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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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..-.-. FLORIDA. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1905. .* .. .. I., \
VOL 2. NO 28" tl.titw atUeee'p... fi-2 prt" ..* Price 5 Cents( ,



The Metropolis is Enjoying ,the Most Flattering Patronage. in Its History. Why ? Because It Gives All the News\ All the TinleLI ;,. ':




EXPLAINS Notabl Gathering in* Tennessee \ftlE( EXTENSION ''\


I ATIoRNEYMHCAL( ${w To Discuss Quarantine Measures : LABOR PROBLEM '



'\ POSITION OF COMMISSIONERS Cbattanooalfcla It: November 9.- -trade-and other similar organizations., !I I II !: PROVING MENACE!ETO MIAMI

The Southercilminieration ani Qllaf.1 I representatives of the agricultural: j I '

4:!f departments of the various states of I \..,......
'charged. nor' could there be antalne Coafm..04'cohlch here .
I14 eras opened LORD ROTH CHILD"1 BIRTHDAY .. .
as will be seen from the above stttemeek this morning .>*i ..-.." of the aiost important the"youth and of the United States I '21 r
and de'esates appointed the ",
by
governors
in Putting Prisoners Under The The suggestion by the sheriff 'that ;ali1(';I.t r; ever h.:+ in tbe of the Southern states, was called London, head November 8.-Lord Roth- Many Station Ihirers Here

South and is attracting the to schild the of the London branch
most intense order at the Auditorium: this '

County SuperintendentTHE honor Mr. Goode of his'divide position the with Profs the(gentleman t- and interest:,(;r.ll through, the Southern forenoon by Governor Cox of Tennessee of the Rothschild banking establish Who Refuse to Work t\;

states owl|[ to the Importance of who briefly explained the objects ment celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday ... .
for the office
who was a candidate 'Y
the, subjects which will be considered; I+I :;of the conference. today. H,,|received many letters *. J\1'd
of county clerk whichever one "
by the conference. Welcoirlng addresses were delivered {,and telegrams from all parts of the *. i
that be, I Informed that i
might as am
AUTHORITY i The object qHlhe: conference is two- by 1:. 8 Senator Frazier of Tennessee. ]w -rid.congratulating him.Lord Roth- '
;
there was more than one. Is unworthy RAILROAD (COMPANY '
of the sheriff nd an lD.ult'to.. the II fold. Ope of tAe objects Is to consider Mayor Ftler on. of Chattanooga I Ion was born in Piccadllt,. London *

REASONS the problem of;AarmonlilnjI the quar and M.L.. G. Walker editor of the November 8; 1840. He is a son of '.
AND
candidate. As u the correctness of, .
my legal opinion the sheriff has invoked I antIne' regulations in the Southern Chattanooga Times. Responses were Baron LJenel Nathan de Rotschlld and .IS fEEDING. iW I

the construction of the courts states, either b; some agreement between made by Governor Folk of Missouri a grandson of Nathan Meyer de Roth "J .,
I 11Icl1I1d.
upon the ai.me and there It win.be the varl&us' state governmentsor /president Char'es! P. Lane of the Aloe the Frankford banker. He riot *\""

determined The whole question at l bT'placingthem,j; i under .national I!ibama'I Commercial and Industrial Assocatlon educated at Trinity College, Cambridge I t.9.t.\\: \.

For. ,Doing ,So-Is Surprised at. Issue whether. the sheriff or board, government cbntroL Another important .j'!| and others. Then the cud and was n member of Parlla- But They. Will.Be Tented'G's; .\, '"',
question 1C that concerning the ternary committees ment for Aylesbury from 1865 to 1885.
have ,j were appointed
of eommlsilmiprs the
greater I I
Sheriff Frohock '
for Getting best methods : attracting desirable and the conference "
power and control over the convict 'f. adjourned for lunjcheon. Upon The County This Afternoon -
Immigration t& the while PRINCE Of WALES IN INDIA .
Act | South discouraging
and 's f
Angry Condemning prisoners and whether the sherlffnn- i
and-rJexcluding Bombay November ..-The British -Are '
less he can have the right, to feed ; undesirable I In the evening session Governor Filthy ,and Destitute

CommluloDera..i tYlamt can hold In jail! at his will and Immigration. || I Glenn of North Carolina, Surgeon- battleship Renown, with the Prince and Wont '

'\ pleasure, as he U now doing convicts The ccmYenJ fm, which Includes the General Dr..Walter Wyman the Hon. and the Princess of Wales and' their Work.

ordered by the courts to serve governors of 'ennessee, Louisiana ,M. J. Sanders President of the New .llstingulshed party on board arrived

at hard labor' and by the board to Maryland. Welt Virginia Florioa: Orleans Progressive Union and Congressman I here today. The whole city was In

November IKditor ,. \ work the county roads under Its raperihtendent. Mississippi: 1I1UoarI. Kentucky SouthCarolina Oscar W. Underwood of' holiday attire and presented a magnificent I I,

Miami Metropolis: ::. Respectfully, ,. Texaki Georgia. and Are n. (I Alabama and W":. T. Tylerm. general spectae! The ceremonies of I After the departure of the steamer.
the presidents* the reception of the royal visitors by B.: carne: this afternoon for the--ex
gas
I notice la yesterday's Inn of the W. L Metcalt many Southern]superintendent of the Iron Mountain '
chambers commerce 1 Lord and Lady! Canon and the staff tension camps of the F. B C. Railway
of i
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JHtropoIlsthe article captioned"Coun Since writing the above I am Informed boards of System, will be the principal speakers. .
'ty ConrieU are Taken'from Custody and officials of {he viceroy were elaborate on the keys of the lower east.'M1am1
by the sheriff and hI. counsel
of the Sheriff." and the 'com-- and spectacular and wire witnessed f,ls apt to have a large number of pooUc -
that objections to delivering the LONDON'S LORDMAYOR
mata and statement* that follow, I convicts\\are withdrawn for the present NEW by manr thousands of people charges on.its hands, and face a

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who lined the i harbor front and the complicity never before experienced.
am not< glven to writing newspaperarticles and the convicts in jail now will 1 I
but in this Instance I toad be turned ovr to the superintendent INAUGURATED streets through'which the royal cortege I This will be caused by a large number

er It due to the.public to myself and V W.I H. n moved on the way to the viceroys ; of one hundred or more Italian

to the county board to/'make ,eomsorrectfons. e '$ "' !4; I palace. laborers, who are now here and Intended
T ;1.' the Lord Chief Justice, where the I
I assume. that the con Walter Vaughiii, Morgan invested I. were received by the judges, attired |I I to beeline part of the'force
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versationi between 'the Metropolis"- BOXES Office This Morning' In scarlet robes full bottoned wigs. at work In building'the extension of
Sheriff STUPEDALLEGES Abe said F. E..C. Railway announcing
CZAR'S
i tarter. and Frohock" Is'correct a and cocked hats. SAILORS ,,
;.! that they wUl go no further, South
'reported.: -
There the usual solemn courtesies -
and want to return u. the north.
[ *> The 'question of control of'county were exchanged the Lord Mayor, In
HEARST London November.9.-Walter\VauI UP! IN MUTINY The most of these laborers came.
convicts has been a mooted one for accordance with custom remaining '

''f some tIme In. fact It' was ralaeci be I ghan Morganf!& London's new Lord covered ,,;hl'e .the Recorder read an down> last Tuesday morning and
.I were left here until today owing to
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fore the present board of county Mayor, was toda y Invested JaJthe xus- eulog'stic review of the Mayor's past the '
'' ae steamer being unable: "to take all
,
riB. era were 'e tecL'.At, \ tAnd'Asks mannei\.lth all the pomp and life From there the procea'on moved atone
of them down time. Since then
st meeting of this'year the qnesbf ; That a Recount The wtlcle'Das; to the Court of Appea's, where the ,
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such the
ceremony acompanlej Officers Overpowered and The railroad company has been feeding
appointing a superintendentof I Ian affts new Lord Mayor was received by the
Ode event for, :eniurle,. The great them coffee bread and other so'nble
Be Made
.eounty.roajswas.s considered ,, and Ballots No j! master cf roils! and the appeal judges I City Attacked-Workmen Join
i* feature i of the jinauguaration the I foods.at the terminal dock, and supplying
at the September meeting Mr M. \\I. ; was dressed In their robes of black and

Goode was appointed a ; "wi i t'ons, they being made as comfortable\
tendent'u'prOvtded and'glv- .
by"Jaw Philadelphia. Inspectors, Are guilds through toe man streets of the to their coaches and resumed the pro- : In Flames.: 'as possible until the return offchft
enTcharge of theeocdcta to work the '
'I" cession through thecity.The .
county roadu. At 'the October meetIng In Trouble. dtyl:; |k' 'new Lord Mayor is a bachelor I! steamer, early'this morning. Al\ ofthe

the superintendent'was'instruct-. The: streets through;which. the parp1 -- men, it was thought, were anilarnito .
\ ". and as he will be compelled to entertain ,
JLOfc
eel to guards 5 and report fi t. ade moved: were.llned with thousands go to work but a canvass of them
appoint to :, many ., a great deal in his new office, he '
the November which'1 'wan i'i CronsUJt, Russia Nov. > Thej1 brought to light the fact,that but. ,
ofxpeople{and,handsomely Jecx selected h's! niece.'Mrs. Hornby Steer !

done and cuards appointed. NewTork Nov. tAn order .was orated with tr mpbal arches flags the wife of a clergyman at present i]troops here have mutlned and are ')I'few of the number so fed and housed

The'old bo.r4. always claimed abate secured* lats'-Jut." night. -*- from- Judge' and buntb & etlldel'a number A vicar of St. Phi'lp's Lambath. to act 'I pruning the sit). Fighting Is go-1'I have any, Intention of going the. to tke'El

!i' 'control ''-over'',the convictsandred dlrecUnglthe magnificent floats, '.representing historical as Lady Mayoress. |ing on In the streets and the nhab- camps thereby placing eompan --
j f Garner : police to deliver I and city In a most unpleasant '\
owed" fifty: eel ta 'per day for their ePllO.tegand: the development t ---- Rants are panic stricken and fleeing pee- \ t
the ballot boxes of Greater New York dlcamenL '
: feed. The new,board at their!Janaary |,of the metropo'lii,'the parade included: PHILADEtPHIANSORDERED from the town;; : !
Into the hands of the election board, I \ Officials of the railroad company \ I
!
} meeting cut this to' forty cents a large number: representatives of ATTACHED I
\ claim that have .
per day; by. a private agreement, asI and eight thousand boxes were' delivered I the municipal corporation, of the ray MANY KILLED: AND they used no deceit',

: am informed .between :the*-sheriff 'and..escorted. ,under.close guard ,'Iou 'gBOds, oidlen,"sailors, flremrI Philadelphia. Nor. Attachments MANY WOUNDED I in getting! the men here. That'thq \
I were toM in plain word what wages t
1 Mri Coode'whaterer'prodt 'eon.tables. .
And tb'was and
of police to the office of the board of I' art1 err, city compa- were served today on officers of sixteen I they were to get and that they would
la the feeding of convicts j nip. sit accompajiled by bands of music. SL Petersburg, Nov. >. .The sailors
,
'b* between them,"'Mr. Good. election on Greenwich .street early'I' When.the i procession 'reached the ;election; precincts for failure to of the Russian> squadron, u Cromstadt -., be expected 'to supply their own raUou. -,

tact. ix charge, of the convict'camp this'saonUngvTb 'I Jaw,,cour s," tDe;Lord Mayen to'his |make the proper returns apes yecterdayis muUned last night. .._.... .. The raOioad pal,, 'their,way "

:r<)t title the bemri'omdaii: knew. aoth- ,".ict ioatwa taken mi demand 1 hit ark robesi ireceeded by the Recorder election.There tug their ogeers.laBdeJ and attackedstores. her. aN if they would' not.:gj>,aa7 '

.;.tog?.the acme ,Information Is given to of'Hearst representatives, who claim : ,, and attended by the retlrini are %88.defendants chargedwith I the shops public buildings and spirit. further the.contention: la.nudethat4the

..;ai>))1 both the sheriff and Mr Goodethai that'Tammany had printed bogus lab 1 i Lord lIayOr.jI sheriffs, the macebearer frauds at, the poPs and a full responsibility company,. or.la further not liable dealings for their with I

that agreement of division existed bearer chap'ain and Troops were j called out and fighting
'ota and
were preparing to stuff the Investigation wfl' be.-commenced
fatter. Mr. Goode'i appointment M boxes the aldermen lip their sable trimmedgownsr to- ensued during ''which cam Jj
I before giving them-op., PresldentjOf J ; .day. Twomagistrates will alternateon A greater majority of the laborer;
\ !
road superintendent- U. wherein |I the together rlth'other civic cud guns were used killing and woundIng '
board Voorheese Demratbjrefnsed -! .. e-! the bench In disposing oft the are peDallen and none of them have'4sufficient
te-.the sheriff prejudiced.iTir II Qonarles. proceeded to th.court o 'cases. many. )Many houses were set onfire.
to the
accept boxes at money with them with which'to
that'aslt may the,board it'll ;> o'clock this : The fighting lasted an nightlong
morning. :
,;::; return north ride
oat
or of the city.
'
I meeting cut the arowsneejforfeeJXttjrihe -I Later the Hearst men asked Charles iSLAJNt'CITY, NEWS AND and the city Is now' In flames I, If "the raTroad company la not liable'
NOTES The British has
convicts to JS embassy requested
eent* per day, 1 Page.Republican member of the board and responsible forgetting them out

'thh* suing 15 cents per day: over the of::.elections. to take;charge, < r'the, ,I', oJ'_" .,..> 'J., .... General Trepoff to protect the Brit of town. but will kin them here u
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= ish cltlsens at Cronstadt.
piles paid by the old '
; .boardV There boses. but he refused. to take the responsibility. i /.Metropolis Bureau,,, 'e.eded'Mr'U. charges upon the city, a serious proposition
T. Thompson pub-1 The workmen'sided the
's\rii\ about' 45 convict In the am.atI .. u with sailors
1 ri'
I m 4diprice.40t ent*>'s* tb1tacc ; fiXey/WestNov.' LrHr:3tirilno0ige ; Usher of the'Key West CItisen. M r and a hundred;; persons were killed now confronts the i.tborip
day.: i i.The: .street In the vicinity .of! the ? ties
and be'
just
: their teed ; of :uba, re- B. M. 8empl ,wlJJ continue-to haYeeharp 'and wounded.of .' how the distress will.
for would be JU election
] board offlee contains'feme 'Havani overcome .
twpedjto last.Wednesday, after of the''editorial remains to be seen.It
: columns
Tpiernxmth' each or IMO for the ,45 hundred policemen guarding thWgonstwhere *- I is soine '
: purchasing 5i -large-quantity of the paper. suggested by aat Sheriff

htfkvtetc$ The sheriff says there"d4 was the boxes areJUnoarthe pineapple a'ips;whkh!? he forwarded Mr. and Mr COUNTY=! .COURT Prohock apply the vagrancy law and
; George
"S500 Shaw are the
profit In far the : ,
tble last attorneys 'aiding Hearst Is WB, 'to Puerto lUco.' l plot all of them. In jail as .th..1.:.
,, happy
ion
t) Goode's portion .: parent of a who arrivedat Convictions ,Secured and Sentence*
p bemg more Irlns
RepnbUcan'candidate! for Mayor, l A' attmDerotbri111aat.4mtertala; I their home work! for them if. they will: go to It
Paseed
.tbii300 I. will leave It'i to. any who volunteered.his .SundaysBoning. Thle MeritingT.
service
andy
*, ,menu aiw planiel'iof thls' ( Other think that: u'the men
Master were
'aloci boy to fitnre out ro&an.lfgures week.Inj I i i Gilbert Johnson, -son of H The following,case have been dls-
Judge DOlon/ormeriy of the Sapromed influenced
honor oftb.0eermtatttanl 'officers J.W.,Johnson to mine here that It is the
.
the actual cost of fee Court met with avery painful Did of by Judge Heyser in themypmg e0a- '
of IowaftHERIFF arrived la?iort tbiOermta place of the n" II.eomP&AT to
Who Saturday on getthem
lns a oonvict; so for;thsLthe ] accident Saturday, while p1 ty court lees the opening ot court '
,. | nracht ship [ remen.\ ft 'p *. with h's : owl of the rfty, or beck to the,,
companions lath, I o'c'ock yesterday
'yardKr of afternoon to noon
time,, yadd before' t|* PRIV'INTIl., "t1l. ,I"|1c Monday'.afternoon,.. Capt 'Wl}.. 'George Lowe on' ...Divisionxstreet. ''I today (places. from where they,cuM: ,,Th I"

i death, I"was requested by theciulrman A. LYliCHtNO, barn H. Beehlef commandant" of the He# out day or two mt+fIt dwelope sours
i Jumped from'
the steps ,and\fenl John Glllman,;operating table
( j pool *
of the board to'prepare" nBritten j T >;{;$ naval ststton and Mrs. Beehler/ will I to the ground' \iwfthlhl r arm! under without a license, plead guilty and action. and jut what It will be t>,'
legal opmlon as to the power ,AOaata. Nov. B.-Bat: for the quick ;iender them atreception at their :- eagerly watched for.. y
Him. dislocating.It at the, elbow. >Dr, was fined $1 and cost or 30 day In
of tt* board over convlcU.:: 'That oplnlosj action'of Sheriff John W. Nelms.a; !quarterV. Monoay .
r 1 I evening; Major. ,Makmey.w.* .immediately lummonedanol jaiL '
.. was 'expressed la''sabituee'use .by< lynching would -have takea place to !Phillips and the,cmeen of the garrison I the Utt'e fellow made Rosa Richardson PATTERSON.. CARRIED
alias
comfortable ,
a* Rosa
.the sheriff's legal counsel beforett i the most stylish residence portion of win enterti1$,tII 'amoker \ Knight OHIO HANDSOMELY- i
a'at.. n. as possible// ..
entered plea Of guilty to n charre ... "
known who
u Governor Broward i Atlanta this morning. f'The tittb. barracksi,:Ind eveninga '
r
Tuesday
It Is poelUve'y
> denied that the of win .
petit larceny and
price either-pay *
:teattld .appotnt .to:'the clerkship .I crows had n negro'on the edgeof. grand ban wilt. be given at LmBrtsaonder of provisions ;Columbus O,, Nov. '.- -Patterson.- ,
at the commissariesare flue.of. f 10 and|costs or serve threeIDODtJat'
,.aaJUecI..u..AIDe ,formally! tooboardat the .,,the: woods;near Peachtree r ftia4 ;the ausphces of Democrat,
the Chamberot'Counmetee urallty for Governor
higher of
any:
last ; than that,:.asked in In the county prison.Fraak .., i
fU!' meeting,* 'and the .with a rope around his neckv: ''Hi had -|| tr' '; tong and there Ii Banehes Ohio?;will.be 41.700, accofdlng.to, : 'th. ,"
no charges for and B. F. Wllllama
it. on file with ,the been Identined as Jim Rafter the assailant ';The'NaUoIIIJ Board of Uaderwrttai water. official returns. 'I ">". "
tb _opinlaa'the .e1erkifoUow-j', Mrs Alice-Moore the haire '. admitted that they hunted on Sunday t. 3
of. ; and of N w,Tork through their_ J.tr..O.c. -
: ;
representative G. Urban, of for which offense
manager they paid 11.an4
Belied:were adopted, the l&IIIe'optato crowd wti frenried,with'anger., TheonUyrbertffmade : at Xfy West, M:: B. Moreno the :Key West''' Electric: NOTHING, DOING i
Light cost rather than
: Company each go to jail fnip
had'been tn'ea'to'the .board ..hort'.peeeh '
n to the awarded {lie-contract"to AT
save '
l I returned from a business ten day. NEWjpRLCANS
bjo a ajMlaml attorney, who acted InBy crowd In favor of law
and order af.ter the balance of the cargo on board the North ;
I Monday ,night The ease of Asa >aril. charged with New Orleans, NOY.Up' *
tract to MOIL
tt."meet1Bc ,
'w'at In Aupatbit. ,which he hnst'ej negro teto Spanish! steamship Alicia I -
j There was'no Dian.-for fageats o-" automobile and safely landed. him !Alfred I'a. AtchlsoDu! ::;|{ to ,Captain. ,Mr. Sol Knight son of Sheriff I'assault and batter; was then 'D Dtoed today neither a new case 'orr'Meti

of.the la the 1 Knight. ,Is critically! HI at his homeD i 'on trial and was unfinished at the from yellow fever had b a'report.e.L. V
out tower. -
arising
i : clerkship mat- 1 Mr. B.
.. Macy last ..
,EpnnaB ... week- Inc>. Whitehead street. hour for the noon resew here.

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t i B.TATCM THE_ 'RESIDENT.:ailAMI PRINTING S.COMPANYThe Bono DEAN SEC.-TREAS. I Corner (o YOU C N H tJ NTo


! most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. o) f


j PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY" Ttia. ...voluble citizen! came down 12ihUtrceCln (oo = After November 1 st_' =

*"" clkcLuTIOI BATES a dark brown study and when i

t' Dm"Tew by Mall..............15.00 Three Months..................$L25Vx I the shuck the Man On the Corner he I S

Month..................... J.50 One week by Curler.......... .10 stoppeJ a full minute before he wManytiiig. Be sure you see our up to date Hunting Materials
Then he openel up wii 1

r Advertising Rates. made known on application. a b ig. BEFORE{ you go on your hunting trip. .
I "I Declare: I' don't :know whether .

:.. TELEPHONE TV IFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. to lid the blame on to Tatum or Joe ; e

t. .u! and 434 Twelfth fttrcst. Opposite the Court Hous. McDonald, but some one has been doIng I


>f' THRUSOAY. NOVEMBER 1905 some[So laying dirty' work everything and we to are them soused 1 J. W. Watson Miami ;

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: that I# seems to come natural. But ,

t t,' WAS :A FUNNY 'TRANSACTION see what a mess they have got us Into.I I 1,

hare been np to the Record office 'o
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ta.Jd6g to Frank and he don't know ooooo.'ooo.osooooo0000000.000
ij't when the present Board of County Commissioners oozeore .so 0,
Less than one year ago
opposing the yet Kist what to do. He can't calla
If took office they did no upon a platform with a plank meeting of the stockholders for that J .
;
! convicts to the entire care of a road superintendent at you like to have your new clothes
: of county
letting
mig4: precipitate! another row. Frank
It..U on this stand mainly thattheir" a'l mussed up? So that Is Just like 1*
their predecessors.
Ji i: ,had bees done by and|toy, self, you know kept Dimick ,press
> was with the Metropolis Maude,
election was secures.
11 fronj|getting the clerkship appointment -
1 r immediately taking office the new board switched things about it didn't like to squeeze the form with .
upon
k and
we naturally drift together
the convicts to the custody of the sheriff .here'ther remain the new dress on. Gillettes
restored
:j"- and decided that the p'an of the oldboard wheat: anything turns up So when
,the board of commUsioner .
j. ed vntQ <
the
the sheriff a considerable commissioners took this feeding of
;i' 'was a' good one and accordingly removed from Maude also propounds this question:
:
prisoners matter :
; ail tinder the up we just naturally
; task and'much' revenue by placing county prisoners "When Wul Avenue B be cleaned upf '
c board doing the drlftefl together. 'Perfection at :
1s Xastlf
Here
"
.direct care of Mr. Goode. road superintendent That is a question which the Man On i .
'at I didn't like about that mater L
for doing. ;
f, and their followers opposed others the Corner has turned to ALWAYS'READY
,,. very ttlng they disinterested. It cares Was that the profits from the feedIng over me I f : ,ALWAYS KEEN.
Why this sudden change The Metopolis Is board of public works now that they
o| prisoners was Just kept between Simply Lather and Shave.
clears a few thousand jl
: not whether It;II ).Frohock or Mr. Goode who np, elected a chairman. It Is not like] 1/q1 ;
l Some one would do It two:ipen. By all precedents of cour- N THERE IS NOTHING TO ADJUST.
, j do 'ara H'h ypsr. from feeding county prisoners. a"t ly, Maude, that Mr Prout will .1-'
,
" -- wouia like U> luve thecommissioner ; nsfnat of yroSts!! !hl)'-' 1 'NOTHING.:TO'LEARN.
:: and It might; well be one u the other: but it haven take a. whisk broom and dust
suddenly reached the conclusion that Mr. divided up among the gangof AAa U1if ;, The wonderful feature of this razor is the-
they
why
f' \ frplata workers I off Avenue B, for If that majority '
have Jurisdiction over prisoners who stooa together and | blade.! Twelve blades' (twenty-four sharp"I
Goode Is a better man than Mr, Frohock to didn't mean the chairmanship for him TOLAST flint
: frag d out such % edges) as TBIH U paper. U BAUD U as
action of but few a glorious tlctorytsst
;l:' after they go to .the convict. camp, and rescinded their a .fear. it surely! didn't mean for him to dust FGtTEAIS. K'z 'TOCOH and FLEUBLK at whalebone,go withI'
Ton know ire
we deadagaieit each set EACHBLAOKis '
! months agoIt off Avenue B. It. Is aU he can 'do :
simply because there must craft In any form and this se good for j .
I. _IB a: question. that Interests the people, to keep Prout avenue the finest streetIn from,,rwramr
bane. been some; grounds for such action and as pub'le servants the commissioners scheme was particularly' free from. town. While cou'dn't y TO oarwj'B'XL
expect
you
'
should explain'the situation, the!" people who bad ;been leJ to. that fort of thlngi.' Of coarse It maybe !; *
f." Mr. McKlnnon or Mr. Lcffier to do
board would la no manner, possible that Frohock is technically
the old
that act or precedent by .
: believe any. entitled that menial work for they are officer
f' '" manipulators of to these profits, but I always
the
receive cognisance,' much teas adoption by. pre Walt till that $400 street
sweeper
t. took;; iIm to be a liberal sort of a fel- 'inden't-. Aaidid a Cdds
county affairs. and Avenue B will be
comes so
'
J.; M PMMMMHiM. A low jnd thought'that he would come dr.iA O kUalkSt
across bright that you will want to move I tlrfiei L i
like a good little man.It
3x:, IT IS AN EVIL your piano out Into It and stay there 11.z k "' I 1904. ,+
j iiVilIe
w ./ S... Era ur+,
( and warble the livelong day. Next t :i+ ."
\ standing there pondering on -u.-,
time. Maude,
sign your name to It.
., One of the greatest. evils a newspaper office has to contend with is wbati the voluble dUze'n had said a $U
,,, Man On the Corner. i
't" 'Items lie.news;sent in .without the name" of the sender.. These items weliknown truck raiser and InfluenCalpolltlclan .

unless the author Is known can not:.be. determined as genuine, and It Is of the upper part of the I 1 ,. '
The latest styles In wedding .
very
f county came up and began to blow off : For Sale .5
be
toe often that such Items prove to errors stationery, announcements and callIng I by m

#;',' ,v ,MIssE.: NelUe Beck'quite. vr til kuown .In Miami and who Is now steap too."tiistory. cards can be bad at the Metropolis Biscayr.e! Drug wmany j
'
Penacbla Journal talks Interestingly has repeated Itself again.
of the,
[editor. of the society department office. I ., ,
* .of this evil,"and the- case fits so well la Miami that the Item 1s printed The present, board of,county commissioners __ 1 I .

t has taken the feed of prisoner OUR I ry
here as follows: ,
I
" from the sheriff
just like the
: "Anonymous Information of various social happening continue to come oldboard\ did Now, I am not POSITIONIs '

-" la from the dl1lubur and country. All are nicely written and are In- weilacqnainted with this part of very the this community I Money, to Loam on Household. FDinitDreWithout

Journal learns whether they are
until the
i teresring'bat cannot be printed county
affairs,
1
: but the way I look at Is assured You

'f.1i.i autnwtle..' ,' 1t.1; !seems to me that the board Iscutting know that some of I I .
"The fact that 'persons sending news do not give their names
very off the goose's head that laid! the very best ram !
R Is suspicions. Many Interesting Items of social and personal nature are the*golden egg. Why,"not one of those I removing it from the house in
ea are our patrons
. : 'regretfully left out 'of today's,Journal because It has been Impossible to comjnlssloneri would have received w I I sums of $5.00 and up. Can be paid back in t ,

r- -leant who U.'mpon' lble'"'for' them and whether. they- are reliable. In time the]wote they did If It ha'dnt been .sums of $1.09 a week. Business strictly

t to v,.,them. for/the fight that wu"made on Fro- OUR
," "?-70\1\" JH"idndly sign,your real names to your. Items ,they win be hocii| and they llterally'rode Into 01.Ace.on PHOTOGRAPHS i. confidential. Write us and solicitor will call

appreciated and printed. Otherwise they to Into the waste basket back. 1
? his He was under. ,noobUgatloos !
nbllshr7ourname unless request It to do: I
The'1Journal > yon
wmyot ; :
< : to even divide the fruitsof are seen In most iTic.OPPOSITE

.o. bat;merely. wishes'to'know'irho' ; Is responsible for the Items .In ease his office with any 'one,. for that "istle' honsehoulds CITY LOAN

t.. '.tb.y.crate" trouble; as anonymous communications sometimes do. core 1 under his legitimate supervision" advance in photographic .
Only a'few'months' ago'the' editor of this page received an account ;iud he'Ja legitimately entitled methods : "

; : )'of' the-'gniet''narrlsge'of': prominent; protesslonal man to a charming to lithe mohunell.tm.. '' t has been very considerable posiorricc.Ti .
,
"
t ''young _1 t7'woman-In a":distant city. As both, were out of town at the I der.)f'the board has' secured a new during ..
had linked their namesIt seemed probable, but Inquiry .
time and gossip ''
arripgement'wlth the, supervisor of the last few years.
'' fca* 'developedIb 'untrntii laud -U 1fOII1.IbaY8.: proreDaertoua'matter' "
a different "dlvy" of the'ttb you.would
f '"' If know
'if It had: been. 'Printed.' pcoroq tlor. I,' ung sPharrnac.
how
k considerable
"'"7"01a' a' mor*' rcent'occasion the-Joarnsi/reee1Yed an anonymous aceonnt of 'draft :
course, ta not for fit :'can'at our studio. ;
;< ; with swell known Jady whose
t of,a .mall'and Informal evening' comes prof- e
under the head of lawful i
y hus&aad was away from home"4: Inquiry developed the feet-that, not only You wUl see .samples INCORPORATED
its;but there be" Othefa'wh want .
may
E l ,was the ,;whole thing'a fabrication; but Innocent as it seemed it would have that must excite
a share If these ptocee s. The commissioners
',Involved'an.concerned 'Iri'a'most'serious. : domestic,sandaL. ,, F' your keenest

r '' "The e'are' of'the'several, Instance, which prove the necessity .seem once to forget* that .thesheelra a .}dlplratlpnry .. I i A Drug Store for :The People
term of lasts tour
years ...... ,
however .Innocent the .. .
. 'tor"e reme'care'Ia"pubUah1D&.all Items .on snrt while ', ;' J ;: .. .
'
that of the commissioners wlltlbnt :
I ; : /
fie*. Albert Kaufmann '
Ifl' : If""his:or"her Information'Is 'correct-there,11' no reason"why;any ,Informaat ?two, andethen you will '.see ; 'i; : f That's our motto, and it has been the means of adding hundreds ,

should decline to jive his or her name. If it Is not correct.,the hoar my? precinct" Roes- ,Canal ,4x- Ci-4; I i. St,,'Ave..eI.1MJ.ia of customers ,
, slog' bluffs will not carry, the whole -" new.. ) .;,our list We. sell,only,the purest
; 'I
JomnaT does -not wish ILT for
any ,
... purpose
t! ? "Beyond tbfaet: that' real 'names, of the. writers are not given, the <*.*&ty.1t drugs.. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma-=

L *'various communications now In Miss Beck hands are apparently legitimate r I III Gists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city

S,. sets of general' Interest-and the would. be very.. .glad"to,have,used them The Man On the Corner was diving A Notorious Lie I

.all If (he'bad Down; who sent them* intothe Metropolis waste basket and II I i : 2 Doors North of Pustoffice''

i' .. "\ found this Interesting, epistle with the I '

: .The Czar will dooblless' learn that't rteldIDg' m's easier. after: one. ,gEt.t' editipKal: blue: pencil across It.. "Why, Itl sI I .

the habit of It., -,: ,_ cent some people sign their natnerr- f W. E.. Youngs Pres..

Vndjwhch T' caD e&ok"t'l the

Among' the! Southern,boverners'. ,. :yardanwn1. '. 'end' Jefl" Davis: '''"must feel ;etfjfr; WBBik't/Blxned.'J bull. 'It should;, 'I'II I : I ..-, -_ -.- '. ,:..".,'. G4 -... .
.
! '.Dkc "The' 1'1.0 Orpbanea '" hada been signed "Maule
"
4 fart of the letter asked this '
ques-
1 A Utde:read1nc.theN": ,, York papers dispels the notion t .there
r t :
.
tic4!: fWhat Is the matter with the I' ;
j( L i ''na such a thing ai "the alienl 1'ote. '' Man( On the Corner >:that he appliessnc I T WILLIAM J BrTYANJNifOREIGN

I .
f. ,.: Alimony for the' bnshan1." Is' the decree of a Ciocianatl' jwige."11&et % unpronounceable epflbets on.our ... i I .. .

law 'fciWa)'h .wut's'iaou: vii ;rj-jiUce, 'sooner or later.r ."_ poi,. connei'men Has h<> just return;i : ., '.. t : LANDS ..

/ ;- > '.- ed'.from Boston or dined on' the, dic '.. '

t- ', :"Japan: U becoming Democratic" says a Toklo'''writer.: Wen. Mr. Utintry. And what Is the matter with I Ir yell> ** t to read' Mr.' Broaa'a tetters el fordasi Travel uwb ..

, ; .." !"'8t7att,has.,been In the neighborhood for a.couple of- weeks, -. th !type of the Metropolis that It requires I the tksstte- ..>... fertile Ca..u' .

: & \Phfli the JudEes of the HaU of.Fame .were trylna* so bar to decide whoonld two pairs: of'sasBea'to! read I : William J. Bryan,-,editor of'Tbe Commoner, sailed from

: r. f have'a_niche; strafe. nooe-of them thought of Pat Crowe. Boise of lu columnar II San Francisco September 27. for a yea!''. visit abroad. Is the
':. .._ t J.--(| i -- r *' JNpw. Maude:the preliminary portloii coarse of his travels will
I Mr. Bryan, visit the following named
." v:. .. ...,., :.'. -ua- "
.
': .4t .:t.t J. of yourepistle! preclpitattB ill .. Iii. 3 conntrter .
rather amfilUtudloos
.. ; /"The Buttanflf Turkey"iays that hewould., perish than surrender I a

.' ." ,,br the finances of Macedonia....".Talks ,Uke. a "life, Insurance prea: j! variety of,.thinks. But I Mr. Advertiser: HAWAIIJAPAN ,"
'Il 1. toJ,. .BT: : .might :BRITISH tstte'CHINA
:;;pfa ;'' 7911 Just as well:endeavor to
.. I drl INDIA!, PBILiPPiHRIBIANDBY'ACBTRALIA :
"t' "--- eradicate the projecting lament of thephJAgmacone.of \ O U k*.,fcairr id ni rtit,ktm EaTnN LUTU E..,
been who er'lau.. ,_ ta J- what dJ-.puJrtlc tabs! ,NER'LIvLLAND; TUKKET
; Territory squaw has discoveredt beats, a;: cephalopod of thel4mnile OBKEC1L .
jomtlA 10 he,at tl_at. iMlvfiotn "BrAIN "- "
,ts no use tn trying to'get... .an, Indian .to. take......Hrlllzatkm.- in group aa to.attempt to diiVnpee ? .. 'T...'doclanr !. ..Uri.f,typi FBAKCE, ITALY.NORWAY '8WITZJ OKAstANY.8WSDKJT.: LAND.' ,
;..... 4 the present city officers In :that ray.h nI' ,
''J: RU88LA. HOLLAND
;>.i(.< riOlT&PJaT. e.rk.erteatyo.rcluthl.dIequl" -.. ,
1s 0ut"'wflllng to-aeeept.Job A..KeCatr. asserUon?that" he'Is common 1i.uae! UnJerrtard: 'j totail.rwadeno.d.1.tye.re'ertakatho S? Front wib of iM__hi.."..lDed, Mr."Bryan'will write lettrrs

\sow'that he explains how,.he'has Invested all his"savings'lar troupe to eapl.i..Sy. describing kis observatioM and dealing particularly with tae polio:
... ..,, |As to the print of the paper mine Ttoat'k 'N tnipon..t Ma. Tk cal life of the countries visited. '
waft ,....writer..U.lb.. vk+ H..(.* These letters will be publisbed In The Commoner and those "
.(':":, : *> the same way.But I dldn'llar who
> IM jeer mock wd pleat* ibncrntomm desire to md every'oar of these l liters lose
should
t TDB start a story about a .town being "in the throes",, oC some- It:*n to the type. If I understand it ,. a clear. cmdM awl oo.- scribing for Mr. Br,..*. no' time in- sab'

r. you:have to took twice,to see .whether;the ,town Is m Rus'Oregon r1 t. the Metropolis has new type ev- Tlxtvc......... He rnave yuv cud paper. '
.. .' I, :, ., day made by that funny looking HMyriawr a vac a.mi.l o( bother 'Tae'.Commoner is' ironed weekly and the price it'tLOOarear.
1<.' err and wurry.leca.ae h.. ..dcniu.4" By special arrangement with the publisher. w..arc
.Congressman has been' sentenced to oregon machine. It.ls the 'press and Itseems the prmcip' of di.plar.rlea of enabled to offer for abort t tim only, the Commoner sad the Miami
jail
to liken the type forms to thoseof tp.a.dtheirarra.deme.t. PriaUft Weekly Metropolis one year, both for $2.00, when paid in advance,
,,to.be"more prominently represented in the penetentlary'. than n pretty girl who has a new dress.iClioerat lak. it properly kaadlml. U or we will send Tbe Commoner ar.d the Miami Daily Mecmpolis for
.tr..w.'t'V your beet uleimau. Thtekl..ern' one year to any address for $a.00, tbe regular price of the Daily'
like to squeeze it too as
aid doclttc 10 drop. a postal to lIetropolil.looe. '
fjffti i;a .careful .reading of the President's ais4 muse that dress., Ton were a -
speeches: ,we judge tbat Address all orders to WialPrsitfcj c...NIatf.: flu
a'th*..stiumch. earnest snd unchangeable talent of everybody, withoutWI )1tD'-}< ; jlr yourself. .. Maude- perbapi B. P. Davis, Ad. Writer

rice, color, or prfvleus condition if serritude.. ni 13 verry long ago, rAnd how'did
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DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS MIAMI.- FLORIDA. THRUSDAY.. NOVEMBER 9, 1905 i PAGE THMI
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I "::E5i /.1as"ter's: Voice" THE LQST 58 ARTS. -- -

1 Is HEARD IN THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE ... ,.y
".7' Ab :o *4 Bee.*. grew
The Victor li so perfect that It'U often mistaken for the human voiceIt ..led*. Ma&e Tfc*. 11.e1_ f
Is of thousands disappointment Not as much asj.we: ailed to, but occasionally '
< proving,a never fatting source delight to a
even 1+1, one bears of some
to none. T ad'lovers of good music, the Victor Ia--n Insplra-
wonder accomplished by the ancient
i; No matter how much entertainment there la at home, the Victor tswaya which cannot be iJone now. Good Clothes

t. i welcome. You can at all tlmea listen to bands, orchestras songs Not so many yiirs ago It was quit
etc.. that thousands of people flock to hear In crowded resorts. Therejjs commonly asserted that modern workmen
/ no limit to the variety of aetctlons this matchless Instrument will recite could not quarry or, baring quarried
Jfftfr yon.Records in stock. VICTOR RECEIVED THE GRAND PRIZE could not handle stones u largess I 1
the monollths of Egypt, and the ,
AT THE. ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION. THE! HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD writer has hennjUa public speaker of

MIAMI FLORIDA 12th STREETDade note assert that ltwould be Impossibleto

EI:. T. WHALER: : Agt. such handle large stones with|tnoders Rs were used Implement In the of Stylish, Quality

pyramids or to join! them u perfectly \
as they are jained;;ere. Yet, when occasion
.
1:: arose larger stones than any of i I .
the larger monoliths themselves were ) : r
Pharmacy transported not.only: to the sea but ,' j I car. .
across It, and l;erected In England Being well dress l isn't a question of
809 Avenue DAs France and America, and there are individuals -

a new candidate far JOur patronage it is but just that we today fho mle .t. It .they spending3a lot of mO1ey-it a, question of
chose cruse thettjfaiwport.- to and
,
state our claims. Our stock is new and- the purest and best '
the best. erection in this cfttiutry of the largest going to the right store. Most anystore! has ,
that money can buy. Our service will be equal to \
pyramids or bnll4 new ones ten times
We live io the building: and will take pleasure in larger and mo.., durable. Pyramids fairly good suits as far as thread and cloth is
I supplying jour demands at all hours, day or night are not being generally built nowadays
because they ar9,;;not In line with the concerned getting distinctive style; and a Xy ; r
a Prices Reasonable 809 Avenue D trend of modern jimbltlon; that's nIL t
; It Is very doubtful If Ii 'Dnmaxcus real fit is another matter. ]If

blade" would sWDd half as severe f t
----- .,.
usage as a modotll band saw'blade or
even as much a#|the spring of a forty i I
<:Investigate: _Before Investing cent ,clock, wbll the ornamentations But that's what you get here='!at a price
of those wondrous;,blades, so far as the
wind ,Power mechanical eiecuiton: U (concerned can you can easily afford. In fact you! can't afford

be excelled by apprentices and ama not to wear the kind of clothes we sell.
Has been adopted by the beat people" of the country as the teurs of today. || d
,cheapest power for I laisinjr-water.' Note the people who have Of the "lost art!?' of hardening copper The mere rise in your own estimation, and .., ;

'them, they could have ste"m. gas and hot air too if they want- little Is heard itf late years, though others that our Schloss clothes give]you, that
milt made and make a specialty ot this one occasionally JgHirs I wtseUng from
i cd it. '''I handle the beat
bnainesa and with my pomp mechanism that I have just been, the wilds wish that be knew" bow to do prosperous, well-groomed J
1 granted a patent on.* I will guarantee to double the capacity It as well as the indents and while It kind of a cash asset to any man The picture
value and fife of any wind mm ont t.. Any infringements willI Is perhaps regrettable that be doesn't r\ ,
I I* prosecuted. his Ignorance Is his own fault shows one. Schloss style. Many others costing

!I I Many arts and-;|devices have1 been from ;; '

;JC,\ H. PERKY, Cocoanut Grove, Florida, has abandoned made them because useless new, and knowledge time spentIn ,

,; -. than rediscovering wasted.' The them'modern would'youth be worse bad t i .,;.,1

much better spend; hit time studyingthe $ IOto$25 | -
BROTHERS '
!tRITT-Y art of his contemporaries than that +R" *, .
which U "1o t." *;denUftc, American., j M (- F

: t,. .

Machine Shop DON'T< GET. RUSTY. ; i See them >! .,

i Koo. Teen M.rm( ...tml mmt Fk.y.- j j' .
r ... '1 .. \ r >{ (..I ......*nr Wmfelaar. ,. ......
? Agents fojr' 'tHe,New..Era Gas! i Engines.' Gasolene The machine that lies Idle U far Our New Stock of Winter Overcoats just in .
more liable to Injury than the machine
I and. kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY that run.1 dampnbss j .1..1.I

Air and do more damage I
*'I
.General.Repair Work than wear and tear.. Let the machine If .
remain Inactive Ifwhlle, and the coating '
1508 SEVENTH'.STREKT_ MIAMI FLORIDA formed by the:corrosion soon cover f

'* the bright metal" and the parts become

.s stiff and cr 'tr. R. W. RHODES A \ \
A man neglects the working parts of
his body. Normally these parts should I )
be exercised.l He.indulrea his members I
322 TWELfTH: STREET:
In Idleness. Whatever vitality and ,
working force they may have had \
when In continued;use,'neglect causes .

,'. the machinery td.Jun stiffly. It Is the ", '
rust .
'. 'A man may neglect to exercise his
L' working brain forces.: Be may have' 0oooooeoo.o 0 00 .o ooo ,otio 'Vo o C .

ever so quick a ,tolnd, but If be does, I .
not use his mental,machinery the rust
of Idleness la soon over It. i i 'WBest Thing on Earth rthJtself! !i

A man may. neglect to use the moral ..
forces\that are ;:. him. There Is 'a -<. *
weakening aomeW ere.. The machine
..a 'aa .v a
ttt lets{down. :Awl !isoon ,the parts are 1 H -
IID ; ,a rusted. If I _
i..at; Wlb'ds..aN :less-ebr When the prtm&ttot'lIe'YenUOl1 -
.t.' Qle..s W:1 IIII :I or the ballot box:working parts of government o We Sell i.
ear
'! l% rn are neglected the rust:'collects.
TC""DIl
._The machinery works poorly.'' It o ,- I t-
: =. .. may break down.i!| ,- v :. r A
wb will r-rWe tor tq 1M>w I L -
wove 1Me&Mn1 r Keep 'your body working without .
-- friction by systematic exercise) -ft: .l >
Riverside: Addition View r :
Keep your mud bright by'wing its Bay Addition_ 4lyehave }
**
I... Deed"OIIM..l
kaew wkerc bqsMrc
fO. soul cjean It
Keep your : by working '
fti. U IIOt,'.11 tIIM lots looked .. .,. 5 ""; And so for sodttinlne-tenhs of Its Three..plencU4retW.noeS.ire now being :recently platted sad'pl.cecl'01t '

1AVeNUt D : _" : ULLENDORP BLOCKAtMoc1eIBathrom evfls are caused' by the. Idleness of Its .0 and the fourth a handsome tIN market. fio| choice_ _. .,ids on Biscay. :$
necessary .working parts.-Chicago stone>> building.buJu'beKUn.a"lother': ;
JoomaL.t ," high class homes will be built there within Drive, near the borne of Rcr. Dr.'Rsder and; 0 "

0 the next three months. We bare just con- although the plot has |just been flint already _
( A *.. Ttt&te& *.. Rlatory. hive ', ,
treated to the trees all removed,all the several lots bay bees, sold and Win-be Improved
After tile.tall jtf Anna the
Botapi
.... 1 ... owners. !.lots are srrsnjflof to,bsve the ,tbo Who waoi destri "
i ; pope prepared .!*tnitr) of iev.isji.ins'Uoh 0 at onee. For *%, -
M favorable f* King HearYlIL ,rocks taken off and lots cleaned and levelled.-. Ale baildias Iota"breriooklajr tfte 'bat. bicli a ,1
i i jI.. diemo.t eaaential:feai' that be determined; accept them. A The water and sewer piping has been order "
S ure 'of the modern'bout representative was sent from Borne 0 ed and will be laid u soon at received. Then and beautifal and yet cheap, here Is,theirwill .
-ait It=is I with the dispatches, and when within tallow the street paving. Lou here are opportunity. These loSe will be sold at f 100eaeb '
,a neceaaary comfort selling for $1M 88 cash '1M..In one lear'
.a day's journey from Calais his hone
to any home. Bette 0 and tlM.. In two years. NO BRIDGE on the easy payment i>Un. CALL and
east a shoe and fett lame. Aa It was a '
TOLL charged to anyone who bays Iota of us LET UL SHOW .
YOU
put, money in perfecting favorite, the messenger determined to t' THK3K: LOTS.

b the sanitary system, thereby \ wait a day that the poor animal might --- -
Insuring the'health'aai net and recover.;. ext day the journey
I was resumed, bat on the day that London Rivermont i
comfort of Furnished
I jnr family was reached henry bad been married ; Houses
.
than pending it tor fia to Jane Beyibottr. a Protestant, '
i famishing' :Ata?forth' ABM.!bad" beheaded, and all nope '' Wt own most of the river front lands on I! a age'lint of Fvroubed Douse.
both sides from the elty. limit to !' Webi.e..
of reconciliation with the papaq was 'f up >> I' .. for ire ,
the General Lawrence >> season, rant as;IB price
.. '. at end. Tbe1gaat: shoe bad thus desiring ; .
Including \
H W* T i "drat an aerrage lands, riparian i from fifty dollars month up. Seed for lid

Famous' 'Racyck changed the beniJof asA : English churchblstory.r 0. rights,,should consult us. We call PLEASE 'Ifl AND .MAKE.._YOUR. 8KLEUTION NOW, 0 J

.1' Tt YOU AS TO.LOOATION"AND'PJUCJC- ; I "if I you expect,to,spend. the wlater In Miami.b J

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ears It' 1 m*stated' the Confident on:;.the authority army of that offl-\a any ui cap parts of the dty we ban choke k>k resUeaces ad bosiaess booses forsalea id are ',i;

JMcDON'A"! .T. 'D' b&lk1male; decided the battle of Get prepared topoiatoattolarestmtbeeasyroadto oaedMdea Here ere afew;wehm offers, :1..
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bd7,male Just bong enough to enable | .. ...... Tau.iorw.tw. urty.- .,- 1III .
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northern .troops to gain the eminence i for __ cawlo for sRM, 1M air .ree "-...-..,_... -. ,s.red .... t, .",
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Chase ; .. w agar t.l.. k1 vs f. f 1Ma O.etbtTe -
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ClaRo & C g Fnoy and so that b&lk1'mate" really y. r rlf M* 4 rose bow:Ie mt mt ,heel. 1M +.b.-b RMNy v --. f ,
o9: decided the 3 i T1I..w ndd.aciald.le& BsI1d. .paaea. ? :- '
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SUCCESSORS -. .; acs. Oeru.wttt.ld.rop.rtis. baths t>tk*en7is stases ," b.sr eOP OJtast 8
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: eWE & BARNEY 'I Inc. Fltel'\ bad such: toe ta.bis business aa brt
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having sew but!| dldnt understand No matter what you want we are in position to save yon money" .We have had more than :
.I{ FRUIT ANDt )' whether It waa food lock or bad." 20 lun experience in this business in Florida, and have a record for ever having failed to make .' ,J1 ;ji
t'VE6ETABLE1PACKERS Accident and "011. be meant;bad lock, of course! 0 money for those who purchase on our advice. Come in and kt us give yon a few pointers. t 1
U It vf.re good took, he wouldn't speakof o We will be-pleased to show you even though. yon,do not care to invest ;

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'... .u I Provided A large t for missionary Needy' box was sent son Raulerson, Cbeatham., were Challle In attendance., Crosland and and
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; boron Ut ;i"f"i; i; \'asI we k to a needy clergyman's cou'd have constituted' a quorum had fT4"HoIidag'II 1

i r"i& + o ramily bf Virginia.. The box was Mr. Chaille been sworn In. An effort, !
I filled wl&...{. valuab'e' and serviceable was made to find Mayor Sewell that
___I I articles 161 clothing, made, and furnished the oath could be administered, but he
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r. ....--....... .......I... 2>| the ready fingers of the could not be located and all attempts Shopping
.tehooner DcUle Sailed .. Mackerel Spoiled ladles of>Trinity Guild' of this city I to hold the meeting was deferred unlit : '
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t/sio csistJrs Khrxmer Delle! sailed The schooner Pocahontas, which Such d-eSs or charity are pleasant to the next regular meeting, one week :
:tlxla JnprclBE for Key West and Inter-I came in yesterday with a very large :ooh upoi .au<] may they ever continue I from tonlgbtwhen It is hoped all members I made
; .toedJte poInU with! a'heavy frelgnt catch of mackerel had a greater part .' will be present. Quite a crowd easy ,.
:, Vad'a R number of passengers. of them spoiled: thus necessitating 'Basket System t spectators were present In anticipation Write for
our new catolog,
be taken to this morningand I
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that they '. session.
of an Interesting "
Burdiue,: &: Quarterman *te ht.taled I = ''
t dum.J.t.. ; over 100 pages Illustrated.,
,. vtnth Street ImprovementsThe the brisket system In their store., ,
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Minneapolis House on 7th I Boys Ran Away I i
Will Relieve Martinique.On Mr. anti Mrs. M. D. L. Tint of Diamonds. Watches
Band C, owned 1040; Silver mour.t;d
-street between Avenue Wednesday night, November 15, De\\'t .tIICb.. regular winter visitors Laurie Weaver ,a fourteenyearoldschool -
:oy Mrs. .A. E. Russell of Mlnne- the steamer Miami Captain White, arrived this morning and for the boy, and a companion, are reported Cologne 85 cents : Jewelry Clocks
spots, Is nearing completion and will which has been lying for the past aide to have run away from home
up pesent guests at the Bay, View
be. opened December 31st. The large several weeks will re'leve!' the steamer Hotel. 5 IpT. Tuft Is largely interested :yesterday, confiscating a rowboat and 3 initials engraved i Silverware. Plated W are. '

number of Improvements on Seventh Martinique on the run between this [in real estate In and about this city making their way southward presumably without extra charge. Holiday Novelties
Street wil be very attractive and make i West and Havana while to Cape Sable where the Weuerfamly
Key
port experts to build
( and soon a residences I ,
} tills part of the city very popular. I the latter vessel goes on the dock for on Eleventh street.ln Riverslde.where ; formerly resided and from :

I'her annual overhau'Ing: It Is expected he bas two choice lots j,.there to Key West The boys It is SalbfactlM Guaranteed. Mai "carders receive prompt aod earefJ.atteatlot,
P. & 0 Stares Arriving. that all repairs will have been I I said, were well provisioned and kept .' ...
.A.f large supply of stores and provisions I made inside: a month when these two q their departure secret from no one '
for the P. '& O. 8. S Line I popular and crack little ships will ..e SCHOOL NOTESMiss I but their parents. Mr. Weaver, learn- '
warehouse in-ibis',city; were received' I!ready for the winter's business. Q rpenter has organized a ing that his son had run away tried Greenleaf !& Crosby Co.
yesterday. A clerk will not be supplied game of:sJIFloor Ball" to be played be- j to Intercept him at Cutlerbut they had
the house: before next month I Funeral of An Infant tween ti$ Freshmen and the Sophomore -I ready passed that point when he Jewelers and Silversmiths
when i the vessels of the line hare taken Funeral services over the remains Jufilors and Seniors. It Is a ;reached there
.:.up, their_ regular. winter schedules' of Edward the Infant son of Mr. and very interesting game and is played j' 41 J|West Buy Street I: Jacksonville i -Florida- .
Mrs Edward W. Small, took place In colleges In preparation for basketball Calling cards handsomely printedat I _
r. 'Dredge; Hearing Completion. from the undertaking parlors of H. i| the Metropolis once.Doll't I .
The '.two new dredges. which have M. King esterday afternoon at 3:30 Mrs. Jack Graham paid a visit to :
beeapuojer construction for the puti1eutmonthi o'clock Rev Dr. Fuller offlcatlngand the school i this morning. The faculty 1 :
: at ,the F. B. C. Railway -,the Interment being'In the Miami city are very glad to welcome visitors .
UioWi: 'are now ncartss com- cemetery. Mr. Small with lUtf tauuly and yMHft's!, 1 a
pleUop Sad one of them win be ready has made Miami his home for the I Miss Alice Sanders room Is made
,to be towed to the keys as soon aa theboase past two winters and was en route very cogx.and home like by some very I
: which II now being pat on. Is here from Tampa on board the steamer dainty white 3.)4 sash curtains. Mr. Property Owner :
"completed a few day hence. The Martinique wheq the child took The composition. for last week was ,1
;othir dredge is not so' far advanced lick and died of cholera infatum. The "The Five Best Books I have read 1 r '
;;.bat Ii.will -be ready for commission ,bereaved parents have the sympathyof and why.II liked them." The one for : i o'I "
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a ,. about I
Charade?. J j Since the announcement of the beginning of
Yestertjiay,was the day for the meet- ;
Pipe Large Mackerel Catch. .
the Art Stone Construction Co., wehave
Mr.;W. L. Kemper superintending Spanish mackerel are running tug of the Glee Club. secure '
two contracts foi"furnishing stone'for
the laying of the 27 Inch conveyor pipthat splendidly now and it is expected that There. ire two new scholars who residences.I'' .
will connect the city wells'with came last Monday, Miss Lanre and
,the daily catches from the present (! ." rI
i 'the pimping station, stated this mom- :through the nest! several months will Miss Nellie Shane. Be the Last I ."
tug ,that:Rafter long delay he is at be very heavy and proflUble An of f
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last la away to rush the work throughto I he fish houses received good catches OTICE I t I
completion and expect to have the I last night and others came in this All laBds und r my control are I Man in your town to order I NOW MIND. YOU,
pipe laid and connections made within :morning, aggregating the whole' at posted tad any le caught hunting or new garments for the fall and
'the next two or three months. The ',about 100,000 pounds. The largest trespassing will be prosecuted to the I winter season. Have them j
main troUble ,in laying the pipe has catches were_ received by Clark & extent b| the la r. R. L. Mills agent made byJohn j :
these INVESTIGATED the manufacture of
tSCouncil parties
been the accumulation of water the "
In Gerrock, Chadwick Bro and the Miami -
ditch;" It beteg necessary to keep a i Fish Co, the Rose Otto, of this latter No_ Quo urn Present Sewell & Bro. stone by other plants before placing their orders
pump going' 'night and day to keep It I mentioned company, coming In.this Owin.;to no norum being present and were CONVINCED that our method wasI
tree and allow work to progress. All morning with upward of 25,000 poundsof the reccis meet ng of the city conn- Miami's foremost clothes mak- I I
trf the' obstacles and nnforseen mmeutlea this choice fish. As a result of the I Icll called last i Ight for the purpose ers. They will be up to date 1 bI
: ,to be overcome' will make the big catches the various warehousesand I lof adopting a > nty and salary ordinance in every respect. Remember I! FAR SUPERIOR
,Installing the pipe' decidedly more docks of the fishing Industry in I fo| city o dais and employees ''''the I'
expensive than had'at. 'first' been intended th's port presented an unusually lively j did nor;materialize, several members spot.
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I appearance this morning., I being absent.by Illness. Messrs. Wil 356 BISCAYNE. HOTEL BLOCK. i OTHERS,
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{ Are you still wearing your old seedy out-of-date ;: Will Our St lie.' .

: ... straw :or felt hat ?:. Perhaps you have been thinkingof i .,

i I '. getting a new one; end :was merely: 'waiting for :

: the, new shapes to come 1 in ? ? ,,? ? ? -
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p t1ift'.wdt!' any' longer to buy a HatWe Const lltiori'YCo. \

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received b'ig' of 1906 ,1 :
have: just our shipment J I ,

,' felt hats in the new Knox' and Young!(|(Bros. styles. -''' i : I I II It

All are 'Beauties arid as most stylesjare| medium t tOc t Office and Stone Yard foot of Avc. D, ,

wide brims, Jhey are j just the thing for| a summa: <\ -h J i .I Miami I'Florida -

: clim'ate., They keep you! cool and, by jfimingdown \1"ftt9U\!
thfe:brim .shade: your eyes from the glare of the street. I J I .' .zI

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: ', AlsoPawAi Nutria Belgium Etc; ( j ,'" :Kodaks,]Kodak: Sundries. ". 1.1 dt
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:J < Young Bros. Hats,, SSiOO; and i $;3.50'u r. r* I Including;fenders, po1JSJiI&'
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HOLpAYGCD5rSOl 'Mr. E. G. Sewell has retained from The play ."Artiona' ," by the Miami L.I : : of Music Note j I ORDER {A CASE OF

a'business trip to New York. Dramatic Club, Jj billed for the 17thof .--: I I tf luRC THE WST.clgara .
VENIR GOQD5, this month, lie first performance I t
The High School Faculty I* well within, reach wham abort St.
It yon want a real cheap lot on of the season and Is for the benefit TonicBrew ; have
represented In the vocal classes Prot.Ilea I Better I ODe or twe,good smotssj
6th street tee ns quick. J. H. Tatum of the Trinity Guild.. than a dotteD
..).' : Prof. Brae, Miss Carpenter and I of inferior quality.piavana .
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20612TnSTREETBOOKSTORE ft Miss Au'tman being member I tobacco 1I1&T" high prices
Mr and Mrs,Rdjper, of New Zealand, I but that does
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The prevent M glvta
i Play Arizona will/ be produced *
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a.I ::r. aaJ .:s. c::=:: T. CoskUn areccupying who are tone of the worM, rue our customer' th* -- ...,,
Dlghi uy: Itramauc department at the f
o the Gramllng cottage adjoining sailed last for Hanna on the
I HAVANA FILLER'FOR,
Auditorium November 17th. I CENTS
Dr. Law steamer Martlnid ne. and after doing net > I'
the Island they rtll saO for Booth The Musical Kindergarten la always: a fine brain tonic. the Norma Martlnsz make tnl*, 4

I American state.| open to parents who may be Interested I from the Acme Bottling good smoke having the fan area 4.'
One of the classes ftf the First M the "
beat
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E.: Church of which Miss Stella Nelson l works. Our drinksare
Mr. and Mrs 31. Dean have moved first meeting of the Conservatory :
MIMiri \ ,is president, will enjoy a launch I I pure and fresh. "
to Riverside!; the Clatter House, Choral Society .is scheduled for
trip! to the Beach tonight have actuated We use only fine gran- I
which
they for the last Wednesday evening, November 15th THE CIGAR MAN

I year, being now ln charge 'of.'Mrs and those Interested are cordially Invited ulated sugar In syrups OPPOSITE --. 1
HOTEL 'BISCA
Furnished houses for rent for the J. N. Feaster, of.TUusvIlle, who'will to call for further particulars S'. .
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season at 140 to 1300 per month. F. fcontlnue! to operate It as a firstclassloardlng Miss DeVann has been absent from Acme'Bottling' (

WeHaveMade C. Braver ft Bon. successors to C. I b house. I. the Piano classes through illness. : r. c. 8rossIe fit Soft .r=i

C. Carroll 214 Avenue D. ? Works
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our' hope to see her back again Successors, to C. C. Carroll the

A letter E. B. Limp, soon.Mr. Mil&recs. Ycc of Ic.FactoryLHclvor Home eekera Agent

,Writing from Petoskey .Inch, under formerly connected In local newspaper Harry Cnlbcrtson has taken up t !
Special Bargain
date of the 3d, Mr. E F.BOBS, says: work state that he has an excellent a course of study in the Dramatic List

-We expect to arrive In Miami next position|tin the Methodist5ook department.The This month we offer the following -,

week. The weather is cold and the Concern aChlcagq and Is Jo Shakespeare class will begin line. M. D. D.D. s. liat to of property, and would be

:a good many enthusiastic, ground white with snow.' lag welL Mr. ifnd Mrs. Llmpus mord work December 1st All those Interested Physician""and Surgeon glad If YOU go will.into watch the details this pace with YOU.you' ;.

friends among 1 housekeepers from Miami this'y" summer. In the work are Invited to leave Den ll Scl.J.I..tMedloal .,,11 bf s,"If' to pick up some.'good

Dr.,E. M. Law, and wife who is the ) their names. No charge will be made Dental paying propertj.forS. .
: by unusual values of the 1'
daughter of Mrs. J. W. Boyd of this $1,500 wUl'J purchase one-half Interest for this class. Gcactoiy Orl.arraad: I'Oral Sundry.; Crow* Ii\"'
lJi.......of W OllIe.. i aid Bridrork *''
cut GlassChLJlJraa city have arrived in Miami and are 1D good paying.!,..business. Box 457 The Misses Kunz were guests of the If yon want a good cheap lot. let

at-home in the' large .house of Mrs 8. or F. GBrossIer. ft Son.t14 Avenue D Dramatic Club, Monday evening. Seeing Miami }by automobile. Lot ate show you the one we have on

T. Gramllng on 11th street Second street tot $450..
r' ton ft Elnlg. opposite po \mce. have ,N
No need to aeup; to Jacksonville o Furnished rooms at $5 to $25 each for A new 4 room home and .w,.......E.
ark] hire.
.an up-to-date
v .ter Charcoal broiler for sale. Dupasqnet elsewhere for weeding invitations announcements pqr month. F., C. Drossier ft Son i, House painted and ceiled and la-/' '
a. good (condition for'a -*'
Bant.ft Moaesese,make. Apply or ;fancy stationery. The successors. to C. C. Carroll, 214 ATeDue i cash abort. time,. :
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Fine, new house for sate at,a bigsacrI3ce only .- .t!.,.fT"; .::. f
md' Silver 4 10, nth street. Metropolis I is prepared to do this work D. : A good busineas '."VVp.
? or relltden t Xi.
only curare .
and a
In very latest : pan cam
the *tyle We are hereto property on Avenue D and 3rd at,
fJ .1 Mr. and Mrs. Kratzer are expected guarantee> you|satisfactions FresBHiomemade cakes and pies si 1 easy monthly payment. J. H. Tat re I 150 ft on Ave. D and 100 it on 3rd.

they'vf1nd} here.andaway.'ins t o* arrive in Miami 'tomorrow frOmPeIu1.lnuIa. LeXler fcCo, j 1 This property haa a 4we'IItlbar. .t
about lift and fruit treea it. '
C .on Cheap cash.
Mr. Kratxer -
having .
Edwin Nelson and I1rs.ACron B.
flme'to do little overhaulIng homemade 1 house and lot off' 14th street/ ,
there several weeks ago Try those cakes and pies
gone to accompany were out ar.h1ng' yesterday afternpon ,Second-hand baby carriage will' / be 'between avenue*. B'and C. ThU*

now to have .the,table' his family home from,their in ural]!|Nelson's carriage, sold cheap. Apply to 1000 Boulevard. at Lender's. Fresh; supply every fit J. house <. completely,famished arid

look Its best and most appetizing summers visit )lr. Kratzer is among when the'horse abbcame frisky and toll to ready for occupancy:baa all conven

for winter' appetiteMAYNARD the new property owners In this city. Kicked for its rights, landing several We charge BO cross our 12th iences. Terms reasonable., partcash ,it.
J y ,r street bridge to any one who buys a balance 1, 2 and 3 JeSn.t Investigate R.
t : had blows on the!3ianda of both worn Some lItoautful'lIew/ styles of type tbl. *, .
See the Metropolis before placing However there lot of a* in Riverside, or to any one ..
en. < were no seriousresults. for wedding Invitations, calling cards, A nice country house on main
your, order for fall announcements. || '..' 'announcements, etc have Just been who rents and occupies s MUM on uoroughiare' to the AHapattab

&. SON We have something pretty to show received "at the Metropolis office. If any of said lots.; We ave decided country near post-office,scfiool and

to sell tickets to; regular patrons at tore, abort ride to tow .
you This
Wanted To borrow $7,600 on ;;e- you desire any work of this kind call I ,
JmlflffAPi;; >> OPiTGIANSUPostef half .regular rates. Call ana see property his an, abundance of all
bn curity. valued at:!20000. Interest at In. ,Ind Jet. UR snow you something dua. !kinds of fruit
Among the the city this 8 per cent APp j to Beck Wilson ftHuddleston alee: '< .' :J. H. Tatum!:* Co. house well finished treeaTa"afceroes barn and o thonsea. *.

I week are Mr. George G. and Charles .
,.Hatcbett Bufldlng. Seven acres,aU improved.
fA., Beers, of Bridgeport, Conn, 'who v'.- Best table: board]SJ per weak Lri+ +' This IS a bargain One.hall, cs.h
.... Those home-made chocolate pies at it
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flee.. ... FkDon't \lown a fine lot oa Seventh street, belt Furnished Roona.$2 per week. Le*' Lester's Restaurant, 13: .A enne D. price$2.500.00. : ,i-
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: are proving quite popular.
( wee* Avenue B and C, and on which Is' Restaurant, 61$ Avenue D. one Here i i. ometl/inf a IMueeM it'
Try they delicious. J
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I will build fine S/;> stable property that wont last long. Thin
they commence to a Fifty loads we rotted manure l
I. property is within one-half block
residence,at once and:have it completed One of the Jolllest affairs of the season one year old for sale cheap. If the j post-office. The lot .25x150 of ,.
For bathroom .
,before January lot occurred laat|!night; the I part la your fixtures go toW. taken at one*. Miami Transfer.Co. feet and has a strictly modem two-, ;
.
Sell ._3. Brown: la the new, Front Bulldog 1 .
DORS pants being fully Jn the spirit of the j story stone building, which ia 23x75
cornerAreatie
?!! ,. D and llth street feet. The first "
Ten thousand trees contains
grapefruit ready occasion A tar a wagon was 'filleo The Junior Epworth League of the a atoM

for planting at Tonseys Nursery one with straw:and cich member of the First Methodist church: proposes entertaining .5x75.' thee second, which la 25x40, ''eo,
But. I mOe west of Cocoanut Grove R. R. Forty acres floe vegetable land' is !divided into a dat containing
can give you a ; company was proVlJed ,with a horn- In honor of their mothers four
pine and ditched prairie-for rent inluantitles large rooms, with bath and
Station. Prices reasonable. and everybody, klicrs, who lived with tomorrow evening} at the parsonage hall. AU convenience This prop-
to suit; at a bargain at
in hearing distance of the road lead* Arch Creek from '? to 9:30. ] The friends and erty ia rented for the first y:ar at

Pointeryour.ELECTRICAL Money burns holes In the pockeu log to cOcoanut prose, what'was don& thould be depot This property y members of the church are also cor.dial' S6W 00, and the second at 20.k'If ()(
be
seen to
and a burglar needs no better invitation ,with them. A stop was made at the subscriber appreclated.Thf Invited.i iForemai you want a safe and profitable
to pay you a visit If he finds out and wilt be found on premfst*. I investment secure this at once.
Grove, out !door 1 .
: games .
enoye
i Work '- I >. John H. Welsh. tf The price is very reasonable and
yon keep money la the hOllSt before
Wanted
for a while returnIng home. te ms easy. "
A SAFE PLACE i The evening was*pronounced Ideal a For fruit and vegetable farm. Man Here is a properly in a"bearing

:J H. BROWN I The First National Bank Mimi' Fla. the moon was In,Its brlghte.t'rlort, rUE RACKET STORE who unJerfrUuds prove work setting grapef,nit and orange prove; which ,\

i .. Capital. $50,000. surplus. 112.500. Four .the, air cool and\fragrant Mr.- and I IIS trees, tmddlng, et& Apply In person i i. seldom offered for sale at the

teal Contractor, 1113:Ave. C per cent' paid on savings. Mr% G. P. Caesar, of Boston chaperoned I to M. 8 Bur bank,1 American Nut and price asked. This property QM"
.i Till rut( tales ten acres and baa 1475 treek. ,
'the"partr:and added much to Fruit Co. i
t part bearing. 600 to bear next
4 : r have ,a fine large .tent. suitablefor .:
cOmposed
the pleasure. Thdse who j year, and 300 the year following., '

OffAFDarr ,faiull/ use for.sale"or,rent: C. the':party iron Mr. and'I Mrs. Carver,i REWARDI Here i is the fiat: .
C. Carroll 214 3 erne IX'f\e 5J( raptruit. beariD / '
r Minoru 1lI&u.I\I Hmptoa, Aet.Ed S'e1 ., :
st U! fiy ;:; fvr (;TlJ;ace to convict "
ixw b
Comic PostCards ; ,
ar nexvyeaV
.
I :
Jeanette Watson Ada Shepherd,
persons of stealing fruit from my 300 I. two '
Rev:' H. G. Porter, who I la suffering Frankle Graves,I Beatrice, Xlmanles, bear in .yea*.. I.
grove. J. M.,Key] Miami. 100 orange bearing. '
.. 1
Lunch .result
with a bad bruise, th* of'aa Mae Robinson; Melsrs. B. M. Kritch- 100 II bear ocxt -

accident at the beach' Tuesday he ell,,C.: Iii Hall.,c| C f: Pnrsley.ttoo- '* ( gocoooococccJOOCOOOOCOOOOOOOOOCOOCOQCO 350 budding .t ck. "year. 'i j

t having, had his left leg' caught la the die 'BurJIne, .FrfdH. 'Rand, WalterVanlandlnghain. 50 pear trees (avocadj.): "' ,;:
anchor,of the)launch"and crushed to ti I 25 mango trees "

ttfitymaking a g some extent.. Is.not able tolbear. any '?_ ONECEN1AORD D DF Situated on the famous* Orange a' '1
v ( Glade
'ut..II : I rock road, ly miles Irwn tie
weight that limb sot confined

the on Madame,,Amae.the eelebr Ue.l".Plrlt..! : ; cityi The price and terms' '.ace sack
to his room.' It is sincerely hoped. trance,. business medium and scientific that will move this '1
promptly. If
'all that the wound b< If you 'are"f feeling blue come 'r Kab-A 51 lick quitend oak roller... .1
aad to- 111. interested write
;neatest, ( I ; .* will'soon palmist, hu arrived ia Miami and tak. lqilra at tJala aejati .or call at once.

>R healed | 1 to now'.located at IMS Avenue Bwhere' around and see our line of -exchur* user for oW Victor Z.4. "
tttcorttvrlt Are.D betwre tad
*
mmin; ttw city.AN she will be"found,:for the wlnter.ea. comic post cards a d'h ve a NACHISE* to COSZ3 METROPOLITAN. TALKING aad3rjSt." ,. I

Dr. S. 1L.-.Armatroll.C.-the yey.nervei'pectW.t. aad :non Madame Ague reads life.from laugh. We also have: a largeline ..... CaulorMf/M. raJa. ladyUle Pt' .. Box 457. Miami, Florida '

:IDEAL,PLACE L of Jackioavlfe' will the cradletu; ;Le'irTp: with absolutecorrccinessJ of Souvenir postals ahd l

fOR LADIES be'it,the Hotel Blscayne; on,Nor. 2S, I : If 'in trouble her advice fine ,Souvenir China.A Miami Conservatory of'
M"usic".1:
26 I and. %T.I :'will help,.ypi-: Her fees are


;'Coaa rdectwida: .. a-sakwa. Do'Dot forges that Dr.,Eo H. .AnD- reasonable. ,her., AIKs/e.f.1; ._ Invited,..,"cOD to- j 225 Twelfth;Street'r :

;Nc at strong and staff of eye and nerve speela'lsts. \ A plaat flclet ghrn wtt eat 25e Hrckise FrankDn Coleman Bush, Director.

-. everg day of Jacksoavllle, will be here al BLum 'FLAGS TORE:WILL: tdiDed 1

glasSe. Light renents tieant.. Blscayne'Hotel.November 25, 2i 6 Ben foe: h European faceltv.! An artilt in charge o!-each >MrV ''',
__ WE SELL EVER YTHINC.Oe ment Piano, Pipe Voic
served dor- 27. They request that aU their 1 Can 3 Ib Lye Hominy ........1 -AND SELL IT CHEAPEF Physical Culture,Organ. Violin. Mandolin'Eloention. -

Ing ail.,hours.: former .patlenta' cola come to the do1 'Can' 21b Corn|| ......:..... 6c ny and history of Music French.Clatses.German D arrow's and Spanish.Kindcrearten Harmo and,, i

tel for aa inspection of their eue'u'oI 3 Cakes Soap ..!: ............. EC W. H. Chaille& Son Primary Musk Classes. :: -' :: Send for catalogue ,'

I door east of Avenue Don 13thU would.Invite any others who.are in 6 Cans Baby Pet team ........ 25e40g

Front ;HnildingyMai u;"la:]need of their services to see them. Second street J. 1211 ,Avenue D Diplomas Granted Upon Graduation.h .



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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS, MIAMI, FLORIDA. 'THR SDAY. NOVEMBER t, 1905 i
PACE SIX
: ,
'. And In connection with the objects ation as and for the articles ok Incorporation well known as one of the persons described

SIMPLE LIFE. 'I''hereinbefore enumerated, to establish of the Miami Transfer Company In and who subscribed:: bar
I i ADVERTijEMENTSCITY '
LEGAL and did severally acknowledgeto name to and executed the
.,. ... and conduct and permit the establishment foregoing
The JHol" f a D Proof HoB.eo I '
Brley-brae I. .....1..... --- ..-..- ,, and operation of any business me (that they executed the same articles of Incorporation as and for

Not a ulngle piece of u|>boMcr<*l fur- I colec&r! .fihalli receive the sum of which may be conveniently carried on for the] purposes and uses therein ex- ( the articles of Incorporation of the
ORDINANCE
uttorr have ,.e In our new house ex -- | 60 cents for each distress warrant and the establishment of which maybe ,I presseo ; Miami transfer Company, and dlJ acknowledge

rept a largo couch in our sitting! room; I An Ordinance dcslsnatinfi( ihe offl-'I issued fly h'm to be charged u part of directly or Indirectly conducive to I It witness whereof I have hereunto that he executed the aamVv

many .-ii liious and pilljws supplying ''cere of the Cit of Miami prescribing the costs for collecting the unpaid taxes I any of the objects of the corporation set myj hand and official seal this 2<1 for the purposes and uses thereto a-'T\;)

oftDOH
divans, that are handsome the stylesof anti terms of off.cf and providing lot ery, ab4 the sum of 10 cents for each or otherwise aid or take part In any N. P. S, May Robinson, witness whereof.' I have bereustoa.. ..

brae today.wllbIod.iI The mans our pieces old botiie of uric w.ierattered -a- II their compensation assessment of city taxes, certified by' such operations. ; Notary Public. set my band and official seal this 31 "...

were of value and Rivalbeauty I I 1IL ordained by the City Coonlcl him as?unpaid against real estate to Without in any particular limitingany My commission expires Mal 12.1908. day of October. A. D. 1105.'j

4 "fn ', of Miami the city council and payable the of the objects and powers of the State Of New York. N. P. S. Ceo. Sheppard..
but 1 hud vowel to. dKl''>' ,r the City : by.
and bron/r for the iff; corporation. It Is hereby expressly declared County]of Niagara. IlL Notary PnbDc. :
but a few vane _f Section 1. The governmenl of city. :
their care wan a weariness tj mi*..If.1 I City of Miami shall. be carried on by|I II Thai; Cty attorney shall receive provided that the corporationshall On this day personally appeared before Patterson ft Erwin .

and too wu.of a -MiiisUulity| to ""ht'l ,following 'officer lo-wiu sum': pis; $300.00.per year and In al-I I have power to Issue bonds tie R James T. Brundage. :to me Attorneys for Ineorporators.BUROINE '
.l nndf'rtak.'I :lt to dowUb"tbero .
oak a m "t to
wan i-i-rinu* questloii. I: A mayor, a city council consistingof dltlon;;{hereto, hOf shall receive a fee and other obligations In payment {

They""repneDt much love aud kindly nine member., a board of commissioners of *5 tbr each sit Instituted by him I for property purchased or acquired *Ij -''

tbooght as well an lutriuxic worth. of public works, consisting of to fre lose liens for taxes on real by It, or for any other objectIn

Tbe nggndiiui.. of a friend bellied mefTPatly I'three members a city treasurer, a city property, and liens for laying sewers or about Its business; to mortgage Miami Business
and now t wo Slaw front cablwrts marshal a city clerk a municipal! and street and sidewalk Improvementsr or pledge any stocks bonds or other j Directory
one I
standing
hold: these treasure
to the reception hall the other In the judge, a city tax assessor who shall together with 10 per cent of the obligations, or any property, real per ,J I : .

library where visiting friend may also be the city tax collector and a amount of the recovery provldedthat sonal and mixed which may be acquired I :, r.;1.

nee their gift; of the past still treasnm city attorney, all of whom shoal be In no'event shall such fees be chargedto by It. to secure any bonds.notes' The-Out; of Town Buyer. And) those within the city will find In the .. )

). Twice each'year the doom are elected by the qualified voters of said thelclty.TheSclty. or other obligations by: It Issued or Incurred : 3 list below the addresses of Miami Merchants tinder : "
opened and each article dusted no 1)1) ; to make and perform contracts ; classified heads for ready reference. .:.
a'so auditor chiefof auditor shall
city. And a city a receive the I
1
oftener dusting being Facts ,
necessary. of kind and description i
roam hal from two; to several good the fire department a city physl- sum of. $5 per day for services act- any ; I -- "

ptetoro OD''the:walla,. and books are 'I c'an a sanitary Inspector and city ua'Iy I |,Off eDdere.... and In carrying out its business or THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. A QUARTERMAN

.....,.Jaere:. I cemetery superintendent each'. .of The|city cemetery superintendent !for the purpose of attaining or farthering Dealers In Groceries, Hay and ..
'A' ThW.y' .* Url... any of Its objects, to do any and I Dealers In Dry Goods, Nolto i
whom shall be appointed by the mayor shaUfeceve|) the sum of $100 per ', Grain. >
We'ba.e lived' In this tidy "way saysa. !Ii all other acts and things which are J J
counclLADd .
and confirmed by the city fear Cor. Ave. D 4th St. Miami. FIa. and Ladles Furnishing
.Good Uoosekeeplugwfiter; for two !\ now.or'hereatt r'may' be authorized and ...
f andeach' of the tiiae 'wes also a street overseer, and city The'tanltary Inspector shall receive "
years, day ; '
by law, and to exercise any and all ; E. L. BRADY CO. '
hareiUked it more and more The ex- surveyor each of whom shall be appointed the sutn of $360 per year and all aanItaryliees ) i 300-30 Uth SU lOamL J_ .
other which a1 co-partnership! Fancy Grain
pee of tb* Hardwood furniture watt by the mayor and confirmed and charges collected by powers Grocers Hay,
.the,'many'cruhloua' find pillow. "wasneb' by the board.of commissioners of pub- him.I! .or natural person could do and exercise and Mapes' Fertiliser! J. L SCREVEN
kxa than the cost of 1tllholllter.wwJ4.e :. and which are now or hereafter Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
.
lic worki. .
The compensation of the street orerseer
been, and the work auf'demmot may be authorised by law.
be'eetl mated.. On the walls of See. 2. AH elective officers shall bold and city surveyor shall be fix- i Article X. The amount of the capital 12th Street. Cor. AT a Miami. Fla. Dealer tn Drugs Patent MadV' 4 4c1D.

the new boas an the paper baa a omce for the term of two' years, or ed bathe commisslonen of publloworkst stock shall be Fifty Thousand I .. ToIlet'.Articles, Station*!. .
J. L LUMMUS
.1N ameotJa'flnIab that can be wiped 1
Jd.
treed finalKttdten until. their successor ate regularly ; I I$50,000.00).lofars i ( divided Into n.ei I j r'YOUNGB'PHARMACY
elected and quallfled to 6.. The salaries all Dealer Grain .
except as eeM of officenshal
,; pantry, 'Melt. halls bath- 1 i Hundred(500)' shares of the par value In Groceries DOT Avenue D. MlamL >fy
moa ,and Inatone. ;haTe walls and members of the city,council and commissioners be paid out of the general fund, of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars I; Hay and Fort llsare. s

e Wng painted and varnished,' a. doth of public works who; snail and .stall be audited and allowed by 'I I each, which shan be payable In lawful 135 12th Street Miahd: Fla
a. a broom keeping them free from hold office for the team of four yean the city council' in like manner as I of the United States-of America .
money -
dad washed-Once this In each the late,, year fall-to'. ,they remove are or nntll their '*"eee ora are elected other" bllls against the city and shall I, ,, Fifty '(M) per cent of saidcapltal'.toet 4 A. J. CAMPBELL I .,Drugs,: Toflet: _

dissect vpots and eggs that'IDa7. have and qualified provided that of the be payable monthly except" u. herein shall.be subscribed and ArtIdPerfIImerteI-, ._ ,._- -- ., .-Eon..-- .
dealer
ben deposited thereon. Clothes closets members of city council who' shall provided. I paid .for'in cash' before said corporation In Dry Goods, dothIng. Uonery.' et& :PwecrlptioM. J 1

are papered, side* and celling, with a be elected<< to omee on the fourth Monday Sea R. AU ordlances and parts l shan transact any business, and Gents' Furnishing'''' carefully compounded. ? *r

B4ahraMMd paper that will bold clean in Otcober: D.- 1906. five members of :ordinances'' In conflict! with theprovi the balance shall be payable In cash : ml U14Arnwa. .)ftLr
111 Avenue D.,, -Ml Fla. ..
aid Intact I ____ ..
many years. .. _
-
shall hold office ions '
'..1'. .. .,- -* for theIn-Of | of the ordinance, be and upon call of.the board of directors.

fiCHODLGIRL'S'DRESS. '. of thefour year*':four'member. the lime is hereby repealed.! Article 4. The corporation shall ARMSTRONG GROCERY!CO. THE RED '.CROB! PHARMACY

of the city council ahalll hold office PaMed October 1.. 190S. 4 I
continue and have fun to exercise
power Dealers In Drugs Medldnen, !
tIMNe Md* akinAer..ae.el *fAt for the term of two yean provided || 1'.,H.' Wharton Its' corporate franchises privileges Fun )fine of staple and fancy groceries, Toilet Articles.preacrtptloa
a... ..1 s.4.Nian Eeeb further.'that of the beer of commissioners Acting President of City CouncIL i ;
and Immunities for the term ofnlDety..D1De fresh] meats, vegetables etc. ,KIDO
carefully
this season of the year both heat of public works who lball be AtteTs| R. 8 poultry I compoimJed.
Flanagan.
ire : (99) jars from and after ______ _______ ] promptJJnatteJa4e.1 to.
and cold to be more or less taken :
,
Into';"consideration In :dress, and especially elected, to office on 'the;,4th Monday || Acting. City Clerk. the commencement of Its corpor- N.W/i+! Prout Bldj. 11th s0, Avenue D I2iH'Bt; Cor. .A 1''. -c.. I JIIaJ J. Tin. ..
when It te juvenile garb that laconcerned. in October A. D. 1905. two of,such Approved. October 19. X.D. 1905. ate existence. I / I

., However. as extra;'wraps commissioners shall hold 'office'for I 1' John Sewell. Article 5. The business of the corporation

are easily' added, moderate, weight Is the term of tour yean and one commissioner II Mayor. shall be conducted by a boardof

..- to. be. preferred for gowns for which shall ho'd omce for the termof not less than three (3) directors a COntractors PropertyIf Own is'j
...... cashmere fine and tweeds '
serge
two yean, The,term. of omce of all OF INCORPORATION.a president vice-president, secretary,
are better' than heavy, ,cheviots and NOTICE
.
officers appointed by the mayor shall treasurer and generat manager and r don'i : ..
Whom It May Concern: you want to SAVE MONEY
with the term
expire of office of the such other officers, 'agents and em- !.
Nqilce la.hereby given that the nndertjened I can't If do
mayor we come to
;\ making such appointment ployes as may from time to time be help you. you "
Intend to apply to his Excellency I ..J
Sea 3. Al' c'ty'officer above named elected or appointed by the board of i

shan have all the powers e\. e":;' of, the Napoleon State of p,Florida Broward., for Governor let-- I directors. Any two of said offices except The J. A''i McDonald 'CO.

privileges and performa and perform the omce of president In the discretion
I4 al the duties required of and Imposed .er||pateDt on the proposed'charter I'+ of the board ot directors, may

upon_ them by the ordinances of the .hereto attached.- be filled by one and the same persons. 1 And,Buy!.Vo Building Mate-ial! ,
Tills. 2d day of October. A. D.. 1903.
city now In force and the city charter 'of ;1.
The number the directors of the !

enacted by the Legislature" of Florida t J.J. M T. Hanley.Brundage. corporation shall be fixej from time ,Long Leaf Yellow Pine,.and: ;Cypress

Acts of 1905. to time by the by-laws but the DUmber

Sec.. 4. '"The city officers named In 1, ;8. L. Patterson.. If fixed at more than three shall 1 of all '' kinds : :

sect'on one of this ordinance shall C1CARTERw be some multiple of three. ,

receive u compensation fOr thefr W the undersigned do Hereby asjjite The-Damel of the officers and directors We also sell Lime,. JBrick ((4 kinds).. Cement, Sash Doors i

services for each year, the sums following -..eocl ourselves together for- the purpose who are to conduct the business' 1 j Mouldings, and ;whatever else a builder requires i iI'

l to-wit: ;) of organizing a body corporate of the corporation. until those at possible figure. 1

The mayor' shall receive a salary :under the laws .of the. State. of nor1"1' elected at the first election shall be j Iqwest __ i

1 1 of 100.00 per year or fractional part qualified are: James T. Brundage, You Know Where We Are. "14th Sb 'Miami, flat:

thereof. The' following Is, the proposed charter president; J. M.: Hanley; vice-presi I' -
The members of the city council for the, Intended corporation: dent'and general manager; S.- L. Pafc J SEE

shall receive the Article 1. The name of the corporation and I It .
IICJIOOLGmL".ocL, su mof ".00 IW escvregn'ar tenon, secretary and treasurer'
'friea: ... '" .. .. or special meeting when they shan be "Miami,Transfer Com- !James T. Brundage'J. M. Hanley and 1 1I
Aneat coat and skirt of one '
f at the,latter stuffs make a_nice walk. personally attend. ,| pa0 .'*_and Its principal place, <>f..business S. Ii Patterson shan constitute the Dt.Burnharri!

IDa salt,'but there Is always entailed The commissioners "public works '1D"Da4e"count7./Florida,' with board of dimeters.

i the walut' romplete<; this, and the shall receive the sum of 1100.00 each principal''office at.Miami, Dade' oU. The organlatloa ,and first annual ; h_ __, _' ...
....... where, the schoolgirl Is concerned year, payable' Quarterly, 'and to. cue ty*$lorlda. meeting of the stockholders shall be '

,; is an eatremeb.dnbloas prop- of he Issue of City Bonds, the commissioner Article 2. The general nature of held'on the 22d day of November A. I Siecia1it
,
.Mlle It sboflW always be neat andte :
; fNIIt! appearance, but. is it} Expe- of. public. works shall receive 'business to be transacted Is to establish D.. W05 In the dty ot Miami Dade .

rIeu.to maay ease favors the claim one-fourfh of one' per cent of tepuire/duns equip,operate;;conduct county Florida: The annual meetings } \

.T a:a...-tI1 silled bodice and the at prooeda.for'negoUatng'and and maintain a general transfer thereafter shan.be held on the second If you are a,, sufferer. (with ..Chrohtc'or i BloodJ:Disease! Ali.'

... ..... disbursing the same. livery.. or other transportation. bMtness. -, Monday fat January of each and every Female Diseases and Der.ingements-mOsi successfully treated .\

*.'. *efthwtde'.liP.ot the oneeb.wa' The city marshal shall receive the year. j Also Rectal and Genito' Urinary Diseases -

In. ,the well accompanying fitted' to meet group cho3l-beaslseitUy um'of |65 per month and In..afdt- Tp buy;-'sell, le ae' 01' otherwise to The officers and board of directors AU t... ta_apro.ed Eieetrteal

room e'Ia'eDf"m.:, and It baa been espertelly lion thereto-- he shall be. allowed the deal or to traffic In automobiles and of the'corporation shall be elected at r To ueht 1M Ia4Iaa., a lady's..aid"- adla.a." ....

designed fur red or brown'casb same fees u are allowed sheriffs. motor'Vehicles of all kinds whether the first annual meeting of the stock '

'mete, worn with a patent leather belt.:: all acre be'forethe: municipal! court .propelled by steam,'gasotne. electric- holders. and at.each annual meetingof Up-Stairs : f;., : : Metropolis Building

while the Text might now be a lingerie for the violation of city ordinances, It j*r other power.5Tp '.' the stockholders thereafter; but t -
aI air and later on of fine cream cloth I :.L; If from any cause an election shalf not ,_ h t'
provided that In.DO case-shill such !>> buy len lease_or otherwise to ',
or.Banaei.. ._ I fees be chargeable against the city., I deal ,or'to' traffic In automobile,and be held on the day of such. annual Southern Marble & Stone I
Co.to
.
l.fewJde. The ciyt clerk shall receive the ma ally, ui motorvehicle; supplies, fixtures meetings" the corporation shill not. :: l lI lMttiHki

BAsr grape Juice,. strip and pkk over of $40 per month for attendance upon and furnishings' every'nature'an 1 on that account be dissolved, but an I. 48,HOOAN, *STREET.JACKSONVILLEHeadquarters ..

7WI. grapes, washing and draining the'council meetings ,ad!keepinga kind soever. y | v election' shan' be called by the dine- 1 .for -
ecrefnUj. Crash them and set to aim- is
C' ton soon as practicable thereafter,
.\ '\ record of their proceedings, and for To establish,' acquire, own, equip, }
per qa.: porcelain ,kettle. Use! no | I due notice of the meeting for,,that Building Stone Marble etc
water., When.cooked sufficiently to other services like fes as are allowed operate, conduct and maintain such ,, ,
yield aV their,juices, train and press clerks of circuit courts, pTO'Ided.that gauges and general motor vehicle repair : porposi being given according to law. '
>
Article *. The'nt amount'ofIndebtedness MOSAIC! A/ND/ TILE WdRKFOR >
Y the pnlpa then nveasure. low..l1quld In' cases' of criminal,prosecution_ .. before and supply,JepoU.or'establlsaments -1 .
.. .mmt.stir,la aJMcvp of stucar.to every the inunlcipej=court"; m no event at such point"or points within which the corporation f t.
aft.*'Lt.b' take> Bring,tab barely \ chargeable I Iti may afany'time Abject Itself to snail FLOORS. BATH ROOMS MAN I'KL8. ETC.M .
shall such fees be against State of'Florida" the ;
corpora 1'
to .>-.; uulckJy ttrfu again: and the city. Ouf ia'IDQ' not be mare than one-half of the n" a.ats, fIII" CcsMtcrfl Wirfc, tig. ht \
pea tot* wins bottle while very hot .. desire.'i. .. amount;of its then'futlypaldtn capItal :: t n -' :: "* "
aanag at sea Keep fat cool place The city tnaItIrerahaI1 .receive l i.!oeatabIIIJI.eqaip.[ :-, stock:' I,.,...u. w.rk. .;' traari_ I hdudd", .Ga.r.ela: rngt'iir.ka_
'
d JftI an ready for many emef- the sum of.$100.00 per yearand.InaddIUonithento operate, conduct and maintain'a Hnof Article 7. The names and'resldencea

'J'a"peek.' ., the nest season,-Table.A ; In cannot' the; Issue f jautomobnes; or other ,motor :rehlo- of the Incorporators of the 'company : :
"\ .:.. .,. ; & t.
of ity. BoD....-.the+sum. .of. -one. 'half'. of le| between any two or more points and the amount of capital toet sub>>. DeBerrf
.' ., 'a1llr-bi..w.... halir.m., one .per cent of the net precede of wttffln the State of Florida.aojulre scribed for by eiaCh" an sis' follows: : ff

,' Ftencb" wrinkle l..ts'eat.:amaUKOUnts such bonJs"toe'recxhfag'and'. paying fro! -by purchase,,-gift.lease, Jam''Sroida: =i, .Niagara' talks,' -I MANTIPACTURKRSpPJ '
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MMM with salt and pepper,baste with out the lama exchange or. otherwise and to aeD. N.:Y4 60', shares: j;:It. Hanley.'Miami.' ROU6HjAND'DRESSED'! '
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.fl*M knit ants rut:: They are dished I The municipal' Judge'shall: esi. few or othenirledlipoe'cereal: andpersonal JTa, 80'! shares;' & 'II Patterson. M> 1
wMk tB4ebneae aide op, covered with the sum of $300.00 per yea payable la property. or either or 'any mJ..uC W'shareiIn : t. .

a ...... ance.; to wMeh a maD fried monthly fn.tallmeats'ei 121 ee.ch, and interest' Or estate therein "without b..:: |' witness'1 whereof, ''we have Hereunto

mtam and s der .,. gartte Dave these. to'addltlon thereto,. a4 Dri tlol{fee I teg,confined"to such real or'personal set one hand! and''seals this 3d ;PINE LUMBER;
...... and sprinkled with shredded
an-
of doper fOl'.ch1 case "
and ones. ;ariungbefore property as may.be necessary 'for or day of October., ..L'Do IMt
tIIldIU .r-Tbj" ;may be* verxlttJaici Amerl--. the' mnflldpal TOttrt, provided;! incidental to the proper carrying: on J. T. BrU4a..' seal Write f or Ipricea.: Now ready to fill orders.

ftIIIaetI basted with thatIn no event-shall such'fees be business of the corporation or J. It Hanley seal j ....
.. by being .bntter yhe. ,,MILL AT GO=VAN. P :O. FtRRINI >'D D JcourirY, FLORIDA,
brlad of oO and the '. chargeable against the dry.
!if emitting gmrHc. any part thereof. B. L. Patterson seal '
.. .!The city.tax* assessor. ail dty tax !i"nae bnstnn"or purpose of the corporation gtate. of Florida.. .
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f'' '. collector shall receive the' > ram of Is from time to time'to do Coatct Dade;; u: F Meyers & Robinson

;.J.; selectei,'for-the''Whlte BOOM le baa en- $1110 for' useimng;t>..'etty taxes''and any one erasers of th. acts or things On this day personally appeared be-' i ;

joeda' apeclal '.ogee ,among faahioa* preparing. the assesment roll for each herein"set forth; and ttm.-. ct fore me, J. 1C. Hanley and .. U Patterson

abto'';fc .aDd'tM.fuduUDc Greek year and for collecting. the city taxes its' business i In any part 'of th* State ; to me welt known iYo of Contracting Electri clan s.

flforea with-their'awlrllnc' ;draperies for each year, the sum of two percent of| Florida,"and'mat have owe office the*persons .described tn 'and who

Md graecfil cnrrea, are given decVIMweferoca. on the first $2,000.00 collected I or"-moie than"on* 'offlc. within said subscribed>> their names to and execut j
although medaJTlon Ernn.aretatlee \ 1019 D Miami Florida
come IB as close rivals., .lied In addition. thereto the.city tax .tate. ed the .foregoing articles of Incorpor Ave.1 ,
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( MiAiil| METROPOLI.MIAMI, FLORIDA THRU so AY. NOVEMBER 9, nos ;
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AHOME L Jacksbi:TENNESSEE!. Tenn.,FARMERS November MEET 8.-:The\ Sunshine in your Ii r : tij!

BUY West Tennessee Fanner's Institute{ '
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TAe Acme
jljc professions; < which I Iiheld under the aniplcles of" Home Billiard
the Stat<. Department of AgrIculture, ParJoi's'1
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'l 1. opened it* session here today. Over
In the*Land of '* 1 one thoyiand farmers {om all parts Fifty-two times a year is assuredto t 1309 AVENUE D.

Flowers en.I.Sunshine ot the \feitern dlitrlctsV. the Stats\i you if you II t!

P.aer.oxs ac >rravats gtTTORNEYS are In attendance. An Inter sting and 1 I : ONE BILLIARD!|AJJD FIVE POOL TABLES
tfractlve|program has been J epareJ READ the SUN i NOTHING BUT SOFT
Inrettt in,property that insures a AT LAW. i I j JRUus SERVED
We have and several prominent experts 0 agrl- j .
profitable investment aU oosn.,State udFcautl i
profitable orange groves at remark /sotslaott1n.sloe.sa.talstaad ftlUpnotioolB xrfeotioc cultural'and: ; subjeets related wllKad- \ That illustrated, weekly paper, airs 1\ ?. tad' Tobacco kept'gin ttoek. Miami Florid
ably low prices. .Acre property tad TltlM. dress th6--members of the Institute/ i I,
suitable for growing vegetable and ').Bo.m, Mfausl. Fla: t printed in Jacksonville and
New Yak. November 8-The Investigation
citrus' fruits from $12.50 to $300 published everywhere. :
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per acre. Business lots from $1500to :3. T. BIAGGS. JL D.. .o t the methods and affairs of -- .i. _
$20eOO. Residences, $1000 to the Mutual Life Insurance Company,I.., I j N000 1 -_._.. _. -
$18,000, all on GOOD TERMS. orbs BediteM with tab aM BtecctcorMtAve er-1'IIaIaM1. which watt temporarily adjourned .on I ;A. K. Taylor I i ''tonerATOM. B ail 11th Street.
C November.*6. was resumed toJay. A 'I .
J'WBIDA.QB. R : _
Rentals Fire MIAMI. large number of witnesses has been '
I' Makes thy cartoons and all thother I \ G.. A. MULLCR &SON.!CPropriYos; .
ummoned the
J.M. JACISOH, a. and Investigation willow I II '
be Continued without farther Interruption -I pictures. I
Jfisrace and Collections omci: until conclude
maL BlSCATNK BLOCK,Av*.D .SAN
MIAMI. TLOBIDA. t ,I I Claude LTEnglc CARLOS

Resident agent for the Georgia II'tfi I I
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Home G. W. M. WILLIAMS, ,; .. U"} ":'" In pungent editoriaVparagraphs iBBHaBfflmnBmaMmMBfflBBaJ.
Bock Wilson.iituddlestOl1 : Il. .'; :'- looks after the things that '' I ,Galin, (O*ea'-all ti rear It ISOper Jay tad.

Attorney At Law 'IIo ,.. ....r'I' -' .,. need attention.\ 11 SAM Tbs inn I' special-e"- Lam perk SAMPLE to C--'a1 aooYarfabftia
.Suite 2, 4, 6 and 8 "A' Oat 668. k
fbtlls.
No.3'.OK. Office'er Baol'Bay Bscayae I '" WARM, BRIGHT, FACINATIN ..... .......-.,........4 ...... ,

Twelfth Street Miami. Florida I Geo. M. Robbins; '/ "'1",7\, ,t CLEVEB \ ." -..
From A Hoi In IMeuntaJ.
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:: ::' \ II 'I. I Counselor That the Sun to ;rour skylight lg certainly a
and -
Attorney '
F transition.!
z< ,-t3> _. That's how U to :.wUIt
: At LawWill II I a lining though The lead tali tai
7 I > If you pay to read this paper you iF( tiZ x. )
pnctic U. a11C, *n.. Stale *.J FtJeralQR. : t from the mine Had us and wo.the*
-- o' mALL QUARTERS can-rccd Tss Sj;: too, fi t
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II I 4* EZTCNSB. Repair Your.Skylight !t.
..J' + r W. B.RUSH. WITHOUT EXTRA
e .rtH:: i where oarj pies have been tasted andtested Prom tin cutters to tin letters I...
,'Ebose 84. ;yooi will hear them. praised. '
OfflM m-lSth street numbers
Aak writ. and are aUln'our line Thin
us or, us *
8eI1d.DJe,%le ttJa 8'i i leartlly. |E:jhere Is a knack:about pie f' l :pairing that'stars'and "'1 &*.
bating which we have,cangh't'perectly. liT '
r MIAMI.IrLA.ll. I \ Is HOW WA'RWIN! TRAD
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I II Wc"U tell you how. l y 1 f x TRY US NTO''fOtS,. di .

J. I f. Mullett M./D. t OUR PIES ,. 'I "
n --..-,-----.-- --'-. \PIONEER" CORNICE. COMPA. -it''"
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wII Office and Residence( ,815* will bear|aomparlwn with ,even the n 1, thank the Lordl" -
best of home made. And If yon area

-Noted,--..: Ceule' ..,- ,Are. C.,(Opp.) ..Scbooftoose fair Judge, yon win admit'ours sire cried' Hannah Plant of Little Rock. i iI

,surly supply the meat that we supplyto MIAMI FLORIDA even bette.!| than "mother's. But iOU Ark., "for the relief I.got from Buck- I

our customers. The range steers wont befkble to Judge, unless' ;yon, len's Arnica Salve. cured mr.; tear- -
>that are&allowed to shift for themselves Dr J ,N. TaylorOffice give our as' trial ful'running'sores, which nothing else
until they reach'the stockyards iofl.SEVB would heal;and from which 1 had suffered

,and; then get.cOrD foi a few *t L for 5 ;rears." I( Is a m&rvelooii

i days are 'not*what we,want'nor DADE PHARMACY 132 STREET, : : ,' healer, for cuts, burns and wounJs.
what our customers want., : Guaranteed at all dugglsts. Price 2Se.Sa .
Miami
RaideD 809 AftD "D. .
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Prime we offer.MeatsJdt ; Their tender ,W. C. Maynard, 1 ...
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and 'fine flavor arehlghl GRADUATE OPTICIAN ", t I .
[j appreciated.A. With Maynard A Son,wlors
AraM D Cut to Port OOc r
B. Doanc Prop.Leaders Wrn. Cufry's sons

GEO., L. MCDONALD., 'it I ,Carriage and I '., ..,.. .-- ,
'iii iii.UUUISi.iUuSSaISUfPthe C2tU IqIuer I Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS '.

*mmjimt B MlTldla. I*.*. ..,.aa1tJ I ./ i. FOR
.OOCOAKTJT OBOVI. rLA.o I I .
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ork Horses"ItI Ship Chandlery B fldfu
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..',W. BAdUS: 1 i I m
r \ 0t ; "' ttL -' Materials ,Of All Kinds.
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tans,SpoelBeatloos sad Detail Mado I
for BaUdiBKi of All Kind, Fiat h Coal ant Ice, Strata marlne'Railways, Machine Shop Forr
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t i. : (.BnidwoesaSpe.ialty .. '
I "5:;vOrfics,'1315, ATX PC D. II have received of fine All kind. '
're' a car pt repairing Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done at the I
Gent'sY : shortest notice;in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanics '
1 llf ALTKF C. DzttAKMO li horses;, and{ interested
,. anyone! j I -
it :, .I1:' '-" 1'"t.. jtcaii inspect them at my stable Dade Co. Title Insurance '


Y .'?'. .- Qotl}Builain: r f ,j.Miaml.Fla.: ; and Trust Company :".
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f'' <" J- Tile, .Chapman W.CHAPMAN. Prowas HouseP. J IYI N il :I 1 j- OP MIAMI. FLORIDA, \INCORPORATCO 9,,
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... silt 9* **7. SpjcUl to die askG..dsans.ar.d :Paid UpCapital$75OQd., Surplus. =12,000;
oo.foraeabe.s.10swW ,
t H MllMMMia UM Ol Pal. BMCh.a die d .
ailor t.'SIrUt., West of Avenue D. ,
( o -rasa OeMt OwuOm mrtlw" -ppIe *- -
1....... Insures
g Oral ...tt.wimr.,..nrt lst au"a al0.su SMttan latbla FIon 0 utj. ,f land titles prepares abstracts titles,loans and** ,,44 .
o Florida invests money on its own account and for others.1-Acts. ) ,
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_, ,4etray. ,, Miami
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10; .f' ::1 ;; .1 II r : agent attorney-in-fact, trustee assignee, executor, re-
b I t.g o' .>. ceiver, or guardian. Address all communications. : to ;

::tAW..OrahaiiContrdctor "- ,, .t. .J;:'r l.< "" .-,""..,' .-. .--_ .. t 1! t I -_'"- ,"' .

and BuilderSatistactIon .. ---- S. L. Patterson Sea and T rtOS: Miami, Flork.
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d 4k' Guaranteed. Ii : .I ,
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Scriiggs & Co.
k' t.t m.tftn vtii work ad umT. '-..- i ,
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Woricy call.7OL K MMCM 0.b NA poAU XUmLTU.Merritt&Kolb -wW'! % T'. is r. Hors :
Shoeing
} 't- II 1t Plumbing Steam. I
AND DISEASED HObFS SEE 1

11I&cox.1I Real, SI I Estate o.; Rentals.' etc. .11 i i and Gas,: Fitting L L. FJ LaFontisee 708.';} .t,th StEINIGa

I l t ,('''' te.wu 11 ,)f$ PLUMBERS j .. J.,
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Are. .; .C,-neat 12th. st.liamL',. : SUPPLIES, ETC -

'tiext toHfti it. al RankRoss's Expert Typewriter L il t' 816 Avenue-D r'); ,'i ;/1:: : Miami.. Fla I '

LOfTON t ,&

Awnings I WfC'PRESTON Repairing .- .r.." .,-t : ,

fcr::; .. 1 t t. .it.. I 1' t. ',: .
i 3049thSt.r.: -.:: ftfL*:P.O..Box 311i. ; J" 4. +
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Poach :M.r ,J. YarboroughContractor
N i. l : e
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Emil'A.hniana' ,
'mond. 4': 'and: Builder Reel Engines 1S$ horsepower. $450 _
'Richmond ); \ Arcbitectbtm t 0 I 'I! '

West, Pilni,; ';' 3each; ".,FloridaFBEDK.UTXEK. : ,1{ t, "If 1 'i' 't j ier of the Palm Beach Hotel...... Complete, -"t .- ,... .3'" 't horsepower : : ,: ,_; ,$150. ,1
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L : House;Moving a Specialty I r ..
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tth'StreetAct Qaoril'Colt 1 traafot? K- ? tJ I I &''\ JltJ 1H .- fc-4" ; 4;..., .: .1;''.

forMiami , \I Miami Florida ,. ; I I' .. .
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Fla ...d 4'l" !
1IIutIn- :
Complete bicycles at l low prices;!titlres .!
yWell* DrtI..... Sld.walkami -. .' ", .{ .t : "'-" .. j.- .- ;
/ Road Construetlon ,

., ,. Y IAMit! ;;(THE CANOVA cheap. Batteries, Coils, Spark Plugs, '. "*[
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/D1ntrS U Casual -
NEY> LOAN ,
Miami Decorating Comjiiigt Switches, Dynamos. ,Very; best t on the marketLoffn
-* U.is a disastrous calamity, when i ,- '
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.p.o.be your heslta, fcscsuM Indl ,rf V ,At1tMM MIl SIp I
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Shrtrt orLoon 'TIMe'e' Upped I : f ". .. j .
restloa' sad eontUpatioa'haT' -;! I .
: "-\ "ir: t.ay "- : ::: it away Prompt relief eaa bt bat toDr.
: r| Payments K 4 Ktartj; New Uf. PU1 They > alb du1: '
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bnH4:up.jronr;dlre tlT.'orsaas,!aadcsrt and
'> ,headache, diMness colic eon- 1! Paper Hanging Kalsominlng .
0 .tSpatioa! ,:etc..Guaraateed.. at an drugalsta i Agency... _Peat'sWall JPapers. EinigT.
lade Co. Security Co. -
.., : ., .. ,ptic.116a.. ; Can or wrltflfor'Estimates.. Office:;1315'Avenue D .,

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L THE DAILY MIAMI, METROPOL1SMIAMI..f).ORIDA, THRUWAY, NOVEMBER 1905t ,
L .CE EIGHT
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Skull Fractured and
The Ed 11 Sarnwell Flesh Has Lacerated Today I'' i

..'.1: V .i4 Elf'Ffc'i'Barnnell, coorefagej;. :! yearsautored V NewF all! Dress600ds

FaultlessPlorsheim a most. severe' If not fatalInJU"4
}' this' morning about 6 00: o'cloCkby
'being knocked down, crushed and :
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lacerated b> an Incoming "passenger 'f 1

:. .rain-Birnwell, It !fippears.' was at the Are Herei In Great
VarietyBurdinei
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..... :' center pole .above the round house, ,
k'"'llfhng a train into the yard After
For: theman ;turning the switch he endeavored : : -'n,; i : .
'" to|H>ar.l the moving train, but slipped 1 j ,"
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who cares anllfel1.! one of the ,wheels fracfur- ,\ I 4 J
lngh's| skull and badly lacerating' ; I .
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his right leg I
the fresh on
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"T r" M I i tote Injured man was brought to the r I ;n 1'J ;' -
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r passenger i depot and treated by DC I "
his'wounds : : :'
: Grsmllng.{ who pronounced : : :
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", : e'tilt actions but not necessarily fatal. He -
.I wI1r be sent to the railroad hospital II ; _, .
"1 / at'St, Augustine tonight for treatment. I .. j I >1
Florsheirn feels as soft and comfortable tot Barnwe'l has been emp'oyed' In the I
ral'/oad yard here for the past four i Such (remarkable bisplay f
.: your foot as Qld' shoes from the first lime you or'live years and was regaded as an : a nev-
put them on They don't have to, be "broken expert\ In getlng on and off moving I .

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,: T', only strictly high class shoe that combines d; : ,I !
,,J. the very latest touches of style with perfect I KING EDWARD I '
visit ; dress ,
I our goods department
', comfort and long wearI quantities Price $5.00 || CELEBRATES,HIS BIRTHDAY -
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t' Rufir of All Eng'and It Sixty Four
to
fully appreciate
;.. I | Yiar Old Today. put showing
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'V R J I jitiondon; November .-King Ed- .
wild: celebrates his sixty-fourth birth'dafr 'P__ as it is I exceptionally LARGE .
today. As (usual he spends the i '
;:' '. li| quietly with Us family at Sand I '
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Miami Shoe Co j .
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rongham. The day Is treated purely I
I .asa family affair, as officially ,theblrth.lar ... .... Jtl '
1s' Invariably I I, '. .,
; of thft' Klnc t, '- .
4 Sole Local Agents celebrated OB tome.day in the I j ...
L;\ ,. :.I part of the spring specially designated' I .- ,

Fi,.,. ;for that purpose by the Ung I I r
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|tetters and telegrams of congratu-
}: Ilatlon were received by the King. : r
Mark Oyster &, Chop House. t I from. an the crowned heads of Europe :. )I ,t
and rulTS of forHgo countries an over
ln; "..r'd. The King a'so received f
Sea Food .Our Specialty congrat"J-. tfOni of the members of M* !
fa&lly his' Int'mate friends and & Qtiarterman
Meals served at all hours. 410 12th Street Miami, FlohjJahelRutherford and of !
ofljc'a's of his hO'J-hold. As usual on
I the King's birthday a large number;
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I:honors were bestowed upon Jlstlngufched -'

1J: J V : ohf .. men In England and the Col- ,

'r. 223 91h Street 'i' Twelfth Street Corner Avenue C .Miami 'Florida .
.. ,(',l |Jhe very latest styles in wedd'ng ,
I; stationery, announcements and ca'lIni -
t 4.MHS.. ,Now, Open for Boarders. I cards, can be had at the Metropolis .
.' .,V. A.'RUTHERFORD. MRS.LEOLATATUW' office _. .... ;. .
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: .r ji. and still Dress Goods in the

Now isn't, it very! plausable that they come.. all

.1.... Just.t you could' be ,fitted j{ s and I suited new weaves, 'styles i and,t ,qualities* from the, '

better in :a 'Sh | lore with ,double i '

;} :the:.stock of any shoe stock cheapest to the most expensive Fabrics.
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city you'could
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.- suited'where the Mock smali I' r 4 4i i
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and mixed? Sewe. ll's Shoe Store A splendid line of ginghams, seersnc erspe.rcaIes, madras, ducksand '

aWord carries ,the largest stock''of shoes' outing flannels j for plain, wear. :[t Our' .. line. to of- white goods_,'is' \ ,

s .. superb and will',meet every demand] In'this line we bought a
A V south of }acksoi excelled i : i
bale of nainsook remnants, fine and sheer, in lengths from one to
by none. the e is no ex- i '
,,1, ; ,10 yards,worth from 15 to 20c. We Will sell them at ,lOc a yard.
cuse for you buying shoes that I -, '

: : V do fit and '' Come ..
: '1- ,'not suit you. to
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V :.: on well fitted and well PLEASED I !

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Vws: "1",. -Fif .,";, Ii' our purchase we| did not forget,the| house ,furnishings.: We can,

;. Sh' OOJ S' you need drugs,!fo to a drug store.i offer a splendid gooH weight white wool! blanket at 3.50 per\pair.

; If you need shoesgo i to a shoe store. t All prices in cotton blankets in'gray: : *! and,white. We have table

.'. ,n linens :in V large variety and styles., i 1 Napkins to match cloths.
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i.'I t U; Instead of having a grand opening ,we will make all nextweek'

special by throwing a new and attractive line of cut price'.goods

/1 ( ;) the bargain counter It will interest We ;
on you. are agents
i i.I for the new"INVl$BLE-Lacing" ;corset. V : : Ask to Bee it.

.. Sewell's' ShoefStoreit ; ;.!; (,!I "' ,


..: ,,i:, Bush & Safford Piano tickets with every 250 purchase ). x
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\ !Tte only exclusive Shoe Store in 'South Florida. I I


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