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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 7, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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2. NO'2S3 I*ton ilUlhrl 1IAMT1 FLORID \WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 'tut tart MMILMMcTw. ';;
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The Metropolis is Enjoying" the Most Flattering Patronage, in Its History. Why ? Because It Gives All the News, All the Time.

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HEARST PUSHED M'CLELlEN 'HARD To*&x i Lay. Corner Stone k,of' the I(COUNTY j CONVICTS( ARE TAKEN -


I I Jefferson Davis Monument
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FOR THE MAYORALTY HONORRecoaet t I FROM (CUSTODY OE SHERIFF

: Richmond, Va., November 8.-The'I'ceremony' ; will take place this after- .

Virginia. State Division United Daughtertr.jof !Ino b. 1 a ,

p'ete returns glue an estimated plurality .. 41 the Confederacy opened' Its annual The monument will be erected upon 1 1aYJTHE BRANCH ORDER

i of "five thousand Utter a the at Cedar and FranKiin streets, '. I
for Republican ,
of Ballots Hay Change ] convention here today with a which BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
candidate for Governor. the city purchased for $7,500'from j
The Final ,Result I Iarg4 atU dance form'';all. parts of the the Richardson estate and set AND PLACED UN- OF \WOODMEN\ t,
stallTfie DER DIRECT CHARGE
I aside OF SUPERINTENDENT
f CURTIS GUILD ? ..t. I for the monument. The layingof t .,
GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTSBoston convention has attracted an unusually the corner stone will be under the OF ROADS FRO- 'to''L

MANAGERS Nov 8- The: latest returns i large number of visitors from susjilcks of the Jefferson Davis Monument I HOCK, NOT SATISFIED AND. WILL

PRST I give Curtis Guild. Republican canal and Fun, of which .Mrs. S. Thomas CONTEST THE ACT t
adjoining
states owing to theface '
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: date for Governor, plurality: of 23,000 "j!! McCu'lo.h Is pres'.Jent.: The monument t BE INSTITUTED HERE NEXT

ALLEGE FRAUDJerome and Draper for Lieutenant Governor, that the .principal features was will be made of granite with or- MONDAY NIGHT BY CARTER M.

about 2.000. *> w. the laying of the cornerstone a namentatlons of bronze. It will consist i DAME, DISTRICT:: ORGANIZER OF
the'Jefferson,! E/is monument In thiscity's of a colonnade of thirteen Doric X breach has been rent in 'the
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N '';I on the first day of the'conven for the 'heretofore friendly; relations and' afi FLORIDA
Is Sure to be Elected- THE RESULT I co unns, one each of secessloj
PHILADELPHIA tion! The erection of the monument states Inclosing a seat, a granite i j I notations 4 existing between the t Board

Democrats Carry Ohio But ill Philadelphia Nov. SComp'ete haiWn made possible'by the nntlrIngtefforU shaft fifty eight feet high and a statue County Commissioners :'and JohnFrohock.
returns of the : sheriff of Dade county and
United -Daughters of Jefferson Davis on a twelve foot )Ie- ,
Other'' States Have Gone jo. allty. give Berry the, city fusion party 43,333 plan of the Confederacy, who for yearn col- destal. The figure wll be medalled by; from the present indications, It will Through the efforts! of Dr. J. N.Taylor .

candidate foeS lecifd, funds for- that purpose untilthey Elward: Valentine and the rest of the take more than the ordinary patchto one of -the- most loyal and
ate.
The,Republicans plurality Treasurer of 360,037.was elected by a ; had accumuUted: enough to pay monument will be executed by Noland heal the wound. prominent Woodmen of the'World la
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for &he 'cost of the'memorial. The. ft; 'SukerY le The trouble though brewing tot America a branch of the organization
some time, reached a climax yesterday Is to be organized Ia'thls city.
New* York: 'Nov Whether George UNION ,PARTY WON afternoon when the Board of County This will occur next Monday night

B. McCJellan', or'WR.Jl&1I R. Hearst SWEEPING VICTORY GKEREIr' ,FISHING INDUSTRY Commissioners, deliberately ',i and ap- when Mr Carter IL Dame, dtstrtst oKganlxer

will( bathe- next"mayor of Greater Nw San Francisco, Nov 8- The Union parpntly with pre-arranged policy, with headquarters la 'Ocala

must be decided by the courts. Labor Party won a weeping victoryat adopted the following resolution, Ukj will come' here for that,purpose. lathe

York Full.returns from every election ,1Ptrtct the pow yesterday with a plurality ii DSERIO SLY HAMPERED BY SHARKS j Ing!!from under the care and JurisdlcItion |I meantime.all those who._desire

of about'ten thouaan.d.NELSON'S of the aheilff. and transferring ] '.:) become members of the aew order

give McClellan plurality of 3845 II to that of Mr. M. W. Coode,'I pna ''can! 'eave their names wMi Dr. Taylor
rotes, but-M. U'so small, only a little ii:such an enterprise will be started both '
MEQAL M0STKR !' I oners convicted and sentenced to at his office on Avenue D. and they
more than one-half of.ODe' per cent GIVEN ADMIRAL TOGO STRIKE AND REND for revenue,in that line and In orderto terms In the'' county convict will"receive the proper notification of
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,of the'votes' cast that a recount and THUS.RELEASING LARGE. partially relieve the fishing grounds place of
: meeting. Instructions,.etc.
'rewpe:llon of the ballots might easilysweep A San Franciscan QUANTITIES OF. :THE CHOICE (from the of the vicious and camps ;
Presented presence
It away and show Hearst a f Din JapanewAdmiral ,(ES -GIVING'MORE TROUBLE daring'monsters! Be It Resolved by; the Board of Dr. Taylor; ,has great hopes of Instituting
with Valuab
Heirloom County Commissioners 'strong lodge .
of Dade county m re.! There
net. TH..,IS SEASON THAN. EVER BEFORE
i.tl i. :;nortda. that John Frohock; sheriff are a number of former Woodmen la
himself
District Attorney Jerome; Leon Lemos, one 'of the oldest and w. Y ITALIANS of said county; be, and he Is hereby Miami and all'of them with a great
victorious In ,a ,single.handedfight. : best known of thepioneer'merchanuof ordered
to deliver unto M. W.-Goode. many new persons will doublers ga
&galnst: the -Tammany ,machine San' Francisco, 'Is the proud possessor t snperintendent of the public roads of into the order, thus'giving It strength

supports' Mr. Hearst la his demand of a personal letter from no Unless something" Is done .to ,do HAVE STRUCK (said county; and of the guards of prisoners and prestige.

fos a recount: in the commercial dls1 :tess a personage than the redoubtable awit! with the sharks, the mackerel on said roads, aU of ,the' pria- As soon thereafter as practicable.Dr. I

*** *>1 Admiral Togo, the man. who sent the i''an4 rung fishing on tkielower, coaat oners who are subject to Imprisonment Taylorwill organize his Boys of

,Practically-* all :'bets on\\ McCleilanhavebeen Russan! squadron. 'd01VJl: to defatanddestruction'In I Iwllijibe so crippled this' season that'profits At hard labor in the county; Jail Woodcraft a juvenile auxiliary to that
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.held up pending further Je the Sea of Japan. .1 will be badly crippled and ttisomlj Key "'eat, Nov. '7The steamer J,of wad county and In his custody; as major lodge and which is growing

yelopments.JEROME .. Leon Lemos has a.hobby and that Instances failures': recorded. Martinique arrived Sunday with 276 ',sheriff will thereby be exonerated, and In strength dal'y throughout the coun-_

is collecting! .rare coins and, medals. These beasts' of thereafter have alwajrjjj labor! rs, for the Florida East Coast'''relieved" from all- llabl'lty; as said sherIff try. It bejjie-eeiiilflet'fidr: next 1o the

WILL'HAVE FAIR COUNT Am -5 his.valuab'e colectlon Mr. Le given the fishermen,more'or.less Railway work on this end. The men 'I'for the Custody; and :Care of galj'!church. In 'thetraining and," elopIng '.

N _,Nov.8Dlstrict Attorney mos .. zed"most,hlghy a medal handed *trbue but.they are' said to be'more :were lined up apd marched to. the prisoners, after he- flU so delivered of young minds into'capable. and .

e announced' today that he pro- 'down by; his forefathers, who cher-1 ple1pful! and more vicious this sea- 'camp, a tred! worn out crowd. |them a> d'M'. 'w..Goode. ,and be It upright citizens. -
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rv.yto see a talr count of the'votelor tehed the bronze token far beyond son' |han ever before:: Connecting At the camp they were Issued commissary rther Resolved. That the fo 10.Ing .-

i'V; mayor'-"no matter who it .BUAe.EROMB money. j 11 I thi j;|rith the fact that there, are more tickets and furnished cajaetfgoods ,i I named guards be authorized to PRESS DAY AT' STATE FAIR

The.medal was one of 'Souses engaged In the fishing! business tor
some eighty j supper. Mondayftnorning guard all the prisoners so In the
I J, HAS A SAFE PLDRAUTY or so struck by; the British government 'no..../.than ever before the outlook Is when the.time came tp work they refused session of the said M. W. No
New Vcn.k;; Nov. 8- With-two elecI Just after the battle of Trafalgar J not, ery, encouraging. I. positively t So so under the wlti} C. ,,:. Bush and Frank poII-l special day at the State Fair to i

I b oil'districts to.be". *heard{frO n William" ,In honor of the great Lord Nelson/who |f 1{'an 'Instance of the/damage that I!I condItJonl.o 36reJ. They claimed'that until the further order of this board, 30 to,be will held be- In Tampa memorable November 15 to t
more : thaD'Pre .
1'. Jerome t. has a' plurality over aid down his life for his country: In'caqftbe f done .by ''sharks It Is,recited' the man who employed! them promised I I,and]be ItFttrther Day designated ,.

Jaa-. :W. Osborn'of 11.450 votes" i, that l memorable"' 'sea engagement. I!thaiMonday. one of the crews bt the fl.ZS'per day and board. Besides that I Re8O.lYed. That the said sup In honor of the news. ., '
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j_ paper men Florida who have done
Th,!se meda'i were distributed Florida: Fish and Produce :Company they claim the
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among; : commissary chargiak erintendent. M. W. Goode;shall receive bake
so much to' .
the grand
HEARST: MANAGER -> only'the; closest friends of,Lord Nelson } ha
ALLEGE FRAUDS ..., and one of the meanly. was given aggregating ,35.000' pounds' and!had foremen are constantly armed and use I thefeed of prisoners In- his: charge, |and legislators will newspaper men
New ; NOT 8- Compl e"-but to,a member of the Memos thfriet tucked f' r be among the,
i' for
Yolk family.. ready ; !'scooping/; rnost abusive I language to the men. where there are <10 or,more, and 40 (features
The
I 'unofficial,returns;.give ,McClelian i'am Cherished as a famlljr'beJrioom, this. theM aboard the Ice boat ;;when'sui'j I I I loll'.' Dusenbury. the engineer in I cents,I per day where the numberless la ed yet/1- but all day Florida has not'eHtors beta'nam. a '
rotes: The Hearst particular dent; and.., r
8,485 medal several 'large'shark
pllityof banded appealed the
was down.until charge, says men were recruited than 40, until the further'order !1 legislators >
will be notified of the daie
( 'm anagerss'reconnt say that.they will demand It came Into the hands of Leon an|hurled fhemselves against .the In.New York with the understanding of this board and be It 'and
extended
cordial Invitation'toialtend. _
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of the votes. They i lea Lemos. net;|tearing large ho'es' and letting; that, they were to receive $1-25 per Further Resolved That the said ai. i "
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charge'fraud' and allege- that.194'-'>a1- : Lama placed the Valuable relic In the mackerel escape, the reaul,'being; day and. feed themselves; that the W. \J Goode shall work the prisoners '

lot. bore missing. 'have his colectlon.! and It the. battle. of thSea I thal not over 1,500 of'W the/ 25,000 i recruiting officer has sent down already on the public roads of the county, and 11!It was evident that argument was use-
Hearst"inanagers1, c'Jilmthey of Japan has not been pounds were landed, / men
fought the several/hundred ; one thousand and there report monthly to this board/ what 11 less. ...
evidence of fraudulent voting snug h medal would still be In Lemos' possesslon. I{ do1 liraV*-worth,. -* ,talithe:! fish' escaping. 'was no misunderstanding..The work\ he baa performed.,and,what expenditures Sheriff Frohock further alleges that '

to..change.. ,th result.; Chari." ..Mar-. 'When'Admiral Togo,'. In com-1 1 I through the holes. / ,I men"came to the city hall where he baa'made as said superintendent the, action 'of' the'commiislonenm" "

phy'was' seen,this morning but he refused mand' of the'Jap'aneee" squadron, won ij{ #e"cate'h have'enIIered' llke'de- they .re namecl all'day and were''Hnt ,- and that a certlfled copy; i attempting to take'awsv the]prisoners,( Sea

to comment i the r.e8uu of the Us great victory over Rojestvenaltjfleet a('stractlon" this season and the flsheri out to the base ba'i park lathe afternoon f' tEese resolutions be furnished to I from under. hIs'! J ""lctlila waa'dtiaedand

cteedon.'s. Leon Lemon decided to lend his i 'mei.are at a loss to'. know just how to where they wfll remain tonight the"said sheriff the ,
and said M. W. Influenced because
he
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P' Trafalgar medal to the Japanese ;
DEMOCRATS WIN OUT mander. In a modest: letter explain-1 I I ISOlDe have suggested that It would subscription.The Sheriff Frohock .Ith I
in !office
conversation of county clerk so long aa there
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IN OHIO BATTLE Ing the ,origin-of the medal, Lemos be ,vlsab'e for the ;government to !I situation Is a serious one for 4 .
a Metropolis reporter this -mornlct possibility
was a
; i of Mrs. Dearborn or. ,
Columbus O.. Nor 8- John M. Patterson. asked Togo to accept the token. I pay! ,,:* premium'for''' the capture' and Key; West with nearly 300 men on staled that he will of the ,
I probably; contest one deputies receiving the'ap
Democrat, will be; the next "I' beg' wrote Lemon, "for the honor 'destRictlon\ of shark while others be- their hands without,money to bUT a ; tie!i'abOTe' action of the Commission I pointment to succeed the late E. U.Dearborn. .

governor of Ohio.and'. his party,associates to present to the' Nelson of the, itevd!+' that 'fertlllier factory using meal. The "railroad company deny II ers because they have no right to take He charges that the ". ,
on the State, ticket have also East a memento of the Nelson of the then& fish entirely for!, the making offertilizer any responsibility) in the matter andthe time party
prisoners serving In the countyfrom who sought his Influence for another
been'e'ected'according to the returns West"j / would be;:a "'paring venture men refuse to go to work. Most under his thai A
j jurisdiction. He does stated
person the man he destroy
and .the county 'plurality figures re ,The medal and the letter were mal)- ,and 'iXl. materially In' their deatrncItlotF of the men are.union and have their QeoeUon l '
not the need
of the
authority boar appointed In
I was of employmentand ..
celled this motnlagThe ed to Admiral Togo''early'In'Jan:,i j I {: redaction. It Is known..the cards. with them. The mayor has to, employ guards to work convicts money; but that he. refused to
i exact figures are'unknown and A few days; ago a letter bearing the thati or,any other Earn make a fiat taken the matter up ,and will try to during ,
he
they .'may1' not ,bV*,;known. ,:,today butthtij stamp'ofthe.Imperial; navy, department :.t c'ass! fertilizer,' andIt;;:may, be' that solve the probl m. I thej/j/ go Into day the but..tocka asserts
eems to be no. reason to;,doubt at Toklo, and'signed by H: TogoI '
thai]they are again his prisoners"and caused
a legal'opinion to be .
*-mecesl of the entire DemocraticState Admiral, L J. N., by'' rendered -
the was received
ticket. Both houses'of the Mr Lemos:! The letter-read follows Miss Isabelle ,: Burns Still Leads fhatjhe] Is responsive for them In the to the board of county
as ? I -;_- eyes! and Intent of the law. (commissioners that Mr. Goode was

UeglslatBre'wlU- .'',.Democratic,\ : III i Metropolis t Typewriter Contest) "According to agreement. Sheriff i the proper person to have unqualified
1J "Imperial Navy .Department, Toklo, L | Frohock lal.t.MI have been dividing control of. the county prisoners If
BOTH .SIDES AREs September 18, IMS- Dear Sir: I havreceIved : -
I profits\ accruing from the feeding oft'nYlcts correct/ the sheriff suggests that Mr.
CLAIMING'VICTORYjCoinmbns your curial letter dated I it Thief..-past,fe'.-{.iays'hav tM ** shown,.>-ome'F ..JM'"*:'t'Te! standings" of the candidates today with Mr. CooJe because hewnslnn Goode divide his profits and the honors -
0. Nov.. 8=Both .std et June 27 and the very precious medal ,remit voting
kable Inthe
gains .In the : : the ouT'dlnd hal all of th. of his position with the gentleman!
areg-dalmlng the State. The result In! commemoration ,of the battle ofTrafa'gar : contest Isabelle ... .
s MetropoIs{< typewriter and !ev-j j il Burns ? .. S.GC5: trouble In purchasing and preparing who was a candidate for'the' office of

Is'!?'tin. In doubt but It Is probable the which yon have kindly' ; sent., i iu !rra ,.tf' the "contestants' hareschanged .Cora Blount ..::.... ... ..... 5,335 :-th.>Ir[ food.His salary as road sup! r- 'county; clerk a

Stalei went Democratic. > me".thwgh, the Imperial Japanese j j'pos(j >n8. .!:.KAthleen Quarterman ... . 5.0C8 interi.lent Is $(60! per month and the Further than this( the sheriff Is Indignant -

J. consulate! at San Francisco. |g Th, ;most.remarkable gain wall made FJosBle Corpew ?. ... ..... ..... 3,2li3latllda pmflts resu'tlng from the feed of the << at the manner In which he has "

Uf RAGE RESTRICTIONS "!'beg to thank.yon heartily 'on beD = fby j{ SIJKit: Blount. who;jumped from 3435 Niles .. :.... .. .._ .. 2.36S prisoners went up to ovr $ Olut been served and intimated 'that he ,

bYERWHE-MINGLYDEFEATE: ha'f of.mrself and of the 1a10rs'un-,}!f.tots; Ian Saturday. 6395 today --I j jMay i; Robinson ...,.. ..;...... 1.518 i ilnnnlh. wh'rh'irm.'e Mr COO
pyy"imorelNovt' s--. 'The, .talent rarSaconfrm e-, der my command for: your' warm gympaihy jnearl' 2,000 gain- carrying her.above City; of Miami ..I.: .......... \SSARitB ,tinnymnre than $300. The tpe result: without further airing, and in ,,

,.. the' overwhe'mlng derea and admiration.' I greatly- appreciate' MIfiQuarterman for 'second p'ace. !,I Wl'son .. .. ...r.,: .. ..... 193 trig from feeding prisoners Is considerable the meantime will refuse to deliver t''

t of the "proposed suffrage! 'restriction ., the. :, medal. ,;, alrenc of IOU!,. ,\6'herw-lse: there are no changes in the :::,Dila Kitchel. ..... .%. .... .. 182 ant I am not snob a phl's> tho- any and. all. county; prisoners! 10 the

'amendment" to the.",constitution stirring days. ;Though'' do not de:; .relaUle standings of 'the candidates j' Rttfh HInson. ...... ... . .. 4 pIlOt hat I do not want 1\1)' that, : is coming new'y created road
ut."Jt leaven In doubt the State comp spTve-to be called the'Nelson .of the th:-ueh) they all made very'substantial county snperintcndtnt -
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to me.but the action of the Commissioners
without ,
ad Ice
the of his ai-
ronibIp.hegtslatute. !, East, I wi'1 ke t-J pxthe medal, as a ,token ,and! ;ratifying gains. REPUBLICANT- >
'-' was Just'flable aC't'Ordlngto''a. and be
r, Is also left In doubt of sympathy; of my; s'ncere, thong t i The contest Is now assuming moot ... f would rape no to':1ley.: has.not receive: such
NEBRASKA protPPt Instructions
JCARRY to the time.The _
rretums .though the'Seuatey Is ret nnacqnainted.rlend In the United r Interesting proportions and has reached ( t up prrsent
owing that th's Ratter was to':' Action of the commissioners
DeD ocratlcthe compositionf i States'of America, .h'ch'ls always In nitage where. It Is any one's rac- "
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die.House delegates.Is not known I The" trnesl.'ttrms" i wlta\onr;. country.Tours ., between Misses Burns Blount an. Omoha. Nov 8. -. Latest returns com JD"t4, up Sheriff yesterday Frohock afternoon"* con- was a topic of discussion on the streetlied
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.' ien'n today and the general opinion .
'E r- -- ;-Terr truly' 'H: -.TOGO. ',i jQnartermsn. while there are a number though Incomplete: confirm a sweepIng bfr 11. D. Price, to represent me the Hand taken by Sheriff Frohock.favoreil

?EFUBLICANS CARRY- -. "ArmlraCl." J. N t.(lof others. but a step lower who can Republican victory. The entire !bat he was stveOb such little conddbeen I- Some interesting results are

RHODE.ISLAND. "Lron Lamas- ,,' Fag" ,, ." /crowd! up and make it unpleasant for Republican State ticket has I oration by the board that I flna'ly ha before the matter has promisedJ .
.txt-n flnal'y set-
:Providence. ,Nor. 1Neaft, aunt 1127 Market streeCBaa ha>edaoow. xhet | The fol'Owb c are'the recpee-. elected.- him'withdrawn from the room because fled ,

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.Trile Miami Metropolis !i!! iTtheManonthei :Ve..e eooo eo ooe.eoe oeeees eo.oo eo
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;.... most Southern'THE MIAMI newspaper PRINTING published on COMPANYThe the mainland of the U. S. (i 11; Corner..JI j jf II 0 YOU CAN HUNT


PUBUSHED, EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY I "N I.. that the tall season bu realaeU'ID : = After November 1 1st= reo

CIKCtLATIOK RATES ly ," Mid the voluble citizen to :L Lo t .

DM Tear by Mall... ...........'5.00 Three Month..U$ the Man On the Corner "I am feeling

tx Months........'............ Z.fiO One week by c-rner.......... .10 som '[rj!:>etter. Not that I hare ben Be sure you see' our up .to date Hunting Materials 0
real]| suffering the past sum!er, but 0 I *

Advertising Rates made known on application. I like!;to see people enja UKii.!elves. 0 BEFORE y u'g'o on your hunting jrip.J. ; ;
And ;$ never saw a more Joyous lot ;

TELEPHONE 79i JFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. than !the whole people are here In Miami e -

1 'a std 4Twlfth8tr t. Opposite the Court Houss. ija the' fall. The strangers, or -- t Ho

courses i who come down early in :n' 0o
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1905 seasdijg are always a cheerful lot, but W. Watson MiamiIN
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our tome people take on a new lookof ,
THE DADE COUNTY FAIR cheerfulness which Is not assumed.: o

The 'price of rent. wnether you pay

it orl Deceive, It, is always a live subject Coco o,0o eooooooo'J.oooe oo eoe'ooeoe oSt
effort and liberal support there will. In all probability -
Unless there Is a public: !
;rot conversation and it IDot
fair next March. has been the custom: In years past. :
be no county I considered an Impudent question for t

This Is a bare, coM: statement but the simple truth. one person to ask another how much I

To'those who have followed ,the Dade county fairs In the previous rentlf.palel or received. Then,the utrr r,

and know'from whence, came the greatest support, this will come asao merc 'nts are all opening new goods rr.bqL .
yeais and n o : well known that Mr. Flagler was the originator of the
surprise It Is clew
who hri-
goods was in a bad e
fair and that he practically: : maintained It; donating a building | The g
Dade county mor.tJJ| ,only mad persons I have a
fop..uplajg all articles of agriculture: and. commerce, and being the largest seen are those who have rented houses

: subscriber to exhibit prizes His agents got up and conducted: the In w It Is considered the aristocratic Perfection at .Last.
;and citizen portion i of town during the summer
fairs,'and about all that this generous hearted public spirited -
In tlthope'that, their rent would not / ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS KEEN.
will of the people and the public -
asked was the good and patronage :
In return be ritseJ on them and then be corn tl Simply Lather' and ;Shave.
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institutions of the city and county. : T
pelleijoto get out and hunt new quar- liar THERE' IS NOTHING '.TO'ADJUST?! "
jit tact that the Dade county-fairs have done morethai '
t Is also a wellknown ersJiJ! the winter. ..NOTHING LEARN.

any other agency In 'the county.in bringing bomeseekers, and residentsaert I "It:Js those who are wiling to liven ULTUKE The wonderful feature of thisrazor is the

The fairs have, been held} In a month when: the city, county and secttoaf :- thesame section'of'the city, win- QUARTERS A WATCH s v. blade. Twelve blades' (twenty-four sharp
ter lad summer, who live on Easy ALL TO LAST edges) car mix as paper, aa HARD as flint, aa
crowded with'visitors, and not one of the thousands who have s: and whalebone witheach
were Ftt TEARS. k TOUCH FLKXIBUC as ,go
Street:in the fall of the They
Tear where our pies have been tasted and -- ; 5
;; set. EACH
attended it have formed any but the most pleasant and satisfactory: opinions clalmTit move .
is" easier,_ to. than. _to. tested you will bear them praised Try: BLADEis good for
of the;proJacUve'enalltles of the fair;. and t'lther' bought then and pay t8nt, but suppose yon cant find heartily.. There Is a knack about pie from Twsarrr

taere. 'or returned later and"did' so. In ao Instance has an.exhibit. been I any. place: to move to, U Is almost the baking 'which. we ban caught per-. ... is<, ,. 10 ,FOKTTiHAYJCa..
'
1: other than the most ere4It bl aud 1IatterlDc.. condition!$ today. I have tried It. and ectly. *

.u 80 pouch for the fairs,' but can you blame a man;who has done and who. I ought to know. and the voluble dt-. I 'I

If. would continue: to 'do: from becoming discouraged and refuse to go further: lien 'became mournfully ;(silent OUR, PIES c Awarded
'
: sri beneficiaries from such fairs! I Teiir... a Cold .
.It. when be finds that those who the greatest \
I Iwd... Medal sl St. .
6
I S.- ,will bear comparison with even the
are taking ao" Interest what ever In maintaining them? Noi; yoti can not and 1111s.oo. lops:
would not and were yon In the place: of Mr.'Flagler yon would bare'long Thor way In which the city 'and best of home made And! If you area +-i: r :1901.

since lost interest In a matter in which but few would take concern with: count" authorities are going' after theises II fair Judge you will admit ours are E- .Lech ;rYrl'

L' va ; the best thing for the town even better.than "mother's." But yon ..;

1 'Don yon remember last year when the Board of County Commissioners that:inks happened In'a long'time.: Its won't be able to Judge unless yon iu+st:

Toted $500 for fair premiums and after the fair had been held and prizes a j i Bard. matter now'to" go.down the i give,our a triaL # "

,awarded to be paid from that.contrtb: UOII, that the Dew board of commlsatoaers Itreet, aDd find a whole lot of streetloafe '

refused to pay.'over the money.. on the ground that the old board >S banging on the corner unless ,JOHN SEYBOLD For.Saleby: : ,

bad no legal right,to giveaway such an.amount. of money? Thus,.to the heyljire: there actually looking for
Biscayne
12 ()
STREET
present date., .premlu ;'awadPd at the last fair remain unpaid because: .subscribers work. What with the extension and Drug Company,

'failed to respond as they bad pledged'themselves to do. the i toany Improvements going on inMiami ., -- .

But this Is the "past; it is tbe present and future that Interests the people those who are In the least way OUR *

of Mlamttand Dale county The majority of.them want the fair to anxious... to' find something to do find -

be.'held the same .as usual and there Is no doubt but that.a sufficient'sum' It in.Jh precious: short time. POSITIONis : Money to Loan on Household FllrnitneI [

to meet'.the.. .emergency'could: raised. .Some official: body should take' i this community :
'
charge of the situation and.there Is none more appropriately fitted and quart! h} l t Is assured You I -! '-

IfleJ than'the Board"of Trade: i He'4rd;'f' .a couple of tourlata who, bad [\know_ that some of ,.

_n '' lasUttltlod"wrtfrJ4: >o.werj nd_influence could do more than any: morDii JustaJrived, They talking' bad on evidently the street been this the very best tamale Without removing it from the. ;house (in
: other in bringing about results and maJntar&feg-&Jalr.. Mr. Flagler would c. er our patrons
.be'glad to contribute the building for assembling the' dlspiaz be will continue regular visitors. for a number of years. ] 1:4. sums of 5.00 and,up. Can be paid bade in

f to'haul exhibits free and .wI1J donate liberally in premlunTSirtoMU and llhey were ,discussing: the many t OUR sums of '1.00,, a week. -Business strictly

t Uons and every,other manner necessary and required of him but be does hinges that had occurred: In the place I confidential. Write us and< 'solicitor will call
aIn sprlng, "Why., said +b PHOTOGRAPHSare ...
not want tcf do It ill; because be believes and feels that the Institution M one "" :;

w ,one in';which Ifs public as well'as himself should be interested and share, I "the j int a 4came to Miami I bad 1
,
i the to sleep ona; c&SJn_'a.tent'an that seen in most :
.honors of its success. -c> I
The people of Miami:pad throughout Dade county want an annual county i Teart?but\ the redden? ed .metJwHi7 i j f artistic households CITY LOAN OFFICE

Mr'the Board of.Trade'lI'th'p Oper 'organization, to take up and advocate: the 'time the ne'zty K lied 'ftI I advance la pboj '

tie 'matter.' 'W1H it do' it The Metropolis and the,people eagerly 'await I around that there would be plenty 1t of j I I tog oaphlc'methoda I oppoSITe POSTOFriCE.Youngs' '

its. decision tn_this' most, important:qeostlon.; .' houses built, but the;next winter/ has been ef7.Iderable con- .
l _
hard accommovdaitons.
a. was .;. ; .' but u the builders were all '. -1 "
KEY ,WEST'S SPLENDID TRIBUTE: ,.the.last few yeast
looked that the
work It
by
at steady. would know
If : ;
..' time: the Best year rolled' "round there bow yon considerable Pharmacy1SCORPOR:

woo! be room for all. But as each
.ne.'JCeJ'weai, .inter Ocdsw'oommenting upon the popular.demonltra- "call at our stadiaTon
succeeding approaches, there are
tion attending the lIUDfticelDe': of the Florida' r.ut Coast Railway extension rear : ,will see.samples
houses built but as fast utheyre .,
i t work in that city last.Friday. among:"other things says mau mare that.mutn- 'D '
constructed there seems to s
"\i "If: Mr Flagler.. could bave witnessed tile demonstration ,yesterday be : F of cite your keenest .t t 'r
be i.o families for, each,room built
I would,bave felt fully repaid for aO of.the millions he has spent and expect admiration.Albert /
for liem, and today, u early ..It Is .t' r- A Drug Store for The PeopleThat's
v' 1 *I to spendjia.F7orLia.' No greater tribute: has ever,been paid,to any : :
-
tjiji it ls almost Impossible .
man'than that given )lr. Flagler yesterday; and the 'event;'will live in Our in season, I .L : ( el) : ,
:
.- to find pant: 'room'and 'it Is 1mposit'e I KaufmannCw. "
a
: blstory.long afterthe present generation: kas" l.ue4..i.' our motto, and'it has beeii'thc'ns of adding'hun'. : I
; ."ltU 'no'wonder. that:on', citizens gave,free scope to their' enthusiasmyesterday to find a !vacant: boose..Whyo : I, .-'14th Su, Aye_,D.1M1m. i
r not the owners of the lots ImprovetheriiT dre'ds of new..customers to our list. WeT sell only the ;
tyx r ; ;. For'yean.5bla great project..has been tbe brightest?di'eam'ot' i ?. ( ; pur-- ,;

.rk' those"who", ,had the Interest.of Key .West, ant if those who bye proceeded: : ][ estdrugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacists. '

e as.Into the Great Beyond could look back: at yesterday's' proceedingswe: Pare |tD| v'Notorious We also.carry the finest sodas and ice.cream.i in the city

certain,that for a moment they,could forego the Joys of paradise to rejoice The voluble citizen came around A Lie!

',wtthna' ,;. the firmer all.swelled up _today.: Said i- < S J i2 Doors North of .PostoffIce: "t
a .. v;yr*' are convinced.that pecuniary. Ideas have entered Mr. Flagler'emtad that' e'b 'attended the meeting of;

In the .eoa.truct1ODClhl road. He proposes to build a monument for the ?!oard of Public Wo k'an.! ,tha {t pars.. .
',f h>mee'f,in! surly bebas; butlded well for future generations that will all 6ls talk of the' board not going J I W.. ,E7"Youngs; ;Pres.

'enjoy,the prosperitybis, : munificence, will,bring to Key West, wm rise up to I\if: anythIng'but fight::.ru'a: mis- ,

and can him bleesed' <-*..*- tak .J "Of. course, there tray ,be c'
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,)i :'"May MrVFMter: 1 five!: .for many. years,to enjoy the success: of his Treat some jealousy. on" the part of one
achievement<
r tie great.marts of commerce: south of tu'be more fully realized Is the whet 'we will come In.:- Each'.andeverono"of : 1 "

alts Prkyer of evetr'cltlxcnof. ,' .Key.iciest." them will want.: to make!:1I I:1 ,. 'WILLIAM JfBRVAN '
mss' -
theCbest, record, and before me ..towu.knows .
'" Coast,Camlnl If,bc"la reading: the dispatches from Russia now knows It she will be,in pretty good .'if' <' .
j about the bittr. t' i
W0ll1M to' ire. .... Is for. each and every citizen t I If ftt Walt to read ..;. Bg;..'.. letters"'of Pordgsi 'T md lOW
i ? 't bare been a Joke In the Insurance companies If Col. Bryan of of '
board public
to organise a works '
to tilt tee to asAscribe tar fie Caatesaer
'W been* ..eded "in,ISM orl, "00, to spite of the "barreL" h'sawn and keep the sidewalk and I '

i4 e .* ." atr4 in front of his place well.clean5! 5 William J. Bryan, editor of The-Commoner, sailed from'
j ,This announcement'that eighteen'women are bank cashiers In Iowa la last dollar San Francisco September 27, for a ear's visit abroad. In the
'a'Utrle'surprising.; We soppoerdtbey would 'rather.'be, "teHere" eJ ana you can bet your 1 cooree of bU travels' Mr. Bryan will visit,the following: named
thaj share. '
i-he! city board wl'l do Its ; covntricn: -, i: -
; PossIMy that Senate rule problblMng the applauding" speakers may I aril!!;proud to say that I am a citizen! Mr. Advertiser: .. "i *

Y-ti .Dire bad something to: ,do with Mr.:LaFotlettet hesitation about taking his i of lie town." Ana the,TOtable! clU-J .CHINA HAWAII, INDIA JAPAN, BRITISH PHILIPPINE ISLES ISLANDS' ";
Y new job: .' '*. leD fwent over to Letter's and told ID It mr otter tn yna tkt tkte AUSTRALIA. EaYnPALUTINE. '
1 ,: j hlnjiihpw bad they needed a street'1 I.jmtt what Uv *,bile take .XZW. ZRALAau,,' TURKEY.: GRKECK.: V-,
It 'Is going to make-a severe draft,on Russia's :supply of freespeechA pa!;d around a square where It Just |I ro.r sd l" be.M lineHf. .-a .otoi4ee* SPAIN, ITALY SWITZERLAND

> when.the Flans and Poles 'start"la to unload- their thoughts that haft,been happened that the voluble citizen Ikit. .Tom yoer.4ey toUra ate!. lariat IW --type'.- FRANCE DENMARK, RUSSIA NORWAY., GERMANY 8WKDKN, UOLLAX1. .

suppressed for yrarsj: owpeJ four-lots.II I .,&r....or that jrimr cloikU l>.*i.al
j I tailor madr eo..l... Yet yM ft- I From earta of tbe countries named, Mr. Bryan will write letters
B *. :J. J.' HIlTs plan to band railroad"from Alaska to St. ipelersbnrg will : rtalntk tfuube to nld.i.R.That [ describing: his observations and dealing particularly wltb tbe poiitU
.
i f be more popular when he finds any considerable ;number of 'persons who' t happened 'to btu. la.the. court house l. IM lapunaa U_ The eal life of the ClOUD,"" visited. -
: 1- ad.writer iclta Ih.to wk*. Be..t.Ire .- Three letters will be publUbrd in Tbe Commoner, and those who
'and witnessed the first
want to "ro to St. Petersburg: the Hher day .
It # Jeer snick, aid p *.it. tbe-e desire to read every one of these letters should lose no tame in sub.
collection for the new song bird law.. '_
Naeou im s clear, Loot aid OMI- scribing: Mr. Brian's paper.
'Dr Vlley is nowsampling coffee "in an endeavor''''to ascertain: how Inittad of_getting'a fine of'five'arifthe'ones Jo;-' vUclBC maimr. De ear jo a"
!> Americana use &SOO.OOO pounds of "pure Java and )loeh coffee each: 'year. commlUlng ,th'a crime the prUwr a east: amo nt of bothrrd 'I Tbe Commoner !. issuvd weekly' and tbe subscription nrtee. l.
while | .. WIIITT,bfCJimM he ea l.isuidth flXOayear. By .pe.lal &rrarremeau with tbepublisbrr. wpare.tenabled .
those places export 117.000' ) povnds. IDaua11,: That"Ii' dark'secre'Tnc'e. should get five years:' There are toofe4 .prlocHi'm of display,wflM u( t to oftVr for a bore time! only, the Commoner and tbe Miami
doctnr: :, -"song birds In this section: of,thecountry .b pe and their arrnf.,..... Prim-, Weekly Metropolis one year, both for $!.00, when paid In advance,
i j ter.Iek"it property ,h..Jle4. U or we will send Tbe Commoner ard tbe Miami Dally-Meerupclis for
it and to have
.Joe CaniionMTS "one State" as Is. | people .. ..... one to address for $1.00. the regular of tbe
at : for Oklahoma ant Indian: Tern.torr your bat Think h our I year any price. Daily
wait th'em"Iho1 -
or'none at an; and the country used understand, that; the, Speaker only destroy 1d beaiore.jBCrloas sad derfile'. la drip| a pmtal '.- lIeeropoUuloDe.
r js .Twan wtb the ,U'I''lth m p;a, offense th&a.tbe'. Address orders'to fe.MUsd.i 111. .
tnsjortty1tibe the man who makes the motion Ad. I' hf1Mlrhm ..
B. Writer
F. Davis ""
have"yet .tJ1labD 'I1 >>u
i1:: ckr" nude: .It, I
-tbonph '
>f : .TTnrle Joe'may* ie. Oklahoma, and Indian. Territory"come In sep-i F, : IJ
',
artteTy.; Man On the, Corner.

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-.E' DAILY MIAMI MEtROPOUSMIAMI, > FLORIDA.: WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER, 8, ,1905. 1 j PACE THI
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I <" ... ., -, 0

"EELs OVflleustex-'s: '"Voice"IS CONFEDERATE' II REUNION r

HEARD LN THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINEThe I Of Georgia veteran. Opened at Macon

Victor so perfect thai It la often mistaken for the human voice. TJiii Morning.

It U proving a never fallingsource, ,of delight to thousands a dlaanaoiatinent fit: '

\ to none. To all lovers of good music the Victor Is an InsplraCon. Macon, GaJ|November ,8.-The an- N r'

-t' / No matter how much entertainment there Is at home the Victor Is anal state reunion of the Georgia COn- Good Clothes 5i

(_ always .welcome. You can at all times listen to bands, orchestras songs federate Veterans i>- Association opened ;t

. etc, that thousands. people flock to hear In crowded resorts.There here this molding.! The attendance Isnnnsually
the of sefctlons this matchless instrument will recite and In the
j.--. fa no limit to .variety largo every camp
\for yoa..Reeords In stock. VICTOR RECEIVED THE GRAND PRIZE state Is represented The local camps i

AT THE ST. .LOUIS EXPOSITION, THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD :and the citizens! In general have made

MIAMI, FLORIDA 12th STREETDade elaborate preparations; for the reception
IALAgt. and veterans of Stylish Quality -
::8-: T. W and are;:Showing them the moat ,

e>i careful consideration.
Besides the*large number of veterails

hundrediMof Sons of Confederate

Pharmacy veterans andpnany members of Con- i
P federate Women's" organisations from Being well dress -il I isn.t a question of .
nos '
809 Avenue DAs all parts of the state, are here, to. attend spending lot of money-its a question of ,,

anew candidate fer your patronage? it is but just that we the reunion. Today Is principally !- .
state our claims. Our stock.11 Dew and the purest and best devoted to the transaction of going to the right store. Most any store has s

that money can buy. Our service will be equal to the best. business and,it o a reception given to r
'" fairly good suits as far as thread and cloth i is f
in the visitors fly. the local-camps. To
,. We live in the building and wit) take pleasure I 5
,supplying your. demands at all hours, day or night' morrow the big.parade will take place, concerned getting distinctive style and a y
in which! Governor 'Terrell and his l
I ,
Prices Reasonable., 809 Avenue D staff 'the Confederate Veterans and real fit is another matter. '

the Sons of.&>nfederate Veterans will
.......- -
take,part. T| veterans and the Sons -l1
of Veterans:-Hl march In parallel columns .
Investigate Before Investing |i.- But that's what you get hero at a price a

Another Interesting feature will be you can easily afford. In fact you can't af- -
Wind Power tie nnTelIlngof the monument erected '
ford not to wear the kind of clothes we sell
to,the .memory of Women ""of the
.. Has been adopted by the i best people of the country aa the: Confederacy\; The Hon. Emory Spec The mere rise in your own estimation, and r ; '
have'them
cheapest. they power'coutct for have raising ate- m.water.px. and Note bot air the too ptoptewho if they want-> will deliver the principal address Anelaboaete others, that our Schloss clothes give n you, that ;

ed it. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot this program has been preparedfor prosperous, well-groomed look. Is the biggest
hauiam that I have just been the unveiling and It fa
business and with pump m ceremony
my
s ranted patent OIL twill guarantee to if Mb1e the capacity expected thai It will) attract thousandsof kind of a cash asset to any man | The picture

valae and We of".-any wind nili outfit. Any infringements.will visitors from, all parts of the state J shows one Schloss style. Many others costing.
be prosecuted. __ .. "' '. I
from -
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1 MARIE? HALL'S fl I'

C. H. PERRY-,Cocoaatitr Grove, ,Florida.R1TTY .: 1. AMERICAN DEBUT *


BROTHERS Music Ev."t Levin at Eagiriy Carnsgla Awaiting Hall The $10 to ,$25 i r

.
. ,
Tore
New ::November >t- Musical,
Machine'Shop circles arelpoldng|' '' forward with Intense See them m., .; ,- .i, .

Interest to the American debutof

Miss Marje' Rail, the young English

Gasolene vlo'Inlst/who will make her:firs I Our New Stock Winter in .
Agents- for the New., 0'., Era L Gas" Engines.' ', appearance J 1 this country'with'the 1 of Overcoats just .

;and kerosene 'engine: repairing a SPECIALTY New York I'pvrnphony Orchestra at I .

Carneg! Hall! tonightAccordingly
1 '' I
General Repair Work <, ,., ; foreign critics Miss
i' 'II> I '
1.Ij.
WJ l as rrrstest
FLORIDA Hall Is the woman violinist,
MIAMI
508 SEVEKTH'STREICT1 u ._ _. of :the Century and the.critics In. Eu.
.. robe have spoken of ,her remarkable R. w RHODES

ability wliliuriuBual enthusiasm. She ,
t
Is under contract to play'In fifty"con-
certs and 'will remain In this 'eounI 322 TWELFTH STREET'i':

try unt'l'i Iarch' of ..DJ.t.rear..
\
xq
Miss Hair|first appeared In' public '
,, _" .ffi- (
three years igo p'ayng! first:ln:Vienna :
i! ,... ,. ':.
then 14iLond D.: Her success,In --' '-- 0 "" -- -- J; >
both place4iiru sensational and since o00.yeti '
; I GWWWWo e r oe .o
rlr' t,11! 0 ooVooeoeooeo -: :
then her Career has been unusually


.. brlTIant Hiss Half f If has' a rather romantic. ,Best Thing gn Earthjs ;_ Earth Itself"( t k

_
history: Sh| Is' the! daughter of a talented _
but poor musician who was'herfirst

'! -... .. .....;,. ;. 'teach l | They were so poor that ... .,' -." y \ '( .r.,t, "; J

1, ..t,., they were..mpeHedf... ,to earn a llvln* < I 'J ..
.
'- .,.... ....nr.........-....... by playingon the street tn smallEnglish r J. ((0
'
a.cT c a+r"-"' --'-.81' townsjS; W.S. II t'h f".u."th ;
d.tMtAkMewerW' idr.ralbi e e, ,-* -fe. ;
: :
.
.<. ,,J. 1;'' ."!!R.rM alia U>iiiM-" I In:Bristol (feme musle' lovers'begameInterested e .' v,, ;,
f ,'i"' ,: .. a a-s. It I Jfo her and riDi'ii a.li.r '

: weId... 'eyrJrbwk7eai.=twt s,tM wL..r, ka. '" a with) the funds 1O.ro.t; ionlodraadtryfor ( : I"B (
f '. _.cIllo9a&MnI. s t "!f! thl|Wesseley ScholarihJij,at 1fr.
Riverside Addition View Addition ;
.. .. .0 ,- ,. the1.: Roall j!Academy. of.'Musk:' She y ;

a .' De.,.osf kasw:< wYUt'" J 1 as Jyrms" Uc.e douse"' ..? woe it easily, but being without mob .' iplendid 'resldebeet are'DOW betnj bay recently platted,and placed on :.

;, J ;1I rst,ttll'_rya Msked" a ap10a'AVrMUt ey was compelled: to. forego the prlvT- e Three and the fourth, a bandioine Wi tt :i':
the on'
J market choice loi .
BicaynDrive
D. :. IULLtNDORI'BL0CAModelBathtoOth K, ege of free tuition, until Cannon Mellow o tone betiding, bas just be Q" Many > -" -;" i 'jj
her'and within"' ,near the home of-R... Dr.-Rader and'althoajTh
becami Interested In enabled 0 high class hornet-will be boil there : ,
:
her id i return to London to'stu the next ,three mootbt. Web, ve just eon- the plot baa {ut bees Bled J already .t tf

di.,' She .tadled"'with ,.Prof. KrnseWflhelmJ'ind''finished } traded to have the tree all removed,all the ,several his have;been ,old and will be Improved "' J .'
"
: I her :'''musical; j owner o'l.loU arc arranjrloic to have the at once.']Par tho* who win{ dedrer. ;
e : education .wider'Bevdk'the teacher "rocta taken off and lot cleaned and levelled. bra i aj. .
ble bulldlnt; overlooking the 't high
.
'
The and piping hat been order t' ;
water sewer j
'
of 1 abelIk .
la the moat e a Dti tie 1 and beautiful and ae
'., --r I e ed and will be laid U soon a+ received. Then yet cheap here is their
., rare,.of'th 1c..1mihOuM', HJ'' ..11I10110. the street pcvin Lot here are opportunity TheM loa will be ION at f ISO
:', 'aa'It Ia"a neceaauy'coo" There Us'at last a pm pect of asite selli <>r IIMM ca n, |1118 M lane.leal' ,;
-. fort'to' 'home. Bette for l jjfiio Oivrra Vs 1I3\ lc.I.- e I and l lngea 118 in two year NO BRIDGETOLL each on the easy payment plan CALL and'

pat money any in perfecting'the which'waa >iprovtdad fa by an'appro- charged to anyone who bays IoU of II a* LOT UL :snow. YOU THESE: :LOTS.,

there: priatloa ol$25.000 b,-' the last :egWaturebring ,
sanitary.ystem, ; :
by insuring the health 01 select. sd A pmposttlon 0 S. '
t wai tijibmuttfd yesterday which Rivermont I I Furnished Houses :
'to Df rf 'ot y nr lamilj; ? e ,
It la bellied Rill na acceptable tithe +
than apendinj' it tor_fill\ ?
-: commission, wne.i tt: full 'com- We own most'01 the river front land on have a' large list of Famished House, '
1 Jmi&hinrL.A'. .'*':'for tk> < mission ffie4 agala'-TH.ahassee CapitaL .- both sides from the city limits up to I We to feate for the season ranginr!. price; ..'
the General Lawrence place. Parties !desiring "
_, 0 I ||i aecrar land. InrlNdlns. riparian from fifty dollar a month .p.' Seed fur 1I10 / ... \4
rights,should consult' u*. We can PLEASE AND MARK TOUR 8CLKUTIOK: NOW
famous .R G'rJi'JM } Mr W. H.li'Waihburn; went to Tampa YOU*. AS *TO LOCATION AND PRICE. if,' you_eipeet.to spend-"the.;winter In Miami y, 0'. +f
.
'ij" '
.. I today, for:i.tae purpose of.making nrrangementjfor ,- o :
'
a seminole village DO la any aaJ aO parts of the city we b.ve 1 'choice lots residences cad tosiaess boos for.safeaod| are P a
the Brawn and band
Range.Blll a
:J. McPONALD of 8emlno'e!;$ are to go to Tampa i and prepared to point oat to Investors the easy roadte haadsoae dividends. Here arc a few.;we have otters. ,.."'
*
will take their squaws and plcanlunlcs; ';\: ;"10

with them||Ther win built palmetto 2....:.......).UM tout of the city, I 1 loU..J'StIi' ,.t...... ...M baepb i TIN haI.m aropOTltloa w Anaaa 0: t..f\-
,', .. Twelfth'Street )Miami. Florida,-. shacks O for,flJWM each., Winh. doibU e l.tow..N5D..nc:1t. D. 9.bdivM.d- tad nabs bit.s.ey. '!'f ...
and areas In the approved Bern --,- t IM JIoooInanlIoto.ran cauca at j .,
lno'.e fashfon.. "The Indians ;.1ll>give O K tut oa ITb itraet.- won KJOtM.lottataatCSDOOO. ie0..d ,#-.". "iH, aaall modenicohTai I: Pai A ,Mth.I...,.at..wt.dIea C>cottaf,.. AM"nc.". .1'* ."t .
some of thelrdances. and for the first iceii,.uT tern., fi*.N ,, I : : < : ; i. f
..I, It..teewNilkstreet.cdla' '
Honea aW
lot aad
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skow I 1 lot e. Itk ctrnt (or SKKUD.worm Ea.llylav wNayeart..paid. 1; a.Lb.*. .M Ti fnt.lrMC ,O..wlrC '
time wlll la the peculiar *
public .
S iuoo o*.n.kt BOW. .
.Chase 4 -i.-. ". .* <>* Heil. forHou taak.ly.1./1a0a. t. ie
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hase '& CO & gdrne yft traits! of this tribe.\It;\wlUpTora;a 1 rL..Ns.sid.wforpeN.aaaaid- {H' I nNinL .. ...__ ..'I. .a'PI. 0 'f ..'
; : most Interesting exhibition of the nai worth UM pric*wltamt tk*lot. JAIl 5.Odr\ 63..t...te.or.LNaea ,I ,at,........ "
titers .&lg S luUoaXhMiwt. Clu-ap 1501,00 aid| M oa 14th Mrert. Bat :, I llet tll'I..M th*market..a batlMWor t 4
G .. of th >. CTPre Fort MyersPita. I. 0 sea Other weth.ld.pr.pertie.. I Iocat .' is.eiquaNm how* $ ..is .
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\ : I ,_No matter what yon want we are id position to save yon money. We have had more than :
Fire= .. .., i &._W. Cit otl unearthed a eurlaltyMonday '20 years experience m this business in Florida and have a record for never having ailed to make' .. 4
: I while; tearing down; nc od 0 money tor those who purchase on our ad.,ce. Come in and let na give you a few pointers. J e ; ,

VEGETABLE : .and building la the rear of his store room.' We will be pleased to show youe..e_ though' yon_do. _not ate to* )invest.- "'s, )

PACKERS : U' ToriiadQInsurance up in theittle" of the banding that -l

u Cask Dealers-.' in- had the Ini rlpt1on. "Sprlngflrfd.. 1S36" : J. &
Crate'Miateri&i rat'on the:iioei. This gut had orid U.Tatt4i -

nally'! beeq|a nint-'ock.: bat bad,been
#' tr B8forme4, Into a percussion cap, :
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j Dealers 'in Earth
presnmabljr.t when this style of armfirstcamejlnto .
FIDELITY BONDS use.. If i he ol(gun
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'IPactlq tap iueData;; con'd ta'k:: .-woatd probably,hav* "a ::, Rooms 8, 9 and,1oJ Frissdl:Bolldiog. Miami, Florida I" .

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I |g Washington -Nov. 7. I .
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::JtR.Ifa : Tit:Portschooner -.n---n I Old Timers are Coming Again. guest of r onor of the capitol. He ar-I f !I
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to' .;t. :The Reliance\ came In late {'[ General and Mrs. Vf. B. battue, rived In: Vashington Friday noon hav-1 I I
terdaY afternoon from Key West I regular winter visitors to Miami and !lug l>c?$ escorted from .Annapolis | ..
lib, a cargo of miscellaneous:freight! who own valuable property and the ,where heft the British fleet'of which
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;\It!'d!and a number of passengers.. I commodious cruising yacht Buckeyeare {I he Is rel Admiral, by rear Admlra! ''I Ii A WorHarmon to the Wise '

.) expected to arrive here on or i I Robley tans! As a ree' ay .*AI I .
:1, Testing Hotel Machinery !I about the 15th to take up their abode rlage of;the king of En;;.-nd he will I

I .'Steam was made at the Royal Palm until late spring.R. be entertained in royal fashion bothat y g i ,
J ",y electric light and heating plant this the E&bassy here and by the pres- Harmon S. Palmer'! of Washington. D.. c., inventor of
'.AtfmornJnc for the purPose of limbering B ,Fickle Injured ident. }Jfe was met by the]British the first hollow concrete block machine in the United
'.sp the machinery and preparing it for cMr. R. B. Fickle, of Buena Vista Ambassador and a delegation of Amer-
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States on May 28. t go i. secured No. 674,874,
I' } tie.approaching. winter run. happened'\to a painful accident yes- leans Representing; the Army. Navy patent
terday that ,will necessitate his confinement and the:.departments. After luncheon' on his hollow concrete block. Immediately infringers
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tWill i Go On Cruise to his home for several Jays.I at the Embassy he was driven to the sprang up everywh gre. The Patent Title and Guarantee
$" 11: Dr.. C. W. Wetzel has about finished i Mr. .Fickle. It 'appears, was engagedIn White find to present his compliments Co., of New Y ork.])l and the Pacific Patent ProtectionCo
tt renovating and refitting his auxiliary i I moving the old Clyatt stable In' a personal letter of feud-'' of San Francisco. both representing millions of
t; cruising yacht>Aberonaand will leave the city and was knocking out some j I station from: King Edward to the. presl- dollars capital, agreed to take up the matter and protect
.i d at an early date accompanied by Mrs.Wetzel I supports when the Building! began to dent I| was accompanied by' his ,' his patent against all infringers. One by one these O
for an-extended cruise among: topple 'and fen contrary to Jbe wayIt i suite a:1d'was' presented to the president -; unscrupulous have been out of business.It "
usurpers put
the keys. of the lower coast. was wanted part of. the frame' and .Irs. Roosevelt, the vice presIdent -
becomes our duty as owners of Dade County.ltenitory
striking Mr. .Fickle and injuring his i. and Mrs. Fairbanks 'and to all'' -
!Schooner Edna and May.Here back whl'e the cornice: caught, and I|lot the {Cabinet Members who were !' to warn the piiblic that all buildings erected with ;

The schoner Edna and May came in wrenched the ligaments' in one of his also present' with their families. The hollow concrete bocks are subject \Ito royalty and -
'(this mornng. from the keys with a legs by pinning It to'the ground-...He meetlngbetween; the president ana mechanics' mile:flame was not settled. .
.. :?Bomber ot.passengers and a heavy was'removed to his home and medical the prince f' was characterized by near ': T Do not be by oily or bombastic statements. :

x :fref&hL.The:. vessel usually p'ies between attention given the injuries which are tir.ess and EIl'?=,Uclty. When' the pro- ,j[ H. S. Palmer is the only man who uses the. word ,.
.Planter: and KeyWesfhut made i painful but not serious. senta.Ioutl had been made 'tbey..chaUe. "Hollow" in his contracts with buyers of machines.' ./

: this trip on ,account' of the demandfor !' f' Informally' discussing the voyage of It is the only hollow concrete block up >n which the ... ,
transportation here of then. people EXPOSITION .: BUILDINGSARE the prince,' tI, who spoke of his p'easure word "P atente d.. appears.'I '\.'''
and freight:' NOW COMPLETE at bin reception here and of of his a. 1m'ration'ibf
I the Capitol. ,J" It is to your interject to remember that we are sole g
v? <- ; ? II owners of Dade County. Florida rights, and that weiiuciiu
n;1, :;Came In At New Cut I And All Counties are Arranging Their smartest :.... _..J .._ ___..__.. .L'!.._ i
The schooner smack Gertrndebound Booths AttractivelyThe The affair of his entertainment lu pruicciRose t.UJIUIo ;
ic; .
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.. from Jacksonville for this port. came here.,- was the. reception and II 'J,
P*, ft"in last'night and bean the distinction exposition buildings to be used dance git en foKhlm at the British J

.1: a ct being the first vessel to, enter the during the coming State Fair at Tampa Embassy t'!4ast nigh The .house'Is an Concrete Go { "- 1 1 }
via the. new ship channel now be- November 15 to 30, are now compete elegant I one situated"on Connecticut ,
', ,Iq'cut through the land from the bay and ready for use and all coun- Afenue.t e main artery of the fashilouable .
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I to; the,ocean, and,strange.to say foundpet ties participating are arranging their Jj rt of the cltyv It has recently I', ,'" ,.,
way'aero.s ,the bar without going booths In a most attractive manner.. tttfen refurnished and redecorated I t ";
'aground. 'The'captain *of,,the Gertrude. 'The buildings all of which have by Mfr' Mortimer. Duran ,be present .fly
it seems, being unfamiliar with J been,painted white, are the most attractive ,- Ambassador and for the first time .r I t' F
t"the* entrances to Biscayne Bay: mistook I ever seen In the South. The for a nuipbjr of years has been the ,j tI1.i
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the new ship channel for one of: fair will be an Immense-success in scene ot'some enjoyable though very i
the" regular channels and came Into every feature and every citizenof ellcusl8ocial: -I'; affairs.. Miss'Duran I !' -:
|t! It before he discovered Us mistake. Itffrwoald Florida should attend.' The amusement -,I the dauter' of the, Ambassador Is a> .
have been more difficult for him attractions wlfl be superior' toaDY charming girl and Is considered the
to have gotten out again than It would ever brought South. As an Illus- fittest horsewoman in the citrIt Is -" '
f ef shire on In no'the dredges dropped tratlon.Flghtlng the, Flamesthe great probably' ue to her Inclination! anticipated\ and a number of society prince's tmsy diy. H. drone about the awards contracts; but f-the second %r
their lines and let vessel by, thus glv- I ffbat the rather depressingmsnsfoa.as which. Is causing lamentation among .
est spectacular production ever seen gayety people have come home earlier! .y andj Tintea toe eapitoi ana, taeCongressional '" '
II I tag her an honor, and ,distinction her at Coney Island New York's famous been opened to society.t than unsealed in the hope of being i Library. He will be the employes. H provides. that no
,.bad not expected to acquire.' amusement resort, has been secured !But even yet the doors are fromi J Jbring among the' rtQnate So great Is the entertained'1 at luncheon at the 'New officer shall perform or be engaged 'l.
great win be shown In : wi f I' at a cost and open Lumber of officers of the Army and Willard by LJent General has
been the of
It custom
!. NOTICE Tampa I an entertainment at the British Em- Navy and of officials In civil life, De- In the fternoon he witnessed theCavalry _
AH lands:under toy control ,are ,Cheap rates will be'in effect from ""*sy settles one's social position Ik j sides the diploma who are necessarily drill at Fort Myer and got an a great number outside of ,the employes to <1'f'1
engage in work which their
\ posted and anyone caught hunting or all points and ample accommodations the capital. I among the,Invited that there was idea of|:the expert horsemanship: of !
government
connection with the work,
; trespassing will.be prosecuted to the ,for all visitors at low rates Is guar. I Invitations os to this reception and but a small sprinkling- ,of the "merely* the troops there. ':
(mat:of.thee law.,B.I* Mills;'agent. anteed. J' dace for,\'the prince have been eager-, \ Information:and materials It furulahed .!
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; and the :special training It afforded
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The pine Is a handsome man of made:possible and which:frequently .'

.. middle age and his manner hal beeD doubled,the salary'paid'bl the'
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; r it I" t ;. \ so democratic and unassuming that he I,government That this work was_done ys" '
baa rived, the warmest welcome In time paid for by tiegovernment
everywhere. At the reception given I I was accepted as a matter of coarse. .
him by Governor Warfleld In the Executive The new rule will'cat this out.and re:1:
How about that t new Hat ? mansion; he placed every one'J duce the Income. of a large cumber i

at, ease 4i y of his everything simple) and hearty Americans appreclatlon I. "

He requested Mrs. Warfleld to show,
him"the'11 house and when she had Jon I

4 f I so he\hankeJ her and said. "It is socharming .f.. # .,, !':.
Are you, still' wearing fyour old seedy out-of-date so home like and 'coiy. :i

}' r: straw or.felt. hat ? Perhaps you have been. thinking to let Is jtst\the]}ln."NNIWhen-the! kind of a governor home I like re- .: ..

3 of.getting a, new"one, i|md was merely waiting for ia visit he took him Into his \
rs private I cabin xon the war ship, the ):
,. the new shapes to come in ? ? ? ? ? Drake snd him the picture .
show
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:- j" t : I!:of his wife and spoke of ,
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I I the pleasure of quiet home life. ,t.
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( il The fret that accom Dlea him lies ;
f off Annapolis and constitutes as line a i'

iDon'twaJ' { longer to buy a Hat J I!displayJbf* war vessels as one ',could Don't Be tte 1

any .. ; I I':wish and to |see.American In addition Squadrons to the anchor.1 British last j

.}.. Ii led. there, there I Is a line or torpedo Man in your town to order ::1
i!boats, the prison ship Santee and new garments for the: fall and :1
received 1906.
;We 'have/just our big shiprpent several government tenders. winter
season. Have them

felt hats in' the'.new Knox and Young |Bros.. styles.: . ;... 4' "I i I As a !result(I II of the recent Investigation made by'.a_

I All are Beauties and as most styles are ,medium In [lithe Agricultural Department John Sewell& Bro. b

i '1 wider! rims, 'they: are just the thing foil a.summe: : '. :'\ w Cj IT" i I Secretary: orders!h Wilson with a has view issued to preventinga t1l'0'official I Miami's foremost clothes mak. ;1

climate., .k cool and by ,Aiming down r : ![' repetition of the scandals. The I will '
: t '' first provides that employes sha'I not',ers. They be.up to date ,

J the brim shade;your eyes from the glare, of the street -- '' 9'I I'I have any connection with firms, corpuratlodi in every respect. Rememberthe ." J.

i'. tr .. ....:.. z+l lw : I I Department or companies from, whom I spot. ......
the buys or to whom itT 3M BISCAYNE'
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4, M. Orit* 1 Sporting! Goods_ Store Itf A

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I '" k. Fishing ;;Tackle EastmanKodaks.Kodak' '
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4 t =. Abo Fawn'} Nutria, Belgium, Etc, \Ii S n iJesli'. \i. ;.

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Nassau/ Shells and Tracht' S!" I
Supplies
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1 : Young Bros. Hats, $3 f 9.al1d' $3.50 ::till including fenders: polishU. > : ,." :

I Knox Hats,' '$5.QQi.i and.6:00: v'Oiit cc/ brass''',httmes. bunch A .,

.: n -' whistles and side bgthsl: S
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T \OfU hip clocks; etc etc etcJ. iIi '
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sell can hui.1fhe nthony' R / .. '
"> ,.We the best that'money = rnfh CoVe :U/ -\t
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\ \vant the, World, qJ know : .' 'V" e, WORTHINGTON, '
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Office'Phone 35 f\ Me KING Residence 'Phone 68
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I e-regular weekly dance will take $1,500 wilt!!!?purchase one-half Interest I :: : of Music Notes | ORDER A CASE OF
THE BEST.
place Thursday evening at the Fair In good paying business. Box 457 I.I oa4.uRE

III building. or F. C.BrossIer &: SoD.%(. Avenue D ,dears within-- reach when abort R
"A Mills Lucille Peck will recite Friday .Better have one or tits.food nl..

01 ier ppLr.5 I Ulsa Rosa Hefty, of OJui. slater ofMr.Cupar W. E. b Mkthews and H. C. Pritchett Miss evening Ethel Sefton at the is Methodist doing fine church.work TonicBrow than a/dozen of Inferior quality. ..

Hefty of this city U spend popular traveling men from Jacksonville in will the Havana tobacco may be hl elocution and graduate
20& STREET
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ing the day In town. ire transacting business in that does not prevent a'* &t1'I-
coming June.
f Miami today. our eUltomers' excellent ,
We had a. pleasant call from Mrs.
t. FILLER FOR: B CENT ;
Mr. Allen WIgginton 1> laid on the Clemons who I* very much pleased I I m HAVANA .
a K. iarrett. connected with the i!
shelf a few days, but hope to resume with the work done by her little a fine new brain tonic. The Norma Martinez makM a tntf

work this week. F. E. C.| ltway with headquarters: daughter Hannah In the musical kIll' from the Acme Bottling good smoke, but ig the ran aroma,uft .
BOOKSTOREMIVMIJIV at St. Angiastlne, is transacting bus-I \ the best leaf. '
dergarten.The '
Incas In tbd? city today. Works. Our drinksare '(1 ,
Mr. Wm. J. chief assistant Cara! Schumann also the
Krome. Club
HAYES
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engineer, to Mr. J. C. Meredith, baIretUl'Ded -e Fanny Mendelssohn Club, meet FrIday -
Miss MayjWbrley. who has been ab-, We Use only fine .
to Miami. afternoon, when election of officers gran- THE CIGAR MAN
sent from;jlllaml through the summer
ulated in
: will take place. The nomination sugar syrups OPPOSITE> HOTcEL BISCAYMKP. i
visiting atjdlfferent points in the south

.. .. i1 Mr. E. 0:Sewell. who was expectedto Is expected tome this month. of officers had been'left to a com- Acme!

\ I'' reach Miami last night from Net ,,.!'1 t, mltee, last week. Bottling C. Brossier: & Son

; WeHave York, did not arrive; but win probablybe Wanted To borrow |7. 0tt on security Mrs. J. G. Saxeiby and Miss Bessie
: VIer paid the Conservatory a much I i WorksMb Successor to'Co C. Carroll. >the t
the
.. among passengers arriving tonight valued at $20.000. Interest at
Wilson appreciated t S per cent Apply to Beck, -
Huddlestonl Hatched. Building.Mr. will resume their piano studies next ii Special Bargain List t *i j.t:

MacfV Miss Willie Hahn entertained a few week. This month we offer the foUow-'

friend at her home l..t..Yenlnl' most Mr. and.Mn. Moseley l jad daughter I I ing list of property, and world be 4glad
1 E. Mdor Law, M. D. D. 0. S.Physician togo into the details with jov. .
p'easantly. Those present were Misses Miss MargUerite MoseleyJorm a pleasant EXTENSION LABORERS I
a good many enthusiastic If you will watchthis pace yon
.. Wllie Hahn Ethel Clancy, Eva Yarborough familjr party from Grand Rapids.Mich. LEFT THE TRAIN and Surgeon I will be. able to pick np some good.
Dental Specialist
friends'among housekeepers ; Messrs. T. F. McAnUffe, no,rin the city and who will Medical Dental paying property.. -

by unusual values of thr Frank Carlin and George Carlln.If probably attend the winter here. Above Jacksonville and Seventy five Gcactorj Urinary and/Dial 8u.....,.,. CrobaLinearsottgora r.r S.le r
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I of Them Took to Woods t I au4nridgewurklSeeing |
y If you want a good cheap lot, let
Cut Glass yon want a,real cheap lot on'' Capt. T fiM. Rlckards, one of the t Lot-' u. show, you ,the one ,we. have. on,

th street sea us quick. J. H. Tatum 'I pioneer settlers..,. of Dade county came The pa'lce were Informed today by I Miami by antomohfle. taro Second street, for $450.A .

Co. down thus,;tDornlng. from his home at a conductor of the Atlantic Coast Line ton ft ElD g, opposite postofflce, new 4 room house aDd lot.
II China Boca Raton' and Is greeting friends .an up-tmape car for burn.Fine House painted and celled and ia
Railway! that 75 or more of the la bor
and transacting H business\ in Miami. rl i ii good condition for a: abort time.
latest report from Dr. Jackson ,. ers-brought South from New York I i cash, $ .
The only. ,00 ,; "aVt'*;='I.-- t
concerning .his mother's- condition Is I Fs to"work.on ,the,Key West extensionof i nep' house for sate..Lt .a bl( A good businet. _ofaeudeooe- _'

IJ ilc811ver'.. '' that she Is Improved In some ways I FnrnUhe4,Rooms $:I! per reek. Letr- rift Ftort.ta! East Coast Railwayed' sacri:lee and only part casni- t>atanc property on* Avenue D and 3rd at.

,r j -- is' 'Hestaa'ra, 810 Avenue D., 150 ft Are. D dnd 100 It o0 3rd. '
; quit the special tralu they were irave easy monthly payments. J. H. Tatnm on f
but In,others la still in a grave con ,
Jfwtich they find''here and dition., Mrs. Jackson: wife, of Dr. f' _.- ing on at Grand Crossing,. Just out- 01: Co I!I, I IN I' This property haa-dt Uuig, bark land
fruit oalt '
about Mr., andiMrs. E. O. Tweedell of Cut- side the limits, had trees: vCheap,caak. a
and taken
It'ls city
,carry'awayl: Jackson. U fast recovering from a N II. I ITry ; 1 house and Jot on 14th atreet.
ler, Inline for a few days
time to do little overhauling few days Illness.If are city refuge in the pine woods, says the thoM! homemade cakes and pies between avenues Band C. -This- -

'now to have the table while ,Mr|frweeden; 1s attending the. Jacksonville Metropolis. at Leffler'si Fresh snppiy every day. house ta completely fur ittbed. and .f*
I I regular meeting of the Board'of County This" morning early Chief of Ponce ready for occupancy;baa all cPQyca-
look its best 'and'most appetizing there happen to be found In any I' : ,..
Commissioners, of which he Is a VInzant sent Detectives Crawfordand t it iences. Term reasonable\ putt; i

for winter! appetite of the Metropolis' attractive advertisements member. .il| Cahoonout to Grand Crossing We charge, no toll to cross our 12th I cash balance 1, 2 and J jears.vestigUte Lw-:t :..
: or Job work this wees,snehwor3s street bridge to any one who boys, a this. *- ...
.. t; to Investigate the report. The-rail In A nice country house, >n malsi ty((
as "Papa. "Bring the paregoric Mrs. Guild Smith, a prominent mu- i lot ot us Riverside or to any OIwh.3 / '
road-officials Informed there
I ," or any other such,superfluous sicbln were by rents!;and occupies a nose on tboronghiare" to the AJIapattak
aDd |locatlonbt of this city reports -
MAYNARD &: SONJEWILERS.lANDOPnCUHS the .railroad employees that the. laborers country. near post-office,school and \\f
words, our readers may understandIt I any of said lots. We ave decided
I I a yen large, and rapidly advancing left the train at Yulee, twen- store, short ride to.to".., Thin'
;a* our efficient ad. man, 8. C. Zlm- elks of piano pupils. She to sell tickets to regular patrons at property baa an abundance of all ,
miles from the
,; + j'merman, and'his wife are rejoicing has recent!t added to her already comfortable ty-flve city The police halt regnlar rates. Cal ana tie* kind.of fruit trees 'a ,ni e-l'UHlti.<
will lookout for
keep the
./t I'[over the arrival of a beautiful girl.., home, and has a I large, air; a strangerswho J. H. Tatnm *: Co. !I II house, well'nni hed. barn and wbTt!.
I gas.
I roo'm'.for are said to be a tough lot of citizens hoi,ses. Seven acres,bnprored..'" 4F
I .. the classes.Notbing.Icer and they will be arrested for J I This IS true-halt cadl.
.... a bargain: .
Last OB 7th Iwt., Avenue D
on
11! If Best table board 14 per week. 14.x',f fRestaurant1 ? SASUU.UU.. .
ti I vagrancy they are caught loafing price
Next to PostofIcct.: Ii or, Lemon City road a large enxelope '
( t
desirable
[ ? .or more in.t"a<.- .-..rille. 619 Aienne D. I Here ia something a a tiunteeas i
Thos.
addressed to J. Peters Guinea, 1 last
.. than'the homemade pies and cakes I property that wont loojf. .Tbi&>
1 Cuba, eoutal 11llc'eoDtraeL Finder will ii property i i. within one-half block of'
to .be.bad24Dnly, at. Lefrer'a.Fresh For your bathroom fixtures to i Fifty loads well rotted stable manure -
please leave with W. (X>Bayers., corner ) go the post-of lce. The lot;ia '25x150
Avenue D and Uthstreet.Mrt'O. .. W. J. Brown In the new Front Building one year. old. for sale cheap I(0 feet and baa a strictly modern two-vt

DoflSell > t homemade' cakes and plea at /corner Avenue D and llth street taken at once. Miami Transfer Co.! tory stone building, which is 25x75'*""
.
1 Dogs L_ mer'*. tom.: : y I r; ,t feeL The first contains a' tors'
D. Drossier'entertained at i '
whist it, ;* Forty acres fine vegetable land- Miami Yacht Agency. P. O. Box S3. I 25x75. the second which IS 25do.qc
last in honor Miss I
evening o( The
is divided into a flat cootaini
beaCjn'party which Mrs.,, M. V. ir
pine and ditched prairie-for rent In buy and sell yachts launches and
Isabella Duffyof Key West her : I four large rooms, with bath aU
But I can a'
give you, Brown ten'dpred! : a fewfrienJs yesterday quantities to suit; at a bargain, at boats of alt kinds. If you want to biiy baIL All conveniences. This .
charming guest for a fortnight. Dainty property
refreshments were dispensed and the 'I was it|hh oDe''exeoPuon a most I Arch Creek depot This property I or sell give,. us a call M. R. Helium J is rented for the tint year at..

enjoyable tiCca.loi The one marring should he seen to be appreclated.Tht manager. I"" fit $(,IJ() 00. and the second at $720100. !
,
Pointeroagour ,
heartily enjoyed by all. The
game '
!feature otibe; day .was an accident subscriber will be found on premises If yon want a safe an :
guests were Misses Irene Jaadon. Isabelle foreman :
,to'Res.. H:}G. Port er-who was among John H.Welsh. "tf Wanted I investment secure this at ones:
Duffy, Maude Coachman,' Capt. -, The ii reasonable amd
the ,and which I i price very
numb4 was a source I q
ELECTRICAL Work Jaadon Messrs. Freeman 'BurdlDe. .. 'D- For frultiaad vegetable farm. Man I terms cany.- ,
much '
to'all-though
of pained regret 1
.
B.: HlnUm. rUE RACKET STORES who understands grove work, setting Here is a property in a beariagJcjjrapef
the D 1ju ht. o serious developments '
day << '
nit and which
t
trees, budding, etc. Apply In person orangegrot'e
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C. II. BROWN anijhe' remained at,the beach is seldom offered for Male at.the
Charcoal 'broiler for sale. Dnpas- to M. S Burbank, American Nut aid
till the pats returned lathe afternoon Tilt PUCE- I price asked. This property COM ,
Electrical: Contractor, .1113 A veJ C quet Hunt *: MOIteaeae- 'make." Apply as:arranged. It sems that at the Fruit Co. |r talus ten acre and bas 1475 trech.,

no, 1th street,! landing across' the' bay: the'tide was : part bearing/ 600' to bear next =

REWARD year, and 300 the year hJlowiajj ; t
out. and ft Jras necessary for the pavWngen ,
Here is the list y
The choir' In the M. 11:. lurch, :
MOFFAT'SDairytunch I j, on-ihe: launch to go aft.. l"r 50 crapetruit.. beariDC"t t
: (d. I South' has been recently re rgtnl.r-: *) orue' basso, uuaoxouuubly caughtin Comic() Post I will pay |2S: for evidence to n- 50u tbear next; seat *

to some extent, and tinder the directorship \ .. *
the anchor which was hanging o* vlct persons of stealing fruit. from my 300 bear in two years, .

of Mr. Oscar T. Conkllnl: who oDe side ti the boat his left leg re grove. J. I M. Key MlamL I 100 orange' ,.. bearing' '. t
Is a fine leader as well as possessing 100' bear D ztyeap th
'jfvere -
calved a bruise. The pain
..
: a"highly cultivated volce.there will (Cards'U 350 buddi'nfr stock
was latenl{for -some t time but"an
50 .
trees (avocado.
be"good music at everyservice.: The : pear ), {.
abet
htm
gathered 'and eoITeye.1ItmIn .25 mango trees. .z #
: including members rare Misses Lennie Scale*, a tart|to the pavilion where he ONEGENTADRWQ! Q Situated on the famous Oraaee. (-
Eyetyrtfog new. ?
aad: 1Iam1e' Simpson' soprano; ,Mrs. was made'eomfortablennd by remaining t I '\ ., ". i Glade rock roa J, l1 V mile! > from tie ;i

the LMrrrdrfig making the VanCollough' alto; Mr, O.',T. ConklIn. on apt, man' to. partially. ., .. ., I I IL.or city. The price and terms' an sash. 'fl-

; tenor; Messrs.-. r. ChalHe. andMat uting. 'Those that will move this protnptljIf. .
enjoy t the, composingthe you are feeling blue; come! 1IaJe51 tub +tastersoak roller. top interested write or call at once.
dea est .air neatest ,fin- Jooetv.. bams.. Miss. Anna- :Peckv-organ-- party-were Bey..and. Mrs. H. GJ around and : r 4.k. 1..1re at t1aIe oIIIce. t#0

: bL, Porter 'Revj and lira. L. 8. Rader, ; see.-pur: line of' 1lac acb ,. offer for oM Tlctnr Recada Z 1,4,: Ye.D. Wwm 214 Ad3rt Si:; t

'sits room f i fin Ae diy. Hr.and It,.' Keysler. Mr. and Mrs., I comic'post cards and have a f MACHINE write to.(''0 METROPOLITAN_ XZI Mali al.. Jark.o.rltkIla. T LKU(6 P. 0. Box 457.'Miami. Vloridx, .
..
Dr. E.aa H., Armstrong,:'the..eye and SJ.. Vi, Brows Mrs.- Shepherd. Mrs. laugh..v We also have a large Catabgwfr..s tMiaini \4

AN '1 HCAL::=PLACE' nerve peclalIst.voC Jacksonville' ,' will 9.B.> Anitman Mrs. J, N. Lummus line of ''Souvenir postals ahd '('

i fOR OLDIES: : beat WandzT.the Hotel Biscayne;on Nor 25 and children veri. Messrs-Ralph'Rader and' fine Souvenir China.A Con-se-1Y.1Q.rgofMusk.:

Tom <> u. ,

"' I II 225 Street '.. ,,6.'
saloon TjvelfUi
Not- Connected with- a' Do not forget that Dr...E. H.. Armstrong The acttUl work of laying the stone ?, ., ;
\ ,
rI .
and staff of eye and nerve specialists in, S. Jt f.j'amm'l new residence in .plaoo awl dreg wtt eack 25e Mrchase ,I r rlllllUllUICDIII Lr. Bush, Dir Rion f t'

". tterml ilk> every' day etc ,"of Jackson vine, will be here at Riverside:'has begun and will be rushed 1
European trained acuIty An artist in ciarre ;
'::w. a glass; Light refreshments -. the'Blscayne Hotel November 25, 28 rapiai (through to compeUo&Ur. _AND EVERt'THINo- ment.i Piano, Pipe Or 1 Voice '..Violin Mandolin ottadlaepaxs.,. Eloc ,

served. 'dur.i .-' and 27. They request that all their Tatum'expreting to occupy it'not hates SELL IT CHEAPER- tion. Physical Culture Bch.*German and Spanish. ,Harmony -

*.i ing all .hours.; former patients; "'come to'the; hotel than'January 15th The walla will and History of Music Classes. 'Barrow's Kindergarten "

for composed Primirj Music Qassea :r ':,; :: Send fr.cata' --, ,
an Inspection of their case and be of boIl concrete btocfcs: W. H. Chaille & Son "" iDiplomas'
I
would lnvlle| .others'who are'In the i'of the Art Stone Construction
13th any } Produ tt
3rd door east ot Avenue D on '
.street.;Front Bnildiag4Maimt4la need of their4services to see th_ Company- ".ji' : 1211 Avenue D : Granted Upon Graduation.. ,


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,Fs.6E,51X, THE DAILY ''MIAMI METROPOLIS, -MiAMI, FLORIDA., WEDNESDAY- .NOVEMBER. 8, 1905Catlin 1Z .
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t for the purposes and uses therein .ex name to and executed the foregoing
natety these young men were near. '
t ), Theywill carry me to the house." I \ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS pressed.It articles of Incorporation. 'and for
and 1he II I As she brat over him the girl allowed 'witness! ,..whereof I have hereunto the articles of Incorporation of the

her sunbonnet to fall back. Cat set my bind and official seat this'' 2d Miami transfer Company.'ell dU ac-

Multimillion9 9 ,lln was directly In front of her and he
rauidit hU breath a little at what the CITY IB! I,such operations. N. P. S. '!:; May Robinson f f for the purposes and uses therein,n 3
art ro ratal. The girl was not merely
dJress"By >< An Ordiance to Amend Section 7 of I limiting 11, Notary Public. pressed.
Without In particular
the any
pretty at he bad at first thought;
't.+i Frank H.-S'ttHn wan l iK-aiitifnl. Article;;!, of the Ordinances of the I I any of the objects and powers of the My commission expires May 12.1908.I It witness whereof. I have hereuntoset .'::}

'( .... Au hour later the three were standIng City' of' [jJlaml, relating to Revenue corporation, It Is hereby expressly de- State of New: York J j my hand and official seal this 84 ,.,[ ,

r : Or>ri,=Iit. ran "t' FraI.1I ]i. Snit out under one of the' trees on the TaxatlQJ and Licenses.Sectioojl. I II clared provided that the corporationshall County of Niagara., ... i day -of October. A. D. IMS. 4

I i"'II. I II >; Be It, ordained :by the have power. to Issue bonds On this;:day personally appeared;, be N. P. S. Ceo. G. Sheppard.
t: They '11'flfeeplDc alone the i 1J I "I tell IOu fellows! ," Catlin was saying '
connITJ fore me !James T. Bmndage. 10 me Notary Public.Patterson
City Council! of the City of Miami that and other obligations in payment I
If.f t road, with the HUD just rifting o".rt1I I "it's our duty to stay and pick the welt. bon of the :: described A Erwin
is U one persons
| the old It's too bad for Section 7Jpf 1 Article 1 of the ordinances for property purchased or acquired -
for man.
HI>|> CR ''I
the bills In the east. Birds were Hoiking I
,\,:: him to mint the fiftieth year." of thtl'Clty of Miami, relating to by It. or for any other object 'In. and who subscribed j jkis 1 Attorneys for Incorporators.
'f t among the brancbes and iu the
Too bad for you to mis* anotherchauce revenues!!; Uoa and licenses, be In or about Its business; to mortgage -- -
I
field'*, pr* aring for early migration
J4IpeD
of looking Into Miss Gerty's amended 3>o u to read u follows: or pledge any stocks, bonds or other
south, awl mingled with the "
suggested Burke. t
nA.truBiTuotM 'WPre'fII'"tUIJIODIlI' ryes. you mean Section!7. The City Council of obligations, or any property, real per-
Terhaps,1" eonipoMedly. "They are ;
etar;dominating whtotleti of the quail certainly worth looking Into.: But we said dtyrthall.4 at IU first regular' sonal and mixed which may be acquired

,and ,the soaring 'medley of the bobo- I can pick two days and still have time, meetingIn July, or as soon thereafter by it. to secure any bondsjiotes Miami Business Directory

ttnX. The road was 'not bad for ,aoumtry to reach Aunt Iteulah'fr the date act. as practicable{ ascertain and, deter or other obligations by It Issued or Incurred J .

\ .rued though they often bad to The trout fishicg doesn't matter" mine the Amount of money to be raised ; to make and perform contracts .0 1
?- "All right. Catlin." Burke laughed. tat for city and the of kind and description ""j i
swerve to oue side or the other to by purposes any ;
"1 don't mind staying. But you had The' ut of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In the>
a void a deep rot or wanbont. and there better mind on the multiessand rate forgeneral purposes shall not and In carrying out: its business, or 'I!j list below the addresses of Miami Merchant under
keep your
,-" wer"* many steep bill where they bad leave me to talk with Miss Gerty." be mor|+ .'than ten (10) mills on the I for the purpose of attaining or farth f i' classified heads for ready reference. .

to dismount J and walk and many Two mays later they stood under the dollar on the real estate and personal inc any of Its objects, to do any and .

\..bt're,the descent was too abrupt same tree. The apples bad been picked prppertjfjln the City of MlamL all other acts and things which are THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. BURDINE A QUARTERMAN

,.' totrnst in brake. and barreled and shipped. Two bicycles 'The city. Council may also levy an now. or hereafter may be authorised .

Bit tlie glorious morning compensated were leaning against the tree. apparently additional tax of not exceeding three by law and to exercise any and another Dealers In Groceries. Hay ; Dealers la Dry Goods Notions
tor\It' all and they ready for departure. The J! Grain. :1 ?
presently
mills tots repairs and Internal Improvements powers which a copartnershipor
Influence third was mUninz. Catlln looked cool CoyA4 4th Fla.JE. and Ladles' Furnishings.
Catiln'sde.y D and St.
i 1 yielded to Its, and and not exceeding ten natural person could do and exercise ,
broke Into a swlng4ng and composed; the others were plainlyannoyed.
inellowyvolce. .. mills fa/streets parks buildings and and which are now or hereafter } L..BRADY A CO. -
> ,bicycle song, which the other: two j 300402 12th St. Its
"You can gve that letter to Aunt other improvements to'-lie places to may be authorised by law.Article Fancy Grocers. Hay, Grain

Beulah.-Catlin was sayfjig to Burke. the credit of the Commissioner of 3. The amount of the capital ibid Mapes Fertilizer I i
"It tells her the multi;('u business Is J. .. SCREVEN,
Public 4Works.The stock shall be Fifty Thousand
Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables!

I Iii off.and give She wilt yon, look the good after time you as all sched right City Council may also levy such ($50,000.00) Dollars divided Into Five 12th Street. Cor. Ave U1 Miami] Fla. Dealer
In Patent lido
t uled. You might add of your own accord additional tax pot exceeding fire Hundred (COO) shares of the par value Drags ( -'
". mills iii| be necessary for lighting LUMitIIjDealer 'jI clnes. Toilet Articles. :StatJcsjsrf >J JSfc
that you left me well. may of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars I J. E. &- i "; "

TH tell her yon are working on a th -dtJ. each which. shall be payable! la lawful: anti f ,

farm as a common laborer" grumbled Section !.,, All ordinances and partsof money of the United States of Amer la Groceries' DOT .Avenue D. ; :Miami. VU

4 Burke. "But, brat I-'e"JOt a good ordinances la conflict with the pro- ica. Fifty (50) per cent of said i Hay and Fertilisers j i'
mind to go in and tell the old man and
Ulss Qerty just what yon are-a wolf visions hereof}i be and they are herebyrepealj capital stock shall be subscribed and (35 12th Street. ,Miami., na.J YOUNGVPHARMACYDrugs ,

tat sheep's clothing." paid for ID'euh before said corporation ." ToOet

..J5t 'Oh.'Do. yon bavent." smiled Catlln., Passed October 10. A. n.. IMS. shall transact any-business, sad I A. ,J, CAMPBELL. J Articles -Perfumeries,, Ita1

-r,. known yon too long. Burke. Too | I" W. BaIaD. the balance shall be payable In cash Clctk. ,
couldn't'do a thing like;that If yon CouDcILA.tteatf er la Dry Goods tlonery ,etc.: PrescrtptfeM ,
|| President of City upon call of the board of directors. '
tried. Wen. goodbyl" ]I. B. Kellum. tan. Gents' Furnishings., f carefully compounded.1U ,
Four days later a letter cam! to Cat- Article 4. The corporation shall
.
Avinne Avenue D. Wand, Ha,
|| City Clerk.' til & Miami. Fla ,
UIhullilrj tin. It read:. continue and have fun power to exercise -
10 A. D ,1905.II >
1 Mj Dear 1Ie-"-Tou'r* a. foot And after Approved October its corporate franchises privileges -
the way 1 raised you too But It doecn'tto John Sewer .ARMSTRONG- .. GROCERY.' c .CO. 'THE RED .CROSS PHARMACY
and Immunities for the term of .
much issuer, now. VOm Clsflln willnot if I' I -
come for .several. eks> Tou will gt Mayor ninety-nine (M) years from and after : 'Denlerilc: Drags, :Medldaes. 'J t
welby that thus 'f Fan line of staple sad fancy groceries, Articles.7'Prescripdonl V
1 the commencement of Its corporate Toilet
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= jCt ID'. letter'In'" -a'nswer. ,'.a .l'week.* afterward Nona Of LNCORPORATKXi existence. 'fresh meats, vegetables poultry, etc carefully commanded.iMafl
read( 't .
!
e 'S" lljr,Dar Aunt-There's BO chaae whatever To Whom It May Concern: ,Article 6. The business of the'corporation I I 1 1'I. orders promptly attended to. .t

A or my getting welL I haven spoken Node* Is hereby given that the undersigned shall be conducted by a board ''I.New ,Prout, Bids.'11th st. Avenue. D 12th St, Cor. Ave. 0.: Ykb
; r!t. bat I begin to see It la her eyea. Oer-
t t.- + .i ty U the \.f...t.*t.ctrl lathe world.-.Tra Intend to'apply to his Excellency of not less than three (S) directors, a

1 : stopping with,ber uncle.tUeharS Parka Napoleon P. Broward. Governorof president, Tlc-presldent secretary,

4'k but perhaps Burke' told you '1 : the State of Florida for letters treasurer and general manager and Contractors Property Owners
Six da"Ia r'. Alp
_e patent on the proposed charter such other officers, agents and em
f My Dear r-Tou'n.: a. pr d n, with a
cats faculty of sticking on your feet beret :'ittached. yTolled ployes as'may from time to time be

I SOT .IIIM' OTKB,'TH* OtBIt 'ALLOWEDw MlM Clo/1In' name It Gertrude and her day of October A. D., 1905. elected or appointed by the board ofdirectors.
uncle Ja Richard Park She wrote that If don't want to SAVE MONEY
/
amt BtrX OKJIET TO_PALL HACK. you
be bad met with some kind of accident i.f;| J. T. BroDd.ge.itl Any two of said offices except
caught UP and' Bent ringing across the and .that she would remain with him a J U Hanley. the office of president In the discretion we can't help ou.if you do, come to '

_ fi>U with the rhythmic- fullness oftfree".Uong'cntvated'rolcea few week,longer |I & Patterson. of the board of directors, maybe :
whose Catlln'n reply, three days later:,
owner wireallowlBK their hearts and My- Dear Au'nt-I discovered beriut || CHARTER. I IThe filled number by one of and the the directors same persons.of the The J. A. pLcDonald Co.And .

the before letter arrived. .
oafonuuUled thought* to well np tmronaHnwIy name day your We; .the. undersigned, do hereby .
I asked her. and she Mid yes. We will be. corporation! ball be fixed from timeto
In tbeir llp", and which with ;youthe first of the_month.U4 socials.ourselves together; for the pure I Your Material
.,...aud fell and wavered under the ------- pose; organizing a body corporate time by the by-laws, but the Dum.ber Buy Building '-
swift motion -of the ninger As it ( It All PIa...*. I of JtorThefonowlng If fixed at more than three shall -
1 "the laws of the State -
finally died, away and their speed :In the early days of lotteries In Eng ldL UDdeJ be some multiple of three. Long Leaf Yellow' Pine and Cypress l'
slackened omewbat one of the, riders land to dream a number was always '
The names of the officers directors -
and
looked w.vas at Catlln."If looked on as the luckiest of omens. On ls the proposed charter ;
a ftbame to break up our outing one occasion a footman having plain for; the Intended corporation: I who. are to conduct the business of all kinds ;

'like tblll,-,l.e called.P" ly' seen some numbers in 'a dream Article L The name of the corporation of the corporation, until those

"1know' but' Aunt Beulah telegrajibexl spent the whole of twenty years savings itaH be, "Miami Transfer Company elected at the first election shall be We_ also sell l Lime, Brick .((4 :kinds), Cement, Sash Doors))';

{/.tor an "to come straight to In purchasing two lottery tickets and its prlndpal place of business qualified are: James T. Bmndage, Mouldings, and whatever:else a builder requiresat
aef country house." bearing his lucky dream numbers, and '
president J. JL Hanlq, vicepresident lowest -
Jin Dade county..' Florida with : possible figure.
-"Tour rirti aunt? when the tickets proved blanks .we :
"Yfsi, ike oue' I toM you war going learn "after a few. melancholy days principal office at Miami Dade county and general manager; s. L. Patterson Yo Know Where' WefAre! : jj 14th Street'": Miami. Ha$
aecretl.r7'nol treasurer and T{
to entertain' tn so lavishly at the end be put al1'.Dd'to his life. In his Florida.

.t ear trip." box Was found"the following plan of Article" 2. The general',nature .of James T. Brundage, J. ]I.Hanley andS. : .. -' ,

i. (,"And'Introduce' : yon',:to"the 'mnltlmllataMtreiwr the manner la which be should spend business to be transacted is to estab- L. Patterson shall constitute the -"l i SEEn ;

grinned the other rider_ the ,OOO prize which his mistress board of directors. t
;Iequire } equip, operate con-
Wb own
'"Preciitely. The multimillionaire*! la curiosity) :
preaerr.a,
:Devoted. to my aunt, and my aunt Is de- "As "soon as I have received the d.ct-ind; maintain\a general transfer The organlatlon and first annual .Burinham1st

vv.d to roe., Ergo we. join bands money I will marry Grace Towers., livery* or"other'" .tnaepoetWon'' feastfT" 'faceting of the stockholders shall beheld
--
e) arocudh* triangle.". but as' she has been cross and coy I Deaij! 1".t. on the 22d day of November AlIX. ,
:; E .
ifKml do yon naDl'mea that yon will me her as a servant. Every ,To:1tar. sell lease or, otherwise to 1905 in the city"of Miami. Dade ;, "c-.I "

will marry bar offhand incredulously.. morning she shall get me a mug of deal to traffic ta automobiles and county. Florida The annual meetings
;or
f' ft really do, Burke' A luuftlmlllloiinhtus strong beer with toast, nutmeg and motor, vehicles of all ktods whether thereafter shall beheld. on the second rS Cia1ISt'If :
'multlmnilon I ,
mean* cares less sugar In M: then 1 will sleep until 10 "
.. \\,000 ,...tbe-,*iji fit of my never seeing after which I'wIII have a large seek: proPened by steam gasolene'electricity Monday January of each and every .

f leer bar photograph adds the neededmmore. .-art;' My.dinner snail'be on table b(Other power. year. i

: i tMe&r of .' But; hello," as there by 1..aad.never without a good pud The officers and board directors Chronic !
To'boy. sen buster otherwise to ( are a sufferer ih.L i :or Blood,Diseases., 'All
:
\ '; weue tk* den AIII .f a'fan and then eliDCI ,will, have a stock of wine of the corporation shall be elected at you
deal'or? automobile and
11 a, taint oiH for IM-IP. -Homebody's: and brandy laid in.' About S In'the to traffle the ant annual meeting of the stockholder Female Diseases and Derangements most successfully treated
\ 9M ped tH.u'.omt.. of those apple treesabove haft.tarts othtiri motor vehicle supplies, fixtures '
|
afternoon I will and jelneiand
$ and at 'eada'nnal meetingof
the bank Hurry; tefowsr: gallon bowl of punch; at 10 a and,'.furnishings' of 'every nature ant I ,Also Rectal and Genito Urinary Diseases
stockholders thereafter but
., .. rlimbnl the bank the rail the ;
tbey, > .
hot supper of two dlabec. If I am In kbuUoenr. '
,suss repeatHl.'muudlng nears ='A If from any cause,an election shalf not -Stal '' Met '
very a good humor ahd Grace behaves br- Tjif establish, squire, ono. equip, U. :. : : : Building
:
taw BtomoiD litter they found 'an old self rite cball alt down with me." be held-on the day of such annual

taws lying down. 'upon, bla. back under operate, conduct and maintain such meetings the corporation) shall not .--

the first tn*. fnlttttr* ......*.. garages and general motor vehicle re on that account be dissolved bat aa
":"M"'nrtr".allbd' Cstlta'solicit- The official pay of the foreign professor pair: :
election shall be called by the directors ;Southern Marble &': Stone
-. at first glane seems absurdly meat{* at such point or. potato within as soon as practicable thereafter, C o. :
-JI-6o, 1 gucM. not. .1o..111Wd witht small In comparison with the pay In the.::State of Florida as' the 'corpora ,
.t ;. ...* todrawB breath of paID *Jn tSMk American Institutions. In Prussia for tion-may desire. due notice of the meeting for that 4 S. HOC AN STRuT:JAcKa NV "LU .t

op cvasiderablv, 1 think. .wlthma example a foil professor receives! bylaw '\. purpose being given according to taw. i Headquarter for
0S* ; hoses,broil_ But I expect $1000 (In Berlin 11200) the first Te.tabBah, acquire own, equip, Article .. The 'highest amount of i

_* _xfenew* :win, have to help, me year to be Increased $100 a year every operate conduct and maintain a line Indebtedness which. the corporation Buildingtone; ,'',:Marble: etc., '
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*bsm, : : fourth year for twenty years.. In addition of automobiles or other motor vehicles may at my time subject Itself to shall
"Of emme." CatBn looked aroood. b* receives an allowance: for
t ,A snort tedder'was. leaning against the house rent' This la,however only the ]between any two or more points not be mjre than'one-half 'of the MOSAIC AND T'I.LE"WORK' "

: tree. That'll do very nicely be said. axed part of his income. The honorarium within the State- of Florida.To1 amount of its then fully paid la capital '
FOR FLOORS. |BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. ..ETC,
"Here. feJlowt- gather'' np, all these ,which he receives from the fees acquire,hy:purchase,'gift. lease, 'stock., fcMssMSMrtij '

.# ttmftf. sacks and sprrad them on th* of,bis. students will vary, greatly, depending exchange' or ,otherwtse:and to' son Article 7. The,names and residences Geacral ,CeaseUrv Wsrfc* etc
; ladder tocmakt It muse comfortable. on the subject taught and the I
leaM or otherwise dispose of, real and of the incorporators of 'company Urpot Wofto UMxotUM FaciUtlM !<... r...... 'Pro:je[...... .
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t., Now sir. when sD was ready ."well 1 attractive power of the teacher. Incomes either. I "- _
personal property or any and the of capital stock subscribed
or amount
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,!'." fi lift yon-as gently as poaaJble. of $3,000 a year,and even larger ; ,.
: ,. "Oh, I dont mind a little pain" the arns; are received In the larger universities interest or estate haeta. without being for by'each are as follows: .

b old sun answered, grtoadng however. bycertaln well known mea..Taking confined to such'tear or personal James T.- Bmndage Niagara fans

>..... they lifted bla"to the ladder.L Into account the fact that th*'foreign property as may be necessary for or N. T, U altareal'J; It. Hanley, Miami, iullikin 6c DeBerry;

"hats tt* apple that's worrying aw professor has a life place that his tncdaenUl to the proper carrying on FU" M shares; S. L. Patterson SO-
rYe been item off to widow anA minor children recetv I *
trot sending
pensions of the business of the corporation, or and FbL, 50 shares. l NtIFACTUR RS''OP- a
A use ftmt, st about this lima for forty: U Is better off, fuuncHHy and -I
2ItI nlr yearn This would make fifty." b far more free from. the anxieties in impart thereof. ," la witness whereof, we have sees IOUCH '
n: -ann win certainly overlook the which come with modest Income than The business'or purpose of the corporation unto set oar hand and seals this Sd AND DRESSED'

'' .slip 0a," said OatBn oonsottagly ; his American brother whose nominal Is from. time to' time, .,' to, douj day of October A. TX 1105.J. .; ;

', ''De" >U' man's face r eteaed.late'a pay is higher-Henry Prttchett- .taAtlantic. -, one or more of the acts ,or tblhgiberfa .
k* sane. "I know I know. Its repfled.'Tlttgws't '. set forth; ana It'may conduct J.- 1C. Hanley seal

toM._ matter mind Bat and when tbs mosey a man part has -. M -. et' a.- ..-..-...-... Y Its,|mstaess ta any paft'of the State 8. L. Patterson teal PINE } ,LUMJ E .

Ales a thins; taetj-eioi years It's hart It to todesd a high day In the humanstory : of>Florida, and may.have one office State of Florida' +

fOwMs* ... wlr th -flfU th.l "dontoppose' 'when .'great principle reaches ore more than one office within said County of Dade. ss: prices Now,ready to fill orders.:

I Might to have tackled the Its boor. For ages It may have been State. I On this day personally appeared before MILL AT OOSMAN. P Ou:. KMRINB DADE- .COUNTY 'PLO IIDA .

apples aloa Hello, then comes Ger- wwcidttg,silently along the subterranean And In connection with the objects me J.M. Hanley and S. U Pat-

C ty. .Bbe bested are can I ....." channels of the world's moment life. At hereinbefore enumerated establish tenon.tome, well known as two of
times It has for a brief shown
A tan glU with her face hidden by a I &
.nabonnct-was, hBrrytog through.the Itself above the surface, only to be ami'conduct: and permit the establishment the" persons 'described la and who Meyers Robinson,'

orenmrd toward them."' hunted back again with scoff and In ad, operation,of any business subscribed: their names to sad executed

4 "Oh, wx-Je.". she ,cried! with 'very stilt Bat It Is already-_ the blood which. may be conveniently carried on,' the foregoing articles of ineorpor

south dlstrezs'in her voice. "It is you! and will by and by ,mount to .thebrain's .solids the establishment of which. maybe atloa as and for the articles of incorporation Contracting Electricians..
throne. When the
.. Ithought bead ray, bat>> was. not appointed Directly OI'.ID b'ect1r'COII'hclTe to of the Miami Transfer Company -

i fore'Not: Is-ht4t so very very I thInk lad?"'the, old man time and th Is*come,credential the idea of creates hs authority Its man.... an'f of the objects of the corporation;I II. and did severally acknowledge 1019 A\re. .D' Miami. ,FloridaR ,

r\ aH1Qf'ell.' ,-.Iact:_, abaknrp.- ramaJ the echo.of his word tat every snob ,I.>.i siren as to contribute!! to. subsidies. I,to me' that' they executed the'saau I .
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fHE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS" MIAMI. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBERS, 1905 I PASS >S VEN


FAMOUS SURPASSED MAMMOTH... BY CAVE ANOTHER Sunshine in your> 1 I j:

::1t BUY A HOME .1. ., The

Vfic proression5l : { Two Explorers. <..t. Ditepver. AnotherWonderful HomeFiftytwo Acme Billiard Parlors t(


,(, In the'Land of 'l. 3TTORNEYS- ,A r.\ Cave In Kentucky times a year is assuredto 1309 AVENUE D
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flowers and Sunshine Glasgow! J lnctlon. Ky, Nov. 7. -I you you
., Patittsr.om. ,e. WGne Investigating the geoIoglca'l' ONO BILLIARD AND FIVE LTABLES

Invest in property that insure a .\ AT LAW.UlpnotioelBiIloonru.BtsttaBdrfeftl. oriratlon oli this district ot Barren} READ Me SUNThat NOTHING BUT SOFT, JRIXKS SERVED.
profitable investment We have county, Dr. Hazen and Mr. John'
profitable orange grove at remarkably eatali.ctUU_trs.aiofa.aadp.rt.ftla, Thompson found. evidence of the extence illustrated weekly paper, ..o'Ctgtr i and Tobacco. kept in{,ttoek. Miami Florida
low prices. Acre property Led TttlM.O.SOXVT. of a :large cave or subterranean --:4-:
suitable for growing vegetable and : Miami PU, pasBagej| 0 printed in Jacksonville and
citrus fruits from $1250to $300 ,
published everywhere.
With great caution the two eiplor-
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per acre. Business lots from $1500to 1
$30,600. Residences, $1000 to ere penetrated Into the cave., They tOOOSB
$18,000 all on GOOD TERMS. omen wlU Kwl ors.FbumMT.BesUMM found It to the of enormous size and ,
'. *f4tla street ramifying j.'in different directions. A. K. Taylor Corner Anne B ail- llth Street.

Fire. MIAMI.corMrAT. O rLOBIDA. They explore: one branch to a distance THE .' ...=...
; of about thirty: mlles.when flU'th.j''!I Hake the cartoon and all the G. A. MULLCR &SONCPypdiet.n; .
J. M. JACISOH, n.
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QS. er progress\\:!pas stopped by a | other picture .
insurance and Collections timid: and swift flawing Hver. I I j I '
iOTZI. BISCAYNE BLOCK,Ava.D As their lights were Insumclent tot I
Claude SN
MIAMI. FLOBXDA. I reach to the(other side of the river L'Engle C4RLOS.I-I
Resident agent for the Georgia they were ilk able to judge of Its ,,

Home Insurance Co. G. W.1e, : WILLIAMS, :!exact width obtained:?! They returned 1 to this In pungent editorial paragraph I
!place and ",f, material for bnlid- 'looks after'the things that fOlmlY Ups e0tbereustL5Operdaraadl.'
Huddleston
Beck, Wilson{ & Attorney At Law Ing a boat Pf raft, with which they need attention. I Special|w week to CM>..rcUI
will make anjeffort to cross the river rAIM IOra) weL, LuivSAXTLCItOOMSr :
,Suite 2, 4, 6 and 8
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Offlca ever Bank'Bay Bbcayie and explore"the cave on the other t ffkB, n 663.from 90rnt f'IriI. ,
,No. 320tf I side It'Is beloved,that the new caves WABH BRIGHT FACINATINGLY .

Twelfth Street Miami. Florida Geo. M. Robbins s larger ant more beautiful even CLEVER I j -A''

-. nan Mammoth-rtt Cave._ < .' A ,Hot 'In.. The Mountain.. .
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.I. THat'f the Sun to your skylight U certainly
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i --. and Counselor VIRGINIA METHODIST
) Attorney ,
transition. That's how It ,Is wtta
,. -..- ,'-. .,- .I At 'Law || CONFERENCE v ; fining, though. The lead and .tfta
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Will pnctx I.an Court, State aM Federal from the mine And u and ws them
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u- Danville. Vaf November 8.-The Virginia can SUN too : if
I a Repair Your Skylight
7VI' to IDR. W. B. RUSH. Conference of the Methodist WITHOUT EXTRA EXPENSH. .: 1
[ Episcopal Church, South, opened, Its I From tin gotten to tin fetters as*
t Offlee B -mh street'Phone 84.BealdenM session here'&dty and will' continuefor Ask us or write us and U numbers are alili.a: tins TUfrf-
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;: ,spa 9th S& about ten''ijtys.i The attendance Is; pairing:jhatta andtent tpe.,
MIAMI FLA. cry large anijl,thoroughly representa. dye Is HOW WB .WIN' TRAIl

tlTe. t Well tell you Low. I ,( TRXfy, NEXT,rasa I ,?,
0 oJ ; Several ',\\1
hundred clerical
J.rlF.Mullett.M.D.Office and lay
; ?PIONEER CORNICE COMPANY, f
delegates are-'J present and Bishop --- ----- --- --
"" aid HcsMwce, 815 Charles B. CalJoway.+ J! who is considered "I thank the,Lord!" i iI 5=CP
,one of th.f beit.pulpit orators In I
ScfaooBxnse
Noted Cattle Are G. Opp.
the country lapresrdInl' One of the cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock.
.aly supply the,meat that we supply MIAMI .FLORIDA! matters that irlll come up before the Ark.-"for,the relief .I got from Buck-
to our customers.,The range steers conference wlltbe] the election of lay ten'i Arnica Salve., It cured njr tearful
that are allowed to shift for themselves DJ-I fl' N.. Taylor delegates to r. be General 'Assembly running acres.which nothing else
until they reach the stockyards which will meei In Birmingham, Ala. would heal, and from which I had suffered -

and",then get.core, for.a.'few. r Office *t next May. Thi local Methodists have for.5, years. It to a manrelon
f days are"': not what- 'we'want nor DADe PHARMACY. made extenal41 preparations for the healer for cuts, burn and wonnJa. J. bJ Nil.'VVern.
'what oar customers want Miami ntCrUlnment! .At. the visitors. Guaranteed at all Jugglsts. Price Uc. Ae :
Keildeoec 809 Avenue D. .... .-
Prime Meets I I
,W. C. Maynard,
offer. Their tender. I
what we :
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;... ,juiciness,and fine.flavor,are QRADUATt'QPT1CIAN i ofCarriage !
biah11 appreciated. With Maynard Son.J w lrOEO. > '

A. B. Doane. Prop. A.rr D Nut k.Poet oar f Curty's Sons '

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L. MCDONALD and I: ,,,
.\ ain b&utr! Key West Florida \
,'/ r ..rft,...aM.sWIvidi.e Laa4a a.,.'attro000ANIIT 3jf? HBADOUARTBR8 FOR

f he Leaders OBOVX. FLA. Workhorses Ship Chandlery '

I' ,i p.A .,- l' I Building ,

ar. i Materials Of All Kinds.Coal .;
,In tau,Speolneatlona sad Detail Made 'I ; .
I for BoUdinn BaaUenee of a All Specialty.Orrtot Kind,.Flat: :' 1m li and Ice. Steam marine Railways, Machine ShopsF v.rci e.

f 1315 Arxaxm D. h have received a car of fine AU kinds ot r,>pairia;, Boiler and Steam i Fitting can oe done at the M
Genfs"I shortest notice in the best
possible manner by expert stilled mechanic
WALTEFCRoth, iA1 do kisses, and;anyone interested J

t "h" eo can inspect them at my stable Dade Co Title Insurance


I : Bnildisis. _. .*:. ,*Miami.....-- FltTheCbapmanHouse. .. ; .I and' Trust iCompany .
Fine
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I McNeilL1 I I OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED ..

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F.W.CHAPMAN. ProP .
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Gr.1.... $a tpr,........"yo"tM_Bpeda1"torn of a tM\-II....1.0- Paid Up Capital 0 $75,000. ; Surplus S12.OOO
caM r..1 Z.M n .U Oe.M...tk Carnal of,tmomf Pala tile IWicli.yiiyi am.UM nl. iteenth Street, West of Avenue D. : '
[ Uld*u4 wtsttr..*...of aomtfcwi Flarida. < Insures land title., 0 *
abstracts of titles,loans
and
1Ta11or1ll. Good ....tiIII'.t kla.s.4 Ocu tetklar.' VD prepares .
.lray.Florida invests money on its own account and for others.,Acts as 4
n Miami Fla. ,' ,
agent attorney-in-fact trustee assignee executor, re
\, ceirer\or guardian. Address" all communications to
.A.W.',Graham, ': : '
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I Contractor, ; Builder: '" S. L. Patterson, Sec and Treas. Miami'floricaS2.92 {


t i I..t.......Satisfaction Gnarauteed._y-- ..;.a ..n yet:.--:: [I.p' t7. Scruggs; & Co. [ ;
adviii I
Worlev ifJittSnmem I.imtelMd. Brad postal t
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IF' Merritt & Kolb \ t'P Plumbing; Steam I iAND DISEASED) -HOOFS SEE I ,


& Cox Real. !-' Estate .Rentals: 'etc.j ; "\ 1 1I and Gas' :Fitting l L. F.: LaFoutisee .708 7th! StLOFTON J ,{

.iUutcs Maasged .: I I :. ,
ATe'C.inearl2thSt.'Miami., : 'Fl*:. PLUMBERS SUPPLIES ETC. t "
Telrpboae124 t a

:'IVut. to tint,National BankRoss's Expert'TjpewriterReping' 1 16. Avenue D : ,: : Miami.: FlaM. I

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Port Rich Emil, ':A., Ehmann .
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KlchmondBoronra mood, Architect and Builder Engines 15 horsepower. $450 .,


N. Y. City West" -'Palm.. '<. ,Beach" Florida 'I fif f r Builder of the Palm;Beach dote Complete i 3 horsepower : : : $150. :

A.'W..226\ells 7RED.RUTTER. Hose Moving a Specialty 1

8th Street Qtaeral, Contractor. \ ,
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\' 'for7NY ,CrsdtnK.BUstln .' t ,Miami, Florida 'I !: ...
'Miami',Fit *. '
Wella DrIU d,,SMUwmlkKoad.Construotlon "' Complete bicycles at low prices tires, "
,and .

iD NMMr THE CANOVA cheap}, Batteries, Coils, Spat Plugs, 4
To LOAN A Disastrous Calamity :I
Miami Decorating Company Switches, ({Dynamos. Very best on the marketLofton "i
Itis: a dlsfjtrous calamity when : 1

f!-Shnrt" or:ling time, yon gattoaand'conotlpatioa loss: your health:hecamse fears' sapped lad- I i' ,jfS if,!'. .- Hosts-* sMsd'Siys_' ).. "i' 1: "1

It away., Prompt relief can be'b.1 In .. .
Easy.:Payments Dr. Kings 'New;W., Pills. They 1: g :
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build up:TOUT: .dlreatlr"organs' ,, and and
Paper Hanging KabomlnlngAgenpy
cure headache q' dlulaess, colic eon &
Peat's Wall :'Papers.. .. Einig'
attpadon. etc, Guaranteed at an drnarl >
Go
..Go.Securtry( :t tal met 'S5C, -_- ; Call'-cr write.#for stfinatesOfrlCi'1315:', 'Avenue. t D 1
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't I r Il I I New Fall DressGoods
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'FaultlessFlorsheim ; ,.:gi f I Key West.. Nov. j-. I
| TheSMorwclglan steamer Aurora.I
Captal'o. Lorenzen. which has. been in
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4 port jwveral days, landing,cow '
c: left for> Jacksonville last' pens'l
Are Herein Great
She I faes been all summer Variety
: I tle train,Mexico to Cuba and her charter I
W tlvlng expired, mill likely! take .
For the man I i
Ium1H. for an European port ,
who carescli :: The,repairs on the schooner Daisy i!
l Farll,4, having been completed anJ I; i ii
-4 her mainmast, which was recently j I
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braked) rep'ace.l, a survey'was held a j I J I
few days ago and she left for her des- ,
tlnatjpn Thursday. She was from Mobile l I I
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fire at the government coal i ii
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ahedf ls still burning and has consumed -I ,I ,,I
I a large quanlty of coal during I ,
The Florsheim soft and comfortable to
feels
as the past month. Every effort Is being
your foot as old shoes from the first time you jnade to extinguish the fire, but Such a remarkable display Qev0,
'lA i put them on. They don't have to be "broken without avaP. A gang of laborers are I i f _
keptat work both day and night, with :
In." We call them faultless because they are sevehil streams of water. There Is !, er before. offered. You should

the only strictly high class shoe that combinesthe no danger 4 of it spread'ng further andseverll I I : -.
latest touches of style with perfect streams 6f water are constantly -
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kept on the burning coal. visit dress'
our goods department
comfort and long wearing quantities. Price $5.00 .
'- ; ; I! Th6, members of the .Russell band -
hav the drug store of Dr. J. N. Fogarty at to fully appreciate our showingas
t ; er"of Fleming and Dtargaret.tree 1
The room baa been nicely
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'" it i is LARGE.E.
AtteQ'np; and presents a cheerful ap exceptionally

peai4tice. ,
t ; : Th"| Light Guard Band has secured .
Miami Shoe Co
the JCrmory for a practice room three I -'
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Um ; a week. The member harearraitged I 1 ,
to stye'wolek'1 dances Saturday ;
Sole ,Local'AgentsMark's ;e evenings when the young folks I j i
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New York are visiting their parenu I 1 I a
in this city. i i
: Oyster &' Chop House Mif and,Mrs. W. A. Curry came I' i, ,I I
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dow from EKIott: Key this week and ,
Sea Foptf:Our Specialty are'rliltlng\, \ friends In the city .'
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.Meals served at all hour- '" 41012th Street. Miami, Florida men In the,city, visiting the Burdine i;\t & QUi!rterrna

.' their mercoadts*houses.and soliciting orders .for. f

InT|ChU. Russell, who has been on I! i I I
The Rutherford a visit' to Miami for a few weeks Ishpi"
!ii again.Keper '
.... Oeo. R ..BII'berry, of Log- '"
2239th StreetNow :
it geriead light, has been In the city Twelfth Street Corner Avenue G Miami, .Florida
Open for Boarders. i iTMRSvV. for jhe p.\'tt few Teks on a furlough. I II I i '
He f if> under medical treatment for bisl l
: A. RUTHERFORD MRS.'LSOLA fATU\t eyes I Ii .<, -''-
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-. Now.isn't' it very ?fplausable. that x and still they come. Dress! Goods in all the
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r' Just you could He fitted? and suited j, {
and [ from the
new weaves, styles qualifies
: better in shoe sore with double I
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r- : any cheapest most *
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a .' ;. :' .' suited_ ,where_ ',the 'stock. was'sm:1: I'- ; J! I 't

<' and mixed? SeweWs Shoe Store splendid line of ginghams, seersuckers,percales" madias,: ducks,

:;" flannels for C' line of white goods; is
carries. the:largestockof shoes and outing plain wear. or ,

+ '" / : :" south of Jacksonville and is'',ex- .. -L7 superb and.will meet every demand. .l''.l'In' this, line we. bought a

r/O" "rd" | bale of nainsook' remnants, fine and.sheer, in:lengths from one to
3 celled by none. There is no excuse -
.. ji is 10 yards, worth from 15 to 20c.. We will\ sell them at lOc a'yard.House .
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; our Shoe Store and you will be

1 "on. "', well. fitted and well!PLEASED furnishinlls'' i"

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.. S. h 0'e' S If you need drugs,fyto a drug .,;". j' offer a splendid good Wight white wool blanket. .50' per pair.,

,, If you. need shoes, g!" to. a shoe store. I j All'prices in cotton blankets in gray .nd, white. We have table.,

II I linens in large variety and styles. Napkins to match cloths
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Sewell's Shoe Store the new "INVISIBLE Lacing" c6rset. : : Ask to see it.

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