LUSK DiaL Paa. : JackaonTille
743 Agt, Fin
&r otherwise > ;
want It fat Keep rubbing la oils, but \I: tare frames brlc-a-brac. and moldings.-. lesse" dispose, of.. real, andpersonal for by each are as follows: Ii.'
ds not wash them Water baths ,. :: '- or" either -
'r'!; !t out \ property ; or any James T: Brundage, Niagara falls;
.' wOT take the oils out of the face,woos I 1aGYY..utF Ja'kid,... !Interjit Or estate therein,1 without betas -
,: derfu ly,- Perspire U, yea can: ;? 'This 'It'Is'said, to'-be;ou.RCftt ci,the "doifned to inch' real or personal N.,T.. 50 shares; J. M. Hanley. Miami '

;4' :makes t21e.Ita"'fine ,and 'soft The Frenchwoman's success In'matters of v FU-, CO shares; s. L. Patterson lit- Atlantic Coast Line:a
flesh of tbe cheat Is' soft because: op* i dress that her attire Uj,Individual and property: may be a amt,: I'lL. 50 shares.

,r.': _.;perspires there, and so with the palms even when simple and plain baa generally incidental'!" to the proper carrying, On la witness whereof we. have nsre- j THROUGH SCHEDULE: -" ;;

.of the hand.. They perspire freely and, t touch. : a "line a something that of th.. business' of the' corporation' or unto set our hands and seals this 2d Florida Gedrgia Alabama Virginia, North Carolina- '
'h stay soft,, \The brow ,ls soft and pleases! the eye by lt*!variety: while any part thereof. October *
day of A D. 1905J "
if;; plump but tbe checks'are often boar frees and South Carolina *
not detracting the. gown by,un The\buslnes; or purpose of the corporation "
and tnbv:hard and fun of 'I. .- T. Brundage.seal .j *'
(1--'IoW pores. The-great of Travel bdween
dueprominaa. Highway
Try to sweat the face, .Is ,from time to time. to dp J. M. Hanley seal : : :<< ,

.:t- If you want plump face drink:plenty ,Varnished paint sin be kept loosing anyone or more'of the acts or things & L. Patterson seal and tk East' and \West. North .anrS.outhr :

1r, of water but don't eat greasy foods.: u .brt&t1(u,though freshly don by heretafset forth; ana It' may conduct State, of'Florida ,Florida ;

dressy,foods ,jwlll make the nose red soaking m water some time a bag filled Its bnkness In any part of th's Stateof County of Dade. ss: '

.,:.. :and the face break out Try to.Iet.water II with' fiazseed and- then' using,It .. Florida and may have one office On this day personally appeared before Convenient Service., Elegant hUmiD Equipment Hagnifleent'Dialog CaRoiAeofthe .
w be year mate ber erage-with cream a cloth to clean the.paint -: adore { ...
)r than one office'wlthm said '
:;&;$ u4 chocolate/cocoa: and milk:: These ,; me J.. M.,Hanley and 8. L. Patterson DIXIE FLYER, _

,1. <,1I"IDphuDp out the cheeks like tile r''t :Washing soda cJuoInd.1 I boUmg 3tatef; | to me well known U two orthe' ) i't':!t
Andlln connection]with.the objects Celebrated V _
{ cheeks of Doot let ,
: V a baby. your face water cleanses and dlaluf ecta,drains persons described In and who '
w fan to tor Jack of tenth. There an too hereipbefore;ennmer ted'to establish ) MONTGOMERY, L. AND: N.
; and sinks It should.be used dally fee. subscribed their names to and executed Traps '4

'..... .sBsay good" dentists, the land bedroom 1IteDs ..; ,: end $ Jttdnct and permit'the establlsV I the foregoing articles of Incorporation .
-'1'; ,,"'" eemt|and 'operation| 'say'businesswhickstay ---1 j COXVENIK2TT METHOD O?: TTLLVKMSO
.somas"ab* Bert .! ''hi...., i as and for the artistes of Incorporation "
.makes'.It Dont war:bra let1'l0 tight that be conveniently'carried on, T.anafcl"Campan1. Atlantic Coat tine ODe thousand mile ticket-: good over It,000 miles of nil-- ;
;e' J"De. sift that possible to : they'affect the circulation or ae koee' of t'be! .31lame rod,'embraatn. all portions of the Snuih on sale a:: all principal agencies at F
-.,:'semi sifiiPy,corer ,np deftdendes la a nd.)4e) ,estabUIlIam t.of.which may and did ..ereran'acmowledpto from date of
I that .they rub on the wrist Jottts.; ; rate cif UI eub. Limited SO one year purchase. For fall, com;
?' tars\ one to possess.: Erery now and ,. i >e'cUr<
,,4 the you'tight' upon a woman with ao Biirdwood 'floors and rags .bettor- : iny.6f the objects ot the:corporation. for the"purposes'and therein ex :

'- :'apparent. talents:and yet with a'Ter-, well uses C.BoyIstoniDUt.PasarAg :, TT.D. Stark Traveling Pass.Agent
than carpet sleeping roomsp is as to contribute to, subsidize pressed./ Pran .
)1taJaIe streak of gertus ta. ea.,11"17.- I orttako. ." -- 'ua,vr. Bay Street, Jacksonville, >!' &. r
oderwlse la '
V'.c. :: ;x >r aid part any It ,witness. whtreef..I barVhereuntoe i' I ImenooJTrafflo ltanagnr.' 'IT.J. Craig,fiea'i Passeager Asss '>
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tne furniture : ,
k BABY, HAMMOCKS.. dealer should make Vood the. ;z- .
ri A Look Over 'l'laeF in *]....I..' ... C.-. omission. r '
I bl. Aid._ <. Ik. *.....,.. When purchasing a drwstaj table "Tl e Acme Billiard fParlorsIJO
professionsG.W.M.WILLIAHS. "
# 'fhc that
.., Baby bamnock. ready to bang from get one U high enough from the
convenient posts; or Independently pro- moor;, in the middle to permit yon to get II
r.t i. M /J' TIded with Rapports, are among the ;your knees under when sitting at It; AVENUE-D III
greatest joy tot the narsery. Rome of otherwise you will find yourself a conslderaUe -
RdUFl .. them-tor tb :littlest tots-bar* an at- distance away from the g-lasti. RrC
f ..our ht'hPlfOOttkt ms! .It !rp !I"!p r When baying a couch buy a box
1 for the baby-to tip the hammock':,orer.Thsae couch. U make an eieellent storing BILLIARD AND FIVE POOLTADLES'SOrBING
) for Un\\ "hush- -.I1" have" place for portieres, blank t...efe. BUT SOFT )RINKS SER''EU "'
Attorney ;AtLaw,, neYel'.way a chair nil it In tested as II
ccaatonally may sire you a whole to 1M comfort, awl remember that,* Ciga and Tobacco Acpt in stock: MLm1 FJitith
s< lot of moae;. Th leak that Is of no Office ever Bank'Bay Blscayne I thalr seat which teems slightly high .
t from the floor will I* higher still when t

t lL 1''twrtaace We eeonrft look:ink felt dry when weather. a heavy makes rain Its comes 1mI' -, Geo. M. Robbins vAt J'iEfd ICE ca.texo"-axe La.Gu- ad--Uoiuekvep-.. I: I 1. '

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[ftvAETER LEAKS Attorney and CounselorAt parents. I Corner A'reine B ail 11th. Street. '

Law marry. I ," I _

Will practice U sll Court. SUtr sad Fedml "Ten." I G. A. MULL R,&SONslCiPr t rletara,
"While bewu coder be hid too .
ttovnca fifty
1 lied stop them up. And when we f j -.
with them.It. can raid till Pitt &:', e. much" sense" to.. wed." I t 0 '
'" 1 see
;t toomsday and not a drop of water'wU1 \TTORNEYS AT LAW. ".ow that he'. flrhtJ1n"I! I SAN
.:;:;some throuth your 'root. Hare you VitUyrsodMU sllooorts,SUM sad FMsnl "Welir :, I CARLOSrowan :
'looked'orer yoW roof lately? TieredfthePibneerGorniceCo ; q.eishcWdwtor.aala1asasd.., s.otIIIIa m VVllXn aril RAXXOCK. "He's going to take a wife."-LouisTlllt i
ha bit storm eomlDc'1 1'IGM. high sides, 11 JU an extra piece set 1Jat Courier-Journal. I ,
: 1 .BOx", Miami.. Fla. each end;;there's no chance left forcrawli&g I .
1; outat the ends. They are 4eialdMyetftt2.iOperdvi.vis9
,. T. 8KAQGS. K. >>.. I spCpriplete
t. P. made[ shorts:not much over baby I 8pecIaJ p.rw..ktotb.apreW .
Offles wtth lea cross PUrmMTXesldsae ength-and snore closely. worm than 4I U 10m --: lArrsBAMPUKOOMSItalFhrUs... ,
: 14thoota.r fuss the usual himmock. The frame are heWih'letUes' .. .
.,, .. $1 '' .
'J" '" A.. 0 strong bat npl the kind that can .
314''ATettii D lIP A)0. ,. FIOBIDA. be made at,|home. The hammock I *
-,: nringi wltKtte cords at tfce1'' ends T G
I iA.l. M.JACISOW, n.. drawn through two upright, which on t :
the Inner sides hare books. When the &
omc: hammock 1* be at net the cords are eyers '
s the
.iorxi. BISCAYNX BLOCK,A VK.D fastened to hooka and except for a ,
n/JBIDA. little rocking-of the lower put the
ammockr Is!y nmorable. .-Philadelphia. I Contracting Electricians

I DR. W. B. RUSH. Korth,''American.,. .
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is ,I Offloe KWtth lUte,: .'84.Eesidsnje.SOSSthSk. HOME'14-FURNISHINGS. + 1O9 Ave. D Miami "Florida" r

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MIAMI.TLA. iii' ArtlclM Is Star. _
1 Bolster roIl an be bought which are
t' Doffice hollow. wbert ihe pillows can be stored t
J.H.F. M. during the d4Jr after being aired.', I -' .
I If.the dining'room Is small get:a
and Residencei85! pretty serrlni table with a drawer or
'f. so. I( poseitile, Instead of a cumber-.
1 ye".G.. Op .;ScIIooIbOOse. some eidebtd. '
.f;. Noted ,Cattle ,"" MIAMI,TLORIDADr I Do not bat dlnlnf room chain with
ply ,preadmc clar feet or with backs earring
supply the meat that we supply 4
4 > ;
: oat sidejrays, for when tile time
f to our customers.;The range steers J Nj, :TaylorOffice cornea that !log'.want to i entertain
a,itibkt ire allowed to shift for them manyaroundtbe; table you win find SEE
elves until they; reach the stockY } tt that-'yoa cannot get many chairs
around It fffj. t.-: John Sewell & Bro.Before .
Jtrda and! then r corn_ for.a few DADE PHARMACY.
A round dining table measuring tour '
$day are l jnot'what we-want not Residence.609 Avenue D Miami: feet six to the best In stse for general buying that fan o|winter rait. I'" ,
.. what our cnstomeni want.' nujiosts. Atooad this table eight peo- Their samples'are now on exhibition.
pie can be nicely accommodated,'while
I' iMmc Meats awe C. Maynard, It III"DOt too-large for loar.: Bat only Fancy fabrics in'popular weaves and
fashionable colorings Including extensive -
lib CaD be ;Comfortably' seated at'around Curry's ,Sons
.,?,art what I jwe ,offer. Their,tender GRADUATE. OPTICIAN' table toManruc tour feet to diameter : range of bright and snappy note- ,

"". 1llla. juiciness 'and fine" flaror are. 'With Maynard-* Son.J.w&.rs fey .. I : ties. All work guaranteed. i Y
rbI) appreciated. "14-MD KsitloFiwtOfic* When parihastog a "china.or'glass Key ,WesFloi daHEADOUARTERB
I ;,. .1 cjseet: seeJhit then us Groove in the "j
A. B. Doane i Prop:> -. 0 FOR a
i ; GEO. L. 'McDONALD, /S

". 4 "' "* .pattyJTLA b ; : : '
: 4 : for :

]be 'LeadersJn '. "W. BACIU8' s-' Marble 'etc. and Ice, Steam marine Railways, Machine ShopsFerte,
I. Q.uild'ingSt.on: :

".i tans,gpedfleations aid Details Made ".; MQSAIC!: \ : WORK'FLOORS. All kinds o rewiring, Boiler and Steam Fitting can-oe'done 'attha'
for Buildings of AU Kinds Fine = AND/ TILE
ttGeuts :. ;Bacidenee a Bpeeiarty. .. ahorteat notice, in the beat po ible manner by expert skilled meckaaiq

9i .. Onrtcx, 1315. ATDn D.: BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC.' '

[ WALTER:C. DVUAKMO.. ) P; Moawsicaita, Ge eraJ Ceasetem Work,'etc.: Dade Co. Title In : ;

. *-Lworkb- .*- -<.; ,Ds-xe lW facilities i-' ,I o. .Ttdng._ Prompt 'Btrrlcs.1 suranceJ
A.roJ "te :M1 T
'- -: ahd-Trust CompanyOF
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, Roth Building. .: ', 'MFla.TheChapmaatlous. ., MIAMI. FLORIDA'
Mupklti DeBerry
.Fhe.! .' ,
w C e: ; Paid Up Capital S7 OOO.
+ ... fej :MANUPACTDRERS: }opi v Surplus,.$12tOpO
F.w CHAPMAN.'Prop. .t '' a

st I y hiss Csssts tut sn..vn.,..a the'.comfort BpjeUl*ofs y DeII so...''Ix; 'ROUGH. AND': DRESSEDPIPE : Insures land .prepares abstracts titles;loans and
and H mOn so.tk of Pslst Back.De tIN 'IDv its its for
... money on own account and others. Acta aa
nu bM oasis Caul.mog De ppll I :!: : :: : : .- ." : : '
Tailoring l Ulds*.4 wUter ranteM rf Smtbcn J"Iori4a.., I agent attornej-in-fact trustee assignee executor re-.' ;
: Goof, ...ttq1Liq- ,ssd,Oats batbi.g.Delray..Florida' LUMBER.1 ceiTfr,' or guardian. Addreaa all communications. 'to

; '. A.W.;. :Graham t. :: .-Write for prices., iow ready,to LB orders.1f .** :: S. L..Pdtterson.Sec. and Treas... -" Miami, Florida- '
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i Contractor and BuildeiSatisfaction .MILL SoSMAN., P. PERRINE DADE COUNTY. .FLORIDA 1. .
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>Guaranteed. ,( F'FOR1 FIRST. :
:; Shoein !
,, Let..bare De 7ere wont aid .i..)ooooOII- >. CLASS Nw Horse -{ :
sy. aet.me.s ....1...... Sod postal aM ] SEEfu. gt
Wotley: : will alt and am JOIIo 1'.0.boa e74. i: f

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i '' Estate Rentals .
COX etc I
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t;. : Estates Managed ; .
t. : Avis C.,'near... ,12th' ."st..,.::)1ii" 1J."Fl > Specialist
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-. ,:"Ut,.. ..,oHrd NitIev42ank': '- ExpertTypewriterRepairing; .t t 'or : lOnON&EINI6
"" I '' : If you.arca ''sufferer, with' ,Chronic or B1oodDiseases., .All,

r Female Dseases and Derangements most successfully treated I : ,, .
Awnings C. PRESTON "*f ft .' ..
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Ross's <. : : '
0i / A1so Rectal l and Genito Diseases 'I"
i 304 9th St., P.O. Box 31Emil i I : . ,, .

r Port.38 Are Grove Kichmond -I A. EhmannArchitect: If Uf=Stars ': : ': ,: ,;Metrbpplis Building Re i Engines., IS, j horsepower* .$450 i. ,

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RichmondBoroiura : i ; 3 horsepower : : : 150'

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.' .736 ,FREDIRUTTER..J ( or .'. C. aye 8' &-M. : chase-tlla rDe Y \ I : _:;i"';- ': .., :" !1.1', _:.'Y::, _

8th Street Qtaeral Contractor.: al r' ". : r
Act for Grading.Blastlna.
JI1 mI.J'IaMONEfwlOAN CHAS)& & BARNEY I IDC Eire low '
Wlli Drfltod. Bid walk'' '! ",. 1- ., Complete bicycles at ,prices, tires.. ;
and RoswJtConetrucUon t. I
Accident Bud the Batteries Coils '
,p. Spark Plugs,
New;'Cwf* for Cancer

surface 1." ,. PACKERS TornadoInsurance Switches, Dyn 'mos.. Very best on the market ,a
J AH e&Dcenie'1 knownto Cash Dealers. la ..
be''eurable. 'by Bactle 'j Arnica ,

jIkI Slit: or;;Long 'Time Salve 'Jai.:waiters' ; of'Duffield;Ta, Gr .. r 'd. .
ft ; write:*; T'bids utuer' on my'Up <('1 ,
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,- for' ,that seemed tarorable,'t11JBuekJeu..Ani1 materialIPictini '
t years.-
( Easy Paym is > '' '
: i BONDS '
:a'S&lre,hesleJ itand ".'"' 0 .0 I .' .
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'I; now'It Is:perfectly wUt"OurantecJcorefor cl Wmhons, Lofto &' E

'Mi W;. ;:curt'ao'd.: burni" : r:5c'.aVall; ,East End I .:liml.Elicr Dock OLDEST .AGENCY., IN MIAMI : ., 1l11g. '

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'l 2729 Sept, 12 E. Knschell labor repairs NO:
{ Monthly financial Statement of County 2730/ S>Pt 12 W. .H. Lawrence labor, Na 11 ...
2731 Sept 12 Warren BaA labor. repairs.. No. Fl;.
E Board of Public Instruction. 2732 S pt 12 Mamie Suber. cleanirbunding.,
1 f j 2736 Sept 12 Gfo Kerr labor on U No. 15
2710 !Sept 12 Wilson Barrel, Janitor. No. 14 .. PuzzlePicture
t. State of ,Florida.! County of Dade Miami. October 2, 190S, 2721 Sept 1% 'Eearl Smith, assistant Supt in hi
2725 Sept 12 Hattie Carpenter, cerices on !
'To'Hon E. C. Dearborn Clerk gf Circuit Court: \ 2726 Sfej rt. 12 W. W. Hall sirrices on
!*. |r Sir-In compliance with 'Section 3, Chapter 4332 taws of Flerlda, we !i 2727: Sept 12 H P.., ragg. cervices on \
hereby file'with you the following Itemized financial statement of all school ,I I 270 f4pt. IS Julius! Smith book*. Xo. 12 .. .. t
't&oneys received, appropriations made and warrants issued for the month : 2734 8fpt. 12 J. W. Williamson repalrlnt No. .f.[.
25.) Sept. U 1%. H. Jarqne, No. .. .
ending the 30th day of September. A. D. 1905. >Ij I repairs, IS : :
708 li F. M. ''
Sfpt. Powell transportation of
{ Recapitulation of County Fund 2739 ". 82 W. J.
Balance .Treasury as per last statement ... ... .. .. ... .$02.97jjL '.' 2707 Srp Sept. 12 F, T. Bndge WII-on..f..hrbt, supplier and.i .dray...... 1 1 1 : I :
,Receipts for month as Itemized herein .. ..... ..... .. .... .. .. 12.65 ST12 S;pt. IS J. \V. Watson supplies .. ... . y I :
's*' 'Warrants outstanding this date ..... .. .... ..... ..... .. ... ...... 18. 15.39 | 2"21 Sfft. 12 Uatcb..tM>aCamara Co.. dpopliM Find the Reason for
; 2728 != H Total ....fc.......,;....... ... ... ... .,.. ... .. .... ..., ...18991.01 ; 272S. Sfpt. 12 R. L. Uills. tlUPplH.! No. 9 .... ;.1 This M Smile ofatisfaction
S? Warrants outstanding as per last report ... .... .. ... ......... 16.0IS.69 Total eip nditure. for jcbo..ls.. .:. .. .. .. 1's e?
32 ,Total warrants drawn this month as Itemized herein .......... 2.898.79.. % EXPENSES OF ([
F4 'Cash in hands of Treasurer this date ... ....,.... ..... ............ .5.Z.! 2741 Sept. III R. E. Hall.Salary of Suprlnt
SRI,') St pt. 12 Eli Sims, per diem and miteare. : and Comfort

11' J Total *....... .......... :........... .................. ...$18,991.011 I 2698 Sept.'It E.W: ,W.M..lot Burdtne.Parrtib per .
I 2697 tiept. 12 per diem and .
V-. Other Indebtedness $72000 for Miami lotm R. E. I. K4
2717 Sept. 12 Hall incidental for I.I
| Warrants Salaries of Teachers.: ; 2701 Miami Printing Co. : e4Step
K* %360'Sept.. 1 Lela Dnsenbnry. No. 2 ........ ...... .'.............. $75.Oe : 2T03 8pt.pt.12 12 Miami N.w*. printing, printing adv. exam I
El '23(1.*Sept't Annie L. Berry, No. :3 ............... ....... ....... 5000 2720 8!pt. 12 La alle A Btoneratn, d.. exam tnto our store. You will have no 1
E .23$2 Sept.1 Ada F. Merritt No., 3 "" ..... ... ... .......... 7500 S709 8pt. 12 Don Fob. Co., adv. and : trouble In finding the solution'of this
Ip 23(3" Sept 1 Jesa1e.Vln8On. No.3.........." ..'..+ ......... .... 45.00 .
ti 2364 Sept 1 Laura Beidter. No. 3 ...... .. ..:.. ... ..... ... '4000 m: Total Expenditure. .....,. puzzle. The comfort and satisfactionin
15 2:" Sept 1 Bertha MuUlkln, No. 6 ........ .. ..... .....'. .... 5000p. or ITEMIZED RECEIPTS OF a pair of W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES i
2366 Sept)1 Lena Orrei No 8................. .......... ......... 40.00 County school lest, from tax redemptions .... lies'In their 'faultless style and finish
Sale fit R. E. Hall ......... ...-.... .. a
blnfflet '
? .. .. ........ '
l$ JUT Sept i'Mrs. L.,G. Olmstead No. t .. ... .. .... 40.00 '' sole and
16 23(8 Sept.: 1 Mrs: L. A Freeman No..12 ...... .. .. ......."...... 6000 ;:!y: Total Receipts for Month soft pliable leather, flexible r,
'* nit Sept. 1.Myrtashores: No. 12 .:.... .... .... ............... 4000'jg "' ,.' unusual wearing qualities. Our lineIs
237,0, Sept 1 Myrtle Nelson No. 13....... .. .!..'....... ......... 40.00.J ".''' complete. The prices of these shoes '
An 2371 Sept'1 Bernice Strahan. No 14"......... ..... .... ...... ..' 45.00 ----- :uniform the world over. We
; ., 372 Sept-Sue F. Hunter Na 14..,......... ...........,........ 25.00 are guar-
g, 2373 Sept' 1 LaluVanse. ,No. 1C ,... ..... .. .. .......... .......... 45.00 Ffigb School ] antee a perfect fit In Anything from x
< .2374 Sept 1 Minnie Glazier. No. 18 ................... .. ...... ... 5000 : 1H t tI
,2375 Sept I Margaret Freeman; No. 22 .... ....... ............... 5000
237(. Sept<1'Lillian Farris No. 21 ....... ....'.................. ,50.00''
237T Sept. i Mrs. G. G. Stephens; No. 23 ............ ..t......,.... 45.00 MlsspTaUaferro. vocauinstructor of plays. $2,50 $5.00The ;
f. 2378, Sept I Z W:*, MIckens. No. 1 col. ........,...... .... ...... 60.00 : of Muslchas and it Is to
s 237 Sept Alonra McRae. No. 1 col.: "..J.... ...... ....... .... 40.00 the MiamI Conservator
;.'' 2380 Sit 1 Basle Grant No 1. col, '...:>... .. ..... ............ 40.00 taken !rgre&t. Interest la the school may 4
':' .Im' Sept 1 Birdie Davis Na 1. cot......i.. "... ....... .. ...... 40.00 ,I to form school tions.
'? 2332 Sept 1 V.:.E. Hicks,'Na, t col ........ .............. ...... 40.00' proposes a The ? s Y
.- 23U Sept' 1 J. W.:8:, Bethune, Na 2. col ........ ......... .... 50.00 ,: glee cfib. She was present at the
$ 2384 Sept Lotta H Stephens. No. 2 col .l.u... ............... 4000 j j morning 1.x yesterday and Is Miami Shoe Co
2385 Sept 1 Bla. B. Stephens.. No. 2 col ........ ,........ ...... 40.00 ]1 Subject ,
,I 2XW Sept 1 Nona L. Jackson. Na 2 col ........ ...."....... .... (0.00 very enthusiastic, over the work..She Is not .
2387 Sept I ElL Wade.; Na 4 col .......................... 40.Ou I j remained at school 'all the forenoon ,
i.. 2388 Sept.1 F.A.Hamilton. No S col....................:....... 40.00 I'I will'be I ,Sole ,AgentsDade ::1
238* Sept. 1 Asa Richard. Jr..,No. ( col ...".........j............ 40.00 testingthe.", voices of every pupiL.. She ject is |
L 23M Sept 1 Mamie F. ,Brooks. Na 7.: col .......:. ..........'... ,35.00 was veJTj much encouraged by lading
f 239t Sept i'N.,8.' Powers Na. 8 col' ...4......... .............. 40.00 many stood voices. Miss. Tallaferro thought
< 2312 Sept 1 Bertha Ely, No." > col. ............................ 35.00 will lute a period from'11 to,11:40 Alice .. .. '

V 23)3 Sept U Jessie"' Cason.1" No.: 26. ..........................:.... 20.04 o'clockf,once a week, in which the will uphold i '
-I me Sept 13 C, R.. Ross,No 19 ...,........ ........ '....<..... 40.UO tlii a Selma I II.
1 23$S Sept 12 LUzle'' Tul'lleNo.. 24 ..-............. ............. 40.00 teach note. and establish proper and '
A-f, 23)8 Sept., IS Florence Stephens. Na,14. .......... ....... ........ 40.00 foun.tat a. There will also be quitea I. Pharrriacy
4' 22>7 Sept 11 Willie King. ,Na: 25 ...,.,,. ..........., .:......: <000r number.., of songs, prepare and when negative ,
? 2CM Sept 9 W. B. Spiers sidewalks for Miami lot. No 15...;.'.: 120.00 the occasion I. demands It the glee club Every I j- 809 Avenue D t
>/ 2T18 Sept 12 C.' J.Rose, stone erbln Na 15 .....:..r ....-_..... 66.48 riri ? "
will al, be ready to do Its snare. but c
2737 Sept'16 W_B. Spiers sidewalks! for Miami lot No'15 ........ 3500. school a new candidate for your patronage it is just that we
i, 27S Sept 26 W. B.* Spiers sidewalk for Miami rot No. IS ...... 35.00, Most every pupil has'joined the club our claims. Our stock i. new and the purest and best a
KJ -JO Sept 12 J. W. Hull, new building at Everglade. Na 9 ........ 71.79 and MJasTallaferro gave her first brary. money can bit/ Oar service will be equal to,the best'
&t S7M Sept:-12 R. S. Wilson (Plans and specifications, Miami. No. 15 700 lesson oday. 18 -
< ? 2715 Sept:IS J. A. McDonald Ca supplies or Everglade. NO.:$ :.;.. 12S.21 The I Senlors much elated. good en : We live in the building and will take pleasure in t
2713 Sept'13 Bnllders'Snpply Co. new building at Delray. No 4 col 156.12 very supplying your demands at all hours day or night
2714 Sept East Coast Lumber aver thS arrival of four'of Shakes- !
and Supply Co..' repairs No. 7 .. 1.SOme
.>p y Sept'UF.W: : Hahn, repair o bulfdlng at Cocoanut Grove.... 7.S5 peare'gt[:>iays. "Hamlet": "As Poo Like 1''rites Reasonable." '' '809,' Avenue D
.2722 Sept 12 S. M.. Alsabrook, repair'of building at Danla, Na 6 700 It" "Julius Ceasar.' and "Twelfth' [
g \271!< Bept.12 H. ft: W. B. ,Drew Eo.*blackboards, various schools 42.77 NlghfVThese will constitute part of ---
oi 2733 Sept,12 M., E. Grnber. furniture.| No 11 .................... 41.60 their Stairs for the term., The seniors I -- >
5.t 2702 Sept 12 T. C.' Gilreath.! cleaning :up house. No. 1 cot 1.......... 3.85 think .. I.t .
Uw 2705 Sept 12 1'. E. C.\Hotel Co;'water, Na 15 .....;............. 550 It will be great fun to give .
jr .. 'JT00 Sept H g- C. Dearborn. recording deed No.'7 cot ............ 2.05 selections from parts of several of the I "t. .
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: 't" ; eo one would po to a blacksmith shop to have a tooth pulled

'Ii'I by the same token it U beat to tical with people.who have
1' r New practical knowledge of the business they follow. ,ROSS& '
co' I'.. ,,' ways rown are practical shoe'men ot experience and win keep a,
ne of shoe that are strictly all right. FOR THE PEOPLE
: ; "
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yr ".\ 1. dressed, '

.. ? '" 1 .I ,lere in d BROtyNThe ,

ance,, : ) Practical Shoe Men
: how to ,,1007 Ave.D;|
I has. YI *!

Hatsjhat: are pts A .. r---- ., *HI l

<. b'ance cashmere inlet with'panels of Double wfligs effects are now ue.1'oa j

which jembiolder). of, the .salt fabric. the under brims, of'the.hats. which. '

"II have for are worn with waistcoats show the very narrow front brim .
!.1 which handsome or ecru lace, folded order to lengthen (he,side line. The
and,,' '': the with a chem the shows twig .
aR : : over bust novelty winged, season
They are .John B, ception : i nd stock of'real, Valenciennes loops which resemble ,the* swaa's ,'
a Sttson'rtS.: attached neck but these are;known ,as the r 1

; the modlsttes are becoming more pretzel wing. 'n.a'ae&1IOQ'. ,development E

... BIg a eol to:the long coat,They have of the wing, especially suits tie ;,l
;\' .; line: of the above hats justP be that It"must' undergo certain very narrow'with" along slim. Up 'aad

.. lug in if it Is to he smiled upon by with a very short and rounded mooac.'

.t ,} received at SewellBrothers. black s e. As a resuUxnew designs Velvet flowers' and foliage are to b*
.a The. shoulder trimmings of a feature of the new fall and wintermllllnery.
evening rda extended rest effects of American' i beauty-, ,rosesmale
We have all l the latest styles I Itip the loth and new revers and, cuffs entirely of velvet with'stems and' i

4.. 1s which take away the pleblan leaves of a rich sbade of greea velvet,
shade t of the season" and make them I will be popular. '
and?colors. should I
r Everyman known ; 1egant An example,I, given ; ,Rich cream velvet very simply made \
W 7 ssa.wa, : t K& this or of green novelty tweed Is. Vsnggettlon" taa. will le'adoptedby

be very particular ,about, ,his: in the same green color silk many auhima {!bride fpr fashion i,
an all .. skirt is almost concealed lonable wedding gowns. >

cult to glove fitting coat Above I Reds in various shades will be very t,.

.hat: ,1its a. Stetson, your ap-. produces.The there are napited tucks. : conspicuous. The|orchid staJes wU11! ;;

,. on with the narrow soutache : be much.affected for evening wear.and. m

'; pearance is all,' o.kff You'll posely ) the deeper. shades merging! Into pi ,'1 '
pass, when 1 blnatlon vest and tacln 'W"I will be seen on the street while bin :

merges es the front of the coat being of all shades will jbe, e..i.;uj popular. i
.ao. n.. 4 and cloth put on '\ywlth a Many of the w fur coats v.'J, exenv ;".
..r- '. '"....... size. i the braid used on the skirt ] pllfy the fad of the() short sleeve,'heary '*
W'J' sort : ; of green moire are bound: aid gloves to the elbow will be worm- .iJ
.. their braid end a hat of green 1 and will make up J for the absence of" ;
r.i served plume-trimmed completes the I sleeves ', ;

Sewell I. iros than a I I Kid gloves 'of[a![ brilliant.'brick red, a'

material' and velvet are associated in are striking and ;[win be .worn- ,Terr
Hood at of every chic cos much this fall I,
W good : are also silk velvet and con Kilting promlsei to enjoy J popular- il
garet vet. Dark blue broadcloth Ity. ." I' i
"a-I". .I Sole Agents for):Miami I Fla.P. them cess' are more elegant than can Little boleros .edged I with f tor. are' >

i ? rlbed in mere mords. A stun shown for street wer. f
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I -' their model is made with a Tea gloves are. new.I They are the
I circular In cut mol.ng the shade of that fragrant lower s+
ring below and showing a sera!. There are ,great [FUff. to match'0. !
S.: Any cne else carrying any Stetson Hats, has, got to get| hem second handed': the I cost U tight fitting with eoque boas._ j '

:%- Be careful; :thafyou are net given an ,Imitation 'if.you are ShO iii Stetson goods_ French besqens and revers of Collar and,' cnSs of cohfrtd lines, <<

by; ether than Stetson agents who buy direct: from Stetson's factory. trilliant ; type If buttons down touch op the seasonable" suit of white;
: .t with buttons- clothy set mocalr.' i' '
are now ld rime,being cst; Jbw enough The three-quarter coat is one ofthe* g

",",'Ii Tailors the tun; of a sflk 'waistcoat of most.favcred for. general use.. i
'" I, in i+- rose embrcMered In gold. A A loose outing 'oat of tweed Is.a

'.. ,,,,. '''.. of terra : '! 1 m shows above the Test necessity for a 'young girl,-who runs '
match. i Ing hat Is still In fashion. Gay about much this fatt. i '
-"' '" ta. ; { sings for the only trimming 1 Wear a Jewelledj bracelet:or:two oa "

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; 1 OF CONFEDERACY MEET With the Prop Viand Necessary, Furniture and Fittings at Once, Erwin Opened. for State; and Made a Masterly Effort-George
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\ 1 Macon Ga. October 25-The Georgia one .doubts (he wisdom and ne- I the arraying of the room and) instead I +---- ''I f,1.1.r.

lI I : ,of, havint a raised platform' in connection I rtix. a;.
state division of j,the United Daughters ceeslty dt the m..ndaUons made Metropolis '

111! THE LINES AREAT of the Confederacy: opened Us by the last g- ji' y that the several with tbt.or. the(judge, he Is All announced the, I ye sterday Counsel Worley was parUcnlattj' ,' P.

II annual meeting in I he Weslyan Me- circuit t" farced to occupy a placeon, ? the main afternoon rte Conklln ekmbAzklement : demonstrative against the wltnossos' )
oMces ef the court be suppliedand I :
STANDSTILL mortal Chapel tilt! morning Yo lth a floor and use & desk that has seen case whl h has been.OI1 trial! for the State and earnest la his des '
A equipped wltlf suitable furniture i i ration of the Innocence [
of the
much better days. defvfendant.
large attendance and under the most I'n, the Circuit Court for the past two "
II IIt favorable ausplcles] Mr.' Walter Harris matt tags and other fixtures an Inspection The roof 'of the building leaks in weeks has I .I He attacked the;records,et;
cone 14 argument I II
welcomed the delegates on behalfof of thee: conJltlon of these several places and the walls are stained I I the electric" light company's once aa&-.

t,) J.tl .the SOUl of Veterans, wbile Mrs offices will hastily"'phange their optnlon. .- from the "draping of water and thebeating I Argument was Qpened yesterday atternoon compared 'figures, brought .out. at' tIae

40;: tT., ;' PETERSBURG WILL BE Walter D. Lamar velcomed the delegates ip t of' weather. All In all thefurnishings b1 State Attorney Jonet trial against those from the I geneisiauditor's

I SHUT. OUT'FROM THE OUTSIDE on behalf of the local chapter of The state attotn y'a room for Instance and'the general conditionof reading the Indi meut. after which oMce./At. U o'clockMr.Wce4' 1 ,

WORLD BYJTOMORROW MOSJCOW the U. D. C. Appropriate' responces is sOPPIlJ-,with one old table the.entire second floor of the bull Cot W. W. Erwin began for the I State ley still baa the floor, and began la""

FOOD AND WATjkfl were made and sore routine business formerly used la>the clerk's office, !ing used for court purPoses Is about and occupied all f, the afternoon! a conclusion at the reconvening|of COUJt' I _
FACING, as1! tcecese being take at 6 o'clOCkl) at 2 o'clock this afternoon. .n
transactetd during the rest of the and one smalorj table. covered inferior and common as It would until ,

{ .FAMINE.. morning cession.In I I with green cloth |nd apparently usedat I be 'possible to have It. 9 I'' o'clock this morning, ,when he, con. He will be followed byx State Attorney }d

j. j jIS j the afternoon another session will some time for laming purposes and I ,The exterior appearance of the courthouse cluded. Cot Erwin was particularly Jones after which the 'udge: wUt
'I, 'J I be held. Tonight a. reception will\ M two or three old fcbairs. The floor is I is all that one could desire and severe, In his arraignment, of the, defendant I deliver his charge and the 'case go t:-

!*: t tendered to the'delegates at the Vol bare and not even stained or painted would do credit .to any county.or city and made] a forcible address. 1. the jury. No time limit 2as vneem..

: j, Petersburg. Oct. ::s.-' More unteer' Armory byl| the ',Veterans and This is the condition of the office. In!' the country but what it gains in He was followed; by George A.|,Wor I placed.on the argument and'on' that'.

half' of European Russia Ia In the Sons of Veterans which promises to The, Judge's chamber Is in practically this way Is offset and destroyed bj I ley:, counsel for defendant and the fact account It Is probable that' the'beet,

'.,7'i *of the i striking\ railroad men. endratrlhejconttnnes be the most important function during a like .condition"'i. and entirely too the Inferior furnishings and workmanship that he was to speak tna morning part of the afternoon win be consumed. < \

the convention '! crude' and common compared to the '< which can be classed as a disgrace attracted a large trowa to the { otlrtt'oom by Mr. Worley. which may force then '
to spread rapidlyalcdirecQonL
Tomorrow there! will be business furnishings usually,given such Im'por. to the county. '**"- among the {spectators being i i a closing address to be continued ratB \ 1(

I sessions in the morning and afternooa I tant tribunals' of[justice. All of the The grand Jury recommended! that nunumber of ladles. !I : tomorrow. e

l-The roads in the Volga region are and Jn the evening a reception to tie-other 'rooms. petlt 'Jury, etc., are'furnlahed the court room and offices tributary .

.r A tsndit t9 and today a general delegateswill be held at:the reslJe'lceof'Mra. i' IB keeping i| with that of the thereto be furnished in a suitable, and fROM CHICAGO NEW ORLEANS' ,

.i was proclaimed on the two relines Waiter D. Lamar. The eol1- states attorney without any conveniences comfortable manner, and from 'com j K I ; -

out of ILL Petersburg : veatlon will close on Friday night or comfort||| ments' made and heard thereon the i 1 I, i' '

Wore l[tomorrow the Capital Is : with a visit to the fair Among the In the court ro tn the Judges ros- county commissioners would act wisely C.!*"M. Hutson and JFamily are Travel I1 IS JUBILANTOVER

i ..-.i f ,I tum Is a crude affair, without either [and in accordance with popular favor 1 ing in an 'Automobile.H \ < ...
tea to:be.ahut out from the out, 'carpet or mattlnghtnd 1 i iMr. 1 ,
: furnished with by complying with the recoin -

old by ,way of the continent Mrs Bishop Weed of FI<<>rJL I'a common wooden-table as a desk. No mend atlons of the Jury at the earliest and Mrs. O. I!pi.' Huston and.1'j son, ::. .1.:.'

'1{Involves 'the suspension of alT I provision was masts for the clerk in possible moment. p H. Huston warp "among the prominent .1 t'

tar commnnlcattens.i : DAN IA DOTS., I I IONA'Jfr I -- --.- arrivals at ttiej 4 Windsor >' ster THE COMING THERE! TOW. .

4 i League of Leagues has come to I NA. U. PR ESIDENT-ROOSEVEiT day from Chicago, says the nD1e 'Un- MORROW OF,THE! PRESIDENT+ ,

:.support(of the railroad, meg and Matters of Interest) Transpiring at J.r.-,.. IN ANNUAL SESSION "i i i, MAY START EXTENSION | :on. H! I WEATHER PREDICTED.EXECUTIVE d:
d! them favoring a general strike n. This FlouriihingI': Town l'I I I I Mr. Huston and family came From .

tessional telegraph "operaton3oUtog : .r I Los Au{'I *-. Qfl. o n'jer :3.fi .- Chamber of Commerce ,,wired Dr.l,rhirleston: via th 01}'de line bringing +I IN LITTLE ROCK':"
In :the movement and the R. R. Roper; of this place, returned I Delegates and workers of the W. C. T.'I Po-t \r at Pensaco'a also the United with them thulr. handsome .:our- TODAY.

atlon is critical and pregnant withoesibi1IUes. home a short while I ago;!. after spending Ill.I from all parts. blithe; Unite hi a-eg SIB teg :Marine Hospital authorities in I log, car. From Chicago) to Charleston r
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Moscow Is facing. a : and enjoying the; summer up the h'ertMo t+4A, I I j their trip was made overland ioj I the -
are assembled attend the national .at New Orleans as to the pos- I ,
I and water famine. S.afe. : ',car. but on account of the bad roads Y

-'t',: .. t Mrs. Pinch returned\ from Wisconsinlast meeting 'i'e.;j ( Woman:'1 slb llty of ''President Roosevelt paying I I from Charleston te, Jacksonville 'whey Memphis, Oct. 25 The special

ELEBRATING THE Friday morning accompanied by Christian Temper nee Onion which out' city a visit about next Friday, (I decided to make tie trip by wat r. train bearing President Roosevelt and ,' r

.j{ TOWN'S- REJUVENATION her friends,. Mr. and Mrs!; Bodah? whow will open here on ,Frlday evening. says the Key West Advertiser., II I Mr. Huston. Jthj his handsome tour- i party arrived here at 4:23 o'clock I, I .

".f," 'f.. .. Cl make this :their, home, for a while. As an introduction l to the convention Satisfactory answers were received ing<'car, was on the streets yesterday, morning and departed without .
six Like 'Marion. Ky.. Has Risen Qu'tea number of persons spent proper, the first board;.. meetluk was I land!I tha machine ittracteii much at- I: ping for Little Rock. *'

'r: From the Ashes: Sunday afternoon at the beach Everything held this .morning and the Executive ,by,I!the local health .authorities; to. this I tention. i ..I I .

t E. < went on Very'nlceIT except that i Committee will hold a meeting this city and a. wireless message was sent 1 I I I ,It has a speed of about sixty-dye THE PRESIDENT ,

Kyj: Oct. 25. The won- the expect-to-.be mayor of this place evening. The number of.delegated is, to:Admiral Brownson of the battleship j I miles an hour, an Is driven by a 1 15- AT L ROCK ''

1'resurrection'of'this townwhlchmodern dropped one of ouf prominent young unusually large addlt." Is believed "that West Virginia extending greetings of horsepower engininiers Wickerwork |pan ,,

,Ph.oenlx roIIe. rejuven- ladles while carrying her through the the coming convention wilt be the ooi| citizens Inviting the President to are strapped to the sides of the

.l:":frcnn the'ashes and mlns bf thewhachdeetioyed mud though she did not] spill or cry. largest ever held (this: country.: AU visit our city while enraute'north. A car and all neces ary supplies for along ..' Little Rock Oct fPteeideal I, I ;
\ Roosevelt and parhr reached Arganta
nearly' the whole :An oyster supper/was' given by the .States and territories are 'represented I wile was also sent to Mr.;, Henry M. I trip about the i country are I carried ''at e.
suburb schedule time and
.i about a year agot; S the occasion Ladies' Improvement Society. Saturday At the ';opening !I!meeting of the Flagler suggesting that the:Presidentbe In these bags ge holders. I ,
o'clock the trad pulled out tor KCRock. tt
grand elebraUoa hi the citizens: at. the,Connell home. convention of Friday evening the delegates -I Invited to open in this city the work ,Mr. Huston will remain in Jacksonville .

tltartcm. today.day.U. '\ ...r.. and Mrs. Bodah." ,of Wlsconln.wiH will be welcomed by the mayor on|the new railroad. A favorable reply I until this a ''ternoon. when I he .*here the president alightd.aa4
1.1' < was escorted to Itort Logan where be ... ;d
r generally observed as a :occupy the Llppencott house on and I18ver.... prominent local members was. received from Mr. (JFlagler, win leave on the Clyde river steamerCity >. e
reviewed tne and inspected thei
47 and all, business, not I absoluteBeeessary. Wisconsin avenue ':and {jslxth street fcl. thanking, us for the suggestion and I of Jacksonviembarked le for EDt r rlle.. troops
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> teats; -AH tonbUc. and mob Oa Saturday afternoon there wffl be that he would wire, the President. Aregneat At that place the achlne will bP Jit-. ,
I I I The President reached Little Roekr> ,
.prI..t..buildings are!decorated :B. F. Reams Is expecting a new fAit addresses by Mrs.id, L. R. Hosklas. from this city through"Admiral and Mr.. Huston and'family' ; .'"
at noon and was tendered sv
I the.ebeete are thronged,with peoLr"There sixer which he will put I In use as 'soon Dr. Mary FowleF, }| !Thompson, and' Brownson requesting the PresIdent I''will ,continue theitrip J over'an'd: to proper ;
I reception. Afterwards he taddressel .:
sac a parade this morning u i possible. r others. Saturday evening a' diamond to Inaugurate here this the Rockledge. where he intends spend- C'
I an immense crowd In the city park. .
fa the afternoon there"Will be a Messrs. Cox Bailey of Heleana&a. medal oratorlal contest will take place greatest railroad work ever attempt- j I inc the winter fat *

C and :"a general Jpulflcation arrived Monday morning with'Inten- Miss Bllabeth wLt| Greenwood will ed.) The following reply was recelv-1 From Rockledge: to Miami Mr. ,Hus The party wHl leave for where Memphis,t.-
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speech making. singing and other tions of making this there future home preach the convention sermon on Sun- ed "Tour message for the President I'ton will find an excellent hard road ;
party will separate Secretary Loer
ta.. J. P. DUlleD, of Glencoe.! Fla.. came day. 'Monday night... the organizerswill has been received and will be deliver- and will no; doubt continue his': trip ; '
\ \ and Dr. Rlxe,. accompanying ta.
1.. Thursday morning 'lad Is going to speak and Tuesday evening there to him immediately on his arriver io( > Cocoanut Grove I '
', President to New Orleans, and the
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Y MeCLINTOCK. V ., work Industriously at; his crops. will be a platformlmoetlng, with ,Mrs. on board" A message was sent to t ir' Huston Is retired Jeweler of f
': WAS RECALLED :,J.. P. Nix and wife: returned home 1 Adiinnna Iiunge'fOrJ. Mrs. Margaret tb< Jacksonville Board of Trade extending Chicago, and last April decided to 'Wash-ington I

? .. a short while ago after] a few" days !Deye Ellis and Ml||<,Rule Kearney. as greetings to our citizens, as I' start; out on the I icing automobile, tour ;I enlng today. ..- *

Tork.,Oct. 25- Emery Media visit with relatives ,and I. friends In :IJie principal "J-1,ttarm. Wednesday our representative Hon. O. W. Allen 1 'hlch"brought hlnjse.t: and family to '!
The President was greeted at Ar-
ictuarr.of the Mutual Life Indo Jacksonville.R. night the Jubilee wtU: he held. and tie who left here Thursday via Tampa, Charleston. The rime spent on .',.
,. I r.ong genta by United States Senators Ben
:, was the first witness be- P. Hart, who has for some timebeen banners will. be a.ardel.: missed 1 connections. the road by the:' touring ,part has ;).
1'- ry and Clark. Governor Davis and T-\-\,
rhe.lAsnrance Investigating cornmorntng. filling the office of 'city: marshal not been marred any: serious ac- ,
; i I I cldenL fy eral Judge Trevor, who greeted hlafto
fie"was recalled resigned 'a few weeks ago. W. R. Burns Beyond a] minor breakdowns .
Miss Still in the Lead
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ti farther technical details ofuranee Johnson succeeded him.I the powerful machine a 'Whlte -
j = steamer Arriving at Fort, Roots ,the party'
affairs. Mr. Graham baa bought land hereto has stoo.l1 the test put on It J'
",,.",'i', .' put out a frull orchard I In MetropolisThe >, Typewriter Contest over all kinds roads IIplenolldly. I alighted and made an inspection of
ofj the barracks and grounds starting'* F
tI 'REIGN OF Judge W. S. Sands has three acres ,Mr. and Mrs. ; and their IOn
t I for the city at 11 o'clock, and whet* '*
OF TERROR IS PASSING of egg plants ready for shipment i .Fft Chicago last April with the intention "'
tha guard of honor was Introduced
-- which he will probably get good prices canvass of he Votes made today icents paid Into the Metropolis on subscriptions I of making a tour .of the EaSt
constating of twelve civil .
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11. Oct. 25'-The State Dent for. ,, 'In 'the Metropolis{ typewriter contest $ advertising, job printing, South. They sent the summer at twelve Confederate veterans'mounted.The war .

todayrecelved[ a cablegram Mr. Frank O'Belnxe. of Miami attended shows Miss tsabeHe Burns still etc.. and if yon do not care to enter Atlantic City the Eastern resorts r

-Santiago 1 Chill, that the reign. of the oyster supper I at the Connell In the 'lead over Miss flora Blount In the! contest for this valuable and serviceable aDd left for In the 'South a few The the assignment guard of pleased honor served the .PreaMent'and throogsi

lIMN was passing. The casual- House Saturday nlgtt. second place, whites| | Miss Kathleen prize It is admlssable that: weeks ago with Florida as thelr'dest the entire v
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l Monday I"sere fifteen and- one hunHlaJurtd. A grand ball will be given once a Quarterman, and Miss Flossie, Corpew r r give or cast the votes for any t natlou. j .

.. week at the Danla Semln'olrt HalL Everybody have both displaced Miss Robinson person you desire. All of the young I :

t .' Is invited and they will jbe for third and fourth: honors, dropping ladles, in 'the contest are popu r and FOUR NEW CASE! I MEW ORLEANS WEATHERWILL I II'

'" ING IN THE, given an enjoyable. time j as far 'as I the latter to the tlfth line. Miss !deserving and If you have a favorite AT PErSACOLA TODAY BE FAVOrABLE

it:f :' LiniE', KANAWHA CASEOctober possible. Burns has also increased! her lead over among them you might secure fqr her ; I,

'c ?. -Quite a number of men Or Dania are Miss:, Blount by E considerable number .the'}prize by giving her your votes. rt'Dllacola, ;I Four new I' New Orleans Oct. 25. Shower dare

c. tl.1i 0.t 25. ... Tkeoe working on the road from Seed's Island of totes. IL' The following is the standing of 'the cases of yellow and nO deaths predicted for today with!' cooler,

r the motion of John S. Jones I to Danla. which wflf. be a great Although the i has been on respective candidates today' : bad been rePGrte here to soon todal weather tomorrow. ,i

for the appointment of a improvement. but two' weeks practically tan thousand -'IsabeKe Burns ..... ... .. .. .. 2.518 I The outlook! is therefore good for'a

,tor the|Little Kanawha syn- i voles have tfeea jcait, evidenceof Cora Blount '.. '.. !' ........ 2.070 \ l 11\ successful! reception of the Presl- '

]l which\was mAde.a short"time THE NEW ORLEANS ; the popularity of.an4 interest manifested Kathleen> Quarterman ......"... 1.501 US- COTTON C NIUS I jdent whose approaching visit baa

Wiaa before Judge eont Flossie ......... .....
RichardsUstted of FEVER SITUATIONNew ,In the t. S vrral hnn- Corppw 1,411 REPORT iSBUEDWasb1i I, largrly conttlbafpd- to the early re-
States Circuit ;\-1 May: Robinson ....... .. ... ,.. ', 1
[ Court tedny.Tare }drtd votes are'now] out and will N ; 1,105 'I mOTat of quarantine restrirtlons.

'many mice points,of_law 1Tta Orleans Oct. 25. To neon I I cast between this **nd: Satun'sy.wh'n Del'a Kitchell ,|............ ... 182 $ >n. Oct 25 The census, ', Anxiety to lee the President baa '

this case and It Is expected today there had been repotted two new there Is another poMlbSlIty of a change Ruby WUson ............ ...... 1:5 hllreau today Issued a bulletin' show ,resulted In the opening practfcaly- of Y

Urwifl be,!I highly InteresUniExcellent cases of yellow,fever and'jsne; death In the'standing. '.cf':the :several candi City;. of Miami.IR"'.....:.......... ,8X in I the, cottOQ, ginned' JI1 the \1Dlted I the whole of Louisiana and Mfssisalp-! Il

[legal talent' making the totals date'un' t Gladys Sloan .. .. .. ...:..... _,10. 8tates o October4 at ,! with the !!
Is.repre- to ,casei dates.: l""j. : .i : 4,540,728 ba ec.J pl. : ; consequent revival of bos>- .. _.s ";;r
| taw ; irttMls\fa slut:' ': .,: fad 42* deaths.- Oae'tote'.. U'.,gt tI';WSdt, each. .ten Ruth.Hlnson ..:t.....,.J,...,.. .4. counting the round bales a halt baIe leeks aetlrit,., ..... ... ,_ "-.: 1"' -II'S"'i
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: . In Wesleyan Memorial Chipel at Thus Carrying Out Recommendations of Grand Jury. Followed for Defense and is.StillSpeaking'
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Rapidly, :
Rome, Ga. Today" With
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: ; Macon, Ga. October 25.-The Georgia If one .doubts Ah wisdom and ne- the arrarrlnK. of the room, and instead I, Effect.'y.
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state division of the United Da gb- cesslty of the. re recommendations made of having a raised platform In connection J "'J'
tHE, UijES ARE lets of the Confederacy opened :ts by the last grand'Jarjr f* that I the several with that of the judge he Is As announced 1. the Metropolis yesterday Counsel Worley! was particularly:; .

: annual meeting ta the Weslyan Memorial Lo' forced to occupy a place on the main afternoon the ConklIn embezzlement demonstrative! against the witnesses,,
i AT' STANDSTILLITPETERSBURG Chapel th"is morning y Hh a offices ef the circuit court,be supplied floor and use a. desk that has seen case, which has been on trial for the'State and earnest In his' deelaration -,
I and equipped with suitable furniture
of the Innocence of the dej-j-
much better'
under the most days.
attendance and
larpe in the Circuit Co irt for the past two
r favorable ansplcles. Mr. Walter Harris mattings and over fixtures, an Inspection The roof of the building leaks In ; fendant He attacked the records,of I'
w welcomed the delegates on behalfof of the B condition of these several: places and the walls are stain weeks, has gone t > argument'iArgument the electric light company's offlce sjs&T

the Sons of Veterans, wtlle Mrs offices will hastily. change their opin ed from the dripping of water and the was h pened yesterday af compared figures brought out' at ttt1

WILL BE Walter D. Lamar welcomed the delegates loa ||. beating of weather. All in all the ternoon by Stat 's Attorney Treading trial: against those from the'general'auditor's !

(HUT OUT FROM:THE OUTSIDE on behalf of the local chapter of The state,, attorney'' room, for Instance furnishings and:.the.general conditionof the indi itment, after whichCoL offlce. At 12 o'clock Mr.Wc .<

:WORLD BY TOMORROW MO*. the U. D. C. Appropriate responces Is supplied'.with: one old'table, the entire second floor of the build WV W. Erwii; .began for the State ley still had the floor, and began; ia,

o FOOD' AND WAT- were made and some routine business formerly used raj the] clerk's office, ing used for court purposes is aboutas and ,occupied all of the afternoon a conclusion at the reconvening of court,' ...,
W_ FACING was transactetd during the rest of the and one smaler, table covered inferior 'and.common as it wouldbe recess being oak n at 5 o'clock until at 2 o'clock this afternoon.

R FAMINE morning """ .1011."" I with green cloth jand, apparently .need possible to have It. 9 o'clock this morning, when he con. He' will be followed by State Attorney

I ,In the afternoon another session will I at some time gaming purposes and The exterior appearance of the court eluded. CoL Erwin was particularlysevere Jones after .which the Judge'wtt4

be held. Tonight a reception will be two or three! old;chain. The floor.is house Is all that one could desire and in his arraignment of the de deliver his charge and the case go t*.

tendered to the delegates at the Vol bare and not evendaloed;! or painted. would do-credit to any county or city fendant and mad- a forcible address. the Jury. No time limit aas' 'aeesk:,. H

/Petersburg. Oet W afore unteer' Armory by the Veterans and This Is the condition\of the office. In the country but what It gala: in He was followed by George A. Wor- placed oa the arguments and'oa that. .

i half of European Russia Is In the Sons of Veterans which promises to The Judge's' chamber 'U, in practically this war is 'offset and destroyed bj ley, counsel for defendant and the tact account it is probable that' the best

of the striking railroad men. and be the most important function during a like condition and\ entirely too the Inferior furnishings and workman- that ,he was to peak tna morning part of the afternoon win be consumed .

the convention crude and commas compared to the ship, which can be classed as a. disgrace attracted a large}! crowd to 'the court I by Mr.Worley., which may force th*:
i'strike continues to spread rapidly
furnishings usually such Iin'por- ***" mom, among the? spectators closing address to be continued nata y.
Tomorrow there will,be business given to the county. [ ; being a ,
_ 4irjBcflonaj sessions In the morning and afternoonand tant tribunals of}Justice' ,' All of the The grand jury recommended' that, nunnmber of ladies. I tomorrow. ", ti

a a. i' roads In the Volga 'region area in the evening a reception to tie ,,other rooms, petit'-Jury,, etc. ale furnIshed the court room and offices' tributary "

,standstill and today a general delegates will be held at the residence On. keepni j with that of. the thereto be furnished in a suitable and FROM CHICAGO
< L was proclaimed on the two reHnes of' Mrs..Waiter D. Lamar. The con'yeutloli states attorney ;irithou any conveniences comfortable manner, and from 'comments ,, : ":9 TROPICAL MIAMI NEW ORLEANS *

_ ,out of. St Petersburg, will close on Friday night or comforta made and heard thereon the tL: Family
before tomorrow the Capltsl'ia8J with a .visit to the fair. Among the In the court room the Judges rostnm county commissioners would act wisely '"M. Hutson a" are Trav'l- IS JUBILANT

prominent visitors attending the con is a crude affair, without either' and in accordance with popular favor lap In ant Automobile.Mr. .
to be shut out from out- : {t
the matting dud i
ventlon are Mrs. Clay Clopton .n.! carpet or : furnished'with by complying with the recoinmentations .'.. .
World by way of the continent Mrs..Bishop Weed of TloriJa., a common woodeij table''as a desk. No of the jury at -the earliest and 'Irs. G M.uston and son: IJ .tt' ,

'Involves the suspension of alleommunlcattens. provision. I was mjtde. for. the clerk in p..hne moment. D H. Huston, we among the promInent j

tat ., ji DANIADOTS, 'K-7 arrhals at he 'c\ ladsor yesterday OVER THE COMING THERE TOr(%

''b e iHI i League of Leagues has come toM NATIONAL. :W feaT. U.'J. PRESIDENT.. ROOSEVELT from Cblc says the Times,Un- MORROW OF THE,PRESIDENT I iE

I _support, of the railroad men and Matter of Interest: Transpiring at .: 4.. ANNUAL SESSION MAY START EXTENSION IoU: WEATHER PFtEDICTEI'CHIEl't: \_" e
them favoring a general strike \ Mr. Huston famIly t
..,jg This Flourishing Town an came from
_ pun adooal telegraph"operatorsIn M Jx* AuCM iX( ler 23.i .- Chamber of Commerce wired Dr. Charleston via the; Olytle line bring. EXECUTIVE IN LITTLE ROCK.. :

e the movement'and the R. R. Roper; of this place,,returned i I Delegates and worSers ojt tins W. C. T.I(Porter at, Pensaco'a\ also the United lad with them 11elr handsome tour- TODAY. iN4

ation Is critical and pregnant with home a short while; ago. 'after spending !U. from all partsiTf the Unite States 1 States Marine Hospital\ authorities In I Il laa car. From Cblcago to Charleston
possibilities.: Moscow is facing aI : and enjoying the summer'up. the II 1 I their trip was made overland, in the -
Tare assembled b\t1\ to attend the nat- ;charge at New Orleans as to the possibility I
I and water famine.; Suite. i{ ''car. but on account of the bad roads
returned lonaf meeting. f of Ifhe Woman. :.. of //Presldent\Roosevelt paying I from 25 The
s Mrs. Pinch from Wisconsin f': I ( Charleston 0 Jacksonville they Memphis Oct. special
RATING THE last Friday morning accompanied: by Christian Temperance Cnion 'which our city a visit aboil next Friday;j deeMed to make he trip by water. !train bearing President Roosevelt and

: ', 1 TOWN'S REJUVENATION her friends. Mr. and JlI'Lj l 'Bodah who will ,open 'here oS JFrlday) evening. says the Key West .Advertiser. Mr. HUlton, wit bls handsome touring party arrived here at 4:23 o'clock thlsc ih

wll! ,make this their home for a while. As an Introduction. to the conventionproper. Satisfactory answers were\ received car, was .on t e streets yesterdayand ,I morning and departe.li'1I'1thout''stot -

six Like Marion. Ky, Has Risen Qu'te ,a number of persons spent the :first* board jmeetliig was 'tha machine at.racted much at- II I ping for Little Rock. ry
the local health authorities IIs this .
by '
ta From MM' Ashes. SU1da1atterno3D at the beach Everything held this mornladand, USB Executive ten UOI1. .. 4s

went on very nicely except that 'I Committee will hold meeting: this city and a wireless message was sent It has a e of about lixty-be THE PRESIDENT '.. ::1 4

IM/U, Kyi, Oct 25. The won the_ xtobe mayor of this place 'evening. The: number of'delegate Isunusually to."Admiral Brownson of battleship.' \ miles an a 15- AT LITTLE ROCK r

[ resurrection of this towVwhicha h droppeJ. one of our prominent young large aid!! It Is believed that West Virginia extending greetings of horsepower englije.4Wlckerwork pan.nlers .

modern 'Phoenix rose, rejnven- ladies while carrying her through the the coming convention,, winbe: ;'the our. citizens inviting the President torislt are strappe to the sides of the a
Little Oct 25. President
: the jashes and ruin of the mud, though she did not'spill' 'or cry.e"An largest ever held Jn this.country-:,. All our city while enrante north. A car and all ecEtsal')' supplies 'for along ,Roosevelt and party reached- Argaata.'',
T which,destroyed nearly the wbc oyster supper was given by the States and territories. are represented. wire was also\ sent to Mr. Henry M. trip country are cart
_ i about a yerrago," U the occasion Ladles't Improvement Society Saturdayat At, theopeping| meeting :of. the I Flakier suggesting that the'President \ed In these baggage holders. suburb on schedule time and' at nine .'
o'clock the train pulled out for BlgRockwhere
t grand .celebration by the cabs at the Council home.' convention of Friday evening the-delegates -i be invited to onpn in this city the work Mr. Huston will remain In Jackson- .
the president allghtedJia4was
[ Marloo-tody. ,Mr.' and Mrs. Bodah of WIsconln.wlH will be welcomed by the ma,.! on the new railroad. A favorable reply vlllo\until this rrternOOD, when he
escorted to abet Logan where he
flay,Is generally observed) as a occupy the Lippencott house on or and several prominent local mem was received from Mr. Flagler, will leave on thejClyde river steamer I' ,'. r

and all business' ," not absoluterests. !Wisconsin avenue and .Sixth street berg |:f;' -:- thanking us for the suggestion and i City OJaduon\ ills for Enterprlae. grounds.rerie..eeI the troops; and Inspected th*, j

All public and on.ae .. On Saturday afternoon. there will be that he would wire, the President. A At that piaee the jll1&cblne.will b JIs 6'
reached Roefc
Y' I The President Little
private buildings are decorated B. F. Reams Is-expecting a new fruit addresser bT Mrs .C. L.;,11; Raskins.: embarked\tnd Kr HUlton and family' \ ..
Admiral proper-at BOOB and was teadere *._. t
t the streets are thronged with peo- after which he will putts use u soon Dr.. Mary Fowlel, Thompson'and: ; I will contln I th r trip over:and to : >
:s There Was a]parade this morning' as possible. others. Saturday|t. evening a, diamond ident to inaugurate here this, the (Roe1.1edge, w'be he Intends lpend- reception. Afterwards he addressed'j.,'
an Immense crowd In the city park..
ta the -afternoon there.will be a Messrs. Cox A Bailey, of Heleana&a. medal oratorial contest wUl take place greatestrailroad work.ever attempted. ,IDa the ...inter\ 3r,;
The party wf.1 leave for Memphis ;
and 'a [general joUlficaspeech ttoa arrived Monday morning with Intentions [Miss Bliabeth! Wis:! Greenwood will The following reply was received From Rockledg to Miami Mr. Huston at 4 o'clock this afternoon'whereparty thai

| making,_singing'and* other of making this their future home preach the convention sermon on Sun, : "Your messalre'for the President 'will find an j excellent hard' road will; separate Secretary t
nts.; J. P.'Ditsen. of Glel coe, Fla, came day. Monday night. the organizers has been'reeE1Ted and will be'deliver and will no doubt "continue: his Jrlpto' I IaeMyr? .
and Dr. Rlxey, accompanying .thou
Thursday morning and. Is going to I will speak. and"Tuesday, evening there ed to.him immediately on his arrivalon Cocoanut Crones -' .
I President to New Orleans, and th*
Y McCLINTOCK t work Industriously at] his crops. will be a platfornt'meeting,with Mrs..V board" A message was sent to Mr. Huston I* |t reared Jeweler of the crest
party returning to.Wash
y WAS RECALLEDm :'J.. P. Nix and wifej'retnrned'homea ilnnna isungetorL, Mrs. Margaret the Jacksonville Board of Trade ex Chicago, and last April decided iou '/
\ ington by niL The weather. threeenlng *-- .
short while ago after II"a:;few"days !)ere Ellis and Ml; Rule Kearney as tending greetings to' our citizens, I start out on the tong an'.o tobiA tour today. ?' t

Tork. Oct: 25- Kmerr McCUn- visit with relatives and friends In :use. principal -J\er Wednesday our representative'Hon. O. W. Allen which' brought,himself and family to .
The President was greeted at A**
-actuary of -the Mutual.Life: In- Jacksonville. night the JnbUeenriu! I t be:held and thee who left here Thursday via Tampa I Charleston. Thi long time spent on : .,\.. I
by United States'Senatorsry BeR
Co, was the first witness be- R. P._Hart. who has for some time I banners will be Iwardel.: missed connections. .the road 1 touring part has genta ,;
and Clark. Governor Davis and T.8.
marred '
kite urance larettlgattngoommorning. Men t filling the once of city marshal not been by mar serious. accldenc. '
era! Trevor who '11
Judge greeted Mw
He was recalled resigned a few weeks ago W. R. I Beyond k few minor breakdowns '
Miss Burns Still in the Lead .
? to the State. (
further. ,'technical details. of Johnson succeeded him. the powerful machine a. White ,
ee affairs. Mr.. Graham has bought, stfamer. has stood the test I Arriving at Fort Roots the party"': 7
land hereto put on
"$ put out a' fruit orchard, 110(1'( letropolis:' Typewriter Contest over all kinds of" .roads splendidly. alighted barranks and made and an' inspection';'ofthe ';
-. grounds, startingfor
AN'RIIGN' Judge W. Mt. and Mrs. Huston
Sands ,has three acres l and, their son
the city at 11 o'clock, and wtervA
,-r.. TERROR IS PASSING.. 0( egg plants ready for shipment :pit Chicago last April with the ,Intention the guard of honor was'' IntrodveeoV" srl
ill ,. --a. which he win probably get good prices The canvass oljhe rotesNmade today (cents paid Into the Metropolis on subscriptions of makin* a tour of the East '

Oct 25 -The State De- for. in the,Metropolis 1', typewriter, con !I advertising. Job printing and South. They pent the summer at t..el1'e\consisting Confederate of twelve veteran civil war moJ aa t d.
today, received a cablegram Mr. Frank O'Belrne.. of Miami attended test"shows Miss!Isabet4e'Burne iUfl eta. and If you. do not care to, enter Atlantic City an in the Eastern re- '

i Santiago" Chill, that the reign of the oyster supper at the Con- In..the lead over itlss Cora Blount the contest for this valuable and scrv- .sorts, and left Mr J the South a fewweeks The assignment pleased the President"and 4
there was passing. The easualjCoaday nell House Saturday night second place, white Miss Kathleen ble 'prize, it is admissible thatyouNglve ago with Florida as their! des guard of honor served throng*
| irere fifteen and one hnni A grand ball will be'ci1'fII'once'' a Quarterman ,'and .kiss Flossie Corpew or cast the rotes, for any ,: tination.I {f I the entire \ ,

i Injured.UNO peek at the Dials Seminole Hail'Everybody have both displaced Miss Robinsonfor personSfou desire. All of the young : ORLAMS.WEATHER.

: Is Invited aDd: they will be third and fourth honors, dropping ladles Inthe contest. are popu !,r and FOUR NEW CASEAT NEW

IN -THE, given.an: enjoyable-'" time as far as .the latter to th||-fifth line. Miss deserving ami if you have a favorite PNSACOLA TODAY WILL BE FAVORABLE

LITTLE' KANAWHAiCASS possible: \ .,Burns has also increased her lead over among them yoVmlght secure for her .

.Quite a number' of moo. of Danla are Miss Blount by.a!, considerable nom.; the prize by giving her JOUr !votes .1 Pensacola.. Oct] 25. Four new New Orleans \ 25. Shower

0 v October 2$. -The working on the" road; from BeeJ's Is her of votes.. li; The following is theN anding ,of the cases of yellow eve and no, deaths are predicted for today with cooler' 3f

f the motion of John & Jones land to Danla, which)! wflr be 'a great Although"e mutest has been on respective candidates 1: had been reported here to aoon' ta- weather tomorrow.The \ :

for the appointment of ar improvement but two weeks practically ten thousand -IsabeKe: Burns ....'.......-X-i 2.518 day. t. I| outlook Is therefore good for' ?

tleJLfttle Kanawha synrhlca votes have jfwen cast evidenceof "Cora Blount. ..... ...... ...../Hv.070Kathleen I I I:4- I|n successful! recepUon of\thft. Pre t-
wa mad "i short time THE, NEW, E. the popularity fit and interest man Quarterman .....c.i. 01 U. $; COTTON CENSUS I II .I.t>nt whoso approaching Vtalt baa

began be gp .Judge Richards of .:FEVER! SITUATION I ifested 'in the cowfwt Several huut Flossie Corp!'. .......... .....:..lU I -.l I REPORT ISSUED largely contribafed! to the early removal .

TJnlted.8tates Circuit Court teday.i : : I dred 'votes t are now oat and win M May Robinson "........ .........r l.tOS F of quarantine restrictions.

are xnany, Ice polntt of law 11)4i ) Ner.-"Orleans. ,; Oct .%S.To' lIp east between, ,this..:and. Saturdaywhon: Della Kitchen ...............i.. 182 ishlne nn. Oc* 25 Tho census I ,Anxiety to see the Prwideai\has >y

i to this doe 'and It la expected today there had been repotted two new there is another pMsibfllty of a change Ruby Wilson ....:.... ....... .j.; 125 bores oJay. !Issued a bulletin showIng -)resulted' lathe 'opening practlcaly\of! of *

t"w01 be= a 'highly InternOn cases: of' yellow fever and<< one-death In the.standing ot:'the'several candidates aty'of r Miami ...........!.......+ ,SsCidysSloan the fetUon gftmcd: ia'the:Vslted.the:'whofcjoC.Louisiana and MIsslsalB-. ciJ; .
KreeiBent> legal'talent Is represartJ making.the totals to-'date-tMl.caiaFend ., s-. ;,,.!....:.:.....j. 10 States to Oc .bet 1 at 4444.728 bales,1n4r wt>De consent revival .b.X: :',""
n ? I
biths'BTilt' 12a lx ''. ill '--, Ruth Ulnsoa ., ... ...... .. .. .'couBUnf J Jam' ....-... ...... ;;.;,,. > ." .
a. fv = ,i .. ,4 tlesthl.,5r_ .', .'P?: "u" ".I.i.ij c" '" ;' Oaa:?.oG"- b.'" tlth each ttII _- "...,.,..,,:' .-'-"''"'''.'--h.. '..4 ,;J'.".".,..'-..4"". *"'., ,. -.- 'a "4-.1'. 1..0}.. .tin .", .. -".If' '..

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'" The Daily Miami' Metropolis II tttm 1 Crrmture A QUEER fa ANIMAL ii __..al That PI( a. 4i! 4Vake% the HoMeS BeautifJ I

I:. B. B. TATTJM, THE, PRESIDENT.MIAMI PRINTING S.COMPANYThe BOI.O DEAN.:SEC.-TREAS. and Hjne: unique Lava of the ad creatures oddest HaUIo.of'that the Ea.many Inhabit queer tin- I e

most Southern newspaper published" on the mainland of the U. S I antipodean wilds is {laD animal! about ,
I t ip shape and size I of tbe Anifrteaiirjiecoon.

,: i PUBLISHED EVERY" DAY XCEPT SUNDAY He-Is not a I curiosity on account S k will help jou to do this. 11 you will oalj' come to our

f of his shape or size or tecau- store and 1 lot.k over th.. large assortment of rugs, mats and
GIRC&Un01CTF; > Lei resembles the coon and lives In i carpets you will have no trouble in selecting taste

'o.e Teat -by Mail..... .......H500 Three MoutLs... ....... .......J1-J5 4tltralia, where all nature In top"ytaivy I Sr Our fall line of pictures and moulding Lave arrived your and

!..z )(ontha.\,2.50 One: week, by Carrier; ......... .10 but because I of 4 remarkable I ? kt r they will surpass aor in the city for beauty. Come at once
habit the female of his species has of and make your selection for these good: thing will not
I Advertising Kates'made known on application. I laying ego and hltl'blng.thew utter last long. Our prices are moderate and there is no reason

I tile-: wanner of bird*.j Tile queer egg: why you should not have as pretty a home as jour neigh-
TELEPHONE 71 3FFtCS' : METROPOLIS. BUILDING! l laying animal, the only creature of the bor. If passing the Watson store look in his windows, or
1 Uud on earth as far as the zoologist ur ; better still come in and ask to SEE THEMNO TROUBLE
Court Houee.I
Opposite the
;hit and 434 Twelfth Street know. Is called a platypus. It inhabit" TO SHOW YOU THROUGH our stock of rug, pictures.
tbf'deep forest of the river
bottom of
I both Australia and New Zealand and.

I it'l: said has many i of the character .i
Within the last four days snow has fallen' In Iowa Wisconsin Nebraska, I lilies( which distinguish the beaver J.W.Watsonr

Minnesota and South Dakota in the two Utter States to the depth of >six tibe. Tbe platypus U not a common
laches-' '. animal even la its native haunts, aDd
iG la yearly becoming scarcer because -

A fashion writer says that "among certain( women of the 400 $150 is oHthe war which the natives wage and Furniture, 13th str 'et. corner Ave. D,- Miami
aplnat it account of Its
not considered. too high for silk stockings." That Is a great deal higher than peculiar ---
egg laying habits. They have a superstttions -
'. some stocking! come-doubtless.
dread of the harmless little
animal because its habits deviate Kt
I : Texas authorises: .are compromising with! gorx"! of the vlo'aters of berI widely from those generally noted In UpiheyGo

anti-trust laws, but she Is showing no mercy for those who violate her ordinance : ryri;; covered, four tooted creatures WILLIAM J. BRYAN

I prohibiting the making of "coo gco e;>fes." I their hatred, of it being so great that I
: nt>'band whether composed of half s

.. "I've made good" said District Attorney Jerome, ana the people knows dcoen or 100 families will settle In,tbe I IN FOREIGN LANDSIf

: what'. true What a great thing it would be for the American people If vicinity of a lake or stream until the
an young men eat the bush" and kill' you'... to read Mr. BTUAM'S letters of Ton q* Tr.m.*.

r- their public officers could make as truthful a declaration. eyfery platypus that can be found. Riverside Lots Will Soon : is the time to subscribe for UK Commoner -

>.t! ..
.Conundrum-If President Cleveland had ,Issued'an executive'"orJer allowing William J. Bryan, editor of The Commoner, nailed fro .
X. cabinet officers to discharge any employe under them without a THE SEA EAGLE. Be Advanced in Price ,i San Francisco September 27, for a year's visit abroad. In the

i. chance to'refute charges, would he have been a'' wicked Democrat spoilsman Hlrw,, This. P.wrf.l PI...<. Bird AgainWe .course of his travels, Mr. Bryan will visit the following named
tCalekr* Elder Dvekm.ln ,
f } President Roosevelt has shown the Southerners how keenly he was summer the principal food of the : JAPAN. BRITISH 18LES.. ,
Interested la them and they showed '"Ted" that be ,was the "only thing." wblte tailed sea eagle la salmon, varied gave warning that on the CHINA INDIA PHILIPPINE ISLANDS.
'I by sea bird common along the inlet i first of October the prices of River- ,
,It His southern receptions have been the most hearty of any he received on AUSTRALIA. EGYPT. PALESTINE:,'
f.' a UB different'ibaits.Vrherever of Greenland. In autumn, when i side lots would be advanced 25 per ,NEW ZEALAND, TURKEY, GREECE
the! salmon have ascended to the lake, t ,.' the, birds resort to the eaTbey appear : I believed what we said and pur- ,FRANCE' NORWAY, GERMANY '
Col Roosevelt goes a number. of. the "Rough Riders" turn to have a. special fondness for i chased last week. ,DENMARK, RUSSIA, SWEDEN.HOLLANDFrom : .

i tip. There were originally only eight hundred of them and only five hundred .eider dock which are taken by strategy : The present price per lot i is $5(0

I r' of these went to Cuba and they west as<)Infantry, but there must neat :;!;' Stationed near the, water in a and this will last but a short time. .describing each-observations of the Countries and dealing named Mr particularly Bryan will with write the letter political *

f least a million of them now. ,. commanding position, with a background The'terms are easy one-third cash ,' life of the countries visited'
of cliff the color of which all- 1 1siiullates balance in one and two Water with These letters will be published in The Commoner, and those who
with that of the eagle' 1 8 { cent interest.. and desire' to read of these letters should lose
one in
} Senatof-Bailey of Texas and Senator! Beverldge of Indiana were born per every no time subscribing -.
plumage, be sits motionless until a ,sewer pipes will be laid during' this for Mr. Bryan's paper.
OB the same day of the month but a year apart. They have been "closertogether" flock of ducks settles near him. After ;month and several other streets

'e than !that however, "once" when :they nearly landed on each a{time one or two dive in search of will be paved. When thin work is $1.00 The Commoner i III issued weekly and the subscription price. I*

other,to the Senate and "once" when they'' diJ,it magazine fashloh.i food l but.not until all have gone under ,done and the electric railway i i.. under enabled a year.to oh.By r for special a short arrangements time only,.. the with Commoner the publisher and the w Miami are
together; does the eagle make a-nlgn. ( construction there lots will be
Weekly Metropolis one year both for $2.00 when paid in advance.,
"I am not an angel" says i circles over it close to the water. With will be please to talk or writeto ..cne year to any address for 8.00.. tbe regular price of. the Daily,
this la "a wholly statement in view of the fact that he .
". unnecessary bis jdiarp eye be can detect the bird .; any interested in netting 50 per Metropolis alone.Addrtma .
was'born In*Tennessee'and'lives in Missouri. Oh. we don't know.. Ten- before they reach the surface. At first cent their investments within
( on
all;order* to Mmirrhlhi c...... fb..
easee is full of angles, but we won't certify; for them after they "leave hels not usually successful, for BSsdon three to 6 uionths.
the State." as they become aware of the presence We handle all classes of property Ir'i

tAt of the enemy they dive again litstantly. But In time they are obliged 1 lurnish information and to show
-i Charlotte, N. C., President Roosevelt mt the widow of Stonewall '
tov-come up for air, and then one of what bare'to offer.
Jackson: to whom he talked for five minutes, greeting her with these words. them become an easy victim. A fullgrown e WE ARE WELL.TOCKK1

.Mrfc: Jackson..yon do not know bow ga3j I am'to meet you1Iat., the elder drake !U easily lifted up + In the way of everything belOD1fJ1a J

widow of the great Stonewall Jackson! Why it is worth the' whole! trip, I aid) borne away in the talons of this a'fint,-class drug- house.. In, the' Mao r..
down here to'have a chance to shake your,Jiand.:" powerful pirate.-London FIeld. PATENT MEDICINESwe
J. H. Tatum & Co.
i # have gone through the .Hit tat .
4 >The knife will be used at once if the (President Is bitten by a mosquito" W AN AUSTRIAN CUSTOM.' weeded out the'bad and'sorud up'omlyon

sang' Dew.\repori.* \ Why-not. use a revolver on the mosquito before he flaw the C.r'.. Law'Abut ClMlx Real Estate Atg. & Brokers the food. What we now'hays tat.rJ .

bites!' Or. better- still,.why. not employ :the method of dealing with the Bnmfn at Right O..ral_ ,_ Patent Medicine 'are only tho cthighest
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akeeter lJI'Ventt'4.b1 a Missouri'scientist and which is thus described: :'You 1,1 of the oddest of the Austrian u .. merit and that hart

'mb alum on your face and hands., and when the mosquito takes a bite it : l. in the result of legislation. Accordiug =J;: s osttm Orr found at all times to be an claimed far
One "
puckers its buzzer so It can't sting. It then sits down In a damp place to law, every house must be I "t them. P
"the pucker catches Its of cold and dies of closed from 10 o'clock at 'nlg'-it until ul I '' We _
tries to dlg loose death pneumonia I are making special prices
o'dot k the foll3Tr!ng uiora ng l>nrtngthajt '
," time each Louse lit Ih charge f of an Figuremore ...- them toes and will save you maQj' S

attendant known as t!;e "bnuFbe*or. t -' dim by buying of us.
.Miami real estate continues to grow In value, and the persons-who buy It'lt rarrtakrIn la"ye apartment '
f r-
1 tha earliest get the best bargains. Even at this early date In the fall It'is;': Lnitdugs: this liauxbt'*:Tja-r In usually a or less in I "

said by real estate men that every house In I'Miami Is either occupied 'or nnifonred port -r. K\lort pcnian etcriut e I the pictures price paid may for The Biscayne Drug Co.

engaged for"th. winter. In a number of Instances parties occupying comfortable the horse bftvrprc ii.'at uifbt; and mean beauty .
6 fn the uijm' to the hann-
houses have leased them for the season -four months-at sums ng l.u.qt.I'V and permancy ort t I

ranging from 1300 to $1000 and over. Is this. not evidence. that there,I Is beeilrcer.q fui gives liercrs rte' to(u-I curios eebt0.: ) condition. entire lack of it Avenue D'and I Twelfth Street .Miami> FloliidiiI

; sm overwhelming demand for houses In Miami. The The path of safety I
\ renting man or men, NMUlally the r. an rto comes.home at 1"
_ho will build one hundred or more neat and attractive cottages here will .:-itlj'hoars i.cj' iiit nefc-i-iarlfy( pay lies between I --
ii .
teriv greater revenue from his or their investment than could be 'had'' In auytbiBg while the WAD,wbo habltual- extravagantly and redica1 I .

iay Ar other-business venture. They would.be next, thing to a gold mine. ty'y frequent 4R In contributor at 2 or 8 In to the the doming hausbcsor-In a
;':.. gef'.a bank account Inquiry" of the i
1 SUGGESTIVE TERMS. balwbeaorgvr, concerning ''Mr.. A [may to We makePhotographs our studio. i i '

,-- .. I result In the startling Information that i, .
Y. herb: removing it from the house in
I, a most disreputable mean sort of
.In. his 'Atlanta speech President, Rcr.vc.i.a'il.' |. 7hc.e are men who mil i, while the nighthawk Mr. B will sums of 'S.vo and up. Can be paid back in
-t : undoubtedly be'lauded aa splendid 3 at fair prices
not'divide-actions merelyInto those that are honest and those that are
tto of week. Business
fellow of excellent reputation., As a sums 11.oo a strictly

but create- a third.: sub-division that of' law Honesty I : that kind of. honesty' conservator of the public morals tnerefoH T( These pictures confidential Write us and solicitor will call

= which consists of keeping, ; clear of the petitentiary"= This tort of a man. Is $ the bansbesorger can' hardly. be 'J1a-..m ine good '
t cabled a success..-Outlook. :i. perfect por- !
.'known to most men. ,He..may succeed la: b : .:lces:, but .he pays heavily :L\fol.ture & high .

other'directions for the great flaw In his: character. II EagU.h la gwlt.ert.aa.bme 'T fir i.h We guar- CITK
: < odd English I* pound In a J aote,} fiat they LOAN OFFICEOPPOSITE
la Roosevelt uttered 'this reasonable caution against I II
the speech
k came guide book published by the Associatlii. ,t. w 'M. v,i.l I lr t Ude.
'indiscriminate ,andunintelligent charges of dishonesty against! men of !J;of ,Hotel Deeper of ""itzerlan I.
I : POSTOfflCE.rottngs' .
Brevity U the object of the Albert' KaufmannCor. I. .
'wealth and men in public: life. "It Is, of course, to the great advantages;, ofdlsieeest'men Thus; the Algle Grand hotel compilers promise I: -

of wealth If-they are denounced: not for being.dishonest, but "t>>Uf.> reft, physic at the<:e tabl." It .. 14th St.. Avenue D.A iam! .

for.being wealthy, and if they are denounced jn J .term so overstrained and U >nly after reflection that the reader'sncitUler ;i

hysterical as to Invite a reaction In their favor. We can not afford Jn' this ; at finding a "bl1l 1! among the Pharmacy
attraction* U allayed by, the sto!:'
eo.mtrT to draw,fhe distinction as between rich|land, poor .men. There dis "BJU! ." means billiard;probably"Re'f

tlnction' upon which we must Insist Is the vital deep-lying, unchangeable ('ltij}be'' had elsewhere than In AlplfBiji '
Mtatinctlon'between the honest man who acts ''decently and fairly by his | "rest. means restaurant 1:1' 1 INCORPORATEDA
neighbor and with a quick sense of his obligations and the man who acknowledges "pbyslc." physician., Another hotel at
.. .r
a no- .Internal C law save that of his own i. will and appeute.- Aijle' enjoys "corroborative air"' :..q I/r Drug Store for The People U"

Here another quotation from the same speech that needs to be !'im
A Rrave WB>a..
'pressed upon the public mind: "Above an we' should treat with a peculiarly ..n all' times men knew the Duchess

:contemptuous abhorrence the m who in a spirit of sheer cynicism debau h.CI deiRramont a* a plain homely frank That's our motto and it has been the means of adding hundreds

'r either our business life or our political i'.fe.). There are men who seethe nd'rnthlewily outspoken woman and I of new customers to our list.Ve sell only the
.phrase 'practl aJ polities'. as merely a euphemism for dirty politics! and called her the "pockmarked dncbe+ rrrnht, :

.It la such men who have brought the word 'politician'. Into discredit There. Condemned to death by the revolutioniTftomnilrtee estj drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma-,

:are.-otter men who nee the noxious phrase bnsiness I 1s business as an ,fxnnt "You are quite In right Paris to, she kill said me, to for It.I cis s. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city

.: and Justification for every knJ of mean. and crooked work; and these linte.yon alL" And a little latr: when
men make honest Americans hang their heads because I of some of tbe thing Kb*.wa* late at her own execution and 2 Doors North of Postoffice a

.they:d.oIt. is the duty of every honest patriot to rebuke In emphatic;; tbe-f beadsman Impatiently bade ber .

fashion alike the politician who does'not understand that the only kind of'prtetidJ busty: she ana 'ered.' "On 7 va,. canaille IN ALL QUARTERS
P where have
we know as c'ean politic ,and that we are ash severe In our condemnation Ppj Wkat Be ..*...., our pros btra tasted and _
wf the b'ur.JI.., which ot" which J'atteDtWI&1 are going to tested you will' hear them praised -
trlcbrr. succeeds as the business trickery 1 you op. I
tafia The scoundrel erai on met Tonne Doctor-Because heartily. There is a knack about pies
who fan can never by any possib'llty: be a 'danger- i -
:vim tai the community as the scoundrel I )"aeed: '. tbe'mont'1.. : Patient-Well, baking when we have :caught per- I leaky. : r
succeeds and of all
; men I tha 'i an right I dldnt know but you I ;
IE:the country the worst citizen those who should excite in our mines'th.. wai'jgoing to'operate:on me because" : I H; FiJn &-. 'c O '
contemptuous '' .
moat abhorrent*; are the men'who have achieved nl'at weaith I y the experience.-Judge. OUR PIES ry

"* ** bay other form of inccM8In In any save clean and< straightforward mtlJler" 11&eeded
{ .. .... '
j H l rt.dsband will bear comparison with even the

How often do we hear'.tltehrUe pract'cal 1 politics.- (during the pat)-t wish best of home mad AnJ if you area Plumbing, Steam.
means dJs yotZirere some place where I would
honest polities The only 'practicafl fair Judge you will admit ours are and Gas Vi
polities' Is: honest politic 'There I fill' never see you again. Wife (calmlyi : I tingPLUlI'BE
nothing truer than that '"honesty Is the i even better than "mother's." But ;you
.bert policy A man may be honest In Other words yon wish I were In
In & rtl 1d mltttt and yet be a dishonest man-:The lark of mental honesty beaten:J suppose. I won't be able to .Jj3ge: | unless you 'I'
2 mo courage I s more "' trial.* 'S SUPPLIES ETC.
frequently imflc.nb'e' In the character of men i give! our a .
than. 1InancJaJ dishonesty;. The man who is fond of'a.s.rting : I IIa dlbraltarmay. fairly bet called tbeitdtof I I

buaineu"- la apt Jo be a men wht, uhn: be recur,. that"bushiti L tunnels,'there being over lit y IOHN SEYBOLD I I 816 Avenue.D', : : Miami. FlaT
are it to e'ftmJtre, of liD advaniligII. tulle* burrowed rock. .
.rd1eu. moral equity. i lent J _
_"", -- ;;It I I, '. :I"t 12 STREETr
w 1 ..
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"HIS Masters Voice"Is ISHUMJTHE; PILLOW. ,

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u. flat If gt*. Wral Alwara BYojUc -
In For_' .
No longer dij(:,. the girl of today have
Heard In the Victor ,a pUlow to rt!!- her Ural bead on., She

now studies |iiie athletic side of the

: question, andTftliletlca bare determined I
t" i Talking Machine that be shall lie perfectly flat with

1s no pillow to support her tlred ead. [
The exponents: of the beauty class
The :Victor hi so perfect that It Is'often mistaken for the human voice.
claim that tb ,'reason that our grandmothers i
|,V'Itlf{I proving a never failing source of delight to thousands a .Uaap- wer|>round shouldered was .

')ointment to none. To all lovers of'good music the Victor Is an Inspiration. owing to the jlict that they 'showed a i

No matter how .much entertainment there la at home the Victor II decided preference for bolsters. and pIllOWS. -

Always welcome. You.can at all time listen to bands, orchestras, eonga, ., &
'e tfc.! that thousands! of people flock to hear in crowded resorts. There Consequently! those showing an Inclination ties s
to lira straight.. lithe of form
Is no limit to the Variety of sections this matehlesii' instrument will recite and beautlfulllh( figure have cast aside i' 1 1Ati

to?! )you..Records In stock. VICTOR'RECEIVED GRAND THE PRIZE pillow at 'jtbey would tweets- that

AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION, THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD would cauM them to develop fatty tissues. 1\\ : _

.; f jjsf ;,.:' ;
Tbe girl who 1* a student and burns ; lb" .
MIAMI, FLORIDA 12th STREET the 'mldnlcb[? oll may disclaim all A .
knowledge of;tier study by not having I

a pillow to rwj{ on at night, lying per- .
fectly flat, aD&.thus counteracting the I k e
round should*r i A carve of the neck (i,1' '
H. T. Whaler Agt. Is developed that Is enviable while a. r il"I '

straight back fetuses one never to thus
lose her unefulneiw fact a veritable JIIi1l{ ) 4. '
Ponce de Leofl;!fountain'l1as been dIscovered !
;Investigate Before Investing tbrodgh this medium many J
: claim. |*| ,
Pillows arefttnbealthy, the physical &m.o$ BRM$
culture adv/ltl'tl/ claim, so "beware of .
Wind Power FlncOiJtbes 1\trs\ ,
signs'''of a;"'.l.rvr: out 'the pillow, '
and will ihvays be In form.TTHCLOSETS .
Has been adopted by the best people of the country as the you young

cheapest power for raging water. Note the people who have 1'yI. ;;

them they could have steam, gas and hot air too if they want LOOK "Doubled' Breasted for ?"

ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this ...That TkAr. ....srlr.Alr...l, style says .
business and with my pump mechanism that I hate just been csratt. ..I aw D...... -
___r.granted a,patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity, '
All closeu steed airing cleaning and Dame Fashion.
t be value and life of- any wind mill outfit. Any' infringements will' dusting as much as or more than any Right ,again, as usual, sand

prosecuted. /' other of the house fecauae
part -more '

C. H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Florida' ;' they 'are'purloerjiid.hukbP;: deodoriser.from the sun In,small thatgnat right here ,are the suits, snappyin ", .

apartments tie shelves In the closets ,
will be generally found packed,tight
with :cardtjoard. boxes or newspaper their stylish smartness
RITTt BROTHERS bundles, for there Is so little space for ;
storage In a modern flat or boos that I /
w very; inch of pace baa to be utilised.Tfct '
closet should be opened and left We can't begin to'show 'their unusual look and distinction 'ina .
Machine to air every week for a few hours at
ShopAgents <: least.; All clothing should be removed' rough sketch like this, you will get a better idea from a

from the books' and bung out on the mere glance in our window the next time you pass.-.- Slip on .
clothesline to i1r. The beat of the sun '
[ forth:New_ Era Gas Engines.,! Gasolene wUI-&aU >U .crease* out .f cloth and xaf coat or two and you'll see, how they fit; and the quality is

;and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY velvet there,garments are/Supernuons and save article pressing.If of. from their make! 4tchos.! Everything, else that's

,- clothing on tbs shelves these- should, /sure for Fall here; suit: and overcoats, 10.00 to 25.00;
General Repair Work also be removed.

Every cranny; and nook should then / .
508'SEVENTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA be washed with naphtha and tbe'palnt I/ .
ed surface wished with ammonia and I '
', water. The Boor should be scrubbed R. W. RHODES
... <\ ,
and the doortieft open until the time :
arrives to replace l the contents. If this
'" '1" Is done earlyron cleaning day it will' ) h
: npt add muobjtb the sum toil of workto 322 TW :LFTH STREET

be*accomplished, and allxdangpr of ,
t ih137" ,j .' i1),
hf moth and]vermin and that disagreeable
.. -- ..,. ,
"musty" p
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wA4 KITCHENHELPS.; ;/ t .... ":" j. "

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Casters on|41I heavy kitchen furnl ,- "
rare will eavtf:strength and aid In kq-p- --,--:-,< -. :-
tag the kltdiia'clean '

Two pads' ljie six and shape of ket- BUY A HOME I
tle Lplder and sewed to a piece of tap
ri sirlt'S+'+1. Business ,

see aaL& .Y woven are.tifeefnl., fo x<'lifting!1 I hot dishes out of .M|dill! :, DirectoryTtwOurpf

"ua3411.1_ uycie Co. / If a OWe ammonia Is used every few f. ,

days on brass;faucets and tubes,they f' In theSLand of '
) ta teH t.l.nr h W .bad=tl 'I
Can will be kept!bright and shining and
Town Buyer. and those within
the city will find the
ft.*tb Mt.*Chteao tk* .Wrtd'. *' ir' WM thiMtb af / with much lejw t rouble than If polished. Flowers. andl SunshineInvest list below the addresses of Miami Merchant under

'ti fONLY OR,,taD PRIZE c only occasionallyi i II .. I I classified head for ready reference.
.._III 'loa We7eS.eI_ M tloa III. ..... A saucepan which rice, oatmeal or i .
.1r..w..w.---.Wbkb .ID 'GOO rich lay.....W.Iaaw. anything sticky has been cooked maybe in property that insure a MAGNOLIA ,
War $Mab."a C" very eastl jr,cleaned by putting In a profitable ,investment. AVe have THE GROCERY Co. 'BURDINE & QUARTERMAII
< ,
cupful of ashef when yon take It ofl profitable orange groves at remarkably .,.
*. Do' trw ... ,HkereMThcSqwcDulHoMMI I.T the fire and then fill with water.A low prices. Acre property Dealers 14. Groceries, Hay uolDealer..- In Dry OoodsVo11o.., '! tl
satisfactory war of preventing suitable for growing vegetable and Grain. '
If wJ.aU; tine MlooUd ss .,. I sad Ladles' l''all'tI"
from tainting.a refrigerator or anyt of citrus fruits from $$12.50)) $300 '
10I2IAVCNUC_ D ,ULLCNDORr, BLOCKl Its content If.to wrap the fish closely per acre. Business lots from $1500to
.'. J In a cloth wrong out of cold water. 520,000.Residences, $1000 to Con An. D 4 4th 8t. Miami FI& 300-SOS.I2th 8t. K1amJ,,jE.
,.- This will also, prevent it from becoming $18,000 all on GOOD TFRM .

hard andSjry.: BRADY a CO. .J. L $CRLVEN

AModelBatbto'om ..... .iakhtaj Hat Rentals, Fire Fancy tl Hay GraIII .F

People wbct bow what a bom I* Dealer In mugs. Paiat lledl ,yo
:'to',' art not,so many a* middle aged men and apesFeetnlset fillies. Toilet Artirdae'
I. dragosaq
..., )"', and women think. and they who never Freak. rrmts u4 V.etablee .. ".} ,
losorance Collections
*- the most essential fat bad one will;hardly be expected to : '
are of the medern boast Join la the lament at Ita gradual des t2tb Street-'r. Ave Do JI1ami. J'I& 1301 AnDU. 'Do Mte"i piJ ;

it is necessary appearance. (That It Is going out of I ,
as a comfort
Resident for the
fashion there/;! not ;a doubt. Everynew agent Georgia
,to home. Bette Eo LUMMUI PHARMACY. r
pile of lists, every conversion of Home Insurance Co.Beck. _.
put money in perfecting a dwelling So, a boarding house Is I Dt11gs, Toilet ;

11 J: the sanitary system then: elegiac of th lrcnmstanca The BJ J* Wilson & Huddleston Dealer Groceries, Grain ArtIcles, Perfumeries' lta1:

by insuring'the health ant ern family shirt from one tenement Hay r u4 FertIUUrL tionery etc. PrescrlpUoa&carefully ,
comfort of tamily. to another. lose* or'damage* It* good Suite, 2, 4, 6 and 8 eompouoled. i
gent I
In the transit III'constantly making ,
No. .320' I
than spending it tor fun new acquaintance*, but as constantly I I S35 lZtla. Street.. Miami F1L Ute 'Ayenue Do Miami n.;. !

furnishings.. Agt for tit loafing' the ojd and I* without quiet Twelfth Street Miami, Florida I .I\

.. and retirement! and peace.The'older I A.I.I. MP8ILL
people regreirthe change; the younger I
'' have no standards by which to measure I Dealers SA Drugs. M.Mctri.e., t
famous RacycltM. lt-Brooklyn: IEagla DIET FOR FEVERS. Dealer Dry foods, cloth.- Toilet ArtIcl- Preecrtpdcsslug. .

I FurtlllIllIp.
1 DU.t4 Sink I. tk. Safest Kl..'' .( jlltl' grefyp7 comysante'Man '
Csl.gb.: T.. ...... 1
Ines.t. ._...,, orders promptly;: aUcw to,
,Frequently|as a woman take i toothbrush
During the first few days of any run 811 Avenue D. Miami' na. DtJ& 8t.. Cor. AYe. c: IItu. >ti't
into hand
rarely uses
of ,fever there should be no attempt '
j MCDONALD properly. It-doe'very HtUe good to \ :
made to give food for a* neither gastric ,
nab bms'terM
a tbe ftn. To
nor pancreatic Juice are crereted.
'Twelfth" Street; Miami.. Pto da. cleanse it must be rubbed up and down the stomach 1 cannot digest food and Itputrefies. ,
so that the bristles go Into the.eve After the saliva and other I ColltactorsiiD Property OWners
ice, a* tbey;;eannot when tte motion
secretion have been restored food I
I* across Mold) the brash firmly and '
should b given that Is easiest to
oooooobomoooooooooooooooooooF.W. rub It) up aid down- going ;.carefully cU"1 ;
lest, UlIk which contains all the food
from tae back.teeth, that are too often
neglected, td the front and then backto principles;to known a* the special diet I I If you don't want to SAVE MONEY
for fevers oCjwyjMrC- Diluted milk la -
HAHN the other fide. After brushing rinse I can't If do coati i
easier of digestion than the pure mitt.which' we help you. you to
mouth with
-- "- ," a fragrant wash. This I
curdle almost as soon aa It
will not ,,be ,
to the
only strengthening
: ten the stomach. .One part of eo-I \ 1 es
Architect and: $Builder gums, but will'Impart a pleasant. odor water to one 'of milk Is a good
to the bread4AU ,, The J. A. McDonald Co
"""- I portion. Milk and mineral water,la

....,... .... also excellent Fill a glass half full a -
I now hare my employ pne of the best '' Or of milk and then fin op with the mineral
draftsman in the South tiid'am better Alice Stoptfrd Green, widow of the
water. A little salt Increases It
'prepared than ever for furnishing plusdetaUs historian John Blcbard Qnca. Uber- palatabUity. Invalid, by the way prefer And Buy Your,Building Material,
and lot rood building, fine cabi. self'emitenFtin the same Un.' .* the more salt and less sugar In any
network, etc. I am'now headquarters honor accorded her In England attest
dish. If plain milk agrees with the Lon Leaf Yellow Pine
for turned.work -scroll'aaw Dl' and aU She Is a --member of the committee of patient b* may be allowed to. have and Cypress
!1work, usually 'done in a ruST CLASS the London fllbrary and of doe boardof from
one to two
quarts In twenty-four
.4 planing mill hHtwy ofjl/oorton nnlTsrslry. a life bone; Milk and barley water and of all kinds "
govern of fenlversity' rollece: one of
peptonlred milk are all nutritious and .'
Send me.v'ur order for doors and window the iHMrd,olpfcoreriiors ..t"u.. cbioil 'llcesiible.VTnre a patent get very We also sell Lime
prick Sash
of Irish IAJ%,\Ing.. Dubn, and one tired of the taste of milk the flavor ((4 ). Cement Doors
frames ballusters brackets etc5 of the vice presidents; of tin African and whatever else
: may be varied by adding with the Mouldings, a builder requires --

and be;'convinced; >MIAMI, FLA I II born oclet at).),Kellit sirs:ureen County.la Ueatn an Irishwoman Rhe ha* physician's coffee or oyster-permission dam, a little brothchlcago strong: at lowest possible figure. "f

OOOOOOOOC300000000CX30CV published. nutneron* historical work News. You Know Where We Are. 14th Street Miami, JXI. >

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, .Western Union Company and though' S Aa
': Yacht Tecoi in Porte I
still in bid teens ran bod! down a .4
{ !The schooner yacht Tocol, formerly j } iJ
'. of Fort My. "ke)'" with, the best of 'em. pEACtMa
owned. by, Ca.pt., Be asco t 1:1g: I
ers, boat and owner being well known I

Lere, came. In yesterday from that Buoy Tender Mangrove Here I 11 ', c'c.:

place in command of Capt. Flank .' The government buoy tender Mangrove ;? '! i I -

Green, her .'new owner, bringing sev- Capt Seymour, arrived in port ';;; ,lt'I.. )H I I \ %

oral families from Fort Myers to make :this morning and moored at the terminal ii. .t i''i I .' Wh Enameled 1
I .1\ A te
"their future home in Miami. The Tocol i,. dock. The Mangrove is making I f ::. .

VlH .return, to Fort Myers in a few [one of her usual trips over the district .
{ days, and will refit and overhaul for inspecting and repairing buoys. 30cFine I
the tourist season after which she i I i' .
... !
win return,here for the winter. Judge Heyser Interviews Governor 1 Bed

t 1.Presents I t. County Judge A. E. Heyser, whore !i Tandem shape,,; Wallet; at $2.05 .

'Lively: Appearance i turned Monday night from a visit to envelope box stantlonery, best, 1
;Trom the, Avenue_D bridge looking 'Jacksonville where he interviewed I parchment paper. A new and I

wall over the river no-less than fifty 'Governor Broward in the, interest of I popular number.. II III

boats of all descriptions can be seen the appointment of Mrs. E. C. Dear- I I '

and the scene is one of unusual! activity. ,born as Circuit Court Clerk to fill the iff.! : on Easy Terms at. .
Apia ticket givenvttk each 25c corcbase _
The majority of these Boats are :vacrncy caused by the death of her "
..kmc crafts and their crews are busy husband, states that the Governor Ara. I I .
them in the I every favorably inclined towards the
HJtttar shape to so to -:"' SELL.IT CHEAPER- $
(round* The others are pleasure appointment and announced'that Mrs i:
yachts refitting for the season's rnis- Dearborn would be chosen were she 1P I I

,''tat 'ud pleunro purposes. Many'if found to be, legally qualified to fill the w, t tl.Chaille&Son I I I \ The!41 House That Treats I

the snacks are now practically ready I office. I 1211 Avenue D: ,

._. .,tr.p? to sea. and today: a numberbf. ; II I I ;t1! '
tiam are taking ice preparatory to the Photos of Miami Rifles. "
t < w If* ,
I. "-' at rt. Some few of these boats ve I I Captain. Frank Jaudon Is displayinga Whiter_the cases were being called'' an YOU RightCount : l

l Already: gone,out and will remits tat !I, halt dozen photographs taken of the old ntgro woman, who Sad been sum \s. VII .

or In, the rower bay, until they Miami Rifles while In encampment_at moned'to!' appear,; said to the court:

;Lje made satisfactory catches.. j,Orlando. One scene is the croup of "JeJge. done full up my :well last Furniture Co
'I\" officers which Is especially good; .then Dlcht...,.. Only'two' of:the cases-were : :/ .
a .
ai. .es.lit Western.Union Office there are snaps of the encampment en dlspoied of, the 'others -being. contln- ,
masse and In single groups, full dress ued. "rll '' ::
Several changes In the force of. the parade and a comic one of '"some || i, ... .t ,
/local Western Union Telegraph office t
fun- The Miami Rifles bold their '
.uJ take,place between now and the fit,of November. Herbert R. John- I own in the :'matter of military appearance .it
and excellent drilling and the l PAPERS FILED B Bf e "
.Ian who has been ,connected with thefor 'ti'w .,.. .:t'.ti-'
taking pride.ID'the -
boys are great
0ce the put year or more haslean I k W* XXXOCOOCOCCCOOOOCC #
transferred to Jupiter as mana- portrayed: results of their labor. and Montage' deed, Sherrod 8.' Haisten .
to John t L. Ricker for $147.60, lot 17,
ratient perseverances.
;I' [er of the .office_there and left forx ,
blockj. Sost's addition, Miami.
Oat'place last night. He is succeeded .

bare by Mr.W. W. Perry, of this etty.Mr. I Judge ]End hands full Satisfaction of mortgage,i( W. A.'' "'Yo 'n Just T8. spoiling emir War.the baby," re- NEW YORK'S:'MUNICIPAL _

.. .' W. F'.'oKsaOK: who came. here a at this morning's session of the Municipal Johnston to Sherrod 8. Hatsten.rWaFtanty I I I HOTEL ARRIVALS. I I. rated the young mother. FERRY LINES

>few: _months ago from NashvlHe. Tenn., Court says yesterday's .Jackiconvlfle [i ; deed, Ernest Stypmanato "That must be a mistake" responded

*. assistant ,manager of the offlee,.bas Mtttropo1li.j] There.were, 123 It. ;.J|.baker, for ISO all of j block 14, the new; grandfather. "ltvrybodytbisays : New 'York October Z5.- The asa-;

tsdered'his I resignation to take effect -,cases .on the docket, the greatest number Sfuar3j| .1'I Southern C. H. Wilklns. Hallandale the baby .. spoiling ID"-QI.. nlclpat line of ferryboats; from .the

November 1st, and will resign of prisoners, In this tribunal .atany Warranty deed, Annie C. buffy and ; R. George Deckel, Atlantic City: ; ago rribme. : S1I Battery' to Staten Nana was_formally[

from hnsbajtd to Mellle Ingtanam!| for $525. E. E. Ph'\lpe. Cocoanut Grove ,. opened today and the boats were well
the telegraph. business. His sue one, time during the "Big Judges'idminlatration. ; -..' ;1 I A lra/iH.R
Iou ,' 8 and 9, block Johnson patronised during the morning and
eeaor",hat :not yet been appointed Of the cases on the ? 19 ft 'l'be.lolller-Cheeriup. old boy. Someday '
(hough be will probably: be a man sent locket 1131 were for alleged violation Wadd.' ,l'l plat north' ,, Miami San Carlos Mrs. F. A. Barrett, ou'U fet In on the ground door early part of the; afternoon.- The act-.

owa> ,from Jacksonville. Herbert'of the city health ordinance la one. Warranty& 1 deed, Minnie Clinolly( and Mrs. F. M. :'Bryan and F. A. Bar The! onah-If I do, I'll tumble Into nal.test of the boats will come during-

Johnson transferred to Jupiter as man-'way or another. In a number of casef husband .to T. C. Inwood, for $1 and rett. Fort Lauderdale. : I IB'acayne the cellar.-Tom Watson's Magasine. the rush hour 'this evening. The boats

aster.. Is one'of the youngest yet efflc-:'the prisoners were 'charged with havIng otteroonatteratlonj; lot 15J block 1. I De_ ...... are large and'swift!' and are Bondered Y"-

. tart telecra'ptieii in' the employ of the open wells on' their 1 reml eL t Lem&; City. ]I Ip' W. I. Jones,!'Loul:m -Anything you want' down-I, a great ,'improvement over tfe* '
i old, boats used, heretofore. :;
town .
today my dear Shall I order
some more ef that |s-lf rising floor t
J Pact that should'. convince!, Wife- -We hare plenty left. But I wish Has Stood Test For 25 Years

Parallel-I it : Ton vHntband'onld stop at an Intelligence offieq The old original Grove's Tasteless
Deadly and order me a self;rising.servant gh'It14e Chill hnlc.' Toubow'wbat.rou
: :. ; the most Skeptical '!'I York Weekl7.I I taking.. 'It*.. iron aid quinine Icataiteleai .

" form:, No cure no pay.

- The question of regular! : prices versusThe: Great Sale and Saving Bank, values A tomato farmer after having shipped II : .

s, :1..the. bulk-pf hIs'crop will sell out his last few of odds and ends, culls %etc., for an almost nothing figure. Our policy is to carry w

J"; po goods|pver from season to: season and in our great vlng sale'-.you will find prlce we fear you will never'be:) able;:to duplicate Honda East Coast Railway.

month : M
gainyfocmany"a to come. : N ,a, ,
1" 9"
I71t t .. t :; Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to'Sept'7,; MB;

'. 12.95 foramens 3.so.and 4.00 F 500 I' ...
f"'rO. Pants .p. ..fJ.
un ** rows'M
:,' '._ We have made( a big reputation tSl.lt as Ovn-atA.YR.

this line ,andj' customers tell us ... ..I".. Ie!ISATZOXS w to w e.'
Famous'the world over for l the Strong 1.0y l Ihily Daly Dally
3.50 14-00 our pants are r r5
their: fine best in Dade We J. /lop 't11 Lv.-.....2l1eanlJot_._ 1 tap eel
wearing wearers .
__ ..
i i' lOt P a 41 ." a Jaetnvttm. ... I. e1 p $415, r
'J and fit have stock J of these hand i in t'ithey'are t llplea .maeara4y__ .. t.. I' rre.i aaii..4ap .
a big
qualities perfect [ on l1r4 ,". _--11_...__._ .Np .rl '
; 6 .most'all kinds' of material and 0e Saving, 'IOyUso_ --- st.....u__ .1 eq.
cheap' at: 7 nearly 'J' 7 sf/JI-13 ---.u..._. .. t co 'r
and 8 dollars. 'All 'in'all sizes. This price) is an extremely. *' : .9' 45 p11f1, .... ._ hIM ...._ .. "1apl1es leap! t. -I:

. fine' worsted 'and _cass -{ low one: and\te: guarantee the wear Banks "= -rn-a@L.: _"--_-_.._.. .raI-.......,...- L A flu.15 ,.I_a_s.. _.

r d.flannels. of aunt sold. &liS ____I JI..ra __ I. i n.. .'J .0.
: meres ; .every .. .
f, a.n ]! ,' t .. .arerIIa __ ii, p 's. -
sariag price,, Our low saving! j rice,; $2.95 0. IIUr." p Ja6J.J"'p".1-IIu..L.____ '.. .".t." 1'. e.e. ';1
$4.90 .
t ... +:.:.. a..' ;_.:. at. .. . .j.i . -I. ( Free 0.1. 'a I 1'P 1" r -.aran, .IIA!e N,._ .001' ,tn ..
,, .Up! N
;.. ..' e rip! 1 14V.Ar -_ .. ..Iflf ",.pnL........_.. 1111.. 1 11'
c 10:1.I.-44pAr! ____ tnkallden. L'I.S'.. lop r 0.

-f toY t011_ sUpi"100 ; ___txaoci'aura--Cab.City. JIIDrtloa___ ... l/uP es4 C ..
f :A u I' 2 p I". _.... !C... 11111'''''' I... J110q. 'II) .n-
Few SensaBoys' Clothing Every boy: and girl CIW.. I 51 P _, Ink Bill .. aJ. .6t10
)[ till .
!!.2.l. 1 ono n "--'-' TItuaCn ---....._.' } 1_a aato
. In; 'Miami' should r.jar "____ ..LI.'''.... .___ Latlusvali, 'top fa
; ,,flta aLv,, _. --.-- -,..._.._._ ._ 5(05
I have j of these ......_.... ..... C
3 one I 8e :,I /rt ls _... Lw I II I.t-it.. 0' 3
I Values I i '" IR.L. ..._
f .eo..A. : '
\ I i largest and I I I banks. Just the II 11?4 "I. !; .. _-_......xeklelfe.Esu 0:1.. :' ___ ... 'II 1"12.1 I. "t' I.. at ....,..I

I 112 ce : ._._rmb.urae.' ,. .._ 1
' thing to -- II. a. 1 11y
1- keep your i ___ __ .
11. a IWo..UAA t91.Ya
; Miami 1':1'1" 1104 a t: &I
t Stock _. ._.
.JL LIhM .. -
i That' are 'Limited.B money in 1 and every 1&Sa y'O! 4-.._.Ati'ie'. ,. .._ .. I.I"U".J",Cstratp,' :.1.r ...
; =: ..
J I I i ( 21. VI" __ T..to.. ___ OY.a llrfG ta.
it j I bank. has a secret :a.l+ :' ; lrp.v'; =. .=' ::.: :.=::= : sr a.l :: : :.p s w
' \ I V$2.9O for 3, 50 and 4.00 combination- fu 2D. f em''' ... "
I' 55c for our Sweet Orr and : 1J Caea ta s,1" --.---....A'.lew..nd.-. _" .4nu.nl flaa'Irp; -0
boys'suits.; 'iS 3'11" .W..tl".n..r. ._ a 7' 'iS pi
Railroad Overalls. worth > lock 1Ur.t" 'II' b +
750.to j so no 'we.
one can ,
each M, : ;: :,: ; is".. "= .;. P.In...'..:"-.Lwca._ ..== .:: 7 7 :, :. 01 4: pl ,
i.oo. Only 2 pair to them but n. a 2"! pI ,1..r., f.o': Q.
for open II II'
.._$3.90 and your ,,
< 4.50 1. e 021 _._ 1 H
customer.. boys' suits.' i 5.00'1 1ti self. A bank free w to .. ..I" 3ft ..._ ... 1 I" a"r .'It tit V
; :s 4 aa' 10 42 .1:1 S I. a, f c4 QD
! 1 f':" i I with every pair ofboys' 11I: e 0 u I.I'IM'J a',ll .. : ____ Lo- t l al'4 a a 1 f.D" '..

i." Sac for the genuine no. 50 $4.45.fot; 6.00, 7 oo and i3. -
or girls shoes D1 I.r: INlK
i .
ScnvelElastlc Seam Draw 8.00 boys' suits. I H01dESTEAD L1TT t1IDN >?
:| ,
: ; It r 1.0. II..
that cost over I 1.25-
for ,, -
: erk.sold 'inall'
; : stores 75C iI __. _.__
L. __
.- ."1 tod' i.oo.: Only two pair to Remember a savings bank J A bank free with 10 a ro III a",,,_-.-.,.--. Ar ._....,,,, ..KI&.I___ L.art. .__ l Prop DO rot::

':. 'each customer: free with: every. boys suit that ; every boys suit of Nwiiww j I p.ljj
-' ., 0 .. Ie : a.; to true / !t
clothes .... BA roar BJtAJlOB'. woe
is also. ,
J ( E. a.a.
I :-- .bought. 0.1, .11(0': ( i I I taw Dvl y nay Dally

4.45' for' Edw. (Grapps-- 1 sd P 1010 .1 110 P II t0 a L..._.JMUftaYnIe.-_'fir Cis a 1f rep 111
J I ...... _....
Any suit of clothes' in our store 101 p 10.1 a.oa. 'I' ss 8 Ar.. : "' i..G iii 1117 s
-r y. pants ....1' 1010" .. .-.hItIu 7 es u.. se
Y P 10 a. t -" : 1 e 115 _____
.,: .. $6. ;$-7. $8.OO Shoes worth rS and 85090c : r "I,fl at $9.90 ;! .1, 11 ID f Io.PI..8 _rayport:--_ u 1110 / N 1p/ -

.. ";!,,, .. I 'Alfred Benjamin] & Co., 15.00, 1800'and' 20.00 suit. All FBdKSlUI ACT OCCIDENTAL STUlSflff CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI

''1i1e; '. finest and best-wearers on : for knee pants worth f Tnust go. Such art offer has nevei been heard of in Miami

"oo and 1.25 ''Itt the past and will probably never be duplicated in the Clest Cee'ectlee Mate at *tla.l wltk Steasrahlfs. ef the P, a 0.S. $. Cemree Pw

,earth.,.' only 0 shout 30 pairs at L 'I -future. ,All of then are far less than HAVANA AND KEY :
.this pr1ce..-20 per ct. disc on all S1. 0 for boys knee pants ;infg. cost and our loss on these will be $9 90 \'t.

:reg. Edw.Clapp, shoes :In stock. worth !r.50, 1.25 and 2.00 ?.heavy. Stock must bo, hence, the9.90 price. JB_TtawTable. *mow lb.atm.s at which trmin.may b.MpfrtMl to arrive ai and 41....,. .
- I "*'-11 rf ...'. thesev.ralaatkfIsbill Uitlr tnlTaj!' or dnpartcr*at UM Uaet MalMl la not(UAIWIMT*
tor ia mla Cora pan.r k>ba held ra.jIOZIAUIIe& :7 dMayaikr any eoo*>4iMBca.anaJIIC,........,,_
f :We have cut the \ .
D-Ul.l DC* not in t I I a I e Began Oct. 20
C's, For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD'or Other Information
.<- 'tisement" and you season.AnthonyRomtli closes November 4. On account
'paid by going: ,thr such low prices no goods will be "SEE THE, TICKET AGENT."
andt-burifiir tow charged to anyone at (the "ad"Wtnt J
i for.the'ct mID{ : 'II I prices. Cash only at ad prices. J D.. RAHNER; A st- Gen P.... Ajt.. ST. AUGUSTINE> pi.vIhfi

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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Davis, a c. I \\'Ik1u of Hallandale, is ORDER Tf : ,

1,1 -AT- fine girl.E. among!pie business visitors in the city Metropolis Bureau "& \ MaCuRE THE BEST. "
,::1 j t' today. '!, '. Key West Fla.. October" 24.. .\ -

E. Phelps, of Cocoanut Grove Is ----- I Mrs. Hanlon, wife of Capt P. Han- Tonfc. cigars within reach whea ahovt It

s. Book Store. in the city today greeting friends and TwoCars of brick for, use In building '.Ion and family returned to the city _' Better have one or twetgood nm.1g0

I J., transacting busl e88. thgrill? room and other additions :Wednesday from a five months visit I than' a dozen of Inferior,quaBtyvHavana :
," Royal i to northern cities.visiting BuffaloNew tobacco may b* bigtprleeil'
I to the| Palm are being Brew,
Mr. and Mrs. George Carver, of Bon unloaded on the grounds today. l York. Newport and Philadelphia.Th but that doea not prevsnt.M'frrtaj: .

60c fa month. ton. Mass., have|arrived in Miami aril '' steamship Olivette, which has our customers the ereeTleat.,,
are. domiciled with Rev.. H. 0. Porter. been plying in northern waters since
: .
i il-50fpr 3 months .. The flrlm pleasure'launch Edith fine new brain tonic HAVANA
June returned Wednesday from Philadelphia FILLER toll i *t4 ft
owned"br Capt. Jvar Lowe is Just off the Acme Bott- '
4 lIdrlof be M. :church ; between from t --
$600: for one year The. c E. to take up the run .j
t' the wajjj looking trim and spank and works. drinks _
"':,"'> will Ung Our '
: South meet lat;'the church Friday Tampa Key West and Hatana.l TheOlivette '
is noW Jteady'tor pleasure parties... I Norma Martha ft trit
.- afternoon ,to organize Junior for are pure and fresh.
f' a' Ep- left ": Tampa" Wednesday good smoke having tae tan aroma cA
worth. I I i >11" I afternoon. We use only fine *. '
'5 granulated the best leal /
+ I r i iH Mr.: and! Mrs. F. A. Barrett and Mrs.F. .
'" 1 1UAYES
A robbery took place on the government sugar In syrups r 1

1 .. WeHaieAde" I II Dr. J. W. Albertsoii' ,, of Long,Branch, 14.. .B...ryan of, Fort Lauderdale, are tag Osceola Thursday night, ," I\ ,
nearby neighbors In the
N.;. 7., arrived ln|,Miami yesterdayandhas amonj"the greeting friends and transacting when some valuable instruments and Acme Bottling .
accepted a position as prescription l'" books belonging to the tug were carried I
I $nsinesa''. .. THE [CIGAR MAN If
clerk in the Red Cross /Pharmacy for away. The watchman at the D&1'.1' Works > .

the winter. I .ffIi L j \ al reservation tan Capt. Mathews Mb Stfwt. West of lce Factory.. OPPOSITE:" HOTEL BISCAYHB,- ,

The iehoner smack Irene, Albury of coming off the wharf at a late hour !
For Sale.-' Oliver II typewriter, practically he Mttjvalne!! ,,fishing fleet is hauledout with a bundle and reported the mat 'I '

J good, many enthusiastic new. Can pe had on easy terms. on,;:jthe ways of the Miami BoatWorksy ter. He was arrested on suspicion of -Last| night from 7:07 to 7.30 the I C. C. Carroll i

friends among'housekeepers Typewriter can ;jbe seen Metropolis I .i 'nndergoing repairs i preparatory -knowing something of the affair and wireless station on the ialand.was'mcommunication |E

Office.l'i l'ii I l'i'; t ;;going to the grounds.Gree .made a confession to John A. Carey, .
by unusual values of the i I : fishing with New York. Phila.delphii. i
HJJ;i. an ex-policeman who later secured .I i '.
and Atlantic CIt7., The messages
Margaret 'who' turtle'stew' at Marks' Oyster the articles and took them to the com
Mrs. Arnold Groom
Cut G less sent out from the stations menr' I
has been very|111 daring her 'two and Chop House, 410 Twelfth I II streetTBeriuxIliary mander of the station.. A, hearingwas tioned ( caught here but 1 this station -
with WI'S. -I E I I given Capt Matthews before the The jHomeseeker's:
,months visit her mother was unable to reach the places .r.
I United
4: Chinaand I Arnold, at Lex flOD, Ky. Is expectedto schooner Gary, ownedby States Commissioner Friday from whence the messages came.The _1 '. '*,
arrive early next month.. thC!,)t'lorlda'FIsh Companycame Into afternoon, and he was placed under station was also spoken !by cruiser.. A
,4 $150 bond for his appearance at the _
'port1 1this| morning and after' over West Virginia last night at 8:20. The
jnext term of the United States court.
;Silverwhich The fishing smack, Gertrude Is anchored haullnf Jwill' engage In mackeral flih-! warship reported that she was anchored A good business opening 'fee On

"., In the bay, having arrived hererecently lug fo-ijthat company.I The charre.defendant of" the. until recently, off I' South' Pass which''; is at the right man. at a real bargala.Ave ,
government tug
they find here and from Moorehead. She Is en- jl' so' ; mouth:'of the river! near jprteans.messageffrpnV t. 1 :' l' :

I carry'sway." It Is about.. routeto1 Mlalml"where'she] : will;,Join The schooner Two Brothers' A.smack not now in the service. ha.j A: the ( Nr'J <9hii !u. lA f: 1ot-ibti&{ $ ati,"' 6L a.r
'do little rhaul ll' 'a fleet oF mackerel'fl8hingboaUj-8t ', owned y the South Florid PWh Co.. The lighthouse' Laurel also caught by the The'! ': ship a>The*.hr t taxe fexDdlacs OB
time to a ov 1 Coigreve, arrived Thursday from, i
I into this lot
Augustine Record. came port; thts'iatlrutng from thewest' was communicating, with e'Mallory
__ trig,now,to'have the table l l'j bile where she has been undergoing I
coast and will Join the fleet of i liner Concha, telling her to keep a One 20x60, StxSO and three- J
look best and most : I her starboard one a
its appetizing repairs. When ,two days out
I I Furnished rooms' to rent 233 11th that company jia the fishing business I( rand look-oat for the tug Lansing and the room building, also a -valuable'tot'
for apperite "' shaft, broke but was, not lost
'j street i ,...#' this seMon. >: I|' I barge she has in tow. 8t| Augustine of machinery engine etc Pries for
:t ... .. .. J1 L i' was hoisted.'on 'deck. .A !survey: Recott. '
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all $150 terms! .
i f I on easy
the ervipea has been ordered bT,:the Inspector at
: Having'engaged, of an The par of rued plants and ferns
t 'MAYNAthSON: expert,.baker w'e: win be prepared to that Rare sent from the Royal Palm I this station. t I Two business lots on avenue IT
the with horn Mr., Moses of New York arrived $1300 and $1500. These are good
furnish public wide .
greenhouses last week to St. Angus-
: tti Cake"Beginning' JoIon- on the.itallory boat Wednesday, be- .D tCENTA WORDVICTORTalHIgMacklmsadasrorde bnsiness.inveaunenta.' +
bread., I
Jtwtmi" P i thlCL4NS' tine decorating for thereception; I '
; day. October yCth. MoSUi's, ,, Dairy the Jn* companied by two expert divers '
; of .President there was" returned,"tfTfti : 2 fane residence vacantlots: on ;:'
.yt Lunch, 11th street.1: .. _,*.;01.* ; here this m6rnlng and restored in.thft trfpefsTtofengage.In, the 1OOCOOCOOCOOOCOCOCO Biscavne avenue, opposite to Dr.
: ,
.1; I JH 1 *" sponge business of I!Tarpon Springs. at Graham N. E. Maine$450 ud$SOODou't

.I Nett to Pestoffice..fib. Ha,: i Ilwtth:: B.the.*Florida(:i. East! Ytameonaected Caost,;; land 1 1Tatnmjof Jejpartment green! 1-,: I IThepladles .f library ,-1 : The ed an schooner a sloop Irene'boat has' purcbl.been, charter here d.... Old racordi uckaiml. for sew.SO*.AT.D..- on'wash to make a food

of the Lemon at NO iWHITE' FL'XfAJJ5S.K( > 10 acre home on County rock road
1 and one of the .1 leading de; and the crew. will leave In* fjjw days
,|wlll give' .a dance on Tuesday, .erlee. Flee_and two-yru bad. of oraif near Larkins. Prices, location mad
Magic for the dirt These menwfUgo ..'nlt.Icnoa,lire .. :
: pen of the: City, was 4mg11thth sponging ud other clt. ticn. quality all right
31 for the benefit of the iibIsir: foi &M ..
flpeciat..u to '"'::0-" !!! Oct-JS.
:::. ,,, '';' ( well known j Flbrtdlans at the Music down In'.1hlD..nlta, : and select CoaoleM calalorM _taiala..1yat..ble' cil-
iyTimes rye by the Biscayne OrebestriAll '; the b'est'spongeiuftst can I[be had '.ra I Boten.f re*. Addre*,0.W.Cumtr.pro
Aragon yester Union.it '
it 1 are 1 i cordlafj/ invited for foe ,market1: : prietM"T.aprl. FU. jj C c. Carroty
Sell I ekckaar after for old Victor Record
1 1 Dop't Dogs s sBut .r. Pmt
,Miss Nellie i JBuWe returned last ncT-revenue cutter Oresbani'ant! to METROPOLITAN TALKING

: night from )JacksonvKle were she The k dredges:, 'at work in the hay and ed J$' port Thursday: from Charle.j ria.MACHINE'Catalogues. ('OzJ tree: Mai Sl 7" 'JacknoiTlllt 214 Are.D.Iettteea: tad rd 3rd SL ..
ship canal! are reported'to be having' IWa.tlld
witha ton"{ take ehargeOf the
went Sunday : view to becoming to buy: for ash S to 10 acre of land,
1 can give a nurse, but finding l conditions unsatisfactory trouble;:In securing men with which. war'i.and.wlll to'wher to Baltimore for ': ., Improved or anlmprored.' W. Miami, Florida. t
E. *Co MI llth Street. ,
decided/ to ;postpone, thecommencement to operate them. This is 'especially extensive repairs.: ;I The forward oas Criffln

; of I study. true dt.:."the East Coast dredge which I I been 'dol .quarantl1l4t duty at Mobile ,
\ Pointeron I II 11 nowworking with a half crew on and came here under-her II steam I from '

Forty acres.jflne I vegetable land- both .htft.t"i\ The trouble "is caused oy Tampa'Friday.Assoon! as coal and M. J. Yarborough .

ELECTRICAL Work pine and ditched ({prairie-for rent In. the men' quitting to go in fishing boats supplies can 'be obtained, the (vessels' ,

your quantities to suit; at a bargain at for the season. will-leave: port J I, Contractor and Builder

1. Arch Creek depotThis property ,The schooner Cbauncey' B Burn. '
1.C. H. BROWN should be wens i jtol be appreclated.Thf Miami i Yacht Agency P. O. Box 353. CaptFisher] from I Pensacolaj bound 'i j ;
Builder dotel .
of the Palm Beach
subscriber will]be found on premise buy and sell yachts, launches andfcoatslci for'Newport: News, arrived Wednesday -, ;
Electrical Contractor, 1113 Are. C I I I I i.
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John H.Welsh.! ;; i *** all kinds. U you want to buy In.' distress, her,,- pumps being choked. I
or sel); give us a call. M. R. Kellum. As soon as they can' be cleared she Mqving a Specialty
: 'MIMr .
i I >. P. B. Jaudon, and son ,.Ins y man'i fr. 'tf will,-proceed. J' !, f fI "

MOffArSI returned last night from South Caro- i 9! A Norweigian steamer, which, has .1 I.1DUNHAM Miami. Florida

[d. ] Many friends were at the sta For Sale Densmore" typewriter I been In the cattle trade between Cuba i

tI n to greet them, and congratulate' secondtjand. A. Baur 2d floor Royal ,and Mexico, arrived' Friday io takeoff .
Kr. Ivan upon!his recovery from the Palm:Swimming Port Casino,.14th St. her,pens after which she will go ,

severe attack of typhoid which he had .. ., *. I into other business.! THE CANOVA

r exper need while'at Lone Star. Thr horses at auction, Saturday. I I The whole city took a boll ,ay Friday I i

\UairylunGh 'rKrs. 'r---: 10 .. ,October 28th. at P.'B..Jaudon'sAuctiofi .to1.aecide the 'I!contest betweedCharea Miami, DecoratioJ-ICom'pany,

B\TLuttrell was hastily ;: House, 1316 Avenue'O. One L. Knowles and Geo. G.Brooks

1 1I summoned to I I HaHandale Monday grey ware, 7 years old.-sound fordrlr--j as police, Justice. -.A t the city elec- I H.... ... Sip

I Evemhlng'new.. including. t night writes, that, she. found her: sister, Ing o light' farming horse: One black 1:rkmthere' was ... unvote and the
Mrs. Leslie, \nd another sister Miss mare.l6! years old, sound medium size. I I
I to let a
: PaiD.tij1il
the building making, ,the Carrie Leslie 'very, ill, but. was' renal One Worrell, ( pony, four years old. 'l primary: decade; 'thijj election. More i :

lieved to find matters were notworse. broketa to barns,. These horses than a hundred more votes were t, poUred Paper Hanging: and Kalsomlning !:

i cleanest 'and neatest, ,;' dingy, LI 4Cot. not i lajKooJ ,condition, haying been I in the primary than the city'elec' I Agency Peat's Wall, 'Papers.

in drlreiy oTerland from Tampa. P. J. When the vote was announced I '4

i,\ ailsoanf;!' the 'dtYJ' ,; ;I F. G. B I outer, commander" cf i Jaudott| Auctioneer' 1316 ..Avenue D.MUsiWande red 7:30. Friday' night Brooke' had Call i or write;* for Estimates. ,Off,1315 w DANNOUNCEMENT

r:0 R -,.,, the Second regiment of State troops, by 294 majority.I As soon as the

AN.IDeAL-PLAC: who h the-encamp Hampton entertaIned was announced'J the calliope, whir r

: FOR LADIES meat,:left today f' for his home'In Key seTer""I.frlends at the hotel Everglade I tie began to blow and I in a few minutes

-- + / West He, goe( by way of Miami and last f>*enlng. an' Impromptu musical I the whole city was shouting, and the -, .
: will stop over in that city several Jays progritt, and flinch constituting the uproar continued hours i I' Miami '
e tot Conservatory of Music 225 Twelfth St.,
Not Connected with a saloon to visit his son there.-Lake City Correspondent progriim of the1 occasion. Also there ,

4 T1 ,-Unlon.I were' fubstantiajs! and'dainties served Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Muller I, and The noted teacher of singing '*? s' *1Mi"ss '

:: i In tbi bljilnlng room. Miss Hampton's Mr. and ,Mrs. Rich!]I parents of Mrs-
:; '
f' i
BUttermilk day
every- For your bathroom fixtures. go to : la3hoBplalltjr:: arranging a most Muller, who are Journeying' southward JULIA T RRb.I. .

l' 5c'glass.. Light tee W. J. Brown la the new Front Build temPt ii k ';'me u. The guests were(overland ''frdm Re Wing Minn., in
1 ofi & ..... .
rf I 1. Code. kTlr. TniL (pupil of 8m Gier..1. .
freshmcnts served- dur- Ing. corner Avenue D and 11th street Mss li ne Jaudon., Miss Maude Coachman ,an automobile reacted Lexington. Ky., IleniclieULonioi.EairUad: dutra oitle Tool I...i.n....i.Mna.lty Ccl. )... a.d fcpwlru c-s-
i std btlldl I than of tinging win plea! >e nit tr write the 6custtvtrryfv '
Mrs. : hnbeprtku
ing all hours I Glover. Messrs. John this morning and wjlll arrive In Nash, a
Auxiliary yacht "Curlew new' fivehsrse Gardaeij. Ben Hawkins, Walter Van- vHle Voice tested free. Krv <-,""a..Jo.nt. tbi* .eaou .r. a fnj ravictwd I1..
the ,
on 30th. win be ..
t _
several I .
f inderirartm Bxler the I aflivci Birrfm* fly that vakra tk BrM year tu mule a p.......
,f 3rd door ;!:east-of Avenue Don 13th Steninge| engine and good tall I II taDdJd: ham, Tom McGahey and Mr. weeks later however, before they arrive ,0 Head of a dr ig.ry to the little(01".. Aluoa maitloln" dtpar.eiMit. 'l'era.17 na......
win be sold cheap. B. B. Tatam- ,Jor! 1l/
oat Buildinjj. Maimi 'la.f In Miami. FRA.NKUN COLEMAN
I street ,I I : BUSH. [m.japanese .-
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i '-' -, o. rir '" 1- .. i. __.c-v. ...,owes X..;-" i,.. _>, -1.-. ,,.,". ....... I- r '

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palm to deftly arranged to cover till ell oO I -- set Ly; hnJ,and o:! cal ash,this %.1- Don't Borrow ,Trouble

}I ugly corner or tiat.. or a pictm to: day of October A. D., 1905.
( LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .' It to a bad bath to borrow anythingbut
hung at SUet the fight angle to draw: I N. P. S. May Robinson,

attention away frtm a water stain on i Notary Public. the worn thing you can possibly

the paper bororw. Is trouble. When sick,

.I rli It to possible to acquire that Quality, I. fMTVjdRDISANCEAn I such operations.j I II My commission expires May.121908. sore heavy, weary: and worn,out by

difficult as it may seem by systematically i. 1( I Without in' any particular, limiting the pains and poisons of dyspepsia,
&dJn the remedy. The back Orjiaoce. to Amend Section 7 of :any of the/objects and powers of the State off :New York. I

I'r I li DR. ANNA. W. BLOOMER. of a piano' for nstanc. If the only : Article"" -*:'!, of the Ordinances of the [leorporatl It Is hereby expressly declared I County 4f Niagara as. biliousness disorders, Brighfs disease, and similar t '
I don't sir'
I 4 place ID: the room where yen can put that On day personally appeared before down and '
I liE provided the corporationshall
Jj 1 it hasn't wall bide City Miami relating to Revenue brood over but l! ,
Blew Trk PkrBtef. ... Ha Wmj enough space to the James T. I Ii. your symptoms, fly for
Taxation hare power to issue bonds f Brundage to me ,
j r. iWealth.. back can be covered with tapestry er .... and Licenses relief to Electric Bitters. Here yon
i It' ;and other obligations In pay- well kn wn as one of the persons de- ,
i| a woman to.climb to'the top In other hangings, a low wide stool Section Be It ordained by the i. will find sure and
permanent forgetfulness -
I the-;medical profession is a' matter to moved up against it and piled high City Conndi of the City of Miami that i fluent for property purchased o.r a- I scribedname tin and who subscribed his I of all troubles

wonder at, but when she earns fl O.000 with cushions makes! an attractive, Section *,of Article 1 of the ordinances :: -I quired by it, or for any other object t<' and executed the foregoingarticles your and yourbody

I 'J',ear she strikes a hard blow to the coal seat out olj I a very unattractive of lie City of Miami, relating to Iln or about Its bushes; to mortgage 'I of Incorporation .as and for I win not b"biir.Kne4 by aloat

almost nnlrersal masculine assumption Place.. the art! des ,of of the''of debt disease. :At all druggists.
I revenue.!i taxation and licenses, be or pledge any stocks, bonds or other incorporation '
of superiority. Dr. Anna W. There's no pretense calked Into play Price 60c. GuraatofJ.
i:Mlam! ransfer Company, and did j
:,; obligations, or any property real per acknowledge -
amended so as to read aa follows:
,Bloomer of New York has however, nothing but a brave gift of making the .' '
.: 'attained this distinction In the arduous best of things, |land the effect upon 'Seetl| 7. The City Council of sonal and mixed. which I may be, acquired -I that he executed the same J t
I It, to bonds, otea :for the purposes and uses therein expressed Full of Tragic Meaning
profession of medicine. Probably ofAU every one who comes In contact with said city' shall at Its first regular by. secure any

:walk of life that'of the physician; that sort of spirit to marked the best meeting.In:' July, or as soon thereafter or other obligations by It.Issued or incurred are these lines from 3. H. Simmons

'swems most Incompatible with preeon- sort of way.Tri. :' as practicable, ascertain and determine ; to make and I[ perform con- It witness .whereof. I have hereuntoset of Casey, la. Think what rnijhl hare

erred ideas of feminine gentlenessand I this tracts of any kind and description: ; my hand and official seal this 3d resulted from his terrible cough It j
amount of to be raised .
lore of ease To be at the beck Stoat f Ceases ClvthM. money

of Ui and in carrying out its business, or day A. .
1k Every: woman |should learn bow to by for city purposes, and the .
j of furthering N. P. S Geo. O. Sheppard .which he nines: "I had a fearful
I change her clothing. Take off the rate fdt| general purposes shall not for the purpose attaining or |

I Irl shoes yon have been wearing all day be morojthan; ten ((10) mills on the any of Us objects,,to do any and r Notary: Public. couh, that disturbed my night'*; t

JI' and put on other shoes. Tbe pinch will Patterson & Erwin, I tried ,
k rl dollar oi'the, real: estate and personal all other acts anti things I which i are rest. everything but nothing

come la a dlfferenf place.. Take off propertyjin the City of Miami. now or hereafter may be :authorized: Attorneys ,lor Incorporators. would relieve It, until I took Dr.
I the blouse yon have worn an day and I
by law, and to exercise any+ and all ,King's New Discovery for coasump-
the The city Council also levy an
collar which]ba been round yew may I NOTICENotice I
throat since morning and put on.a dif additional tax of not exceeding three other powers, which a I co-partnership I ; ton! coughs and colds which completely -

ferent blouse and ,a different collar. mills for repairs and internal Improvements or natural person sould do and:exercise I cured me." |Instantly relieves
You nave no ides how a fresh Mouse and not exceeding ten and which are now or hereafter to hereby given tha the annual ,and permanently cures ,all throat
rests one, and especially a fresh pices meeting of the !stockholders of )
LPR mills for'streets, parks, buildings and may be authorized by law. I and lung diseases; prevents grip and
of neckgvar. I The pln.h gws on a dif ..,< the Consolidated Fruit Company wilt i
ferent set of mOle!.. Chsnglnc' die other improvements to be placed to I I'' Article 3, The amount ct tia cap be heldtln! the directors' room I of the pneumonia. At all druggists; pat'I I

underwear to a good plan, sod best dan the credit of the Commissioners of i ital stock shall be Fifty Thousand In anteed; SOc ad 100. Trial bottle
Fort Dallas National Bank the city
Is changing the corsets.! The bones Public [Works.The. '. (150,000.00) Dollars, divided Into'' Five ,free.I .
I of Miami, of Dade and Stateof
will rub no matter[bow carefully you ;City Council may also levy such I Hundred (60<1) shares of the par value county
plan things and! a 'new', corset mesas Florida, on the 6th day of Novem- I A Pleasure to AI
of One Hundred (11100.001) Dollars '
additional tx not. exceeding fire i
/ i : yon feel as though :jyou "qt :jost beginning mills all may be necessary for lightIng i each, which shall be payable In lawful ber. 19 "5, for the election of I directors I No Pill is as pleasant and positive,
a dar Instead of JI tItntall.. DeWltt's Llttly JUsers-lhese
the for they! ensuing year, and for the as fcrly
.. .. 'thndt7.Section; money of United States of Amer ,
iI Vi,' 4. transaction ,of such other business as Famous Little PIUS arc so mild and: VSEABOARD
cent of said
2. All ordinances and part ica. Fifty (50) per, I +
that children .elcate".a"lea
may properly come before the meet- : t-
A rheaka.t That.The of ordinances In conflict With'the provisions' capital stock. shall be' subscribed and
r at I : sf 1 I Ing. \ T- V. Moore. Secretary.Two and weak people! enJoy their cleansing -
foUowtoc|course !
J' ; hereof be and they are hereby pall for In cash, before!, said corpora- .
/ win work wooden. It sold. web a effect, while strjag people say
tion shall transact business and
1 j'' 3'AUi : wrinkled throat and, flabby chin U persisted repealed] any, desirable office rooms for rent hey are the test lire pits ever sold.
PaaU'Oetober 10. A. D. 1805. the balance shall be payable In cash .
DJL wens: m.ooKEL In faKbfoUy: J'tnt.ala fa* in thef Metropolis un_ B. B. W. H. Howen. Houston Tex says*

mad'emU of all the city or county ta chin and throat la hot ..- afototea F. W. Hahn upon call of the board of directors.. Tatum.[ *tf For: years', I nave use.! Little Early Risers I
< the finger tips with' good sop sseass President of City Council. Article 4. The corporation shall f
sleep. at Irregular hours, to, bear ezposvre I Pillr In family No bsttte
I my,, ;'
and starting with the left' ,had under continue and have full to
to an sorts of weatber-bttfaerto Atte : )(. R. Kellunf power exercise -
For Sale.- Oliver typewriter, practically .. pill can oe use:! for cotattpaaoa, alele
brII> )
the rfcst ear, draw,It ) bat leer.b ,
,:this has been the part of a man. But : City Clerk. Its corporate franchises, privileges '
from ear to chin. ft6a.taD the I new Can be had on easy terms. headache, etc. that theM I famouslittle .
world more rapidly In this new .
iCe Approved October 10 A. D. 1905. and immunities 'for the term of 1
century: u Dr.Bloomer wen exempli right band and J repeat the movement' Typewriter can be seen at Metropolis plls." So' by Pivciyn .Drug .
i from tile left sM psssiois from John Sewell. ninety-nine ((99) years from and, after \
1L The
Lea la speaking of;,her caning she Office. | ; C*
l I/1 herself says: "Unless a woman has anvmsroal chin to ear should,!be JI&W.'IJat ,ndsr "fj 1; Mayor.WXKPORATION.. the commencement ,of its corporate S t

amount: of;;vitality and n- the chbi me pressure sbostd be flrso. existence.

laraac;; the medical profession Is no Ten minutes of this exsrriq sbootd be I Article 5. The business of the cor : (

Of*.for, her., >Che must also not be too followed by a douche of colA water.to (Non41Of .' _, poratlon shall be conducted by a board I
which baa been {added a little astrst-
impressionable else the troubles of To Whom It May Concern:' : of not less than three (3) directors, a ,. .
other people'will soon wear her away; gent fluid either I a toilet water or ,
NoticLIs hereby given that the undersigned president, vice-president, secretary,
although on the other hand she must tincture of b.enolnT..t ,, I I I I J Air Line
not be adamant There Is a nappy medium I Intend. to apply to his, Ex- treasurer: and general j manager and j Railway

,though It to not easily found.. u'C:..._d... cellenc i-!;Napoleon P. Browardr Governor I such other'omeers, agents and, em I

In the beginning It Is not pleasant : Tact Is necessary for the good conversationalist of the State of Florida, for letters ployes as may from time to time be f FOR .

V work.One must accustom herself to ; The'woman who mentions '
pdt nt on the proposed charter elected or appointed bvj the board of
seeing things that nave ,never before the wrong1 thing at the wrong' Attached! t I Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern PIne.
hereto directors. Any two of said offices except '
been presented to ber; she must take time and says things that were better'left Raleigh Richmond 'Washington Baltimore.
the bitter with the sweet If a'woman unsaid has no place In polite socie This P day of October, A. D, 1905. the office of president, In the discretion ,

is a conscientious t physician, she can ty. She lacks tactj: : She should study x' :J. T: Brundage.J of the board of directors, 'may 'I. Philadelphia. New York

live a very happy life for there Is an bow to be tactful] bow to be kind hearted ; .J Hanley.'S.1. .' be.filled by one and.theisame. persons. Two Elegant Trains Daily. ., ..

unlimited chance for doing good to bow to avoid Iburdu: other people' I .. Patterson. The number of the directors' of the Seaboard Express Seaboard Mall t'.

Wow about her. There are some men feelings and :when i to atop talking. The CHARTER.We corporation shall be fixed from timeto f
who strenuously object to women entering rood tactful conversationalist will : Modern Pull man'qmpment.>> :

this;profession, for a woman know by a !jword pr a sign when to the undersigned, do nereby associate time by the by-laws1but;1 thenumber srrE

: physician' appreciates an encouragingward stop. She wjll be observant and will 3 UrseIves together: "for:the purpose if fixed at more than three shall t orrL I

from her men colleagues more never, even tread be some multiple of three.
accidentally} upon
j of"Organizing: a body corporateunder iyraastee Inn Jiclsonillle to IeiOrl8Ui
dull :
opsntln! sti
than anything else for It gives her a' the other woman's corns.-Brooklyn t '' The names of the officers and i directors .
laws of the State' of i'ior- I
certaln! amount of confidence In herself 'I I "
Eagle. | who are to con juct the business I I '
that she may have lacked for the lolL p full reservations call'on of the ..;
I'' of the corporation, until those For inf irnaticn sleeper : any agent
I simple reason, that she knew the eagle The ]srs .f the Girls. The f fblowmg 4s the proposed charter Seaboard or write -
eye )jof the pfOfea loli was bent searchIngly Whatever a girl does it seems Inevitable for;ithe. Intended corporation: elected at the first election shall': be f '

-*nasarcasticall7 upon ber.- "that sue:should be laughed at qualified are: James i T- Brundage,
Article iL The name of the corporation & 0 McDOHHELL LSS'tseL Pass ML Jacboaillle Fla '
Detroit NewsTribune.U and she moot learn to expect this. A snail president; J. M. Hanley. vice-presi ;
be "Miami: Transfer Company .',
few years ago she was called a "blue dent and general S.: L. Pat "
I U .k Oat FW ors' stocking" fof her, devotion learning, ," arid its principal place of business manager' ; f F.-Cl: BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. AiR. rl
terson, secretary and treasurer, and
The food and feeding of an Infant are next an ,"empty beaded, .overdressed. lEf Dade county. Florid, with -

beyond all doubt the most Important doll" and new she Is "a creature ef prlnclpii\ 'office at,Miami Dads count James T. Brundage J.: 'M. Hanley andS. -

questions with which mothers have to Iron mmcles- of, waistteas.symmetry ]. F7oi la. L. Patterson shall constitute' ,the l .
deal' says a'writer"ln .Home Notes. of bleeps: and'I 1 QngalnUness." Ehosld! Article board of directors. *
2. The nature of
generaf I
Ton may be sore that If your baby Indnlgesyitn she tarn her energies.to cooking and fnesi 4o\ The organlation and first annual LOW RATES :
', be transacted is to establish -
buq :; '
creaming fits, its food to domesticity ( .bei; becomes 'a "mereboueeboJcl meeting of the stockholders shall be

disagreeing, with It. ,To ,eat and;;to drudge."-CasseiTs Uaga-. acquire own, equip, operate, conduct ,,
held on the 22d day ot November, A. ,
sleep are the primary animal Instinct sins and/maintain a general transfer I ,
which.guide and safeguard the Infant livery: Or: other! ,transportation busi D., 1905 in the city of, Miami Dade I '

lifts rrrimg ruh county, Florida. The annual meetings For Special Occasions' Via Southern Railway
Tbe difficulty in'frying 1' fish eat be nelLTo g
: I say) safeguard because a baby's thereafter shall be held on the second *
buy; sell, lease or otherwise to .
quickly overcome If you use plenty ot ,
brain at birth:to>about 14 perceut Monday !n January of each and every i.
perfect boiling (at Dry the fish thoroughly deal orkto traffic In automobiles and \
of its entire body weight an adult'sbring
year. Dining Cars Service A La Carte
and bare sufficient fat for It to 'ffehlcles
only in the proportion of 2.J1 per motor f of. all kinds: whether
swim In. Let the fat throw off brae s The officers and board of directorsof '
f ent of i nto weight; therefore on tosent a propelle :by steam gasolene, electricity '- 1.;
of fhto phenomenally rapid brain smoke before using Drop In only one ocher the corporation shall be elected at Two Trains Daily East. Two i ?= Daily West

growth la infancy.;:. treat deal of sleep piece at a time ,,and cook MH a tight or power, the first annual meeting of the-stOckholders i --
before To bajr] sell lease or otherwise to .
brown Drain on thick paper Leave Jacksonville 7:45 ,
'I to at.olmf7lDdeed a baby and at each ,annual meeting Lea e ackscnvillt 9:10 a. m p. m. .
1 the fire for a few moments before serv.to "- teal to traffic in automobile and 7:55
}: ; .. p. 10Detroit ''
annot have 'toe m'DClliMp. For this t of ,the stockholders thereafter; but .t ;:). p.-.m. "
ther rnofor vehicle supplies fixturesand I '
reason the ventilation of a becornea .
nursery if from any cause an election shalf not 6
N. J. and ,
of vital -tt.u.....' that fuiplBhlnga: of every nat re aal Atlantic City,
Imp so a s..d Milk. De held on the day of! sncn annual $44. 5 return., On sale ; 05 Michigan and J i

pore atmosphere and all conditionswhich' Salted milk ss a''' besutifler ta to be kind soever. meetings the corporation shall not limited Oct. 31, 1'lO5.i" return On sale, daily "
'' '
conduce' to .healthful slumber used externally,,I aDd Is a wash that To establish, acquire, own eqUip Limit Oct. 31st. 1905.
on that account be dissolved, but i
may,be assured. malta tie skin fine grained and clear.' operate condnct and maintain sucnjarages' an Bar Harbor Maine and .?

Any excitrmcat, ,the. little brain It is an r-ngitsb. remedy U old u the >Ind general motor vehicle repair election shall be called by the directors $64. .5 return On sale daily; t. 05 Chicago, IlL,and return If

j growing rapidly: should be positively j hill'and so Simple! and harmless thatIt as soon as practicable thereafter, limited Oct. 3L 1905. 'PttJ. ,On Limit Oe i
avoided, and : be regarded u dan anil supply depots or establisn- f 31,19.
may cannot>> be popular because there Is due notice of the meeting for that tober
gerous. For da: reason tossing a baby meats stench point or points within. :: I0 I Saratop'Springs. N. Y
feminine nature
a pcrrcrjeness'sbrat according! $54.
r i, purpose being given to law. and return. On sale daily; ;
high in the air U risky amusement inclines to and beau- the Sta| of Florida as the corpora- '
that costly risky amount'
Article 8.
The i highest of limited Oct. 31. 1905. $25 25 Hot Springs Ark.. and
ttflers.. lion maT!desire. corporation return. On sale July 1&V :
i Indebtedness which the
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j I These art beauty rules that.are highly .:Uq. ak.It To establish, acquire) own 'equip, may at any time subject,'itself to snail C07 t A Washington D. C. and September '
Dperate conduct and maintain a'lID. recommended:' > a brush such I u painters use t. not be more than one-half of the -
face la of automobiles or other motor vehicles Limited Oct. 31. 1905. tion for 90 days. i
: Merer wash your very hot used for dusting books tbe work will amount of its then fully, paid in capital -

j water unless yon are going to steam It be much-more IItlatatOrUf'40De than between any two. or more points stock. .

and cream It Hot water takes tie" with a doth or a feather duster.neither within ihe State of Florida.To '
natural oito of the skin I Article 7. The names and residences Car reservations and detailed information cheerfully furnishe ;
ot and nuke of which can dislodge the Us* particles acquire: 'by purchase, gift, lease, Sleeping

It flabby. I of dust from the corners and crevices. ?xchanijor or otherwise and to'' .sell iof the Incorporators of, ( the company ;epos application. Passenger office, 108 West Bay Street 'I.

: Don'tlwteh'your; face at aU It yon It 11 slso very;useful for dusting'picture land the amount of capital stock subscribed .'
743 J. C. LUSKv Dist. Pafcs Agt. Jacksonville Fla 1
'!ease or'otherwise of real Telephone .
want It fat Keep rubbing oils, but I frames, bric-a-brac and'moldings. dispose and for by each are' u follows:
f i' do pot.wash them out Water baths ,.raonal property or either, or any James T. .
Brundage. (Niagara Falls
win take the oils oat of the face won I idivlasaUtyia'Aerls.. J nteresti estate therein,'without being |
N. shares J; M.
Tn 50 Miami
derfully. Perspire yon can This It to said tolbe l) one sser t.of the conlned to such rear or personal ; ,
bakes;1be ,1tID fine. and, soft The Prenchwomsn's;,success in matters of Fla. 50 shares; S. L I Patterson. ,Miami Atlantic Coast LineI

flesh .o? the chest to soft because ope dress that her attire to individual and \propertjhas may be necessary for or Fla, CO shares.)! '

perspires there, and so with the palmsof I'even when simple and plain has generally Incidental to the proper carrying; on I In witness whereof,; we have" Hereunto I SCHEDULE:

tbe hand. Tbej'perspire freely and : a touch,, a :tine, a something that of the "'business of the corporation, or set our hands and seals this 2d Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia North Carolina

stay soft' The .brow, to, oft1:. and pleases,tbe-4ye 1.itl"n.rIet1.wtdIe inv part';thereof.The day of October. A. D., 1905.J. ,
| f and South Carolina
plump ,i but the cheeks are often hollow : not dmaetlDctroaa' th'roW'a
by un, Dullness or purpose of the corporation .
: T.
and thin hard and fun of pores.Try due prom note'"l '--Is from time to timer to do J. | BrunJage. seal | The great Highway of Travel between -
tbe M. Hanley seal
to,sweat face.. |

U yon want a plump face drink plenty Varnished. paint can be kept loosing any one or more of the acts or.things. 8. L|Patterson seal Florida and the East t and \West. North and South ,
of water bat don't eat greasy foods. as bright as though freshly done byMaking herein forth: ana It may oeaJnct State of Florida ,

Greasy, foods win make the- nose red In water some time a bag filled Its bnstoess in any pan of the Statef County of Dade; III: !
.1 and the face break oat'"Try to let wafer with flaxseed and then using it asa ) Florida, and may have one officer On this day personally' appeared, before Convenient Service, Elegant Pullman Equipment, Magnificent Dining Ca
be your main beverage with cream: cloth to clean the "a I.
paint.Washing than office i said :
mo'1 ,one wjlthln I me, J. M. Hanley and 8. I.. Patterson
And .chocolate, cocoa and milk. .Theee : DIXIE FLYER
State. Route: oft the :
'will plump out the cheeks like the soda lived, In boUns FJ I I to me well known, as two of ,
}4/connection Celebrated 1
checks of a baby.Don't let r.eeIf And objects
: j your /water cleanses'i aiid disinfects drains the persons described In and, who
tan. for lack of teeth. ,There !ierslnbfefore enumerated ta _establish .1 1 MONTGOMERY L AND N. -,
( are toy and sink. It should be used daily for subscribed their names to and executed Train" ,

If II many good_dentists_ta the taut; bedroom utensils |1 1I ted conduct and p.rmlt the establish ,the. foresoliK articles, of bacorporetlea I l_ '. ,1.'
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ment and operation of an] business! ; I ()!,VE
.&ad.. do. ... .f Tklmcm. I j u and for the articles cf Incorporation ,_
Dont war rslets N tight Cat vhl'h mar be conveniently < trrled Oil, Atlantic Coast Undone thousand mile tickets good over 13.000 miles of rail ,
1'be'11ft that makes it possible tauecetaf 'they affect the ''circulation or so loose ; sabllshmect of vhlch of the, YlcmCom. I road embracing all portions of tbe Pouts,on sale at all: principal agencies, at /i"

t uPy'cover,up deficiencies, bi that they rub onl the wrist Joints tad hft may pany and did severally, acknowledgeto ate of 123 each. Limned to one year from date of purchase. For full coo _,

tar* oae to.possess.; Every now and.tbsss .. f I >e directly or Indirectly condsrtv* to me that they ex-xutea the |same' uleteauJ(.. reliable iafjrjittlon\ ; teseebedules, Pullman. aenl ,.tS '

you light upon a woman with no Hardwood Loon'and rugs are better any of the objects. of the o TporaUou. for the purposes and uses therein; eXpreaeL I Write S

apparent talents: and yet,with .,rerItabte :than carpet on &etptng rooms. welt;is to' contribute to, subsidise 'I ; Frank 0. Bnjlston':Diit. PuLl Agl. W. D, Stark.rI'raYfUnc Put..t,..,

>> .streetof genius! ta tbe way s I'' otherwise take is : I I J 1 | 188 W. Bay Street,.Jacksonville Fla. .
aid put
IT or any
I It witness whereof I have
55. I : hereunto.1 1. K. lDe Trsfflo Manager W. J. Craig,,GenU Pasoeager Ages

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BABY MOCKS. nature dealer should make good the!. :1

Over3jflur __ L.Q .....1'. Ar r........, sad C......... omlsclon.! } .
... AlcUt. the *.r.*rf. \Vhon purchasing! a' dressing! tablet TAe Acme Billiard Parlors J
'plcproFessionsG. > Baby hnromcfcki''* rrady I to bang from << one that Is high enough from the, I
floor In the middle to permit to !
you gel
conrenierit ti'
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r-l with supports; are among the your knees under when sitting at It:
i greatest Joy. of,the nnnwry. Borne of ,otherwise you will find yourself a wnJslderable J D 1
ROOF them-for the tlttledt:tot.-have an at-.,, distance away from the lass BILLIAkD\ '
ffohnjwt TI''$ mk! It !lTi,"'.9Wff! When buying a roach buy a box; !
W. M. ..T.TAMS.Attorney for the baby t .tip the hammock over. conch.. It makes an excellent storing NE AND FIVE POOL
TbM for real "baah-a-b.r." have place for portieres blankets etc.Never
At Law iiuy a char tad It is tested as
Mcaalonally BIT un yon a whole to chair Its com fort and rpmoinber that n agate aarf Tcijcw" kept in ttocL Mi.tal.Florida
ofjnoneyj! i Tb leak that U of no Office over Bad'Bay Biscayne seat which seems slightly high
from the floor will U holier still when
eoount to dry weather makes fl. toBJorfane u..u niters lu.
are -Good HOUaIekeep! .
felt when a heavy rain come Geo. M. Bobbins to*: i .
R.: ook -::- ,
jF.-'( Tltusvtlle.i Fla.. / WI"..'. B.e. ....... .. .j> :
and CounselorAt "While he was unde thirty his par B Il
Attorney ; r A feDI a> llth Strett.a .
FTER LEAKS eDt bad too much sense to let him
, Law, marry." A"Corner .
[ Will practice U air CoarH.. Sure .nd Federal "Tee." : '" MULLER &SON';CiP". I. prfam.
Sad stop them up. And when w* get .', "While he was under fifty be had too
Iferough with'] them It can rain till Pattar.om. de: i raoiarq ,..OfrJ much sense to wed. k

toomsday and'not a drop of water will \TTORNEYS AT LAW. "I see" :;
!. "Xow that he'i elghty-flTe" i SAN AmOS
Offi* |throngh| yew roof. Have yon niprMttwli mUeoua.SUM tad F4nlTttlM. I "Welir G I.
looked over your roof lately? Thesesablg 1pltdaltaoUW.stor.tsalslusnd ps t.eCot 'I'D UMiiU BABY nix ocx. file's going to take a wife."-Lontarlll :-
;: I norm coming.HifePioneerGorniceCo' and high tides, with;an"extra piece set In I Courer-JournaL .
aoslI7. MI.I. PIa. at each end; t>>re'. no chance left, for >

:I ; .0- p: T. 8IAGGB.Offie Y.'D.. crawling mad: short-tiot oat !it the much end..over They baby'l'are'I t i ,rancuviw I. Opel Sp.elalparw.sktoCo.m.eltl dill y08r LSOper tlai,
( wtth W Crow Pbsr..sy.1osd.aos tengh-aad mare closely woven thaa''I 'WI, loin -.. Wqe.UU'I.E ROOMS; :
14Ca Beeteor..r the anal hammock. The frames are r.1Iffb s.66L, Unl, ,Mfc., '
but sltnple-tbe kind that,can ooo
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IJ '314 A venue D .JIUKL FliOBIPA.R. be mad at|home. The hammock I .. .
wings with ape cords at the ends i S
r ) i. L JACISOM, -TU, drawn throoglt.two uprights, which on i ,
--- I '" the Inner ildei ,iar hook. When the;' Meyers &' RobiiisQii s
:" : f1' f-- \ omca: hammock la to.be at rest the cords are ;
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..' torw. BitcATKi BLOCK,Av .D fastened to the hooka, and except for a I ; I

"'.'."''1' --....:. 'J e' ,-. .T IIIAML _' FLORIDA. hammock Bttto, rocking 1* Immovable.PhiladelphiaNorth M the lower pan the II I Contracting Ir Electrtclipins .. 'G

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ff t Offlo*m-Jtth sreet'Fbone' M.BMidnjl08 HOME FURNISHINGS.. 'I 1019 Ave. D' Miami Florida \

f eth 8$. .... O..d ......:!..., A..... tkt .r. )
..1 MIAMI. FLA. .... !Arden. ..,.. I k
Bolster rolls'can' be bought which are:
Allow,wher jthe pillows can be stored,
J. ". f. Mullet tt. M. D. Bring the day"after being aired.. :
If the ddn1nj;room la amaU,get a
j Office and Residence 815 pretty' terrlng table with a drawer or; ,1 I SPECllLTIi
1., soy,. If posalbl;Instead of A comber-
Ave. C. Schoolhouse '
11:1: Opp. soma tleeboa$. r I
..i f' Noted; Cattle, MIAMI,FLORIDA i Do not boy jllnlng room chairs with I i
I spreading claw,feet or with back cur1'-I.|
supply the meat that we supply
oats teg out sideways, for when the time
j topwr I customers.,The ranfe steers Dr,-J N. Taylor come that ton want to entertain':I
'that areallowed.to shift lor them- many around vibe table! you will,Sad,,I y SEE .
I elresij: until they reach .the stockyatdsj Office .t that yon cabnot get many chair Oialh ,

!\,|and,, then pet. corn for a few DADE PHARMACY, around A round It dining table measuring four''I';,' John Sewed, &' Bra

i days are not what we want. nor Residence,809 Avenue. D Miami feet sis f the|best In use for general 1 Before buying that fall or winter snit
what our customers want. ''i Around this table
impose* eight peo Their samples are now on exhibition..

I :* Prime Meats \W. C.. Maynard, pie It ,Is can not be too nicely Urge accommodated for four. But, while only Fancy fabric. In popular weaves and d

t six can be comfortably seated at around ': fashionable colorings] Including men Wrn. Curry's on$ .,
: arc, what we'offer. Their tender- GRADUATE OPTICIAN snappy
; table measuring four feet m di live range of bright and novel
"Tteaa: )jjnicineM'and fine flavor are With Maynard" Son. Jewlr ameter. |fTben lies. All work guaranteed.: 5

highly.. {appreciated. Ames D Fat to Poet OOc \ purchasing a china or:glass (fS38 BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCKSouthern Key West. Florida .
I ::1 rJ.oI'.rt rt lhat'U\ere are i eroovet in bet :
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UsNuusiuisSsiususssuuuu CtrflEBjliNr Marble &, Stone Co. 'Chandlery. BuildingMaterials !

kn". ...sad a bdl.Wi gLud.I epIICI&1t7 I t II .,'I,
... Headquarter for' ,. .
Leaders ::'I ,
The n
;: '. W. BACKUS==, cr. Building Stone, Marble, etc. and lie, Steam marine' Railways- Machine ShopaForca, .:
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'J ; .'Tans for Buildings Specifications of AM aad Kinds Details, Floe Made MOSAIC: ; AAil: TILE WORKFOR : All kinds of,repairing:, Boiler, i and Steam Fitting can be done at the I:
,'" BMidenoe a Spseialty.Omcx. shortest notice: in the beat possible manner by expert,skilled, mechanics ,


incient's t T CDurARMO I J I: 1 General HI Ccactcry Work* etc Dade Co.
,WALTER Insurance
-I'' I "'"' W tTducclied Facilities Iiom Ftadar. Prompt, ferric:, :;
Aroh2teot. ,
r'- and Trust: Company
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Both Building ,. Miami.Fla.TheChapnlanltouse. Mttllikin &' DeBerry' I OF MIAMI,FLORIDA INCORPORATED,. ;

Bine. ,ife-sj II, '
I Ir r I ,MANliFACTURERS OF- Paid Up Capital S7 .0o0. Surplus, 812,000, '

"t rl w CHAPMAN//,Prop;' i ,
Rat. CUB .... 4ivi 8peUl by O*'west 1
GMts an umnd tbs.comforts, of.a.ho.. .. ..If- t1qa. AND ,DRESSED: Insures land titles, prepares abstracts of titles,loans and .
Palm a th*
awl n miles Mrth- invests its
OoutCaaat.UIoqtM pawppu money on own account and for others i i Acts a*
trsalast }
. TailO 11IoI.w wlaarfdeal of &o.tHriIl'1orl4a. ; .sfl agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, receiver ;
( pgi Good autimr.a.il.t.sad Ocm k tklm g.i I ,or guardian. Address all communications to
__ ,,1 I i Dlray.Florida PIlNE; ;, L; 4= MBE 1 ,

i .., .,." I' I A..'W:.Gratiam,,Y :.Write for prices 1 ;"' ,Now ready. to fill"ord ri. ,,- S. L Patterson.t 'Sec.:and Treas.. !.Miami rio ci.. .

", ,Contractor'. Bud('BuilderSatisfaction ''MILL AT !'MAN.. P O., PERRINE DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA t ..

,i -'i Guaranteed... t : r FOR FIST 1I -

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U Br.rw CIa TO rwortt d y) oy. ; CLASS ---
KUrrac ....I.1Ied. Seed postal sad 1 .,
will call..4*M,_ P.O.boa 474.XIulLFta. I "
\fottley II HOOFS SEES .

Merrittj. &;',Kolb r.E.Lrn. .hamSjia1ist L. F., LaFoiitlse' _708 7th St

Real I Estate: :' Rentals etc t t t ., o.
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I ., C. near 12th St;.MiamL''FU. -i '

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\ } If you:artfa; sufferer with Chronic or Blood Diseases. All UTON'

Female, Diseases and Derangements most successfully)) treated '

.Rdss's Awnings I w. c. PRESTON. Also Genito> :
Rectal and; Urinary Diseases
3049tliSt 41 .|P. O.,Box 311 t i,t ,I, 5450.

38Are.ro"1 Emil A..ithmann Up-Statls' : :. ,j : Metropolis, Building 'Regel Engines, 15 hors' bwer )

t Richmond mond ,' ArhiWest ; Completes 1 i I 'horsepower I' : : 1 j .$.ISO, :;i iI

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j Neat, Palm 1 .Beach FloridaFBED.IBq.qTEB ., I //1 'I'1 I ,11
A.W.Rells :&; CffiI Chase. & H r ey S. .. I ,': I. ,

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'I 8th Street.' Qtatral Contractor.Blasting. ., ,'I f.,(' r .. iTa. :Itl I II' II ,I,
Art.forMiami. Oradlft SUCCESSORS t._I F, a.
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l .Fla Wells Drtlld.|.'Sidewalkand CHASE[& BARNEY,Inc.:"! FireAccidental" I Complete cycles t.low prices. ,.tires, .. ,
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RotaConettuotlon. FRUIT AND -.1
1 1 cheap.
.. i Batteries, Coils, Spark Plugs, :
ONEY'' LOAN New Cur*' for' Cancer VEGETABLE' I i I r I i I
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.. I Tornado .Switches, ynamos. Very best on market
. j surface eau en are cow knownto Cash'Dealers In ,, '- '
be curable, br'''Baeklen's Arnica 1 I ..
On Short of Long Time j Salve. ,Jis Walters, of Dnffleld. Va, Crake. Insurance I [ :.t.i

"* writes; .*! bat a'| cancer on my Up
for yars,-that eeeaiel Incurable.tillBuckTen' Material) i
: Arnica: healed lt.an-1
now< it la perfectly)wtn." OurantecJ IPicllai'and Tutlo sF, j' "

'adew.:: Security ((,,0. care tnaI: for' cuts and hura*. :5c at'an East Eid Kiunl Blnr >DocL'-> t| OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI Lofton&Einig.i .

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.1 2729! 'Sept :42 E. Knschell labor, repaIrs No. 11 ... ,. ,......... ... 1200 :
:: ,,11 lointhly' Financial' Statement of County 27JO; 'Sept'12 W. H. Lawrence labor. No. 11 .. .r.| .... ... ... .. I50rt
t 273 jtSept. 12 Wai en Bass; labor repairs. No. 11 i..l.. .. .. .. .. 7 SO2T3Z
', Board of Public Instruction. ,Sept. 12 Mamie SuPfcr cleanln buildIng. No 11 .. ... .. .. 615 ,
I 272/Scpt; ; : 1J:! r;';oJ K<>rr, tabor on k r>o. 15 ,|.. . . .. . 4. 271$:Sept 12 Wilson Harvel. Janitor No. 14 .... ,. .-1. . ... .. 25012'2i Puzzle-L:
I State ,of Florida County of DaJe, [!Miami, October. 2,. 1903 .:Sept. 12 Eearl Smith| assistant Supt. In examination . . '700 \
i I 27J?:Sept. 12 HattIe Carpenter serlces on grading committee . 8 00 "
I roHonE. C. Dearborn. Clerk, of Circuit Court: I %i2t< f'Pt.l! W. W. Hall slrvlees on grading commltee .. .. .. 800 j. i i-I
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;,- j Sir-In compliance with Section 3. Chapter 4S32, Laws of Florida me "72*,S" pt. 12 H P. Bragg, cervices on grading committee . . Sou ;

hereby fllej with you the following itemized financial statement of all school *:7otf'Rep;. 12Juli44SmithiliooasNo.12_\\ .. .. jI ... ... ... . 2 SO \ Picture
tu>n.evs\ received appropriations made and warrants Issued for the month I 12731 8..pt. 1* J. W. Willll lIon.rt'rllrlnJl'.N'o. Ifi ]..... . .. .. . 7 SO
ending\ the! 30th day of September A. D I9 ." |II I ::!.oS $<-pt.-:: F. !I. Powl'lI.tran"purutlnnuf pnuiU. No. 12:! .... . 10
.11: l *I' Recapitulation of County Fund.. ., 873't $..pt. 22 W. J. Nile freight; and drayajce t. . . 3-1:1
Balance la Treasury as per last statement\ .. .: l l' .. . .$02.97 :!707sgept. IS P, T. HndA. supplir .. .. .. : ... J. . . . 19.0.1 I
: Receipt for month as Itemized herein . .. .. ... . . . 12.65 .IfS''pt., 12 J on. IIupph..iJ . .... . .. .;.t'': .. .. ... 11.15 "
, I ananta putstanding this date .. :. ..... .. ... I j.. .. .. :. ... 18,915.39 a.pt. II: atCh..tt DaCamara C.... supplies, No.. 1, col .. ?. &50l Find:, the Reason for
: l j2.2'L c.l J. A. "l' n.ld..o..tuJlplit'8.So.2J. .... '.. .. .. .. .. 24.0i 1
i ]'> Totai ...........u..J. .... .. ... ...$18.991.01IC.OtC.CO ::!j4s": :i R. L. Mil *.IIuppli"1. SII.II .. .. ... ..,. . ,. ... '/ ;J Triisl Man'.s Smile oft
I' warrants outstanding as per last report .. .. .. ... ...n.. ... I 0 Total expo Dditu >s for scbo .111.) .. .. ... .C. .. . .... .$2,63318
:i I Total warrants drawn this month as Itemized hereto ...... ... 2,898.7375.C2 EXPENSES OK Ar>MIMSTRAriON.F.TC. P
1.. "--*-. In hands of Treasurer this date .-. ... .. ... .:. ,.. .. .. .. : 271\-S"pt. :W R. E. Us l.bslary: of Superintendent,' '' .. /-. '' '''''' 65/0 '
",. 2604;Sept. 12 Eli Sims per diem aid mi'mee.' Memtwrof Board . 20.80 atisfaction.Comfort
Total.:........ .,.,...". ....... .... . ..i..s1s,991 U 2BJXJ Sept. 12 E. W. J. Farnib per diem.mileage. Member.. of Board.. lb-0
Indebtedness 2fl91.;ept. 14 W. M. Burdin. per diem and member f board. . 3Mt
i Other 1720.00 for Miami lot.
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.. 211't.t3f'pt.' 12 R. E. Hall, incidentals for Board and Sup rlnttocdellt. 69.33
r; Warrants Salaries of Teachers. .. .. .. i
Miami .wSTOt >
.' .. ... .... .. .. .. ...... ...... 270I'.pt.1! Printing C< priotlne advertising ; 4" I:
: $75.00
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2:60'8eP .1 Lela JJusenburj. I i. S< 12 MI.mls.w..prlntia..dv..nm.: .. ..... .. ... 1.60 '
;;:- 2361 Sept. 1 Annie L. Berry. No.2.... .. ......,.. .... .... ... .. 5000 I !72).p: !. 12 I.i*aJl..t! Stonenrun ads exam ....J. .. ..... .... 4.501270JSept. Step'into our store. You will'have
E"- ,2862 Sept.1 Ada F. Jl rritt. NO.3. ..... .. . .... .. ... .. 75.00 12 Dun Pub. Co., adv.and printing. West Palm Beach SO.fiO 1 trouble ; In finding the solution of this
-; 2363 Sept'1 Jessie Vlnson. No 4 ....'.. ... .... .... ....... 45.00 gcbS; "
:' 2364 Sept: 1 Laura Beidter! No.3.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .... 40.00 Total Expenditures.. .", .... . ,. .. ......... .....2,898.79I t puzzle! The comfort and satisfaction "
22 5 Sept 1 Bertha Mulllkin. No. 6. ..;.. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... 60.00 ]; ITEMIZED RECEIPTS OF COUNTY SCHOOL P'UND.\t in a pair of W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES
2366 Sept| 1 Lena Orrel No 8. ........ ;.:....... .... .. .. .. .. ... 40.00 County school levy, from tax; redemptions .... ... .. ...... .. ........ $3.00 i
2367 SepC'l l Mrs. L. Olmstead Ito 1 .;..... ..t... .. ........ .. 4000 Saldlif shingles, R. E. Hall ._.......... .... .. .. .... .. ...... .... .. ".61) 1 lies In their faultless style |land' finish

< 2368 Sept; '1 Mrs L. A* Freeman No} 12. ... .1 i .. .. .. .... ..... .. .. 50.00 ,Total Receiot for Month .... ......... .. ... -$12.65 I soft pliable leather, flexible sole and
2369 Sept; 1 Myrta Shores. No. 12.2... .... J.. .. ... ....... .. 4000 Pii.A [ unusual wearing qualities. Our. line.
2S70 Sept I 1 Myrtle Nelson' No. 13;.}.. ...... ..... .._. .... ..... 40.00, .I II" "" "3 Is ,complete. The prices of these' shoes

171 Sept.1 Bernice'Strahan, No ,l .. .... .. '". ... .. .... .. 45.00
',r. r ?2371 Sept 1 Sue F. Hunter No. 14>?.. .. ... .1,..t.... ... .. .. ..... 25.00 I are uniform the world over. We guarantee -
; 2373 Sept l 1 LuIuVause. NO. 16 ... .... .. .1 1.. ... .. .. .... ...... 45.00 Nigh School Notes I]f N1u>IED.TAnjl a perfect fit In anything from
2374 Sept!( 1 Minnie Glazier. No. IS' ..... .... ... .... .. .. ....... .. 5000 I
2375: Sept! 1 }Margaret Freeman No. 22 ...i ...... ........v...... BO00
2376 Sept| 1 Lillian Fa.rr18. ,No. 21, .... .. .. ...... .... ........... 50.00 .
2377 Sept] 1 Mrs. G. G. Stephens. No. 23 .. .....,...... ...... .4.... 4500 I Mlii Tallaferro, vocal Instructor'of plays. Miss Bayne Is quite encouragedand i I $250 $5 00 tnr
2378 Sept1J' W.. Mlckras, No. 1 col. .... ... t... .. .... ..... 6000 Miami Coniervaio:7 Mnslc.has it la more than probable that they ,
2379 Sept 1 Alonra lIcRae. No. 1 col. .... ... ... .. ... ..... .. 40.00 the of : ro I
2380 Srt Susie.Grant.' ( No 1. cob ,'' :.. .. .... ......... ... 4000 takeata great Interest In the school ; may delight Miami with their selec I' .
258123M 'SeptJ 1 Birdie Davis No. 1. coL .....1.. ...., .... .. ... .... .. 4000 tions. I
Sept 1 Y. E. Hicks. No..1. col ........ ....... ....... .. .... .40.00 II II'i' and broposes!: to form a high school I The Latin III. are preparing a very
} 2383 Sept, 1 J. W. S. Bethuce.: No. 2. col...... ,. ......... ,......60.00 I glee Icinb.: 8he was: present at tie I Interesting debate ftfr next Friday.
( 2384 Sept 1 Lotta H Stephens No. 2 col ......}1 i. .... .. ........ 40.00 morning exercises,, yesterday and' 11.. "Resolved, An Miami ShoeCo
....... ... ... .. Subject educated life The
238523M SeptJ 1 Bla' B. Stephens, No. 2 col .. .. 40.00 I I ,
I Sept 1 Nona L. Jackson No. 2 col ... .... .. .... ;......... (000 very enthusiastic over .the work. She is not as conducive 1 to morality as. an
2387 Sept 1 Ella L. Wide' No. 4 col ......, ......:.......... 40.Ou I I remained*> at school I II all the forenoon existence near. to nature's ,heart." It
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2388 Sep 1 F.A.Hamilton. No 5" col 40.00 will be very, interesting and 'the subject Sol .Agen .
1. SS8923M, Sept 1 Asa Richard. Jr. No. 6 col! ...1... .......... ....... 40.00 testIii'the', > rolces of every pupil. She. Is ,, which s '
: SeptJ 1 Mimic P Brooks. No. 7. col .....;... ... :......... '35.00 was very much encouraged by tlllJIIIc one requires much
I 2?ll'' Sept 1 N. 8. Powers No. 8 col ...... ... ..:.... .......:... 40.00 man,good Toices. Miss Tallafetto' thought Misses Bessie Russell and
212 Sept 1 Bertha Ely, No. I col. ...... ....... :. ..... .... ... 35.00 will i ive a period from 11 to 11:10 Alice Marten. and, Mr. Fred!, Pine will i I I I

'I .. 2392 Sept 12 Jessie Cason. 'No 20 .... ...,.u... i.. .........:: 20.00 o'clocuonce; a week in which she will uphold the.positive side and Misses
234 Sept. 12 C. R.Bo: sjNo( 19tJ95 ........... ....... .. 40.W Selma Free lund. Eleanor'I Screven
t Sept. 12 Uule Turney' No. 24 ....... .....h'....... .. 40.00 .teacb the notes and establish a proper and Mildred ; will argue for the Pharmacy
23M Sept. 11 Florence Stephens, No. 14..4. ,..... ......... 40.00 foundation. There will also be quitea I Taylor I Dade;
2397 8e1lL.U.WlDle Klq.No.,,; 25 .. ;... .. .....r- ... ......... 1000 number of songs prepared;! and when negative side.
1 2O4 Septjt. W.. B..Spiers' sidewalks for Miami lot., .I.No 15....... 121).00j the obCsion demands It, the glee club.1:. Every room Is :required to give an *; 809 Avenue D .
771 Sept 12 C. J. Rose'1'\}stone crblng. No. 15 ..J..j..' .. ..._..... 66.46 will ill be Its share. entertainment some time during the I :
f 2737 Sept-1 W B. Spiers, s'dewadks! for Miami lot No 15 ........ 35.00 way i ready to do i school year for the benefit 'of the 11 !A4 a new candidate for your patronage it is but just that we
I. 2739 Sept.26 W. B. Spiers, sidewalk for Miami tot, No. IS ...... 35.00 Host every pupil has joined the club>> i brary. Several' |cave I Btkte our claims jOur stock is new and; the purest and best
tttt Sept 12 J. W. Hu11.nc., building at Everg'ade! No. 9 ....... ".79Miami. and :Miss Tallaferro gave her first 4 I'j jessoii already begun jthat money '!can, l buy. Oar: service will jbej equal to the best.
I. ,2704 8ept<-13 R. S., Wilson Plans and specifications{ No. 15 1.00. : today. I practicing and I promise some very
2715 Sept 1% J. A. McDonald Co. supplies or Everglade No.9...... 126.21 TheSeniors, much elated''good entertainments.! i We live in ''the building and will take'pleasure in ,
4 STM Sept 12 Buflders'Supply Co. new'buiiding at petray, No 4 col 156.12 are very f I, supplying, your demands at all hours, day or night
\ 2714 12 East Coast Lumber and over the arrival of four of Shakes- ,
Sept Supply Co. repairs No. 7 '.. 1.50 !
171C Sept 12' F*. W. Hahn renair o building at Cocoanut Grove.... 7.85 nearel: 'plays. "Hamlet" "As Pan LikeIt 1 Prices Reasonable. 8O9 Avenue D
.t 2722 Sept! S. M. Alsabrook .repair of building) at Dsnla, No. C 7.00 ," '|lttliu_ I ;27.1* Sept 12 H. ft W.: B,. Drew Co. blackboards various schools 42.77 Night;;These will constitute part of ..Alas&I .
2733 Sept 12 M. E. Gruber. furniture. No 11 .4.,; ..... ......... 41.50 .theirIaastcs for the term. The seniors '
2702 Sept 12 T. C. fUIreath. cleaning up house No. 1 col ....... 3.85. ( FROM 'NEW: YORK I :
2705 Sept :12 F. E. C. Hotel Co., water No. 15 ..:..I""":'"'''. 560 tlink it- will be, treat fun to giveaaecrgna .
2700 Sept 12 E. C. Dearborn. recording deed. No.' 7 col ............. 2.05 from part, of several 0( tl s, t ,
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I iii < t I I hnd by the lam ten it is best to deal with people who have

-'I'! I New York Oct 25. It Is not always it practical, knowledge of the business they follow. Rosa sit
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7 J !I ; .. the woman I ,, who has ,the most town are practical shoe men ol experieuce and will keep a
) iueof shoes,that are strictly all fight FOR THE PEOPLE
extensive: wardrobe, who is the best
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sere discussing, the I possibilities with ,1' :

I in reach of :Jan. average dress allow .
ance but rather she who knows best Tihe Practical Shoe Men 1007i Ave. .;D.
i how to year: to advantage what she .

th .has." ; .

.tJats are at$ I Anew, oPera 'coat is called the .r -

peignoir, because lIt bears a resemblance T-r---- ---

., : to the'! pretty loose silken coatsmhlch sUrtsln'cashmere;; 1 islet with' panels of Double, wings effects" are now" used oa. '. I
women of luxurious wardrobes I eyelet|embroidery'! ot the, salt ..fabric. the under ;brims* of the hats"wnlcnv.: .'*""T,

have for a bedroom and bouJoir, and The gowjns; are worn with waistcoats show the very narrow front brim Iii I[

8. ; which are wc.n with a pretty petticoat of white handsome or ecru lace folded order to lengthen the side.line. )The j J

1 loJJ : I and silk bebe blouse. With the exception crosswise over the bust with a chem- novelty wing of the season show.twin. !
They B Stetson Flats
are of the hood, which is usually isette and stock of 'real Valenciennes loops which'' fesembie the, ,.swan's ,

attached to hese coats at the back above.! neck but these. are known as' the
1 .. 1. \ i.t, the extremely) fall', model Illustrated Is :, Smart modlstles are becoming- morereconciled pretzel wing.J.j r This season' development '
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a facsimile o( one,I of them. They can to the long coat. They have of the wing especially suits the ,
I f j ; Big line .of the. above hats justreceived t be adopted 'to general wear by mak decreed Jthat It.must undergo certain very narrow .with a long slim Up and,

I I i ing In black| taffeta I or In the newer changes;,If It is 'to be smiled upon by with a very short and rounded mount.

atSewell Brothers. black satin. the elite.( As a result) new designs Velvet flowers and foliage are to be'

I \ ;! The smartest colors to choose for ,show handsome shoulder trimmings of a feature of the new fan and winter

,'' .1 0 0I. evening wear, are,:either rose satin or Irk cords extended vest effects of millinery. (American beauty roses'
We' have all l the latest styles the bright shade of special blue which fancy Cloth, and new revers' and cuffsdeslgn maJe entirely of velvet with stems and
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I Is known as 1|delft}. n.. a brighter which take''away 'the pleblan: leaves of a flch' shade of greta. velvet, f I

shade than any other color before qualities the season and make them will be popular. '
and colors. EverySman should '
.. known by that name, and when either really elegant. 'An example Is given Rich cream, velvet, very simply made .t
\ _. .: I :. this or the rose color Is carried out In a costume of green novelty tweed Is a suggestion that will le adopted-

I'I'I' be very Particularabout. his In whlmmering I satin .and worn with mad. over the same green color silk. by many aatUko1; bride for fashion .

I I I I I'' t an all white evening gown it Is difficult The plalte! skirt Is almost concealed lonaWe' w J3lng gowns.

I j ( ': to Imagine tie glorious' effect It by the;Icing glove fitting,coat Abofe Reds In various shades will be very :.
Hal If its Stetson
J" : a1 your appearance produces. the hem| there are naplted tucks conspicuous The orchid shale..wIU: ,

I \ I ,; I I I '' The sleeves of these coat are pur stitched bn with the narrow, soutache' be much. affected for evening weuand..

''I I r 4 'is all o J I You'll pass1\ '! posely made enormously large though braid. 1' I(I ,j' the ;deeper shades" merging into plum

i f I I II Ij I when the coat| is worn the sleeve part A combination' vest" and1" facing ills.tingutsbes .m'. be seen on. :', the. street. while bins
I i merges Into ,the rest of. the mantle, the front of the coat beingof of ail shades will lie e..u.,u} popular.
I ,r. Rn. r I ,, I..' and does not I seem I embroidered of the .
.... tI t-, 1 exagerated as to cloth put on with a Many J new fur.coats exemplify
I I I, t4 'i size. They should be made only of pipping the braid used I on the skirt the fad! of, the short sleeve heavy

1 : I soft satin souple' or taffetas and if! The resers of green moire are bound kid gloves to the elbow win be.worn'

1 J1\ their quaint character Is to be preserved with silk braid and a |that of green and will makeup: | for the absence of .;
I I shoufd have no other trimmingthan velvet,; plume-trimmed completes 'the sleeves. ; '

A ewe II a double 'quilting,* of the same costume. '' Kid, gloves ut4| a brilliant brick. red ..
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t :' r I material around the edge and the deep Satin and velvet are 'associated' In are striking and win be worn very :

\h Hood at the back.I They should by the construction! of ever chic costume much this fall| I ';
1 13k good right be called tIle Princess Margaret at I I' are also silk velvet and corduroy Kilting promises! to enjoy popular, .

j -aa'tn1aM i coat as ft was the number of Velvet. Dark blue broadcloth ity. I '1
;Sole Agents forj]s fjam i i flax them cess' contained which In that ha.:popular prin described' more elegant I than can Little' boleros: i'I ed/red'/ wrth.tur. are- It.
trousseau Ih'en.them. be In1 I mere mo dL A stunning shown for street wewr. -i
j" it their vogue. Ffench model, is ''made with a Tea gloves are new. They are the :;

1111 I i I II I must not omit to tell you of the long skirt circular In cut molding the shade of that fragrant flower. 4t

V. I'. I \ '' Importance of crushed ,raspberry as hips: flaring below and showing a semitrain. There are great muffs to match the....
I P.. s.l!Any one else l carrying any Stetson Hats, has got' to get .them second handed.. the rival to purple. and plum. The ,{The coat is tight pttlng with toque'boas.|" 2

Be careful that'you.renct given an ImftaOon if you are shorn Stetson goods French masters of teeoom trIed j short tippling basqeus end revers of Collar and cuffs of colored linen. :-.1..1.'i' ,

1 J by other ILhVn Stetson agents(''who buy direct from: Stets -Tjr's factory.\ themselves this summer; to,\ gPt out I jtb" Inc o rble! type.!. ,It Buttons 1 down torch up the' seasonable suit of white' A';
: brilliant yet beautiful colors! tht front with ..> ncibalr. I j
and we | huttocidj clofhy i I \ :
; j' J.... .!.I .J .m are now getting the full result of It. !' dull gofd{ rims belir/ entIow, enough The:,. three;-q "t3tter; coat Is one of the r.f:
i-.L Tailors are making street hocks of It I to show the top of a anti waistcoat of most favored for,general use. ,

I In 'broadcloth with collars ana cuffs ,an oljfrofc*' enibrolde.ed |ia col.l.'A A loose outlast coat of tweet Is a

I y- of terra cotta velvet: The ,hat will (lace plastrom shows above! the vest necessity for a! young girl who runs

"' II '. :I match trimmed In 1 black and terra cot I The1\,wing hat Is still in fashion.! Gay *taut much}!: this fall

I ;" ,{ \ I .; ta., Afternoon gowns are made of it colored] wings' for the only trimming I War a jeweled bracelet or two on:

with!the Empire;coat and iweeplng to.many of the new fan motels. ,your tightly .glove) forearm.
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