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: December 8, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00910
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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13More business days before Christmas. Read ]Metropolis Advertisements pIDCT #

your purchases NO\V| order that you may be able to i iI get the I I IO. Iml 'fl ... '


to Cost 91.000,000 and


Tacoma Wash.Dec. 8.-A numberof

,,; capitalists, connected with one of
If:, Ocala last J Night Where ,the. Interment Takes Place ThisAfternoon the largest pulp paper companies In 'AT WINDSOR

at Least this Will Probably be the Result of Legis- : 'Funeral Services_ Preached Yesterday the United States following' suggestions L'

,ftt; H by Mr. J. J. Hill, who is greatly ,

t1'.islatfon Reducing .the Whiskey Selling District Afternoon.-Telegrams of Condolence Sent. Interested In the scheme;,have secured
: j a location at Sunset Falls Snobo-
mlsh county for a paper mill which
t on Western Boundary The remains of.ihe late Her. Dr.'C. lent of the conference many! cltiiensof will cost 11,000.000 and will give en* Woman Murderer of Husband

A. Fulwood., formerly pastor, of the-. Ocala also attending the Impressive ployment to 400 men. '

had told him'he could get'a license. Methodist church. outb, in this city; ceremonies. Sunset Falls is an immense water Pays the Death Penalty
Later in the evening the body was ffli
Further discussion! resulted In the and who dropped dead; ,whUe address fan one mile from Index capable of ,.

TALOONlST ROSE |council' f1DalT.o1eclJIng to stand by lug the Methodist-a. &.Conference>>i at Ocala stated Revs.for Bingham Tallahassee and 'Henlker accompaniedby andMrs.Fulwood. being developed! into a capacity of

,their action, thus !tearing Mr. Worley I 20,000 horsepower. The compan11rU1manufacture
< yesterday were taken to Tallahassee ., The funeral win be WAS 22 YEARS OF AGE
|to take any steps he sees fit In'the. newspaper and pulp and.
WAS AFFECTED( !for interment laatiilght.| | held In the Capital City this afternoon.A ,
l I matter: will use spruce and poplar of which
I' 'During the afternoonfuneral I sere number of telegrams of condolence -
.Another Saloon Matter there Is a great abundance In nearby
lleel rover the remains were held by and sympathy have been sent
Another matter pertaining forests. It has secured concessions .
to the ettablishmenf the Bishop, Candler assisted from ,
: I conference I this city irrespective of denomination '
of soon from the Great Northern Rail And Died Fourteen Minutes After
< .
a anJ
,! came up : by Revs "j W|, Moore Fred to Mrs. Fulwood the bereaved .
terminalrates. -
.'Attorney Practically Gives afforded c: l1llderable dlscnsilon and PaIeo.-;'W. H. Poage, and.the prell.I and afflicted wife. way permItIng seaboard I "Sprung
Bat Few
"' Aewlse. .some. amusements I The company will ship large YelP was -
: -
I Notice of legal'' Proceedings'A At the former meeting of the coondl I quantities of the pulp to the Orient in Exeeu-t
Witnessed the
1 Mr. Worley. as counsel for the RYAN AYERTEDtl JESS WEST Mr., Hill's steamers. .

jr: aIDst the CouncilOtherz I Acme' Brewing Company appeared ; i ,::;: tion at States ,Prison.

Business Transacted. betorft The, beard and 'asked 'foy CHILD ,LABOR TO BE DISCUSSED. ;

'4' th..eranUnc of a license toone, A. MfEYPANIGBy WAS A SUICIDESo
Willis .to ,operate 'a 'saloon In Colored ; By National Child Labor CommfttH.i

,i' Town The Acme Brewing Co. .. t Now In Session.- 'y
L Windsor. Vt. Dec. 8..- For>> ,the second
deSired to make a loan to Walls for '
if; For tile first tlmebD., the'organttion !- that'",urPoi : but wanted to be p ai- Buying Hyde's Equitable .Determines Coroners, Jury Inquiring Washington Dec. 8.-The National time In its history mil town Is Y*

of the .R. ?,* organization crowded with strangers who hart
sew city council a fullttendsnce tIy'- that the business con'.d be Child Labor Committee an
ope .
of member was had at the ated before letting'out the money. He Stock-Refused to Share itwith'i. Into Drowning or Negro composed of a large number of sought the' Tincinlty of the death

'.r : of the regular semimonthly meet.r .- said that It was the desire of a greater E. Harriman-Jerome Man From Terminal Dock Yesterday -! prominent men and women Interestedin death scene cf Mary Mabel'Rogers,

1 ,held tact night, the result'being number of the residents'of that settlement iil'will"Proseciltll the regulation and restriction of whose execution la set for. between
that the .saloon be establish Go's. Morning child labor In the United States,
&t'. one or more matters.that' had noon and 1 o'clock this afternoon.-: .
ed. it Its annual convention here to t
: d "IB abeyance until inch time I I INeW' opened Mrs. Rogers is accused 'of having

.. ;ri, full 'attendance Co 'd. bee had. The council desiring to be cautions 'M day. > ,.,
:were-disposed of. In the matter appointed a special Rork. Dec:1a l Thomas: F.Rran. It's seldom 'that the negro, the happiest The list of speakers, who win address murdered her husband when'nineteen
? i I'
I I |.The session' was* unusually "lengthy committee composed of :Messrs. Chall- who" purchased. tfie'' control of the race of, people on earth, under the meeting. Includes many distinguished years of age. She Is now but twenty-,
> Seer
1 them
'It wu ,after, midnight when ad- .le,' Cheatham and Tucker, to examine Equitable I Life Assurance Society 'by any' and ,all conditions, commits suicide men among Felix two years of age..
a& -came.. Several matters into the matter and report at, the nex. buying the stock :el James H. Hyde but after the finding of coroner's tars of the Navy Bonaparte TJnlversltyJfc- .Later' Mrs. JIu7'ifB.ocn was

t Importance cam and underwent regular meeting.* Last night this ? i iwas Jury empaneled yesterday afternoon Adler. Columbia Stab
a1 witness hanged at De Vermont Prison
the first before the insurance North Carolina! Representative tr
1 of
.| feB. hot fire, wth: Oe probabfrr committee repored that'theT had conujteJ'"wlth \,,,, before Justice of the Peace W. 8.Hill, ator Simmons
I' committee!today. John Sharp WDllaJM, of hen at 1:11 o'clock for tto rat,do :
r Yooe of them launching! the e1trID' ,numerous ,rest Jen ts of to'lnnlre: into the cause of death of
gal rompUeatIol11t for Jantor 1 Colored Town relative to the establishment Ryan testified that he' bought, the ODe Jesse West drowned from the Mississippi! and Samuel Q mperL Aa of her husband .Marcus. "Rogers, and

mandamus proceedings! This of the .a'oon. and that with Hyde stock because. het,believed that terminal dock is correct.deceased took effort will be made, DOt nly to .in- pronounced dead fourteen- fmintttess'itfit
Xier' pertained ..to the r restricting I two exceptions everyone was In favorof by so dome la would' prevent the mos: his own life by wilfully: 'and deliberately terest those states in the movement. I ter the trap was sprung. The .execution '

';'contracting of the cit".liquor'..Umso the gamer"The preachers and doctors trm'endous panic the country had ever .' into the water' where no law for the protection of took place after the'woman hal

". ; as to exclude :or prevent therhfiient .p claUT." said :Mr. Cheatham. seen, and which|-b"e believed) would The Jury consisted of T. E. Cheat- children have been passed but to enlist }
: have followed been support of President Roosevelt been twice reprieved.On
of a saloon' at the cor- The committee, however refused to hadTthe Equitable ham, ,E. H. Kirkman W. C. Lane, the
make "- 11n'thehands, otji receiver of Congress In favor of. a account of the appeal made ta
,.o.th street and Avenue E.-- a recommendation and the matter put: T.';;F. Cochran H. C. Budge and J. and
'Attbe previous meeting or. the : went"to discussion.Mr. Mr.-Ryas: sal J ;that "after-his purchase C.'Cook. and the evidence, Introducedand plan for regulating child 1.bor'bJo, nv her case and after the Supreme court

Xfl. !fn formation hiring, come to Worley contended that the coun of the Hdye; stock IE. E. Harmman.'preaident taken before them showed that tlonal RifclettaK.s! .. .. ... cot. the3nlt *!6ta tes> had refused to F

':'//board theta saloon was about to eU '.D.flew of the fact that this settle : of; the Union"'Pacific ,111est! ,'w tb other darkles, ,was on the take action In her behalf but few
(: mentioned '.separate Railroad..: desired!,#lo share the pus dock..' FIGHTING THE JANITORS.., ,
e'ArtM, :.at the above I ment' is1 and distinct:; from Several parties- were fishing persons, witnesed the execution.JHNG.ERS .
'" and,after much discussion. n.ta>, :, the city;iio, far:ubusineuand .traderelations chaee of,the stockwlth<< [,him. but bedeclined and'West was an interested admirerof .
ee wss drafted and pawed cow I i I 'are concerned. anJ.J "the majority the'offercffyin | a peculiar fish that had been landed. Chicago School Board In a Meet Unpleasant '

the west limits of the liquor! I .of.:Ita'r .ldent desiring "a aloon. \ '. ,retuaed.to &newer! Questionss A few. seconds be walked a.lauCh- Position.. __ _GAVE IN AT LAST... :,

let '350 feet "east* and extending .- could not do otherwisethan to the'nature ol the[conversation lug and going to the edge of the dock I Chicago- Dec. .-The Board'of Education .

zeroes> streets and blocxs north and grant the'requests He,.said that the betweenHanimantand, .'" hlmseltv I Mr..-. threw'up his hands and Jumped over 'of this city is In a rather nn- TJew"York.*December 8.-For 'the

*h'|from 5th street ,to ,the ,Miami council! are public senranU and elected Hughes,wanted totaow?! Jlf there 11",1 board. His bodywas not rescued'until ['p'eaunt position. For many months first time In the history of the Musnr- :

.".hd. pittingthe proposed. new I to comply,withahe desires.of the any truth in the import'>that It :washinted life was extinct. numerous complaints from principals, ga.! ODe of 'New >York's oldest'and #4

1i' .outa'de. of the.limits citfroas'ao far ai It la In7 their power.. there wonli be an'lnvestlgatlon( Other evidence tended to show that teachers and school trustees have most famous singing societies: ,.'.tha.

.-__ Bight 'George A. Worley' a>- He.rertted.the'tact that:blind! ,',tiger of the Insurance bnilnesi by Mr. Harriman West's death was due to- suicide and come In. charging various school janitors : society gives a 'concert' tonight, 'faI ,
not .
before the council and asked are now*operated In'that locality,and if he'was pyen'an Interest not'an accident, and a verdict was so of negligence carelessness insubordination I which women will take part For'

Che previous Action be 'rescinded..Mr that a?;saloon" would do' away, with In;the Equitable- t Company.: Mr. Ryan rendered.' His body was burled in and Impertinence I twenty-two years the singing society'

s. ,t -i4' Rose' the'proprietor', soI I them and prove a,blessing.Instead:of declined. to".. answerthe'- to"aeiwer.thi' queetton f and potters !field by Undertaker King.. Although in nearly every' case the refused ,to ,.admit women In* their. society '
I by the contraction of the dtjrlimits ft, euri. If'such' were'possible.:< also leMed qneit1'as charges have been fully substantiatedthe
1 or to sing with them. The rolewas .
bad gone to .a great 0 Othen.proaent said that:it his license to'wbetb er:Mr.'Harriman. had said Chairman Armstrong directed' him board of education does not feel abolished boW'eYer. at th..b cm-

,In boring a lot and erecting I 1[ : was. puted.that. others,would something disastrous would happen to to answer the question and he replied Inclined to discipline the guilty janitors DIng of this season and .tonight the

bu1Ung for contacting. ,saloon. ; immediately .make,'ap lIeat1oa for the the ,Ryan interestii'J! if;;he, .refurod to that Mr.'Harriman L had made no such as they fear trouble with the mixed chorus of the Mnsnrgta will

'; the location at, that trme wasa"the I same'rights.- 'They protested"against share the Equitable stock with him. I threat union of janitors organized laborIn make Its debut In Liszt's "St. Eiis
that he bad At the time they -
limits general same
liquor : tie establishment of .the'saloon, _and -- ---- abeth.

I ta'good faith and would be bank some grew eloquent In their dennacllattoa COPIES '':Of RESTRAINING ORDERS feel that it is simply ruinous to per-
prate; > ; : mit the janitors to-neglect their duties -
i If sneh a proceeding of. the. curse. LIBRARY DAY IN WEST. VIRGINIA.
that the to take orders from -
.,' Worley further aid ,the and refuse ,
Themajority of council after
does DOt'aDo... dlscrlmlnaUon IN much discussion and frequent interruptions : INJUNCTIONS Wheeling, W; Va:./Dec. .-Today
that the State law the more Independent members of i
1 any person; by Mr.-Worley, finally,decided r la Library Day and it Is observed everywhere
that It.would be against the morality -, .. in this state an! earnest efforts
: ,charters and that-the aet"ofta I 'and; good IOftl'DD1ent.of the city Deputy United dates Marshal Gore -........m Helm. West Palm Beachun; I but the majority Is.afraid to offend are being made'everywhere" to
&' contracting the Uquor,RIDtoaprennt received this der the name and style of the Lake the unions and refuses to take rad- : "
I condncting > of the ,
to grant the:right for:.: the : copies. morning .raise funds for the purchase of books
the operation of this -JS teal hi the mater..
Construction Co.George' [ steps
Worth Drainage and
I saloon and refused .to. grant a permit. restraining orders granted by Judge for the various schools to'Ole end
a;' after preparations for,opening for'a.e O. ,Butler?' Tai Assessor '.of ''children In .tate'lnaT
same.Mr. that the this .
i in un ted tes' Court at .
Locke the. $
been rotten under "" i *N. Gander, NEW RIFLES TO BEISSUED
lad Dade'county'Thomas: .
Mm. :'j Worley made no remarks of his be supplied with an abundance of ,
of special and personal, Jlsi Jacksonville In the}]restraining proceedings TO SOLDIERS
one Intentions1 to:this matter, lint it .II Taxi:Collector of DaJe County; Guy ; good reading matter. The custom'of 4
and fflegaL fie also sail I Instituted?there by the Florida H. Pierre Brannlag and
i consiaered'by'some,that he wlUJat-; ,I. : r observing Library :Day annually la
..:1Ia.I advised .his dint to,gowfth tempt to,force the city into'grantingthe East Coast Railway Company and :Thomaa'1. Campbell an cltiiens and Model Has the Approval ., PreaMent this 'It&te' was established.severalyears

'his ,saloon .and Jet the reof prirtleg sought} on, the[grounds" (he Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast residents' of Dade county Florida as [. Roosevelt Wh .Used One .I ago and has become_ .an', institution '

closing It rest'' with'dI7. Land Co", against|the Lake. ._ Worth !members of-the drainage 'committee i I 'The -30 calibre United State magailne which '" {
that the councfl must comply with the la meeting with greater
but'that'he'desired to beadtixen I desires-of". the'.majority, of:the'residents Drainage and Construction:, -Coo, ana i 'and Irrigation company. '; rifle.,model WJ. .with slight support every )'ear.' It has greatly
and preferred ,to i the pl Commissioners ;modifications, In the design of the
"ding in any and aU'portIonl of the. against Board County I BID to declare. unconstitutional and ; stimulated the Interest'of the people
1 '
Oe' m_after agreeably It poasU: city'where such b'wlthtri their'pow.er. ,Tax Collector' and Tax Assessor null and void certain laws of the Stateof 'stock to better adapt It to :.sporting in .the subject of'reading: *""",
and aH other cltl- declare without imposes, lI'hIcJa.'was made under'the ,
: I ;The outcome: means much. In of Dade couno| Florida:.to Illegal and '
*oieylUmaed that legal pro- I .i1 e' drain : laws personal direction of Colonel Phippsfor
." He future control:of,the liquor business |sent Interested in proposed due'process of certain JEROME
would be instituted If the In K1 mJ.. ate'Or:ertaIri iandj west'of West scheme for draining lands'of the plaintiffs .Tresldent Roosevelt and used by WILLENTER THE FIGHT
o u.e'JD .t1eJ"',to rest ] : and without hIm on his last bunting trip to the
allowed;, Other,Business 1'r Transacted Palm,Beach. ||; l] to declare; Illegal

; adjustment.r 'AY,.JKolb: -and seen other'prop- The specific" UtIel'Of the salt are" aafoQows deep' roc ai of law E:certain petition y..eat. has been returned to the Spring New Sotk. Dee. .. Following the

'Attorney Qantler' said that the erty owners on J'Itaa'Itleet petitioned : 'If" r'| \,. to establish a-drainage' district in the AVd armory. n."PrMlclnt expressed appearance of District Attorney Jerome
"contracting tke.Uqnor llm- The Florida East'Coast Railway Co.., county'of Dade; to declare null and himself as well pleased with this
for, the laying .of a'sewer, on that :; at the insurance investigation
and that ft had sat,been fLoroughfare ( Arentje corporation, and ,Boston and Florida void assessments on the lands of com arm u.a hunting' weapon, committee'session
root C to .the yesferday.lt was re-
to'discriminate,against any bay: 'The matter received some vliscnseten Atlantic Coast Undo fro a corporation plal.aU'aad' for injunction' and r.- 1 j-jThis rifle manufactured with a few ported' that be had already completed

for tbegoodaadwelfareunity .'and itwas; finally decided to vs. John'Sewett. oil Miami;'_Irwin O. Uef;'(0'enjoin the collection'of taxes .'lmprovements,- will be Issued to.the his plans for a prosecution of the cases

;. Several ntonbers_ refer it-and an otberaimnar petitions Tweede'.l,'.of..Cntlelri 'Eugene Dlmlck for drainage<< Illegally assessed- and for Regular service in the near' future. so far Investigated by the.commit'itee. -

'-e ad1.maC.. acme, statectlQerkXsnim now In the hands of the council fo the of West Palm'Beath: orris R..Johns relief. About forty thousand will be required .- :;.

L of'gturh"Th'Jt. Winfield. of Deputy 3lar.ha1 Gore..wfll make'ser for this Issue and as soon as a supply '
Board of Public Works for a report: : I It*Is understood thai:Mr. 'Jerome
said that Mr.ROBe COuntt; commission each of the nfflelent for a'reserve Is completed
Little River u vice: upon and everyone close
; Mayor communicated to the ; win. immediately the of the
to'' the actionoftbe council "or Dade omat1. Florida Edmund defendants above entitled eans- the national guard may expect an exchange
.., council that .he. bad ,won Into offlce! era > : lithe committee's public sessions at the end rr
...e'e.... meeting;, had. eon- following. dty officials:_A.J.Kolb, Mi.Belcher fit.West> Palm. Beach. ; Dr. ..-and must:make his returns to the ,-and .win 'be fully.equippedwfth : of the yar, ask for a special'grand' at

wttb m1attft, ; ,to: the nllaUi t Itlu -. -, H!ary C.\Hood,of; Test Palm Beach; I I Unft .State Court,Dot later thai ; this"new arm la place, of the to deal with/the .. ..tf.

an t tbat De;."'( ,. ." .. : .- ;.. .... ; .1'' ';. .. .. Beaeh: I .. .1..,,,, ,, ..:" IXrig,' low In nse .. jury panel ,.-. insurance.,: .,......;,,..a.; r. .
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: .:;::0.--(.... ; -" ::":" ..:":',"" ""'":' '-. ,.:'';'"'J7-.i7" ,. ...:;..; :>1'-- ; ,;; .)i "" ;: $ "J. +":"tio r '- .a ,1:

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i Miami Metropolis o o ooo oooeooo oo .ooo.ooo 00.000 0.

} The Daily. L.L.Capt.. Werz Was .

{I.I B. B. TATCM. ,PRESIDENT.. S. Bono DEAN, SEC.-TREAS. I Not Brutal o

I! ,, ui, i*,; i I ,, iEJicorMeiropoI
mainland of the U. S. -I
on the
The most Southern published
I newspaper a:
1 In ySditerijiy's; Metropolis a telegram oo
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY |dated j Andersonvllle. Ga.: anJ ; After November 1st; ; .

/ae T.ar,by; Mall,,,,_,,"i..15.00 Three Month...................|LaY I IIta dersoavllle,") contains the fo lowing: 0o Be sure you see our up to date Hunting Materials
.. M week b;* C-rrter......... .10 "The |AndejsonviHe Prison was In .
charge: Superintendent Henry Were i.

Advertising Rates made known on application., a man."pf great cruelty; 'and brutality.Of BEFORE you go on your hunting trip,
tb..9.85 prisoners who were confined 0o

l TELEPHONE 791 FFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING, |ji that prison 12.926 died from
the bt tst.treatment to which the,
} 182 and 484 Twelfth fttrttt Opposite the Court Hearse '
is i were bjected. Wen was .tried bya J. W. Watson Miami? =a
FRIDAY. DECEMBER .1909 United State military commission ,
1 f and found(; guilty; of excessive cruelty;

and hinged November 1, 1865."

if EITHER GARMENTS. The?date' and place:Washington. D. 0o .ooooooooooeooooooeooooo.ee'oot4io;; ooo..

C... of'his execution. ,- should be sufficient
: reason t''' for unprejudiced people to it .. ,

underclothing'They receive ihe above news with.caatlonJn
addition to which I was intimately; acquainted r ,
thing"or'betteT',tll, linen. Thl Is a new theory; except with a few.Cotton *
i er, for']many' yearn after the 'civ
for summer and warm flannels for winter ha been the custom .
:t: goods thonghrinany'are taking the new advice. So.far there il watjjwlth i a gentleman who was a
and is the custom Nattollal B.ank.
fine lawyer. and also a successful one, pallas
this section and Save delayedIn ; ,
V has been very; little flannel weather' in many; who was" present at the trial of Capt. ;
making the cbange. There is no fixed time for changing as.there 1* In
: in
Henr ; Werz' in Washington : 1865 .
P China. --"We hive the Chicago Chronicle aa authority; for the statement that J

f} In China there are two day in .the yearone; in the spring and one in the fall and 'Together.{:rj bare often talked this matter .

\ set apart for changing clothing.. On a certain day In the spring every; Inhabitant over "-
He Jtold that not an iota of evidence7 .
.of the Chinese Empire doffs winter clothing and dons summer appareLIn me
K'L: the fa'l there'll a certain day; for cbang1ng,from summerto.winter rai '''from'itlfted n Win'those favor who was would allowed have tee by : Capital( ..$100,000 I

meet. It makes no difference whether the weather be cold the change I*
the cart and that he was convicted
made by; fl.err; body on that day. ,Ar; "
", Host persons In this country wear too much clothing. The wearing of on the testimonies.. of his enemlen. He
; could j;have ,shown that he gave bin Surnlus :: $3,500's
heavy clothing;; more a'matter of habit .than necessity': : The CL.cago
prisoners the kind of food
same a*
i: : Chronicle says; ."There I*.no .end to the effort tf the scientific men:of our
[issued to the Confederate soldier
kl day 10 discover Tome cure for consumption, and if they,had fifty cures they was. '
would be'useless as long as the work'of prevention la'neglected.. Consumption In tfi :fleld. ,
r U unknown Ia countries where the weather i* so warm that no clothing Ae'boad' also have shown that this
'Il commits aU iU in the was he best the Confederate govern Asse Half Million Dollars
The ravages
t. win not keep a person warm. eue : over a ;
l!... lan of warm dwellings and'warm winter,clothing. The belief' used to be mentthrough; | ; him_wasabe' ; toJo; i3I
and that the northern soiaiers not being
universal that'a person with a delicate constitution should in, the wintertime
accustomed; to such fare mostlycorn
wear flannel'of double thicknesswarmwoolen. outer clothing,asthick! asa

lIfc:\ 'plank a spacious flannel' and chamools skin chdt protector a heaIUkenacarf. Sneal sand'',died baCon'and from cause cow peas which; sickened he I Statements l i 9ttho (Close of Business' November :9th. 1905 'J

,.asealskln cap and arctic shoe. :'At the .present day there I* a powerless to 'prevent.Hecouldhave .

I partial fashionable discovery'to sleep of the out ruinous of doors.effects in midwinter.of such'clothing This I and* good it baa u become it goes, was severity!.p, was, used shown In guarding that.- no snch'alarge more ()Qnd from Report. to (Comptroller of Currency :l

but Ills no mre sleeping too warm at night t.baIlkeeplng the body; .too warm '' .
lumber 'of prisoners'than
was nSr '
by; -Jay; that caneee consumption." Resources .. '
absolutely necessary; to prevent these
t i A .eU'drened white arguing with an almc.t naked Indian urged him y
60.000men, from at least attempting
f. to wear more clothing, a* it would protect him from the cold.: "Why; don'twhist to He could have'shown'thatthe and discount 0. .. .. .. . .T.. ....... . .. $263.386.04Ovtrdrafts x

.:.t.[ man' cover facer asked. .the Indian.' "Oh, that is not'necessary.; Thefawi escape.Confederate. governmentTrho were .... ..?.. ... ... . . .. :; .. .. . ..- 3,463.59

become'Inured to the weather by; constant exposure" "So." said the responsible|I for him and his acts, had U.S. Bonds account Circulation. .. ::. ;.. .. ...... 52,080 00Otter

y._ Indian,'-me.all face.". .That ended'the argument and the Indian had thet repeatedly; 'offered to exchange these Bonds owned. . ... . . ... ..... .. .. .. .. 50.500.00Banking

: better of It.: In the euller'tiaY. when men were hardier flannels were not prisoners for southern soldier held In House .... .. ... . . .... .. v.. .. ... .. 50000.00
worn; Jn fact the pioneer wore no underwear and he withstood the cold and '.

thsTHrJahlps! better than the muffed and flanneled citizen.of,the, present..The northern prisons I. and so removing Available Cash( Assets '
l they from their terrible! condition in : .
ionth.to northern homes .
Metropolis ha again been endorsed AS the Official-organ of the city; the their an U. S.'Bonds owned. ... ..! .. ...... . .. .$19,000.00 2'
: thatch such offers refused. : ,.
a_recognition of efficient aen ice. ,,. t were t Due from U. S. Treasurer.. .. .. .. ..... .. ., ... 2600.00 '. ;>'. : .. Xs Sit:could have shown Bat.his gov-
r .
9" of I Due from bank..i-.... 92.012.52' '. : *- e 4t oe
ernrneht had also offered to receive
p 'tWlti.KeCurd7 out of office the coif standard will have to take care of the at'AndeK Cakhonhand..:;... 31,873.83 $145,487.33
turn over prisoner
Itself the next time,danger loom on'tlfe political horizon,' I
7? .. lOJ1. je. Libby and other prison, in o Total resource. $564,836.98
A M&IJi'a'' '
: r + : -' I the South, and medicine the Federal .
r- *" Depew insists on denying,that,the New York Central tuned legislative government; ; might' send their own Ji I' Liabilities !; .

'i1 passes., Why does he. not ferret_out;the man who forged his signature snrgkms at the same time to admlb- .

:: cm them? 'cLate fl rrJhe medlciae'tbe'Conredeategoietnment Jlif Capital paid in..-. .j......",. .. $100.000.00" '.
',., -, .... .. never at'an, time having ifr Surplus and profits ... ... ... ... .. . .. ... .. 5377.60

F Rock: Ark Nov.; 30.= ffor.:Jeff [ celebrated* Thanksgiving' the .Secessary: 'medicines to take care iCifcnlation...:.. .. 52,000.00 .

Day'very.quietly'refusing; to assume either the offensive or defensive ,In any; of their''own! .Ick' tid wounded,' and. o! Bills.pajable., 65,000.00.

I:',': at fight, that ihls"was also refused. 1 .'poaita.....'.'. 342,459.38

,.(, I _'. '-.' There: *are'many"other'things: which 1(' Totatliabilitie..,. $564,836.98u '

Swiator Elklns predict: tbatther._ will be..Jd .m"th:passage oil hlstdfjr'wfll bring out' t6 *hbw'as: 'the J .

is" .the railway.Irate bill 1. but furnishes no clew to the identity. of UM pencn"who, gentleman above quoted sald'to'me'Wiiis : [co pat tlre statement of deposits showing. Increase la tosJaessKlvember : a
** : **
has the rtraeka.." trial fwai 'ti'traierty'on'juetce1irid"btu'execuUon -
.:"' ,,' t. '" """' !- : ;;0.' .. 17th, ..-t. .. .155446.21
because | : much. a ..,........ '254,777.77 tl
Philadelphia shonldnt feel altogether discouraged It was robbed murderas itbt''of"Xri.: Surratt.NEW ." N've.mbel'.IOtb.l90-4 .
t.rr. of more than .OOMOO on one group of cootrartaIt'show* that aot an the at .:,'ExConfedenkddier. !( :"J- N vember 9th.;1905.V, ,- :.. ... 342,459,38
Kr .
W- FA1lsJelpbkps' ire tateep .....'....10 j,.......:.. : ;.*-."'.". 4A7-._. :,, )d ,- ... .if' ..

::- :- r -...fJ1lJ.ir... '! $.., ,'"' .. --f., ,='. "" .JERSEY: SANITARY--- .. '

*. the City.Council appear'to be up.against,!It on an alleged.discrimination '. ;'ASWCIATIPH: MEETS' taI f
t ta'contracting the,city liquor.limits, and from'influence*.male legal:action I:

against the.board I. likely to follow. :., : 'f.:1' .1' .
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'f .......... !le ThIrtyflrst'AnnualConvention'atLskewood._ .' ; n
: i'' Senator gate san he thn 'see'ne. pressing need for any great outlayIn i' ,,,lLaktiwegq'today:;.. a? ,.. 'J%
thaealargetnest of the navy;: The Senator I* apt>to get a "tip": ,from,thaWhite"'House F l
f to control'sn ocOTlist/. -P"l"\1\'t--: ,r 1i "
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--:- 'r- N. J..-Dec.' 8.-The' thlr-, ri f.4t

If Don Cipriana Castro ge's''that 140.000'a. described, he woulj do ..ell'to tyflfsjjannual meetingofthe New !J .

leave,Veneiuela. and *et. up .in. New York as a frenzied financier. Talents Jersey Sanitary; Association opener sj
; lire Laurel in the Pine this forenoon
such aa are his"are wasted in Callas.,! + : i1
|wlth;: a large attendance,.repre j : d v
senting part of the state?!' *
Congress I* busy; 'telling! a .what.It doe not know'about'canals. San
TM principal feature of the.openIngmeeting "IfJ'
t rates'and other vexed problems In'wbleh .
Domingo treaties, railway, everyman
'iris address ; :.
| the of.vDn i ,
he has expert$ knowledge..' i ? ? / -
under. the. Capitol, dome "imagines, Norton rl'wi'son/of EUtalxrth.N.:3.1 Y! .. tl -' ia!

o ::Our Association." In .the.,after-
it. The .u.den'death of Rev. Charles A..Fulwood at Ocala yesterday Is a 511d
noon : Dr. Schauffler, of Lakewood r
fr blow..that; : laUs Jie&Yi upon every, Christian head and heart: In the.State': He .ell1l'OII win address, ,-the meeting andrea4i.ome' .,.
Of.the few thorough Christian men, and respected-'esteemed *
!; .u""one .
; : announcement*. Dr. Leal. .
and reverenced by; the people of.Florida Irrespective of denominational d
Paterson will read a paper n'"Ex.
of ,
:; filiations or private: character., He was one against whom:naught but good .,} i.Of
amination and
,of HedthsOmcers
could be,,said., ,He,WM Christian. in every sense fie worl1mplies, and ,
.it. the church and'.State; have"lost one of their greatestan4 beef eiee. The Heilih inspectors'? while' Mr. George HOMB; OF'FORT DALLAS :(NATIONAL BASK

o Metropolis 'sympathize with those"' flirted by the taking away of,the aged w4uacuire"Creemerlei-T6er: of :Trenton! construction will speak and,on We inmte\the{ \ public's attention to the iiore report condensed jron sworn t.

t divine; but Ir'1oaa 1* the MakeVy gain and If ant shall find the Land of : '
Perpetual, Day and with Him remain, evermore: C.; A/TuIwooJ: by tin honorable Management. ; .,",. >In'y_the. ;"evening' see. I'J statement to Cbmotrol/er of CIJ"tncJwhich shows our present condition- '

: and upright:: .life.:Christian,devotions. .and an earthly UlstenceIPentlnp s1o$ President. Wilson-wlJ_ deliver an i t1) Ourjjrowlh{ in deposits is shown by the abase comvarative. sta mel t- a'4'diiiof ,

'the great cause'of.! salvation and,espousing religion, : is one of those'so blessed. address and a paper on-"Secret 1 Igoe- one hundred thousand each the three years Both statements
,. truing ,will be read and discussed. year for past? : :
ADVERTISING 'be,, discussion will be.led 'by Dr. ahow,that the \fort Dallas National Hank; elected by the United States,as a depositary .- '

PERTINENT APHORISVS.. 2c. i Latnbert'of New York.. Dr,-Ft'rrend.
is in and popularityOur
0, : I of public moneys, growing strength |
r,;; 0 of,Slew'York.: will.deliver.an ,address ,
_..; ;:; 3 O :ii onJfOrganization of an Ant'Tube eu- customers say it is a pleasure to do business with. us. 11't-hace ample .

uK -The.advert1lk1g-m&a-who: always tells 'shout"the- -- _:'other. ;;; ; "ieU, w.. *, dlshonesQr loaf Campaign- ... capital for\ all requitements within the field of ,legitimate banking.-- X e\conJ

,likely. has a.guilty-- conscience- ..,' file association Is composed of professors ,;duct a Savings Department and pay 5 per cent interest'creditedjnd compound'quarterly. '
Spasmodic advertliinr is'a'wkols lot like e'.utomcb: 1 fine '
mighty and teachers colleges.aadtchoo's led .
when It goes. but' sort of dlsappotnUngwhenlt' stops.. : ,..municipal officers,.health or"* Respectjully. t

The'advertiser ,who". uses every"other;line. d:.play doesn't 'Impress the cef, ,.lawyer; physicians; ;:veterinary

people any'mor than the orator'wtaishout*."aad pound* the,table half of bl qi; cergymen! ..,ctrU ..engineer, architect : :

the time.; 'f'' \ .'... ', _- ,' ., .'. *,. plumber* ,and',other cltlieoe \

Tomay potlappreclate what a- good"fellow Smith Is the first time- you of(this state. Interested,in,sanitationaslrelated .
hfi \i'f the'same"wlth"an'aL'16ly' fellow to homes school' and 'municipalities : : .
t meet -- : I the other a chance to get r4'
acquainted with ,'o*., ,t .. ,,The:,objects of;',the/annual \ ::

w' Jf'you plant :thistle dont expect:to gether'strabwerrlesr ;. when"yon Jo -,meeUnc.!.:'are the, presentation .)t

poor advertlslQ: \Q ,i1't. "-expert"to,get good results.. ',: .offsets,the .comparison: yiews.;andijdlscnsalon 'if t6;
of,method.relating to
'. U J'OIIb't' pot the quarter ta your;con gas;meter you dont get .the ft. prevention of 'sickness andtbe ,9'.. ,
''fcM. ; U you **:5 advertise your bua'ae.s'you'don'tget'the:; : business.. promotion.of healQi. ;; .'
jr! ,

"" *. st ....,.,...-,?!, _." .<.?-'.-, '_' '':.'.'";.',''.'.''' -""'/b.. ..:.;.;;.,.."R..6 ,'c....;.,-,;>"--}'jY:,7."1.' ".'"',.,,.I'.i.-. :t ,. .-I.",,..,.Z...,""....-<... ... ._ D', :,,,..'>.r :>A : ..'i,. ,

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.yEE....ECii=.........--iii.i--...... ...Ee1ct: : "+ r- OPTIONAL REFERENDUM. 1 -
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W 'pI'. RIjI.t t. Dea.a.a Vet. ...... I :

Miami i Sporting Goods Store \J toJ Jli way The of.referendum..preft&ticg.. F4'tetoa.system grafting Lekt.iatt.a.baa and a'fraud quiet Real Style in : '

r litf that bothers j j the monopolists. The
principal argument of those opposed to

( l'1t' Fishing Tackle, Eastman UD the the referendum people *wlll and be! constantly Initiative Is caned that Double Breasted SuitsIf

9i Kodaks, Kodak Sundries, \l Ail upon to votaon Mows: every and all questions.
Experience that nothing Is further -

'\ Nassau' Shells:and Yacht Supplies lito u ui from the, fact than this constant

: \Ii voting. Tb4 fear of the referendum, Is it's style .you want, why not get one of our Schloss-made

\li i nClu intJ'fenders 6 polishiu generally of legislation enough to that prevent will not the endure passage double-breasted suits? See how well "set up" this man looks

W\Ii' _ed. brass fittings, launch ; discussion. || and how crisp and cean-cut his clothes appear. Roomy, shap-

whistlesand side hgths toto Only a fe.dara ago the city councilof lv, fashionable and comfortable. This smart style '"
j i Grand R P\da.\ under the stimulating
i.) Influence of.the agents of the Standard makes a fair] figure look well, a good figure impressive '$15

i ship clocks, etc, etc. etc, vl i ii Oil trust, passed, an I;ordinance granting ,, yo should see what it would do for you at

i tl! W1 special ,prirlJegps: to that corporation I

i '\ ; \Ai for twenty yeaf. A petition fora
referendum Tote the ordinance
; i on
1 G E WORTHINGTON was started*"' but before It was'signed
by the necessary'" number I of voter the You. Will be Surprised
aldermen reconsidered their and
action '
t 305 doors Westjof RedlCrossPhar'cy V
1 imstreet
?, the ordinancewas., referred back to the
'. "" ordinance committe* with ioatruetfoaato to see the value in these $15 suits.
: !
fo" !
't !
,,':;':;E.':!; "". :";"" ':;fo:";....:; .......we... .......::"'t--::;: frame a general ordinance.

'\ That 1Ibo..'the advantage of the optional You.may think it a little price for a

'Yours s' Pharmacy the option referendum of calling,whereby for a vote voters on have'any is good suit. It is. But some of, the i''

disputed question. Many honest people
same suits would be
confound: 'the compulsory| referendum marked $20 'or<4< :1

whlch'requlres' 'a vote to be taken more in a swell Xew York store'and r
even If every on* Is known to favor the '

,;: measure, while' an optional referendum, 1 t be called bargains at that. These suits,
:h must be petitioned for b7'IS per cent of

A Drug{: Store for The People the voters before It can be brought. tina : k are good enough for any man. If you
vote. fl|5| H k-*JM >a T' i j.4
i: t\That'lfour motto, and it has been the means ,of adding hun In the stabs that,hare Incorporated want more expensive ones, we havethem
the optional l; referendum system In r and less but (
too look these
'dreds of new customers to our list. We sell only the pur their constitution'v but few votes bare at

at filled pharma been suedtor.; In'Oregon'but on* first. Made in 'all
drugs. All 1 prescriptions"are by registered bm baa beta referred to the people' r -- the, ._ _best_ cloths, ;

cists. We also Carry,. the' finest sodas and i ice cream in the city tbonrh two''tula have' boon Initiated. plain colors and fancy patterns. We

In South> J tkota thf1 has not beenSns'ef
)2.:Doors North of Postoffice um vote,caHod for. and the are showing all the best things in suitsat

reason la'given by, Ebod,;aBepubUcanwbo
; Governor
'' :\V." :Es,'Youngs, Pres.; [ says I :: $10.00, $12.00, $15X)0; ) and $2000, .

: "Since chi referendum Uw has been and higher. 'Let -
.us show,them td
you .
part of constitution we have had
,< ..w'.r_ +.i .!i huh""-.4-1 >.t '" 'h' 7Th': .S vt rat .- 1 I no charter '(nongers;or railway 'speculators 1'l ; and remember have everythiugJJ .
wildcat schemes : I
no submitted tour '
legislature. Formerly our time Waa .. Winter Furnishing- at .FAIR Prices. .
jJ t ...g, I '. /' 'i1 IY *"
Dade Pharmacy occupied by speculative schemes of one H .rt' t' .

kind or another, but since the referen. ... .
dum has been mach pelt 1 the
a constitution
;4 809 venue'DA. .these people do not press their -, \ : a

a new candidate for your patronage it is but just that'we scheme, OIL the legislature: and hence R W'\I R'W\ .0''D': .E..S. .
state our claims. Our stock is new and the purest and best there la''no;,Jtecesslty for having recourse ,
that money_can buy, Oar' service will be equal to the best. to tb :'reterendti D." .
In those cities where the have
: We live in the building and will'take pleasure in people :\
supplying! your demands at all l hours; dar or night the right demand: a referendum vote 322 Twelfth Street
i similar experience: proves the value of .
4 Prices. the optional iiystem and bow seldom a ,
.'_ Reasonable., 809 Avenue D

; .) ,** "! f **tr' ,. :*. \ ,' -'; vote In Chicago is petitioned,where,for the, advisory'referendum Outfitter to Men,: Youths. and Boys

'' '- law/ qutres 23 per cent of the \ > \
:; : ? .
M1 -
;, : voters to petition Tor a vote to be taken
i .. ''''' .-'.. ':, ?there baf .been during the past I --- -
thrEe year,seven, referendum rots .
and When It:Is considered that about 1
KXUXXk signature must be obtained toe _
f petition: It show* the absorbing Interest .......... riBBuuw Society ..r.' It I Don't' SdLDogs J
.the voters have shown In their 'effort b \f rmf.tkm. BARGAIN, ; ,
e to obtain\ municipal ownership' of At the recent annual ,the r' ..
street raQj-jnds, for six of these referendum American Humane 1..IPF.t.PhU-
1t yI votes'J were' ;von that question. adelphla nearly! every the Butyl; I can give you a, Grapefruit; (Treest.nery .
t Perfection Last Every-was.overwhelmingly: ; favorable country' .was' represented President .
I to JD hdpal'I'1IeI'IIhlp") but the William 0. Stlllman In his annual address : at 0j... 4000 tree,),.To..f 1
KEEN. t .
ALWAYS READY. ALWAYS monopolists; .have by devious tricks said: PointerV ; health. riant U cqnat.. Vftnelllar
SimplyLather"andShav"e." compelled the.voters to go to,an thtaeipene'atrohbte "Our societies should give greater attention at Sec'. Gnat ucriflc for !
( calk. Call at m of SoC ,
: ; and still another jr
fi w :'THEItEIS"NOTHING. TO ADJUST 'i, vote wffl probably t.repibrd before to the 1' /and: enforcement *V .i "! 1

'i ,NOTHING.,TO.LEARN.. the will of tb*peopl win triumph over stndles of proper child labor laws.:{When your ELECTRICAL.Work J. Rose Admr.
one the condition of chllq laborIn ,
KULTUKE Th wonderful feature of this rasor.II. rhoI the corporatfctns. These numerous\"CItesInChbgo14re'dueito 4. '
i the cotton mills of the sooth and the
AWATOtTfrtAJT fie .Twalro..blac*;: (tW'eDt-four abarJt, F an tavompM tfROWNElectrical C L Davis Estate d
coal Seals of north Is
a condition
II '
this C. -
qa) as THIS aa paper; a*HARD as flint, a.F taw but that was an that could be I
YEAH ftl70BaDd PtutaLS u wbaJebcDe f.with 1e.ch rnnjc-fioip a-Uglslatnre, notoriously found practically as bad u and even ,. .. L ; \
Nt.. EAca .: controlled tf":the'corporations, -; worse In, some respects: Chad i that Contractor, I 1113 Are.,C -
which characterised before the .
BUUwiagoodfor fifFeoiaa ;ttwfllbe\ i ,,Ii.passtbt.a slavery -
from -nrDTr dvD ..rl.D4lt Is a 111averrevet men -
tt make tIIolQ.nqoopobllta. and those who
't "
SO odious Sad unendurable that \
-' .' rely oa'cotrtipeioa.'to'.paM: legislation
Sesosrr ;
which shackled the black 'that
Mk&owMCB; tb. refrrendnni win '
r- "It notorious that .
Dot keep Unpeople eonstantiy voting' of .
: thousands of children who ought to beiweat
and they derfto- to recognize the great
.L, -' Awifddac.ia In school ar* forced to wprk n -
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dlffereape the compulsory referendum
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't '
: ) ......m..... Mdlei5i.: Iult. aDd tbe optional, reter+>tidtun:: shops 'and 1 factories..; They become( AdsThat .
..... L.. : : ,: :'; '.--- -. wrecked health and die preidatnreTbe
t u.DD 191M. A D.... ......,'MupL 11. survivors fill hospitals and ultimately
r --' The reelection of Eugene< E. Schmita, many? of them alas}ouses.. .t
lfawsic.....' ', the Union Labor candidate for mayorof Th hocrors-of" this unrighteous]situation
}" Ban Francisco: was a great triumph are not realized by those whit have 1 .
j + for Jonpntod Ia or.' The result exceeded not studied it most carefully. I :
: U too.t, sanguine expectations "What is greatly needed is uniform 1THE
For.Sale by 'i of the.Untaj Labor, party, for every child labor legislation In the different
# candidate on.Its ticket was elected. states,with rising standard as soon
ffBIscayna Oruj CompanyWILLIAM: i Imltating;tbe course taken by, Folk U Justified." I( i
hi his campaign for the governorshipof PayThe : r
Missouri!John.8. Partridge candidate IDa....... IB Labor Pa_... Noted i Cattle
.. I of the 1'atSoD'JI&I17., made an Then was an Innovation !In'tie San -
'x I II attempt to' launch an antigraft.cam Jon (Cal) Labor day parade:pnlqne nly supply the meat that we supply '
I paign., Tbi i result baa demonstrated In the annals of organized laboij The to our customers.'The range steers. L.
I that the only question involved hi the Pastors' union composed of tb4 Protestant hat are allowed to"'shift lor them. object of advertisingis x
J. BRYANTravel struggle Jattt closed .waa labor versus ministers of the'PIpe!, accepted letves until reach the stock to sell good.'Your ad
,... ....... .- the Cttisensf aniance::. ,4o. an invitation to march In tb; great they : is your best salesman.
y parade. For some time the ministers and then get coin for a few Then ,why, e
---I- ..... -hMt ......." \1\ have had a fraternal dele te I'll' attendance lava are not what we 'want. nor much oa advertising not'spend aa.,
1(;.. ... .. 4'!!':''' '. 'nit'tradeja most'affected by contract' en the deliberations the "
i. pal .. Trayeiaow pf vhat our customera want. s one clerk would cost? Few
....tatra/. :.... s _
.j f
: ,, prison labor art* the shoe,worker Iron federated Trades council. ,merchants do this but
.-, _k lw iril 2s..* irtlie iilaiaer molders p meat'workscs;" reed.and = i *:\ those who do are
IM ciTtS : $.'' ""L' :; rattan ehal| workers and broom work ....... r......:be P>r.aa... Prime. Meats a golden harvest.reaping
Tber'CoomonersauedfromSan ; Now ?
edJtorof .
iffiam'J. .
: Bryan .
The 'trades .unionism C
.... Institations reeeDt7'n.u.I.em- growth f.: la wouldD't iwantaslovenly
Iflrahjciaco4Septetnbet27:'for a rear'.naLt'abroad. In the'cos -- \ -
ployed a total of 42SS: con vlcts In the Francs bu.-.npld;.TT1e title Ira wha\ offer. Their tender disreputable
,we ok
wifl *
r5f4fiia.tTavels.. Mr.:Brjtin viait tb. < foUowiD.name4 ... -
under which Iou aw known In .
taanufacturvof boots and toe .These lug clerk in ?
n -b: 1ci .1 k Francs to "!gyadteata'Frofesslohnela. teas, ldiciness'and fine flavor are \ yonrstory[
: et '<4JSS< convict,shoe workers are paid an .Why have slovenly disreputable .
t 'BA :- "i J 'BR I8LX8" average wigs of 48 cents a day and They war,first:authorised by law hi algal appreciated.' < ads? Let!me do

i .CBIW -' L; : 'IMk ....4:' PHIL l'Jr E 18LAXD8.OXKXAB .. they are turning'out 2I,3tO pairs of 188- Ctdi over twenty renco..' *. '.. '', your advertising-fpr2ne; .
.U8'B IA,", ."" 'XQY ':.PAJ.UT shoes every;day, which: are damped Into : \ B. 'Doane 1 month and see the.drffer-
NM'ZKALAND; --. TUBKE fri OBSKCEX tb* sbo f market under varloos : Prop: :ence., I write aJa. that
\. ..-.f'l'UY' : '8WITZ$11VAND1lxraalbT : Conie tothe Art Studio 4 pay.
'S'o) : .'. name and;labels that are devised to ; ,
\; r 'G'ERkU"T" eonceat from the public ....... <...
tberJtne to r
1 :)tU881.a.yf..1 : HOLLAND J.
eharscter. |B
... MONEY LOAN \\i
-'Ftuui tai ti uf the"'....wi.l.. ", eaerr-ar. nr+lrwnutestertrduorlbing u-W.? i! -0 \f> BfDavs .,
his observations and dealing particularly with the political ., rtk: c.e..; t ttl205.ndl207Arf.C. ,
lift of countries visited. ", .;- : ... A decisionof; some,Importance' to or betwt 12 iod 1311. Sts. .
;. These letters will be published In The Commoner:and those who ganised labor was handed down by Superior Box 275
desire to read every one of these letters',should, ,lose,no time.In subscribing .- Court lodge Gary of Chicago rte;I IeeDtJ7 ,
for Mr..Bryan's paper. Th* substance of the decision I to. k .

,Th Commoner Is issued'weekly. and the subscription price i Is Is u follows: If a union tells a"contractor For ficture frames.. mould. On Short or Long Time j
tlM yean';By.special'arrangements with w.are' that Its member will not,work: ing class! of
enabled So offer for a short time only the Commoner and the Miami with a nfffuml-Mi man, and If .. a re- a high l"' ,1-- )
t Weekly Metropolis one year, both for $2.00 when. paid In sdvsnne, sun the nonunion man,Is dischargedand Casyj'jPaymentsDade ( FRED '
'or w.wiHseofl Tb Commoner sad the' Miami Dally Metropolis for la unable to secure employment on fancy work made byi RUTTER \ oJ
for*11.00,-the recwlar,price of.the Daily, i I ..
Yekopolia.bon.address account;:1;the .attitude of ,the union General Contractor.Grading. 1
l'iIS toward :'tbe union la not liable for .
,Address.U orders to KM r>Wk l(4.W.t Hr.' damages td tb. nonunion man.:. In the x : \ .

r ease deddil the. nonunlonlst- sued. for Mrs James R Scott Q>>. Security Go. BlastlrtfftWlla Drilled Sidewalkan

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I HOTEL ARRIVALS I f Miami Conservatory 1

1!,. SouthernJ., j. PerkIns'Defies., L: : of Music Notes jAn !Maynard & Son Jewelers

i Ky.; J. R. Campbell. Jacksonville; ,
;,' Cahrles Errlcssan.' Sweden. enthusiastic..meeting of the
{ EvergladeBurt Dudley.NewYork; Conservatory Dramatic Club was .
4 S. H. Gllliland. Mrs. S. H. Gllllland held. A regular course of study win e I
I Philadelphia: C. M. Barton. Jackson- be entered upon next Tuesday even
I vile; J, H.: Cheatham city;' Fred JThuson ing. Several new plays are also expected :
"St. 1.oullH.. Cameeseand to be decided upon in the near
. wife Chattanooga Tenn. future. I
I ,! Ideal Gifts for Christmas 1 1J
r ,San 'Carlos Dr. T. S. Kennedy The p'ay. "American Fascination"
I Ft. Lauderdale;. Mr., and Mrs. J. L.F to be produced January 5, promisesto ,
Panll. Plttsburg JW Mayfleld.Ne\\
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be as great a success as was '

L" York James; J.L. W.Earman Douglass Jacksonville.Jacksonville; izona.Miss" Rosebud Girtman was missed: J I In! all their richness and beauty at prices that never have been known in this J

! Blscayne Edward Morgan, lou'.s-! from the piano class, owing to Illness, 1 city. We buy direct from the manufacturer and save you the mIddleman profit J
i 1. tile Ky.; Mr. Tf nd Mrs. Heims, Jack- to the regret of her friends. '
R I. onvUleSl >K Copeland; H. C. At. Edith Dann absent from
Miss was
! kins: Atlanta:' R. E. Hall city; Wm. '
kladergartenbroU&'h illness
i!t H. Didgood. Richmond:; R..,S. Cutch- -the ,musical which we hope win prove short j Diamonds Watches and Silverwear 1
eD and wlfe.Chicago; Fred 8.fone. his ,
i Master Jeff Gantler began piano

I i: JIM city;.WALKER J.J. Fltimoler, Iowa. studies and Is a promising pupil. 1 i Rich Jewelry_ and Art Goods. Fine CutGlass and hand-painted <;.ttina a

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HANGED. ATLANTA Rooms to Rent -Call at 121 Tenth
.: Atlanta,'Dec. 8- The. first legal execution .' Choicest and most beautiful patterns ot high grade wares I
: street. J which consist bf latest creations and exclusive desdesign.-
f Mail Orders This Store
for criminal-assault In tie hls4 eatthe
Quality the and in every honest comparison we ,
[ torjr of Fulton county; look place this FOR SALE ,p always get the;credit of being the lowest priced house in oar :
I f: Boning when Jim'Walker was hang are promptly filled. line. The prices are irresistable. In fact they spell economy the frugal shoppe ."
'f, ed for .assaulting MrS: Alice Moore. : All goods purchasin its truest form. Don't delay! Make your purchase earl,. buying headquart- .
Walker,had r confessed his crime. : ed from us engrav- We WILL PUT THEM AWAY UNTIL.YOUWANT THEM ers fairly bristles
Five acre In Cocoanut Grove Tillage
'q ed Free of Charge with Big Bargains.
'f F, M." WITTE HANDSIN about one-half mile from depot i Next to Postoffice Miami, Florida ,
,;" RESIGNATION and same, from bay; cleared ant se. j. -
Berlin.; Dt>c.;;8-A ditpatch to the ,
to orange, grapefruit mango and .Alligator
:, Tapblatl from St. Petersburg dated ii j1 I
pear trees. Some bore ibis f
yesterday says that Premier WItte has -
.: given his resignation to the'Emporer, rear Apply to W. 'E.: Allsbrook. _
t: who refused to accept It: Cocoanut,Grove. 'Fla. ".s
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{;. :.,;.uJ't.,-, !will be made: easy if you do your buying at our store. Our stock .is larger, ,

I ,J ::,. ;now than ever before i in our, history and styles designs, fashions. ,: ,etc. are

\ <, ,: ";'-::.., '"' last You will find well
UI .) [superior to'. year. our goods displayed in show cases

I jpn;: tables, shelves. racks;

'iii,>, \ # all Goods are' marked in Plain Figures
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I t Jl: Our famous A'lfred. Arnold Constable -= ;

j" :' & Co.
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$: Ii and fine hosiery. >
11 'Snelle berg Oothing I for ladles children rand

men. Above
F'I F:made in the new 1906 style. Coats house is one of the
longer than last year, concave.shoulders. largest importers. in
(I':'Trousers full hip small at :bottom. Double '
.p : breasted coats will be worn more this America and their goods have I,more.- n'style) snap and .

.IPO: ny;:':''.f.t1._"':. .'._,".."."jfA7Y'.'...'..''M'T'''.'!-., TIW&..'a.;;,c..,. ......;:.I..:..;.t"..:.;,.,";....:.:...;.!.......,.;.......-..;....>.:.-..::(...:.:.L..:.:......:.:."i...:..::.:;....: :t!'!';;year select than and neater everbefore., designs Our than stock ever before more 1 wear mercerized to them cotton of any pure In silk our and experience.mosambique: Big line effects.in ;

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k.'I'M r. -' tAe CUa UoaU of FuHo tf" 'farm.'."iv :(fu:".? !" Prices. :$12, I ;! $15 $18 and $20'I I j Price 50 cents to $.S.oO per pair.

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1 i t.aT.iew'point out new Aotomn mod-- r::( ld's'Shirt i Waists Christmas
FROM :; Mothers r ie Neckwear
: Knothe's
tam! "Dorotby SJotU" Sboa, arc rtrifctogfy ",.::_ : ,Prices Belts.
'R:1, Jtttracthc. The nor toe-dupes arc ail thud. i:;: end rsbtrts for bogs. .1' .

: some i3 they ate.Taried. 'Tba new 6u1s will please, !:: : ,GOc, 85c, 51.0O. $1.25 ..... r ,. and Suspenders
you. Each fits and balancci to i.nicety',the shoe' irOn
: which it fa shown.gT6t ftnhh, the ihoenulinj,: _fJ$:! ,B.*ft' Bad I Don Brad. bee pasta;the;, : have a world ,wide reputation.'
the Qty arc so wgeesthre Oil;.the'.highest priced, ; best !is die, u..S.. Price',50, cant .* "
The elastic
I.It Gotom made footwear that you will.,besurprised, krc't1 '' in all '.suspenders.

at the moderate, prices. of' .,* :\ ,.::;1: Bogs.?washable. Ram '*....to.Poaget ",. wear.better.. thanjany: : ,other make .
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'' : i-r:: .d'atxr ,. Price $2 'we know oL Alf their beltbuckdes '
i .a;:.; sdk < .aseaW HP z -
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-i $ .00 and $3.50 ::: will. not rust and! 'wear until
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;:* new .on coming. 'fI1ee. :::: 1 "
: Bros. goods have takers

I: Miami! Shoe, Co.No. J' .of the'first honor' at every exposition -
In Europe and America In'the
i = [In white,. neat and We ft that line of neckwear
T .J: 2Z' :i.$,. plain stripes say boldly our is past 25 years. Prices of belts
.'. -, -:- border effects. Such materials the fines collection of neat effects, :shapes '" '
as' Domestic, English long cloth and 'designs In Miami. Ties 'this year are 50 cents to ,$2.00
-- and mercerized cotton made with. much wider than ever before 2% Inchjbeing "
'. and without collars;. ,Price night very stable and 3 inch for dead swell wear. *Prlcesor' suspendersshirts
Write'noW' 50 'cents'to'l.50. Price'r

Silver 1228' .for. 0 par. new'" pajamas $1.25"to$6.00., rlc .rom 50c to, $2.00. _'SOt, s to :,$4.00_

Moanled GaI4Jtl

pincushion'45c over page 100 il-' Christmas: Royal!] PalmShirts

InstratingDiamonds Bed. Room i .
," .Slippers for fine dress wear fast :

Watches_ in every style and .h pe colors ,and tailored so : ,
in black and tan.Ia they fit. Price $200 and ; ,
Jewelry all size and all widths $150.
Dongola slippers$*.50 Majestic shirts.$1.25. i
to$:Z.0l". ;
pocks | '
Genuine Alligator for51.50 and$.SO. Others: ,, ,

Silverware, Holiday 250." Kid Romeo.j 'i
I.W 75c.
J Fret $1 5oc
Novelties., (Cut) .Glass 00 I .. .

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Edwin Knox' and Stetson fine ot( Men. and
4 Ysr Nt.e M ssr 1 Ik17. Clapp$6and$78hoc. boys sweaters. Trunks .nit cases, tele- '
Diamond Brand'shoen, $5. hats price$5.00 all sizes and colon price scopes.: baWalk0er''shoes' rs etc. Price. of
Ycung' Bros felt hats at $1.25 to $4.00 -
QsfacllM Goarantetd. Mal orders refaire, prs pt and caref", atteaUoa I $3..50.and $3.00 and $3.50Freeman Men bath robe in beautiful trunks$3.50 to$20,00
$4"0u .. ;.., .
Bro* hats. 1.50 weave 3.50 and 55.00Krippeadorf' Suit .
: ladies", shoes 2.00 and$2.50: f Men. underwear in cotton ca toe"0$15.00
and oxford.*..S3 00 to S5.00 Caps in all st le..5 enleaf & Co.JewelersCandlSiKcrsmilhs ?
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i We are Now Ready to Furnish OHloe'Phonesb |H.| ffl. KINO R sldenoe 'PhoneI68 "f a

:: T ribu-tne, Snell Undertaker and .t Embalmer 9 W.' F. MILLER --,

: and other 13OO AVENUE i
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RESIDENCE 218 7th STREET 25'I 413 12 SrRE. T a
makes of .rr
: BicyclesThe -

Wanted Clean cotton ages at the :

[ personal Jf_ # Jjofl1 Metropolis.office. Send us Your Orders .for "

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Blanton A Son Furnftu Shop Sodas
I GingerAle
Claude Krager of New York.Is clerk.: Rer';|<. D. Lowe has gone to Ocalato When you hare broken furniture, saCURE THE -alT.

it the Everglade for the winter.. I I. attejij the conference and It ls the chairs''' without bottoms m irowg that
andSeltzer rfgan wtthla react visa abort ssV 1
1 i popular|wish that he be returned to need replating., in fact anything In the ; .
Better have ome or tv good sassM
bicycles and other Best table board II per week. Lewis' j the. parish In this city. furniture line that needs] repairing,
I than a doses of interior pamy.
Restaurant 61J Menus D. can at our shop, No. 1009 Avenne; D. Water
goods are the best standardgoodsonthemarket- Havana tobacco may be hlh I.**** 4
Wanted A nice auxiliary gu and RED '
bat that does not
o prsvsat 'M KtvkQ '!
A nice home. $500 down: balance sail yacht See na Quick. Beck Wilson '
entertainmenannounce. our customers egoe'eat
Hartford and other Tires.125 I per month. Beck.wu.on'A Hnd- ..t1juddeaton.: The for
',Qeston.BROS8IER. tonight has been until HAVANA FILLER FOR B CBNT 1
postpones, next
Coaster Brakes fitted to old I. Nothing more healthy) '
The Norma Martinez mats A \tf71P
WaritfttPlatform scales. Address Thursday night when Miss Rlckards and invigorating than

wheels. .All work guaranteed means Safe Investments P. O.iSox: (63. MIamL I 11'111e assisted by Miss llcCullough pure sodas., Our syrups rood smoke,'having' Us tan i easma r

Best 'new wheels for rent tter.d88ICR. I. of the primary,department land one of bottles are new pure and and clean.our I the best ,lest, J

Mr. H. 8. Morley. of BalJwlnvllle the best entertainments of]the seasonIs )
means Safe Investments Mail orders will ref HAYES -
Street Mass, arrived In the city yesterday assured The entertainments gir- .
r ::231 12th ,Blue Front a Ii cei, ve prompt attention, 4
and is visiting with Mr. anj Mrs. O. en by the public school In the past I CIGAR MAN ,
Fresh'! always hand at Keller with Tilt. J
D. Sawin on 7th street '0 .-eggs have always ben popular the people -

'(Carroll; & ClarkBurkhart. .Meter, Grocery. Co., 1314 Avenue and a crowded house Is expected. OPPOSITE, HOTEL'BISCATN* i

List an your property with us. U Oil; Phone! 33.: Reserved seat at 35 cents|wlll be,put

you want it sold Beck. Wilson ft I on kale .at the Blacayne prog store, Acme,Bottling

Knddleston.BR08SIER. I ForLSaleAt a bargitn one. rice corner Avenue D and I2th,street next Works F. C. Brossier&Soll J k

bon cale, two revo'vinp: cloak anl Tuesday. General admission 25 cents. :

7, means REAL ESTATE. skirt fa"fci.. six roll paper cutters W.M. Opening Postponed 'Street. West of Ice Factory. 31

Burdlne.Askfarnn.nre.- Successors to G. C. Carroll
Java Anna Rods public stenographer t STEAMER ADRIFT -

Expert'Repairing office at F. C::. Brassier ,ft Son, dea'ers to show yon WITH 1000 ME ABOARD SENATOR MITCHELL The Homeseeker's s Agent

:!' Arcane C between 12th and 13th St.The 1200 J.! Avenue D. corner 12th *t the Miami made sponge mattresses, .OF MAINE, DEAD _

,." plllowl and. cushions ";.. .1 '.
"' Chcfoo, Dee. 8 Japes ese officers "
Ten thousand grapefruit trees ready i rnJl.! Portland, Dec. 8- Early this morning -

:- OaksCorner for'planting at Tower's Nursery,one BROSSIER, means REAL ESTATE. who have arrived here In''a life boat the physicians at the' bedside of .r '\ .II

mile west of Cocoanut Grove R. R. m I report that the transport.. Insen.whlch Senator Mitchell were administering ';;
'' Station. Prices reasonable Comfortable four room cottage, fur1 1 left Dalny for Japan two days agowlth I saline solution with increasing fre Rand ever these properties and If ye. :

t -- nlsheifor# $40 a month.' J. H. Tat one thousand troops and tt ee hundred !quency. The senator is not expectedto want more particulars write M. W* \'

13th Street BRO8SIER means Safe Investments tam jt Co. ,, I I to live. te'inswsr .
horses aboard, broke her propellers are always glad Utterm. .
II I At 8 o'clock Senator :Mitchell was. )
: and Avenue B when out only a short Urn and is now to all intents and purposes dead. Life You will find In this column something -

:. Ewell Pope and Earnest Bnrch have Thel'receptlon, anj formal opening wH be sent to I of InterestHere
adrift. A
I : man-o-war clung to him tenaciously after dissolution ..
". Just returned from 'a three days' outIng of the:"flnneapolls will be postponed .,. .-
I vessel. set In 3 o'clock. Mortification ";;1 1ro'
the helpless at
( Facing Royal Palm Park at Bears' Cut They made the trip a few jjays, though the house Is now rescue :! first manifested Itself In the .extremi ;. ...."" '1

In Capt Burch's launch Sallie. reaJy'for| guests. Mrs. Russell pro "-
fr prtet is, Is sufficient guarantee, to Its ROOSEVELT BUYS A ties. .t
; Open Dec. 1st. Is a splendid< property at:a *.
: patrotUj She has for years been the PAIR OF BOX "PURPS"New "
We pay taxes collect rents'an J Insure very low1' prlce$3. 00, 2 story, alasrooms i
succesfnl. head of the Russell Coffee To Cure a,Cold In One Day
property for non- residents We upper and lower verandas act. ;
N. B. MacGriff Prop. Hous iat Minneapolis, Minn. 8 4 President Take Laxative Bromo Quinine I|Tablets' .
are responsible. Beck. Wilson tHud Haven Dec., round the entire house. All 5nWW .,

.Heston. t Roosevelt,,it is said has bought Edge- All druggists refund the money if ft Inside and: out A full also lot.North wen'j '.
The'-tbei! Investment OQ.rat Isearth'tiself. falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature C. '
wood Seymour and Edgewood Ringmaster -,
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We sell It dirt cheap.
Is each box. 15 cents
Wanted Clean cotton rap at the J.V HJifatnm! ft: Cove real estate Trls- two of the best[bun tensor I on .. "- _, An elegant home at Boyntoa. Overlooking .-, ;

Ed. 'MOfFAT'SDairylunGh Metropolis office. sen bnlldteg. e dogs of the F. F., Dolesttlg string in' the ocean; close to tie raO-

iIiKeitn his city. The prices paid, for thedogs G. A. WorleyAttorney road depot hotels, etc. Then to

Mr. and Mrs. M. Shanahaa and family ft Lasseter Grocery Co. sueeessorirto flSO each. I 11 M acres,an wen Improved wit* .

of Qarnd Rapids Mien.,have returned : Wilson-ft Flye, 1314 Ave. were J II' fraiUowers.shrnbbery and tan wttfc

k, for' their accustomed.winter's Do will call for your order and deliver EXPOSUREr MIAMI at Law rooms, verandas, :ete. with several .
sojourn In this city. They were preceded Koodskpromptly Phone'33.: AN
; a-well finished. w7.reald. .af fi
,f by Messrs. Emmet and Ray, BUSINESS MAN 310X Twelfth St. Miami, Florida out bnldlnga. Water tank etc, wCX
Everything' new. 'including ghanahu several days ago.Breealer 44 Miami by etooetooea bile. Lof- t.e sell or exchange for Miami property*.

I .. toe 6.'; ;:tatc. opposite postafflee. bays To make an apology to public is Mrs. P. G. ,Obencfuin Ten acres fruit land unimproved t: :

the bu ildln making the wants to list your propertyTeveral aa vp-to-date ear for hire.Mrs. r The.'Word.. miles from Miami P. O. on the famoosv .'
., a very hard thing to (Formerly of.Miamchasing ]! ;
'I I Orange Glade rock: roaj. ThJ ,Is'J .
Jo not seem,.to'. form themselves to .
cleanest, and 'ne iesfdIRg .tickets -Cincinnati'... for Mr and .'U T. Goodwin recently wish. Agent' the great orange and craP trait sec,
'' word as soft as 1 could aa.ll tion. Price :'
stopping? at the Rutherford House, 1800.
sale.very cheap Good,Tuesdays '
room Iii'the city. 1 rrtda,... Inquire ?Room 8, Both building. are nOw comfortably located In' their not try to soften It | 6146 Lexington Are., Chicago, 111, Here 1i la a splendid home fnrit aad

., cottagej" on 8th street 'their' :winter I came to Miami three rears ago a truck farm of 125 acres about 2,009s

AN .IDEAL PLACE home3l, stranger Mr. Nelson needed an un Shopping of description, bearing fruit trees of' an varieties aadt
2 acres pineapples bearing. A weir
Rr FOR LADIES For Sale Houseboat and. launch. dertaker, and I took that position. free. My commission paid by merchants built 7-room and'
Box 633. A standing desk with pigeon holes When there was nothing to 1 do in that with whom I deal. Person dwelling:
for siili cheap. Inquire at Hudson ally select and buy cheaper than for laborers.This line property Is CIa
Not Connected with a f saioen CydejCo; 1012 Avenue D.' department I wu'to help In the fur- you from toys tofuruitllre.'HoJiday I the famous Key Largo. 30 miles south'

i A recent letter from Miss Kate Co-! niture store u I knew n< thing about e1fe prompt attention. of Miami on the extension of he' P.

K Buttermilk ever day at;"". yer.-who has numerous friends In this Wanted K -,By a graduate, of. music.class furniture I male it a rale to make Estimates cheerfully given. E. C. ,Railway. Price for a short tin' .:.. "

5c,a':'gloss.: Light' re- city. states that she his been enjoyingthe ,!instrumental, terms $5 per the goods 1 put''together look better $6,000.; < i
summer at her home at BntlerMo. A ten acre Improved home 1-'
during .4 I
fresbaeats served' University of mont Apply 'tat Mrs. Joseph Ca- than those of our compel! ors. I wanted '"' ;IN r, ,OJ
batntendi"enterlngtn house
250 fruit ;
I aQ..' boars.' noft /;;opposite'227 ttJi''!streetMon- TELEPHONESEVERYWHERE: : : room ; trees' .
several to wait the few ladles who
Missouri In January to take np on bearing. One mile west of Iesoi
day between 2 and 4 pjn. ,
spelal,'cO nes. It.was a iiuree'of found faut with everythlngso I might : : I City C miles,from
.. 3rd door'cut of Avenue D on 13th much regret to,aQ that'she did not IiiJ' that fault I rock road._ Price; $800.FIvo .
Clans lsr preparing to make a remedy Your Doctor'Your
v street Maim'Via. this winter Santa
Prmtt.BlIi1diDa' return to Miami ; Lawyer acres choice glade land car
big display of toys and holiday goodsat It was not long before Mr. Nelson Your Traaea-peoDle
Your Friends mile north of Allapattah school howl
rw V V Smith's 1 Book Store., allowed me to manage th< store wh'.le' All Have Them, b en-l lit cultivation. Price $100; very: '

I; J he 'attended to the buying and the cheap. i
Mr.fjmd I
; Mrs. F. E. Brlggs. of Port- finance. When he" went i orth a'year .A big thing for aa Investor- IS* '
ilis. fand)1feare! expected toarrive, In lots in solid block at :
Magazine? an{a half ago he left th; business in a OoepaaafOroT 4
--- the city tonight,. 'HavingVeojd} their city rates.are low. Price or. application., .
coitate my,care and it was with tfrtde j that after
ne .on Avenue A? they ... Let us show yon our teaacis) lotav.
"' rrtrmta Bui PtUMM. .It'1?fUS .
; makethetr home for a short time with three months absence I could show Puss lUnMMC. no .
Cosmopolitan [ ** .n'l" unimproved.' of 90ant cue ths '
south >-
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-,' I t'i It 't+ 'J J. Mr. aU Mrs O, ;D.<8awln"on Seventh Che largest business the store ever main county rock road. .

Hiime.iC: mPaii1onl street:i The; people of Miami will, be lads When he sold 'oat 1 I purchasedthe ,MIAMI TELEPHONE: ft A good .Hoom' house aced lot foe.
!IDCAll n$ glad fc,.i: welcome Mr. and..Mrs. Briggs undertaking department and con- TELEGRAPH CO. 1500 cash. A bargain.r ;
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I three 'Cftl? above magazines: for"ones year,f ir' t timed to work for his until 32 IK 2th St. Miami. Florida Offices: 1200. # Anne D i

; 'SoW wanted. Call at thisOmce.l !8',opened this stock last]June. Ton E.A. FRISSCLL,P_. Uptown office 214 P
; I 3!; ,Only:2,00.., We have.other,combination porter Ii ',' '. y, _IIC ,4
know in my dealing with: yon la the ;
offers -
any.agency.rr -
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1.%,, our &14r ; .J TO THE_PUBLIC, every promise I have mad i to* 700.* Miami Conscrvato ry: of Music

Now we are, In our own store :land ;

:Sml hs 6 IiSi Please do not ask the laundry credit driver working for ourselves I want, to apol- 225'Twelfth.SlPrankCn reel: 't
ore fof'credlt. as we do not do a '

bushels and we expect the driver to oglte for my mistakes and,assure loa I 'Grfcman Busl J. re toi. ';

brlttg"!ln'the money for all the packages I am more than anxious to serve yon'
European trained facultr. An artist in charge of each depart-- :
... -- -- !jlhat he takes out. If.he, ,falls aa you desire and will Wke every ment. Piano, Pipe Organ, Voice Violin. Mandolin,Elocs '

to gei the !money tor'.la1ll1drf he,will endeavor to see you'are perfectly satisfied tion Physical Culture, French, Germany :a and S aaiah.. Harmo-. {
4 The above'can be sent to;:different addressesand huefj9 pay'for-it himself. There Ja and History of.',Music Classes Bui rrow's KiadcrKai tea and, :
a; with We wan< tra :
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make; nice Christinas presents. ,. tore,[do not expect him to ,leave the 0 ? Primary Music Classes; :: j,' :::: Send for catalogue '

package without,the money. and I

Miami.Steam Laundry. WE WANT YOUR MONEY. Diplomas Granted Up on Graduation0 ..

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", AfUr. every rain tha streets of Miami I
r : j||to more or less slippery but the w-J Bui-di.n. r

L Town TopicsDellle J continued dayajiave showers made them of the more-so last: several thaaevera'nJ 1H: s i .

,: It has been no infrequent oo
currbnpe for people to make a suldeuIn siei .S1a Twelfth Street

-. In the mud. This morningthe '
J ttodltlons were worse than ever i .
DUI Dally City Marshal) III 1
The coasting schooner Dellie Is dm City Marshal n who hag been and lijjere were numerous fall-downs. Sofa :
of pedestrians! and bicyclists In crossing Sal of :
In port every day now with passengersand suffering: for some time with a severo .
freight from Key West. cold, is now confined to his tome with and going down streets.. There tWUxn.brellas -
was |tj i art or system about It And fora I for
the same but hopes to be out againat 1
vet-libation of the fact respectfi&ly "
you are
Mattress buyers should mrestigate an early date. and arasols Xmas Gs
referred to E. A. Perry.who
the merit of the "Miami Dream"
can'ttfll! bow he did, though he did I
pong* mattress. A new 20th Century cash register; called We received lot of sofa
f It jusVjthe same. Attention is to our complete line of have just a new
accurate for sale .O
guaranteed ; at $ '
'1IROISlER-wtll'cOtlect your rents. Burdine'& Quarterman. i :Umbrellas and 'arsols for Holiday Pres- pillows'. In tapestry satin:-and velpiir. .

.. -. For";fent Modern apartments 'ents.including all the newest designs Beautiful designs and will make an Ideal..

Cam Up From Ky Moving Picture Exhibition I Dished{ jor unfurnished. In the new Fln- and novelties. Prices $1.25 to $10 Christmas gift. Prices c65c.to $2.50
,The steamer Biscayne came up from A moving picture exhibition lllnstraUng 'ey bijk. Apply on premises or to P -. -" ,-
the keys this morning and will return battles beween the Japaneseand any real estate dealer.

tomorrow morning with prorlslons Russians the same.for the benefit Blarlk
extension ets Bed ClothesWe :
for the railroad
and supplies- of the Miami Library will be siren BRSIER will collect your rents ,

..'. camps. at the Fair building tomorrow and 1 .
i Monday night beginning at:8 o'clock.: : The;;First National Bank of Miami l are now having a sale of a new lot of ..
Doat give $1 for a feather pillow In of and :
| $50,000
The entertainment will be given by has s eapltal paid
vfcea 11 win pay for'a sponge' .pillow' ,. Mr. E. M. Peterson and Is said to be in three years of 1U existence has Blankets, Cl mfortables, Bed Spreads, Linen Sheets,.and Pillow .CasesMQ32's
wak*'U better.. I 1
Interesting and Instructive. Admission tecnrduiated a surplus of $11,000 ad-
15 and 25 cents. dltloniUl! as a special safeguard utaad- '
Veils A Weiss Kerosene1engine, lug between'every depositor and any
C..,.. Barer been. used for sal* at Consult Madame Amae she will .possible; loss. Total resources $3110,. : 51108. '
much less,tliaa first cost'' Apply atM
000. e01paid, on savings.
.* I' ten yon how to be successful in t per .
trpolia ones
-' health. business lore, courtship mar Gun :Metal Calf
rlage and an affairs of, life. .U yon Furbished! Rooms $S per week. Lew : '
T. Keep the Peace i '
B.; 8. Cunningham,,.whit* was" before : are she win In need help of you.Information 905 Avenue or, advice B. .is' Restaurant, 610 Avenue D. We have just received a lot, of the latest styles, gunmetal\ calf shoes from .

n tice B1U yesterday. afternoon on M II FOR SALE Keith & Pratt Manufacturing' Company. Prices from-; $3.50to$4.00) .
peace pro cuap and was placed under "
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Have Me ed Offices I I / "
a bond of 1100 to keep. the peace.
.for'one year.. : The omces of the East Coast Electric Orape!:rult grove one mile north ofOocoatild ..

'_ ,_ I Light and Water plants Dr. J. i Grove on rock road (back).! '
tiroal.r'rnn. to. list.your,, property i N. UcGonlgle.'superintendent which leading to V1" 1. I 1 JSTeokt es' ,,
hare been temporarily the once:of Tens im'rock' house on Cocoanut .
Some beaatttai nw;style of typ. the Royal Palm Hotel hare been moat Grove..
j for wedding farltatlons: eafllng cards, ed to the rooms In the,Sewell block ,
annottncensenta,:eta, baTe!,. bear recently vacated by Patterson:ft Er-: Bay; |nacres of land some bearing .
Be"KetropoUa' wln. lawyers. The offices will be fitted fruit trees Water front with dock .
reeelTed,at ofllce. U W4 -
1 'yes j desire any work'of this kind eel .thoroughly In i every manner for Four aid one-half miles from' Miami lMen.'s: Shirt: .
J n'and"let' naboveyoaOmetIIfa/ convenience and the, transaction of For particulars;apply to A. K. Dearborn .
{i titles ,i' ,'. b1 aiD... r 1 .*clerk's&"t office, Miami Come and see ofcr new stock of Cluett's Coat Shirts.: Prices $1.00 to $2.00

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B.' P..' W..to Mad -1oj' Bargain' LaunchesOne Flne;bjuslness lot for 2000. worth ..
'l'he.Board'ofhbllc.Works 25-foot 'lbe 3. B. Tatum & Co.Brossler "
-Open launch,wlih,canvas double price. T
I In regular weekly session'tonight.at I. 'a.apS' "
portable awning, 1904 pattern i
council chamber..Besides matters to list "
of routine"it I Is''said the board 5 h.Also p. Buffalo motor flo* condition. your propertyClem I Yachting and aytomobile caps. All styles I in I leather and cloth. 35c 'to- ''$2.00I
a 30-foot practically new-and |
will elect peramnent 1t Thereare '
a seretary. I ,
very fast)launch with 16-20 h.. Au
several applicants! for die position. p. ]colon .rags.wanted at tee
tocar 1905 motor. Metropolis office.

.wanted ;, BotS"or either for sale very cheap. :I.eD1eD1: are :QT_.:reline oarrtesarun line
Clean Cotten Rags at- the
Inquire;of J. R: Donnelly Clarke estate Best jpcated furnished house In the '
office. lorGentsrurxus'l'iJngs
Metropolis I : :
Palm Beach,Fla.. or Box 356. Ml*, city atE50 for:.the ,season.. J.. H. .
: amt.Fla.. Tatum A'Co. ligen.t"fciz Soi-osls and Stetson ,Shoes I TJl
A,new 20ti Century,cash ; -
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xnaranteed accurate for:sale at $40 -
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Bur dine,ft ,
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New Auto Coming ._ WELLS:& ;GRJfvES March Villa March Villa
Lofton ft Elnlg. machinists. and bicycle -; I .' .
dealers' who will operate an-'an- Are prepared to exeeu :215 Thirteenth St. I Ill 9th-St.' :'- ...
tomobDe line between ths city and orders i in their M {
West Palm Beach the coming season, ..
are expecting dally, three large Reo ', Millinery DepartmentDesigners Open OctoberISth Open December letHOTEL '

touring cars.whichwith. otherma* .
,chines will be used on the route.'These of the latest Fall f yy le. hats SERVICEDistilled ; '
care are considered among the finest in silk.'dark straw and)ligh-
f made ,,snbstantlaJ. speedy,and ar ., !' j weight,materials! water for Drinking, Jf MRS..W. E. cif ARCH. Prop

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.! '.". ,lROSERII- .WIN. .collect- 'your, 'rente..' 1 Ladies i Tailoring DepartmentFor 67.Solid

To rent-For the season I9roomboardlntf : street The RuthWtftffd2239th :
; carriage and evening"costumes: -
boose' centrally located tnfine waists tailor and coats after
gowns .. ,
;} running order,'with nine! lone sear .tbe latest imported models Com fort = ? .
Stree Ll.
son Pelts'lOW' In ''the>house Ill .I ,. .., |. ,
health cause of renting. Rental bond 232 Twelfth ,Street Miami ,
l'ent' '
j required./ Parties with small children a .- ....:.... _- 'U!;\ from the jstart, excel Now Open for Boarders

,need not apply. Inquire at this omce .. -,, -. service to' the finish Is
.. suit or trousers made t, ; '.,
by John Sewell & $ro. .
p .. *, Beautiful fabrics fine' .: .' ** -- I '*

'II workmanship ;a $er- THE CAU: TI li'] A ACer.

I" feet, tguar t .
your'suit made d.Htv.e ..n...C sad Math inset ,,-. ;
.From now on until Christmas Ve'\Vt_ "II strIctrattention
} .. PIt{ John Sewellro.. Light and airy Rooms. Polite prompt Service

1 s 'to.'. the '. .Miam '.-Foremost".lothler.. _Mrs. t. N. Feaster:Prop.
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'::,' : : .' {; : : III SM BISCAYNI HOTEL,BLOCK

: : Mark'sljOyster: r&lCh9P' House f fSeas
Holl&ay: : : i
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: ,-S Fln. i m ,-. MiamISteam : Food| Our"Specialty i

f Jo :r I, .Oysters bj.pbite.. quart or ga Ion.

: Wehav=. :, e most ,complete! line in the Laundry Merle,- served at'till hours.41012th' .Street: Miami,'Florid .'

i / d:1nsPitt' I ..,

,; .,<} ly D think now wedo" ;} no want ; Makes a.S pedilfy.of : 1 i" / Corner.. C Tentte B aii HtiStreetIf 5t' j
,; : THE : 1 .
'w' other trade want 't j G." M tfk & ,; +
: .your ,\ brIng your ; rs.
.. everyTHING i Cleaningand
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-'';'.rto us; you' and knowwe.SELLIT"SELL;; ; EVER"- :' I 1t;;; Dyei"i g" I SANG: ." nw U Qs i

t. ..,.-.. ..- .. CHEAPERSANTA } : "
t 't' Pressing' )
tJ II : I tlpOfi'611i101'Oir' ti50ier'tldru47. I

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T f lb'eoR ket; tqre Laundry. received f In the morning I r.w1b.. ,tK66. $.;.. Mrs. Ihriprassaseseeassssssu 1_
will :bett delivered I the
_. ,same.evening; : der .' ,-. ,....

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: i ; Phone[ 15:::, '808 Avenue. D .
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'The City Loan Office We.Are Old at Tie Business, "J

Opposite the Post Office, Miami, Florida

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t { Hints" for Christmas !II; Having\ fo of r the last 24 Years been handlingReal .

r your,friends are.<< many and your pocket book low, we; are the people;' come tot Estate

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/65et.riI for ladies gents or ( Tfnted .

Ik a 'V ,' : lr children one way; there to get ia on.an in Florida; we feel warn in saying that our experience will te valuable to'' _
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r: .watch Elgin under or Waltham price and eI : thoso coute>n latin investments and we are at all ties pleased to o ." p

that way is open to l :

.gold at our trom stoic.$25'up.Sol4td e' show what we have and to give our opinion.We ;

cages, 10 'and
r. 20 ear, guar. ST.OOnpCHAINS 0 Y L
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t? .

t I have several special targain is loth city and country properties and oar tams are in readiness r

l'If yon are thinking ': at all times to show them -
>! abont chain we hare
"stunning,ones at pri-,

e c ces.that will make 3 lots on 5th street, near Avenue 0,- at $450 each. Less if all taken. Sr '

;you: wonder Solid Gold; W fhanror Fine residence, desin ble location for 14000..' '

Elgin, l4 k,'> ||11 O Ef Another choice'one f 9r> the bargain price-"0113800* j i\R\

Solid'Gold14'kfor' $35'00Waftham : SOLID'XlffGSwithprice COLD ; 525_ 11 s 0 'i Still another new one part cash/balance% in morithly payments for JiSoo. 0 Io' ,!\

or Elgin! 15 jewel Five room house an e:
: ranging I Several magnificent r ver front tots both'in and
at .from 50;,up. Money just outside the city. 0 ,
refunded if satUfacion s o Two of the handsome st lots in the.city, including riparian rights for 13000.
i \ is,not given.. l 1; f
t> fI l 5r A choice business lot on I3th street, a rare bargain at 2500.00.

I L4R RINGS l I We have sold several lots in otir new Bay'View addition, .north of the city and *
y : o have some left ai each '
150,00 only 56 dollars cash, down. t

; V'lUfj fast id ion a, the most Riverside lots are th best investments in the city at'500' dollars each 166
u o.. dollars cash, balance in one and two years J

ate, 'CUFFLINKSOnr'Choice 0' Several choice furnished houses to lease for the season. .:!tr

collection 0. ;
of cufflinks provides '':f

5 an ,extraordinary, op-; .1

,.portnnity y 0o J. H. Tatum & t,17(
,Our' chattelaine and' Company
:dress suit cases, both.
nobby and durable r 1
p justthe thing for .a"
: Xmas gift: also a Ease ... '. f Real Estate '
J x a collection of albums ." ',1ft ; : I
'20 year case Guaranteed and dressing table' 10.year case; good: 'ArericanN '
'aet.'yoa rest assured ;>
good Amr movem't, $850? will mar satisfy any: .movement- icr.S7.00 Rooms 89 ) and 1O, Frissell Building Ii

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CITY ORDINANCEAn same and" a substantial- statement'or mend made and entered iinsaall

! $iley&Horner ordinance, establishing a'municipal ... the offense"chargedjEJ I 1 which:.said affidavit be of like force and effect by aa If mao LIBRARIA IN SESSION .
shall be i
jttied by the mute.Judge"oi' by tie municipal, judge. II

t ;courtLaan4fortbe':naming the offlcefs of city said of'Court MIami a Ipal.part Of the_;record city |erlC W the aid sties,shall be I i Sec. 8 At,the trial of'any person AT' ATLANTA-GEdR. ( before the munlclpal'court t&e'accus .
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and prescribing'; : "
1 Jurisdiction"and *PS
J ,Sec. 5.. .:bill b?|: u of theclerk ed shaH be duly arraigned, allowed .
: powers: and i
i :Jt : '
:,, / of. municipal Bullard for $78, Iota 18 and W, t' ...."", f" "
,,1 B e It ordainedYbythe .Council attend to plead to the affidavit; If the asc
: : 29. Prow's FROM
all.terms of court, t| keep a J'eClWI.ofan cared refugee to'plead plea of sea SOUTHERN STATMTO -.
the a
of of lUaml !
jaor : of
... _. .. Jrew mortgage Mrs L.I. .
'--'--" trials and **
ilitctbi ;C A municipal' court; i Issue prsceedtugs,therein; to gUt' shall' be catered far aim, and to Wm. Melton. PROMOTE'CO0Pt1U1T10NAnd
Bargains; hereby created and established la and process to conipel h'.ttend ce the trial proceed. The accused mar
deed Norah BraddocK
court shall have. exclusive of wltnnses.to takelaffltevlts' charg- be letneseated by counsel l. hall hare IL
'i'T""'"' for the city(pf'MlamL',The'annlclpaiJufUdlctlon'of j salet any person or persona with a viola process to compel the attendance ii I to Reed A. Bryan for dollars, lot Uniformity In Sowthtra Uhna.
:t forOne. aH'crlmlnal'caies iris-4 dosief'; Issue '(warrants i.ot ;Direst ;- -Warranty* deed Mary'Brickeir and i Prom
'y. tng Jn the said dtr CIQ account of th upon ,such Judgment"of the court la the manner *.
affldavlts. In the w>m'e .of the mvnieIpafjndge.fnader provided law: 19. B. Brickell to Mrs. S. M. Brad- Eight Different States.
; by
Vfclatlon ; as .
Week : $cltyjbfdlBance' '
.. ftu s
i ock.: for 100. lot 6.
"" fluPseal 31. Fort
L See. 2. :The municipal Judge of the of the corporation ..Se&.lO.' The city marshal, chief of 1 auderdale. .". ....,...
11 city of Miami: shaBib* ;the Judge of : provided, |hat't the event police or any policeman the city of
;,-tf Ii said 'ramddpNieotct-] ;' thef f ttT\dftk of m. sickness, abaatice'or other di IIIbtltT.Of Miami may arrest any person without I Warranty! deed. Mary, BrIckeD and Atlanta, Ga, Dec. "-fa.aaee. eoafcrm-
the elerksocb W. B; Brickell. for $100. lots <<< and 1, .
; 1 shall be the cferk'of said court,' and ; duties may warrant.,,violating any of the c:1ti ordinances ,wlth.aD; |Invitation seat' bat by
block 25. Fort Lauderdale. .
be performed brtbi-|jnnalclpal MlssfAnne
Judge committed la the
the city marshal shall be the chief ex presence Wallace: of the'Caraegle-
ecutive' eject thereof,-provided,..that 'sec.:8.. It shan.b}cube duty of the ''of such officer, anj brine blur/:ber ol: +{.Warranty deed. Susie M. Braddock library of this 'elt". representative

lOne any qualified pdlei"ofBe: Df.the 'city' city;,marshal.,Jo.. :ratttfej alt terms, of them before the municipal court,-an J and husband to Reed A. Bryan, 'for I of: libraries In Alabama, FIorkbL
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tie municipal conrtto! whea". knowledge of the rlolatlon 'of -dollars, lots 6 and 1. block 25.Fort' North Carolina
J'lmiae d Xlaml. may Mn.the process_ 'i obey and execute ... ? Tennessee, Texas
lot Landerdale.ENNSYLVANIA
corner O C; sixe sued oiit of ,aid court"and attend upon all orders of the baUl1lctpal judge any! ordinance? of said,,city.shall come ; Virginia I 'and' Georgiavmet here todaya
the cheapest; the avenue. to Rrol'eiecute t all process of tae to said city marshal, chief of police or .- the CarnegieLibrary"'
t. ". same In the. absence of the citymarthilld'u' : -l. for a two
\ ;fUOO., ', !4 k J iJ't '*-; .. court, and retnm th]f lame when serf.ed policeman, not committed In his presence MONUMENT days'')confereace.

f.Way.- ft-room Doris,'eoraer-lot. one Sec S.. It shall be the,duty.of themnnldpalJudge .to be led.by th C: with all modern convenl--, ; to hold dally terms the record of the card; provided that before the municipal judge or den promote cooperation and uniformity

...:, Price only"$4.000.. Cheap.. !. of the municipal :court stir he: City |'In":tfie event-d the :jilckness, absence against" the person charged with web Vicksburg j III...,,Dec.. 8.-:GovernorPfennypacker ," of methods in the work of the librarians .
boom house oa <'th itreet'near Council Chambers' or such pace. a. lofpther.d'sabrity; .'the'clty''H., marshal yiolaUon. hereupon said ,judge o. of distinguished' part anj to Interest the public In the .
Pennsylvanians arrived here
| bay. Price oft UOO. 'Worth map.hereafter. bep'rorlded' by the.City he'may designate! .anpolIce; officer to clerk! shall issue a warrant for the srrest matter of libraries and Induce then f'
?; t day to take part In the exercises:
attend the
ttwV.thousand:' dollars Couch, for/thV trial of'all personschired'wtth andperform'the duties /K such pel'lOnbut turn event thtran.fer to make. more extensive use of theso.
; the occasion of
'aforesaid o of the
3beviciatlen"dayof! IfiM the trial of such person proceed Besides.. a constJerable: number of librarians h

; ,
ibone 4th v ;; ,
on street, cently Erected
r Pennsylvania
near moujnent'iB
..,:; Price $1.600.. 'the!city 'onIlaa eB. which trial -.shall ; Sec. 7... The ma4Ipai'coart shair; before the municipal: court until the 'I'' I"tEe Natlonal.MllItary: Park and assistants from different i t
*'...Y"?'t' be. without Jury.: (upon the'.conviction coeiene at 10 o'clockj. m., each day prescribed .affidavit shall hare been States.n: parts of the South there are several ,.
!!aty lota on Seventh atreettadeven t made:and. the warrant.Issued and ex t4 the United monument! !prominent
of such person or persons to except Sundays or gal1;:holidays, at librarians from the .
room' on Pennsylvania Place in the
houses with for pose'upon him,. her or them:,aucJt 1m-I which _time. _. all offlceri of the 'court. ecuted. East lad North presentThe \
more. rental Income at pres- arty as may'_be .prodded! _by' such ,beln attendancel I j' 'The trial of Sec;11. All ordinances' and parts ofordinances and will t.e formally dedicated morning sessions of the confeoM;

90.00 snltl per month!. ;Trtce dlnance.9'6e. l. 7. "',. .\,all'personi chargeJ: ;wtth.a! breach or :[ In conflict with the provisions .f.Ud. Vardamaa this of afternoon.Mississippi GOT.and ence :was devoted more particularly: i '

r.term. to municipal Judge shall have :the:"city'ordinances' :ihall thereupon hereof, be I"and 'the"same 'are hereby tq subjects of :. ; ,Interest to V- i -
| 4ew'I-room'house on:Eth street' ; power'to summon -witnesses by. subpoena I proceed In regular order,unless,a coD'tll1uanee : I'I'I 1 repealed;: i; will' .attend the exercises. An brart I;Hbe'' evening.sessions wfllba" > ..
has been
Ished; a good 1 rgsIn... Price_ to l uewarrantj_ for the arrest or tponement-of the same Passe: December 7. A. D., 1905.. program '.preparfor more popular in the. character. of the .'
f : -- H of any'peJ'801IrP;";;'; charged with 'be'grant ed'"by""the-ma: l IPaI Judge for f'* '*t. F: H. Wharton. I e4-- -the occasion.-,-_._' --.-- .. I questions discussed. .. NAt .AI

| |M' lot SevenUurtreet.. near i breadotthtLel; :odtnanre: .f.a .good ia"use'u. shall, ,continue ,}':;; J* President of CttT.CoDl1en.- ; ? I the ....sI01l.todaT' Miss Wallace J.

i B;'&'good tTPplee $ his process shaft,run throughout,the until all cases are disposed of.. The I Attest: Ross? Awnings submitted. an Interesting report of th '.'
ine:lot'.on .12th) street, 'Price city; 'administer oaths; to.Inquire municipal dl Judge shalj.'haye: power to *Jl. R.. Kellum. IUccesa.of the' Library School for ':,!

1000. and examlae tato the truth or falsity punish i;for. 'contempt of court ,to the ii l .c.". City Clerk. ....."- Southern Girls which- was endowed! :

I .' ,th" of any\ciarge'maJe,agalnsi anypw- extent. ;of a fine ot qnb hundred do:. Approved December 8. A. D.. 1905. I by Mr. Carnegie for three years ax
street wWi
qoxy,cottage on ", t .. I '
; ion or persons for the violation of any law or lmprisonmenifai. | the city Jail i r1 John Sewell, I an experiment. The pUrPoof', '
lawn, only $uoo. A fin*
<, bloc>ci-on Avenue" D'.corner, elti.' 'dl 1u e'; to determine"from oe J for.jrte!! \pertod'Jbf;thirty Uays. The ,.: ,:J Mayor.To : 1 school is'to give a year's coarse I* t': t

:income of $lioo per year evidence, the guilt ,or .Innocence .of cost: of prosecution! in'fiald court shall be advetlsed five days before Ine6Ct library training for which; a certificate : r b
; the accused and to do and perform au be the same as'are allowed In the circuit F will be given. The school wasestabiUhej'fn -
.$10,000..1tJ'D.1eJ;: lease :of Ovdon' e } : I y -.-. 6
"' otII.er.cta -necessary' "for the performance .. courts: of._ this State'ro" to be taxed'against 1- ; "the'springfofTthU: : Test
of his duty.. ,. the person. or!Derson* eutde.ed '' and I*: very successful. The.-elan of -
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i see jut what youvfor !. 'arrest" 1 k: LEGAL PAPERS ; '
Sec No .
warrant of .ballbet' wo-
I l .. '4 thla fear consists of ten .:yookg
.la and wffl ?
come we "
sued by the municipal Judge, except Bee; 8.' In caseof Uie absence.alck- tr. >; -
J'O'i'O'r' the city free of charge i Mortgage, Nlcholii Moetamery: et ; ji 31
.upon am.1.ant. made before'said of disqualification
ness of the munle- ,
t .
nber that Miami, U tnmatlng al to.TropicalIHome"lmpro", ment Co. r .. ;
Judge or city dertbyaome.penonor ;; I!ipal1 Judge the inarorj< snail appointsome see the Metropolis before pmt[
.- faster than say ,dty _tn. persons, charging a'certain personor .practicing attorney!residing,in :for'$2.60.. tots \Jt and 11. block: .41. Mlpml your order for fan snnoenes.ss-I Imen.
and we predict that the Mag"wffl ,
'persons whittheviolation'dany'd file city of Miami to |oad|dally terms We have something potty:;.toTO '-V: .
have a population dry' odlnaaea; jrhlch..?affldairl ?ihaD of court.who.,'wfle acting:la'such'ea- I Warranty.deed, Andrew Bullard to S3 JGrove' Are, Port-Richmond.: RlcVmonj'Borough *. a Y
:ten 1f1L state the time the offense was com 1 parity,_shall have aUi-J"the powers" and Kate R, Stlmipe.for $129.85. lots 18 -* N.'N. at) -
[tfyoa think or'1DftItq1I invited the named the PerIOD per.; !' and,If, 29,.Frew's. .. '
.. or perform all the duties.'of uch: mnnlo block; Homestead.. A. W. WELL '- .Wanted Clean cotton at I a., 'i
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Council Proceedings Continued. sense of the council that the body concur Ing a balance of '72841. Collection' ],.

(Continued from firct; pace.) and endorse the same.New deposited since December 1. bring'..

.. 47 Ordlances Passed the total up to $1.544.39. '.
J II superintendent of the tit] cemetery; Ex-City Attorney Atkinson who is monthly bills "!. .
f f.r l amounting to more
John B. Reilly, alderma for four codifying the city ordinances to coir $3.000 again place the
city in em' .
J I years; W. H. Chaille derman for form with the provisions of the new asment for funds with --.
which to west
,two years; J, C. 'GramUn&;. cIty phys- charter presented an ordinance creating the same. ,
Stetson Iclan; F. W. Amason nd C. N. l a municipal court in Miami. Mr. City auditor
Dledlcr fo be pol.lceme their pay Atkinson explained that the charter Information Hnddleston asked fob
relative :
:1. to certain of the;;
L, to come from the F. E. C. Railway provided for a municipal Judgebnt no city funds and to which various
a ,.. for services rendered on the terminal court. nj that It was necessary to prevent counts 'ac-f;
". are to be credited
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dock; C. L. Ruddiest n. city aud.tor complications that such an ordinance The matter "'
: I was finally
:" settled by
.. Ii'W.:i : All of the appoln raents were. be passed at once. The ordinance :oaring the same proceedure as alb

e'. proved IUJ ctofirmedSoldiers y the coun- was read and' adopted as pre- lowed In 'the past to continue unui-fwj
en. sented.
> 1 time aa the new .
city charter,
."'. C r Given Bu al Plot Another ordinance prepared byDr which will, regulate these
.":\' : A petition endorsed by udge A. E. J. M. Jackson. Jr.. T.Skaggs andC. shall have matters;' ;
; been
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e ; Heyser. president! of the CemeteryAssoMaUon L. Huddleston a committee from Mr. Atkinson
I. asked for
: I' ,) was from i the Dade County Medical Association, time
J, j ::: Tige i in which to finish the task of ?
> : AnF.Iatsi derson Camp. recelY1 Confederate prescribing the duties of the city physician Ing l the'clty ordinances, collar.;
and the !..
Veteran, of this or a union and regulating his ..'ary. was was granted
f burial plot for Confederate) and Union presented and passed.In until the next?:regular:{
meeting of
soldiers in the cemetery. The petition presenting the ordinance Dr. The auditor the councIL >,*

The Best Earth;: recelred the hearty support of the Jackson as spokesman said that the chase' such; books was. a Instructed*'he deems to,nee1 pur-i:

on council and It :T.IS unanimously agretl time sad arrived when the duties of eaeary n correctly keeping the city's\:
aza that the second circle In he cemetery the city' physician were such as to require accounts. -
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be given to the considerable -
vetera providing attention; that no A resolution
was adopted
ii, the same Is acceptable to them; if salary had been paid the offlce In the final rePort 'of Charles H.accepting

as i not, any other plot they] may select. the past but that it'was deemed nothing 'aide, ex-city treasurer, and directing Garth
City Sanltatl but right that some remuneration
Sewell 'B rose sole Miami City Sanitary Inspecto Nellaon re- should be paid from now on for incaservices to him Ben turnover: all the city"finances-
agtsTKe the which the HInton. .the newly elected. city: ,
|hrteJ city in good aanltary tea ordinance prescribed treuur r. -
dltton, but urged the necssity of pay at $15 per month. He also 'It "J-
was decided upon recommendaPtlon l'
tic? .on garbage vragonlspecially the tevnsled : pledges to the city the support and of the "
: employed for (his aid of the medical fraternity
of Miami
I | price of lots In the white comet.,
i I I I some time ago belnz tafen off by order at any and all times that 'It shall be $5 each and those la the colored _'
of the This needed and to the cemetery
mayor. up to a give city physician -
$2.M each.
I. ".. \.. dteeussloa of the sanitation of the city whatever ,assistance Is necessary In The. .
J : <;);, and It was shown tha somethingthe maintaining the health of the city. Metropolis felectetf
: :'< ;.f."f .: The matter of selecting a
,r'.' ,..",, .. be done to facllftati the removal Ordinance Discussed official newspaper
\' ':;: ,? as the organ to do..tie city
.t "'" d' '; ..T. of garbage and night soil. One dtl-: Ordinances prescribing penalties for '
I i .. .n".p" ..,. :" son present stated that t\Ye cattle had sending In false are alarms,sleeping prlntiag which has been hinging from 4
s l the first meeting of the.new board 1m
.Ii Ir ::1.i ," ben kllej! in 'he'rear of a certia! in box cars and for passengers beat
t. order that a foil
: membership cool
': I I ">::1, .\\ii!{<.,, butcher shop In the heart of the city tug teamsters oat .of fares, were VUs- rote upon It. was tama'.up and disposed *
< j ;.: within the last month and he wantthe' ed ceased but action on the first two was > .
:: of. Thot three"papers-Morning -'
';.. I i : .;' ', practice abated the matter of deferred while the Teamster's Union News
Evening Record and Miami
1 .. looking after through Mr. presenting'
n.m" : :;; providing for and the Arnold and I UeCropo'ls:: '
fc sanitation of the city finally addressing the council was fequeatel
I ,>, < referred do '
agreeing to the printing
Ic at the
,..'., ,,. ,.. .. ,. .'. .',' :, to the Board of f. ,Work to draft such an ordinance, as they legal rateL.K: : regular .
: ifiH. nominated
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.' f" I Metropolis, and .Mr. Tucker the
'",.'" ..\"' .. ,. ;:: 1 ; h tie position of building !inspector, and .,!council. News. -- 't.
1 ;, the same' The chief of the '
went to the p le of "future fire Cepartment ..

,;;: /.: -\ latest New York (Fad -,.. :;tf; references." asked for another pall man for tin Record A secret two ballot rotes resulted;' Metropolis aa follows six;

.' <- ',.- ,;1'i'ir...-., Memorial End ted chemical team stating that it Is next ;
':.,>. ,, ; :. 1 : .< rotes and News one vote: The Metropolis ....,
i <. ':.,'' <; W. W. Front chairma of the special to Impossible for one'man to.hitch up '
:: ; eGz 1: was then 'declared the official
-- ';1'11 : ,{,,j", ',(ff: river and harbor con mittee of the the horses and take the apparatus ,
''' of .the'clty.
,. organ
1'l\I"-.J..f ;. '"':" :i.11;: ; '.'',., .. ,,,."; ', :IJ., ,". .Board or ;Trade presented a memorial from the station house without as The :
>1> 't< ;' i city: assessment rolls for-W "!!
:; .''..4--q;, ".':r."ib:";i'<"''',!'\;<"t, : .I.:.,''.);',.;. :':"'' I to he President and C< ogress of the sistance. The matter was referred present year"were''Pre8eute4"u. :
i : ;" <.1'': ,; ,. t United Statesnrging an iddltional appropriation to the Board of Public Works which
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; .: ; ; ; -' J" for the com lotion .of the has the fire department under Its supervision. ,
:' < ":,' 11 ::. minor matters and auditing the
:"h!::4": .ij' $5'00. tm
,, ki ;4jW: harbor Improvements in Btscayne Bay
:. ;::'i\-S-! ::( -1 ', f "- rent monthly bOls.! the meeting adjourned -' -
: .' \", ';\:' 'Jf'.5_ ,"J" i' t" '):Ii.r: the same being Intende I for the en City Finances ...

fO-,, ,:..,!_I :: :>" "':""'::;:'.':-'" '..:..t ':.;:,. dorsement of the com ell. A letter The finance committee reported a ,if
<' from Mayor Sewell urging the council treasurer's balance of 1910.19 on

..: :, : t<: < f: 'o .approve of *he m< mortal accompanied hand December 1. with warrants Ladles long ''coat..tirorth, $12. *

: 1 the memorial ajd It was the drawn amounting to 1,183.08, lea v- $9 each only; a few' left. Co

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: : superb collection of A. A. Vantine & Company's im

/. ;; .' ported chinaware,. some band painted in Japanese and

c '. '.. I I .. ..,.. .,:/. ,. Oriental effects. consisting of tea. chocolate and nut
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1' .$:' f M., .',",,"",;',,.H, '<" !! ,'' '..' ,...>"1'-:;.:. .,:'.....'-' boa and salad dishes, bread and butter plates: We'
.d'. 1 ii have a lot of sixty pieces of the genuine HaynesWarewith
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punch pitchers
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,' f in satin lined boxes, toilet sets hat and clothes brushes
.. John B. Stetson # will else !
The ; actyry not sHip any one' '

at ;this ;point t, > 'beware' .of f dealers] ,who show

you(a hat- 'and: ; call it a'Stetson other :' I
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I have a complete assortment ;jpf butter pickle and I

fern dishes soup ladels.) cracker 'jars military' brushes

I btbycups, shaving cups and brushes inkstands puff

John Sewell Bro boxes cake and celery&shes spoon tiays. card cases., /- ,
.8f.. This silverware is quadruple plate and is guaranteed. t

Avoid the rush incident late'Holiday Shopping bye f.

MIAMI, FLORIDA I hL starting early, shop .!leisurly, carefully.and comfortably <,;

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1''. Quality Taken into Consideration I '. "ha. l'e'r is the cheapest to Buy place Your inFlorida Proseuts' \,"

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BJORNSON Many. New Modes .in Gowns' and played so snccescfuily for l an isomeLulae FLORIDA;)LIBRARY
qulnze and ,
Dlreciotre coats.Perhaps .
1' THE NORWEGIAN ,POET ,IS Coats for Afternoon Wear the smartest shade of plum ASSOCIATION' ,
Is called
amethyst and this is shownto
I 73 YEARS OLD TODAY best advantage in pane, radium? __ tWILL
t'a I chiffon and other of the new yelfeU. HOLD ITS
A frequenter!<< of the fashionable salon -radium brafd. Volnted ",wen toback Broadcloth is the fabric par excellence -" MEETINCkIN 'l.=.,-
1 along the rue de la Pats and other for sltra-smut ,
from MIAMIDungy
AND EVE'NT'I' a vest of puffed silk and gowns and It
of Paris lace acknowledges:
if '' soon ( : aDd.ab Y the coaltrimmed no superior, even
GREAT POPULAR ENTHUSIASM !dlcor!ri| why, they, are so extremely the ),'.
-18 NEAR AND with short straps of brat and petitteutons among 'more expensive velvets: '
DEAR TO HIS.PEOPLE. popufal.lwlth! women of' wealth'and In brown and go -d enamel; crepe etc. It I* used for frocks for 1 V .the .' ftttslo of tKrs Florid.. ) "
beaatyfeettnc''lIonty: ad 'originality There is a deep denture of brown all occasions, for its beauty and rap- Stats ,,Teachers'.Assoelitla, : .
In dress, for here one see*'the creations ; satin matching the coat aDd drooping plenum lend It.to all the artisticforms W. W.,Hula Secretary. iW
Krr !'of the| great eoutonrieres'! of draping and f
Into a decided point at the front.Tuffed graceful ar
# Christian. Dee, S.-Bjorsatjerne.Bjornson. sent to school but his progress was played ili 'Indeed ''" '
; .bewildering profusion. '
rangement. Venetian, Panama !
sleeves finished a the elbow cloth .
the Norwegian poet it seventythree DOt-rapid. He showed these salons -:
great powenfortorpnlsa'doa. j
seem to.exist under I with a smart pointed cuff ornamentedwith moire and Henrietta are also favored
year* old today the the especial Florida Ubrary Association la"-l"f
and: At that time ne patronage of
some while the
fairy braid and button. let all-relTet costume Is elegant 'r;;
(4 treat qda; dUUne- to meet.with' the Florida State Tad ,
U celebrated In all part. of tuned, a hand-written paper, called sponsoflrho r endows their proprietors ton to the highest ,
to the tw'rums decree.The '
,Norway .with popular "liberty. with & design and j of er*' AJloclatloD'at"Miami during tasn \
treat ,enQ At the age of eighteen he ;a eibauatieu'supply' of orig-
eu1Itordered., emerge from the growing popularity of the circular
holiday Mis Carolyn ...
slum. Palmer, therIlbrarlan .
Literary and singing societies went to. Christlanla and'at Haitbergsechogl 1 '1 which :
are embodied Into
skirt, will .teat the
cuff to meet high favor '
glove of b
g an through the country hare oranges became with the J da'of,his costume' for a'I ocea.IIon.I.'too' hand- suede. heatwhichh, the gracefulness of these designs of Stetson University.* ta\ '
,CelebratJou'D: honor"of,the 'poet own age! who haye since'made their some 10)5) .clea rtpUon. has for president of the aswclajtonvand Prog., "
won them. assay
/ tirthOar. with. .musiC: recitations, "ana mark la the'world of letters, such a.' The jjOjft" season Is on in full swing with The'these most elegant afternoon hats ettes are .worn and I It," is gored and plaited.la but Instances W.'W.:Hall, of,Miami: ''t' :the' 'earr.. '**

orations.No .. Hearth (Ibsen Jonas Lie, A. 0. Vlnje and onesees i the pending secretary. &' ,
moat"delightful af quit ?
: many areof the picture rarj ety: being as frequently it Is shown by the "
< man la Norway, bas endeared and other. fernooarMnd: Library work In Florida< is a Dewy t
calling frock In
k ; the developed In velvet mol & satin or smart modiste, gathered about'the 'there '
himself to hit people or that country While at school Bjornaon wrote shops Catering to elite' trade. The stilt'II bearer. walt 'line or with the fairness die-work. Bat'already > are a: lang'nuptber ''- '.,
Completing the in
more than, 1m'craDia I gown of circulating libraries in thsr \ t:
Bjornson ;whose hi
literary *: "Valbor. In ,1861 picturesque'modes of earlier centuriesare question Is posed of in tiny tucks, stitched to the
chapeau of
work. particularly hi* earlier novels, |be entered'upon a Journalistic career combined |with the artistic' .Idea moire decorated a with waring palest ostrich ecru hip line, ,then released to be lost in towns of Florida. It Is the only source"' 1 n.'"

"and poem 'are known. to every Nor and three.:year later wrote the drama of our own j time, and the result I*'aninsplred'jcomblnatlon plume and .velvet the oft and rippling fold of the skirt Intellectual life for many hundredswhose ):
*1 wegian. Hit Wee We Lore With "Between Battles," and, while In Copenhagen school days are over. ;
; i| ,of. superb toll- Although designed for '
'bend Devotion"''"pat-:to mnsie hy'Edward ,' daring the ..m'e..rear, be- ettea:: t?tJ: (h t the This I bright is decidedly: warm tones a color tak:*reason the lead.and tEe woman of stately form the the seeds circular .of :braries Several larger ,towns hare.good'1Ja ;1;,
Craig la one of the grandest ginhis first noel-"SynnoieSol- A4strlkng.ezample I shown Jacksonville-accepted a gift j
; In a Green biscuit T. skirt I* successfully by those
worn '
: rose red. era and bluewith
of one
,choruses for'male : bakken." from Mr. Carnegie. Tampa refused U
d4t voices
ever written Many other novelistic and design yat''biscuit colored cloth and generous of medium height
a sprinkling provided the TOo
v of'purpleand'mauve Oalnerrflle
1 andis'sung. wherever there are dramatic works followed In rapid sacceston -* panne ervet The:skirt is of- cloth : lasts are correctly proportioned one. baa'a.. good,
,! -r. -Norwegian to ..bo found.Bjontjerne .- ... In'1880 Bjoraison 'vllted-U cut in jtHe f. :'new, circular model'gathered { are seen everywhere to one'started and others .hoGJ4 follow:;
aynothing' of the variation of then .
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[17LL.:, .btiut Stetson TJalvenltyhad the largest f tSk, '
Bjorncon Deg
was'bora Unites States and was reeeJnd'88rJ"- the hip, and worn with a
tones, Algonquin
inch Office
as bronze pink rooms for rent In the Hetrop volume-ut
tIe State
8, 1833. at Em.'OIterdai, when with great honors: coat ofjfbrown relTet a"dlfectoIre Jack
;: r Norway,.where,his father: wan a cler He has always taken'gnat and'ac- style' j nishing the bottom'.'orthe:: and green.:,Veronlqne Vlnm a most burgandle luxurof ,ant rosewoodau'dl shade oils bunding. ; onville likely-outstrip De Land ,r
"; ( gyman.' Six years' later- the family tire Interest In politics and baa taken skirt arfrjtwo narro wrutnea'of knife if she has not done so already. TJatfl 1
raipberry '
;I ,'moved to 'Romsdalen, "a., district' tat ''part lu'many' campaign, support plaited Itaffela, In biscuit tone. Thecoat | 'are faroritei for trim- The very latest styles In wedding' Jacksonville's was 'started. Stetson
>' 'moan for;,.Its magnificent scenery. At IDe,;the,Left' with, his personal ,mag Is!:1 ned with'dull white ; moire, wings I as well a* for the gojwns made stationery, announcements and:calling University hadythe,only ftbrarlan'.rar ;;.
,I, '... the... 'of eleven Bjornstjerne' was i lIeuSm'.and remarkable I oratory.' 'f> with,fading of biscuit and. dark: brown or in 'chiffon eombfnations of cloth wh and ,vein et, oUII'011o&cards, eaa." had a( the li chop: the stile whose entire Wyse was KIna, '.":<
f' ; -' and brocade ch Is emir to the care of the library; w?
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\ { thai needs repairing'jet Ic ; vs know Huds'onCycle Co. Jj

I1 MR. PRDPERTY OWNER: r 1} t and|I'w. wfll mend It for 701.WE 4. .

t N .REPAIR. ,TIN Bbl JCRSas *
t'14 .- ,r Yell .other klndfof -Agents For the-- .'' $&
,'\ as any tin article M
,< ; 'TINNING. so they.last a* long a few
'one:yon might.tmy.'Onr wo k is_oftssi Recycle, Hudson and Pierce Bicyd ,; .

g Since the announcement1'of;the beginning of, '! ,the'new more' .,lasting'and..TeeL A wears thrifty.longer iwwewife thai'

operations,-the.Art Stone Construction .Co' ,;.we:; -4. r looks wen ,to her:Using repair and '?he man that rides a Hudson, wears the smHer. ; '(
have secured two contractss.:for; furnishing: stone ..,always sattofled with orjwork. ....
: for,.residences.NOW.. : _:+ ON.E : that won't come off/'- The streets of Miami% :: I;
r. ,; .. ;t: t are full of such people. If you don't believe)it,.., '1' ,
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pertaining to the Bicycle
these INVESTIGATED the manufacture of : '
parties '
don't Forget the Number
;, stone by other plants before: placing' their orders, 1309 AVENUE D -- .

,and, were:; CONVINCED> that our;; ,method 'was, ,,..... FIDE 1 1012 AVENUE: ULLCNDORF BLOCC,

FAR :SUPERIOR, .. Ctjr. 'II.oJ Tobacco belt1.toe I I Mltml Flo, id*
OTHERS 1It n .>, I Money to Loan oo HonseboldFpniitDre .

TO ALL N.'I" "..- .
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So if you contemplate erecting-a:: residence, Daffe- Co.: Title f Insur t ceand sums of 15.co and up. Can be paid back in,

,store. ,or, other buildings,' consult,with us and we r -, sums of U.oo a week Business::strictly .' t'

will demonstrate to you why and how> we can give, Trust Cpmpahy confidential. Write. us and solicitor will callCITY .
better'resuJ 'for invested. ;'" -
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_:c cti "',. It t: .' 9, Of MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED I" LOAN OFFICE -,: '.

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ti ,Our Guarantee, of Protection' aidUpl;Capital JII $75.00O; I i Surplus, 11 .000 OPPOSITE POSTOFFICC.. .

Goes With Our Stone, 7. laaares I Ii, I I'I'; land titles, prepares abstract of titles,loans and

.. infests money on its own account and for others. Acts as AModelBathroom. ,
aienVattorney-in-fact, ,trustee assignee, executor recelTcr -
or guardian. Address ail communication to .
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7, :: S.- L!Patbvoo. Sec and T rea. ITiami Florida A Is the most esaeanal _.-
are of the inodem
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r rji : t JWk-s: "ILS fort to:anj,h me. Bettar '

,WID. QurrYtS Soijs. J pat money ,in pcrfectisif;
: ,the aanitarj sjaUsa, thcr>-.
"I '. r" Insuring the health.a.f-

Collstrnction Eo. .1' 4. Key ,West. FloridaHEADOUARTSRE j '>comfort of ysirf, fasrtTy_ a

t, .OR ., than'spendin' it .for fir
., fnrnishin* fog eta
91 5 >. Agts De-
.-. Ship Cha dte1'ylBUllcil t "
? ", ," 1 l2
,Office' and. Stone Yard foot'of AV{ D- ,', : 'Milt'erft' s Of All Kinds: A. Famous> ) 'RacycteM. R
Miami Florida, +1
Coat and Ice,_Steam marln lhr.7t.; Macalo
'"LOOK, FOR, THE. TURN_ IN "tl1e'WALl.H'. . I .
> AU kinds oi MCDONALD
;,LsJt: .. ",tr -. ,., "- .. ..: .1 repairing,' BOner and'Steam IFiitiq 'cU a dose r
-- > ahortelt is belt ,
.. .. facet tk4" possible manner by expert skived ___ -..? Ma
...: >;t>":''r' ''' ;c i .-i "'t.: ". ":'''!'.J:! ;;; Y 'iir.:''. 1r"c \f;;', k"'" :o.r: t t. .JT9 swsrsis

;, PAD TEN,, .
.... i iI E
MUTUAL GOVERNMENT. organization and these! Two sebctihg of tbef IntenatkmaTAasoclation of Machinist UNION WARD CLUBS.

...._... the third. The arbitrators selected by *. I
A 9jtm Wklek 8ame.Ys.twee
organisations and of
Labor. ..* Capital. workmen are not connected employers'w11h'the 'l'h4brpn; aUon. was formed two 'MEW PLAN OF OEFENSii ADOPTED Miami Business Directory
years ago and a short time after It was
1be.dldeDq of a.system. entitled
Industry although they may be employers practically, dead. There was little said I i BY CHICAGO WOR ERS.
mutual government" In promoting pa.tifle workers In another Indus
: or I
The headquarters established
relations between employers aDd try. Either side may refuse to acceptan In fVashlngton were abandoned bemuse I ......-.... .... ., tkt I ...._ is
'employed la set forth m aa article In arbitrator selected by the' other If of the scant support the new alliance '."'IF CtUte. th. P.rea..la.tP.wa TharOutTof Town Buyer and those'within the city will find In the
the National drtc Federation Beviecr there has been any attempt to mate rece1vld. and its leaden began .! OiwmmlMd L -117'L Beverly Smith, secretary of tbe.Lithographers' such arbitrator a partisan. The decisions to lose heart Wet a W.*.. classified heada for ready reference. y
association.He of a board of arbitration thus
constituted Besides the International Aaaodatioa ;1.1. unique system of organization
explains the machinery of tJwI1It.em. are not compromise of Machinists the alliance la composed THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY.CO. BURDINE.A. QUARTERMAN T
"Hundreds of In the which will be far reachltg In Ita effect
cases lithograph
i" which involves .equal representation of thee five International bod1es1l'OD
and power In Joint ac.-tlon. to ic' Industry are<:decided every year. Mold4l ,'- Union of North America is DOW being carrte 1 on IB Chicago Dealers In Groceries. Hay and Dealers In Dry Goods, Notions

:y be taken before any difference between Nearly all Individual grievances are Brotherhood of BlacksmlthswPattern- through the forma! in of trades Grain. Ladles' ,Furnishings. '
organized capital and labor has devel- readily adjusted by face to face conferences union ward clubs, says L ike Grant In .
majken League of .North AmericaBrotberbond na.
Cor; Ave. D and 4th St. J amJ.
aped Into strained relations, aa follows: between those Immediately of Boilermakers and Iron Chicago Inter Ocean. f oo-ioj lath SL Miami. ns\
"Shoold a question arise between the concerned aided by the business rep.' Shipbuilders and Metal Polishers Buff Every precaution Pass >le Is being L L. BRADY CO.

two organization or of paramount Interestto resentatrres of the two organisations.Of .... Platers' and Brass workers* International taken by the organize! i to guard Fancy Qroctra. *Hay Grala J. 8. $C EVEN
.toe Industry at.large.seven the questions that hare been union. against the clubs becomln f adjuncts to
brought before joint commissions since and that danger removed ,and Uapea Fertilizer Dealer In Drags Patent ICedSelaes. t
3 though of Individual or local origin, a But:now a new gait baa been struck any political party
Joint commission Is armed' consisting: lay 1.there 1904. only one failed of settlement and{ and ,
,ef,.a equal,delegation from the organ- decision In that went eUe to arbitration.Tbe baa'.started with renewed Vigor. The clubs should not become t IB moat powerful Uth Street Cor. AT* D. Miami Fla. 1)07 Avenue D. :)t1a>:d.Jfi
4atJons 'oft employers<< and .of workmen war' against actionof;: the patternmakers'and machinist weapons .to Ole b tub of the
la for membership employers 'II"bo"pat the decision workers to fight for bette conditions.The .
.No one eligible at their conventions this year J. L LUMMU8 YOUNOS'PHARMACYDealer
In this commission wbo Is personally Into effect Immediately upon its verbal fundamental Idea t bInd the organization '
In Indorsing the purposes of the alliance Drugs TeilstArticles
or directly Interested In Ita.de- announcement without waiting for : :has encouraged Its promoters,and of ward,clubs composed of tn Groceries, ,Gram, e
Its Perfumeries, ttatlonery.
In official ,
receipt written form ,
cision'other:than In JtI.paeral relations I the of securing additional International i unionists la that the pure lasing power Bay and Fartllixers. .
ytprt I '
"Convincing evidence of the i '
successof 'eto.
y to capital and labor. Tbe bell may be ,wisely utilized. That means
,nnlonauproceeding farorbly ) -
ass agents of the two organisations, mutual government la found In the ; that the consumer la tbe final adjudi- US Uta Street. Miami. Fla. carefully compounded.
fact that no question decided under Its >;ti 1
their sides of the cator of.all labor dlspnt *. and there :*
:.aa attomeya. present methods of procedure has ever again "11 Ute Avenue. Mlaml. ?*
a sass with evidence aDd argument oJ -- la. no doubt about the dorrectnesa of ,A. J. ,CAMPBELL
become f -
a source of contention.: Mora l- '-
'm .The commission Decides the Issue by ever, all parties ,.concerned paves,not .... that' Idea. I GotoIng BECK. WILSON: A.'HUDDLESTOM
Dealer In Dry Goods -
Tote.: Usually this vote la unanimous t rri n a Woekcn few unionists realize what a tremendous '
aMvmgK> provision' may be made that only abided by every decision but.bar IL',(X D. Borden.of Fall RIver baa power they ha',. to this direction. Gents 'J'IInf.lhlp-' if.4 Real Estate and Insurance : ,
uniformly expressed satisfaction with notified the WOO operative of the Iroaortt Suite :. 4. 6 and Sill
.a-lttajectry vote shall be decisive., In its results.M Employers' aa* dattona. maybe .
ft-; 'the practice of mutual government In mflla"owned by him that the organized to smash ui&ons, coocUla- Avenue a ICiamVFla. ago 1-J Twelfth street KJamJ.lABMITRONQ Ace
the lithographic Industry Into which it IZH'ier cent.cot in their wages made daD committees may bel organized to }
,. .. h
more than three years, there nave Tawefaa. A111ase. ....... lor lLhlTnd. .Mr/i Borden-did not;cut;wages In tbe-employ; era been leas'than six eases which,were .. .......u..:' ," Juiy.-tl004; ,:with the other manufacturers. strllies may be called or boycotts leviedto Pun line of staple and .act grocarlea. PreserlptloucarefoUy
.*|nd;his operatives did not strike taU COO"I employment -
not decided.by.a.manbaoos vote of ,procure ; 1"gsof '
j ,the joint oowmLdao., Work of reviving Interest, In that alliance writhe others.1 When the great strike but when: we.reduce the subjectto fresh meats Tegetablaa poultry sty compounded Kafl
"Should the joint (commission to of machinery trades known as wa* settled to April''ISOB/and the cot tts last analysis the I consumer is --- order promptly attended.tow,

'l' reach a decision the case la referred to GMt America Metal baa Trade been started Federation. by President of Norm waj.accepted.afr. Borden announced a after an. the court of last resort.r .-- New Prom..Bldj,:,11th at, Arenas D DtJi St Cor. An. C- ..JIJud.-
1-) a, board of arbitration consisting of I fediletoo'lnblimn: >r.' I Hela, Independent It Is to educate unionists along these
""" ;...-..". arbitratorsonerelegfo by! each_ limes O'Connell. wjfeo Js.,teothe, bead of the MinnfaftTtrtra*.asaodaDally lines i that the trades mope ward clubs {
.jl 'i' ,': ; x
do are being formed and there ia no doubt alTJ' 8RTI4ER.MachIne. ,

.- ...J> -, that:educatJoo.lI.I There I anthousands .
.., .. ,of.unfoo1l ,I a Chicago today
),_- t 17--- r".i..t.i """-
re "" who would take It i a an Insult If ;
I.I \ Ia l theywere'asked whethi f they would -Shop
I .. .

Tb: : r 'MM:e t. f11l I IS work any other with.by-the a-nonunion rondlt1oDa'.union. ''At nan those the'.same or under,prescribed Agents, for the New Era Gas..-Engines., Gasolene "

r k : r 1nO; due they are daily giving employmentto SPECIALTY"GeneraFRepair
nonunion workers by burchaatng articles and kerosene engine, v. ; -j repairing? ftf ,_a' .
made by nonunionists and they
cannot see that they are Violating what l: 'Work =
.. .
? f o they term union prlnctpl< a.-
It Is probably easily w thin the mark 508 SEVENTH STREET -MIAMI,',FLORIDA-

to ny that union men Lad-women In

_ WeeklN Chicago dally. It.spend that purcbasl half a nUllon tg power dollars was

t :;and directed to assist union Ista. how long Contractors AND Property Owners

would the open shop i rgument last!
The manufacturer la 11 business to
mIl" ', make money. He is no t a philanthropist. If you don't want to SAVE" IONEYf ,
'he has keen business I '
As a rule
we can't help If do, come to
Instincts and be la gob g to manufacture I you. you

_ The lost :Popular taper 'in SoItFlorida: .. made the by wanU.kiwi nonunion, 'of If be goods Ia CD b4.toot that then sell the be IfOO\iII consumer win- I I The J. A. McDonald:-Tfel

soon unionize his establishment It .

PiiblishodbytheMiallhiPrtingipOfflpany._ i i1 ; to will make require him neither do it strike Il4 must nor do boycott it to',. And Buy Your Building-Material ";'i:

ti ; remain la business
Strikes are frequently unsuccessful. Long Leaf Yellow Pine i and "Cypress, '-

_ Tbe machinery of the tourta Is sometimes ,
;j dliected against strikers mak '. of all kinds .
-1 > "
1'1'r'' ing their chance: of sufred stQl' more -Y
'" 'f: doubtful Boycotts are Illegal, and besides )"
f_ The i1y'Yetropo1is'is'is issued in twelve"page form every![ except'Sunday; they are two fdged weapons We also sell ,Lime, Brick (4 kinds( ). Cement* Sash'Doors.

which sometimes hurt jthoee wielding Mouldings, ahd whatever else a builder requires a
:and'fi'! ids its'way'into the, homes'of ninety per- cent of the!' 'idents of :iMiami andiurronndingcountry them against-more than They those bare they jbeeome are a directed farce- at lowest possible figure.' : i

: 1,' : : Is a good advertteemeni for their bualilace -.'
I ness to have a union a boycott -
't Press dispatches,' hence is 'sought for .by all who wi ll .to KEEP POSTED against their products I ;iSEEDnBurnam ;'
:But there .la no Injunction that can
1 'I restrain me from refusing to purchase .
an article If I do not want to do it ; :
II' :.. I That tn a measure Is Wbat.tbe boycott :
means except that in a boycott men act
I ooliec: : lvdy. Bat the)act. would be

I. : ; quite aa effective and within the law U
:llerVee 'Y"'JH .tnoIS ? i every where:man the"did real It strength IndividuallyThereia of the:: union S epc1ist-

man Be* It be could only be brought.to
J.}!' J .I a full realization of It. j _
[;; 1 l'P' The carpenter*or. the.!" bricklayer willprodty If you are a sufferer with-v Chronic or Blood Diseases. All !..

., ,; ,I txhiut ma tnupn -' Female Derangements successfully .
: nonnntnn e:
that be never on a
,;:. 'Is'an eight

| -1ew8of, the, week and .makes. specialty. of rural> ,nappenic( s. Itsclrculation is ...eat.oop and shoes |dude in a penitentiary. th.Latest approved.' Electrical AppDuccaT '
,; ,.L 1111' But ,be.dolls not think of uaUt the ladies,'a 1&<1, *aai4 always iu atunduc
Ii; districts' and northern visitor&\vho their, wintersin that lie Is a cigar '
in spend
largely the.country among
"qz. : : made to .a en 'working Up-Stairs .: : : : Metropolis Building.Southern' .

_- '. Dade County There not'a 'nook,or corner. in.Dade; Counter ..which the'Weekly sixteen ly exist boon upon probabl7f'to bare-

While be himself except
Metropolis. does'not find its way each,:'weekThe publishers{ are making some under union cood!)tions.be Is employing '
{$}' ;' -, otbef workers! who are forcedto Marble-& Stone Co. ;

i, Attractive clubbing! offers;to' their patrons; anihvestigationjviilljbe: : ; l! toyour advantage toll under the most degrading drcnmatancea.1 ,. >
((1Fr1"fy d : : ,He is I really an, employer 4 S. HOQAN :STREET. JACKSONVILLE.
of labor although himself work-
; Headqua:. rtera for:
for consumer ia hv
; wages.
-. i rSoh r-,IT'/ j ,an employer When a man Building Stone Ma'rbleietc.MOSAI .
'. cripticxD. cotes boys a pair of shoes |M gvea: employIng -

_ mat to a number of workers toe a AND
11 .... -', If" brief space: of time. I[t rests with him TILE WORK : :
to; t'
I I ,
whether be employs cdnvlcta or free la.
'l :' 'borers working under humane condl- FOR, FLOORS BATH ROOMS. MAN TELS., 'ETC ;
Daily Metropolis: .Advance. 5.00;
: ;i a.jear .:z lios M. __..., GeawrcJ Cemetery Work'.etc.. a
( ,
| Many plans are suekested today fo* fit' A :. .1rpat"orb \ : _
; ; '' strengthening Urn uniona.. Some ten 'UMxcU., FacIlitlM lira Fe.cl.rPros. terries 'tMttllikiiu&JDieBjerry ;
\Weekly Metropolis} MYalice$1.S$ :year
i4 us that high dues and an .tsteDde4
"" ... f- ,..- ... chain of beneflta an essential to a suceessful '
'; ', .J! .11 'J .\ ', IC'. ... r
: 1: '" a" union ,Other* tsn'us that thetiberent
I: weakness of labor anions net f.
In the fact that they mn organised on .
craft lines and that they must organlaa MANUFACTURERS OF .:t

on Industrial .llnra to>> be tucceasfnl

_ High ,.Glass CoiuDepIv-Si-tiiig( >i jLever o f: :Description tDdieil But collective no Diaojrm.capacity .until..be Aa strong iadrrUnal In 1U ROUGHiANEi DRESSED

members ....strung. : I /. -? : : \

t ; :;ont promptly at J the:MetropolisOffice\ ;! ); ; ? 1 ; encourage Joining Tbe high UM the u dues loo todlvldbal.and be jbaa I''beneficial bsc looethtaf...,q.t. aftai at m< PINE1 LUMBER.VTrite : .

: :.yMiami.FIorida take whl!;h Is likely to make him loyal
.. when otherwise be might be wavering.. ,for prices.. Now ready to fill orders. .
4 80 far it Is good but It does not toad '
Miami office 323 12th Street. E..A. '
: ; Perry Agent::>:
't- : i, iII if t aim to look'beyond ibIs own narrow' ,, .
contracted sphere a$I see the question MILL AT OOtMAN.. O. PERRINE PADS COUNTY ;,'n.OI
to Ita broader light ,

j If.the. trades_unlosj ward clubs tax
MIAMI PRINTING OMPANY educate the workers along those lines Meyers & Robinson
and show them wba might be ucompIWIed -
1 their
by properly tanking par
.. .
t Ttittng: power they will accomplish Electricians
| much;, lTht7r: are more liked to. sue. Contracting j.
eeed-in this through!ward dub that
:d:'. 'Pibl::,,,,, ; \ oIis. t i 1 through any other form of organise/ 1019 Ave. 'D Miami FloridaT\
,,=, .) sDa1r.anLlYeeklyMetro! .f : : : :, ,s: > '-- :

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THDAIlYJIAMi.Mrr0; ) >OUt _r .,."y.DCCIM. |t>h.s. 905 -. .


I fore me W.. A. Lottoa.... B. ,dng: -

AR: JD I II r If LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS r_ r I and :M. K.'WJalt a, to me well knowma

the person described .
m and who -
Air Line Railway subscribed their name to and executed
NOTICE ItJF i INCORPORATIONi NOTICE OF INCORPORA the foregoing article of incorporation ( professions ; : ;

FOR :::1'i To Whom It May Concern. lON of the Miami Automobile Company T

\ ii'feerebr given that on the, and did aeverally acknowledge
savannah Columbia Camden Southern Notice is hereby given that
'... Pines ttta day of December A. D. 1909. we.Ae to me that they executed the same

Raleigh, Richmond,'Washington,. Baltimore, undersigned shall apply u'JDcor,1IOIaton list day of December. 1105, the mder- for the pnropse therein ,expressed.In Pwtts.oa Ea ,>:r 1r,,. t
New York. signed\ Intend to apply to his I witness
'& Philadelphia Excellency whereof, I have hereunto ATTORNEYS
toe Governor of the But I AT
& Two Elegant Trains : Napoleon B. Broward. Go ernor let my band and seal this .10th day LAW. ;
Seaboard jf Floridof the iasnance of Letter*I of the State of November I rlinpreeo.taaneourbIt.N.MP.dN.{ ,
of 1909Frederick
l; Seaboard Express= Mail : Florida for litter* ""'bGI1bSeI1or saarlatseua t
; : incorporate Mffialtag
ttent to the Blscayne patent on the proposed charter fereto : H. Rand, Jr.'' OIa4 no**.

; Modern.FullinaQifiquipment.; DnIc Complrtoj, upon ud under UM attached.: Seal Notary Publla. 'J.BOSOT..... ,MIeI.- Pie, .

':( ofi Y Ir2NFL SoOowing proposed iA; article of boor W. AL LOFTON My commission expires September

:: ;. .' ; -.- .wraUon. h R. B. DNIOCHARTER .9. 1907. .,T, 8I.&GaLY.D._ f
; optrittnx (Mr'throng slupen from Jaclsonilllj! to In Orle ls: m''; James M. Jackson Jr. II. & WlflTTEN I OOee wttb Bt4.CMM nanteey. Y

! i t.n t. BILL FOR DIVORCE Bwld. Me l th KIM*'
Jno. C. Ahernethr.
corssr lie C '
"' We. nndirslgned, do heady a- ,
'Iii.For| lull-ioformation add sleeper enrations,.call on any agent of the i Wm. H. Brows odate ourselre together foj the In the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju MIAMI, 'e' BIDL.lLl"lACDO. *

,Seaboard, or write : of dicial Circuit of Florida! In : :
m' purpose organizing abody, torpor and torDade' ., JIt,' ,
{ ate under the law of the Stale of County-In Chancery.
i.oMcDOHHELL, Pw.,1gL Fla orncB: t
* Florida. I Laura K. Landers Complainant, .
The folowlng the char. Wffllam B. Landers ,Av.D ,
f- ,proposed -BUI *
F. C. BOvLSr N.r.. Pass. Asrti f1k ilIA vt.. .
TLCLBLThe ter for the Intended corporation.] ,for DtYO'ce. FJLOBTDA:
'"h.' ... .
\ .
name Of the corporation shall be Illaml Automobile and To WOllam.H.,Xanden defendant Inthe '
ComP&D7'1 flG..W..IL.WILr..r A 111
:;. BlMlJDe, bru. Company, and htaerlsntpa1 Article above foregoing styled cause: s jf 118.

"plaee d. of bnslnts in the city The name of the corporation It appearing from the affidavit of Attorney fLaw

flhas & GO.Ofi Se& Harne e <'JCaml, nSrtda' II* principal, place business, a Laura E. Xanders, complainant la the :

'li'!!: ami. Dad .county. Florid. E above entitled cause that yon "are aonresident t :Office over Bask Bay Bswy
;A flCIJOILrie Article 2 n of the State of Florida, ,

SUCCESSORS.TO' 'J gealnltnatue: qf the boalne The general nature of business and and that your whereabouts residence I Geo., M..''..BobbinsTltuevllle.na.' -- V

CBlSB8lRHBY Inc.' Fire w hti tranaieled'D7'wid; corporation transacted'Is to''eltablJa' owneqnlp postofflce address are. to complainant ,
; unknown
's to eoadac lMan drag business; operate and 'maintain a. general into- .'

k PRUIT..AND ::0.., ojrn.'JiU and deal In all kinds mobile UYer,. J Therefore?, tinder and pursuant to I Attorney .and 'Counselor
'VEGETABLEPACKERS AccidentTornado' .a nd j lease the: laws_of the State.of Florida, it Is '
To bny sell, or otherwise to At Law
i''td hereby ordered that you an hereby ,
deal la automobile and motors '
rate gn'cps :any real estate,,1le1aUT *" of all! 'kinds.: I I"To vehicle against required to appear< to the bill filed Will atsctic*la kn Cowu. State aaj PNeta1. f
be yon in the above cause on thefirst..Monday :
,Fa3aDgalersin owneiJiij purchased or leased by
I buy; sell lease or otherwise to tf
Crate InsuranceMaterial die ,companyiftotborroir' money. and deal:in 'automobile ,and other motor the' la' February the same FRED. M. HUDSON
ecnre the same:I to receive payment l.vehicle being 5th day thereof A. D. U0,
I supplies fixture and fur Jsh- '
and rule thereof.It
a day .
lorcapital stock subscribed in.money for of every nature and tradeTo
sr la property!or;j la labor service at I II further ordered that thl* order Attorney at LawT01ulel
'' ; : : establish own
; equip and
b e published; >la the Miami,Metropolis
I .ladvawuon 'thereofm, the jndg- I ,
0 garage and'motor vehicle n pair '"
newspaper published ,la the city of Building,.Miami. Florida
al the board of
Puking ud Itrdionse, ; and supply. establishments.To I 1
firectors' w'establlsh agencies' I Miami Dade ,County.. Florida- .
Ect End Hun! Eiier Dock. MIAMI or .establish, own, 'equip and < Beta -
wasishe* of the' said corporation and I .. 0 iper- each week for eight consecutive DR. W.-. RUSH., '
I a line. of automobile >or ether r L It to further '
ordered that eoD7r of
at web place*j a*|may be deemed for ''Offlee
motor Vehicle,, between two rills Stf-lSth street Thone
any > o k't
.. .-. ,; '," Ae best Interest'of the said corpora- I within order be posted. at the CourtHouse iBsddeuae,9089thS., ,
more point* the State : Tor- door I ;
ttea;i't' acqklte.laid 'In ,shares'of Lathe County? Dade. ** '. -

'FOR FIRsr th.e&PtaI'. slo XJ"of r any. duly incorporated i Ida I : Done and ordered pursuant law MIAMI,TLA.

[ HHorse-Shoeing To acquire by pnrcnase, at Miami. ,.Florida.,
SSA... : : eompany nd manage the affair I .! exchange Dad County thl*

1 ,of snch'Scompany: upon.,.obtaining or otherwise and. ,to tell. IMS. nth day of November,A. D. UOLA. J.H.F. 'Mullelt.M.D.: .

i. AND DISEASED, HOOPS SEE'h h" r maJority; the shares..of stock or otherwise dispose of real and'jpersons > ..K.: DEARBORN. -

I( property or either or any interest Clerk 'Circuit'Court Office: Koom 3 and 4
70S St .
7th df aid to
L. F. LaF t1tisee' company,; exercise all. such \ '
} powers"'as may bf'necessary'' or "conrenlent or estate therein without being[ | eeL Ct Seal By J. L. Pherl ''o. D. C. Fri Mll. Building c K;

': -- '. +V*'* i for' tie purpose of the.bnsi'oes confined to inch real or personal property O. A. Wortey, HounlOa.UL to 11 an "3 to 1p.m.

"' as may be necessary: for or incidental Solicitor for Complainant
of this corporation Residence
and to have t" 810 Avenue C- 4'

Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's privileges IncUentj to corporations for to the' proper carrrJnc*00 ot ,
the business of the corporations]
froSt organ id and existing under COATS FOR WINTER.
part thereof. j
and cy virttwrot the laws of the State Taylor ,
;yt Fiorlda.i i ,. Article 3 EYeatalr "..... _4'n.** Taut D*
k Duff Im Dartlmc-E_pir. Kflvctm. Office tt
:'Y. ARTICLE ILLThe The amount of'the capital stock One of the best models for a coat DADS t
shall be ten thousand dollars ($1ObOO) that Is to do PHARMACY: .
amount%t the capital stock of duty In the evening is one
Steles Clods! Tonics i the said corporation k 4' shill be flO.OOO. divided Into one hundred (100) shares} which falls like a mantle, full from Residence. 809 Avenue D. MUtnl
of.the par value of,one hundred the shoulders and has a tight fitting
> ,r, t*> to be dlvUedJiito;!( joss; hundred shares lara $100.00) each which shall idolbe, waistcoat of velvet. This coat Is not
50 sf the par valtie ot $100 each. AU or only,pretty' but has the added advantage E. Mclvor law M. D. D.: D.: S '
-P .NO CJre f the stock of warm.
Any corporation
'. __ ..
.J' ., Light cloth coats suitable for wear ,Physician and 3urir.onDental +
may| e payable In. or issued *,
Specialist ..
for, the i 1lrch' e of property labor or Article 4. during the day are smartened up ferening.with or ,
.,. Medical
embroidered collarscuffs and Dental'c.
: East CoastRa services at a ]tBt valuation thereof to The corporation shall have tu11Power of velvet buttons. It these coats HMJUM. c101,of Uri W._.ry ea.and1). I I)Oral aa4 SorrtrT.BrUynrockW7. On** ,

way. be fliej b7 the board of directors.at to exercise Its corporate. fr are lined with n light colored iHk. soJAOCR ri

t. meeting called for that purpose. chlses and'prlrlleges for the'term of

.'aril No.62." Corrected t,5ePt'7:' !. ARTICLE'ji. i rv.t .' It ninety-nine* corporate'existence.(99) year C. Mayriard,

-" .The term for'whtch( laid
: }corporation GRADUATE
_II: .cu. aatii cimd-tuo rte,' ; (half exist shalf be nlnetynlne yeariARTICLB Article 9 rromJ. WIth'Maynard A OPTICIAN.Son 'Jeweler 4

ti? D.Q7 Dally w It 0Jra-. batty w htw D.Ity T, ter.' !" t,+I' i. V. ?- shall The conducted business of by I Amt D_Nut to Pcl 0.keGEO.
'\121e business Of the corporation shall

r n N I e r r .... -- .- a .1 u It conducted bjj following officers : less than three (3) directors/ ppe- L. MCDONALD
N N N ...,; (dent
t----1 N t r !. A."presIdenC I viiepresiJent} ,,secretary aTlce-presfJent; and secrettry Cl lqItetr ...
N U N ( and treasurer,and General .
h.1 manster.
hl.tk. O N 'I N and Jtrea8urerlhel office of *ecretary Saner.. W.
.amd 8.1I41
._ =: ind treasurer Any two of laid office may b* fljled ( t.aa4aa117
u ___- u. a /M Si. may be held,by one person COCOANUT
c. by and the ,QBOVX FLA.T .
N .. k t-s.-.- I fp.Th.. = ,'also'a: boirJ|pt three 'directorsto The one name, of same the officers person and dlieotor .
.. tp.r a p 1 M 4'. be elected $ ,nary 2..1908, and an- t
a117 thereati on the first who are to conduct the businessof t w. BACKUS '
to' ; etch' the corporation'nntil thou elected .-.\"- '
:/Nl 1 N ----- 7s I l. '' yeu. I at the fIlE election Shan be Plans
qualified and
Pr. oa ..a. s"p Iit' Until the officers,[elected at the.flrst / BpeoiOcations Details Made p
if e N i N "-- Imyroa. .. 1 Io p 011NM annnal are: W. A. Lofton for Buildings of AU Kinds, Flu
meeting! U be qual14e4 the .
0 '
IN pwpN r .. .' 11Np eN ... :business>> 'of this'corporation; shallbeby I general lI1&IIqer/R.I PreaIJentE. Residences OmcK,a 1315 Specialty.ATIXO; IV ,.
,2$. tie 'or.I I president and treasurer .
oomdaet.d '
the following
I I a named,. I ten, secretary: W. X Ri.Elnlg. I I
p Lofton
1NY % M +u.OW. NIN i' .cent"JameiT>(.|Jackson, Jr., presIdent -.
000 111 111 : ( and M. Ki Whitten! shall constitute WALTER C. DEbAH110Aroh11ieo't.
L W a :;John C.,Abernethy. Y1 -preatI 4
:i- -
M Framed
N .. ._ -_ l a 0 tent; ::1R.m.,. II.f Brown!I secretary. : ,and the board of, director i, I
uu .5 -: :-: ,: ilNr ,12 reunr r. jfl The organization and.first, ann sl ;
u N 411 .... 111 I' ;
d Io.k : ItSSp lla 4'' meeting of the stockholder shall iN .
NM 1101 4Mp Up '__, Ybemay ee0..rlaa -- .. UMaII MaIIM IM.IMa. ,The highest amotint of VL Inlebtednes held on theist day of Jnanary. M M, Roth Building Miami Fla. -x1TheChapmanUouse

1 N a Stp L..4- i 1111 In the city ot Miami I>a.e.
: Mil 1100* JT llabtltys -wUch| thl*corporation oouny
au up ........rariWa.O-- tI : '
11* Florida.
11 tesp '..r.R....TIDb.b....,_.,';r ISO.a IIHp llttp .. dial atanytIul; subject itself_ shall ; .The annual, meeting'* ,he }
111 flip ,
t N f If __ after shallbe., ,held_ on .the first.If a- .
p Ja10..wt, i. /to&I11Il& WI' iOta ced .$S400.i'AETLCIZ.VIL, '' .P. W. .
IM 1 q TMp TMp Itobd I.. ...,., r 11Sa ,o ,_ ., day.'IA January:,of each:and everyyean ..... $hN vn CHAPMAN.4&,1.Spedat Prop..7 tb..Q a..

:: 111 Slip ws.t lapuer.., 1$4&.I 10 Mp, ":-:1': : -j G..tlamatr.mdta.eorrormofabo.*. Lo r
100 lit |> weaPalm 8e.ek Tit p The cat d 17 ailte _ala.of Pain 1I.. c..._t.M
1 1 ._, r 1{ name and residences of thembaerlber The officers and board of rat;Ean Gout
UP -----; $otnsot,. .., ,- tso.tie. Up directors .. Caaat amoar th. BiMamM +t"
f, / q sl i.lt 110 Mp -a., t andptho i amount, of' jeapital : of the corporation shall be elected t .141.oud i a b..U wiawr*(,Saiiaf r atdn.aa4 Oca Soitbcra: ,ballal.norlda... -
IN 1.N D.a4 110 slip stock subscribed IIi each Is'is the flat annnai meeting of the -
M 1.11 p ay ... ., ,, { MP ,; 1IJIii '. '" stockholders Delray. Florida
/ 11M R. ,1a U.5$4lace { 1N.\ :oilows: 1.11!; &D.!' at each annual meeting I'DaUJr wu ,' y ,

luatlupat kt. 1_ a nhs 1"D ..;t't 'James M. Jackson','Jr.. y1 m(1 ITaM of" the ,stockholder thereafter. much better Is the effect when the A 'W. Graham i

chare wearer throws themlwck .
OIlUT& D > : gj 9 the theater ,
:Article 6 '
';; .... era.4A Wm. 1C. Brown, Miami, n.. ,JJ or opera Coutractor-'aud Builder

101 zA ... .-11W1-...... ahal+es. t.ro; : .The highest amount of Indebtedness Empire effects are the smart wrinkle ..SatisfactionGuaranteed. ,
a1w / all
which the 'cOrpontJOD among long garments, and of
"ar.- at many
may any '
f John C. ,
Abernethy, inaml, Fla., II the .
t timed subject Itself be otter coats are built on these short ... ,.
to shail not Let .
It than:.. I walsted line- The o.jomr work lad .an yo mom-
I I empire designs are tr. R.fer..cr.lua.hed.- .
el w 11 D.tty BBAJCCH1SD ww t w xwN J James .; cltaon, Jr. (Seal) more ''than ten thousand ($10,0od particularly pretty for evening wear, wWcal1aa4J'o. P.0...S.nd.. ..po IIia.LIL.ay talaxl SMerritt .,

>-, I Jno. C. Abernethy. (Seal) .ton rs. u the skirt of a charming gown is

N 1 N t /. ,-. ;: :;;.: '? I: %m.' Vtifcrowri! :(Seal) Article 7 [ lowed to show beneath them and b not ''& Kplb
N U t o 1 N. sir _Jo. J.ckae.ltl._ 1 crushed, as with a tight coat Such a
MN NM l41 luN.101.._ ._PsbbD..ea _,I.r_ t iN Sl _11 llf.If Lu, >s 3tat. of' norlda|j e The. names and residence .of the. garment should be double breasted. Real' ''Estate :Rentals etc.

Il N/ 910. ..kap.n__! 1 tN Y li 11A du CSoanty ,of Dtdettu1\| ) as: Incorporator of the company and the fastening with large buttons. Piping --
1 N Before me personally appeared Jam- amount. of capital stock' ,subscribed of velvet may be Introduced if desired. Estate MaoagetfAve. .I
., '
) 0'A. OCa&Enii CffifflBCTieSS as 1C.Jackson Jrf.t];[John C.: Abernethy for" by each are a* follows: WOXoi I which In,thl* case should be a shade C, near: 12th St..,Miami Fla. r
i : ? IT'111161 darker than the cloth.
lad Wm." M.' Brqwnl m..wellldtd .
to ,. ; The stunning tar Jacket Illustrated Is
f"1 ... know and:"acknowledgedhat R.,; B. Elnlg. Miami. flu, forty-nin i of Persian lamb. 1j
HIIM Wal MI 'r SINNnkt,1 ejtke P.* aS.SCssspa7tHrAYANAjAftL&KBY It U made with a Expert Typewriter:
,'.q they> nbvcBbed the .foregoing (49) shares: and M. K..Whitten. ,1Cami. > basque cut away In front to show a

WEST. article of incorporation of the Bl*- FUL, one (1) share. pale blue cloth waistcoat covered 'with '

:&yne Drug Company for the purposes .In -wltnes* whereof we have hereunto silver embroidery.; Quaint sliver but ,Repairing

labMiab..ta.kreirtA/. ......,.. p-INattt.sM.IaNal.'. herein .expresie.... '.- set our hand and veals thlf10th I tons adorn the coat which 1s arranged .w. c PRESTON'

pNppyNMaWN.p.a-N/1f.-aIDM.bet a .emus er.........felgtr.wpewatStlyl.O1Ni. .1 1M a- ...... w ao1........ Witness"my' b ,4t I.j and seal at Ito-- : 'day of Novemba,1906. so that trimmed the upper with part broad w'a strappings zouave effect of: 304. 9th St. P.o. Box 311.

un!. Florida, this :ild,day of Norenv :1 W. A. Lofton. velvet This coat 1s worn with the

cePF w t LOCAL.TIR CARD ir curer ktaleado. ...U06., -jj l iH' .t K R.- B. Elnlg.Ml finest of black faced cloth: skirts cut
(Semi) George RGomph..' K. Whltten. with three flounces with a trout paneL Emil.A.
d "SEB'THB TICKETAOE NT.". .m| l Notary-Pub I State ore Florida' Delightful the little hatIn black felt -

'1 Paw. A $T.AtIOt 317 ,UOI.,117 'commtosJon.# ., expire. Nor. 'U ,Count",of, ,Dad... charters trimmed of with saver tray tissue blue and velvet pale,bow"blue. ..;w.
:\ '
: .... Oa-.-thl.,. .*..day. personaDy. .appeared be,* wingsJTJDIC,. ,, ,CHOLLET. '. e- '_-A.J ,,
.If' '
.I.'f i.1'ti.i4_. ,... .i- ,, West +f
,.: .,. .$ ". Y: <'!::Jot ;'' .. ,:J.v..'' -t ," 1''Il'W" c..:,, : : ",.'" ',r 1olt.'ZI.r-: ;" ;'' ;' r Palm Bea


'. ,
[ h
an acre which U the cost of shoddini

QUESTIONS ANSWERED further north. There are ten to twelve

4 thousand plant to the acre, and thi LOFTON & liNt -i

a fruit|brings in the neighborhood oi
fro it60; cents a doses for Red SpanUl ,
nformation of Interest to the Prospective Settler to JiS cents a piece for Porto Plea.

Thq;percentage of plants fruiting dpetidi ,f,;'.
< :Concerning Miami and the,,; upon the care and Judgment exercised .""
Portion of Dade County. In their culture, some groweri Have Your Auto repaired Lofton ,. "
hating succeeded ta securing fruit '
+4 f ft from:;90 per cent.. of the plants their i & Einig. Get your bicycles repaired ,

e Bo may taovtrie gay t Jrctd toO water works, sewerage, telephone ays- pineries.Lands. may be purchased from'I$5 olid' 'I at Lofton & Einig; we make the 'j

settlers tem ree mall deUYerr.thretn..pa. an acre up depending on proxlmltr.ip :
1 lUtropoll I State t prices right EVERYTHING in
national banks one
sr tomewekers conewntae. conditions per, two : roads and shipping point Good I IN ALL QUARTERS
; in dill parted the country, bank, etc. It haa mile of be 1hI1fireetl" land 'on rock road within I mile ol I : the SUNDRY '
{ a4 CTtfflBg th* harden of eorraarondenc sere. of native white ,ton*. It U Miami may' be had for f50 an acre and i where our pies hare been Intel and LINE! in Stock ,

tatted therebyhaa: baooc, M heavy, practically the terminus of the Florida sometimes: leas than that sum for land II tested yon will ,hear them pralfftl ,
tar attempted la the follow- East Coast Railway, for.tboaP an ex- not immediately on a road. The same' heartily. There la a kick about pie
Oat we I bicycles .
tag article to'tammartii ,inch later tendon of the road w"recent17 been quiiUty of land farther away from baking which we hare. aught per- ,Columbia bicycles at $40. CleY at 40. ..Rambler. bicytlw

aatlon aa to most Important,.ad.to built,. penetrating the tanning land! transportation facilities can, of course, I ctly. i National -toS4aba]
t i I. at $40. bicycles at $40. Creaent bicycles at $25.00
miles south this la merely .
answer.th*.q..rtlon anst-treaneatly torty-nr be)rarchased for 1. nelaD4 la unpromising S.
a feeder to the commerce of this cityflare ta to those accustomed q alt
Chat appearance 'OUR PIES S
asked It tabooed totUanuani docks ( Rent your bicycles from Lottoa & Einiy.they'll give you a wheel to
located the steamship ,
of th 'er wUc are to the deep. rich soils Of -
i aampl* opy faper.
r 'mnadreoi ar ee.t W. will to, most of tie P. O. Steamship Company,, other States, being-rocky and sandy wfll bear comparison 9 with even the .

-$ ..... terra the purposes Intended bettor whose lines are operated to Key West Tl *.re..lta'e&D be obtained from It beat of home mad* And U you areidmlt l
Information to havens and to Hassan Immense faijla ecesa of the returns rallaJ :
than a personal letter. Specific fair judge, wfll oars arc
be obtained by writing wharves eta, are being projected, to front the more fertile sections of the a yon

to aar of the may real estate or other arms keep pace with the-vastly Increased country.I Fertilizer mast be used, but area better. than "mother'a,1Judge. But you Lofton& Eini

whoa advertisement appear In this maritime business that must follow' on tailreturn; more thanJustify. the *zpejiaiture .. wont be able to ttnleaa you

and the bed.way to become fa- the'cteepeulDc of the harbor work on involved. .. i give oar a trial 1
paper which la now actually procreating. Aa of and Industry arebeiCly.welcomed
people energy
r-t mlWr with local cmnHtiOTS prugresetiS Opposite Post ,Office
appropriation of $300.000 ban been secured and the country'sdtiiNopment
Industries al' current ,happening JOHN SEVBQLD
removing to till from the government for bar- being practically Just be
wkfl coawmplaUng
:? aeeOeo.* U through reading the Dailyor bor Improvements and! .the Florida gun them is room for kQ to reap lbsblaefts 12 5 fip -. "
fonDer East Coast Railroad la also pledged to ,which must eases as the re. c, "
the weekyMetropoUs'tke "
"address expend a like amount Thus, 1800.000 sari of such development Capital finds Investigate Before Investing
which win be seat to any .
s Htor 1* now being used for this purpose and her* most profitable Investment, white '' t. .
retied 00
at the year
three months:,the Weekly* Urge Space It la a moral certainty that farther appropriation ator Is ta demand and well paid. Pee '. your Power c. ,
betamailed tae ,UI s will -"cuNfu 1I Uaefw"bor pi.*'of moderate mean who come her I of'the 'i.
paper condition commensurate : Baa been adopted by'the"best people country a* the .
I. la a
,..r. and buy a amaU tract of land, make a cheapest power for raising water Note the people who have .
an OJ'Inca, with .its Importance from" a.commer. modest )tome, net oat fruit trees, and: jssyycsVy I them they could have,steam, pas and hot air too if they want.' red
clay, geographical ,and jKratagteal while, waiting. for:thes'toe eome iota RI4usdiii1B s .loW..ioe! it.. ,I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot this. '
Sprang ont;ot the wDJeraeea setae standpoint.. Importance recognized bearing" ,engagr.ta trucking" are aI- business and with my'pump mechanism that I have just been' ".
yean acoth'railroad aarlnc readied by public men at the nationai capital, without exception,: successful granted a patent on. I will guarantee to doable the capacity. ,'
IS;1891 Prior to thia will stnJyti'location: was -I value and life of any wind nut outfit Any infringementa will. '.
7% this point April and by an who I this sttcce costs less effort thaa : -
tint one ton,'whoM trade,waa principally of this port! and It* relation to Insular bi;ther'parts of."the 'country;-whOethe'cllmatle .READ SUN'sL.t. be, prosecuted... : !
ft with the Indiana, and a teweattered and South:American 'commerce, to condition render outdoorw'prk '

families., eking oat **"precar- IIi nothing, of;the C Tut .truce' ,: that' possible ever] day. In the: year .Thtt II ? ix e." c H PERKY- :Cocoanut, Grove., Plo- ,
,' \ .
tb ,
toss llrellhood by wnckIDc"aa.1 must spring.Into existence.. upo theeomptetlon" with the health benefits of such aa '
", i .5 ydstad b JtcbooviQ* and
starch 'were Paaams', canaL
manufacture' of eoontl of the opin-air lIfe thrown In.: At the same
...:. ....
? !lie say evidence of dvUlatlon."On. A glance at,the map'will show;the time. people who ar*"enjoying health ,

c July Xa, ISM Mlainl'waa'taeorporaUdM most casual obserrer the'poeaIbWtles and 'moderate'succees la their,present ....1. Sale of 7.

a city furnishing perhaps tie"onlytaitance the"future' hold" for,,-,the Ifagle City. aiode .had better' nay where they ar*. A: ''JC. 'Taylor
[ on record,to which"'fan 'SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES, There should be weighty reasons to In-

lodged city came Into erUtencewltt Miami baa OII.e'of the best public t!ijifene* anyone to'make a move of such -.J.
-ct,fist having ben a.townThree: schools ta the State.' embacing'both t i i>ort.aDce., .Pe pte...ho have made JAB t e gad aD tit :

hundred registered retera are' required the common and high school courses raarea.115Th.!! ar. not likely lob, '.... jlktass. Carriageand:1

k 'to entitle any:community to be'called The'buildings are lute and. wail: TenUlated rely.... successful, ,her. *. Intelligence. and
a'city less.than that number constituting ;and there Is a competent corpsof industry are: as essential t* good" for- *Ei.

x r a town. At a meeting held for teachers': Catholic convent second tttie. here as ta.any;other'part. 'of.the 1
tie purpose'',,of 'Incorporation/ three to none In.:the Irate fa. ta*felloperiUon i Cl', 1MJ. 5S -" ."_ Work Horses

...i'one-hilt month after; the, ant ,-tiring Instructions to both I ;!|If It'.desired, to'engag*"ta general p8llgf> 31 1i
c5t train. reached KIa I1I, S44 vote were exes',There are also'private schools,', !'arming" in the raising of .wheat corn ,c.r e.IWDp tWo "

.a*. :'Th paamemsl. growth' of this a musical: conserratoryi; and'art school, oats r)] peaches.'apple: .'. grape or ;DSsd. t_. '
early period' has been, sustained so'that', every''educational. need'' maybe i' other product of the temperate son. +' ,
-throughout: the eight yean of the" dtyaPOPULATION. .uppUe.I' -'There ar about thirty )tie i must cut his lot'some hundred of I"i "_ "

-; : ', flourishing]schools'ta; the.county., I mile to the north, and accept the cold i Vas. a.'A.OP', t. ., : t \

: mo.- Rrery religions denominate U represented -. but.Is:part ,of the.legacy : .. "
r' Vied Las at present resident popJatfcm ,. and, the :following' 'be' .her* these;'things can be grown I have received .a] car'ot fine
of between 1.001 and "000. Inhe handsome church bnDdlnrs:,-Presbyterlaa : felther Is this estoek ralsinpeountry.pore TLat.C&a'YDf Sus1w1D4bo ,

.( ,winter months this population.Uaugmented ,'Bpiscopallan. ,>.Catholic, M.:>-m' [ Is.a."no fence law,"which la n horses, and anyone interestedcan
by the,addition of thousands Church'. K. H.- Church. South ,aed Tt boon 'to,the'** I. 'Qr,11m1te4 *
S ..' If paper JOB .inspect'them, army'sfabl
of,visitors. mostly of the wealth- ._ '
Baptist Man*, and thr* 1* very,Mttl live .
ass. who ,to enjoy'the : tea eeBd 1m Smr too,
,; test a come; jaiLs AND PRODUCTS mock ta th* eountry On th* other -.
Ideal eUmate and the* finest fishing In Wtrnocf,' KB A Lr.-; ..
fi% -- riad. It ft U desired to ngic ta ta* ,. .
the world. To. 'accommodate theeeTtaftora < The:prindpai(;Indastry ta this MOo' niltur* of efim* fratts.plaeapples.va- e .. ., "
,there'are nwneroaa 'hotel* tioa Is the trowing of trait sad wIatar -. doss',tropical *r' ami-troptcal'fruit, Aral __ aB_ L. L IVlcNei

a4 beerttet haw principal among : vegetable. f or.th* Nonhsra'carkt the-growing vegetables at the Mason

,,1d4'1I1h atately Hotel Royal Palm *. Tontttoea form:the staple,crop, *Of die year when an.othr pets.

ut the grand new Halcyon HaUJbothIn'alM bat there ar* large''cu auu. of other f) t** ermfrr.an ta th* grip ot win W.TltJlNo 1 :_ .'j".,

v .aesse.te grandeur,and aotadUUe vegetables- ";grown. ""sue*'a*' tomatoes. iff. tkl* sMdon offer dddd adraat- nfleeoth Street Wat, of-Ayenie D. -

; leamodaUi. *' egg'plant Lbesas', *te. Th i.icrY": any-..hr.. portion' of.taw 'need to ,seal |to 7ackaonTlll er
'Tke popalaUoa la'eo.moyolItu. ererery planting season" :ectenda' from ;about -' elsewhere for weJdl&c tarttatlou, aaaoaneementa Miami. -. :Fla. r

'etate'ta the Union fmraUhlnt October.!to laaaary IS aid the bulk :Ualtod"X:1"j'' j I I '(or'taney, atatloaery.'The ,, ,
potted repreaentaUTea An ails. of the shipments are slat North from +. -. MetropoUa to do this work
"II prepared.
atrabU, fanIp'elemeat. la unknown. ",- Nofembtr,uaUl.May; 'although, then' it J*CaHmg cards. handaomety;: printed (tee the Very J.a'r''., ,,We.are mereto 1--"'.

-- CUMJLTH: being practically no Jlffcrue ta th* at, the HetropoUa' s.offloa..', ... I guarantee you aatlifartlon., .

'Writing' from personal. atperlence.r. gesso. ,-', seeds. ,may"be" planted" or"T* > 'S '}LF.: Scfitggs &CEil
after Tlaltlng California and other.sea" stable gathered any day ta the year.( : '.

p ,s' ',UoU" .where"climatic.:coadiUona are. 'Vegetables re'cr ... usually,on'th*'
'ter considered at their beet ire can n1i..:* prairie lands, which" ant free Iron.' .
r" ttatlngly soy thai Miami hat the moct' Umber,and are_composed, 'of_ a' kind' of.-,' YI, SPBCIl1/. Plumbing,, Steam

4 ;perfect winter.cUmate.In the;Unlte.l" mari -i ;t r arid GasFitting

State, Cold. almost unknown'even thtu are'Kl"Owu'OR' :!pta lands, .
; .the slightest frost being-very; rare: which are slightly higher ,than the 11i ;

The .warmth:of summer iatempered"by" prairies,''and ta.this section very rocky i PLUMBERS SUPPLIES, ETC
breeSea from the. This coral formation
the eoollng At rock la a peculiar

Issue:and 'the. highest.temperatureeecorde4 containing a great deal of plant f o.sf 816. Avenue D : :: : Miami. Fla
!by the conium thermometer aa evidenced by the fact that la'many rrr,INl et.' sari,fle+ -
during.the summer months Is tt.. plieee:orange and other fruit tree ar* ,
:roc NTH to 'bet seen'Deanna thriftily though J

,The.dty ranks among the first lah apparently'stynfllng on.a'IOI eI'platt

( United States ta'point;of'health- of..this rock. Being of:a porous. oihoneyeombed ..,

,, There la enttn.freidom from malaria,,,1 :structure ,the. root*:oil M. ,J. YarboroughContractor *
-and there are no"preraUlng diseases.'*,the trees ors enabled to penetrate It Atlantic Coast LineFlorida

.Ta N.aflmenta,which'are. common. to ..d'dra.. ample sustenance from whai and BuilderBuieder ]
aB part of ,th* eountry aeeca to_b* would appear to lie a vary unpromla* I .
3' her robbed.U part,of their. power, aa tag aomrc ,This rock, by the way, THROUGH 8CHBDULK '1" '
5 .* 'nasally! appear la'a mfld fona ntakM a beautiful and durable. bun. ( of the Palm' Beach, dote! '-

ad rarely liar* th* bid'egeets. which log material'sad the new court moue ; Georgia, Alabama Virginia, North Carolina 11

'Esns:'la ,ta* ,'wak* ,**C !Ib'' .....I sad jail a* wH a* awreral rkieaeeish and South Carolina { House, Moving, Specialty!

,1MTble acariet terer.a4. 4tpnkMwav .. th*.*lty,.bulH.of this It.oMan: The"great Highway, of Travel between
3 Florida t
: : ''r1& .e i wM> typlollfavor mach adnor4. by an visitors It sled Miami ',
la rarWy heard uL ,It I'* a 4eatrM .1, akw.tb* taost road aaatarlal.'taw: -'{

4A' a 'plaee for. those' sufferta' ,from j world, sal Dad county had all ota Florida[ aid the East aid. West. North aid South

'leg travbl, asthma,., atarrh aad ass ta th* 8t&tt'ta nUHais sod ends ..
"+ -oar Blsusei, which are. 'prevalent. tton.ether highway,, -

ii haslet.e/"It. afaT persoa at-1 The felts,eultrratod an. ,chiefly'
I afatnifleent Oa
Convenient gerrioe. Klegant Pullman Equipment, Dining Miami
faded with these lUg bars some her .grip ri*; :oraagw. and 'ptacapplea.coaraa Decorating Comps

<.sal ban been cured er greatly'bona mangoes.,arocado pears aid I

.**. Of nouns.this is aot the case ,lime are largely produced but beinjtadigecoua i Route of the > DIXIE FLYER 11.si sad Sips ;s

ta erery.hwtaac.-People, 'die-her*,'asthcfSdo !1' 'to the.country, they thrive Celebrated V FLORID.V AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

: ererywher* .ls* No eou try j with Uttl*:or:no cultivation.., -Cttrii. Trains' j MONTGOMERY, L.J AND N. tiiaIPaper

k .has yet bees discovered where people treesww.reelntre.ttom: three to nv* .- \ '
/are Immune from death and dlseas*. years*,after planting to'JII'O.lIe' fruit.Pleappiea t Hanging and Kabominlng '

t At.tk. acme Urn. It may be trathfaHy which grow L.on"V: 'plant OOlfnNmlIT METHOD.OF TBAVE1JNG. Agency Peal's Wan Papers.. r
r said that.th* condition tending somewhat resembling the cactus, lad > -
Line thousand mile tiekrts good over UJOOO miles of rail
Atlantic Coast( ODe
s to general Ttealthramesa. ar* as favor which are propagated.by. ,setting slips road embracing all portions of the Sooth on sale at all ;principal agencies Can or write for Estimates. Office 1315 Av
able as in W **ctlon of the country, or suckers,.bear'fralt ta .18',months: rat of ttt*.., United to one year from date of purchase. For fall,complete .
and reliabl*information regardlar races.schedule. *, Pullman.. service. .use.
mostTTJTTntH planting In this ,
tar so than to after *ecUonrtaey
iV -
# t., tad .. I. ,- Writ, I.FraikC.'BoylstouDust.Pus'Agt .'
?,.; x't sus em'the open; there'belwrio: : ., W.D.Stark,traveling Pass.'Agent Subscribe, for the Daily Metrojxil ':
".o, c medera, : eons.,necessity for protection" from cold, Ii4Ws'b'theiosen .: .- :-US\!.'Bay flutes JtckManlle.Fla.us .

,55. :__W'abo : li:Jmerio:,Tr.llaiager ...W J.Crai |(ea'l.l a.onger Ags.
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