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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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OL 2'NO 280 M.tUshrlSMMC. MIAMI. FLORIDA.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1905. )i c-: Price 5 'Ccnia. '.a.

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HENRY- WEATHERFORD 'WAS DEAD WITH A !BEAUTIFUL GOLD SPADE !15JRONGID BAND OF OUTLAWS '. ; :", \)




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.' .European Russian Revolutionary Society At Key West :in Operations That Mean than Entrance'of the F. E. C.Ry. .; | CONSUL' GENERAL LAY I ...

and is now on a tour of agitation Into Tat City ar.d.Port-People Turned Out Enmasse. I I TO INVESTIGATE J MASSACRE ,, .L' :I.,

forty Rock lighf Keeper Pro- in this country. t 1 Terrorized Population and 'Paralyzed

*"' He will be the principal speaker at Washington 1Iov. 4. The State .
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nounced i a -Corpse. a meeting in Turner Hall under the I The Key WWt Inter-Ocean gives for our great benefactor :H. M. Flag. Department has made arrangementsthat Business i in Kentucky: .\

J J.r auspices of''the local Revolutionary the following details relative to the ler.. Consul General Lay at' Canton, ."" .n

Society. The' local society was organized ceremonies attending the opening of During the aJdresa of" Mr. .Harrii I China, accompany the Viceroy ofn _._.,.I I iJ
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in February of this year for the".F.-E. C.' Railway extension 'operations the irony or raising the first don ; I : 'hirs'on the Chinese gunboat to Lien .
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1tARkGEASED, BEATING I help of those wIN want to bring about : f|| Ceo:- W. Allen with a beautiful)]r i. missonarleat there. (DOING), BUSINESS IN ,IJAMES'BOYS ,

better condition among the nsslsn ,I Hon. Geo. W.- A1Ien opened the cer decorso'd! spade, the blade of whlcl I ( '

'a .,. "J. people.. Since Its organisation the society emonlea'by reading the following tel.egraw was S':J plated and the had'e of si!" NOTHING DOING r -SlYLE |,

-1 !''II, I baa sent nearly,$500 to Russia from. Mr,, 'alter.I :yer; w tb"roeettes of ribbon.. went t<> : AT MEW\ ORLEANk :", ,z t '\i., .r. ;iI i\

t JrMD BODY GR&w':COIA'-YMIRE 1 tt!nas a membership:jrf only eighty .Hamarofteck,'N.. Y. Nova1.Hon. I'the ground:) where the work Is to atari II= New Orleans; Nov. 4. To noon ..' ..,....t,I..... ... '. ..'..",,a
;, HOURS AFTERWARDS-tJFERE-. among them a number;: of prominent Geo. W. 'Wen. president Chamber 'I''aid assk-ta by Commissioner Fnfor..I today no new cases'of' yellow' fever t ",o. .

:'pTURNED AND STRICKEN..'-MAN RaIa1aa mercbaata.AfURNOON. qt Commerce: I placed several spades of dirt in the. and no deaths had developed' here. r.o '.. GOVERNOR PROMIUht'::1Ut..iv
: ANCE AND CIT1ZtNOF1JgD
Please to the citizens or :wheelbarrow. Mice Edna Fnlford si
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MAY I RECOVER II, ; 'BOROUGHHAVE OROANI21D A\T1"+
Key West u als to the officers of the slated with a small spade GIGANTICHf ,," ''
ON LAND RECEIVING ,MEDICAL GLUEGIVES.PROGRAM and I The barrow was then wheeled 14 A VIGILANCE 'COMMITTEE jFOR"vl"
,. .. army navy jm1. appreciation of : '"". '': 'to .
TREATMENT ', their Interest la.the extension'of the the beginning of the grade and *I ;i-d t.t I' SELF. PROTECTIONLtmiivllle '4.u' 'Y"
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1> .. Florid{East. Coast, Railway to your Pansy, Baker! held the grade staki I .J"
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; :After'Jarlng been 1< I The ceremDnJea were most imprel yisyi 4SFhr
and havingarrangwments long address InTwhlch. lie.w8lt over -.w r.. ... I IGOVERNMEN1' .a night of the tel .
Dy'tde.dt, aM [roel1-,; which sire and the enthusiasm"raa greatbei ter! t .suspense' ; ,_ \ p
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been done therailroad
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; msd.for. disposing ot pad- ,. anything ever witnessed In this I(I quiet .n:'.. The local.. company of
OF EACH MEETING OF THE NEXT and paid;great tribute to Mr.agley.and !WILL. ASKED TO '
histbod7! Henry Wetthertcrd. chlet city. It, was a trull.IecI! Letter militia" wu patted out tutnW6udremained

11- keeper ot Towey Rookmli dIi"".acme THREE- MONTHS MANY PAP- theSenterprise, which nil .for, Key West and It will he told r: SUPPLY FORTY MILLION FOR on duty. all night... \
:.ERS TO BE READ AND SUBJECTS master mind haJ :onceived and .insisted BUILDING 6,000 MILES OF RAILROAD liThe;
I !tack to alto;Is now living and In a eon1 our children's children ; warm was camelbI'tberl -..

1 iliUon girth[ hopes of his inmate and DISCUSSED D'It la the face' of the statements ,' aFORCOMPLICITY ;THROUGH ALASKA pearance of an armed me*of anMoutlaws '

i j complete recovery, ,'. Uxiugh.' he Is atilt that was not :; easible. IN ,, headed byFrsakBell, "
Hon. Geo. L. $Babcock "
| ;; seriously HI followed- with [ SUSAN GEARY CASh is' wanted for. murder. f The authorJUea
i The story ot Westhertord's trance an address Jnfhlch he expressedthe I j have been defied by Bell sad Ills
appl'f'Clat1oDl:*f our people for the Boston, Nov. 4Dr.. McLeod warrested "
[ '!I if,such.It .... b'.Interesting[ although, .. The regular weekly meeting of the'i great pnllantroptilst, H. M.: Flagler. yesterday for conection wit Los Ange'es, Nov., 4. Alaska is to'an 'fo'Iowers for thejmst.exists two weeks. \..
the man; has BO recollect ....of. any. Ladies' Afternoon Club will be held I. have railroad' the entire length of A reign of terror and a number -
1. Hon. G. Bowne'Patterson, Capt W. the death of the chorus girl Sus I a -
that occurred from'the time beea i of 'men have been! held and
i thing Monday afternoon at the Fair Building i, ; up
H. Beehler. Hoi W. Hunt Harris Geary and was held in 120,000 bond the territory froth north to south thus't 1
J, consciousness;and was pronounc- The meetings from now on will begin today. i ;robbed. Business Is parai, e.L Gov
dead. to the time when. ",life and promptly at 3 o'c'ock .as the Club I Consul Carrasco'fDd J. V. Harris M. The ban was not given bnthe giving communication with the outside ,error Beck1iam, has promised all necessary .
mad0coquent doctor said It would be. furnlshf"Isier.
D., each This
j jnemory\returned to ,his,.Holy. will start In on Its winter program : and apro world, will be If the plans assistance: and a local vigilance ,
It 1 I According: to Capt ,Thompson first :!iprlate addressee,. all being In praise'PresidentKoosevelt 'I.h :"m'iLr formulate here out- I committee of !hundred men
Mon4ay; afternoonand It Is hoped that j ja'l being are carried one{
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| assistant light keeper. Mr; Weather members will attend these meetIng's. !: The promoter propose to ask the has been formed. I\

11 J .ford bu been HI for sometime with f
j IssUCSIJISAnnual government of the United States to' '
j a complication 'of 'stomach. troubles, The following: 'li the program arranged -1'! $. ., CLOSING CAMPAIGN /
the bonds ftbe'company.U
guarantee
| i.and r frtnrned to: the 'llrfit...,,;, twoi for the ensuing; three months j jand I i r' successful the enterprise o will in-j i INICLEVELAND'Both I

I i ago from a lengthy'visit! to his rich is: published for Its first Thanksgiving Proclamation I tl4 ,
II volve expoijJiture of 4UO.OOO.QOO.and '
1t family In, Key West. He was 1mprovI time: I will Democrats and Republicans Will
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the road ) be nearly five thousand *
i fe.l I bat still airing' Thursday' night November 6th Fiction Day miles long. .' Hold Rousing Meetings Today
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[ she grew,worse, and;at C .oRlOCkyea- Business meeting I Cleve'and. Nov. 4. This: is practically -

':&rday morning! died TIle body.was Roll Call- Current events. The President has Issued his proclamation, naming Thursday November R I. the closing day of{the campaign,
1 J I 30, next as a day for thanksgiving. The.proclamatlon follows: -
carefuly,examlaed-by the : assistant Sketch Ural: :Humphrey Ward.. 1 1Ura -t! THE TERMS OFIMPERIAL and both parties harej arranged 'to, "p
[i i,keepers! light and'.they' a ert :'N. M. Barney. ".,: i I close the campaign with! big meetings ;1'
I heart By the Prcalderi ;;of the Unite States"of'America-A proclamation: ,
t that Jill stopped beating ana hi* Review addressed the biggest at }
their
; ,. The Marriage of William by guns .
the
: When nears 1J!.three centuries ago'the first settlers came to country '
Uxiy' grew cold, '.... _..>5 Ashe. Mrt'J Zi T. Merritt.pIsctiMlon which has now become.: this great: republic they-fronted DOC only hardships, UKASE I{r;command. The RepubU 1 *.wtl1'oJ.a)
Shortly afterwards. Captainrrhompson : ,of book by club. a big mass meeting at the Central:Armory. -
but terrible |ito their lives., In these grim years the custom grew of
i ashore at Cocoanut Grove, .rlll : l which wiTh be addressed ,t yGojp-
came November 20th Library Day to i > lI
service thanksgiving .
setting apart ono day In each year for special of t l ..
sent wife,, to ,W atberferd'a, family ,Roll call. Do Public Libraries Ed I error' Herrick. Congresamaa .Bnrtwi*
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the changing seasons. r
the-Almighty fq |jpreserving the.people ..through '
[ alb relsjUves announcing, his death .sate or.Merely Entertain custom has hoWJbecome.national and hallowed-by Immemorial usage. We i W: H.-B*>Td i and-several other:.prom

sid'ma hja $to the shore 'At 2 o'clock'te Mrs. Jack '. Ip"fbtfelna wilt-hoi aOerman-Amepd- !
Graham. '
p .. with rugged strength faced the rugged days: and yet the dangers to national POLITICAL CRIMINALS OF VARI- I
the aftempoq nine hours after,the ..Paper. talk- Children'..Libraries Ian I I meeting aed"- a l_rcen\ t'lI
pr ute are quite a i;great now:U at any previous time in our blsto"... It is" OUS'DESCRIPTIONS AND ALL t*'
.. keeper bd'departed. this.life" apt 1In.IW.1L McDonald .*"* eminently fitting that once a year our people should set, apart a day for OTHER- PRISONERS. RECEIVE ward meetings. > .
Thompson.,,and a party of friends Book-title contest praise and thanksgiving to the Giver of Good, and at the same time, that CONSIDERATION 'The: 'Democrats have|. r aagei,for, ,

?from Coooanut Grove returned to 'the December 4th State Fair Day they express thfeir\ thankfulness 'for, the, abundant mercies received should at: rousing meeting In .their.I o O,4rjLnHpalgn u.J'
Uht anal tie Business tent in which Governor folk ofMissouriwill (" .
entering "chamber ,of meeting. manfully ackeoile.Ige: their shortcomings and pleJge.themaeIYeli solemn'y.:: j ,.
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t1aeoodea ?-!were surprised and horror I Eon Call-t Current events I pied rtii',good faitn (o;strive-io! "overcame tIiem..J>u n:the past year we nave ---"-- ."'" .... .. deliver.'the' 1" rlualg_-aaJ-.- <,
atrWcltth fingers of the The>State laalr Mrs..: .4 .. : dries In ,behatt of John M. Patt -
supposed ., ..; ,. J., D:, God- ,bees plessyd.wlt. OagoUtal'eropa: Our, business prosperity, baa beeb great.; I I ; '
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.corpse working 'aei' oii T-.Jabatty ma& I peop''e hss' material well-being;; PetersbnrgNo..4Tics .im:| tfte'Denwcrsttc, for goveifioV t
.... -4 No.other ever:stood on as.high a level:of I as granting
| :examination" -revealed the'fact December'iftth Poetry Day I ours now stands We are'not threatened by foes from.'without. The foes periai.maalfestot, amnesty' to 1'j l "

that WeathertorO's- heart,' which had Roll 'Call-' A quotation. from your 'from whom we-Gould' pray-to be delivered are our own passions, appetites, prisoners and which wiz signed b11,. ANOTHER MACKEREII FLEET .t.

[ been tUIed.. was beating again-,and favorite poet and follies: andi'agslnst these there Is awlays need that 'we should war. the Emperor yesterday gives freedom I COMING TO MIAMI'Fleet !

'tllat- .'u.er. wis'"life. .lathe- body Frank L. Stanton -- Review and Therefore;; I now set .apart Thursday, the 30th day of this November as a. I to political; criminals of various I -I' yes fJ
Restoratives were#applied, the body Readings .Mrs. Newton descriptions which was enumerated of Qo. T. Brown A Company?
Lnmmns. day of thanksgiving for the past,and of prayer for the future and on that .
vigorously rubbed and a short time1afterwards Review and I Ito the participators I In' the strikes I Sails from Punta G4."da.
readings In the day I ask thatthroughout! the land the people gather. in their homes and '
Mr. Weatherford Heights, 'by Richard *" ti.y and to those responnlhle for the break. I The mackerel I ftloet of .
fishingf Ceo.T.
regaini Watson Gilder, places of worship and la rendering ttrinkks unto the Most High for the m'an- .
i ed-consckrasaess .ad'recocnJze.I Mrs.. J. H. Ing of contracts.: > Brown & Co. sailed
his K; MuHett lfo'd blessings blj the put year, consecrate themselves to a life of cleanliness : area mtbls port
| friends later In, the" afternoon he January, 1st Reciprocity Day honor andlWsdom, so that this nation may do Its allotted work on the The pardon extends" to those now in- for Miami yesterday, 8l\fl\ the punta
( has sufficiently recovered to be Roll Cal -J prison, to those not yet tried or on 'Gorda Herald Thursday '
remord A, humorous quotation. earth In a manner worthy of.those who founded It and of those who preserved I .! of -It ,consists
[ to shore end was taken to the resIdence Reception to1 gentlemen. I In the evening : it. |iIn'witness I whom, sentence*; have not yet been of the large schooner t.Roamer; ,
[ of Capt. Thompson, where : passed. Persona convicted of crime and the sharpies W..1
ata #nereofj have hereunto set my hand.sn,) caused the seal of Wnluce.! cl t.
..late ,hoar--last" night'he, received January 15th,- Biography Day the United State h,! to be affixed.: .*. committed more] than ten years ago ,S,, Warace: and R.Y.. Taylor.UTheauTlllary

[ medl ,tratmentxttom.Dr'RtubwbodIeJ'him Business meeting. are to be released and sent to the Siberian | yacht Roy, In charge.if
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Done at the ; 111:.a rely critical condition Ron call- Current event'* of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five and of the independence of colonies Where;' after. remaining '! W. A. Finder; sailed 8nn.l; r

,Review= Reminiscences of GeL the United 8tate: the one hundred ell thirtieth., four years they.]} will be allowed to'night I j
At It o'clock today'ke reported John B. Gordon i chose their places of residence, but] About ,
was ; Mrs. E. T. Byhjgtcn. m 'THEODORE ROOSEVELT.By thirty men ,at'm lll11t ib"- ':'I
| slightly improved and if there is no Discussion of book,by club the PreIl.lenr;; EUHP ROOT. Secretary of State. are prohibited from living in St.Pet-1|fleet Capt., Finder Is phicf of.aavt.gatlon

I relapse he win be sent to his'home ,-' -- --- -. - ersburg or Moscow for three years. and transportation, while Capt

In:] Key West'on the steamer'Martntonlght GENERAL, WRIGHT Miss.Isa* "W| elleBurns; Leads Convicts do not. come under the John L. Willis Is In command of thefishermen J

taste Mr. Weatherford Is'a SAILS FOR-UNITED'STATES Again head of these specifications, .but will j I'. .:
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[ span about 45 years of age and wen a ? have their sentences reduced one half, {! Mr. George T. Brown 1'fot..ror )11.11I&

boWa ,In.Miami. He has-a, wife Manila NoV. 41..: Governor General :i- in Metropolis Typewriter Contest t t and life prisoners will have their seatences by rail! on Tuesday e1enirrg;' +;He. n
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[ etildren and other relatives. In Key Wright sailed --- changed.ti fifteen years. Those gOf'JI to make necessary! bUKlne.s*arrangements. :
at 11 o'clock thismorning t : '
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West and to them the liewi'that he condemned. to death will be commuted after which he .win
for the United States. He I Although displaced by Miss Quarter'interest. the contest wbebmuat resu't to yeah 1 <; return
fifteen
[ ttfil Uvesand Is apt deadwWbemostARRIVAL wiz given a 1 at hard labor The : here. ., He may N O ver tbere'for
". .1eam7 great demonstration by man for first hoWBiJn be-Metropolis l la one of the number getting shlghrade amnesty a'so'Includes the release of several weeks. EveyboAy here
all classes on his departure. He last b Qea i
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typewriter content Wednesday typewriter.,
....... much T ,. political officers' committed before October that ths: fleet will reap R Y"t'J'b {
affected by the outburst
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| ARUSSIAN- toyslty Miss Isabere! Bdfas'again takes thelead' T 13. ; .. I vest for Messrs. Brow ft Co' \.011 I
.' t REFORMEROf and Declared positively"that' be ,to.ta1, thonjth by a very; small The following are the revised Tote their men. i. '

t win return. 1 margin, and foreleg Miss Quartermanto to noon.today: A WOMAN'S MdSTI I I

_Most,Radical Kind .Causes Consld-. drop, back- In.iccond" p'ace sabere Barns ......, ... ...... JJK I J HORRIBLE CRIME: RIGA AND ODESSA f:i ..+6

; .'#- ea rble Commotion NEW ORLEANS FEVERGRADUALLY Miss Cora Bldnct remains in third Kathleen Quarterman ... ..... 3,84 I: CENTERS OF tfl'

DYING OUT p'ace. though .sfiii has the greatest Cora Blonnt ,..;,....,... ....; 3,4 3b: Minneapolis Nov. 4. Mrs. James Parts Nov. 4. Fbrrtsn- sTRlFfeJ" '

burg Nor. 4.The, ''arrival fain of any of the candidates outstde! ]:Miss Corpew ......... ..... .... 1.40:i I Brconan, .alter a qnarrel with her received bPT'e from{ RossWvhow office) reports -

:-. of Dr. R.'.Zltlowiky.' -a Russian New Orleans Nor..... with only! of the, city of Mums since the last I May Robinson! H.,.,.....,....; I,5J!I hn-ban<] last night. attempted to kilt that Rigs and Odessa are tie'

mer of the,moat radical kind haseaneed fifteen cases of yellow''' fever under eo nt. ,golnc nptrom; 2. 85 to 3435. .City of Miami ..............". 1n Jxh"r four step children and herself. of:the .disorders; that Rt.p..tf'l'lIb center* 1

I ..d'I'BbJe t'OIDmotOD'm! () reatment and.the prospects brighterfor Miss Niles also tdlows an exceedingly .'M>s_ Nfies ......"........ ..... 1,00.isha rhot and kflVd two little girls. and Musroware quiet and I that FIn ?

> lie. .members! of the local( Russian raising all .restrictions against large'gain, cllmbUg In'the- last three Drf'a Kltrhell ...-.............. 18:ZjanJ one of the|other, a boy dlevlh's has practlca'y f'stabIlIblld aulovS.tmoos mil"

yvsternal Ee ''utlonary Society. Dr !travel and'communication, the end ofhe 1a.v8 from a void. "ef, 197 to 1.004.0'her Rn>y TVJlson ....,.....' ,.,....A I Gs;a morning at Jhc .hospital: and It iso form',of. COYerDmeritwtuao.rt an jRanlan

(I fltjpwvkyy who war edncated In Rut epidemic;-with, all.' the attending Candidates- have material. lncrea.esu] Glairs S'oan '.. .... ..,..r....... 7 ,b>'I-Ted she' wlil die from a bullet fovernmeot the

#: and BwltxerlanoC! represents ,the physctans appears close,at hand. and an ale manifesting the greatest Ruth HInson .,....!!.;..,...".... I wound in her breast \ measures. ,. adopting t. repress'Is've ,


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t,; $.B. 'ATUM, PRESIDENT. S. BOBO DEAR, SEC.-TREAS. I i

I THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANYThe

most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. [ THE IDEAL
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

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CIRCULATION BATES :
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BM Tear by Han............ *5- Three Months : $L25
".a Month..................... Z.-60 One week by CUrrier......... .10

;.., Advertising& Rates. made known on application.

TELEPHONE 71. OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. I
Mondayi Nov.-6"
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, IMS ,
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ON THE EVE OF A BIG SEASON. .


1 .All acts. and conditions. considered;and there arc man"of them, INew.Goods New Goods Goods

Miami is today on the eve of what promises to be the liveliest and UewI j

greatest winter treason in its history. The same can be said of the en i ,

-. tire State,but it in tbe local situation in which all of us here are' the
most interested. It is natural that it bboald be so.
From all sections of this great country cornea the information We have been receiving new j goods every daY !' the past

that thousands of people will flock southward and to Florida the approaching week .
and ofer
season.' which means that the greater majority of. them will great Values Monday In every departmentWe .

wend their WaY to'the East Coast and Miami. t;r I

Fot''their accommodation, their health. their pleasure, recreations _

and every 'other condition that could be desired no place ,comes :

nearer filling& the bill than'Miami and Dade county. Here we have
the prettiest, the liveliest and the most'prosperous little city in the Quote a Few Values for This S1e

institutions'and establishments
State.:: Here we have a line of business, houses ,
,that can be excelled by no other except number. The

..f residences are. 'of'a'class distinctly their own and .without, in architecture '
-design-- -'and finish, a peer. The people of all classes,'fiotn the i 'Tj Gt E

1&borer'to the man of'wealth, are harmony, and the,one accord'of !
and glorious city; The public m 68 inch tsbte j I '
building Miami into a greater ,more
'eurt.aI...
.linen.. Sells.. Very
ly pure at
i.LnproTcments are all that could be desired, and the hotel and hoard I Soo'" Monday
'"lag house accommodations among the best ,in quality and quantity.

.'"; An these conditions and many others Miami possesses, and it is here I it i

f 'that,the bulk'o.i.the great oTerflow.of: humanity will find its destination. A

-.1. I 72 luck table Ihien.. ,
Nothing can hide'the fact that Miami is. progressing& and pushing special price Monday ,

*J ahead,and that prospects today are greater and ter.than ,[ .- j !1 .
1 everbefora We are proud of oar city, proud of her people and proud if! t three techV *

f.:the fact that the Metropolis is a factor in causing& and maintaining l value s t eta

the prosperitj'.so' dominant_ in the Magic& City of Florida, m. 1
72 Inch extra heavy.
Actual, value, $1.25.! .
DAWN OF DAY IN RUSSIA. ,

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+ The situatloa In Russia has reached a crisis, and perhaps the nsost: not- I $ .
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has been attained.Aa
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indicated In these-columns, Emperor Nicholas has turned"to Count
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Witt'as the man to sate the throne. Witte has been made Prime l la- iI I5c'i[ ..,; 9 Inch.
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throne hss'ever possessed. He has been given power to' establish Coasts: I I
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.tatlonal Government Free speech a free press, a. Parliament responsible 4 Twelve pieces.of !1"
to and responaire to the people as well as the throne, and greater ill colors: pink, blue. ; white I I .
liberty than Russia has ,ever known are to follow sa .speedily ss Wltte
can establish them, and brine order out of what wee very rapidly approachlac l '
'chaos.. Whether he caa calm the storm and. quiet the1. turbulent mob ,iF: : 12 : r .
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:' remains to,be seen. TS3" c*' Sift* -- ,

The czar has surrendered.. The truth' has at last dawned' upon him."Way. p i ......is Dryad .
.,thai: it revolt" exclaimed poor Louis when Informed of, what >was ever fee
occurring' 'la the streets-of Paris. "Sire;; It is not revolt," said the Duke de r
; "UUcoe: ''t Is re oluUca.?: So Wltte-with fall knowledge'and fan fraak- .
'aesa spoke to'Nlcholae/i: And upon'Wltte-Nicholas seemingly: relies for ISO short Itiifths In
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pit safety of his -crowa- ad his bead.Never
'again.win the nnra wield, the autocratic power which It has I! I '
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P 'so long exercised with little.restraiat. Anew day dawning for Russia I
Tie .absolutismof.: aatocraey baa:Paaass t 'There may be riot aad.bloofaaed -' !
; for,retotntlon leads to excesses la'waica reason little'part but ; .
la Ue.sad there will be peace and Voerty_ ConstltuUonai oreraneat sad M Several pieces ef fancy 4*
vaay vital and veded .reforms.. A .new and vastly ,significant chapter or loftftafvESfce; It I ; wtth re<; .
IS cent vat_
la being written to the history'of'Na ions. The news and. the final- mean-. I '
las,; Of K will be welcomed by aO Christendom. .. .. I I'f. I '
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r.. v.Pua Its spicetbat'iherejls",aprobabiHty rlt'.will 'eontlane Jtaoeoattely I the ;p-- bw.ss-\-/r I ''
'mccesaed s.Ia' The !Metropolis. Job department Is overflowing with:orders LurtamsJust i .
.aad its columns rapidly filling with new advertisements: 8nbscrlpUoos"are ; 'I Korean Silkday (
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11 received IS-dWerent styTes in Swiss curtains. Mon I.
'pjtrg up dally and collections: are the.best. A newspaper could not ask I
will
we offer curtain,'full three'yards'long, ,
more and the Metropolis is contented with its lot and the place It occupies '" for 32 inch CONan Silk a beautiful dark silk wears welt
{, la the minds and hesrts of the"advertisers and reader of Miaisl and Da Jecomity. Pink, navy, cream and white. Regular value tfJXX Monday
( They tike all others.know a good thing when.they'se e It.andscathe .1 I Iii25'
.1roJOUL that they.. get,It-when they.advertise hi.and subscribe,for' the lie- a pair 69c

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it. western editor baa come to the oooelnslon that those! dll1rtDC"pufra" f m wrww.rw.rw.nn. "..J ''L r j
& ia hhi paper must pay for them sod has established the following! 'schedule 1 l' _:..
'of'prices:- For telling-.the public tll&ta, minis ,a successful :1t1zenbeD i iWe j !
;' ,everybody knows be ,Is.lazy' ss a government mule, ".'10. referring to a I have just! received a beautiful line of silk shirt waist suits, new skirts; also .
_i .deceased citizen as one who Is.mourned by the enhe, community when we a,
! bow he will only be missed by a poker circle fl0.Il referring to some Bal.avantin i complete line of muslin underwear. All willjbe shown Monday. .*"

: female, an.esUmsble lady wEom.lt Is a pleasure to meet, When iti! '.J ,;;; i .
. every..business man in.town would rather see the de.I1.coming<<; $8.10; caU-
g.'. lag aa ordinary pulpit pounder SB eminent divine stay cents: ; .wnd'ine a I .. .
Jo.gbty-sinner to heaven.-, '. tJo .'
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f: receive for: There '
sis I i I. is' more in these
,work investigating life Insurance will be 30000. Four'months' :1':1'i' money
for $30.000 is at the rate of $90.000 l :::1'j!:j '" ., .
1 a year nearly as much.as ,a life ,J :
", sane president gets It 1s a question whether all,this fuss will rfcnU 'in !i it. ,,,4.., Bargains for qou than For us + ,'< '. :"; '
aa Dl1IC:2a.as even 30 eests 'worth to .the-Po C1IoIdm' whose J.behalf'tt, 't- ... .'. .-, j,. ,
is little supposed Interest to, be. The.most notable thtng'about, this iavestlgatloa .Is the I fi:'I. I'- I I, ... ,. .; .' "
It arouses In the .
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pollcyholder. the f1 \
chronic ,sore-heaj ex- '
epUd. Bvea Mr. '
" poUeyBoidprs to'.annrer Cleveland. his letter.could not And get'the flre notion per f'etltorthe stil exists: that.Eqnitabe It 'is fj I Mall Orders
la the polclhulders'
interest that this investigation Is .being bell.Eridmca _. : .Standar
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,. of. tho prosperity. of Miami is attested by. the fact .that,It has f PrQmptly' !
three 11v '.
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and .energetic newspapers, productions that would be a credit. .
1- any.of the larger,metropolitan clU.! .... Their j
columns teem with, 1
the
local : latest .
anJ I
telegraphic
news the
cream of both 0eUaand patternsI
are filled with fjf Filled.TWELFTH
.". aa booming ad.ertlahlC'PatrOllage and pro resKingvand that. her can .not be lorpa.'erll. ,. Miami Is ,t STREET, MIAMIGoods : {
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f: cession.J lead of the. pro :,
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J I Talk:"Shoat ImJtatlon- ,New Tork.f. .fTfouslJ tbIn\1og of pulli: 1i: Delivered Free in City Limits. !
: a te&maten" Itrfb. It can :g off ,
'0, Lardy. come up to Ciica o'. th ugb. I ii .
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IS HEARD M THE, VICTOB,:TALKING MACHINE ........... !. G.fe ..... ........ Ss..rt r" j I 1
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? The Victor ti so perfect that It Is often mistaken for the human voice f
the paramount considerations
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proving a never falling source of delight to thousands a >UsapIndent which the aniumb bring. to those who
11 to none. 'To' all lovers'of good music the Victor Is an Inspiration. ride is the thojfeht of a new habit

, ;{ No matter-how much entertainment there Is at home the-Vletor Isalways There Is very HUie feeling at this sea Clothes for Gentlemen I
clothes, ..
for other dark
I welcome. Too can at all time listen to bands, orchestras songs son thin plain I
or. perhaps, pepper and salt mixtures,
c.,' that thousands of people flock to hear la crowded resorts. There
stripes bUlngtbeen: ; but, a passing '
"' i. no'limit to the variety of setetlons this matchless Instrument will recite whim. A skirt bind coat of the season i ,

for you..Rscords in stock. VICTOR RECEIVED THE GRAND PRIZE smart and well Put, are here pictured. I ,, 'l
AT ',THE $T. LOUIS EXPOSITION THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD Slightly longer la the basque than formerly -< :,"',\ '\.
and qulW'close stung, the'cost ,
MIAMI, FLORIDA 12th STREET
with Its single,.breasted fronts can bt t.ocj'r'i l

':a:_, T. -WHAT -SR.: .A.g1; revealing worn open the or presence closed, the.of former a neat aspect Teat.. can't always tell a gen .

In motoring firb nothing abort, of ..
leather is capable S: of'keeping" out thek'crr I i i tleman by his clothes b.ut

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Dade Pharmacy II t !! most gentlemen wear _

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.809 Avenue DAs j good clothes. +I It

a Dew candidate for your patronage! 'it is but just that we
state our claim Our ,tock is new and the purest and beat
M. that money can buy. Oar service will bu equal to the best. for all that. .

We live in the building and will take pleasure in ,f .
supplying'your demands at all hours, dar or,night
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1 : Before Investing (r1 //1r7'.;' ( maasBROS. I" ment It'isn't to, select a matter them of,time either and, any experi--more l : '". '

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o bJ..: .- .' Wind. Power '\ .& CO* than it is a matter of )large
: : I' ne Clothes Makers expense,
r- His ben 'adopted' by" the best people of ''the country as the MTIM9KE HEW YOWL, all you have to do is the
d! cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who baetheDl .-.. to go to
they conW hare steam gas and hot air too if they want ( 1,,' right store. A suit like the
ii I' illustrated
ed it. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot this one i I
business and*with,my 'pump mechanism that 1 hare just been JCw,Z I! Ual! ) for '
granted patent oaT- 1 will guarantee to double the capacity, chill of late atitmnn and wlDter.'1UM!. instance, may be had

'" Talne and fife of any wind frill.outfit, Any infringements will given a leatherbodice, the eeatwrapmeed 't as low tie .15.00 ,
or as high 15.00
be prosecuted. not of necessity be the weighty; as '
affair It now so-, frequently proves. -s here. Between
For autumn ahootlng la English these figures yogi can
C COcoa ui{ Grove Florida.KITTY gowns ,
PERKY.
hR. ; style that 4re,not necessarily! 1'8"ItrIcte4 ", surely find the
suit
and
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to theif;snpposed porpoae. one price
; sees a tweed puff brswn color suer
'BROTHERSMabhin laid with fsuij 1 red sad green "limes Let .us .show you that, will exactly, meet your w'ishesap
tile| hems and;; waistcoat of brows ;
sneds., In similar style to rough black Our" Schioss Clothes of which this is i;
or whits fries*]with facings of gray ,
Shop kJd'and a tai collar of MUtet'nIt the 'new t an example, are gentlemen's.clothesj} i

vet' |p J. V. WALD1'J 'j J
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Agents forte;New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene One of the iry newest fads to the fall styles. just in of the best kind f i .

SPECIALTYGen carrying of dressy parasols an through I ',
and kerosenej; ngine i_ repairing a j
: the months of. tember. October and .
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even the early; part of November. This .
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E'T'\ part In the getup of the well dressed l' !
MIAMI, FLORIDA
SOB SEVENTH STR woman according too the Mew Idea
Uagaslne. Some bewlideringty love W.
R. RHODES J
ly. parasols bite been Imported for :
late autumn wear. One lovely model, .
4v which bas been! sold to a fashionable
New York wtqnan to use at Lenox 322 TWELFTH STREfT :

when wearing a dark blue .chiffon I .. '
ws made of four shadesof !
crape gown .
blue chlffoii itlotb; one on top of the .- ....4 .. .. _
other with font deep flounces aroundthe H-i

K was edge.of dark* Around blue enamel the stick wood'which was ,, o 000000x o Mi\t! o o o oo'1 Je of 'V ,U
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twined a piece'f real Irish lace Insertion :1
The handle was of repousse silver

with a boW of Irish lace. .Nearly The Best Thing on Earth Is Earth Itself
an these autumn parasols are cut from : ; f J

very much darer;;materials,;;hot are S ._. >
made to give the same fluffy effect as ) -k:
tie lingerie pafasols .which have been .
tear eau n so fashionable all summer. These new \ --

he fr"J<'1"jf,lJo.i \ parasols are toLbe{ used in New York .1

.' .. for driving and walking and also on. 1 We SellItheaith. :
LF : an dressy oee Iona. >
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r;LroRLY PRIZE i -+ --t 'I'' '! ....._ **..r Oakwa*. Bale*. r ,
M == Cream one-fourth of a cup of butter ?
.=. I... ...EMN'r bad beat tnto/it I the:yolk ,then tie Addition 1 Additions o f
.' ..=:1.--- "*, whit of aa egg. Add also two:teaspoonfuls Riverside a Bay View tI ,
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r of sugar md a fourth of a r e t
.a/ .b.wIk Sgrare oiN!Me.aa".1.i' spoonful each of mustard salt and Tbft8 vplendid residences fourth,ire 'now \ pate recently platted and plaid'an t -10" f

tisdmtyo.lsoktd.a.p. J'. I papclkL.Them, pour on very gradually' S and the a Dct the market 60 choice lots on Biscayne f .. r
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beating constantly, half a cop *f hot ,stow building,baa most begun. Many <- ,e t
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ULLtNDORr BLOCK Drive, near the home of:B Rsdcr ,
;, "lOia'AVCNUCD, vinegar.'Cook.ver hot water snatll the .-'. high elsss, homei will W built there T. Dr. and ,
mlztnra thickens a little-It should be ) \ the next three months. We have Just eonJ -t altboMgh the plot has |lust been Bird slrrsilyfefcraVtofii !;:

.IRethletcregamdat, cool bore tractoto have the trees all removed, sM hare been sold sad win'br im- -
OiBathTroom sOrrlag into,aaeaerpint-of HIM -:tweer. rlow'are: arrangtag.to bate &bel; -preTvd at one*. Forshornwhowagsdenim. I g 4
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shrsddad eaboaga. This saaks* aa aeidrssstag. )
\ v and "e i
: ,'" -- rock takasi off sod lots cleaned U v ll '
fij ates lt4insl tsOT rlaokinr the ,asj.ligti ;
'\ ,., '''I'' w t I Tb water and sewer piping has been "
:.t.: swil.a.r IB ..'.. ) \j ed and will be laid ss soon s. received' Thesj-j and besjtUrnl aad yet cheap Here i h their '
; l Is the* moat essential feat That hshlcn itather favors the t short ,.) S will tnllow the street" pavincLow here are, opportunity. Tb..... lots will be sold at$liOeaoh
are of the 'modern bens coat or bolero:las a fur model to suggested i4 \ selling'for flMM ca b. (16968 In on*year] D'IIe.U, p'lm"a".lu Ci.t.Lanl N.
Nmd in two NO BRIDGE
flOoM years. t !
it U m somijoC the advance styles.
as a necessary con TOLL ehargrd to anyone who buys lots of II'J LET UL BELOW YOU TI1MK: ;LOTS. r;
fort,to any home. Bette c"wwa slmplt form evidently dt- I :
alped with art to thorough' ceaJj -l- i
eye .
s I ,put ,money in perfecting '0
l: the sanitary system, thereby III !.i.iWe
Rivermont Furnished :
Houses
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insuring toe health'an .. 411 I
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comfort, of year family f I tI own moat of the river front lanes olaf! ..,e'e'a lands lit of Faraishwt onuses;
than:spending, it i tor fin Ii ( both sides from tbe city: limits up ] We ,
tt to lease for the '
-1 fnrnishinga. Agts. for fort i the-General (Awrenee pllc!!. Parties de-| swm, rspginir in l price '
I airing acersfte land, including riparian] from flfty dollar a m 8TLO'rlONfNOW ;
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TO..LOCATION AND PRICK.]' if tai eipect to.pu 1I
Famous Racydt 1I a I "e ..1

I b any watt? iB parts.of tile city we b.ve choice lots, reskkaces and baslasss bouses for satejaod) are e

I" I :' i"prepared'lo point oat,to Investors the easy roa1|to bambooei dlYIde ds. Here are a few; we have othersatHMtMM t


M. J., McDONALD f .I Iota!.the kaart nl the cHj, j.' 3 Iota M St...Mmk Btrr.< taigata Ill r.. badMea pivpoMlio CHI A.e..e o F i-2f
.., CI iN SUOOM. w h. Wkttb *>ablc. the (I..1._B.a.s.e III elk'". D. b.b hid.dad.akebig.aro.7' ,,
F i. ',- .I is,. Boalevarl.lay a ran /fckaaca at 151
Twelfth Street_ ualFlorlit,: S7 asr I A Urh fM,
> .). X tot a 17k.ff.t.worth twen.eo.iof I I Gond twMfcw f ? ",--.11-... I Paubrral.atiwt cbeaa.conwrn.A.k.tur prtc Ujjat*.,> ,' f'i
-Matttlm.a: II I caarateBcc .. '
:J II..s.4IOt w'ueiIuawa.d.ai, _bo.ee.Stbursy.eh4.ja, .4 \"
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!1n4 fIG ftb trr< for Txn\j\ .
) ON W ,*tt. be p.id. ani-bed at 75 feet frogta ae.thir4 L
worth!1.'JUo,r1w ht*rm.img .. I 4 Tonm bowc, a ....... ctraet. torS139BXA III CMII.I,/LODat4 i.-. -,' r1
rr I ""._..w.-.....". .oa a4,? t floe !cot of i.a.q .' i
: flAHNt; worth,...price whhmrt ike lot. Lot S.block ti elk. -, tot' ....... lj at tr-JO.oe. lL'l", loa"" ; '
,i t M*oe>Oth cticet. Char at t500.ro II I' Bovae aad lot a 14t1l.-a. hut o..tlll .t OIl tile....... t.a h.- l 't
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tacB. ,hawfor/73dat4 ( .
J I :' CI'i Othero.tb.ddeprepsnke, ,' I .IocatwsI.theelyY5paea -' i: ,,1
Architect and: Builder } &amoralo. [ ,
If tort m winter: yet carrying's certain No matter what joss want we are in position to save you mon '. We have had more than r
: 20 yean experience in this business in Florida and have a record for, never having failed to make'
very taking im.rtJrea. is the banded
I now have in my employ one of the beat bolero mOfl.eI1orthose who purchase on our advice: Come in and let us give you a few pointers.We f
or cote Illustrated. It to of ,
'draftsman in the better f1'
South and am will be pleased to show you though you do not care to invest. I ,
seal the kraatf fronts t. e f fo
prepared than ever for furnishing falling overeat ', :
plain .
a and details tor good buildings fine cabinet high shapely f belt of blaek'eIotJI"' .) .

work; etc. ,I'amY now headquarters hemmed with, taffeta.EMtkwr t (t fr

for work turned'usually. work done, scroll in sawing a: riasT.' and CXAMplaning all ft.I: ...... .. u.- l C: J.I1.TaLum&Companjyes. r fj

mill. Leather proailses to be a noticeable .
garniture d1l'lj1r'the ,,
:! coming season ', '." I I"
although (the !Anther vest excepted: ) It I '
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Send order for doors Dealers Earth
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me your and window 4: will be applied;very' discreetly narrow ..-, "

'frames, baliusters 'bracketseti3<; ppE"s! and cZ?ar fariss3 reprcsccticsthe 0
convinced, I chief tae: ,. Black,snede. excellently : Rooms 8, 9 and.10,'FrisscJI Building i Miami Florida ,
and.be MIAMI
:: FLA seta off/ ; the rough Ivory friezes'end "
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'Interesting they are to the members I I paratory'to communion on.the fq'low- }HE WILL BE MISSED child throughout this 'entire vicinity

u. I of the honorable body. AMONG>> THE CHURCHES 8 Ing Sunday. Session meeting at closeof r and leaves a kind remembrance'fo4ra
,. 9 service to receive members. Sunday Says Punta Gorda Herald of J R., Ks many charitable acts ,to those A
Miami.Joes not have prize fights to e JI(1i1t CZ":1JtSidtiiCJxliX'; ..aaaR.fJ school and pastor's Bible class at Elliott to Move HereIt who were In need and received'his'

: 1' thj entertain her sopiting residents but M. E. Church, South 10 o'clock. j support given with .a free: and,wining
'a (. jape has her board of public works as Sunday school at.10 a.m. Preach- Is I well worth remembering that; hand. ,r
,; I "is living Illustration of The Hague ing at Jl a. m. Subject The Chris- :WILL WRITE A HISTORYOF the unsatisfactory conditions existing::1 I : .
1 conference. tian Uttj of Wealth" Epworth Leagueat THE WARS In our fmercantile circles Is anything 1 I
That .ei-roayor they 'are' talking:I'peace 'i REWARD '
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but. S C:45?i..m. Miss Rubio Wilson, leader. but desirable; and it Is with much re- : : } :
}bait to the Legislature ,
: may ge ,
"polltlcUj' to another local politicians Florida got-s out of office he may have '"Iteslst g the Divine Influence. Sunday directed Field Marshal Oyama the Mr. Jji R. Elliott, who has alwayi r vlct persons clj stealing fruit from my: 1'

-::* they i luntered by the Man On thet dug bis canal draining the Everglades school teachers. meeting. Wed genius who directed the military movements ben recognized,as a most, popular: and ,grove. J. M. Key Miami. }":
'Coiner air the corner of all corners "and that ought to get him a good job nee Jay fit 7 p. m. Mld-week.'servlce, of the Japanese army duringthe reliable: dry goods merchant, has et I tl l t
'Draiys--asst t night: |on the Panama Canal. Wtedneway at 7:30 p. m. Junior Ep: recent war with Russia, to wnt. fected [arrangements to remove nil i ti NOTICE
'.'< qontindlng he repeated: "Tes.% rdoo't'tbink worth;peagne a at 3 3" p. m. Friday an official history of the war, which entire ,-stock to Miami and. to man {

<-. .." The opening of the offices of the L. D. .Lowe. PastortHoly 'Is to be placed In the archives of the that city Us future home. This in AH lands anlerrmmy control are
j' is the most State. As soon as the history is formation his
'-Well. If yon don't think what Jo Miami Transfer Company comes to many friendsas posted and anyone caught hunting or
Joe QUnktT calmly asked his companion certain sign of approaching winter. Name Church completed one copy will be presented a profound surprise and prompts a :trespassing win be Proeec:1.t 4 to the
: .Tell me' about It" Snow may fly In the north the birds SerY the Church'of the Holy to England Japan's ally.while another sincere feeling of regret by the entire extent'of the,aw. R. L. .Hills;agent,
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Name]i tomorrow will be Mass at 9mij copy will.be presented to the 'OniteJ ,
."I.: m"flilnklng tbat:! 'd D't think may migrate and the rivers freeze on community all of whom will keenly I I -
; that an ex-mayor':win be In it because but.It never Is winter good until the a. tey. Father: Kennedy, priest States government, tn recognition of feet the! loss of one who'baa ever beena Fora'man Wanted
.j I Miami Transfer Co. opens its office In phjifBO. Residence corner 10th the part played by President Roosevelt leading sprit In our mercantile cir
.) ''I think we have got the man right here I I'n In bringing about I I For fruit and vegetable farm. Han
'- Miami Avenue C. peace. cles. '
hat-I ihiak will be Dace county's wbo undentandl grove work setting'
j I lest representative." came the retort -i 11 Punta Gorda has been the adopted trees, budding eta Apply la personto
'' That's what I am thinking I bear It rumored that there is K || First Baptist Church< WILL ARRANGE AJOINT I home [of Mr. Elliott for many long: M. S Burbank.. American .Nat and
H. W. for several Corner Avenue C and ,,7th street MEETING years,|during which Ume he :
!> and I te'l you.this,man of mine is al. possibility Merrill Dallas, has endeared Fruit Co. :
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I I' seasons manager of the Royal Palm Preaching by the pastor at 11'a.. m. Nov. 4. The executive himself to the entire populaceand I
right Just|as. straight,.as they mate 1
-em ind .. competent as the next because Hotel, may throw up the job and not Subject'! "The Exaltation of Esther; the Arkansas committees of the TeUl'and his departure will be felt by one Squab Breeders far Sale Cheap
I be baiybeen there before ana come South this winter but If he does or Coining to the Kingdom For Such I I State Bar Associations and aU.H .
i was fcrnone* ,the top-notchers fighting come there will be a "bag shaking"and a Timft as This Ordinance of the I!met here today to decide upon the U': now only a question of a few On accountf of my houses ;'being-
t of bones" such I I Lord's'S f Supper' will be administratedimmediately :'I program and other arrangements for days before be nls
for tbV Interests he' represented. "rattling a was resigns citizenship crowded, will ref sbeap on* aaadresi
That's the to send I Ito never heard before In the office ant after sermon. Sunbeams]J+ the joint meeting' of the two associations of our'town and bids farewell to die pair thoroughbred squab' breeders 'or' '
we are going
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tie Leelrtatirre, and Just to put other department of the great rat' S'P Vim. B. Y. P., U., 6:45"p.. m. I I"arkius next'which. is to. be held In Tex- home ?tof his adoption. In leaving JOO young bIrd.'that win'breed': .hi S. '
house In other words Mr. Merrill Preaching by the. pastor 1: June or July. Ul. he carries the .
iou 1xi\will tell! yon who he &..He ,P-t.m. -- best wishes and of most. ) Jaa MeComV.; *-, .
,i'BO other, tian" Here his will come alone! or minus the better:'Subjec| "Hear;Ye ,Him." Prayer,and j I good will of every man woman and Pompano II|(
Put i I'Praise Service, Wednesday 7:30 P .'
of the three- quare-meaJa-and i ; p.m. --.
Totc* dropped J to a whisper and the '. = .
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abed, ciks _.". het V ..-.... v I ; .. ;
,On..jLbe Corner. who bad beenpLPiag V w uv een i J' t .. .
tag- on I their heels backed tpagainst' hero before, and who labor under the fff Christian Science .' : T:
another friendly He halnclnatton that no one but Uncle Christian Science service Sunday at I '0: : : ", L. : .
post.
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Henry and men of like calibre wno 3 p.n4Subject] : ."Mortals and Immor-

.."i1aIbeen"-'. "scooped"'I .....'' .' ... & can;;produce. .dollar or two when neeessa'ry tal..TesUmonlaJ.., service, Weanet- E rt i Mr. Property: Ownesk( : ; '
day a 7:30 m. Services are held
; '& are ;their equals. Merrill isarrtght | p. .- ..
saw a ciLUen yesterday clrcnlat- a .first-class hotel manage, in Roth Building, l>tn street. f "Ii'' ri
;: lag a petition f r'a friend for building .j. .
anda; good friend.to Miami and everyone : 7'' -4'f
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the omen has not
If First M., E. Church "
-wants Mm to come back but \ :
I jet .been 'Crea'ted, there Is a need for there'js not a mothers son of them Cornet Avenue. and Eleventh. street, Since the-.announcement i of' the beginning of*
It The demand: mole
3 becomei ap- even the Man 'On the Corner who Services as follows: Sunday school operations by the Art Stone Construction Co.', we_ .

:'p.reIR.eyefJ". ....,*.....*... ._flj *" would, : object to having the bag; run at S4C a., m.. Morning worship at have secured two contracts for 'hirnishing'stone, r ttJ l! '
try. when the'"bones begin! to rattle. 11 o'clock... Sermon .by the pastor. for *'f .:
residences.
People from,tllattolhern'perUon oTIke r' Junior:;Leagne at 3:30- p. m. Epworth :Oont Be tie LastMan I.
ixmnQri are beginning to 'Xhlak "I"see that dirty sheet the Jle'troI !>>agur at CJOp. m., Rev E. V. aNOW' I
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/they' areV'irfln 1cX"unted-out'-of'it 'in o11s. BlackdUui'will- lead the service. Evening 1 '.. .b ;;

county politic? and' will begin to make I dollars.", remarked; a citizen who worship at-7:30.o'clock. Sermonby in your town to order !
their demands early;1 la the season. claimed !Ihat be was not a subscriber the:"pastor. 'Class meeting'Monday new garments for the fall and MIND YOU,

neT Iat-'to baY ;some strong. 'can to the paper "let. came the quick at 7 P.:2 m. Prayer meeUng on Wednesday winter season. Have them

Wdate. response from another and judging at 7:30 p. m. A cordial invltatlo'ii made byJohn I .
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., from.the: Metropolis"advertising columns Is extended to all.. Herman
t. these parties: INVESTIGATED the manufacture of
It dldntseemtb; baye'cIoIIe much the progressive merchants of a. Porter, pastor. Sewell & Bro.
other before their orders
stone by plants placing ,
t the;
good to Increase ; number of city Miami are going a long ways toward
and were CONVINCED that method was: _
t e aacUmen; as, there 'were only six helping, the publishers raise this p| Presbyterian Church Miami's foremost clothes mak our

la attendance the other night and die amount Good morning." Morning worship at h o'clock. An- ers. They will be up to datein .
proceedings wenton'with'abooi; the Man On the Corner. tliem "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Rememberthe I SUPERioR
.same tedoqsness| as tlleT always Say'.T every respect. fAR
cI14.1 rmOD. "What Is It to Be a |
spot.
Routine matters are IIO(very; Try those,.homemade cakes,and pies Christian..... ? Complete':ADlwer In .Three I 't! :

.T Iqs to4h; r.spectators no matter. how at-Lefjer'/:/.t1Pcesli suppijr. every" day. 'Scripture;! Words." Tbls service Is pre 338 BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCK i TO ALL }I 9 I I .;
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will demonstrate-you why and how we can give


ft 1 :.1 c,.How about Y! that., new- .. Hat ? you better results'for the money:. invested l' :


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... : 'o'Are' ':ycUcstiIl wearing your old seedy' out-of-date ,Goes Witn Our' Stote. ;,4;,-

'. c::::: .t. :* :* -5trav{".or f felt hat ? .Perhaps you,have been thinking 1t., .- 1.. ,F

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: ; <, ''f :. -of'getting once, and merely waiting for '1
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r L. """' (. ,.: \.. ?..t.e new shapes; to dome In ?'t *T. :?, ?" ? '

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t .ave just our big shipment .t '

4 the new Knox,, and ,Young Bros styles. .. ..' ,,1 ,

u \ ,All\\ are 3eauties.anq as most style% are medium .. l I ; and Stone Yard foot;of A\'e. D, '1)0

'tt wide brims, they are just the thing [tlor| a summe: !'J <\! ih Miami, Florida ;: :

i climate. They keep you cool; and b| turning down ro\\ \\\\t\:) "LOOK fOR THE: TURN INJTHC:,WALUr 'I":

".c* the..brim. shade your eyes f from! the glare of the street t.

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G .' A1iiuintiial Color $ -'- ; i i' -' $'

'f- 1-. tI l Tackle Eastman
jj Fishing jjj
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1 'I ':: ., i I'' r : : ,Fawn, 'Nutrfa-.Belgiuin: ; Etc" .' : >jj Nassau S tl1s'8nd Tracht Supplies, ; ..
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: :: Knox I Hats $5.00! and $6.00
/*' .. ,, : | whistles and side ligths iliS
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; We sell.the.best that money can bpy! ';:ThefAnthony' :=.Rom (Co H WORTHINGTON, ; ,

i We' want the World: to',know. ':.t., .
> I iti _305 12th Street, 2 doors West of led Cross Phar'cy !Wt { ,

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Office"Phone 35 |11.| M.. KING RHidence 'Phon.e8, '


SMITHS Undertaker, and Embalmer ? I' W. I F. MILLER


III I Ie Ip 1800 AVENUE. D 5p.Y ,. THE UNDERTAKER I '

RESIDENCE 2ie STREET,,',., PHONE 25 : 413 2 STREET I

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The frame work of Dr.'.J. M. Jack I :

[ crsonalMrsKlrk dlew1Jilot't# ) 8Oa'.' new private office building atbe ..

TOTSOITKT i corner of Avenue 'C'and Twelfth WHY HAV2 THAT

1--- -"-' street is all up and the structure I.beglanlng Is TIRED FEEING?
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1I Monroe,of Cocoanut SouthernAcross, Chapter, United .to show proportions. ORDER A CASE .OFt ;

I spent yesterday In the city. Grove"J Daughters of the Confederacy! ,:ire je-. ,I I a.t.UREHE I BECT.dgars : __._

SIWHe quested to',fceet; at the residence I of, ,Miami' as'ht Agency.1\D- IJox 353. within reach when'abaci t!

Beat table board $4 per week. Leu* M r.. Guild 'Smith; TNuedaNo.ember buy and.' 'lleh' yachts launches and TonicBrew Better have one or: twe'gooJ aasscssi, R'
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Restaurant '13 AAenue D. ' 9th. : { boats; of all kinds. If you want: to. buy than. a dosen of inferior tmaBtr.'
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H I'. .'t- or self"give ns a'citl. J.f"P.: Kellum. w I Havana tobacco saay bo high pries abut
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'Mr. H. E.. Mehl, has returned from Dodmemade.!! .plea'J.a.t'ptea at manager. *tf' that does act 'prevsnt tiff ('trtaaour .
L 4eah. customers Oe'exeeQest "
short vacUon'wbtch'wu pleasantly ,
a 'I-f" \
spent in Jacksonville Ole last week. \ Police Officer J II. English wu arrested \ ,. HAVANA FILLER FOR a CSMTS' ;.

'i4.. JezJe(! l S.:'Roe
'Charcoal .br Uer' for sale. Dll'IU- arrived; ((4!;Miami this,morning|uid sworn out by one W. A. Campbell from[the Acme Bottling good amok, having the full ncea saa
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qnet.'Hunt Monesese make..Apply will 'be' the < orks. Our drinks
410. Pith street on lthb.street tor-.the' winter. / be will probably given a hearing f :,

\MI.I1A j 'I| J Jsl before County Judge Heyser Monday are pure and fresh:; HAYES !: "i

'Mr. Barnett Maxfield. cashier of u.. F'urn1Jhed'DiI |2-per:.week.' .' Uer' morning. The case against,the' officer We use only fine' gran- :THE CIGAR' MAN t

le County State Bank at West Palm I.' Res anran'},: <10 Avenue D. .h' grows out of his arresting. campbellrhair'sday' ulated sugar in syrups OPPOSITE: HOTEL. ,BISCATTJM .

I Beach,, is spending a few days ln-MI-: !\ and of his toeing force ; ,. .tP.

: amL Senator P,.|)I. Hudson has moved to erect the arrest and for:which reIstance Acme Bottling : .
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Brossitt &
his ne'ud Sa "4
into elegantly appointedlaw fined
"1';( Campbell was by Municipal ;
I if' yon want a real cheap, tot on offices ;the Townley balldlngi; at t 'Judge Sanders. Now he retaliates ,Works Successors to C. !|C; Carroll, the ;

5th street see us quick. J. H. TatumCo. the corner.JD Avenue 0 and'; lit! against{ the officer by..C: arcl1lc at a rest. West of Ice J'IIctGQ' Homeseekero, ,Agent ... ,. ..':
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greet p that he committed' assault and bat- I '..
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Special Bargain > ;
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Made.Ij { t r ....-- e. t ery by clubbing him.For month
: This weofferthelriaw-1
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Fifty loadswell rotted stable 1
manure -
Epworth League oC'the First ,
: I TIle ing list of property, and would be .
one Jet: old for sale cheap, If celved "yesterday morning came from .
Church entertaining to info the details with .
M. E. proposes sale or exchange for Miami glad Co jesu
good many enthusiastic, with social next Friday night at taken at onc t: Miami Transfer Co. Buffalo.' N. T., and win average the If von will natch this
a on V-*' property. A five acre farm with a I tpace Sod
friends among house-\ceep-\ the Methodist parsonage. 1 1<41'''' Ivej!room house barn and concrete cistern r I largest and: finest animals ever will be able to pick up some goodpaling

Captain Dlck: ,Smith Is limping about brought to MIAmI The company property. ,.' i
ers by unusual values of the. one-half mile from little BI'YerltaUon
Miami automobile. Lof the streets today t from an Injury to starts out to1 do a greater and better r. 8sta
Seeing by and"llear the ,Mlaml-Palm '
have one of hla :feet. caused by stepping l livery aDd baggage business this. sea- If want a good lot let
'Cut GlassChina ton &: Einlg. opposite postnfflce Beach, speedway. For particulars address ever yon cheap ,
-toilets car for bite rn a rusty nill. The wound Is not lIOn than before. us show, IOU the one we. have onS.
_, an up Box 457, Miami.
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I ond: street tor $350.
serious., 'yW4tee I : .,
1 4 For Sale .4. Pope-Hartford touringcar. A new 4 room )house, and lot
Mrs. E.D.vLBIIIT.lAd[ children of f| !'. : Tie city, ,council chamber and; municipal : with lot'of extra Pans. tubes I House ,painted and ceded sad Im
Arch Creek are among the visitors In :Salesman In each count good condition-: a'tbort tisse ;vfasb
.court rooms to beo, pat In tires shoes,.lamps, ete.I'Everything ***= -
Miami today, and are the'"guests' of for "Ije'saged'ssd, Papers of the Cotetederscy" ; ;- + only $500.- ?

and Silver >t Mr and Mrs-fir D. Broaslev on Ninth compiled by Hon 3. D, a'more-commodious- '-- and_ comfortableconjjtloa. complete and In fine' rumning;order. ?A, good,,bnjlnes, 00:. jreaideae: *'-*,*#

street Richardson xelnslve.territory, Qb, *ran concerned.- Aoomhree Can be tried.] For sale:at"a bargain I property on Aterine D and 3rd st. "
se"'D chain will be arranged In or will exchange for good boat ISO (t oa Ave. D and 11)01L) oa 3ftL
etal remuneration. Address for power
here paitlculars.
Ch they find and the dock built This property has a dwelling, beta
rows across a
room Address P. 01 Box No. Miami
away-"! I It is'1 abtl1t: ,; For' your bathroom fixtures go toW. F. A| Smith. 120 Monroe St. 107. and fruit trees oa it Cheap cash
for prisoners and a witness stand con r
: J. Brown In the new Front BuildIng Jacksonville, ,Ra. hoagie: and lot !on 14th street *
to do'aUtt1e'overh iii-;; I structed. TIle council table will be
LEGAL B and C.
,.comer,Avenue D and llth street PAPERS between avenues ; This
tug nowtoftave thela Ib1 Dr. James'111. Jackson Jr.,: left.this provided-with. jseats for the members, 1, house 'eomptetel/\ ;famished aad ,
look Its best and most I; : Hrs. W. 8raadowregII!' moruI c'for BTonson. Levy 'county, In !be marshal;and city.'.fttorney.' The ready for; occnpancj;has all con vest- '
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clearrllU"elate .from, hla'-private Deed. Jos:: /bHam den to D. R. iences. f ,Term. reasonably putt
petizing for winter appetite Jar' winter residents of Miami baTe answer to summons; to.the beside JesK'while. .a,' table will be furnished l Knight for 1400, lot SJ: block 1M cash, balance 1,2 and 3}_.*.\ ]aML ]t'i
returned from their northern homeand of his aged t&other who suffered a I,jam' 1 vesUgate.thia.n y
'I- .. ,.J, i'' I IIMYNARD".SOI1 will spend the next neveramonths stroke of paralysis yesterday afternoon for the'members of the press. All of deed 1 A nice country house,-Oatiuatr''-' ;>

here.- i side which put her In a very the above Will be conveniences long I'I Mortgage W. W. Jarvis et m thoroagblare.to l the, .AHapattahi. :r.1

,: critical'condition.: .r' : ,. ,' ended and.,which 'will be thoroughly to. OU e'.C. Maltby for $450, ;lot V., country,'near po. t-of cei-school; and '
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.! :. 1 1 1To ippreolalde by all having business I I f block lip OI w'. addition to, .W>st store, abort.tide -.toe lovf' :. This
: n Pound: Lady's'bicycle, owner eaa 1 an of all
OO '1' :I > W f.MoHgage abundance :
;[ Q eRfteg(with;the-.flouncti .jv Palm Beach.-
have same by proving property..and Wanted. -""To bay. 6'to'tt". room. mmnlclpalflorae t. htnndof'nlt Jrees-a .e.rogssri

... "paying, for adver lsing. ,J. 8.' Brad house sooth:tf"
i fort.'' of tt, Have about $1,500 to pay'cash.Chaa ( 1 to W. L Metcalf for ;$:e7.25 Jots C3 .. Seven screeWi iaipfwtfC, t''
I ;: For, B.1rHad.ooe ana M. containing This IS a bargain. -r; One-haU-cash,
VanDeftrnon. sevm -aye 1a''sec-
Box 7 acres
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Mis ;.Belle Blackmail-arrived home I :f1 '', year old .bay mare, sound to every tloa'lO. tp. 43 south range 43''east':
I ",Q.t .. L .. .' -r''. Here is-sometbing In -a finsimes]
I last?nlght-from: a two weeks visit : Mrs-JT ,c.; u'Br\ea.) who ewer.-I;nJ.: y.,.and' in;splendid e i
: 9 S. .Ith.' frleDciiat' Jacksonville, going nable, propertJ't 1 and a'comm', *. Will Woi-t'D any ptac' 10. block, 23. ,West Palm Beach. property is within one-lalf block of-

maJ Ji.for: tke 'p upOae. of attending winter.berne :ait'Bnena VIata; big,returned Not In the least afraid of trains, automobiles i Mortgage thepoat-olfice. The Jrot.} ia:2&al50 ,
fIbi deed, J.. L. Larsen s
i to Armour feet, and has a strictly modern two
he wedding of a near Mend. .'from.the .iforth, ,froNewaYotk'byteam'er ot'steam rollers A'good I
SellDogs, coming m family:: horse" !or for' aground farm I Fertiliser Co. for $10125'eight story.stone.building, which ia.2Sz75,

IF" Jacksonville, w fk. "' '11: 8.'. acres In section 34. tp. Fl. oath range feet.' The first/contains; a' store. .,
I Nothing niceror: more' bj. and ,wfll '[:spend the 'next several. Bwbank, MlamL 42 eastMortgage 2575. tht aetond.-which ,.a 25x40

)} than the homemade pies and 'cakes 'months here.!;; > 'j"i iyided 'iato'a flat containinr ,t -
But" .1- can give. you. a to,be bad:only at.LeBTer-s. I tt'l!! The Miami Transfer Co. will Inaugurate deed. O. W. Hameland four large rooms, with' bath *
*3 Its bus service Monday wife to the Flat National Bank of 8tAugustine. halt: All conveniences. This prop-- '
Fine, new hijnse for.'saie: at a;blg and otherwise fore|$.fOO, five acres In arty: Is rented for the first year at'
: Pointer''ayo M. and Mrs. M. H.: Peck.of Day.tonafl .acrflce'and 'oily pari-''caaa 'Dafanoe put their business in operationfor 20. tp. 4C, south range 43 eastForty section soot 00. and the second, at $720.If .-,-

are visiting their daughter..Mrs.F' easy monthly payments.: .: :.ru..Tat1_ m the winter.. Eight busses, a number you want a safe and profitable
W. Amason on Fourth street for *: Co. SI" -*r '- -. of'hlgh grade carriages and a sufficient 1 investment secure, [this "at once.

i r ELECTRICAL Work l'( several ,weeks; also Mlssj AlUla"Peek.who" .IJi&: 'number of baggage wagons to acreai'\\i fine vegetablepine Ian y. The price i:" verv rcaM' >nable sad
and ditched tema ea" i
PrsIrlfor rent In y.
their meet and accommodate all
granddaughter. Rev. Dwlgh patneron,jf PalnjBeach demands
Here i i.' in .
Is .In* the- city i< br, sereril.day si "f":He' will be In service. !Practically all of quantities !to suit; at a bargain' at nit a and property a bearDrjrapcf
.. orange which
lii.: BROWN ; .. Arch Creek -.tep t. This grove r a\
,. For Rent-: Tw'o furnished rooms; held aa early!sfejrlce'at Trinity church the vehicles'are here,though the company should be seers property i j. seldom offered for sale at the, ; "

> ',ical',.Contractor- '.1113 Ave. C. desirable':location, modern.. ,: eonven at Coco uut dray. 'yesterday and,offs 'Isyef to, receive:V. number' of subscriber to be appredated.Thr price} asked. This [propertyeeefeet. -'. '
will be
: enoes. Reasonable. lilt horses, which win found.on pram tame ten acres and ban 1475 trees ,,
.. Apply Metropolis at 8t Agnes night Rev tameron come from Kentucky
John H. |
Welsh
-- once and reach"here.In -tf f part bearing. 600 to bear nextyear :
was-a-resident.of Miami for more time for.thebusr ---- and 300 the fuilowisis. 't
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than a year. an| was.this sprIng'mar.rlea. rnshvTbe: carload et stock rer CPccnoccoocococcococococxxxxcocococoocococcoco IJere i* the lit: ;, i-.
4, MOftAI'lDairylouch .S.I Ladles...* Aid"Soelety.. of theFtni 'locatlns
M. E.!: Church held their regular where be :tie 500 bear neat
{ has love and respect of R E CxN yeas
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meeting at the 'church Thursday afternoon a large parlslt fUf"t STORE 300 .beat In two lerw s
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.. .. 100 ,
,-; Mrs. 'L. A. Osborne <011'EtchJa l' : ... orange.. bearing I" ,,.,.l
100 beat Jied .A..
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street, invited the Aid to meet Tea thOTsanJigrapefrutt trees ready STBt4wGomicPost, Aa. 350 budding'stock. "'. "J

with her next Thursday! for planUni atjTousey/s-Nursery, one J L1orHmW deak.>-f4 l.q.I"at lock, ta4oaa aurtrrad sale .rallrrlaf- 50 pear tree. (avocadx. )

thing lldud J mn',west of :;:fc >eoannt'Grove.R.. R.J: : .nekuir olTer for 04 V'clT Rrmrdtwrite I 25 mango trees' i
1 .new" IIIj Wood.for 8ale-r, Stove- wood ready Sta cell reasonable. to METROPOLITAK T4LK1NU Situated on the fam at MACHINE "o. KO Mal. at.. JaduMTiM I Glade rock.roadj\lf; mile froatthw. ..
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for Leave t .1 .
use. orderg at either Nagtului'aarj ria. Catalogs.! .
1. WdJR making ,the city. The pda and tersia art sal_
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Co.'or IX R. Knight's MessrsTtAss Green. of:Arch.Creek ,J\\. e"'l' itra.t.a-6a.e, a..4...'.i.is.la TJclBltj.1 Nrw that will moYethi; _;' romptJl.' Y.
slid neatest dwv, grocery store. Prompt delivery. Jeo.B. and I John",GiqeUe,;of.Little 'Rlverare a jSQs 10 fill bean.... wire craw.Swclllaf gm keMwlthil Harm interested. write or cafl at o.aeh i
: 3 Bite of keys rate La... "
Bttk visiting .la tbe''clty today. ..They re .. .. Pta,ftoM aloM.t .aka in the-. : '. to czchaan fr lik poi W i
city port truckersiris 'their localities ;ut.Uq'II1' ; a a *pmfartT.fmtty .
room r rr ;
ctrttan ; for
'ar/ } juUctlanH4ITM
Vanlandlngham. of Miami and tomato Jeed beds preparatory l If you 'feeling blue, come B. W.ti IMiNi ott> *. P. o. Doz 457. MiaaJ, l'

AN- IDEAL PLACE his auger; Mrs.Jas. Pope and child!, to nlanUng'forlthe winter. ,crop, asttiati d around and "see,'our line of

; TOR LADIES I Ii of,.Americas." Ga.,' who have been visiting !the" Indications are for. the crop comic post 'cards aud, have a Miami 'Conservatory of.

their'aunt. Mrs.' G. W. Wathare' t0. to be comfortable 'but not, a record laugh. We also have a large fMiIs

returned .to their' respectlvhomes. e : breaker. | "
< : line of 'Souvenir
loi t Connected with a saloot .Lake, City Index. 1 postals ahd 225 Twelfth Strcttij a
1 fine Souvenir China.,
: ton to
We charge 4. 'cross our 12th: j Franklin Cofcmaii Bosh Director.luropean .
.jiilk every day at M w. E.!: Mills, of street tb' *
!; Memphis.. Tena.. f: bridge %any one who buysd a '
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glass., Light re- arrived lit Miami( this morning'an lot of ns la Rl't nllde. or A plan tide, cftea "Mi each[ 25c:oorckase traintd fa :Jty. An'artist in charge of each
TO any one
',-I meat Piano, Pipe:Organ, Voice Violin Mandolin. KIoc..".
_talents served;during will clerk'in the E. B. ,
Dongtas'dgoods >7 who rents, and a noose on : EVER- -
ypccnpies SAND' SELU:: IT CHEAPER- tiou. PhYh cal Culture, .French, German and Spanish 1Iara.
i aH hours. store Mr. Mills Is thorough any .of said lots. We nave aecirted DJ and History of Music Classes. Barrow's.8rndcrgarteaaua i

.' dry goods salesman! and will probablylocate to self tlckets|& regular patrons.at. W.,' H. Chaille & Son Primary Music} Classes. "z, ,:; :: .Send for' .catalogue

I door'east of Avenue D on 13t1 11 permanently In Miami with half regular riles. ,Call ana see k

t., Point Bnilding4MaimtFl a this firm.' .jut J. H Ta'tafi ft: C. ,. 1211 Avenue.. D Diplomas Granted Upon .Gra'duatiou.1. .
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to me possess.than the"' minions your father need i MO E'S. FOIBLES. i el: eoovoeoooe ooeeee eee '

.Parshall's'Waitress wear she admitted Inquiringly.! ..... wiiaJet'", t7. Flttiag B........ o o
1 i- ; "And your'answer?" he premed.T ao_ New Dealfca I. Blo......

think" she Bald ''1f I were asked Long ySraisted, tight fitting bodices!! 0

1 1I1uuld any DO." are veryj'smart. They open back: sn>! YOU CAN HUNT 0

I ._ l':1rsbnU's face fell. front in $ V street
"1SIl.." he said BOftly. "the night before The newest designs; in bluu m and
By Dorothy Bayard + x
I left, your father mid that he atternooi bodiceK are tucked or gathered -
would ue\er give his daughter to any ofl ii o the foundation.-. There are -- AfteH November 1st-
{ .O 7T%<.i!, IDG. ,1>y E.' 8. IIeM.... oue save a man as rich aa himself. It no slde!'&leces' in the material part.

was said conversationally but the personal .: Host of'them are made to fasten in 0' \ ,

4 f Nojone ever found out Just why the application" was too pointed to be front jf\ Be sure see bur to date Materials .
Izuored. you up Hunting -
: train from Kliadyslde happened to k Empire coats both l long and short o }
"And yon 'went away, not caring to much this
,see It very worn winter.
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//1:20 on time. Such a thing never bcd:
about me, not even giving me a clia.n-v They hare deep yokes, and the skirt e BEFORE
beard,of before and It certainly: to say good by 7" she pressed. are generally plaited. A fitted plei-c 01 0 you go on your hunting trip.' ;

bad happened uJm*. but RenelaerPar.haU.taklug "Bnt your father said your senU- the ebdb'nsually commencing In the k

advantage of the meats were the same as bin own. How middle'\ the back, extends In trout 0 .
trails well estaM.Th reputation ar was I to know well np nn-ler the bust and flnlnhes with '

rived at the Atatlnn at half after I'and Taint beart'ne'er won fair lady,'' handsome buttons. These girdlai are Watson

I found there would t.. .. no train until 8 abe quoted. often velvet; or oriental embroidery. J. W. i iIN
Mianpi
I know It. be said humbly. "That that ,
1L 'clock,' Long;fata reach to the hem of
was my error once. This time I shall
"'But-thr.r told; we that'the train the IOwa seem to be the season's fa 0 eS&
not_make the same mistake. Now I
I never was'"ou .tlWI"." be spluttered to am going to carry you by force If

.the station agent necessary, to the nearest minister." I. !& a eooooeoeoo,00 0,ooeeoo eeo,'o o o o
Not since the road's been bnllt"agreM "Bnt the store!" she crted. k.
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that functionary, "but abe came "Never mind the store. Let the proprietor ---- -- I Wa

In take careof It," I.l WE ARE WELL STOCKEDin I
oa tlme.tailay.; Maybe"-consolingly -
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"the three ten Tl be on time too." "'But'she is III," demurred Nan. f e the;..aT'of everything belonging U t tI
"Won't wait KenT" ', r '
you ere.
rarahall strolled out upon the station l I 1 a nrst-class drag house._la the nae of j
"If yon'II promise to marry me when
Jl1attDrm... .' t.,*.ra! .fife first" visit: east In the store closes," he promised. 'f, :. II! PATENT MEDICINES '1

"Ton see," she explained "Mrs. Be- d2If I .e have gone 'through the:Oft, Beet j:

dell Is III, and that's why I have taken F M'f)!j I weeded out the bad and sorted up only t'v

charge. I belong to the church guild" I on the good. What.we now have la, .f
'Then you're not a regular waitress .
Patent f
Medicines
I are,only those. d
r I highest merit aad that, have f
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"I've been waiting for three yean,
\ dear," she whispered softly, and Par- hrrrnit puttyerr found at.all times to be an claimed Bar1them. ..,

shall understood. ..1|, .
."After this," be promised you shall We are making special prices uti.. ,
watt upon me, not for. me." And be and "
them too, will,save you many a: ti f;
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sealed the with ksa.IIaaUaIa .
promise a
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Truffle. dogs care .very.Jealous work- .. ." t.' ,". ALL QUARTERS :: :;
era. If one were .to make himself too t <:' :rr /Lr!" '! ;,:: The Blscayne-Drug Co.
l where our have beea tasted and
officious his companion would fan on r i J4fl. $ pees ,
and 'worry him. AH the truffles do notgrow Jt tested yon will, hear them praised I
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underground, and ia such a.cue < ;? 'f.Wi heartily.. There Is a knack about pie Avenue D and, Twelfth Street .f[ .Miami I..;Floiida.I .. i irH.1F.SCflfgg&

the first few are gathered by the dogs ; ,baking which we' have ,caught per- -- -,, :
from the surface. Occasionally the /i y ectly. ,T f', .'. .
urn to able to pick one or two himself. ; -
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Dot for -] '
ready taking
They are quite "
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r however. No animal sftias jto be at I tH
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: ij II traded by tmffieaonbr. .half grown and will bear comparison 'with even the r
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: Immature. The when 1:;
scent only .
comes ,, ,'!? ,
;, .t ;" ;; beat of borne mate And If you area .
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one day till apparently every truffle has .. .. ,.. fair Judge, fOIl will admit ours are ;! Plumbing :Steam" 1 1I

t been collected and yet If visited after i lf; AM aura WAUUXa oowa.vorlte even better than "mother's." Bat you I 4 4I )
a short Interval will probably yield u f :won't be able to Judge unless you and Gas Fitting
many aa before. Until they are mature but the Etou, bolero and hip i give our a trial.IOHN I Ii I ;; "H:
the dogs cannot find them. Ie /'Jacke" all have their follow _
Every time.a truffle: la found the era. ,i Square effects on ,the shouldersare SUPPLIES '

"ATO'aura'TOO FOKOOTTH'*ra'so'm'. dogs stop and look at the pocket whets tlk fashionable aim and collars i SEYBOLD PLUMBERS ETC; ,

_, J ami LJJUt lBUGE&1' the bread is In a begging attitude and are only moderately large and tn a ". I I :'':;
:.. three yeah and i be bad run ont to Bet! do not begin to bunt again till after numb t. of Instances'. extremely small! 12 STREET ; 816 Avenue D : ':; Miami- Fla j 'I.:
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"repay. Food Is doled out In the dI
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his sister. .This suburban arrangement .
tiniest morsels, and yet before the day Is tendency toward skirt ". aF.
,.u anew thing to him, and be wished Is fltl.:_ around the : t.
over, though they still mechanically i;!: :CI'\ snugly hips -
now tOt be bad remained to lunch. ask for the reward, they cease to cat end R |ttltiR fnllor at the bottom. The A MOTHERSJOY '

{ It waa too late to go I back...Across' the It. They are the most tireless creatures circular skirt achieves this result' In. Money to Loan Household- Furniture ;:
street there .11'U' bakery;with a saloon Imaginable. Tbe_assiduity; of one In the moat satisfactory manner {j ji

'on either aide.- He decided.that particular .Is extraordinary.< I have Walking fc .lrti are made three Inches ,a In her baby and

the ,bakery, looked.the moattvltiag: Heel her work from dawn, until dark, from the ground but dressier JUI- i la with feelings : 1.

.and he strolled across.! _'. collecting in that time nearly eight are sweep.or ground length., f mingled pride
pacnds of trnffes. and with Every ha. marked line i .
Dew jacket a
4. :It was a c>fin, well kept little place, yet as ; nd regret that she Without removing from the house.in '
much briskness and apparent enjoyment In front that comes from stitched. down
and ,be sat down at of the white
with one : for the last as for the first "She plait J or stitching contrived to, rundown matches him grow ': sums of 15.00 and up. Can be paid back in .. !
covered tables a sigh of relief.H e has the brains of a whole litter In her," ,f dart fashion,. from the middle t: t jut of his baby. -
bad been accostomed to roughing It on says the owner gravely. fier'mother of the'iBhoulderH to the hem of the coat. 'I,I V jod. We can pie l' sums of f i.oo a 'eek. Business strictly' 'f1

the plaint, but now that" be was back: bad: only one puppy at her birth, and AU',oat sleeves that can stand them j h .rye the remem confidential. Writ us and solicitor will call : lI
east be wanted all the comforts. be sincerely believes that the talents havetlbow sleeves finished.,with a I I
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and Jrfed: potatoes? ," be ordered five or six were concentrated IDLoncmaa'a a close' fitting underslceve. | l L\ ooked at his sweet.. .dFEtCE .

when .jbe' became conscious that the, one.- Magazine. Tbewalklng gown pictured Is of tan .' I Bring .him toi' QITY LO ;

-..n/ea stood beside blm..1 .- cloth, ,The 'long close fitting jacket'bar
Jean Ant ln.tt. PlwM.In ... a.teat; revert and collar of bronzevelvet1 OUR STUDIO. .
rolls and cotl_" 'I" '
potatoes,
"t-feak reJ -
reply to the question, "What: maD The cuff.and,jacket are also POSTOfriCE.IA *
>eated 'waitress.:. Panball Jumped L of' bot: this'" plain circular OPPOSITE .
s woman, monarch or acknowledged of material The nd let us make: a ,.
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"wp-_suddenly"Out.be overturned.. bb ruler, has wielded the most deJa'potJe skirt' is sweep length I
cozen of our car-
cLI&li: : 1. power?" a,writer says no single M JUDIO CHOLLKT.

.yob l ereifanr'he .cried.., -Has It. Individual boa ever equaled. or even approached bonettes of him. It
.s 'coJnejbthhr'r! -- ,7:_' Jean Antoinette Potasoni; the SMART STY E8. J 1. ?1H not take longr Youngs' .Pharmacyr

\ .**I aatlthe waitress"hare, 'reryj mnchat most famous among the train of Louis ; cost: much and .

;". ) Z.r: fthau'a serylce,-..... said de- XV of France who war created Marqnlae ,La b..l.tl."i.; Doe'C.ati-Nlgkl !'for wffl have some a '7
.Pompadour and :for twenty .a..a clot ...... 1 ; ,I N CO R PO R ATE D ,..
.' mute ,.and sped away,to (Ie the ecPanball t'' .s fling to show him !
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yean swayed the. whole. policy of ', 'I .. ..A
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Thbisong dust coats In the'awer" I
tier. l hen be dandles ., "
< Prance. She fined aU public offices wtth -
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v'" .gasped. He bid gone west her own nominees and made her'own style; }! 'semlflttlng., with strapped R his owa baby oas -
stitched seams A coachman's collar: i Drug Store fo.Th e People :
,.' l because be could not offer a heart withkVfeVtBae creatures ministers of France.: She It finished with rows .of,' stitching. isaboutbe Leyr kneeAlbert :
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to:the danghter of David was who brought Belle Isle Into office neck .. !i'

.JC t..ow.i..1tent,was a. waitress with his*vigorous policy 'and introduced Baadeaoz are placed la all the new '' That's and it has been the ins
our motto, r> of adding honj
la r taker restaurant la a suburbantown. the Abbe de Berets. Into office to aatavl' Just hew and where determine :. 'Kaufmann !,1 ;

Y fie. .wondered way his slater work bern. pleasure.-: :rrevlonato Cor. <14th Su Avnac D. M1ass dreds of new. customers to our listT WeT sell only the pur1'!
1730 the poly of Flan had been to
had
SMt told Aim of her aalsfortnne.
Basle. had known why he went away. weaken Austria by alliance wlth-Germany ""i- '" .;., -- .- est drugs. AU prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacists. ,
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He.''swung around la his. seat,, :bnt This"waa arbitrarily changed We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city ..
Nan was not In flight, and be bad to. because Frederick the Great lampoon' WOMEN'S WEAR IN, WARTIME '
wait ed her and because, Maria' Theresa
patiently until she reappeared I PustofflceWe
wtth a tray on. which his lunch was act. wrote her a courteous:letter entered 1 !!-.... fasts .( Wa p IDa .. 2 Doors North: of

out Into an alliance with Austria. ultlmatIng seraph area 1M ...... .

"Don't go away,": be cried hoarsely at .It turned out, in the, Seven We had one cotton mill to spin the '

as size set down the dishes. K want 1:1: Tears' war She, moreover,corresponded warp.J The people stood, la line to get ,E. Youngs. Pres. :.

talk; to you When did this happen" with the generals In the Held, prepared a bunch of cotton for warp. Tbeflllint; .. "
"' all baslneas for the.kings: eye war yarn, cotton, flax and tow. We i f
1'only came here yesterday, she t u_ .. _--- __ ,
said evenly'. "Its a very nice: place, and dally examined the letter' ,sent got our dyestnff from the forest. It J. .
"Why dlda't yon write and ten aerhe through' the' post Tbe king .... a was almost as bad oa timber as the
asked. tewUdered.. mere puppet who assisted at the spectacle tanbark trade la .... There war great

"Mr:Parshan forgets that he left me of hto own reign, and the people rivalry among the women to see who
e BO address when be went away. ." for the time being"bowed. down DelworshJped" could have We prettiest dress. I have WILLIAM J. BRYAN

"Dont"be pleaded.. "Tea most know.. -her. a quilt made of cotton and linen called 1
a
,way went a.87.-: -, "Confederate quilt
She was silent Parshan made a pretense .Q.I.at.ga.. a ..... Art The clothing for every member of the IN II FOREIGN LANDS '

of tatting' his meat but be could I i > Oa',the occasion of Lord ,Melville's : family war made from the raw material
act eat.. Presently be spoke Again. trial before the boose of lords Theodore carded spun, woven, dyed and If tea ..tI. read Mr. Bryan's tetters.of fangs Trtrd uw

Ton tuned wean me Ben. be. re. Book had a seat among the spectators.Be hr---: made with homespun thread. Is die time I* aakacrlbc tunic Coi-.a.er
minded could not resist the opportunity of g t- TIle tow linen cloth had one peculiar

1bat." aba'laid coldly,.".... some mystifying his neighbors a lady: and ity.tit waa a great stretcher. It war William J. Bryan editor of The Commoner, sailed from
time ago." .. her daughter from Sussex'.When the ., often exchanged,for other things. A San Francisco. September 27. for a ,car'* rUit abroad. In the ;
"And tare ion forgottt mi.. ao thaiI bishops appeared hi their state attire, ; man and his wife started to town with Coarse of bin travels, Mr. Bran will visit'the following named'
Seem Eke a t-angrrTr >>: wearing rIet and lawn sleeves over ''n cloth sufficient to get some articles. Oa countries: ,

'"VtitMn'one goe* way.'II1thnt even I their doctor's .robes, ..:confidentially 1r the way be remembered. needed a '
a tmwe1dO! I :only 'aoppose'thal I t observed to.the lady:.. ( gimlet also., He told his wife,, They / FUAWAIi. ;JAPAN, BRITISH HI.K8
somethht! =bra> occurred to mar the onetime "These an not gtnllemes-'They an fd .It r' decided to tie the ends of th.'cloth CHINA INDIA, PIIILlPPINtl8LAND&AUSTRALIA
Mcpc&ip." ladies,:-elderly ladies-the dowager .q noun '.rn T& duo.tb.saceess ." to two saplings he to stretch a gimlet EGYPT.TURKEY. PALESTINE; ,
+ NEW ZEALAND. va GREEr.E.sPaIN : :
'"ATWyatt tonliTnot; t -realize'that 11 t 1 peemses 4n their own right.When ." or failure ;it> the shops.Th out of It. IT I.Y. dWIlZKKLAND.:
'.. the speaker of the;house af I.took: great Interest In the silk to
was beatae.1.cared ao much that 1 range from six Inches a height :' rRANCK.DJCNUARK.. NORWAY GKRSUNY.SWEDES' .
f dared-naOT&e pWadad.- commons;appesred.an4 attracted attention j to.,#n7 Une fitted all around the Inner clUltr). We"fed the worms on mulberry RUSSIA, ,_IIOLLAND
Did gaa suppose that I- hat no oa., by the rich embroidery of his jbrtia; I I Ieaan such beautiful aUk
else Careir? Her,voice broke little.; robes the lady Inquired : '. ". ", ,The.modish chanffense win.wear a we did have. A bright stripe In a cotton From rash of the countries n.mPd.llr Bryan will writ letters
t "AMI Von aid carer be asked softly 'Pray'IIIr; who Is that fine looking f cip trimmed at the. aides ;with twe dress made It very fine. A family ,describing ohsrnrations and dealing particularly with the politi-

It harts me to think that yon cupid i person opposite T"_ dae '. ,wings. She _wW also,slip a made gloves, beautiful silk mitts, with .calliffof the unirirt VIIICfod. .
TbMlirrs will b* published in Tbe Commoner and those ...bo'dp.l
"That, ma4aJD.aU! nook "la Cardinal of mnsllo bees embroidered on the back. NothIng -
tissue
lave la Cat fashion. pled or paper In tbecrofrn .
,. to read every one of these letter should lose no time la subscribing .
+ "Bat I could not a't..yon to.'go wlttme. .I Wolsey., : '" to raise It a little., | went to waste. The thorn trees for Mr. Brytn's paper.
." "Not air. cried the lady with a look The Invaluable mica shields to be 'furnished as pins and hairpins. Our

"Nor There was just althea ol or angry disdain. '"We know a little slipped. on, the brims of,motor caps millinery was' our ,crowning effort .T... O..mn>onrr I* luard weekly and tde wilwriprton price is.

contempt la her tories,' ,,' bettor than that, Cardinal Wolsey has hfvf BOW decreased In price.Ahrblte ', Hats were made of cotton thread ceo '11.00 alPI'. Br Ipp clal'arrangements with thf publi hrrr w. are
nbird t<> off-r furs abort tim only tin C> mourner and the lllamlWrrkly r
Ton were tteh"be explained. .The?, been dead many' a good yearl" I felt bat trimmed with a lot cheted pot ,on a block stretched very .
1 M<>ir pnlUone ,..ar. bnlb for $iOO; _he'n paid in dvanr..
} such stiff and Ironed
madam then We
would bare said that I.waa marrying o thmg, assure of Alice blue ostrich tip. Is tile1attrjrtl'l"p wired. bad
among
"' or we will snnn Th Commoner a- d the Mia>l>i luilj Melv?poli, fnrt.nf
it replied hook, with Imperturbable -. homemade flowers and all kinds: of material
for mOI1P1.- yon mllllnpry showings..
yea yonr jetr ft a'ny addrrsi for $5.00, the regular price of the Daily
That."she suggested "would not I arav.ty.; ""It has been I koo..13reported > Persian lamb Is as modish this winter for trimming. A cloth frame Metropolis! | alone.'

Jaan'Jute4Jonz.", :. __ ;In the_cuuatry...bnt without: .as 'It has been for several seasons. The made stiff and covered with scraped i ,
t Ad lrm> nil orders to KM rVhts U..Wtoi fk.frtsta.
the leastfoundation. :, cow's born was much If It
) 11..tact those admired.
:"Naw." be said triumphantly. ft1:I : : sti* aDd'motr Illustrated are of this
ask yon far your band and,. g"ttos, rescaHy i new ps ers will say. any petC!! carried ont la the*latest fashlvn. did look like a cocoanut cake.-Charlotte

-only,,that, g-t what to worth more.U I.: thing londoa Telegraph. 1 "ft .:, JUDIO CHOIXET. (\. C) Observer. ..


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from the pc>>tDftIce. **I don't seem to b<
I i4; able to make him look fixed up.. CouM; Want s..kti..ladleaee.I. B. tlMAverace Hew f..a.eree Grew !. 4....... Sale ofCarriage

: Adopting not yon make a list of things you thin; ItsV. Dally Reed >.... Daj. .( the Coldea State.

boys ought to have? I'm RotDR Into ti.. Aereirtlnfrfl&c l l dally dietary utand- The first European vessel to enter r

Malcolm city tomorrow, ref I want to fix th' ards which 4>e based upon observations the port of San Francisco' of which
Ir& to wI4t accustomedto there is record was the Kagle. In ;
little chap out decently. I'm going t'I as people are any :
take out the regular adoption paper*. consume, I ltJ* plain that the averaire: 810, commanded by Captain William and
By TROY ALLISON t moderate H. HarU. She nailed from Iio lon via r
,# Malcolm Morton I rather like the man doing chow: lljjlil to
muBrnlar wOtk mutt take each day the Sandwich Islands and Alaska. She
sound of It. he wild musingly o[>en-
II OopyrtgM.{ ... by J[. A. WUtabas In! : the front gate for her and following approximately;:! 110 grams of proieid carried an; assortment of goods which !

her into UM boWIe opoa bin own In. matter fits! grams of njtrogeu>, wild were a revelation to the natives and 4

vitation. sufficient fat &td carbohydrate to yielda their garment" of skins and bides were Work '
Tbe doctor walked the dew Horses
damp gnus and weexU through wbere bla bone "Lend me your notebook and pencil." total' fuel ,? luo of a.05o: large valorles. substituted by the clothing of clvlllttlon. .Y ? \ .

been She srstctl herself gayly at a little ta Tbe usual proportion of carbohydrate raymeuta were made in hide, .
patiently waiting all the
1'bean be bad ble. "I don't believe an old maid of (mat1y|,atarchy food) Is about allow, soap and Bub. Tbe Eagle then t
atraggled to ke.p.Maekeaste ,
t living. thirty-five has much more wisdom concerning too grama ttf-jXMM; grams of fat In became engaged In the sea otter trade I l.

Ue stood there:hi the heart of the tbe needs of a small boy than other words;';;the average man needs and was very fjiccessful as otters ![ 1. ,!

f great Santee ., looking dlRconotatdy an oM bachelor of forty-Ox e.- she eng' according to the above hypothesis, ap were plentiful In Baa Francisco bay '

1 at the pines..mp. They rose tax ".reds proximately 12D grams of proteld, COO and all along the coast She made I It have: received aPcar'o'. fine } I

( majestic challenge of the swamp "Put down one of those little flit grams of carbohydrate and 00 gram three trips, netting about $25,000 on .

1 ijiaisB that bad crept gradually be- blue caps with an anchor: worked on it of fat for his "daily ration. In order to each trip. This stimulated others and iorses, and anyoneinterested+- f

yoad' Ita marsh limits-and forced Ita first" said Dr. Morton. obtain these'IfiiounU; of nutrient be this discovery no'doubt gave an impetus .:

gnarled knotty knees across the.high. 'AnJ a dark blj blouse suit to c.t would require"; er day threefourUw of to commerce which made this can inspect them at 'my.stableL. -. .

water line.; with It." added Him Mary, Jotting, a pound of ordinary rout beef, one port known Ito tile world. > j

The doctor bad never before been in down the two Itema. pound of boiled potato, one-half poundof Commerce in those days of manna I j

the swamp at B o'clock in, the mornIng !.And probably an unlimited number unitebwnf and one-fourth of a was carried on In what might be termed 1'

; ; ita weird influence teemed even of shoe, from all I've beard on the pound of b ltter. Naturally much a "free and easy" manner. On

more oppressive la the early gray light; subject." lie eat with hU chin propped greater varletr-ot food might be adopted many articles tbe duty was 100 percent L.
L
.After fighting an night and losing In the palm of his hand, his eyes al.- with the same nutritive valuu as which practically amounted toconfiscation McNeil

{ the damp tropical exuberance of the tractedly fixed upon tile picture of the above, bU' ?these figures will suffice or. made smuggling necessary r

place made him feel helpless; a InxuriOM General Lee that bung above the mcn- to give some Impression of the in self defense. The Mexican of- 7+

force of nature-be felt man's akin tel. quantities of prdlnary cooked food tdals generally opened the door. Frequently '

and science were small acton with ""{tie might limit LUn to two pairs for stuffs require to yield the nitrogen vessels were permitted to pass fifteenth Street West of A venae p.'
fwhkh and the total I eel value called for by: '
to' fightMackenzie a bef nnlnsT The woman made little Monterey the port of entry going to d e1
bad'aeemed out of place meditative pencillnga up and down the the above standard dietary.A Terba Buena and. after selling as

ta. a lumber camp. The doctor had margin. more elaborate diet one In largo much of the cargo as possible to return Miami, tFla, : ire

been called Into'.the camp several' "I think 111 add football and a measure free ftt>m meat awl baring essentially to :Monterey for entry and dip ,

aaontha before, when one of the lumber- fairy tale book to amuse him." she added the Wine content of nitroKFuand of the remainder.
pone .
men had been caught under a falling surveying the list, which bad almost with a total fuel value of approximately I ,
The chipper; were not sworn as to
I t tree. ,lie had noticed the quiet capeblBty1 reached' tile page limit. 3.000 dories, would be as follows fictitious s!
the value the
of gave
They
cargo E 2ArR
: '*' ot the Scotchman the deft aaalatance The doctor gasped. *1 can't ruled : Krted ho nIDT. six ounow: .lrui>. Invoices and by this mean A B 0'i | )D '

; be had given with the woundp4d fairy tale to five-year-old children. I'd three baked potato, eightoun" '
would the of &000
butt off $
get on payment
maa and the conciseness of b1a.- feel foolish." lie lost his abstracted ..*;. one and one-Lalf r t
1
;. 'a>ra to' the Canadians who. made 'aptM look and ran his fingers,through his ounces: baked spagbettf ten onnrew; on a became 120.000 cargo.It so customary. to swindlethe Air Line:8ailway;:: ..

; 't eaIIIp. .= graying hair. mashed potato ten ounces; boiled fur -.
government aa scarcely'to excite: "
: Afterward. Intimacy bad arisen But yon know you are a family nip six onncetQ bread two ounces: apple I FOR 'I ,

'between them an attadunent the doeitor -' man now," she reminded with a little ,sance. eight'ounces: apple tapioca comment, except: la cases where goods H '" t

serer bad felt for any other mannd. -: murmur of Irrepressible enjoyment podding twelvif ounces; fried aweet po were vessels concealed and the In government false linings offldate of the ;Savannah Columbia, Camden, Southern Place.

[ la aplte of the beat efforts of his "Tou must expect' to meet with new tutor! eight ounces; fried bacon one Richmond Baltimore
Raleigh Washington
jMteace, ackeule; lay dead to the ten dUncoltlee. I wouldn't let a few fairytales ounce; fruit jam four ounces: 'coffee were outwitted.Rvaltki.... .- ; ,.a;. 4
'
,a-Tlctia of swamp ferer.' bother me." Her eyes twinkled one and one-batf pints.'and tea. three- | Philadelphia New York'. I \ .. ,

t !He anfastened tbe bridle rein and at him in gentle badgery. fourths of a pint luck a diet, owing URIC ACID "IN THE SYSTEM.. .1'I Two Elegant Trains ,.

lad put his foot la the stirrup to mount "Give me that lisp" b. suddenly demanded to Ita vegetablenature and lack of con Seaboard :
: ........ ... ..r.i .. Seaboard Express Mail ?
,
twhen' a little voice from a' shadowy taking the paper and pencil _traUoa. Is.Uatnrally:; quite voluml- A ea n. ; -'

b ah growth called him pltUnOy."Kay from her.. "You've left off one of the nona,rA greater: coocentxadon of diet sad 'Uf. | Modern PnUmaQquipment;. |i '

: r go to daddy:stow. Dr.-Moetmr moat important Items.'. 'J1Iere'..lOm la' easily 'obtained by replacement of Halg bold that tile man of.average _. -.-. '
the child asked eagerly. -ITehoaa weight elaborates twelve grains of uric O T r ** i
thing elate I want to get him. He a'portion'of 'ftptable matter bymeat F
.
"
acid In hours, and woe betide "' -
twenty-four ,- "'" "'"
: watting and waiting. : scribbled it down hastily."A with -
aDd thlsHh ordinary man
i de doctor throat twitched vnrom'tatably. 'mother"she read in astonishment > hit highly developed palate, usually him If be does not excrete the taD OPU dui iiroaoi& sleepers froo MmiSk,to In .(Mim r, n

., ."I bad forgotten lea ex- and looked Into his face with prefers to do because of tile Increased amount with due celerity. A little re i

"Mad, Mak-olm. Be eyed the amall startled eyes. flavor which 'hU acquired taste now ache tamed lethargy uric arid and will mental give rise depression to bead-. 'I far lull 'ind rra t cn dead 'sleepier rswirradooa,,call'on any agent of. the.

:bey.la front of bum.wboae mere exist- Dont you think be ought to have a calls for. Further J! the resources at "
y Seaboard of write
motberr he asked insistently. A greater retention will give rise to _:t :
the .command tit the clvlllxed man render The "
and sciatica.

''Per-bapa.of Mesa"for,She COG seemed yenaUoD.lie suddenly. bereft of diet possible but whatever great"- variety the character.In matters of arthritis uric acid lumbago miser will end his disease days &. o, MCDONNELL Isi't. Gm. ,pta. m jicbonTiii t. 1JF.

through bronchitis. Brigbfa ;
leaned forward and took both her
a foodfor however great the
Lr bands In bis. The notebook and pencil number and variety of .the Ingredients cannot apoplexy:avoid, diabetes his fate or and cancer.cease beinga Man C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Fags Agt..

fell- unnoticed to the JloorI It will be fouutf; that the nitrogen con- uric acid producer. He- can avoid, : I' Li I E
be"
seem<< to developing a regular
tent and fuel vajue of the dally food of \
the wretched
to some degree, swallowing -
mania for being a family IDJ.D.be :
mankind will 19 general correspond in
staff. What be cannot avoid swallowing -
'
said enthusiastically, "and yon know lance measure to tbe dietary standards be can with care excrete. If Poona Nurseries.
you could read fairy tales better than
I usually ador.teJ;throughout tbe cirlllx- man miJ been wise and bad continued
could. Won't ,
be of fatnnyr
-
yon part my
ed world.-Uuigell H. Cblttendra hi to live where be belong, near the t .
,i r4S Ills voice was full of boyish
hope. Century. n!@ equator, and bad fed on fruit and nuts

.The little smile around the of ,. all might have been well But. having Those
comers wanting
her month was more expressive than POINTECgPARAGRAPHS.) wandered: from the tropics be must be j range ., :
I l k wine or pertau. Henan' the roles

ever Til The prudent man opens his eyes and that one must follow to be healthy and j and Grapefruit TRpES\\
get a marriage license Eat. he
aid shuts bin uiouth live long: First swallow no uric acid _
Joyfully, "and then we win have I .
the papers of adoption made out to Treat everyppe: as though you expected and pass out each day regularly and ;and those contemplating planting groves in the iature'should iarcatir;;.
him tuVioaue day t-e j our enemy punctually all that Is formed,In the '
both name"aelip.
our stock. We'are orders for
gate our now booking preaentj -
'I + loJ1. Second excretion of uric acid
k
1
1
and future and I
-I .. ....._... _If there l Itt t: d..'': In tho DUI\It1' may lie obtained by clothing warmly ;j planting are offering.:,. :t. "" ,

\ air Norman Lockyer. the wen known throw line; avJij He rtiw"'n't belong by avoiding exposure to cold In every I

i .*- astronomer records that he never felt there. ;,S way .(the morning cold tub la an especial .the finest stock ct trees erer grown in Dade Countyea hfah

] i'; more annoyed In his Ufe tbaa when hedlscovereed Are you un f SHht III 11.t 'lua: a bill abomination), by eating freely of
weather and.high hammock lands. We inrite' buyer to rant
after tbe ecDpae la India you owe ev yaliare ly .i.iwtns A IJ'II potatoes (especially In .cold ) J pine ,

.;;' 4L in lgl that aa army officer who bad due>uu? ; and by avoiding' fruits. Bicarbonate I UI'nut.en"and, examine the trees We.. hare?'all the laad-

traveled 400 mile to help at his ramp If 11"I>t. n.. -'lu,' rite fact tlut moist of sodium' night and morning for people II } "
who live in a climate similar toLondon's .fag and best varieties of Orange and ,Grapefruit Top
never saw the eclipse at aIL It was his people.ask tndnh I 1u.1.Ullt tin-c. .
!L.i duty to time the eclipse with a chronometer wouMu't! tw 1I.t Hl u+e ft.r"Urtll. la a fine baWL U addition Budded on]] either Sour Orange or -o'6AIrDJDil: RoodsNuraene.'located
to an this It It aJao advisable to secure
i ;,but;knowing this would be Ton -rair p'tl I' n U3irtU| : but n ill '
the distribution of time i ;"
proper >
.t difficult,aaleaa he kept his eye* Axed 7ou'bany .b -i"r off utter tune "
\ jon between and mental exertion in 3 Miami-on raaal
I ere,b;the -tineseaaets'jst before:she nVri-rijr that will betgrwablet bodily nation 2Btitea I west of rock *
,ftux' I oo Tat NDIJ'f pow Da }." eclipse be deliberately placed bla backto quarreled pence fcMt and to dispense with dependence'oa i oleo near Little ,River: and Fulford. By aecmring- trees front !tons umtreeries
'k' 'lDeIDU AszE' || tonics. atlJDul.nb.o4 bracing ctlaaatr1 1 take risk of other
the ana ia order that nothing should I jbnl no importingMHiT8' FLY or laacctliaeasea.
took'the form of a gigantic prob- tempt him to remove his yea from tbe I la a good' plin"btibaiul for"a woman to occasionally -?\ewYork, Medical Journal 1 Thia ill an important matter which should Dot be ovctlookctV

;z' :. Be,stooped ewer suddenly and timepiece : I let t!tjlM1 i bare Ills Large illustrated catalog :with price and descriptions of'iaffe6esmailed Oi
.
him the saddle ta front af way: without glMug him a look that Water Thieve*. I <.
I 1aIIeCt to At this ecnpw'JUr Merman had no : I free on application. 1\ ,
will take the iileasant' taste out. Atcbltimliu.
-
\ 1iIa.'i.. 4 Water thieves are not unique. Tbrirprototypes'
t- little trouble with tbe superstitious natives Iytuet..ltt.i4b..t" ..
: fTU take you borne with me to break.tut. ."who Imagined that the aaa was I son tilts ... existed at leant aa long ago THe Griffing Bros. Co.
aa 1478. At that time a Londoner .
be said sboitly.n bring you
about to be swallowed the :
by dragon i
Pisa wrote: "'Thla'fN a wax chandler in I LoUl011Mu, Utr1c ph stimd XLmL FtwlfdiF ,I I.
Ilahtt,whom they attempted to scare I In thin sljrery eating of nah flete state bad bi craft perced a piped .. .? .1-.
knocked wi by tile smoke of aaeriacial area. .Its t .. .. .. v ;;}.
away scales derives poster from many ...
I tbe condlt wlt lzme the tad ,
,
grounds -F ',
? tkf door of the cottage where the vUr i .'.' -XT-: ,"'
The smoke would certajny( hart atop' erJIt&W'11mmued wltb ,. ..
oafs'acbooitMcbtr beaded. *.' : minute a so roaveledthc water.Juto his aebtr;; '8 -. ," I
ped-kll obserratloaa of the ecllpue had, ." ,
peculiar substaaca called:;' cuaRlI
wberefor be to ride thrash
was JugM .
: "Tb only fortunate thing 1 can aaeiaboat
'ft I f. : }
not nO isre:aJM1' poJItamn promptlyput TbIaN oaUng.of.slivercrystals la very; .
the
Cite with a coodit upon his
I ; tae wboJe affair.'Miss and Gregory.xaf oat tbe fire ___ __ easily rubbed ol| tbe scale, and in the bedde.' Tfi.re'wore other difficulties M. J. YarboroughContractor ;
U
that today Saturday yon an
: In Egypt In tile eclipse of 1882 Mi
.
case of a European species of carp
: to take time to discuss tbe too. A century later (1574): It la recorded -
'at liberty
dices, bad to guard the British camp known. tbe ;*blenk" the crystals are that owing to a sudden showerof
1 with me.- be said disconso
problem from the excited who would
Egyptians so numerous that a' metallic pigment.
I rain the
water In tbe Dowgate chan and Builder
,lately.; have Invaded It.. Aa It was, their wild commercially kbown u "argentine." l III nel "bad such a l1I'lft course that a lad. 1
Ongorya little smile always
i., Mary quIEt -
shrieks as the sun became overcast ;! .
I made from theta. Time large globular minding to have leapt over It. was
bad a soothing effect upon. the were sofflrtently, disturbing. glass bea4s,- koown aa "German" taken by the feet and borne down with ;, Builder of the Palm Beach dotal. ,. i :rI
doctor aervea.
"Boman" pearl i coated on the Inside -
are tile violence of that narrow'stream till!
ADd be has no'relatives U.anc.oU Jlet,Tao a..uas.:t with this substance. In some specie he came against a cart wheel that stood HoUse
airs she sated. '" Moving a Specialty
"The Test care. aid the pale faced
of fish with lusterless scales tbesilvery
; In the water gate, before' which time
|.2iot....' I have often beard Mackeaxie man wearily, u he stopped to reply to i l' ,}
lining l.;found oo the inside 01 be was dronmed and stark dead.c ." .
say that be and the little chapwele the question of aa mqnlaltive friend Miami 1
of j jt
the body. A well krown.elample }1 Flory : 1 1J
the but d'the" family.; By "la not all my"fancy painted, Her this la seen la the common smelt ....: It'. :......
.. m adopt him the doctor fla- .
-George. is bow It worked out In
case:
my Thus far we know the corona of tbe J i
Wad a flash of determination risen g ,'"At 730: a, m, tile nurse came: to TL; : Ten Abeat V..II7. nun to be a sort of outer envelope, M .
[ ;to bis face.Here' I am; an-old, bachatec '
take my temperature at 8 I had to. When one cixofs to think of It vanlty shielding IM from the intense solar -- w

J.'WMopt_,k forty-Bre.him.- be;without repeated.kftb or kiss take a bath and breathing exercise maybe defined aa aa appreciation Ugrt and beat;that, It may: be: said DUNHAM 1 rtf'l: CANOVA j jMiam''i !

then came medicine, after which followed of the beantlfuf which: Impela us to without exaggerating that tile sum bu
?Yip Gregory's thin little face wen I breakfast; a visit from the realI make onnelvea aa beautiful aa It Is never really been studied comprehensively. '

!pink flnsh.. '*1 always"knew you .wan I dent physician massage a visit from possible to be;;l It appears also onaaalyato .< Within the corona la an ocean ; DecoratinJ.Corppany: !
Bring abe aald.f .
.... fcbtdeat man '
f my,own doctor a alight operation to that a ;4ettre to make ooeM-if of gas 5,000 miles deep,'stained a ruby
< He a little deprecatory cong.
gar "
test the parity or otherwise of my better la a confession of the need of red by tile crimson b.... of hydrogen. gloss sited SlItPai.nting .t
TBat I doat know what on earth FD
aMooaV-mor* medicine dinner :a Mattadded being, bea.tlfled so that the girl or Flashes of flame leap from this ruddy .' t
I.with him. He collapsed helplessly
"'3! might get him a posy", be from another patient letters and the man who> Utlvataa may have a mass often to a height of. a hundred
: tracIaaJ: a'. bills electrical treatment; ISM conceit that these who go about thousand mike and more. -
jittar almlaaaly.: .
i beef tea. more medicine, another visit eoatllDt-with themselves aa they are. i i

mound t tlDM Mary'a the comers quit rink?Jof;smile her peeped mouth from the physician;a rM pack and. a agly probably;tOr It so oftan bappeusJaat !. a .M Way. i Paper Hanging and Kai cmin1ng j .

:-Dont you think ae>a>afliac.aaiaU_ttt glass of }DllL.._ ._r "_ _v_. Protldeaca4 pyta( "'at.T4eIIIea It wax a New England parson1'who Agency P*>at'Wall' Papers. |
'Ii r. she haaaided.he .. "That's bow the day passed. At 8 I .... the appreefadoa of ft B otbei announced to his congregation one ....

was thoroughly exhausted aDd went to things and persona.-Black sad White. day. Toult be sorry to bear that the 1315
Of&e D
A-Wen. must hateerla&w -someHis ... Call or wrttefor; Estimates..- Anse..
sleep the first real application of the I ,... little church of JoneaviUe to nee Btosssd .? ? .
i taKak '
were begs& g I
'. hdpteaa.. eyes The.. colored' womaathat Ynt cure11 had known since morning. A .......;..... ....... upon tbe w..., u sheep WItItI I'

house forms could'tookftsr _"."Beat cure' indeedr And he parr afrs.8trockoUf-Paw. Emmy wrttaathal''dae I out a shepherd."Boston. CarUtiaaRegister. -- -- '-- '.
.keeps '
.his bodily comfort",.bat.l' don ed on-with a JI'OwL-LoDdOD" Malt : tb4t..ill moll trip thing she1! J J
aeea ra b tile Sphinx; aayi
ty isgta. be Could dO BtUCB* bl thtralntag : n.. D..g.ve d Taal: 4; she jest love lt.. Mr. BtrackoO-WeQ, ..... .. _

evidently n1'IIe beeome doctor overwhelming.* tboagbtiMd What does tile man In the street ae yon write to Emi 1J to bay it an' fetch Artist-I sold a'pIcture yesterday, Has Stood The Test 25 YeaGrove's

In bedroom I Friend-Ah 1. What are going to d>>
the school a Probably bed. poeMYlsI It borne with bee. Like to see one o f yon
'T"*>nd him over to sit ra
,- daring school boors" I bly a washstand problematically a them darn things myselfl!-Brooklya. I with the money? Artist-It's already
bath. But what does the eye of science Life. done with. My landlady bought It for
seemed a'cotnblna
'a anggestloa i
behold I Unutterable things perhaps ffiH bait the board bill I owed her.
of tbe wisdom of Solomon and tbiof I s
beds and bacteria mattresses and ..microbes .... .l.4ltf. t .
.the Delphic oracle,to the be
dressing gowna and deadly gases --"Whom do your two little boys,reaembte A long slow friendship Is the beat:

.doctor."Recommend me to a woman fa. gee. Jets' and carbonic' oxide tapestries ; 1ra. mfterr( a long slow enmity the deadliest: Tasteless Chill Tonic

brains", day. Miss Mary be mitt and toxins. It U little wonder '"Well( the hotaely boy.looks like bli I Uerriam. :
any e '
that so many people say their prayers father sad acta Jike me, and the pretty -
his bat to leave.
.ta reJ3et. u be took up before going to bed or that so maaypeople one looks Ilk*>me and. acta like his Having been poor b no shame bat .
-That child seems to'Deed' sonuor die there.London Chic. father.-Ufe. 'l being ashamed of it *K-Frantlia. No-Care-No-Pay: so ceats.

clothes. something" be told Dsrt a '.' ,.

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