The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00884
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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The Metropolis is Enjoying the Most Flattering patronage'< in Its History. Why ? Because It Gives.I.All the News, All the Time


'AN. N6BY. NECROS ATTACK[ ASSAILANT Silver ubilee and 29th Contention iof ''AN ORDINARY WORKINGMAN'S[ ;tt .

I. the American Federation of Labor


ff November 13.Thetwentyfifthinnual day for the printers will be warm

a convention of'the ly supporteed by the Federation I
COURTS ANGRY American Federation>'1' of labor coin-' I I It.la understood that a determined I I .Y

White' laD Has Close Call To .cldent wlthHhe'if silver Jubftoe of theorganlxatio4 I'effort will be made on the part of :: West Coas :er Draws Comparison of the City of Today With
;! the Federation of Labor to bring The

Being Lynched AT JUSTIGES I I : ;; which was founded m 'about the unionisation of the farmers t Village: of a Few Years Ago-Is I Town for Rica 2nd Poor

this city a quarter<< of a century' ago, of this country and their afflliationwHh I ,

was opened-here today.Samuel the American Federation of I I
,, Qompers, the president off Labor for mutual and protection. Ik j An ordinary worklD .n'. opinion ness life .
And and
Threaten cold
ty1(6R0 to Hake Trouble I a world.
$ Wlsconkin and nf
Minnesota a number Miami, Its Improvements ,
the Federation and future
RAPIST called the contention I Is this a por man's
of'Farmer Unions have been formed developments lee!
For Them Unless They Take to order f;; and delivered the openIng I in answer to questions No doubt some of you will
: alre.-ul, and, according to the of want ft
A statement Inquiring
by LewC.
L ADMITS HIS GUILT to Filing Commitment Papers I(I ad.1reuifn which fee outlined the of the offlcla's' of' ,the Federat Stewart it Lee County, Florida questions l Dttle explanation In regard to' these

various Important -questions which ion, the affiliation""of these farmers' West Coast j I. and the way they are'anawend. -

'More Promptly. I to be considered k ware and acted'upon unions with the American Federation i My Dear Friends: Before I left you, I matter. We'l.for: it posslb y will be a hard F

fH- of:Labor Is merely a matter of time. I had so many' requests to "write and me to answer- the first OMas
-:1: by the convention. The number oft I have never been fly
'I > rhe let know a rich (so
leaders of Ithe Federation area us what '
And Will.. jii Hinged on Earliest I AU of this mornings session of the ',,delegate attending':\ the meeting 1 I enthusiastic over the prospect of an after you get there"you that think I have of de-It far as money In concerned) bat 1!' ft.,,1

L Date Allowed by Law-IlorrliNathan County Court was occupied In the about six ha .Jrfd. The representationIs alliance: of the city wage earners with elded to ask|the Miami Metropolis to moneyed man wishing peace and -
taking of testimony In the pleasure next to ua ure..
.. : cue of R. distributed on the following: basis: the farm hands and farmers allover place In print! my answers to heart free Jt

Released From Con I E. Watson rs. the F. E. C. Railwaydamages From the national or international the country. The Western Farmers' of the questions I am satisfied many from a world of worry in the trace'
you north U
$200. The suit Involve unions, formless than 4000 members Unions have will ask I lots of fishing lots of hunting;;
sent delegates to the convention do this because I fear
flection With Death of Snsan pay for the killing of a horse owned [the same o'd hospitality' the Bonds., :
one delegate? for 4000 or more, two and It Is not expected that the It would be asking too mach of Bros. ." i-
!by defendant by the said railroad. It delegates lOOO has always been famed 'for. a abler: '
IIrJ' ; or more, three.oJele- proposition of an affiliation will meet Stout and Isaacs of the Myers Presto .
will probably be concluded this afternoon I where one can stop a man theatreet
gates i 16,0000r on
more four delegates oh, well
; with The
'), 32,000 or spore? five delegates; 61,- There Is a strong faction which advocates Press Is for !Lee county and there is civil and ask a question and get a*

Saturday afternoon the Jury was 000 or more;;:six delegates; and so ou not only the exclusion of quite a lot that can be said of Old! I answer Shout being stormed
trying the Issue of thl State R #rate. [at. or havl2 an introduction
against |at the &am,] From central labor Chinese labor but a'so of Japanese, Lee -Pshaw,
Atlanta Nor. 11- T.. C. Justice AC.Grlfflng charged with assault and 1 bodies tad state lit looks ro me as if this would be the
federations and Coreaas "WeH. I : here.
and others and It Is expected am Some of yon were
f Me, 'waa tafctnred by a negro mob battery, brought in a verdict of guilty.:I from local tinlons not having a national ,that an extension of the existing with me several years ago and Bra. p ace Why if you have',money yoacua ; .

Lhere today,:'tharged<< with criminallyjuaau'tlBg The ,following sentences were then : lor international union and exclusion laws will be strong"y advo. Stout. In particular, needs no descripf have your' own boat::'your own'

a Negro.g.rl. pronounced Jeanie I I'from federal|labor unions, one del e-! sated As to European Immlgratloh flora of the beautiful! bay and Its banks ;i[yon man please.to ran 1t It and looks go' to and come when" s,
Sanchez selling: liquor without l me ii if the d
I | lined with waving
| It wfll probably be recommeded to cocoanut trees _
: order
the a
Only a vigorous charge by police llcenseflned man who could
a not
$250 and cost and get pteaenre'for
I I I Among th %most Important matters educational i beautiful frontage for
i iwh tests and a poll tax. any city To his
.,re.cuecI'lUtJee from the negroes,jrho to serve thirty days In jail and In '.ch will come up for consideration : Other Important matters which will I !those who have not seen It they are money here would Indeed:be da
were more one thousand default of the payment' of the fine she '! : unfortunate individual. However;;
than In the convention aa
the |unfortunate.
are question lu'I be given conslderab'e attention are I shall not .try to describe I have -
:a.t. whotfWere endeavoring lynch is to serve an additional sixty days' regard to the' exclusion of Mongolianlabor the question of a universal eight-hour it; there Is too much of the I (In said never having been rich ':
Impr'sonmenU! money) III ask
t1 Excitement Is running high Ransom I the {matter concerning the day. ch'ld !lab?, swift shops and grand and beautiful work of, the Almighty explanation has forgiveness, if my
Hnmphreys.convlcted of I been vague, '
aggravated -
movement dlsp'ayed
: among printers. a'l over the [federal Injunctions. for my poor pen to Now
? ; assault ordered J' I let us come down fo t
:JIM,'WALKER to pay a fine country In j ii.favor of an eight hour I I Among the entertainment featuresof attempt the t allk. : the next
of $25: and question about It
or serve sixty days in beings D
pont mans
ADMITTED-HIS GUILT working dajrand| the proposition of. the convention will be a banquetfor In a few short years since our little, town. This Is
jail the
forming a f rmers' union to be afflll the party of so-called filibusters I I question you and a$
delegates .
I and a trip In droppedthe I
John Dean plead wish to get at and! I
gut ty to a chargeof ated the ; wut to by to ,
Atlanta. Nor 13- Jim Walker the malicious with American Federation of special train over the great terminal Gladiators anchors at the month yon that from what
mischief leatfese/in
negro, charged with criminal assault wITh a fine of $10 and and was let ofi Labor. It is stated on good authority ,c'rcu't about this! city, which has be I of the Mlam j!rlver.! wonderful changes!T r there is no excuse for so far
cost, which he whatever a
) that the ,convention will Insist upon come famous the have taken place. It Is real'y' like' ,man,
upon ttrs. Moore about three weeks pa during tyast year by who wishes to work J\IJl"lda: in'
the rigid;enforcement of the laws the great number of noted !!Jletlt'11 a dream ,from the "Arabian Nights,",i I|ami
ago/lust and Dale
Jt-.. '
: Heyser
onts'de the city limits, when a and the other court and I county. Vyrk.ia pleaitlful -
exc 'am -
uding Chinese labor from th mpted to
s and lay aside
individual who have
inspected myi
offlcla's in a'l f
are > the dUfercn'/tradec
experiencing the
brought to trial today confesed his sametronb'e country. Its a'so stated that the'the tonnageprocuclng districts and pen In despair when I begin to realise! sad, .
pDt He wl'l be sentened to hand : In bringing prisoners to trial, movement In favor of what I have bDdertalten. lis likely t, conJnne ro.for..> a load '.
an eight hour the method of bandl'ng the Wide level, I
,at the earliest date'aJowed..by law ss did Judge Jones in the Circuit -- traffic .. rock streets, I i concrete sldewalks.stone, fine to come. I will state{my,reasons '

Court, on account, of the committing and brick business for thinking !.tu en. 'Common ,!a-.

magistrates faring: to send down the / eW-Yprk Horse Show Opened with cloud,reaching houses churches, I I bor is In demand wages for medianIcs -* 9

!MONEY MARKET' papers In the cases at or following the! belching forth spires great,cicadasmoke factorystacks ranging! from 12.50 to 5.00 per t
commitment At the opening of the of defendants.the court last Af: Madison Square Garden Today magnificent hotels lovely cottages trade day according to proficiency: and the ,qty

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IN A TREMBLE Monday It Is sad! there were no less "-- .,coannts pa'ms residences and flowers., waving All co: This Is a union town., All or pretty #t l

than f teen prisoners- I YoriNovember ot near all of trades have
against New this and'more their, un
.- '. j 13-This Is must be ridden by amateurs. Among far more meet the ;
ey' i ion .
whom "; i and
there they
was no known charge except f1. In direction I are open to ne.. embers -
the opening-day'.of the Twenty-first the minor trophies Is the Hotel Mar every as you step ashore =
v that they: had been'omc1allJ' committed !o I the tm t everything run
New Orleans i National, II'oyse Show at Madison tinique Challenge Plate for mares or land from a train In Miami. Is It ning
Nor. 13- News of the and as a result the prosecnt- smooih'y and satisfactorily* -

Ijgfgmp'la Liverpool ..reached here before 'ng attorney had to get at them the Square., ,Garden,-J4* an event which 'an and ge dings, to be shown_ to full any... think wonder that; the brain whirl: when along these line... All business house
te* sized e at the
gigs, owner to time came
the opening of the local cotton best way he cou'd by filing Information ,,nual'y attracts thousands of feversv j drtve.accompaBled all we es show every' sign of prosperity, s'.
by a servant. This was will woods and when
'market plate must Mr,
this morning and caused In most of the cases The court which Is very encouraging
at this
fine horse '
ji ,, to this city. the won twice Waddell begged us to
.. by the same buy
panicky feeling which: resulted"In "a authorities are getting tired of such ; I owner. property season of the year.
i| From to the National 'Another favorite that we laughed at him?
year4 cup is the Aldle
decline of It A bale soon after the negligence on the part of the magistrates h.ave I The Florida East Coast Railway Co.
[ 'and have !,i Horse Shows,,: gained In professional Cha"enge Cup for the best hackney remember he made the remark; Is doing a great s
announced that work In
someone ''
Thai break as ,we'l as social or ha'f bred "Bo,., TaU are making developing
-.i importance hackney mare or gelding a bg mistake; this
i at LJverpoI Is to section. The
was more } going get Into trouble unless the coming : extension to Key .
and now the-New York Horse Show bred In America, to be shown In sing'e day Is for Miami" I think .
IS a bale. December rases are more | West is golog to'
options regn'arly and proms j i t prove
of a
is'probably' She of the harness it now and also certain words >
most other
,rUdfT closed Saturday at 11.31 openedandlboa.dropped y; brought Into Court In the future Importantfunctions to appropriate vehicle. doubt one of 'Che great eigfneeriag' '
MJO In\rwh'ch:., America's aristocracy This rap<< must a'so be,won twice by as I look aronad which runneth thus* features of '
; the
points .present
But '
age. I
er. do..u. _,' GAROO OF'84RK ZION of wealth takes part Recog- the same owner "Of>: an \ I have to call a halt and if.the editor-.
n'xlng the steadily' The sad words of
increasing import- horse show will last all week tongue or pen will be kind
enough 1ow'm'
BEING BROUGHT ItfRf!['!ante of tht>event, the managers of and there wi l be three sesg:ocs everyday The' saddest' 'kre these: 't might have space at some time ta the to. 't
TREEl.GAR :the Shaw been. :
,OPERATIONS | Horse have constantly added beginning! at ten o'c'ock in the 1 I shall write again.

.:.* f. ; J to the number of c'asses and a'so morning and ending at midnight The I It we Dads, the tide at the turn we I, May be Yd
my mind will
be clearer
; i. -Yf( BE 'KGUN' Alt to the list bpd sUe of prizes, until attendance at the opening was exceed- I wou'd now be spending our vacations1 a few days for I la
.About one year the In must.. acknowledge r
.. ago German have reached Ing'y large European| capitals' hould ,
both( gigantic propor and brilliant and society we say that the changes that
'1i ., ONCE bark.Zion was hurled upon the re..f bona =|| was well represented. have desired.! Let us come out of the!: taking place In {iliaoU .hue' or are
"1'. |i off Fort Lauderdale and wrecked. The I From Ib'f or seventy the number cloud. and dreamland It we can inf'rather made the wheels every' dayjtave: ;.',

:,:. ", craft was heavily! laden with 'lumber of ewes to,:be judged was Increased MINNESOTA STATE 'CHAHITICt. ] such surroundings; back to the bad lkla m,. \ea"-" go around r
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.l.f..M* *>J Thomas K. o'c uen. president and the ship and cargo were bought from year to.' ,;:If ear, until It has reaChed BRITISH I ."..

f.Ytae ;OCo8aei'Construction. ; Combajft by McCrtmmon t: Co, of this city fora 137' this year Besides the classes 8t Peter. Wna November 13- SQUADRON Coney Island Twelve hundred American

West i.small_ ar out. Many loads of lumber" 'I which were !#Ib'ted in former years The fourteenth Minnesota State Conference f IN NEW YORK sailors! wfi entertain''an;

: .Chester. Ps, one of theptOBtTfomlnent :were"removed,from the stranded there are Several special c'asses. equal

raI'road and street ha k' though at considerable loss to which will add considerable Interest of Charities and Corrections I number of British sailors! and Prince ?

constructing companies in the :the purchasers and la which a barf to the dUp'tThe total of the prlsea]I opened here today with large attendance Grand Program I of entertainment Has [Louis of Batlent>erc. Admiral Evans ?Sand

-:.. t7..who has been, .'in the city for valued at more than $1.000."and the offered aggregate 137,000, not Including I I of delegates from all parts Ban Planned several? hundred prominent' officers :

fist ieveral days", returned north schooner Llnerla valued at $10.000'1?' the famous $500 Waldorf-Astoria a of the state. Governor Johnson do- i of the American 'and British
Jorday nightpfTrConnenV were. sacrificed, both bola; drtna"e Challenge cup!for the best gig horse llvered the opening address and welcomed New York, November 13.-The program [ships wM visit the men while

visit to,Miami nor- the beach durlnr blows, while working and several other prizes of a slmi'ar the for the,-entertainment they'are ; _
delegates. L. of thomren at
e dinner.
A. Rosins
jrtl much to the city as he came at the wreck The LlnerU kind. HI .fit
t.. purpose of surveying the'route The entries of the state board of control and Unlt- and men of the British cruiser | The American sailors who
: wrecked, ,last and after that the own-;! ;for the Waldorf Astorla 1 pay for ;

.'tfrtng anestlmateon| 'construct. en of,"the bark and cargo gave upal *1 cup must, be'driven by their,, owners ed States Senator Xante Nelson u, qua.lron now on A visit in this day, ,i the dinner have' taken-good. care to aIt

!the trackage' for" the. operation attempts to 'save 'the baanoe: of: and detersMidprotesslonal: drivers I among the prominent speakers ww'll .hoI 'Includes two ;'important. features for I supply a sufficient amount* ,of liquid

iJUse'ears of they Miami Street Car the ,material though fully onethirdstil ;ran ,barred., j' hls cup must be won address the conference, during the iolay'. j refreshments to pat -'

>tin?! tO'Connell remained In the chip. Since then'J three limn before it. becomes the undisputed I I three days of Its session. The first and most Important is the the very best hamor. neat.-14-

i, was very much pleas, nothing has been heard of the oU tier property of the ,winner'-ThisIs I I reception and [ The'it', average J

tJa hl. Visit and;while it la not set and her cargo. until Saturday,l.! 'probably di.;i mat eagerly: soughtitortjophy -Blseayne Waltz" : luncheon which the allowance per man to said to be fifteen
Raaiv.dProf Chamber
eea It la very probable: that h when lumber ; of Commerce has arranged i glasses. '
? quite a raft of the removed offered, at the horse. show.Another I II" I
i ecore the,contract for the work by the Messrs. Brlckeli. .was j I ''valuable, cup )Is' that offered :I I !: R. E. Hall hat received the_ In honor of Prince Louis of Batten i

;tbe promoters.; Messrs.' B. Band towed into port by three launches andbe by>the American Coaching Club for ''first consignment of his music. "Bl. berg and his Officers. A large numtxr HARVARD BUMPING RACES '
others, announce' wfll '. being stored today, on.the bank of the,best road;:[team four-In-ban L to,cayne Waltz",and Is busy today put of prominent men have been Invited .,

re,De, .i i ImmeJlately after the hoinwh !the .:Br1 teU' the south be 'shown 'to :V coach I Boston Mans. November '
property on anl 1 driven by I t|I ting it on the local market. Thiswaits to the function and It will be I' ...11=" The.
4. s rapld'f through to ddeotfitte"flyer.:::; There ,'.in, about the Downer, who as a coachman must I[ Is said to be exceedingly'beaajtifu aSost first series of "Bumping a- "
one of the Interesting of f ==
r loo.eoo'teet. of-lumber In the-flit tbMa&1iit b*approied-kk the. committee I.I(i and fascinating and .-It Is:pre I .events iheDormftory Crew" of Harvard

company !i $& 'negotlittai.can 'X, ther weather" proves, gooj cap muit be von..twice by the same i dieted by music critics bat it willcome be II In which Prncr: Lou's will take part akes : :
; 'and.other necessaiyilppage ie:winter,itIs_expected*that'all,of owner,to become his property. one.of.the popnl dances of.tae ,It is quite interesting In that connection .be pace tod y and win wlntfjnp' .... '
and they propose. to, give be material will have been taken off. Then there;:!* the Hunters' Cap; day. It is nanasomely' gotten up that threw York Chamber of regular Bumping nee area ."
feature '
I by,this time next year a streetservice' i The Zion la said to be hrtactonthtecf offered by Alfred B Mac'ay. for hunters with a cover in gold and black, representing Commerce obtained Its charter from i I of the university
second to none In }the \.though hogged and,In a:; condi- that Dave}hunted at least eighttimes a scene on Biscayne king George Ilk re-ly
e> and south in point of efficiency Mon that'wou'd not permit of an"effort in the last I
wth.IOme the
year rec water from the BaJ'1 The other event of the Races
day be ng the .
boats da
I .at 1I1n t not bomb, U
ognised! pack j of hounds All entries: Palm.HoteL |the great of the
.., ',,' ninny bluejackets at ihry woa'd break,_'being too: fragile.

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The. Daily Miami Metropolis I TheMan'on' the 1 ;: eI o



of the U. S I
The most Southern' newspaper published on the i"J '
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' PUBLISHED, EVERY DAY EXCEPT--SUNDAY-- ," sjThey tell me." said the Toluble After November. 1 1st-
,i .f ClttClLATlOKTw ." :; citizen, "that Sammy Fltts Is on the14t '

L ... by. Mall.....J5.00 Three 11onthl..U;; list again. Have you heard I '
2BO One week. by Clirrler ......... .10 Be sure you see our up to ;date Hunting Materials = 'e
lis II it*t Well ,it'. so, and do you know eto

that every time Fltts gets sick he S':UBi
Advertising, Kate made known on application. BEFCJRE on your hunting trip. : '
--- -- you go
'- i tie. handwriting Thou host been tried s
I''ali'd' found wanting!' on the wall, and
the Court House
III and 434 Twelfth Street. ,.,' _nfo" Opposite I[forthwith thinks his 'cashing In time

MONDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1905, I'hat come. Miarnii
Ja'aWatsoh ; :d.
< I! ij'Thls has.occurred about forty-: ;
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TIiAT1FEDERAI( BIMDING' p! .1 1 > I'Oren! dozen,Umca.! bud it f never A faciatiiAt a '

1 every Ume Sammy goes to bed '
4 0
fota'rcpa'.ra: he sends for a friend and o '
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Now.that the Miami bar has initiated the step towards securing an attractive I conn Jc s in him where to find .certain I II !egooo.o eoo oooYooeoeooo ,

It behooves every I P&bcrs and documents and what to -
and appropriate ft>l1l'ral building In this city. { 4 !
I do with his carcas providing his soul
other organization, and individual not only In Miami but In Dade county. '
: decides to migrate to another word!
hand and do all, In their or.hiS. power to further and accomplish I I POSITIONIs 11 t
to lend a : :fI5ut he Is not dead yet; bets worth
l I *
this 'pniposeWith i tctj, thousand that have. come and 'this community Safety

'the proper efforts 'ittre!" must be a great possibility of such an 'i I gone j !,1 and will live long enough at } t is assured You flyl IietTC Razor

Institution being acquired. The Forlda; delegation! to Washington win i',. and,I rate to cut another caper or two C mow that some of' STROPPING. NO HONING
:' Iii',;.Dade county politics." I 'be very best fames -
power otherwise to bring ,
all In their ,
work for an appropriation and do ""
1f1! are oar patrons Perfection a1 Laf
about the desired result and though it will rest mainly with them the peGI,I, I ave you noticed how nicely that' ti.i { '

pie can stimulate their efforts by being in unison and presenting a memor ':' pan of, Avenue D in front of Jaudonscoq'itmI I I ''URPHOTOGRAPHS Z' m ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS'KEEX'

Sal that must attract and Invite the closest of attention. j i son house has"been filled In 'fl.rh .. nPly Lather and ;SfcaYtf.
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Miami is entitled to a federal bnlMlng. and can 'lay more claims for ; add Improved queried citizen of is tie THERE IS NOTHING TO ADJUST,

the Man On the Corner ;,1, ti ;NOTHING TO LEARN.
honored. It U a part
Bach .Institution than other places a'ready, so ;
hixto'in rtinr"*'! u Iftfp lutes connected with l ? -are seen In most IUILT LACE *: I The wonderful feature of this razor i is ter
', 'custom and Immigration>service; has a postomce ranking that. work." be contl1ufd. "Bg! John t r4 *".. houneboulds IA WATOIblade.i Twelve blades (twenty-four sharp

,the State United States Commissioner etc. and IB In line for an United Cp man. street superintendent andlnCdentally Ai 1 advance la pho- ITO LASTIfOtYEAB. edges) asTHraaspaper. HAKn-asto + rtt
and .atsrraa'whslteooegowith'w ;
I .. ,. TOCGH >
:- plates_Court assignment, All of these departments, of the federal govern- the man who: did not iographic method! : : ; 'each set; 'EaCH 't

neat.would necessarily and by right have Quarters In' such,a, building. Be- !strike BUy I'altcrl.Jn. was riding 'his giii e'bas been. very considerable ',>. :; BLADSigoodfer fromswam +v v E luA
side thts'Mtandls growing., It Is In line. :to ,be a large and .Infnenta'dtyand'the wheel along the above: thoroughfarea during '; 'r TO' FORTT 'alIi
a: Jays, ago when the steed and ,the, last few years. "t' 'a'I.; r 1a.vaaA
government having as, of its purpose the upbuilding\ and f tT
; : .. ; one mod refused to connect and John wasthrbwn ,If you would know ; .
'development. of: *:the country., must" ,recognlte thla fact and lend a supporting I Il harder than the:lick which '. how, considerable, I :N': d {'a'l
e'j" i. '
hand,. .- : fill!!BllIy. He rolled around'and ;about. r call at, our, studio TIIIoIo.a- i'' } Aua ded aCcld 3
p t The federal building project"!* a move well made and one portending 'In%;'t the! mire" one ,or'two' times" and You will see samples __w ill Medal st 56'1Ens

Bach to Miami Do not let the new-born thulium lag'but keep It' up. i wjjpn! be got up he was: a sight He J Ir' that must ex i IZ.15.00I .bU*. a r

If 'odisea, at himself or that part of. cite your keenest I} ..
get the Florida.fele'gatlon thorough'y Interested In the matter, and they ; l Yin' .
.himself} he cou'd sec, and be looked admiration. I ...---.' trihI P .
glee 'the will suitable and ;creditable government "b gal
best>> efforts Miami have a e l'
the $1.00
'" at street, a beautiful specimen of I ,
4 building.' mild and fl'th.! t A number of people : Albert :
I Kaufmann
aA. John fa'I: 'saw him get up. saw

HELP THE, TEACHER. I him' mount his wheel and. ride away Cor. 14th St., Avenue D. Mian i, I For Sale by .
II wltji i a Til de d- if I donY exiprocsion -
I I ____.__._ I Biscayne' Drug f (Company
,. and an hour or so later saw II

The,Gainesville Sun propounds this true and valuable" Information to two' city t..v3 loaded with rock drive I I .j : ,r. b-

schoo'i I up:[and deposit their contents In the -_ _-_- -__-'_ -
scholars and patrons of public : .. I I' rI c
"At"'the'school. the "')'oungg'(1' ,:, and.) TIare under the, control ,of 'the :one; and adjacent! spots to where John A Notorious* Li '! :
h4 i Household
teacher 'The teacher does,not, desire.to .have any favorites, and Is anxlous i a'l the puddles had been filled. In John I,I Money to oo furniture l lI

to.have, one learn as. another. The teacher has no favorites, but t rode by again this time giving them I Il u I II II

it' would. be perfectly natural for a teacher to be more kindly toward a Il the1 highball and m.klng'remark;

acho'ar: that never caused them any' trouble than one who Is always,creating that 'Sounded something like 'That I ; Without removing it from the house in,

dissension. I wal as easily done as cleaning up the I I f sums of '5.00 and up. Can be paid back in
.. "
sidew alk in front of Lcff ers store. !
*t you. want.. to make a young anarchist of your boy. Just take aides I Wih John would fall In front of sums of fi.oo a week. Business strictly {

with him! on every question ,that comes between him and the teacher. When my:|.place," remarked one citizen: 'I confidential.1! Write us and solicitor will call, ....,.

borjs.: _sure of the support of his parents In every quarrel he has In'. men." said another and as several'I I''
school you1;can ,rest assured that he will 'not hesitate to get into trouble, others were approaching with a hal-I
JKJ matter whether' he'"s oz 'the. right or.. wrong. side. Hljah) expression. 'en. 'their- 'faces the- q CITY LOAN, OFFICE
Max On the Corner vamoosed for fear

'f.,.. ."The boy ,who has! ,h'g every whim.Indulged at home goes to achoo' h a!;might\ be called \upon to*'lead aPrMer !LI"w I ,. r ..

4 wlt"tbe! "expectation! *of* the came treatment,. and It Is such boy that are meeting with "ttrect Ii.i'provc.nI I .( ::1 ) '

< often. privileged: to. ,leate school and gray 'up In Idleness. and" 'headed. ,for >ents"i as the topic. w t OPPOSITE POSTO?."Cf.. ,1 1,4

,the downward oath that has room :enough.,,for.the feet to'tread., to, ruin.. Let F.rl-S:. ,.. ,-. : 1ittiiiTI "1 -.- '- ,..;- '

the teacher'hare'fu'lcbarge'othelrcopdurt, .. p. and we, will.venture,the,attention tThe' ; I voluble citizen came down theatteet :
with an erect bearing and look y
(luit fern of Jhcrr. wii: go wrong.. oung Pharmacy
.- '" t of'tsef-satisfacUon: and, his greeting f. Advertiser:
"It U beet for the parents to try and let the teacher show the scholar tQ.rthe Man. On the Corner was Quite .

... what. -la, best frr'hln., : 'and.it will.lighten 'the burden of both.: teacher, and cbs!rlng. "Well we have passed amost c "f1"\i'{ftII trcr ttceor ID you that this INCORPORATED

4parents and or:en icv the boy.- dangerous place, In" 'the', :road, 1JI/?,1$jut what tllA .public take !
Jour" to IIP,at time* 'a Botorloanlic I
but we got through without shaking ; ;" TOe declare in glaring type ;

Last week.- ..proved a.bad one,for the'bosses.. I .. .. much of'our !load off. Our experienceIn that Just *hoe. ,are thr .belt o., i A Drug' Store. for: The; People
M I .
in mal ;
ihe week two in earth or that your clothing "'| T
> I ,' past or our county: '
We._have.. ,heard-- of. ballots being burned, but it remained for,. "New. :Yorkto affairs has ben very vexatious: but lo'allor take the Made Uoub'e rood,to Yet explain roes nettr war- I *

set. the,example soaking;'em la the rher. i U, ones who have come out all. rightat4 Thai I.: the important Uca. Tile I That's our motto,. and ,it has been the means of adding hun.deeds .*

.," the ones who have' shown the ad.sea writer Jon' >tells i>icfc them..tm4- of new'customers to our list' We sell :only the/puj;.

,\Prime,.Minister,'Wttte seems to be "making. .a very' good. beginning, ,,under real 1 stuff In them. There. Is! no doubt .tlear.>"..*i.. and OOMTincio. est'drugs.' All filled
prescriptions are by registered ,
i ; pharma l lGists.
n .' I .
difficult and trying circumstances lie ,will have: to employ; aa Ironbaad'agafnst'3be la. the world.that,DaJe Count, snerIff ".jnrr. Hv : and deputies are'the'most'- t"prl.teI'a Taut amount of bather We also carry the finest sodas ,and ice cream in thdcit"yi
iloteri.'The: more thoughtful element seems 'to be rallying and worry,beca.... be tentaadt. I i t -,
( j rent l In the State, but a man does not t
tki'sappor4; rat ...ie6 ..fIpeandtheir
ea di"1'l..y.
: to. 3 .,!- .',, .rt .. : .' dd'thls c disagreeable business..for nolh.i'i lb.prloeip arranci-nirnt. Printer 2 Doors North of Postoffice
"' I
". If'you are'a'good"want'advertiser you maj safely "go up higher." If Ing.' He gets no regular' stated salary ,..ar'* best Ink.ftale If ,pniprrty.."". Think bjndv.1 It ner i. : t p \ }1 T I

.J I .yon can sell a houee'or'a'buiee' or a piano or a typewriter through'a'threeltae 'and In order to obtaIn'hnda' a"d rk..e 'u .:....:. ii 1_' 1 I.' I W. E. Yo ngsPres.
tend par his deputies for the risks
.. ad. yoncac'leep; a- store. fujl{ 'of patrons with a proportionate. amount thijy'run I in the 11" b rge.of their dui' !B. fi. Davis Ad. Writer t 4l 1t v twa t
E advertising. \ .
( is'' h -
;. ie I: he entitled to the fees andmolnmaats .J .. ..

y ..-He'to.. .. '1I"el1'.p. .. c .}-hat ts. 11l' ll. at1iAed"; and a merchant..is well" sat lairmakem prescribed" Now that by the the cq:State)ib1oarJr8T t '-" 1 > eae t:

lifted: sometimes, to sell out.an, overatock'of'good: ,' at. cost, or.less., On < ba'eotakeh'the':feeding of tbe son of Italy hat on !he foo-! pndmournfu 18WILLIAM

#each-occaatoee yon have'ateiT"b p rtunit1." the news,of,which jw will im&oners that have been convicted I ly cmtcn.p,atr.l he p'au"Iblc J., BRYAN I

.. be' able": ,to' find only In the ads. .. Jut. of the hands of the "sheriff! ,' suptc -' story wh'ch sent hfai and bunJ-II ; .r, : a-O r .11,

.. %_ v.1' e'There ee they take a notion'to feed those teM more of his! fellows trot of New l IN FOROGN'I.ANDrt: \ il.
Is a'great, gulf between, he difficult" and "the Impossible" Sit Jail. And atm farther: they mi<& York:: Just prev'ous! to tie:: rpc"'nniClpal' *, I '

Sometimes it'Is difficult to, secure: whetFyouwant: .,.through want 'adT7tJgteS find,a jailor who would take care of electiiru, I' yea want la rue! !till\ Crgua's kUsrs af Pordga-Travel a*.. '
'" i 11 he jail cheaper than' Mr. Gore does. Man on The Corner. I I ,. : .Is.the hate t. Mbtcrib far the Cot. u-r'. a '
:; typft: .1' impossible. To secure It ,without want .. : rt"t 7'
advertising Is always difficult:-and, often Impossbl. .. They could make a saving right there. William 'J. Bryan editor. of :The Commoner,,aailed frpttt, dj
.-.*. -1 -'.,IK. i,4o.nir., ''' ,, And I tbe,' might:find' some-. "ono whoWou3J See' the Mrtropo'te before' placing f 'San Francisco September ?!. for a yeu'a visit abroad. In the ,

." The Eitrlnane Society'eliould' ,. serve papers cheaper than your order for fall xannonncements.} :] euMnie "of life trav.K'Mr.-Brvan will.visit the' following, "namcdcountriesa
e the, .acUve support of + : 1. 1 o'
and woman In Miami: who Vopposei to everyman MrrrotuxX, or: at least", would dl- I We have something pretty 'to show .. t at'rld.wAu
cruelty ,and brutalityThe very vi'lei( with..thenS"hy not, hire him? I you : .; .
hel! :essnesa of.poor,"patie t; ,.: ng.1'orbc" f' ", I JAPAN; BRITUH ISLTi8: < !
; l1l mals;is an ejoquent appeal tit yet I notice ,they ,have not asked ''I 'CHINA INDIA PHILIPPiN$1tLA.'tD6.. g
for that.kindness ud'mercy-'which; "the 'braveand- ', Sts''Frobock'to'pay office rent for his .f thank '.the L PesI". AUSTRALIA." EGYPT"' PALESTIJIK/Jt ",:' ri
v" .-. '' 'thoughtfully ..how.; *- '. KKVT ZKALAKDr. TURKEY. OHKECK.T' .,,,;- :
t..V'Uh' s: room in'the'conrt house.s SPAIN t .. ITALY: I 8WITZJtRLA5.po t !4
The 8nttanaegjktiwcrat, Life Oaj4' II ..., cried 'Hannah' of 'FRANCE; NORWAY OKRkUJJT.
Is a new dally, eomI'I(; to the 31etropolit Plant ,Bock; I. HOLLAND' 0
exchange table. fhe\Democrat'aa a weekly .la oae'of, he'beaHn s rMe no lib da Ung. Me'no.Uka dawork. Ark':" .f,' :1. :! I ]. Me want to go: back torcmnrrm lentstArn1earStilre.' It cured my;:tearfns'ivunfng'wresr v Tram t' each of the countries nanedlyr Bryce will wviteJ U rt'describing

_the gtate'and the six-times-a-week Ollprlng'prom"" : to be' In full."keep-, ht'\"ork, ." ).an'Italian 1n the .whichnothing alas, observations and dealing particularly., with the politl, is
Ing'with Its parent. Mesas SheVwool end Pound; puibllsEenand propr cjij/Jall/ Sttl.rday"Me uiaka .j '' would'1 h'eal.'and I : cal If f.,of the countrlm visited. '- .
moD from which I :
rn ; : had! suffered ,, These letters will btt published in The Commoner, and these wko Y
stop and'jroTLaFonUsse.,, ,edttotn_ well :feel, proud"of- the Dally-L Dem IifIlla da banan! byneb,cia.man come for 5 yean." It is a macvelou ,, ."dt'llCf'lO read very one of these letter. I\lioukllOll.! no time AD subscribing "
3">AH */ < M "
ocrat.. May It live__-long and prosper wet, .. 'j Jhng. 'wy: 'Ton"wiuta go to Hoi; healer tar ,cuts burns and wounds.Guaranteed 'I for Mr. Bryan's. papr. 11 'J j ;T
.i'tla.(; .- gt '''oay; plenf t' eel, nil rat, all uRl ts. Price Jit '"Tb Commoner;J lsissued werklj and the subscription price is y0
'If pAy- u'undi. I $1.00 By with,, the publisher wr ,
-for. gacrlmo. gee! )I.w' a year. special arrangements are.
The editlon the Jacksonville Metropo.la
.,. new. press which. rameaout5ahrlaj tlnk'of "ectloa! : Me 'vi'a: 'tof Hears enabled to offer for a short time only I the Commoner and the Miami
afternoon like., all other every day and special efforts of the Me- <11 .. Some b new, style of type WreklyMsropnlisone year both for 1200. when paid in adaeee-;
tropolis..'wit a.''daisy. This makes six presses the Metropolis bat insa1"M inaybe; me vota for Hears' get plenta for wedding Invitations, calling cards : or wr will Ket>4 The Commoner and the Miami Dally Metropolis' for, '
S mon: No vota for Hears' get plentaiftmori '' sine 't'IIP' to address for $5.O), the regular price of,th*
klncs the beginning Its career, the.present machne.! a Goss creatlo" ., announcements, etc, have Jnst been ) any paUl

bfnir pf'Jh. finest and' !molt perft-cj..& : .feeding Drwseaon:! the mar- ; ; Sa hundred maybe no getta received at the Metropolis office. If t Metropolis alone
wot a" for'Hers'. .toetlcm aou*. BananAnne desire Address nil orders to Mhulfrktbj C*,IWiml.fU._
>-ou work .
ket. The Metropolis congratulates Its nameeake upon its enterprise and any of this k'nd! call

(be Jut haCltjha$ 'een'88fflcIentV' ,successful TO stand the purse pressure : ; 'li.srsg' one'me sane t'rty ilava !In and let us show you something IL-I

"' ecet ary In.acquiringone of these sp'endid presses. i nit mon' SacristUsImoK! !*" And tM nice .
'f ... d
': tut ;

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Tit War Ia SlekBBM Cad OU A.. 'nae0. 31. DMat Path ,
TbeDyl.a Wish ( Brae* lb rrat..t
Fur Theater
Was Pitiable !...... sv-Fvcaek
, De.. ,
Concerning the life of poor people The enterpriHins manager of a'thoatr .
Beqnr-ts of hearts hare been
by mi
during the middle ages a writer says called ubon l the famous: French
uncommon lUdiurd Coeur ce "1D those bygone days of feudal rule artist, Jean |;I outs Ernest MeU\ oner.
> bequeathed hit heart to the cat the dwellers In the country were almost on one' occasion, says Mr.i Robert :

I"[ of Rouen cathedral and In JQJ;'. Invariably serfs, bound to the estate Kempt in Peucll and Palette and asked 'hes
this relic Good'p
remarkable was owe'
brought' light after the topic on which they were born and under him to paint a drop scene for' a 'o ; "
the absolute rule of the owner. certain theater and name his own
centuries. The heart which l<
; They were possibly better fed than at terms h
to hare been surprisingly alarr-N
the present day. for butter cheese and "You bavejseen my pictures. thenr'
was Inclosed In boxes of lead and aU-
eggs were plentiful, and the fertile soil asked ifelssonler. 'I' ...
TCT and withered; u It was described
of Italy supplied them with abundanceof yea/'liiclalmed the mansger. j
to the semblance. of a faded leaf.Bruce' fruit and vegetables. The poor man "bat It is your name I.want! It will of Stylish heart-was by his dying wUhintraated "
held his plot of ground by the.tenureof draw crowds-t my theater.
:to'PougUs to fulfill a row so many days In the year of service And bow;Urge do yon wish this. \ J
which he had unable
been to execute .
to his lord. But In sickness or old age curtain to her. inquired the artist t Ii
Ia person of visiting the sepulcher of I I
Us case was very pitiable and we have "Ah, well, we win say IS. by 18 me- I ,
Christ; ;Douglas'lender' and true,!.
promised to fulfill hU sovereign's Jut a carious proof of this In a letter written ten!'" %|i j I i _" J
In 1S5 by the mother of FIlIppo UelMoolcr took up a pencil and proceeded I I
request and alter'Bruce'* death bar Struzzl. at Florence. She Is speakingof to make a calculation At last 1 well dressed isn't question;; of 'b
j received the heart Incased In a casket '
some old people on ber estate In the be looked up bel4\ with Imperturbable 'li,

Proceeding of gold to set Spain forth upon however his mission.be fell country:;; Tlero and Mount, Cilia are grarity; i ._ / spending?a lot of money-its a! question of ; .
both alive and .Infirm. I. have over "I have calculated; and find that my t Y h
In the thick of with the Moon
1 having previous a to fight bis final charge cast flowed the field for next year, and as I pictures are_"f slued at 80,000 francs going to the right! store. Most any store has i l
must put It In order those two old people per meter. |,!our curtain therefore. t

the when beart.pf'he carried'Bruce It Into'from the his breut.1) If they do cot die, must go and beg. wiU coat yotj;l just 21.000,000 franca fairly good suits as far as th 'eadr| d cloth i h e( I*,r .
Heaven will provide.' .'Ibltll. no passIng But that to not aIL It takes me twelvemonths _
the thou ,
Infidebvcrylng/rOnward as
thought of the good lady, who was to 'Pjnt# twentyfln'centimn concerned getting distinctive ; and
wert wentl Douglas will follow the rBnoe'a style a
pious and highly esteemed, a friend of ten of canvlji; It will therefore take .
heart TU'afterward recovered .
the Medici, but It Is a firm resolution me Just 190 years'to finish your cur real fit is another matter. I t R '
by.Sir, Simon Loekhartby wbom It
; In her own mind. A few months later tale You ,should?>nave come tome ,
was brought to Scotland .and burled
she writes to.ber son: 'Plero la still earlier, ,monil ur. I am' too old, forthe'undertaking
alone'with the bone of Douglas the
abbey of SJelrone When the remainsof alive so be must put up with It and ,,- ..,.. .DO". ', .. Good. .. morning" s
go away and beg. It would be best;of 1I.you :
Bruce disinterred:at Dnnferm- But that's what t
were get'hero
) you at a price "
course If heaven will take him.: 'Apparently CONQUESTS OF'SILENCE: :
liM.iv 1819 the breastbone.. found '
a .
aced through so U to permit of the a merciful Providence bad already ''' can 'easIly afford. In fact you can't afford J..
Monna, Cilia!r ... "
provided dre.ta..p Waa Ilan
'" men Wb..e .
removal'of. the heart. K ,;. i t .... b f Th'Jw, ......- .not to wear..the kind 'of clothes we'sell. x S '

hr' "tJ or"-LoNGEVITY. i w..blDltoiDner--JD8de:: speech.In 'The rise j in r
DIED WITH (HIS' UM.JJ I |k MARKS ; ? a mere your otfn estimation, acid:
'Y .t1l tine sesltk:of:bl. tsars be once attempted .
; '
iBdlMttauTlkat YM MarEvery failed'and'gare'irup. others; that our Schloss clothes you, that a
llyfeal It con'fused give
.... .. '
A < Hn4 That wired ai ,
.... .
Study r. and abjuhed; tln / lbgthe tfl
wA ..... any.Ii 41jf'i ( perwtfWrrtes-abo\t: with him constitution of.the;ilnltsd Stages the prosperous,,well-gr oolned'.lookisthe biggest -r .

Evelyn tbs Wood reminlsceac.s, himself a of brave General EugiIh 111t the physical UiJkjiUona W his longevi labor was alniost.whoDy/perfortned' / In i kind of a cash asset to any_man.- :The picture i ; r. t' -;

ty. A long Uper; oa may be distinguished committee off the:twhole, of/ which shows one Schloss .
soldier a touching Instance of courage ; style. Many otherscosting vac : ..
from,-aleaboel, Dyed person Wsshligton aner day \
and self sacrifice given.kOuVJune! George was day ..
da* In 1885 a detachment of English at sight In- nany'lnsta eaa physician chairman, an4 he made tattwo speeches from, .. I \ e'.n' b

marines ....crossing the .Woronsow may Jfok at the.hand ef >'*atlent during tie:'couTen'tkavof a/very El: k ,T w .
and ten Whether( he win nee:or 111. fTbe IVWf wvaiis 'f MB5Iftr*'.aIM tmUTWeHVCmtj'BOW- i
road under fire from the Russian bat :
3. __ -.D.ot the men reached: abeltet ? prtmary conditions of longevity eret.''acknowledged' master;.spirit, :S'fO'lo$2 d' ,
: (
In |be trenches: except a seaman;John are that the better' lungs twtdlCesttre and,Ilftor1ii4-r) ;afflrm?-tbat:'bad'tt niol ,, '' A

.Blewltt '.\.Iae Was running terrific organs aa well the brain should be been for bbl personal) popularity aDd '' tl'' ;

roar was beard.'.His mates knew the Urge. If.these{organs-are large the the thirty words of his speech pronouncing .. .

rotes of a huge cannon, the terror lot trunk will belong and the limbs comparatively 1t 1" short The person'will appear imam the!.Constitution would'\live t!'
.the army and yelled: .
"took eotT U to Whistling DIck!" tan In sitting and short In.standbig. bee/ reJee M\ b7 the people ..I.t. *uM: ,- See them ', : I '
The band will'have-a long and Thomaa Jefferson made a :'; 1.
Bet at i toe moment Blewltt'was / ; never ,_ f '. ,-'If:' ;

track by the,enormous mast of Iron somewhat;heat7 palm,and;short: fin 'speech.; lie couldn't do It: .r t k1; .r i r!k ,.1 : \ } 1 ; -; I' .,- 'I ,I ?U d
.n(he knees and thrown to the ground. gem The brain win be deeply! seated !Napoleon., whose executive ability,to -- New Stock of Winter '
;' He called to his special chum: as shown by the'url ee:of the ear being amoatIth ,t a parallel, tad::-that Our! Pyercoatsjust in: i'

j "011,-Welda, save mar < low. The blue basel or brown" hazel his difficulty'jfwas In'finding men:of .

4 The fuse waa.hissing;bur Stephen eye,"'showing an Intermission''ot deeds I rather than words. When asked I. .,, .

4 Welch ran out of the treDcbes.&Dd.. temperament. is a favorable indlca- how be.maintained his Influence- over ., t t-

1 aetoing the'p-eat shell tried to roll it tion. "l'he-nostrils"being large open 'mllgmpertorVlnhsge j and{'erperience .1 .J -Ij "'.

off! bis mrade.'. \ % ---r ': and free) Indicates large, lungs. A when commander In chief of an army ,. :
It exploded with snob-terdfreeathat : pinched and;belt [dosed nostril Indicates I In Italy be said "By resenre." The '

not an atom ot'the bodies of small or weak.langs.T greatness of 'a-man to not measured by :R. W.RUObS? :' ,

Blewltt and Welch was found..Even In These are general points of distinction -.the length of|=bee speeches aDd ;their ..

;;*J>yt'time when each hour bad Its exV 'from Ihose'of'short lived tendencies r,number. % ,
stared but of course subject to the usual [ L *f* tJ
citesteat"this deed atheroism
1 the(wboJe'Enguab' army; One"of*the individual exceptions.-.- SWJ.'It Is well 7 LIQUID] ITIGATION. 322:Ty Lft1STREETfa .

offlcers searched out Welch's old moth- acknowledged that the characteristics _._ '
I -
t .. .1r: rtds- F -y"l sob'g:: :nun''!. a, #:: t.i'fl> Jt IB' l1\\" ,! _
er In bee poor homeland undertook her noted are expressions of Inherent po- Tk._Trla1 ;.or alTbaf. _a -- -
,. support while she lived, and the story.f tentlalltyyhleh! _have,been proved_on Plae* !. Permit.In" ,- . ,
'bls'death'helped'bus comrades to tLV"T>nsls abundant statistical evt- Ferak" werII'bc1 no business, . nn \

T BOkler conceptions_.. ._of_ a soldier's duty_., I .deuce,-Medical' Record._ .. for a modlflc l form of trial by ordeal 1 .
.-. .---- "'< .
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: In of the
1 I decides all dl'pnte place t :
,' 1b.J4vl.h "_kl_ AM ".t.".*. ,_.. ( legal practitioner the pl nder"H a na THE ; tI' {fJ ,. ,
Octobc!.:;fir lo one or the r07t,1ER.Of. : -!: '?Aa.1 'Dadel!fprh' t'

Luckingltdahlre farmer tamedJaklaa' country editors offered the following other of,the lam! nuj U given a bam caa.e....,,... Gifted'aed .,. a'rrnlacylr ,
l' '" ,, !' = A.thge o The Ls.lad' '.". L f 1. it ,1 at .. .
brought Ua Cntborn' to the toast: 2"To bootubi.la_ >'I to li IK JK tihti tNe plead; .; 3 Jr t -. "
parish churcnjto-. aDd save an editor from starvation Ingof'the: iM> ou'or party whom tcreprWentit. "The ;ind"'U one of the noblest f 809 Atesue D'As 'N i

I his was te'bethe:name Ael Be Ja.j take his newspaper tad pay bird for It |${ records. ever written of national glory a mew candidate for your patronage' it'is bat just that we I .

ml* Catet'DcnteT Esia'Fb Gabriel promptly. 1'. '..,.!him {from"bankruptcy When all I unnily: two stake are and success. ,Camoen Its gifted ,aur state oar claims. Our'stock Ja newt and the purest .and best,' .'

I Itswi:?IIaM Ma- advertise,In'hl4 paperlbIt'aII1l; : driven I lutojlhj t lire, ;; ,; aDd thor:;;determined 'to-1doifor: JPortngal! .thatj) mbuey:un.huj.id>> Ourwrvice will ta equal to the best." .- '-
., noab.< '.",= Quartua To save him from despair send him by;aid of a l>amU*> |;i>:kMlit> UeuU .ol what Homer had done for Greece. Thegreat *
i *Bdiab ..... I VanlaJaJ i every Item of news of which ypu {aa the;tuvj4 j Jjif; s !l&fiuysftA;fat the, 'poem"'was;:>written' In'1'the 'six. : We:sure iq| the jbnlldnfelind} 'win,t iho pleisnr in rsuppljtag ; '

J Woctt SyataaZech ob.ervedlbtt-, =":HIfU aU.ar- I your torcptondence;'laIaJ7fou 4 /Kran>tujbo3-aki-H-3liW reifbl : tbe"':berolc/ ; age:*tof]Portugal and Its 7. J Ilei d

t, r ng.dtae' phabstk ,romuiti ender vrntcr for quite main feature la the rounding of the Prices Reasonewe.ry. -I I. .. ,.1..09.1a. VO' >

*fa a*BOBSftta selected frodi Scrip- early as possible. To save him from, avi&Se aftcr beer natural inclination Cape of Good Hope by Vasco da Gams ....np.'I/r'.1"l't '1t!/' L'e .', ti. J -' 1 (1. .,
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tQa. 1 =...the'verygreat- mistakes bury him. Dead people are woakl,brtus:: (rem to the nnrfuct>,,6u while[ a most Interestmg'eplsode Is the ; ...... I..
.- dim 1ab tnatSBm;CsBgjttsat dto- the only ones tha .)leyer .make mis; at last; oue ot them gives In nDd.!re- crowning after death of Ines de Castro ,.-
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,'Jenklns do bla1i6kl comes of +--'-- -; --- -
i: shaded kr. jmalnrVhtwrong takes. Newspaper'readers leasing of the stake to as queen PortngsJ. IlNiijA: ,
to his Aatthat brbaVuawlttlnny well to remember that there;!are no per tJw Jr. *$ alad" took Its name from Lulus, who t

( devised bW'erentnaayfttwasi fjact, people, editors.or readers. ,/Hells! Immediately seized, and'the was said\ to hare founded Lisbon. I "
decided to christen 1"AbaChambers' boy atmprjTi. J' I tube be bold ((is cost aside. The other Its author was born about 1520, and it -

t \ louruL. .- ;j Wrinkle.. .j jour lad Is led anliore, his tube opened and his career, which began brUltantly. OhI 6 : C' GbaselHMjr ; 'i

I .to forehead to rigid with wrln-. the document,contained therein stands blighted by the death of a broken heart Wi.t, ,.
t Ira..P t...: 1Ie.: before forty, what will It be at aa the declsiod la the-case.-New York of the 1&47.of his lore, for whose sate : .: ,
i+: Katoa'a desertptl ken ef aa aero seventyt 'There to one. .consoling Heald.u;$ ,. to was banished from the:land. He :ti, SUCCESSORS TO" 'v1 : :1 V :j a .1

:bile. performance was clear enough te thought about these marks ef time aad I I wrote.! rrheL:!: slad-,la his .banfch- Fire.

:t i:_'u.teMr. althougk his exritsmeat tIoabl the !death angel almost always I f jio Thi.Li.lae Lak.._, meat and.... recalled in .1571. losing ".,CH ASB A HIRNBY1Ic,. .' i ,' ';"1
l 'seer It led Ida tongue aa usual. Into. enses them. Even the extreme British gxtTenunent engineer living
i unfrequented masea of speech. ly aged In death often wear a smooth i la Bombay asserts that India baa.the his'poem. Pensioned at first by the ..FRUIT'ANDAcc'id" 'en/ d' 1 -

[1"' rile was a,wonderful man that manson and peacetu1.bnnr..tII., leaving our largest artificial fresh water reservoir king this C1'Mt\eplc poet Portugal : .au :
!! ," said CMr..Nolan to bhr aodJence.Toud .. last memory of them' calm and tranquil in the world.|He nays that In the na died in great poverty In 1370, when his PACKERS J 4 ,0'I ,

"'' see Urn go up a ladder wed the :: s But:oar,baaIneaa'le with ,lIt., tire state jCdalpnr.., In Bajpntana; patron waa also.dead. -. H Tornado j

) .Ind of It up In the air and the bottom Scowling to a aIIen .klJ14 .of scolding some thirty mlfes south of the city oUdalpnr.'to j. Cash Dealers la' \ f "
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; '.cJt rlstlng'on a kind WpUIer, It shows'that our souls need sweeten tne areat Jalsamand/the\ h cJ pt.;..-.... t'J J. ?

I, Uti you'd say, Tbere's'a man going tobij J Inc For.pitys sake Vet us take a sadIron Dbebar lake.';The dam of this lake was On the EnglU .coast, at Land's End Crate InsuranceiPtektii ; : t :
t death.' ; or a glad Iron or a smoothing tool built aome 200 years ago by the Uaha- there atandi ftrcuihiustj termed law .
t put was betJJot: a bit'of U.many ee*some sort'and straighten the tnsssa ana Janr4ngit"CU MterU an "area of der with a profile resembling\ that of c 1" 1i

j i ,nssi that can get,.nch a,foethold ton our facea befOre they become lea betweeo| twenty-onex..and >twenty-fiv1 n human face. It la supposed that ones l lU'ate al : -i'Ii.r

(i the air weld hto hands'and be as bandy ;;engea.edRupos our faces. Itiwly square mDse,>1ts depflj at the dam tonlnety the rocky beatf has beiq.t.rondly. 4'erect (': . .IDELiT1, :

i r sold bto feet:..'armonxeytherrtno'fear !: ..;' feet and.lta capacity! la estimated and could look out over the blue'sea. .

: for. him!"-Tooth's Companion.Heart !'. ........ \ a 153.000.000,000:: ...gallons.-1 1wn but during some period of disturbance] tnd trtioss', i

i 1 The.expieaslon In .the.prayer book,. s r'-, ? rf the huge bowlder\ ... thrown forward I > \Btst t feel; Ijiil l1{Mm BoO* rFishing OLDEST AGFN1 fl fjIAIII I
k '*. Us* .*....' .1.1i "Kindly fruits of the earth",baa for'j 4 T keee .isidlssi: v1aa.1. so that now the forehead of the man I

i would hare beautiful roses most persona no definite meaning .1 Jibe R gbr /E1;bard H.'Wllmer. rests against n neighboring rock.,' AO. :I : ,. tug 1 1r
41 q
; garden must' have beautiful account of the difference m algnlnX tote btoUop. of Alabama, was remarkable these rugged and massive piece bar( :

I hla.heart.,,U to the Inner gar- canes low attached to the word kindly! !at. once ;*.IIIa'pIetJ.uct bto hu derlag the coast are fine grantte:'Los| ."

: Bust lore them wen and a)- from that used when the mar When .ome oe asked blip why ally the carious_bowlder.. \ la known aDr. i, rF'f.'E\EE'\> : ;E: aI"'rfrFE: :: ; \f, .
;.\ wst7. Te win bejnnst woo as Jacob... era.
,speed, lAbaaVNlauh er, though ,fbat4caasc1esmetat (:aa nearly avjteaalbte men. angel .C',wall aa, female angeto I t '
'4f ght and"" p=B*must "V ttavxjnd* kadtthe ezprea4 i I i were repreaotbid-' without.beards .the ftf IJIOi asgats.; .\ tfra ii6 1

r t not onV"1be Warmr- also IdJadly'fruits f'7e ; bishop replied,promptly that It seemed The witty.George. Canning..IUnstrat-i'I :Mi l f iiS'l Go as tmi i :

i the eathuslasni and the passion", "tb. fruits. of the earth each afterWL.tlt..ewe. to be easy nough to'J ake angtto out lag the Hibernian tendency when excited ( ,

;r : ; tenderness, the thonghtfnlnesa,1 tJD4...(, .. lbttt<..tnatt Ben'could :only --to h wry;beyond,'the Malta ,.of ,. r .
't reverence of love-DedLokh's O..1. _. ) .,.. by a "elose.. shun.a ."- good sense, tells this anecdote w '

"ot' -"' "" ., -.,. : .. d dthDeehoia4tehlbr7 let nlD T\mee-Ilspatch W" j t' A*I|rishdlTlMh; ;Treadjlng'against l lIi iii ; 1 1rw
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Y iLLSnmTt'1 '. & .. the .vice of swearing and denouncing '; -
didn't know young Snobberty reak There' to no reason way you should go ,. ...... ., Ike ...:. Its prevalence m a certain town, said W': 1

17. IMorest IsgialUss""Neossssel fttM...'ted.eae..t..erp.le..y..rstestStlU TD. .sea to;the largest of alljeemeterlea. :; In the height of declamation: i'i'w K lJalcS: Kodak Sun i 'i4. ; : w; 1!

: I Hedoenf I want yon .to put,1M 4nd Itt,slttmbererf sleep wltb- "Even the lIttle children that can \ f'-1 .5! 1

,,! But .Just beard ..taltIq for. through a course of aatifat treatment,.r oaf' 'monuttent-'An !ether; graveyards .neither,speak nor walk run about the.' r."NSbe11s am lacbt 'es iii,
1 1 1. KsiBnlallai abal( ewer wtth,berrTW I ; In an jtber\lands show:some'symbol atnetI blaph Mng") -

,:' .eyes bow t pln'awp.lor lotrof betvrrom -- of,;dlstlbctlon1betwaei"tha--great and y1 a HGeorgeYon \, 42, 4i4udIng' fenders.1fJit' ; ..
!'Ob, be meant white lawn ,bcnn..4 ."-. the-Gemanl: Bma>t. abe Hd aaA.peV$ t-4n that I ... ,.q;, 's ..
noes.U tiJ .u'l" .. eel brass Y1jlii.6 ..
nnadelpn ocean frr ** -- roll I are not camng on Miss fittings i .., ;

$ed.sa cs.a. ... -- (;'i;{ ,........ ... .. JtoaebttL anymore. eht?Jack-Ko: ; I w : w
af1t&WtaL; : ""Tnere waa a aeriona sm'affair> ea' I goer agnrt0a;"EL.' bra sucn'a"eome : :W.W1 itles" i1= >tde bgfhs, w'1Ii

snt-it-awfu1'wbea i "woman keepi between ux and the,Max girt whenI J j.w_ laugh. George-I.never noticed that \ W .

Saint her tack hair at the theater and was here last;, ,-',- I V. "Why" do'yettthmk! all H.,not eight JackTeu would If jvft been within ship clocks :+etc etc.1 etc.
when .the i performance to ever Tea,'and It ended seriously too.'c .": ?, between. Mr. and'Mrs.,JTashtogtenriTney bearing when Deposed to ber -Xew ., w ,
fliaf she:has left ber tined 'c Kit astonish merJ,; was sure'they are | of often= Men together YwkWeetl1.xt .', tJ.oi.d '. ::1 7 1 & w
: on 'the draws at" bowel-Osv.. would -' married.'* .- ,> 1ateJ)'.',it most be thattbey nave some .. .a ,I IPr.
u off.
"_. Leader.r f" They 414.--u--: '-' t. reason for'trying to drown suspicion.Chicago ." 'arm. 'r'W

<* '_" ._.J._, -."-'i.7.J RecordHerald.Jaatfce 'JJOR.rHING.TON;
Prospective Guest-Do yon n good '
gjfc jf
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There Js a* beantmer ft complexion : table beret Hotel Clerk-Well, rather. <
Mbtr..u do pros ynut'tb.Jtttle or.form.or behavVir r tkatbgtu1ih! : ;J., JethV bread of natloos-tbey Why,folks come here perfectly healthy a'J Ui '
I lidr Bal erY Johnnie lith'SfieeCZ RtlCta
cut, Mr. ;
? cws-Wesioi P1.ar"cyy'
M3odi scatter Joy and not pam around ulna _.. an always famishing_ for It-Chateau and go away with the gout and dye : *
mine Cke ,
cut papa'a
I want "
briand. Life. !1o' '
pepsia. "
w1tJa a' bole m tep.Torkshfre Post -....w .' ..1 '"eEE: : ..frEEfr.EEE: : : : : rEEF: : EEEEE: : : : : :EF: ,
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..... .........................SSSSSU.l Big Realfyj Sales, of Lemon E NEEDLE'S EYE. Will Be Closed Tomorrow-
'J.'i The Beck-Wllson-Huddleston real which Is very ]
I -' I j .f j'SUrr' .f n..... the S WlB. 'The Burdlne Quartermaa dry
estate agency report sales during the sarily serious.: .. .. *.' .
''I': St own OptC r S I past wie"amounting": to a _total of I ty can not be liovrt' ..HI: ;JuIr cost l If-rsareil\:1.: V lrr himself<:l.j goods store will be colsed tomorrow

$llOOI) |Ali the properties were in o> I been made to I be dlsom-crej ,,'h"ntbe eye of until Ye o'clock.heJi: the millinery
I a.ljacent'Jp the limits of Miami. The' the offense. of a Mfvrlax iiiucliiuo should ppening takes place!
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sales ranged from $600 to 3000. urnlll to
of an Infant .. For Stealing Rides 1 I ;;- uiuv...I ..r for Ulii.irjr u4ettle
Biscayne '
Jiirlin Morrises, t 2'!'d two months, Deputy Sheriff Martin came dowu !I A Record.Poiice: Docket ": the eat lla- heel. It never NOTICE
f 'a** Book Store :! ;to him that II s-lwuJil lie echo The stockholders of the Fulford ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Morrison thts' morning from West Pam! Beacn I
The |I largest police court ;ever herd: k'av |*,iut. uuI he Cjl:ant |uv FrolL and Vegetable Growers' Assoiciatibn
died at their home two miles with four white men who haJ
young .
l In Jlianiljwas conducted this morningby ( 'It'r If he hud not dreamed will annual'stockholders'
west of LIttle River, yesterday morn- been caught beating their way on a Municipal Judge Sanders. There l,!uiliiiug a sewing machine tot hold their regular 1
lAC'The Interment was In the Miami train eighteen :* klux In a strange country meeting' their packing.
I were casct n :i' sad ne :Madame I tin hU actual house at 'Fu'ford. Ka, on December
cemetery W F. tiller undertaker. 1 waking expert-
jnajorlty of trance, I I
greater tnem were for being 1906 .
at 2 ,
wn-+ rather perplexed about p.m.
Shipping TomatoesMr. ,Irtinji$!' : Bonds i
and asleep. amount tide palmist, '
eye. lie thought the :kin: P. A. Bryan
WT.1 Hooks is in the city today ing to,$Cl were forfeited and fines ag is now located twenty-four hours to com I .
Runaway Boys Returned and In speaking of his farm at Alla- grcgadng55.50; Imposed, making the she will be machine and make It 1Ie\\-\. 11 Secretary,
The three boys who ran away from pattah says that he-Is now shipping total forfeitures and fines U19.60.The son. Madame In that time death was to .f
borne last Wednesday, presumably from thirty to forty crates of tomatoes 'most pOthe defendants were .white the cradle to pl1ul>lbmcut. No need to send to Jacksonrllle
: Sable became tired of-the I' ;.worked and worked and!jpus- elsewhere for
for Cape ; every week, and with good returns land fishermen from the'' different correctness. wedding Invitations, aa-'
longed, for. Independence,.and return I vice will help puzzled and finally gate It up. nouncements or fancy stationery. The'' f
thought he
was taken out to
ed' home Saturday afternoon, ,much port-Draws I reasonable Metropolis Is prepared to do this workIn
ted. He noticed that the ;jwar-
'to the relief of their parents. They Wearing New Badges E even Feet of Water I on her. *, spear that were pierced i the very latest style. We are hereto
seemed to have had practically' The members of the police department -i r, 4 f bead. Instantly came the so- I I guarantee. yon satisfaction
It wasi reported today that the "
hardships and reached .Miami. 'safely are now wearing German sliver I' 4 the difficulty, and "'hUtth... f.
schoonerllohn I. Snow, ftbe Benner :
Aa the: old saylng,goes "Boys will badges prepared by Maynard &: Son,I FouDl adrift was begging for time he I II I" The !
Line ; "een New York and thishad I 'It was 4 o'clock In the millinery opening at Burdlne 4kuarterman's
be bo.s, )011'm01r.. ." ., Jewelers, and which lend considerablyto boat urou" morn ,
:;,:port arrived off: Cape Florida out of bed. ran to his 1 tomorrow from 5 pi rel. to.
the ready natty and attractive I drawl g elves feet of water and could Jcantson, bay and by 0 a needle with an 11 p'm..1a ,arousing a great deal:of
Bargain Store,:;Changed Hands appearance of the city "coppers." not c tab J! up to the city on accountshal'.owness point had been rudely mod-: Interest The Blscayne orchestra
The Bargain Store on Avenue Dma I ) I that It !
was This Is
of the : of the ;channel in easy. will play 'number of fine selections
Hth street, owned by Mr.' Will An lands : :story of an Important Incident
the bayJ t Capt. Cook, agent of the and make the occasion pleasant la the'
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Gautler. has changed, hands W. H. Christian Church Lecturer posted and anT \( of the newlng maehin
line, coijtd not be seen this, morning ._ __ : I extreme
ChaDle' jk Sohaving.'Dnrchased 'It trespassing will
Rev. R. A. Nichols, of Massachusetts lie
but T above report is true it will
last we k' It will continue business was here .Sunday to take part I for partttf thecargoltOpbe extent of the : -
evldentlybe necessary
under:'the old name of Bargain store in the delcation of the new Christian ,
i J, ,lightered' to the ,city in
batf .be p'led.with a new lot of ,Cbi rcb. Mr. Nichols has
many tbit .vesel ;
: order the can be lightened :
goods,,and Mjuipjietl, .' fur &,, water's 'wan, :*c..w. tare sto were gad to to a
heavy trade .' ,meet him again. He left Monday for I up to itt company" dock in.the river j j .
Winona \Park near Winter Haven, J
Miami Automobile Company! I where he is interested in fruit grow. Mackerel If); Catch
There appears 'In"the Metropolis thin Ing. Mr. Nichols baa accepted a. Large, ...j. : I I Shopping
,afternoon :la notice i' Incorporation They largest catch of Spanish mackerel
Invitation to ho'd a series of meetingsIn
the,, Miami Aatomobl9 brought: In by any one boat this ., '
err' Company Miami which he will begin about
1rWt W.\ A. LoftonsR..>" B. .Bnlg and the rat of December.' Klsslmmee, season came up tar night consigned .
Mk K.. Whltten., Incorporators: and Valley Gasette.To to the )jftorida Fish and Produce Co.

having as'Its..object the right to own It consisted of 27.000 pounds of fUn' Write for' bur new',catblog,,

eQ &'operate and maintain an'automobile and wil lbei. shipped. north! tonight In jj over 100 pages Illustrating
livery, to 'bnyv F'sell,'lease or Open Ketley Institute.B. bu'k b ;[|efiigerator car, making the e '
left-last= night first solid I car of fish to go forward .I.IDoll't
I'e'and Tatum for Jacksonville
otherwise deal 1D"uto other Silver mounted''' Diamonds Wattles
motor nhl l sAnd; supplies.--, .The for the purpose of superintending from here this season. Several other, ;
concern lIt: 'be lnoorporated tD'the the final preparations for the large catches of mackerel'were also : [ 85 cents Jewelry (Clocks

sum-of'$10.000: and under a ninety.iaiae -i opening the Keeley Institute, to be broagnfcin yesterday, among them be-. Iriitlals
't--year' charter.9U A..Lofton la established thereby himself, and associates ing 16,006 pounds by the smack "We' :engraved Silverware. ,Plated Ware.
Are Here" of the Miami Fish:Co .: Man in I extra
to 'be president: ; R. B. Elnlg. rice- and which 'will be formally .. charge. Holiday Novelties'
'> president t..an4' opened ntlie .15th, Wednesday. The rr -- new : .
;treaaura.-.and M. K. ,p ;
.WWUea, .secretary, the. three above Institute wilt be thorough in. every llsaultU; by Convict' ':; winter I I '

._, natned'geatemen to also compose the I manner and it ,is the purpose of the A "report reached this"city' this made by :: CIJoI Guarantee Mull orders receive prompt and carefulltleaUoll

boar!*of.director* White not stated promoters to advance it until it shall morning|that County Road SnpertntendenVjM. I
the primary object of the corporation i lead all other places of the kind in W, Goode, had been assaulted .j John "'

will: be to operate and 'maintain aa I:the .oath.'and Judging. from'the tone sby a negro convict In 'thestockade1at Greenleaf I & Crosby Co.

automobile livery between this 'city :,of the': State press there.Is an amplysumclency OJui. yesterday afternoonand Miami's
and W kt.. Palm Beach "during the of-material' and subjects aedo .'y cut with a knife or some ers, They I I
tourist- season' upon'which it can exist Mr Tatum sharp': j!ii strumenL A later report, in Jewelers and Silversmiths

; .I''will be absent, a week or more, or hower?lara that Mr. Goode was not I the every spot. i West; Bay Street Jacksonville Florida' -
Furnished Rooms $2 wHii Xeris until the new'venture shall'have gotten cut ;wlt$: a knife, but struck on the I I "

KeaUnranVao Avenue;'p.: ,'tr: 'in a systematic running'order. .head .trlth a heavy bottle Dr., Dnpta, 334 'asaari.

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Big! line" of Mothers" fiend Shirt'r I I Thei' H I II 4lJ 4n


f for toys,just received in plain white: ,andf fancy colors, sizes, 6 to aultless -

Price 60c 85c and Thislis farnous. is
old'.. : $1.25. lo if brandiand

'byall.I. ,merchants the best boys' :shirt: )waist made, all are' fast IorsheimI '

nicely made and are r' MJ
guaranteed 'to, \dear{ ..-.. V I
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f For the I
....... TO' .- man << ,
:::J J. who cares .

i' I 'Dul'' Dog l, Knee.. Pantsa do. ; ., c"s" V!

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'seeni lo.wear:; the boys about- the.best we'know of f; "most all are".msidewtth t H l$i & ji.. / /( .,

belt straps{ 'and cut good and.full throughout'made In casslmer:?,? worst-' ,

eds/crashes. ;, "serges, "etc." Double', sewed- ,, .never. pull out' waist bands. The Florsheim feels as soft and comfortable to
; Prices'5k60cr75c.85c.l: : I I 1.25. I 1.5Q I 'your foot as old [shoes from' the first,time you
; :; ; .151 put them on. They don't have to be "broken
c. -"._: ,l f '! In." We call them faultless because they are

.. '- .ot .; ". ,, rf .' .. : "' 'the only strictly high class shoe that combinesthe

: We'pride' ourselves oh our new very latest touches of style with perfect

comfort and long wearing quantities. Price $5.00

5- y
t assortment: Of'bOYS'uits.1: .

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'Our buyer spent many dayj'whlTe, In Nev-ITork City looking oveer the
Jr different. manufacturers 'and In ttlm. <<'Oft.a line on a line we now have.fit. I I
"'t '
found such firms as Wanamsker.MacyU>tc., buying'these' same goods. c Miami Shoe Co
_ : rV '' ""
It. $ -. ,
T guaranteed to,w ar'anj bold'oitteld of. our own' guarantee. .You
i .
p?. n "t' i t *r if I'tfi u' dtMr,7 rd
/ will find these made up la the sam:,.'inannerj; as' lDen'" suits and --some Local 4 :
" 'J !' ;: .. p hi Agents. 1 4
t ,Mow<< .ther ,seem .to .flt 'Miami boysBETTTRR. THAN ANTTHINO: WK- 'i, .. v
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"0 s- r HAVE EVER ,TBiEn FBI CjB' Bt : '.. r I" t e: 10't't' << iLi

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$tigat ; Investing
Ii. : .24M4$60cP
.t...,., ,, : ...' \ ..... ....,"i '\ t; : : ," :; I Wind' Power

: !. ,' ,- ...,."..' -... ....... .. "'";.; .' been power adopted for bjr lamnjr[the beat water.people Note of the the people country who a.bare the

'; r. .Keep tri mind'the fact than, *:J J *, they could hare '.steam ga and hot air too if thej.want- .j.
: AV& -- handle the best mill made and .Y .
I make
a ot
; } \' "se.U.the.best that'money can buy'' T'h" A n t'h'!!: :: fh (J and with m.r' : pump, mechanism that specialty I have just been: ;
.onY.JU1I.; nted a patent on. will guarantee to doable the capacity tr.; 7t.
f t y'We; want the\ \Yqrldto. knojv it.t i!.1I : ; and life'of aOl.w.Dd mill outfit Any infnugements will.. .. '
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"TOYSIIOLID&GOODS (; )ersorialeuriotfl JI the saw for mill Euitl business. Fla., to:Mr engage Johnson la WHY HAVE< THAT

-:- ---:- f I has been a resident of Miami for several TIRED'rEEJNG3ORDE '] ]

I Mb Florence.Glenn has been ado- Mr' H. A. Pennoclc. member of the I years and his friends wish him A CASE OF ,
ed to the list of clerk In the Julius schol board appointed to sncced Ell .aCuRCTHEBttT.cigar .r

r. '''Smith book "toreMr Sims, 'reslgnedK!* in the city today I success In the new enterprise I within reach when: ,abost'R'

from his home *t Jupiter and will attend TonicBrew Better have one or two food amotq.
Oilier SUPPLIE S20512IS5TREET '" Mrs. Sidney 8. Conklin arrived .
W. S. Gramling and baby, for the meetinc of the board tomor- than a doten of Inferior quality.,, .

two,week visiting at. Indianola have row- 11} I last night,,from* .-New York. to'*join Mrw I I Havana tobacco may be high pdes'

returned home. Conklln and. make. her'future. home la but that doe 'not prevent u ftrtai 7
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Ten thousand,grapefruit tree ready Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Conklln for! oUr customer the excellent: f "

1 Mr. J. F. danova' and family are for planting at L1'OUle"I Nursery one the present will have apartments lathe I !HAVANA-FIU.ER FOR S CENTS
I furnishing their fine home on Ninth mile west of Cocoanut Grove R. B. n4 ., >If
Watson building a fine brain tonic The Nerma Martin make a .tnJv
street and will occupy it at once Station. Price*'reasonable. ,
BOOIvTORtMIVMIJLV ( iffiSV from the;' Acme Bottling good smoke having the full aromlej'
the beat leaf _
Mr*. John,SeweU.left laat night forDaytona Mr.; Arthur Keller who ha been works.. Our drinksare i r'I' .
to attend at the,bedside of'anlec&wholi Mr. Pratt I&Df .at ,the evening de; absent for the past several months I pure and fresh. HAYES ;,?.
votlon of the First M. B Church yes.terday"My ;
gnlte :in at tbat'place.I at points la Georgia recuperating and We fine '
Father X1 ." Mr. Pratt use only gran-
,. ow. enjoying a vacation retained home THE CIGAR. MAN.4.k
;- ulated
welTmodnlated Wee sugar in
possesses a 'and syrups
s. 0 Fltfa.: chief deputy. In! thn ,'h Saturday morning much improvedfrom OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAY'i
\ h" p'eased;the congregation with yesterday's
county clerk' office/1: Ii laid up withan hi* outing and Is again at his
attack the rendition of In the Acme Bottling i' ___ ?
of prevailing !apt t 1'1 post July store of John Sewell r c.D SOit *
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; WeHaveMade feverD. ." 1 Bro : .J, :_'
tSecondband ? Works
1 baby carriage will he ; I Successors to C.- C. Carroll, i the.' :

1 ; W.Moran, toe popular chief deputy sold cheap. Apply to 1000 Boule- Fine,. new house for can at a big 6tUt-. WMtof I IcracUMT I 1|, Homeseeker" Agent -Lor.; i j

to Sheriff Frohock 1* out again today nrcl. sacrOce and only part cans balance I'I Special Bargain Lilt'I.I. 5
1 after a few !day*' "nail wJi: I'J/
monthly |This month we offer the followin '
easy payments x. H. Tatam ;
dengue fever.Charcoal Mr and Mrs 3E.'BoUfordrf Ashevllle -I: Co. S Dr. K. H. Armstrong, the eye and ; list of property, and would he 'I

a. ood many enthusiastic N. C.. rtigular winter visitors, nerve .peda11at.for Jacksonville, will glad togo into the detail*with you. h
broiler for late Dnpa--' orier. be at the Hotel Biscayne. on Nor. IS. If you will watch this space yo* .1
friends among housekeepers } lust Hunt A Uonesen mak Apply and property la Miami arrived Henry M. Flagler. In the extension Used :?. | will be able to pick up some good, .
: here yesterd&1. '
'i ,and,.win probably of the Florida paying property. >
Last Coast
Railway to
by unusual value's of the 410,13thjtret .
? spend the season!In one of their -- f "".
iey West gives; new employment to for S.k i

{ Cut Glass At the ME Chucrh. South yeitei--: expect homes their on. Thlrt daughter nth and street grandchild They thousands of the dally laborers of THE RACKET STORE If yon want a good cheap lot, let

day. Mr. Oscar Cr>nklln Ji ,Florida; be Is. toq opening up I the us! show yon the one we, have_opt. ;
rea.lere.J.1 run4down ''
i : In ,a;few day to remain &*ond street, tor$450. '
6t "Lead Kindly Light' at me mor.Itr&R,: with them through the winter.R remaining portion of the East Coast IS Tit n.tel A new 4 room house and,tot. .1!
t service from Miami to Key West, for settle I
China'fand and :MU Mamie Slmpjoa i t I House painted and ceiled .and.in,

sang "Calvary".at the e\enli,& cervlce. W1L meat.-'for home for immigrants* good condition for a. short time. ;;,
'I Do, not" forget:t hat, Dr. E. H. Armstrong well as for our own people. With cash only $500. .. '*. a

Silver-. Mrs. ,G.. B. Gate and family, ofParkham. -and staff peye; and nerve specialist the Everglades drained 'the rich ... ..i A good bnalnesa or "reidence 1
O. have leased the Knowlei' I : *. of Jartinntnie.,wUltohwt-at' **.dJ>OBr the extension developed property on >Avenue D and 3rd at*',*. :. w;
(GomibPest') 150 ft Ave. D
on and 100 tt. on 3rd '
,il they' flnd j ere and cottage on Ninth' street which J* being the.BUcayne'Hotel Nonmber'U., 2( that will be a great and prosperous This property baa a dwelling bar*i .f

away.. "It isabout I refurnished and put Into-excellent and;r...' They request that all,their section of Florida: one of the richest and fruit tree an it. Cheap casfc, ..'t
e"to do'a little'overhaul ,shape former patient* will come to tJ e hotel In the; South.-Voluala County Record 1 house and lot"on 14th street. ;
for an Inspection j of their ease and Cards I between avenue B and C. Thin

ing now to haverthe table" I A SAFE PLACE: would: Invite an |others who are In 'in I I house 'a completely furnished,and !.ii Ji..
bums hole the
look its best and)most Money pocketsand 'ready for occupancy;has all conveniences.
appetizing ,The First National'Bank. Miami Fla. need of their service to lee them. I
a burglar needs so better Invitation r. Terms reasonable
sN part
1qt: wlnter appetite I
-. Capital $50.000. SHrplna. $1X600. Fomr. to pay yon a visit if he Had out cash balance 1, 2 and 3 years .Investigate f
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.. L per cent paid'on caving ,A party. ofyttap?. people enjoyed the yon keep money in the house. 'I this '
If feeling A nice country hautie, malatroronghlare -
you are blue come
day up the M| m
r Aver,yetterday.
MAYNARD]* [SON were.Mr. and Mrs Frank Weber, we l leading at' 11 o'clock! lathe morning . !: around and #see our line of[ near post-office to the Allapattabeomatrj. school and ."if,
married at the'brMe"3 and ret m1'n? ,:11 tj; Via c flock. Not i comic post cards aud have a store short ride to town. Thi

,Jf1PtlfRSiWD:( OPTICIr4tS home In Jacksonville ;returned to that only the clear, cooj day and the beauties -1 'Why not tell! laugh. We also ,have a large property halt an-abundance of aH ;
I Ir city Saturday, Mr. Weber I -
resigning risible along'the kind of fruit 'tree, a nine-room
of the riv line
of Souvenir
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jet* position'a* agent o fth* Southern er. constituted:thVday r The Truth? boars, well finished, barn andofct-
.. Ij, pleasure butan fine Souvenir China.
Bsprerrs Co In this city to become exploration ) I houses\ Seven acres,all improved.
itbur of Ever
This IS .
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bargain. cash.
JlattorKtofflce.liaaI.Fia t l :', j!an. express.'messenger on the F.. E.jC. gadeVa! made, whlch.brought out price 250000. ., ,;.t-:' ,
'. .' Rallwsy.Ifyou many Items of Interest A substantialdinner We Want I Here i is something in a business

ss ,and lunch twu. partaken of. ana> A llllalkid p vea *tt ac25e purchase property that wont last.lonr..TW* .
want a real cheap lot on the day *'" 1 > I property i* within one-Lalfblockof \
proved one of delight ,
Mh street Me n* quick. J. H. TatamftCa th< poat-ot5ce.' The.lot ta,.SWO _
sly Those composing ._
: '. the party were lout AND EVERrTHINI feet, and baa a strictly mod tniwo-
MoneyThat SELlJrT ,
Mrs clover
.Don't SikDogBut MIsse* Maude Coachman.
;? s story "toaebuilding..wh k>,55 rJS "
Maude: ",Hampton;;| M nde ,Whltten, 'T' t' --" .: feet The first contain*;a.isiort25x75.
; Monday.::November 20th wlD beJDflUDerr LlHlmm:McGahe/.J-iaie! *.Sander.'Florence Is rhatwe 'are in W. tI. C & Son : the. second, which M 2540.. .
+ 'lczfl i opening at the'l.lea1. Madame faille is divided into a flat '
Frederick containing
t' I -'.gtv 'you a Irene: Jaudon,' Agnes business'f for but we do not -
Doug'a will have on display the S'lgh.. Messrs. R.k.; > 1211 AVCMM D four large rooms, with bath,an i "
B. B.
Hall. Hin-
I to rob to It.
expect you get All conveniences.
very latest Parisian headwear. hall This prop
ton. Proctor. Carroll Smith. Lemrie We make is rented for the nrst: '
want to our store Those hoae-made chocolate pi'l atLeffler' city year at
I Pointer Comb, Walter tanlandlngham, Ted and I $610( 00. and the second at 720.00..
attractive dealIngs
Wanted One furnished room not Frederick. Hugh Coachman, and Tom 'so our are Pro.lDe. Quite popular. :If pun want a safe and profitably

'. gfceeding'3' 1.2 block from Avenue McGahey., fiS| I so ,fair you will tell Try one; they are deltalou.I I investment secure; this at> ones,: '
i"your ELECTRICAL: Work C and 12th street for a couple sober fri? i your friends to come hereto I The price is very reasonable;.a 4.

.''-- young men. State price and address Seeing;! Miami !J-by W automobile.: I trade. If you send a For roar bathroom I 'fixture BO to te'tnseasy. o. ,i\,
: Lots i* a in
mere property a bearing
Xt' Z. care Metropolis' child to for W. 3. Brown In the new Front Building
ton us anything -
: H. BROWN Elnlg. opposite posttfflce, have. grahef-oitandotangegtovewhiuhis
.' I an ap.to. at. cart: Hire( you: can be., sure we will corner Avenni D and lift itrtet. seldom offered: .far'ale At the
"cctrlcal Ave uEean: r Shayne.. daughter and .. -JHL price? a.ked. This.: !
; propertyoouJ1lain
Contractor..1113 :C 1 ihost. give It the best In the house ; :
son'Mr and Mr%'J:J. Buck;: of Newcastle : 1 Forty acre fine vegetable tan. I ten acres and has.14 5.:tree--,--,
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Leslie JBhtnt for the If we have t .
Ind. are located at one of tee M.|: ? secretary of money. pine and iUtched prairie-for rent I part bearing. 600 to.bear.. neat

,Hall cottage on Eleventh street for,the treasury, will W'ainOOc"" the dlstlaaulabed *. your confidence we know,, quantities to salt| at a bargain,' tot :Here, and 300 the year following.} ,

MOfFAFSDairy the winter. Mr Sha.rne.t.. among) Tlaltars ioJTaajpa' s during'the you will bring your money: Arch Creek depot TU propertyfV ,: is!'3 the tU1t.list: 1.arit .; .1. J':1lifrti 1
Mla.:fri regular 'tourist, having I State FaIr. A te't>:rrm to,,th'u" etfetot here and will feel you are i >aM bo seen to be>> apprecIared-Tti' : I '"J, bear l1et e.-vestmtsel 't'*

; ,'< I spent many winter here. I was received from thq Board of Trade getting'' full value. for it| subscriber will be Jonnd on lr 300 .. .bear Uyears: .*,
I committee, which presented,President,1 < John H.WeUa. j j3OOOCOOC a 100 orangebearing.11 &;
: Best table board It per wk. Lets i Browne lavitatlon L ip'f Secretary Shaw' ,t ti 'It thialrfagot"8eadiag' IW a'. bear next !ear. .-';.1

Eestanrant, ..C1t'I.\l'11u'-: asking,;that, be] vialt, Tampa on the yon are atol. 350 budding atock. ..?>, X1'
roar money away to a )<,: 50 tree (
opening day November !6. and assist hottse we will sell the'rame arocacb.1"f; "
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new. Including ''DrI;; Jane* M. Jackson who was i(Governor;''Browardjja' ';"conducting the bills cent* less than' O ECEI1WOD[ $ Situated mango on the famous n ftepaf.,, "-;
''' bHAl.A .' summoned hurried/ last week to the opening,, exerclce <;,Secretary Shaw they- will. No one in town Glade rock road 1 tf!miles ffOm the ,
Flt' mdn the bedside of hi*"mother who had'beenstricken'wJUTparalyW replied; :that, heVwopJd-.be I unablijto: can undersell' u*. We are not city} The price.and tenD.u...* chV "
cutters, bnt we will not allow JUkAAAAJsckuc will
-- that move
at"her home 't eare.Wasiingtuajoaahe day menUoneJ.Jbnt L. llale-A If lad ..- ... roibrwk. thUpromttljr. If ,
:and anyone to cut us. We believe oak w interested write "*
neatest. dta- at.Brou m;'returned home'yesterdayjmoraing :that, he!would attend,the the cash buyer should have a'' bqalft at tlale..... or call at" opqe..' ..".

room fa{'the city. > Drr JacksoV report that ,file ,Wet'. 'Be fay eieed hi* appre- better price than the time F 1M writ 'o METKOPOLITAH* offer for old Tkwr TA1.KDJO R co his mother though'very aged; II'do- ctatl0lt for.the !jcottrteay;show :feet1ng7y.Tampi"Tribune. customer and I MACHUtK CO. m Mata ....ifck-wUJe -- '"
.. r. ru. o.tsgwt.... I L ., O..Box 457. Miami. >l7erida. ,
,' ,AN 'ID PLACE Ing;nicely and 'la a fair way:to complete ,0.. .. \ &.*, we:give him feumt i
recovery.: Ae soon i she.1 li able c ..,.- ; .
tV' POR LADIES to' travel' she will come'to KJamI'I Jacksonville 1*i.I tot'" have a Keeley of lo': Miami ,Coflservatorjfl: ;of: Music

h, spend the winter' with her I Il unite for,the. 4re-ef-aleoboUmn, *.. 4!!'> j,', > -rArh. i* ->rvff J f
Connected with a saloon gamily' morphine and Jamaica .ginger habit : ...
; for cash on everything except **! ''j1.'I.WdfUl: Street''' J ',\
Y 1 If It work successfully on the JamaIcans U 1 N -
AND OILS r.. Bcist.
f ittermlft ,tava9'dag: ata 1 W* charge,no ton to cross our 12th I there ;win be,,a large enroUjment ,w'Caferoan,' ,. Director.European .

.. gI ass., Light ',re-! street bridge to any one who buy aj I .,from ths! '[[ ecUcm. The'Keeley :We Want' Your .Money trained factUr. An artist in charge of each' depart.. >'

tents_ served 'durboo..1 ]lot 0 of _n* In .Riverside, or to any one]t'i treatment ,,la:the best In the world : ment Piano; Pipe Organ, Voice\Violin. Mandolin EIOCSH
.. wha rent and' occupies a nonce on and .may minieterft lawyers. doctors, PbysicaLCnltnre, French German'and Spanish. Harmo ,
] a: .:..;.., ,any.'of said lot*. We"nave 'aedded ;and men now in high standing, cant Miami Hardware ny and History of Mule Classes. artow' Kindergarten and' ;f.: P
Primar'lJur.1 Classes, u v [ ',::' Send for _
I to nIl ticket to regular patron ,a thank theiKee'ey! treatment for saving 'I ; catalogue. '
d I door'east of Avenue D on 13thkreet 'half regular rates. can ana see t them from a cir\\ nkarcrl'grave.calngTiie .- I
J I2lh SC; East of Court House
Proo RiJ4iDK. ahDrla I Diplomas Upon Graduation.
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And In connection with the object atkm as and for the articles ot incorporation : To establish own equip and
POISONED ARROWS. t hereinbefore,enumerated; establish.. of,the' 1amI /Transfer[company garages and motor vehicle repair
.4l.I (.to*'"{..W...,.... 0.1. risk I. r and conduct and permit the establishment and did severally. acknowledge. and supply establishments.To .

I rreatar_te.1s...> I : and operation of.any- business to'.me f jthat' they executed the![same ectab'Uh. own.'equip* and operate -

t i De use of poinoued arrows in prlml-! ORDINANCE' and laaJdlUon thereto the city tax which may be conveniently carried on, for the]purposes and uses thereto ex a line of automobiles or 'other
;;t" warfare to undoubtedly of verytsadmt CITY tAn ) to fortailose' IIens'for taxes- on 'real' and :the establishment.;Jof which may pressed. I! motor vehices between two"6
origin. Tb custom U men. :; any
Ordinance designating the officers 50 cents for each distress warrant I be directly or Indirectly conducive to It witness whereof I have hereunto more points within the State flor-K
by BtraUo; Pliny and Aristotle of ;
:jtloned aO of whom agree that It was wellknows of the City of Miami, prescribing' Issued;Vx hIm to be charged u part of any of the objects of the corporation, set myj hand and official seal this'2 j Ua t .

: i III' both prehistoric. Europe and their respective duties and powersand ;the:colts 1. for collecting the unpaid taxes u wen aa ,to contribute to. subsidize day of[ October:,A. D. 1905. j 'To' acquire by,'purchase,:-'lease, ex-'

f fem&' In later times 'the0' ;Celts'' and terms of office, and providing for. on::privileges and 'personal prop; or otherwise aid or .take part In any N. P. a May Robinson. chang or otherwise and to sell, losksm ,

v Ga. t>envenomed their arrow' and their compensation cry, and the'I m'f 10 cents for each'assessment inch operations. { Notary FJubUc.My or otherwise. dlsppsetot real and ; -.1

.;aeDsbora spear: shafts, and with-American the jukes and of Aw-the Be It ordained by the City--,- Council of city taxes,, certified-- .by Without in any 'particular limiting cotmtulon expires May 114901. lOW property.or.eltheii.ot": :any Interest per.

:inDo savages with serpent vruom'aaeTairw i of the City of Miami: J him af unpaid against real estate to any of the objects and powers of the State of New Tork. j or estate therein without being

from dersjlng fi dC I SecUon' 1. The-gotcrumentotthe: :: 1 thej\ .city council and.payable by, the corporation it Is.hereby expressly declared Count]; of Niagara.: as.appesnd confined touch real tie personal prop;

.7 .*r47'erUwtiB oUoo. ,rf thecyalsg i, Ky of Miami shall be carried on by city. || provided that the corporation On this day personally before erty'u may be"necessary"fofbr i incidental .

ref..to them.es "a people the following oIDcers'to-wlt.. The'city attorney shan receive the shall have power to Issue bonds me James T. Bmndsge, I to me .to .the'proper.carrylijK on of

whe ptep.rearrow. poison by mlxlc; 1 A mayor, a city council consisting' sum Ck. 300.00 per year and to ad- and other obligations I' .to .payment well known;:as one of the persona, deseethed the business of the corporaUon/ir any

asrpeni:venom with the virus of putrid.. : of nine members a"board ot ontntnls- dltlon thereto, be shall receive a feet for property purchased ,or acquired to and who subscribed kosname part thereof. '
/eerum.? At the time of the di : I .
.t Amerira the Indians were a* stoners of public works,consisting ''of |5ior"eacn. salt Instituted by him by It. orator? any other;object [to'and, 'executed the foregoing Article

anted III the science of preparingarrow three members, a city treasurer city to fretloae Hens for taxes oa real la or about Its business; to mortgage irtldea'of'Incorporatbn aa end tor I The amount of the capital stock

potion as the ythians or any"ether marshal a city Berk:}'municipal property, ani liens for laying sewers or pledge any stocks bonds or other the. articles of incorporation, tat ,shall
be "thousand
earty tribe of European or,As1gtle Judge a. dtytax assessor who shall and aireet and sidewalk improvement obligations, or any property real per; Mlarn\ render Company and ,dU acknowledge ($10' oo) .. ,

peopled )i The! favorite mode u also ,be the city tax .elector and a together with 10 per cent ot the sonal,.and ..mixed, which?may ,be_acquired ,that he.executed.the same dlTldedJnto' hundred* (lOO) share '
4 pracUred: by/the American aborigines an of ,whom shall" be amount i of the recovery -provlded.that by It, to secure any bondsjiotes for the purposes and uses thereto ex of the par.value,of one hundred do*;
was tokin..some animal a deerq city attorney lara $100.00),
.wlld. pre..k"j each; .which shall, be
shall fees.be or other obligations by It Issued or' Incurred {
In no event such charged
voters of said ,
boffftla preferred, ,remove.its liver elected by the qualified JI&1aIl1.1n cash
: to] the;' city. ; to, mike ands; perform contracts It witness ;< also ;
..d caiMe. .4>e vlly envenomed rtp- dty. And a city auditor a chief rendered. -
.t.. te atxfke its.fangs Into It until tile of the fire department, a dty; .physljC'aa Thedtr; ,auditor shall receive thearmor6' of V;any\klad and description: wt my. hand.sad'o1ldaa'seal 11w. U Article

tacit. tamed green with poUon.' U one a. sanitary4Upectcr' and city per .day for. services act, and.la carrying oui ns business or day of October, A. D. 190C. \ 4.,
eeraeBtljUd not supply enough other 'each of oa'1rt7endered.: for'the purpose of attaining or furttering N.'P.-. Geo.: O.'Sheppard The, corporation stuU. have. ta11power
superintendent -
...ebWaed- the work of sra,- cemetery |I. : Bab11t1.Paltenoa to exercise'Its tramchiles
mar: any of Its objects to do any and Notary corporate
tag the matures' and caneiag them to whom shan be appointed by the Thej! city cemetery superintendent ,
sri'other acts and' things which are a-Erwin. II- and privileges for the term of
: shall
1Relk. theilvgr was kept.op until theM or and confirmed by the-dty council [receivethe sum of $100 perT4 '
dfaitnf"reran 'obtained.' One _yfc now'- Or .hereafter may be authorised Attorneys for' ninety-nine (It) years from and after
were And also treet overseer and city '
lsige Aver thus prepared would furnish 'stall by law and 'to exercise*any and:another : rfC 'r IU I corporate existence
ofj whom be :
surveyor sehj: ]Tbe sanitary Inspector receive lyyORDlHANCB ,
pulses enoogb'te coat the shafts of 10jMBarrewa ,- I powers, which a co-partaersaip Artleie 8 I. r'
;">The Smithsonian iasdtatefa by the mayor and confirmedby the'ianiof: pSO'per year and all sanltaryfeesand ." I ... .
could do and '
I natural exercise
aadreds of these potooaed arrows, the board of commissioners of pub-- charges;coliecti4-by Aa' Ordiance to'imendrSectioa. S ;of Tit business. of tike \corporatloaha1

'* tae'.mlcroecone\ sbowmg. that most ef lie. \ccrwu.; ":,-J Mme and whichare now or. hereafter an'|ordinance_of_the__City of Miami. -I'b. conducted br a board 'ot
,be authorised ,law.Artlcle.L
by ;: '
dMoJD'Ja ye'-a poisoned,. with rattleA | See. J. A3 elective: 0tII shall hold ,Tb i ogmpenrdoq! of the W.et'o r may eaqtled. Aa Ordinance .to'' Providefoc''the :ess. than three,(3) cUr ton;, nand .. "
8 : l The; amount CIf the capital >>- f
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Office for the term of two ,e&n.:: oruntil erseec and city earreyoe' shill be fixed i. of.M; OO.OO[j of. ident/a-Tlee-presldent, ; and
stock shan. ThousandISO.000.00) '
j : '1>' : *
; ,theirS,,bceaort 'srei regulars, bjr the commissioners of public ratio 'Oo&dsJ i treasurer';aid. General agerAnyftwe ,
,.. '. 'CITY OF MUD. ( Dollars.:divided Into lire ;'
elected r land cunW;,ieeptfai< to worn.. Section' 1. Be'rt'ordatoe4Cooncfl 'bi'hii of said otIItes miy UM

....,. ............, 'y.... ... r..1. ass members of the cJty-epundl.anJ comOilssioaen rj,jset f* (The salarlesiotan officers Hundred oT One(600)pundred shares jfUOaop.of the par Dollars value 1 '',tfj if f CIrthat the by one and,the ..amiiThe persona,; i *....

tte-"" jt p&Ue yorks ''wao snap! sha,;be paid out .of the geoeral fund' each//which shtl.b. payable m'lawful J PtaII'niioe': ( names'of tl.e'offlcers'aad'il- o

'"One 01 IIIOR extraordinary dUes Bold o>ow forth e. a toalj yeah apd, shall:be.aadlted-.and allowed:by i inoney: "ot the United States'! of Artier. dtr 1 1"I"; ;; an ordtninceto' tors 'who ai.'tq conduct the restaesi

.A.Ia,:; rggd; M'travd1tcaatedmidst :Ie'm ten:. Peejrrttqa uW,pielr" .l\I1eleUa1'11.,are Letet the;,clty :O
,vu..{ d a trait ia1t desert which i nd qnaQfled.' provided,'that of the nth f,bills against the.dty and shall stock Ibaf bnpSCibd and' of.,Revenue Bonds, be.odd 'llw.sameIs''hereby at the erection shan be'nallfled

.t.UII'tO'lIfmD: to bBRy'RT4 :Aembers d. tty....council, who>> shafltie tieptyabl/motlhly. ept.u herelaprotldd pals! for in"casn'"before'said: I corporaUon tonJ\ amended'so''j'' .tq'reed-aa,....-- eje::;.. lr;,.Aaottaa;,:prasNeatml

e aear tsihatUceIspahan,1 ele ii'offl'en'the"foiM MozJJ '. Of. shall transact tuytbtidaesi,and it t. -. ". K general manager. It., B. vie*
!'" ,..'IIIfJ, and Tnat & 200: 4ay la October.MTC\i'UOS five meat 9eo. 6. AU ordinances lid parts the balance shaTT payable la cash SctIonpk lP.J1'i".J' ,e: DWpent.and.liereyK.ten( .,

,....' The trthahtaMt-Tesd ]ners shaU b dr; omee Mr! the term ofqf of Ordinances to-conflict with the e&IJ.of the board ot dlreotora. ecuted aa prolr'4adleidfaaection 1.shall :: et tarr:1w..A.&NI' JLIr4t
..- a* raj.hO ,,:Ted dur- upon
ve.kepi: ei( 'and'T :!meitbe ordinance and Be gaed lto a series, numbered from BJnlg:! and it..KlThltt a. ahaa eoa
'Vtaf their Uves'number perhsps two or four Drears1 foni' provisions.this ,.be. ,Article' iThe.corporaaoa'. 'ahaQ : *
tan scion solid JM bulk of these have ottho dty. council: jaaOold office for the" mme Is hereby rey.atod. continue and hare .fun power to'exerdse l)tif, !ibft IncislreK:amounttog" lnj the stltute the hoard of;dlreators. fr|1
; '
-: st-astanfed the/r.travels: farther than the':}erm.oflio 1 years andTpr6vUed I'.hued.October'' .o'It. 1101.1' Its corporate franchises prlrl- ag egite;;"tp $5.OOO.oe., "against thd liThe( organbaUoaaaX{ p\R annual

pr.Airman lathe gtbbeeraTet fIIrdi.r'J the-of lid bard of e uUrs..- '" 1 F.' H. Wharton leges and Immunities for' the term.of General Fund of the dty of')MIami4n!_ meeting of,the.WkhcJJers shall tef

i!Jp.,4 pab4n make atones of-pubUdworks.:who shall be Acting President of City Council. ninety-nine" (It)',,yean, from ,and'after denominations of 50.00.. '[r due sax held. on the 1st day of Jnanary, HOC

., fOfOOf and WJOOO eople elected/.to':office!:on'Jthe'ta,:Monday it: B. 8 'J'1aDa D.ActIDc'CItt, :the'commencement of Its corpora months! after,dire, parable at the of- 14 the;city or.Xl&JII.-! Dade< 'CMaty}
.U>>e1r..bome.,For nlnetmine *
sot tf every hundred''of.these:fbe.great In October A. D. 1905. two. ot suchcommlasiown.abt7bdd.omce ft Clerk; ate"ubtnee. the:e r treasurer, had' bear; E7ortda., The annual 'meetings jiere4

.1 ....,. world baa absolutely ltd existence for It Approved October 19. A.'D."1905. Article t., The,busine s"of. the'corporation trig rrn the* rate!;'of ,slx (6) iterebaf i(,be"held' on.the first Mca

l at all 3'6a>3'1 jterm. of .fotlJ"l"1'I.OD" eom- *j! i Job SeweU shall be conducted bi'a board per cent per annum, and he'imountre4zed dust !n January'rot 'each''and 'eveiT

1 j.fTesd ta a.:tlty; nude atoort entirely f W e 1' fbill! bo J4 pffljee for thj tern Mayor.flOTiGtOfj of not less than three'(S)'directors, apresident from the see of such! Issue of yiTheoIDeeran\ \ \f!
tIC mad;:Not only. are.the houses..buUt Bonds be euried'andcredited i I boardlof
fears. The term of .o lee .of ail ,//vice-president,. secretary, Revenue! .:,mall; ( ( .director*;
ef material. but the very fnml- "
Y officers appointed mayor, shad ; INCORPORATION.To treasurer and general and to the Oeoeral""Fund, when of.the corporation shall be elected W>,
tara,tM fro pans,the barrels(or.grain py,the .manager I .
he'4bUdrsn'a toys' the bread recepta: expire with the term of office of the ; Whom... It9 May ,Concern' such other officers,' agents 'and em- the same shall have been' levied and the first annual"meeting 4t the stock*.
r .cka.t ea.the beds, are simply,mud I uie.aeci.tor the;year A. D1805:, onthI'C1y holders andlaLtachlaaaual meeting
mayormaking:: such appointment i Kotlce is hereby ctnD'that the an- ployes as may from time to time be '
melded into a rough form aad,dried In Assessment Ron.1.And II of the stockho'ders thereafter.k'
Sea 3. AT c'ty officers above named I lerelgned'Intend-to apply*to his Exejleaey. elected'or'appointed'by the board of '
4heenn. lt.a ,t' ,
+ A-la.Jbe, ; ,load sbopa the goods/: mestlya shall hart all the powen an I Napoleon'P. Broll'ard.oy. directors.. Any two'of said offices ex la llke ,maner,Revenue Bondsa9ouuttog ; ". ",'-.Ar n'c:14" J\Hf') k J

!{..,....!di8pI.edIIDJla'S of .mud privilege*.'a ndaperf -aU/1h. i Jutties .Tnor of the State of Florida;' for let- cept1he office of president; In: the discretion 2,000.00shalj! be issued I!The highest amount of Indewhich '

Qgqrdtkere is a.mnd room bus jfeqatrfd of aiX| toposed upon e;rS- patent on, the proposed charter of the board of directors,'maybe a 'at the fund,for llghting'the city,! the corporation may; a

fr htad.r The ken"oveu, are.of.mud, them by the ordinances of the Hereto attached. filled by.one and, the same persona to a series numbered from,1 to,tq Inclusive time subject'; Itself to 'eLai,,;n .

i 0lwl.to the.very floors.,-Many,of the city now to Joree,an l tia dty charter |Thls'2d day bt October. IX, 1905. The Dumber of,>the.directors of the a bearing same data "and,rate more than.ten' tlsoasana, ll ,
;TfSffia ev o at>nod and derelopaafaiwb tTtgWattira shall be. axed from time and .of like denominationsand ; \
enacted by of Floe i J. T. Brundage. corporation t ofjlnterest dpHsrs
'a. )esoi etj.Baddy complexion laC I '
F Iff: .... I loa,. ACtS CC i. 19u&, JJ\J J, II-, lIu1er. to time by,the by-laws. ,. but the 'number payable at same.time j'and place' Artleie" "T fl'
: p. ; .ft 1 i
f., t Jot1: ; T '. a, Bee.. 4. The city officers named to B. L.'Patterson.CBARTEB. ., If fixed at more,than .three shall and the proceeds hereof shall be car-. I|The. ;names sad; residences-of-'the/.

". h l iwaaiRM bs'dlfeult ....-. j sect'on one of this ordinance, shall .r.: ., .. be some multiple, of three. I' riband credited' ,to" Lighting., ;I'the Incorporator;! ot the company- ..andamount '*f

.t.; i to4Ueve..lU ) receive aa compensation Mr, 'their able. thedandeislga.d.,do Hereby associate The names', .. .of the officers and directors CIf'T F1m4.'f'! '.. 'GLl b 'U" of capital stock Inblcr'
piteks i: true tbata the,death,,of together who art to'conduct: the bestness''of Aad t la like Bondsamounting anTaVfcaiows '
services, for each iyear: tile:soma,tot ourselves for the parr manner.Revenne tor "bjTeach" : W
.lt .Gt,.thepane '
f fatber!UGtenthedaugbten, ticcorred JTO yea! apart, j owingatowlt: :,> c g, ? piiie"of".or nWDr"C"b 47-corporate the- corporation until'thoseelected to 'MOOrOO,shailbe_Issued .

,,< exgrswUaUier.pf.the British mlnjsaof. ". 3 The ,,mayor,. she l,
ti. + .t pBsrJes.'James,$oz. Sir Ktefbt of,$100.00 .per year Of fractional. part I : '"ie"'dii qualified _are". James"' T. Brundagei: : !!rna. | Iniproyementa j Jn.% series num- t.}9) sharer ani -v )Cam .
1 J'...,,married JG54 aad.bad,a dsngb thereof." ; "w:: -.J *" The following- cbUt president t; J. M. ,nanle/ 'Tt ice-presi "r4.' : from,'liloSCI.toclnsive: ...bearingdsu !. bti.teae'(tjitbare! .. ;llfJi.. I '

i. ,It *r.tr>r* toHmito'lttt; :who died laQj.renrtft -,'.Tne'ittemberBJbf 1 'Oie J dty' r.cooncli f Yor'they!Intended! corporatbn: 't'j t, dent rind generki& manager; S.'L."Pub'' a sn";,'rjite'of interest. 'andpEdenQjninatiop4'Irl' ; 11n witness whereof we have MaJito v

i,; ct-tL eame;year .Be Jiad shall receive the rum of IOO for J each irilcle'l. The name"of the corpora tersoni1'; ;secretary-and' treasurer; and ... iiytbila'6t. :' set our""ban Js and seals ';'thlal

$-c lipssea and" married),+otheruchlidrewbopewiup, but all of.them:41.4 be regn'ar or special meeting when they a shan be "Mlaai Transfer(,Cpn! James T.rBrands e"J/VJ'Hanley; andS ssni.ltoj. tads place;,,and the.'proo th day..of Nviemher..1101., -

f J." ,,*r.4be,father and without lesoe.1 Sir personally attend. p iny," an41"4.prtacW/plsee./ of tbus"li ,:1*. 'Patterson' shall'' constitute. the-, coeds thereof shall be 'carrledaod' : "'L' r W>JU'LDlio. '.'. "

111I.f 1.-,, $FibeJV/Sot.wWilag als targe/fertanetlJUt ,<:The: omm1sMotl...,cl,imblle works I, ess' In Dade. coii y.1 FloriAa,1 with board* "of directors! :!,' credited to the_Repairs and Internal ..l_:; .. ...::. :L"B.SI1IC: :! ;
into tbe.haada of distant\ rebv shan receive the sum of '100 each per p indpal office at Miami Dade eomv"Florida. The 'or n1atSoDf and'fint"antlermeeUni"of'the' i Improvement' Fand. t Jj. I ,_ 1I. x..,,Whttteat_.,:;1
tVt ell)aarrfed again at a reryadvancJse n /" ff :stockholders!shah be PannedOdobee.ioL; P.,,i.os.r J
to of Florida
quarterland case State ,
7arpyabte t .
I'. >,-,and to;joancest dangbter, was ef of the..... of, -City Bonds,' the come ;,, .AI'U.l\'a 't i.m\it: generaraattre**j rr\ ? ofUah held on the .lid day'of November,"'Al. J :W:Hahn, : County of:.D 4e. (4/ 'it} I I.
1SIW reached tbe :
< ft.172T4'J age f
aJiJ .ii .'dt7'ot 'MlamVfcadeoountyi
:worD'l.au : a e'kab 0.:1105.obi: | PreaUent of Ctty Coeacfl. .
mlssloners of public retie'netpfocdstforlne /o "i r
tii penoun
*feK&igat\>ar and ,-died:'to 11iZ.'rAlit dar ytspMe
R' .L. 170.yeses after the death of Aersd Mv :)aAomtJI.''.". .. ....". pef. f4 pprfre, owa, equip, operate'eon Florida, The"annual tnutinpithereafter j, ,...,,, .. .. .... ..": .. : )I... _-..0'ran..Jl -;,
3 : **sister.4<\t i (J.f .1. jh"t = : tlatkg'aad duct:aad maintain a general traasferIfreVy'1 shin b*aetd oV the second ." j -'1"'"'"'q'1r.! ')0 -' .. and U K. Waltten. to me 'feuas bfta
< i i a I : -1-- > I l oPother'traBtportatteLvBal: :; Hon4arla'January of each and'every Appre-ved October;; *A.D., 11Oa. 't,
tui j rpd'At. disbursing 1h. isame, iSt ., '" f the persons- described ta "' ;;n./
; sthwa.M.twaI f.6 t tt c4' 't 3 t' L >
i. 'iI"'t +s. -n6 cIty'marshslananTecelveJThesum a 11 ;; year. 'JobJl[ t treil, subscribed their ,ex teat-.
Jr'fti.Int.alice.et! aooB*bad been cut. : tlTheioffieersran'd' board of'directors' ; '
=;iTa h7.n.-1eue 'or'otb enrlM.t.iLal'o rMayor: attieesotsou
,: of addition I
Wjpsantu1Mer oftryden cborch |65'-per'00013'aad' to ed tha.foregoing lacui .1
I .......,. at it; with as keen aatldpaUoa .thereto;be-sha'r be allowed the r .to,.tra& .... displayed. In,tbe Caces around same feet, as 'are aDowe.t '4ert-f: piotol' \vehicles! of an.JcJnds w"H'erIf.opeDe4 first aaaeal meetlaf of the stockholders r NOTICE,40f'INCORPORATION. ,.and fc *did fS severally' &cbowle.p.
J4.I. : [11- by steam, twolrne, electric- and at each anJuwtIDcof .
;'t. : q' "; a11.cuee before thr-munldpal court the 11IM.
J. "Deft'. as fine a goose sal ever saw," or other poirer: '" *"" f7T the stockholders thereafter; but 1.me'. .toerICle4.: ,. f. :,)
the'Tlo'atloi ;
t for :of .dty. orOlnances, To Whom It MayConcern.Notice for the .
Ant ido WUOaaia.1 bet said to hte.lKwt. lIor' If from any cause aa election shall not '
I.e1 '
tmrt dW joa.get anca a fine oaerj '. provided thatto aoi, case shall' .inch o,buy, trsmo'lnntamobfi base ockerwhi;ind toaeal'oe'to beheld: ,on the day of. annual is hereby,given] that.on ,th, la witness: : whereof I have aerenato

111 f 9/Wybow..Mlstalk lllawlet; .'..:aid feet be taargeaUe eatast the city?;:1< 1 ; meetings the-corporationshaUy not list day of December UOS. the anderiJgned set jtny aaad.'aad seal tauTlOta,.da
-k ..er iefc Utegooee. With a sodden 'The dty clerk shaU receive the earn ethers i motor( 'yehid. sppHei C nxtureisad" .. taUad to, apply tOfhla Kxcelteaey.Nafoleon of November.M>C >*_ .* ""!'
........ .,.m1llit1. wneaiyra preach rat'140 per month far atteadanoe o. upon farnI Jab ia"of'revery stur.'aaj' oa that account.be.dlssoired. bat aa : B.\Broward,_Governort.'the Fred rtek'B.'BUa3r." -,; '1' !
goad ,semen I never axe kind vf : ;'rtf 'j election shall boiled by the directors -
ovpedei ycfCeeme soever. .V '
the i i eonncflmeetings and lisping:a | ? State jof"riorida' for{letters SealtNotaryPaWHit:
.TMuyoi got Jt. to toe dara a as soon as practicable: thereafter, '
R trrfal sMtter. anjwsyr_ >s >>. Jf i record iot their!'proceedings-''''nor .:|TO rtWb :aegar;:ewer des tnotlte'ot'the'meeting'tcr; that paijent, on.,the.proposed! charter,iereto .Jf.-. commission explres" Septembee.
: other servleea Ute fees'u are a'lowed sfterata,' conduct and. 'm ittached, i -
-.- -r ;: M tUr { purpose g4yen'according to law. ; "lIO,1.t r1 l it .J ';,4k_ r1 '

'. .'f;'". ..allsl.staa.f' rAS., clerkS'at dralt'coaRi.iprorldedtM; rlrsges and .gineral IDOtCIfj; eti je 'Article being R Thblgbek. amoral' &. AI; .9hoN!' : \ a to v* e.: : t U
VfHemMy ald>-Mam..; to to.' asear( of erbIdbI! ;toeecatsa :... j supply.. / e lndebtedneW<;' hich 'the1 t :toorpoa'lUoii / JL a EBno.v .j, A DIaaetrIUlv :

'''Ribs sBMBHj eyvorce-I HfiaiotheV-Tes.rtbat,d1wsys' dear:IN','aa the a tore the municipal court,.to!no'eventihaMiuch" : snch Florida"point or SoIi'D "wlthla mar at iay&>&'nllJ cc jtsdf to shallnotVi M. & WHITTKN; I .... .... :_. + it-
'corporaiTo'establlsh '
.r11s. UDasA-rWeO, wfclchMe Itbs-'dF fees":be'cnargeable'agamst of 11,' \ t"H' '' J, .J. ; ; 'm ::thin'one-bill of 'tat i .... 4 .CHARTER, '., ;.t tn.gestfoa t. '
..dti--v-x J.M Isoe 7', .. .. ( We the undersigned" do hereby aa- "*;
reeett: theraaoegthetuflr'ltls; !:: -t < '\.. '. t, .Miami-Why, what uestlgos to'*Ikl nf 1p # :| ; acquire, -ova#>.. ital7 stock.1' *r *** *:,* ""f :' sodate ourselves. together for the and constipation have aapfedi

Iddess!Rat 1 Doe ftr91i UCr t1a 'tO iperateV conduct and matotala ,a!to* y irfld*'1'tai' BamWof Indleififenoes purpose of .orjanlalng.ajboJy: : >> casa isaaad,Badtevaie.ftsaiatoeay. .''''% Dr h'lT! ;Ifa.cruse'.
? .d 1 9t auto lobd.,.;'or o -nnptorxtehlo. 'the Ucorporaiors ef'the'eoepiay ateui der-thelswsuof: ,'jthet8taie.ofc
t..tae .
/sgitd9aonecettlllomaryosgto. .i.e...rt .-Brooklyn sit ftKH.ada ..asxohttpebttn:st I eB-betweea'aaj; ..1 ; 'toot"alai; "l joiitiwtitlaitbe arid 'the ataottat k'tapllal'laeet.ahaertbed'for .' ,'df flt
.Ufe.YIi: tp ],,1 _-. U :.*ij-jrf falsrtfti: ; *+per oeat'ettharaet'proceeds* w: r '.I -1 ofsuchbonds i \ .tttttOfhlorldt. ."' "C :_:'J"l.tt 1 by'eeea' are;as< W'l\1' ft.1M tole wing..Is ,the,proposed,chartetltaHthe.lgtea4ed
: > v i
,. for;.rooetttoc-ladWogC..1 iTo{ aequlre'ay: ;;' ,u- *rgm. lease, JuaeisT'Brbadag.i !Niagara hilt cocporatloe.. 'I WM.etii "'

J']? biV .i ,,1ai bia+t''t.fSb ( l Y""I; .-.'.....e'Til.'i ,+t.:\ *,j rat'ii1'J t-3 1!,. wit* .? !(Change cry? oOerwls*1'and 1o.t.t Jt TiWaaares-: I:.;Baaley. lOamLRajM U:i ,Ut Atbi t ,J i.t' .. ,gists Priosj Me. .
I fedpble neI -aba recfv4 :real italjWaoaal > nam of corporaUon, shall 1 .{ifl gnr r: rrjin( m"Consnmptloa 1I\.
T: t lies whb e: tinatl. )__ : ;: ease or otherwise dispose t< 'saares: 8.> U PattsrsoavlO- ()'J'" <|< ,
the e3B-ef $.....yer yearpayaaWia projerty pr MOwr.,'or.>;any ami. Fla' M snareaiT' &>
I ,0 laiW'1 4r ifWi. :," la witness whereot- hare aerenb :tts..prIcdyatp'aeedbmala.s.; at,M> and tnroagBjltl.fcet3tt! : .u.:

idr Wks bbl i1l i>:I :ur atik ns eonflaedjtosack' fe f or nersoaal- 'I 1 > set _,wcla'... drib this Jd ,, hI'-tT. i writes S'l iBaia/ ls 1tm'. Max
; at.rtIb quietly, hapoo0edOlneInd .- of pne;dollar: for- sash cue arising property ssJW be1. <* iry.for oftoddeatal day of Gc5e idr. As Dt' 190S.1 I.-- '- .. =1.1; : =yc .. 'Tor the pant; be Teari..b..... _

Plato Dealer. 31lg} itlir bIft icflai irattldpal court provided to ;;tha, proper: eurJ1DI.f"or : -n ".:> 4.-.,.>-BnadacaM I The general :of business to be the Hghtestalgar'have': .. ot. R m'J'.7I''' '':: .

Oat bi'-Y .vent aaan such fees be t1s.Doielneq; of th.coepoeatlcar' J"" JL1L Haaley seal .transacted la to. .establish owa. qnlp, taiea Dr. ,1 ew blr

'.. jolrs sityed.9ra'peaMe; 4 t cbarg KoT! kgiinsir tte dty. 'J| say, :part Ben t.: i -iior; 8. L. Patterson, seal :operate aad,maintain aj.:general automobile cove T for, eonsumptiosu.. wal

')fit,d4trd i rhea irkylgelf i ft The dty taV'saaessor.aaj.'dty tax Hn .t__ :.L- 'ItoiL state ot ,Florida. ? llTery.To ., saved nwt' from,eerlous'lung'

;earxsgj:..rde; .R..,and,the. colleeWeltW'lneedtj"h.a'*a9k rot:: Iteration U from 'time to''time"to'd0ell ::Oouaty ,of Bade ,M:, buy, sell, I lease ,or .otherwise to His mothert. death'was'triad' .

3=_ -1IfU' i.rdtoatkette PWPeee |'stbe..merenre flW'jor assee.'"*Wc tiwa and "on.*or more of the acts or things ,X>n this,day pfnwoaUy appeared b : deal, |& automobiles and. motor vehicles Mr'BJed. J t'1wi 'leaVned'ThatJ
vodd richer
t with .,et7 isadaat_ d y.m"ft prepartoi'.-the'asaesmeai roit'for'j'each: I ; hereto'eet tortht!,anu It ttajr. UJnciIM fore me J.M. Haaley and 8. I* Pat- oi. all ..Mads.To trouble mast not-be'negleeteO.

year and for collecting 1M city tax \ bmtoesef aay pet be.! tae State arson. to-me-wfU known r-two of buy tell lease or otherwise to how to care It Quickest relief. i aid

-M.: eWbi 'o41;. ei .lor*each 7th sum ot iwo.t ic of FIoridaaad nary baveon.,olece diP perms described ;tn and who deal to automobile and other motor care,for ameba and colds i Price

wiW" ?. it.'on'tie'flrrt Ix. M.'ob ,oI eotieoteil 4 more tbwk one omem'within"saidtaxi. wTfhM' th*'r Dames to and executed -... vehicle! 'supplies, fixtures .and furnishing and $1.00 at'an druggists Trial

Iterlt ronttrr te prove, that be ta also a 1 and one per "'cent, on the remainder;!. UM foregoing articles of ncorpor-;: of every nature aid kind. tie free
toot-F'kidlq.: ,
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professions 1P.tt. I .- ; letropoIH Bureau.. i was disabled between this city : r
fir In the.Land; of'Flowers 1. ;1T : t' Key \Veit..Nov*13. [BaranaSand towed into. port by 1 1 i.r
a. '( ... ,It is. re'I' t reported! .but I1lt. of;/. steamer Coasts ''' I 11\
ard.Suitshiae- <.' < I ( It clanT.' that; tasteaiacr [8WnnecocSi|11'] The Portugese ..bark Albatrox, I ., 11 I .., ;:

i. i \ I--. f .>. cSI- .>rrwtls wolch plied Between ,!fill jport \ tnc -invest.: in 1hoperty that insara,a ; \VTTORNEYS LAW. Miami two !>ffsons a$* la ronnectloi' Thursday for the balance': of YED.I.'I. .. ..
profitable. (rnv ctttm\ut:; "Wc..ba.e'profitable .. ftmprwaiwts dtoo.rbltt.t.indF.d.r.ltp.oS.tboaitle.lor.s.mbine.sa, crab theVesctl t of the }>. 't .Steamo'-i staves that were left here from a -- ) .:.
orange groves at remark- "rIdDI tip Line hasten; rechartered by the.t. that *
wyis1 wrecked some Ume f'f I1 !.Florid
at.tt low priceLAcre property ,tad TtOw.O.BOKWT.. !
company lit uit same rcn ibis scat ia:I After taking on the she t<
liable for rrowinjj vegetable Miami. Fla.OOa cargo : .
citrus frnits from $12.50 to $300 n'l is expected; to ar-ue ut an cartrdate s:ail for Portugal! I
per acre Business .from$1500 .,?!. EAfif1L L D... if l | ., 'I The fire'&n"board"the Mallory ; ,
td'$ I.800. Residences $1000 to .. The annualmeeting of the stockholders -I coma) was located Wednesday|
with Sell 0."ana.* y.Betldraee I
$190. all on GOOD TE'RMS.n of ih'e'l::1 Consumers Ice j and b .
Mta Strot \ .,. Ing tween decks, and was *
coner Aft O ;Cold ,Storage,(bompany, was held aj jgu'cbed.I, A quantity of the t Street..
n i. Rentals. Fire MIAMI. FLOBIDA.Attorney ;few nights J ago at the Union Hall.]I I I'was taken 1 out to locate the

.. O}J:L 11CII801lfJ<<, >i,,;> :The .old 1 l'; Of.r4:1or: dlreetDri-wer; re-!jEurveyj vas he'd Wednesday Procter*: '
I elected! ''Oatti5,1106'! ; more ofJ] the I Ii I I steamer to ascertain the \
; i snraoce and 0Rfeudent 'ollectiols S : i nock win be;placed on the market ':done i d to make proper .
iota' [.-Disc' A YVKV> > Bisect JAvtt.D,I,at j>re ent rwa'ch| : most be soil by'December I datlonicompoi The board((Of VS survey'S"f |' t
WLUl.L'' FLORIDA;: I > Isti'; ;:;! after that date !the ed of Meaars.Mason 8. :
agent: for]the Georgia stockwill! beheld; st SO per tent P. J. McMahon and John

t Home,, Insurance: Co.Wilsonithuddleston. G. W. K wrr.T.TA'MS.. above, par.th\; \ >e machinery 11'1.be. Afterflree xamlnlng the hold where !
r : r; r ," hipped'Aomtiie:factory by the /30th i as te.an ,
I m.esjr: ... '. located4l> OP! P :
"-- 'AtaW 5.OmCX :5. ins i .* ; t '
; iWt ommnaded that all the cotton in! \ .reed
Suite,-2, 4, G andS i The, Gagnpl,pollock Dramatic j Co. section where the fire .was ,
Na'310t ';r"I .orflu Baili 8aJ DIscaIet ; : I will!arrive ahjir>[ week for a 'limited I and that the. j1rfl e tJ : # tbriM.-
engagement r ja'j" the Odd Fellbvr's and as much of the
'rftlfth Street',_ ,Iami. Florida Geo. M. BobbinsAttorney 1Jat}. MUi 'Edith Pollock. Bert
pag- loosely. The
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::;.r # I daunt and qciJ:' ;;]' Hanna are the jraly! '- bales of"COtton' J Just ej.Y:
and Counselor let -
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members of
; company the Ore. The coma
1"r:-.. 0 At Law.rmpralra..j..aa.rttt'sua others'' :. I New ji it for'yov. ,
: r- ;-- are newj ones 1 ork Thursdsy. ,'
I... F.dOR. rn. New was recelvedTjn t TIN BOIUERS,
t c- l A.r5 j" i J... Q .*..J.- .oJ ,aDet'tbesl.aaattn-.. --dnktcaaet0 111 r ''Thursday morning ofibfc lY n 1 Pr Hint "of rte tt -
1 .aNoted r W. B. USH. late for the ?purpose of raising ..-oIa l'of' Manuel Muxlo at Havana. } ; as long as a ae
to put In a Pei{ Huor in the aravry. 'I j JMnilo[ was well .known in this Our work U oftea
::e 1:1: tThe Widec 6la arrl.e.llut' TJaes-i He ws a member of the Key wears longer'thak
day from Port!:Royal with i a I II}Guards and *a! a social favortt thrifty hooseviaUnlng
MIAMI FLA.. barge Jn towHor Cvantano bay, A The l rDiakera'"Gl >

1 if \ 'ia-'ltrT 1t,01a l.' iVednesday a factory went out o| a!UEfLo, with gar repair week}'a
1frF: : : MulIottIli.; a mine was__found' caught on boftbmren da. The factory-A COMPANY .
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of ba 'Iors The .
theY Thar{ It 0. Steamship Co.
.e .oiliil 1ISJAYe. fU1jureh11 ,.lrebwvlogilt Anivestigatlon In- vertisli i one fare for the round 1
we G. Opp. Scbooftoose | wiU;be made to find 0. to Ta pa during the State
II came thereof; j The barge was DeadJRtf41to. Many our: .tflf.rlt'nItiaU-
supplj the meat t k f.,.u 3- .MIAMI- -f/1 r>11UPiil dunia Contents'-from the selves f the' duceJ{ rites Land | !
f'to par customers. Th :range cfrt ,a. iKidJ: '-by, doni4'and. ..... >the 1 mine jrai the fal .
1 tare allowed to a lift for them ;}V rittl ; rIOBe'' of the doors as It u MissMartin. Martin, sister of ,1t;) I! wejA

until there ch the stock IClC. d foKe&n! president of the
yud i and then getescaoght Loan vestment Co. returned

dayare not what ire want 'aor DADB day Guantan'amo, Bay with a I city oq the Mallory! steadier !
oaf customer want. barge In tow!Ih"!:!; Ire j nesdsy from
I.11a Residence S09 Avenue D..MUmi : ; i a summer outing Lq
The steamer quote which has bee s north.
r Prime Meats ,,,, LM lY f1 WM'D.DD: : :.[' In port some laitnrlth.[ 1'load'ot7um- The CadleTAid Society of_St..

arts what_we -offer Their;tender- ber for the Mil'.ory steamship, line, Episcopal church are making

aeswj jolciness and fine flavor are Phy.lcllLlADd Surgeon le tj of 3lttul ie s/)T.'nrsday. where s ttong-fo "- crac1 DalAto be he _. .

1) are"SSWicVlf fktodlealw f, ort'-t'Dental.it'. Specialist entall* e 4" gheiwill xrW' runlorange* l '--- ** toiiamtm" +and I L. r.rCl'f.-'n..k..wlNJaJ'_ ..[ -. ---h-_ .. ,
l>eneflt'of"the I .
C aN I Oral Smrnrj, OmniI Improvement
: Doane, Prop IN.ea.rot w_... MU Brid.-1& The steamerFanlia:: came In' from the church. The children '. ball Sons 4
Havana, Thnrs ..y and sailed the take place In the' afternoon I
.. i. ....l.. ......... .... ,yC: +Maynard. s ame'dtytorPlloDdlaz'The its grand ball hi the'evenlng.Georgia ;? ; ... 4 i .i et>
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Ji faders d Miami.Consemtoi7't: '
A.i..SD t1orortO.eV'"""" p' 1 (r Turpentine' Operators 2'1' ldin 2. :

''i .. REO.'Loll DONALD- i qJ N4'fl1 )t( I :1.. Heavily'! In Florida. __Lands I !\ : f :..

1ln .b. J Or tJ #.: hGenti.s ,. ,'j r,,! ,.;j'at tllilufr."v. f 'id e.::_ SkopCtFercea,
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R.r.gae W esatwtae .. a.pwtq '!'be pI department hopesto ;[one of me'IDOII& Important t : .' !a

ni eb.rn. DS Z- 'QooQ.. .. ...' 4B.., .. n. ; a f), ,betig;: et'al.ma" :,7i'} 'ig-isfflft"., at r.ce deals U11t'1i coniumated dloee'at the In the Aragoa ,; skilled oe done mechufca at t.>te t:.

*. W. BACXU8 I '* Jacksonville last'week i it
fr I .A.2\4r ,,,'.-.r-L. The musieal 5'l[kindergarten.! .are','when between 80,000 and 90,000 I : t'

: 0<:dJ. rnot-IJ : 11188D41a" W"f tt Tin .mu *X< jlT TJ?JyJVftf! \M ,''of[choice Dolt County. timber I : : ahCe
iIt1: [mReftj+tR.dd.oess game. ;the, dta know: that *gfi:'changed hands I 1 I .ff
a 8peo1aJS bead .and overJDfty; other words can '11' 'This Seen '
deal has
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JJM.ds1 1315. ATDUa D kfc -r
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V r (1 r 'I ".I' ,trerliin..1.1 rf.& (I t):ia .J : .bu| was not;ton niatsd\uiitfl.' ,. ': 1>"> .#':.t, ;.*! t
tV. G'tt day n- Ai! Fopt -:1.-} yne
'Mid. Virgil t j&ng'rton is new:'Boyd of zalhY.' fo*";,, i Ii i! ;A t 1 I JiV-' "

..&.roh1"teO"t.' member, .of the'violin. rVT1" class J i :: Bainbridge' bay. signed- paper I .. '12.0001
Kiss Anna Sanders was absent fromthe .injf to O.W. Dean A. Eesaoas: .1 l
: Roth Buildlnf Miami.Fla.apman piano classes ,1 joa aeeouat .at t tai|:'JoSnsoa and J. M. Bell of Wry in,loans and, *
1111. ? who'kasatooch; -\:Ci and B. 1'. Bullard of Bar ;
) Jt.. . I'; ::i= \J' X -.Oa4 the ./ Attt as ?....
Ire i i |r. |"j"jfeTaaTatna foregoing amount of tor, re-' 4 '

,!, to: oj r t'lf ':tun Q' FIAIII;.olJ,911 FrOtt.'t. !, ]1 !isko..died rei t 1eenUy.ett : toaaideraUoB: of' between !' -. aa to *,

.......... ..._..' ..1', 1M __' ;; an 'estate valued-at nearft' aid! uooooytz :_ /t:- !;}{ : ;, t I I I' I
8 1,1:,n ,I eNl rJf :::-.n_Ia ae ....... _B,IKIi.. ..loot tW ly'M mmWoi1liAJ5D kin life;'r5That" Jacksonville.ls. tutleidq.artera : : '\r. itlortleI '
4,,..u...&.. Oeu& 0Ma1.,...... .. Ume)e' gave liberallyto charities ;;|; :tai au lueh.Iarri ,
t ly =. =,u.OC-M&II'--I' ;:-Jjlfri1Bcnrtewimami; []
WorleY:: ... Dalray.FtofMa great Interest ii.'her piano stsdles,1' not be disputed!, 'it appears ( \ 1 : rt
y ,rie w: 'Graham t ..JII indlihini'Edetyrogreas.Roltabie <...." .t that* the majority of land. "i"na.- "
ST t een' ly closed are to a '! ::1
Cotitr&ctor: Builder: Information come from .the obby of the Aragoa floteLjThe 1i 1;( ;
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that[ ) land Involved : ,
& Cox 9ttiatactiontaaranteed.a Lafayette county to the effect 1 la the f
; l-deer dying fad',from black pUgue,;.:deal!, U said to bevies the richest H2't.St; :
...& pHn'Swamp section there ber*section 'of Polk County and 4
:1 Tekpbd.e1244eft fllen a- treat many carcase* which Is 'now.beingstnrpendned
: to Mr.i National Rank found and tie.. | ''residents of that bringing Ins large proflti. On
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Merritt&Kblb county ..ho hate ;'taken >an Interestin "04 there Is a large saw mill :

bunting this lame are alarmed fo dlnpoxe of the lumber i [ INitil. ,
Red Estate' Rentals 'de.r .
the fntcre, rf thq,Aecr. It Is said that. I for tarpentlne pti iN
s's 'Awnings38'2rbve
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"r bide; M h'TTai V ajo: ?IJ't'1kM't tl|,inni'!. *fit' ,rl i )
1' r Ai'ri. '-Cl tuft[12th 8t;'1tLzinS7 ..Jflfl that non'e'V-'tie;' ; 'reiliients of tha
ff1/1HI }110' rnl.IUJ J IcoaiUrrarfe.hanUac:*"*. '*. -__ ,r- I aowi i *ll*Black. .toe*:; Kra if. R. RatcMe i received i I ......
ltd !sort $t telf' gw ns a,,j l disease, .which swells tbthtoa'tnd'the'imhna e' thud inilllglk "1>> jthede' .

{ J r i '. 1 'IJR, j'I kh; llt,[t # dlca soon' after:.3'other.. 1Ir.i.tJtbh ." 11;, ; r $450' ";
ichmond .being attacked.Llve.. Oak,Democrat,'! cored at her home In Olney l j ,. {
1 epr r iav tf'\ J.t ,.r n.y 'tiu- / h ...
nwu ST geb '(iI f fI.r ripe old age. Mrs RatclUTs!! : .J 150 ; ':
J049t1Ct. "1 WHIt. ,< t, w rp ; ..w !1 ,,1f eads extend sympathy to her i .
.ator\I: siTtepho-li! MaHory. IniaerfeiF an. "m"M : t
-t tl K[ I tf'EmHA' P ;iU rar n : ?"i abnalse: 'fartsi AUaataother ;IttYeD1eD 1

r II III' i tli$191 tt2 f 51 w'i.r",+1. 'lnf .,4'!u tivf n k.'ltm9iy tmoat; t 0{ 0. Poppletoo, the veteran :.
good ihlngs said about this. elmaa'of. Stuart, has gone on his.- \ : !
.- : :.U! I..r1tl1'1nest i telfliotti W.toaowslon'.thV r.' K." a!] 'vlsii to the keya-jat<&' omtlxjrV : : ,
( t'alm cli Ftond ,Baflway exteuScHhrort.. ;; Ucn jot: FIorldasaad baa da"rctM. ; : t : '11 1

I "I have not | :beea down In the; The.Trlbune;' fWlow fife'toted[ ,1 ; 1M', .
NEY4tMor Soother* part'of the state very lately, that he will touch, so that he wgvt .t j

u: dq fCrading S but',r"nBderirtan4J that they are: fill r-: !osj eight of whsA.lsgotng oa. '
tra. theinarkpt
|ryt&K the raTIroaii from Miami to Key': Lode county and along the St. ;1 1
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BlaMinc. ,. West as' rapdlyjjs| "'poelble.'and that' rlvei. Mr. Foppteton la"loco !' i*
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LoagJt Well DrOted. al0.r.lh: they erf-havelOn3jrrISO/;I ,, ontbls;; trip 'by'Rl'L.' : 'M II' ,, .
and Bo>d.Con tn ctlon ;
>. <'c> ., bofldj 9f\\, corms,. the pttd ettpktn Florida Photographic concern of '

P means _4a spending o\ mlhtonf. P Ce..who-will'obtain a great, ; ....... _. )
Tw (j.ry ja ttctw la wbgtatiog ding with innie of fine soRd .[ewes anwngJtbVjkeTBand; -ii -

y. 'cemsats.&M ,qty} arUges' '.pnnln||the big gays th-(extension of the Florida: East .

Co.jta. line.cards; can' be had. at the Y strop-(I road,',when;compieteo., must be.onf railway for the use of this eat 1111
Go Security ; '
'oUa offlce.' of the. wonders Of the worM ,llnK. concern,-Fort Pierce, ,
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-vt 'j.I) Tuesday,. Nov. 14, .
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,' : The Ldieh of Miami and Dade County. ,, The Ladies of Miami an Dade CountyI '

cordially invited to attend- are cordially invited to fttend t
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'fi Embroideries/flouse : MJ
Furnishings, etc. z.
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>Vs I:: Evening,: 'Npvem Ebe 1'4. 1 905 : '.
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from five to eleven d clockr :ir- : five to eleveno'Bock

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t. ." ,' ('' .'L/!'")' .. rY:3".r..t.I Jj 't 1.;." .. new weaves, styles and :qualities ((omlthe: ;
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i worth O f 'wl Cf'i' ods'iJ* : cheapest' to'. :the'. .. most'jfexM i'' .. sive_tel. "fabrics... |].

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A splendid line of ginghams, kerspercales, madras, docks
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.+ t. ,,. -. ,, ; .. .. 'd, :iinl. > die' ;;|.>Shoesiwe.-- !- .<;are>: =;t.1" :. I,w"":''q ::superb.and-will meet t ev rydfmai1f"i:: (Iii: hie :Dine we bought a il
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m t :showing.somef) '- bale; of nainsook'remnants'fine and sheer, in. lengths from one to 5 ,

''t ; styles.- "' ;"V Ifi"*istto' "ysS-your},. ? ;interest V *** toloop' \- f ,10 yards,worth,l rom 15 to 20c. We:will sell themnt.lOca-a'yard."r
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44 Shoes 'BEFORE'o, PURCHASE .y I >
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offer white. blanket at 3.50
7n a splendid ; ; : per pair.

; II.:w '' *Ac_.'.'. WorWj'af.**. *TBBJ, I can! '' 'please: Yo"U'.' A All:prices in cotton blankets_ .l-in gray acd;white.' .,We have tablet; /I

wens'ShOe'Store'. i' linens lD.,large variety and styled.; "Napkins, to,)match, clot' X
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.t on the bargain counter, It will l interest; you." We'are," agents
,.:\ ,. ,"' ., "INVlSABLELwrig";corset.. Askto'swif
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kfsThe.'only exclusive Shoe: Store ;inlSputliFlorida.; ;: .OI. M N, t' 1y,

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:; -.SECOND SECTION. m MIAMI I, FLA,.'NOVEMBER 13 1905. % PACES 9 to 12 ''


"' ,_U.l. iKa uiiwreu waist laMUlVtA I WILL INVESTIGATE

IU/.U'-r.IU.I. fT"iT--t[ are very BilUirti INSURANCE MATTER

'Dfew York Fashion Notes Mtt ;| i. is tint hint to pnt'u4t i A1RIZONAe

uuc uiey ,wui pusa me aunty New York, November IS.-The

.wger.e Ma' .at to tae Male' a* soon u meeting of Western Insurance Commissioners -
.. i ..' "', " .' 1 are very wv4 u me nouse; out'no.wo-. Investigating 'the situation 'In regard I I r
(: New York' November 1L-Those them will make them more In demand ;
aein Mao" values ner aesiia ana golINy to the Eastern:Insurance companies,
; small furs that. tuber' In the wintryfaeaaoa than ever before. The lingerie blouse The '
; win be the' ,
r : are among the' moat becoming will use up at least three without the I I. win r.tin ,the run of cods by al deve'oped by the New York In- famous' Play produced by '" ;

, when' .rearing them out of floors. uranee investigation, opened here today !Ij
j.;thtnp In 'mlUdl's wardrobe slightest effort one for a round yoke < i.j
1Ett'riCLLA CLAIRJIONTurtiijand and will remain la session
';. 'selected.f.There seems to be,no I and one apiece to the elbow sleeve U:. \ probably a
t all through the ,week. The ,
.' (;11m1t u.to what one may spend upon ruffles, the latter supplemented with I t'-"!' commissioners I will their ttnd-I Miami Conservatory ,of ,Music '
I,;i-. ;.those fsu'lBMIiig accessories. to the a double frill of the sheer lingerie THEY IkETURNED HOME,
tags to their respective state gbvernmenta.
,;&1etke. The richest'and deepest of material beneath. This is merely a -. Dramatic Club '

? sables the shimmering, snowy white alng'e: hint; countless others will Instantly DI..tlafIecIGerman. Laborers Sent -1- :

k;;:or' ermine'' the' soft brown mink and present themselves to. "the saBack .to New York \ i ii
Caning cards,
[;?/many other pieces that add oh'someek woman ,with a taste for dress and a handsomely printedat i at .;
jA> the Metropolis office. f Direction of Mrs. Lilla, Belle Cary, the
':'!- both to one's comfort' and cap share of Imagination to help It along. Mt-; .
Berfhee too, are finding new and novel -. The. thirteen German Jew who applied i -
,.,..pearanee. .." 1 tJMta I i #
,.,." I uses, and those who have oldtlme to Mayor I Nolan yesterday''forassistance ; i .,

"e': still reigns supreme for' al possessions in this line would better JO return! to 'N.w.-''York Auditorium Friday;I; Eve November- .1.7'Reserved :
were seat to]Savannahlast night by ,
c: asoca.-ana so?rare II this get them out clean them and dispose .
., For the' HebrewAjBenevaent;; Society.!land |. '
1tit141 pelt becoming that Its already them after the latest models. a< *' "
f I by 'voluntary 'oati-lbuUoU maderopollhs I J ;? .
steepprice promises,to" reach an out Jabot there la nothing lovelier '
F ct.iaht position for .many ere, the titan one o< the oldfashioned long V.;.rcr* r*bjS ita-1:.: seats On sale at Youngs Pharmacy'anf [ fBlscayne .
I t ;:.,
u Is The Russo-Japanese and full berthe., for cascading the |L| "'
: aeuoa oyer. .
Wed. 15Reserved' 2
i Un .Drug Company, beginning Nov. .
stated the
t' As Metropolis yesterday ,
'i;war II said to have exerted a disastrous outer aide of a butterfly sleeve for' !' ,
: effect,upon the supply of'serer draping at the back of a deep eelDI these men were en route' : 9 !;

: 5al' tors;' the hunters and trappers be- I hire, an a lace gown where the lace to Miami from New'York to work on ttttlll Seats 75c. Admission 50c'

l;.zi Sag drafted for military duty,'U4 on* and-ribbon mingle prettily'in fact, theuses' the Flotdi.Bsit'Coast. Extension, -. .t

j able,to follow their usual haunts ana I for this set piece are'endless.. were told here,[;they said ,that they .; p'The'RIith' .-
could:not do the hard work'or live
e-'e e
I f pre!" One does not oftentimes associate '
In'the rads camps, and they, decidedto ', ;C'
: : political economy and the -Jienie. all kinds and characters '

;. :state of thai f"tb'lnga.bat. one, always are asserting themselves strenuously return. to! New York though'wlth '- IN ALL. QUARTERS" .* rlordi'1
la the newer modeL'AlrMdr out meanstlO pq"Uaeli expense A '
we are
wheN have b eeo'talte.s "a.
oar and
low;rate was made oa the'railroad pies '
enpie more or.lea accustomed to'them m \ t
2239th street. :
i and they 14tt'list night tested you will, hear them praised _,
I 'modish It la sure'to become,'and the coats and Jacket and acceptthem with (t' h'J;
came the city 1a_ 1. There Is a knack about pie .
E. C.' Long Into recorder
+,morn beat are.tCe would be' fashlonSf --complaisance In this connection. But a office yesterday 'and aaUifie, baking which we have aught per Now;:Operi''for, Boarders t
shies upon adorning themselves'with the long coat skirts,are now folded ..
,:this particular article.. back ID'fJ'ODt.U4 on be'_ildes Inci waif ,hire the men and pay ,then ect1T.. MRS V. Ai RUTHERFORD J t tt t MRS.'] EOLA ATUIlt'"

J. '" .> *' dental!;,'pretty nearly an of the new $1.t6pee; : .$sty ,and, furnish them OUR PIES
: er.costs. houses Others ,wanted one or two < I -- ,
'Caracul la a Russian furthat !s are silt up the aide, almost -
'r I of them, but'! the, strangers preferred .will bear comparison with'even the t -
?\.l..laving quite\ a vogue of Its own, and ',to the waistline, and gain at he butt fo beat of home made., And If area '
O : to go:.back) ; New TorkCity.. .., you Mark's
Skirts too, are' not free from this I Oyster & louse
acltit 'almost'unJ- Cilop' :
i being a cOUJ b is" Mr. D. &HarIey, la'charge of,thetaaan"workers faJrJ-4 i youwin'admit:; oars are :
: becomlngj One sometimes same tendency The coreS are so *
better than "mother's.1 Bat
brought here by the even you
It combined with modicum ofermiae disposed ,that they overlap, and the unless i i'
.. Florida East:Coart Railway,says that wont be able to, Judge., you .
: ,'tb. color contrast serving to j jtd overlapping points an folded back 'be clalma 'iit a j few of them an-not give oar a trial, ;
1 usually 1 in a triangular line, and oftentimes Sea Food Our Specialty < .
splay both furs, to better, advantage : j'Ullhb'Tlie '... |5f : .
faced with some contrasting lottN'SEYBOLD
--:,. I 'material. best '' Florida East Coast Railway," .
color, The makers L"I"
0 said Mr'Siriey"would; stand for
The.vogue of the elbow sleeve will i. line those;; folded 'oyer'p ru wlth' a violadon! of : 'We '* 12 STREET send at all .hours. 41012th Street Stem Plondi
are 4
: nyono-tnets t, "' ; '" x
trade princess haircloth, so that 'theydo : -
: give the fur a boon for kind"'to' t
not the but'do
only men; everything .
least not presentthat fluttered out and depressed t I.
at will be a necessity ;
to avoid friction.
:appearance that an unlitrevereahrays 4 .<5>.'.WWi."The ooeoevotoeeoooeoeteo.eo..e :.
t k. tors which hav been Inflated They are being l. brought here in large '
: 'eo refl that even, experts It la aid, displays. The soring-, numbers< to'.work: on the Key West' : : ; ,
;jt are'sometimes pawed .to detect,themIb.UoR' Bees of the haircloth-: keeps the. \ '
extension, aid a1 few' left the train I
mere<&always In correct position,'and, Best Thing Earth Earth Itself" :
are ermine and seat Mole before reaching L thia city, sad eoUe- : on Is& {
: ,la.now got p'to' resemble seal very prevents,'It. from the creasing and seemly violated their agreement I ,

: closely, while, rabbit -Is clipped .and crumpling that the chances of general The complaint: they make la'without o ':

;otherwise: treated to 'represent ers wen oftentimes Impose.: Sometime* reason and oea us aa Injury* I, I I t 'l '

...e:. There ..'a great demand this those:reyeres are merely tucked downon t :-. i "

for white furs,' ermine -white ,the ,undersides; bat oftener they" .1' ., I
; year : TO, IMPROVE THE We Sell the faith.
rout are' fastened back with buttons ,and '
fug caracul,and the Inexpensive: : Hi. 'TENNESSEE RIVER a o Y
;:lon.; espedaily fore evening.wraps. simulated buttonholes. The, opportunity .. :
: ';; to'" mutts there are aQ sorts. Plain, to dlsplsy--a buttonhole'Ia this I 'ri ." -r
J'' fW; round, quire'U4 pouch. And position i* too good to be overlookand N,,, A' Matter" eK: Vital Importance" Under" : tic

are'trimmed and-untrimmed .the handsome 1 buttons are an Into. a OIITod, T" : Riverside Addition 'I BdyViewAddition! e -

er for evening only though.. gral part"'of the new styles.. On: f !

P''t, .I: -. ,. e" Parisian gown. In a lAP green velvet<< Chattanooga Term., Nor' 11 The a Three splendid' residences are,now being tJMe" have recently platted and, placed CHI a 's; '
fourth handsome '-
aDd the a
showed and turned back effects faceJ! '
; Far trimmed In fashion market 80 Oh.es-lore. ( on Blscaya!
gowns are consideration; the measures necessary has .
stone building )just begun.' Maaj other I '
same ,
with the shade of moire tut l (
\\'f race more, after a' brig'g,rettnimat.t with. >. for theImprovement; of the Tennessee o high class homes will be built there within Drive;near.the home of Rev Dr. Bader and e
piped : little silver braid. <
t :present the- trlmmlnrr'ts: mostly quaint ar, pia '.Rlrer;; and,which Congress U < the next three months.. We have Just oontracted although the;plot has |just been,filed already,
"' looking, silver' thru* < e,
eonflned to coats, -ht a m'ratrtDime4' *I corner of the revere seem:: to:be ttrgeijto;; provide"for.;will.,be .' to have the trees all removed all the Mveral lots hare, been'sold, aid;will be ,lat-j

,. .skirts, car .s-..._ Shorthalrd 1tbloapothe the. subject of discussion. at. the ninth owners' of lots' are arranging to have the prortil oaei. '
It In'p'ace,\ : ; < -; -- at For those who want deal,.*
for: is used,, ili" r polar:caracal .' .J- annual ecenemon of the I :Tennessee eo '. rocks taken off and lots cleaned and.levelled. : '
r 'C. ble "balding 'jots,ovsriooklng' bay,nlgti
being.much la ..:.1..11.. ; This for lasjo River Improvement Aimtatlonwhlch ',The water and sewer piping has been ordered i a

'. _"pliable ..au'eo easily manipulated nee new,evening tones are pink and opened.its session here this forenoon.. e and will be laid as soon M received.- Then and beantlful and,yet beap'b reis choir

.as'to' make.it valuable for trimming silver.They'are immensely: becoming 'The attendance is :very large,j jan d will follow the street paving. Lots here are I opportanlty.j These lots will be sold at |1M. 0
selling for 'UI4.60 cub, 111l8.I18ID one year '
'yurposes. Corara'. cuffs,'. and Jackets and can be_'worn on many occasions. consists (ofdelegates; .representing e''' and 1168.69 In two years. NO BRIDGE etc h on the easy payment plan. 'CALL and '

.ef.fur appear oa some of the smartest Pink is the 'ideal evening'color' and nearly''all commercial ',bodies, town TOLL, charged to anyone who buys lots of .pi I LET 'CL l HOW YOU THK4E LOTS...
d.;,Imported 'Street, gowns. Somefixees there is" 'somethingabout'It''Which and cities ill' the Tennessee Valley ,

the skirt shows a few.meJalJtenifof keeps :ODe.from becoming 'Uns'or, It. and many' others, who' are'vitally interested i i i

fur, to match the Jacket but Take a' pink which 'la not too bright .Inline1; ImprOTemeDt'of Rivermont Furnished Houses :
and mike It rep'prettily;trimming it : S "_ e
-sabre often. ,It.Is. quite nntrimmed.fenlng ; Tennessee ver.Among those in .
and reception' "gowns 'are beta with'very.narow'' 'trimming"ot', silver, attendance ire a number,of Congress 0 We own most of the riverfront 'lands t j I I have a {'large list'of"' Fornisbed nooses.to .

trimmed; with sable, mink, ermine, and you will have a gown which wttwearyou men'.members'' of:the'legislatures;of 0 botb sides from tbef'tJ' limits up to lease for the e

a4other' costly furs.2 ., for a longtime.. 'One:of,the several Southern. States. and various! 0 the General ac.rage Lanrei.ee, landIncluding plic Parties riparian desiring from fifty dollars. a month season up.ranging Send for price Ibt

,.'\,! e. ee- !lovely new_evening dresses war- made officials.', lie subject before the'convention S. rlgbts, should consul UII.e- can PLK ASK' AND ,MARK YOUR S&LEcTIONNOw: S).

,, e.'cult 'of lace, Is fast reaching of piece lace of the kind which! comes 1s of. great Importance to the YOU AS ,TO LOCATION AND PBICE.I. if yon, expeel, to. spend.. the winter,in Miami

easlons Tot a furore, and every- by the yard 'at a very moderate: prtce: commercial: interests:,of,,..the'.TennesaVaTey e, I J -

"* from 'a 'wrrow' iQftPluiiBi&uv The ,Ikbi,1iullf'rather 1Imp- and .was aid it la hoped that by thecfnbtne e
1n ls'..!j Valencl. nnes 'that, aeI1a 'for cut to:At".t1ieo hips, In ,the .front It I 1 efforts of the Stste: 'Mtf tn* la any am* all parts of the city wp hire choice Ms. residrsces< and buslness houses f w sal and are el.

few pen lei the yard up,ton potatsji lay:slightly upon' the ground and to help of'the'United States"governmen :, prepared to point oot to Investors fee easy road to bandsone dividends. Here ire a few we have others e

sl gaae piece that., costs thousands the back fragged In long train faibl D. the opening of the entire river to 'aarIgatloa r

trflsoEars, lace' is :the hlngi'' On* It'war trimmed around the foot'with a an the year round will be insured. 0. a fariM-Iota ta tae bait.t ih. '+ a lots w.tb attw6lligat lyraal. FlMD. ...._ .......tIoe-.I_ : ,_ :
lor SUSoaat Mck. Watt VmbU tYi ta tows,at .' s...'.... .
ruching-of sflvef i:td g& S I/ .1UI4 .b We BO-MJ
*aa hardly imagine a gown nowadays narrow narrow -, ,..,,,. ...... ,: I RM o mad lot,a ran ckaic al 4
I '
wtthout touch of, lace 'somewhere and there wereyaUrerjiabs hanging .._ S PWp --- -.... ... aI.
a' r .j' I '. X tot* Utk tnet.Worth trlro or r..el/t for...cMa.,. MIl farpricr.Ot ; _
sr another'up cn It. Evea.the strict thrpogh': : the' lace ;Around 'the 'nect GREAT.. GATHERING OF. .FARMERS '

,intd. :talloMnades" bares piece I there was a tr4mmh g"'ct anTe;pW ',._ ',-;;,- o ,w I lot tk iw ivooas Ttk*Miwt,rtrhi*for M-T. JEstily trrmay.araMPw e h T.e 1 u1 nlyfar ..1-........ tw.e lot tS twltla hd ao.t..f_.ttdf.ad o..ua...

.,p.E I course'Rasslaa .guipure lace that I menterte.::and: 'aroond. -the* ,belt.there And, DffVinslflt'',Men OC '',T.......... TI..i"fotpAtaM' B.IU- is ai..a i a. ttoa.e and, ;! I'IoIe-.- lilt.M.IrasaS ar..M n. .:

aeeehresembles an' embroidery or*ariuIIarand visa wl4e. 'silver girdle. :: Gathered, at, GtsttateptChatancaeTenn 1 e.-outset.nefu lttoatWlot. rdLblockisetasttsthrtlraM' Tatittteaa atg- .tag.i
cult la Italian >filet Whfle -.'.,.', Wt!<. : lot.w atedrat.'ckenat s& u.ad u4 M o* Mtk rtn-4. list De 1 MiUf MtlM Mrtni i hi a'-
.uoY. .
I > r uawWtuh.nbtM letatio.etbdtrta ufettaaa. '
--its for'frocks of ftrmal latent, an offAsT The new"waIn'. flannels are, very November ILTboasaads -

materials simply cry out beautiful Ojeckv Roman, ''stripes,i Jjj< ,farmers and > businessmen
modish ; matter what
No yon want we are in position to save you"monej.. We have had more taan
i-'ssr a lace .adornment One can tardtmagiae and tartans made up the bak: of u.em.1. from .]inla'coonty!' ;and Iheaur-: I e .20 years experience in this business in Florida and hare a record for.never having- failed to make eS

"if: a gown of crepe de chlaewtthont and the colon are bright and clear, rounding dU lrsc .re here. to attend 'money tor those who purchase oa our advice. Come in and let us 'give you a few,pointers. e t
"Its full completion of lace without being over brilliant Avery the Huutton! : 'Coot;' Farmer/',Fall I We will be pleased to show you even.though you do not arc to invest. '

,.aj when ribbons are about u liber I good runnel at' fifty cents a/yard"Iswarreated and 'rade'Carnival, which hopenej, today '

padded the thing Is'complete., to wash ,without ahrtntlng.:, at Olympia Park. :
e. i, I School girls,win'wear flannel :jwalstsa : Then umber of ,e iriel..11 Mutually J. Tatum &: Companu

that lace collars are aldemodee -l J I great' deal' this. ,winter,-;and;older ante and' over $1000 la'prizes' .-offered '. ; s

( and passe, but a', women wTl;; find,them most. H convenient .: for"the best exhibits in the various-, ; I i- .

glance'.t any,aasemblage Importwfll -. ,for morning wear. They ail made. ctaasea.; Th4J i amusement: featHre:ln- 1 ,-

... ., ta ,: contradict that ,.Instaatty -.,|on the; simplest ,mode's,'a. favorite. oade&a4caeptral''sboii! '' :with' foaitoadnitlnct .,1 D'E'_ : arth. ;
| .' ;aSBrhap lace eo-1an. .. ec4- lmre.'bebic: aUato the,rldtag skirt feilnrea-: The ponltry ;;-'d <

[Ian" pee-.si. may not be so modlsa as' ,with a 'small"pocket roa the left aUe. pet';stock' show;la particularly Inter. ,; Rooms,8.9, -'end'10. ,. Frisseq!.Building, Ml. n i.-FloridaI ,

11 [batiks: thoosand.aad one ,,.Another'pretij'model, i has three: ''wideboi'p'alts esting,. an- t&be thia:year.; The.

Uses to wnAea the clever deslgaer putt; back and taut;tad fastoi: fair wta'laai'an:Oronfa'tiU wk.-
o .:>_:..," :.. >o, <: F'if,, ..: P' J\-t"' ;,"'i"oO.4'. .<."".' '1'.''' --' "" ,-: ." : .:. ':" ,'," '" ..... + a 44''I k'V fut '
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P .. _.. ltee.i R.'ITTYl'BROTH.ERst.
f .t- sad swat
,........ .n....... Rea4 ... c-..... ... Celer KaUva FaslU -I' Dowa Per w...... !?...
...... .t... !_" PI_..., NEWS BLOUSES, MILLINERY AND
Amr '
ended 'The piquancy of contrast enlirens the i: PRINCESS ROBES. Tin golden fruits: Quinces, pears and :
It to aner'DaUcm: days are
tweet apple Each of ;these .nrletSea 1
.that the real borne life begins and we hew autumn faitblons. Mode u far fa;, Machine Shop
should be stored down by Itself (or i
In the
apart as the poles place ...
1'JW! everything at Its freshest and a.a4e.s t r.rl Dla.trUsr f.. .
$ ...t: for the season of good cheer that Mbemes: of the J I gown builder The fate t. ....... .r E14 r TMW.M winter use and also In combination '
+ $a to follow:' Merchants and manufacturer Louis 7r''". style, with Its long sharply Darts Wick aid .ek TavUtr .. with each other. There la no waste to Agents for theN t Era! Gas Engines. (1 solene' y

nndemtaiMl this, and Infinite pointed bodices flowing skirts and laze 7rli o..... .. Cbgeas,- "", the quince which .. made rlcb and de- and kerosene SPECIALTY:
pate are taken to hare ready the Ut- ruffles, to to march side by sUe In f sror < llctooa by careful cooking. The pared engine repairing a ...
the robe, and The first blouse lllnitraUd. an elabo-
with princess b,11'" .
sat finding'and convenience for the L. ana cored fruit make i very beautifulpreserves. I '
ls of further variety there to the tailor rate'on.. In embroiderediUb, to of a General Repair_ Work ;
aiutiniinat shopper.. tearing the skin and core
costume, which to to bare It all Its own delicate shade of orchid manr*-.and IEVENTH "**
m When the bouse- has been thrown for outdoor wear with the long for the JeHy. All the broken piece or 508 STREET j MIAMI FLORIDA
way carries graceful deep collar faahloned -
,tIde to the sun and air after its a
tk open Iluqu@C tight fitting coats, though the hindkerchlef wire,'of"ralenclenneaUceTedged I less perfect fruit are ,used for the I ,
1IIIiID1l or partial dueing for UH KUIUr -
abort French coat also obtains a certain marmalade. For both' the jelly and
r the firs( thing to to go over It care with deep and very handsom '
amount of favor with those .whom. marmalade boll the skins, seeds and '
falty taking account of'stock to"le It suits. embroidered muslin Insertion all broken pieces'toether' In enough .

jwaat seeds repairing V>r what should should The long redingote, forming a double steadied by two fold of plain taf- water to cover. Boil until all la a pulp. : Miami BusIness Dite tory

be replaced.And Jut 'bers'it tonic, appears to"be among farortte feti"| relpectI\"eJ7 white.and. .pale Drain the Juice off through a muslin !
tW remembered that tt le the poorest
fancies( for the present season., Tb bolets maqr. This war designed. .. for. a bag for the jelly and one the pulp for ,
kind of economy rto put a large amount ," .
win erUently.&ot soon disappear. matron and'contrasts In style with the marmalade by.adding more water' and
.et f aiobey Info the repair of < boiling again until the pulp can be *
other wbicbshowi: '
1., .r, to not good of its kind or that chlnsVbf'figure, .a' crepe .4e\\ rubbed through sieve. To each pint ,rb.--out of Town BuyrJ and tho* within the otty will find In th* *
;e .....i long alike erred Its purpose when youthful simplicity.T list below the addresses of Miami Merchants under '
of the pulp add a pound of sugar. Boll '' .3
will It ? *peculiar feature of this blouse usa classified heads for ready reference. '
additional outlay replace
a i .
lowly,two hour, stirring often Pour t .
"': beautifully executed bertha of tucked
far better .
u< with something \ to thephuBbwg Into glasses and seal like jelly. .. ...

Tbl ,applies, and bating particularly' Then Ia'noakIdle } Steaming to sometimes prefeaTed'to THE" MAGNOLIA" GROCERY. I' CO.Dealers .. .. 'BURDINE.A.. QUARTCRMAN. .
I cooking In the' .aIrup for canning
tad between good plumbing m quinces or after steaming the fruit until In Groc.rlee."Hay;and ...

tad be4.lf then to the slightest doubt tender cook .It also In ,the..1traiDed ; "CraIL: ., Dealers In Dry,Goods..NoMonaSX ,

,u to its Integrity bare. It attended tot I I' hot sirup, cooking very slowly on Cor.tye. D.and 4th- '8t., ,Miami.! Ha.C. aDd Lad1eaJ'arllWlI,1". ,

osee.- the back of the stove 'Keep it on for .
..... ... hri_ .J L. BRADY A COJnney Mfaot'Iflhc
.. an hour.or.more 1C yon can.without J ( Oj"llth. .St. ;
? Are the pipe.-damp .and rusty of L tlt. cooking, to .pieces, .u the longer the Grocers. flay Grain 'My

.either furnace or store? Replace them ; l' quince cook the brighter red color win -| ,I and, Maperertillier' ..-}

caw ere:the cold weather' '. come: *.on 'I' It be. Put Into heated,, sterilized Jan '' ; J. a' CRKVEN .
asd the iaotlce'from. 1M ,meateAa of Tresh JVnlta and Tegetahlea
a and strain the,sirup over: itSal care- > ,
,the kitchen on some cold'winter's fully. IItk J3irest. Cor.. AriTD.;\JUamJ. lla. J.

1 aaorntng that-the pipe to bu'rted on -4.is>ee and Peer "._- Dealer la Drags. Patent Med ,,

4 .o an*. the' fire: won't born" bring ... Pare and 'quarter twelve pounds of .; ,j.' L LUMMU ,' dnes. :ToOt Article..

3 vtfeapreed consternation In.Its .ware. ,"' Vi bard pean; pare.and slice four pounds I.. 'l

1 ll the HnmftA the kitchen range anrlghtT of quinces at night and sprinkle' on the Dealer In Groceriee, 0..... HOT Arenue D.;, "*;. *
Do, the Z nrloue. drafts and prepared' fruit four pounds of sugar, v rertOUeraJ; .t. P:
Bay and I" .) j. # ..- ,.. ....- ..
: eteaspera do their allotted work? Does il''I: putting the quinces first In the kettleat t .
,Ge store smoke or the oven.fall to I : the bottom. B,11101'D1D1 then will tot iXtk.Street. JCami.Fto.. "YOUNQr PHARMACY _:, ,

hake7o>sides'Itt carefully' If the be sufficient juice to Ian using any .. ."lbrufa. .' r 5- ,
V : ; ToOetArtlciesC
-.net.all be closed with cement or a 1. 'I water. Cook very slowly six noun. ,A. CAMPBELL .r -
acv 1IDIq'be'pat mwtth: the 'assur- a This may be'canned or laid down In Perfumeries.-" .J'n
t '
rya ...\ that .nothing more to needed well earthen crocks, covering tightly first Dealer. la Dry Oooda; ants'. .. tionery, etc. "PtesciJUO. -. -
F act t food. If. on the contrary yea an 55 *. with .' thick cloth and then .the atoM inf.' "Oeata* 'rnrBlshrags.;; ;tintaOy.compoundei.. t *
1" .l.1mf sown a' % '' "" .. ", '- .,.,
I a I .
the crock:
tnconren of
.taaatig'th.Feiltl6 all''water'ehaae*long of ;being''economise: nsjonethtag t'ii BOW' occupying5 the itt D IoD'of I- I over ..,.... gsspM p ill Amsrs DARMSTRONG.. c ,....*,.<*-IIJamI-i 1fi Uli.' Arinue,...'.... .. .a- ice.' '.i_.>.

etoe and get a new anttassvfaamtd" those .who originate models m Paris Thto well tried rule will be found well 1 :,'

(tore witaDU. and ban been proclaimed hi hews a am. I. f 4swun op aaE tan sl worth- the trouble: Keren' pounds.of .... W "QROCIRY.CO.... ; '' ; 'THE,I RED -.CRe" PHARMACY "
artaet .pwe.emmts.lf'the old fur The souare rounds' the line of;the 5g. Concord washed, picked from r --t' "' t.v .':'t,
m : trap*,and lace outlining a clear yoke grapes J. '
: ,-, > .. Dealers Draft.' Uedktaei" 'i {.:
is of rep&Ir.t. ta the time tire and to singularly beaming to the '' the stems 'and 'sqneeied so that the .
sus out of a peculiarly:lovely nJe deJU lacetroth line_ .of staple sad daeySgrooirli.. irt 4trllki ;'
slight form, f A pretty example seen lathto Toilet Pieacitottoaa.eanfuny I
li In '
at. repiiet! It wttb tee that sew and : beanie In quality than that often pulp to In one dish and the skins another r ;
*t awt IWbte...:1en"-JtO m the larch ta style appeared worn together with used't dhow slaves charmingly treated .:, BoH the'skins'with one-oatf midis."t'P tabis41 7r em. compovnded.* ataO 1 ,"

the dead of wint .-IAdled :World.aau a, princess fashioned .skirt of cbanv "'irjthi; pup,'and'the" finest lace cupful of water until they an tender. 1 I l -r-t\ .-r Borders, 'promptly aUad4_tax* IUta '
colored doth..The was
pegne complete thus most covetable model f1 Meantlmecook; thepulp.?until soft New 'Avenm D Are. G.blast; Pia.
iProutBld,11th lit: Bt;Cor. : .h
made of figured plush somewhat like a enough to push them through a strainer ; : .
rrek_ "
eirto 4 :, Parisian millinery ta generally. admitted
tiger akin' It formed abort loose plaits ; flue to back the t
: keep
4 -A charming'school' frodr of to be the prettiest ba.the world
c eek tweed,for.a girl,ofnto, appears both at the back and la the' front while Nothing ever:shock one'"In' its-bar- seeds-which'can be thrown '''&7.' Return
: the aleeres Wen wide and short, finish
', the pulp to the fire, add the skins CoatractorstL DProperty' Owners
& monies f of color. rEach chapeau win
Thia lack j
ing Into a turnback cuff. land three pounds of sugar a pint of
uaf' bolero i i was\worn brer the'bodice'oftoce'which'terminated Ibo" careful thought, and:taste, by t Tlnegar a teaspoonful of ground clove.
1q the corselet somivdamty; little detail;that appeal l ,! "
the of ginger and three teaspoonful '
or princess skirt' ,The robe fastened at to I i every; cultured woman of, fashion. I 1 1 of ground cinnamon and allspice. If you, don't).want .toSAVE: MONEYJ, .
.% 4"ti the. back'alIt..alI In.onei A ;broadband Autumn bate of French Inspiration are "
Boil an together for ten minutes you.' If/you do, conic toMcDonald
of the same plush decorated the botlt mall and.Urge'while crowns or
often and put away In glass jars.Table .
hem of the fun skirt ,The effect, of calotte,appear somewhat high.' Garniture Talk. ..ihejnA: : .
the sererlty of the skirt was softened to exceedingly elaborate. Feathers ; Co7;

by the deep flounce of lace! crossing the ieiqulsltelv shaded 'In a variety 'ofcolors A..;';'. ....:...r. 1 .
t corsage and falling from a small pointed ;are amllled.ID no less than a :The color note Is particularly strong i '"

: yoke of leaf green velvet, while the paniche of at least four,or five.plumes In the newest gowns. The autumn and 'And Buy our Building i Mate'ial

,0'i, dose fitting cuff of the lace puffed im spa hat .Flowers shaded to the entire I| winter fashionable functions will reflect I rf jy't.: -
F : r sleeve passed, below.the abort: wide gamut of red: old rose:dead green all the tints of the rainbow. ,The t
plush manche. \The loose plaited bolero 1 and:bronze tones of brown and'green. new blue will continue popular and Long Leaf Yellow' -Rinc.and Gypr< )

-' Sy of plush terminated equally with the combine: wonderful color schemes. Lace the gamut of pink range from tender! <

tore:on the eorage''falling : In"folds I drapes many of the large chapeaux de mauve to'4eep American Beauty tints. !! of allkindsL. ,

4SS shore the close fitting cloth skirt.-;" ; tyle'Soft felt and plnsh broad brlm The wood browns are to be'used for .1 '( .- .*> ,- "V"''jJ

5- ,Of the costumes Illustrated one to to med.hate are among the early models. tailored gowns; also the'autumn leaf VTe? also sell Lime Brick, kinds)' Cement .Sash ;7.
checked :with white, ; (4 DoorsJ
son frieze to
robe .
I" : ; tr : fray .u-7be;princess yrhlcb'aeems: tints for gowns, wraps and hats.
t iv trimmed wlth.pattes of.gray sloth held be Very ;snccessfnt: among recent de*. This ,wealth."of color Is matched In 4 'Mouldings, and whatever: lse a builder requires .

.'cn'tte eat, :;skirt to prettly'platted: down;:'with :.man sllrer_Buttons,! Test parmeajwui probably be extensively the splendor of the materials now tub- t at lowest'possible figure.! x

anq'the bodliw*piped with 'white cloth and mere of white cloth worked'with. adopted by chlcdressers_ :wbo an farored ionable. There la a strong demand for '
r >.and trimmed with'pearl bnUonaiTne TtolersUlTembrokleryi It"ba*-a'belt-; ;'with a'good figure>Many mod satin'finished broadcloth for velvet of 00, K .Where We}Are:_ 14th Street. Miami L flee fvis.

'other attractive frock In brown collar and cuffs of violet velvet: ate of particular distinction an attraojtive chiffon texture,' tot' chiffon YOOea.'for __t ",,1

'anft'aavy plaid baa a kilted skirt and The other costume to of beige cloth; tojan 1 those who, follow, aartortalanells.r" J rich brocade:JD pompadour patternsand "''e '
with collar and pocket flap* of relretapplique 'for : ; 3s*\>* ; -r ". ..
aUfex plalW' bodice finlabed with ; 'Agown morning wear for fine benrtetta,'snpple as silk. T :t .SEE't.o.. .
.saart tMtber bett-i f -ta. ;; ;The :front fastens'-or* at .' ...itiany tasteful m effect. .to of gold Quantities, of lace will be used, and s :,,, .v f" t'%; & r
I I'io
: the waist with a \large alngto button / I ..tf: f. fun win be ln'geatrogue. Not alone
At p;" A TlyW1mtw Bleessev.Postals t_?'. r. *', f jrVKKNON WALDER."' I., id: :; ... will fun of the highest grade be required fr; 'Bllrnh:

obconlc. a relstlre of the ..."."<:, but the details of lining, of cut .m
: .
r most des Q..t eiil. (: { and.finish must show the most skillful .,
.Nnbleand, rellabl.wmter! ttoweringVlaftt 'A cup of cbetnntprip; (cooke4n4' t workmanship.-Delineator.Wat ct. .
r Seed lifted nuts' ); three eggs a cap of mfklbawl ... ;r
nltnre. !
the easiest "
Ifaag plants can rery be procured' In tb* tall teaspoonful .ranina., four ta- t : i 4L .* .;*... 'Cafc.. : S'I ecI alist.1:1 tr

_w 7 H r*:tt .. eon of light. spongy natun btaspoonfnta( sugar nertngua" and Beat six eggs without separating until :
*i4'nsc water, liberally. ,Thto'plantaraltUade a thlr4 of a capful of sugar eitnt' 'Add ( .rery thick.' Gradually beat in three 4rr

,_y h of flue Obrous,thread- the beaten eggs; omitting'th* 'whites cups of. sugar,;, Then.add. the grated t.
.fla* note whlck take lp'the moisture of twos gradually to the chestnut pulp. t rind and Juice of,half,a.lemon.and.a J[ sufferer-with'Chronic! "or Blood Diseases;. All

of,,0 aril with gnat rapidity.OM, It a1Io.the sugar'rsnlUa and milk,' and cup of water;leas two tabtespooofnto, J Female Diseases'and Derangements" most'successfully treated'
buttered mold. Jab alt.m. lliwlth"tIlz'M of sifted
bak.ia me-
a cups '' '
aeo.otoewatertblt'yoiF :
? : .the wald caw give a geranlaa.: and your plant rlngn of the whites.of two' eggs reserred" floor'- -sifted'again with teaspoonfnl "f ..AlsoRectal', and' enht Uriiiary'Diseases"t ; i ,.;

..... soon 41a IK color this primula'nnfce for, the., purpose and, sugar.J L 1 of;i soda i and 'foorj)level teaspoonfuls 10.... '
ffisS *- from almost pure white to rosyVise' Spread over the eustard and return to of,,cream of tartar Bake In.two! long. i W '".. RIAU

fr;a 'and bright jrtnk.: It 'blooms cost the oren to color tile plertnpe'datntU7.TbIa I ., S : narrow,. sponge cake' ,.pan-Cooklng- t j To.1M, '1Ie"Iadi.a_aprra..d a tadr'a 1ectrlcal e.4 always Anna-fit attea4aace' g'

'.- teJKIy tram Nomnber to.May and toamnsraUy makes a handsome company dish I ,School. .,. UagaatneT, VftfX f '' tUpStairs ,
: ... man of bloom abor* Its If a layer of chopped candled cherries jj ; i

y, _Pretty' spreading* foliage.-Ebw.' 'aV,. to: placed.below' the" meriQgu- *-; GoodHousekeeping. .. Prvtir BmU TrtiutUos. i : .: | : .Metropolis Building;fr !
-who feel that embrolderiae
& ", ,, Mothers .
!! -
,'. I'1 or lace an necessary to ue on the little _ .
{ :: :;-:- .. .
"p ._ LwM ..... ., ;/ el4 "LaVef Osk*. f-I -,', dress** or,apron ought to be told f., I j : h'

.jL.tkereugb dally airing of each roots.IM .Cream half, a cup;; of butter. AMgraduaHy I that' with the us* of the cheap cotton '

dotting be abaken trery :
It r least. freai aa epee wtadow. or,' the-yolks rot nine .ecgs,beaten nntfl make tip mt' horel and*beautiful gar .. : .
k t tetter effll aa upper ......,'ucJ wbea. thick and light thr *towtha of a cap : I Ic ments.. Tbeee braids an featherstitched <' 4.HOGAN ,"'

t sss lie tot It Is IInIaJM4 eat *f doors. of milk two cup of floor sifted with e tinaiiaaaa :i to:white or In colors, bar loss effects. t. ;, STarr.JACKSONViL.LE'- .

'Bally alrtnf and eccaatoaal beating. two' teaspoon futo ofl)cream., of r tartar ., i ai i .,win nffle'by drawtnf worm -lHta.quartanfor. t ..

_.> ataltf taecs and blankets. ._ y lad half.a teaspoonful of soda,; a tea- si brown and trees bs adcbetsdtertIL BB>' thread and,.. .. .,mad..,.*_,, la. handrail ..tI
s Stone
rr <>,*. war against the tatter.daeter.-. epoonfal of, !j extract and': the .DIe soft woolly material M met P ttorn V : Building. ,, ,) Marble ,,etc.
Sj.. A, .ry spat at aO. ttmee.'- white of an egg beau stiff.,Bake te at *31's etartUq'pJaI4. .The colon I '- .rl

.-l.t, u_- .- __ two layer cake pans t boat twenty mtaAH blend and tad one Into the ether, pre- 'JL OleviP'Plt ., ...*Werk. 'MOSAIC. f\/VD/ TILE, : WORK-(: ::

.., ; ...... ......: -, ---.. dac fig a*most '-PPl'dectne l At aaezaOttlttef Japanese tilt: I I : ;/

,, .."- ... apples and.eat,taco, cmbes.;Cntequalqflantlty .r.. < c. ... .. "'v sty sktrraad corsage appear eat -1 was,;particularly..;;stnck J.with t two FOR'FLOORS. 'BATH ROOMS;: MANFCL8.. ETC. y'
'f- :. ,.'-" of atop", tender. A xi.'Ds..eri -...;. one,and. fastens .behind.. A.yoke aad J I'pc:.. &... Hated,la the catalogue M''rM +'Gsail r tRaw.wi

t4>'f,,. .IY i ell.'afld/iaefsmaM'-,hickory:ant : kinds,of ttejred frulbi an'redend.aion > sleet;. taD til' the upper'podIaIIl'anemiipeeed atbasket......."Lys a Ooodi; : ',..rat. >i .. wCiarstir ;.Wale.. gtc.Lam &;
with attracflre, appearance If of a rich visa relret Hoasekeepinf!u correspondent:r.'Del : renl.r
;; .wits. Mix and.dress a mayonserre ] ; o-.r -' acnIu a .L..r..d.a! in.rt '
c:..' '...., ad to they an beeped Up la,tty serrtng drab, .. >AMT. TAUrCaL [watt china bowls.lYe men* deep had 'I ,
..\. wnka -banbem.loiloti.d.uI corered'with "i/mertiifu* made' from '. ; -'" "I tenindraacross' '- ..:.a
:,Ii';# ,-f r the pnrpeee.' Bet each, tma the stiffly;Beatei-waft*of "egg. with'" atablespoonfnl Jil l Ib..M .d., v- and woes everA -'-- .. u Y
_ :' pro .tu' OiIa....: : brOnaat'. aataaw 4' -: .' *,." articl of canned gad i 'r'e4 ....... &.- ;h "- .MTy. MiltUJdf(' '&DeBerr.; ;
.5;<'Jr'':',. -- 'which does not show the tine of rail.siren".t deep f a:
", 1'. '- around' th4 'edge:.( the'solder:of,tkecapXtne ;did[ cam ending :1fANTIFACTURER8 '
:'ZoIt/o/ :, .: OF 1. _:
.. ease ae to seen .. the seas at I In a 1I IDt. after '
dar b' together"tIret.o.r.ta Iba. ld.et tbs ...-- ';- ." 1 the nunaer' \ 'J.--
i' ...., nvnshrooma. catchup lemon Press upon th* bottom ism.Ifdecojnposiaosi of a ginger Jar .- ROUGH DRESSED f

-&s J***; Bfte drops'ittabtantaua; t is be ;: only.th pettem iArira.anti,vua. <>,

',)l'; tb<'J* marters .f a teaspoeaful jet eaftaaOfe rattle> ,, the earn* aa the bottoss-ef year d was elooer and more Intricate*can W U1 *?',
,!i',. > dash'. two of paprika.' Add .swWlg-aaadlll. oU,caa d & I If tie:,;stronger'and' 'the bowl entirely cererod.f PiINE

.-p tare* dales'Im.B dams, and dMd. tat foods an sand,.It wID .be..u.' and It UokaI'Jut .. It the bowl had been
... .. .r ,
."Jt>;, -*.._.. s tato* .-_\0>,. t I then' win b* n* rattle ..the U*. 1 I set Inside a ask t"a-I ieserfad them 'r.

.f.-.'( .. .. .. I' :disci erery caa' that' shows any nit,'teaftrlwhe weans lama, u4 lea bas 1 Write for: prtaa' Now ready to fill order_ ;
14: M..k ... 'n1Ift..,. _,-.,. stood. the cap .. th* maid of.th* mad heraeK,a.pab; for the table to '.. tMILLGOMAN.
?ti.f. .... a anon st rovad steak la epreadi / of-powdered- added bead of_tbi eeL Good BeaNk.lAatabandsetMaadaalq." hold flowers or fruit On, a bro and .. P_KRIUNK: DAOK" COUNTY. FLORIDA"'Neyexs.
'WIUa dressing er.breadcmmba, tny sugar corered .
i with dull
,. white bowl, to gnenr -- -
ass till brownta '
cooked "
'll; : Mbt+.:J'O'I please; salt"'and, pepper. to: each egg'' ,'. ""I'IIIew.' ,.. rams:'and'*another.* of' plain"yUow
.. irbnd.iebeets aad.baked the.erea.. \?\ .. SStt!: t"Orangea .. &
;,:. L voDeJ ap. : from akm. and L: ** ; eartaeawan.'Sa. covered:;wtta golds : : ; :Robinsonkcontracting :
i cut up-freed f
,' ,ta BMdente ores;with treaiwat basttuiun sofa : 'Ir *
,:> ale antima leaf pWo1r;It to of golsVea bfo... f : ::t. j :
:: .* to celled mock- dock. by IIIUI .pith. In and his sweetened especially an very It wtta theman eerr- Wows and cerend with haves efrarieas i.i ',TIN net Ja.werea I'.DttIe smaller ;
I, .ieod. and alas cat front the ."the than the so It wffl not
._'o:!' ..; If" 'Bstad"oae ervw. sBceatenanm! shape ,. 'too. .bowl' ,- =Electricla s. :
'\\'* bvr'ta atoll:cook the ....'.* tope If discarded kid gtors. wtta Tetatof ",'sOp. The basket* took rery. artistic
,<;"4:'" bead 1a9ead''unit ... 'JM d aypHqulag of fold art n&and i'flOed'wtta'fruit and rtns 1.J14'Iowera :

!,,'C, ; to.oraBge yvDow'sad. meringne: should be cooked oa a Bghtly ,brown.Tne effect to very Oca and. E twined Bghtiy? around:and'. OT r' tile 1019.Ave. : :
: ,
battered I D
:-v.- *tra4>4Mimit; Inferior match a .wi'I 1. pJa..u4dMta.. plead.efti' oriental.Exchange., -baldla_ :I -" :; ,_,
.: % ;*eeT. .er tad baa BtttorJ tutu.c : a frott, **?*7r&. .
: e fall .. It ..... ." it cP : i.rJ.
*r. ..- .*....-'.-'}.
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,:, : 'i. ?'h".q.. ; .. !t) ';; ..- -I::,', ..
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: ;: .> .!' c: ',1: '--> : .
; r' .-< > -t..{. ,- .f," ....>.-i.I:::" &' ;;f '7"- :''!- "" -' '. s rysa57 : :- ); r us >x' : .!:-j' """ < '

., .. ,, ... .i,.f'..p...' ..-,">"..,:.,.,..-'"-'''"'"''...,...".....,.,, '.... .: "
..,.. :"r''.-''.'tJf. .,.-..-.7",-,,-'M..','.''. .- '1" "I" -- ..% ..
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: 1--I : A DeJatT AJUlr J>>.n..., Want mm* .

INFORMAL If the saying is true that as a stool ; '

Those' wanting! orange ... can stand on three legs so anything Mr.. Pfopeiiy Owner:: ,
$ ""
...... l.ei --. ........ ..i bound to be a success that. has three I( ,

,and Grapefruit 'TREES Leek I't-.A a..... qualities to recommend It.'the baby's t f. .. '..- .
OaratehlaStW. r.eeu.-aata4 hr: blanket illustrated... certainly worthyof a

S .'" : .4. s to Jiit--tmmt.n. lderaUoD.' for"It combines, the .1. .r .
those contemplating planting groves in the future, should investigate \j ., ;
oar stock. We are now booking order for present For ;the;. Dotess on bespitabisthoughts three practical: qualities of being easyto ,Since the announcement o. the .beginning' of
make durable and warm, well as !
future and latent Informal arranged u
and an
planting are offering' rapper
ft i '. for Halloween contains! delightful baring the dainty' beauty so necessaryto operations the Art Stone ConstructTonCo,7; ire .

; f ; Ideal la "the ,way of novel table a baby's belongings. have; secured two contracts for .furnishing stone
b! the finest.stock of trees'erer grown tn Dade County high lecorstion'as s well as la the unique To make It. knit on medium sized for residences. ;

;, h fine and high 'hammock lands. 'We shrike buyers" to dab m nu'provided, 'and, u such a. tune; wooden or rubber needles In pluln garter 1{ \
ton, be/easilj and stitch two pieces nearly >a. yard 0-
may pre-
t our: nutsenes and examine the trees. We hare all the leading .: I..;,; J', '. square, one blue one white' wing 1NOW j -.J'I '\
1 '
fr and bat of and Trees 1'Mi,; .I''''''''' Shetland floss. t
varieties ,Orange Grapefruit ,.:.
'"!J.'{ :::t.k.., When
squires sre completed put MIND YOU
tj%iff; 'r: )
f L JJudded: on either:Sour Orange or Rough Lemon Roots .'...;..'OIir'.Ji.i;::;' a'sheet of wool wadding between them a .
\ !:! and tack u you would a ortr.ble, I .
<: 'iiff.'i.il"ii" with brae ribbon, baring the tiny bows
\\1'" Nurseries located in section 3,.Z miles vest of Miami on rock load'I t i yr
come on the blue side of the blanket
i '.also near' Little Hirer, and Fnlford. By securing trees from ,.*" 'With. ,the blue wool join the edges these parties; INVESTIGATED the manufacture of .

: 'nurseries you take, no.rink of'importing WHITE FLY or other insect ';..'Jil'.. with single crochet; then crochet a border stony by other plants before placing their orders
:diseases. This is an important matter, which should not be overlooked. :': in' knot stitch. This is done by ,

i Large illustrated catalog with'prices. aad descriptions' varieties pulling a loop on the needle up until It' and .were CONVINCED that our method was'

i mailed free on application. Is about aa Inch bag: Through this

ft The'G riffing'JB'r :Co. close loop pull u it another Is the ant loop loop this,of time'very a single "I FAR "SU IRIOR\:

crochet.. Tate the second of the
,-1". Loot Offic*,,.;:.C/fc/e Rlrcr tad Miami.Florida .. ,, single errcbet through the loop first long :

.i1Ct: -La>frat>t alLlA loop;'and the[(close loop. This"gives .
r w 1 J two stttcheo on the needle, Full the TO ALL I OTHERSSo : {
1 pared..:is jipt ,the entertainment to 1
S wool through.both, and the single crochet
\ In.honor ixf the '
E ABQAR2Df plan > impromptu gust )
Is ADl h d. Then draw the loop'
within out'ate.; when for lack of
I '' on the needle out about an tncb;pull a '
timi more 'formal hospitality is out of short loop'through It Make s)'single if. you residence ,

; Air Line/.Railwa y the followlnx qnestlon amon;':Tsble.Tallc Ideas alone suggests this line the: crochet.the Into the the fourth or fifth stitch' store : or other buildingsoasu1t-ith( : :.us.and we,: "

on edgeof :
.1 r 'Naturally ttt planning the table decoration t bl.anket.andirer-t: will demonstrate to you jwhy and how" ire can.. give'you '
:)) h :FPr .J. !* the time honored rites and sopentlttona u>ftAr'results'for '
SavannAh ColumbIa-'camd Southern Plne }connected with :the. day, ..
.... should ba"-pFe emineac.,' and countless ,
Raleigh. Richtnoad,.Washington; -Baltimore; Ideas and delightful 'possibilities .1 ,

t. PhiladeJp .'New York :* wffl onbties4;suggest themselves. -

a. .:" to the> clever.:;housekeeper once the ar Our (lU f ,
.. Two Elegant J"ratns.'Dally. '
.r. n geaients for the party are In prof- '

:?., Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail .*..rK.lN I ", WitnofPfplion ,

n Modern I'aiInaa4tupment} ; \ "\ surface' .Arrange and thtiable, lalien,of using the cover the polished center Gis l t

: h ; piece and 40111.. of yellow .
...1,' ..t. 'O....... -.....-..' '-.';;;...-...-..........tIIIIiiiiiII,... .jj-t 't r. f!! ". ,. .la .ctrcolal formslightly crape ruffling papercet ":

$ ; 'vftfttUl didtint& ilupin frua JtcksQJTflli t to inIOTIMILi the edges by..?drawing them:throughthe ..... .. -
thumb and forefinger about..half aDbleb -
1" .. <, from tba.edgs. .\, ", '. : 'JDrII'ISDJry-ft.--J"' P. -- -- ,, ) .
;f, :. Directly to the center place the"luck- :. .
-- from the first long loop all around the \
Por full information sod call on of tht pie. Select u the basis a large granite Kit-Stone
sleeps: raervabon. any agent .' '
edge !be next row Is made the same,
". '''i- .; %$abottdOV-write.-" ,..-., ..... ?-4- '- cake pen'of generous dimensions. Tell- :
j- -
the knots of the
? : big Its plebeian character;:with a fall using preceding row I ThF ii
for foundation stitches. these

: : | (, 0; IcDOHRBLt'. ;; .ls'L Go.- tta. Ut ,-JacbOBTJllei.; FUPHas fill flounce It about of fluffy three-quarters,yellow'paper.full with Then fin* of rows shell three stltcb times;". and finish Bepeat with a row ,

R E.C.. Jr"Pass Atrt sawdust,1 taadtagt: simulate plums .me'm.terls.required are three l
-t,--: ; ..; -- .: a.: nmnbe?,littttla'inexpensive gifts. skeins of blue Shetland floss one skeinof

; -. .. --- one for each guest.; Tie these securely ;white Shetland floss, two sheets of ConstrllctIoll Co.
In tissue paperwltb narrow black satin L
wool wadding, a piece of blue ribbon
1' ribbon tearing long ends,-which are No. 1%; two medium sized rubber needles
drawn through 'tiny tilt rID the pie and medium sized bone.crochet '. .
Thet'T a :
st. Years
Stood : : :25 emst.rough brpirn neaUty i -
papa pasted book: 1': .
; ,
h ptf '.- J ':.I ';': ** over the tops and allowed to radiate '"The color scheme In a-blanket like O-: ''' ,

from the)centerpiece like spokes of a the oDe shown may be changed to suit ., ..

c Groves' -: whereto the individual' "service' plate.at each Individual taste. A very' pretty .. and Stone Yard'foot of. Aye. D.,. '
; '. "' each cover. '|*| effect may be obtained by, knitting \ Miami; r.l rida'. \ '
Perch on top.of the pie the figures of both sides of the blanket with white I :
three dlminnUt wltche ,'broomsticks'> wool putting in narrow bands of color f; ... ,

asteless eh ll Tonic and an. as though mounting" guard'over t( at each end and making least one LOOK. FOR THE TURN'IN, ..' Ttle, JVALL". '

the mJ'lt8rlou.contents :_Tbe e realls- 'row hi the border with the colored Shet- >> I', I. -- -
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t \, : .* tic little creatures are easily fashioned land_non.-lkelcner.; l : -
,No-Coro-No-Pay. SOlceirts=, From email Jointed dolls dressed long -i : _

ti '" *' rf*" .. 1. n 4'' _. v.:-dt. .lc .r black cloaks lined with yellow and with P. .r.lt;'y'F.." Barm 0..J'W ..-' 7- t :
their hair drawa up under high crowned those fortunate folk who stay in
to;... bats of the,rugs loaf variety."- the country; until the bright autumn AMoce1Bathroom

,il:;., Occupying apposition: to'the' right of' days are ov r.lf is the'season'DOW for .
yp ; the f centerpiece place the:.,"'fort1me"e harvest home'festivals;-barn dances :

..,: This(miJ' be"made''.from any and the like.* A big roomy barn is rt-
Honda East Coast
: RaHway.CorrectdiltoSejpi preferred recipe,,sddlng.,just previous the Ideal place for this sort of festivity, I -.. ''\'f t Is the moat''ea&eatJal''eat
to baking a dime.1 a ring and a thim but the harvest home effect can be obtained nre'of,the 'modern .hoaac.as .
ble. Ice'when cold: with'a chocolate even in'"a dry home by a Judlclous r y I '
.I.r.lfiUle c rd"No.6l'. ( ? IHs: frosting' adorning the top with small 'commingling of ingenuity ,and r it' isa.aecesaarj.coa ;,

... . ,. 1 fort to.aay home. Better.
"- <"..,.._ .. u.. .. '" ..... horseshoes:ojr orange,,fondant ,the :crape:: paper. At a big barn dance at '.t -

$ MIa4uuIn-uaa sewn, '!MMTI.OUD-Iw v,. nails.'being simulated- .by.."halved". -hasel- Newport rows on rows,,of shocks of ;: ; I pat money fa''perfectiaf, .
Data.. "?rr: : ;.!I' corn represented an autumn cornfield the sanitary jstcra,'ther*.'

+ -- N.I XATIOn,.. H..TSH*.** For the appetising salad shell and and no one not In the secret suspected :bjr Insuring tae bealth'and''
s t Defly Dmilje DmUy 1x017SMi cook In tolling; asked water -quart; that' every one; of.'those" cornstalks.
seep of cheitnntC. ; r pbop th_.rather-fine, :was made of crape paper"Another festivity comfort "of y uf family ,
seip lds .-.-JaJrteo.wlll.L ass S li J'c' ,,;:;,. ;. given early la the'. eaIOIl In the 'tJWa' spending it tor. Cat
.10p 11N *. .. .. SMp 141S4l '
Thousand islands had abundant decorations
SUp 1111Tup ; 4Sp farnIsBlnj.. A( L forts* 1
ttsp u e. aa.IP.tk. S Ji : of: autumn foliage, .and' the

s0 ifUpAr.ssip .....,. *ifSMp tMMi f ..... guests were mystified.to know whereit P4
UJ L >mUUa.. SSpTJiTfsp SMTM '
... | all came from 4 .. :.. '
Skip > p A Ma"- :
r3 SISp S M If: r ..... ..-- S lpT ,' .. 1 Famous Racyck'
g+a b :M p H S*p -- fp SMSSSts i: Ls".1. Dwirf. 1 .
4,;' M p II It it p ..._.._,.n.aaen.--_ S44P ,!'MI'a acs halve tart apples;*make e ,
SISp Up ( t. SStp 4St4M ;
ft Al Sl | strap of granulated sugar and;watet :

114 sssp m P s Otup ,, ,. ss 1 N pN L v4 ta* t O.0 and put the apples In'It; let them cook: t

+ '. 14 1 N SlipW ... w pal 1 J p 111X .- until they can be pierced with a straw; "MiJ.ONA D
t ififp tup ." arrange the appleson the platter they :_ { : 1.
MM test** { 11 II M MpT p SMp are to be served in;boll the sirup down: ,
Up a -.... .w n- ON s ,and pour over the apples; when cold, T.wolithStt'eet} ., MIa aJ.:Florida: ;'
f 1N o.tam IMP IN : "of
heap Irregularly with a'mertngne
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"SIP .Np/r-r.-.Taru. I It Pi 1N
;, the whites of four' eep, tour heaping .
ri. is MsAT .
3O .;. n05Lwaaa5ed. ,. Fealuna tLxL tablespoonfuls of pulverized sugar and Hudsoi

(fkpL-----l--* _r /slil._..__._ I*TITp sss> 'O.B: adding aa equal'quantity ore diced celery the Juice of.a.:lemon;,sprinkle with Cycle 'Co. 1.
II 111
II Up Sip
e' JS5 chopped almonds aDd set to the even
II MpII ... ISMp Its sad half toe quantities of shaved ;
Up _Xw tKp ,. raw cabbage said tart chopped;apples,
., 4 Y, ueisISUn : ..Itolbrnme.Jta 11. cold, with a rich custard. -Fair
: Bleed thoroughly'with mayonnaise : the -
t- :sr ------ Lt..u.. 11 MISM 11 tl Agents =
r a 1MBJMa S4ip o 'PI--'- Ills* lIMp 11 Ms .1:1 dressing sad nil into a dWsd pabb.gesbef '.. :Ts a.aa aw.MMM4e. s ,_ ,, __ s
g SMStt H"Mp .' with_thilddeatestInto 1 { sharp "
1'Jus ;n II 111 IS* iig pobata. 'Ornament the Udss kith grotesque Carefully pull off an the rough and Racyde Hudson and Pierce: :;Bicycles
fibrous skis Place them m a dished ,:
tfss.ar. seun..... ..,.,..,,+ eu list ', faces made from whole doves ? '
..1. ieb.ansN ell If Sip ., cold:water for ten minutes or .... I
btu of
: bright colored tablss.
sit w.t J.pn.rac SMtM IS I* I Isis vsg They are then ready to be boned. They Tjman
MSset sup __: 1/i thatj rides a Hudson; wears the smile :
n SUP nnralo. Oils : tlsaM Cihsoa most always be bolted twenty minutes

%, -SM IN*"USpuwp 4s Na: --___. _BIUMUto U 4NW5r. _' VISu IMSI'S. T$4 rap etS I 'Daa.: :._ : bad,Split Bpread half J groin out:to dklcksna a baking down pan with the r no jobs matter.-wbat<* eTM'Iong.aatr' :,the; mode. ... cooking. .that. r.n't come: off." jfhe t : street:of Miami i izare

T4 Ya.ltYplt'SMStHOly ,..,-. Leah wi.s1 a CW.BOKKSTKJLD _. ,-.... L Silk N CIi? a Fad cap cook of water OH tender.aid a "little,Then salt:take Cover the .........' -.k.BB U full of such', people: If you xlon't.believe?it, v

Cover off,drsdgti tIIea with flour, baste : ; .to be extremely .COME ANLET: US.CONVINCE: f '
a :>Qln s less C4tM trequently with;: mixture of oa.aalf fuhiantbr, :: :1. -.' .... YOU- ., '
1' 7i '
S .Embroidered!: *.waists.are to be I
hip BMited tmtteir.one tablespoon vinegar ,.
I N 1 MhiMl f- sad peppertaste and 1st'then worn an through' the winter, but tbenatsrlal : .ieg ..

brewa._'11.. eferj bit of the basting win be white er dated flannels aiolia 't
BUxtnre.. leae. rvspiJt'oa '.' hot sad thla wools.,, ?: _. to the$kgde .,

al .:1 Darr ,autros= rtw s w x.: platter and pout erer tbesi the gravy Jacket of plate cloth with skirts efplala ,
r>ruy Jssutcai a.uy D W'N 'or,fancy wool .aad perhaps a don't; forget
i. the Number
:. to .the. paay>Oood. BoatkMptaf. JAnd "
.. ..... .. ; waistcoat to match'the skirt,'are'anEagnsa .
NN N ass. Lr at T11MN .. i 'lase a 1M caner. Idea te taller made* ::, f: ,

4N 119 ass ass SN .05or INS L.Mr7nM.MM..1rtip' .1ael+tet... 1 1111.1 I1 400 -,. JL happy man per woman to a better Fashions for children! of from flve to 1o1)IAveWUtD' \f .. ULLtNDOJw..LOGEi

,4N NY 111 0055 3e 1A a ssN thing to end than a five.pound note. eight stin lay great,stress oa" the.tons, .. ,.
11 Y r M 01e s u N O N -- wand drees. "'It. 7 "
Be of she Is a Jtadiaaag focus of goodwill ; '
sad their,tatraace late a room Is Tartar suite of fancy'lelnage u seenin Hi&, : J.\4as"ter: Voice" .

tot.oocaQrc : t i lr'', u though :another.candle had beta Paris are strictly practical though. :: ..> ,ti HEARD IN \'IGTOITA1INi:1IAaK< : .- .
Bghted.. We need not:care'.waetner strangely'' enough,'7 fancy:wools, even .1\e' I ,
when- trimmed' are cob ldered toss Vkterta. s* perfect Oat It to ofUa aUetakea: ""De a... TtiM
raid Fer they could pre; ', the,f sty- sventh'
p iri-GiKl1.i SUs* at with Sttsaaalse < tks P.* a S.S.CsssMay .. I IP'OPOI1tiaL. I > '"
Tbejf do, a,better thing i dressy and better suited for the mld- It to proviac ratrtr faJOaf soare. off4aU
HAVANA AN.P KEY WESTL I Isasv than that.' .They, practically demur.1 season than cloth salts.;; potatamtto'a0ni.: :- To all,:floras of:cood ..... taT1etor'k, ; aa lasaaV.
strata the great theorem of the Ovable-i Smart little cloth capes trimmed. withvelvet tin: Ko matt r how much satertsament ttsrt fs'att1. Tktar.to
.. nNS of llte.-a apto0ooe; c I tabs hart found their way back ;. r
Tta.Ts40ss. MawNwllcfwW.ngM..pN1e1NSM0SM.. SB*eeesit :!& to fashion's ream. ,j', >' ahrara weloamL' Toes eat swill ttaaea Ustaa to'baa4s, eeebstrsl,,.....'
-.I MtJo.u.xt thH mrrHH f ittniMii.t sis new slur 1.va ea.w.w I etc.: that. thonaaaVla of people Sock .
y ,Nyal. p.arMMIrll.ppMMeMlrrM1. -Sp..r.p..e.S1Y.est.IN1.N fl Flea...'. 'Take up'almost any evening dress tot, aear.' ia"crowded ;resorts. Taer*
.. ,flat .... wlQ agate be carried aathey and examine carefany.;'and It win Is'ao lima to tae..variety of kletlaos.tkis mttckltls tastmeat'viB redte''Ior
} "' TWE'CARtt haw iron'gtnersl savor:' Monad. be found. If not of the draped or prix n.R..... In stock.; VICTOR MECEIVCD 'THV GRAND PRIZE V
> : 6ta "
i WjfetV&J, ", ....... .LOCAL.-... .,. _,ss,- r Worssatioi i..il mufti were 11tt1.In evidence last winter -t tfee erdnv to'consist of a baby waist .AT. '.THE,.aT". a.oUII'DPOI, : .'TMK'HrOHCST'rOMIBLK, AD'i'

\ ;; ;.': EBT"B: ''TICKE1\AQErIT., !"' .It Mtmed.aa. tnoaga many own, .cleverty.dlsgnlsM. by; the scheme of'decoration MIAMI! ,'FLORIDA: uu.y: r{ a
ers at a round lid bad It made over, sad a fun drenlar na ,
:QtgAlfplft'Aiiddos' TAss1AK.'ST.AUOU8T1. Into a'S t.a! ;. f.., ',.'.. plaited.or thirteen gored slush f'- 1 '"
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those who are wont to wear their eon MAKeTHE WORLD BETTER.
HONARCHSFOBADAY tomes BOW and then oa a Sunday Jnst..d .: t t : < &

a r of stowing them away for the ,.?....s"p'Ur of Trades talons Is. to LIe.I : '
rest of the year seem to feel uncomfortable I? { ,.... .akIa. I 'l" Q
res ralnt Wbatever may be the misdemeanorsand -'
T AL ROLES ONCE A ,YEAR. The music beard when tile procession offense of organized labor we 1 i

has ended and the various coapleeare must ''not fcrget what it. baa- accdmplishedjtor ,, .. Ii
4 T.. ....a-.. Tt.aiti.f..5 .. tlo.PIat..t. treading the mazes of the dance ; anmsnity. .' I {I+ ,

L .... Plat I.. Mali ......u,. would make one think that these peo In tbs early part of the last century -

'at ......,;.I.' J. ..... .- .. __ ple are akin to the Scotch hljhlanders. children: (: of six and eight years of age I .

... Stat CwtchM.Eojalty i One dance La espaclaUy Ills Its hh-!. ; ire; : l 7 rrsrsd COO feet below the enrtb
I land fling and as a matter of fact It la In England and compelled to labor In
In Europe .Is not called the "Klapi Scottish. The celebration the dark twelve and fourteen hours
a few CI'OwDell1le8da: It Is also to be A word to the Wise
'Men In. the humblest' subject In' generally ends with tableausshowing .; j !
the peasants In the dairy the :J At"first a candle was t.rcn the younger .
the coarse clad,' coarse fed Ignorant .
harvest field or among tile beehlreal: children; but after tin y became no
downtrodden peasant, there smoider.a
Of recent years Tracfatenfest has customed to the .position this expensewss I' -
spark of, the Iunjrial? f-which at -
In Importance, drawing :, avoided.
grown peasants ,
these times upheavals bards forth of Us Into nature..une.are Yet not I IInohaU0aar7. to Bcheessel each year from a much I; The firtt time In history that the public 1 Harmon S.: Palmer"of Washington, L. C...inventor of '

He does not then take I greater area and a far greater numberof ever;"dared ask parliament for laws I the first hollow concrete block machine in the United ,
risltors also. The emperor. too has to protect women and children was" In
*p arms against the government His i States on May 28!' secured -patent-No. 674.874on.
taken a special Int er wt In the festival, the :yeah of our Lord 1800 after an epl- '
tnrarrection entirely. peaceful He and not only does tile empress offer demic If Of: fever among these under- his hollow concrete' block Immediately infringers
dons suit of fine clothes and ,
struts imply about a like some,peacock Just I each jear a prize to the community! grounds\ Tbe protection which sprang up everywhere. The Patent Tiile and Guarantee .
which revives most faithfully the customs pwllament accorded was to restrict the ""
let out of a coop.. And so throughout 1 Co.. of New York: and the Pacific Patent Protection
songs and dances of Its ancestors hours Of labor for children to twelve

.;: Eorope'tbere from-time bar Immemorial been peasant when!'festivals fore :; ,.but the Imperial example baa led and taut the age at nine years whena Co of 'San Fran isco. both represein ng' millions of

oe day In theyear the laborer, be-;. many wealthy families of"the Fiattdeutsch child.: :might be'employe This action dollars capItal, agieed to take up the matter and protect
country to lend their patronage of the people of England was the "
lleres himself a Uag.1 his patent'against all infringers. On by one these ,
In various ways.-New York Tribune beginning of organized protest against
An illustration of this'regal aide of .' established customs. \'nscrupulous ,usurPers. have been puttout of business: A;
the z1leUUl.t.. sod one that:
has.become especially magnificent However bad tile conditions In It becomes our deity as owners of Dade County territory "
STRENUOUS: STILLNESS I land DIp be today from tbe Eq-I k'
the Traebtenfest of the PiattdeuUch.er to warD the public tbat.alllJuildi"glertcJed with
labor anions, they are certainly.
Low Germans.. Each year Jt Is held .......,r.r M.lM Bler WB a' TryUaAtktotto '- alan compared, to those which existed hollow concrete blocks, are subject;: to 'rova1tJl'' andmechanics'

:f 'at Scbeesset. Prussia and'there the reat.- "._, before labor unions were known. lien i'f same was not settled. ,y
attires of the country round congregate -
; Perfect stillness Is' something that Yet prominent Christian people de-!:
? as If It were the court of some I Do not be misled .by oily, or' bombastic statements.
scarcely seems'compatible with phyrpal Bounced the action of the government,
d 'potentate. They come.dressed In the H. S., Palmer is the' whouSe5: the word
strennoelty. Nevertheless posing when M first began to legislate oa the only man .

gala ommunlties.apparel which. md to peculiar some- of them their for ail artist may become;In the maintenance age aid hours.for. children,to ''labor ;"Hollow" in his contracts with buyerS of his machineS:,

OWD for long periods of a difficult Jt bad right to Interfere with .
saying no
s 'are attired In even< greater splendor -- I It is the only hollow concrete block"upon'which the
attitude one of the most trying of athletic tile liberty of the employer. |:
than may 1 e seen at the'palaces of i :
teats When lIe1ao ler. the fa- The efforts of Miss Dieter and KissTaSKiS word "Patented"fappears.; i 3

- p; w" certain all the costumes all the year are monarch family" heirlooms Nearly IBOU3 rrC&ct ti 22! c cr rh!?=trrjc! Trcas '' F h i t..V... ycii'f. .-.t'e. t t" re.-b.r' Lt we, are ,sale',

of his battle be hired several old of,.fashion to organize
scenes eti workingwomen owners 'Florida' and that
which hare bees banded down from of Dade County rights. we
soldiers for- models-seasoned, tough ,of the land may meet with aim-
rtbey parent are to enriched child and each for year the reason by a little that veterans whose experience and endurance' liar protests from tradition' but only J: intend to protect therp. '

would- be thought; be useful In by organized 'effort eaa' the abuses' I
n more Trivet or::gold lace they repre- f ....
enabling them both to understand the wntcbJBtlll exist is overtaxing, tile
| seat Jhe wealth of lone generations. .
k positions "repaired:and to bold them. strength of women and ,children for I
T Tome are worth more than the houses
la which their owners fire. They,did so. Indeed as well as anyone the benefits of greed be'overthrown., Rose Concrete Coo: '
could but It was an everyday affair tfAtLlihe{ :
:Yost., as1'their,bat* and coats bare manacled slim vrUU of babesArs
for a model to faint and more than Joowd to tor In ehUdUh port and, .
descended from ancestral source.'aoo '
_ o and dances and an the other once to collapse with exhaustion and "* _
+ the songs Until V>e mother bean no burden save
features of this peasant pageant ban require the services, of physician.'. T>! Precious ODe bcnMUli br heart .., ,
from times remote..' Bcbeessel to half- Especially difficult were;the poses cJ tea '
representative of cavalrymen slain'or this the land of freedom.I .., .
way between Hamburg and Bremen 'I ,
and the. American traveler who lands wounded and falling from their sad i Wheeler.Wllcbx., '
at either port can thus pass from mod- dles. Oespitel an- Ingenious arrange '
to.mediaeval times by. only an ment of'straps and slings! bung from :
hour"* railroad ride.- Should be ani"'eut.7 the ailing of the studio to.* afford' such t -v i. j

o. the morning of the fete day support as was possible tII_ poses one-It., .. D-. Xt stay-tie Hank !

o be would first see the triumphal pro- remained so bard that one old soldier 1| tab, Yc ..... Yr.n.se- '

cessiosv .At sound of a,trumpet declared fervently" :when the,picture The Reasons.come,' and,.go.; Winter -
day' '' with their was finished: ,_ i
j theseone kings.. staprl)the processes of tile crowtb'of -
_ -queens" 'and"princesses.- parade the "M. Meissonler. bare been six times ,
Y repetition( and seals ,up the rlrers. k
., main street in a long procession, each wounded and once nearly.frozen on &. Bprlnjfcomes' often with/torrents of

+ community characterized by a' different field and once they were going to buryme rain:''abd destructive floods; the mighty Sunshine in I. Sal of a

costume and each bettering" that Its but It, was all nothing to this. po'll"m'of nature sometimes take the your ;

,awn to the most beautiful.. Nothing Nothing! It 1s hot hard to form of hurricanes and cyclones. Summer's 4
There to Mile attempt ,to adorn the fall out of the saddle really. A bullet :beat sometimes bums and destroys Home

'ferriages of;!state" for their' occupants helps one so neatly one scarcely knows ?.!Autumn comes sometimes with .
feel that nothing else should de when one tondles,the ground.". But It'
the j failure of the harvest but the '
then see Is allowed fall all Fifty-two time* a is tssondto Carriag- -and
'tract' from their, own, personal glory. you one fo .. years;pome and gar Winter brings Its year ,
They believe that their costumes are the way; one Is not baited In midair. Jot$ spring and summer their beauties you l if you

tile.dd.f attraction and eo It matters Yon.are patntlq'l'creat picture and.abtmmn Its abundant harvest and -
}14 kot that they ride In cumbrous farm monsieur;and I am proud to be In It,
., So with the] labor; moremcntglt -
., '*, ....PI1 .' used:on' otbfr: days for bayer but If yon could bare put 'me therewith .meeii tbe cold blast of bate. i READS SUN Work Horses '

cabbages and touched up for the occasion a pistol Instead of a paint' brush, i the '>tiopd of abuse tbe beat of anger I t : -
with a little paint or some loops I should bare preferred !t"It aadltbe I temporary defeat' Its 'puI'- !

of boa Inge: The dignity of the pandora. was long a current tale that the pose| ut the years will ; bowerer'suffers not a little from model for another painting by-lleissonter. .'
aad.die hate and the anger and the opposition printed in'JacksoaviU.Ind -
the simplicity their equipages for. ;.entitled "Tbe Brawl, actually will cease, and all men will a1

k '..,the wagons horn DO, springsthe died as the result of long posing In an rejoice' In the .success" of, Its mighty published tTcrywhertkA. J
T freaeatfy. unnaturally strained position for one '! H
..\:stoRi, "queens"aud 'prlmtwes' efforts ;
_ ,. rauelveyeoch" Jolts that they of tile two Intertwined and struggling Todiy* the American Fdeatloa'otLabor t

sure to-dutch. one another to-Bare- combatants In the picture. 1 listens to .tile boasting of..tbeParryites K. Taylor -. I have received a car of fine -"B1
as: themselves from tafling.e .- This was not true. Indeed, he Bred .
; It witnesses;! the flash;\ofyodlcjsl .
/ Almost crrry wagon brings to' view to boast ,much and volubly' of his injustice bears "the growls of, horses and 'anyone interested

a different variety of dress.. Tbe women achievement and It served him as' his. the J Impatient ones sees. Its-harvest llikas the' cartoons,and'all the I

_=, of Kcni-ease. for instance art attired chief professional,' recommendation" -afterward threatened by Injudicious and pretend I I L| other pietorts. can inspect them at: my stableL. 1J

ra great wblo.lwao., tile aerrilo'aspect '- ed Mends but the years come and go. .. '
0:..::It'b eonrwsU rather lodi Boiling tiP his sleeve and displaying and the,moment Is bright with the '"

rously'with' Ibclr headdress of.arfltclal aa arm heavily corded'with muscle be promise of economic freedom Step by Claude UEnglo : '' : ,l i

Cowers anl fruits built up ta the would say to a prospective employer! step:and not by leaps will the people I

shape of a tlar.;, Around their waists -Monsieur; behold!, Is not'that an reach jthe{ heights, ,of their justifiable i iI '
.are tied gurge3s: d:.'rons of rartegat- arm? Abat" Truly! Ton are not the -i "; I! In pungent .ditorW paraerapbeboob 'L. f M'N at : ;

ed rotors. In'auo iMr wagon girls from first to admire !t'And: a.leg to match The:glory- of- the nineteenth;century i after the things that .

Timid war hats:which look much monsieur; a leg.that ,is veritably superb la aq( to be found ta the aggregationsof ,
TM's Hka those their-Amerlcaa sisters don .Btrt I- do DOt praise ,them L be ;nMd attention.WAKX I -1;
wealth monstrous though they
when.they are graduated,at college. There U Do need, These .arm. and but It may glory in the fact that to ] fifteenth'Street i.v tOf, Avenue D.- .t

They are not quite so fiat bowerer. as thtrgv. leg bare 'been. ,,Immortalised. the trades 'union and,ithe. American BUOBT, FAcetATINGLYe .
aaortarboarUs and are more.nearly like They, belong,to art: they are.conaecfnte Federation of',Labor I a. wider: and ]
'tinseled.soup plates.' Their outlandish .l to nrt:"' t any. 'saerlfce of personal grander,*distribution of ''wealth was CUvJa': .. I Miami{ :-, Fla. "t

w .appearance' to still further increased ,' coutcnJencev, )1ODaleur.'lt Was I accomplished than in any,other hundred .

.by two huge bows which protrude'on '.-I-wlio 'po3'l to.M.< )1t'1a8OllJer.for 'years. of history.-George E.' Me- That"tho Sun ;,;

:either side.from tbelr back bah and The,Bra wir.'"-,.Yontb's" .Companion.Clrl .'- Nell In American, Federadonlst. ( I. .- .
: 'which appear at a little distance like .. ,r -' : : it.F.

two f sns of a wmdmin. Ia other wag1 I' hM I.i *. :N1$.'I1t. o.iat &aram .e' If' read this paper)
allowed you pay to yon
1 Sel- A girl In Tnicany Is always if1Dan H. Spruggs -& Co.'s
bngim. a certain: time per.week to work for H JnstL'oommbsloser'of! the Can read TEX SUN too "
Illinois Coal 'Oporatort' association r :
of all Bnekerburger her,dowerand generally,' brings ber EXTRA Exmim
mat gorgeous ; address WITEOUT .
coacl.ldrd bl* Labor day at Jo-
husband a bed with two or more pair
.' of linen sheets and a wadded coverlet hot with these words: "The system. of Plumbing :Steam sand
Backer- -
r Some of.the young women of ,
< a cheat (cassone) and from ISO to $1Z Joni} trade'. agreements Is a i bow of Ask QS or write us and I '
burg deck themselves. out ta dresses In"money. _, She ,has ;usually; a good pro_ that spreads Itself across thetndgetriel'Lrmamcntand Gas Fitting \. t-
estimated to cost $230 apltce.' So fan- illumines It 'I
stork of body.llnen, two winter workIng ,
'tuUe'I. the medley ,of colors to be -' ro'
with:tope.- '
,dreaM several ;;cotton; ones for Well tell Low..
seen In a single cc.tumeyo extra n. '- you
summer and at least one holiday dress, f SUPPLIES ETC. J.tI
PAt Is tile use of Lac"s. braUs, Buffs, be kIft' "black silk ,wedding--gown. -'. -- ------ PLUMBERS ,

? frmgear flowers Oka'and the sacred Jewels robe.,that"of It Every peasant girl has earrings and a I''I'" ',- ; I 816 Avenue D t Mlunl.Fla :
looks more necklace: (vetzo) of several rows of lr- r a.' : : ", ,
oriental' set.than the' bridal
regularly' shaped pearls or of red coral .
I dress of a staple pamsnt :lrt'.for it The richer one bare a cold chain Atlantic Coast Line "
fcappras tint ..a''cr ast many FUtttdeutsch 4 ayR
tail tt; 3 .Before tie zsarrt se a ral- e"-- i C-- --- _
maidens postpone their weddings uer (stimatore) Is called In, who makes '

unto Just after the Trachteafestmo ; out a list of her possessions on stamped I;

that they,may appear; then la the paper..which-to-,.given to the bead THROUGH SCHEDULE ..
eoetumes dj y'aN to be 'married,'in.ICext mooUaer: future husband's family. I M. J. YarboroughGontractpr :

year tile dress wia be worn by Should abet left a childless'widow be [_Florida,'Georgia, Alabama, Virginia! North Carolina !

.m1 other_bride,'and ao OB down tile returns tile dower,. and.ub. generally H and South Carolina I I
; '
{Tenet leaves tbe booty i ifj and Builder .
A eeetume peenllarty".grotesque .Is The, .great HighWay of Travel 1 between : ;,

worn by the fcudthagen.women their I Aar .-..... ttw.aasa ; j t Builder:of the Palo Beach motel

headgear much resembling. ..worn' .ta: the early days:when the peoplelint t '
r :by the ";re&t tormentor:;at the laitla-' their wisest men to make tbe pub-I FI I o ida aid dtk: East Ind-West: :' orth and..SMIOodftalent House .

dons of a certain American secret a.. I' lie laws, a man of pecuIUr' traits, but I. Moving, a Specialty ,

'dety:. Oa tJMI!. breasts -they,wear a of sterling,worth was seat to the Massachusetts N r

shield the1 Miami. Florida "-'
'edges of hdi aproos are elaborate 1 of Douglas.' He: wore aa old fashioned d!rrlee,:Elegtnt :Pullman Equipment Hagnldwnt. Dining O. I 1 r, -- .. ..
'wKh needlework, over which hundrMls j farmers frock-'which.was sadly oat ,
tolled., Tet : of place la the legUUtirt ball where .
r ; of bands bare sot aU of the .: i .
: panders. are' gay. Some of the some of the fastidious statesmen from I! Route of the' ) DIXIE FLYERFLORID.VAND ,{
ti'hsneel woaaea.qer tile simple garb Boston and other dues vied with each. DUNHAM ,me' CANO /
,of communicant; with white, yokes other In the correctness of their attire.i Celebrated; }: : !

and white caps, and from Bitten conies Soon after tile arrival of the Douglas Trains. I' MONTGOMERY", L. AND N. i Miami Decorating '

..a',delegation which walks,behind .a man one of tbe Boston representatives I Compai
to bare fun at ,
seeking an import unity
and -
"wsgo- with beads. bowed, .la, weeds "
his expense'called out to him. "Rare I these aid S1ga
ofaonmisc, M TRAVELING .
h: In comparison with the women tbe they no smarter men.than yom to send ? : 1 "
in appear"ntremelT- plaid. Their! to legislature from your district.. itUntio Coast Uoe one thousand mile tickets rood over:13,000 miles of rail :I
n : the man from Douglas smiled Innocently road embracing all portions of the Soatb,oa sale at all principal Dcl".t I i Pai.tttb1g
to butt
ostentation-Is chiefly : ;
', as be replied "There's a heap o' tar,,of|23: eacbr ,Limited to one year from date of purchase. For full, complete ; "
r. .;;> ?tons.'wUh wblch some of them .faIrb4 and reliable Information recard In crates,schedules, Pullman service,etc .
smarter men nv mywy. bat the mischief .. .. .. and '
Paper Hanging
to -- Kalsomlnlng .
; poorer themselves'and.1I1Ikb'TU1: ; .
of It Is they balnt got nor clothesgood ";:f Write .. .
-!.;::?"des tram apes to a batter dish./AHIko enough .to -.... down'hcreM.; .'giet R: BWl fatam,,,'Di".U Pau. Agow.p, Stark" ;Traviof: Pats.Arvtit f Agency; Peat's_ WaIl papers.wTits : ; '

'kJags" appear peculiarly stiff andtbetras Boatel n.n14.. :" ;...t, f .. ..i.. W" ... .-- '118 W;Bay Street Jacksonville, fls

|js>. hebs e* ties'*! *:.."..i--< -, ,- ', ,', .?t" .-{'--;";)::.. df--S"'o-.,...:. _.." ,. ." .H. "-......w-::...-1;.:_;' .'" -1."c""l4'." .'.t-:,;',:..'. <$:Ii,;;'-....',.....f...',".'._._'1_:.,-1.-". .,. -' ',-.''. fA..p.,.--,-.. Call l .r' ><-tli: (for ii_:1j Estimates.>t rah.sift. *-i.r!..*.:..>;, .Office;1315 'Ave. ,eD'i ,-