The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 6, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00878
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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The Metropolis is Enjoying the Most Flattering Pltronage? in Its ,History. Why;? Because It Qives All the News, All the-Time. :\.

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Catered --
THE RACE' QUESTION Interest in the Mayoralty 'Race in New York-A Hot I t

Time Public Works-Sup- In the Betting for
In Draining: Certain .Lands West in' Philadelphia-Much Interest in Ohio. Election in

I j I r of>Palm. Beach.' Shal', Colored and White Children l(0.L|3 Light Vote' in Chicago. ported b, Ur. Leffler-H New York City-Philadelphia,

j a., 0, Attend the Same School Vi Defeated | Mr. Prout for th Is Full of Riot and Crooked

rI Tbpeka Kas., Nor 7. The 88 Honor. t .
rash New York' November 7.A wave of realize Its position and Is making desperate t ti tl Work-Many Arrested,
question in this state Is coming te f
I terns againstlboss-rule seems to have rCTarta to save what can be
COMMISSIONERSDENY() an Issue here today before the St'atu -
Supreme swept throaghtbe country and It II .'saved. The Republican machine dare
: safe to say that today's election will not less the State Treasury and Is'I i
\ against the Board of Ednca- I 1 The Board Of Public Works met'yesterday
i IHE REQUESTth .of give conclusive evidence that the roncc .ra.ing every effort to [Inane' the NewYork.Nov.7-Election day broke
Kansas .
City Kas, requiring for of
citizens, irrespective of party affilla-' the flection of Its candidate J. Lee c'ear and crisp with every prospect. oe'
at board to show cause why colored and contrary to expectations, '
W Cons are thoroughly disgusted with Plummer \V: H. Berry the Democratic an enormous vote being poled. The
pupils are not allowed to attend Mr. Ceo A. McKInnon was made
line candidate Is of [ betting on the ,candidates this"morn
bossism and political corruption, a man high r>j
school at the same time and in the chairman over W. W. Front, whom -
which Invariably: goes hand In bane ''pute and Integrity but Is handicap*. [rag, WIll u follow:
Sit Will Allow the Work to be same building as the white pupils everybody had conceded would begiven
with bou-l'1Il&"aDd are determined to by'a suspicion that he has a leaning I II .McCIeClan 3 to 1 againstthe. flel....
come np for a = the honor by virtue of the fact '
end to' and other forms toward prohibition. Hearst 2 to 1 against his election.
Col an
Pending { grafting
: the The last s-sdon of the Legislatureof I that he was ?:high man la the Snaiection
corruptlon'-n. municipal and state to 1 against his election
passed a bill providing for separate r el i.
lection of .Tlles-lnjuaction maiters. TWO REMARKABLE CONTESTS [ Jerome 2 to 1 for election.
high school buildings for white and The meeting was held at the city
colored pupils. The The fight ,inj New, York Is a three *>_ ON IN JERSEY CITY :
.talk FrightenCoatractori. building for council chamber without few, other
the colored children 1 II now in course cornered onei.wlth::; an Important side Jersey City. N..J, Nov. 7.-Two I than those directly{ interested prey HEAVIEST'ON RECORD '_,
.4. of constructionand'the'school"btiuJDui issue in connection with the candidacy. remarkable contests will be decided at .. IN PHILADELPHIAPhlladephla
I .L Upon l\1\ e&tlou. City, Clk 1C.
of Mr. Jerome tin today's election growing out of the .
set apart half of each'lai at the Dtstrict-Attorneyshlp s R. Kellnm acted as secretary'of toe

This"morning's session'of; toe'Board white 'school for 'the Use of the ne Both the Republicans,, and the Independents. -;;,alliance. of two Republican bosses I meeting This matter being settled : NOT. :7- 'BrighUrisp

l.fIt'Count. Commissioners:: was"devoted groes. wh'oSare supporting Heart. I with the corporation and traction Interests -' Mr. Prout announced that_as he had weather marks'today/f;electIo: 'aid1there ... ...,
) the eponser difj theMnnldpgLOwnerip -|I In Essex,county. which con i received the largest number of Tote Is every 'Indication'\';that :chore
almost .toY'dlicusaing.h
.entirely : ; sh are making a determined,flght [:tains the city of Newark Everett Col- In the election that he presumed 'that will! be an unusually. large vote pres-
operations west of I
proposed drainage !
>palm Beach and a clause. which,,the THE POPULAR against McCl len, the Tammany candidate -;:117.'a young, assemblyman Is runningfor I he was to be!chalrmaa of'the board laced by some to make victory'for. the'

contractors deslded "inserted in ''the but also against B..' B.,OdelJ.!:f Senator having overthrown the I and that ther would be no objection {I re form,movement. -

Jr. the headVfcf} the Republican machine ',regular organization headed by the. to,hs! taking seat Mayor Weaver swore la one(boos-'
.contract. Jhe
All'o(the commissioners.**xcej>tinE BISGAYNE HOTEL and Louis F. Ratten, the pollti-j famous. boss of the county Carl Lents Such howev<<:r..wu not tobe as Mr.McKInnon and extra police yesterday whom heed
cal dictator of the Bronx. It Is nd the Is the ( b
JohnKwere a fight' issue granting of llmitfranchise's said he thought the matter distributed where It was expect! *
Mr. present and the drs rr
''are company was 'represented 'e byM. against bou-rtl!|e In general and Tammany .to street railway carperUone. had been settled In the primary and Jed' disorders wood- occur during"to-

: ., R 'Gruber U4E:..M.Bre" or.l. in particular! I, I In which! he pas the histj I I .maa. Mr. ,day: Thirty-seven ed *rep"'j tj>!:*;

with George* O. Currie:'ere;; "tbelr:at-: Although voters: are of the opinion \ In Hudson County, which Includes [Prout demurred to this"and'said that |were arrested daring the -first halt,

..torney.' It 'was -stated 'on' behalfofcontractors Opened With Dinner, Yesterday, that the' Ume'.Sfor} Municipal Ownership Jersey City,the fight is between Major the primary was to nominate and not :hour of voting In the fifth warrT' to
has not yet come it seem quite Hugh Fagan Republican, and CoL to eect: ,- and quite an animated day. It Is said that .the suburban vote

to e pat np their that'bond they of'stood$24,000.ready. required for the Season 1905 and 1906. certain that [ijearst! ,will receive a pam Dickinson the boss of the county cusslon fo'lowjd until Mr.Leffler J.I-i In-I t, *a:1 be the heaviest on record.

strong vote not as a personal endorsement Mayor Fagan la tot reelection)
for! the successful execution Many Guests Were Present'! up I terrnpted by naming Mr McKInnon i,
but as protest against maul ct and because he'opposed [TERRITORIAL FEDERATIONOF
granting a {, for chairman. Mr. McKInnon seconded !
of the work; but as there is talk of certain "
parties: corporations anj others and Enjoyed Menu. pal corruptloii..,(ind grafting. ,''franchse! to the Public Service corporation i he motion which act made him chairman f'f'i WOMEN'S CLUBS

owning;: Sand in the-proponwdralna .......1.\1.\ which he deemed to be I of the Board of PublicWorks.. ,
district. bringing\ :-'in' Injunction upon BOSTON WILL GODEMOCRATIC "+'against good policy, the boss turned I Mr. Prout then gave notice. : that.he The. Annual..Meetla. Being Held tit

*2fwork. .as. soon' as It shall' have ||s THE PREDICTION against him and.did everything to defeat '':would object t f ito the transaction of I Oklahoma City .Today

,, : commenced,,they deemed It ad- ,The ever popular Biscayne Hotel. Boston Mast November 7.-Thla him at the present election "any business by the board other than I I .

| Tlsibe! that the Board of County Com;; ender, the management of Mr.: Sae m city has never|been in the control o'a < that absolute'- necessary until such.tTme \ Ok'Bhoma City Okla. Nor.' T : \

mJulonera'pledg.themselves-as"rep firaham;.assisted by a corps 'of competent boss although i there have been"rings" WAGING WAR ON BOSSISM as he could investigate and make j I i Delegates from the various woiren'a r

re.entativi of the county .to see that j,1 and ,rellab'e help opened to I' of politicians who, have'-parceled r.l( IN THE STATE OF OHIO further protcnjagainst liD hear' r'.ht- ,c'ubs in Oklahoma and Indian Territory

.the dredging company;js, reimbursed,the 'season'yesterday: :,with dbmeranit e out patronage to their liking.There } Cincinnati. O., 'November 7.-The ,fnl'y his being! held by another. Lat- are assembled here to atteae d

or protected from loss In 'tbVeventof sae be said that never before did t trfhe has net r.been "graft" on the e'ectlon of today will to a great extent er; however 'i be reconsidered the !,the' annna! meeting of the Territorial

> 'injunction or. other"teg a ''procedings house' open und more- favorable scale, that Is fojinj In New York Philadelphia influence;: the future of bosslsraIn I' that he wouM I Federation of W men's c'nbs; w'hl'b.

1 stopping 'the work':;' ,<. auspices' and. with.a larger registration .I, or ot Jer cities. this state. The campaign was very' dropjpnj do his utmost to opened here today.

The board'' is not,wllUag,: Jtb"obIlgsthemselves e'' of guests; The issue; In'':'the 4 present fight was. 'a bitter and principally directed: against I urther the Interests of the city and I The',meeting was orlgiaaly Bay*,

to such ariigreementb at' ,This IS suffldent to attest Its pop- quarrel between John F. Fitzgerald,'a the corrupt boss-rule of George B. Cox put the boar of public works In nnan- ',been he'd tomorrow at Lawton bat

made a proposition to the'eontractOl'"* n'arity and may be taken as a forerunner former representative, who has'for for many years at the head of the Republican (Imous accord.> j after all arransements had been"

In snbstaace ;;aa** follows:,:That"they of 'uMt- nredlctlon that all' of many years hid the', tmbttioatofor run machine! in this state. This matter}! having been- settled<: made, -It was JlscovereJ. that.cn alto

sort-ib-work'according: ";to contract' Florida aDd "esppdaly'' the east coast, ; Mayor andtj Martin Lomasney,_the The campaign was quite sensation Chairman McKinnon named Mr Let 'same day the Southern Methodist

|: pecember: 1, "but that_after':'that 't he is to enjoy: the busiest[ period in'their'iwer< of Ward]Eight, who wanted,, nth: In' many' ways, owing to the fact ter secretary [ot. the board for two ;Episcopal conference would be .held

(PUMLS of the work be,delayed nntn[ !;If.Itor7 'the'appro ehlllg season ana1 lei' WheUon fqfiMayor, because It I at Senator Foraker went out of histo rears. ]at Lawton. ,As It -would: have bo -u

March :31. of next year; T>y.which time I that the Biscavne will come la forV ed his purpose*,best way attack the railroad rate program It having developed! that the board ''\a too,severe tax upon the accommodations

,a1. of ,the _taxes will have, been paKTJ Its full share of the patronage." .t 1 I As the situation stanOa at. the pres- of President! Roosevelt, while went into office with no funds to Its of Lawton to harbor two conventions
.la to the treasurer and from which '; 'The -"melon served at' the opening j eat time thel! mayoralty will nn- I Secretary Taft openly defended President E credit with wjich! to meet a present on. the same' day. Oklahoma

sentiment on the'work'can be )earn .3. dinner consisted of all the mule pdoubtedly! goraj, a Democrat who'will Roosevelt-'s: position, and made a monthly payroll of about $450Messrs. ,City offered to lake" one of the. rimventibna -
.' 'Jhe: contractors.did jnot.take,kindlyUte afforded and. was eerrednpls: the, be the very personification;of machtapoUtlca e rather bitter attack up on "Boss" Cox. Prout and Leffler were 'appointed a that of the Federation of i.:;
:' ': #.1' aad'.tite'which # '?" .. I with:Ji-I folio! wing''thatwll ti' U.bel re $; can>tplttbe ?a !4rfiht 'a_ :: v ""'11
ct'aa'tk ilrawkbtlh"fhe
." iiroj y eoateadgtaraJ'Dtjlodn they 'style! : bastmadelhei ; } ? :"Ript.. .. .... rtel.t. the. eityeU. .
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=; tnoej bj nrt' dela yl t Blasi 1nepopplrly, wl lltbpTwrLtie ?oy n1l1a .A, 1tparflatanS&htt Ran4 .n<:Ja P JJ.t I be ftt. "ltla"he...
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,the; oepmbiloueri,were eqll41l7'4-- tbidrikgirrsEyes fmc j-Uysaghj: talt8It _e tI': "'ll.! .... IJJViI, t' J .tllii.t. ..
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? tae Dt faerno't&obiNtate4heei e tDIr".tt nackv'd'Tboiieregisterflig"; li5an tilt re k..eTJ.JIJPtir : -__ ,__ .... '..':'.....A..,,__- : ?"__J ; _,1.:1f.-: : _., (. et".l ;..
or'.the county to Incur:'a debt not JusUfiable ,. yeaterJayao"d Indulging dinner-were: Interest Id' today's election and U BA'tTLE.IN 'MARYLAND "rt trei decided by the board that all ; : .

and the* contractors,, Seal h ;.H.. T Haywood. B. P'. Bowen Wal-]ls.expected that.the: vote will be. rataer BEING BITTERLY WAGED I city labor fehaB be Bald weekly. The i ;THE VISITING '-

decided, to accept they proposition If j ter Hawkins Jacksonville; D. W ;small. i| wt Baltimore Md November 7.-Tlie.. board also detlded that a suitable i t BRITISH titiUADRON

agreable- the other members 'of the I f Willis. W. K. Baldwin; 8t, Loafs: ft light at the present election Instate tala street sweeper";be purchased at once; I

_, flrnvwbom the".wfred'the, situation'w. W* Blackmer. J....B., Rice, lrayi PHILADELPHIA.a GRAFTERS Is of a sllghtiy'different character It not to cost Over $00. Annapolis, Md., November C Prlnesj

'and-It Is more than likely, the bond ( B.- .F. Dsda{ Washington; W, M. BEING .FOUGHT HARD TODAY than that which Is waged In New After transacting several other minor ]Louis of Battenberg.. the n)mmander.Hoard .

,, wtn be accepted'and agrement signed Brown Titasville;' B. B. Tatum, Ill- I Philadelphlii. November! ,7.-The.York. and Philadelphia.! matters of business detail the t of the British rrnistotraaJron now'
rap this afternoon. .' {tml:' Alfred ?Uie 'I adjourned to meet subject to call of f.visiting in tills and the
Mcaniel Clndanalt!, J,1 t fight against .PenroseDnrhamMc.NIcholl The main Issue In this state Is whether t- pore offlcrrsj
""" :With the; a.4ltlDc' lI. .Mapsey, I. ,New I[r the the chairman I I i of the squadron, the
exception of- a Hunter ( York; machine la ,this city-'which, bej.gaa ; j State constitution shall be i j I are guests of Rear'
tear bins this was all the business ''John Clfford. Coeoannt Crore. with,,the Independent;action' of,amended as to prevent the negro from Admiral 1 Sands >;ui rlntendVnt,of the; "*'

.transacted 'before.the ''noon" 'rectss toir j* ,' i_ '!!j. {Mayor, Wesverjlast spring,,when ,be i voting. Senator Gorman who has{' PRINCE LOUIS A VISITS ANNAPOLIS>' NavaLAcademy, today and win be en t

: ; : i j- v ALABAMA' INDUSTRIAL, ''. _, I prevented eom| of the moet'outrage- [been in undisputed control of Dem.J-1 ; I!terta'Ded In royal style. The program

."- .. .. AND COMMERCIAL- -ASSN, l ors grafting ..schemes:of:the. "gang". ].'eratlc machine for many And Goes. Thrpugh Every Department I Includes a thorough I Inspection ot too.
,' 5LE, SAM" TOBACCO has extended jUl car the state. strong'y Identified with the elementadvocating I,I of NivaAcademy I Academy, a revlev of \\kf ra l.- .- ., rlla.! ;

1... MUST' BE' INSPECTED Decatur Ala. Nor.; 7- Nesrly''iadelegates I Wherever' local.politics< havebeen ', the anti-negro; ameDcII I : I athletic games and
;lof. the. UrioUl commercial. boss-riddea. in the 'state of ment. 'Is making the,fight of his life. Aoapo'ls, Nor. 7. Prince Louis was formal reception and dinner.

Ms for Furnishing' ''50,000. Pound and "Industrial organisations of.the s.'nta,( a 'Tiotentil reictiao:';.. PmualJl.a.j 'The better elements, headed by Secretary today conducted tbrought every department J.

: 'Te""_." Let Today State.' are assembled here to attend;. p'ace ahj"'toJaj's: : : electJon!, Bonaparte are making common : of the" NavalAcademy. at his COUNTY COURT

J the meeting of'the Alabama Cot .- ,mlnate lnva"ltreniendons'upheavar'c't! i 'cause with the Republicans! not special request j ,
merctaS +dnd Industrial Association, the reform element and, the downfall I because they, are opposed TO the .!!* I He exprsaae. 'htms>e1t' with great ajir.lratkm -:- Case Against Policeman M. English'!'
Washington,: Nor., 7 -:: The time. which. opened at the Elk's! Hall here' of the eorapt:;niachlne politicians'i nd L? franch'sement' the negro, but because for what he saw. He left Nolle Pressed

.submitting,Wd for,supplying the today.Among the 'delegates 't to their parasitie llowerL >2 .ther'.lah to-: down the corrupt this afternoon'|for Baltimore but w ill
: ;:wiTy.department"with IM.ttOO pounds some".of the wealthiest 'and k-iti The v Democratic machine. rctnrn to Annapo'ts tonight 1 mart
leadertjof the 1 In the
: county this!
of j tobacco, to tJa 7DWt.ceueraJ1h' roorninic
I :
known businessmen1 of this State. ;. Sir Mortimef British ,
e.eTJ'decenUtepub11JeaD" Durand
of : been deserted;by Amjbassador the case of J.; M. English, charged withsi
nary' -department' expired at 'discussed among them the jettowi1 and .all j u.e'better elements:ofejboth THE IMPERIAL MANIFESTO was the o guest this moral assault and battery upon
....today and tJa.blda will be opea4ths !1'..Man/Important: matters ,will 1* ;I ; : 1/1/ of the PrInce his Drake. 'iC a man nanw,1ipbelU
,I 'afternoon/ '.Th e,Ume1Mry of de-' fever : parties have rallied around.th e1 j i ii; MEETS.DEMANDS OF FINNS Ion flagship >. was none ,proceed 4>y' |lhe
: wlU 'not begin until ,I question,, the' question! of waxyeulhotmes e> banner of the".new party, which i ir 1 ; next
lint. It,:was considered; ,. i I for the storing 'of cotton!by ; pledged. to teak| war against the. grafters .C, Imperial manifesto Is meeting' most for ,New YorK 1 tomorrow. Eng'lsh. a police ,officer and bIll arrest
to jto' Immigration
'IJMe the bids sent.'. In early: I of foreigners, to the : and corrupt, bosses ,'" : of the demands of' the Finns. Th*I' "p came about by' arresting Campbell -' ,
enoagh.t the farmers
and the i
question m regardSoolh. !i.4 ROOSEVELT :VOTES '
: oftbe 'r:1 Constitutionalists' are satisfied and ; whom he alegets: misted until
: p ; successful. bidder or bidden THk I
.. i The'conference will' Jut FATE. OF 'OANG" TO > the'Socialists i AT OYSTER BAY force
who threatened demonstration to be used biro.
'ample, time,to make the ; a on
necessary two.dan and, will close with a banquet | BE DECIDED TODAY u--: ;
so far have been quiet Edmore Nelson, charged with
selections asrn>
.In.thq.markei.<'juNovember7.=Tdore New York. ; Nor 7 President rated
tot !i.i t I assault tone tJPIl p'acej OftrCat \
e nejrt of. tobacco to b* fur-' THE CHARLESTON'
: .e'eetlOD'jf1u. in a measure i Roosevelt arrived In Jersey City at 7
and the was
e"M""wfD:to the government hare for the use FOUR "TRAINMEN k sale :the fatejf. the,. gaagT In,.this % FALL FESTIVAL' o'clock this morning' and took a. t erg the noon recess case of the court.unflnlHhf.4 at

to go tbro'mach ugh] ? KILLED' IN COLLISIONh.8yrae city;as well jit all through Penn nN : CharUion 8. C., Oov. 6-The Carolina Immediately for Long laud pair ly. Yesterday Frank.Sb'DUo

the same:"'test at,:that', wh se.vN. .Y, .'.Not'. .1.;-"fvar'finis a'fbe: .feeing ,against boes-mle.: .'. fan Festival and Coast 'F whence he will go to Oyster Bay h kl. was tried afternoon ,
:?bat previously before a Jury and fount
gives i thorough been-bought and 'winbe I i'trainmen, '.,wen!' ., killed early;; to lay*to:,and po'Itlcal odjmpUon is.very strong t 1 opened-?'- here today In an anewta' seas vote. He will stay there but halt .guilty of; the charge of 7axntocyaB't

Inspection b yja collision on the Rome, Watertowncft ,In this state and a determined fight. ;''manner. Tka attendance is very: 1aand"tbE rge: an hour, returning here ttamedlttt et1iJ.! O. Bewan agsravated'.asmaXwaa;
and :
at the '
Brooklyn I Oldenburg:Railway Napatten aat'r'I made today ajalnst the -gaa r'The' falr_! pvomUes to be ato great I where be expects .arrive."late this: tried by Jury and found justifiable li
.nary yard.. ', .
Republican machine terms success.
"I-- afternoon.. his act. which meant ;acqultUL.I .

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t. The'most. Southern newspaper pahlUhed onthe; amla.nd of the U. S. Them Arc !Haar sad Parted A..w_ o
t. the Q.e.tl.., Why Do W* Dm It r
EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 4L. rb fit, Wa A.fcr f PUBUSHED o ---- After November 1 st= 'oo
p. CIKCl'l AT10N RATE. T I 1'1.!. ..__ ("...0.1.. u.. .... ..

: Three Month...................-..155 "''lcjiy lo we salute the 1I1W1"' "r*' nk to

( DM Tear by )1aO.$5.o.I..... %.50 ODe: week br Crfrier........ .10 ed FHuy nineteen centuries nsi. >t Be sure see our to date Hunting' Materials 0
f"f sly .:Months....;.......... still'$isk the question, aj-i! ... you up
derlt Plluy could col1ug4
:' : Advertising, RateR made known. on application.. i lOU9 replies US o BEFORE you go on your hunting trip.
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)i twentieth century turn. o J
f TELEPHONE m J"'IC: I In Oixton'a lfc I etlitiou l of "The I >
l' Street. Opposite tile: Court House. GoUleu; Lcgnide"; Is su account of a -
Of end 434 Twelfth
pesUkfuce In home In the time of Gregory -
TUESDAY, NOVEMBED 7, 1905 :the Great, from which many died '
; J. W. Watson Miami
.. suddenly. "In this miners nometynieaneaylng
they dcyed so that when any '.
; boimd.
Is going forward by leaps and ; .
-- ---- persobe was bent snegylng. aaoue they ,
qtr of the that by aLl to hym. God belpe !
; book win be "The Winning were
... \PresIdenfs next :
No doubt yoiii."nor Cryst bclpe. and yet euJurcth Coeooeeoeo oo Poo'oooee oeoeeoee-eoeo oio errT
: Son'." _" _m the: .' :tome." As. Pope Gregory reigned -
I '' tin] the sixth century Pliny's query .
advocateIlleent .
said to have
nlfare be got.out of Georgia.?.Mr. Roosevelt far Antedate the" explanation In "The WE ARE WELL STOCKED
Gold n Ix'Ri'Ude.
cotton. ____ la the way of everything belongmtl
Iqfthe! HuJdhUt Scriptures,
.! Ii datingat e' '
Iris well that Garner and Green are "delighted to be back. They kist: ZM: B. 0.. It is related Unit I. a first-class drug house. la the !llas-ei.

1 '!: .&, when preaching one day to PATENT MEDICINESwe
:will stay a long time. bra|disciples, sneezed whereupon all have gone"through-the list sets

.,. r bank offlcla who tearfully -guesses" that ho la exclaimed: : "May the Blessed Lord weeded out the bad and sorted Q Dart
Thai.Al'egbeny City UvejMay! | the welcome one liver! thaw.M'ridgcly
on the good. What we BOW have b
. a -dummy president" U a good guesser. Interrupting the disconrne.
Patent Hedfctaee are only' those i of
Uooltha said Tell me. when a person '
:: Marrying Kid McCoy Ilem. to be a practice that IsVeadlly Increasing snet.w.s, If the bystanders say 'Mar- highest merit and that lave bstl

; among women of New York. yon';lire,' will he live the Jon r..J1C' '# Okish found at all times to be.an claimed tar
;;. 'ta favor s -
II die;the sooner for Itr "Certainly not, I z tbm.\H, .

;: ( the Jujfdous parent In tending Us aon off -to_ eoUege.I lore!.; S<>. be forbade them to say It. We are making"special prletsv
Institution that baa good doctors and surgeons with- But,pie; people took offence because' theprIt "f them,too. and will mn you'maa>i >
?* care to select,an k l.fs did not thus salute: them, and'ButhUla fle'w'' dime by buying of M. ''"**

ta'tatl revoked ula command. t H I -y '
-I:'" : Tb 5.Talmodlc tradition is that the '

. /, Iowa standpatters accuse Governor' Cummins ,ot being Inexcusably cnsiotn dates from Jacob. Before.his, .IN ALL QUARTERS

II' "':\'stubborn. What -is .determination to you, ta, pure' stabbonuiesa' ,la jmuopponent Um.j'mtu1 did not die of disease, but The where our pies have been tasted and-
11" .. .. when;his appointed time was come tie
;.'t::+ -. miecxed once and was dead. Jacob pe1tltlonfd tested yom will hear them praised v ,.

: Senator Foraker U being crttklieA,because he doe not approve the for'exemption from''thla law, heartily. There li a knack about pie Avenue'D. and Twelfth Street 'Miami.' Florida. .

f. Bach Townsend'railway rate MO. This seems unfair as there la no prospect and lla prayer was granted on condl-i baking which we hate caught per- < .- '" --- .. .. ;. ,.
tloq,; hat among all nations a sheets. eetl j
Ik thai- 'Escb-Townsend advocates will approve Senator PbrakeahI ) -
the should be hallowed by the words. "QoJ
f' 'bin I -ot if "the'subject. rZ ble8l.'.ou.'* OUR PIES. -
r' '" .The, Greeks traced tbe custom backto .. !H : Scruggs & CO.I :;aPlimbing

T TheSUIuls"01obe-DeinocratsaTa: :It fast be an old Bourdon. who tb.f myth of Promethean, who madean will bear'comparison with even the I .

,' t flap 'aDd.pulls teeth with hu'.!et molds, who un not, see that Image of clay and wished to give It. belt of homemade And If you area I '
t ars panq
ttowe fie; From tbe sun he stole reedfnl
a -
-Democratic.., party la going to pieces everywhere. About a year, ago fair judge, you will admit cars are
.: ,t of rtys, and. hastening back to his Steam
,",the G.rB. asserted that the..Densocratlc party bad gone to pieces. statue be placed the reed under Its even better'than "mother's." But yon ,

q, .;li' nit lieu Caine" ,the novelist,;:who knows the value of. a dollar and who we may at any time produceby rive'' our a trial.IQHN : ,

r ,." &%*acQnired a goodly supply ot them, says: There Is nothing more,con- standing In the sun. At this sign "

l ; lemptlble than_,the worship of wealth for its own like" To bow,down be'ifbre of Ilf. to his creation Prometheus' ejae- SEYBOLD [PLUMBERS SUPPLIES, ETC. :
uUtoi) and
which a blessing a'prayer for IU
of the rich man as distinguished from qualities
: the
p.Y iare,made him rich. the meanest and most stupid form of worshlii'What sneeajb preservation has been, and banded this response down through to a : ; 12 STREET tb 816 Avenue D : :: : Miami. Fla

s ii'- r
[ 4t;-dirt beneath'my feet" But may It not .be different lithe case of one's own | in the story of the Ehnnamlte OUR >.' .

.:.wealth The obligations, wealth Imposes are serious. and Important child]restored to life by the" prophet

,= There" lea natural human Interest ev'eYm'anolhert: wealth! and Ita rela- Ihliii! ,do.we find the j idea that thin POSITIONIs

;;,.:- ,*. tlonsto: society and government: As"to the worship" that of It only those who cout'jllliv.i'elrurt'! life. "Tbe of child nature sneezed Is the seven Iirstsln"W g this community l\\ky\ to Loan on Household Foroirf ;:

.would be'mlaery! poor, however. wealthy would do times* and the child opened his eyes." i IB assured Yon .

According to Scottish! folklore' a new-, .Ai' know that some of i ;

... .1., I Itjraevze*. Aristotle mentions the lies are our patron.tom' -
;''r .: '.......t, ., practice of physicians who, when death Without removing it from the house.in. '

t. 'Cozwder.the, Chlnamaa and wonder at his ways. A. cablegram from seem! near, give' medicines to Induce + ', sums of 5.00 and up. Can be paid back, in '
sneering, hoping thereby to arouse the OUR
JPekln reads *a followsNotwithstanding : falling l ftcullles. Aristotle seems to ',cPHOTOGRAPHS sums of 1.00 a week. Business' strictly :

Us reform.policy .China continues to exhibit evidences have:;giren much attention to omen I .
confidential. Write and solicitor will call
'f-. .of cfflelsi> rorrup oD. The Imperial granaries iuppWng thousands' of government of hieetlng.' ,He says a moose on the I.:1 I i !

:, '' Pendenta at Peking has burned; down/'just before the time for right:tuuu brings good fortune: on the :: __ are seen In most 1:

f !the winter: distribution; of..rice.t: Supertntendenta Knl u.4.LI. have apyesfei -1 left band it betokens Ills' t t artistic honsehouldsTi .

tolhe throne asking that th8Jbe severely punished because of-their' IA tlie\the Odyssey when Penelope calls advance In pho-1 CITY LOAN OFFICE
..' : on absent Ulysses to punish wrong:
the'peculations of their subordinates. .
inability to detect Teiemachu* then tmetced aloud. 1 ./iogr phlc methods ,' --
,- 'What queer creatures Fancy an American superintendent, banker, TbBWnUln. -a the happy ease I blew'So has been very con- .'
trustee agent'or Officer acting In a Wudary capacity. app eJlng to the 1 iid. : : : t sldtrabe! during -.
tear thus Impious tall by fat op;: I
punish him for"negligence or.Incapacity or:failure : i
'authorities to severely, ftn-cL" f ,' the last few years: ,- -
tstti"perform bfs'furi. duty., ""We-mustlook' to the heathen Chinee todo: .St AWrutlne- records'that when die 'If yon would know:

t uw. China. lithe." largest'and oldest nation in the world or' In the ancients arose In the morning It they : 1 how ,considerable; :\3 onngs": Pharitiacy1MCOKPORATBD.

A3i rta'. blat ri.. 'The .centnrW bare brought iew"dwlceL and the eror.: sneest-d while putting ''on tbelr'II1Oft1, call at oar studio. : ; wa

x the O'may; 'be said to be"omewhnt old-fashionedr his notions.. laTtht tbey|Immediately went back to bed ', .
a +-'countrythe"general Impression the Chlnamaa has; made'..'that h, a gala In order to get; up more'an ; ,a You will see samples i .
plcioUsly and so rmUfortuaillkeijr -< thallD'bt ex-
.trickysuntruthful'and'unreflabls This te not the, fault of theOUaerlcaa ,
ta crafty,, '
,to occur during the day.: if a cite your'keenest"admiration. c..
*people but 'of 4ks'eras of"chinamen;"; 1d kh"ba'Fe'come, to this \ ,jI
QJotkio: sneexeswhite performing his l.A.-Drug
; ,
"oun&y."It. is "universal. testbnoay'"Europeans anY"Americans; doing uornlug ablutions to. the Gauge :he Store for The PeopleThat's

business In China that s ChttAmasrs ;.1I. fJ. less good aa an" acceptable touches bIa' forvbead..' nose,' chin and I .. .'-: .0 < ,
'hood.-.- As a business man he Is noted for his truthfulness and boDestr..'If clrffts with the Ups of his fingers and Albert K1a'u f mann j -' 'r

} he'promtws to paT:a certain amount'at a certain time he will 'do M. Be recommences bls-pnyen from the veryJbegtonl&aV. our motto, arid. It has been:the ni!,, .o!adding "" .?

A ...batH rerataUoit'bf'bII. fair"-more.. cs'Xiir.'f tie'Japanese ." In'fllneBs-vneesmi; Is'coinWerftd Cor.r'f 14th' 'Sl- Avetwe D"M-._ dre"ds'of new.customers to our 'list.*. We, .sell tonly "j:

-aret.. y.or' .the' Aslattti'There. '. .tt'abrrtipMo Q :<. ..imti;. :!magihs JOt! ,b HJda ai{food.;,;BoweJr. la,.lCot sign. >said:of.retnnh:'He lI"' '. ,;...,..," ,; ,, ,, '" .. ','" -- .,' eitv'4rugs.:,.. .AIIVprescriptions:are filled! :,.by registered phami
oteadese: e'thers'are' : t1 '
tbInese; q I Ors"dispatch that adltli| ercrd twiceturn hlnr oatof' .. ... "finest -
Jew.'it.,1 Q'l "'" + \Vfalso-carry.t11 sodas and i icVcrealn i in the city
: -
:*howriiBoi'tho: : puBlihmtat IL;a : Is'eay.enough w,.botopJtJaL'n"'din tbe ae,-knti .
for aChinaman to lose; h-'s: head. But think: ot an'American-manager it any one 111I'--1 directly after din- :Notorious; Lie .i. tc'+ a 'i

50' of an Insurance.company asking that he be condemned: 'because. .he, ha Dur si dish was brought],'back and tJlllt. l I 2 Doors, Nprth. of Postofficewd.; ,. '
d 'ltaTert misfortune. ,- :
jpermitted.dirtonest.practice* la-his office. a Co ta.a ni '. .
.n custom Ait .saluting belonitn to :
et'er : nation and clime. In Ethiopia[ ,, .i, W. E. Youiigs, Pres.WILLIAM .

(ft1, SOME( : MORE OF. FOLK., when the king; sneezed those abjuthlnf' ,, .t, < '" "
'. > .
-. >:.iluted no loudly thut they worn :'
,,' -. ,- '" ... a - -- .. 1'
;' beur4 and'echoed' through the wbol i c > : .." ,

J :The whole! country Is to be congratulated: that a'man llke'Joha'. Folk. chr!!In IM2 De 8oto'.had' AD, Intervlpttyln i i ..

'of'Missouri, bat reached'a place' public life from which he can be secaaad I KInrIJa: nlth :a cacliii who + '
-.' i "i'i..,.;im : durlag"ebnver>.atlon liapx-i tJsueeW. ,
bother -- 1
; heard. States. All his attendants bowed theirV j-'=BRYANi ;
rffttf bu -a<
.4etls. which were threatening the destruction of the D&tIon. His example au.t :ialuled the-' prince with "May the:: \ ---

= tie .. '.hlnllI& light. Just aa much la hIa'aeeU011'u.l'Jtildetn Roosevelt. *lain. .ulf;guard Jotterthiue. I1 '1ou.'\1'tl'uJ t: ., i IN FOREIGN LANDS_ }

tjila, 'so that his worms and.his worda.are very effective among his fallow r1J1i.1ro All J allalL cbilira of lor.a: C If read Mr. BrfM letters of r., ,Travel
countrymen.. -".- .,. *. ; primer nays"'! : foei west to tew ""
"Betjjg prompt fAlutinc ,any onwb&inay ,, -- .;
; yIn the UM to cnbe for he CeaMnooef
The latest stroke! of ths'patriotic! ,Amerlcan'ID.the fight for.honesty : shence'and .thawlto I ( ., 1 '
returning '
II I \' i. : :1 IJ ... "" :y
art pun D 1D 'raC1accompllahed'lIt' Cleveland when elk'addreaedas My/! who ou such an occasion may j II I William I. Brjan. editor of The Commoacr/sailed from -}
audience of"overt5,000. .people. Ia the course of his- address Jae'-.Ueftcl LttteVwirfied you well; 'v'I { San Francisco September 27"for a.year'1Iiait abroad. 'In the
-- *
this thontht. = ?a j.: ." tAu;*epigram In'the Creek anthology! .. .,. .. 'course of his travels, Mr. BrIan will visit the following named ". ",,

.' ".'political revival to sari on all over Use land against grafting.'rbepeople ,11O'tS| It wa-customary to My ."Oot\' countries. :. 1" ,

r. of PhllaJeJphla, New Pork; B1!' ;'q.1 pan. T>aBckc.lud. of Cincinnati Ue'i yoo." The ancient Romans aUl!:! Mr'jAdverii'se : -r :_
; MMi,.." The modHni :Roman of the"fahx HAWAII. JAPAN BSITISH I8LX8PUILIPTINK :
1 are-.fighting. ,for'their city and to je.gaiutJi! ..',; government >they,have I I trim nays.."FlgU saaschl- (MayJTou'4i 'I .. -.- 4' ,* CHINA" INDIA,, ISLANDS.PALKSTI .'
lost ..., .... !' I ,T' "\ lnite..rnentteJnathattht. EGYPT. C '
_. _IL.f,; \e male children%: The- aorta"Gertiaus AUSTRALIA. ]. |, J j, ;
I TOUl".- what ih. ..blM tali** iKSW-ZEALAND. TWHCKT. GREECE '
"A"wonderful revolution Ian wrought, In the conscience, of man- any "Tour:goal'health taVlrtina 4' .. |' \.:.
( _. -
; ad tat be.ol t a ntorkm SPAIN \ ITALY8WITZERLAXD..
'kind ta the last four, years. "We had;gotten.to a. .point in this';countz .."Cod .be :with year U IreUnA Vk. Ite-Ti.. -.."dan.in 'ylatl>.'ljp FRANCE.DENMARK:. :NORWAY OKR1LANT.' _<

when patriotism meant little more than a word, v Many, men had patriotism the t..II8D11&1",,'siod bless your hoo-: t that jt.ar ,.opt their Ups and tteuo ''In their hearfep: '. ..I- di'.":, :. to your beaor.":.Tbel.tMx ra.Yertbalyn.retat'liaCbP1.11netaikrm.Wrrend. ; s ". .. -::
m form U "To your good health' ,) Tat.". .". I From earn of tbe countries 'named.Jlr. Bryan will writektiesdescribing
'The'moral.awakening:that Is now Iwe &'-.the country; is simply or Hlow d the 'patriotism'that comes from the' hearts of the Peopie., determination That i Idea. The visited. ./ '
U 'jfall.of: rhyiuo about sneezing .oncetIn tie ona l life of the countries "
.- m. in private"life.:, : iea T>HI'i,itiitfb-ami, ..v,*'t>i ttxmum -* desire to read every one of these! letters nhonH lose no time in"' nbtlr. .- ;
:>n. "a ci- "' >fkci "'A new'standard has.been established;' new yet_old; Just honesty, that I l"od"UnJo" your own"true love vrrlaot-. : V Vhicinc1_a"....... IW aTm sea and .'
,-11"311- I !ii tc. .Borprhoter a .t..f bother. I Tli- Commoner lit iMncd weekly and the.ub+v'riptionprice Is "

,t: Sentiments' like that will l T4; l hi bur onf'of the many. that are ,. and w.nrc.t.X1o." .. he .inicr.iandiI" .t-OO a year. By special arnr eim-nU with the publisher we are ,
undoubtedly help very materially, when they, to all over] t11. .bDd.:). Ibr princ; ;p'c'' of d .pla' ...ricw jf t .n'b..l to olT-r for -hort time only tbr ( ..mrnoner and the Miami .l
;ar* spread 'broaacan overthe'land ThPJ'will find any echo,111 miUlons of -\jp-an4lhoirarTiiisttBenu PrioterS I Weekly Mrtrnpl.lis one year both for 14.00, when paid In advanr tor
new rl will rend Th- Commoner "i <1. ire Miami I>aily) UetTopolU
American minds and'a Iciplraton where we
to, reform reform Is needeJwFI rlfth;.. ,1| ielt. if yrop Iy: hindkxt" 'M
cue year m any address for $5.00 the rrgular price" of the Daily.
be al Tbhtk: it 'rf
Engendered ; yocrbr t sim-iii. o ,
;.>if&s I nlrItYou've.seen that: best lonr. .
'" Metropolis
i Fork la a,wonder snre'enongb.. and .,hJ!'there, U a good _Jeet of"him d.:4: ; ".f mta*. low I want to get a and dtfci'to to drop a tMit'l t"
( : I Address nit l orders to MIni PriitN Co..MiJ's*. III.PAGE .
!before the ,country Just there t.f itJJ lit. Wiiat ,..oultlJ'\I\i sew.Ii
BOW not"near enough;: of him. It would qo' ; : B. F. Davis, Adr Writer L
1 be.well If the country Pond get_ more oil;. olk.-=. 1t.anta'3ournal.Y '. : :'{ :!i>.q ; H.rj.-117! nit/'set; c'l' I .rsrtw
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t" THE itisivE BED.. 'II
Iis .1\I.1as1er's: Voice"IS : '\1

HEARD IN THE VICTOR, TALKING MACHINE It. ......... G..lne Foraa-It* ilea,
'I eaa.fer.aU.... l
The Victor la so perfect that \t la often mistaken for the human voice A phase in the:involution" of the modern ,

rkt'bt proving ,a never.. tatting source of_ delight to tboall.llD.u.ap.- bed was duello the exigencies of J
I lment..to none. To all lovers of good music, the Victor la an Inspira- living in rooms tr.actec11D sUe or in
JroIL No matter bow much entertainment there ia at home the Victor laW apartments Instead of houses. This

wars welcome.'Ton can at all times listen to bands, orchestras songs wee the- folding ted of wood, which Good Clothes

" tea, that thousands of people flock to bear In crowded resorts. There masqueraded Infijiy boors as a mantelpiece -

Is. ao limit to the variety of sections this matchless instrument will recite a dresR&fji a bookcase; a ward- '

, for'TOO..Records In stock. VICTOR RECEIVED THE GRAND PRIZE robe or BometlilnJ tar removed from :i .

I AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD its real purpose'jf affording'rert at i f
: bight. The coucli .lao was transformed e
into a bed In a'number of Ingenious
\:8T.. WIALER. Ag ways gj of Stylish Quality
Perhaps as a reaction against the for-
mklable sized wwjjen beds, open and
closed the'iron anti brass ted came Into j
existence and at' once secured an extensive I

Dade Pharmacy popularity, This bed has especial j 1.- .
claims for compactness, neatness, .
I .** trim design and reasonable cost In a Being well dressei!I.isn't a'question} of '' V
809 Avenue D small bedroom, ,Awhile the framework

;L A&'a. new candidate>it> for your patronage it is but just-that we' of the wooden bedstead may; occupy as spending a' lot of money-its a question! of If 5
actual space that made
much Is
that state money oar claims can buy.Oar Our stock service i i. new will and be the equal purest to the and best.best of brass or iranj\pi as impression one la decidedly going to the right store. Most. any'1 store has _. r
In favor.at the.metal bed giving
We live. in,the building and wilt take pleasure in a greater feeling of space than the faily( good suits as far as thread arid cloth is V

I applying" your demands at all hours,'day oL. igbt. .., one nutdc of woodsThe'lroi '
: bed adapts Itself easily "towhatever7 concerned getting distinctive style] and a

I Prices Reasonable.Investigate 809 !Avenue D color scheme-is! carried out '
In wall papers snit) floor coverings and real fit is another matter. | a r ..
1. also suits wbateTer.wood is selected
for other pieces' torurulturbul't'llu.,
I --- washstand, lableKintid( ;; chnlrs. An all I

;; Before. Investing white bedstead:wilts mahogany.oak.; But that's what you get her white enamel, bitch:' or maple or the
i Wind Power Iron tubing maye; painted to.match. you can easily afford. In fact yolk can't afford
.J ,
the woodwork ;oratorntture. domemanufacturers '
not to wear the; kind of clothes we sell.
'" keep i certain r colors In .
; '
b.bas::: ''" of the country isapest thc'i "
; beee'adopted brth 'bellt\'peop1e' who have stock-pale green,)dark'red and blackor The mere rise in your own estimation, and R
Note the
i for, water people
; tai ung.
power a bed W made in'brass
may up ;
: them they conks have steam, gas and hot air too if they wanted and a color to oM.| ...- ", others, that our Schloss clothes give you, that ,.J
\ it I handle the beet mill made and make a specialty ot this '
The: brass bedstead Is more expensive the
: mechanism that I have just been I prosperous, well-groomed Jock is biggest ; .
bnaineaa and with"my pump, than the white| bameled when It, la .
granted patent an., ,1-will! guarantee' to ,:ool/e the capacity,' made of first claif metal and carefully kind of a cash'asset to any man,; Tie. picture
value and life of any wind. mill. outfit Any infringements will. pat together. To] preserve the finish .,
shows Schloss Many others
be .' one
prosecuted. without polishing. colorless lacquer -.
It applied to the brass.:,If a dun brass from v
&; H PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florida finish Is-detlred;!_to match chandeliersor j I '\
hardware In j the room It does not 1 :
receive the bequec:; t''' .,' .C-vl'" '"'".": '

BROTHERS: The folding bed!idea'baa reappeared I $1 10 to $25: c.

BITTY;: la the metal beds..-iI, In simpler forma, "" _

S aerw'o..s Vn S

Machine Shop ; Seeth m. "J.,' ,j :.

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Agents for the New: Era Gas.E gine8. 'Gasolene .r. iOur ..

SPECIALTY New Stock 'of Winter Overcoats just in

and kerosene engine wpaifing a '5 ,

General, Repair Work \ I A
: $
.:: _, .

t;.; R. W. RHODES '
cerccH BI., Drf." -A >fiD), BY MOUT.than.the'earlier ..' ::
rooden beds of. the
same description,' A folding cot'.for TWELFTH
example. I..clasped together flatly.!ao 322 .STREET '
that it may be stowed a"allD a minimum f
amount 'ofjppace. or the cot'I -
fastened in'an ojiricbt position'to a R1111o

closet door andWhca an extra bed la __ '. --- -. ----r- ..-- ,' ''_____
demanded the closet l door Is swung .
open and the bedlowered to the floor. . oooooeo'Uo ooo ooo.o, ,

Another style tfrjan upright folding

T. holding bed with a an'eurta1l attachment f.to cover at the"the' top framework for 'The' Best Thing on arth Is Earth Itself"I ii:

HeM during'the .day. :.I.IA : .
two story Iron bed la made to ac .:

commodate two sleepers In thelSaNe i oI
.a.e space that one jfcat: abould;:occupy.
h....."...... .,,,Ie.. &1. These novel bedsore adapted to camp

.. --..'*. ". .-.....-ne life'.boyd ecbootaj?steamship ggw'!.."'?"..".-_-.fflrsDaTflM : ever floor apace,I*,scanty. f We Sell Earth.
When'.the comfort of a real bed js
I UONLY c all RRIIZE desired in a roonjij that muetbe1)eU'tint : ) e

V 'y."'-.. ...1M..._........................ =a-&. \r j ,. place In the,day. the metal,bad appears I oe
...,......w. ....... ," as a wide cguch.,with: aheetB.'rfndblankrt' ,
newt '.'
th.Mhwt covered,;>lth a. fitted, spread, ; I
Addition 4 r View
and|the ,-pillows.;clipped! Into sqvaie Riverside Bay Addition,
UeaT HOMC"it,? of material'to match .A'tainge
liiiow where cases
qj? .' .. '- bed of this kind.Jf often Installed In a :,y splendid reidoce .ire.now: being t&a bave'receD ll platted and placed von
... Three
b oc7tt is time,os looked (, sewing room, den or nursery, ready for and the' fourth a handsome tf'f: ,
D.ULLfNDORr BLOCK ..-fi' the mar". .e. 60.cboiee lots. on. BiscaynDrive "
Ot31AVfNue an emergency. ,tJisj: ._ tone building, has jut began K."lotller' ., .1 .
Couches of steed:with' a mattress laid .___ high elm homes will V be built there within "I near! the home of'R v. Dr. Rider and, "

on the top; are :arranged to draw out. the next three months. We have just coo. although the pli* baa |lUlL been 0.14 already .

AMod.elrBfithr&om and make_ a wlcJ.-) .Designer... traded to have the trees all removed, all the.'owners J' several lot have_ been sold and will b* improved -.
., ... (,,.. O ahe' ee
r.; 'nVarieu."- "" ... of IoU are arranging to have at onee. P r\bot4. wb wait ilnira- 1
rroalu taken off and lots cleaned sad levelled. '
ar"-eW' frlentt' cheese, u Ate tttlMiag
1 ereaur lou,orerlookiag the'My, high l
V rem.tI1i evening! at 0V. The water and sewer piping has been ordered I .
served : attter aa :
Is the inoste.aential Jfeai and heaattful and yet '"....,. .here la their .
VV of tb i rnodern'hoarser cards, -with' bWenfta, and salad,'wa .S and will be laid as soon a* received. orbeD'' .
!Urea. ,' good to look aC with Its pastel colorIng wtll follow the street paving. Lots here are, ; oppor ahl. These Iota will be cold at (ISO-
v ; aa it ii6.a/necessary com'fort ,'now so fashionable.' West In the selling for $16SM rash ed des In one year each on the easy"piyment plan. 'CALL and
and 1M.M in two NO BRIDGE ,
r to'any1 home. 'Bette center of plant dlnti waa a ground of f years. "
TOLL charged toaayone who,buys lota of us LET DL 8UOW YOU TUKSE LOl'8.I .
V + put money in perfecting; the ehep e. made port and smooth with oVV.

V ?. 'F the sanitary system, there. cream, ha-apex being surmounted bj a I .: e
sprig .f panler .All''around this
',by insuring the health ani I mound in alternate colon of'pale red i u ; : V
Rivermont Furnished Houses
.comfort, of"y* r', tamil, and green were sn>all balls of the same .

\y than('spending,. it lor finfarnishinga. cnece."_Tbe green:balls, -filled : I. i ..
., fortbtfamoIsMRacyGk; wlth jchlves-and'ptrBiej: : minced fine, We own most of the river.front lands on hair:si Urge list of Furnished.Uou_,
,Afta. S sides from the Wo o
'J. the red ones ww.nett'! red pepper, both city limiMuptothe' to lease for the season ranging in price
also mashed smooth. .,I think the aesthetic e General Lawrence plsee. Parties de- i ,
tiring _riP land, including riparian front 8 fly dollar a month up. Bead fur Hat
effect would be complete if others
e *,should eontul u*. We en PI.KASE AND. MAKE YOUR SELECTION N6wif ee
; of pale bra were. mtrodveed. You AS TO LOCATION AND PRICE. ..
bad you expm' to spend the winter Miami -
These could be; of pecan Dub
yk ,' minced fine and lard with the cheese, .

: and the one then that surely suited each: his gneateoold taste. Ot choose tonne I o'airy. ui afl parts .of the city the 1 Are choice rots.resMttccs( *ad business bosses for sak|add aye

MS JTwelfth: McDONALD salt cayenne pepper and cream' were I : \prtpartd to.poiat oat to Iflvestors tlu easy road to bao&ooe flrUcads. Here are a few. we have ethers o
> wed in the composition of this gaatroaocnle -
: Florian.t -- pictures-pood<.,. -Housekeeping., I.'. !;2 k...lMM....,.tee W K of tb.cHT. !! I Iota o.Stk.u:..... lice**!,MrpJa. 'i the huirer. ....-......M A...... o
J.J : Street., Miami." .1 fe '; 40* ndrsss ..cY-' W.n.bl. the ,r '.c..atSt'O."cb.! D. II.WI"id"'a"'IU"' Mitirct _,. ,
.I,, itK ...... -i. '
l::= aril ; .' --,. I 1 I. BovKranl, lot,k rare dlaKII at
r The meat petdcoa0r are mad. I S Alt."\ !i.i as Utfc tlnet:werlb. {tJ..IOJor Gad d. .---;'__all ....... Palm A. 14th,for pie Mnrt c.-.tuttarMar.... Auk lor ,ricP.K>/d. ,
'handkerchief IJIneB trimmed with .
f -
.e.e.k.ce.e. SI SW4k
rues of hand etnbrotderj and band I W.MInS910. H.. .a.dt lot lee fi.3n.tt* act sstr *moo kou.es Mk. ,...,,.curl a.l
1 tot e.Tlk sleet for $WXX.o* Eaooll7 lit M a &.be,.U. e.I ikcd. '/01 IS tot Iroal.uak.ooJ7tI.OMM. .. t-'hM., :
: Chase &, RamsIJCCESSORS .f Talendennea Ifyra! :. '" '. wonYNlO1Mrl.hlane.' "<4 _jeer 1IotI"",,:.. sece.l for ,- t-
t&: Eo QY Shirts!;with.attachable"slevea area .11: ".. ..wi..Ye.aforeliOrti&.RNib' "M Tian. J Flo lot or,*..... B.''Bi.I"'nrai.! e .
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new La coo,wrlakta for men' TB Mn .r.wenk th "" wshlrta'eom/| 'tI'iu..two arts of I s lot MlKk trad. Ch.. D at WXV -- taw'a>4 lot'oa Mtk .tae.. BoMfoouto 'lint Ikllf..the oiarlMt Im a.cue kw 'sO
; Rath. Othn.oath-o16e rerenin. *i.tfcy ti17i1SyNam, ho..t for I1IJMIP.
; .TO ri, .. tLRNBI aleere* >madt to4>ntton oa the npptr, .: .
: part of,the sleev just below th. elrPulelboa e
; IDC,, FireUIT 'V; ( ) No'matter what yofi want we are in position to save yon money. We have had more than
\ : J for earty whiter:wear 0 20 years experience in this bq.i....*in Florida and have a record for never having failed to make .:,1
AND1'SGETABIA- andPACKERS to nad4 of five.: }och rues of whltatadlea .' money tor those who purchase on our advice. Come in and let na give yon a few pointers. a :, ...te .'$:

cloth, the hula, of which there We will be pleased to show yon even. though you.do not care to invest., : ,
>> : are.three' heIst dtd,wltt'fiva"tech j '! ;:

; -: ;;, valeiMlennea.Small jjokea art&'a dlstlnrdahlng; teator o

.-l of j many of];the lately hunchedhlrt'jwalau J. H. Tatum} & Company J
a Insurance. and, noticeably lacresa. :'

.. a the-deeeq .appesj>nc .' ; .
Great>extnvaguot la'predicted! Earth i,
iaterlal. !FIDELITY BONDS furs for;the coming iyaaoo.t Dealers in :
; i Bartn. is once more In evidence aa a .e '

....IPl Il& -. trlaiming.: fa.lrt ban bias ..nda"ef! Rooms 8, 9 ood. '1O, frissen Buildjag. Miami, florida'

list End, UisI i nupack. OLDEST AGENCY.IN MIAMI satin knee and running whole ro jMtls ind Jacket jnat above'are. gala-1M I IHE ( ,o.ooooosoeo.o.0 J' : ; -
sooo.o"o 00 0.
big In favor.. m oo ._'

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torn -t i i iBoard II To the People or Miami I I r FOR LEGISLATIVE HONORS Deed !< E. C. Railway to J. M. rMiam'' Conservatory l

ojricf 11 Rcganiliig the matter of the chaismacthlppf Is the Bee Buzzing in the Bonnet of Bryan for $200, twenty acres In section

the Board of' Commissioners Ex-Mayor Currie of Palm Beach 6- tp. 51, south, range 42 east. L.---: :: of Music Notes

____________________ ---_.___________________------ I t f'->( Public, Works feel'''that Warranty. deed Ernest Stypman to j k
'" Mr. George G. Currie, ex-fayor of.' I. Klckliter,
---------- cey 170 lot 10block ajN
-- action in
expialtdtton of
an my connection -
Mrs Eugene B. Romfa la slate | ,
of Education Government Inspectors Here 'I I West Palm Beach and a popular and 4, Stuart| i
therewith Is due to the people dlilon to the vocal classes mad posS"
Board of Education Captains W. A. Shaw and C A. e'cctSd successful attorney of the Cottage '
The, County who me a member of th board Warranty deed. Gal Blue and wife a beautiful voice. ',
Beets' in rrgu'ar monthly session one Spencer, government Inspectors of 'by a voutliat led the tickt. II IIC l)', arrlicd In the city this morning to Frank jwiillams for $15, lot 3, block rThe tIh
week; from today. bolls and, bor.ers. respectively of this i aJl'li-nets is speadng: the day here attend- I I 1, South i langonlLv pupils are. looking forward
t : of i
By courtesy and .
prece the recital to be given, early In December -
district: came down this morning from :ag the regular monthly meeting of "
: Catherine Frost
deed. and
tent t b leader of the ticket :h-tor which
promises to be
Jacksonville for the purpose of Inspecting tile Board of County Commissioners a very
LLady,.Lou Chartered have bets, entitled: to tt _t..i'manI husband [Ito Geo. C. Jones for $525 enjoyable affair. -
the steamer MartlnlqueanJ I and looking after other legal matters.It
chartered lot 18, block II, Hodea!
'Capt Ceo! Newcomb baa ship! This principle was recognized;
,I echooners Chase and been that Mr. The three Misses Kaufmann are
the auxiliary has quietly reported
fc'8! glass bottomed boat. Lady Lou when theYtwo 4 receiving the highest Deed, Model Land Co to Emma
Mount Peasant It will probably be ".. Currie would likely be a candidate members of the violin classesThey'
to PY:1IP:: : and down the coast for extension number ft votes were sworn in for Reynolds|for $108. block 23. Delray.; !
tomorrow afternoon before they have for the Legislature In the next campaign do beautiful duet work, and we hopeto
purposes. the four)ears' term. Warranty deed. L O. Lyman anJwife :
finished the Inspections. I and when charged with the "of to Amarlla hear some trios for three violins
II Upon the reasonable assumption that Blackmer for $175.
I !'-\Ii\ fense" this morning by a Metropolis and later on.Master.
More', Italian I' the other;members+ of the Board would lots 1 2, block 109 Delray. .
Stock representative, he had to 'fess up' Charles Grmber, of West
Bought. Splendid regard Warranty deed L. Q. and
i .The"steamer e left this I BO the matter I. naturally, expected Lyman '
E G Sewer, who has'been in the' and repiled that there might be some wife to W. H. Cambrey for Palm Beach, was greeting his friend
morning for extension td ije chosen chairman. '
LltIo"erai North i, the past several weks baying I foundation In the rumor, yet he hadmade 3, b'pck 109, In the plane rlswes yesterday Miss
it Delray.
operations, !" rge; force cf i That McKinnon received, the
I the fall and winter stock of goods role I no positive announcement that Warranty deed. S. Bronson and HIggins: of jhe:..me'city. and Master
Italian work there I h'ghfst In the primary seem tome '
& Bra.Is he woU'd be a candidate There was .t Gruber mak the longest trip for
for the firm of John Sewell wife

to Ed LaSalle for
$125. block
,md pushing another of the recently j I to hae. no bearing on the matter -
expected to arrive home lonlgnt. ''a wicked twinkle: In the exmayor'seyes Delray. their lessons of any pupil la the
completed houseboats which will bej Inasmuch as the primary was to
It fl said that Mr.. Sewell has purchased while he was talking which leads Conservatory..
thoie Warranty deed W. O. Coates and
wised accommodate a party of engineers. select who should be candidates
: I of the largest, latest anJ us to believe that the Legislative bee has
one been
at the regular. election. wife to Herbert Lobdell, for $500 certain Spanish added to the list
most complete stocks of boots shoes ",. Is undoubtedly! buzzing In his bonnet. of studies,
Conservatory and Is taught
I I There ;jyere ten candidates before land[Iin section 36. tp 62 south ,
and gents' furnishings ever brouhi Should Mr. Currie decide to enter -'
On To.r he primary. In the regular election range 41 east by a Spanish lady.
Inspection to Miami, and that they will be on \ the race he would make a vigorous
Warranty Lavlna
The pleasure i yacht' Enterprise, therijjjl were only three and the deed Jones and
market at date. campaign and would find loyal
the an early many husband
to Catherine Frost for
owned, by.the land department 'of the contest for,highest place was between $300 REWARD
f. E. C. Railway, went down to the those that. The honor fell to me, friends throughout Dade county who Iota 5 and 8, block 25. Models
Bids ReadvertisedThe would rally to his supportDon't 1 ...
keys'of' tie lower coast this morning and bowtn'er, the matter may have I will pay $%5 for evidence to coa-
vita''party of railroad omaa'.a, who I I postoffiee department has re- been dedt ed by the Board, I recognize Fresh, homemade cakes ant pies sX net persona of stealing fruit from: my
will! spend,severaldays there lookingover advertised for bids: for operating a thai:(was the choice of the people. Lefflert | grove. J. J(. Key. Mlamt
mall route. twice week service, between '
a .
the property interests. of ttcompany. and1Y"g! to reiterate! my high
., j[ this city and Planter Key on nj>j.w''i' |in of their confidence and 1- '
the lower coast bUs to be la Nov. endorsementThe [ .

14th and the route to be established chairmanship was contended for f --.J
Whim Wham In Bay.The ", : : .
,houseboat Whim Wham, formerly 'accepted December by J. providing the department a bid shall""Bids'be .of1 by me not!on ambition the contemptible ground, Mr. Owner K Kt

owned ,by Dr. B. 'V Pierce' the, personal .or aggreisroti Property : ,1t
medicine man. but which he sold late]f I i tot this work were submitted last but for the reason that I believe thei
i'month but they most have all t
wTI of the expressed
i i ; leope as through t '
his spring to another; party,fbubeen' !i I "
deficient or else new notices for bids:
their ballots, be
towed from her'berth op the should respected ana I ,. i.
would: not have been ordered posted carried ;
river to the bay; and. Dow rides at ou
anchor;off the fed of Thirteenth st. here If the|people are willing! to have ,I Since the announcement. of the beginning of *
She wW be fitted for the arrival of their expressed! .wishes"disregarded, in -
the Art Stone Construction
by Co. ..
Interest( : operations we '
her owner at an early ..w.4: > Council's Recess Meeting the ollw'mon11 have nothing I I'I
The city council will meet In reces more'to :say ,In' ,regard to the chairman have secured two contracts for furnishing stone. ,

WhitLabor Pouring'c.' c.'s. lesson .'tomorrow night for the' purpose shtp.||'| : Be the LastMan for I residences. % il
; ""of reading and considering an As a mtmber of the Board I thai i 3
A traba'br1qb three hundred I
special c ordinance fixing the duties and granting at an tittles( and under alt ;
or'more, white laborers for ranroit 1J'Cum-1
the saarlp. of city officials andemployees stances use every effort In my. in" town to order \
extension'operations arrtved herelast your
It Is also probable that for Ole Welfare and advancement of NOW MIND'a
for the fall and
night followed by another carload new garments I
the.printing contract ;wilL be let at M'aml, and as far as consistent with
Ills morning. ,All of them were taken winter season. Have them
this meeting as It wTI be necessaryIf a decent jiTnount of le'f-reapectseek
to, the'keys at,10 o'clock by,the made byJohn
the new ordinance.on duties and to secure jharmony !in the 'Board of
atean er Biscayne They were about salaries is passed that it be published I Public WolkB t W. W. Proud these pa INVESTIGATED the manufacture of >>
.s tough .a looking lot of roosters as :: Sewell& Bro. '
one would care to lee'.tile-maJorft7 at once .f$.. stone by other plants before placing their order .,

of them -appearing more on the order foreman: Wanted I Miami's foremost clothes mak- aid were CONVINCED that, our ,method .was

of Biwery bums than they Jo like lakorcrs NOTICE For frtiIE and vegetable farm. Man ers. They will be up to datein '-1;

'and are already ffiose preciously AH lands ,under my control are who understands: grove work setting every respect. Remember i .

:taken' to the, keys = giving I posted and anyone caught hunting or 'trees, budding,,etc. Apply In person the spot. i PAR SUPERIOR

trouble ly> striking' rat refusing" ,,'to,I trespassing win be prosecuted to the to II.,B Burbank.American Nut and I ))1I
sort t. .r.' .'f'' :r'- ..... ,i ,I extent, of the law. R. U"afln;agent, Fruit Coil 33f ,BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCk I .

-, .... .. '- r'I Jj r'store.
j r So if you contemplate! erecting a residence, .

or other buildings consult with, 'us and,we

will demonstrate to you why and how. >\we can give '

: How about that t ,new, ,Hat ? .. .you better results'for; the money invested. '


., r.ioj Our: Guarantee of Protection -

t' ; :Are you, still wearing your old :;seedy; out-of-date : :

Goes Wits Our Stone '. ; ,
4 ; ,straw or f felt\ hat ? Perhaps you have been thinking ;: ., ,

: .t. 0" *' ? ,of;;getting anew :one, and was, merely waiting for i

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'' c the new tshapes'to coW --
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: !! Tie Art StoneCoDstriiction

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DQnIt, wait any, 1onr to buy a Hat '

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:, w 'have just received our big shipment of 1906 :P\\ ,.. '

felt hats in the Knox and Bros f
,new Young styles. AI i 1

.All .are Beauties and as most styles L\re medium '-U :, ; ', ? I ; l I \'
; and Stone Yard foot of Ave..D. ,
for' ., Office .
'*'wide brims, they .are: just the thing a ''summe; ii (a f'"' :\c' : ,.'.,._. ; I tf; Miami florida

'climate. They' ;rkeeg ou, cool and by taming don\? \ '.. o. -it f ;e\' ':. .J c :'N R
'the' brim, shade, your eyes from the glareldf l tRe streetfhe tt; _- r" .. '4.,

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4 w\mmmum .
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W Eastman '
5 11 I' Fishing ,
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,Kodaks, Kodak Sundries, :5
:, Also. Fawn Nutria Belgium Etc i ,$> J
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.. Shells and I
\ ,, ." _'Ii: c H'... Nassau achCSupplies yj

\, 'Young' Bros., :Hats, $3 (PO' andt$3..50.em _' $ '';l} including fenders, polishjjj :

Knox : ed's ,fittings; launch 5ttt :
Hats S5 end.. $6.00
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,whistles and side ligths,J j!
|S' ship clocks. ,etc etc.'etc,' i"4

We 'Sell want Keep the the'best in mind World, thtit'money the fact to that know"can'\ l,it.buy"j.r" -JWe Jhe.' ;:' ;j''\' n i t; 'ho"ny+ =R' ..0"rn, fh- l. U O. Oi t(b: ,: E. WORTHINGTQN. =. |ili:!

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SMITHS Undertaker and Embalmer W. 1 F. MILLER

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RESIDENCE 219 STREEt PHONE 26 413 28fR3CrMr. .
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S M. W. Goode, the popular superintendent ,..
= ewe liof # of the Dade county con- I
< J vlcis. Is spending today In Miami. WHY 1HAV; a. fHAT

He Informed a Metropolis TIREb FEEING?
J., w. Bryan, of Danla, came down w. W. B'-aci: .mer and J. B Rice of I tative that the pubic road ORDER A CASE OF
lifts morning ou baahleu. Delay, are imong; those visiting In between Fort Lauderdale and Delay MwuRE THE BEST.

see t the city today! la progressing rapidly, and that un-I cigars within reach wh.a abost &

'Capt Dick Smith will leave tomor-' t less the unexpected happens the TonicBrew Better have one or tw. goat KBOCM.

OITItL SUPPLIES row for Key West to remain several Miss Condltq a well known visitor necting link between Miami and West I than a dozen of Inferior qnalttr.\ '

20S'I2TStREETBOOKSTORE cia;". In Miami. ha ,1 returned for the winter Palm, Beach of about twenty miles, Havana tobacco may be Usk pies

I and Is domiciled. -at the March will be completed by January let l but that does not prevent. vie ctvtas

Mr. E. M. Brelsford president of Villa. || : our': customers the eitsJUsn* '

tie First National Bank of this dry t.li. Try those homemade cakes and pies I HAVANA FILLER FOR,.CENTS;;

Is;In town today on business.Dr. ..T. Hriard and B. F. Bowen at Leffler Fresh lapprjr every day. The Norma Martinet snakes a tr;J
known a fine new brain tonic,
well traveling men from Jacksonville
good smoke having \M fun. aroma 411
., P, T. Skaggs has recovered j are {,t[among' the visitor in Mr: M. E. Gruber, one of the successful from the Acme Bottling the best Fast <* ."

from a struggle with dengue sufficiently the city tooalL1, merchants of the East Coast works. Our drinks' ., k

Ml VMIJl: V to ,make his professional' rounds 1<1 -. with large hardware establishments are pure 'and fresh. HAYES }:

today. Mr. R. J.\;ChI1Hngworth. of West at West Palm Beach and Daytona; We use: only fine gran- T"e CIGAR MAN
Pam Beach jane of the pioneer eldI I Is: i victor In Miami today Mr. ulated In
Sugar syrups OPPOSITE!: HOTEL!: 'BISCAYHIf. .
E. V. Blackman has gone to St. sens of Dade- onnty. 1s attending to Gruber is a member of the drainage ,

Augustine and JacXwuville! on a lew business matters In Miami today. company of \Vfeat Palm Beach; to -4

days business unj pleasure' trip, 4' whom was let the contract by the Acme Bottling c. Brosster:& Son
which win probably detain him until The W. C. [;T. U. has been Invited Board of County Commissioners to Works -
Successors C.
to C. Carroll
the latter part of the week. 10 meet wltb;irrL Edwn Nelson st,drain a large area of land la the i iI ? .... .
I W...of la Homeaeekera AgentSpecial'Bargain < f.
t.-r lovely hoate, on 9tn street near Palm Beach section, and Is here to I 6tunet.1 Factory I ., '1
Mr. Edward Sitting formerly of Avenue D, Friday, at 3:30 p. m. attend the meeting of the board and U ,.

Cocoa Is In town today In the Interestof q.. close up some details matters tn connection i l This month we off>G itallA'be,...

Bowden's paint factory. Mr.: Billing Mr. Charles: srry. of the Dora Real with the drainage, matter. law [ fray list of property aD4
."" E. McIvor M.D.D.D.S.Physician glad to into the details WUhyon.
a good-many enthusiastic, has a large number of friends on Eetpte Agency hM gone to Jacksonville go
I If will watch this
the East Coast who wish blm good : on business.! pertaining to 'hH : We charge no toll to cross our 12th and Surgeon Ion pace yoawill
friends among house-keep- : ( be able to.pick up some good .
luck. office and mav,;.b absent several days street bridge to any one who buys a Dental Specialist paying property. '
ersby unusual J values of the r Medical j Dental
1 l lot of us In Riverside or to any one .
Htgldleeton Geactorr Urlaat7 sat Sinrenr. GramMxumof 'r-SeIe
Dr. E. H. Armstrong, the eye and Dr R. H. returned Sat I who ,rents and occupies m house on .a41 I| a.4 Bridgcwork : A
I i! If want a good cheap: latC let
,''Gut GlassChina nerve specialist of Jacksonville will urday from a .summer's travels, hav- any ,of said lota. We nave decided I Ito' i ua show you -you the one we. bate on

be at the Hotel Biscayne, on Non 25. 'I k; visited orgy" : States and large sell' tickets to regular patrons at 'BOB RTZSIMMONS,IC' ; &
2( and 27.lira. cities stopping Fat Niagara Falls pre- I halt regular rates. Call and seal II O'BRIEN MATCHED A new 4 ,room. house and lot.

lously to his return home via Havana. us. J. H Tatnm ft: C*. t I House painted and,ceiled and in ,
: Inns and granddaughter Miss I "sI I good condition for: a .short time .
I iJ New York. roY'. 7- Bob FI ttJdm-. cash 500. -- '
"" "'1'-..: Gertrude K.'.bens, arrived in'! Miamilast" The steamer|partlnlque came in; Abram Sheben, the boy who was' only : ..
and S'1' mess who hUt been matched,to fI&Jrt' A good business or rgsidenceg ..
yer night and ire focated.at'Dr R. this morning frpm Key West and Havana stabbed- the left breast yesterday PhIladelphia, Jack O'Brien In i:property on Avenue D and 3rd at

-- ,H Huddleston'a for the winter. They I! with number of passengers mon iD<<'bT GranvKle Rockmer, an Francisco late in December will leave 150 ft. on Ave. H and 100 it. OB 3rd.

., they find ,here and :'are prominent visitors In the Magic and considerable freight. other boy: Is reported doing nicely: today : This property baa a dwelling bam
for that : tomorow begin train
: away ,Itls about City each winter spending the samrosy r : and with every Indication of' pace mach to and fruit trees on it.., Cheap cash.:
Ing. The calls for'a contest
time' 0 do little overhaul" season at their home In German- Wanted T> buy I to 11 room complete rcovery though It it stated 'boars ,and lot- on 14th street, .
of twenty rounds or more and Is for between avenues Bland i C :This
awn. Pa house south of'6th street and east that the wound is much larger and
Ing now to.hgve'the tablelook the world's heavyweight; championship lionse 'a completely furnished and
of D. Have about $1.500 to cash.Chas. deeper than at. first supposed It la I for .
Its !Best:) ,and most appetizing pay I EJdr Graner will be referee. ready occupancy;baa all conven
for winter Mr. 'and Mrs. Roper prominent VanDearnpn, Box 7, City.. I ssla'tbat: the parents of the Sheben iences. Terms reasonable' part t .,
appetite l EngHih people, who are touring the II I boy will cause the arrest of the other 1 cash balance 1, 2 and 3 years., Investigate

world arrived In the city this mornIng Hon| F."w.i oD. president of, child OD a charge of assault with, 1 Mr. W. P connrscary for several this. _...t.-.,. ,
months past aa uslstaut manager A nice house maiattoroogblare.
country Od
and registered at the Biscayne, the city connd is recuperating from! tent to kill .1
ID-I of the local Western Union Telegraph to the' Allapattah
,MAYNARD> &( SON I giving New Zealand u their place or a recent attack of the prevailing 1 country, near post-office, school and
Company and who tendered b!. resignation
'I ,nativity. They will go from here to icngne fever rand will be at the recesf i For Rent -Two furnished ; store, short ride to town.' -This
to taU the first of thta
wwuERS:AND APuwN5Ift011 :Cuba, : and South America spending meeting of council _tomorrow j desirable location: ; modern convenances. I place property has an abundance of all
!,the.winter la'the.troplcal'ellmata.'t night the' Reasonable. Apply 612 Are. bONE month, l ft..lalIht. for Clearwater, tnds of fruit treettainNroom ::
.': accompanied bv Mrs, Knox. at whit 'Souse, well-fiaithed,' barn and out
I Ir i' '' ftOaI DEATH I place he will engage In farming. Mr r. houses. Seven acre.,all improved. -
broiler for
I sale. Dnpas- Nothing meet; or more desirable CASE, '
This IS a One-hali cash
i J Knoz Is succeeded! here by Mr. C. H. bargain. ,
tO st fflce. MI 11,'flu.Don't I gnat' Bunt ft Monesese makes Apply than the homemade l plea and cakes AT NEW ORLEANS Savannah price! 2500.00; -
Butler of who arrived this '
-" 1410, lath street to be had onlff at Lefflerl. New.Orleans NOT. 7rOnenew case Here is sometbing in a 'bnaineM' .,
,morning to up1 his duties. Mrs 'ln '
p t wont
that last
and one death from yellow fever were property ; longThis
I '
Butler will piti her husband here 1
is within oae-balfbJock
Do not forget that Dr. E. H. Armstrong Seeing Miamliby automobile. Lofton reported to rain today both being the property of
a few days.STREETS the post-office. The lot i. 25x150
and staff of eye and nerve specialists a Elnlg.'opposite': .postofflce, have same person they having ben reported 9 feet, and ha*a strictly modern two-

,Sell Dogs of Jacksonville will be here at an np-tc-daU'ciur' for hireCaptaA :' I before u !n.re : I: OP [AUE story stone building,which ia 25x75 .

I the Biscayne. Hotel_November 25,28and ;: r I : BARRED 'BY'SOCIALISTS feet.- The first contain stors25x75. .
n" They request that all,their Mrs-ff.; f. Corbett, who- : 1 1i STEAMER COMAL AFIRE I '' .'the second "which I. 25x40.

;' But t former'patienta will come to" the hotel i turned aero a few days ago from the PUTS INTO KEY WEST ,New York, Nor. 7 -'A Herald dispatch is divided into a, flat containing .,... Y':
give:you: a II I four large rooms, with bath ana
for from Prague that the Socialists :
says -
an Inspection of their case andwould North after several yard, absence Key West. NOT. '7-. The ,Mallory halL All conveniences. Thi. d
Invite 'any others who left this morning for line !,! have:barred the strets and property j
are In Miami where steamer Comal came in toportthis ia rented for the, first year at
Pointeri need of their services to see Utem., the1'' IIJ locate)permanently. 8 L afternoon with Jier cargo''oT cotton -!I are firing oath
: Augustine RecoW., onIre.: The firemen are working'on : students have declared If yon want a safe and profitable 4
Walter 4* j, Ith Bf'solidarity with the investment secure this at once.
Hawkins, general ,agent of her but is impossible to tell what :
i ELECTRICAL Work the Consolidated( Fruit Company I :For :your bathroom fixtures go to the damage will be:, UonlstL'I' te The price ia very reasonable and
with headquarters W.'7. Brown !ihe Tjoops were brought from the country ms easy. 1
.In Jacksonville'soar new Prout BuildIng Forty acres fine vegetable tiny- Here U a property(Jin a bearing
11. 'BROWN amongthe; visitors' In the city yester corner Avenge' -" Demand 11th streetFurnished pine and ditched prairie-for rent In yesterday: to strengthen the Prague grapef, nit and oranre grove;,:which tt i!
day. Mr. Hawkins came. here for I I '' quantities to'lul ; at a bargain, at gurrlBOfi.. The Socialists.. were finally is seldom offered for sale at the. _
sal' Contractor, 1113 Ave. C the purpose of looking over the vegetable 1 I Rnaif.s! $2 per week' LeirIs' Arch' Creek depot This property cifapussssed throe regiments of troops price asked. This property con; :#
situation and next season's Restaurant, :f.tio Avenue D. should be seen to be apprecUted.Thc occupying the streets. Four persons iaina ten acres and has 1475.trees,._ -i.! _-.,. ;
'. -,- ,:; t part bearing. 600 to bear next
prospects and will visit all the farmIng $ subscriber win be found on premises! were killed ands many: wounded
sections of the )Jr. Eugene |$# Dlmlck John H.Welsh H year, and 300 the year folJ w Dg. '
coast before. re* who Is In : Here is the list: '
d OffArSDairy.lunGh turning.'to Jacksonville.If charge of lie road' building north of ,- --,- Ttor eo thousand 'grapefruit trees ready: 50 erapelruit. bearing.u .- ;

Fort Land3rdal|| 1s !n' =amt tojiattendlng :- planting at TO'IIW'.'s Nurwry one 500 a' bear,*c.xt year. 1

Ton want a real cheap lot oa8ih the regular monthly meetIng THE ,RACKET STORE mDe west of Cocoanut Grove R. B. 300 bear in two yean .

: street see us ntek. J.:H- Tatnm of the Board]of County Commissioner Station. Price* reasonable.. ;100 orange.. be. rin:. ',s "-

I't..l)% ft. ''Co.. '. of which ;body he Is the member IS 111[ PIAU. 350 100 budding bear ttock.next year. ,:.*

_., ..., ''!':'r,.y .......- from! the-like Worth.district 50 pear trees (avocado.) t a

ling, i ew.kdudin' have Found same: Lady's by provingproperty"andjsjlngjfor bicycle. owner; can I,I I ure,1.-Fifty1' -' loads. ,wetj tild'tor p"4 rotted stable man, (Comic 'Post ONE[CE!"1 WOflD Situated 25 mango on trees.the ,famous Orange, .

-. : --t I!, ,, 'advertis ng., 'J. ': 8. Brad one -year. ,) sale cheap. If Glade ruck road, 1,'( raile from the.
btINR .1R :"' JttJt J tiken'u once.:, Miami_Transfer Co. city. The price and terms are such "
: ." that will move this promptly. If,.

and neatest. dinroom' .- ..rzae'Ladl'. Afternoon Club held avery Pine new..losiw. tar saw.at a ; CardS .'a Vor ptr tlale-A.s.. InqiinaVnchaur tacrf!qurtvnd.oaks otk' roller top interested write or,call at once. .*

:pleasant meetlagfyesterdaj ifternooiC -".ucrtaa an4>;- >- put easa. Daiaoce'easy ..c..... .1 ':! . 'rr for o>"l VIctnr Rccordtvriw ZI4 AraDbetwrea'2d aU3r. 5tw :
; .hi' the:: :.city. ; about I i,_ N METROPOLITAN T4J.BTl.tO
twenty-tuf members monthly payments. 'I. u:. .
Tatnmt MACHIifR COXU ,Ibis.. .Jeck.oa.i, an
being Present After. the transaction t ia Co. fes If you' uelftreling; _.blue.: come FU. t7.tabawfrmo 'P. O., .. 457-Miaml. .. Florida., :,

''AN: IDEAL PLACE I of business In4which It.w..:clecl4e4'to around and see :our" line 'of -*

: FOR.LADIES: I kep, the library ,open two -afternoons I Best table boat F {J per went Li'nf: comic post cards aud have a Miami |Conservatory of' ,Music 'A<

a'week. A portion of tie pro Restaurant. 6l3...fr, onne D. s -- laugh. We also have a large

Connected: with &saloonevery gram was as follows:" Roll call response I I :1' ..... line of Souvenir' postals ahd i 225,Twelfth Street ,. ... ... to .
current,eventsA Sketch o!" The actnaKwofkl of laying theM stone fine Souvenir China.
.J aT 1D a, Humphrey .Ward." by Mrs. ; in 8. M Tatum'i, new mldence In : Franklin Coleman Bush Director. >-

dag ..: N. Barney i The Marriage. of WilliamAshV Riverside; baa begfin aUd will be inn h-. A(tan ficket flrVet wto each 25cnrctaeW.H tined
glass.. Light re- European faculty. An artist in charge of each depart-
) ; by Me'rrttt. thfoiigjb
j rr.iZ T ej rapidly
whichpapers ; to
comp'etlonJJr. Piano.
ments'serveddur.rag ment. Pipe Orjan, Voice Vio in, Mandolin. Elocu- ,
were splendidly written and Tatum expecting; to occupy It not Taf- "-;;'ayE BELL EVER'fTHtNOAND tiou. Physical Culture. French. German and Sp,nit-h. Harmonj -
hours. hlghy":appreciated..The next progran.. than January ||th The wals wmt and Histbry.of Music Classes. Burrow's Kindergarten and Y
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pP will. ,occur en JUCbfary'Day,. Hove he composed of hollow concrete'b'ock*; : 'Chailie & Son Primary Millie Clashes. :: :, ;: Send for catalogue. '1"

I door eastof Avenue D oa 13th1st I ber 20th. and Tall membership Is the product of thc;f.rt Store Construe:i iI ... \. .'

Print UnitdingMain'Wi a: desired ,jtion I ,i ':1211 Avenu* O. Diplomas Granted Upon Graduation.
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-- 7 for the purposes and uses therein ex- name to and executed the. foregoing
kept from meeting now we must part ,
forever! Oh, must It be forever I !: LEGAL AD 'EBTISEIIEI TS pre se.. | articles of incorporation and for

yIn the Glamour \ will go nod fulfill my vow but must I It witness'. whereof, I have hereuntoset the articles of incorporation of the !

Paris hold me for all time? May there hand and official seal this Miami .ranafer '
-- -------' - - - - my 111 I Company and dlJ acknowledge -

the Sea not IMJ voyages across the sea, back ORDINANCE t or otherwise ad! or take part in any day of October A. D.. 1905. that he executed the sam< ",
of II City \ ,
dear ? II ..
Lore to you my one S. .
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such operations. N. P. May Robinson for the purposes and area therein ex: ,
She: lib oak her bead. If you take aTOW
An Orjlance to Amend Section 'Iof Without in particular Notary Public. pressed.
to be true to one woman you any
7Jy Ina Wright HainanCoprrigkt. "
must' be true in spirit and lu letter. Article 1, of the Ordinances' of the I of the objects and powers of the My commission expires May 12,1908. It witness whereof have hereunto '"

Wi bf In*Wright lh.o.uao.oeoto.0. i Otbrrwlee"-. Citfjpf Miami relating to Revenue :corporation, It Is hereby expressly declared State ,[of New York set my hand and official seal this Six l

The man's eyes blazed with sudden Taxation and Licenses.Sectj I provided that the corporation County of Niagara. as. Jay of October A. D. 1 05. Tb-
I' fire."You |bn 1. Be IforJalned by the snail haTe power to Issue bonds On this day personally appeared before N. P. S. Ceo. O. Sheppard 11Notarr .;,
"It has been mademoiselle. There .1
a pleasant rummer.basn't
are right City Council of the City of Miami that and other obligations In PAy- me James T. Brundage, to me PabUc.. i
ftr asked the man. stttlms H but ore safe way, and there are uo
7 of Article 1 of the ordinances well known aa one of the described Patterson & Erwin
Section persons
ment for property irarchased or acquired
tack more comfortably against bowl- f bypaths...lo It, but It Is only through:
, Ccr.The life that,Z can be true or false. suppose ofJjhe City of Miami, relating;' to by It, or for any other objectIn .i in and who subscribed: his Attorneys for Incorporators

-.plee snte t I ever have IIKDI.tbe .- I I put life from me as a man I revenue, taxation and licenses be or about Ita business,; to mortgage

girl acknowledged! smootblu a ruf throws aside the coat be baa worn amended t so aa to read as follows: or pledge any stocks, bonds or other
de on her red parasol threadbare Have you not no:Ire J the Section 7. The City Council of obligations, or any property real personal I
And tomorrow It>nds." trend of the world's thinking people?
"Tomorrow is tbe Brut day of-why. When yon read your newspaper and said1ty shall at its first regular and mixed which may be acquired '

count, It ended iponth ago-Uie sum I I note here a death and there a death, meetiag r". in July or aa soon thereafter by It, to secure any bondsjiotes : Miami Business Directory' ,:

mer and we did not know Itr"We'dM does It mean nothing to you. this self ai practicable, ascertain and determine or other obligations by it issued or Incurred -

not know It." be mused, destruction? We were not consulted "iiie amount of money, to be rained ; to make and perform contracts -

y ; Dot we know It DOW." when we were brought Into life; why b1 tax for city purposes, and the of any kind and description; ; ,.<
The breaker were' coming in. Jeanette If wish The Out of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In the '
should consult we
we any Jor shall not
general business
rate purposes and in carrying out its or '
list below the addresses of Miami Merchants under
watched them going to their death
to out of existence '
.gainat Black point and the beauty of Jeanette S3 gazed at him wide eyed be more than ton (10) mills on the for the purpose of attaining or furthering ., classified heads for ready reference.,

their Immediate transformation Into half fearing sue knew not what donation the real estate' and personal any of its objects to do any and ,i

featherspray. but her mind wan,re- "You iueau-that is-1-do not under property. in the City of Miami, all other acts and things which are THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. BURDINE QUARTERMAN .

Yiewlas the months of this man's com I stand" she stammered."I Th !CIt,. Council may also. levy an now or hereafter may be authorized 't. "
.. panionship.. Never had another man so ," be went as additional three Dealers in Groceries Hay and .
retract one phrase on. tax of not exceeding by law and to exercise; any and all I
compelled "admiration and stimulated If she bad not spoken. "I said 'out of I'I mini for repairs and internal 1mprovetaents other powers which a co-partnership; I Grain. Dealers in Dry Goods NoMons t

ao delightfully her mental taMl1tIeL existence. 1 mean out of this life Into \ and not exceeding 'ten or natural person'could do and exercise Cor. l!IATC. D and 4th St. Miami, Fia. and Ladles' Furnishings.. }
In troth the
,cotrnfa power- I another where our lost joys will come
fat magnet was her realization that In I to us, where what we are here deniedwe minilfor streets, parks buildings and and which are now or hereafter | E. L. BRADY CO. 300-301 12th SL MlamL J. I

Us mind were wonderful treasure may there press to our hearts."' otbet;Improvements to be placed to may be authorized by law. Fancy Grocers. Hay Grata'c,:}

which as yet she bad not reached. She i "Reincarnation' murmured Jeanette the Credit of the Commissioners of Article S. The amount of the capital and Mapea' Fertiliser ,",,,
had but to start on a train of thought Public Works. '! J. B. SCR EVEN ,
a stock shall be Fifty Thousand Fresh Fruits and Vegetable *
and be would follow. to Us I -
eagerly ."Yes. See,dear.the tide U coming In.
) Council also levy such
ThejClty may
$50,000.00) Dollars divided into Fire
yery end merrily or'whlmllca1l7'or.vita We have only to stay here and this adddlbnal 12th Street, Cor. Ave D. Miami Fla. Mel
affecting pathos, according as his hateful life can bind us with no galling tax not exceeding Eve .Hundred (500) shares of the par value Dealer In Drugs Patent.

mood might be. now could she ever china! Are yon bran enough,.\ uiy mllli yas may be necessary' for light- of One Hundred (1100.00) Dollars ,j i J. E. LUMMUS clues Toilet Article, StatkMffl' .IP,

weary ef a friend like him? Then be beautiful girlaTbe ?"- ,' tag :.tie city.SeCtlou each which shall be payable In lawful -

vat so xoortly",and, withal I,1O band- answer trembling upon her lips 't' 2. An ordinances and path .money of the United States of America Dealer' In Oiocerley 'Grain. 1307 Annul D. 'MlamL 'IU n

I motor. ad be was of princely birth. was never spoken. With a shriek she of ordinances in conflict with the provIsione Fifty (50) per cent of said Hay and Fertilisers. -
"What eM could resist such manifold
tbe road I
Along rocky cam
sprang up.
be and they hereby
attractions But through all the happy galloping toward them a wild eyed : hereof are I capital stock shall, be subscribed and 135 |:tth Street Miami. Fla. YOUNOV PHARMACY y

hours la hla company one thought coo-: horse :dragging at his, heels a, two ;. repelled. paid for in cash before aldeorpora.;. .Drugs. Toilet "
ttnually annoyed her and the name of wheeled dump cart.- Judging from the Passed October 10 A. O. IMS.M tion shall transact any business, and AJ. CAMPBELL ,1
the Jim.: .&.rUc ... Perfumeries., .Sta
thought was F. W Hahn
variegated odors rising heavenward the | the balance shall be payable In cash '
She and Jim were engaged and she damp, cart war not empty. .As the P President of City Council. upon can of the board of directors. JbeeJer In Dry Goods Qothtiotiery, etc, .Prescriptions ..'.. .

bad postponed the marriage day- tter count rose Jeanette seized his arm and Attest: M. R. Kellnm, i Ing. tent. Furnishings... carefully: -compounded." .... ._ "..
he had BBS* the count.- Jim had spent Article 4. The corporation shall '
dragged him over the'Jow bid Here '
Clerk.A""e4 1214 Avenue a' M1aMI,1 .;
the summer to a bot little Inland town", they were caught by a playful broker .i City continue and.have full power to exercise SU I'ATenue D. Jl amI. Fla 1
'bereLfiirork wi.L She bats forbid. "and ) October 10. A. D. 1105II '
wiled off tbelrfeet toesedgiyryagainst Its corporate franchises priTlleges -
den h ifl tkouldjdd y '*"" Jokn'Sewell.Mayor.. ARMSTRONG .GROCERY CO. -
him.UfJWl she the dUC ; .? and immunities for the term of I THE RED ''.CROU PHARMACYDealers ;
bin coma and'JIm because hla lore for What made do tttat'spluttered -"M'' :
II from and after In Drags '
waa's. : ninety-nine ( ) years '
her .tinrtsety had
great stayedi the count! angrily. ,The horse would Fun'line of staple and fancy groceries
the commencement of Its corporate Toilet Articles.' PieeulpOosje :
away1AI.nevatrned Impatiently .
haTe red us a rod awayf Thunder! OliCt'
fry JBack** >1f.r,and' smiled_at" the Look at,that tremendous waver _., f ( Of INCORPORATION. existence. fresh meau yeptabl-, poultry etc. carefully compoanteL: ?'Hafl i
.nt ifc- *l- -- -! fill .
-W'Zb.as ireohms-she ',' "Hold-your breath, warned Jeanette -, 70 hom It May Concern:.. Article 6. The business of the corporation I orders promptly attended tL, -i
laid; '
t tOtbe .. Then yon won't traDrle."-- Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned shall be conducted by a boardof NeW; Prout Bid*, 11th at.. Avenue D 12th SU Cor. ATO. a ,1111amiltls.
ttrhatrVbe: talked blankly, '
The second performance wasn't quit "
rerhapehls'mlad had been wanderingtoo. intend to apply to his Ex- not less than three (3) directors, a I .- --,.- ;
ao ,aerlous, though somewhat dampenIng
w-rt.OJ "' As the i water receded :Jeanettelooked celleocy. Napoleon P. Broward. Govern president. Tlce-presldent. secretary

"Other season. *.There are people who curiously at her companion. !* of the State of Florida for letters treasurer and general manager and Property Owners

lire here In the-winter, and they say: Tolce sounded as If he bad lost bill :patent on the proposed ,charter such other officers, agents and em Contractors AND s
the ocean la magnificent! In wild weath- :
temper along with his hat. His drIp. heretic attached.. ployes as may from time to.time be
er.Her tone was seductively Inviting
-..' pine prmenta'and angry face were so 7lis 2d day of October. A. D. 190S. elected or appointed by the board of ;
different from his usual dapperness and I If you don't want to SAVE MONEVij- ,
J. T. Brundage. directors. Any two of said offices except -
"I know but at Christmas time thereto the I
urbanlt) The sudden plunge from
can't If do
to be a wedding.In Paris and I must oretical'heroics to this absurd,plight J. M Hanley. the office of president, in the discretion } we help you. you come to {

be there. affected Jeaoette's rislbles. She choked : I S. L. Patterson. of the board of directors, may '

-Weddings' don't last long. she sift with laughter till 'the Thffd wave J CHARTER. I I be filled by one and the same persons. The' T. A. McDonald Co.
ed come sud'tbrough her fingers.
bad taken Its turn with them. The number of the directors of the .
But after the -wedding sometime "You look so funny! she gurgled the undersigned do Hereby associate *
hoot! a try long time and the bride trying 'to)extricate her countenance ourselves together for the purpose corporation shall be fixed from timeto ":!
time the by-laws, but tbe And Buy Your Building Material .
by number
she Is very lovely, mauemoIneUe-rls to from clinging strings of wet Lair. a of organizing a body corporate k Y
mIlD Parts after the wedding. if fixed at than three shall '
: more
"Well you're a regular stage beauty

: under the laws of the State of Kior
"'Oh I see! How stupid I have been! !" be'Nleered. "Uow are we going to "'[4'4'I.la be some multiple of three. LongLeaf Yellow Pine and Cypress / ;
'e' '
You. are to :.the bridegroom.- let get out of this? I can't swim." ,
The of the omcen'.n.l di-
The is the proposed charter
"Maybe in _,the nest .reincarnation following rectors-who are to conduct the business | of all kinds /
for the intended corporation:
you'll be a porpoise, and then yon t .t|c
Article 1. The Dame of the of the corporation until those
she glRsled. rif hurry we .torporatiaq
can _. yon
ran get up those'steps before the next shall be ")(Jaml Transfer Corn- elected at the first election shall be We also sell 1 Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, Sash;)Doors.. \.

wave' comes. There are generally three 4r: and its principal place of bus- qualified are: James T. Brundage. Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires }

and a Uttle 'longer wait before the mail in Dade county Florida; :with president; J.; M. Banle,.. rice-presi at I lowest possible i ;, gure..
/ fourth. Really., count., I, am sorry I. .
dent and general manager; 8. L. Patterson *
principal office Miami Dade coun-
r was ao foolish. The horse seemed to at secretary and treasurer and You Know ,Where We'Are 14th SbUt.M"HImI.'fIa, .:: ,
be fairly upon us. and I war too startled ty's florlda.
James T. Brundage J. M. Hanley andS
to know what I,was about" she l&tcle 2. The general nature of
added humbly. L. Patterson shall constitute! the e 'SEE'D'r
business to be t transacted to estaonsii -
11 The count spoke not 'a word aa beheaded \ board of directors.
equip, operate coo-
acquire, own
; 1i for the.rode steps cut into the !
The and Zest annual
l; cUff,,: Jeanette missed,,lila helping band duct and maintain a general transfer organlatlon Btlrnha
meeting of the stockholders shall beheld
/ lively other transportation business -
u abe scrambled up alone and hurried or ; :
on the 226 day of November A-
after him. Fortunately .there wan..aback .
way to tile hotel and the bedrag-. tS buy sen, lease or otherwise' to D. '1905 In the dry of Miami Dado

-t gledjpalr reached cover unobserved."A dent or to tramc' in snromobnes; 'and county Florida. The annual meetings :

glamour by the sea Is one thing, motor vehicles of all kinds whether thereafter shall be held on the second ] Specialist i
and glamour In the sea la another. In of each and
by steam. gasolene electricity Monday January everyyear. ,
thn comt! observed aa be entttod up propelled'V I. ,

the back,stab, .,.' ? p qr other power. if" ..... ,:
t (. had Jeanette:as oh. removed her 1$ 'buy. sen lease or otherwise to The officers and board of directors If you area 'sufferer' with Chronic ;or Blood! Diseases.Ah: '

ocean toTed garments thought between deat or .to traffic"la' automobile and of the corporation shall be elected at Female Diseases and Derangements most successfully treated ;;."
amlles and tears of dear patient Jim. the first anaaal meeting of the siock-
other motor vehicle supplies, Extaresand'
i waiting in a hot Inland town-waiting holders and at ead'&IU1ual meeting ; Also 'Rectal'and'Genito Diseases .
sol Urinary
of nature
her and when she furnishings every
anxiously bidding- *
louts of the stockholders thereafter; but '*
was clothed (her right mind had comeback soever. /
S-'" If from cause an election shall not lip-Stairs ; '
she sent to a her telegram at the! foot of die.cliff. 19 establish acquire;' own equip, be held any on the day of such annual : : : : Metropolis)BuildingSouthern :

"Jim. dear come." operate, conduct and maintain sncn meetings, the corporation shall not r---- j---

garages and general motor vehicle repair : .
I on that account dissolved, but aa -

Her Asj*. and supply Jepots,.or'establish election shaU be called by the directors Marble & Stone Co.I
"And what to madam?" menta at such point or points within ; "
-rov"D A mtrrr .r n your, age as soon as practicable thereafter I .
itwstrrrtmia.son war the"attorney's question. the 4 State of :Florida as the'corporamay -I dne ponce of, the meeting for that HOOAN'STREET. ,
"My. oWa.she answered promptly. tloti desire.. 8. JACKSONVILLE
me confntatate 1"Her little trfllf 'T understand that madam but bow y4S I purpose being given according to law. .' -"r' Headquarter forBuilding ": '

laughter eoanded 'almost sincere.' ; establish acquire,"own, equip! Article C. The highest amount of '
J: .
old are your; ... I' "="
The cosmt slfibed.\ ,,"Bbe Is lorely. bat "I am not old .Ir.-?..wttk Indignation. operate, conduct: and maintain a line Indebtedness which the corporationmay "Stone, Marble, etc: .
sat ao fair aa Tat- little maid who are' "I beg your pardon, madam, I mean of.automobiles or other motor vehlcleslbetween at any time subject Itself to snail : ,

ler all of b the tht sea brown; That of TOOT kelp' hair floating; the yon water bow many years ban you passed. _,. any two or?:more points not be -nun than one-half of the I MOSAIC''RND: TILe; WbRK\. : soy

onrthere beyond the breakers U "None. The years ban passed me""How within. 'the. State..... of Florida.Tp amount of,Its then fully paid la capital t' '
many' of them' haTe paaaed I FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MAN raL8.-' ETC.MoesJsjtsU.Ge .
the Woe of your eyss; tbe white'spray your '!+, :; acquire.by purchase gin.,lease.exchange .I _stock: : ,

,. hi your"' awed throat, Jeanette. JeanJeanettVa ,"All. I never heard,of them stop or otherwise&Del 'to sen.' Article. T.zTbie names and residences fal Qsseter: ,, Werk.e e. ,, : J

.ttel' slender hands trembled' pint"w. lade or otherwise dispose 0 real' and .' of the' incorporators of the company .LaMar w.ras UsticelM PaciUtlcs Iioa r..4.a.jf.. ..... e.nissr ,

he nJaea ,
M occasion for Ks shade-Che son was tloo. I want to know your age. interest or estate therein, without being ; for by each are aa follows: .,.

Pot tooting their,way-so she closed It "1 doat know that the aegaaletsneiIn :; confined tb'sucb/rearor personal James T' Brandage Niagara 'Fans. '

and wered laid taUOy It town""again" Then she" ,.aa-. .ft desired dont by see the why other yon aide.Insist":upon_ f to-\ property as may;be'necessary :for or N. T. M shares; .1.11. Hanley.'Miami' AittlHklii &: :,DeBerr"" : a aMANIiFACTURERS

: incidental to the proper carrying on FU-. CO shares; 8. L.,PattenoD. Miami
fusing'to answer;, qutetlsn..aaidtbe
The set'baa"1D0& my.
..coust Today of j he business of the eorpota loo. or :FUL, M shares. I
attorney.J Tm ours ; .
4t to btae. which means trsta and 1 I ,. ft. j jIROUGHf t .
thereof. r if In witness .whereof we'Bare nere- "
9ace; tomorrow It aaay be gray and old I war If I were asked"' > sagsApart -
furious with whUecaps. Today U ID87'tIrI.Dc t But nobody would ask yon' for ercrybody |,The.business or purpose of the eorporatlon unto set our.hands and seals this 2d AND PRESSEDIPINE i

yen n message from J'arta'de" knows yon are old onoogh to : Is from time to. 'time to do day of October.. D. IMS.

ately scented; tomorrow U may catch 'know better than to be asking" a .wo air one. or more of the acts or" things J. T. Bmnasge. soul :
man bee ageBo OlIN!". ,. : !_ '
roar best belored la Its lain.and bold ;
'' J. M. seal&L.
conduct Hanley
*reIn set forth: ana may
(U And tht passed to the LUMBER.Writ
her till obi dead,dead. dead attorney on I *
-, to. of the State Patterson: seal .
its any pan
To bar Us qoectton. ,
beawty. sweet girl. but. .. 1'
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te- '
not Its treachery. c w ofHortda, and'uaybave one officeormore State of Florida.

Agate came the thought whose name, A Deli __ than one, office J within,said County of Dade as: for prices. Now ready to fill. orders .

was Jim sad Jesaette Bushed., ltieoeralty''opposed that the State.. On this day personally appeared before MiLL AT OOMIAN. P O. MKKINK DADE ,COUNTY. FLORIDA ?

"My wedding day' war to ban been 'term "dark bone* to of American origin. |end In connection'with'the objectsberelnbefore me. J. M.,Hanley and 8. L. Patterson a j;
a month' ar>. but 1-1-potponedis .* Bat"11aacken.t it in hla "Adventures .-merated;'to eItab1Ja1aa'euedDet'.aa. tome; well, known as two of Y
c 'Jim to a good ...... ...." ahe added. teyafly of FM' p" before It became &
: current In this country and u exactly J permit' the establishment the persons _described to and who Meyers Robinson ,.

..Allow me to wish'yon"osbounded be same sense as we employ rt "Well. sad operation of any-business subscribed. their names to and executed .

,:, .j J.- tile count said coldly. ; bless my soul!" Philip Is made'to say. filch may be eonveulently carried. OB, the foregoing articles of Incorporation Electricians.

1 fear It .. a futfle wish.- she air referring to some mysterious candidate sild the establishment 'of which.may as and for the articles of moor* Contracting

wered.sMuty. -Iwt I thank ,.,". for the Loose of commons. "He cant be. directly, or indirectly ooadneive to potation of. the Miami Transfer Company -
What a = :-: of bomai affair mean me., ,Wbe to the dark bone be J
I of the objects of.the corporation., and did serrrany acknowledgeto 1019 Ave. D Miami Florida
tale Is; JbsWrter be broke out and-tW.In bll'"stabler-8t' Louis PostDispatch. any ),
.donly., "Why eeoldat we hart ban .:, ;.., arc! wen aa contribute".. to. subsidize me that they executed the same


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FROM FERTILE FLORIDA Irrttket ....... .__ .
The use of tea and coffee say sn
[ il i
J authority who Includes tobacco as well
I f f m
I What TheW'.. Are In the Land the
Is Injurious and ought not to be Indulged Acme Billiard Parlors
flic professionsTTORNEYS of the Grapefruit and Pine In by those wbo seek to place
themselvt. In the best condition to resist t
l .. r : rl- disease because they belong In the
In the Laud of
' fF ,, Oveldo Rent out Its first solid car. category of Irritant drugs. "These, by 1309 AVENUE D
;( Rowers and Sunshine load of oraligea on the 21st. rousing the vital forces to get rid of \
E=' the poison provoke the action which Is
attarsoa dt r: > sag. It is dittoed that fruit ONE
4 : grape will; mlstaklngly supposed to be "added BILLIARD AIm FIVE POOL TABLES
"Infest in property that insures a \ AT LAW. be particularly Ft tine flavor this sea force, whereas this action U only,one NOTHING BUT SOFT BRINKS SEKVEIX
profitable inTestment. We have ftffipnetlaela all ooort But..dP.4er.1Qeelalt.ontnesfor.aaalnrassa4 SOIL I I of self preservation. It will readily
profitable orange grove at remarkably a.rbadel be seen how much supporting and Ggirt and Tobacco kept ut ttocL
low prices. Acre property .04 Tltlec. 'Grapefruit.. ;. being shipped from almost building up of the system there are in M mJ.Florida
suitable for growing vegetable and .J.8o&M. 11I1..1. Fla.T. aU points except"Indian River. such substances by trying to live on
citrus'traits from. $12.50 to $300 I them to the exclusion of other things.
per acre. Dimness lot from $1500to :,>> 8IAQOS. H. D., Indlanolal)* growers are getting The result would prove the absurdity
$ WO.()( Residences $1000 to to ship sreaJy oranges The fruit of the Idea.. .
0IIee wWa B..s 0-rharwT..eddue. .
$18,000. all on GOOD TERMS. I. 14lb ...., looks "*"'bellThe l Coner
Avene B ad 11th
_r..* 0 >!! I Street
Rentals. Fire{ MIAMI. FLORIDA. Gorda Herald sets the Sunshine l in your --t I --THE-

estimate oljthe! Florida orange crop G.A.'ULLfRaSON.l"PS .
QR. J. M. JACXSOH, .. Home .
at 1.500.000J boxes.

Insurance and CollectionsResident OITICI: There Is It fair movement from all.ect.lODl

iOTKL BlSCATMX BLOCK,AVX.D of the orange belt althoughthe Fifty-two. times a year is assured N
agent for the Georgia fruit has been slow In ripening to. you if you t ,

Home Insurance'Co. Judge W|1S. Sands, of Danla, has
G. W. M. WILLIAMS.Attorney .
three acres|of egg plants ready for READ! flk SUN ?
At ,Law I shipment which! he will probably'' get f. 't' I 'ap"daap rw..tto .. trcUI. "

.Suite' 4, 6 and 8 I good-price.';{tor. That illustrated weekly paper, .,WraTTLUT*8AJU"LK ROOMS

,No. 320". OfflM. ow tiaol'dal''Bbcam: The lastlfcVd I j| spell of the season_ printed in Jacksonville and I I hIIetrb 61a Ie& Ltd tle ...

Twelfth Street Miami. Florida Geo. M. Robbins tended to ripen the fruit very much, published everywhere. "
gen1tai ==-
and a movement of Florida '
T1tuvlll: Fla. oranges I'l(wow on. from. A Hole In The Ms..Waw ;
A. K. Taylor to jour akjllght, I ii .
Attorney and Counselor Strawberry; planting at Lawtey a : esrtataljtransitJon. .
nearly fln4hed. The rainy seasonhas Thafs how tt Ii ,wWi

At Law been aaldeal: one for strawberry;1 Hakes the cartoons and aU the ;e4"*' .5 tlalng.: though' Tks 11.4 4 Mend tht
will practice ta&CoU SttU ..4 Federal.OR. culture: Thja fields are looking fine,I other pictures.Claude ;' from the mine find- n a4 we'..0.,

and the acreage Is larger than ever. II
I. W. B.RUSH.Offloe ftopalr Ysme $& aI
It took the cltUens of Florida along 9 '
,, m-ltth dries,Tbon' 84. 'Ume-f find out that they, can, : L'Englo '' 'From tin cotters to' tta letteni id
numbers are an f oar tom. Tta ..
BsidsnMX m s& grow hay bin they bare now learned
MIAMI.FLA. (pie l.son firetty welL Bradford psdrlnf that stars'. W4 lesrt GJI'IIT" ..
In editorial
county farmers saved 120.000, worth pungent paragraphs 'II HOW .'" 'WDC ? ADel tf
of hay Jalt!aeuon. .' looks.... after the things that f i'' 'r..9. TRT TO NEXT> ,'tnCB' :.
o j tl.. f Mullen M. D. need attention.WAXJI > ,
U. Farmers throughout the 'state, are 1 PIONEiA'cORNtca' COMPANTWrh. .
now plantIii;; their lettuce I crops, nJ .
Office tad lesIdeace 815 from all accounts. the crops this'' season ,BRIGHT, FAONATINGLTCLEVER .1 -

Noted Cattle ,\; An;'G;'OpP. : Scbocthonse'MIAMI will -b 'rmuch larger than last: -
""* 'FLORIDA Shipments will I not bellll'un the'middle -
f nly supply tie meat that we snpplj,
I to ow customers.i' ,The.range steers of Deee. 'l1,;'er. ; 2 That the Sun ; Y. SPBC(1111T .
Much celery Is being planted In and
t that allowed to shift for them- ,Dr N
are .). 'TaylorOfJ1c about Palatka.. and the farmers.of

elres until they reach the,stock: that section[;promise good,crops. The If you, pay to read this paper you
yards and then corn'for few .f
a ;
get Manatee and) ford sections it..iemid. can read THE SUN too t"
days ate "not What:: we'wait- ,nor *DADS PHARMACY I .''will bale the largest crop of WITHOUT EXTRA EXTENSB.

what.our customers want: i fctUeoce 809 Avenue D,-Miami lettuce, this f fseaaon ever produced.W. ;
PrakMeas I B Robloron.. of Palmetto.known nriisu; ,, t.tirlla
Ask us or write us andWc"ll
I W. Mayhard, as tie' epper j4 king has unearthed a
i II',,art what' we offer.' Their under;; cement on hU; truck farm that beats .

'lUo juiciness.and fine flavor are GRADUATE OPTICIAN I the 'world foe| street paving.' ,His r tell you how. ,.
.1.P1> appreciated.. \With .Maynard. Jfc Son.J.w.lrs : truck baa been very profitable, i but t. '
> '
ATMD Ned to Port OCc tbe'cement'-dtpoelt 'will undoubtedlybe -
}L % .B. Doane. Prop more so. || "I. thank the Lard!" Curry's Sons

GEO. L. MCDONALDS Mr. Ormsby:Jias a ranch at Captava ,
j, ...........l.............. t ChII L2mNisar..ya planted to eocoanuts, gnavaspawpaws cried Hannah plant of Little Rock, !I
.. and Ess also-.j: fine young lJ'OTeaey- Ark, "for the relief I got from Bnek 'Key West'FloridaHEADOUARTERa .
eabdt.idi Luia
(asd g I
era! rears old, with oranges- and ten's Arnica Salve. It eared my fearful i : FOR
felie Leaders grapefruit onmany of the trees. running sores, which nothing else
: r, w.' U Here also is found the citron.of commerce would heal and from which I had suffered Chandlery, Building

'.' fine |teet potatoes .velvetbeans"1 for 5 years." It Is a marvetau Materials'
:Of All Kinds.
In Us,Bpsdflcattoos and DeW Made and garden truck"all lweD. doing healer,for cuts burns and wounds. y .-. .
.o for BiIIJdJ...of All Kinds Fine .- Fruit;Jand Produce Mewst. Guaranteed at aQ dngglsts. Price 25e.. Coal and Ice, Seam marine
,BseMenecs a Specialty. n -- Railways, Machine Sk p-.For e.
Oates,' ."ATXW* D. '
i All kin4s ot repairing. Boiler and Steam;Fitting "'' doae
can oe at'St o
Gent'gi. yl/AI'TEF C. DttttAliMO.groh ..t Sale if'Carria sbortest in the best possible manner by expert saiUed Isetchanka.

:' -...... '";' I : :te- o.-.... Dade ,Co.' Title: Insurance

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E FiRe Roth-- Building.Mlamt., -.Fla." l eal dW I and Trust Company r


..... sue fW daY.' 8r. Uln tbs wwII ork Horses. Paid Up Capital; 75000. S '
Cate tfi i.....i lfc._jnrn of.1Brack.. ,1.0. rpha, 412.OOOt >> t

i Tailoring! ,sea11,.at Eut all..etb flow 0aaa10.or I'aIa a..tM NwMY.a.lwl.w I1oiI Mt t -' v. 1 Ji :.

3 Boot h Uag,fahiic PlUor use OCMB Bovtten batktay.Oclray. .-- _' tl r Insures land titles, prepares abstracts titles,loam. aadj-: ,. ..,
FloridaContractor invests money oa its own accent: aDd for others. Arts.. i :
t / liWo -- .,.: ", : ''' ;";-t,. ., .]' ... -t afenU' attornej-in-fact,.'trustee, 'assignee, execatov re.o .

..." .' .. ''-AW., 6r ham,. : q'; '> Ihave'received: *.a 'carohinne.vJ ;' { r::. .U ceiter 5'4'i.;'orpnaroia. **'i'.. ,Address"aD' .' 'conunsadeatioflst' ?> .,ta""v' \ _.'

:- ; : ; -, :'and'BuilderSatl.tactlon": .!J.l.: r4.t. e' | **es'and.anyones: .: "'>interested t y -4-i _:-t!- 'u's.''' r'Patterson'..1 -.1. ......Se.s.c ; -.Trees.-; : ,'lff'! :-'R. .M.f.r fed.. ..

fvi j l t >
Guaranteed. can inspect them at my' stable
_*4 ...s,o.so.-
.,. fncwM fu. .l..lMd.'sad postal.. I ,. FOR FIRST
*ley will call..4 M.TOB.r.0.tax 174.N*ML. -

}.} Mcrritt&KolbReal j L1 \\L.l\II! Neil I CLASS I Horse-Shoeing-HOOFS SEE !,

i &COXi, I (.estates'Estate,'Margcd Rentals,', etc tL. F._LaFoutisee, 708, ?tit iSt J

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tbStNMiamFbijpew l "
f. 1e>ep6a.e124 ,Aver. ,r-r.!.. .t'l. ; .0'; .. .... >4.* ,Fifteenth Street, West of Avenue D. -, -

f.f.Jy\ zt to Wftf National Batikajs's ,Expert; ; :, j; Miami fa ," ;' '- .FJgu tt

-' ,_ .". ...7: ,,-4. &EINI6
ii igs ,Repairing -. -, ., 1tj
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304 9th St. .J4: _;,P. O. Box 311 \ 'j. 1'r. ., \ f .
f. '
S GroreAe. -- --- J. YarboroughCormr"ac .JS,. ..
Emil A. EhmannArchitect' : ;i "r.u.'f '..--.J 'f.... .F .
Port Richmond ; Builder Regel l Engines J5" $450I''
tor.'nd horsepower : :
;Richmond J" ( .

t.l Borough Wet'Palm*Bachtt Florida |f l I':: 'Builder of the if Palm y"1f Beach Hotel Complete 3 .l Horsepower: : : :, 1150r6iau -', ..
; < ,.'i3iic-- -*.* .* : rTt' t .
tl *" 14 "';" :-:rr7rrrr: s -4in'" I rt' <%u ; t'-u--i* iJ > ;

A.W.'Vtells'226 'FBED'BUTTEIL'=' .. House,;'Moving a_ Specialty, (, ; ..

rif. Sth.StreetMiami Qmteral Contractor! aX4'vrOradlna :.t '|' .. '- J" .. f
:Miami;' :Florida: artW .. .AI' t ,
,Fla "" ._ / V'5'- .._..5DUNHAM "' "" .
BlastHic/zWsUs | vt .f"'I> >.i \ t : .
DrWed Bldewalkand .. .. ,complete bicycles, a f)lowzprict! bras;:. I
.', Red.Censtructton. ... -J." ... '..__ .. .

|| THE- CANOVA cheap; ; Batteries, Coils, Spark Plugs! i LSwitches .

MONEY'LOAN IS .Disastrous, Calamity. ,. i
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.Decoratinq; Dynamos !
i**= 4 It Is a disastrous calamity, when Company ,; _.Veriest,on. Jh emarke ,
J E '
ii .,% ( : : .. I
you lose .lour health, because todl- ....... Siga.- '
} riot 1oilglllae cesuOD'ud constipation*i hue 'sapped ', 4' t '.,".. .'! J : 't: : : ; I IJ.tQW&Iimg I:

'rf. U away', prompt reQeteaa be haJ In : .-- .. ... .". .--. --.. .. .
d asy Paymentsdo w '; Dr. Kings New Life'PiIJ*. They ;I'f ) amL: : 1g- ;, "" 'JO'i': 0. %-,* r -1

bnnd;tip: your MlgesUre onans..and -1; and ]
Paper Hanging Kalsominlng .
,- ,*i JL I"i> cure'hc4J che, dlzztneu, colic con-"
Agency Peat'sWall l ''Papers.
stiDstlon: etc. Guaranteed at aH drugs
Co. Security. .Go. ,. '..., --4.., '. -," : :
'cistsPrle,:. *. .---. ..CallofjvrtteJoriEstimalest.Office I : .1315'Avenue D, ; ,
'f ,;.,. .. .

"';:."," ;.;: ",,:. ,'j. ,i N'mk.' "b. .' -'-::," ."'i""',' 'I .,t ..,"'-"1'-=""'-.-.._....,._... ,:.": 'n! 5\Id: : ;....,.;;;''''.> "_; :. t; .' .

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C-HASE--- '
; fil! ,
The Under$j3 the Auspicies of] the National I I "

t'| SteptechMS and Hunt Ass'n
I I ,,reat Neck. L. I, NOT 7- Nirvana, New Fall DressGoodsAre t
? tb ?autlful estate of W. Gould !
Faultless .
nt aw, Is today the scene o( an In-
'. tefUlng| sporting event, which Is at-
trietlng the attent'on all horse-I
'mjS(' of Long Island ;''and Manhattan -
florsheimr. :soCU>ty. This la ,the [day.for the a'nnxial I Here In. Great Variety
.. i. '' steplechasea! andpony races nnder .
u | the ausprp! of the NationalSteeVechase I
Hunt Association.
For the .. ..
man Tbii races will begin at 2 o'clock and 1 ,' : ,
who cares a )Ibillllant audience -is expected. !II .. .
I,I f[Among those who, have secured' J : i"
bdxVs on the grand stand areX7IHIamICyanderbIlt I !
; ; Jr. C'arence Mackar.H I ,,
rafhall Gilbert, James E. Martin | ; fY1'.Such :' --
WlU'am Karson Kane, S. Lawrence| -
S-rtith\! Joseph Grace,; 8. Osgood I I :' ,.i''
":. \Vi| B. Leeds and many, others.pen"1 )
I te program Includes six I iI Il i
t will be!,a quarter of a mile "!
The Florshetm'feels as soft and comfortable to
rdce on the flat for polo ponies that '
your foot as old shoes from the first time you hJte been playing during the past a 'remarkable ;:,display never \.
'pufthem on. They don't have to be "brokenin ,seson; the second will be a steplecnise I '
at two and one-ha'f miles! for
," We call them faultless because they are. htilters qualified' ender rules of the before offered. You should-
"the only strictly high class shoe that combines ..National Steplechase''' Hunt Asso-
the latest touches of style with perfect !d$1'on. The third will be for polo

comfort very and long wearing, quantities. Price $5.00 I'.|eights ponies) ,of 14-3 a m'I'e and The under fourth, at will three be visit our dress good- : department',, .

t ail"-apen steeplechase! at two and one- V
i bait'J miles I in which professionals will tb fully \appreciate our showing :. ', :
.I 'be permitted to ride. '!'belrth win ,
: kYJam1oeCoj ,b6".. toe-half mile race for galowa/! "
j anti i the sixth a hurdle race at 1 and as it is t exceptionally LARGE.Burdine .
<: |a'7$alf miles..' For aU'wlDnerl :I1ereItM
: be cups valued at $100 and forsecond I I: .
I horses plates valued at 150. It t,
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;7 Sole, Local,AgentsMark's ( |! 'IN'.SESSION AT GRIFFIN
- 1Hriffln.'Ga.-NoT.,7- The Presbyterian t
_' '.' L :' Synod: of Georgia., 1DdI.JIAC .- ; .
tti and numbering 115 ministers and 221
Oyster & Chop', House churches Ujfe: today., opened: Its annual session '

Sea Food .Our' 'Specialty |The attendance, Is very large and
et one of the six Presbyteries Is
Meals aerred at all hours.. 41012th Street: Miami,'Florida. represented by'delegates. The rneelifwn & Quarterman
continue' through -the week.
Betides the regular, business. sea.clods -
there will be devotional services .- ;
The Rutherford2239th evfery morning and evening with rer- .
nine and addresses by leading'mla- --

223 9th:Street. titers| from local 'all Presbyterians parts of the have State.tth'e made. Twelfth Street Gorner. Avenue G' Miami Florida '

\ Now:'Open for Boarders. evry, effort to make things as pleas-- .
ail t-ag possible ,for the visiting Jeie.

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fM Our Store is Chockablock with new 'Goods

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,r, .. Now isn't it veryl: plausable that and still they
.J' f
ust you could be fitted and suited 'f r and i from
'., '. f1'; new weaves, styles qualities. the
J ," : lietterm1ashoeslore: ,, with dou- .fr- '' ,

.: ; ," '_ : .' 'ble> 'then:; stock off my shoe Istock4in \, cheapest to the most 'expensive, fabrics.. '
v !c C '
:.. .. ', ." I' F the city, tha you could "besuitedwhere i f ..
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-the stock wa'ssmal I'' I ...
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C w i"t" ,
,1: -
. U.. and mixed? Sewell's Shoe Store A splendid line of ginghams, seersuckerspercales, madras, ducks 6-
&' --.;. ,. .; ......". -r*< k7 tvi ...r*?*'V. ? -f **?t"T1 <-" <**T-
:r-i, 1..' ; ,: ;;i :S..: .t." r ; !Harnes.thelIargest:; J stock-'of yshoes. .. and, outing flannels for plain, wear:. 19u '!line.ot white goods is' -
*.-->* \'J ; f A. a'... 't (fftt-f-: ,? : ; .,- ;.#* i: ; tJ\J. ? + ; tAr ; .
)1 ; and( t 1 thlakuewe'iou i : i:
4emand ?
will.mee ver t gh
...:JJ< : -' )':south, ,.?.:"offJacksoriGgilie i "and. .is;lewtc=: .....'.. ... f"t.'''''',: perb. F _, ,. ..;. ..... .... --.(......., ...
I t df"t' I bale of nainsook nants'fine and sheer, in lengths from to
' \ '. O"i"i": ( ... cellgdby none. .There: is no excuse re l one
. 10 yards, worth from 15 to 20c. We will sell them at lOc a yard.
j for, you buying, shoes that ,,, ,
\ 1r
, { do not fit ,and stitt you. Come to .

.P our Shoe:,.Store rrd you will be. '. '

'on: : well fitted,and w ll l PLEASED House I Furnishings ;::

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#' In our purchase we did not forget the house furnishings. We can
Sh oes, If you need druQJlo to a drug store. offer a splendid good; weight white wool blanket at 3.50 per pair.,

'. shocs\go ort All prices in cotton'blankets'in and!white. We table
.. IfyoiL-need:, ;\ to a shoe s ; gray have. .
'j .. ,
tJ ; ,.. .. 'jI'i, linens in large variety and styles. Napkins to matchcloths., .,
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.;t r Instead. having i grand opening we will make all nexlweekspecialby

S' .' //a',4, ijz js.. ,throwing a new and attractive line of cut price..goods'

on the bargain counter, It will interest you. We areents

for the new "IN VIS ABLE ,Lacing""corset. : : Ask to see.,it
well s, ShoeFLoreThe : ,I .

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, f : ',' Bush & Safford Piano tickets with every 250 purchase.tm .
"I! t f '
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