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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 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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OIOL 2, NO 286. ItCMllWMk.' MIAMI, FLORIDA.,SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1905. I I c::: Price 5 CenltuI J



1 The' Metropolis Enjoying the Most' Flattering Patronage i in' Its History. Why ? Because It Gives' All the News. All the Time.LOCAI ;
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BAR INAUGURATES A PlAN Officers M} f Visiting German Cruiser GOL WILLIAMS' MANY CRAFTS(



Handsomely Entertained at Key West ARRESTED' TODAY WERE BOUGHTBy

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FIRST TRAINS IN THREE MONTHS, I M ,; .
Metropolis Bureau. Cornet Band and a large concourse of 4
I ,, On a Charge of Giving a Check : Capl McIntyre for Extension.
Kef West. Nov. 10. sorrowing relatives and friends. 0 ,

Meeting Held at, 2 O'clock This Passed route Through .NeW Orleans* En- The oOcers of,tV the German cruiser The Key West Guards have decided:' On a Bank Where He Did Consists of 9 S earners and

Afternoon at Court House.GONGRESSMAN to West Coast Bremen were ,entertained by Capt. to re-open their skating rink for the Havif I '....,

and Mrs Beehleil Monday afternoonat purpose of raising a fund to put a Not a Deposit. [ Over 30 Barges.Capt .

New Orleans Nov., 11.-The Southern their home I'An enjoyable afternoon new floor In the armory. I Ij f

Pacific. railroad celebrated: Its resumption : was spent IgTuesday night MaJ.: The Mallory line steamer Comal :

of through passenger traffic J, Phillips and, the|officers ,of, the barracks ; CaptRisk.. t arrived: about* o'clock' i I e.: \ iI

(GURKis this week and for ,the first time In gave a smoker for the German Tuesday
:' three months sent a solid 'train; the II officers ai the residence of Capt. M. of 'cotton for New York. 'When the well known practitioner was arrested I the purchasing department(ofthe'

!is FAVORS i THE PLAN Sunset Express through to California, C. Bnckey's. The broad piazzas were ship was near Dry Tortugas. fire was this morning upon warrant)sworn Ke extension the

j loaded to.capacity.. ,At the Texasstate I beautifully decorated under the direction discovered in the lower hold amldship. out by Joseph Perry, sheriff of St. Away work: of ri'JI.c. .

.-.- .....J' ......., _, .t'I line the train\was placed In I of Sergeant;;?O'Brien. i.t',nneciock Extra',steam was at o ee"p Irt-on and Johns county, charging him with committing f who has been, on the'_ 'colt. ,

,..:_.!: : T charge of health t officers of Texas and o;| ? the gnes||arrived and were the',steamer, headed for this--' port., a felony by drawing .a check coast I flU' the past several weeks.pur"

't t ,-. : I a"theatrical, troupe'on board',added received by HaJ t' (Phillips assisted Steam was also drien1atei the hold., upon a bank In Which he "had no chasing steam vessels' barges 'eta.
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,AId' Believes That Miami' Will dlversment by giving several performances. by Capt. Beehl' '* U. 8.. N" Colonel to keep the Ore In check. "" fund, i for I use In the bul.dlng of the extension

: P. C. Brossler K S. T.p; and Postmaster Just bow much are (I. la the 'ship The offense according to Information .' ",
Hive No ln Securing returned home last Bight i.-'b
,[ Difficulty, ( From now on the Southern 'Pacific O. Bowne. ,. 'auersoe.: II noit known at present aa no examination occurred a jshort time ago laSt will I leave (
again to'bring'to"this
'td Appropriation for a PublicHeid'is will be able to continue Ita transcontinental Among the ar Its present were: has been made. When the Augustine, Colt Williams giving a i tonight _

: ;f. traffic ;and' In a few days It I Hoa (}eo. W.'AlleB. Judge Alorex,'Dr. steamer-:arrived if the wharf- aa attempt7 : check la the sunl of |25 "to a ,Mr. I port, some'of Us,purchaaGPL !'

( =lta Urgent.: Is expected that the Texas ban will i John B. Maloney>J.W.Johnson. Capt. was made to open hatches and Lynn. the same\toeing endorsed oy Mclntyre. is'noncommittal"on

tUdI t 4 rt be' removed, .allowing ''passengers 'to i 8.,J. Wolf LlentJjJ. Carry, Ueut L. work' the- ihlp; butt' the chief of thefire Sheriff Perry who states that' he believed the" { details of his> purchases .ibonan

stop off In Texas. Leafs. R. S. Head, Decker, Howard department. and chairman of the It good, at the I time The cheek he admits that he'bought nine steam
i\ < t : rtel "'The Southern; Pacific also has'begun j Bratbn. Ed Falke'and'Join'Wharton. fire'committee of the'city, refused: ''to was drawn on the,Fort Dallas National heft *.
\r Believing that, Miami has ,reached Bank'of this la' and between thirty and forty..ltgbt'
{ enjoyable the city and doe time
operation .of its fast passenger steamship ;:;A most evening was spent allow taework; to. proceed .unless '
|the stage whea It'Is "budded to hare Prince Arthur; to Havana which I Toasts were' proyDsei ''andnnk. ;.to Are department was p t"1Ja charge. rejected on account: of "no funds." 1 ere,] barzes.,et and that others"" ,are

afedenl boMIng to say nothing, of, General Passenger Agent T. 3. Anderson I the President dt" he' TInlted State* This, tlie company:,refusedto:; ;do and ,Sheriff ,Perry,,it!'1s. said endeavoredto sttJ: to', be- acquired. Some, of 'the boats

{ the. needs; ofl"snch:, 'an,';',1nst1tuUon't', arepresentative : announces will cut several hours and,the German >hmperor.apt. : the ship'was taken Into the stream effect a setlment, with Cal'William. ,, were bought at Mobile "thongh'the t majority

q' of. Miami lawyers. d the schedule of. previous vesselsin ." Merrimaiifand ,X4eut. Dunn- and the Ire will be fought with barges without. legal action but falling swore I'of them were 1ee1IJ'ed'at" .New. ..
[ 'body' this trade.ENTERTAINED. proved themselves* royal entertainers and schooners and UM cargo lighten out the warrant as,above stated and .

I aid business mat are meeting this atI ,! sad made everyonetfeel!: at home. They' ed y caused his arrest Col Williams will 0rIw.I and other',points, on 'the-- Misssippl -,

I teVaooa aC'the' office'bf County. "Judgef THEIR MOTHERS I I were ably assisted-by their brother of- The strike of the railroad laborers be taken' to St Augustine tonight.DELRAY *| river. ,''',.
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f Heyser for the purpose of taking preitminarltitepti.lti't I a '11. Is still on and there seems to be no Five of the steamers, it Is said,'are'
bas ,
I : eampalpjbm.'1-"f' I ;TA handsome 'girl was born on solution'to the. trouble.! Several gen. DOTS stern wheelers with' great freight" carrying ,>
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; ., junior Epworth Leaguers 'Render be-' I I '
I the.acquiring: of such a building as Its Tuesday to Mr. find Mrs. Charles tlemen raised a fund'and purchaser capacity and are intended ti
Ightfu Program Last Night Falk 300 ,loaves ofbread and canned goods transport'material'from'this'
and
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I purpose -" !.Ir. J&1. Knight, son of Mr and which'was fed to them. Unnecessary I Scare. Keys West to the scene of operations. -<

i Jje;meeting was cane.t by"County The social of the Junior Epw9rth Mrs. Frank Knlgh dled Monday nightat I The union men are raising funds to : The other' four steamers are tugs and

I Judge Heyser and the proposition'' League last evening, which that enter eleven o'clock.}| Mr. Knight was I I furnish food for them though this only I will tow the barges and' lighters back

I met with universal favor Miami' isla prising young organlzaUon gave comp 26 years of age and Ii> a .native,of, Key gives temporary relief. Mr. and Mrs Hicks Allen of Went i and forth from the supply *bases to

*growing and promising _little,,,city '.lmenta!') to their mothers at 'the West He contracted a cold a short If reports are true there will be 600 Bay City, hitch reached Delray I the works.AJ ,

[and already outstrips-''a V number of First M.' ,E. Church, last night was time ago, which reluted! In congestion more !laborers here Inside a week, all Thursday. Mr.' Allen Is the owner of !t I of these crafts, ,steimere. IIght-,

I places 'IB Florida aDd,thro ghout'the wholly 'successful] Sea: pains had of the lungs 'Hi 'family and friendsdid tb "men' are sent down by the same' pineapple, plantation I., though'thit is,fen and barges are said to ,;be in

coon !bat have such. Ingtltnttons It been .sien to prepare'- not realize his"'' aliment was serous agency and under the same condition his first visit to Fl orlda. !good condition and :with the exception

biri rt; of entrance;and'clearance, program and the lltle hearts swelled as It prove&i!The funeral took that these came with. It Is report. Walton! who has been in of'" few minor repairs after 'reacho -

(officejminigration'inspector service services be:I I'Ing ed that some of the have the north the pass summer, returned !
with pride as they received the loving place Tuesday afternoon men gone lag this port will be ready to go 10
: Cnlted, State ..Commissioner. smiles of approbation from their held at St Paul's Episcopal church to work, but they started the first day home Thursday work. ;

Deputy. 'United States Marshal' and"wftk equally proud mothers. The remaidB were<< escorted "to the without going'on the strike. An effort Uneeda eVFlng.I was In .town The i tug Dauntless, now'llI port has
but ittle effort' can".be:"made. a the who Attended will be made to have the Friday. beei
Cream and cake was the refresh cemetery by firemen difficulty. i engaged by the company to" go
i'feaeral court; Bitting'place ment. ;The house was brightly light In 'a body; headed by the "Russell settled at once. Mr. 'Geo. G. Glt'! son of St. Ausus'edneslar ''to iloblle! after some of the bargesand
; ,:5 .: the.e'adyanllge..-there is 'no tine who spent! V$ in town
With :
ed and flowers stood about in vases will get away either tonight Cr'
and took a trip Miami should
reason why The was follows tomorrow. The
program BY SCIENTISTS' 'tS steamers will some
not possess a government=_bollJmg.I Rea.Jlng-IJda Masters. BANQUET Hlllsboro Inlet looking up the rumor under their own power and should arrive -

of the above mentioned jpmces, ex. Reading Rachel Hovelshrnd. (In regard to watel hyacinth being lu here within the next week -r tea
branch"of, the United : JIIN/ HONOR OF DR. SENINGreat'Banquet the canal, found only lettuce whichwill
: t.the1, Song- "Je ua Loves Me" -League.i ., daY,: .
CoUrt.. are BOW ppcraUve here i 'Ruth' : do no damage An obstacle
Reading- r eotnan. r.; now confronting n4 '.oald! be entitled,to spice: and (Vocal duet- John and Ruth Mc- V "' 'r t,' Geo. Lyman of West Falm Beach, company Is dock faculties and as yet
of the of Illinois IPror.JB.
don ln"snch'-a'buDding. University ; has been in town the past week
V Lane., : :to fee Given the Die Itinguishid I of the of ChI. the problem has not been solved.' DarIng
Murphy University
I tie Frank Clark, Con reu- Lucile Peck | I I Mr. A. C. Muier of Chicago, rep.eseating the ..
Reading summer and the
to
MediceMilwaukee Andrews of North- up present
: cagoiProL! the the Commission house of Halls
raid have
thls district. Is to
the [terminal
Yeoman. dock has
Reading Maggie wHlena ''UJiJvera1tJ.; and several Milwaukee been the:base
Wedge ft In
Coster town and win
theJW'u4
himself favorable to
Reading Lena Htckson. Dr: of operations but now that the steam
physicians of prominence |
be can ti put In a on the muck.
promised to do au ''gone' U crop eraMiami] '
"JesusBidsUs Shine"League I and Martinique have to
rds uftncj ;.appropriation,:f orerectfoi' 1'' Nov. 11- The medical Jacob Lang of Milwaukee' will: deUy- A number of our church peop'o are berth there and becao.se another
V J "' of thls'tlty"and the :.State er'an address Ia behalf of the "Vereln attending the revival passenger -'
of.. pnVIo'building.,.He *' fraternity, meetings being '
John McLane. steamer
Reading the
..1 : Deutsche Aerate, of Milwaukee. presumably Shln.
beleves there will ** no trouble of Wisconsin will'aonor Dr. Nicholas Df held by Rev. Osier at Boynton this will'be.here 1
: JUftdlng'-ETse! H&hdjiXotlantlooit.League ,t *'.,-f* B ** *. Sena ,will be presented with a god week. neeock. .Ihort?. .the .e"'t
geWngV aa rappropriaUoni provt.'the .- Sean; of Cnlcago.;"by.a'grat banquet j"j"Messrs.T. tlra'deck will
< medaTlloa will hare to be: given lap"to '
; ad each shiest receivea ;
; jroper: atepa ire taken -1 ; V : \ ; I E Cogglns of.Ciactaaattl. -
.TAMPA ; f; 't : the "
: : A--7. ; 1ADiiht. | duplicate in bronxe. i ThJa.BBts the company.:In a
Noow'ilbat the project; .aa s: 'buss sUMTOPENED'THIS !v Ohio. Geo. r. Proctor and Howard hole for' Laa.dtac. :
\ HOTLLI! ,The banquet wl| 'be given' In thebanquet panes for the Key '
inched and having the support of Williams JoSe H. 6. Marsh Savannah West
extension boats.
:t Florida reoresentatlveatn' Con i MORNING room of,t e 'Auditorium Hotel VALUES, ADVANCING, .. ATNEW A. C. Muler. Chicago, Mr. Allen of St I '
|' I ORLEANS Some of them will,,u" .the river
It. Is the, parpose''pf,the agl-' In Chicago ati4'It Is epected' that. ; Augustine, all commercial tourists dock'of the company, but*It will ant

to t:eave ,nothing' undone J;to I Grand" Ball and Reception to' Occur fully one thossagl. guests win -be. who worked the town In the Interestof accommodate I all, or even a fair., pmlion ,'
ring about the desired end and place This Evening \ New Orleans, Nov 11.-Following their firms, the past few days. !
of
that occasion A special them
i iehia1 present on and It 1s very evident
Jami in tha.list'of cities. 'possessingrjlleetlnfl theheels of 'Messrs., Sunday] Tenbrook. Beery,
train will take thef"Milwaukee contingent close on> of the raising that mre dockage man be: built or j
and several others are on a hunt west
buflRa Tampa Fla, Nov.41-heTamp.i to Chicago this afternoon and soother quarantinesvalues. In New Orleans, ; acquired somewhere before the crafts,
of'town .
tit' all the. J ca.! attorneys .were. 'Bay Hotel.which.changed] >prpprtV', special 'w nl bring+ them back as* L have" advanced" "-npJd1" ,. Stock; Exchange = for "blg"j game this week. cant] operate effectively: ," '. .: T I :., .
toes,;some time ago sad 'was closed
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neat, la; the drewtt. court chamber, I ter the banquet tonight or tomorrow II shares now''sell ,at 1900 each.
remodelled INTERNATIONAL
down.to ,be' completely FEARS OF MASSACRE
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f afternoon at 1.Jadge o'clock' : to discass tens and re-eqnlpped.," was, reopened'tadyorder I morning. The guests'at' the banquet'iwVl ;;k whl'e CoUoa'." xchaage bares'eanaoC. ARC ,UNFOUNDEDSt CHESS'TOURNAMENTBetween !
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]propoattkm ; 'Heyser the management of David Lub-I, be exclusively,scientific and pro- be purchased, at.. that. figure. .Aa endcutive I .'
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cnslrmaa aid 'Mr.- Fred.' 0 d. er. I formely, of" the Washington In 81,. fesslonal'andwill"InclnJe'many"f officer of,the HlberDI& Bankand \\.ro. I Gcrmaii and .American, .Pliy-.
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r",,-sec etnr7In Louis. > the former colleignes' and students St Petersburg,. 11- There la I ere le New' '
;. T Trust Company ,Is authority for On .r.-
hearty: accord with the.ci.esur'.ajttTederal I of Dr. Senn .who-Save since become reason. 1.0 believe r tbes the fears or a ,
la'boaet-dthe re-opening a grand
t' I.;
the statement that this financial
affairs'of
; bnldla bal !faadreceptlon*, wL7bi jlTea! ,in physicians \ oflaenei. .., 'lberrwUl massacre or Jews tonight at SL Pet 'Hernn, NOT. l1-Tbe'ritanatlpnai
;ltaiand th,,toowinc ewnmrt-- ""aio the business linen of New Orleans Mo.ow 1IDfoIm4ed.
",- the magnificent hotel J this evening be mutt mnitary surgeons' ersburc and ant ,rhos.match between teem ..otOeraaaibees
:appointed to draw ip resolutions to.wlach! severs!'thousand prominent Ia-ihe gathering |Ii| j i i are. today :In' most excellent condo: 'The alarming ports look Db a players and a tram of American
forth the need of such a court, arrangemenU'for baegaet, .tloa BOtirlthstaadinc the losses caua..t4'bY.'t1 revoIuUOIWf acbtme to take advantage -
bFa SIThe chess players
persons la all part*;of the State Opened 'tocI j'I .*:'Thi
.i:1gned'by the member of theY been lavttedjy \.. ttlc are Ja the hands""of'Prof W. A. >Evans!* quarantines' 01 the nevonueu of the pe0- German I team consists' fit _.e-.ack
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;: fad. county'and to be sent ., .. pie and tbe'anthoritka forVthe
Y .r par
;, :. .-..... chess players! belongiag.lo the d1hreD -
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_)ltiak dark with request that, ; of terroruiat both into acquiescence German
chess ctaM. matt
HOLDING .The.
a ste his best DVPrlcelJ.TBanand efforts: : 'to obtain incht"H'a :. 'a: 4t INDOOR-&w1"NING CONTEST The 4! **Three/ ILeadlng Candidates OHe ; I alllUa.: for their'demanda for national II mole to be played by eable, that t,. each' "'
: | will be abed acfosiribe
O. ,W. X.'WU'lame.tofdowing -- The eJwsh quarters of St Petersburg and ocean
.:: Having an-Interesting Contest the eouater move-cabled .bae*
eeexmittee appotnted WewTorlc. NOT] ;11-i To.1I7Ja: 'the '". ( : ; have been heavily guarded !The German players, are"staiVwed% fat

,w resoInUnaa to same effect to flint day of the first Indoor swimming since last night. the reeeptloA: pars 't1Ie.aDdC'clprIetora' '
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;circulated .and signed( by peopii held } : >'- f, '
f.jcpotest by; Nwj\TorklAth-\ o v"f' '. ,. -'/* ChilL TW Berlin Chess
Miami as a whole P.M.Hudson, letic Club In the large swimming pool 'Although: the eiadva'paittUoua.cf!J: though several 'hundred votes .belowthe : W OPERA qub: is managing the tournament tm

"IL Oantler aad ... H, : -Kaadjr.. I of.Ita. club house on Central Park several candidates.I farite; Metros Miss Blount The standing of the WILL BUILD HOUSB th' German players. '

: # South., 'swimmers ells''tnewrttet contest'remainschanged m' csndldstes today Ja follows "itsabelle'
j Many of the best: lathe as : .( The team of six Anvneanplayers chest
UlAN PRISONERSfite.To ,_ I East are entered forThe various since'weiesday: *;ntternooo "Barns::.::.:n....:... 'ua : New York. NOT.J.10- A syndicate who will represent the United

::' .. '' t, ,-e t JU4: a; ht: IDteriatlq'u.J aO of the. ,.leaders f'I show f perceptible Cora Blottnt%..........' _....,..,, Ult has been formed,; which! has jrareha States In the fnternai mal cheat tearnament
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.. :oo". .. .r,: .1..JI.' ', i spirited:ceateet .''reip; ed..'i,The, gain.t"i UIree-nt-theai!.>"rjiiiv Bvnsjdn'nearly KatbleeaQnartermaa-:: :: .. '$..-.:... 1.121; ed a pelt OD"CeDtraJ Park West, between ,"which: besn Ia1a7Qetwr1Germany ,,' :ir" It Y

'No y.* 11:fMaoa nhettooS 1a., [:ren nts.Include a'MVyard swim ban d' Blooatlaid. Ml.startarmts: ,. 4J1Di> Flossie? .: Corpewr..-.i....-...... a.u3, 6d and isd 'streets,' for the : 'and/ the lnTted"Statw.. ant ;,'F. J

revorted-In a bodjaad :kip 'tfitter Tar's' Tfee twliA:1.! one .thousand"YOteIiadilIDce: : tGtIq'ehtxti! ; ..r';.." "' .. U7\t purpose 'of erecting a modern opera. quartered la'ore; (the rooms;of 4 tke .
)
'.. \nighi ;demanded th.rreheee freeBlng :,' plunge! for.. dliUtcc, handicap.?:limit, that time... : t.{: 4V. !< i Msy-RoblasoBlii.. :: ...h.. .7._ ,..Lila house for the 'pr ientatlon of 'operas Manhattan Chess CJnn. KcwTprk/TL ,

: they act the Jail t 15 feet and water ro'oThe' polo tni Mlas" Blohiut. .t' o... the'greatest City, of Miami .........f...... 1,223theIgainof of the French and Italian schools. pr< llmlaarlei a.all 'a'naniced .'IJ aseah

i tn., Trope hnrr'ed to the scene, particular wtT! '. bring out some of I the'trio pd is puhllli'Mlu Rub7'Wllaon: .....:............. Z01 The' 'detalll of f the plans have not move Is itecidrd an:'It 1I1"he'.

o. fired a vo'ley Into the matinee,,I fcrat; materitl! of'the, ,..various athleUi I; Burns,'very! l d .!1t; for:first honors. Delia Kltchell .......... ....... 112 yet HelL arranged and the work will'transmitted 'o IHOffkr Me by eah'a.'

.Ing jtwenty ant wounding iw r. and aquatic clubs of the East' Miss_ 'Quartermanvis a' good third.'''- Gladys Sloan _.. ............:.: 10 not be begun before next year. The, content wU: I IB*, 'wo ,days
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. .J t.;B. B. TATDM THE PRESIDENT MIAMI PRINTING S.COMPANY BOBC\DEAX, SEC.-TREAS. I Ask to see the new Sil- Monday Nov. 13 All the Newest' Novel _

.4 'The most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. _.' j- ver Gray-Back and Side .. ; ties in Ladies Hand

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 'I | Combs with Hair Pins 11 Bags, Purses and Belts


le.a M Year br Msll..........CIRCL'LATIOM;.:...|S.OO .Three RATES Months............. ......US'Itz I to Match' The newest at prices exceedingly S

Months...................... UO One week br C-rrier..... ... .10 fadjof the season, out. 11tt e'ai 1 'low, Monday, Nov.13thThe '

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.advertising Rates made known on I '
BUILDING. \ i 1., :
TELEPHONE 79. FFICE: METROPOLIS S '

2 and! 434 Twelfth etrMt. OpposH. 'the Court Hou**, Monday You: can, expect in all departments values('! ranking with the. best

'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11/190 = I ever offered by us. You can make selections (from stocks :by fart '


\ DR. WHITE'S SIGNIFICANT..milAt ADDRESS: \ I larger than .ever seen in Miami. All the latest fads and ;

a time when the whole South It deep In a discussion of the questionof I \ :i .. novelties with advanced J holiday attractions.i '*"
tine'the remalu of Dr. I .
ua ran ,
and Interstate q I
national control of foreign! p I .
Service, who whipped yellow 1
Marine Hospital
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fever at New Orteans! bear significantly upon the question at Issue., Dr.
White has been the toast of numerous banquets In his honor and at one of I
attention
them said: Special l $ is I directed:

The time drawl near when I must:surrender. to,,local authority the I ; ,
been borne upon my'shoulders for the -icK 71to
has
,.... power and responsibility that la I
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:past three months, and before making this, surrender ,
,. people-tor this Is,my native d'qr
the truest sense my own
whom 1 consider In Millinery Department '
land and.l.'WU born among .you-:that I In earlyyonthlmbibea:; _the tameOdea .
which have been held sacred
local elf'< to
wlth regard
to the South..It is then, .my hope, and

'wish by all that_of._you the surrender and which of are authority peculiar into my hands and the the exercise principle of land I of j| Where you will i find h"POrted'models direct from Paris,;i' attractive turbans, the unusual"stiff' 'derby); crown' ,"''!

narantine,through oar service boa In nowise Impaired i the new flat' models and the popular tilted The hew shades
government or our people and has done'more than'n, other one thing I shapes, ,we are showing nre bluesjn J turjqudise -.
self
'to Jv. ;[American manhood Its primacy of e.'World. We gladly' rendered friendly f i ,.lakeAlice;; ,and: : peacock; ;"plum and various violet shades;'green in receda and*'sage;'browns, tans '
State,
Y. within *
yon assistance, and in matters of land quarantine happy to and mode'.in the' latest'color: "creation. Madam Douglas has returned: from
:assistance U ill, that we_ever wish. to render and I feel peculiarly. marowl i 'i just Europe>*/ where, / *- she)scent J r
to
.have .been: tinder." God's providence.the instrumentality for some good several'months) dyip.g.th' ; ">.styles" !(: in"the great fashion' centers:;" The'twp' months she,spent'in.Paris she j jI

'\ IV people.will-be noted that Dr:.White, as'much'as' any one else in a the'Georgianand"ujoyal South.deprecatei I studied the'styles from_'the greatest fashion artist there./ 'Consequently-we are ,prefare :'itojiliowrpniy'tne :; ;

federal': control,within a. State. Be la a.TOCate'a Southerner federal control. of !latest in dress millineryWe are showing a large line of London street hats in attractive shapes and styles ;
..:.. : ., to her,.institution* He does fe ....
through traffic, .but hellevn ; w i

port In letting and quarantine'aa each State handle between Jts the"own Sates internal on affairs, as advocated by the F I [ ,. I- _
tM'ondJ[ rJ.f 'I'ofTho =. "'
St n-d
- 'New*" Orleans". delegation' to the Chattanooga:- 'Convention.- Surprises and a More:

syllable Romanoff "!! < h I "
of 1
'Pieaae pit the accent on the last v ;
'
All the-New, York' candidates. promised the voters. free' gas -.and gave 'Advance. 'sale of Wool\ Blankets Ladies' Suitings. I. Silk.

,It to them Immediately. lAL.I,4! all wool l filled white double I J22 inch soft Surah
; silk, wont Ut.J"blanket .
11, ieems that those nitration plants in Philadelphia were "attached red lor blue border Eagle Several nev pieces I of fancy wool jPink, blue, navy, alice, and '

mainly to city treasury.'t' 350 value, on$2' 98 suitings, 42 and 50 inches ,wide !white, 75c value' Monday
: I :i day a pair. .,. ... regular value $1 and / 1.25 a : 48c
has decided to' "grant"' the Russian people every thing he can t 68c la yard . ..;. .. .
Czar
The yard, Monday a yard . .
not,prevent: them.from. taking. x,11-4.Gold Medal, white wool Wank'et -. : ,
,> r | silk tape bound, extra .CC Baby,Caps
New-Yorkers should take courage. Even the Ru"laIIa.haTe a. prospect QO !
: I
value at 7.50, Mon., pair. :
reform of self government.
of securing i 11 ,Uluj.uorSetS: 1'-
'Phlt .letpb a's filtration plant will be alright. If the water goes through 10-4 white wool Wilton : I met of large'assorl-
ttjn: the.future, as.easily as money has in the past.MinisterBarrett special value at 450. $3.98 We will show a lender in corsets f lin. You baby will caps fnd in silk and' mus-
Monday a pairL..n. ... Monday. A batiste corset, new model them'big 48"
.. ',says"we 11 ;hre. in''danger of.,loosing our,grip 1n. South i' deep hips, high bust, values I at each" .. ... .. .. G
Amerca .. It"l Ia.difficult to lose something we haven't got. Swiss'Ruffled Curtains '. .I with front'.andside supporter 50
i : Wool Caps
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"At'the proper time, of coarse,' the Kaiser wlU lIe the documents showIng "- | r t
'that be pulled the curtain for'the',dawn; :of'jlbeny scene,In,Russia. 1 i f A tape girdle In white and all col' :A'I2n7'I "a '
line"of children ;; ; '
I ors. Regular value 75c I tamashanters -
";lavesUfiBllon aflo'wI'tllatwh11e' : the typhoid germ 'Wu'tmie.i'b7'Ph1t, .- f. 25-pa1rof'Swfss'l1Jff1ed.curtaln'the'l Moaday . '1 . ..50". ; and tobogan caps ust'TJV| 'I';
elphla'a';filtration i il ant"something, ,11ke"$1.000,000'worth of political mleTPbee'eot''nto'the :j a. r received I Mondaycholcc, .. ..yvfvCaHco .
: vattr.v :,:" t r. 01, .,L All-the leading .corset styles and : '. .
"'' .""Co' -\\Ooo. -, 1, makes Just received] '
received from revenues and custom. Lace Curtains
: -"Nowwhat >-io:we do with the money \, ._ ;
." asks Setrci&ryShaw,,,".::.That's,what the Keep'Commission is trying I tl t t: : < .
w find
Kansas :.will probablr'agree' w temporarily waive vibe,question of tainted yards in length.. Reg: -125: "" Shirt' '! Waists' < I calicos in,man blues l t,".'silver grays;
'
that'lhree. :.million. dollars' 'that. "'the Standard" .' 011 Company. .proposes.oj v 'topend'on'new .- y. .a pair, Monday.a FiT ;-" u." of? .- i ', i sheph plaid,and fightcoloAll.; : ';,
"pipe lines In'ttiat State.'' Ali '1 : We. have.about:1X( Ladles waists,to .1 cottongoods, have, gone up. But "
ot ,7:1: 1t 1i Embroidery l *close I I you can buy any.calico In our t:
: that'his 'UtUeBhlpMlJi- ,. out at bargain. Worth,ffomil50to.25Ch : 1
regret
tjnde Sam has leanid-with mflj new 3 ; :' store
| Monday aJyard.'. UtI
; ; ,, Take
'of Var:' ; \ your'v'vj .u:?
ships ; bnt/noneof _
alaslppris obsolete: He has ha4.js great many
not 15 pieces; 6f J.B. Inch corset coverembroidery'cambric ... . (j .
them In navalscrlmmage ever cared whether"it war obsolete, or' .. J _cnoiceMonday at each .'j 'J
and Swiss, true t''' .
--t ... :| 5 Vi
President ),t oae eIt'i. ,"self creed" fur- young men, II:. "Self-respect. value 50 cents yard. Mon2 .j! .. .3I),
" aeU-restrainl..setf? -. ellance.- want advertisingoften creates:.se8-reepect ;;- ,choice a :J Jday ': 'i We have '
your ,. just.. received i..a, case of
Ittlnevi'table'setjne -restmnt is the sanity.which. crowns .all. .I.U"U ;, ;
.
} .ta T' ; ; erwear \ Rockwood'white glycerine complex
.
The expenses of the Equitable for the third quarter of the'! present''year Ribbon'. lion soap. Also a case of VloletteS,
f we'1859918 lower than for -he corre pondlng' quarter of 1904. A few :J 50 dozen ladies' flee ed undervests, Del..opera, a. tme's perfumed 'soap.'
bowings like that will! remove::the Ooubt as'to whether Mr. Paul Morton ribbon all and and to match sleeve
Silk: taffeta in shades pants long Three 'cakes in a box It will cost

'. can t'm his-89eo. salaryjtyO -"" widths, worth 15 to 25c; a 12 Jersey ribbed, special l Mon35 you elsewhere 25c a box.

ati _.. The people: ,whodont.,\ ;read store ads. and,thus ionUaailly'miu'buy.fag yard,' ,yard . (j I day a garment. . Monday a box. ... .. . H 1 Vc tn
r
opportunlties are, the same people who'fall rwad"timetables and thus .... 4
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trains.. "know where'the store 1s.; -In the .other f
inU*: ,,11\.C.ne.caserthep I.H "i :.r % / : :' : a. ;: -
.. ;ij.jMW 53 : ; ; th t'T' ,,,' I.
they'"know"vhefe. 'iherdepot. .. 1s" '.- t I

**' Prince}, tls.ofBartenb.nrgr t.t"" -< ,j.' now wBh, ;.his fleet;-. > If,:'f American. .'waters, preiers"a1oVe' ; We Have Received ''a Beautiful Liiie i of I

: ] .!' 'rthef.tttks'.lhejtitle.of i Adai'ral; ,,which he. baa woaby, long -
&' ,and,Vorthy aervice: +|Inthe; British.>1avy. ;.,It requires- ,.no.merit" pr''.blllty. star- ( : > a *i'l y-Mtr cs. m
.to.l.Iea. Prince, bat'a'BrltIah\AoIm1ral'mu. 'must have both, .. tI' ] .._.' ., Ladi Sii
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"'i{*' 'r. Ik St .
.T
} ?:!' TkwbUeai 'there'was.many""t' phvrvo'* ] 7,1 in'New) Tngday. 'Xc *- 1- .. ,. .. :
1, phyr rotes according to ex-Chief BUlDejtery; *ns a,fever that eom a'n'p t 1 S
to you; kfves yoo'the glad'harld and tell you''he''''; oIII' to'"ote"'ffvyouvTVm.h'bl4w } f
tbin'ati electloU 4&,.*' p6pilI\JLtJh\ { de's. : Alsoaswelllinet.' ; Ladies'Skirts.Ask' :
away5 ibto'- on Every candidate. ,hasmet In all the ; to see. them,
l .tephyr-voter" *il'4'. Ir1 I ** [ : ..U
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tf"3 '? .r> f..vt: '.It i ?
"cp
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- .: ;, !Themaa 1...' .W1ui'finds'I" J ;' "tIItf'l tht'For Sale"- colBmns win:ieverb : : We guarantee:ai fit.,1 i rWe/are headquarters for anything. in ladies I ready-

{ "broke.He wQl.flnd a market for the old wheel, the old piano.'the old -
atove.'the old pbono aP"'toe 014 desk,.the:old chairs, .the old'tables,' the .' to-wear apparel.if you, are. looking for styleand! quality. ".
.
allver, the.old.book-case the oil shelving for all of the endless list I. "
4dd ; -. J I : .
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a *"'J4' *a *a ""' ::. O-'I\.!:.: -t It" "'t '. 1 'z:. ::'. I .
'f
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cf.old things that dill,bare .tame. ,. ; : ;:... .
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1 '- I t:'" t' l j ; "11 .- ; ...
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f' ...'.Coaeerning.Ihe. ... : ., 4xtraadinsryakartageof eara.the Wall, Street Sumwary ". "-- '- --- -' "" t "!, '"" ;; '
"says:J .One; of the gravest: sltnailoas ever.,eonfohted by our.railroad '' -" t> ;
.world.if the present,.car.shortage, and'cwdecs' ;&,locomotives ;.and.can ,are December..'Designer ]: 5 :. ..H' D ugIas:
.rnnnlng far,beyond any.:precedent:*'The'total;Jof freight,cars ordered to : 1" ;
,the '. Now In i i .. i" .
date in."IMS.. la 22S.ONOO and. largest heretofore Da.sln&te: years was .
: ,r.US.OO In_ 0tThq recent single.order,of the New York Central Railroad it! : .!
' for, ZSOOo'rrea-ht! cars _completed, grand total;.aforesaid' and estabJUhed.
.a,record Inraaroad equipment ordera.ln this country; -Previons to this, ,StaridatfLPatterns I II : -
' last week's order "of,21,000 frtgat! can by.the Pennsylvania Railroad was thegreatest .
f but'the"Central has now eclipsed it,.although the former's total . . .,. SS 12th'.Streeti,;; Miami, ffa.,$ Phone 53
.
;: Uea; 'led ja sixty days,exceeds the latter*.the' figure' In all.being 41,000' freight. I : I I.r

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TWELYE'PAGEE PAG[ THR

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--, citizen. "bat what Is, this'report I hear'not only as a good tttlien and a uw- I

'fi I ibout this board following 1 still forthr yer of the first ran4 but u an'orator .J -
X-heManon ,
the i In the footsteps of the previous who speaks with eloquence and telling --" "1 1 I--" p---- r S

His ruccess'in his profession, ., f
!effect.
.1 board by trading among themselves. ;- I : -;
I .Comee What I refer to Is the county print ,his uprightness as a'citizen, his knowledge '
!
:Ing. I recognize .that it is an open ; of law, and hi(rare gift of eloquence

secret as to how we got the Record j' places him Efc every mind .a
Goo 'Glothes
winner. He would get the soil :
town here, but it seems that some lure
voluble citizen approached the one has been tattling ajid let It be- I vote from my end@bf the county, 1 ,
: On,the Corner with, a troubled 'know."' |'f| r
,x, on ht I(taco and cold clamm: .come known that one or twomembers ,I ,: ....;193 '
of the board were financially interested $ ..
.1'
: on his brow. His first remark I I. f I' : tat
--a.: : too. Well, you know that I n.erlet The tendency of f dang,boys to'Imitate 1
: .this out for all know that I am the example olf their elders was

fTMng are still going wrong. I very close mouthed and do not say \Illustrate recently$ one boy tryingto of Stylish Quality "
ought I had'thIa sheriff and commlsBcrC -
anything when It can possibly: be re I stab,another for:a trifling offense.So v

:,' muddle an straightened out. :peated. If there Is one th'ng I do long u men will attempt such .. .
| bat )hen I thought that the.commitatoners nth .
'believe in. It Is keepirg my month things they will :young imitators.and ;
were going to let me.and two the are not so reprehensible
"
shut. And the volubly citizen and theo young
.'or three others of:the faithful In onto the I II when their elders|4 the same and .,.
settler walked off dlscnwlnt!
'd .
; teed bill, I hear that they are go-1 I probability as to nhe.trr Mr. Flagler I worse things and get off without any Being well dressed isn't a question ofspending \
tag to.keep It'right amongst them- 'punishment || I "
would Tale another free distribution lot question
;: a of
.:'aelvea, really closer than Frohock had 1 Man en The Corner. moneY-Its a of e. ,i
of seeds and fertilizer the coming sea
,,'it: I'rohock'did hare the liberality I son. I I going to the right store. Most any. store has .

L\.to divide It.with a man .who was"al- ARE CELEBRATING ...

y ready drawing a good salary from the I I Officer Coleman came up just then I LirriER8| ; BIRTHDAY fairlr good suits as far as thread (cloth is .

:- oontr., but now It seems that the Fort Wayne 114; Nor. 10The 4 Y
with of the New ork hobos. concerned getting distinctive %
1 one and
styl
commissioners are going to keep It to.themselves [ Lutherans of this e'Uy are celebrating a
"What are yon doing here asked
unless one Can: shame the officer. the anniversary otjthe birth of Martin real fit is another matter. '.
them Into bringing the profits Into Luther today bt'pervicei In all the
"Lookln' fer wolk" answered the lei ..
some of the funds of the county. NowI Lutheran churches..of the city'and ?

: am not In'favor much of placing It hobo., .1 special exercises,r twhlch will.Includeall

to the credit of the road fund. ,b "Haven't yon found it yet There Is local congregations, at: St. Paul's But that's what you'get here a: a price r
of it to be found right here in
,'IMC the road fund getting the benefit plenty church. The program arranged for you can easily afford. In fact can't af- .
Miami, not to mention the extension you
,Gf the.work of the prisoners and :tie the special'service Includes devotion i w
continued the officer. 1: ford not to wear the kind of clothes {we sell :
law says that the county shall pay for al,exercises, and ai Jt} elaborate'mssicalprogram !
,the support'of the prisoners and to "Not, at me trade. An' anyhow besides atspedal sermon by The mere" rise in your own estimation, and ,

.tt\victors.belong the,spoils. TheI dere 'ain't deposit DO local me cyard.union" here whereI the' pastor of St-f, anl's. I others,.that our Schloss clothes give you, that !

l jgsyy, commissioners' were not the "r I
I Im Jtetori la the last election.. ", ,_ "Where is your earir asked, the HETT GREEN I3L;; prosperous, well-groomed lock is the biggest
? ,
officer. AWN IN TROUBLE kind of a cash asset to any man. The picture i :.

'.11' ... And the rusty looking Individual Chicago; Nov. 1G.-Both Ojejiealtn shows one Schloss style. Many others' 'S.
Jjtst at-thli-polnt an old settler dived down in his pocket and produced costing
department of the.)'ilty, ..ands. ,'tha.bnHd-' from "theat. .
:. rifted up JI4'" ,enz" ral into the con- a traveling card of the International lug department" 'J condemned the 'j' /

'versadon: "j.i '" and Fraternal Order of- Snow_Shovelera. oM and de1apl4atid"b 1rmnc known a q

i t"n se em s., me,"1&14 n JQiat every : ai: the "Houa / ok|Blues," which lathe I

MW broad.'the eouty\.has/ever bad ; ,:. t.i. property of!lairs| Hetty Green, of $10 to $25 ,
'trtistd'fono -
; : la the exact footsteps "rYe tumbled to one cold tic," remarked New,Tork.who u eonaldeied4e richest :

<<[lU'processors._.You .were speaking one of the New York.white woman in Aimtldt'and also'themosttteg7. .' "r... -. ,' ..

,ot' tj e.tree of county-prisoners laborers as he discontentedly rested :, Suit has. been,brought .... 4t )
% "
beta*;;:UknMny.'"fromr: thV.sheriff.Vto .i on his pick handle thewaterworks against';Mrs.- Oren utlaei.r.uttto ; : See them J3:2'1. -

;WYmt't atzsinttij what: the pre.]company's ditch;and looked at his comperthem toldemollsh: -the btitid ''I ,',,- ,I- J L .. .. r' '!tOur

', slboar4Vdldtv1Therpacedyit: ;: In blistered hands, "and dat II, I Jontcut lug I which I.'const Jerea one of the I < --', > ..'' _
knotter'n i s nWdsV:;H Is'tree'that no Ice here." most dangerous add unsanitary structures New' Stock of Winter t "

the"'sheriff gets his salary:and J ""main- (1111 the entire stock yardi' dtsJtrict : Overcoats1just in .

,talks his deputies on tie fee of his : -.' I t ': 't Ni 1" '
',9be Man On the Corner was buttonholed J I .
his office, but If he gets ion taneh profit ,.)
by a Homestead country man I ,!"' "' .' b' AI. J rAIt.). "
and fees be can maintain io;misty i this"*',morning, who said: "Ton haveheardj ): +
't.I
more deputies, and In tiat way bun, supposeof that ex-mayor corn- lA, Dal..y.tj..kBral..... s.ia.ka.aabhe
tlfin Trt >.!... '
.up a more powerMforganlzatlon ling out for the legislature. Well I 1 I, .
A dressing' sack Is made of
dainty R. w. RHODES
aid i; the commissioners with the'.rIiu7 ) I
a'lO heard that there is a second candidate alternate strip of two inch satin rib- ,
road supervisors. Ton know too, who has had considerable 'bon eid w'hltedniertion. The flowing; ,

thai next to being a deputy sheriff ,experience; in the legislative! halls who sleeves i and neck nre flnlslicd with i a ,- 322 TWELPTII 1 :.oJ" qy 't'

Pot of country people would rather "o will shy his caster Into the ring for lace frilling mat<'4lng" the Insertion. STREET !
,' r{ than Black lace re to be very smart
road supervisors anytthlng.else.
Dale county legislative honors But .
." 'this winter ,eonrm" worn now with I'
c -r 1 there .is still to.be. another Richmond olack chiffon A bolero'of white

; t In the field: This is a man who has lace on a black qwn. If a woman has ,. ". ,. .-" --,_, ... '..
'u -- ---
",Tea. I bow returned the yolnble"mad a record for himself right here, a good enough figure to carry It off 't I c
well. Is always smart and effective, but o ooooooooo.o.ooooo..o..o ooo, ooe
if the figure U not all that It should be <


fW BROTHERS : It also Beautiful were,;thus well' eliminating broadcloth to hire fff the Is the being lace sharp In import black contrast .:. } "The'Best Thing 'on [ rthJs'Earth !Itself l > :


ed for winter and --
Machine Shop eorl- ,exquisite em ii :

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:Agents' 'foc the New- Era' Gas Engines. Gasolene ,rte 11d i: : 'We!SeIl'thearth. :.t ;


,and. kerosene .engine repairing a SPECIALTY : J a

1 ,
,t General, Repair Work ti \ n .: 1 r 0 t I. ,\I'I :tat 'f" -i 1. .'I' w

i i 508'SRl?ENTH'STREIl1Y a t {<1 ,{ 1 -;1MIAMI!FLORIDA'\ : \ Riverside Addition: I .Bag View Additionr ..


.. ; tc .... ey: :re.tdenee i"are now bring ,
.
i 1 i.. .. Tbree'splendid 41; %1e have recently1 pl iitted'and placed "on '

I I ?, g o the fourth<< a handsome z. ,, I the.market, W.'ebolce'id'sfoi BiMsiywj 1 I' ?!trb e l
Dade :;Rh'arm.acy f stone building,hujasVbejraDv 'Mas, ,"' T' .
o high class homes will be built there w D' Drive, near the home' of Rn, Dr. Rader and w r

the next three-months., We hate,just con'although' the plot'has Just"beeo died already: ;-
;
". *. ;((809 Arcane. _....,...?. '" .
traded to have the trees all removed all the
., severallotHare. been sold and wills* 1m- O.f f
t Asjihew candidate fer your patronage it is' but just that we } owners of lots are arranging to-,have the once. want'deirs- ,
proved at those
,.tateour_claims-:?!Our.;.tock 1D.ewaD 'the purest:and best| O rooks taken off and late cleaned and levelled. for who r .. .

.4',that. ,money can.-bay. Oar service.will,.' be equal to.the best; t; The water and sewer piping,has been order ; ,Alebuildl.glot.bverl" i : O ifDMbe. "baj. .,-higU- J 3

,I'We' live' in the' building'and will o ,take c' pleasure' in"J"} o "> "t' ed and will be laid as soon u're elyrd..Tbea i I ,and.:beautiful ,and., !;heirentrap! ,. b r.J Is tbtlr I '
J will tallow the street psvlBcLot* here are opportoally. These'Iota win all tae"
be sold
Jmupplrine Tour,demands at all honrs'day ornigLt'; : | o $ .
FTf > > 4 -* selling for f 100 M cash IIM.Min one ,ear '
;. o and 'IM. 8 in two Jean. NO BRIDGE each on the easy'payment plan.CALL'aod

Prices Reasonable. 809 Avenue D : TOLL charged to. anyone who bays lots of asRivcrmont LET .UL SHOW. YOU THESE. LOTS.
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Investigate. ;Befoi:Javesting: 4 Furnished Houses I +

: ,
Wind Power ? :l ,We own most,of the river front lands" Wi have a' large list of Furnished House, .
both sides from the city limits up to'' e .
the General Lawrence plsce. Parties desiring to lease for the season ranging. IB price
'Has been adopted "by(( tbe"beat*t peopleofv:country aa the J aorrare lands, including riparian from Bfty dollar a month op. Send for lid .

'cheapest power for. ial injr water. ;Note the people who have .aeiyioa &, t e rights,should eonsult a*. We can PLEASE : AND MARK: YOUR 8KIJCCTION: KOW. o .;

r .them. they cootf hale)steam; ps'u4 hot air too if they wanted 1 lrralderyteflkc3e *.. 0 YOU. AS LOCATION_ ANDPRIClt.. "> If.,. upset. U}pvad the winter IAMiaaslf ',
: it I handle,the bent,min made and make apecialty ot this H : I far anong the trimmings < #- f *. .... ',. ,k v '-. ..,
-
bcninesa and:witb',my pump jnechanlata that have just been Mr tbeM\dresMC": Cbtvlot and ,/ '. !

'granted patent on. .1 will rnaranteotd double the capacity, tweed sntttogs street frocks win ta any ni aB parts of,tile dly we bve,choice lots,.flu J cos old ba loess houses forjsalt :iValne and fif of anr'wind lIIU1outfit.?!AD1.Wl'1lremeDb will elaborately trtm>ed with braid.' _
'
prepared to point out to tawstors the easy road tohaaJsoB proeecnted., ,r .....__ __ .waistof : ,
.-tI '... T-w. -....,"- .-- ...,""" ,"gtlnriPM! I {

<: RRYT&xoanutJ3rovc Florida ; U the MMOB these' .resta.. will. be, e< .!._loU 1.UM bean of tee city, .__..stb.a.n. ,)!gnat .laps. .att.. "-1_ 'rNe jus M'eJ' e 0 E'E'I ;
c; .n.p /. thick -Jlr"; ; ""J fcr '''''''.... *Mbl die hi tm.at MS 60 tack.I n. ..Wl.a... \ :
--q. ... Boil.vaMi.taran ctew* at .. ', '".' .
Oa thoL.west> krse there to a tend- : :
I f7iUe 4 la 1 1MY .-'e.t aj ', {S
K tot..12k.tr..twottrtl.loal.tei ...
0" mtf toward sqasiissss ,at 0w shoal- Good twtMiocy .rl.etf "..tow....cllaql..1.eIt tar ekes; :
did'u4 the coats of flat tan denote sate at lljn W. eo.m__.at.r .. .OSSSaU .. .. .. '
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; tbe revival ft>4 I&dtIa"W'l possible C1 wtk lot n SMDse fib itmt'for "" ""F..117 ato a01 ,...I.M ....... ...; ..j'_ : .
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I.1Eiiase GhaseitHiimiy: + length. flMWghhe) majority. of :rtbese .. 4 meta b' M .aa.d. an.f. fer ,ear.-711.elaK P,..? 'w "t. r;. f :
& Go t art abort and braided fit pet variety. I 11.. n..wt..la..abrsrsotoa wttk UN price wltkom tkot.B..(Uhff .p,37.....' -i -' ".. ... a......'.............. "
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mdtsgeplmt'thejbatr.: | o MCIa. Otk.r io.tMWa pnopanIae.. lade a litw dtytt.etri4 b...fer i,5eas... "'v'

- II SUCCBSSOR !9.1, ; ; .whtto the,crown,to simply,trimmed.I .... ... ,. j. :.;.
1)11& model: of Afro blue felt taarmndahap ; ,: -
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4'r AW& lAlnir .IID ) fiireJO .' adreled by a wreath No matter what yon want we arelap"itio-.to. tare yon l ioi ey. We have had more thin, ;
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of faded pink r1'IIl'8e' fluffy plumes money tor thoee who purchase on our advice. '].Come in and let na few
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Accident of brae shadmg.to white an placed on I t
iInsurance We will be pleased to show yon even though on do not care to:; invest \
.VEOBT.\HJ..e.r ". the). t back naderbrlm. J J\ ,r '"rl'l ... I, /, hI'J.lj 3
PACKER -:.. ..' 1 An np to dated coratlon for evening ,.. '1
Trornaao coats are bands of whit satin em- .I {? f' w : !" o-3;i:t q'r=: .ih.: [ : .0'f f

Cash De' 1, r wlaCrate' broidered with gold'beads. la:walls of u ...
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-i : :-* 3e: '-ssX-r- -Kss13 i"-- -', air Men Otastrattaa carried *** *** evt;in navy bIDe Cheviot, one of tile :
r Material MV*two toned Jibot ..crec1L..ne.kIrtII {IDcaters in Earth t>, :

4 ., ._. ._" to FIDELITYiiBONDSOLDEST '' i many gored affair trimmed with ;
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t% 4.. 1 :> I braid at thleS bottom. -Tbe doul-k t Rooms S, 9 and 10., FrisseU BuUdingI; Maid, Florida ;.i
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r1 1 ZO 0 Fi r" I. E. ChurcVSou&iSuniiay ac c cx. Holiday

\ I Crop liens, S. W. llubhard, Punfoy
school at 10 a. m. Preachingat
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Two Cars Eggs. i Cocoon at Titusvil'e I I Knowledge; of God's Saving Power." I.I wife to E. O Painter eFrtllizer Co.
Cocoon Captain I I Mortgage deed, Mary Elizabeth Fay 'I,
Among the freight y..h1ch'wlll be | The p'easure yacht ',Epuvortk u-ague'at 7 p. m. Mr. DL Y.Roberieun
carrleJ out to! ,Ha>ana tonight by the" Felt-dug which spent last winter here leader.IYr..achlng'at 7:30 Ito Ft. Dallas National Bank for $2000 made !
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tamer Martinique will be two solid I is reported at Titusvllle en route here (IP' ni.lifeubject; : "God's Faith in Man"Wedneeday IC I CO, block b., Polly Lewis donation I easy ,
I where she has been ': Warranty deed Mary and W. B. '
carloads of cases eggs. from New York at 7 p. m., teachers'meet1hl '
Wdtefor cat ,
f Brickell to Mrs Mary Elizabeth: Fay J : our new Og" .
the summer.
I: past I 7:30 midweek r-aler meet.Ing -
Junior for $2,500, lot 6, block b, Polly Lewis I ,over 100 pages illustrating
Martinique Arrived. I 1 I Epworth League Fridayat a.
The ttwauier Martinique. Captain A Correction 3:30'p. ni. L. D. Lowe, pastor. donation.
Warranty deed N. S. Boynton'.nd Diamonds. Watches.
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mounted
I 040 Silver
lAlon,;,Tame Into port this morning The Metropolis in reporting leg.1papers ,

trpm" Key West and. Havana with a I filed for,record yesterday after 'I Cornfrr Ii.| First Baptist Church wife fractional to S. interests T. Bennett In varloas et al., for parcelsof $100, 1 Cologne 85 cents ;,i Jewelry. Clocks.Silverware. .. .. ,,_.;
number of passengers and considerable noon was in error in one of them Avenue C and 7th streetBible
:,ml bt. She will sail at 11.30 which should have read "Warrantydeed >school,at 9:45: a.-m. Preachingby land at Boynton.S i 3 Initials engraved : Plated Ware ,;
shrdl shrdluuSHRD
shrd shrd
tonight on the return trip. from J. C. Holmes and Ella M. ,I the['pastor at 11 a.m. Subject: j 18 I II II / without extra:charge. '" "
: :: HolidayyNovelties
l Holmes, his wife, and Charles E Skinner "PronfjBaby'on, to Jerusalem." Sunbeams -I : .

Will'Co On Ways' and Ivy M. Skinner, his wife, to' "it 3 p.m. B. Y. P. 1J: at 6:45: PALMIST I-- I H.------- .,
",The houseboat Whim Wham has Mary M. Niles for $400. north 1-! lot i p.m. |lYreaching by the pastor at I I t "
Madame Amaethe celebrated spirit Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mad orders receive prompt t and catefulatte Uoa.Greenleaf .:
bftlttakt'n to the terminal dock ways 2. block 16, Erlckson's subdivision. 17:30 i m. Subject: "Can I Be aChristian j -
.. business medium and scientific -
where It willbe! hauled out and put I and Keep It a Secret from trance I 'I ':
In condition 'for the ,season's cruis- Benner Schooner Due TomorrowThe the ,'J.ld." 'Pra>er'and'praise service. '. palmist, has arrived In Miami and !
'log which will be Indulged by,her ow-, 'Wetfneiday at 7:30: p.m. Is now; located at 905 Avenue B.where L & .Crosby Co., :
Benner Line schooner John I
she will be'found for the winter sea- ,*; -
will be downfrom
and family who ft' '
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Snow. Is due to arrive In port tomorrow -
Madame Anise reads life from Jewelers
:the north early next month. f''. Presbyterian Church son. I and Silversmiths
from New York with merchandise the cradle to the grave with absolute
Morning worship and communion at .
for local merchants The John o'clock. correctness. If In trouble her advice 41 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida ,
What an f.d Did 11 Anthem: "My Faltn
I I'!. has a gross tonnage of'196; '' will help rOt Her fees are ,bI ._ ,
FV C_ Brossier 't Son. real estate tons Look*,..[Up, to Thee.' Sunday school I -<
net 152. She Is 107.8 feet long reasonable All are invited to call .,
dealers, report that on a twenty cent I 26.5 feet beam, draws 7.3 feet of water and pastor's Bible class at 10 a.m.Ji on her. I i- I i"I "\ ': .. ''-: ,

ad appearing in the Metropolis a few carries a crew of,seven men and '
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Jay they sold property Involvinga
ago j was built at Rockland. Me., In 1888 tr
total of 6000. On:the next day, Avenue C and Eleventh St.
from that
halting port. \
after'a change In their regniar ad and i I SerrleCs as fellows: Sunday schoolat I S t'

before' t o'clock lathe morning, they 1 -. 8:1q.$ a.m. Morning worship at 11 ;II The ,! .'
lid-soU'one of the tots mentioned in I Elected Secretary and"Treasurer o'clock! Herman by the pastor. Subject I H-:

"the said ad. and since*then have sold I At the regular meeting and practice : 'Obedience the Price of Success ;::1 I
several other properties the sales being of the Miami band last night the ."if Ep worth League at 6:30 p. m. '

._traceable directly vto their aJvertlsement. -I office of secretary and treasurer*was Evening worship'at 7:30 o'clock. Sermon faultlessFlorsheim

... .!s'this not'evidence that I(I created and Roddy Burdine unanimously by the pastor. Class meeting on I c ,t =3'eti t
advertising In the Metropolis pays? elected to the same. The'band Monde at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting "
rf! '' (\ I.'now getting in first-class condition Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. All are invited
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Bouflht Splendid Stock and its.permanency Is assured: A number '|p attend our services. Herman I III
of new members have been takenIn G. Poner, pastor. !!
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-xt;; E. SeweU, of the firm of John t! i Ia
8ewtll within the recent past and all are
ft Bro. who returned a day or tf '
so'from 'the"'north, reports that he displaying a 'lively interest in the | '.. Christian Church ;
"lad most the ,meetings. and' practice.: '.A box of clgars tie : f For the man ;
a enjoyable trip though I 'At aFlr building l Bible school Don't t Be the Last
from friend I
letter part of it was occupied In selecting an admiring were ,at .:" Communion at 10:45 AllInvited i who cares l .
passed around and liberally indulgedand ,
:'and purchasing the largest and ;
mostf complete stock of boots, shoes enjoyed. Man in your town to order -
and gents"' furnishing goods ever Ii| Christian Science new garments for the fall and ;

brought to Miami. The firm is now I The First ,Issue of The Bun will beout Service, Sunday at 3 p. m. Subject: winter season. Have them I i

completing an addition to their.establishment -( November 11. It will be brim "Soul;,/nt Body" Testimonial meetingon made byJohn _
and this will be brought into full of Wood things gotten up by Editor Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. All.the 1 j :
service to .hold and accommodate the L"Engte'and illustrated by Cartoonist services are held Christian ScienceReading Sewell & Bro. jI I : -

Increased stock which will be artlsticaly Taylor .Governor; Broward, contributes Room Roth building 13th : .
arranged and displayed. Mr. a paper In The Pardoning of street Mr mi fs foremost clothes mak I "
The FlorsheJm feels as soft and comfortable to
Sewelf also purchased a traveling Criminals' which,answers the critics I i; ers. They will be up to date
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ladder, ootlt.,which'win,be Installed I *tof' die Pardoning. Board. No one should I A SAFE PLACE in every respect. Rememberthe : your foot as old! shoes f from the first time you

la the store.thus facilitating and Increasing miss this' du nber: WritO.The Sun, The First National Bank, Miami, lf1s. << :1 put them on. They don't have to be "broken # '.
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the,'handling. of'" foods, from' Jacksonville, Fla* and order It,sent Capital', $50.000.:surplus' 111.500...row' ., ; I in." We call them faultless because they are
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'I', e 'I I the only strictly} high class shoe that'combines i

the very latest I touches 'of style with perfect

T I comfort and long wearing quantities. Price $5.00

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-for,boys, just.received in plain white andfancy colors, sizes .td 13 -years 'I f'I Miami Shoe" Go !

:sold, Price ,90C\85c and $1.25. This is':a famous brand and) is considered 1 ,,:' ,

'by: all merchants: the best g boys' .shirt!!"waist made, all are fast _colors.nicely t. Sole 4i Local -ets' ;
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seem'to.wear the the best we' know,of;; most all are shade withJjelt I 'I <

{straps and cut good and full throughout, made In casslmefe, worsteds tV 1 A ifttf Fishing Tackle Eastman *' )

crashes, serges,; ,etc. Double sewed, never pull out waist bands. ,
L+ uiKodaks Koda'k* Sundries: .. =: i1i

:(Prices SOTtfonbVKc.i; $1,1.25,1.5,1.15| ): Ui : Nassau Shells!? ;.and Jacht. Supplies jjj :

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fenders
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; I brass fittings launchwhistles I
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-e i| 1 a E WORTHINGTON Lt ,
different manufacturers. and .in. settling oa a line oa a line we now bare. ""' w t: : :
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,Yt found Bach firms as W.a.m ker,.M&e> .,,buying lhe e', same goods. .; it o u 305 l 12th Street 2'' doors \West of Red ,
'r' f.: ,.ISLVf-.tit rossphar'CYI.
; outat If'
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I will thece'made,. ,'up In the. same as men's suits'and some. 1t ; ,.
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1 how they, seem to fit "Miami. 'boysBBTTfcR! THAN -ANYTHING WE! ':: ", .- '
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'"i 'HAVE EVER TRIED': "PK I 'C e*. \f"i'1"'',1 y ,
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a Ve sell\ the best that morieycan t.iEfH: : a ;t 11n nthonyRowfh' ,Co "The Rutherford2239th .

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BOOKSTORE I I I '1300 AVENUE D "I THE UNDERTAKER. ''I 7 kw f

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: lJersomll dlellllfdlof from a business visit to Jacksonvilleand ", '
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TIRED FEE-ING?' lets

HOLIDAYGOODSonirr I n. M. W. Goode ii In the city today -' Mr. and'MIL H. T. Ferris, of Cocoanut -I Fine, new house for sara at a big I ORDER A CASE OF '

from OJns., Grove announce the arrival of a!'sacrdce and only part cut, balance I eaiuRLTHE HI1'. .
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handsome boy* easy monthly payments. f. H. Tatum cigars within reach when about; /

si ppur s Mrs: John McEchran, of Fulford U "t r: _- & Co TonicBfrew Better have one or twe good lmeu-

'-- among the neighboring visitors In the Mrs. J.' J Jones' wife of the veter- than a dozen of Inferlor qnallty. v

206I2T5TREETBOOKSTORE city today. nary surgeon;leaves tomorrow for Information from Stuart is to the Havana tobacco may be" ,high prlae

Tampa to al tad the Fair effect that County Commissioner Maurice bat|that does not prevent aa glvis ,

Mrs Jackson Peacock and Miss Peacock 't Johns, who,has been seriously our 'customers the excellent,\ I

of Cocoanut; Grove, are in Miami Furnished some $2 per week. Levis III, Is somewhat beter today and considered :\ HAVANA. FILLER_FOR g CENT' :t

today, shopping. I. Restaurant <10 Avenue ARev. out of danger. The Martinez DZY
Ii"t. a fine new,brain tonic, Norma mates a .
"" from the good smoke, having the fan aroma It*
Acme Bottling
U fOU' wage, i areal, : cheap lot on6th F ed Pasco has returned from Second-hand baby carriage will be the 'best.leaf. :f;

street fee as quick. J. H. Tatum an ecclesiastical: .trip.to KeyWest He' swill cheap. Apply to 1000 Boulevard. wdrks. Our drinks' : '

\n\\fi.n\ ft Co.Mr. go to Tttbsvllk tonight are pure and fresh.: HAYESTHE : t;.

t We us i only fine granulated CIGAR MANl.<

,and Mrs. Woodward,'of Georgia Mrs Sldneyl8..Conklln Is expected I ,Found adrift Open center board ;sugar. in syrupsAcme '

are'visiting' their eosin. Mn.-Hattie to arrive In| lIaml tomorow,!, having boat "Huron." Apply Chas. R., Serjeantson. II' OPPOSITE I HOTEL. > BISCAYK3 ,

Dlc'klOn, on nlid'Itreet (or the win sailed from. New York Thursday. bay front, south of river. '

ter. k. Bottling ,r. c. Drossier: & Son ;** \
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Deputy ghejriff D. W. Moran: 'has Works .
Runaways Still Missing Successors to C. C. Carroll, theHomeseekera
Furnished nooses for rent for the been laid up the past few days at his .
V No authentic Information has been Mk suwtj West of lot Factory ; 'Agent x
season at $40 to $300 per, month. F. home at Lemon City with an attack i
received from the three boys Marian S
C. BroMier,Jb Son successors .to C. of the prevailing dengue fever. 5: Special Bargain List
: Osteen, Laurie Weaver and a, boy by
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"' the, name of Frow, who ran away onWednel.tay '! -
W&IIted1'0 borrow $7, 00 on "o&'. E. McIvor law.'K: D. D.D. S. list of property, and would be
'a goodmany; enthusiastic; :Miss Jennie Richardson ,popular cnrity valued;, t $20.000. Interest presumably for Cape Sable glad to go into the details!] with yooV;;
by water, they started in If will watch this
having you
young lady from Key West, Is visit Physician and Surgeon apace yoji
'friends 8 per cent Apply to Beck Wilson *
among housekeepors a small sailboat fairly: well supplied Den 1 Specialist will be able to pick up some goidipaying 1
lug her uncle and andt, Mr. and Mrs. Hnddleston. Hatchett Building. '
with provisions. Mr. the Medical :( Dental property.
.. by unusual values of the James M. Thompson and will remain 4r Weaver 'f
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GuctorJ. aid Oral
i\\< father of one of the boys, has made S.rylsryCrow1Naea.es I i-or&k.
here Indefinitely. of Worn I aid BrUfnrorkTHERAI
Mr. and Urj. SJostrom and child, : ?
Cut Glass two efforts to locate them and the parents If you want a good cheap lot, let
accompanied pity Miss Laura Young
of the other runaways have made ns show you the one. we have oar:. '
Wanted One furnished room not who have bee i spending the summerIn Scond
attempts and failed. The trip to i ;KET STORE : street tor$450. ,,
exceeding. 3 1-% blocks! from AvenneC Massachusetts l: returned home last !gable Anew| 4 room house and lot. ,
i China and 12th street for a couple sober night They[nave had a delightful Cape Is a hazardous one to the : ,House painted and ceiled: and :(0&
.. .. Inexperienced, ,ant none of the ladsknew JSTHtPUGE ''good condition for' a short tim j7r
f .r.K g Toong men. State price and address vacation but Fie glad to be at homes : .
c X T z, 'care Metropolis. agate. : | ihe way. The families are not : 1 cash: only >$500.: | }V>.
\ndSilver' only grieved at the a'ct of,their leaving .I .good busines.oc.'xeaidenproperty ;
r wY i 'on Avenue D and 3rd -
n tDo 'f-it hoW, but fear that st,
they may get '
Best table, ,-rllt per week. Le..u' not forget that Dr. E. H. Armstrong :150 ft. on Ave. D and 100 ft on 3rd.'. i

!ch they find here and Restaurant 613 Avenue D.Capt. and staof eye and nerve specialists lost among the. many Islands! anJ Coniic PostCards ;This property has a dwelling, barn
sand bar drains, which >
His about I only a small and fruit trees on'it.; Cheap cashes t
carry away. ,, e
of Jacksonville, will i here at boat esr 1 house' .
enter. and .treet/
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time toxdo a little overhauling and Mrs Keren entertained the HotelNovember I { !
.Blscayne; 25, 2 between, avenue*.B and C. ,'Ttia -,
now to have the table a few of their friends with a bay ride and 27. Therreqvest that all their house' '. completely furnished"an&x

look its best: and most; 'appetizing last night aboard 'thelrlauneh yacht former padenti win come to'. the hotel Airlands under my control: are ready for occupancy: :basal convea-v-s: ; ;3
[Clara, going down the bay u'far u posted and anyone caught hunting ortrespassing iences Terms reasonable. '
part
for Inspection of their
for winter an cue andwould ,
appetite, Cape Florida! and spending a mottdflghttnl will be prosecuted to the / cash'balance 1, 2 and 3 years.' Investigate C\{ ,;
t. Invite 'U1 others who areneed to
evening.\ ,Those compo> iDa extent of the.law. R. L Mills, agent ; thin. ,:,
of their services/ to lee them. A'nice -house-on main
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the part,were Mrs. Bpitxer, Miss Pan S8eelfX'Musts1 1 1l' If you are Reeling blue t :.j
|f- come thoroughfare to the AllapattaTi d
MAYNARDZ& SONJEWBBQU00niaUI ton; Miss" Julia Boss Mr. and Mrs. around country, near ic ce school aad'.J.
: by automobile. Lof 1 l' anq see our line of pat-o '
>h Gus A. Mnller;Capt Albert HtenWeand. ton '* EI i& opposite postofflce. have Why riot tell l comic post cards aud have a store short ride r,to town. Thisproperty ,> J
![ $ .Mr. and,Mrs.. Meyers.* fL ;' baa an abundance of all<*
| ; an Q-to-datebar{. for hire ,The Truth? laugh. We!also have a largeUne kinds of fruit trees, a nine-room,
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,.cbrooaifew of, Souvenir postals ahd 1 house well finished barn and out- t 1
for
sale. Dope
y 1. ; 'The' lT'-u. held Its fine Souvenir houses. Seven acres,all improved..
{ regular China.
..quet, Hunt A Moseeese mob Apply WVC This IS a bargain. One halt ,
cash
Neo
I r 4-It _" .....'at the home of Mrs..Edwin.Nceon 1' J r Here ie something1 in a business
'Little""Miss'Ellse Hall, niece of the ,.,on 'Ninth yrtreet., Rev. ,G.',W. A pint. flclel grVtt wtteacfcZScMrttaeW. property that wont last long.'.Tbi 1
Hail reaj tie"scripture'reading;; ''Mrs.M. property is within one-half block of
Messrs. R .E. and'W. W.' Hall,'and ,1 :
Joseph T1 Challle.' arrived ;Y.'r. Brownead''a!t, sketch' on'te, ,> 'V our"Money i fhepost-ofIice. The lot.is 25x150
s -last < SAND!: EVERt'THINo- feet, and has a strictly modern two-:
.
1fDOn'f Miss 6ELL IT CHEAPER- 'I
and Jennie Roe're.d
Sell Dogs night from Flxlco! Ala, to spend the perance S : story stone building:, which is 25 7S'

winter wJth the: tatter aDd attend d an Interesting, "inlcle'. after I which" ,the Q I feet The first contains a 'stor-K '"

.. .- school;! 'Miss.Ellse! .who is bat thirteen meeting. adjourned to \meet the fourth. IThat"Is what we are In H. aille & So n the second which is .25x40,.

But I can jean of age, started to make thetrip Friday, In th4 month: at .Mrs. Kelson'sTen 'business for but we do not four into a flat containing: :,

."gtve.'lou: J &alone but fortunately''met' Cap ; 't't. S expect to rob you to get it. ttjl} Avenue O ,halL large All conveniences.| rooms, with This bath and',',- '.

W."H.. Mclntyre whowas en routehome" thousand grapefruit t. trees ready We want to make our store i:rty is rented for the first projufi

;' PointernjtfWfc from."western "points: 'and" 'he for planting ati.Tonsey'aNnreery.onof e so attractive and our'deal-, Those homennsde chocolate pleaLeffler's at :$1600 00. and the second: at yearte$720.H/.j.

mile.west. of Coepannt Grove RStatlon. .. are proving! quite popular. If want safe. and
gladly sawder safely.In the pandaler'tntloliu | (! Ings ,so fat? .you will tell you a profitable
"' 1> reladTeaTV{ i k l a ( Price l reasonable. Try one; they{are delicious.! investment secure this at once.t
rk dY your friends to come here The price i.i rea60uable
: ; \V very ,aoc1'
,; .f j01tr .. 1 ,.. l 'to 'trade. If you send a i crm8 eay.Isere '
5- Senator # : ;
n. FS : )Hudsonrofwas. loam For your bathroom fixtures go. to : '
Money .burns In the pockets is
in child to "us for anything I I a property in a,bearing: ;;,
Fort
Pierce Vf J. Brown
? Tuetday'alte the new Prout Bnflding ,
; *
nit *
and
and a burglar needs no better Invitation grapef orange grove whifa
.' ,QaQW te I tar yoa si visit.Ifha finds out lug,the meeting., of the County.Com 'you can be'' sureNtewillgive ,'corner Avenue D and 11th tree I. is seldom offered for ,ale at tue

Electrical" Contractor, 1113 .c\n.c .keep money fa W missioners, as attorney foe the Board, Itthe best in the house price asked. This property coil

.> 4 f'f '. t. .. ... you J f t;. ., .', l'f'l.\ and while: herftjj was...entertained, b y for,the"'money! 1 If we have Forty" acres. fine, vegetable Unl arms ten acres and baa 1475 tre.es, '
-- beari
t : 1er"ad.Mrs.. TvW...Tomkles at,dinner confidence we know pine and ditched prairie-for rent in part g. : 600,to'beai''nettsat
Among the diversions: I .of, last nightwas your year, and 300 the year' following.!! .
suit ,
; and by JCiIP: Ranlenon at, quantities to ; at a bargain, .
'a altsi ride fail supper will Here ia ,
i MOFFAFS adventure you,, bring your money the list? t '<
;. .. The SenaWjwas\ ,.warmly greeted Arch Creek d poL This 1 probity : "
atf: at>
d' nM ement to1 Miss Mary here and will feel you are grapefruit.; bearing. '"ir.
/ his pusTrieodiintewa. should be seen 'to be apprecared.Thf 500
by bear
Ft {
Henry and her brother John Henry,to r full value for .it. nq" year. ;c,
Ira
getting ,
subscriber win be found on premises I. 300 bear,in
'. whose honor tie ride.was giveajftre Pierce, News. |g twp. lears..t/ttJ. ,
4} John H.Welah.tENTA.] 100 bearing:
tf orange
>Ir "
IrrunchA newcomers to4tbls:! ': cItf. ,and were+ I'have ,a, bl"Urge tent suitable' It you are thinking adiagyoUf 100' '.. 'I 'bear next'yeir' : l} **
charmed
"
with the'rare good tine thr to 350 budding stock'' *t
i \ money away a catolog
t TV* \. & enlojeL.fMeedames. 'Laueterlan! fpr family use;foraaie JOT rent C. house we will sell yon the 50 pear trees (avocadJ.: ) at' ;?

EYeiTthfig It1d frown I war f;chapt'rones. Bonbon t C. Carroll JUUveftBe' 'fc A' .- same bill 5 cents less than DN 25 mango'trees.t u rli f. :,- t.i j|**
new dlRgf and dainties' j tCommodore ;;. 'they frill No one in towa C : WORn Situated on the fawoaaOrange, S
plentiful.
)
were Those n : Glade
rock rnd,..lmieee from
<
can undersell Ute
Lr.IJL. : us. We are not
; p.,1
part wer deter >: aghee a regmlar
the # aL .
.......-v.. ,' MCiheAN ".. \ :t.xe hue"arils cutters, but:we will not allow city. 'The price and terms art suck'that ;,
-r.. ... Brown and t\VTlliamsT uisseff'Mary: rttter'.tettorIbioh. 4Padgett to cat as. 'We believe will move this'promptly: Ir* .
4 a dRealest. din"itf Hei rr. Ruby Padgett. Mabel at, ,St::'.Lacle.,where lie wOf spend! thecoming :anyone the cash,buyer should have a raj,seam-AU 4..k. Inqaira lack at Go'ma*-ofn.... oak IOIW. tap interested write or can afoaceJ: .**..*

.j ,Susie Tucker*Battle f Smith.'Gladys winter i fai> flahmg:and hunting! ;better price than the time.
offtr f..W Victor R 214, ti&M
tuluum < ATCD
u Flee nr ;betwefl tf
,roo J.11108 pity.11 Iisaetee.Eleoaor'c8creven i. Messrs.. He'ltlti'obtalne'gifaarlen' at1 Sex customer ando to KETKOPOUTAN TALKIXO'
.
., tw ray; .. MACHIXZ-CO. SX>'Mats:St, 7ad.w.ria..aw.r. .si r ,
:V .
% P. 0
Soo- 'wMch'tS 'suinntee'that he .. Box:457.IUuai'J1ori4a.
John Henry, Cnartle Dillon Ralph La *(fM. .
be welt' I we give him f a discount _-__ .+ ,
IDEAL' PLACE Byre. Ouy Ice Bree.. Elwln Belcher, wn taken Care lor and shownthe :: T-T- ; --jr T w sa a a ipn M*

'rc:'f OR LADIES' Ouy'Tadjett,Mott Tarborongh,Earnest "best* hunting: *and flshlng ground ? ,Ofn 16 cent Miami)' Conservatory of

Lasseter:Jeff Gentler and Jim'Pidgj.ett. .:.ft PtercV Tribune. .per, ,. Music
1. '
? ** > -sr
'
J Connected,. wIhattermNk'everj : '" ._"4We 'v,' vy ; {l{1 ,- *' It;"J J i ad'; for cash on everything except"i t; 225 Tvelflh. Suet; > ,
0. Dr. B.' H.'I Ara fro q, (eye, : c NAILS, ,PAINTS AND ,OILS I % .
charge DO ton to cross our 12th Berye'ipedaUst I9f,Jack>aaiUle, win Fraokfia Coleman push Director' ''" l
<
> degat< i street bridge to:any.one whorbyysVlot : be at the; ,Hotel.)BUcayne.. .on Nor.:21' ,WfWantfYoun: : Money ,'

a 'gtafcs. i Light, revfreshraents of lnsRlversH J: or w any.one 26 and'27.;,; ;1 ,..r ".., .. ......f meaL European Piano trained faculty An artist in charge ead'de.-n.:
served dur-, who Pipe 'Organ 'Voice' Violin; Mandolin, Etocn- .
rents and occupies, none on > < : tiou Physical Culture,. French, German and "
Jag elt boa..c. : = : any 'of a 14.1otC t:Ave'tiire oectded FliralshedI at'l5,to $25 each 'MiilidioCo() ny and History of Music Ctuseaj. Burrows Spaniah.Kindergarten Harmo-and

to MIl Mckets: 'to regular patrons u per _tho'F,iC: :'Broesler Ass 8on; ;Primary Muaic'C1auea.: :... ..,. j. Send ft L UltUgBC. ., b
jxDiplomas
Id door ea-t 'of Avenue Don 13thProa i half regular rates, ,call ana encceiiars. to'Cit'Carroll.. 214 Avenue 12th SU: :East of.:Court.I .I'.House, I t'

t. Buildin ..Mail1l:Y13'1 us. .J.,:H'' Tatnm A Co.. .' ,: D. li :. .., ..'; \ l Granted Upon Graduation;. .


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/ SIX 'THE, DAILf, MIAMI I. METROPOLIS MIAMOFLORIDA. SATURDAY _

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!And\to connection'with the,objects ationlas: and for the articles ojt tocorporation 'well- ,!:I known as' one of the persons, described

I WHAT TO WEAR. i LEGAL AD 'ERTI9E3iE\TS hereinbefore enumerated to establish of the Miami Transfer| Company : to and who subscribed l'|

.tripe Hick !a F.-X. FnChiU'B and conduct and permit the establishment and did severally acknowledge name to and executed the. foregoing

Dm>-Smart <(<.1...... ------- OO- aDd peraUon of any business to me [that they executed the; same I srtlctes of Incorporation as and for

A nio IiHli: uj..:]<-l'. (hr a riiild's drew ORDINANCEAn and InfaJditlon,.' thereto the city\ taxI which may be conveniently carried on for the] purposes and uses thereto ex- the articles of -InC rporatlon of the

Is a Juz i>Uit.il slip Wale with tijix CITY -- 1 I to torr$lose liens for taxes on real: and the establishment' of which may pressed. Miami transfer Company and dU ao-. i

platf* lojct and front, quite, 11"1:1."Itl: Ordinance designating the officers -'. 50 cents for each distress warrant be directly or'indirectly conducive to It witness whereof I have hereunto knowledge that be executed the same,. t

"BRJe neanm.rurvwl in at the wai>>t. Tlu of the City of Miami, prescribingtheir .i Issued;jiy him'to be charged as part ol any of the objects of the corporation set mrj hand and official seal., this 2d for the purposes and uses thereto sak '
neck Is rut In a uttailow qguare and l well as to contribute subsidize day October A. D. 1905. I
respective duties and powers 'I the costs for collecting the unpaid tax as to. ofj ; pressed. ,
tbe vkfVMiut off halfway Blare the and terms of office and providing for eg onJfpriTlleges and personal prop- or otherwise aid 0 \take part in any N. P. & 'May Robinson, j It witness whereof. I have hereunto '
elbow and fmifched! with a boy plait at I '
their compensation err and, the sum of 10 cents for each such operations. \ I Notary Public. set my band and oJIIcIaJ teal this 34
'I
i Be it ordained by the City Council assessment. of city taxes certified by Without in any particular limitingany \ My commission expires May 1J.1J08, day of October. A.-D. 1805.ft. J +
.1 lot the City of Miami: I II him al unpaid against real estate to of the objects and "powers of the State bf. New fork 'i i i P. 8. Ceo. O. Sheppard {"h

I Section 1. The government of the "the city council and payable by the corporation it Is hereby expressly de- County, of Niagara. IL. : I Notary Public.

,I City of Miami shall be carried on by city. "''l clared provided that the corporation On t1iIs day personally appeared before .1 ,Patterson ft Erwin

he. following: officers to-wit. Th:city! attorney,shall receive the shall have power to issue bonds me James T. Brundage{ me Attorneys for Incorporators.,
consisting '9 and In addltlon and other obligations ln\ :.J,
r A mayor a city council sum r $300.00 per' year, payment -
lot nine members a board.of commlssioners thereto, he shall .receive.a fee for property purchased o" acquired -
of public\ works consisting of of 5or| each suit Instituted by him by li, or for any other object I J j "

.three members a city treasurer city\ to freplose Hens for taxes on real in or about Its business; to mortgageor i 'J.l

t : marshal a city clerk. a municipal\ property..' and liens for laying sewers pledge any stocks bonds or, other 1 Miami Business Directory

Judge, a city tax assessor, who ahall and ,street and sidewalk improvementijtogether obligations, or any property real per .
i, also be the city tax collector and a with 10 per cent of the sonal and mixed which may be acquired d I ." ,I I I I II Ye0ut'ot ?

city attorney all of whom shall be amount of the recovery provldedthatIn by It, to secure any bondsjotes l t ..,t
Town
those .
Buyer and within
the city will find In the
no shall such fees be charged or other obligations by it issued or Incurred -
elected by the qualified voters of said event Hat below the addressee of Miami Merchants under v -l
;a. ; w= y.xtry'v1 city. And also a ctly auditor a chiefof to the; city.Thew ; to mike and perform contracts i r\ classified heads; ,for ready references v.+ ,

the fire department city physl;;: city auditor shall receive the of any kind and description; II 31

I clan, a sanitary Inspector and city sum;|]', $5 per day for services act and In carrying out Ita business or THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO./ BUROINC! 41 QUARTERMAN j
.... each ol for the purpose of attaining or furthering '
cemetery superintendent na'ly Tendered Dealers In Groceries, Hay and ,
whom shall be appointed by the mayor Th |: city, cemetery superintendent any of Its objects to do any and I Dealers to'Dry Dons Notion >
and confirmed by the; dty council shall 1'Deceive the sum of 1100 per all other acts ,and things which are i' \ I j .
now, or hereafter may be authorizedby Cor. )Ave. D 11I4.4t1&, St. Miami. Fla. and Ladles FnrnUhtogs. '
And also a street overseer, and, city yea! J .
1I law and to exercise any and another E. L. BRADY COot
surveyor each of whom shall be'ap Tb., UDltarIDlpector shall receive j ) 300402 12th 8tA [ ud, .,. ij
C1QIILLEYOQVL which a copartnershipor _
powers ?
pointed by the mayor and confirmedby the stim of $360 per,year, and all sanitary Fancy Grocers Bay. ,Oratoj
tile baC'k.II desired dos n each box the board'of commissioners of pub |fees and charges collected bjTbi natural person could do and exercise j{ and Mapes Fertilize 1 ,;
plait at the edge a simple line of and which are now or hereaftermay Fresh .. SCREVEN
works tl Plaits and
llc t.. hIml yegwUbles12th
j braid or embroidery may be run. This ( .. be authorized by law. t
Sec J. AJ1 elective doe shall bold compensation of the street or !{Street Cor. ATe DAlUaml. Fla.j :
la also carried around the square neck. Article S. The &mODIIt'of the capital Dealer in Drug Pat&t..as.
office: for the term oftwo 'run. 01 seW and city surveyor sham be fix l _
aid sleeves'are touched with itJ
the stock shall be Fifty Thousand I j dues, ToIlet' Articles. W "
J >jTfce fashionable colffnre for winter li until their successors'axe regatarb, ed ,by the ftOTOTnlssUrnftrs\ of public $50.000.00) Dollars'dvlded into Five J. K. LUMMU$\ |I I "R'lp

Worn high ;eicept &I. to worlr$.'> ,' hundred (500) shares of the par value Dealer' to .Groceries. Grato. 1X07 Avenue v m', .MlaaLAh' "
vttb' ,* shower.of ,fabe. curls. *From members of thef :!ty council and commissioners 1 Set 6. The salaries of all officer of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars :; Hay Bad FerUUsers. \ ?i e, .
--th* low ;ht pompadour' hang, ;' little of pnbUor works who sna.i abA|be paid out of the general'fund, each,which shall be payable to lawful "
"
tendril of nrled balr. hold offlce'for the't rm'of four and;Shall be audited and allowed by S3S Jtth Street. Miami. Fie.
and yean ; money of the United States of America. YOUNOV, PHARMACY ';.'
: Ditch collars are new the tnort nntni! their micceisors!are! elected the.city, becoming things In the world to wonxn orl :Fifty (60), per cent of said. A.' f-CAMPULLJ ,
with round throeta. They.are round and, qualified* provided,1; that;of, them | bills'against the city lad'cillbe capital stock shall be subscribed Bad b| .' Pertumeirtee it-1'
1 BttJe affairs, seme of them embroidered mbers.of."cttycouaC'.Iwho.hailbe p.yable'DOI1thl; except as" hereto paid for to cub before said corpora ...ID"Dr7 Goods. Ootaj \Uonsry. eto. :Preeortpdoas '

IB blind work' bat boat have a' touch *elected to once, om the.tontth Monday proytdedSee. don shall transact any-business, and j j lug Gents'Jornlsbtngs.\ earefuny:oomp atled._ .... '
ef broderJeUtgtele: ,aktut then someari1 la October.."A.' P', 1J05,'five'mem- : ,6. AH ordinances Ud parts 1 I
; the balance,shall be payable to cash $11 ;Avenne D. lUamC Fto U1&..Arena D.. JsHat. n,%
i. is.the; logoe'a; trieh : bers ahan'hold office' for the'term ofof of ordinances' in conflict, with'' thePro'v1alonl upon can: of..the board of directors. \ "* -

It V evolved* 'In ,I- four years and four members : of, this "ord1,luc: be andtheeame TRONQ GROCERY,CO.
fron\ chenille inlnglel y Article 4. The ,corp rapoa, shall JARM : j j :THE Wo l .CItO$ PHARMACY'
: 9f the dtyjcoq dl shall'hold office for ; Is hereby repealed '-t
I sftades of'rose 'and soft cre DL \Th > continue and have taD power to ex- rtf SDealerXto.DrngB
brim 'Is high at tbe'sides and back, at the tenD of tvR'zeard' tad proddedfu4ther ; Passed October. U. n06.I ercise corporate ,franchises privileges run;;line of staple and fancy groceries, Itodtetoe
wtfcn jwint are placed a group of lightgreet ,' that of the btiat.1 of commissioners I II !::H. Wharton, Toilet ruude4 rrtecrlpaoJBtcarefully
and Immunities for the term of
fresh meats, Tept&bl--o.ItrF. etc.Nr V
and of,velvet rib Acting Mall
Ups. :-.a rogette ahall President of ompomded.
'of public -works who be City CounciLAttest from"aad .
after
ninety-nine, ((99) years "
t I
?! elected to office.oa.the, th Monday. : R.'8 Flanagan, t I the commencement of Its corporate orders promptly attended to. >

boo.Wt ; in October.A. DriSOS.Ttwo'ofriuchcommissioners : :' it Acting .City Clerk existence. Prout Ildg.1fth'e4 jkvenue! 'D IZth St, Cor.*Ave.* Ay. C.:k;L\: ,Xlaad.e Iks,)

t any purrhaW be ante yon get the genuine sba2l' holJToffice for pproved.October 15. A. D. ll 5. Article 6. The business of the corporation }

article.:, .Many bogus labels are to the term" of'fouryears ani! one' col3o- G John Sewell.ti shall be conducted by a board

--, Una.the market"Jttwurr particularly'of.imitations In'the!: '-clothing. of missioner two years.shall The hold term office:of for otice\:the of rDi ail "4 if! i Mayor. of president not .less, vice-president than three (3) directors secretary a (Qontractors] lAND ,I Property (O.)Wlleri s!! '

The SBCCof any civilization Is to bmeasured'by ball h TIDE Of L OORPORAIIO .
officers'appointed by the ma1or./, .
treasurer and general and "
manager
the of Its workers } to'SAVE '
1 MONEY
comfort' '"
not .by the affluence of Its done:: ,, expire with .the term*of, office'of the Ttwhomi: i,It" MaConcern:' such other officers, agents and em j Ifyotfdonjt: want -.J.{ :

l ,The.shorter: 'workday| the.'most Important mayormaking >such appointment. fence Is hereby given .thai the:' un- ployes as may from time to 'time beeecVd 1 I we can't help yoiu- ,If ,you dp, come to, 'm'

queitlo'i before the'labor movement Bee S, ,All city officers above nam-. designed j Intend to apply* to his. 'Exceifcncy or appointed by the board of r : '
.l and will,continue to be'sncb, b-> ed.i "shall 'have all' the'posers* z' I Napoleon P.' Broward. Governpr directors. Any two of said offices except I. A. McDonald CO.

cause It,I* the simplest and,most direct privileges 'and p rfor i'aU"the 'dnt- of the State of Florida, for'let-' the omce of president In the discretion The \ ,
way of adjusting the problem of
distribution. tles required lot and Imposed upon ieri patent on the proposed charter of the board of directors may :

The lrades'union movement .*not them by the ordinances of the hereto" attached be filled by one and the same persons., '! "' And Bud Yoyr, Building Material ..r:\

need spologitrts.. 'rile .time will come city now in force and the'elt,charter .1rw. 2d,I I day of October. A. D,1906.: The 'number of the directors of the :

.when it will, not. ,need.. defenders.CITY '. enacted by the, Legislature' of" "Florida t J. T. Brun4 ge.l corporation shall 'be fixed from time I Long Leaf Yellow, Pine'.andof :Cyvress!

Acts of 1905.. l I I J. M- Hanley. to time by the b1-1awl.but the num-
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ORDINANCE er -, Sec. ,4-, 'The city, elRcers'named In & I* Patterson. ber If fixed at more thaa three shall all I kinds l

: section one'-:/of thls"ordlaance 'shall .f".,.. I CHARTER. be'some'multiple of three. I i o ,

An' Ordiaace'to amend:'Section. J of receive as eompenaatloa their I tae, the I undersigned.- Hereby associate The names of the omcers and 'directors e also sell ) ( kinds). Cement, ,Sash'DotirsJ]

an'ordisance of the.City of Miami, services for ea&Vow,*the semi fol- ourselves, together for the par 'wbo'iie to conduct the busi Mouldings, anclwhateyer else-a builder requires \\

1 entitled':" Ordinance io Provider lowing to-wlfcj! W 'Hl..J I pole of erganlatngabody corporate ness'of the corporation, undl those ,at lowest: possible' _figure? It
'the; _;of-(Laoe.ooaiRev; i The mayor shall!' receive a salary under the laws of,the State.of FiorThe elected at the lint'election shall be I -; :

c 'enue ,Bonds. of 100.00 per year or fractional part I I 'I", ,1"" ... qualified are: James ',T. Brnndage, Sou, Know Where tye'Are.; \ 14th Street., Miami. Ha.I .t

!| _foflowlng Is the.Pr.opoaed.Cbr president. M. ,Haaley'vlce-preeJ-
Sectioa'1; Be; It'ordained .by the thereon it ; '
t7..CQaDcri"of.Use>' : 'Wami' i. The members'of'the, dty.;council\ re*, for.the Intended"corporaUon;, dent and general manager; S. Ik Patterson I: '1": SEE'Dr.1Burnham&
'eC . "cityrrot 'I rid. O UI/N iI. t ;
I tbatjSection) 2 of en ordinance of,the snail recetve'thesum of $1 00 for each |;Article;1, The name of the corpor- aecretaraaol treasurer and : u / :

tityrcf'Jiw ..entlUed an ordinance rem'ar or special'meeting"when'they atlpn' nwK1aiat: Transfer' ComP : James.. Brnndage J. M.,Hanley and

to''' I1Oride for the'iwie' $8,606.00 personallyattendJ 2V < V.The !- P and its principal place of bus- S. L. Patterson,'shall ,constitute the I

,of''R, ,ve Ji..ne"'bd':. be"aid, 'the.same., commissioners of public'works iqs I 1n']:iiule,county. Florida, with board, of directors.. &

t ,1a'.I hereby'. ::amended'.o*a*d to read a.Seetioe shall receive the sum,of $10 :each per principal, office at Miami, Dade constfFlorida i. The. organlatlOB and first, annual ,
-* '* *"" year! payable quarterly,., and la case ;;; m' *f meeting; ,of, the stockholders shall. be S

'2.-,That Revenue Bondsex.i ,. of Ole Issue of City Bonds, the com- ;|..Article'-' The,generaf- oaten" of 1 beI'd on'the 24 day'of November A. 1' w r ecllist i 1 ';. dI.

.
d In''the"dtjotMlamf
Irttslnes.lo be Dade
i cnle& as"provided"to section isbafl6e mlssloners: .:of;:public/works.ibaQ.. ;l receive 1 : trabucted4s to"eltn-I a904 '
?
onefourthq mtper cent 'of. Uih{ acquire own equip operate, eon* county, Florida, The,annual meetings .
I \ .. Jaeied inra. series,1numbered from tilct thereafter shall be held oa'thesecoadM9ndsy you are a sufferer!wMiChrpnc"of! BIb dn iseases..AIC:
.malatato :
:
\ the net. proceds aegotlattng and aad B generaltransfer ,
.
t V.to .inclusive) amounting lather .fors '
., 100 titeryor- ln Janoiq of each ud eeryyear. I Female Diseases arid '
r acsrer&te.f. '-'- to- 15o00.o0 against the disbursing the IIIJII.. ':I ,f... 1-0" "other'. ... -,tranaportatlon'Tbeal-, ,' fu treatedf
: rece11'el\.uie nu.. \. ; AlsotRectay'and Genita Utaryll !
.' 'GeierJ.Fund of the dtyof: Mlami.ln The city marshal shall 'I' 'officers I .t ase 'j JAn ] 1
of directorsof
i Ibo bur. sen. lease otherwise to The' and board ,
$6Srper/month/and
of tajSdJVtloa I .
<< sum t.IaElKtrlca1..ua
4.&a onlot'' six
date. $50.00doe at' thereto."'oe' shan be r allowed the dial orijto( traffic to auvomobfes'anditotor ; the corporation shall be'elected at To U8Iot tM, iMW.a 1M7's_14 al.ay_ a aua.4uce .
mea'ths' the of-
payable
13 ;, after ; :vehicles klads.whether the first annual JlleeuDc"or the stockholders -
of all
.flihe#'c(tbe'.clty "treasurer,:and bear- same fees" as are.the allowed aherUCs.vt jn' propelled by'steam.:casol;. all before' munlelpal ,
's ,1 tui iaterwt, at the"rate, _,of .slxi; (6), eases : or other'power.v* ,,'r"' of the7 stockholders thereafter;' but 7Southern' ,
vlo'atloa' ; l
of \orJlaancet
aaiia for the : :
pea.elntper: and the amount
t '
if from tiny election shall not
cause aa
provided,,th&f m;BO'case:ataQi such i wt'lo[ buy, seU lease or otheriie'to
: '
; reifitStfrom'the !.of such issue of
u
0.. 'such'annual .
be held the"'clal of
deal 'or to traffic ia automobile lad Marble
fees be chargeable against the dty. | & Stone
s : sues Boidr tall be carried and Col8THKBT.
the- corporation shall not
vehicle meetings, :
fixture
; d to'theiGenerai' The city clerk shall receive the sum ether motor supplies, ,'
F
dRea a..hea .
oa that account "be dissolved, but aa ; : 11 -Is \
: thtfine shall have been,1J levied and of $40 per,month for attendance upon sad furnl.hngs.of I ; every ,nature sal eutltion shaH be'caned! by'the'directors -HOOAN :JACKSONVILLEr '
1' fortbe,7ear.AAj190oan : the:,council;meeUnpandkcptng: a kind soever. ,jterf! nirvMsnaquBrterBfor: s. .- .
> r
,. i as'soon. -as practicable>> thereafter.duevtwtlce ,
'.) : ueeemett. Rott .. > record ,of their",proceedlafs,1'aad ,far '|ho! eitabWh, actnlre. own,. egatp, :'of the meeting-- for that Building Stone Marble etc pJ '
t other services like fees as are allowed operate! conduct ,and\malptslB such ., ," :
1Sad fn Hie"maner Revenue.Bonds. purpose'beinr Tft"MOCII't1JDc to' Ja,,. "
clerks of circuit:courts.. provided.that Xaragei and general motor vehicle re- '
g' tf17,400101 ahall be,I i1iJlPUacIM cases oficrlmlBal prosecution before flair sad supply JepoU'or'.estabUni.(i Article" t."' The highest! i moat of MOSAIC AN DTI LE WOR x
agtbq fupdfor ( dty Indebtedness which th r corporatioB r. ,
the .BBBldpal coat i* ao event ,rnents suchvpoint l or,points wlthto rLOoWBATH: 'MANm.s" "
r ''ti s_ .*rte timbered from 1 to 40 tool -! may at any time subject Itself to Shall FOR; .'.ROOMS, ETC.w !
Florida'Jae
Btati "
shall such fees be chargeable agalasttheeIty. the 0; the'eorpor- .. ;
u.aedate ,ssdau.p .. not more" ttan'one-half "'of"the MiM.ml.CtWc t'
11' r.frlta hetr6ep : '} "'* =be '. *>stet W.rie c.j H. ;
fr"I
.'A!Sn..- $? .t t "t jfThe ioa may desire :. t.
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i. .
p interest W et ill. denomlnatloMm '; .. amount of Its-thea fully paid ta'eapItal It _
j .' paji a"'ai iime tlme and place,i "erty treasurer "i Shan'i receive:, I To 'eatabllsbv, -acquire./owBV,: iqnip, stock a ,. Lsrrs W..*. -or02 CstsertMrscfflttas-" ._. ys.d.g.. : .**+ e.rvler

god ki vroeee4) tlereot'tu1a11'be' caf-. (he sum of $100.00 per ,....**aad tnaddttion } opera,"conduct sad maintain a flue A: tick 7. The names and reeldenceeof I -,
rto. andereditel,tA, U&Of 'the eretoT ta Vtisj'of the Issue :k ntomoblles or otter motor:vealo- the :tocorporators the company 'M. : "" '

Otj. Tend.! *T t -q.As4 of'I 7' BoBls.-the-sumvof oaeiiatr ofZtWW >!teen between aa'' two' ama:lsi"pototswithto'1 ,mf" and)the amount of capital stock a1CtSbe4 '* U 11i11'; ; n : e'"B ttJ" ,
'
the'State'of ,
Revenue Bonds .. 1 '--1)l, 'Ftortd for eack. foDowst "
& IB Ha* manner by are as .
1 Mii "i rv il. l. f'' t>:4 ,
'" : breed au rJr".T f" io. ,pia* {ease, James T. runs i e atl=x t .1Wt.- : ANttFAcrU1uau ;o. '. ff 1 1
X-H" .. il i .lr to tldeee ewtibi, i hi O IT J acqIt1by, Brnndage. Niagara ; r 11 I
tk
':the:td4for; 'rePsltssms"ltr. i t fur exehaage;or otkerwiM and:to 'sett, N.T.IO,abnI;'J.-1L.Hanley, Miami. D;

.ti til ielbptaijtgaepts'fi s ubrteipm:;. : Tk ;mnaWpUxfads :rail" ;receive lease fir otherwise dispose of. real Bad na,1Q shares.;>B.I.PatbrroaW'aml.pa,1G ROUC AlJ4DDRESSEJ f
:;: .
,
Iehatvi OM sam of tJOO.Ot per jeer payable tomonthly.tostaOments ;l'pfoperty"or:either1 or['any '
personal )
I' ivied Fuxin i&o'J" )> *rtnfof ; ; ; !ls 1'.lit.,. .oL'lu"t ,j I
and "rite Interest ando of GlIB each/and interest' or''estate",thereto 'wltkoot h.lad .;!$ .fltaest. whereof art have sere > I ': : UT2UtMB; :., i
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'" .. .......... ,' R' "I'NE'I 1. I .
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2. t ... =:bt.Itst "a44ttI ) fee such'reeJC of peesinslproperty
> -.. aadi_ b t, .' I I'r.fr.-- confined to into eet g ash,,.tiu4pl4e.: UdlMt: pub of ale.4oI1ar.for-'**i+ease; rtea| as may be Beeessary for or 'OdoD.rrL D.;1901.,' : .\t ,

esedsr.thereof feUa,,fce:.-carried--.aad i for.oe .uIo IIaI'coarC psorl'that tneldlnWlto1epropef'wiping I ft'lrI1r., .-,, VJ T. BrBBdan." ",seal J -It e. '"Write, fox, .prtaa.) ,Post md,:to 61iord : 11' :
sad ;IJa. uc evenfshanenchThe > tee h$ of the bnstoess'of\ the eorporaboa, or 3. "Hanley seal tI : .' I r-J: .; I" 4 t "r':J p1A
MILL .. .
: jt AT.QO. .. ,f' 0. fERMME DAu&
atarv: t* 4 _tti.i.irj.I;' apt Part iemtJ|' |j| 1i.j 8. L:'Patterson eeeJ ,. ..COUNTYnRLOItiaAMeyers
.
PMaef October 10. JL D,' 05.of .' ', city Us ..euar, ant city taxeelkotoii J The' busing or purpose of UM eor- Rate of Flortda. 'A'r- -'oj" -- '

1' W: Hab;J dlPredieat )' aban'receive the sum of potation la tnwa time to ttoM to.toaD County of Dade. ss: & Robi i nsonContraqtijtig -;{ ; "

Ctt7 Cooacfl., $100 fot4asae.stng tie dry taxes aa4sWeaent ; oDe, or'axire of the Beta or tatacs Da'thu'day'personally appeared be- ,
I.IJelil: ,'k.l I:R. IWhnn,' 'Jf"i ptretlartag.tbi roll for,each herein set forth; aaa' Its my..pos toN' n .':'!: It: Baaley and 8. U Pat I .Ir !',

"" ;Otyi Clerk,l;. i year and for eoneettes;'theelty;. taxes : lu1 bMbess"; :: to nag part ofc the.fetBte terson.*'to iMr'ftlrbon"u'tft of : Elecrriciai1O19Ave.

f"i .Approve* ,Oetobw 11, A.;,D.71J01, for each year the sum of two.per of'Florida and' may.have',one office the persons described to and who

:. 'f M .IenD-- ceat"oa' the..fist-u.00p.00'ertlected .W'morn thaa one ,office wlthto .said. subscribed their names to and execujUif : .
t !: D. Miami, Florida'THE
r-, d cent'tin'tDe remainder Ft t 'r -e- .I/
.. ita7or.f .. cod cii -per..... '"" ,!'S tater awiiie t".t".1 rq+"I II. the fofegotoi arddes" of iBcorpor-' -
.r"tt.n" 4i-iO if
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f 1, "" ;-of: ;' i I. t I

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TWELVE PACES THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS, MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1MB 3 t. PAGE SEVEN +



LBUYAIn HOME ..r'professions; //A a COijNTY COMMISSIONER WRITES The I Acme ,\Billiard Parlors '



'] ,. "T O 01 THE COUNTY PRISONER MATTER I .
/ ., : the.Land of .-* */atr jy*. .iV I! J 1309 AVENUE, DONE

flowers'C11Y.fl:Sunshine .
I
i P&ttar.o. cc x rtag.ATTORNEYS. if' I I BILLIARD A&UFIVB POOL TABLES

.Invest in property that We insur have*. a AT LAW. Commissioner.... WInfiield. .in a Letter to the Metropolis.Explains t'he I I NOTHING BUT OFT JRINKS SERVED.

profitable profitable orange investment groves at remark iMQliltiomtlMfnr ftUlynoOMia alleonru.-lnln But&s.d and pnfeodnfud h4enJ it; Position of the Board in the Feeding of the Cigir* tad Tobacco kept iq itocLj Miami.F1'i *_*_ *e
ably low prices. Acre property < TW.a.'oloaen. lb1 [ .
suitable for growing vegetable and MUml. Fl.. d; Cou :a ty Prisoners Matter. j i
citrus frmt. from $12.50 to $300
Business lots from $1500to t.9 T. SUG S. X. ])..
per acre. IILftUe .
$20,800. Residences $1000 to ,Offie with lied Crow rbimMT.KMUMM M.. .. ... .i... .
$18,000 all on GOOD TERMS.; River. Fla.. NOT, 10. to use strict economy to complete the i I
*14th 0 atnctcormcrAT Editor MettDpollaIn I work. It appeared to the board that Corner Avenne B ail nth Street.G.A.MULLCR&SON. .

Rentals Tire ifTAVT, FLORIDA. your[";*!dltorial of the 9th Inst., a considerable amount of money could THE ; :

1 headed "wiS a Funny Transaction." be saved to the county by appointing Prs
J. M. 1
DL JACISOB, n.. I iet. s
1 you state .that,, the present Board of a road superintendent to work under 1i
i
Jflsnrance and Collections orricx: County Com nlsslonen was electedon and report directly to the board, as t

lOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK,AVX.D a platforja "oppo 1nc the letting of provided by laws On the completionof SANc RLoS I :
i M1AXX.FLORIDA.. county couriers to the entire care*of a tbe'road a statement will be giventhe i ,,

Resident agent for: the Georgia road superintendent, as had been ,done public and the result will show _
II I \
,
Home Insurance Co. G. W..ML WILLIAMS by their predecessors." There was no whether we were right or wrong. II | J
such plank'in the platform. You 'urge spoke to Mr. Frohocfc several times roncmn '' OpWaldieyur
Bent, Wilson.& Huddleston < LSOpear lo
\ .. Attorney -. At Law an ..explaaa ,n. Here are the unvarnished !n regard. to the proposed change and BpcUl Br. Mk to Co i nrcUl t
i Suite, 2, 4, 6'and 8 : tact| he agreed that It was'I the betlt thing .F ;I .U. III1U. -.. lrt SAHPLC:BOOMS \
; :Ko. 320# OffkW wer W'8aJ'BISc i rii The form f board of county commlsilonert -I to Jo.; The change however, wu rNtsrfla, "I6&. ht, f..... ,.
I '4Wt pot hare a road superin made without very seriously: considering ....'.............. .. .. ...
; Twelfth Street Miami. Florida Geo.. M. Robbins te dent, bnwhen this board took office Mr, Frohock or Mr. Goode. It made I

Tltu.vill.Fla.Attorney f. the convicts were found leased to very little difference. to the. board I f From A Hole In The MoUntaJ"-t fU '.

-J f-T *, yt I av cOntract ..tl\! At' there ,were Very. whether MR Frohock.took' 'his.profits L ? .4 .a, '1 I J VA your skylight 'U mainly&
f [ and Counselor few convict*rand no money at : the from Mr. Goode or Mr. Goode.took Ala transition.

r :;. :. .,. At' Law disposal, of the board for road buildingstthst'UmA from Mr. Frohock, the chief problem t., .'.:.\-,.:.".!;,.'>;:;.._"<..-::;:,.:'.:;:A,:.,-.,=' though That's.1-t how lead It.'liwiO1tlnlng. U4'. 'tI&. ..

s WIQ poetics f.U all CcmrU Stat and F.dcnlQR. ; 1It| appeared to the board being how to build a $25,000 road on a !.."" ,,..,,,,.i:. :' from the mine and w f. MSt
w that it mlgh 11 be well to grant Sheriff, $30.000t;deficit ''':,:'''< I ir

W.. B. RUSH. Froho k'i request E (made to IndIvidual The I tissue\between. t tthe..board and tt H Repair Y\ir tkyllght_ ...| :
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,'' memberi-tc'he be wowed to retain the sheriff war merely; a point of laVas .;- From tin gutter'to Ua tetUrsr adu
;
Offlo!!FIlib..tnet'Phoru: M.n. '
Bed4aDJe.108 fth 81.r ; control of convicts; in camp. After to whether the board.or the sheriff F ;(j \. numbers>> are an[tn our lin*. TU,iw r
..1'.J'. .1 T matters need -gone.elongy ta this Way controljed the convicts on the road. :I pairing that stays and lint **fttr
ia-- ? ;; 11'' j flfAY1F)1) : tor a few inoaths lib F. k
Jt.t Company mtole a proposition to ,{ oln the board Is merely exercising Us discretion [ t us MBTT. tnia *
:!o J J.H.F. Mule M. D the county t jii; building the twenty-five }1n making',,to arrangement :,\. V ". t Bb U. R.. .y
.t .: /" .. r v miles,of:ro4l.to counecClllamII and with Mr. Goode\0 feel the convicts*t CORNICE? COMPANY
M4 .... '1t Office fed Resident- *815'A I I Pahn Beach||.The offerlwes' accented a lower price than that paid the sheriff : J,

Noted"utile .,. .f f aad-on, i Accouat of the financial cotadllon"of under the old arrangement<' <
; T vc.:C, Opfk.& j SdI oIIDIse 1 L ::) \ !!/ )
,I .' t. the|county it was necessary T. A'winfleld.NEW .
enisupply the meat thatweauppI1to MIAMI FLORIDAteens -
bar customers. The range I S BCllLTI .

.that ere allowed to a$lift for them- Dr'. j JV Taylor increasing-Prosperity Various

.,; setren and until then they get reach corn the for a stockyards few Office .f K Industries; in State of CaliforniSacramento a I I t'jJ

'day* are 'not what ,we want Dot DADE PHARMACYRetideoct

I '.what our customers want DANKa
r 509 4nnuc D,.Miami a
CaU No.,. 11The October -, ceive more than '15,750,000 for: this

prune Meats ,. w. C. Maynard ]Bnlletiil of the California Promotion -;output exclusive 'of canned or dried

,arc what t we offer. Their tender Committee just published. fruits. About 250 cars were also
I 64 shlped by express in small lots. California "
Buss, jaldneu'tad fine flavorhighly are GRADUATE OPTICIAN treats of the;year's output in three.of I
''. .1' will this year contribute be
With.'Maynard Son J w lr* -
appreciated.- -
_
California's {principal Industries. Their : ... .. ,
tween 70'and'75 -
t percent of all the -"-' "'
.A..B:DoaneProp'Leaders- 'Ana. D heel to Port once record ahow'i,!a steady increase over I grapes In the United States. VVmur '
;
previous geatY.. The coat value of this vintage win S Sons
.GEO.. L. MCDONALD" ,Shlpments'bf1fresh'[ )j decidnopi fruit I''be about $7,500.000 calculating the I ,

OiflbflaMri In a fresh stile, carload" lots,.approx'J 1 ..legltlamtely produced fro v Key West FloridaHBADOUARTBRS
1lefft7.g ad kW1YWq Lads a opIIIa1 mite 8,000 of';which grapes at paying price to the

growers ._. .POR,
'CCKXJigJnjT.GROV*. FLA have gone forward .1 .... .-, ,
'! cars to date. This I cooperaf* not included. The ;:O'c.;;:: ::; ;
h n leaves about;l600 cars of aples.grapesand selling value will be about ten million Stiip Chandlery, Budding
VW'BACXUBI __ pear tol;be shipped This total dollar*. Including cooperage. More ,
... .r> TA> ?<., is!Hhe" iarge tev recorded Materials
( r fcy-B f ; r. ;and exceeds than 20,000,000 gallons of wine and Of All Kinds.
.
; Inti y 1: 'w,8pelfleatibM ud Detail Itlt '"iiaf 'year's' shipments ) W : \* ,
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by over brandy will shipped from Californ- { \ -
for BuiMlncs BMttenoM of a AU Specialty.Kind. Fiat 2,000 cars fFruit growers' will re la this yearAnnouncement Coal and Ice, St.allllllarille Railways, Masons 8hop- .,Fasf ;**>

: ; t I t-;.- r r; OBince*1315.-AY iru>e D.wALTEF \ : "__-. .* \ v? --,.
; r All kinds repairing- Boiler ,and[Steam Fitting can oe done at the.,

., .Geftts, C. lMtA1tM0'Y Grand pening 1 Made shortest notice in the best possible manner by eipert skilled mechanic:;..

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: Jt. f. : ,I II n- .,,,.,,..A.rc.t ..... )_: : -: ._te'if i 'l 0 IPdlnB 1 Quarterman'i h\sM l ;I:. ery. Da d tt e h fli-C.'. IfTifle#i ( fnsurarice. : .,

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Miami.Fla. ; )
Roth_Bnildlnf
and Trust
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Fine Company
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>! ...
I The Chapman House Great is th(;.eagerness' with which;orations and hats the feminine mind i; OF MIAMI. FLORIDA: ;;. INCORPORAJKO. ,I'
+ t oi Is alive with l
the
s opening the new millinery establishment aatldpatlon.ThIt l II
.W. Prop.fact 1 ; 11

1 is sr ti...wed OHAP t4_MAN sp.daYGwta *c y s...... tee.ew > of. .f;Burdjne 'A Quarter}- years';! ago.firm. bat only.has began risen business to the highest two Paid Up Capital $75.00O.' ; lit ,SilYplu>is; f 12o0Q'Inwrssland '
} n _lea war .! Pste a c), oa t41aa man.,. is awal. t if "
,
Fa1IQrffig'at is M O.i.4 OHtlana.etlo; M .... -r tit rt r 1it't !"lnr 1{ ranks, and this added department t i ..
...
what .t &RtMri nonia. The win occur .
titlespreplres'abstr..t.oftil.loansand'
opeubllS4IaPlay
Goad and Opus MIla..... ; :comes u no>surprise to th?:ptbUa. : : .
.. .' 1 r.3 bur i .i'it3tiifralfatuA'. Plorlda Tuesday;;.fierjioonV November 14th.".;:<.The Biscarae .orchestra has been invest money op its own account and for other Acts sid ....
I '" from,I to 11 o J'cloet. the.store to be engaged to -play for the occasion. in agent;,, attoriev) in-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, receiveri" >
'to J closed for'thatjidaV'tmtB I o'clock. or guardian:, Address: all communications .to ;
\ tA W Ain:: render some of lie ,rarest seie&VflOM. -i "i
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,--' no,one has yet'had-: a peep at the dec OJ 1 fg ; '. 'I '. I \I' : t .,, I, 1S.
) ., / : I l..j .Contractor:and -Builder: L. Patterson Seclard Trees. 'W _.
Satt.f.etlou'Ou..tee4. .Ll MiamiTleriCiMBST .
DONATIONTO I > '-t t_ i< -t | ..
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Ir amiG6nservatory

FtWor1eyii&CoL .Lot,'. ____..._..rye....I.wor1I ed. a"find.aw portal,o..se_0S.I j; "i TRI,IT?.'4COr fG { ,:: II'V
k.
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win call ud *J< 1'.0.boa 74.MUaLTU.t II I'
New York Nov. 10Within a few I Horse--Sho i
of Music Notes x* CLASS 1
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:..1 I days the Ancient g
VI' l 8 olb l\ Order of Hibernians I V
: )tt
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AND t
I t l win DISEASED HOOFS SEE j
; eh 1s. \> .. :;....,._ ... I confer upon*.*..Trinity College,the
; :: Small'lltUe Naomi Smith ia, be I Roman Catholic University at Wait l't. iTaFoiitlsee 708 7th St'g 5i
Estates MiMMgcd her lessons In elocution with! mile.
grasps -
:M Are. C. near 12th St.Mi m .. Fla. as much thoughtfulnesi as the'older D. C. the-sum of ten thousand 1 '" ,I __ ... ,. ._. .
tr 9 I. TekpMse124'w dollars to establish a chair for 'llit :. i f.
w pupils. |al| |= S\ -. '} i H'
: f t it -
higher :
t. tint JVatknoal Rank Expert .Statistics saytthat Webers"Moto '* education of women membeof I \ .
'h
Jypewriteri, :1 'paying Vjt <* *- "
Perpetu is .the order. This will be the sand I _
a pianist obliged I >H rOlf1o &
I :r ,iiRepairing! i.tR:: IST01i1 J tore" !t,5t1otes 1a'less than fctp donation tun le <>f r the Hibernian i .. i: I;EI 1MG '. -i

minutes oc: about! nineteen a second.TherplaniU to. : the Cattoi! !5'-5ifutloa!far t'jiiM 'i
".'m, ", ;;tl.fI must'cultivate. the V*f t *> '. n ), l'Ot .
P. Box eye lugton. The vnrt'was made' about I Ii ; i
394?ill St.", 9. 311 i5 I .
as, to. i.oo 1IP1'n' one minute >.
$01 sic twelve ;
I. ( ( years ago when the Ancient : .
Ehmann the i ngerii'to .mnkeL000 movementyj -[or er' .of HIbenucns! t I, ..., ,.
A. '
it established
;'P ,.! .. and 'jhiftlbrain to; understand .. a I r." "

all then. movenient*. [r'i'.chair' (I fur the...pro.. ?*;!-.ration-- ,'of-.-the Jrish .R g1L gi ..... St o!' epowerlo, ,45. ,' 3
)tichmovu{ itect.JI1/ ; t 'H -
rJir-t'ij ;
Q isContractor. I language and lUeratnrc
Bites tnilte'to'the
,
hI '; "! : )hrgarOl earliest at a cost of

h W B c chi H F1?rda} 'Undent;;at j th*i i Conierralpry, ,cettlaf!|!!f$ :ooo. The donation about to be Complete'. 3 horsepower. I.. : : : ,. $ ISO' 1.f. '''4'''
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at her piano practice shortly aftercae6itoornfas. "I'made will be the tint ever IUd.r f I' -,. = ,. \ j.

: .FRED 'R TT ttlttlse + li .'1101'-nJ .1 1 Ithe-: -;.\special b", eflt-ot'" -women.EXPENOITtBE .' ; 4. .... 'fi .." A"'". \. ? d d) 'ott.:;1:
I .
SOt StreetGNMN OradHiB. student Miss .,Clara and i*Line-jjnattnc Is a fine faithful progress.The piano-!I,I" : -* FORS.. 'Y\' .;.: ')''. ...... :' : p ";. lfkJi '1 ;::JIJ..... .' i j


,i t*--10,*. W' ".-tojDrtt Vlasttn). t-.f1ldr.aRa..,i'.. 1"i i 8"0.< 'rapidly':musical'developing ktaderga a wonderful' student!i!:!. D. . THE: CANAL Com?Iete bicycles! at I low prices tt 1
RodCnstructlen
.. .., -aid sense of pJtch.' me children who- oat j I, coat octave.aorngia .|Canal Commlsalnhas; 'leased <;h<;ap., Batteries. ;Coils; Sp arkPlus
I month ago not.tell the an oIfIeWtatementoi.the'reeet'ptl { : i : / .
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; :A.11ltwitnw iCslunlt7r ;
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: :... ,...: !"aJ+Ce tlna2r' a 'and i;. Very
,. ;tbs\ cij" l nponh; rhi tbnm iteaclt.uv1thont ': pendltnre under the appropriation of Dynamos, best on tharket'' .
,
r- ) 11 ')./aiBSstrou 'eslamltj. wbsa ItoUn } at th planVf f $lo.000,000for, canal construction. To :
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ill Ie:' gestlea.aa4, oosilp&tlan,haV _rat" 'abtenVirom) das coining. over from former appropriatlons. ;
:syn wwIf [has been the piano -
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baD4 Q'70U dlgatlv'oreloi : 4 ;. ,tRi.d. j June SO. IMS. It shows a balance on
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etc Guaranteed stall drug Calling cardig handsomely printed total) ezpedltnr to. that date $4,009- '
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., 'The Metropolis is ,Enjoying the Most Flattering P4ronage! "iIts. istory. Why ? B.se It G fes All the'News. All the Time. I


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fUfi5ECURINBT.cEDERAL BUILDING Handsomely' Entertained l at Key West ARRESTED TODAY WERE: BOUGHT


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Metropolis Bureau. 'Cornet Band and a large concourse of Dr
On a Charge Giving Check
West 'Nor. relatives a By CipL Mclnl1reforfzteasioa.
'New Key : 10. sorrowing and friends
labeling Held at 2 O'docYJhis i Passed -Through Orleans En- :
The officers w the German cruis The Key West Guards hate decidedto On a Bank Where Ho' Did I '

Afternoon at Court House.5V .-\ route to West Coast Bremen were'entertained by Capt. re-open their skating rink for the f Consists of'9 Scamers: and,

:5V .. and Mrs. Beehler Mondayafternoon purpose; raising a fund to put anew Not Have a Deposit Over. 30 Barges.

i1 ,, at their home enjoyable afternoon floor'in the t tI
ffft Orleans, Nor. 1L-The Boothlac iil'.An armory. I -
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era railroad celebrated Its re was spent;!' Tuesday night MaJ. )The Mallory: line steamer Coma!, I : .

sumpikni.of through passenger traffic Phillips and the: officers of the barracks Capt. Risk,' arrived about S o'clock I I I I I I f I II I Ii I

CON6RESSVUN CLARK this weelc and for the 'first time In gave a smoker for the German Tuesday from Galveston with a cargo Calonel Georgi W. M. William twell I i WL H. McIntyre ,v
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three months sent a solid train, the officers at the rlealdenceot.. Capt M. oi cotton for New Tort. When 'the : known practitioner WH. arrested.

FAVORS THE PLAN I Sunset Express! through to California, C.'.Sucker's. I The, broad'ptauas'were ship"was near Dry Tortugas, fire was his morning neon awarrant sworn Key the purchasing department of the '

loaded to capacity. At the Texas beautifully decorated under the direction discovered In the lower hold amldshlp. out by: Joseph Perry, sheriff of St. West extension work of the 1'. &

state line the train was, placed Incharge "of' Sergeant O'Brien.. At ame Extra. steam was,at once put" on and 'ohns county, charging him with' com : CJ Railway, who has.,'been.on the.gulf's

of health officers of.Texas anda o'clock the guests arrived and were the steamer headed for this port.Steam mitUng a felony! 'drawing a check I coast for the past several week par

theatrical' troupe onXboard added I received by Major Phillip*, assisted was also driven into the bold upon a bank, fat whlchhe' had .ab I chasing' steam .vessels, .barges 'stn' r

ad. Believes That -Miami' Will, dlversment by living several performances. : by Capt. Beehler. U., s. N.. Colonel t0 keep the fire In check. fund j I. for l
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Hire' No Difficulty in Securing home
: From 'now on the Southern>adflc I O. BcnrAmoQ |Patterson. to not known at present aa BO examination ,' occurred 4 abort time ago ''is8t returned ."lastnight,; .,, hot'. }

W Appropriation for I."P Public will be able to continue its the; gttests present were: has been made. When the Augustine, COI Williams giving a will leave' again tonight to. bring te :i
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"... tincatat'traffic'and.in: a few days i Hon Oeo.;,W. Allen Judge Alorea.. Dr. steamer attired at the wharf an attempt check In the sum'of $25 'to a,Mr. this port some of his purchases.Dee .

'!Beildinglta_ : Need is Urgent to expected that the, Texas bars will John B. Maloneyi: J.W.Johnson. Capt. was made to open hatches'andwork'the Lynn. the :same* being endorsed ,, oy papu I McIntyre to noncommittal:o*

be": removed, allowing passengers to 8>sJ. Wolf LlettC J.; Curt. Leaf: L. ship, but,the: chief of the Sheriff Perry, .who states that he' believed the detallgof, his purchases 'hough' '

i'!a:: t stop off la Tau: Louisv R.. 8, Head! ,'Decker. 'Howard fire 'department and chairman of the It good at the time The check

"[,'?1';'BaUevIng ihMS3lamlbig' reached. The Southern Pacific also has begun BratotOJai, Falke and John Wharton.A .' fire committee of the city,' refused to was drawn on the r Fort Daltoa National be| admits that he bought nine steam-
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;< .. operation of Ita fast passenger' tteaav most enjoyable evening war spent allow >tbe work to proceed unless U saredipartment Bu.k'of this city tad la>due time era I. and between thirty, and forty >r>t-

the.! stage when it to stifled to hare ship Prince Arthur, to, Havana< which i Twits'wenVprqposed and 'drank'; to ; vu': put I In. charge rejected 'on account Of "no fouls.". era. barges. etc, and 'thatBothers: .. are

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: a federal' banding to say nothing" of General Passenger Agent T. X Anderson the, Presldent\i-.the United States This the.company refused to-do; sad sbeeff !' n7.t| to said./endeavored to be acquired." Some of the boats

"ritteneeds> of such an'InstltaUon a i announces win cut several boars tad< the Germaa r Bmperor.; "- the ship was taken Into the'Strum to effect a tetlment with Cot WUMama wlrt bought at Mobile though the nn- .

body of Miajnllawyers off'the:schedule.of prevtoai .Teasels Capt; Merrlmt| and Lieut Dunn and the Ire win be fought with: bargn without legal action, but falling swore :
;Iepre.eataUT. (ority. of them secured
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r' : BJeedng this In this U' ..4e.ENTERTAINED'. pn".e4'themsels 'royal entertainers and schooners, and the cargo. lightened oat warrandad above itagd'andcaused :
aftenooa
men"are
> and. business, and made everyone feel at home. They bin arrest Col Wffliaine. will Orleans I and other.points OIi,the Mtoslislppl -

'{ at the office of'County Judge THEIR, Were ably assisted... fey"their brother erf- The strike of the railroad laborers De. taken to St 4?Attjtutlne 'tonljht.,J .. river.. '

[.-nHeyaer for the pnrpbee of taking pre-I aCerL i ":- f..._ l -.atlD on and there seems',to be no .' Five of the .steamers, it" to 1&14. are

i:Umlnary steps la a campaign' having 1 Junior Epworth Leaguers Render... 'De- A handsome' baby girl was born,on spintlon' to,the trouble. Several gentlemen I- DENS stern wheelers.1I'ith great freight carrying L

Uhe'acquiring of such.aTuUdlng utli Tuesday to 1IrJ'Ud, Mrs. Charles .raised a ,fund and .p re1wlec. 0 capacity and are.totenJed: :to'
Ightfu Program Last Night
Falk 800 loana'otbrea4 and canned goods, Water transport material from this
Hyacinth,Report Was Only An port and
l :meeting'was' cafe d'by County w i Mr.' SoL Knight son;of Mr.),and which his feet to them., Unnecessary lea.... X""y West to,the acne of oprUona.i;

,. The social of the Junior .Epworth Mrs. Frank Knlgudle'j Monday night The niOD'men' are raising funds to I The!other tour,steamers are tugs sad;

:;Jaded:: :Herser and the proposition has League last evening which that enterprising at 'eleren'o'clock; Mr. ,Knight, was furnish food for them though This only: I win tow'the barges and lighters back:
.r.met with,, nnlversal favorMiami' to organisation 28 of and a native of gives' relief. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks Allen of West x
young gave complimentary years age ,Key temporary I and forth from the
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; a'. growing and ,,promising little city to their mothers 'tit. the West. He contracted a coM a short If reports are true there wlt be 600more'4tborers Bay city Mich, reached Delray the I works.
:and 'already*' outstrips a-; number, ofplacea"In First 1L, E Church: ,.Lul.Jrl Efitv'M ago, eonge.Uon here AN of.tJ&ese'eran.., .eteamersilglMr-
ut'ih: J pineapple i plantation though'thH; lit
Fadds'andtlrirougli&: a ,
[ wholly successful. 'Special pains had of the Junc'tI family and Mended the 'men, are sent down'by: the.same I erm and barges are ald to ',be

"coca to-that hive such4atltntloie It I been;; .ifcen to prepare an attractive t (;'not realize yils ailment war:Ier. agency and under the same .condition his first visit to ilorida. .good condition an d"with. tle', ueipUoD; la, 4

port of entrance and clearance.offlceJmmlgraUon program and the Title hearts swelled.!t ious ;as It proved- The funeral 'took that these came with.; .It Is reported Walton! Chapman, who has been in of a few minor repairs after "reaching -
r. the north the peat
summer
a iaspeeto with'pride as they received the loving place Tuesday afternoon services beIng that some of the men have gone returned this port '..Ill .be ready'to

;Tlce United stat a Commls 1 Der, miles of approbation from their held at St.Paul's Episcopal church to,work, but they started the first day home Thursday evening. work<
'D'ePUt7 United States'Marshal, and aafty'proud mothers.., The remains wee "escorted to- thecemetery without'going on the strike. An effort Uneeda Biscuit Allen was In town The tug Dauntless. now In/port, has

with'bnt, effort c$4 be'made. ai Cream and! cake. was the refresh- 'by the[firemen,'who-attenj- "win be :made to' have the difficulty Friday: ,I f engaged by tbe'company to, ,
i federal court sitting place > ment: The house was headed' the Russell settled atonce.BANQIiT Mr. Geo. G.' CHeason of St. Augustine go r
;' brightly lighted dn. abody, ,by, ,, tel Mobile after aome'of 'the baraJd' = ,
: advantages II'no who Wednesday town e
t. With these there and flower stood about In vases. U spent[ in
will get either :
tonight
seeming reason.why Miami should follows and took a trip down so far'u the away: or
The
program was. as SCIENTISTS tomorrow. The
BY steamers-willcome
sot' iueu "a government building Hlllsboro Inlet looking the ,
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: .p Rading-llda! Masters.: up rumor under their own >
:.i.D of the'above mentioned offices, ex- "s ;in regard to wajer'hradnta'beir hi I power and should. az-
,Raiding Rachel Hovelshrndl! '
rile here within the next
i'ceptlng:the branch of' the' Jilted SongJesus Loves Me -L8acue.Re 11IN I / HONOR OF DR. SENN the carts!. found only lettuce which week or tea

States Court,:are now operative here = win do no' damage. days .
dIDC Ruth Yeoman.
pad/Would be entitled:to space and Vocal -, '11' Oeo. Lyman: tit West Falm Beach JAn obstacle. BOW eonfironUag:;treempany
duet John and Ruth Me-
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to facRiUealaad! '
r recognition IB 'such a building. Lane.Reading.: : ... \ :of.the University of Illinois; ProU.lB. has been,In town the pasc week. the as yet ,
arable Clark OreaV Banquet plo be Given the Die-: .'Xurpb7, of the University Chicago Mr. problem baa not been .oIYe.l:Du:
l: Frank ?CoI creulDaJi'fIom Ladle Peek I : A. C.. Muter, of,Chicago. rep.'w Ins the and
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: i this 411tr1d.1I'u.14 to have tlnflulshed' Medico. ; Prof. Andrews, of tie Northwestern seating the Commission house of Hall ,summer up to preseai' '
Readlag-.Haggle: :TeomanmReading the terminal,dock,has been. the .
expreeed, himself' favorable'. to, the ....; Lena Blckson. .. f. ,University! and several'X11- Wedge .t Cote>4, Is in town and will : base
ofj operations but now that the
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j, ptoa and promised to do au he can to- : s C-"JeaU; Bids Us 'Shine": ; 1 t. waukee physicians of prominence Dr. put la a crop ooj|the muck. Miami !steamers :
and Martinique
warts securing an' appropriation 'for, Le.iue. Mllwankee, Noy.'11 The medial Jacob Lang, of Milwaukee, will deliver A number of our church people! are br there another; have' ,to

[ a.erectlon of a public building.. Reading, JohnMcLane.. trsternity'dthlii: city aadthe, State aa address la behalf of the "Vents attending the revival meetings being and because pasMJnger -
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[ also belevea cheer.wlB be no trouble: Wisconsin .| Nicholas Deutsche Aerate,'," of Milwaukee. Dr.Sesnw1l'be held by: Rer. beer' at Boyaton this steamer- ; preenmaWy the Shianecock -, ,
: 'ReaEing'LUe'Hainnn.provid ". of, RI1 honor Dr./ ; wn be here .
; ihortiy. Obi'en.
appropriatioa. { presented wlth-a gold
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;IPtuic.'a' week. j I
h ..Motion Song. League, Senn., of,CblagCP by a; great banquet medahion 'peSt fife dock WID'Jaa'l to be given to ;
''tis:De'peeper steps are takes J|[ ._. ,. ,, '' and each iNB'reoel v Messrs. T. :E. JCoggina of dneinaatfl. up .
.w that the project has' be.hutW tonight: \, if-' a",duplicate, is..br., ... .'.Ohio Gee. F Proctor them TMa pate tM.eoapaay, a
& TAMPA sAY HOTEL | and Howard bole
for
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.nebanquei the teadmg:p.'aces!, for ne.Key
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and. havmg.thi itupport' oforida OPENED THIS. MORNING ; ; : WlUlanu'Jox. Jt O. Marsh Savannah West! extensiom bob .

.the"I" representatives Ia 'em: ; banquet. room ode|the. Auditorium. .Hotel ._ VALUES ADVANCING AT A. C. Mater. Chicago. Mr. Allen of St Some of them' win use '.the riverof '
it to the purpose' of'the say' .i' In Chicago, ""and it to epeeted that NEW ORLEANS Augustine, all I commercial tourists, :

lMtcei to, leave nothing. undone i ,to Grand Ban. and Reception- to peseta I tul11. \St a 7. who worked the! town in the Interest dock the company%bot.R will ,net
f will be
: ahoBt the desired end aid place' This Evening 'one, thousand thaT ..guest' New Orleans, Nor. U_Followingclose of their firms, the' put few days.Mears. ae I oammodap of a aD, or' even a fair, ,portion __,
: on occasion A them, and n to ;
present special
In the list of dtlee possessing:, .. ':1' Sunday Tenbrook.. Beery I Terr evidentthat' i.
1 buildings '... '/', > train.,. will fake tie'Mllwankee eoatlad4' on the heels, of, the raising of and several-others are host ore Joekage! mid, a built:"oracqnlred *.
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Tampa, FU, Nor. ,11 The Tampa qu.rantinea'values In New Orleans somewhere before'the erafta'
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Result this afternoon ,
:W of Meeting gent to Chicago and an town for "bid". game this week.
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Bay.. Hotel. ,which, changed proprie- can operate effeeUrely'INTCIWATIONAL
,\Keariy,.. .all the local attorneys were'; +r'ciher.specWwtit. bring them b.c1t. have advanced rapidly. Stock' Exchange : j .
: ton some time ago-... was cIaee4''don' -
at in.tbedrealt court chamber: '. : tier the banquet tonight or tomorrow shares now sell at $900 each. '<
.to be completely .remodelled FEARS Or MASSACRE '
to'atternooB' at X o'clock to"discuss.'&114 req ppecI. :.".."'re-opesed today: morning. ;The tuests at the 'banquet' 1 t while Cotton Exchange: shares cannot ARE UNFOUNDED .f CHEM TOURNAMENT
proposltloa Jadge '
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"drjr aadaf,lb. management of David Lauberrf6rmeiy'of -. will be excluslTely adenttfle and 'profeaslonal -!, be; P1U'dIue4-at"that flgnre. An exectttlve i iI. I
chalmaa tad Mr. rred.,
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the Washlngton !l.Loa1& men and win Include 'mu7': : Between.Oermen and American
)( officer 'of the Hlbenla Bankand'Trust Ptsy-
.. seawryto .. St Petersburg.Nor. 11 There toreason "
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of {f
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former students '
::r. .. ; Is ere la,Mew a* *
i hearty.accord with the ; :Company authority for .
to.beilerethat the feus ct I .
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of --a
la'honor the reopening a grand,of'Dr. Sn, wba hare since! become t
of aecttrlttj a federal hoQdtac rind reception Then tie, statement that the fnancltl affairs massacre of JeMS tonight at fit PtVeriburg
< baa: YJIl/;be:'efT" In;phyalcuai'"isCjIiromlnence. iBerRa HOT. 11- The tateraaUoaat
aClaml, and the flowing: commitappolated the' masnUcentfeoteV ''wilt Wo' of the..business men of New Orleans and Moscow an anfoeaded. chess :
be
: : this evening, : many'::,military surgeons aa& between 'team ef Oersaaaeaeaa
to draw ap' resotaUoas to which several'thousand, prominent;;in the gathering 'f '' I I[ are-,today: ,In most excellent condl- The alarming. reports took lib a players aa* a tram of Aiaerfeaa' : t

forth the seed A of such a coon. persons In"all Darts of the State'hare ,' 'The. arrangemenU J for f the ,banquet J{I tlon notwithstanding the losses caused revolutionary, scheme to take advantage e'aJft opened '''today/ The i*. '*l
'ba t1gued by the members of the .
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1 i of':Dade'eboaty and, to" be13oa aent' :,been Invited. .:. t't'I' are in the hand* pf Prof,W. A. Brans, by the quarantines.VYILL and of the the authorities norroBsaeea for of the tM people par- a eh>n ea team e'm.late of ata-- .-.... a t
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beteodnx
< : to the dlBer.eat .
Frank'Clark with request' .. that *r of terrorixW both '
HOLOINOINDOORS i "TOY pose Into aoqalejcenee Genaaa eases ehM.
Vhta btet efforts"to obtain such TO. RELIEVE the mtck
i' ; ,for their(demaada for MtIauImlUUL W to W played '
M.. D. Price. J. T. ;Bar ""SWIMMING.,CONTEST by eatJe.;that ta, eaea
'> THE: FEDERAL COURTS j sore wip he eabtod across the oeeea <
end 0. W.K. WOtiama.: I
: The eJwsh sad .
.... :1 Barters of SL Petersburg tht onatermi:, +. cabled, disk'gaardN

.', foDbwing flommlttee appointed New Tork.- Nor. ,11- Today.to the ',_ .. have beta heavily 1o.ma.; !tiersw 'stWes.d yea
draw reeo'wtbiBa to same effect to first day of the'first'indoor swimming since last night the'+, reeepdoo J&rlor'OI.De

,"-l circulated and, Signed! by peop' contest held b,. the. New Tork Athletic Birmingham. .f.Ala'" Nor." 11' .Aa.atives'of;- the nylons.. barImportant associations PAttorVQnb. The, traded '

f.;Miami as a whole r.M.Hadson, dab la the large swimming pool conference to being held of,this State ct,the State Bar Association C>h to na aiiaglna. the. tounaaeat BerHa Chen

.-r\B.)1p '..Ga Uer, and,F' .; B. Rasdjr.ISIAN of,Its'club house.on.. Central .Park here',today, .k 4'It.' aPeotd,WU; of the;various'courts aa8'a WILL. BUILD. NEW OPERA HOUOB the Oermta .-.; ..' Jrl+ fI
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r "'f' South. Many of the best swimmers 'than a direct bearing upon the effort*t anmber'of members of Congress and "-' I Tie taaa of six American rheuptoyere

!* PRISONERS' SET FIRE TO the Bast are entered' for the radius I which .are,beingmade"to; :pincers. re.,'the State Legtoiatare.!' "Aa effort still ..New. York rfor. 10- A syadleai who will represent the 'UaiteJ'BUUa '
JAlL.j j 1..18 aad, a highly. tatereadae and .. has bees formed, which has pvrchae-' la the .
tatemaU .
., the made Bal
net for'tIa docketa of be to formulate blue pl.i wb 1QIi I chess tour )
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\ Bplrtted coated la 'expected., The .. eowfested. .. '
Central
:d I ,; '- > ed a poll"on. Park'W..., between .-. ,;wllch besantoay: | .betweea.0r
Nor, 11-, Prisoners ta,the .eveata Include a 100-yard: Im.'haad- T.dersl'courts. la thin "s\ate.\ win "b.nbmttte4 to Congress for ap- W aad 83d streetsfor: the ftad th ;
< mixed: Static! are'!
.Klshenhoff ..,orted. la a-body.lea,; >a: fifty, yards, aoviee ewtn; The,,eoaf reaLirwas' ,'decided :oa Provi4'in3'apySoprlati.leglslatloa.: purpose of erecting a modernorsrr open quartered1 I' la one of the rooms of the; ;r

"night" and demanded their free-1 plunge for'distance+faandieaiC. .,Mmlt Tome time &cofiad; the'local'bar'assoetotioa ,A great deal;of .. taUcal leaf house for, the jmeeatatioa of oycru Maaa ttaa Chen Ctna N.wTork. Tle",

Being refused they set the Jail :::11 feet and water guru: The polo lapaUcaUr -' .. ,the tion has been collected,.which will be oi'te. ..French caw Italiaa achoota. preliminaries+ are all arranged ,,

,!-fie. ...o.a harri' U to th. scene win bring on some of the toojc Introductory' ,,steps. ,submitted to Congress wnen sue prcvcr > The detail: of] the plans have not move to Jeclcfed wad and'aaeach
'tried a'oney Into them.un.ee,. beat mat rta1 of the' la,the.mov4meiA Among' those air matter i. en. It be _
bring
Tartooa athjada,, time comes to the ttaygmg o jet been arranged' aad the work win transmitted Ins.oth..r tJe! by able.

.- llltoC"J/-1 twenty: and wounding i..-uq., aat.-uo-d.'CIt the East.;: the"conferenc It are represent. ,QM .,attentioa;of. .that'_body. w not be begun .Before aext:year.- The contest will .Ia:,...!o. days ,
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4 A THE DAILY'MIAMI METtWiMJ MIAMI, FLOWOA. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, IMS, TWELVE PAGE

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I The Daily Miami Metropolis' '

,' B. B. TATUM>'t. PRESIDENT. S. BOBOf DEA.'C..SEC.-TKUS. I Nov.
---' Ask to see the new Monday
f THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY the Newest Novel- ,

the mainland of the U. S. It ver Gray Back and 1""
c .The most Southern newspaper published on R i in Ladies Hand ," .

PUE-SHED EVERY. DAY EXCEPT. SUNDAY Combs with Hair Pins IdealAH' Purses>and Belts'r

CIRCDLATIOII Three RATES Months.......$L 1: to Match. The newest I prices exceedingly <
... .$5-00
.11&.. 1I000tha.Year br.:ltall...........<......... 2-60 One week by Wrier......... 10a fad of the Reason, out. The Monday, Nov. 13th j F

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cr Advertising Rates made known oq application. I
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,4, TELEPHONE TIL IFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. "
;. Opposite the Court House. Monday You in all departments values I
and 494 twelfth eire.to. can expect ranking with the best

'. SATURDAY NOVEMBER,11, 1905 I ever offered by us. You can make selections from stocks by far .. }


DR. WHITE'S SIGNIFICANT ADDRESS. Ii, larger than ever seen in Miami. All the latest fads and


L_ At a time when the whole South is deep In a discussion of the question novelties with advanced holiday at actioris.
of Dr.
the remaM
foreign and Interstate quarantine >
of national control of i
Hospital Service, who whipped yellow !I
t" 3 H.:White. United States Marine
bears significantly upon the. question at Issue.:. Dr.
terer at,New.OreaD" :
White leas been the toast of numerous banquets. In bis honor and at one of

them"The'said:time draws near when I must surrender to .local authority the Special attention is directed

r shoulders for the J
responsibility that has been borne upon my
and
power
I wish to say to-yon
surrender
this
EssrIS t 'Pa whom tthree; I;'consider months in and the.before truest sense making my own people.for this la my native to our MdhneryDepartment'

land and J'was born among.you-that I In early youth imbibed the same r ,
which hare been held sacredby
;; Ideas with regard to locaaelf government
aU of yon and which'are peculiar to the South. It b then my hope and : :

,wish that the surrender of authority into my: : hands and the exercise of land r ;Where you will" find imported models direct from Paris, ve.'tur&.J.the' unnsnal. stiff derby. crown,. '
of ''I t
*through our service has' in no wise!" : impaired; the principle. the flat'models and Ithe tilted quarantine : new popular new shades zre.bines
other one thing we are showing in turquoise -
than any ,
'self government or oarpeople; and has done more viola: : ,
< of the worldWe gladly I rendered lake Alice and peacock plum aid various shades in receda
j to Sire'American manhood= Its primacy of quarantine within a'State"friendlyrssistance .oo green and sage., ;J browns, aus",

,. !'you assistance Is all.and that In we matters ever wish land to render and I feel peculiarly' happy' to rand.mode in,the latest color-creation., .Madam Douglas has just'.returned from:Europe where she spent:-

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'lave been.uDde' God's: providence* the instrumentality: for some good to myOwn I several' months studying the styles in the great fashion;'centers. The two months,she spent in Paris. she .

'It people.'will'be", 'noted that'Dr. White, as much as any one else in the South', i studied'the styles from.the,greatest fashion artist-there: Consequently "are preparedto; show only the :
a
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,"4epfee and'Is tee-loyal federal:to'berflnlltlt control'within Uouo-a State.He does He Ia advocate,a Southerner federal. control Georgian of latest in dress: .np.ry.We. are showing;a,large line of ndonstreet hats in:attractive shapes, and. styles '
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through' traffic but believesta : :, ':;. J .. .
and'quarantine as between the States on' J' --- --- -- -- -- 'J" ,,- :
port
,' advocated \>i the .
affairs as

I ;:. :.New' letting Orleans\ each'delegation. State handle to the Its Chattanooga own Internal: Convention. ;I. 1 Monday! ", Surprises and a Store, j full .of a i I Thousand _More::;a


Please put the accent on the last'syllable of Ito ranoff. 1 ,
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Advance sale of Wool ,Blankets Ladies SuitingsSeveral -
4 promised the vat gas -::- and gave | Silk ','
York candidate
All the New : ,
'it to_them immediately.. ,. r A i 1all wool filled white double I
; 22 inch soft. Surah silk; wont split. ,
r It 'seems that those nitration p'ants in Philadelphia were attached I blanket, red or blue border Eagle nev pieces of fancy wool Pink, blue navy alice, arid j

vainly to'city treasury.. __ brand. '350 value I ; Mon, tf 9 'AC suitings, 42 and 50 inches wide, white,'7Sc value Monday '

2 The' ".: 'decided "grant"- ,the Russian'people.every thing he cannot day;a pair.. :..::- !: .$ .30 regular value $1 and 1.25 a 68G ,11[ yard . '. .. '..:,. .48 e.
: Czar has yard Monday a yard . .
'prevent them from,takinE.Y 1 11-4 Gold Medal white wool. blanket -
silk tape bound, extra t AC Baby Caps: .
ahouli' Even the Russians have a prospect "
Yorkers ke courage. t'
New' at 750. Mon. :WU.
c. value pair. ,
of securing a,forua'self governmentPhiladelphia's Corsets '
'Monday we will show a large assortA ,
-.
Wilton blanket. i
F' 10-4 'white wool
nitration plant will be alright If the water goes through met of
baby'caps in
; 'at 450.: We will show a leader silk'mus
value R in corsets
special
has in the past _
easily as money
Jt la the future as t3' lin. You will .
Monday a pair. ." . .'. I Monday. A batiste cbrset, new model find them- big: J Qr '
*. Minister, Barrett says we are in danger of loosing our grip In South deep hips, values at each : : .::: ".tOu

It is difficult'to lose something we haven got. i with front and side Jrter50G .
Amer.es. ., ", .Swiss, Ruffled,Curtains I. Wool Caps

( At the time.o com.., the Kaiser will file the' documents, showIng \ *
; proper
i 125 pair of Swiss ruffled curtains, the 'A tape ,girdle in white and all'col-. i- _
In-Tunisia.tlon l most attractive bed room ,curtains.. '.. ore. Regular value 75cMoaday A large line of children tamashan-.

Regular price 125: a pair, . . . . ..50e. ters and tobogan caps J just. .
}delphlay filtration. plantsometlltng: like $7,000.000 worth: political.: <,mi- a Monday pair ... . : :. .98", r-eJ ve d. Monday, choice.vlv, *-
probes'tot Into the water.T j '. All the I leading corset styles and +.
.... t '. 'and I makes,just received: ] .
'*Now whit &i'n do with the money received from revenue* cur :. 'Lace Curtains ; Calico,

;r toms.-;asks"B Secretary Shaw', That's. what, the Keep.Commission.. -,-'is trying-- .
to'tnd out .in t\.self agtov now.1' ')'- j'SO pair of:l lace curtains, full three [We have just 'received a full line of\.
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will to'temporarily waive Ute question' of taint 1 yards In Iength.Reg.1.25; Q0r 'Shirt Waists calicos in many blues,, silver grays,
es that Kansas three, ,million probably;dollars agree that'the'Standard OH ComJlU,.' propose. to f.a_pair Monday a pair. . .. shephard plaid and light colors: 'All <
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v spend on neV pipe Riles.in that,State i ):- '- =..we: have about 100 I Indies waists to cotton goods have gone up., But

{' uncle' b. Iearnedth'mthd regret that his new. battleship Mississippi *- t; "Embroidery; -close out at a bargain.} Worth from soar can buy any;calico in r. CA'"'
Sam ;
.. ..but'' of t; % -u 1.50 to 250. :Take: Monday at a yard. ..:.. .00
obsolete:He'baa.w,a great many ships of .r ,none .. 'Inch cover your 98 t
hIS
them in:a:.navalscrimmage! ,'ever cared.whether"it was.obsolete;or;not, ,rs embroidery pieces of cambric 18 and corset Swiss, true, choice. Monday.at each .... -G- .f

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..,' 'PiMident. Roosevelt's. 'self. creed"' for' young 'nien. ls: ( '"Self-respect.' !?[ value SO cents yard.. Mon)5c, I Soap. _

restraint. self-reliance." Want advertising. often creates; self-respect' |.day,your choice a yard . We have Just received .a. case of,,
,1m Inevitably;.sequel-and self-restraint is the sanity'which Crowns all': i f Fleeced U Rockwood
) erwear. white glycerine 1 complex-.Rlibbon
,The expenses',the Equitable for the third quarter of the present year L ,| ion soap. Also a case Vlolettes,
were $829818 lower:than,,for. .the' corresponding" quarter -ef- .1904.. A few 50 dozen ladles' fleeced undervests, Del opera, a dine 'perfumed ''soap. "
'showings Like:that-will ,remove the.Joubt as ,to .whether. Mr.\Paul' ,Morton- ,,,Slk: taffeta ribbon in all shades'and and pants to match long sleeve, j Three cakes in a box. It will cost'

t can'. earn his'$80,000' ., salary... ,? 'widths,'worth'IS' ,to 25c a 1'2 Jersey ribbed, special Mon35G !you elsewhere 2Sc: 'A

The people who dont, read'store.,ads, and thus continually miss' buying r yard, Monday-sf yard .. .:: G. day a garment. .1.] . l Monday a box. .. .."a'box'I, ,. .,. HIV'
', .opportunities are:the 'same people who fall to read,timetables and thus .. ,
j' miss,,trams: In'one'case;;they' 'know, where..the..,.store_) ." In the- .other "' -
; "know ,where the depot. ,I."
a they .
..:-. .1' __L- > ',
.Prince Louis of Battenbnrg.' now with his fleet:in t American waters, pre M We Have Received |Beautiful Line ofLadies'

fers'above."all other .titles' the title of<<.Admiral/which, 'he has. 'won'by long 1 ,. -b .
Paid worthy service la the'British: Navy It requires r no merit or ability
'6 Jo be a Prince; but a British Admiral must have.both.- : :* --"'
Silk Suite c
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Doubtless there.was many "xephyr''voters".la Mew;York Tu 'ir'ai.: 'A ..:- ...- ,
.lephyr,,doter, according,to u-Chief,Bill Devery."I. a fewer that comes upto i I.i I. .
pan: gives you.,the glad haad,and tells you,he's goto';to,vote fr you "
T1rn, lie..blows. !&7 Into,thin,,air,on \. lire i =
r "the*tephyr" *<:rotas. _, 4 : 't> > )
s tt* The than* -- "who !finds frequent- ase MMM'for: .the HB* "For:Sate"',columns will, never oi We guarantee' fit We are headquarters for anything in ladles ready-

,be"broke." He lull tad a market(or.the.old wheel/the old ptano, the ole .
4 v Stogie.'.thi old'phonograplCthe'old_ 'desk.;; the old chairs"the old tables.the -. to-wear apparel if you are I lex king' for style [surd: ,quality. s sDecembe'r' si
t '014 silver: the old book-easejthe. old shelving' -.for .all of the endless" Itstold I .
"tof 'things that stfl have."i."value.: <. ,!' I
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1; Concen1Inc.Ih.--.ah--. ; ".of. oars'.the Wall Street Summary'says -- ti ;
:;. 'Oue.or,the gravest situations ever contented by our railroad "
.- world Is the present ear'shortage,'and_orders":of,locomotives cand,'cars' art ; :.. Designer ;-EB'D': : : 'I 1 '
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Tanning far beyond" "any precedent. The total'of freight ears. "'ordered' to ... "- g. 'a' S
"' .la IMS. 125.009 and the 1aipat.JIe--'a.,_ ,'aU&6-'e, "year: was -:; "Now... 'Inv '-'lIP' *. ,
; 116.00 la 190%.' The recent single order of the New Tork Central Ralfroad t w' 1 .
r atnr 25.000 [refight eats completed'the grand total'aforesaid and established : -
i record.in railroad'equipment Torders'In
last wee r, order,of 21,000.teight cars by the Pennsylvania Railroad was the : ... . '
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x ri r' 'f greatest'. t. bnt.the.Central has now'ecUpsed'iV'although'the former's totalDemand n }: ,....- 12th: .StreetMiami, Fla., Phone. 53 .

ia'sttty days:exceeds the 1 tter.the'tlure',In all being 41,000,freight ,", 1- r

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'FWELVE PAGES. 64 AV! 0 4, D ATURDAY, I ..Y. 111_ -- .. PAN.TNR ;.. .wlheManonthl
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Citizen, "bnt what Is this report I hear:loot only as : -'--- +

:: bout this board following still forth-:(jyer., of the ,

, \ r in the footsteps of the previous;''who speaks !

i card by trading among themselves Ietlect.j jVtat ] His j.> j j

Corner I refer to is the county print-:his :

|I 1(. I recognize.that It, Is an open j]ledge of | ,

''ecret! as to how we got the Record 'quence
''sure hes"
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"own here but It seems that some,
voluble citizen approached the I '
,The' .ne has been tattling and let it be- vote from .
,', On ,the CorDer with a troubled '
that two members know.
ome known one or
"on his face and cold. clammy I '
of the board: were financially: interested -
.west on his brow. His first remark I
too. Well, yon know that I n<*ver The .
;was: for all know that I am tate the it
let this out. .
;: Things still going wrong. I )
; are very close mouthed and do not say I Illustrated | : "
(thought I had this sheriff and commisI '
anything when It can possibly: be re- to stab
I'sinners muddle an ,straightened out, Is I do .So long as
peated. If there one thIng
'"but then' 'I thought that the commit I believe in. it Is keepirg my mouth!things they t r rI m

|/aloners were going to let me and two shut.*' And the voluble citizen'and the land the ,. I n
' (ar' three others 'of the faithful In on i
.
|when their
'o d settler! walked off discussing the
'the feed bill I hear that they are going probability as to wbe.trr Mr. Flagler I worse ; -
: to keep It right:amongst themjj.aelves punishment !
would make. al1"Uacr.free. distributionof I .
really closer: than Frohock had t. '
seeds and fertilizer the coming sea I I II i
It: .Frohock did have the liberality
son +
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Sto divide It ,rtth'"man 'who was al- ARE
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i:\?eaJy drawing a good salary,from the4coanty I t. ) e'
Officer Coleman came up Just then
but now It seems that the Fort
1 I with one of the New ork hobos. .
I
kj:commissioners are going to keep It to Lutherans
i I "What are yon doing here?" asked !
|,themselves unless .ODe, can shame the r
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the officer.
t *I': 1 "Lookln fer wolk." answered the I '
E'acme the funds of the county. Now : Lutheran +' d

!'I am not In favor. much of placing It. hobo"' | -I special '
''Ha YeI1'f.ou found It yet? There Is .
ttw',the credit,of. the,,roaJ fund. I*, all local c '
here in :
plenty of It to be found right !
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IfDot the road fund getting the benefit church.
Miami'not to mention the extension,"
c(.the work of the prisoners and-the I the ,special '
continued the officer. '
|4w' that the shall for! al
says county pay '
""Not 'at me trade. 'An anyhow,
support- Dl the,prisoners and 'to program, ? .
dere ain't no local union here'where
belong;:the spoils.. The i .. tie pastor
I''can1 deposit me cyard." ..
aty f'ft1Qm'.m-en. were not the
: 1 "Where is your card?" asked the \
'victors'. la the last election." HETT |
..t .. 1 11t officer. E
,. i
e
1 And the rusty looking' Individual ;
Chicago. : ,
,
"; ; Jast .t this'.point an ''old' aetUerrltie4' dived down In his pocket and produced department 0:

I wu4 'entered Into the con'Itseems -: a traveling card of the International t
lag
". :" "., i al fraternal.Order of SIlOW'ShoY- od and I iI
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i ,to me,",said,he"that every j elers.. as',the" ,,. '
broad, the.county has ever had I the ,' :

'iris: :tofo orlA the exact footsteps .. New -
I 1' tumbled to one cold facY remarked ,
!: tits predecessors Too were speak- one of,the Newt York white est'woman

'>ngof; 'the ,,feed of,county.prisoners laborers si ,discontentedly rested most

(,.being''taken'away; truss' I the sheriff on Us pick handle In the water works against ) :

j?JWisnt that jUt exactly what the' pre- company's ditch aDs.looked 'at his to compel ]: A

;,vlotts' b ar4.'cU4nei'. It' In blistered hands."and dat Ica: I Joni ing which. J"
I i ii another man's hands. It Is true that '
[| cot Ice here. most
['I'the'aberm gets his-salary and 'maln- no I. turn In -just in 7

H tains his deputies.on'.the'fees.his The Man On the Corner was buttonholed trict : I i 4'

hisee i bat if he gets too mach prof. 'by a Homestead country man
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lit .iul'fees. he can. malD'WIi' many7eore ,this'morning, who r said: "You" hare i 'i'9 ", I '
', and In that 'bull! t l :",,
,; .. deputies ,. way heardj nppose.of that ex-mayor com ,A Dalatr {
rap i a more powerful organization Uun.'lug-out for the legislature.: Well, Ia'sfeheard \ h. ;
ml'the' commissioners with their A dainty )
\ ES
that there is a second can
Inany ,road supervisors. You know ate baa alternate .
bon .
and. [ C.
&. next to being': a.deputy sheriff,'' !
In the legislative halls who sleeves
t/ot of country people would rather" wu.shy.hla.. .'cater Into the ring for lace \ :

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this
: Is still to be another Richmond

..if .' in'th field.' This 1&'a'man who has slack -----
lace on a
,\!":Yes. I know," returned the;'voluble made'f.'record for himself right here! :.''good, !
i- well,'is o0 ef o.e0oe.. S

YT I BROTHERS' If It the were 'E'"f

TTYj !
also, ,thus : Earth Itself
.'r\'" .d'" trait:; at ,

''I; Machine :Shop ed for ut t

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1 Agents! 'for: the.New Era Gas, Engines GasoleneJv [
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t'; ,and kerosene engine repairing 'a: SPECIALTY .
: d.'e

PS RJ&i;t--,; j| ,General.1 Repair' .;Work- ;; i

$ 6SEVENTH STREaT; :MIAMI FLORIDA e '
.Addition .
a
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h& : ; : i! ll' platted placed, on I j
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:, Dade Pharmacy I -.eb ice.lota on.' Biaeaya_ .. 4

S OID. ofjten Dr. Eader and ,

f '' ',809'AvenneD" ft. has just. beet filed already v b ,

been !sold sod ..iU1.1)
;>j As a.new candidate for your patronage..it"Ii'bnt just that we \
'it",state>oor claims.- 'Our, stock. new: and the purest and best' ;;jFor those wed want' dell,'.-; : ,

lkthat'-money can.boy.' ;:Our service..:will be equal to the. best.I ., I I everUoking'tb. ,bay,'high_ << ,' ,
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+'* ip We live in the building and will tike pleasure" in. i! .yes,chap: ,here >1.their

;['1 ij supplying! your demands at all.hours,dar or.night''i lots will,be sold at$Ito n

j{pay stent ..laL 'CiLL'.ci.
I Prices Reasonable. 809 Avenue D.w r
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'Wind. Power '. i ii'Ofh.M4'U. _, 1
season ranging n price,
./t. .':Bas been adopted ':by'\the, best 'people''of the country as the a'month op. Scad for Jilt ,
)' /- 'cheapest power',.for raising .water; Note the people who have SKLKCTIOK: WOW '
:'"r 1 them they conk have steam; gas and hot air too tf they want. :
I spend the winter is at lass I
,;- i I eel It. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot this ; .- -_ "

;.. .. business and with my pump mechanism that I have just been: ,; mine for
+ /mated patent on. I will guarantee to ,-' tweed : e ) booses.forsafetey iro
nine and life of any wind null outfit., Any infringement,will.be elaborately ;0
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:.i'. prosecuted. Bum. cl sri I few we.. den 4'

:rf..., : coats;of'

i fH" PERRY Cocoanut, Grove, .Florida; tat the ; "' .. bola.s ...a.a.jty. M A_ a rt
thick : n.NhY.d
W cabs. b.-,.
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1IF 0. the a : A MIll ...... <
I' ency,, t '-.fer ale.eY.a rajr.JS. ?
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Gfi & Co Chase .Hilrg6Y length: ; .eaI7.t4MM.- ->1

6 are abort.. : j,PI.pfOgla. let N atww A Rt: .larva. }. r
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,SUCC>tssoits TO'I. while the : a

CHASE &: BARNEY IDC.t FireAccident' i a A revnd pretty : !ey. We have had- .. score than ..
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sever having failed to stake
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FR j few "
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und of bine 1 I :. '
invest.
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the left I _
PACKERS eAat'1IP to 'I
*a Tornado are' :

e.Y Cult Dtlalerw Its a broidered :
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Insurance trey pa = ng
rate:: .Tfce
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,- air seen I I
!; out In : '
Material FIDELITY -BONDS I' new two : ,, .
Is a many t
i@ltby u4 IU HS., 1 braid at : Florida

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'e'l' r'. ': town ri0' tC( i ::.I'.I.J aaaaciac AMONG THE

ill M '|M. E. Church South' % Crop liens, S. w.Hnbbard Pnnfoy,
Sundajf,school at 10. a'm.'Preachingat
and
af in. t Blackmer and BJ P. Hodges -I
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TltusvllJa' ;- wife to B. O. Painter eFrttllzer Co. Shopping
Cocoon at God's Power. r
of Saving
Two Can EW*> !1
Elizabeth Fayto
Among, the. freight: which! will be I The pleasure yacht Cocoon Captain Epwort&JLeague i at 7 p. m. Mr. M.r Mortgage deed Mary -
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Bank for $2000
National
s carried out to Havana tonight by the Felaacg, which spent last winter here Robertson, leader. Vreachlng at 7:30 Ft. Dallas
tenner'Martinique will be two solid\is reported at Titusvllle en route here p. m. tSubjeet: "God's' Faith in Man"Vednep4y I lot 60, block b. Poljy Lewis donation. f made;easy
from New York where she has been at 7 m., teachers' Warranty deed Mary and W. B.
p. '
of case |
trloads eggs.
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for
Write catalog
past BrIckell to Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Far our new ,
the summer. meeting| 7:30 mid-week rarer meetIng -
Martinique Arrived. I Senior Epworth League Fridayat for SUM;.lot 6, block b. Polly Lewis over 100, pages :Illustrating

steamer ),Iar n1que. Captain i A CorrectionThe 3:34'p. m. L. D. Lowe pastor. donation.
Tea Y
Warranty deed N. S. Boynton and Diamonds. Watches
I ll)40) Silver mounte .
Dtlton, came-into port this morning Metropolis in reporting legal
wife to S. T. Bennett et aL. for $100. '
from,Key West and Havana with a papers filed' for record yesterday after ||First Baptist Church fractional Interests In various parcels Cologne 85 cents &x.Jewelry;: ,, Clocks
lumber of'passengers and considerable noon was In error In one of them Cornet Avenue C -and 7th street!

freight She win sail at 1UO which should nave read "Warranty Bible school. at 9:45a.m.. Preachingby of 8 land aft shrd at Boynton.shrd shrdl ihrdlunSHRD 3 inltlals'engraved.sJithout ,. 'Silverware. ,Plated Ware. '

tonight, on'the return trip., deed from J. C. Holmes and Ella M. the fpastor at 11 aTmSubject. :,, : --:4: extra:charge U liday"Novelties
I Iwm Holmes, his wife, and Charles'K$Wn- "From!Babylon! to Jerusalem." "Sun-r i

Go 0" Ware ner and Ivy M. Skinner, his wife,,to beami'i 3 p.m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 .- ,PALMIST j '

TEe houseboat. Whim Wham has Mary M. Niles for $400. north' 1-2,lot p.m. fErVreachlng by the pastor at I ; Satisfaction _illlteeL' Mal orders aad careful
t celebrated spirit rectht prompt el l
Madame Amae.the ,
been taken to the terminal dock ways 2, block 16, Krickson's subdivision.. 7:30 p||m. Subject: "Can I Be a t..' "
trance, business medium and scientific
where it win be hauled oat"and put Christlah and Keep It a;Secret from '
s fort season's. cruising the.W ;1d." Prayer and praise service palmist, has arrived In Miami andIs I
la condition the : Benner Schooner Due,TomorrowThe Greenleaf :Co.
., now located at 905 Avenue Bwhereshe & Crosby
which will be indulged 4 by her owaer Wednesday. at 7:30 p.m.iff : !(;:
", ',tad family who, will be down. Benner Line schooner' John L ... .: will be.found, for the, winter. tea- : = .
Snow, Is due to arrive In port. tomorrow son., Madame Amae reads life fromthe Jewelers Silversmiths a
and
from the..north early ,next'month., 1 ,Presbyterian Church ; '
from New York with merchandise cradle to the grave with absolute '
Morning( worship and communion at '
v' for local merchants. The JohnL correctness. If'In 'trouble her advice 41 West Bay Street Jacksonville_Florida ''
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What an Ad,DM 11 o'cjock.( Anthem: "My Faith;
Snow has a gross tonnage of 186; 'will I help yon. Her feet are
F. C.'Broniei,; Son real'estate net tons 162. She is 107.8 feet lone.Z6.i Looks.yp to Thee. Sunday school reasonable. All are Invited to call 7 + =
''tealert. that report feet beam, draws 7.1 feet of water on Ber.' ellOll't : :'
: 14 appearing'In the Metropolis a few carries a crew of 'seven men and : l ?Y,
; sold property InrolTing || First M. E. Church ;f 1I
the
days ago was built at Rock.in.t. Ke.,'Iii '1888
:, next"day Cornet AvenueC and Eleventh,
a total of 18,000.. On the hailing from that port.
otter'a change in their regautr ad;and I rricPij as fOlloW's: Sunday school

;. before" .o'clock In the morning tiey at >:4fa.m.Morning| 'worship: at,11 1 The tfaultless
Bad sold oDe of'the,lots mentioned In Elected Secretary and Treasurer j o'clock I Serman by the pastor.. Sub-
the kald ad, and since then bars a"sold At the regular meeting and practice ject;. Obedience the Price' of Success. : .

BeYeral other propertlef the ales being of the Miami band last night,, theomee ."I Epworth: League at' 6SO p. m. *.!
,' traceable dlreetlytothdZ'adver; of secretary and treasurer was evening worship at 7:30 ,'o'clock. Ser

:k u.em-t. Is this not:evidence that created'and Roddy Burdlne' nnanlnjoualy moa by the; pastor. Class meeting on ,
sdrertialng in the Metropolis paysT '' ,elected to the same.'. ,The' bandis uondar!at .7 p. m.' Prayer meeting 1z. _
ii,.', now getting in first-class condition wedneldaat 7:30 p.m.; All are'invited -

-1 eugKt Splendid_Stock; and Its permanency Is'assured.A number to 1 attend- our, services' !,Herman- Florsheim : -'

of memben-1&ye been taken O., Porter, pastor.
the firm new ,
Mr. & O ewelV of of Jobs Of ",
In within the recent past an4 all are U "
wen ft Brow wbo returned a day.or '
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so>> from'the- north, reports that.be displayinga lively' Interest.. : the. M Christian ,Church "
1' had *'most enjoyable trip',though'the meetings and,' practice.-.: A box of' cigars At. tin> aPlr building Bible school Be the lastMan For the man :

Better part of it,was occupied la select :;from an adm1rIDc'frleB.s'orepuaecl : at. t:. !''1 Communion, at:.;,10:45 All I who cares

lag ,.and. purchasing"the largest' and around' and liberally, indulgedand InvtteJj '
Biost"complete stock of boots,:shoes enjoyed., i: in your town to order

'and gents'! furnishing'' goods ererBrought ,., I; Christian. Science new garments for the fall and '

"' ,to Miami.. The firm Is-DOW .The first Issue of The SOB will be Serve Sunday at S p.|m.' Subject: winter season. Have themmade ,' ,-
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.k completing an addition to their establUhmest ou'.November II?, It ,'
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1l and thfiw1U, be brought into full of good things gotten.up by Editor ,W toesday' at,7:30 p.;m...A11.the '
errlce..to hold and accommodate the I/Engle!: and. pustratedpby.Cartoonist servlrts are held In Christian Science Sewell & Bro. ;

\; Increased stock, which will'be artistfcaly Taylor, ,Governor'Broward: contributes Reading Room Roth', building. 'ttth

rtt- ,.. *arranged and displayed. Mr. a paper,to "The< .Pardoning of, I street i|' Miami's foremost clothes mak The Florsheim feels as soft'tfhd 'comf rtabl to
.8ew a, also purchased a traveling Criminals' which answers*the critics .I" + ers., They will be'up .to date .
i?''%:_;,. ladder oetdt which win,be,instilledt I of the'Pardoning Board.No one.b tt1d ;| A SAFE PLACE in every respect. Rememberthe your foot as ,old shoes, from/the, first, time..you,

;In;the store,.thus.fscnitatlng and Increasing -, miss 'Ihls''Jl Dber.- *Write The: Bun. The First National Bank, Miami,' Ha. ". -, put them on., They .don't .have to be 'Broken '
uk :the, haniTlhig of goods tram 1 Jacksonville: klleFla:; and ,order'ItO.sent ciitAI:'$50,000.'surplus. $11, 00.'Four, spot- .in.", We call them t faultless" because-- > :u
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,they
Wgn shelTes. to,yon or see as : ""* ,percept paid on savlags. S3C BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCK, :
the only :strictly high class "shoethatcombines" Qo!
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;")":" the very latest touches, of''styl ?!'1th 'perfect '

comfort and long quantities rl :5.00. -



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i :for 'boys: justireceiyeiin :plain; white anS:fancy'colorssizes;' .6 ., ,I Miami: ; ShoeCo. "'" =
considered
r k ;/oy i,, l Pnce 6Qc,,..85c. and ,$1.251: ,This is' S: famous brand and, is' ,,

: : merchants .the; best; "made/ all fast colors ;
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i ;bpall: :j boys1sUrtwaist!' are ., !
: : Sole Local.Agcnts,
nicely made and to ,
;: are guaranteed wear; ;, .

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:,' :i1'' :seemtowear: 'the'boys about the best we' know of;; most all are';rmide.with. / l ( 'U/ Ili:"riJi"Ai ... -f

..; "'tbelt [ straps: and'.cut good,and full, thrpughoutrmade; .in''casslmere.sworst-! : : \ r 'Tackle' Eastman '\Ii''

>.I'\\M.. r ',eds, crashes, serges.' etc, Double"sewednever. pull'' 'out'w, stbandso. \Ii', Fishing : ,. "'tiIi ;
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{\ Kodaks Kodak Sundries i
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,ttrltes: 50c.; 6O&75.; 85c, $1125; l.5tl.75We I I, ',Nassau Shells :and Dash. Supplies ,


,, \Ii lnclu .lna.enders.'ri llsbAi i ,
,.. ,",, J. .i tal ,. ,. ,
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\Ai ed brass fittings,. lau dIwhistles t"
.lt pride, ourselves' oh our new i
and side
"i ?? r U/ kgths,' w" '.i.

: : '' :' : 'vliii/ -ckcks I etc.' etc. 'eta ViG >.,r
-5'. ; ,assortment, ,of bogs'. tits' ; shlp. I ''. "
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_ ,k .r 'Our,:buyer:spent manyday:while:IntNewJjork City looking 'oveer the ... : .f
''$;; --, lI"" E WORTHINGTON **?
i different manufacturers and in. ,settling on-a line on a line we now have, Uii/* : ,
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,y." h ,found., such iarms' as W8JWD er.' MacjrJite- .. buyingthese, 1 same-,,, goods, : / ;30S 12th Street.'2]doors West of Red Cross PtW'cy'1: 1Mark' ;;': -
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:';: Alt"(V are guaranteed to*wear,ant hold outside...W1*of our-own .guarantee._ Too '; : EEFrrFfr: rEEFEEEFEElk': :

1'j. will:and these made In the'same mnnn '
: up ;ar mea's suits 'and some '
_s. .* -' w" L.-"_ j. j'fey.how' '
J .n ., they :.,seem;to:'IIt':,.Miami''boys'BETTER'' THAN ANYTHING WB i :
-'S 7'j! .... Ouster &, Chop House r
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G HAVE> 'EVER. :"TWEQ- : "PRICE zsle > ; ,
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' J' Sea Food Our Specialty i
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t $2.5Og1Lo$6.OO__ jOt
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{, : g>We sell' ;Keep the' best in mind that the money fact that.can- bUyT h"eln'oft"'h'.j. on' Y=R' oil" hr: Go. The Rutherford I" '7

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+ |\Ve want tge, \Vorld. to ; I'I'm 9th Street. '.
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SMITHS Undertaker and Embalmer W.. F' MILLER Ti


BOOKSTORE I "' RESIDENCE 1300 AVENUE..STREETjljf D || THE: UNDERTAKER!

210, PHONE 25 +13; 2 STREET

MIAMI.FIA .



TOYSHOLIDAY f_ Iltrsollal'! ; .ewe JIof; J and from,Rev.other a E.business point V. Blackman visit to has Jacksonville returned WHY d DAVE d 1 THATFEEING ..


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GOODS rs..,It.;W..Goodels: In.the city"today Mr.:'and Mrs/IjL'T. Ferris of Cocoa.I 'Pine new home for me at a big I ORDER 1 j A CASE OF -

"frnt'ola.. n ut..Grove announce the arrival of a saerQce and only part cam. balance &CuRE THt BZST.

t -" handsome boy. || eat monthly payments. 3. H. Tatum cigars within, reach'when,about.,Raj ,
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Mrs John McEchran, of Fnlford. Is .h ft Co. TonicBrew Betterbave oc twt"good ....., '

among,the neighboring! visitors. In the Mrs. 'J.,-J,Joaa-wile of, the veter- I than a doses ot Inferior quality.

206I27'STREETHOOKSTORI city today. nary surgeon, !leaves! _tomorrow for Information from Stuart is to the (Havana tobacco may be alga_;prism .

Tampa to'attend the,,.FaIr effect that County Commissioner Maurice bat that does'not prevent .* glrts_ $.

r Jtlra.J&eboD.'Peaeoe and Mlsa Pea John, who has been seriously our customers the excellent 1
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cock. of Cocoannt Grove, are in Miami ,Furnished Robblu $2 per week. Lew. ill, is somewhat beter today and contldered HAVANA FILLER FOR I CENTS'
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today, oDDlag. fa' Restaurant.*CiO_ Avenue D. out.of dancer. net\ '
*ft a fine. brain tonic, '[The Norma Martinez nKV a,troy ;<
"r- J good smoke having the tall 'artxna''oiv
If?jog 'want a real cheap' lot 'on ,Rev., Fred Pasco has returned from Second-hand baby carriage will be from they Acme Bottling -, tie. best lest ''': '

6th'street see. ,as quick. J. H..Tatnm a i eeclestaatic4 trip to KeyWest He old cheap. Apply to 1000 Boulevard. works. Our drinksare

-- \MIJIV A.Co' will go to Tltnitllle. tonight pure and fresh." HAYES. f


: Mr..nei Mrs,Woodward, of Georgia, :Mrs..Sidney iljfconklln Is expected "Found adrift Open,'center board We ulated use si gar nly fine In syrups gran-1: : ..., THE'CIGAR ,MAN :

are-vUltlng.their coualn Mrs. Battle to(; arrive ,ln 'Miami tbmorow.having. boat moron. Apply Chai. R. Sereantaon. I OPPOSITE l' .. HOTEl_ 8ISCATNWP. .'.:

'; r. .. I DIckson, on ThIrd street for the win. sailed from Neil!York Thursday bay front south of rlrer. Acme '

ter. ,..' --- .uS:? / Bottling J C Brassier & Son w

,yF ,Deputy Shertit: TX W. Moran has Works ,:r. -' ,- <:)

I Ii Furnished houses for rent for "the been laid np thi'pait few 'days at his Runaways Still Missing ,I ._, Successors' to C.: ,& Carroll ;the-*,
No authentic Information has been Mk Strwt- it'o!1e rhetoey ..Homeseekcrs Acen.
"e4ad season at |40 to 1200 per month.,F.C. name at Lemon t City with an attack Sac
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received from the
i '' three boys, Marian ''
Brassier*Son saeeessors to C. of.. the prevailing dtfogue fever. I ;: Special Bargain List
Osteen. Laurie Waver and a boy by
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e I O. 'Carroll, 214 Avenue D. : This month -
i.f ff we offer the following
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., the
name of Prow who
"""" .. : \Wanted Tc{:! borrow. ".100, on security : presumably,ran away on E. McIvor law.. M.D.D.D.S. list of property .and wosild be: -
Wednesday for 'Sable
Cape' to into the
detail with
i : glad
Miss Jennie Richardson, a' go Joe
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a good many enthusiastic popular valued at;,$20.000. Interest at t
by water, they having started In I If YOU will watch this
I trOm. Physlcand Sursvon apace yoel'
young lady Hey West is visiting I per cent Apply to'Beck, Wilson ,
:friends'among housekeepers her u node and aunt, Mr.: and Mrs. Huddleston. Hatchett BuDdlng. a small sailboat fairly well supplied Dental Specialist .. will be able to pick', np. some: l oci;,' t
With Mr. Medical } DentalUrlaary..4lOral paying property. : :)
provisions. Weaver, the
by unusual values of the James M.;: Thompson. and will remain go. 8 .
father of one of the boys has made actorr_. l mryOimraTHE r.S Ic. ,
Bridge.ork
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d-- indefinitely. .
: and KnfiBjoItrom. and 1aecompanlecl'bTfu I t
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Cut Glass t : hart-Tocnga two efforts to locate them and the parcuts If you want a good cheap l lot; setta
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; of the other runaways tare made show yon the one we hare on:. ,
L,,; 'Wanted One furnished room not who have been'lipendlng the summer, RAGKET'STORE Si-cond street:for$450. '
faUecLne
,, exceeding $ 1-1 blocks from,AvenueC In!,Masucbuaett4: returned home-teat .ttemptrand trip to : jj 1A new 4 room house and ''lot.:
Chi and UUTstreet for a couple sober Cape'Sable Is a'hazardous one to the House painted' and veiled
;.j ) night They have had a delightful, and ia -
i young State I inexperienced, anil none of the lads IS THE IUtf good condition; for a' ; 1
meL price and address vacation arefglad
but to be'at home short
{ :J. I -.. ......i:1 '.,.,..v, knew:theway.The: families'are not cash only$500. V time
X T,Z.'care Metropolis. aptn' : 1 I >
-d Silver' : -. ;MH' ;= only, grieved at thact,of.their leaving :- (IA business or, readence'property
.,' .,, ,",I." :?JR #. borne,' but fear that their may get : on Avenue D and 3rd at,'
Best table board H per week Lent Do:not forget:}that Dr. E..H Armstrong 150 (t. ott'Are. D and 100 ft on 3rd.Thu .,
t'h::they find. here, and Restaurant,'C_ Avenue. D.Capt.and And of and lost among the many Islands and Gum PostCards property has a dwelling barn.

,away It is, about ... I Jacksonvfile stag eye, will nerve be here spjeiaUstsof at. sand' bar,.drains,, which.only .a'small 1\t|c aad fruit trees on it.- Cheap ra hjl .\ r
I boat van enter. house and on
lot
< 14th
: street a
time to do a little overhaul ,lira J.Jeren'entertaln ed the Hotel .
Blscsyne :November K, U between; avenues B and C,' This-
ing" ,to have the table a few of their'fr1encla with a bay.ride, 27.. '. v '
now and They Request that(all their, An house '* completely famished, and' ,
: lands.under
control
last my an
look its best and most appetizing -' night aboard their. Iancb"yuckClara'going t former patientsin come to theY hotel uroD. ready for occupancy;has all conven '
down the bay u far 1' posted and caught hunting or ience Terms reasonable
for'U inspeetton of their Cue andwonldlnvltsan7'J part
for winter .
appetite : trespassing will be prosecuted to the cash, balance 1,-2 and 3
Florida spending larestigate
Cape and a most defightful yean. f
t'w:Y evening.' ,Those,_composing ; others who ,are.In extent of the law! R.,r.. Mm, agent I.II I. this. _, ..
need of.their-ser lces to them. '
,..{ see 'A"nice country house 'on'main*
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thpronghtare to ,the
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$$!MAYNARDI&SON. ; Ross. Mr.':U4Kra.I" Seeing; -Miami> *by. antomobne.: tat around and $see our' line oi f country' ;near post-office,school and

Gus"JL. Mailer,' Capt"Albert Bleat j Why not store short ride-.to,town. This..
ton'AElnlZ felt cOmic cards have
WEJ.EISlt4l'tf OWNS I" and Mr. and Mr.' Meyers.. .. opposite postafflce, have. post aud. a I property has an,abundance of alk-..... 'y
I .'. aarnp-t -date eat!"for hire.' The 'Truth laugh. We also) have a large kinds of fruit: trees: a ,nine-ro. ?
'(i. riNKt : r .
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( Charcoal'' Ulolke'foe:'a1e.. line of Souvenir postals and hpnse well finished; barn and oat.: '

........ ..... Hunt cress 'Daps* .TheeW.C.T|t:;,t1. held Ma regular fine SouvenirijChina.. house' Seven acres,all improved. .

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Mo
." -" If aaet. mak-Apply This IS a bargain... One-halt cash.. i
to rost fflce. hIa 1. FIB 410.. llth street.LttUe bimonthly"meeQng yesterday afternoon WrjWantThat price SWOO.OU. V 4
.. .- ''I' at the homeL'ot:;, Mrs. Edwin',.Net I'1 Here ia something In a;!business

: 'Miss'Else Bait niece of the son,.on ;,Ninth 'itieet.; 'Rev: G.. W A pine ficket flhfetwtflieacJi25eBorcte. prpperty that wont one-ball & '?y,
: Keam.B'.m. Ran race the scripture'reading;' Mrs,' property is within oC'
.
td.W. W. BaDandllfa (
: loRp1&"rChlme. irlY "Jut M."'Vl Brown read'a sketch'OD. to0aance m. Your Mone() VTHINi the post-office.' The lot ia 25x150
.
(; AWE SELL EVER feet, and has a strictly modem two -
: Y' ---AND SELt IT CHEAPC
1)On't) Sell DO and Miss, Jennie 8.'Roi read :
; s tight from JbIeO. Ala, to p i4'the : story stone building, which ia 2Sr75 r
winter/with;;'' /.utter''anditten" d in Interesting ari cte'afterhlch'tD; : '' feet The ;first'contains,a atom
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meeting'adjottrned to meet the fourth [ is1 what *we are! In Chaille .:25x75 the second, which 25x40 w
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chool.:MU EllIe./"110 Is but thirteen W. H. & Sori is;
at'Mrs. :'business for but.we do not i81| divided into a ''flat
mite Friday{ this month Nelson's containing
of ; ;
to the
.'But...' .. 1 can give "you a trip alone years,'but age fortunately started met Capt v "'4Ten expect to.rob you to'get it .. 1211 JAysfiM D four ha.lL.All large conveniences.rooms' with This bath prop-i-V-,and.. .

W..' 'H. McIntyre jrho was lea, routehoine thousand aapeirIIit trees ready .We,want to make our store erty is rented for the'first year'at"
: PointerELECTRICALWor from""western points and' he for planting> 'at,ToU. r'1 Nursery one so attractive'and our deal- Those home-made chocolate pies at $600 00, and the second,' at$720.00. ': .

gladly ..".-l&fel1ln- the hands of mDe west' of Cocoannt Grove'R R. ings so. fair you will tell Lester's are proving' quite popular If |yon want a safe 'and profitable j. ,,;
'9' : Station.* Prices"reasonable.. Try one; they are delicious. investment secure this at ono' -
"'" reJaUY'es. .
her anxious friends
to here
k ; your: come The price is very reasonable and''
'r ; "Y' .. trade. If teems .
to send
1 : Senator .- you a easy.Here
F ) 'Miami
|.Hadlollo"of For yotu' bathroom fixtures go to -
barnaholes
Money IlL the poetssad' i is a property in a -%
tewti child to for bearing
.
TH. needs better : In. Fort Plerjje. Tuesday, attend us anythingyou \ W. J. Brown in the new Front Bund rapef nit and
BROWN'Contractor. I a burglar. no : i orange grove which
... Uon to pay yon a vtdt. If he Inrita.l ins the'meetlag, .of the CountyCom can be sure we jwill ing corner Avenge 4 D and llth street.. ia I seldom offered fee sale at the

.h .: .' 1113, Ave. C you keep money hi the b uL. mlMloners" ,a* attorney for the Board give it the best in the house _i price asked. This, property marains
vegetable
f and,:,while, ber4llu! entertilned b r for. the money. If we have Forty acres ten. ten acres and has,1475 trees
.
-- -dlveMona ',. Rein and.Mrs-'T. F:W.;. Tomkles at din, your confidence we know pine and ditched j prairie-for rent In part bearing. 600,to beat next
the of nigh
Amon .last yearand; 300 the
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!
following
; wu,'a straw; ride,=faR':of'aJventure.! ner"and rby. K. B||, Ranlerson at sup> you will bring your money quantities to suit; at a bargain at Here ia the list: year <

jOFftrsDairy per, The, SenClwis warmly greeted Arch Creek depot This property 50 grapettuit.basing.
and tirnscment to an. Miss Mary here and will fed 1 you are ; H
by his many friends In"to... -Ft usld be' sc..a t be appreciauZTfcc 500 i bear next
Henry her brother John year. .
and Henry in getting full value for It. ,* .. \
:
hoIior.the'rid. Pierce News. .l&tL subscriber win be found on premIIeLlohn 300 bear in two years. J!
whose waa pYUo'are '
: IL Wellla. J *tf 100 orange bearing100 .-
Lunch newcomers.to Oils. city, and :were .. bear next'
'have'a It are thinking sending year
yon
.1 a flne tent suitable
; urge
charmed with the'rare time they 350 stock.
good to a catalog McnocoooooococoooooooocoTV budding -
enjoyed. Mesdames Lsaseter':'and for family:use tor;sate or, rent:: C. your house money we will away sell yon the 50 pear trees (avocado) ..-:.. '.

fining. r.eW. Brown were' chaperones. J Bonbons c!;, arroD. 214.!tenu ,a, same billS cents less than ONHENTA 25 mango trees. ., '. f

: .focWiflflIflSsVlMy aad dainties were'plenWULTbaeethe In I.f" t. they will. No one in town WORn Glade Situated rock on the famous Orange J J
road.lJ( miles from the
can undersell.. We are not
Commodore F. IX Hughes
1iIdiR tIt party; wersaMesdames' Lame ter. ;a regular r city. The price and terms are sack
cutters, but we will not allow
winter visitor at::>Uaml. has arrived! '
Brown Williams.Misses'; :Mary that.will more this promptly. Ji-s N
to cut We
'! us. believe .
anyone
t'and: neatest '(In* Henry;' Baby Pad eU. Mabel'Padgett.' at_St" Lode, wheri he,wm spend the the cash buyer should have a .c.: *dmk.FiM Sate-A. Iaqa1re tacs at Iab\'nmartcnd. .... oak roller.., interested write or call at once S -

Susie Tucker, Battle Smith: Gladys coming.winter In'fishing and ten dog : better price than the. time "
nckur* after* for aW Victor alCOl 214 AYC.D. befeeei 2id $
icd.Jrt UP.
troom.in, die Be hu obtaIDe41QU rten lit Ben customer and toVlT OPOLITAJI TALBU.HONACBISK .
dty.AN lasseter.jSfeonor .Screven Mean
;,: .
.. CO miX. TU'na.
Yz John Henry; Cnarlle Dflian:Ralph Ls 8ooy%':which irif 1. guarantee that b.Yo'D 0iye Gs fneJ .- 0..Box 457.'Miami. Florida.

HX M. PLACE Beer?Gay ,La f BreeKlwlnBelcherGuy. : be' wra 'Ukett'care!: of'and: shown- .we him a discountof

,troR LADIES ,PadgetiMott TarboronghfarnestLasieter.'Jeif I the best hnntlagfand: : flatting" ,grocuidiFt'Plerce.Tribune' Miami Conservatory of Music.:
JOperoBnt,
1 ,
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Ya:- : Gautler and Jtm'Padgtt .00.... _". -'
-1, t-
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c ..edd with a satom x for cash on everything except 225 wdfuJ StreetfVankOn i .i
: ; : !
;&, B. sad
... Dr. Armstroniv .tae eye NAIL .:PAI TS AND OILS t r
:
We"charge no_ton to cross our.Uth! nerve, specialist.' :. 'J .. ;.m.;"wID : Coleman_Bush Director.
everufdagat street bridge to aaT oa. who a'' >be at the Hotel e-OD .N01I.II.: We )Walt' Your ,
bays iMoneyMiamHardwareCo
..... ; Anartist
; Light. ,', : European trained faculty.. : in of .
S reserved in '" charge each depsct.ment.
In'BJYefttd iaQ .
< lot of as or TO any one, 2 1. 11.. ._. Piano
Pipe Organ Voice Violin, Mandolin E1ocatioo. .
red
tents dor ,
.. who rents:sad:occupies-V noses a MB Physical Culture and Spanish.,. Harao- .'
bo r4j 2 = any of sald-loti. We nave aecidto \ 'P1tnisbearooml'a't: :; to'$25 each i ( nj and History of w'.. Kindergarten and

.it' .self tickets to regnlar 'patrons at per, month!, F,;;]Q. 1e'A.Sot. I Primary Music. Classes:Frenc.hGef'::. .Send for cah-, .-_... ', art'Diplomas

4J or i:. east of Avenue- D bri.J3th'Pro half .regular rata' !, vCaan; ..see:. sacceuor1t: o-0_,y 1, 214 Ave 'I2th S L.. East(of !Court )souse., i .Granted

:zt'Buildinp.Maim, .. ;r1,t... us., 'J. H Tatnm.. .*.Co., II I vans D. I Upon, Graduation.,: Jf
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_. ...- THE DAttv MIAMI,:METROPOLISMIAMI," FLORIDA SATURDAY. ,,NOVEMBER,11._ TWELVE- _. *PAQEs.. '
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ADd In connection with the object atloa ..'and" tor,the artldea ot tacor. known ads ou of the Dsseoat M+"P'.wen ..:

WHAT TO WEAR. i hereinbefore enumerated, to establishand portion"of the Miami! Transfer Company scribed'' ta sad who subscribed. fcc

'trim. Hick !. FaTr M..*l r.. LEGAL :LDVERTISEMENT3 conduct and permit the establishment ,] and did severally'acknowledge 1'name to and ,executed the foregemc '

b eIIl..'. Dr>_immn <
p A mod tub model for a cblkl' drew ORD1XAWCE' and";fin addition thereto they tai, which may be conveniently carried on, for tie purposes' and uses thereto I expressed -! tie artldea of. incorporation of the ,

'if a' box plaited sup! made with,thft'f CITY I I I to foreclose liens for" taxes on real and the e tab11lhment,of which maybe j! Miami nosier Company and Ai

p.UiU bark and front. qnlte wide will An Ordinance :designating the Offl'cers SO Cents for each distress warrant directly or indirectly conducive to It witness whereof I hare hereunto 'knowledge that he executed the

'aide eeam curved In at the waist. The of the City of Miami prescribing '!Issuti by him to be charged aa part ol any of the objects"of the corporation, set tidy hand and official sealj; this 2d for the purpose and uses thereta es-,

w wck i* cut in a hallow square and their respective duties and power I I the coats for collecting the unpaid taxes u well u to contribute to. subsidise day of October. A. D.'1906. pressed. -,

I ,the .!en..* cut off halfway above tb< terms of office and providing for I I on privilege and personal prop- or otherwise aid or take part in any N. pj S. May Robinson.. It witness whereat I hare '

e lbow and finlsbed with a box plait al and their compensation. ery;ind the sum of 10 cent for each such operation ] Notary j Public. set my hand and official seal this

( BeIt ordained by .the City Council 1 I assessment of city taxes,,certifiedbj/ WIthout In any particular limiting M1 commission expires May' 12,1908. 'day of October. A. A 105. ?

ii- of the City of Miami: him;.. unpaid against real-estate to any of the object and power of the StaU of New York i R. P. S. Oeo.- O. Sheppard. j

\ Section 1. The government of the II the'city' council and payable by theThe corporation, it 1* hereby expressly declared County of Niagara! a*, j Notary_. Pnbne.
this day personally appeared be.tore Patterson Erwln,
tt; City of Miami shall be carried on by city;tf provided that the corporation
the following officers, to-wlU- city attorney shall receive the shan hare power to Issue bonds j me Jamea T. Braadage.? tome Attorneys for I Incorport7u. '

A mayor,' a city council consisting gum Tot $300.00 per year, and ta addlUoti and other obligations In payment i ,

of nine members a board of commissioners thereto... -he ahall' receive a fee for property purchased or acquired H -I

I' of public works, consisting of of $3. for each ,suit Instituted by him by !t. or for any other"object '

members city treasurer city to :frecloee. lien for taxes on real ta or about Ita business; to mortgage
three a DircctdfKe:6utof
1 marshal, a city clerk-- a municipal property, and liens for laying sewenan4street or piobllgi dge any stocks; bonda or other I Miami!: Business

Judge a city tax assessor who ,ball and sidewalk improvement *'lions, or any property real persona ,

also be the city tax collector and a together with 10 per cent of the &lid mixed which may be ac
amount of the recovery proridedthat quire by It, to secure'slay bondsjotesor Town'
all of whom shall be
.
city attorney. BUye'al''ld those within the city will find In tM
elected by the Qualified roters of said In no event shall such fees be charged other obligations by it issued or Incurred ( list below the addresses of Miami Merchant under -
'
city. And also a city auditor, a chiefof to **the dty. ; to',make and perform contracts classified,heads for ready reference.
of kind and description
tie fire department, a city physi The dty auditor shall recelre the any ;

clan a sanitary Inspector and city snivel'' of $5 per day for service act and ta carrying out Its business' or TJiE MAGNOLIA, GROCERY CO. BURDINE' V QUARTERMAM, xI
for the of furthering
attaining or
purpose
;( cemetery superintendent, each' of natty rendered. [ In Groceries.; Hay mail cGrain. f'
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1% Ie Ii<< whom shall be appointed by the mar The 'city cemetery superintendent any of ita objects to do" any and I J'Dealera I j Dealers ta Dry Goods. KoStoas' ; ,:-
all other acts and thing which are I ; ;
the city council. ihalj receive the sum of $100 < ;
or and confirmed by pet and 4th St. Miami. Fla and Lfi} *f Faralshtafs. > y
1 And also a atreet'oveneer, and dfJ'luneror. re i; now or hereafter may be authorized I 1',.
by law and,to exercise any and another E. L. BRADY A co. "
#5 each of whom shall be appointed He. .nttar1lupeetoz: shall recelvathesum JOO-JOI 12th St. JD aI. J!%;

tflaaa vogos'the bythe mayor, and confirmed ";;;. : of $360 per' ,year and all aaalWt powerwhich a co-paraenhip! Fancy Grocers. Hay ,(Grala -p
each Dot or natural person could do and exercise anl '
back.' If deired'down' by the board of eommisalonen' of public fees anjl charge collected by aiapee; rertfltaer; ...-.,-SCREYEN f.-f
; and which are now or hereafter winVegetables
phut at the edge a simple' line. ciw' works hint Fresh Fruits '
braid a be r- Talila may be authorised by law. .
embroidery may Sea 2. AU electtre officer ahall bold T. compensation of the street or Utfc Street. Cor. Aft D. ,Miami. Fla.SSI "-
also carried around the square neck; Article S. The amount of the cap- Dealer to Drat. Patent btedl

and tile sleeves are..touched>> with It. office for the .term. [,of ,two.rears.. ,'ornnffl. ers er and city surveyor shall be fix ital stock shan be Fifty Thousand J. K.. LUMUUfr'' dues.-. Toilet Article*.
m Tie fjuhknable coiffure for winter li their successors are "refulart> edi'.by\ the, y""">-<" 'tri of ,public $50,000.00)) Dollars, divided into Fire 1 .

vy *aura;fclgb.on, the beads, and finished elected and Qualified, except\ aa to work' *. Hundred (COO) shares of the par value I Dealer ta Groceries Orab1..' 1107 Areaao IX, 'fla1. J
with a. abpwer of fate curls From member of the'Citi'oaDcn and commlasla&en Bee. B. The salaries of .q} officersshijl.be of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar Hay and rerUUsera n ti

'the low flat pompadour'lung' "little ,of puWl -Trorka,'who awl paid out of the general fond each which than be payable In lawful '
llth J'Ia.
tendrils of curled bmlr.' hold office foe.ihe-term of four yean anil:' shall' be audited and'aUowed.bythe'dty money of the United State of'America StreetA. MIamI. YOUNOf PHARMACY' ,;,
Dvtcfa collar pew and the most '
are or'_nntfl. their mice eason]:are elected council In' Ub manner aa -I Drags. ,TtOef'
Fifty (50) per cent of said CAMPUU.
tftralny thing la the world to women J. '
that of the other buta'aptut the city and ahallbe 1 AKIcies Perfumeries,. ,--,-fat4
with mud throats.. They are. round and o tUfled- prodded. { ; capital stock shall be subscribed and ;A
?, Mile affairs, some of them embroidered members,oft city; cooncQ,' who shall 'payable monthly' .except, aa herein paid for ta cash'before said corporation Dealer ta Dry Goods,.jaolh- tioaerr.; eta. Press t dooa ,. ,

,ta'ttDad work but most bare a touch be'elected to office on the fourth Monday providedSec. than transact any business and I I .. 0eats'-:JWo-f'-'p., canfIID7'CIIIIQOIIJI4e4. +

:t of" ,podede. anflalae.about them somewhere. in October, A. D;'1)05 live members ( .. AH or.1Jianeea and parts the balance ,shall be payable ta eaaa Ill-Areaae n: lOami. Ha. ute "au'D, :, 'Ifln r 1fl4.. "

Very smart -Is;the toque W Dlmtrated. shall hold office for tb.'term'otoff of,;ordlnanee. in onftct'with the upon can of the board of director*. I 1'1':, '
four year 11I.4",foar?' member provision of this-ordinance, be and 4. The shall ARMSTRONG GROCERY co. : :
Article eorporatloa
y It.tftCrolred from chenille tn mingled THE;RED. .CROSSIPHARUAQT. ; ;$
r hades of rose and soft greens.' Tb of the city council than hold office forth tae same to hereby rep ae.t.. continue sad hare fun. power to exercise Dealers sCedtetaea, |
K.Drugs.
trim to hick at the side aqd back at 1 term-of two year" and''Pr n.ed bossed October II, 1J05.F. ., Ita corporate franchises, privileges fan Use of tuple and but groceries. ToUet, Artidee, Preecdptjae9'fresh ; .
watch pola are placed a P'OUP.t Ilgbl further that of the board of commlasionen !9r .' H. 'Wharton.. and.Immnn1Uei for the term of "d 'poultry: eta. .;
meats
vegetables.
,
eoaiposaded.. '
and of velvet rib carefully 'KaflT
rowtte
xreea" tip of public woeki wbo"shall be ,,_ cting President of City Coa 1cQ. ninety-nine (99) years-from and ..1- '
JUDIO.OLLET..' den prcmpUy'attndad, to.t: J
Inca: << .
office the'4thMonday, Attest: B. 8 Flanagan,
elected.to on- ter the of Ita corporate -
.' ,. commencement New Proof Bid 11th at. Avenue D I2th at:. Oor. Are. a Miami a"lt
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.Wbea'demamfng'the onba label> ont to.October:; A.;P.:1905/two of inch || Acting pity Clerk.f existence. I' '

any purchase be rare you get tile gen- commlcsloneri", shall -.hold1 office; for Approved October 19, A.' D. 1906.Y Article 5. The business of the cot

vine article. Many bogus labels are In the term of four year an J"one- commissioner ,. John Sewell.Mayor.. poration shall be conducted by a boardof

tile market: particularly In the clothing shall holdoffice, for.the term s'' not less than three (3) directors, a Contractors$ AND Property Ownei\
line. Beware of Imltatloni
of two year The term of office of all president vlce preeldent, secretary, :
The sscce by
and
officer mayprahailexplrej treasurer general manager
measured by the comfort of its workers ] If don't want to SAVE MONEYS '
not by the afflnence of tta done:.' ; with the term of office of -the. Whom It' May Concern: such other officer, agent and employe you

TIle shorter.workday II toe moet Important mayor i making such' :; appointment' } l!;fotlce hereby given that the 'undersigned a* may from time to time be ]i. we can't help I you. If you do' come'o .

qut''tlot'llt'lore the labor more- Sec. 3. All city: officer above named Intend to apply to his Excellency. elected or appointed by ,the board of

) meat and. win continue to be such b0- ,! shall hare 'all ''the powers :'1I'Ii. Napoleon P. Broward.>Governor directors. Any two of said omces ex- The J 8. McDonald Co ;

"use It In' tte simplest and most direct privileges and perform all the dntUes of the State'of Florida, for letters cept the office of president In the discretion ,: .

way of, adjusting. the problem of required of'and imposed upon patent on the' proposed charter of the board of'directors maybe '

distribution.Tbe trade,, union movement; does? not them. by the' ordinances of the hereto attached. filled by one and tie same person' And Buy Your Building Mete'Iai'Long

need spologiiits.- TIle time will come city now In force;and the city charter |;Tnls 2d day of Oc ber.'A. D,1906.T'Brundags The number of the director of the .

when It will not need defenders.t7'. enacted 'by ',tie 'Legislature ,of Florida jl!i '!. corporation shall be fixed from ,time ,Leaf Yellow Pin'and, :CupreS .

Acts of"'1905. p J. It Baaley. to time by the bylaws, but the number ''
: 'named In I 'ft If fixed- at 'than' three shall I of all I kinds i '
.. ORDINANCE. See. 4. Thee.city officer* t B. L. PatteraOA.i more i f _
CITY : ; lectton: one' of.;;thla" ordinance. shall i CHART R.: be some multiple of three. '

Aa Ordlanee amend Section 2 of receive u compensation' foV tier lw.. the undersigned do aereby'a The names of the officers and directors Ve also' sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement, Sash Doonj

't' .r4lu.ace'Oc the City of Miami services for each year'the soma-fol- ioclate ourselves together for the par who are'to conduct the business Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires %:

entitled: An Ordinance to Provide ,.owing :to-wit: pose of organizing a body corporate of the' corporation untfl those at lowest possible figure. if--

'tor--'the Issue' of $8.&00.00" 'of>Ker. i The mayor. .shall ,receive,.a _salaryof under the laws" of the State" of Flor elected at the 'first election hall be v l Pile
'on Where 'Ate. Street.Mimi
Know 14th
; 'cane, Bonds.SecUon II $100.00 per year, or,fractional part thaw: .? irThe qualified are: James T. ,Brundage. We ,'
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"' ; following la"the proposed charier president: J. M. Hanley. rice-preal- : .
thereof. '
lie ; "
1. Be It ordained by : '
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I council for tie Intended corporation: dent and general manager; 8. I* Patterson SEE'M'
/The' member of the CIty; .t
'. .L, City:Coracn of the city of Miami ; !
'$. that Section';2 of an ordinance of the shill receive the sum. of $2 00 for eachregn'ar |Article 1. ;The name of the corpor- secretary ;and treasurer and

,city of Miami, ; fcotlUej'an ordinance or'special meeting when they itlon shah be Miami ,Transfer Company James T. Brundage J. 1C. Hanley'and

?'* to"provide for,the Issue of:18,&00.00 personally attend-: .' _r\ ;'.. and ita principal place of'-business 8.. L.' Pattet'lOli'ahaD constitute the Er.f1urnhaecja'.

& CJl'KeVeane,Boa .,'be'and the same The commissioner of public>> 'work In Dade;.county Florida' with 'board of directors
shall nom each principal office at Miami Dade county :. The orgaalatloa. and rat annual
of IOO :
,*, amended a u'to.read aa receive the | perie.r.payable .
to hereby '
j Lofews '.. .... quarterly and;in:caw Florida.. i meeting of the stockholders shaH beheld i m.
., !. P! Article' 2. The general nature of on the ltd day of November A. : .li '
.''!iat-BenDlie.BoII.4 .u of the issue of City,Bonds, the commlsclpnera I spt <1f 1\\
2
Section D ta the city of Miami Dade .
1905.
,of public.trorks'.haf .receive business to .be transacted 1* to eatanUsh. ,
ee...M;pr Mdea ta,section jfchanW one-fonrth'of:of'one;per cent.'of acquire, own equip>operate,:
hued 1m a aerieay nnmbered' from net'procns'fornegot1ating, and and maintain a'general transfer thereafter ahan be held oa the second [ you are a aufferF. wChronic i ; or Blood:JTiFemale '1

1 to.f011ndaslvemouating' In:the the cUsbllraln the same.. ', l, -rery.or' other transportation boataess. Monday ta January of each and everyyear. Diseases. and Derangements most"successfully treateds,' |
_
x ig gate.to.i5Il: KXU)0.) i'thoUe'rat 1-'aha.J1', receive tie I a Also:.Rectal and Genito' Urinary Diseases %-.!
: Fond of.the'city of Mlami, n -The"city, The officer aad board of directorsof "
| TO buy; aen, Ieue'GI' otherwlM to an bctrlc&l .
loin of '65 per.month and.In addition latest a.1IIVft4 S&L ? r
.aenocfiinatlons ,,150'.00., due, six '" .. be allowed the deal or tai traffic ta'auTomobllee and the corporation han be elected at *....tM w-tadry.aie alWQ8 aca .,
laoaths'aftir date, Parabl.at the of- thereto, he han the first annual meeting' of the stock ':
motor reilcle :of aH kinds whether
'fte-C<:the city tftu1lJ'er. and bear- same:' fee before u are" allowed sheriffs court in bropened by team. gasolene, electricity holder'end .at each annual meetingof Up-Stairs? :|J : : ,: Metropolis s. BuildijST.JB]
the_municipal
all case ''
'rate' '
tat interest the of .ix (8) "
at ; rio'atloa 'dty ordinances or other power.' the tockholder*, thereafter; but ., __ '-
test annum 'and the amount for the of: : from election ahall not : **** *BSlS B **i
yet; per In: Ihan:inch ;i I To boy, aeU leaae or otherwise to it any cause an I: .. .
that no case
tf4 'reaBaed from the sa-'e of ouch issue of provided deal to' traffic' In :antomobOe and be held on tb.dnyofsueh: annual SouEheriiMarbIe &Stone'

"........BoDcJa. khall be carried,and feN be chargeable'acainat clerk shall receive the the c1tJ'.t'The sum; other or motor TIMe supplies, fixtures meetings;. the corporation shall not ;: :: Co; .
city -
-created, to 'the General Fund; -when oa tilt account be dlasotred! ,'bat aa u
month for attendance anal and furnishings of every,aatnre sal S 4f8.HOQAN STREET.JACK5ONy1LLE'r" .
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woe been i levied andsaessad of $40 per l,
the shan hare etoetioa shan be called by the:directors ; C'Hea4Quarunfor tiBuilding
for the year-A.' DL'ttOs' on the,council_meetlnga and keeping.ii kind soever.,:;, ,,;. 'as IGOR'as practicable 'thereafter: \
Assessment Boil record of their proceedings:and tor To establlah; acquire,, own equip, i 'S'tonM'arble
notice of the meeting for that
nf. due etc. :
,
J ". other service like fees aa are allowed operate epadnet and maintain .aack .
A.. m like IDSMr,Knoue Bonds' purpose being glrea according to lbwp '' "
'. clerk" of circuit court*. prortded.that. garage sad general motor.rsbldi repair '
., ttt..atfag to f2.000.oe hall be lulled' I tn 'cases "of criminal prn.ecnUon'br' and 'supply depots or, eatabHaa- 1 ArtIcle ....The highest. amount of' MOSAjC! AND: TILE WORI,
the Indebtedness whleh the corporattoa .
asalait tWfoad for lighting dry, : J
fore the municipal court, in aft ereni merits at anch point or potato wlthia FOR, FLOORS.,BATH ROOMS.. MANrSLS. BTC.I .
:? la teylea'wimVereJ from 1.to 40:Inc1.lrbeartng may at any time subject Itself : t'
shall each fen b'-ebUEeabl.'aInt0the the State of Florida aa the corporation .
aaa' date, and dated1.terest may desire. not' be more than one-calf to'j .M.G.Mttllikitt. caber,, Werfc, etc.' 1.

sad of irk.'deacminitiunsaa1 ofty.- _. 1 ,. amount of Us them tally paid < ,
The7eKyrtre mnr'.ahaIlrecetri To eaiabllsa. acquire; owL equip '' Lazi t Wedla UIW hciUtIaa. Lea'twaw.. Tre.'i MnYe)
JQa1le"at.'lime time and.'ptae.daid .. ital stock. I -

the proeeeda thereof ahafl he ear- the sunTof:$100.00...'per year;aad t In' operate, conduct and Mtfat* a lined Article 7. The names and resldenc '
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the addicted thereto. fa eaae"of.the laane aatozDobUeII- other motor Tehlo- of the,1acoI pcftton-of the
and credited to' Lighting company
del :
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tt lhnd. "" of ity:Bonds,: the'' lima'of oaealt atone lea between aay two' or more points and the amount of capital stock subscribed DeBerityj; t
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? 'pee 'ceat. '01 the aet'proeeeda Ja1I I te rake manner Berenne BondsanilmUst : ; for by each are as follows: f j jj J MAKltpACTURERS OF
to'51,601.10 shan bet Issued such bonda far-a-4tbIC: "paytai To acquire-by purchaae'gift, leap, James;T Braadage. Niagara,fans. $-5 :;

:_-j-tke fund for:repairs and tar. out the Bam* _, || exchaact'or 'otherwise 'aad''to" ,a n N T: It shares: J. K. Eanley. lOamtHa

:ienal.lmproremeata, ta a aeries lima. ,The mnnldpal-jrdge''ahaO:reoetrif lease'or otherwise dispose of. real. sad ,:--,8..;I. Patterson Mi ROUGH AND DRESSED"

beset''InD"' to M bdutTe'bartig. the um of$300.00 peI''eU payable ta personal PI oPertT, or:'either, or];aay ami. Fla' ;M shares; j jla I .

roe#W i aid rats of Interest and 'of, monthly laatallinenla 'i. 2S e.ch'sad Interest or estate thereto,without being wltaees ,whereof.we Lnunto here

t9r"t1..eed.aEe.eandpayable' tt, ia'addtdon thereto:-a conrlctton tilt 'coaflaed. to.ncl .f or.'penoBal:' set ear bands and seals this M PIN]LUMBEQ: :

"' eiaspO .the-sad plaeer.inda.pro.; ot one;;dollar for"each"use artui property aa may -be necessary far or day of October. A. Do 1101. } t ;
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k ..epos f abeeest'aWl; ''' earrled '.aad before tie"=Braldpal coort'prorW Incidental to the proper;carrying oa J. T. Braadage. and I .feWrite.for.price Now ready to fill orders -

greeted: to the .Bepatn .and Internal, I that ta' no'event shall such" fees b> of the bualneea of,the eorporatloa.- ,or i\,x,BuItr seal MILL'AT OOtMAK.! P 0. PtRHINE ,PACE, COUNTY ,FLrI
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'I .... Itoa. chargeable agatast the dty. _, |f.The -.7'part'Benof. &\L. Patterson seal -

Paced October. li.. A. 'D-1I05.; !city tax assessor and city: tax The bastaea or purpoae'of the for Stato ot riorlda; ,'-:. ,' .f -

'r.'a' aaka4i deet r "shan frecerfSJtla 'am't?$ p ratioa.IIfro a' time totime, bode Coaaty, of,Dade,, .: |> Meyers & RobIEContrac

PreaUeat of City CoraeQ.3ty :, $100 for,assessing tie city taxes aad any:one or more of the acts or things Oa'thls day personally appeared before :
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his'3.-15eihm, preparing the eisesmeat roll for eaca herein-est forth;'and It may conduct me. J. 1C Hanley and 8. I*''Pat-
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-... '< perk.lpprerdt'OOtobet ''-' reu.:and tor collecting the'dty:taxes its baataeaa a aay,part of the State torsoa.. to me' wen kaowa'aa two': ff tang Electrjciati,:.

Is.. A. 'TXWa 'iSOLrx for! each year; the sam of two percent of ftlrSda.' sad may hare oae'oface' (the persons nescrlbed ta"aad who .r .

r.;. oa the', flrst' u.ooo.DO collected or' more than.one effloet;wtthta amid subscribed thd(..... to,cad'execat- ,1019Ave.DaswSA'- : 'Floridar ',.J

..:, t""r. .w -";' ,. .,,,... ', "....-,, '40 .. Be3td..t... -.... ., ,l aa.t,CM. per.oeat.:V pa .the"remalndef"= State... ,ed. .the t eolac,!,: arUdsa" .of laoarpor-, J" r Miami ";, j
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HOMEIn A 'COUNTY COMMISSIONER WHITES j a.

The Acme Billiard ,
(professions Parlors

Oil O THE COUNTY PHISONEH MATTER I

: In the.Land of 4T, 1309 AVENUE DONE i

Flowers and!Sunshine ,
P..ttenIcIn., I
: teATTORNEYS
\ < W sang. BILLIARD AfrWFIVE
POOL TABLES
*}] Invest in property that insures a AT LAW. Commissioner Wlnfiield in a Letter to the Metropolis Explains the NOTHING' BUT SOFT JRINKS. SERVED. -


"iS ab Sfi; ? profitable profitable, low orange price investment grove Acre at We property remarkably hue- ItIeIA1I8a1111Me1w imfl Rmpmoa..tsan.earIs.PISS TBUc -.raaa ia tNrD
&: aaifeblejor growing vegetable and .11...,PIa. 111 ,. County Prisoners Matter. I' .z
I If citrus fruits from $12.50 to'$300 r

||Jk per acre... Business lob,IromJSlSOO$1000 tot P. T. RA G8. M. D, III I i I '. yyJ

f"[ ;>$18,000 to$20.WO., all on Residence GOOD TERMS.Rentals.Fire Omaetina.. ....eznar....,. Little River Fla. Kmf 10. to use strict economy to complete the I ,
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1 contuAv M.ua.J4tIa 0 awn Editor Metivpolla'In I work. It ppeared to.the board that Corner Avenue B ail lift,StreetG.A.MJJLLCR&SON '
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} : 1It.&vr. FLORIDA.QB. 'your (dltorlal of the 9th lulL, a considerable amount of money could THE '

[It l J. L JACKSOK, JL, Beaded '''W.. a Funny Transaction" I be saved td the county' by appointing ,, ,., 'Prwriettn.,: '
you state )iat the present Board of a road sup
&fIisnrance and Collections> 'OmQ: County CommUaloneri was electedon and report directly 'to the board u I

,. >, ionu. BIICA THE BLOCK"fL'D a platform "opposing the letting of provided by lam On the completion
i' MIAMI. FLORIDA. county conricU to the entire care of a of the road a statement will be given scAiuosj

s % :iReaident agent for the Georgia I road superintendent:, as had been.done the public 'and the result will show '. a

1: ""Home ,Iuauruce.Co. GK W.. MWIIdT.TEMS.s their pi"tddecessors.! There was no whether we were right or wrong.I .

&'" dleston plank (h the platform. Yon'urge spoke to Mr. Frohock several times fonmt Opef j d.. '
Bed.; Wilson beyearEt2.5Opalspath ;
'". Attorney At -i Lawn 'explana bn. Here are. the unvar!in regard to the proposed change, and .* ,IpedaI.-.Mk to Co. ni -} : Suite, V4'' 6 and 8' fact!; he agreed that it was the beet thing rum t'u Lug.BAMrLgROOMIPKht1b : '
N Office wer tadftta Bbttyae v I The form board of county commls- to do. The change, however, was* 1668. IQeL fIriI.
;t. ". ionen.dld'Oot have a road superintendent made without very seriously considering .. ..... ... ... &

"Ttiirelfth: .. Street, "Miami, Florida' Geo. M.. Robbinsl. buij.when this board took of- Mr. Frohock or Mr. Goode. It made -,.

'lice the conticti, were found leased to very little difference to the board Froft'A'Hole In 1'-.taIIt.
TltusvlH Fla. "
1'\ ', I a contractor i As" there were verysew whether MR Frohock took his profits to your skylight: 'to osrtalaly'atransIUon. !
r.dd..1' "- r Attorney .and CounselorAt convict ,'and the from Mr. 1
no money at Goode or Mr;Goode took nil : That's' how tt M vttk
LawWOI disposal of tie board for road building from Hr. Frohock the chief'problem ': z p ,fining thongk. ,TU 'lead aced tta ,
.... at that time!It appeared to the board being now to build a road
: poetic! aU Carts, But TtttnlQrVW. $25,000 on a ,from th e mint And M aa4 A ttaa
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w that It mlg6l i be well to grant Sneriff 130,000 deficit..: ,. '

: .:, RUSH.' Frohock'a request-made to individual The' Issue between the board and Repair Yur akyllflM'
members lat he be alowed to retain the sheriff was merely a point of law ; From Un getters'to Oa tottan sad
;M Offios fi-lfth street Than 84. control of eonvlcU in camp. After u to whether the board or the sheriff f.f.D1IDIben an a>ito ov boa: Tta rapairing > .r

.L'Is a..,sddasaa108. "; ftJa 8'- matters had" !j'gone along In. thus i way controlled the convicts on. the road v. T t :\ that stays and teat'aifsa,.. {t

MIAMI.FLA. for a few months the F. E. C. Railway That belngsettled in favor of the board 'slue, Is HOW 101 WO TKAOL ,
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: Company majdela, :proposition to}join the board is merely exercising Its discretion 'ir' If I i Tat US NEXT 'lIDC.C..

JHF.JMullettM.O.Office: :;: the county tn]building'the twenty-flve' In making an arrangementwith 1 :. PIONEER CORNICE'COMPANY l t{
i! '. miles of rout to connect Miami and Mr. Goode to feed the convicts at

'it i" ,'..- and Residence 815Are.'G8pp'Scboothonse Palm Beach/jj: The offer was accepted a lower price than that paid the sheriff .

';: ., Noted Cattle: f I ; and on account of,the financial condition under the'old arrangement.T. I
,of thet t1It'wu .
necessary A. Wlnft ld.
.'?*shy_supply the meat that we_supply .. ..MIAMI FLORIDA: I'
?to oar customers: The range steers ; S BCUIITIi

'"that are allowed*tb-shift tor them..rselvei .Dr, J N Taylor\ Increasing Prosperity of Various ; w r.

''yards,'and until then they get reach corn the for a stock few Office tt "' ,y, i 1j1 1j1y : Industries'.in State of California i l r

:days.are not what wewant;; ,nor DADE PHARMACY '. -. '
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yrhat our customers want.tv ., Rm4c 909 Avenue D Miami Sacramento I. '* Cal., Nov. 11The October -i eel,. more than $5,750,000 for this
: ,1iL I le tlkrl ill t't
> Prime Meats Bulletin. of the California Pro- output exclusive of canned or dried
W. C.
f -ti T Maynard
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It..hiwe' offer. Their tender motion Committee JOlt published, fruits. About 250 cars were also

haess, juidneas and be'flavorare GRADUATE OPTICIAN treats of th?'if.*')oeaf'' output'In three of sniped by express in small lots. Cal 1
appreciated. :With Maynard.* Son. Jewelers ifornia will this year contribute between A
.hijral : California's. inc1pabndustrIeTheir
r "r ), .. ,),.-4 7d and 75 per cent of all the ,
AD ]sal toot OAc
record eho-.ti a steady, "'''Increase over !grapes In the United States. Wm. <
A. B.' Doane. .Propi ,
CurrY Sons
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previous yeery.Bhlpmenti : The cost value of this vintage will :
MCDONALD
GEO. i. ,
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pf fresh deciduous fruit
I be about, $7,500,000. calculating the '
', I' r,CMEB.IUU In a fresh sate' carload lots, 'approximate '1&* legltlamtely produced froir I Key West. Florida .'

tir..rrsiu41sbdl.I4LgI.sadaa.p. city 8,000 'tin;' of which over 6,400, grapes at a paying price to the growers FOR P
,COOOAHTJT GBOYX.: FLA. cars have'gone forward to date. This cooperage not Included. The HBADOUArTERS

The Leaders leaves about 600 cars of aples, rapes .'selling value will be about ten million Ship Chandlery .Building
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pears shipped This totalIs dollars, Including cooperage. More
-_..... W'.I. the largei* ; ever recorded,IIId '.a than\:0.000,000 gallons of wine and Materials Of All Kinds. 1
cln Tans,SpaeinoattoM sad Details Mad ceeds last year's shipments I
by over brandjrwill.be shipped from California
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1315 ATXVOX D. ,I"j j .
(" AU kinds ot repairing Boiler and;, Steam Fitting call oe doe: aith*.
Q ent j W ALTK9 C..:DWtAKMO: '! Grand Opening '''Alinoluncemeut'Made i shortest notice in the best possible; manner by expert skilled M>fc ....". ,


-.A.ro :te 't. '' L Burdine& Dade ,Co. Title Insurance:
..Quarterman's Millinery 1 .
j j1f. Roth'BuildlnjThe 'r"-4t11ami.Fla :!ffl' 4-i.t- --". /" )V "
'iPinc'; :' UF 1 trust1/bomp i : riy

: Chapman House Great' la- thp'..f'eagerness" wi* which. orations. and.hats the feminhie min' OF MIAMI'P'LOR1D1 INCORPORATED. '
the opening of the new millinery establishment Is. alive with anticipation. < !
.... P.W. CHAPMAN... Prop.b tkMk of,Burdine Qoarterman.la'awalttd. j I This firm only,began business two ,75,000.1. _r
p. Ores T. Special Paid
f Up Capital
Banis ar........U.co.Iera>.... LO apt. :' yean ago, but has risen to the highest Surplus,'12.OOO
estam KM&n O.rtp'0au1.assn1 Biaci..f -.tHfnttt ... j ,tY 1 ranks,'and this added department "
.al o.rlWoriey 1.U....wtattr nrteu" ..u.n ttordr ,The, opening-display. will occur.,next, !, come'as aarpi1ae'to Insures" land -
no the titles
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anal. -. ...> iq'. m Ocaa eataY", <'itT F.TawdryafteroonJ public.The. preparea:>b tracta of titles,loaaa aadj ,.
.' .'. ')D.Iray.Florlds'A.We7Grahiam November'44th..I I .Biscayne orchestra has 'been 'suresti' money on ita own account and for othera. Acts. .
from B to 11'clock'the': store to'.be I engaged'to*play_ for the oeeasionjuid I agent:,. attornej-in-fact, trustee assignee executor, ra-:

t.'J.' : closed toe thatf day so'OIIe has "." ...
yet'had a peep at the decMiMtwiservatory floes::. .r.-
Contrnctorf.andBuilder{ Trileas. _
S.. Patterson Sec. and '
t.T' : Miami._ diced:.
.t Satisfaction, W1./ NEW DONATION'TD / M : '.' ,
; Gnanutteed.M I ,
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ifat..yai .... -11 TRINITY, COLLEGE
rwoe a.4 ,0.-- / '
:uluUw....i 0.1aa.*'.14...poAal MiaaUTU.t tmt I. I { POlZ,F1itST '
ymu II 1 ,New York NoY..1o.-: "Within a"few -,Horse-Shpeiiicr:
[ ; Music : .CUSS'.a ; .
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':. : Merrill &VKolbRealEstate : h ... '" Notes days the Ancient Order of Hibernian S I
,, >>f will confer j AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE '
: upon Trinity College, the
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;& Cox i.,. 'Z .IititettSfNlalntd- :: ,i' Rcrrtalsi: :tF;..etc t1i- .. grasps Small"a-7' ?her a"llttie lesion"Naomi in elocution SnSth aT with a be Roman'.' D. Catholic C.., -the sum University' of.-ten. at thousand'" Washing ',' .jSyjLaEoiifjIsey.' :708..(,7th St: I

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Ave, C,:near 12th.St. MiamL'Fla.Expert asmach, :thoughtfnines* as the older, 'ollar. '
"" : [ to establish 'a chair for the
Tdrpbasel2ltoMrtt pupils !t|: ; :

.. t- Natlonillatoss's ;TgpewiriterRepairing 'Statistics alJ'that. playing Weber's.. I' higher' education. of 'women members' ; I
of the'order. This will'
"Moto: Perpetao" a pianist is oblige i be theand sec OIfrON ;f&IEINI
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to read 4.541 :iotes'In less than foulminutes donation m.ile'ii/1 the Hibernians

Awning \ 'or about nlaeteen a second. jtofthe: Catholic Institution
in Wash
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,, ,. tW;:C ,PRESTON. ," J The pianist cultivate 'the ere,' t .., .
m'astj ington. The J 'i
l Drat was made .
3019th St. P. (). Box 311 I' i about. .
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,38 SrorsAre. so, as tto Met 1,600, signs In one mfr It
I twelve years ago,! when tii. sMdeOrder s l t .
ate?!the ngers?'to4make-2,000\, nova I ImeDta *" S e' 0'
PortRichJ :Emil,,A...,Ehmann;, ,':a&ct ths'i brain!U> uderat&n.tl of Htberncrestabiiabedchair : a
mond.A.'VtYWells. all'these movements. r| for the preparation of the Irish Regal Engines, IS horsepower $459, r ti

\ .Richmond BorouJ Architect- .-I I't I :; 'ktsif Mtt'pretlYPhtte" 'Is t the.earliest !language" and ..1I'...,"tt1.. ...... at 0,,a> coat. '" of. Completes} horsepower 1 ..
Fhnida tJi.t: 50000.' The : : : "S 15e; '
.xy. uy West. .PilctBeub. stu I Dt'atj Conservatorr, getting donatlon"about to be
at' her'piano shortly after teach 1
11161166 made
r I>- will be the first ever made for ,
". awmlntfl"v I the" ., I . I.t
2* FRED i1DTTER.tialeral .l : ; ,, 1 special benefit of,women. "". ., ,, .,
8U Street C .: Miss aaraiLane.ia.a faltnfol Picostudent : -/> -
aat : f_ < EXPENDITURE' '' I I J .' .-fi!, .: ._
sae FOR -
is'miln .. -
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Miami,rialIEYj IllutlnL' I The *mvsical4dndergaten.| students '; :,iTHI'CANAL.. '.C : *" t ... t
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,. W"IB DrWed, 81cIewanc; <,;.. .. ', omplete.bicycles atlow'prices'tiresUualaa ; i
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y are rapidly :developing. a wonderful _. r
.. and MoadXofMtrwetton, leap of$tcb;ipm children whomonth ODe 1 j]I Washington Nov. 10_ Tho ItI :
'ago,,coul4' not tell the',octave: ,1,1j I I Canal Commission has issued an-offlc-1.cheap). Batteries; Coils;; SparkPlugs .. -.

N IOANor A,DlasatrSUS' Calamtty tam'sow nam}all\,ths IntervaJs ,atjths ,Ial statement of receipts. andpendltsres 0- .

j :seals npon 1;hearing,them.-strnelc. .... under the"capproJlriatlol1.of Switches, ,Dynamos. Veryabestonthetias4cet! .
,
/WtrowcsLa ,
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It U +tiJ wtthcWlooUnt.'irAe pI.so. 110,000,000 for canal conltnlctJoD. To'this' .
J'OI' low: ,joarkn alih, be eanM :*' 0 -4!> 1.- *- \* i _. I + 'appropriation is added 192.859. I \ .

Long Time ptUaaa. eonstlpcUoa'hay* moped" Ws/ars orrrSthatiMlss-lOJmstad.. coming over from former,appropriations. .. .,
has teen absent the piano class-
.4 it away.' Prompt rUe; caa W>> &s4 in from, ." ,The'etatement'ie' "
j- late M lllneW lithe fam-- a nmmarr PA
of :
lt Easy Payments Dr.. ,EnNr> : ,Lift PWa, Taei -owing J build vp Jour digestive orfana.; and L D!' f June SO,'105.::It shows i balance on .

hwF I cart J aeaJach.,..meat,. colic,,,,:ooa- ,- -, -',".'I", -" ..- ',...' .. [that dale' $6,083,415; making the'fotal.expedltnrertothat Lofton. .& 'E":
stlpatlaa He. Gunated. at, aQ. "CaI1tDc. ], 1'baa prtn.tes; ,, : ::'datarfi.OO-:, : 'In1 Sf.ff
ity C < ;" iit''t he SNro omee.=1. ,r.-: ... ,,, JTS.:- '.. .. -_ *.,
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.j -'_ Millinery Opening jm& i Fall, Opening of Drjess Goods. Department.
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: Tuesday, November 14'1905.' Tuesday, Nov. 1.4. 1905 ;L '
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The Ladies of Miami and.Dade, County. The Ladies,of Mare ami and Dade County ,.
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F I! ,:, :styles. It rriammath IS'tO your interest, .10 yards,worth,, from 15'to:'20c.We will sell them at lOc yard..
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*inthfe Wori'd offer,a splendid goe4 weight white wool blanket at 3.50 per pair.
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Settler" Writes on New. York z Cotton Market New York Fashion NotesXew


,...,. Shows Better Condition .

News' From Gay Gotham 1New'i -- 'i !i I, ",. "

I York, Norpl rt In their weekly I the number of bolls on the stalk with York Jb,.. 11- If yon are cokptete. And. suggestive of' 'thto

review of the.:;cotton" situation Miller -I: that of the season of 1899, ha also coking for a costume that' ,,01'GO I momentous! 'question there' .is .sour.

was all up with me the moment I A Co, sayilThe:i agitation and had considerable effect. It to more duty: for a number of occasions, order thing of a cavalier'tendency''difficult

1w' looked at her," said Cluck. 'The moment disturbance caused by the sudden than a coincidence that ever since a two-piece princess diem of as good to define about the headgear. pier

I seen ber I knew there wa no ;: that estimate was given out spinners, quality of relrei as you can afford, e. in fashion This possibly
( .Y rkers Resent' Waving one else In ,the world for me. And transition In Russia,, rOm'an" absolute hare been free 'buyer 'In Liverpooland but by an meaiis be satisfied with be traced to the' sparblclT'may trimmed

'' at first I could hardly believe It when monarchy to a ,constitutional gorern- that Southern' spot market hare something else unless a tolerably fine an | more.risible crowns together with

.f t of Red Fag! ; I asked ber to marry me, and'she staid ment have not jet subsided' ,;but it to been active and steadily advancing. grade, to procura! ile.' Hare the skin th i tendency of trimlng.and if it were

.. ,.".. yes.. She was the brightest'kid ou believed to be merely' a .matter of a .Usually during November. .prices made circular and faced. about six not for the poise of the bandeao. ceI s
:; .- Jackson street and could, read and short time uUI the' great.empjrS will suffer! a.erlooadecUneFtn jlj g the :Inches at the bottom with cloth to I trembles to think what would be''tie ,

"if z.: 1't4. write and apeD long word .that alnt settle down to the new order of thing pressure of cotton arrivals for sale give It weight and Insure It'from-sagging pnaux;. u.ugly bedraggled effect. beIng -- a

talked In Chinatown nor Cherry tyil. and a new era qt"pperhi'n take So'far, the market ha'not! k only held at the eider! ThIs frock win be almost inevitable. '

:DUCK i CONNORS She never,could get wise to Bowery the place of the'pWlod' of distrust and Its own, but has eve :adTan :ed" allwith the conventtonalprlnceu] style ,up to 1' r" .

'i talk She learned 'me,to read and: apprehension. caned by the war"'and every .advance farmer are becoming the bush the fulness at the waist being Thet blouse coats also ,are eminently

I LOSES HISWIFE.\\ I WrIte: I She was as much cone on me I the Internal troubles of Russia, The more Independent and teudl.poHd' held la with sucks or shirring, but chic and eminently' ':'elegant, i:butqat t'Tbey'

;;fit'e as I was on her'poor' little"gal, and: granting of the\ atltuUon has- bad to sell, except. at steadily at the bnztUne, which by .the, way, .*" different" In style" and toi effect.

3 no sooner'when we'waa married;;the a wonderful effect; upon cotton' prices. advancing 'prices. A bullish sentiment I li cut heart ahaped, the bodice. meetsan are uniformly extended' "'beto'rthewaist .

-,1. I II" began to glre me an education. "During When'the announcement,was finally 'to.t steadily growing and! shows elaborate yoke.of lace.and chiffon' .; 'line. .and'nalshed .with_

Stwj< of Devotion :and PathosWbik ,the night Cluck'watched beside male, the deptesslon began quickly signs of spreading beyond the' confine Over this, to .a tiny bolero extending [smoothly' fitted girdles at that put t,

'w' :, ,. the.' coffin, and to each croup that ,to' give way to a gradual Improre- et the cotton tr d.. It to like- .I only a few inches beyond the yoke: but rery extensively! as to the.cut of- t !

Shows TUfl.o.ve.aD1.Devcll came. la,Cluck, said: ""Boy:there''ment'and snbstAMW gains bare been ,ly to draw la outside buyer In great This UtUe.coat Hors only be ,won in the, frout'and the .trimming, :
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.tea jCa be as lislring In as(I Nenie'smlUn bacK at 'us. Take'7OQI' made since thenl;|li The publication of numbers*, AH that to required Ia'a very mOd weather. or under > ::'car I h-' S.-" z
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last look at her. She's' cone/, and ctahe' the' crop esUmaU's'of A..' J.' Boston,'Strong ,leader to:.'start ,a* movement !2Me'wrap. :Consequently, tEe jacket- Fancy sleeves.make'a. ,feature ass! '

., in .tie' 'Halls of the.Rich. .. anHHii' back at u.. of Urerpool, .who put the '11e14 at I which will carry. prices very much intended for'.tniet donning With'the one o oC the'blouse coat referred,to to ,

-"-., -"-- ,ee.e ," 10,250,000 at a Wft'wnFi and compares lillher.-r. velvet cult is.a jonble-breasted affair made with -those; 'jot threr-quart t;; # : *P
% XBrien: the best of shouldered and'reaches leDcua 'which f&l1'- .
Dan to leaper square just under;aleeres ofehlffonJ .
.: .. the world since* be turned: a'; triple % below the hip ulna It'to trimmed : Another''Includes: thou that

f., New;ycst.NoY. 11 --The non din .omeroault u'the.: Hlppedrome He I Crop ;} unimary b/ The $(ael with..braid Or dull gold galloon. The are' full. 'Duffs .above the long, deep "

.(PeMa.'incident of the laf..tscnoalit did,i It squarely and. fairly, too, going to't& r. princess dress with its elabarsti"lacegape cuff*, these lat;"constating of row'wp-,

thto'city' brought oat a: demonstrattasTof : an the way around on bla-third tuna -- --iE'-T..'- TO BUILD ,MONUMENTFOR to the .j thing for dressy cia I row of narro.blaez.WY.;; cmtfe 9

patriotism and loyalty to the and,landed 'on'his feet ,His!fellow Condltlona That<,''Prevailed' 'In Florida ROOSEVELT Indoor and restaurant dinner wearaad ton lace and tiny edge of far. Haypily. -..
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lastrttsl'atlrred! ,tbe'hole cily.' .*; .It leapera:.were,amaied,::the manager During.thi."Past Week the coat turns.it<| at once into'a'eon- .' however; there:are many ,coats,

'stove beyond question that. the' red waa amaxed* and Danny was utoalsh- g' 10. renUolal afternoon calling costume..If 1[that are simplerto style aad conic',

...cJIoC: be'Doate4 on American ed. He might well bare been for thetrtpie 'The- week' wasp?.t I dry' ,'*light show Topeka Kas, Nor. 11 -GorefnorHocb one wears'ber. gowns for several- sear- ,.qty{ of less coat and'among others

..-'U4 especially;act',m&o proximity aomenault bas haled more flrtt- ers':,only .luvfntoccurred'; portion.of has received a letter from James tons a black relret two-piece princes ,[most-be,noted those 'of .careen- !., in:
Weir Graydon.
4'Glory." It.mattered not that clue: r ba than:any lather. tricks the, southeast counties.. ;,Aa cia of Londw-who fought < model will ,be' toe\ most economical: box style which;are' trimmed 'osly il

tbe-flags. were'put lip 'la nominal'op- known:to:man.' .O'Brien' to he'OGlJ' consequence 'farm],work over the 'cotton the contains TJnlou .side In the,Civil War, ,purchase,' but when a few' IIIOIItha'l with a rich and handaotpe black: braid '' ri

pouRloa to' tbem.tlie people of, New man that bas done It and landed upright counties watL-pnthed, with energy which the suggestion to'bulLS wear.to'aU.thatrto, required anyone that to put' on about anInch: within .

:relit''" U14A'f LDowthem to continue .'on',his t"feet,'" and tall''be, "IT1 and. much of the*filet picking of cotton a 1.200 foot monument' in the geographical ,of the many shades of dahlia to a:I II the edge and stitched down'quite tat,

"; la New York street*. The men never triIt: 'a 1n'Ir(1ho'; ; be':'a the accomplished' ., center of the United States charming color tp select Just"aa it would be upon'.cloth. ,
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i tore them down wereJ not friends hundred. I dont know why I did It"He The dry 'weather 'to being serionaly 'commemoration of President Booserelt's I ey ri i .' .' a ,

'candidate*,attained; but of all accomplished it after thirty-fit the success in bringing about peace mann7 -
i .. felt throughout greater part of the;!between Russia and There are ways to :furnish, Quite -a fancy to being, developed
Japan. GovernorHoch ;
creed, and 'maiMUled1Ui in leaping -j''f ;
one spent
.aa year* ,. regetaMe belt Where transplanting Is
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: frock that ,
a just begll1nlnc'to
has'discussed with up just now for plaid suitings.. Someof
the + t .matter
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delayed. Thecondition
: lose its Brat freshness, 'and nothing [the 'new"; :
several it most attractive
friends and eJpecteJ'that .
trampled' the red felt the to : : _of/the;;
.and Stripe, '' *Great.consternation ,was on of the Joy land of the southern fs
so useful .for Lhls: as ribbon' '
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soon lie gown are being'made In" and'ddeylgneri'hareapparently
'' matter will be taken plaids
is in thi dost: Aa an object lea Bowery when it'was"whispered aboutthat7"Big1 'district Is, much Improved,and It, up by ribbons of all color, kind and t .
V commWeewtth'a: -ri
aoito'AnaYehfsti of'ttbAmerlcanle < ".of bringing _,put forth, .
.Tim.: SulUran ,about c
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wss" lands, '
J only on that the widths-for .wtde
with 1 a ribbon -onecan some'of: their best dam" "
the plan before the 'people of the in maklacbplcoetmziea.
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and to one of the.incidents of Ito or't the had so long ruled tracking Industrywas| at all'aJranc- .
UUTI t by'erery man United States In 8Ome"suitable! form. make a .mosf"da1ntJ't bolero finished : From. the tiny;checks
that pncer. and ease he to known ;
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ed during the week- Much bay : '
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> a niching [Shadowy in their outline: 'fash'lon
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campaign itself. woman' child The;rumors:was f
and: ; c and minor h uaed. A chiffon yet
,"croptjwere which' 11 :Sotthe
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into bold'plaids. These'fabnc
"on b' LAUNCHING NEWCANADIAN -
I based the purchase of a mansion great deal of cane bai been'converted I *
new" look t< .A blouse, or
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most dImcult''proposI'ten
: merchants anticipate the Drive which be PACIFIC LINER
,Wso- i on.Riverside tort into>yrop.The" cane;crop to very' there' Is the rib fichu.- which to
dressmaker
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business have sorrow to deal ,with ,
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iatgeat they bad for had paid $90,000., The : good the'grazer'part of the '
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"",.,....' General "pr lPertt7 to.i his; c'.assmen was";beyond'expression" State:oYer. ;"Sty.! j -' : Glascow, Nor. 11The' first of,the quite new and terT. pretty It Isma.te bu'tj when; ,a plaid! gown"'Ji'a'lI11It. '
of rather wide ribbon with .liver .
!;rr to a remarkable .oDL Dlnstratiac ay'
i from all quarters, and Is felt and.''Big Tim"- was' so Overwhelmed '
; The weather ,the week:,was pew Canadian Pacific liners which
during fringe at the ends;.It to threaded a novel.: treatment of plaid suitings
i wrery ,line. "'of trade.>. Factories" are-1 with protest ta'and"' lamentation'thatbe ; :tjeal for'.the.matniing; of citrus- traits. are to be used.In, the .transAtlanticservice through .rings covered with buttonhole a gown" made'of is >

,-up'their' force.'and, mane' made'1wrt to spread for' and"wide Shipments hare bpgun in earnest: although of the Canadian',PaclAc.Ball- work and sewed.OD.arOun4 the the! 1fPt'e of brown and p!ald and '
which
i In every branch of Industry Va vehement denial of the story: that trait'1 i way na.l into'al
: the : *,not In,prime,condition was auceslfullT'launche.l today. shouldersv 'are 'three'lengths most pink'color. : '
Them ; The skirt for thto"model r
they,a .rushed'to' keep within he li 4'bciuCht'tbe property. ,-'t Shlpmenla enOrmous
,> are confined largey'to It to an boat, with eight of ribbon in making six .fringed extremely
was wide at the hem
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.tot; taetr.orders.The. dlsmonJ.I ., = :, southern- counties. ; ''Theweek, '. decks' and will .be put in commission ends. The flntl1encth'] comes 'o1'er meararing at least eight yards 'Set.
meat"bave bVd an f Inking of: Our chorus girls'are"a"llrely.andpretty closed 'generallyfair ; nest Msy. The'second of the ? '
; :; J:except [somecloudiness' _giantsteamerswlll' the 'lh u1.trl1 j about half way to the circular skin
<...u e7:b.e'; again' 'raised their:, :'.set.We:, .know.it( ,.'theyknowf and,light ,:showers'in{the be;launched' In: about the, front.'the under'one'comes'halfway'between into jot gored were panels .;:
pleated broadcloth
t Per cent'thto.being.the"thirdthi 'it them slvei and the New fork pub-, i't-xr ; ; panel for-
south and southeast.portions- weeks.' !
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upper one of'the
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middle of the bodice, then'lithe center skatt. .w
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;t' a ; fleas some comes a sim)1y tied bow Rib they fen ,together and were:on ,Tto-
it' the'airdeessen Andte'Measugerdfectorof y
ftjeems 'U' '. : singers by 'a single pound of,neviroe'sad, Umeand finds them easy to be taught frocj '
bon and lace
3 are. making great ibM| a* the wearer'moved. With this
,'never glre, one a moments Covent' Garden.''Theatre,'Lon4oIa.' who steel If be'shnplycopied,the propor) Life to.too' abort 'with the flea,,and strides into farof. These frocks :.' : ,
skirt w. odd bolero'
.::for''since they Dais ,decreed to directing tbe'Pi04u UOD of ':Veron'kue t10na'or the 'Plata;kotet If any small Mr.:Terry has 'to' make"c004'the TVeaades hare been trying tor: a place for some of plaid:' with aa a alighfiatroductioa Jacket mad*

Coffy' ; win pompadooral must ," compbslttoa 'of his that banpleued' city wants:a"lot'W .bondings'lei. that ire constantly, occurring years and nothing could be dander 'the]bro delotb. of '

:.-.down; they bar, exploited ; :'London and;other:European It watch the" builders"'as"; they 'teardown through death. ;Many: persons carry or-mgkter'l tooting;'but'Uaertall' a 1 ->.- .' ,.-.y., -
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_full'i new styles to drtre the woman capita' :.. He'aaldThey; ;are each edifices'' tha|'bare;hardly '"set- flees about' with them without know- handvorka ., ,
; terrible amount Of This,
i tries-to.keep up with them crag a bright,and pretty lot.". eoatraatlng tied down, sad'tbat'cltywlm'fnd; "t Ing'thelrjcommerclal: yams.' Herea ; There to also s paaaioa'for rell Just -.
however, should be a reoomaesOaUoa
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kerrously! affUcted patieatar 'The of:hla'bomedtyPttis: : ;' bnttbe7 'to be faahtonably dressed aatil' "on.
at Very low figures'and"have substantial and : ;
'S.The the straight down style will
__ fad to the coiffure: composed'ofOBpl 'lose; In making::1IP. :,They;put It 'bargain || up has|Laded to one's wale C thto',flimsy,
not be quite as acceptable it
singer delighted aa was
Vot'scarlet'! irelret= rosettes, too Well: EetUy\that Is a mistake, .>*. e sweet .who has thing:, which Io softens the shade of

,'are worn. on'either,side of the ..d'such:' fine girl*,do..not'need 11.1\ .,Real' estate-i.i.(1. values in this city bIG 'audiences, aO'orer, the world, Ira D. a more few difficult years.ago to"obtain, a'hd it will be rather. 'whatever; hat may.chance to be worn.'
confined the other effects
i"which& the hair to parted.hope too, they will'JI1 aI8.the1r hair fair, to:show:,substantial,reduction Sankey.' who is" to :his bed To be correct the.reO most be neither
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and diagonal
_ Is totally blind, Is dictating a fraYed[
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'is. connected at.the back with .better- A.f As'Newtorkreal property } white nor creasa. but as tadescrihabi
soon .. : book ,will or that in which the..pobLta are
that ;
; : ,tell the story of his '
barseahoe of, Telret stadded'with .1e'It' ', something between th. two.
the" '
has..for many...year*,been ,mod .into each other. Still 'no
Gospel experiences It trill be called dovetailed '
:iIt to especially becoming to to dangerous' taking-in"eren,a solid and steady property in the worldit doubt b1 Ji J- .>-
this win )
achieved
and if
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Moody and Sankey and the Story of
and as Psrtotenes ire report.'tlbhn'idopted.the >dog to the Metropolitan:district GW 1e&ni"'that The i -*
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French
Thef'GospelHymns.." well done, the retiult win be.a vent girls bare liven as
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; style,.it,win takes In Newark, Jersey City, and the Joyfatas
favorites
thl r-a cbaacl|ijor; :their '
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make the Wu.' be tells the .torr.: The most Interesting charming frock a< mine expense fte- a pretty Ideals Iaat_ OM heal
Jolia
hit that tite orig- rest of belonging t Lake* ,
taking a downward,tnra.. :High money <' ..w..1Dbook yond thelabor., |of it being of arUaclal flowers t*
will be .
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intended. e-e'.e it should.f gland I of l'ln'artbaa Just been released to. what to doing It and'it U lei .'the UHlng-how: "Ninety and 'Nine" eve, match those won on.'tai bat,'.aad"taaMtamaal

'rf -. .. > after, spending teeatt.elght'dm easy to, borrow 'ant; real estate ,thanit ''' ,:btoseoms 'bare bees
; atlltoedj
1AiDoIa", sore! wy of ksepwarm -.la'Jail for harboring a bound that to. 'fta:: The'mortgage$ "tax also has'came to' him'by Inspiration., ai an Ed-. Dlrectolre. coats sire stunning and ; Jeweled yina' mast samxtslia-, yt
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.and 'keeping'..alela lowed him so persistently to hit borne worked Injury" to'.J.4 "estate;; as;the Inburg-gospel:meeting.The.crewof the variations: in jthem i tanumerabJe. with.'the ribbon velvet
or of
aafe- at the that be badnt the to himaway. .! One swagger model to fa briwa'elOtwith 1 the trim- g
.'. { .a' place same heart" drive' returns.:for'capital i i inrested,, in'-real mlng.: .' "
excited amacemeat te the Court. 'and dldnt:know ,whom. tt bin .tat.-, arediminished: Theenormousoperations theBritish; steamer rather" .tIe P' tater rerer a4eoI1ar'.Ct S's.

: Itdat' Seaatonal .Larnoln bad been..Joa 4)o; :" ,John Daaberry>> ,'bower, Ia'' r'si'''festate' .n carried Tnrktotan which arrived here from .velvet' embossed with cloth f ;

i of carrying'a"'loaded tvoly.flu knew, who"owned' it and hauled'Lake: on-more generally "by:loans cimon-,1!Bttssorah the other dI.i., was In a state ouwnedwltkgok4brau.; ; : A-- ..deep" ;Short skirts with velvet bodices are f

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Bnbvttoned ale trousers,. maalfect any;'(gratitude oa.befag: r-i'' atloaa,,and the lead chin in the aridity I'Ipook'btrd.". which Joined the ship way to the aKwrenatek' The skirt Thto I *
his::1Irt tred underwear,, ...a to-bis mantes <' .' f.1. t, with.RhICh I.$b. mortgages bare .when ft was about 450 mites out,tome.'wbere'oftkecoast worn with this coal to perfectly ptoto. knd permits of' the,be i. ,dressmaker'making -.
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...Jtrtla'ord.eed the" court offloerst ,. ? been taken, 'send'::.*hirer down: the i : : of Carolina.The Still .another styled of .Jlreetolre coat |' oae' of talag. she ....

*at' "uooaera .bsc>L.".WJMB'L- Bai/Caine, 'before.sailing':ice- /,lls spinal cdt1 DlL' of,h yers'and, sellers.The .1btrd, which so,strongly worked up the j I Iftpent1UoDa shows a'Vested white riots embroidered a band. Bat, H wm also',lead to

i tai. taken to'aa adjoining room 'English ikome, expressed his, :regret. 'Impoaltion 'of;:;;ihe'mortgage:tax, :eIf, the::1&Ccn'wu a [ in black dulred] and gftotenmg torribta fTPltifiTT'f.. 'and ,wwiaayexpect f'-S

.permitted to get his wings.that the Plan Hotel.to no more: >It which the'promotort"of such legtotatioa creech'owl'of largi" size;which had threads of gold. [Beautlfal' ,"bo are tome trigatful, examples. of

't"hICk.414... by 'ripping .open, U a remarkable tntttnce the ruth- ,said ther would! get out"'of.the probably' been.blows oat to sea by"'a the long redl* Otes. of'the dlrectotre mixed<\<' fabrics.' sweartog'celora" ,
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vrtr his caf,f..where. a'UrgesbBlii'was ,leu maaaer,la which,Taluabl property holders of.tfce .rItgiges'bu; 'rs1s d,gal* aid had lost its direction la the period,in ,rehret: ['There to a new watt the amateur eoutnrien'bolsoas

uncovered In oai' let;- 'to.crushed and ''thrown aside,if e ''rate-jotytotemt<< on\ the srerageabont'half I fog It perched in the rlgiing'of the bottle green shade to aa exquisite [forth! I

I, amounted'. to >fLPOO.. The other ,the,prospects* are that a bigger bufld- of one'ber cent,'and trustees thlp and tta-wild screeches alarmed velvet coat of thistdescription,'I ex ; EtteUe Clatamoat: 'OJ' ;

'to'W'equaU.'weU'-;ing will pay more largely.. The Plasa' of estates no longer banker after the-- sailors''no' Bttle.:. After the fog amba.ecI'the other day' which bad rer- .

f.o ,'" Hotel j !.was erected dghteea. years ago tg m.'' Jill hadVUtted. the :exhausted bird came en of.old rose, edged with 'mink.. CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW OPENV.ClndaaaU ,

-( .',.; j. and vow that Ills ton'down its steel ;iie dews deck and waa caught by,the 'J *

,CouOratJae, mod noted cC V and iron:frame.work can be"'erected Any pence polished of a number. of ant i mate\after a .'desperate fight With a Jlreetolre coat one must be

'tort, buried'dyHii ato;;..u.'. for 'another bunding'with a""guarantee fleas of falriy'gpof tntaQlgene can ThJ"Wrd: :wssi nearly. starred!, 'hot re- careful the choice. of a bat sad aer- NOT.Show 11-at The the aaaoalCnrysaateamani Jabs

ItOl'7.of' ( Ida lore that It win last for a century, for abeam trim a pretty penny; apprising /aha rived after a geaexou meal and was er buy a gay speeolstire.mooo,thlakIng. EHtott:Flower Market opened

fta:,,touching' and :showed and:girder: are '..-"good a.* Terry.of ;Great'Button. of the. fact kept prisoner in an improvised'cage.Attef roh, it win do!" Indeed aa re witkjaa unusual aaaber today

th21;min ;who began We 'as a':when first made and experts say they The fleas need cnjjrbe'as proaiptIatcUnc the arrival of the ship it.was girds mintnery, one should' never' buy tries in UM different large"classes, of ea-

'1. ter.ba a fine Ylew'of""win"stand up' last as "erectly'a' hundred on Ideas IJuT they"are quick presented- to the Bronx Zoo. la the dark, it .. true but always wear< I number of Ins new vsitene.aenr an4 n.;a

ant;:'"';- ', his. bis.compassion. It :years rn.a'new", The' ,:builder la,getting on to tha'doga f ; .Mr. Terry .;-...-..rOLD.. TIMER..: ., the 'costume:-whlchf? it'to intended. to blblted before "

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: .THE DAILY MIAMI METROPSUP.MIAMI. rtORtOA.SATURDAY.. NOVEMBER u, 1lt1S -- TWELVE PAtiE
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.- be r laughed. "And. thanks, I will. delay I i1 WILD BABOONS. ovo. oooo : oo
seo.o.o-
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OO OdOWdi .1If.
long enough for the tea. .1 '
made themselves comfortableon Am;""...t Wlilch niBstratc tk 0
They ..... '
Caution .f tk A.
MUTUAL the bank and while they drank tea 1
< and nibbled thin biscuits they chatted Oti* of the farm .boys drew our ati

CONSOLATION gayly. Belllngham was surprised to tentlpn to what seemed little more than YOU CAN HUNT
find that be was enjoying himself immensely a Couple! of dark specks on the slope to t--
the .
realized before of hills to the right but we could
ne had not
g. I 9>SI4,.. Hodj sr Colt how his Isolation at the Inn bad palledon soonj; see that they were moving and :
when within half mile of _
they came a
November
nsje could distinctly recognize them
. Ooprricht... IM, br E. a UuCIaraE charming girl, be decided and beside i. '
as >] herd of baboons.
this she was possessed of a ready wit iIi'
The boy said that be was quite surethe see
date
There is ascertain little inn on the that epigram Inspired and Belllngham epigram was to'his Belling bent ; were on their way to the water 0 Be sure you our up to Hunting Ma-

' Thames, a :quiet, unpretentious little ham's long suit mtjto; our surprise,'they did not m. '.:e -

Affair with Ivy running all over It* low any].advance' A quarter cf an hour
terials BEFORE
v walls,, and stretch of velvet lawn before before Some they two hours went out passed for pleasantl.the polewhich elapsed, half aa hour;' .till no sign of o you go on your hunting ,trip,;.

"t U. runnhijr down .to the river i from the.iver. there approach. All at once, as If they
still stuck
up bad'started trom'the earth by magic. .
launches )
whirling I Iup"
Where fussy little ,
l the book
had loaded
When Belllngham the end of the ,
o and at open pond not sixty
and down importantly gay
and cushions Into the girl's punt and yards from our place of ambush stood-

young Some couples one had loiter recommended alone in punts.any' the.Inn embarked In his own' he stood for a twp huge males.ftlien J. W. Watson MiamiOUR

time surveying her thoughtfully. or bow they got there no one ,
and hi his
to lone
.BelUngham ago
"I want to thank yon for a delightful coiiid\ tell Probably they had come
seemed
state'of mind It to him '
present
the'world afternoon" he said at length. 'I'm >y/jl circuitous way.through the. valley.'or -
. the place to hide from
very staying down at The. Keys. I eame
It might be that they had crept
x vatil his heartache was over the
very' there to cure a broken heart. To tell straight, down through the grass. They
place In which to think It all over and.
I haven't succeeded tremendously.
the truth uncertainly;, eluded oar observation.
adjust himself, the new conditions
." Being anxious to watch the movements
In which Katherine had no part. She smiled comprehendlngly. "Since of the animals and to ascertain j n
Therefore;, as soon as his baggage eoDfeulous'seem to be in order," she whether they belonged to the herd

r" .was released by the cuspm house be said "I may as well tell you I'm staying )laying under the mimosas I refrained POSITION 3-
'la ought the little inn on the Thames, engaged aunt at The Bunch of and
with my rom firing determined to see la"thla -
rooms for two mouths: and prepared Grapes farther up the river. I'm supposed whit would follow next. Both baboons community

-2 : to blot the memory of a certain to be there to heal the wound of sprang toward the water and, leaning If assured. \Ton Gillette! i

young woman'In few.York from his, a broken engagement. I haven't succeeded down, they drank till they were satis- ow that come of )

mind. If such a thing were pos lble. amazingly either," she ended led' Then, having gravely stretched the very best lunar :

The Inn was''wellpatronized, but naively."I themselves,' they solemnly stalked es our patrons .. .
most-of Its guests'were staid people say".Belllngham proposed -let's away on aU fours in the direction of tJ'- Perfection' at1 Last: -
past middle life who sat all day beneath form a mutual consolation society and theherd.; There was little doubt there j

the awnings on the lawn, watching have tea again..here tomorrow. afterAII for*,.that they belonged to the herd URPHOTOGRAPHS' ,.t ALWAYS'READY. ALWAYS, KECK. .
the'gay life on the river In which '. and bad been sent forward to reconnoiter -

,they had ;ho'part.- It'was all very '- right. Agreedr she Unshed. as for as soon aa they:got back ShnplYLather;: and Shave

satisfactory to Belllnghtm. This exaggerated she atarted up the stream. '' theyy; entire ,herd put Itself,.hi motion ., ** hi i+ THERE IS NOTHING TO.ADJUST _

quiet7was the very thing he .Dating the following weeks Bellingham t toward the. pond; .c are been In most j. ,NOTHING TO LEARN. .?

was.looking for. He was'quite content left'the' striped'awnings on 'thelawn .There were'mothers_tsking care Of |artUUo houaehottldsdraaoeln I IALT WIE < | Tba wonderful feature'of this'raaor ia the'

A ,- be thought to.spend his'.days to the other, guests.. He spent their little ones; there were half grown pho- IA1 WATT I blade.: Twelve blades (twenty-four sharp -

beneath the striped awnings or reading most of his time at a certain: patch of animals, the boys and girls of the comp ITO LASTlFOtTEAB.1 1 edges) u'l'BJJr" paper e-rn Annas flint as ,

;1 down by'the river. Very few of the willows 'on' the;banks 'of, the river .DJ.* At first only one baboon at jwographlc method G | TorOHand FIXXIBUI! as ...baleboce.lO with

ether,guests tried to penetrate his re- where there were cushions and"books time came to'. the water's edge &l baa been.very von'> ; i each; set. ,EACH' / y TnLADSis

seer and these few met with so littleencouragement and tea-and a pretty; girt::, He learnedtopole haling taken Its draft"""retired ,to jalderable during good for/
rest but when about ten bad thus ventured from iwajrii +
that even they desisted 'with somethingapproaching ,
< a:punt last .
the few
:and Bellingbam'wu. .. left to, his own de-. the English _skill and they separately they began to'com. i. years.If Y# so. $f';'"8 OBTT$5J vliY. .
-- -- would know '
..se.;: poked about the stream discovering In small groups leaving the others rolling JOG ...

Now BeUtngbam'WU a-young'man other quiet nooks.'-:The::pain to his .and jumping. on the sand.-u--:Toutht. how considerable, .

.f normal mind despite the fact that heart was considerably lessened and Companion. :call.at our, studio. V 4 ,.---e--- .p

he believed himself to be the victim certain disturbing memories ceased. to IT? "'- You win see.samples T.IIISiee. I Aw.d iY I'r? '

M+ el melancholia.. A week of this sort of disturb him longer.W ?.3 TODD FACTS ABOUTDEER. that must ex sLidseslr L34 a St.. = x ,

1 monotony ,bred la him a restless desire The two months slipped put and the 11.... Lab:
: for action. He decided to take up time/ of his return drew near. The afternoon W*...,.I Japers With a ...,.... .-cite your keenest :,r1'

sa l+r panting, and with'an the American belief before his departure they were IJ.-il ens ...- .. s_.n.r .- ,. admiration.alberrKaufmann'., E.a: ......' ,
: "' r*Deer are wonderful jumpers U maybe e ......
that punting Is- something ridiculously oo the river, together, Bellingham poling .
rF easy to master be hired trim and the pensively silent'j The ;imagined." aays a writer.. "I have '' lUll' :

tt' .looking punt and set forth.', .punt'drew up'to the willows'on the seen a hind clear fifteen'feet or so and :

He had not gone far_ on his' erraticcoarse bank where he had first seen her." buck aa high u a tall man merely to1Oida Car. :141* SU;; Avwwe D. 1i.w F ,f' ,_ .
small: drain, and also at a .. .
when"his respect for punting ."I bate the Idea of breaking np this & '; --q -
r and punters .was vastly 'increased. society lor. mutual f consolation" saidbeIt's drive{ I have tee a stag jump clew I For Sale by JOiscayre J- :

Somehow It'wasnt as easy to get the been wonderfully successful over one of the beaters taking a fence' rI

hang of the thing u be had Imagined. u far'u I'am concerned.;; ,wish It aiitbe same time. _There Is still extlJiit I Drug :Company(j

ifci ,The pole had a most Irrigating> habit of might continue." & 't the record of a famous leap made :t1l l '
sticking"In the bottom; moreover.:the "For about how long?** she asked !by.a stag down on the borders of Et-, A Notorious"Lie I f > 1fF

tICS during a hunt Lyons of the old'klDp. . I
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i depth of the river. seemed most vart- archly. .
zm ..ble... "Forever said -be GaUr: Scottish 'The,place_Is known ,

'r He. had.gone perhaps a,mile n when She rose and abstractedly broke off ipiece. u,,'tbe Haifa Leap,';and Is commemoraied o-:.a _U. alley to Loan, HflDseliflld Fill aitllrk i
two stones, which the monarch '
by \
.t3r the pole once more stuck In the mud. 'oft! the, low hanging willow I y \
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bad j erected to mark the pot '
and this time the tog he,gave failed to jranch. He.\noticed that .her hands ": {
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n. They measure twenty-eight feet apart' ', -- .. -, -, .t. .
trembled"well . If
?Deer-.hue a'marvelous sense ,of,
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.. ." she said slowly her eyes on ,. ri 1. ..
smellWith :;strong wind blqwtng
a \ o'
If the vista of green meadows "what's to 1 it tOI'lthe house
they win scent a man a mile off.' Yet removing m r

prevent Itr .. though their powers of scent are marT'liOna. .' ,sums of $5.00and up. 'Can be paid back in

r I confess to having tad one
lataTw.Utb .letbdae. Illusion quickly dispelled. From read,' sums of |1.00 a week. .Business strictly ,
The; late Lord Bnssell of,KWowen.a. ,.
well known Judge, .... during the lag various old books on the subject'u'I confidential' Write us and solicitor will call
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to their sight
1.v had come : regard r l
early:days of his career-a--victim'of :
something quite abnormal and fondly: !
aa amusing piece of. repartee oh'the
.. Ibfagted.that.'on spying deer. say- a
part of a witness.. ,
mile or so away a cautions advance
,"Whst la your. 'age f asked the great. was necessitated after the manner of' OFFIc

counsel. the '"i! ITYppeosrre
our ancient enemy serpent i
:"Is It my age you are asking' ,"re-" IfNow-..though,.deer do ba....' good r
piled the wltneBs'i V"Tea 1 j' .POSTOFFICC.otmffs'
sight they are certainly inferior la this : .. -
air:' Now speak and be exAM
np" respect to the roe and so lone aa yon j i ,... -
act! '." : still will have gnat ; -
." be exact Well, et an the"-. keep perfectly .r J :
difficulty detecting you' I proved 1\ Mr..AdVerti.sertr'tD t
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Tbe'eourt doe pot desire to bear this again and again one JnlywbentrIing _.

any comments' "of yoors.. Tell the court- to obtain photographs of wild :;I Pharmacy
.r it to riot ibis '
.. ease ocean you
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="Well,", said the:man, "I celebrated- deer.. .I did not get any photogrsphs i. ,; :-I.> >jut what tbs p blle. takes', '. ;, O 4. tr t; -
of ,but was
thoogh plenty experience : TO r a4...*,at lees-a 8OI8riotIa .
my twelfth birthday last week. Often lying within fifteen.,yards of IKCOKPOKATKD .
i : ? ;iJle.T.. cdam ia daring type .
-"Do to ten the court that I' "
mean
you 'of '
without'their' conscious
deer being UM
that you shoos an tot oa
JOG are not more than twelve yean of mpreNDCe.- ":'" 'sarth,or that roar cJoulq r.. ..I !
? -'Why,-' look more than'three : _, I i
age you !... J< 1.0 to tailor iud.gootm.v Yet jam un :
times that age!"" :'L l ", wn't ... '.rtakttlu troabte to expiate .are Al.U2' Store forThe: :People .1.I .
I fte Ts. .
:Four times would be exact I That Is tile inpoftast fc .s.. Thad. ,
i Aitdiyetyoa Creator to'tell me. ."rm.takmg my riding 'lessons 'm'.' .writer tolls thru .*''' H.t'dIn "
and remember yea are on oath-that strict privacy., : -' j' jnmr.suck and pcM*.ts dIeM ,
yon'eeJf'bratecrroar twelfth blrth4a7lut"eetr lirWhy': not la ubllcr'So L I I Im .es +** a clear, brides aad see.tio That's our motto, and 'it the means of addingFb
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\ | u to avoid the fierce white tight j '. ,,vSasser H.says yes.... customers '
dreds of to ; : list. We sell only the
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isls new
/- .. I '"And It'. 'quite true/but then, 'you pat'beats'about the thrown."-Louisville i I the to .-.... a.vast amout of bother I t .. j < ++, f. w -J -* ;-f ' J Jest
..... "** I aid wurrr,beca M hi .ad.nu.di filled
prescriptions
'-' sec.1 1:,was;born on:.Fe!). 29,, m.leap CourierJournaLmeakt.g, drugs by registered phaicists.
": tin prliwtptes of display.tyie of
D.t.D 4 L >noii Tax
.- :, aursVBAHr yeas In four and years.my "birthday., only. cornea ones U.r: ..... ,\I 'gp.a.4ibeirarra.iemest. Prli- I We also carry! the finest sodas'and. ice cream in the i ct
U haadtod, la
T Urt Uk. properly
tae loosen It, The punt careened, danger- .(, ----. Ib' -: ouJd lou believe Itt When the j: 70oi-t aa1es..a. Think It Oft Postoffice"V
'a oslyl: ::11..was a ease of letting go the ITdai.,. I.dtk." came to'the word'"obey" In the i: I aid' .decide to drop s portalto. I 2, Doors: North of .

pole'or getting a' spIHBeKIngliani. Sydney Bmtth;"'the 'world'renowned Wedding service she stuttered terribly. ;i
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chose the leaser erU. The pole was ten tie.-WeJJ. she might wen break* B. F.Davis Ad. Writer
y wit, waa something more than a perpetrator Just u I.
:, sticking upright In the\water'aa';the of clever sayings or even thana her"wordone: time u another-Toafcers ." .e- i W. E. Youngs PreWIWAMJ.
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.punt drifted away from it.: politician and agitator for reforms. .Statesman. "..
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Belllngham looked, about him, b iplessly Ha was celebrated each country phr- -- f.. 'J _. ----.--ir r. = sg I ..

-1 :. .As be did so he beard a langh-: lab where by far the greater part of Jr.' ; "==- c'*.IlIt1' .,ft .' i .
Metropolis: before placlnsyonr' '
4 Ing'hall.from:the.bank and..turning, his life"was spent u doctor and magistrate |[t aaI3e-Can you 'recocctss :abf2lbc! See._the. .

.saw a young woman Just stepping Into ,'':coffiUning-these'offices with When you see It Miss Ruth'.Miss Ruth Border for announcements.

a pant beneath the willows.- She poled those of.a faithful and hard working (!fr>king ".aroundx-.Certainly.:. Where j We''hsTo''something. ,'..pretty.. to' show '. : .I. -
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r-J out to him:skUlfnUy.and'brooght.her clergyman. The home aide of Sydney 'J -
zayt" 7..,. .r.; I [ BRYAN '
', ,punt alongside his helpless craft, : Smith ts too little appreciated: While !f' :.

-Just catch the gun/wale'of my punt he still lived in Edinburgh before he . '. -...,..... .. --'- .'. <.' .

,y and rn bar yon ashore In a" moment." "" had taken his second charge aa minister .,"fl'..'i \ _' 'r, ', -' ..,.... 1 ,!IN !ORE'CN:' LANDS 1II.

abe aald he studied that, hemight' "
7 ; K ta-. #' .medldne ,so; 1 ; ,

.y- w''RDanks'said Bemugham,. doing as 'enabled to work upon,body 1.: . t ,' : It.. v ',. '_: .... ... want !. read Mr. Br Ms* letters.f .,dg.'Travel itiwy
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be fwasblddef. 1&1.. very good. of as.well aa soul In future'Ihrtngs. Halt tabMribti fW Utt'Coaiajiitr -
bibs
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,t 7< s "I wouldn't ban eooee---- I the art of heaBnr tad not a'Bttle: .. s, &i; 1 .. jlo .., '.1 tw ... William J. Bryan, editor of_.Tbe- Commoner sailed fromSail

p tecognhted a fellow countryman diatrtts" -, e&ned.to! ,boastto his "" -1e.Dr.: Francisco September 27 for a year's visit abroad. Ia theJ

!she Isngbed. ,"It" really tout aa. Henry Howland his enres.! ,.The' followibg ( 'course of hs travels,..bit. Brjaa will t visit_ the_following named ,
.ili1Ook .Ie tt). remedy for commoa luvenflecompatat' countries: % ""a' ""- *#
easy : .' '
Tre discovered It..h.X",sald.herseftdyTery'alnd 1'; waa.written"_to'friends la i The-Famous" :Play.'Arizona- will' be produced tl1J lie1 I. .. '
of y.a'to site London: '-Wi' 'cooqnered s her v;the ; ; 'B.i'UU. ,JAPAN.. ,BRITISH. I8LMPHILIfPlKS .

.me this asslstanees't a decidedly wbooptng cocgh with: a pennyworth ef CHINA; INDIA! !: ISLAND .,,; I IiDXNMARK

,, awkward its I was hv? .+' ',"' salt .< tartar:What nr-.dd thing that Miami (of AUSTRALIA; 'BOTlTr. PALDTlni, 1 ?,
Conservatory Music.Dramatic TUBKIY ORXKOK.8W1TZXBLAND.
anA should not be. "W.UALAND4., .
a' specttC more
keypad reached.tII..w1lewt'CII the ;.' ; .. ,SPAIN ITALY, : ::(
bank, and Bellinghamhelped her toowar ,r -, FRAN6E I
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: : ( J: C'lia NORWAY, > GXR1UKT.: .
..aihore It was a' dour -.rot, Boob : air.sbmt-FJmDe.'i i Club ,, RUSSIA SvTKDBITHOLLAND! IS'I
-and enthIontlay against tba;.trees-anda : '** llvti* fy \ '"i f% "
spirit kettle hissed away cneerfnBy :A;:;few years .age-a:'witty*but not i ;:-l.., c' >> ,'., From ra :h of,the countries named .... Bryan will waste bottom)I
,.. orerlndnstrloas Celt was'ene'of the f .
*y. 1r describing his observations and dealing particularly with the poUS'callife -
,on a flat stone; ;, : _. .
"TOIl might tie,your pant here and street gang at Nnrburyport' and a few Direction. of Mrs., LJlia Belle Cary, at the i of the countries visited. -- --: -". 'f
H minutes before ,noon be threw ,his :TjTbese letters will be published The Commoner and those
u.e'rn take.."you- out' to'yonr.pole.' '..1' '' abo..IJDto the gutter; sat down: on the i }_ desire to read every one of these,letters should lose no tune ia sat

she iiggeetld.Bel curbstone: ,and- proceeded to fin lnLam. were resting,with J .. ,
eyes 'Vt |I' v ':
BO UDelrtala'meaulnr on 'the spirit light his pipe.I lust u be extracted r :! Auditorium Eve. November 17, rThe Commoner, Is issued weekly.and thesnnseripUoa priosTif
the".flrsVpuR'ot smoke, the superintendent Friday '
kettle.-, "' H"Perbps'you'd ". 1X0 a year. By special arrangements with the publisher
like 'a "P'or tern of streets"'came aroond'a corner *" 1 "*** enabled to offer for; a short time only' the Commoner and the Mian .
and seeing Pat roared out-"Here". i ,Weekly Metropolirone'year, both for IJ.OO when paid In advance
.flrrt.? she *aM.'*1 snpposel mee'we' What rare,yon t throwing down I your Reserved, sAa ?n 'sale at.. Ting's Pharmacy and ,or we will send The Commoner and tile .Miami Daily Metropolis l for1'one

:tI fenow:'Amerieans,. formalities may" be shovel for at this time of day r' year to any address for $5.00.the. regular price of the Dally' f

tr ;,>,"'-erlooked-tr.Be@laghaw"besupplemented."- .*., To cool It,: !r-rr. s'd-Patwbere- ;,;,, Biscayne Drug Company, :beginning Wed.,.Nov. 15, ,. \Metropolis.. alone:. '" .- i.t

.I pon the superintendent dodged aronn- Address ail orders- to Mhat rrhthi c..,....fis.ff
.., t rm tSnl'ilpit.: -she said.'Dd 11mU '" the'earner te gee his face.togethit.Bostja. .- ,. s -"

-, ti .d pe n"re.both from e"T rk.. ,. ; .Herald Reserved Seats( 75c. Admission 50c
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frightened dear," a rolce entreated I

Pomona Nurseries 1 fat Frivolous ProfeBsor In her relief Leigh'and votes the reaction she ,1 tiMr.LProp4rty

clung to him like a frightened child

'Those wanting ,orange Miss Bell half He sobUng.held her closer, his face almost Owner :

against hers. "Are you hurt" he asked
and Grapefruit TREES anxiously. .
By JEANE1: fE: SCOTT BENTON Then, after a minute, hla clasp relaxed -

: I C.gt and she slipped quickly away I
and those contemplating planting groves in the tuturc should invests- +k1903Iearar,3.B- from him. ; "

r gate*>nr stojk. We are now booking order for present "" "I had no idea It was yon" she said Since announcement of the beginning of

avid future plantingand are offering Professor Leigh, the principal, of the finally hi a small voice operations by the 'Art Stone Construction Co.
j' scot "I tried to tell be answered we :
high was in attendance at the you. '
have secured two contracts for
the latest stock of trees ever grown ta Dade County on high school board meeting by request of tb* softly.Another. furnishing stone : -
? board. the principal subject under moment of silence followed; f
pine and high hammock lands. We Invite buyers to visit dlscnsslra, was the hiring of an assistant then the girt sped down the ball and
out of the
I our nurseries and examine the trees We have all the leadIng Lttln eacher In the high reboot The professor open leaned door. against the ban-

and',best' varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Trees "Of course, professor, 1OB-.understand later antt passed his band over his eyes
," the chairman explained "that A new heaven and a new earth had NOW MIND YOU :
i. Budded on either Sour Orange or Rough Lemon Roots the necessity for a new teacher rising opened up before him. ,

.;: U It doei' in the school year give us He knew now that all his dlsapproTnl 1 j 't .. -

s Nurseries located in section 3, 2 miles west of'' :Miami on rock read, very little choice. The board however and condemnation had been a fight

also near Little River and Fnlford. By securing trees from home baa decided unanimously upon MIll against himself not her. He dared to tljese INVESTIGATED the manufacture '
nurseries you take no risk of importing WHITE FLY or other insect Daisy Bell room 7, of the Oak street think now of the stories be had heard parties of ,
rdiseases../ This is an important matter;which should not be overlooked. cbooLttuit do yon think'of' hers"e of her gallant fight for her university stone by other plants before placing,their orders ;wand
Large ,illustrated with and descriptions of varieties ; ; bow hard she bad worked were CONVINCED that
catalog' prices Professor Leigh frowned. "My sct* our method. was 5,
mailed free on application.. al knowledge of Miss Belt's attain and bow he had persecuted her. Poor
little thing! And all because be
4 meats .limited, but she I* a frivolous : was
The:' Griff Bros. Co. afraid of himself. What a narrow
ing baking yonng woman To me she SUPERIORTO
minded bully he'Wh anyway-and FAR
seems a Cither impossible Latin teacher. -
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1y aad Miami Florida now?
Local Oftictii little Hirer
l ; Her,#ame. Daisy Bell, in the faculty
He-could not answer that He welt
: would+ almost-lower Its tone."
He glanced, around.and caught the, out Into the spring night slowly with ALL OTHERS r
bent '
head. He bad
forgotten
covert aningement of hU auditors, hla utterly
SEABOARDAir the errand that sent him to the school- "
lean youdg face set In' stem dlsap-
bouse. He even forgot to lock: the
Edo
Pc> vtL Profeuor Leigh life was

: "real and...raeaL" door. So if you conter plate' .erecting a' residence .
tine Railway A very erect pink cheeked little assistant ? ,
Be writhed under the'frlvolll:7'.Dd:
; tt Jho& Latin teacher and a very self store or other buildings, consult "with us and,we
F laxity of latter days The lightness
.oa.Savan'nah" : and love of display shown by the conscious room professor the next came morning.Into the', Both assembly you demonstrate to you why and how::-we can give '
j t his feminine better results'forjthe
majority > acquaintance the money invested ,
professor and Ills Daisy .were In .
Columbia Camden Southern Pines annoyed;bjm. Women de
were sadly a rather bewildered state of mind..
Richmond Washington Baltimore; generating' In his opinion,'and.be wasonly Mini 1
Raleigh,; ., Daisy shed no more tears In secret

; ,; Philadelphia. New. York. "I know thirty;, years be said old.stiffly. my objection fact/over'a UttJe'her endangered 1 os1tJ01l. In

Two Elegant/TralnsrDaily. Is unusual but the girls of the come. 'Whenever smile the was proresaor'more apt'to.eye.q Our) Guarantee, of Pro\eotiou

Mail high school run to too much frlvo1lthemselves' : ,
Seaboard
Seaboard Express met hers there was a look in them that
; 'Their teacher should be IfDt' the red flaming Into her cheek.
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Modem PuUmnaquipment',."' % of another type. If there Is any. They Possibly be could call any one "dear" Goes. Wih' ,Our ;Stone

ON'J.y' Ten baT.4: a way of wearing theirhair when she'fell unexpectedly Into his .
: ,".V.II-- In a-tore of arch over their face lima but she did not believe it J .1

h ,ptntttf v dilly tboSftli> 'sleepers- from;JitbosTllli to leiiOrleus.t 10 tips that of in.proflle their: noses.you can That barely 1-Mis see* Bell the spring 80"she weeks'dreamed while those the last professor.few. .. kI

: :=: :..:.-,= :::. :::; :;;; --::: .wears" her*rery much the'same way.The'bo.M'rebxed ." walked miles In his despair.
: decidedly Professor On the night of commencement they

For fall information. 'and'sleeper rsoenrabona, call on any agent oft the Lalgh:regarded them in.ltel'Dperplet1ti'J found themselves face to face hi a
: dark little The Art Stone.Cofistructioll !
.Seaboard,or write, 1 confess," the chairman remarked" Douse stage.'lobby behind the opera I

: "that we bare not particularly considered The barred
professor her "MIs
iO.MeDOHKELL.. te-utt.-pta.-iit. :hthoa Ise Fit' way. %
r HJu',8e1r* appearance;" She graduated Daisy." be said, entreatingly, "you are
'laafc year,'with unusual 'Latin
I going to the country are yon note

i' F''C. BOyLsToN. jr.... .,, Pass.'AIrt.... recommendation As for her ability May I come out to see you next
teacher}
1>t U a the work la room T,at weekr

\ the Oak skeet school la 'not easy, and I "!Yea," she answered softly, extend- Go.Office
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she baa succeeded there. Of '
If
course! "
I -" lug a small baud. "Goodby, aLe brit
she U hoc satisfactory; professor;otherarraqemliata J
whispered.He rt' '
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Stood test 25 can be, made for next
Has. The Years ) took her hand. "Gotxlby." b. I
year. i|/| ..
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oodby" repeated. Then be ,
The professor arose. "My objection ,
r, to HIM Bell," he said "are of course suddenly stooped and kissed her. I
: Grove's.Ta1ess heoretlaLk IIe smiled a,:imile of "Forgive me," he cried In the depth and Stone Yard foot of.Ave. D-' '=
; such entlt4lconddence{! and good fellowship of contrition but still holding her fast r
Miami. Florida
"I love
yon so.' Ton most know it""If

ik his bold that ate.the It 1I"a.high easy school to understand In spite of I do Jt Is pretty.nearly. .telepathy,"

: J Chill Tonic. his hft"prlggisnness.. I shall do. It"And,with if confidence yon say try in she When murmured.the chairman of the board of "llOOK t FOR.. Tttl:[,TURN 1 IN AT11: E..WALUMAModeiBathfooiin!

your Judgment' education asked Professor Leigh It h l f

;. (, No-Ccae-NO'PaY.' 50 eests. Which Wa not. quite true,"for, erery ,tin bad any objection to Miss Bell he ,. .-- ,.
actually blushed, because the frivolous
: day+his-"sooT; arose In disapproval I I '
i' -: against Miss Daisy.BelL "What could woman bad Issued an ultimatum that

I' there be ifl k girl with inch a pink and Ibe'would. teach until her' debts were J

white face utfed around with such a paid, and hla"objections from being i
of ytllow hair and'such theoretical bad become entirely personal. 1 _
mop an Impression :
'k ottfrin' and'faDCJ' thing all .Stl 1, they were not of a nature .

Florida, East Coast Railway/: about berfl; He trembled, too. for her to be confided to the chairman so he ," ', -' Is the moat ,essential feat ..,:,.;
Influence 'U 11 the school ,Tbe';Pla8eeined remarked halt beartediy that she was avery / (
so"afatuated'with""her.. 'How 'good.,teacher and if she wanted nre.of the modem bona ::.

.[, bed tlae, Card No.,<2., Corrected to t .Sept:' D15.. could abe hitch LatlnT It war ahnort the fused position it she could hardly ;be,... ult.fai'acawry-Ohl.-, '' ;,
against natural law. -i fort to;&!j borne. Better

: ... ilL ..:aau ..... roelladlri-iw1 i or.. _' Miss BeliWw red and white under A moment later ODe of his trWklelto t put. .money, In, perfcctUf :,a:
'tFF hit scmUny1:,in the Latin class for h Junior,thrust her pompadoured little 'i
,, cam In'frequently) during ,the, first bead m the door, then withdrew In'confusion V -the sanitary yatesa, then.; "
r tan .
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I \. !t D.ur Day RATIO'- *! t Doyy month recitations. at the) sight of the chairman bj Insuring-' the health aid

I N r !:U r..a. ..,.. ?** / N At last be;;was obliged to adult thatshe and b* railed quit a benevolent smile comfort ,of your taniljr'c'
;;3/ >Hp] 414J could teach Latin fairly well but after her. To* professor wa beginning than"lpeading it.tor,. I
H to N .Ia at1..u.-- s MP 14*a] h n.euteiJtt.. to take a different view of the world fiat
He hated
{N 11 11 4 sip l as Inconstancy fllrnihiata
to 5)1 rw I MM**. 4 Sip 441Wftl Eh gradually became the trial of bit and thing pertaining to'It-things. -feminine ; Agra for th* ;
# to = tits and bee);alwaya tried to make her In particular. t't
1 1 Ilsti LLc ta1.lU. *** Pt44p e ,

', r Ii. M l*Tpji.. $)$ p f Md ,= the Milaconapirtoua'aa annualiTlsttaOon'of possible teaehecs+:'During'he ,'7
C. N pjinracrJr n.'g-s ...... iafi a I..... skfflfnlly steered them away from Miss The earliest surname were probably .Recycle<<
I list L n. I '.. those ,
srf .1 oa Daisy' elutes She wa a blot oa the bestowed h,the Roman* ni -
5 111 p is M pot Slip fa .,
s" 'f : : i l% :_..".OrsM- 4.D -. + 111 P 1N :". dignity and}high 'at ndlDc,ofThhi b.-- Greek'though It may be said that tb
/ 1 _- rv>M. MPMp IdN lews of a' son earlier date had "
-l. loved scaoof. | sur-
.. 'N sal _- IN '. would shake the confidence dONAtD
I?."' 1. 'tIS ?2SS: s p -\ of lay sensible person to see a I name to some extent..,In moot ease, 112. j
'"'.. _C 7MMk K .I.I. _,.., 'HTpIMP t ". ,0'J'l i 't girl like that on the staff of teacher however the surnames of the Hebrew '
) a N .Owl*Qty_._.- I N '
Ma for Miss D J. best were tribal and not permanent u aretlIoM'of ,
:! M4t 1Anat.utr 7.netan. if a1 p Nq : n y'sh tried ber I -
Lt f Bmrraa.O fNp, 1 .-' to please the stern young' mace She today. The very earliest. surname ,Twelfth Street Miami. Florida.
; r- i. III "_ .kHU ? 104 ass ..- didn't tar* &D7'tI'ouble'wlth .her In,the modern fence 'of that W
II N I 1 ..Tltwrlll__ jlip1i
p / N '
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c classes. Ttjjt girl were obedient and term date from .the middle ages when t I : ,,'

.(,t 0 -_...I.a.L ,...,..r+.. faof4d__ Ar.._.. .. / N p the boy were gentlemen nobles, were known by -the name of
+ 14 MpII afipp .TH .Till*. J fp pN "J t But she tdnld 'not understand? ,Pro- their domains and common people by Hudson
;."';;.'. e Upusfp INp ..Oe-- iiltp 111 the' of CyeleAgents 'Co
fewer Leigh She name their! dwelling place. 'A
a 31 .EucklfKlr*. :twp 14 -I', curled her hair I In f
r---: nwp 444 p444p O.a4 n n& 144- Its prettiest!fuhlon sad worked:her great many surnames were bestowed "
... 1e \
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!*N ..Mvlbovro* It N 1a I
on account 'of personal
.. < hardest laschool, bat she :could not peculiarities,
1141* 4 tp -.r-----, 11 N a 12 II :_ ; \
'--t. III" N 4 UpUp _. LucM .. .. M 11 a l It M ..,.L -t ": melt hi* UDCompromlalog dlsapproraL neb aLong, Short; Stout, Stoop I For theRacycle --- : : ;,j'I

: st Tllp .,. _>.Ed ; "Y"c., ..,..._ w' Hudson
IP.a Urn
ir p TITp n tin
:f: S f at 11* P ? ttaara .. .-r tlim'l) wp p JO { and paying what she owed for her Fowler.. Gardner etc. A third clasa {and Pierce' Bicycles. 1v
'1 f:_". ] 1** '.-.._.wM.fofae.III. 10N ...-.. course at'the university.: '" ''"Z toot name from the place where they ,
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fit ) /lip" W t Jupiter..Wwtralm IM -
:IOIPXa. In riew'of,this ber'pre reside Examples*in: this, doss are i -
l contingency
-f I J 4 M *41 P N s man that rides
.. < /*a lip)- Here.'s .- r w ep eDt bread and butter wa of the cheap John Hill and John Underbill the first ;She a Hudson wears the.smile ,
.51 j
IMIn
4 11 per p) ) i
; 1.s 111 aIls II pj .."--.roof La.d.eds s- / 1.d 115 p -,-and bej turned and 'pressed and John Hrjag.on the hill and the *ecuudlt .that won't -9, I
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,...:1 sMala3 PM "' -, ...-H-1Mn+ ,, .. .. caw. / V darned her rrriTcxis tttl: frocks'and I\' the"little' vsl y ,under t>e bluff come' off.T;, The streets of Miami '
"t ;t' = { a 1*41 1p p -:."......L.n+.ia11W..014a_ M ,e'des a 1 1fi1' N/ a1efaail tuck a bo1r;'here.al14 trimmed' in a Tber were few if any, surname In are7 full 'of :i !;!t
i r eo /ll104' wMa.r...._.._. Lv '/>sa 5,5 lacy frm''tZMr* to blds the.'ba4'ap ii EnjtjAitd prior.t.:'th time of the Norman such people If you don't believelit i ,

"t1 i that; tb*.bright.,*prlng unahlA!w coaqnwt, and ta Ireland they did C6ME AND US l'.
raw ;BOKESTKAD KXTKXUOX not' become LET CONVINCE
r commonuntil
146S. The
'f"f.r #>. making so I appareat L"." 'i i YOU..
S M = Iflaall It was nearly 9 O'clock one erenlug- German;Jews'did-Dot use suruamwintil j

(.i- L .-... when, Mbs.dlseovsred, that by about 1829. Auytfrfay and Everything -;"
:..... MM _- = IM MOM Btochinc. *h.; bad, overlook .1.
'1 j. partr e
.asa /was. 4 !1a.TR01t'Dw0li __ n Thy'bad'tst be-grsd t *ot _'Petrarch; the gnat Italian poet wh 'T .
; 1r xDiUy ;
p
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Jf4 '!- 017NMd 0lyM tMOf tknv K llrtto shawl OTT theta lived from 1304 to 1ST,'met lAura And don't Forget the'Number ;?"r' "'" .

.\. > des\_;:lwiqhaTr. to gt'over afterttsjM.'Mb m .gold.B. haired.Trench beaJlt7..OD "
i'" { ..a 1p:...la.faeamu::: u .'tai N f M murmured.Eb'! : na MTOM April .4';132iifa:tbtaulrela; .-;.;
"T 11H Mb 'L71 au..acel.rt.n..1a.-.L.. .... tt. I1N Ifs the strset to dark ;sOent Can,' ID Avignon,sad fell at 101aAV UeD '
k ? { k { N IN. -.Taflo Y.aA. .. t Il a0 1t : V* buDdlng.T : fIt.8t.1 UL NooRP
1 :' ea. ,5M4-41 '...a --' >>-a.t.l Si 11 a .8 tz= : '*.flan Jooksd terribly and dart, deeply and permanently In love .
1Ut 1,11, .life '"!',- -, ;lM, UNM _" art ate fairly flaw up-'ft.italr into BIIe"'l then nhwtCB yon old {I". .. ..'
q' gas Lctla and the wife of Hngnes d Bad. For ;. :t. ; aS r
1 ;J r recitation room: Bb )lgbtsd : & Voi.oe --
; t.\ A! ..ttlEO OOCDBfTil.. : STIiBSHir CONNDCIIQSS, ,U ii1i uretst matdiM aad finally ucceededto ten year Petrarch lived near'bar In ., IS IIWD M.;'\1GTOI ,
,, t' the papal city and met'IIer l TAW46"MtClH flndmg .
t :-- mlMing paper* The frequently :
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.,oe.itM....'.... .\Itlaa'w\:ti htfj pf .:J.Q>R i _trf M aaadow plied;; menacingly In. die corBrs,7and "- Ja church and In society. 'It wa* then Ta Vtetri la *o:yertMt that it to!;'ofta mtatstealfpr''die> >_iora ftIea
>f4 -abJ'wa' *-rar *h. beard--a: that he sang the praises of ber charm It to provtej a rarer aUtac mrea'of{ iaflaAt:tot"a.' 6 .
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HAVANA AID KEYWEST. MtM somewhere In the buOdlng. i and loveliness .in thoM sonneta Lich potatoes,to, non*. To all brat-cr':': oo4:'mnaic '
a Sic fled laa! little panic from the err_ *o. eloquent of' his den tloa L tion. N. matter bow much t rtaaaatrrh Vto; tb VJctar'Ja> Y larlks.... '.
room to'. ttalra..; down beaw Laura wa not insensible to'* worship at. basso. 1M lette: Ja
Halfway *
.... ;. rain .. Yrelw.i fi = alway. weloom. Toes'e
fl. nMek
to
tt
Md a..t'antlmo"'IIateD.
IkMM mwy *
r. tp _
such Lad to baDcb :
some" out} advancing toward her as, made the Emperor Charles ,
_-.s _fat lar4r.trlral car spsz1.. tf ( .BOM Y caw f.a1''..... __
,., ".....u.a.CMIpU7..MtW 1aap"- Md''irp W ra II''U 111 utImC iciest. I- from the'glooni below., She gar a little IT. beg to,be allowed to UM her fore- et4 that.Vfyuup t ofpeopl.'Iockto; bear fA erowdedrdortaljer.tt

fec. --' u" f-_ .,- ::.- shriek; then'slipped and fen head lead but she kept the passionate poet Lao limit tg tae nrletJ of IerctS.. this matehleae lnstrs_ meyt'.tp. ,.....
i of'tt C' long.- She beard a smothered exclamation at a proper distance and rebukedflinty him for yoa.-.R ord* In __Ie.' ,VICTOR RECEIVED
#:: r For Copy: LOCAL TIME CARDOtIW\ ,Ufonoatlo, ; then'someone caught bar. sternly,on the only occasion en which AT ..TH.tii LOUlI'lIXPOlmONJTHl'HIGHEIT;, ; GRAIcD PRIZE

;1 : 'akEEi-'THE$ 'TICKET.AQFNT." Faint with terror aba"tried to regain. be ventured to a vow,hi*,love. ,After I MIAMIFLORIOA POIIILa AWARD,
> # ber feet iMf! her death he withdrew from Avignon :. ,uu-RU1:;

:3.al, 0.'RAMNER., Aiat. Oen'l'Pmaa/ArLX.... ST \. aUS11.>.... .<-.""1bere, BttW!. -one, tbsr. Dont.be and coded. hi* day ta tta>l., :a: : ;:ma.:
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; : AN ALPINE TR.\GEDY. FIRST IN TIBET.; CARTS, IN SCOTLAND. '
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!H'I'Iier ,
Tbrlrle.g Strr .*'. ran. Dw rkBtettrk Aavnt.... el tb. Iea.'._ __.. ......'. CMM .( W....s> Is I .
..... i cr ft ... ..,..J', the sUht**>tki Cratmrr. ',
,One of the most thrilling stories hiAlpine In the 'year 1812 Tibet was entered In Scotland at the beginning of the \t, 3

history: .is that of Mr. Sloggetfs by two explorers, Moorcroft and Hear- eighteenth century produce was cari i i!
fan eo the Mauri-horn" write Aubrey ...y.' the first Englishmen to penetrate Tied in sacks on horseback or "on i I e'a
tr Le' Blond. -With two Zermatt/ltuldea tbe forbidden land. Heancjr describes sledges, or=: later in the C'eotul'1-C1D {

,Alpbons Furrer and Angnstln Uentisjetta -, one of their experience. at Daba' : "After tumbrels, which were sledges on'"tum
-this young EnglUhman had breakfast thia day (July 4) Umar. bling" wheels of solid wood with wood. Y
made a quick ascent of the saountaia Singh sent word to u* to come and pay en axletrees' all revolving together. Zor
I down the our retiittct to: the wazlrt son la a These machines were often so small
and was a long way on return
journey. At one spot it is necesaaryto council assembled with the lama and that In a nfcrrow passage the carter rd the Wise .
\ cross a couloir, Of golly of the son of the,deba. We. proceeded could lift them bodily for they held to '
1 anow and ice, and down this channel about 9 o'clo-k, attended by the pundit little more than a wheelbarrow. They'
and three or four other servants, car. bad wheels i foot and a half In diameter .
'tan most of the stone that detachthemselves
,'"i"' from the shattered face or'tIIe.JIf' tying the presents for then people. made:1 W three pieces of wood .'
The presents consisted of t '?*v jurtls pinned together like a butter firkin I
Tbe, leading guide, Kurrer.was .
? making his' way. over when a of srpcrfine' scarlet broadcloth, come and wblcb'bnlckly wore out and became Harmon S\Palmer. o Washington, D. C., inventor .
and spice, all arranged on alease utterly shapeless, so that a load
wtone,. dropping from a considerable engir the first hollow concrete block machine i in the United. v
plate. We first entered a pte.o'r of 600 pounds was enormous for the
height struck him full on the bead ,, against whIch was fastened avery dwarfish animals to drag. Yet even States, on May,,28, IQOI. Secured patentjNo. 674,874, -
aDd killed) him. Tbe two
instantly large and handsome dog some- such vehicle* were triumphs of civilization on his hollow concrete block. Immediately inhingers
others, attached by their rope to bis "' .
tiling of the Newfoundland breed. We when they came into use when
.dead body,"were unable in their pre- CtllturJiwu sprang up everywh r The Patent Title and Guarantee
then bad to stoop to enter another door, the young .
",:T arioos foothold to resist the shock and \ Co. of New York aid the Pacific Patent Protection
lltliy enough, stench abominable. We Carts are,a later Invention still, and ,
were Immediately swept\a way' down then proceeded up a few steps of earth. when one la 1723, first carried Ms tiny Co., of San Franciso both representing millions of
.the coololr at tei' 'tEe speed. Their and stones, all broken. We turned to load of coals from East Kllbride toCambuslang. I \ ., '
axes were torn. from their grasp and the right and entered a small antechamber ; "crowds of people" it is I dollars capital agree to take up the matter and protect

Geatlnetta, who never lost consciousness to the right of which was reported ": .eot to see the wonderful his patent against all infringers. One by one these'
was convinced that death most the women's room. machine t.They. looked with surpriseand have been out: of business
await them at the end of that awful I nscrupulous put '
"A greasy, filthy purdah was then returned with astonishment" In usurper .
: ,- but.'thla of JroB'Ill'f'\"e It becomes s owners' of Dade County territory '
Journey man lifted up, and we entered the parlor. many putt,of the lowlands they were
kept his presence of mind and abowedwtata Here we found a dean mlral, or poor not In ordinary use; even tw'1700.1 to warn the public that all\buildings with

,,fr stout heart and a'keen Intelligence woolen carpet, rpread for ns In the while In the northern hollow concrete bldch are su royalty and
'It ;.. can do even In, the most desperate center of the room. In front was a or creels o4 i the backs of women were sEttled
;t situation.TAboat .'. .- vacant seat opposite to which our chiefly employed to the end of the century. mechanics lien if same was not \ '

800)( feet below the spot where present were placed. On the right sat The.wretched condition of,the .1' Do not be mi j oily, or bombastic statements. ,
.., the party were, carried off a small the lama on a cushion; before him was roads was,.the chief cause of the reluctant 4 H. S. Palmer is the only man who" 4ses the word .
tocrgBchnmd or crevasse ran across the adoption of carts.la .
placed a kind of tea pay (three legged
r lee slope which forms the. bs.se of there table), on which were two wooden YUa0labe4 the driest weather the road were "Hollow- in his contracts'with$ buyers of'hismachines.A

afatterborn'oa its eastern side. This plates painted and gilt .There unfit for carriages and In wet weather' 1' It is the only hollow concrete block upon which the

y :crevasse Is not always 'opt'D-ID't.ct. was also a fire pan The old gentleman almost Impassable, even for horses- word "Patented" j
rtt Sa October 1803, when I' went oa'to appeared about seventy; yean old had deep In rots of mire, covered ,with appears. I 't
r the mountain to photograph the scene a shrewd countenance, said very little stones, winding up heights and dowa It is to your interest to remember that we are sole t

:Gf this accident it did not exist at all. and eyed us all the time. He ,was bins to 'aoald swamps and bogs. It ownefVof. Dade County, Florida rights, and that we ,
It .Ic cliffs, and one was this precarious state of the roads '
c .Beneath are any dressed in a coarse woolen red garment intend to them. '
'heating the crevasse and falling ever the manufacture of the country which obliged Judges to rid on eb< protect. I .
.; these would have a sheer drop which greasy and dirty In the extreme. This cult and a,practice began u a physical I 1. !
1-e 'aost Immediately be fatal, bat to Mr.Sloggett'a was the bishop of this see necessity was retained u a dignified r:
ease Ole crack,was several habit so 5 that In 1744 Lord Dun resigned .
:-He bad another priest sitting to his '
'<'I 'fee| wide and into It the two stin Bv- right, more black,'more filthy and more hli'jadgeshlp because lie was Rose Concrete Co. .

I ;lug ..menand ,their dead. eompaaloa ugly than himself.. Opposite to me sat ao 1ODIeI'abIe; to '"ride on circuit, .
g; 'wets precipitated.. The chasm was the son of the debt a dark, but sensible Bcotttsb, Bfvtow. I
ho partly tined with tones and sand aDd i.t. .
though rather looking
heavy person
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dowa. 1 .
Mr. Slough fell face Gentiatetta. aged about twenty.nine or thirty. 1 I .j'.j'f
though terribly braised without Be had a paper' In Us band at oar entrance :It to a dangerous point In any man's e
'' "aa bvtsAfs. delay ached the helpless as if In the act of writing. He career: when be feels sure of his post .
_if."fGna *f Us employer;.palled him eats was seated on a leather cushion stuffed tloo or his fame.' 'Overconfldenc lath.firstilgn .
the la which ha almost of. a decline' the flnt # -
s postOoa lay with wool, over which ,was a carpet; :
,,::\;sjoaTocatiag. and cleared,the sand oat before him was a sort of small table. symptoms deterioration. W.do our .I t
.
'it1f; ;:':"crt his throat aad .,....- 011'i whlchi! were two of the wooden best work when w* are straggling ,I !. .
.'fi. ':"His Jaw w broken,and bis bruises plates before mentioned,'a china cap, for our position, when w* are tr1IDa'I :I, .
l'f'C ;'were. even worse than those of Gentia an Inkstand;a wooden pen and a knife. with an our might to gain oar amble ; .
'
. disaster,was already bad enough longs foopSnccess Magaxln f |I ,i .
dressed -
; was in a red, blue, green and .. I .
.:t.4 but at any moment aa even more ter. yellow striped woolen gown." ...,>l. -. 1 ... .
.. '.aiblt::catastrophe threatened tbe two 'Very,suspicions were the old priest '
: wounded In th. envaeas. Sunshine in I j
poor men ..
z..,, and his fellows, though a letter from a your bale or .

: <' nat-al neighboring .seat .of government explained ... 'f
1i. 'to them that'Mnoreroft'attdHeaney ( :1.'rt Home
m'was the hottest boar of the
rust day ; "f"; .
really were harmless pilgrims r,
ij'-when the snow was thawing fast andf.oseaing '
and not the dreaded:Flrtngts and requested
from its fetters the missile
.t> ,it bad earlier held fast,frozen,to the that they might be. permittedto Fifty-two times a year Is guard Carriage andWork.1'HOrseI :
proceed. On the next however
't/.IDOUJItalD. It was Imperative loser ; day, to you if.you ,
;;, matters were again somewhat complicated
no time in waiting for assistance from .
; 'the other parties who were on the Mat- by,the discovery' that Hearseywore
"terborn.. half boots of the English pattern. the
So the guide and the Englishman READ SUN
When' the natives discovered this they
without axes, bruised, ,shaken .. .
and ;.weak started on the desperate thought that BOmetbiDc.wu surely;
.. \:task'of climbing back up that glassy wrong. )IoorcroftIn. his'narrative That illustrated weekly paper
.!? blood stained wall,'a task bard.enough told of'this Incident,with evident relish 1 j in JscksonrOle and

,t't < 'i '" party. of having turned,up toes_addedto publiahed.raywhexe.A. 'I

.:i' .;,"How It was accomplished'Oentinet-- ,hlAwa. shoes.WMtth ." 1 T1e'ALL'i : QUARTERS: '-' / I t

... .Ca declares be'does, not know but by i
.
,aa extraordinary display of pluck and .* th. Aaetomt ....... K. Taylor "
where our pies have been tasted and I have rete ved of fine
,'it ;kill the two at length reached their Some of. the Romans* seem to havebeen.Tery. tested 7(<*Q will bear' them' praise ,: a,, car j
f.. .U tracks and gained a place of safe .solld. :while otters were '
r+ :,ty.'Assistance was BOW at hand. and fast'to a degree not known nowadays. heartllyJljThero: to a knack about pier Makes the cartoons.and all the horses, and anyone interested -

'i;', ,with the help of the other parties the When Caesar was killed on the Ides of baking we bays caught yea, '
',wranded men eventually:arrived .atthellebwatxe'boteL March ;Antony owed $1,000,0001 which r other PctunL.i can inspect them at my stable l ., ;!

J 'Though. laid :Up be paid before the kalends of April oat i
,.for many weeks after, both In the end of the public money and squandered. P OUR' PInt
''
J.1.- 'fade an excellent recovery. Poor For according to Adama, 28000000. caesar Claude L'Englo
4' .,ref a body was with much' difficulty himself, before be set out for Spain, wM bed comparison with eYeD 'the li.L. '
.?): brought.down aext day from the creMX was In debt to the extent of 110400. best of,,tome: mad ,And U yon area fMcNeilJ
In editorial paragraph
000. Lentatns,:possessed $1
.lf ,'" 1. Claudius, a freedman,. lived$12. 00- eyed better than: "mother" But you looks after the thfogf that., .
Z#, r"l lew .f sons 000.:.-.Augustus obtained from the!!testamentary wont bi able to judge' unless'.yongive'our ,need attention. I I
:
,
ttt to not always poUcy to'aeknowl- disposition xrf his friends- 0, ; I eeatb Street ,West 'of Avenue
trial. *
"f y, edge a defeat Jk. little coolness at the some people will leave their fortunes a ,
1.!erltla1 ntoment'sometimes saves tile to their sovereigns less than $161;: :- I WAnt, barFACDUmaLT. .1 *
f..t::' day.q in'the: aM described In'Mr.'utpkr."Soey 434230. ,Tiberius left at Us death the I IOHN SSEYBOLD12'sTRECT' .' 'Cuna Miami Fla. ll
..
., of Opaps.ny F." la.acaeooater enormous sum'of 1106, 04,380, which ,
: .
,
,I-' .lane. d1lliq-,tile civil war Caligula said to ,bare squandered .

'' *.... ,ssMlersv; ea* treat each army in a single )-ear. Vespasiaa estimated TIat'a. the ,Sun l ', -' -- '. "
,, taps face to face.withia short range.; at his ascension that the money:which rJ:>t!:
.x''l :Back pot op.hi* gun and..lied;.. K the maintenance of the commonwealtli If-l thMk'the'I.- I'' I' : "':

/ ahseqnenUy.. appeared, his last cartridge. required was $1,701580,000., '_"'" lr+I*, .._ y3"*' .,If fro' pay'to reai this paper yoa' I .H.F.! :'Scruggs & Co. ;
Both missed.' The bullet of one
toO !
cried Hannah Plant of Little jBock, can read Tn Sow ,
.
: aaa.baried Itself, in'a-tree, and the Tk WUtft City I. tk. w.N&There .
; 'hot of the.other passed through:th* cannot possibly be.a: whlta, Ark, "for the relief I got from Buck WITHOUT' EXTBA Ezraxsa. .

; .' -coat *f his enemy. ."Kacfe man, know- city:than Cadis unless It be built olsnow. : 1_'. Arnica Salve It cared my r.I fear Plumbing Steam: 5

las;bis &mm"Hh>a was con*, .u..ed, Tbe best way to approach.the itfnl I i i ruaatoc sores, which nothing else Ask user write QS and ,
/"Majaclf to be at a disadvantage.. port la.tDtaU a'trip on cat of, thi' would Deal, and from which I had sot- ,. and has Fitting 4LUMBERSt'

$, .OB* .f them made' a great show of man steamers which ply between thepoets' '|fared tor I .,.,.." It is a mamlow ,
1 .lenadtag his. gun aad stepping.forward of Morocco and Spam. Aa year ou VV'll tell Low.
[ hesler for eats,:11 boras and ;trOa.... you .
the > .
deataaded a surrender. Th coast yon see to front of yoga ( SUPPLIES ETC.
;4tfecr;Jthrew don Us arms with 'a whiteJ mass, ,which appears 'fobs. ,i Guaranteed at aB daggtotaJ Prio .... t- ,

: : .,..., floating.upon the water. Just as'you ,
"'II I bad another eartrldce, I would are. The first thought of a foreigner to! L ': 816 Avenue D :' : : Miami. Fla

.,aaesar svnnder he ezelsimed.r that be Is to sight of an Iceberg/ The I

}i"'''Hat'rap tight calmly rem edit white mass, glittering to the sun and: Atlantic ::Coast Line .. I ..
-aeeQtor. marching elf his prisoner. rendered more danllng by the blue sea. -
-tt I bad another,'yes a*y. be sare and sky; looks exactly like a monster

: '4; eaaaiaat .aatt asked,.yoe'.to' aarre lea mountain partly melted., that outlines THROUGH SCHEDULE .

u .. !:' of castles and hin appear upon It J M. J.
.1 Yarborough
I bat only for a second does tile Illusion: Florida 0 Carolina .
: 1M 1.._.. ..rbi .. &....:: last."for you know there are no icebergs : Georgia,-Alabama, Cantina North .

"?les two plies of advice rd la that part and yon are quickly; p ,and South

r*at to civ about be.eyoooeti".said informed that yon are looking at Cadis., H The great Highway of Travel between Contractor 'and ,Builder

,the aaa ,who has kid tweed them. No other tows to the world present' i I. "
c;; -OM at them la,lifter to oa a tone sea rach a magic appearance., I Builder of the Pain Beach tote
aa ; ,Tejatfwtta your... wife'The others I'' ,
I Florida and the East and West. North and&Sooth
.> am take.a loaf automobile trip tti ____ el s.', i Moving
;.efth berTv., pled both, and both The moving finger writes and having ., It 0' ... ". House a SpecialtyMiami
I
-? ,, line ten miserable fallares would j ,writ,moves CIL"-,w. can BO mere: '1.11..1 .. "
o .. at ga lty of aaek aa aaehrrabooa top"or gmlde Its writing than could the > Florida

.; eep.nt. bad' both:of my' wires net wild man whoso relics wo look for to. ,}..i |ii-nt 8emoe.E1ca' Pullman Equipment I Magalfleeot Dining CaRn'of i .
eagreed with.mo ta both Instance the drift of another geological period .
Jtat tUak ef kattof Knocked down anttp I than oars.:.What to still more. humiliating i S3 '
-1"J SarrierV:of e.ayntl.sallty.wbkl practicallywe, can BO mart. tell' the ) .x -' DIXIE FLYER ,;p' I "

tt: ,',putDcaDy[ 'shielded 'yoa during 'the what It to going to write erne tDIDOI'-l Celebrated V .FLORIDA AND: :WEST INDIA LIMITED DUNHAM. "I THE, ; ,CANOVA ::1\,

,4 eoeslUship toiad yoanelf for tight or row,thaa could that car Trains j MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. ...." (

:t.. ''U. till la web dose eompaaiooshlpirith troth, there to, BO science of history. .. Miami, Decorating Company
{i: : .
. \ year bettor half aa M offered oaaw Oc.eedve-a.man ...' Ie natd ,than' ... ,
.h. .e'llueastiUs BoaermooBl Ira awful Freeman to history, greater to science .. ,..
.rbeh yvY fbJ a.ef I Iaea7i It. wed I wasoa than Darwin deeper'.reread to laawa.eIIarUter II COHYKKIKKT OF TBAVZLIKOAtUnlic : tt... aed Scar!. ,

: ply lilt ... raich was the aotosasMi than Oeorge,Eliot-yet be' Coast Una ODe thoasand mil1'tickets''good over 14,000 miles of rtllrosd -

,fI''TF *....-,.* were oary tare day i could not era roughly draw the map; : mnraetBii all porticos of the 8oathoa sale at all principal agencies, at 'P aiiitizig'
: JB.th*. load ,waa> I was reminded' *f i of Earope_ It.may be a little time, rasa qf... each. LimtUd to one year treat date of parohase. For fall oom> :
..*: MB wh tumid to his wife dnrtag bean. The neap of letters which God' v:41 reliable laformatloa rofftrdiaf ratat sehedalea, palbaaa serrloe.eto.
';: 5,taefir.boaeymoaa sad said 'Doa't 700: put In the band of Us empire. builder,. Ifrlto :
'. ', '.... torn. triad would eon alongr, bidding him nuke'with then .what' "'n< C. B&yWo.,1I&, 4 PU An. 1f. D, Stark Trawllaa;Pas*.Afeai Agency 'PeatV Wall Papers. R
V":i?"' '_,'yss,'dearabe sighedtar aa en-.!I: word he court"t '1ta ;Bay Street, Jaekaoanll, Flu.it. .' > .

" ,x' ;" caw ..7nrPbuadetpbla Jteeord: 1 dlsamy.-Loadoa Saturday Review.. ..),((1'Rssnoa,_Trimo rugsr.'d4 W.. J. 0raI&; Gea'1 Pusener 4q Call or write for;Estlmai ites.", Omce 1315 'Artafe! D '

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