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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 13, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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,r. f,So W.tawler,, Succeeds Rev. Fred Pasco as Presiding Elder Birmingham. Ala$.. Dec. 13 '- The Messrs., J. H. Tatum A: Co. have At Long Key at Early Hour Yesterday Morning-Engineer' / J.

District mixing"house' of Lthe Dupont Powder within the last three day sold sevenvacant Ross was and' .
*;t, of, the East,Coast accidentally Painfully Probably Fatally Burned s
1. : works was blown up this lots, aggregating the sum
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morning at abo Hll:30, near Boyles, five thousand Jo'.lars.: T
GOVERNMENT IIGIVING
v Key West First Cburch'-. A.Harrison. 'b'! l
eight miles nort "of this city. The sales are a lot on Seventh street WITTE CHANCE -

Chapel- C..C. Four white me&Jand one,negro were. for Joseph RamsdeU to Peter Nelson, '
fc L. D.. LOWE BACK Key West Spark's SL OF IT UNKNOWN
killed by the force of the explosion Petersburg. Tuesday morning CAUSE .
Cedt who 1s building a residence'there. j
: which was felt for miles aronnJ. The! The restoration of communication
Key WestJIemorial church W.A. 1 A Jot on Thirteenth street'west of '
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victims"were blown to picej, particlesof with points abroad luted only a few ) l'
the 'Skaggi
Myres. postofflee to Dr. P. T.
their bodie king found In the trek: hours. The cable was soon eat and ,
Trinldad -M. DomIn- t
Key WesU This is fine business property antl
Methodist tops lone distances from the scone of dispatcher must again be forwarded Ross :
Miami Putor of ( Says 'he" did '
l.M gnes. ': was bought at a good round snm as .I"not'. Strike;
the disaster. f by the couriers to the Oermaa'froDt, I -
141uI0Ii.To: be ; | "
Key Largo npopUecL an Investment., j '
f Church, Sooth The noise wasjheard In Birminghambut i A lot n Tenth stret betweu C andb. ier. | :Match In Hold! 0r

'the details i learned_ ; and the government li breathing freer ,
.were meagre r "
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Biscayne Bay -.To be supplied by for 18 ephen Blundy of Cle.elu4J'oar I ,
-' ; and the full extent of the oSamaie'aot.:" with fighting chances that WItte maybe I .. '
07Sharp; '
B. 1 >ts I to Bq View addition to '
J yet foarned. < ,1 able to ater a way throat the dif I 1
':; li j Lemon, City To be supplied. R, a party i ho will arrive within a week tf..

'tloa :Solicited .the,Aaw ; ,Delrayl: J,.,Oser. ..,.. ,, a-H.' 'J, ) to improve and build'on same. Gcult,.The threat of a general strikeIn When ho Went to''Investigate;
lf the Immediate
'4d Miami L. D. ''Lowe. ; _. .... I 'QR '" Ie 'I''I'tJ future baa disappeared '

: lt&fflent--Mr. Pisco'sSdccM- i 'West Palm Beach =H/:mee. '.. ")--.'.;:.:: 'i: J ti", 4i i'f tMIAMi\ SCHOOL"'" INDICTED FOR ..aGRANTING and the telegraph_ strike Is goingto Smellof 6isolin Fire Follow
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I ,' n pieces. '

:wr said to be tan Eloquent i,'1'oI FOrt 1tiea.' Pierce" and' Stuart-'T.-'T... w l: will. Entertain i ;Their Parents ,and \ ,' FREE PASSES' ed d.Eitplooioi' sad Vessel ,was

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rpesicet-weirxaowa' & Here.p Indian River Mission To 'be supplied ,Friends at Auditorium' Tetnerrow' : ... Chlcagp. Den IS The federal Jurjyurned JILL TO ABOLISH' Completel1.C um d. =
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! ".- ." Oliver Fans.ntnsvffle 'HI.htitJt ProfiraM f t .taT're Indictments against CANAL COMMISSION t
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} r." Circuit W.; F. Alton. tne Chie go and Alton Railway Company Washington Dee. 13: Representative -

!;) ** New Bymrna and Port Orange -..., J. The folowlng-s' the program to be an against two former officers Mann of Illinois, today Introduced .

[fJUshop Candler presiding at the H. Glazier.Daytona rendered by the:pupils of the .."eapacraole. of the'company for the granting of a bill abolishing the Isthmian Canal jA most distressing accident octwrr-

J. E., Mlckler. Miami Public School tomorrow free 'transportation to the employees Commission and giving the President -
'e odist; Conference sitting at Ocala, e4 at Long Key early yesterday .
DeLaad a.'L. Honlker.Fmitland night Dee. 14. ifE the School Auditorium f the of Schwanchlld Snlzabeger. discretion to place the work of morn
announced the following appoint under the juupices of Miss Ruth liE Jhh InC In which the auxiliary, schooner '
the
To be supplied. a packing firm to wnlch canal building with one of the executive -

'- i'fore" the ensuing- year:'. Yolnsla To be supplied by W. RIckards assisted by the primary department are also alleged to nave granted re departments, and to .operate Mount Pleasant was totally destroyed

;iTanb'-District.- 'J.I'E. 'WO- Landed. under Miss Eunice McCnl-' bates. I the Panama railroad through the aid her englner;-A.- J. Ross, serious- -

t' a.' presiding- elder. Palatka J. F. BelL lough: .!f! I same meaDLCATHOLIC W. If not fatally burned. .
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I"ahassee -W.;W. Poage. Missionary to Cuba a.W.'Baker Christmas Alphabet) Twenty-six WiLLIAN E CO RRY I I The accident was due to an explosion

Gainesville DistrictF. primary pnpl's.1fj| WILL NOT RESIGN' CLERGYMEN of gasoline in the hold of the beat
Smith Bardln. V I I
.;WontlceHo R. Bridges presiding! elder. EUctric Ragg;{Spoils- Lilian Elntg New Yorkjtec. IS-The Herald says DEMAND AUTONOMY bat how It got there win 'be -

';Leon'" Circuit A. )S.' Minn.EQuiney .' 'GalnesvCIe T. J. Ntxoc..Alachua Ruth Holy, Helen Kaufmann. Marie it was stated in official headnarte a kbown-
Warsaw. Dec. 13 In of
: a meeting
: J. A. Eendry., w:. B. Treska. 81kes.Lyda Masters. Josephine Honser"yesterday that William E. Cora wil been left open or It leaked net of the

J'jQulncy' Circuit F. Stelnmyec La Crosse Mission To be supplied and Fred Enoe1exhlbltor.Recitation not' resign\ as president of the Unk 417 Catholic clergymen he Russian tank. Mr. Rosa It 1s.saldf 'l1Dene4
Poland resolved! this demand
morning to
[f Gadsden, Circuit. T. A. Taylor. by J. V. Brown. Verna Lynn Dean. StatesSteel Corporation and that t: e for Poland's parliament gssollne In the engine room and 'went "

'j. High .Springy;, Circuit,- \M. H.Ont- Comedy -"Twn's Practical Joke" directors paramount in its affairs < 0 autonomy own to Investigate, the cause. He had
f.Weukeenah Circuit C. W.Mathlson. in a general secret ballot the
Jiist
: Harrison, Mildred Romfh. Inside
land. Vendollne not expect the resignation. gotten when the explosion
|;,MiJCayClrcut,- B. H.',Fremincis ., 1 abolition of capital punishment and I
Starke and Waldo C. W. White. Edward Batler.| occurred and he was enveloped la

I Concord_Circuit G. S.,Roberta 8. Boag'Tanke Doodle" Twenty-six BATTLESHIP LOUISIANA the amnesty of political prisoners. lames With great presence of mind -e.
Continued on Pare i
,4B'ue Creek',Circuit To be ,supplied. I primary pupils.'|| OUT SCREW TESTIC G he rushed.from his confined position

-:Bristol-'To'be supplied. ty'T. B. Dialogue 'f nntry Boy and City I Rockland. )Ie.. Dec: 13 The now and Jumped overboard.thus extlngniah- ;

' llf'7; JOHN H.. GORE Dude" -;IWinieilcAlI8ter; and Louis battleship Loullana. left her mooringsher GONFFDERAfES lag the dames though not before he

iu Cofc fp; .h6 bad been terribly burned about, the f
;JlAttcffia Circuit A. P. 3 trr., this morning for the screw id- "

;r Mayo Circuit-'A. L.:WpodW d. Recitation -: TVendolIne Harrison. ardization tests over the Owli Head HOLDING REUNIONIT head, hands and feet.
ON WITNESS ROCK()( General"Thirty I Several
Chorus- "The Greatest contract calls! other members of the crew
The
JCVd. Town Mission -To be supplied, .. measured course. I .
-,D_l T., KcDaJi.eL' t Seventh grade pupils. for e'ghten knots.PRESIDENT were( slightly burned and ,lOOn after 7
R. N. Comedy ":The!! Discontented 'Sis! I the explosion occurred the vessel was
Mission
;Perry and Taylor Q "
a ters"-Verna Lynn Dean Susie Pope la names, and burned to the waters'
iaers, one to be supplied by J. W.Madlsoa ;'" AND NEGROES
Alma LIndgren|Jennie WhltnalL edge an hour afterwards. As soon 44
COULDNT AGREE IS ESTIMATED THAT BETWEEN
TELLS OF RECEIPTS PREMIUMSAND Solo Miss.Simpson.> thereafter a., possible": Mr. 'Ross, the
i'--. D'.iA.. Cope. i- ,. -- : Washington Dee. 12 -.President r .
: EARNINGSLOF PRUDENTIAL" Little -Petp! !1I1th Tableau. i TWO AND THREE THOUSAND ,injured engineer was put, aboard the .
Circuit.W.L' Gray Gordon of the Howard TJnversIty tendered
FancyMarch;;rlth Posing Misses t tug L. H. Pelton and brought to thecity
(eat Madison Circuit-T. C. Brad- NY'INDUI resignation today as the ,fesuit CONFEDERATE VETERANS WILL
INSURANCE COMP Sawyer, Godwin; Schofield. Harrison I for assistance. The tux arrive
: of a recent revolt among the negro
Wahon;:' Pope Barney )(0- early In the night and medical assist J,
Jenkins,:; | ATTEND THE REUNION WHICH
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Cru4aL'CrawfordTlDe TRIAL INSURANCE IS EXPERIMETAL"
IN
:jCarrabene students,'who, objected to certain I '
Nee Lane, Bakef. Stelnhanser, Single- slice was at once given the suffering
circuit: ,-a To be sup of Tils news regarding the negro raje. OPENS IN JACKSONVILLE TODAY j
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) :,FORM. ton, Adams Campbell Halnlln. man.
I by F. J.- ,J.Patterson. '
'" I i { His face hands and feet found'
," _,_ t a .....t. I were '

A>aistlahmore i To be supplied by 3.- 8. '; .,. .. RUSSIAlEfUSES RELEASE I i Vackened and" burned and. his'..;. v

: ,closed.' He was conscious and talked cs K
er. '
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x r .pls DL'as'on -- CT. Coie- New,York, Dee.' 12,-John H. Core, ..:Jacksonville. Fla. Dee. 13 According 1 Timely! ," even smiling to tie,'doctor.when ;

actuary ;of'the Prudential InsuranceCo. .RUSTA THE LABOR LEADER to a conservative estimate told of how he Jumped overboard '

Jacksonville District'' was the first witness called to the there are between 2.000 and 3,000 members I and how the skin pulled off his hands _

stand'today,:.with the opening of the when friends went to help him out of'ifT1e 'ff
HUbnrn elder.: .
kp: preslJing of the Florida State Division;
cksonvflle First Jl.1lrch.1.. .B. Insurance !investigation. -' water. He declared that,he did.. |
Sew Workmen United Confederate Veterans, and oth- strike match when went .C?
submitted a statement Where Publicly Proclaim o General Strike-Situation i iot a .he }
Jaeksonvine Riverside R. R. Bar tie dividend, paid oa Industrial ,Insurance ,upon' -- : er visitors from differentparts of Investigate the case of the strong

by,' his t,company and saidthat. low; Approves a Stago' of Civil War and Con-. the state in the city to attend the '.smell of gasoline, and that the explosion -

=JacksonvICe Springfield and Central me amount paid into the Prudential If j! annual reunion of the Florida DivisionU. Is a mystery: to him. He was made a
since the organization! in premiumswas ditions are Host Grave.St. as I comfortable as possible and the at-,
>< Mission T., J. Navsworthy7aekson.ille I C. V.. which opened here today. '
St-MataeWa -.. T.. two hundred and eighty-seven mil I [ft I!:tending physician expresses the belief. ,
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The city is in holiday attire and all -
lion dollars., 'la' the same .period '/' Paul !t itt he win recover. ijg
Petersburg 13 -Tlae Work.mel1' prisoned In the SL Peter and St. '
jaeksonvine Hlgnway Avenue- 'and earnings were,set pUt fromi the premiums /Dec. public buildings! as wen as many business ,Mount Pleasant was owned by *
attempt at rescue 'l'
to an
demanded the fortress prevent
stf aa- J. Lawton Moon. __ i .to. the amount of nlneten and Council yesterday: the leader of the I which'would only result In blo d- houses and private residences k '.. E. C. Railway Company and |y

BwHl Mteslon- T, M.;White.T :a;half millions*,nlnetjtwo'mlUionswer. : release of Krutaeff.called on Procurator I shed. The situation in the Baltic provinces ,I are dcorated with- flags in honor of. was, engaged,as a dispatch: boat and -p

rnandlna>-H;, B. Partridge... I .=pild* to-pollcyholders :and theE workmen and hater)kr. who refused. I I Is the most grave of the Em the veterans. The local veterans and i ferry,between this city and the camps vi

and CrandaH M.- T.en part aside from that paid,to Kamlahan I t citizens In general have made every of the extension. She bad formerlybeen
-;Kings Ferry, spokesaraa of the Workmen'scommitte i pire's conditions. f fIt | '-
: '.ders was one hundred and The effort to make this reunion the most a smack belonging to the fleet of
the Government
general i approaches civil war and
.
Callahan J. Taylor. minion., -thenJhreatened] a has ben forced to appoint Interesting and successful :ever held fog ft: Cros'snd and was sold by>>
mnted.! -
-Lake BnUer W. 8. McMannen. r He,'said that the Industrial Insurance strike if the request was not : general with sweeping! in this State and ha"e'prepared an them to the railroad company. ;e
that he.would a governor
Cove and MJddlebnrg -" J. in this country is in an experimental The Procuratorepted;! The elaborate program for the entertainment t' The: Mount Pleasant, was 64.S.feet ,
order.
Green to restore govern ,
if the wholeworld powers; .
MCRae. .stage and the companies reCrd -' not release KrusUleff I of the visiting veterans. long, 21.4 breadth. I.. depth and was ..
realizes that crushing
; ment
Hastings Mission-T. J. KenneDy.lenny .,t it "ece.w'to hold large'funds struck.nnderstod'that||| Krustaleff is im. ing rebellion by force Is not aUftlelfnt::: .' One of the principal festurfs of the Built 'at E: iott's Key in 1$OL ''8n.r*

Mission A. 'M. Ken-!t:in order to meet, the possibly It is reunion will' be'a grand paraJe. in was registered at Key West and was ,,

demands. hea"'j wh'.ph the o'd captured Confederate 49 gross and 46 net tons. About three t

'Lake City -- I. C. Jenkins., .. MISS BLQliNT STILL IN LEAD IN nI flags once carried by Florida troops years I ago the Mount Pleasant was pur-. 1

Columbia Clreult f-. L.,CJowson.hlte" Increased Their,Space i during the civil war and recently returned ,cnaned'by Foes A: Crosland.: for Dhlngl
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Springs Circuit'J.. B *rs.vTelborn Owing to results being so abundant. i METROPOLIS T\PEWR1TER CONTEST I I to the State will be displayed. >urposes> and one year ao was fitted ;'

Circuit:= T:;L.; Z.Barr. ITa e es'fuI"JI'. C. Brossler &:. Son. I i,, irlth a twenty-five horsepower StaaJi.rd .

,forf White Circuit=-P, M. C.Eads. real estate, dealers, nave decided ,to I JOHN GEARINSUCCEEDS gas enrtne: which mad service

3F., Fletcher.Jr, preacher. double,//their space In the Metropolisan than 20,009( rotes.j If MITCHELL 4 ratlab'e.!n all k'nds of weather. She
with not less
Bti&W In the standings Lout I I
Like:Oak H.. DutTL, J.like tbe'earlr worm rjtch all the There Is change "I' liad ven'splendld service and It had
fall to s ndhe ,
vote do not
7lne Mountain Mission'."--" H., 'Sere business, there! s going. This firmh.'ben of the sevlral acndtdates In the j ou hare a S&'em Ore., Doc. 13 Governor l en planned by the company to taket
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In business'but a short tk2a Metropolis' typewriter: r;'a contest though ,' -t In for your choice as all of i'Chamberla'n to-lay announced the appointment ( t he single engine ani lastal! two

1'-)1. ,F.,Mason., though they have had most gratifyingeuccesas'snd the four leaders-have i | advanced In I Dung' ladles In the race are Jeacrv ng I:; of John Jf. Gearln. of Portland fffty horsepower each and "oulJ A

ton ,Circuit -|W.-JT.; ea'e. : made a number- valuable totals jfls Blount first; MUa and the,prze well worth having. to succeed the late John H.Mit Rivet her rrr-eat .pH' their
and.ManJaHn'Jl1,1onTo and. important sales.rKBaneroftBome totals today are as follows: fe, chell! as United States Senator. tf Tip. accident Is jcrneraHy, regretted -
Quarterman'.thlrd'
... ., -- Bums.secondf| tl8s ; .. .. .. .. 12 : all of
r snppWedr .?! T, Duncan.p ,_ !'f. Sites\ B'ount : : 1 al'. especially the boaTmen. +

MdltA Florlla! Christian Advocateb ;:- ;'ll tead, has sufficiently and Miss Corpea, fourth, Mils Burns .. .. .. .. .. .. .' 1252 COURT OF APPEALS horn C'Outpnd'tbat If properly\ handed s

.,Paseo.' 'recovered; from'the effects J But nine dais: more remain for the Mss Quarterman ,. ., .. .. .. 7U AGAINST HEARST there h no danger whatever of sJM

Conference )Mlssfonarr Secretary a,bad fal here some,four weeD ago the contest a* -W closes December 24. Miss Corpew .. .. ..' ,. .. .. 45S I ra IIo1ne f'XnIM'Dr, and they'. assert'' e',

t F'<'f.a"rlaae.: ; ta'Whlchj I : t hejrecelved a:sprain! ,,to a Christmas even!:jftlght, but In this short City' of Miami .. .. .; .. .. ., 1*23 Albany N. Y. Dec. 13- "The Court bat th's' accident, l ke al' others,. is

.... East Coast District' knee, and, the", hip, to return to her time is It lIketi;there will be a'heavy' M>st.Wilson .. :... .... ..,. '.. 33 ,of Appea's today decided the'.ballot \ !ne either to Ignorance or careles-'

./'W.3.iwler.preriding'aide=l. -_ :__ ;: olltas of. baOoli, ..and .the winner go. Miss Sloan. .. ......,,'....<,n_..'...'. 110 I box cases against W i.R.'Hearst. :lessen handlingJbe.deadly' fluid. tr
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I's- B. B. TATCM, PJtE IDEST." S. Bono DEAX, SEG-TREA& -

THE ,.flAMI ,PRINTING COMPANYThe i AND FANGP(; a Everybodyshould

most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. j :

!11ew York; Dec. ,
-C* PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 13Everr woman'sheir t .
[ delight in pretty house gowns
clItccunos..uES apt negligees, for which all sort of see. our display of'r

r ... T..r ny Man' .15,00 Three Month........'.........11:5 njsterlaU are used from silk to figured '- Useful' and

1Ia" ........................ E60 O. 11'ee".'by C-rrier........ OO cbbil:le. from the embroidered lineD : Onamental. ( ,
to5fhe_:+ cheaper cotton goods.. But all I I
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l Advertising{ Rates made known on application. are made with an eye to harmony '
". coloring and daintiness of trimming. 4 Xmas PresentsOur

TELEPHONE 7ft. FFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING |Ii"l.n attractive house dress was denveloped I

Itr end 434 Twelfth 8tr *t. Opposite the Court Heu.. ,., in a pale green figured nuns- Sa .
Jllng. A silk lining of
'deeper
t .. WEDNESDAY:, DECEMBER 13. 1905 -- shade was used for the foundation. f\\ lllne

Two tucks at each side of the front I is Complete and the

t AMERICAN SHIPS. aod back turned from the center. !,
a Those at the back were stitched to I
The President makes reference to the merchant marine In h's message the waist line and those In to prices i are low j

n He thinks that a "great and prosperous merchant marine" U indispensable yoke depth. The center front front Is made I oW: I
i' to 'the spread of..our trade,In 'peace and the defense of our flag In war," with '.0. .
: a broad bop'alt.
,.. --- c-The teIIl
r thai' there would be' commercial advantage In having "ships of" our, own open*"at the aide of the front The I Rugs, lylatting, ,Linoleum, Reed i ;
i. and seamen of our own to"convey our'good* to neutral market, and that (
neck.is finished with a ,standing collaft .
I and
It 1* a "source of regret and uneasiness to us that the line of communication Willow chairs, Sideboards
.Extensions on the back are fold.ed'nader ,
with oar sister-Republics of South America should be. ,under ,foreign
at the renter of the back and China Closets:
"' control.. But he 'makes' no recommendation., .TOIeph?B. Choate. In a the effect'of Dining Chairs ;and
:" ; two box plait I* given I
$ In New Tork the other night said It'wai'hnmiliating'to an American '
Speech
which
sweep out Into a train. The Tables beautiful
l l oak Bed
t: d sen tor live abroad and i serer see th'j' rig of the 'county flying on any sleeve RgomSuits
.1 fall at the
top sad I* drawn
1:: ship cave a war vessel or private yacht, and gave it as'his opinion that r
Into 2
a dole.eu1f. ook' ase Chiffonie z
there were two methoda oPen for balding ,np our merchant;marine;.either 11.1 elaborate ? s end ,
,more; gown wa made
Uaat'we give a subsidy to ship builders or that wo open our porU to ye..ellWheryerthq Warbrdbe f
American to' purchase them'an.! of| two part The nnderdress of ; ; in fact everything, to
allow
; Dahlia
ayiebunttsnd colored silk like the plain od- ,
bring them free of duty*into hI'c untrr; "W do'not-believe that any fashioned gored wrapper, extended make home beautiful, 'comfortable IJ1
'? of'the wfll endorse a' ship eubildy bill but we do -
urge body people ever from,neck.to foot; A beautiful yoke 'j *
he'leve that tree entrance of ship purchased abroad would be Indorsed., ofjcream. lace : i
ct"Alencoa added
11'1'; ,
Every man[who-think* or e&reI.u.JthIni'about'the extension of his &i & a .deep ;flounce of cream chiffon R ilia. "Iv i ... .. '
country1 s commerce la Interested In seeing a merchant marine developed and f ,
d tbe41t atthe; bottom.:Over this '" '" J '
U4ii>try ahortIghUd policy}wblcb, endeavor to stifle this development, was-worn an overdress.which looked -- ; ,,,.'. [ .We have y them in all ,sizes and 0 cit 1 1incarnat'on
I 0118 which affects'the whole commercial life of the'natlon.. In order to protect much like a tightly fitting Boat: taateu- 8t ;. n

how; eompeddon jC few1 snip building''concern In thI."countr: )= ed under the arm and hiding. the nI,I o .o. .V .- : I kinds.C Woo The President ought to bare had the nerve in bin message to lay theo dersllp all=but the yoke and flounce, fsl: ; r.g :

laV nt\O the'proteeted.3attretr? and advise Congress pass a bill A shawl collar of fur finished and outlined ;t puss 150 oil ,heaters, marked ibvr:! d

permitting 'American' citizens' to purchase ships wherever they want' to.' the*bottom of the joke and the k t "' ,> .... '' J,..... j, 'f
je.. That the quickest i best: surest and fairest"way:io'do' that-'which ,public great flowing sieve*-an ,Idea Introduced !
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consideration! demand shall be done. ? this season b one of our prom-I. t ; 1

inent actresses-were a'so edged with : Full line of Japanese hand painted Vases .
,' JOURNALISTIC this fur. Under these were worn .nn- =;
ENTERPRISE..
dersleve of silk withtiny, friE of
A'German e.11iOr.1w bit upon a new. Idea.In. practical Journalism. He d/Aleneon lace. The overdress wasmade :! I Cake Plates Salad Dishes,. etc. 1.r

U mindful of the utility" of his paper for making parcels and especially for of-cream colored wool chiffon .

Li tying, ap the'' popular'sausage. So he addresses his feminine patrons In pad was fastened to.the nnderdress on Call and Inspect the goods, no trouble fo show:them. ) :
Wi these tenus: You have often complained to us, dear readers and especially i brat; : the armholes. I .
dear housewives .that our piper smell of printer's Ink and Is therefore ||The liking for fur on house dresses! :

unsuitable, for carrying butter, sausages and fresh bread. Eager to meet !.tii one of the fads of the season; but ,
t your-wishes, dear friend and household fairies, we have decided to publish furs are now so treated that they are
twice a week an issue which will' be printed only on*one Bide so that the fiery light In weight, ware their I.ij :

other will be available for.those, domestic uses. And> ,In, order,that you shall warmth"j has not been lessened W. Wa tson

lose no reading matter' these particular numbers will be dduble the ordinaryChaster llwhen becoming to the figure, the
4 a! erI empire dress that hangs In straight
ties from the much
yoke are favors -

S. Lord, managing< editor of the \ew York Sun, has no superiorand "' '. fl v. Pf ; $ .r .

very few"' :equals a, the maker of a newspaper' in detail., He recent'ycelebrated'bis' "fit must be made with a, body i I"-

,twenty-fifth'year of,service In hU present position, and. onthat'occasion h g consisting of back, and dartfront p= J'
received many tributes: to his .worth. Mr. Laffan remarked UPon which are lard the shield shaped or like Phoenix of old,

that '1t was always a,supreme satisfaction! 'to- the editor-lnchtef and proprietor yoke to' which Is attached the fulliiilrt. rises from its for It is

., -to go away with the kn lI'ledge-that, )fr.. Lord .wae' In. charge. Mr. The skirt Is of three piecestiro --'. still with'us. le A Few of Our
'Edward P. Mitchell, chief editorial writer on .the'Sun. with whach'he'has Joined in the back and coming The shirt waist the fancy blouse .
been connected: 'for t.hIrtf"jeara and who is one of the brightest: and best round under the arms. shlrrings Join- Is a too of dress .

editorial: .writers Iii America'paM-tuVtributeto_ : ,to ..Mr Lord/Every'nlghc: Ing'It to the yoke, these meet a front a too accommodating, feature of newBty'es'to
) :0, of'his ten thousand nights of service has been" a Trafagaror a" Waterloo. piece tucked In boxplalt which are 'be"soon banished from the Ar tact/ve I II

He 1w' fOUlbt ten 'o o a D4":tattles'7galnst the world, the flesh and the stitched to the waist line,' and then well-arranged wardrobe.
cevT: rthi'iromin ppllcUt the tefactory citizen, the liar at the other end fir in loose folds to the feet. The As ;yon 'go through the stores yon

i > of the wire and, the'te! thbnsanJ 'demons which make up the great army djres* was'made of :Mordore, ,brown find1 many1 material are offered for

of nervous prostration." ,Thai ..'atrlb t -D1 ".".gtag; editor can"appre Crepe Leda and Persian bands outlined their construction. | There are white
I. ciate.. On'y: those"who'bare had-the'experience can know the.trials and !! :the; yoke and lI'ere' carried over l linen which are, wrstigble'fo wear .vestments J

: tribulaUojs) that, beSet the man"who1 locks'after the making of a dallynewpaper' the shoulder A standing collar finishes with the morning nit, there are, the :. '

:; In general and,to"detail. -,,-_ a tt ,. ,. the neck.. The sleeves of a two wool' basUstes anq'srooi crashes, theself ..,e .,c.jl :
.. ,, .. piece lining have arranged npon.them embroidered white good of every 1
tIn an iddresi at" the annual'banqueof- New York baakerili' r/"JosephH. : an ,upper aleeve In a full puff to the description and eaTl'. "Fo'.Iowltsc'ose fl.fc BFS.f .&,fS'on offer, tome specially'[attractive fa-T'

H.' Chaste pat thl.tribute" to'pabileffyrA'TubUertlb the true source ofafsty bow! ,tower part., being: -a deep upon the white f'otu'come those rentments in inteiytearing property} 'boih"+in the rciiy\i\
la al transactions and enterprise elpecaU: ,of a'Sdaclaryeharagter.k close cuff.which last may be despencedwith with printed design* and the mohair ,and lt'e[:solicit !
As'tfsagfeeable *** tuf'disclosures, so-called high finance may be. I hope for, a deep fall of lace. v plaid:'; Y country. :, correspondence! OJ! the following*;
tJi' will"continue"nntn the Is'shed la ( : i Cather'ne Mann ,Payzant gist, ,and we dotty '''at-lor an.-invcstmenit ran- r
: ): light In every dark corner; for the more !JjA new dreuing sack always: cep ; you f nd
'a aivhln=ant thorough;the;:Kay be the more certain are they"to lead to eeptable to 'eery, woman( and one f / no where in this country ,aplace tkal. ;'will yield you asj,

f the b.Uei jiecuiity "and the'greaUr honor of.''ours financial community here seenj the,Bother tdaypwoaldappeart jtothe Governor,;N.B, Broward on last much: Jgi tAe! ,moneyi'investedl, as' right here.. We kare.t.
.her"A. few jars sentences.. would afro help ome.' 'smatear jflremmakerif' :
-' '. .. Satarday nlghtretkins oved J. W. Per-
f -' citrus proved,viva[ ,
: .' ;- |It I* made In the Umona style.:Upn are netting romnershandsome in/tr f-

Watercress,, 'a'borse"16 'yein old.was: fold, in,New York a few day < a well-fitting, pointed yoke of from the office jof counts solicitorof I(est on'the moifey invested, We 'Aart,city property, both naidenre = '
' ago for. 71000. This ls saIJ to be th' hz| cst price: ever, 'paid for a.stal pompadour! sl'k. Is loosely arranged Volnsla county because he had neglected -
'lion:;.ucept' {that"paid for 8t BlaUe,'=100,00011!! The" largest- sum ever paid '4" hip length skirt embroidered[ ,.his duty In prosecuting...certainvio'ator and business. tlzjl ,1s'piigirig as march ai"20 per cent:k
"' for a horse at auction lws* 1187.000 tot Flying Fox! : 'some time and nothingless than< 10 cent. ':' yoief'
race .. -, ... KnnVvelllng. The bottom of the of the law. For I per ,\\ cart prove,to :
f. dressing .achy the flowing!! sleeves'and past\effort. It 1* j'ueged,- had been that $5000 invested.here will bring you in sift ;n.r.omeoJil.
fr-* Thm 1sarWoman'a'Club'la :DesMoIne: Which II'knowa'as the Chauncey the yoke are outlined with bee Insertion made to, get, Mr. Perkin* to file in *
4 Depew" Club,'and:its motto "Quality rather than quantity: fewer but through which I* drawn'velvet' formation'against certain violators of ,$868,per annum or,a little oifrl6Jdndfwo.thirds.pei r.'cell'

better.babies. 'Not'a-bad.motto:- but how are,,they going,to manage It'? ribbon. Little chow of the velvet ribbon the election law In Orange City, whichhe 'II '_ \ ;. '
;l' !. ;C:' mark:; the,: top ,of,each shoulder, declined to do. Recently, the grand Read oven ibis list of
.propertyand
The- Government-Departments.. ..are-asking for*'over. $800.000,000 for or- the neck and.point off the yoke a'so Jury of Volnsla county found Indictment ; .
dbaryexpenses. When Torn Red"ialJ' "thVls a birkm-doTar country" he the front seam of the sleeves. A Dumber against thoje charged with "
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tittered of lace motifs decorate hem violat'on' and! this considered make your selection, :
the
a.,truth which, to. many,.was,*onew. ,.to be. startling.. turned was '
'1< '>: b. o+er,collar and lower part, of the a rebuke. to the county solicitor, ..... ,t'
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c.' Sleeve jury not'take "' rr '
"Let n* go forward ald Speaker Cannon, in addressing the Republican' as Jhe.grand does action 50x100 rn Avenue ri. two story A'jrood'bnine( .. Pro */;:ia the :..
sounds |j Hand embroidery satin-stitch and In such matte'* to counties where bnilding.income now$3" month", heart of the
cancan, ,That encouraging; but if the,tariff,nrlaIoD1ItI,oil per business district i Ii- 'g.
F 'him tor a.speech: ,'he,will.yebablyadalm.. ,> LLet n*stand pat" upon in Kenslngtr? Mitch 'Is seen upon collars there' Is criminal |onrt of record nns when completed will KGOJ Price come !fGOO.OO) 6nt'year.\,$.noo ee-' "
vests, cuffs and-revere even the '. the solldtor fall to do his duty $3500. H down. bal 1 and 2 rears rund. )ear.' Price SGOOO.Oii6roum'two'litory ) y

There" 1* one misfortune 'About the DeW Congress-it has lei many "new" buttons are' embroMere/J., Button of and .file inforncatlot4 James E. Alexander 50.x 150 Avenue D at!'r4th. This hbiiMv Income 2 iproperty'
:emberswbo"want : .' : "" and enamel or .Je!, l>,d filigree are used has camped on the trail of Per- ". $180.00 ,
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c to""play; to the ganerle* make names for them- has. four h Vi** ,_ ooltit per rear price $1250, two
elye. *.,,that'there., .wUl. Dot."be'much, 'time... 'needed.... Regulation.. : to a gnBt nt"* tin for several months, and armed 'The total income' i* $s.4 per annum third_cub, balance-on tine, .-.;
: -- "' -- -- 1 QuaD tl"tl <<'I. 1111'boob1 panne with:abnndant.evlJeneer:he' went to and i i. to be sold 'for I cash, priC'L U S< ,. f4. ';
ribbon are nse-i n- 'a, -Iresse. Tallahassee with $7350 broomtwostory' hrnr e.nneblock '
pi iel tin Brdwnow'bm foVthe'eitabllshment; i nn > to confer the Governor .
of a home for neTllp'ncs" and a half front.ftalcvf
-- 1-Belt are ever* day showing more and a* the result'of ,the conference I n Hall (the.
looka.llke'a, dberlminiUonwagalnsteome of n* who need that fierce another property'mc store new hotel). income $3\rt.uOa'Tear. ,
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and more elaborat" The latest idea Perkins official bead .
dropped aad three bounce inonne $i20 '
kind ,of relief a*,much,a* any.Fll'plno.! per Price $3000.00 -
Is to'wave and co'one The eyes.to Into the .basket. Governor Broward annnm price cash. $4750A ': '
ft the figure. 'One of th- new belt leas appointed J. Brnmsey. a : An. ,artistic :
9 Representative.Browtow'j. ,blU'for the establishment of a home,for ne pan nice four room citta e. cen and ,two..,lot., in desirable atioeu" '
,gross in.Washington,,might command more rapport If he were. to ask to shown in the store ha its lines; exct'y talented young lawyer, to succeed PerTh trally located.' $100 iO down. .] Tn appreciate this propert r, TOO .
a parallel to the curve of rbe kina action! of Gov. BrowarJ '
ance f2ttOO per month;lp $900.00 want to "
have It located In his district In Tennessee. l see it. Price $4OOaoO
r; drapery: on the waist with,lI'hlCh.tt U wi'i no doubt stir \,ip a po'Itlcal sensaVon 1, ,
worn. Volnsla cpanty, a* Mr. Per
,"Also a bin to provide for the erection of a public building at Tupelo. .J At last the popularity of feather asa ',kin* I* prominent in politic and nomach' furnished We have tbecrea>j lof the fashionable district for rent. House neat-'..,.
Mice.! ." reads the Congressional! .Record. Apparently! the evil that "Private Ij at modest rates. We have room for rent both fnrniaheda
trimming Is wan'ng except for action
an- on the part of the Cora nd unfurnished from $8.00
mouth
l I per and We handle all kinH.SH
John Allen" did, live after him. np.
;moblle garments; The"leather hat ernor was contemplated by the friends property from Palm Beach to Key West and will be pleased to ahoy Jf I'
f$ held laltable'on for rainy day: 'of the now ex-sollcior. J' "' >

'.Teddy says'Oklahoma" ".Territory New Mexico. and Arizona must comer Her f4 were" a fad anyway .and lacked fi ***

t :" Into. the Union" Inn pairs, There- ,is one good, thing about i It. however,' he ryle demanded the wel'.dreued Launch for a'e 1 35' feet long. 8 F. C. Brossicr &y Son
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,rum them "right a1l' .1." woman. ,I feet beam; full 'copper fastened. Cab- I
: Every season some one starts up 'n of mahoffanyfl hard carved-Sleping:

tlth_the cry' that the ,shirt walt Is ;jl 1 1rt berths, .toilet,:galley." IS h.p. motor. Successors to C1.l G. Garroll (The Homeseekers .Agent
resigned ,
,Pemler.Balfour. ha and} .is not> one of those Secretary
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j ,) more that It Is.dead fashion. But |AH In good condlt'ok B. II. BaHey.P. .
FLaw'klad of resignations,: either as It takes effect, .. at once.: ,ether It through a of : ,' Mbm'
.r ,goes process ,re-il o Box 6SJ T"i'-; Mainoffice 1200K office 214 '
| AYC4D. Uptown Avenue D, Miami. Florida
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:FLOATING age,this wfll W reinforced bT twen- -
DRY DOCK DEWEY ty-two .| .
. saJloi: |The great hulk cannot --
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be steered?for no constructor has '!I'
GETTING READY FOR LONG TRIP been able to devise a rudder big Real .
.. enough to shapiTa course for the dock Style ;in.
through its lifoo mile voyage. So
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... .'1.- .;: i the dock 1- toifce;' held on its cow
solely by the J!towing power of the 0
Dec. 13 Preparation American navy. It will be taken to I
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colliers
three Doub1Breasted
I great Glacier Caesar
z:: starting of the big steel float- Manila, to remain there permanently. and Brutus, the; whole" under commandof Suits?
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Dewey BOW at Solomon'i Wood is to lire aboard the Dewey Captain Fullajn, U. 8. N.
rand. Chesapeake Bay, on Its Inter- during the voyage and will receiveas Toe towing line will be 1 1-2 miles
.aUng Journey -to Manila are nearly compensation $250: a month. long. :Naval officers" believe the Dewey If it's style you want, why not get one of our Schloss-made
:completed.: J. D. Wood a tug maser His craft will be so stable In heaviest can be towed about 100 miles a day double-breasted suits? See how well "set up'* this man looks! :
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) : of Norfolk, has been engaged weather that It might be possible and allow abo /three or four monthsfor and how find clean-cut
crisp his clothes I
.the Nary Department to 'take charge to play billiards on board and he will the trp: vlaUhe, Sues CanaL appear Roomy, shap-
if the 'trlp'aDd" now here, lupertnJcaJlng have plenty of good company and solid JI' Iv, fashionable [and comfortable. This smart style
;' : 'the last preparations. comfort on the trip. There U a For Sale -At.a>*:1-< bargain one rli- mates a fair f figure look'well, a good figure impressive $15 !.'
. The Dewey:1. an-enormous lost:rag'I permanent crew of eight, consistingof bon case, twoj; evo'vlnp1 cio-k an! see what it
you would do for
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dry Jock, large enough to accommodate machinists engineers, sailors, e'ec- skirt ra?rs. s'x'fci::; : apor cutters. \W you at
the largest battleships of the tric'ans and firemen. For the voy H..Burdine. !11, Srn1d ;

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! Fort 'Dallas :i1Iatoll! laI I iBank .I ;, .if ,I',- You see the Will' :value be in these Surprisedto I $15 suits. '. ':; F


,- ,.1.:::>t. ''i" You may think it a little price for a

,- int.i : / t !;N S good suit.. It is. But I'some of the a t

I ;) 1(" : same' suits, would be marked ,$20 orz i-
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:' ,,;.6apiJ .:$ iO.&MOTi ::1 I( ,.' ,, :}'''f more in a swell New: York. : store'and''?;' -" ., ,

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: .2 Mi ; 'l, .f Y* be called "bargains at that} !h.ese suits? 1


: Surplus :: 4&500; ,,'." ,1II-l I : .< .;-: 'are good enough' ( forany.!loan. If, you;:- sWank '" '.

T TAssets 1 : more expensive; ones', we: have: ,' I Ia
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--- them
and less too, butrfjlookratihese: :?

= :over .Half a-Million dollars) _R a first. Made in all ihebest.| olothsr; ,' -

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-; r plain colors and fancy pitterasT r:"We" t -.

fare .
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t ";1''' .showing all the best things in suits

Ott ement sit t.t 61qos6'ofr Business>> :November fthJj905: ) at $10.00----, $12.00-. $15.OQ 1:,nd$20:0ptfand : rf '.


':J Gon ensed f pm 't ePOl1qo rGomPtr lIer ::of ljprrency( t 9 .., and remember higher. Let us have show; them to ,you"!'1 : "u.tL '
we
; ; .everything'in,1
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Resources : tI tILoans 1 ." ;; kK, ,n.Winter r. ." i Furnishing MO '!./'" ,.. at F It AIR1 Prices.' *If J .:

and discount..........-.. $263,386:04 : 7" ,
Overdrafts...:... 3,46X49 'xU ) l 1. '
:'s. Bwd account. Circulation........:.. 52,096:00 n IT;
Other Bonds,owned.' ..;......., .......... 50.500.00 l :: R"H"OD
Banking Hems:.."...-.I.-= .,. 50,00000 rj R. 1VV. E' .8

Available Gash Assets I j r. 'I 'I. \". -
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U. S. Bonds owned.........;..-:..$19,000.00 j 322 Twelfth Street ,
Due from U;s. Treasurer.:...-+*...- ... 2,600.00 !I. j' '
Due from b nk....::.... 92,M2.52 ,t: Outfitter to Men I i
... Youths and Boys .
Cash on hand. ';.. ; 31,873.83 $145.437135; .M.. '
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'Total resources..;.,.................h........... .... $564,83<*3S > .r'

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.Liabilities I ,
ADVERTISED LETTERS I ,
Capital paid in.:.............on.,........:.n.../:.?... $tco.OOOOO. .: ; r ,
t: .Surplus and profits....?......... .. ... ........'.. .'..' 5.377.0;
::::;:'" Zil. : Circulation.;;.....'..-......, ...u..... ........ .../.....' 52,00di)0:(!) .- Remaining Unclaimed In the Min mi Magnolia Grocery Co.
'Bills-pajable.... ....................... .,,.......... 65,000,00 ;. Postoflics,To Date '
Deposits_ .._................................. ............ 3424538 -Alvelo) Qennaro. F.H.WHARTC:. N; Manager0ri

ot l lIabilitie....................................... .: $5&4,83&98 r. Baker. H. :
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.1 Comparative statement t : of deposits sbowfog !increase la business il .Beers, Charles '' .;!;i4 i-
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November- 17th, 1903.................!.................i.. $155,44451, ;:21 -/ :Bod Jen. 'E. Wallace. '". ,'".," .' .. \ ;,' I .... -",.,;:?t: ', .,
N !ember-lOt ..1904.. ..,...h.- .. :..."! !.'!u_" .........i254; 777 rr .Bradford.' C. H. .. I' .;:' ,'
Nocmber 9th.'1905.I ...:............ ...................' //342,459,38 'Brewer; L.: M.- .t
'- 0'i, .... Brlio James. I fth I Bryan, ; Alex. j j.Smyth. ,
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a ; Minnie E. "v.:
..4 Burns.T. J.' ,, ,. I
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Carmlckje.
iCothora i
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Harrie.Downing. .- \ .'v
"'.. .Levl. j In preparing your Christmas Dinner be sure that 1
: : ,,1 !' II 'Drace,;.Edwin: H: .] f : your supplies are fresh and-pure. If yon.make your
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you are. swe of both "
Qualifications
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t 1! .,. Graham.,'I'F.'O.. G. I I "

'H&rttq..1I11I Etta. .

4. .;y ,.,. c Homes Hawkins, Mrs.,Anler.Carrie' ; We arc having a ,Special Sale t

a fj Hoalston, Was Florence. .
tf : ''Howard. Mrs. EcteQ: *.

HamntOo.-Jeole. of Christmas candies, assorted .
nuts. j jellies, jams
'I Hunter MIa'eara.Jameson ;
Ben. i raisins, currants citron, oranges, apples,figs, dates '
Jenkins: R. Launce.i and ALL KINDS of DAINTIES for Christmas.

Kennedy, .1.1I
'" John. > I
; Jones, Frank: i '; .
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,'1'JI t" \ LaDe William Z. Corner Avenue D ,and Fourth ,StreetRECITAL
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HOME OP FORT, DALLAS BANK Laney Mrs. O.F.
NATIONAL
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; Lowe. B. A.MacKinnons.
I.*f" We incite the public's Attention,, to_the: above 'report condense from=sworn Henry.

.:atement to 4'omDtToller.ol.CllrtncJl, whIch shows our present'condition. Manley, Mrs.. Carrie.

iQutffrpwth deposits is_shown by the above, comparative statement gain, Mitchell Martin Nellie.J. R. '.

.of one;hundred thousand each year for the Ptlftt\ rte years. Boih.statements': Miler, Spencer. .

XhowihaijlM Fort Dallas ationalanl"\ ; selected by the United States_as a depositary Miler D. P. r r y

:of public moneys/is growing- in strength and popularity. i iI-I|| Mitchell.Mitchell, O.J. R.E. BY n
iOur' customer; 'it: is to do'business with have Pk ,
say ; a pleasure ,:us. ipPe am.pietaapital > Monck. Islam. !,, '; I
;; for alt reguiiements'within' l1ejleld legitimate bantiffg. .Wecqnduct'a \ Morehead. Lonis. .: i MRS LILLA BELL GARY I., OF"'MIAMICONSERVATORY ,

\, Sartnys:Department,'and pay Q per interestt\creditedan\ aTl$ cdmpoundedjuarterly. -- Nichols. W1ILOyens. "I \ ." -.f. ....

: '. > Respectfully. :rL Phillips Wa'ter., Fnrneyl: OF -MUSIC[ ,"'ASSISTED .BY; *
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: Presley, John .
; MISS YARB0ROUGH .
.. Stephens, J. S. !
Stephen, J. --l .
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trv ,7'.*, _,. r 1io!I Win! am. Ismlf'l.WiJ1fam90n., Miss. Sarah. Auditorium Friday Eve I! DeG 15, 8, P. M.
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f' Mrs. Cornelia. Reserved Seats 75cnr ;
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F 1:1.. ...../t". '.,.- ... \:. .... .).' ii Young Young., Frank.Melvin. I Seals on sale at Bush & Safford PianoCo, oo and after Wed.. Dec. 13th
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a staunch and able craft.
: DOINGS OFYACHTSMEN

t )Ir Many.. C. L.people F. Robinson here who of New remember'York,
1 Maunard & Son
I who spent last winter In and about jewelers
this city he having the yacht Granasa ]-
Captain and Mrs. Henry Belknapand under charter for the season win: i I >#*
family, are now In St. Augustine, be glad to learn that he will return
where atter...a stay of several daws here again this season, though this I I ; II .
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they win: come on to Miami and board time he will come in his own boat, a
their yacht Magnolia for the season j large houseboat named Betty and ,
j Capt. and Mrs. Belknap hall from !which'Is towed by a fifty foot launch. 'x
Long Is'and, N. Y., and spent all of!The Betty was last reported at New- I Gifts
last season in local waters, and berth burn, N. C., and Is' now probably on J Ideal for Christmasi '
ed the Magnolia up the river when the Florida coast.The
they, left here in the spring.
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The auxiliary ketch rigged yawl bailing large from steam Chicago houseboat, and having Fortuna her, I In all their richness and beauty at prices that never have been known in
{ yacht Rita, owned by Mr.Marion Story owner and wife aboard arrived in city. Webuy direct from the manufacturer and save the middleman's profit
you
I of Port Chester, N. Y., and commandel port this morning and win; spend the
by Capt. I. A. Bennett came into season .in these and adjacant.waters.
y port yesterday, from New York and This is the first trip of the Fortuna to. I
wail remain here mil season. The Rita the East Coast of Florida. She is, to Diamonds Watches and SilverwearX 1
was formerly the GranaUa.owneJ fcyJlr. ,outward appearances, nothing but a
: N. M. George and sold to Mr. 'fair sized Mississippi steamer though "
Story last seasonJU the GranaUa she he tower deck Is housed lu, thus gir- J: Rich,Jewelry and Art fine Cut Glass and hand-painted China
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t 'visited here several seasons and was lug more room. Aboard she is elegantly .
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decidedly popular IB the charter bus and comfortably furnished and can i Choicest and beautiful patterns ol high grade Wares, .
!Hess.. This year,.however. she will"I,knock off 12 miles an hour. i. Mail Orders which consist of the latest creations and exclusive designs.Quality This 'Store. :
not engage in any party business but I t-= is the great lever aud in every honest comparison we ti
get the credit of being the lowest house in :
the is opening up is filled.always priced our
be That season
will
used by Mr. Story for personal
are promptly prices are irresistablc. la fact they spell economy1' ,the frugal shoppers 1
evidenced the fact that the many '
by
'pleasure. Captain Bennett was in the All goods,purchasin its truest form. Don't delay! Make your purchases lY' buying headquart-
ERa,.then the'Gruataa.. last pleasure crafts engaged in party business
season ed from us engrav-, We WILL PUT THEM AWAY UNTIL YOU WANT THEM bristles
ers fairly t
,and:proved. mach a competent yacht- are receiving charters almost {
.., man"that )[r.-',Story'-' hastened to seek ..every day and going to the reefs and ed Free of Charge .Next to Postoffice Mfamiy Florida" with Big Bargains. 'i.Your w.
.:his retention" si her,master., Capt. grounds for fishing. Yesterday the I tj.
'Bennett was accompanied South tyMrs. Jupiter SemlnoJe,and Klondike went j. "r
s Bennett,:who win'reside at the out with parties, and today the Jnplter c ii; :;..
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-' Southern during the season. Mr. ant has gone again. :The, prediction, Is il ,

''itrs.. Story will not be' down until made that the party business will. be .... ", ; > -'
4 ,%about the middle of'Januaf1.f' very, lively on the bay this season.BR088IER -
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%... The. thirty-five foot auxiliary schoo- ,will collect your rents I
Her yacht Lucy, M. owned by Dr.,Munl -
l.son, and Mr. Brown.-'the noted yachti Tie very latest' styles In wedding .
i ;bonder, 'of Tottenrille, N. T.. is BOW stationery announcements ,ant calk iitC'"ht1isl( tftls\'Btiyin\ : : '
jCnronte here With her'owners abroad. Ins cards can be"bad at the Vetrop- : .
.and is'expected daily as she put Into oils effle CZ7
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:, Jacksonville,for food and supplies a '
,few day ago..'The yacht Is said to be BROUIER mean Safe. -InvestmentsTheResukof '; will be made easy if you do your buying at our store. Our stock is larger

J. -' < -- < : now than ever before in our history and styles, designs, fashIons/etc. are

:'superior to last year. You will find our goods well displayed in show cases

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on tables, shelves. racks etc. ,


all Goods are ijtiarked in Plain Figures


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stable & Co.
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Sjaart., progressive shoe manufacturers have begun to I II Benjamin and ir4i
realize that the specialists are pushing ahead of the general fine hosiery.
line" houses. The specialist ha. the task of making his one
: line of shoes the very best possible for the public to obtains J Snellen berg Clothing +
1 s 'heir price I for ladies, children, ;>*
: .. -.SU 11 and men. Above'
: made in the new 1906 style. Coats house is one of the I

ty'- longer than last year concave shoulders. largest importers in)
Trousers full hip small at :bottom. Dou-
.. America and their
ble breasted coats will be worn more this goods have more style snap and
,1 year than ever before. Our stock more i wear to them of any In our experience. Big line In

select and neater designs than ever before J mercerized cotton pure silk, and mosamblque effects.


t '$'''.. ., "[ ; !. t"j: "'..'.," Prices ,$12.-, ,$15. '$18 and $20 t Price 50 cents to $ .OO ,per pair.,
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and shirts fan boys. Prices L ,

( '6Oc. '85c $1.00. $1.25Be ,-
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f : .: ; : Suspenders:
i'l> ;Now the makers of Dorothy Dodd shoes for women' have fi ,1i. 1 t r ).. : .'
made else for< .' Their whole .is bent 'ro- ,_, tke 1
Tears. Bras kan
nothing energy B n Dofl p4
E<- ward making their shoes superior to the women's.shoes of the' bcsttsthU.S.** Price 'SO' rests p. } 1. : \ .:\1 :' i': have .a world ,wide reputation.. '
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general you buy line a Dorothy manufacturer Dodd yon and know to beat yon his' are, prices getting So.wheu'the very ._ *-_ jt\X. .\' ./ ( .*0;;: :ATfl ::zt, : The 'elastic ,lnlall 'suspenders:

i best value for,your moni!-. Some new styles just'arrived. ,.' Bows'wuMble GaP silts III Pwqee :. if :f. r; f:' ': wear better than shy other make,
, They are reasonable at Isnk we know of. All their belt buckles -
" _II Md other sMtcrWs. Pr'cc $2 BP
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-$3:50-f y (x), i ; will not rust and wear until

i' x $3.00 ;and il I Pajamas' and NightShirts ..,, ,.. fi.f.; .: one simply gets tired of same.
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'. _;. ::: Knothe's Bras: goods have takers
._:: '" ) I .... t- of the first honor at every exposition
Miami Shoe Co
i ,. In Europe and America In the
in plain-white, neat stripes and We saYilt boldly that our line of neckwear |s, past 25 years. Prices of belts
border effects. Such materials the finest collection of neat effects shapes,

,; as Domestic, ,English long cloth and deigns! in Miami. Ties this year are; 50 cents to, $2.00
: -. -' and mercerized cotton made with much wider than ever before 2tf Inch being
= and without collars. Price night very staple and 3 Inch for dead swell wear. Prices of suspenders.shirts .

, Write nowl 50 cents to $1.50. Price '

.'- .No.Silver:.1223 forournewlCatalog .I l pajamas $1.2510 $6oo.ag: 1 Prices From 50't. $2.00 50 cents- to $4.00,

,Mounted T .
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.' pincushion :over 100 '
Palm
45c J Christmas Royal ,
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E ., ,iii; --- Diamonds! 'j Slippers for fine dress wear fast 'jjj f.III Il11J, H

Watches colors and tailored so
.p- in every style and shape .
in black and tan.j fn they fit. Price $2.00 and ;
Jewelry all sizes and all widths 250. '
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.: Dougola slippers f 1.9U Majestic shirts $1.2.".
Clocks, to$2.01. I
'I, Genuine Alligator for $1 50 and $2.50. Others s,

,;- Silverware.. Holiday $2.50.reneh id Roa1eoa. 50c'- :
( PFrenchu $1 1.00 75c.
,Cut | .
Novelties. Glass,

; Clapp$6 and$7 shoes Knox: : and Stetson fine soft Mens and boy sweaters, Trunks, suit cases telescopes
bYsrN srK fclM?
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'" < .Diamond Brand shoe 1'$5. bats, price $5.00 all ftizea and colons prices bags etc. Price of
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7 ; .Young Bro4! fat bats at $1.25 to $4.tt -
;', ., Walk-Over shoes! $3.50 and $3.00 and S3,:0Freeman trunks $3,50 to$ .OO
SaHsfactk Gurantetg. Mai orders. ., receive prompt. aid earefrf attention ; Men's bath robes in beanti ,
_, $4.00 Bri hats.
,1 >s. $1.50 fnl weaves $3.50 and $5.00 '
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Krippendorr ladies' shoes $2.00 and$2.% Men.. nn'erwear in cotton Suitcase* $1 50 to5.00! >
x ;= and oxford $2 00 t Greenleaf & Crosby, Co. '


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. Useful and Ornamental' Christmas Gifts



. BUSH AND 8AFFORD PIANO TICKETS FREE WITH EVERY 2Se PURCHASE

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UGS DESKS CombinatlonBook h Case and TABLES I PARLOR LAMPS CUTLERY' .

tit., Writing! Desk Never before in thedepartment ol our
Exquisite pattern, bright and sub For office and home; attractive and if* 'furniture historywe anown I Among them are choice metal lamp We carry in this department th>

dued color combination; Just the desirable and splendidly made An Very pleating designs, quartered such an array of tables from the and beautiful handpalnted lamps famous 184? Rodgers Plate karre

. design for parlor, library, hall or oak and mahogany, highly polished small oak to the hand carved mahogany '
appropriate gift for Christmas, Oak. with large globes to match. All are forks and
which
dining room the finest assortment French befif glaaa door, finest make. table.. Prices and ityles spoons, make a

j to be found in Miami. quartered oak and mahogany A'tplendli,,Christmas Gift hardly equaled anywhere. jj fitted with latest Improvement. useful and durable gift. ,
$! .


I ,F"'ran.k'ar: : -, :Budge I'' >12th Street, Mia iii, ':F-1 oridaWe s



l are Now Ready- Furnish" Office'Phone 35 .. M. KING Residence 'Phone. Si ;" wJ

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i RESIDENCE 210 7th STREET PHONE 25 t 418 12 Sfflc.TMr ,
Bicycles ;:K
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( }le jotlal l.MwMot$ $ J J of visit Jacksonville.to and Mr.Mrs.and are Mark Mr-making Aston. C. t C.formerly pheasant Astonon .. I- Send us Your Orders for ;


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John Seaman of Duluth., Mlnn;-Js ,Mrs. Dev tt:and daughter Hazel of Sodas, GingerAle
registered at the Gantler. Little Rlver ire in the city today. Mrs. E. E. Dyer and Miss ftcy "&,'RK THE AlT.

f m r! Dyer. ofBostbn, nave arrived in Miami andSeltzer dean wtthla IMA visa atas. lit

Walter the and be the guests of Mr. and Better have oae or tft oo4 __
& and other"goods" F. 8.; Waters of Tlbbals was :registered boaster! Wells is studying
}: The bicycles' at the Gantier yesterday. art of clerking In the gents'furnishings Mrs. A. E.., Coney for the winter. Water thaa a dose of inferior wBty.

t are the best Standardgoods"onthe ., and Shtie'store of AnthonyRomfhCompany. i Havana tobacco T"fy be high 1dsm8

market A fine hotel In bearing orange, grove' "> .! | Yacht supplies always on hand at bat that does act prereat' M BtTbi

r Hartford a .T1a. for sale.. Beck Wilson ft Hnddlestoa ii I Keller It Lasseter' Grocery eo..' lilt oar customers tae erBsJleat '
: and other
> "!O _, 't Prepare t !abed tears of Joy when. Avenue D. 1 HAVANA flLUH FOR. I CtNT$
r f Coaster Brakes fitted to old I Nothing more healthyand .
xiiI Rickards entertainment on you see the ::riegro girl In the kitchen invigorating than The Nennt/MarUiMi Bat** a Darn

ii wheels. AD work guaranteed Thursday night will please'you.31r. comedy. Thursday night. r"B.OS3IEnmeans Rev. L. D. Lowe will"return to.the pure sodas. Our syrups good 'smoke, aavtef tae tin arson.of
i .f +t parish In this city and hold the
:, reggvelar
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Best wheels For rent are pure our the beet
new
: ." i and Mrs. Charles W. Pierce.and" REAL ESTATE. service on Sunday at the M. E. bottles new and clean. leaf.HAVES -"

son, of Boynton are In the city transacting U church South. It was the desire of Mail orders will. receive -
:::23l 12th Street: Blue Front a' attention
: f tuslness today. T Mrs. Herbert Rogero and Mlstes the church that Key Lowe be returned prompt

o" .. -_ -"*"** Kitty and Mule Rogero. of Hallan.We to his former work here. THE,CIGAR MAN:

For Sale Buff Cochin bantam.are In the city doing Christmas shopping I OPPOSITE HOTEL' BISCATlfB
(Carroll) & Clark
chickens and' six laying hens.. 'Apply today.- ifPhotographer We pay taxes collect rents and Insure

A at 211 Third streetE. rtf. property for nonresidents We Acme Bottling
:l' Office rooms for rent la the Xetron
Chamberlain has arrived are responsible Beck. Wilson ItHnddleston. :

Burkhart M. Fettlng, one of Jacksonville', and tie Royal Palm Studio Is I Works oils buD4JDC.F. ..
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_,! largest wholesale and retail turnt"dealers : open for business. Get your pictures Mb Snet. West of Ice Factory

is In the city on business for ChrislmtiAsk. -
LOCK' ,AND, GUNSMITH EXPOSURE OF A MIAMI i
and may remain several days. I C. BtosSier & Son

r.i Expert Repairing: i Ask furniture, dea ers to show you BUSINESSMAN .
f Mrs.LeopolJ Putzel and of
BROSSIER, means REAL ESTATE, 'he Man! \i ;jfiiade sponge mattresses !! daughter
Avenne C between I2th and 13th St. I New Haven. Conn., arrived in Miami
t' pillows and'cushions.There l public Successors to C. C. Carroll
: o I1' To make an apology to the Is i this morning and will spent tie season
Take your children to the entertainment : i .
a very.hard thing to do., The |words I with Mrs. Munroe on 8th street
Thursday night for a Christmas wliJibe} an ice cream socialat The Homeseekf s AgentRead

ru.The OaksCorner present the residence of Mrs. P. T.Skaggs Jo ,not seem to form themselves to I ,, 'i I II .
: For apartments
Rent Nicely furnished
on Friday night given by the Baptist ..ooad u soft as I could wish aril. will I ,
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> for housekeeping. No children:
Dr. and Mrs. 8. H. Richmond of Ladles' Aldj|| not try to soften it i over the. properties and If yew
it! wanted. 322 14th street
Cutler, a'r among the viators to the
I came to Miami three year .ago a I I : want more particulars write us. We
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J3th Street cty.tolay: and guests at the SouthernHotel. Pretty posing in the .march I
: fancy stranger. Mr. Nelson needed an undertaker -, John C. Ferris and family of New are always glad.to answer letters.,

and( Avenue B and color drill*hr.at the Auditorium on. and I, took that position.- fork are' among the recent arrivals 'I You will find In this column something .
Thursday DI .
1 ia this and located
city are pleasantly
Sint Lots on 11th street between D andC. "jj--: When there was nothing to do i In that of Intend YV
at 610 Avenue C where they will spend
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Palm Beck, Wilson A Huddleston. department I was to heap: in the furniture "
} 1Facing''Royal Park Seeing. Miami, ,by automobile. Lof the winter months. ; I II i Ls1 \
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ton ft Elnlgf ;opposite posttfflce. have store, as I knew nothing-about I I II II
Dec. 1st Keller & Lasseter Grocery Co., suc I I
1 Open an nptolaticar for hire. furniture I made It a rule to f make i Here Is a splendid property at avery -
cea.to Wilson. ft: Flye., 1314 Ave.D BROSSIER means Safe Investment
l will. : can for your order and deliver the goods I put I together look better 'I| I low price. 3000. '2 story,'nine'' ;

N.B.MacGrift. ,Prop. goods promptly Phone 23..H The. weekrhop. at the Fair building than those of our competitors. I want. The Sundayschool of the First M.E' 'rooms, upper and lower verandas surround
L( last night was the best patronized of ladle the entire house. /Au finished

:({.. .. the seUOD.! I The,night "u, perfect ed to"wait on the few who Church I. preparing an entertaining .Inside and out A full size lot. North.
of Kewanee Ill arrived cal'ed Christmas
T.Lay. found Questions -
taut with everythlng.so I night program
end Avenue c.
dancing'and .
for. the floor crowded.. ., .iAn ..
on last night's train to Join his wife and Answers Jn Song. The exercises .
remedy that faultIt t
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who has'ben here a short time. They attend will be held Christmas Eve
$ Ed. MO.ffAI'S'DairyLunch c on elegant home at Boynton. Overlooking
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are stopping Rutherford\ D'd you the last school entertainment was not.long before Mr. Nelsonallowed f
at the at the church. tbe'ocean, close to the raO-
"'t. !| if so, yonll be.there me to manage the store Awhile '
road depot, hotels eta Then' ..
night.The .
:Bearing orange grove very cheap. Thursday via '' he attended to the buying and the Famished Roomsinquire at, 311 11 1-2 acres, all weD Improved irit]r

tl',000 worth fruit this year. Beet: baxaJrf finance When he went. ,north. a: year Tenth street b frnU4owers.shrnbbery and lawn with
held by the Ladles Aid 3 '
r Wilson. It Huddleston..\ \ and a half ago he, left the business la rooms verandas etc. with several
Society of they First E. Church closed .
:1 'l. that a well finished 2-story residence'of
o- scales AddressP. last night, i nd though It Is Impossible my tare mad it was with pride after The Baptist Sunday school Is getting *
WantedP1attorm out bnldlngs. Water '
tank
ete. wlU
Everything new Including 0.'Bos'3E3'M4m1.3r .l t, to.obtalq 3he.exact net proceeds aconsiderable'amount ,three months absence I could'show under headway a program to beheld ,
$ sell or exchange for 'property
..',.. .\, .,' was'raised.roasler the. largest,,business the (tore! ever .at the. church on Christmas;! Miami ,
: ,: :' t Ten acres fruit land
nalmprored
f| the; _''ng. making the : : There win be but few numbers the *'*
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Tlcher'and
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8.:'J. wild of Key'Vtou.. ...... had.j-"When, ':: he sold bat I purchased miles from Miami P. 0. on the famous .l
: Wants to list your property program the main part of the time be*
cleanest. and neatest dire are visitors In''the'city;today, and'wfllgit j", V,V' : the. undertaking, department ands continued lag given to'the distribution of prey: Orange Glade rock road. This late!,

out on the steamer Miami tonight Get oriagls: to work for his ancceiaor until the great orange and grape fruit sec
for Xmas at Keller ftLasaeter ents to the children.
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If tag room in the city. en route to their home In' the Island Groce'ry'Co... tnt Avenue D we opened this stock last June,! You tion. Price $800.

at* .*! *, *: Here Is a splendid home trait and ,.
i ]; i.tgJaaei Jl know In my dealing with you In the Comfortable four room cottage, furnished truck farm of 125 acres about JJXXX

AN ID PLACE iee; of New Yo_rk.,.Ispending.tie time just passed I have tried to.keepeTel'J' for |40 a month. J. H. Ta- bearing fruit trees of all varieties and
fOR LADIES' Something.Dew In electricity In.the winter In Miami located 'v
promise! I have made to--yon. turn IL: Co. 2 acres pineapples tearing. A'wen .,
school entertainment Thnradaynlght;; at/the bome of Mr. George B.Romfh.Sr .
Now'"we: are la' our own store and built 7-room, residence and dwelling I
it.Not.Connected with a reloon .r. on the, tioule ard. Mr. Lee Is ., For Sale Light draft auxiliary! I for laborers. This fine property la oa
Furnished ,roonw for rjnt Sor;Hglit writing'a play! while he :recuperates corking for ourselves I want to apologlxe -
'" i yawl 35 feet by 12 feet t Inches by 'the famous Key Largo, 30 miles south ,
hours keeping .at 2t SeeD t meet his health beside the Invigorating and for my mistakes and assure yon
i Buttermilk every dag at 2 feeL New boat Inquire Miami Boat I of Miami on the extension of the F.E. V
Inspiring BIscayne! Bay. I am more than anxious to serve you Works. : :. C.
5c glass. Light l -- Railway Price, for a short time f
f. a refreshrneflts .
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Temperance'Legion'hadan
The Loyal ., ,c t I as yon desire'and will make fveryendeavor II 18.000.
,'>i. served dun* : unusually good meeting yesterdayIn 'Seventy thousand f1la.lde4 'or .p ____
'I to see you are perfectly satisfied A ten acre Improved home *
i ing all hours. the Sunday school room of the First and grapefruit trees for sale Prices

i, I M. E. Church.. All children are,In from IS to :|!f cents. Send for pricelist with us. We want your paja TELEPHONES :room house; ,250 fruit trees 100 ,to ,
: bearing. One mile west of Lemon ;
% 3rd door 'wt ot Avenue O on 13th vited to attend and to becOIi .:mem- -of nursery stock. .Soar. Brothers. and | EVERYWHERE .
I a tr et. Front Boildine. Maim\'la. I City 6 miles from Miami on county
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bers. Little RlverJlTa. WE WANT YOUR MONEY,
I rock road. Price. $800.
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-- Your Doctor
iI' Your Lawyer Five acres choice glade land one
6 Your
Your Tradea-people FriendsAll mile north of Allapattah school house,

i Have Them been In cultivation. Price $100; very 1


3'a' Christmas Open ng of Toys and IT IT WILL PAYS PAY THEM! YOUOur 'J cheap.A big thing for an Investor 16-* 1 |

lots In a solid block at CocoaaaOTrore \ \

city rate are low Price or. application.Let .

PrlTl BuI_ PboM, ...rt"l,end ui show yon our ten acre lotto y
1 Goods Print itaudtac Phone. quill adze unimproved, south of Miami, one tie-
11oIidaIu K..pboM.o* party II... ....n.I'MJ. .
main county rock road.A .

MIAMI TCLfPHONC! & 4
good -room house and lot for-
: i: V wan everybody to come and see our Grand:!dllsplay of Toys and Holiday Goods. As an Inducement -, TELEGRAPH CO. 1500 cash. A bargain. V

r we will give a chance free,on,a Settee'and Rocker made of Mountain Laurel to every

one coming Into the store. Remember you do nof jHave to buy to get achance.only to come and see 32IK Gl 12th...C.St.FRISSEU Miami.", rn Florida.. Uptown Offices office: 1200 214#Av.-nns Avenue D D


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SMITHSBDOtlTORE Franklin Coleman Bush Director.
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Eastman Kodaks andSupplies Waterman Ideal Pountain
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European trained faculty. An artist in charge of each depart' :

I meat Piano Pipe Organ,'!Voice Violin. Mandolin, Ktocntion. 'i

,,a Pens Physical Culture' French, German and Spanish.. Harms
\ ny aDd History of Music Classes. Burrow's Kindergarten and

Primary Music Clatses. :: :. :: Send for cataJojrae.


[.Diplomas' Granted. Upon] Graduation.

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Water I IWRiv.;. d.' .
'The F.' E.'C. Water Works 'Co, has ;

a large''force of men at work in River-

Town To(">ics .w side preparing suburb to laying give a water first class mains service and W. MUDINE.

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In that,line. The men are now working .
ongwelfth| street and will con I
tinue frptn that to other streets until ..
all cba'f have been supped! with water. 'J "
BrutcUr on Ways Gone to Jacksonville '
RIversIdV! 1* destined to become the V
The P. Sanford Rosa dredge, Brass- Major W. J. Shone.,of Cocoanut
tar, Is hau'ed out on the F. E. C. ma Grove, left Iat night for Jacksonvilleas : that fashionable city:water part Is of being Miami given and it thereis now To our customers who have found usout
Tine ways, harlrig-repairs made to her a member of Tigs Anderson Camp
no doubt but that it will take on i
: of IKls city to attend the Confederate
ball. greater,Jlfe and building activity.! .
of
reunion beginning there today. Major sizes on any shoes, we 1
Mattress buyers abound investigate Shone Is probably the only! member Splendid:
corner on Avenue D. cheap.
e the' merit the "Miami Dream" of Tige Anderson camp who will attend
of
Beck, Wilson & Hnddleston. \ have them
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'ponce mattress. the encampment. I now :

The test investment on earth is ,
BROSSIER will collect rents. Best located furnished house in the
your earth Itte1f. We sell it dirt cheap.
at 1550 for the season. J. H.
city
J. H Tatum & Co, real estate, Kris-
Steam Boring MachineA Tatum & Co.BROSSIER. building. .
sell Weeks
large boring machine,team equlp- iW"seve This Arrivals in Shoes .
and much extenl'. will collect your rent b
ed resembling an on f tickets to Cincinnati for 1 I
Are track, has arlred at the terminal sale very cheap. Good Tuesday and '
dock and wlU be taken to the exten- Brandow Bra Studio Fridays inquire Room-8, Roth build- it /' 60 doz. pair from Brown Shoe Co. "
sion for use in grading and preparing The Messrs Brandow Bros, the well ., .
foundations. the bridge and trestle known photographers who have visited Ingg It.1 fkM fi ; 30 doz. pair from Hyde & Hurburt. t .

to be erected. Miami every season for several Will Tsfc* Run Friday 'l 25 dozen pair from Keith & !Pratt. !
years past, being unable to secure a .
The steamer Shlnnecock of the P. I
Dont give $S for a feather pillow suitable location for their business 15 doz. pair from Randall Adams.
O. 8. S;Line,which arrived In port a .. '
,-when $1 will pay for a sponge pillow, this season, have decided to operateIn yesterday!morning from New Tort; 10 doz. pair from Stetson Shoe Co '. .
vkMh ., tents and are now buUr'enpp.t )
U better.
Sat
will go Friday morning at I o'clock _
In erecting the same opposite to their '
:[fast here and
between
on her run -II
J Melts,'*,:"Weiss Kerosene engine old stand at the'eorner of Avena D Key Wtitthis season.and relieving! #

1 4 Lp.. never been nseJ. for sale at and, Fourteenth St. and where they the steamer Miami! which win be laid,
I at no doubt will *x a good business. We are especially strong onMen's
much less than.first cost Apply off In'Key West until tS* first part of I'
] ICetropoUs_offlce. next'maiath'when she:will come her : ,
Breedrt wants to list. your propertyThe and take up the ma to Nassau. Thtj :
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",1",1181141"1 Stone Rtsldtnc I'\ :MiamIlis'tonlghl! ".for Havana an. $ 3.sp 51shtt
Hr.'M. F. Comer, te now building a First National Bank of Muralhas. Key Wed and will return from HaYa1 ,5. ,

most attractive and eommoOkras stone a capital paid in of 16e.000 and na to the island City and tie'up. ::1 > ,L ft, I lu .. .. --- ,' ,>
-residence on hU property on tth street la three year of' Its existence ha ''' i 't ; f< '(w." .'..' "-T: l}, I '

between .Arena B and the Boulerard. accumulated'a'nrphu'of ll,KH) additional -, Found?Gent's bicycle, owner ca4 haying received 25 dozen pairfrom the 't'

The stone Is famished by,the'Miami a*'i' special'safeguard Kta 4- hare'same'by"proving-property: aa{ t 'c' (
.Art Stone. Construction, Co, of this Inc between every depositor'and: any paying: for this advertisement.'B.'H; ,
.dry possible loss Total resource $350- Miami. best factories in the. world. New leathers., New.lasts, ,

i --_ --" .;. I I DOG; 'per'' cent.*paid'on; : taring.' !,Pete/.! ;, I 1 I tk "t, I }- b ; { : i.

1 >rvnished Boon- It per week. LewIs :' 1 I Five acres* on' Biscayne drive. .*, ;" "" "1" 11""l""" ""1 """"" ">""<" "1 T T1 > """""*'"
RestsranVB'ATenne. ,XX Extension Material'Arriving. quire ot-Beck" WUson ft Huddlestoa ss "- *" *" '*

.Several:.... flat car loaded with ltr'u.IaN I I-, U; | ( diesJlelus fit youinapairofSorosisShoesjThey ; f'
Arck/Mason* Initiate ,fo vjf.e In th.building of the AmoK!"the prominent visitors In the
:At'the-regular'meeting of the local several trestles and bridge for the 'city yesterday. was Jobn.G. Christo, .. '

-chapter Royal Arch Masons helj last crossing of the F.E.C.Raflway In the piker *|prominent saw mill man ant; beauties their jshape and '
sight.there,were' three new,members keys have arrived Sere and win be mCl supply dealer of.Jacksonville It are keep wear
taken down by the steamers and bar ihat his mission here pertain
:J. T. Sanders P. UHendorf anJ Oscataiaynard' II. said
Initiated. t After'the inltia'ilon ges. The material Is now Just beginning -I to the;;Delivery:of .certain Iron and, i equal to any shoe made. Assizes and widths :

1 refreshment'were; served. and a to move, but It Is expected that ,steel machinery and framing for the .'
;.p'easant evening Indulged the next few weeks will see many' ton extension of the F. E. C. Railway.Hoasft j in stock. Yours for honest' shoes ;
of It arriving here and sent to the I I
keys. lot on 3d streetpart cash i
Toe rent Modern apartment .rur-
Beck Wilson ft 'Huddlestoa. [ M. BUBDINE '"

Fine Best table board 14 per weak.Lawn1 : IW. :

s any real'estate dealer. Restaurant f113 A H'lIueI). BROtSICR. mean Safe Investments.j ..
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.fuchl-Gypzen.-cO 'WELLS'.& GRAVES 'j''
'. .. March Villa. March Villa
The Pernchl-Qypzene Theatrical Co., -. .t I .
-win play at the auditorium In this city Are prepared to execute '218 Thirteenth St.' 1179th St. '
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,, Saturday night',under the auspices of .order in their I : OPPOSITE ROYAL_ PAL. PARK ON BIscAYNE B.A.Y'. '
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the ttlaml Cemetery Association .
which, will be,given a good part,of Millinery Department Open,October 15th Open December lit, ']X
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the proceeds. ,This .Is said to be a :
HOTEL :1
1 most excellent company and both'Professor Designer of the latest Fall style, hat \ f SERVICE. .. .. :, ;
Han' and Mr. 8. 'M. Tatum. who 'in ailk; dark straw and lightweight \ :' Distilled water:for DrinkingtMRS! W. F. MARCH- ,Prop "" |
witnessed d one' of their productions la materials.i'LadiesTailoring \ .

'Tampa a, abort time ago. speak,:very U \ I ,, I,
highly of the troop Individually and e.f '

,coHectlve'y,, and .It, was, mainly : Department ; \ '
Rutherford2239th
; ji "di ,1J 'tp b0q' The
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efforts '
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through the of the latter thatthe' > ,6f i*" ?] ,
n" 6Solid ''Ii*" '< ,
street. and evening cMtnmta, rat .
managers were, Induced, to, come For carriage : ,, '
:Acre: waists, tailor gown and coats t Comfort Street..,, ')'t
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'232'Twelfth Street;!Miami' .' \p Tr' r|1 ".
7ura Anna Ross public,stenograph- _
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,. "&;"jl(: : from the start excellent Now Open for Boarders4s( ?
"*.. office at Fr C. Brassier ,,A Son, [ ,
12001.2Avenue D. corner 12th *t_ I ,' service to the finish. isthe'suftortrouser3
-. .. '. MRS. V. A. RUTHERFORD MRS.'LEOIJA TATUM 1
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.by:,:John'Seweli &: Bro.." .' '

Beautiful,'fabrics,. .fine <. if
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-aq ecru sww. ,1o.11aq tit aTS ear r" .. XHEGAUTIERHlmlk
t..'.!\\'I'..'11:' t.'- .".'" "> 1pH".! ''', '''t1. workmanshlpNand: perfect -< ,.
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.,: tJ .- ';1 fit guaranteed] Have .1 .
as Hlmlk Bcrwt 'j<
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;IJ made ,
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w- Light and airy Rooms. Polite, prompt.ServlceMrs.J.NFeasterr'Prop. iI
Toys tL"r5": .\ John Scwcll&Bro. I ;'

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(1 Foremost ,
> i" Miami's t.
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HOIU LOCH 'l' :
; : ,2S/IBICAYHE Oyster '& Chop House .q'
.and'tt 11""OI""I'rA Y GU ODS Mark's .

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Miami Steam1ii Sea ,Food Our SpecialtyOjsters .
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';Only-13?;daqs:; more I rf., ,'4 W I, 'l-! bj\ .plate, quart or gailon.MeaU --'

; : M ,red at all hours. 41012th Street. Miami! ,Florid ,
'lLaundry ,
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.. .... .' Corner Avenue B ail lift Street.
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: '.: i .' I a Specialty of I. d..1
THEG.'A.
,Come,now' and get what you want before ,we, sellout ...MULLCR' SON.. Pr' >rktor .V;

discount ( SchBols 'if Y ,,1 ;Cleaning !
: A special to Sunday they :. : Ii

,come before the ,20h. You get .betty selection Dyeing SAN CARLOS '

:and, we:.'can WAIT on you MORE satisfactorily J
and Pressing llduti
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; t 'i! t fot11T : Open aD UM'year at 2.50per Jay and&pSprciat '
: JIlt per week t.Cos.erlat !'
I I ..... Lary SAMt>tE ROOM
Laundry received In the mor- I j!PuN" .x0111, 1 r.l.ffk Bon t68. c' t.Jhs, fltfu[ ,, ,

The Racket Store ning will be delivered the .

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same evening.
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customer Mrs. E. A. McLendon

SANTA CLAUS: HEADQUARTERS t -W

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Opposite the Post Office, Miami Florida i i

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Business lot on 13th street, 50x120 }
Hints Christmas Shipping feet. A rare bargain $2500. j i ,

Two beautiful river front lots, including ;
0 riparian rights 100 feet for ae

If your friends are many and your pocket book low we are the people'* to come to $3000. f ,

li? o' Two river lots next to 12th street, -
WATCHES bridge at less than value <

Three river front lots In Riverside ,

,SS fE for ladies gents or r at corner of 10th st Ask for prices. -
C children there is only 0
; One lot on 7th street, west of the
one to get an 0
J I way railroad, for only $300.Lot
Elgin or Waltham .
watch one er price and between 4th and ,5th. near,rail '

f that way is open to e i mad $500. x
you at our stoie. Sol S. Choice lot on 6th street, near passenger
.. id from $25 up g
depot, $1000.
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caies
Three lots on 6th street, near Are.D. .
.20 j ear, guar. $7.00.uPOHAN "
i L 1'i e for $450 each, or less. > .

;: ., One lot on 10th street, near Avenue
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.e ,. ,4f I. D. for $500 lean thai value: A vsurenap. ;

If you are thinking r ': t 'i.J .'" "* 4 '

t., 2 abontachainwehalen House tidy on 13thand one on : } t.l
4 st an i n ones at pi"s -,-.. "\'_,"" _"" J4th. at prices'and'terms/ I j s'' .

,ces that. will make;' t"* ., .... .. House and lot worth $3000.. for $2500If .
# you wonder Solid Gold,;'Waltham orElgin.14k > --I -- -- taken"qnlck. }" .y.d ,. .... :I .....'"

y | 25 feet frontage on 12th street for ,

,i. SOLID COLD 1, y > $25 $2600. i :
.i Solid Cold, Mfc for $35.66'Waltham RINGS .., ".,- These are all bargainer.rr' j ..
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15 U J- <>*&(" "a g .
or Elgin. ,.- jewel 1 .. 't.
with prices ranging ,." < w I .
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from50'up. Money II .
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refunded it satisfao.: "', ,'.. '" '. ,I' '
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K t "' E .- We have sold,several lots in our new Bay View addition t north of the city v *and\ '

,EARRINGS have some left at 150.oo eachonly 50 dollars cash, down. /, "

to iitfy! the mot. 1 Riverside lotsfare; the best investments in the.;(city at 500 dollars"each.x 166 4

fastidious | dollars cash, balancr in one and two years, f a 1

Several choice furnished houses to lease for the season. 4
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CUFFLINKS
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.Our choice collection '< ;
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of cuff links provides

'an extraordinary opportunity J. H. Tatum '& Company '

Tour:, chattelaine!and W-
dress suit cases both
k: nobby and durable, ,, .
= just' the thing for a Real Estates

Xmas gift, also a fine ,.: .
collection of albums
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$ ,
' and dressing table 10 year case food / m e i Ie! t I I
ZO'year .case... Guaranteed \3t;\
sets yon may l1"t as.

good Amr.movem't', $8.50; Bared will tatiafy any movement..Hi'for $ "..OOIcooley 8, 9 and 1O, Frissell Building aosoe
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Bargaku.'Bmlacst Propertyforlblawcek Grapefruit Trees If' .54 IJfEtORPORA:() TION'S S CHAPIN( (MINE. v n oj .. .

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Whir. Flacst U _at7. 'W.f.. I J U '
: dine baslnesi tot'on'Are. D,'near char at Me. Gnat aerlsc for

;Miami: R yer;:WxlBO.'price 12000.f V arty I1 M-y offlc' WORK ONTHIS SHAFT WAS- BEGUN IN 1903- HAS BEEN SUNK NOW Perfection:at;; Last.A .
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A"SWDALYA'S
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.Business corner on'Aye. t centrally TO rA DEPnt'OF' nET'AN'D } ..
C.J.Rose Admr. 1.300 WILL REACH 1 liDO FEET
located. 70H1I; price 113.000. imply Lather and Shave., ,

>. i wp1 1.bkietJ' ,centrally.,located, CaD:' .;S"J!..'titsJ.w .. AND 12x22 FEET IN DIMENSIONSIroswoodi Y an : THESE; NOTHING TO"'ADJUST. i ;

,leased for* years,,'a good Investment.Atflnebuslness U I J ': NOTHING TO LEARN. '
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The
:frlc! nay i6oo0.j A. WATCH. :: wonderful feature of this razor Is the". ,
|blade. Twelve blades
.. e; .,, = corner 60x90. with Mich, Dec.'13- b few l I TO LAST ('edges) as ranras paper, uffAnnufMtu },
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aHy back, on Are.: D,wlthla two .. and 1'
; '; : e FOITEAJB. tucou n r iin.it as whalehnne,go witJJ'
blocks of the beirt'ot 'the city: Price f i- months'tii bl shaft at the"'StMI lanUc coast, die chief'oon.tructor say 3 each set. EACH I
--- .., BLADKis for I \ .
< Corpontlon'syCbapn: flue;' there -t good
400 7 I' at ;Iron are only two docks oa tils coast from "
A. choice r- .business b'ock: the- r' Ii; ;::' ) ".'_.,">0 Motmtaln,;':Nenonilnee"'Range" which; lnT,which It Is possible-to dock op TO :I''l'W1UIT'1'oayy J ;t
in
,.rf'ol'ti" ''-c1ty.'Is"nndeikisi: yeti*st A:(fs was begun;'tD August1903.; .*';wf I'eomplete&It .be battleship and cruisers and that until :.2 i' vSBAT, .

; : : : has been sunk now to. [the docks under construeUoa at
peir month. 'prl "only :
|200 16000. I, .f : \ tTriii. I
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,'"' I ., j depth'jabon't UOO: ,feet''and'wffl, : Portsmouth. N.H., Ne.YorkJ| League
A''eoUd stone business block on llth'street. : ,
: '<;'0 J!reach'a dept of 1,600 when completed. Island Norfolk. Charleston aid Mare ... /t+r.dnlicdd xpshedr. I
centraDy located,'price $16.000.presenttenaat'win ., -' '
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ti ; Medal 5.
j :iIt 22x1Ffet'1n; dimenalona'and ,Ini Island are completed the work of the at Juwd
lease for 10 :
years. Tat' i i eludes a pump. column1 department a bureau of construction and repair is .1GO 1
atfiwpperyear.jline. ;- .. -. !I .f-' : .. 'I cage and two. skip departments,.with.a performed at a disadvantage- :*'...... fi 190;. > !I Ia
block on Are. D of three stores : r't triangular space In the pump depart'meat 1 ....... V
between, tenths and' eleventh> streets, 1 fori ncelUtttiAn ';' tixo ;J 'I:
good tenants;. pays' good :interest 'eathe : ,. till | '
: Interesting feature of the
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Investment. ,Price $5000.. A'. I.snap.... I I .ay, ;U that tlteframb; 1i wlllbe of steeL, Miami Conservatory!
Irk: : bUIlD.. block oa A 1'8. D, two j jw I JFOnr? : IDC1t;r.:.eteel'beams' are used'for For, Sale M .-. :
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store: rooms Para $81 per IDODUk'aDeI I ,part of th ,'frame, and SO pound 'steel i 1 Biscayne Drug Gomjaltit]
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esabe bought for$ 5OO.. !' 'rails for the"rests; The. 'stnttles, are ,
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S-r brick sad stone business block The bje nhdy) rti iulr' 'rafls foar I feet long.. T _. ,

cn ....ft;that pays $4000 per year. .i. is to sell goods. Your ad I In-!this fihaft. 0011'11Co LuelIlII.ctoD.1rI The dramaUe by.31k .. ,.
recital
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C\be;;bought for 10000. is a.,good. I.ayoar'Ibest'saleman.aThen not :be,Installed the great CorTnlsh : Belle Cary at'the"Audltorlua4n"next : .
why spend as,
for look pnm ;taken out'of the Chapln's
thlfig yon to ap. KmetbihVArtSiTidto?
I. much on,advertising -a* Friday evening. December 15t&, promises JollDSflDSTIl0.1DpIiis
: ,A solid stone .an4.brIekbuatDesu one cl nk would cost? Few, ,JTT shaft,[;.iolne )"sin ago:; This huge to be the novelty of the season. ( ( :
'near'14th amet. price 1:0.000.. merchants do vthis' bat, {i'machine. now-lles on the aarfyee.. .where, .
Iblock.IIII.a,antInveetmaatf, thOM who do are reaping'a It was'pitlced-when.the caving of the The Choral Soclet;:had an|enthusiastic 5 It 1205 ad l 1207 A...G.
: rehearsal at'the Auditorium and 10cVariety : .
onAre! golden' harvest Now' 'surface above mined or.
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:A'cbatce business corner D f ,ground put ktNita 12 sod
; slo-! Monday evening j 13ISb. -
1Oa1woa1cba'tlwaDt'a .
shaft pct .
[and ninth street,4sxwe-Jiundred. feet .. 'out| commission.The
I:Basin. This Is :a.fine piece ,of,prop:;: :I s I ing renly clerk.disreputable.ia.loar..tore look: : ;: pumji'' 'c U capable! :of lifting.three Miss Dot Hooks was absent from the StoreA for'Picture
qt r for'the mooeyl eaa be bought for Why bare slovenly.disrer thousand ganon* of water'a' 'minute piano classes today. We hope to see > frames,moukf- .

$f660: Let potable ads? Let me do from a depth of 1.500 feetwlth a pre,- her, soon aga in. I and .
.eholce"U'I' >, your'adyertiatngfor".3De 'sure 'of 12| pounds or'ate m' at theHlrottlei The musical kindergarten, seems very fog a.high dass of

'tic' for"$100 per'year/eaa; be month and see the differ- :' |tts.: aarr ee' parta"weigh popular among students" and[parents fine,'display of toys fancy work

busgbt: for 10000. This Is'oneof theJTer ence. I write ads that pay about 600 ions, the fly wheel"aJoae alike. Visitors are always welcome. Japanese Goods for made by

/"'beat Investm sta. One of"the .... t Iwelgliloja4 tonjaad the unJergroundt --- Christmas Presents.See .
0"7 best'; business'bti oa An.. : D for 'IIP ( Ip .l. i parts for t t e' .depth. proposed, will Mrs. r. G. Obentdiaia Mrs James P
LoOt at th1L'. !weigh.300.' tons more. Scott
,Be F. Davis onr 5 and 10 'cent counters
;:tA'goM'.bcartnig"nemse on AYe. D r. .(.Formerly.. ._ot MiamiPurchasing } loaded with useful and orna e.a .
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>t 00. JL 'C004 thing.oslness Pro,1ao j for the-construction of a | tal articles. We also handle tin FOR '

lot tit Are.. I>. SSxM for Box 715I. dry,.dockat. Pensacola ,Fla cap.blof Agent wooden and granite ware uscfu "* -T}i'"Grapefruit :' ..
t i1Da. L'J accommodating the lathe articles for dining room and kitchen -
easy 4Q largest ships Chicago. 111.Shopping : grove: ODe mHa aonk
6146 Lexington Are., outfits for light housekeeping otr "
'f yon doat see'Just'what: yon navT.g .urged JIJ, Rear:Admiral I, Coeoaaat Grove oa.rock road (* ) '
j for come and w-e win showi'OTsr ... w: L. Capps,; chief constructor' of I. 1017 Aye. D. Cor. Aye. D. I UthSt: leading to'Miami"t"t (:
'the city'tree of charge.; Benber'that A. the 'Jin! his annual report made Tea-roem rock house oa
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Miami Is"Increasing In .' Worleyattorney' public at "the, ,.Navy..DePartment.,.,says.. '' of'" every description, Grove ridge overlooking BleayaBay \;> .
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than city in free. "Jiy commissiont paid by merchants ,, L ; ,>
faster say Washington
a dispatch. The necessity ( ii
/ Bee tike MeCToponi tefotVplactaf, ; acres of lard some bearing.
with whom I person-
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,; point fruit trees Water
all/ selectand,buy cheaper..than: .. front wttk: *V ek:l
or4er few Cat
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bare a of ..ooo'till. ara"It u.
population
writ *" a epointed.out, from the you from tors to furniture. Holiday I'Dv end one-half miles from'MlaaLror.parttcalara.appl7Mi 1
so If TOU think of laresUng.i 310X Twelfth St. Miami' Florida strategic Importance of Penaacola.1i.'Re- goods receive!'prompt, noon. !VLk,. .somethfip, '!.. ,. > 'A K..Dearbora ,

.. i the"time.No ., .. gardtag''oockhig facilities oa the At-'J Estimates cheerfully C1.ven.1| _..t1Aj ,' clerk's offlca, Xlaad.J "4


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i.[ '>", Splendid; array of high=class Holiday Goodsnow


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Chocolate and nut seta, after dinner coffee and tea cup and aoneenbonboa
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of the genuine Haynes-Ware with Holland! sunset;decorations. Til ta.tt*
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II atest la chlnaware. The lot includes punch bowls, ..pitchers, stein* and.,
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.. f i salad dlshea. An attraetir fine ot star seta in utln'lined' hoxea.,toflet 0

; iJ"I { a Lt3. hat and clothes brushes b nflferwar !"e hare'a complete auortt .-.
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; I t..t neat- of butter, pickl and fern dishes, soup-I ladels, cracker; Jars ,nflltaxrimshea

I baby cup, sharing'cups aadbrnshes, ink stands, puff boxes, cab.- 0- t
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f. \ you can come to our store and get up-to-date styles ,and '

a patterns for,the same money. 'Weare riW:showing .

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ever brought to Miami |II'| _,._, )rs Le Bon Ton, 30i -32('' 9 52th Si... Miami Florida


We are agents. for. the Famous' Saks Kirshbaum Student& suits for young men .I ,
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'ill BISHOP fNNVUIt ANNOUNCES( Tampa. Tampa Height* A. E. I Will Convoy Fleet .

,.., : vs CHURCH APPOINTMENTS: Householder. 1 I The tug DauntIeas.Capt.. Floyd.whlc: _/
Tampa. Tampa Mission-W. H.Nor-
.. (Continued from' flrat p gs.) ton. I arrived in port yesterday morning

.1 / I from MobL'e, with a,tow of four Urgi' ..a
t Ybor City and West Tampa. Cuba
Melrose Circuit T. B. SIstrunk. barges for use In extension peratf q'
Mission Joseph No and one to ,
Interlachen Mission, -1. L. Jones. i '
will ,leave
be supplied. | again tonight for MobU
Bulbe:!, Clrcult| T. F. Roland.
d fee Cites Italy. Italian Mission E. to convoy here afleetof six ,stern ;
Wildwood -To supplied by W.
L.. Lynn. | GhldonLSeffner I wheeled steamboats' 'and one tag; now;>>

Ocala -.L. W. moors Circuit- W. B. P.Roberta. under oommand of Capu W.,H. ](>*:
UmaV.na: Circuit- T. L. Cooper. AId Circuit Thomas Williams. intyre. Thesteamers; ''<
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Palmetto B. T. Rape.
Lady Lake Mission T. L. Cooper. pressure and will.run'from point
Leesburg T. [W, Moore. Braldentowa E. Jl.Cates.
i fll' Manatee W, C. Norton. point along the coast wader fresher
K Cotton Plant Circuit -W A. Wier. .. .
; i riunellon and Crystal Hirer -W.H. Oneco Circuit '- H.:1 J. Boefllnger. secured at each place rlalted. --n.
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s I / Funk. I I Sarasota'Circuit- E4 A. Townsend.8L Dauntless wffl stand by. the fleet Vo. ;-
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,; \ ..' i' lYen .. Circuit- J. L. Teats. Petersburg N. B.-WUllama render aaalstance In.o cast of a breakdown ; -

1 I ':Reddlck Circuit- ,To be supplied Largo Circuit R.,J. ,Wella. or other_ ..accident., i'it:
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, 'o by,E.! ; G. Kflgor.f.fOtra Sutherland Circuit Rl I. Barnett. J. c, _-. .
; EXTRA SEATED PAMTStf and McIntosh O. H.:Tork.Mlcaaopy F.'iDarrance.' jupernnmerary. Mr. Ftagler Coming. I' .1"

,. a 0' Crcalt'- A-Gray.WUlteUm Gulf Mission -'To,|be supplied by A party of P. B. a Railway official;'
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qrcuitl A, M. Dalga K. D. Jones.-'' '
. ; l BrODSon.Clrculf R.'M. Wffllains. Blanton )Mission-H.; P. Blocker.Webster consisting of;MeaaraJULPlagler. Dri.

'4 0 ; !!1 St;, Rochelle Clrcnli J. S. Collier. Circuit 17.'8. Taber. A. Anderson Vlce-Prealdent- and pit.,

The style and'quality is by,far themost, ,up-to-daw and 'best'that was ever Anthony Clrcnli7: To be supplied Brooksrltle and Mission T. Scott era tendent! manager. J. R.: Parrott: raperl,|::
R. T. Cot
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M. D. Cunningham. ; manager.
,-J brought to'Miami., Oar boys clothing is made:in the' same ,way;us by Missionary. to Cuba -W. O. .FJetctr. Dade P'ant City CityC.W-
good mens'clothes are made. Prices? ':f t\heyare\: far below -' r j Mission! -A.{ M. Gardner. are spending the day' at Palm Beach/-""

'' : 'all'competition. 0 ,Just come and see. It> i Student la Emory!: and Henry Coltege Clearwater G. W,. Mitchell. and are expected to arrire her w.
J.t.. afternoon., They left St. Augustine'yesterday
Va Morrow. President of Florida Seminary 8. "
} ': Orlando District at noon and before return-.7
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4 h' BlgbamJ .!der. ''ng will:make trip over the Hoist'stead
i .J. ,W.. presiding Missionary to Cubaj!- 1C.'DeLofen. a.' ,
Orlando R.IY., Atkbon. extension of. the road tn.ped'"
0 Conference, Colporteur J. P. Durance.
r1 'I" : Oviedo J. *W. Austin.Sanfotl I t all properties of the company 'here,,*

.:.. D\ B. Sweat. Snndayschool agent I- .K.Thrower. and. very likely make: ,a trip to th e!
MalUand MlssiOa -w. H. Stelnmy- Transferred extension operations In the Ite tIne
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$2.00 to JmOO, per Suilp40O er I To Missouri Conference-'J.M. Ma all the way through to Key ..t..;

..,' ,. Apopka --T. S. Armstead. I jor. ) This Is ,the/flrst time Mr.'Flagler baa.
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: Oakland ClreQ t' To be suppliedby Wagoner. I ITo '

''pair:,,boys' pants, for' you to select' from.: They 'are H. F. Barrlfcf St. Louis Conference J C. P.Kackbnrn. .
< Mitchell.
; 0 1'0." .f' b < ; Bartow J. B. : j Housekeepers (Club) Meeting

. _. the kind that will notffip.} Lakeland j; R. Cason. To South Georgia Conference -O. S
Mulberry Circuit, H. B. Praxee. -r
V k I tl .j : '" L: c P.S Austin
a j : S Fort Meade and Homeland F.Fix- Ordinations
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of Cocoans
ta ton !| The following ministers .were ordained Crave herd a most interesting bust

: : :2.5 tij$1.5O.: Bowling Creed D. L. Swltzer. deacons at th-j e'oee of the .er- i meeting ,on the 7th. for In spite
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: Prices : : : J.j P. DePass.. mon by the bishop.'Sunday mC'I'D'JlIf: [the threatening weather there ..was.i .
Arcadia -
William UxJhthonrnel Lewis D. Lowe.I i good attendance.. .
... j ';), J ..,,:f'. ,' ,, ] .. Nocatee Circuit B. Margeson. Kent D. Jonos. Eva llTa! GhMonl and i iM 'The club house has,been put In brJ
0 \ "t Fort Myers -J John L. Moon:
and .i>aal Doralncner.: : tbf' last two were!'for the season and the reports otth,
,---ill we astiri this"dPeartment is that you call lookbefore"you buy" tf* Alva Circuit! 4-. J. F. Mitchell.Brownvl'le ,
ordained.un.1 .1'aJ"Ipaph 149 of the
= o "r : ;I rarloua! officers.of the club were
1 CU-cnlt end J. H. Owen. j t<1Ifc1pllT). a* wlorjjirtev"" The bls-!|satisfactory. As the ent'r .ne
Gorda Charlbtte Harbor-
Punta hop annonrred the f rdnaton! of Andrew -1:wai devoted to business the next 1
T, J. PblllpLl I I( S'edd' !n Lake P'T last January. ,meeting .of the month wiz be
t 'ro I Winter Haven To be supplied. by ,,to'the order of deacon. to the program papers and .11

John Scwcli |& ; I I T.Everglade J- Fink 3!j l. lion to be lupplied.i' I gnndar A't the'afternoon clow of thei the j, memoriameriee foHowIns dea*,(on The current subject events of the paper r lint,

s.oPaUertou.Tampa District presiding elder. I I eons were- eJectej ej|Jen: Austin Wll- Thursday. December' 14.. la' on..'"Tb''
MIAMI Ira I'am BJ Tusk: Gladfr"ie S. Roberta. Early History of Florida": by MrMathers '
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Hyde.Park W. J Carpnt
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