The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00924
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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:, Infermatlon and complete his work. WESTERN, ROADS RUNNING w W. HALL AND MISS :

l ,At Its. Meeting last Night And I[Atkinson bad been Indulged aucleat-,I I I
... 7 HORS
and it was the voice of the coun- I
*; Passed Two Readings I
t!lal! that he be asked to report at the IN INTERim.J. OF CUBAN TOUR YESTERDAY AFTERNOON UT '
I next meeting of the council on the new !11IST I

...... code of city ordinances and If the TRAV Lrl I NEITHER INJURED More Money Spent in Miami This.I And Martial Law is Declared ,In

Fame '.s not at hand that the council .

JS I IN :SUM. Of $ IOP, OO will proceed to procure other counselto Christmas Than Ever Before I 1 1A Certain Russian rovinces.

complete the codifying'of the or j

4 dlnances. If the fOn'ptt g from the Chicago Wbat came very near resutlng: In a

I I Mayor Sewel'' reported that hehad Record,HeraI i t Drs 19, were true, serious accident.occurred on the C COB:
appointed Charles H. Smith a police t i nut Grove road yesterday ante oon MEMORABLE SEASON ST. PETERSBURG
the East nd the entire DARK
Twenty Thousand of Which I Is 4t I man for the holidays on the regular Szte I when Prof. Hall and Miss Hattie Cart'ntl'r -
;salary, and L. A. LL.. MaNelll for that com' e woud! go' ,
Coo'ey. (> of thlll city, narrowly eec bed
;. Prescribed for Building City I
Albert Carroll and R. ,C. McCr'ff this : a:1: they would ge t' meeting with broken limbs or d ath

j .Hall-New Teaming Law AI a o !! policemen without-salary from be the "patlJih, ugh" to Cuba. Miss Carpenter.who Is a teach r In .'
4 the city. "Cuba bids J:!81! to come to the frqnt the b'gh school In this city was eanzousto Every Condition Has Tended to t 'Land Owners Priests and Others

Came Up-Business Transacted A communication from the Aiferi- this winter I [ strong rival or the I go down 10 Cocoanut 'oveto Make it Successful and Far are Fleeing and
can-LaFrance FJre:,: Engine Company, see her sister, MISS Daisy, who Leaving. ,
1\'ln Three r&l-:
t requested a settlement for the chem- esorta. '1\,11'1; the victim of an attempts ai: Above Average to Revolutionists .

f,ilcal engine by January 1, It 1I"u'lIled roads are \1 with one another In saint Wednesday evening. afer 001 ..

By the, action. of the city, coon dl 1 j I for future reference. exploiting ,J ttractlonl of Cub a. hours resterJay. Prof. Hall Tun; _

last night In taking up a bonding ordi Upon petition of F. B. Hardee, 3. and they win's ay n establish Cuban leered, to 'carry her bome. .

t 'l1.nce.: the wheels of public }improvement C. O'Neal and M. R., Kellnm. IIghtawere : lervlcesumcl..t t to take half of Ch!o- It was during, the rain of the 'Itter. Buying Began Early So That t Governor
I Troops Flee from
r ordered placed'on 13th street.be- eI I noon when they were near Cocoi1nutGrove. -
and advancement, were again set ago to the lsll d sari beck every wee r
i' fween Avenue P sal E: one !in the that one of the shafts ke Many Avoided Rush of The Last Golding-Failure
la motion: and.. though:tbe.ordinancewent : middle of the Dock: and the other The rlvalrlJ I a lecomtng'Intensena d from the axle and the horse gro In, : of Railroad

no further' than Its second' readIng at the corner of Avenue E. by early .JaJJl there will be two frightened bo'ted to one side 0 thtI Few Days-All Holiday Articlesare Employees to Ober'Strikers

} there la every' likelihood that' .1i t :Several resldett: of Eleventh street j weekly traIJ i d a dally train between road. This action broke the th Valuable and More Substantial
i TIlT be pawed and become a-law at between Avenues B and C, petitioned j Chlce' lnd+ three 'gulf ports ,I shaft free and also caused the Causing Trouble--:-Certain Rail*

,the next regular session of the board. for lights on tbat thoroughfare and Weekly aaUif.lwu: be eltabU.hed J I i rage: to ,be overturned. Both of. Than Ever Before Offered. roads Running.
+ The lI'hlch'.lI'&I (Introduced the same j
ordinance was granted. ,
l from New Q .e.D.I and Mobile and;Hall and Miss Carpenter were tb OWD 3s
by ''Alderman Crossland.1* In the VT.' I. .
Metcalf. attorney for the dally saIlingrcmMIam* and Tampa::out,. but escaped with very sigh'
sum of (100,000. proportioned as follows Board of County, ,
I : i braille..
"The Ilnte Ice will be eltabllsb-! Bel.nc unable to bold the j

: munlcated, with Commllslonerscom-I]ed .on Dec ,2hen I the IIlnola! Cen'l.borse' It broke loose from the h nc1J With but one day before Christmas 8t '
La ,Sewers.,140,000 4 to settlement of Its pro rata la tie! I tral, win :of Prot Hall and continued Dec.; 22 Reportsfroni
place m weekly an tc the the records of sale In.Miami bear
Streets..$%0,0000' construction of the ,Avenue D bridge I Minsk, Kostroma ,and,Voronleih
Grove. where
II't o be know the It was .tbpped the
Public buildings $%0,00.' 'brer.the Miami river., He said that f Mast which wlKri'' 1 to f New lentee'a'a''Peacock InD. every Indication of, far exceeding. his morning elite that a general

'Public Dock 110000.' I I hs;trotted" this matter. Involving a scbedue|[ai d will connect Prot; Hall and Miss Hattie pea those of any other Christmas In the strike has begun. and all traffic has

t ;Pre' Departmentiinooo; : ,.'deb to the c'ty of 15.000. could be with a steam f >r Cuba. 'tei continued a short distance a1 toot I history of the town. cealed. rF
' There la very' little difference. In.':settled without litigation. The- com--III, "On Jannarj v?;5 the Altos, In;conllPc.Ion. I and then secured a ride. [ then I Whi'e It Is Impossible to. ,reckon
the texture of the ordinance'and those: mnnleatlon'was ordered:filed,' meantlme.. the MARTIAL. LAW .I 18 -
'I with ,tbfpobne ,and Ohlo.';i 1 eople' I. Cocattnnt i :he Increase In dollars and cents. It,
Introduced In the past fortbe"lame The Board of Public Works"was'advlsed DECLARED
Grove, who : IN POLAND
establish an! already In
a some hat'of
i'eedy service through| rl. :
a known fact that tbe merchantsand t
I arposie. Besides other things It that the man employed as bridget !
Mobile. Abou |ite same time, the,Chl- all unsett'e1J frame of m' be. business
| men of Miami, have done
ndt I
i :prescribes,for the holding of the electlon "n
I > .on the' second Monday In Febroary. der its Jurisdiction *o' far all duties Loulsvir ai{(; Kashville. Central of1!through the streets and started out ban ever before la a corresponding:' ; of the Governor General,was gm-
aad name VH3.. Rodgers, A.:J. went and that board was ordered to J ; tom lite :
Georgia and oi t ; In'1ulrles. The
er roads, will establish presence ,of period.Every. martial
Kolb and R L. Mathers as inspector: a* arne control of h's work. 'a dally 1J"ce between this city''!t'u.1ertaker King who came aloe the i' ;

}l aad, John .1C_ Bnrdine, clerk].of, said The appropriation to the fire department and the 'porto: Tampa and Miami road at about that time, added theslmystery condition has' contributed to: The failure of the Imperial banking 4
election., was ordered Increased from. ) make the season of 1905 a memorableone house of Maur'ce Nelkan.was
from which tier< will be dally of the alfalr, which was ort
Another' matter'' of Importance'was 'U' &per month to I1S5 per month. to Cuba. ullatelr,'...Or cleared up. In the annals 'of local business today. The difficulties are, atrlbuted -

the Introducing of, an ordinance prescribing There being no further'bUSlne.1. the There Is n<|da' bt but that Cuba will hon*!*. Not only I i. there every evidence : to the political sltnatlon.8t .
:and :regn'atlng, drays, wagon "- board adjourned .to meet on"the first i [ of a healthy financial condition
get a large a this
*,; carriages, public vehicle, om- Thursday night la January, 1IM. i It' ha In thp p plait,ge but there season Is no all THREE LAUNCHES FOR SA E existing throughout the city ,and i : ST. PETERSBURG .

r xlbnses motor cars,. and ll ch'othe I tion; and the state for that matter,; WAS IN DARKNESS
danger:. of Itlbeng made the Mecca One good coveM. family laun h..
nlbosea, and fixing a legal rate. of but It Is a fact that every one faas
One of
attractive stores i for tourist trrel Florida Is too we1 it One open fishing launch. -
1 tad money and 1* spending It freely. 8L Petersburg, Dec.22 .
licence charge for the use and r The workmen
la known
h'relOrt .
the"city U that of John as a Ja. ,,to be set One ,auxiliary Itnach saluki for s
L hire of such said vehicles within: the 8ebol4"I I onsly Injured lb The Christmas trade opened earlierI of two electric light plants struck
on Twelfth street New show : any other southerncountry fishing ,and crullnc.
b'Telt7 limit* of Mlamt The fo'lowlngllcenM I I than usual this season a* a result of yesterday and coasegnentlyalargKla
of the fates[ detga have been Installed i lidtail of those, who,soft, o All at big sacrifice prices. 'concerted efforts of the merchaaand of
j' were fixed: Cuba win male portion the city was la darkness.
t convenient to pend Apply to O. H.' Snyder
at 1tm i
One horse dray. 11.50 and -the .storeohertlee.lmproved.ODELL other advertisers to educate thepnbHe last night
their vacatloi'ri .
I CIa aide of the gullMTROt1S nib Companr'a dock.Timis .
Two hone dray; 11.50. to the necessity o{making their Daring a tour of tbe city the Asia

One hone carriage. ,S3. purchase' a* early aa possible and elated Press correspondent saw dozens

l>'- Two horn:e mare.t IS.Omnibus. .: ACTION! TVPEWRIFER CONTEST thus avoid* the. clamor aad ru.h.llld- of workmen between .soldiers wltk'

.: s IS. )y SOuSteDJrt NfW dent 'to .the near approach'of. Christmat flied,bayonet being marched .to prl* ..a
Automobiles. *10.. ',' : _. .,day... This fact 1* attested 1 rOle ...- 'II- ..

i The ordinance then defines'tbe duties ',. 'YORK POLITICS, CLOSES-AT NOON TOMORROW! crowd' *.which for the past two or .

and regulations la 'the driving and 't' i,three week have thronged the stores LEAVING LANDS TOe

handling of'such teams, etA, oa the !I and the thoroughfare within th< THE REVOLUTIONISTS

;streets of MamL! "it melTed Its I j;shopping district r- --

? third reading and wa*, carried .over f Kew lasting,Tork.' from Dee.t 22-o'clock Daring last a contest JudgQ, WiD tout Votes :aa J Declare A Wliaer Who WTO! Aancbftce, There I* practically nonage. to, the' Rega. Des 22- Official land owners

Z toM,next;meeting,roe:Last aedosw night : ,article en the market aad purchasable. ] priest and other of the better
Another..matter of come Importaae*. to 4 o'clock thl morning: marked by ::Ojota'of- 'Typewriter- Waiter-Close Contest Expected ] .,bat It U a noticeable fact that j e'as are arriving here fader eseort.a

r -and*,whlcb, brought, out mock tliscualoa *- hitter' recrimination' : *; .bllt', concluding f _31:<. purchasers are demanding a better I and leaving all government',and,prt- I
with mutual pledge: : ,
of rapport
,g wrs 'a:communication from Salem i the rM .'au. and kind or good than t"i i rate properties In the hand, of tM ,

.' ,Graham and' '\'other Zelattiel! to ,''tDrpiltog'ot'aa cantrolyatbeIINiYork, County from RepuVtcaa -I I :' }J .o'clock.tomorrow anDOllDc&m .t..can give no Inn' offered' and bought' la preceedlag'rear 'I revolnUonists., .., .. 4 ";
; oonventloa
.fJ' mdtninoe; 8OTB4? C wa* wrested. the Metropolis typewriter contest willcoine'to I formation ielalve'lo *: An article .without'artistic, af.ci' r. \
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.the adherent: of former GovernorO4eH ; standing ,of -
tloq?s whereby the Ifaeka '.an j dray* j a dosf, and at which'time the and merit ends no flavor with GOVERNOR'AND-TROOP'*
thaVatand fa all posttloos and sum. .bt the' ,faction headed by Robert Judge. Meun!,, 4'A. E. Heyser H.Promptlyaii ;,C. I the eon e.tantl today, except Chit are Miami shoppers' who demand: better FLED FROM CITY

ar.a. to front-of.i hotels.: bnslnew n Parson" 'Par'DIII"WI'. 'selected.. pre,*. Budge and Z'||*. Merritt win proceed I ;, !*ige vote baa been polled 14 Uw rn.+'e. and the tine! denlgratM bv ..-. i>

I !' ....... 'etc.; and congest and b'ock'. Id"..nt,, ,,.of' .the.', committee.' by acclama-. -, to canvass th'.ballots" aad declare thewinner. !last few day and that the final c nit dealers as "trash" hal become a thing Gold DC. Courtland, (Thursday) -

: the, street to 'a' very annoying and t1oIL. ., |hi| I will hw a v.ry'c'ose contest The of the past. i committee of the people compelled r

1 .daagemi* 'ctf'lJ'f'fTh\' petition''' { Parties holfilni ; votes and desiring award of the Judges will be annou iced An Inspection of the store dfa' ,.ioe- ae district governor and troop to go |

i ed that a public stand sVrald,be ftelt'1 TWO DISASTROUS I to cast theml:for their favorite. In i. tomorrow afternoon after which the m that the working', c'asses are baring sway from their,town which I launder' ft

1 1 ignated by the city:' upon which. all the. contest B1U8 bear fn mind that Tortnnate winner of the va'uible I'bera'ty aDd substantially, and.all the.control of the revo'ntlonlata.! '*'

hack and :'dray ant" to stand when|f RAILROAD WRECKS! J no vote cai;morrow t after "12 !: prise will name the typewriter he I or lines are receiving most generous.aad I

not,la,service.: j| OCCUR TODAY clock' noon and on 'thataccount she prefer. WIM !t x 111 be ordered nattering patr mare. Also, time has GOVERNMENT IS RUNNING '

Coaa'derabte .dlscuss'on f followed I theyj.ire urged to .tend, or !Immediately from the factory'anil.a* the dtap'ay and variety cf **!Mn n f- SOME TRAINS
and It wa.,f.Dly'deetdrl to refer: thecomraaaicatloB hand them In;''before that time. soon thereafter a* posslb'e ,feted for sale been 'more.substantial

to the committee oa Phoentrvllle.: 'Pa.'.D e. ,2J=-.., Three:I 'The Metropolis; 'according to a'pre- them. 'I.delivered I !j:'land .z : a.h. tr; ,; -- .... .". .-. '._... at, Feteraonrg. Dee. Z- The failure
'ua1t&tJoa"f 'something that will last
a report:std action.! J trainmen were killed la -- --r--- him or her of railroad here
today a wreckton'the' I Il many employee, to
With the exception .elm.. [ HCRBCRT PICRCC |I and be of service for week,
of monthsi
I 11&111-1 l Reading Railroad,: a";PerWo-:l 1 : .1|GEORGE TUMER nlwv the striker and the ability ofera. .
eraoB aad Lammu Till ... I !i.and yearn, when In, seasons 111I" "'A, ,- ,
a busrl ofaWcrmea : ,
,!IM7 Jnnrt rta* on an
'. Tis pfcoat' 'a& th.t Anot.iween"t milk and frtS'btlriln.. ODe!1 I, ', !.' HA JS2rrn, rn. .. tr*.hv articles nutslita ttf .....'- """II *.......- ._"-,,'. i.. --rrjTrr'ns .tnyo -." .-..-.-

bustae taken np waa a communication eagteeer-aad' the eiprae iaes+engertssos. I. : TO NORWAY WOMAN I-clothing soon went to waste. '- ,.. .
: from ex-City MURDER:! r '
.Attorney Atk1 were seriously'Injured. I Ir. are running" with ordinary
:who was engaged to codify! the '" IJ J I ThOfle..1In can aerogcodateers .. .
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Nchola: Ra/t +o Hoscoviias
rdinances la ,conformity, with eitr-I r. 'Memph's.- r onlbLt22-; H !hrcrtft the T?chef'l' >* /.,'
] Dee. 22 --c The northbound, 'Y lIgt ;J Herbert, __ ; S#n Antonio Tex, Dee.22-0 r are heavily guarded.
charter. Mr, Atkinson >rge j jtlon. mediae here the
asked for 27th. 2 s
aa Mciwnger train the I aad
on ITlnoli Central D... Pierce third -
t isslstant secretary of H. Turner -
of tlme'_ that he'conld sn' G. wa{ executed here jthla '7etb nf this mnntli. .> N.- - -
RaflroM' ch left_!'*fir. Oriels!. 1nfaDtsaereeked .. : ... ra.tl.G.t. sfierasea i iabeth. I..r -1"Rr:1:5&
iPE' &,* atadyMacodefar; j I > ay4wt/ Ga41 ) : for the murder,of Mrs -x, -.i. sit s .h. '.: __ fTR
tMi- a I ,neat on *, ::-':rt10NED: *
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.- By' doing til*'fee state II i 1 Lynch. lut Marcb. The 4omihe II'IDgemeata by naatrn. 'h. Ml"**;; today. One paswrger wa j I Ii : I I n. w n..e. 22-The ""' oJapaae*
I Chef :was anee at b Ija .. ;
t Etbatcottdseeomplish: more tovbovt !WT'ed'aid Ili inured, ] ; r [altse + t ;.WWI., H!" ORC.I :.. .. -
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coaehef : was : ;?!'O! "f"" comi *
.,'': -;ttme;thaa Jhe. could la weeks|wen derailed and turned over, gong Pierce,:, David( Thompson former 1 Tamer assaulted add her throat eat.en I' .V-oner* state that the,treaty reteUiMv

-j 'of, eormponjiag-and, asked' for. aa-i dow$a* twenty foot embsttmeetOf, minister'to: ;, B asfl.'::has-'been 'chosen clrcnnutaatlal wa arrested evidence.and eonvlcte i oa I' .:XT have tererml fine small cone try ,n to Manchariaa;affair*,"aad "

,", ,erteasioa of the" U, which to Ret. thU',f+I:the"_Injured' one will ,piobabtj.dt-. i. atneaulort, : > i edtoj ?. 8...:M a'f InnoceacDL He *tea4fr1 n'aee,trw.tn for*,-sale. cheap' Beck. SP!!sa,I.n I. '''--< ""IIT a'. Chlnee-Jpaa am.

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CIRCULATION BATES: ago ; see] our display of *

b Yew sy MSB.............15-00 Three Months..................fLSI of Useful and Ornamental

:.. jam....:................ UO One week by Carrier......... 'MAdTcrti !" I 1 )

"inr:I Kates made known on application. ;1 !
one [ Presents
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DECEMBER 22 1MB .. -1e
FRIDAY ) wsalm'
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'f saw

Russia's.troubles seem 1 about to culminate In revolution. Revolution 'veil I[ I :

1\+ Involving 130.000,000 people would be one of the greatest tragedies In the #: ng, Linoleum, Reed

history of the human race. Russia ass already suffered much through disastrous

; war 'and Internal riot and revolt tat these are nothing to a revolution and chairs, Sideboards,

r', which.would grinds j the country in poverty and drench It, In blood/There 1( ,
1" has been- hope that the j concessions and reforms that have been proclaimed | its, Dining Chairs and

TOtte at the head to carry them out. would stay the tide of revolt and were
t'a: prevent U from swelling Into revolution but they seem about to fan.Perhaps' !Ch I <<: ; utiful oak Bed Room

?! 'they were offered too late. The fire that has broken Into flame : CasesChiffoniers and
smoldering.. Nearly eighty years ago. when the poet :Raa- I
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.i kin was banished; he uttered this prediction 'ThInk yon dazzle forever those order I in fact everything to '-

*V heavy-eyed, drowsy multitudes by the splendor of the Czar's crownT Error and .

That splendor will fade,and Just too, at a time when It will be most needed. beautiful,. comfortable
:i'. These 60.000000 of swinish serfs sleep! stilt yon say. TrUe; tat they win

awake! Not, 'certainly In our,time nor perhaps In that of our Children hut they 1 .

x.; awake they will and when that moment comes the Emperor's scepter will be )| |I'
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a child's plaything his divine right a Jest the supremacy of Russia a vanished I I "
|; dream Be warned and let the work that mat be lone be timely ..about. j Wp have them in all sizes and

h ,OIl'the day I speak'of the extinguishers win be oa fire too." every I

e These' words sound ,ilke a"prophecy that .about to be Mailed. There Is I r 1 V e SurISO coal oil of gaso-

disaffection even open revolt in many regiments. If the army fans an fallsand j \ij
the Imperial Government: 'must falL -Then.anarchy and horror unspeakable. mas ;, i oil heaters, marked low ,

., After that-the slow process' of bringing order out of chaos' and establishing Hay I .
hood !
} 'a government t liberal, enough to give satisfaction. strong i
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enough' lo enforce necessary exactions and restraints.

i I ,-j? .. The struggle Is between the Liberals and the Reactionaries.: The lead- E!' i of Japanese hand painted' Vases,

I >1',-, ers of the revolt comefrom the linden a, the proft rl. the towns and cttleL I
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: The more'active"p'participants are mechanics and townsmen. The
'a" Plates Salad Dishes
$ JIeIs.DtI'of whom there are 80,000,000 or 90000.00 have been* sow to act. etc.
The strikes have csnsed them'to suffer, and they are becoming aroused. With "tI"k" i 1

these, caught,In the whirlwind of red. revolution und no force to stay their loin", : I the goods, no trouble fo show them.
hands the French Reign of Terror was but a Quaker convention compared
I' t 'with Russian scenes"of blood and brutal savagery sure to be enacted. '": I 9 '*
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f":: The'wideawake alert'editor Is the greatest force for the apbuLldfngof "' '' ; -

r 'a town: Everything In, his:town he consign of importance. A small
-U: town Is M important to its people a< a great 'improvement In a large baked W. Watsongrew
i: town,is to Its population. The live editor leTs; about it.- and by doing rPw '

so kindles a public sentiment that makes the town the center of Its effort.It "un" '
4 Is.nearlY arrays the ale that If the editor'fills his paper with a sp'.rI -

i it of progress=progress for the town as,nil as'for his paper the peoplewin each j
laugh '
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1 nlte'and 'bull:..kll'effort.. .. Any, community Is unfortunate whom, e4{- '
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',. Itor has metropo'Itan'[conceptions of !importance and who waits for their ; t many

\ realisation-In some project before he deems it $Important enough to pnnb. 'win I f l -di
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', That community; Is fortunate" whose edt or- understands the importance of come F'f: Magno1IaUrocery

i",- r small .things., but has "metropolitan, aspirations. .. Times-Union.' III' : I ,

'}: ., 'ht"r I d's- F. H. WH VRTON. Manager
:l ne city scanvenrer department notwlthstatd'nic it la handicapped by "rolli' I these {
It. a lack of_men and eara.'eIID keep Miami reasonably clean if the businessmen bt' : an- .
f- and other aid It. This department can not keep the city ,"

:;,' clean however.dtlZf-twm;; the"streets and alley with trash 'or allow their lawn ( i|
servants to do bns'ness men and all citizens look at the problem !' : pre: t vtzt inner
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L: of sanitation as'seriou one and let them.: assisted b) 'tbelr familiesand TO\"s J t | Me- J

I servants'make an effort lo keep yards and all other premises includingthe : '! : 'Christ-
streets In front of(their. homes and places of;buaineu clean and healthy.Let now iI

; us all pull together. for.a-cleaner, more healthful and more beautiful city.. !; 3 J
l' of the I In preparing your Christmas Dinner be sure"ha t AI1

t( .. res'1ei your supplies are fresh' and pure. I It t you make '
The mayor and marshal would act'wise'p If, they woa'J instruct policemen -
purchases here are "sure of both qualifications: ',;:
; to promptly,arrest all! antomobilists who exceed the speed law on the cute

t streets of MamLIf. this does. not meet the en-ergency there should boa, : hr'nr 11 I
r;;: law passed. such as exists In other cltl>* limb biting the blowing of horns ,
I lug
:,. t by avtoists the city limits. This yOtl'd'atop the trouble" for If an auto : face a ? We are haying a Special Sale
lit can'not, blow'hls born for people to- clear IW! .ar";' he can not ,speed and : The ; v ta I.
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:lm: reekleaeTy oa Aa lIU'eeta.0, ,- : .sr, *:' *s '* ? .' )
and her 3
-, : : of Christmas candle es, assorted nuts.. jellies, jams. *.-
John W. Kern an Indiana Democrat and once a candidate for Governor- i .p !
tre.., r : .raisins currants. citron, oranges, apples, figs :dates
asserts that la one Indiana county with 4,000'OIU there are 3.000 purchasable 11'811" and ALL KINDSlof DAINTIES for, Christmas.,
Democrats and Republicans i about eqnary.- hided as to numbers: The a man .
voters of many' Ind'ana counties are equally as degraded according I! from J

1 'to.all' accounts., ',Ana Indiana Itt not the only,SUte. In. wfclch the "sovereignIs 1Ipref ; make Comer Avenue D and Fourth Street. .
I that
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-voter' as purchasable,as cattle on the market. ,
:* suits ': be .
eaten 3-,
Chicago has,figured: 'out.that ,tube beef trust offlela's.are convicted,.the .11 h3 : Jar,at a hardware store Vntfe a In -last 'one-half cepi"of'l boiMng water.
total penalty might be,lOs years in'prison and ICOO.OOO in flues. Seems t '
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Bake In well buttered
banish or stick: smear the hole*. or all | a tin_In a:modi
c pretty stiff for, running. an enterprise that pars. a measly little two percent along ,
A ., ._: ; around them using plenty of It ,'so i erate oven' about three-quarters- of an
,. ; I from |( :! : ',, for the rodents win get their coati_'well [hour. Csl'the crust-sllghtly with a
7:lnety'thonsand'dolafs-n! j Rold'disappeared ina railroad 'Wl'e'k'I Wyemtnz. :' cept | him smeared as they pass throuc '":rJae sharp bit and, tear.the, pieces apart }

k : That's a mere bagatelle compared .with amounts In gold that have the her. first one to bass Informs the ""others I I Instead of cutting In slices.

? Disappeared In:railroad ,wreck in, Wall street.; at ) ( t and! It .Is! said, and If all the bo es are I '
... f'IIrI1 : step treated likewise,they desertVery I l A NEW RAIROAD IN ECUADOlitf
... Fulton. Cutting has reslgne'u the presidency of the famous Citizens'Union that | they the premises. WOll I
snd left that'po'ltlca' orcan'tatlon .without a leader but that matters, Th, I [ Will Be Per the Government and Run

little.; as\he organization does not iopear.,to be going anywhere. entlr, I sheer transparency rema'ns From Ambato te tan Antonio
'nc 4': l .
If the the. mode Infabrlt'l.for', youthful
x J d Ogden Armour the'beef trnstnagnate.'haa been fined $2 for refusing ; j
dancing frocks with their ruchlng of New York December 22. Charles
;' 'to muzzle his'dOC }lr: Osd'n' .'&01aot": believer that a prize. dog should be was i { Then -
nets of There
tulles, of Iao# are R. ),Moore formerly of the Erie Rail
:treated like a mere cabinet,o>neer.c plays
.... I, flat ribbons silks and sprlnk'lngslof go'd way' Is making preparations to return
.rP | and silver used, as well aa tiny bows to Ecuador, where he will build forthe
It is now, asserted that electricity can male memory.a blank. Those 'f a i I of pre of
I gold.and silver !gauze and
jjvelvef government of that republic
witnesses' before the insurance Investtgatoh'In' N ew York hive'ev dearly ;r.e; j e:., Flower a sewrailroad
P printed mounsellnes and
been taking the electricity,treatment.."' - 'I i gnus.es.together which will ran'from Ambato.
; with the sheer, lustrous where the trade' from the Interior
i<| l I ; been
Marqu'snttes and chiffon crepes
of er'Jcu.dnr
t The *l.!e of Pines is said to"be: a'splendlir place"for the production"of In 'Ji ''l j j s kinds well radium: : concentrates 'to BaD An-
as as the ,,
and tonlo which Is situated at the head of
plneappes.: The Iowa contingent down there'seems determined: to raise aplum A | i 1 furnl- chiffon tl'ks. '1 '
are used to Increase the
I crop" also -'Ii.f. the navigable part of the Amason'rfT. :
[ lot of fabrics that 'rised
will be for j
'> Indiana" proposes'to make- it a capital offence to lynch foreigners in that +J :I I It both ceremonious and Informal I oc a.1 er.The object of the new road II; to obtain -
state.: If that law 1 U passed.'the wise mod will be careful to lynch.DOne but, boy candy ]:!|; -f sions where dancing frocks are an outlet for the valuait a product
' natives. < 1n'R'71 ed Into requisition. J of the large rubber and lumber'district
read*| .
] strain-I .
': J I on the upper Amazon River.
4 4F ,A Des, ](Dines woman's" club- Is advocating "fewer but better,babies.". Our apron ter. I '*i I I For a most pa'atable spore e cake toes will cost atouf six'million dtIC P

own babies could not be better. The Improvement Is. desired. on other per I of 'beat the yolks of three eggs. lben, the I and American engfneen'a.d Amert-

seal'.cbifdreu., ," !". .t; J,w..: tl 'I|: of sn 'whites until stiff and fold lightly to.l ean material win be used 'almost ex-
{ fried gether. Sift In one and a half cups essvely.: -
still; the more you hear about that domestic affair of W. B. Corey. 'the was f' ; at ,sugar beat, and add one t aspooe j.

'steel magnate, the snore yon favor a divorce for his.wife.. ..... to rol1 }l';;I ful of lemon flavoring and our and albat 'J For Rent Nicely famished apartments .

F But one mere day remain for you to Est-bsnkvu$. : of I I cups of flour sifted with three] for housekeeping No ehl'drenwanted.
.. pine levtl teaspoons of baking powder. Stirs m'14th streetIHI .

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good woman or a
bad ona
Biscayne Mr. and Mrs. George a A ,
F. F. Roberts, Boston: \V. F. Miller onet Mostp< pe like the young man 6n ortt
IN .GAY ATTIRE} J. L. StoTer. Albany, N.. y;: .Charles ,In the 10Dltt'[ i re "not very good nor md0Gifts
,Jt. ,vet _very >q d"Ve move ,about the \81.
Daley Kentucky;;' (John Dickinson '
tiastnre o i'fs! !'n huge herds. and a'l
Jacksonville; F. E. Brown. Key .
:: l Went; W. C. Wilson.New Tort. : y.1--I$do the san};a.t' Ings at the same times.land
for tJ1 1 same reasons. "Forty
CHILDREN ARE- CELEBFtATINO -,,J. Wl'eyand wife Chicago; Mr. and 1,]feeding 1k'r. e." Are we meant We'! Suestton8
Randell, C. P. F
"NORTH CAROLINA' Mrs. E. S. SheUon.jB. '
WE' have < (ti< some mean things In
H. Shelton! Boston: D. E. Snn-
,f DAY" MONUMENT. IS TO BE ,our time. :Are we generous? Occasionally .
John W. Vickery
maker, Atfanta: :
ERECTED TO CALVIN H. WILEY' Rochester N. Y.; A. Goldsmith.. 1 f[ e. Were we good sons
'or dntlfnl {f a t ghters! We have both
: W. Coleman Jacksonville
1 MPwankee;
t tv lUhonored I our parent,
honored a:
Raleigh, N. C,Dec %SIn accordance }, j- .ho in tii ithPlr t\I1 done the Mine' by chosen from lie lion Ton uniquely} combine( rtistic beauty and exclus-
1.j: with the proclamation"leaned by I Ir' Southern Phllop Crorp. Sharps, '
State Superintendent of Schools J.Y. ,berg Md.; C.J Shnff, CadellaeMtch.: ,rf miseryI* ;, we melt we do.at Do the we sizhtdeed for.: iivite's. if design! w tth practical utilir)'. Although: they 'are so very fine and

U, Joyner, Nona Carolina Day Is celebrated J.J. Burma, Port Murphy, West Pa'm : '
l today: In- aT the public s'hoola'Beach; A. S. Kennedy: Chicago: ; M. ;;:rpt all atx J t when we baTe turneditbe not to be found cls< svhere. di not think they are uriced extravagantly. LeI
; corner :,F 'eqnently that Is so. Do .
::1 ,of the State. By a special Act the C. Wood 'ard, Beaumont Texas; W. j! '
date l/etf slature ordered. that one J,, P. Fountain, ICfptnne.Ererg'aite 1''I"at we Iheishou'd expect ,o lav be put dr JmlgtnentVe to open shame I Ion Tun's prices a e the very lowest ,that the. im intelligent ,and strictly

: In the should be des'gnated E. W. HendrlcVs. R. '
'day. year ; V. Hendrlcks. Jacksonville Hu"yDonal.son. l 'rlhly frightened of this ln,iness methods c inrctle.. We have' anun,ed; J partial list of our holiday
s North Carolina Day'and be appropriately -, ;
i did we i i4 it!: e to the hope that amid
P r celebrated In all the public Tampa; .C. S. Chambers, I 1Mol! I
;': schools. ii" i Mn C S. Chambers and two boys, I IJII'ksoD1le I I the l! evelatlors then for the goods for Ghristma,' presents: You may get stag je-tions from the following3apcvtneoe
just j !tlJRP! public our little af-I
The celebration consists of musical .
\, fairs f II to attract mud notice. .
:, exercises, singing of patriotic song, Fan Carlos R. E. Safford, B. F." may I
Jugged 1 h<> standards of hnmanlty -
'! recitations and addresses dealing with McVeigh, St. Augustine; :Mrs. Tatum J '
; | few p xp'< are either good or bald.i. J Saivn
the ear'y history of NorthCarolina.Th's "'olford, Ha'landale; Howard Dyer !
<. '"I have no jbi en a great s'nner. said Q{>orft
year The Upper Cape Fear" Is Jacksonville; E. F. Carr, Oliver )Ic- I
', [the dying fell I on; nor had he-he tad ;i,
'; the topic selected for the addresses. Gnnrrtn. Fort Pierce, F. J. Raymond.Co'umbne '
I It been $a le a great fool of by a I II
; Pamphlets containing much .of the 0.; Rev TVbgner, S. J.."Iwtainany I, I
a iklnd Is! all tarred with
: Scotch Highlanders and their :settlement ,Tampa W. H. Chambers, St. Augustine -I Itl'e ': J II i We have ; >urchased for the holiday trade
same ti =h thcUcb some who
J: the Important battle of Moore's]!i: ;jr'M. Chambers. St. LouIsMrs <30 bz 1,
.:: Creek! brief biographies of some ofr. 'w. I1'Fox! Cartersvllle.\ in.; Miss chunce to] tpe ited upon when the some excl, sine patterns In turn over col-
brush I from the barrel
the greatest men from that section i:I j Louise KJny. Fort Lauderdale; M. III {ff'h I I I lars, hand :erchlefs and center pieces, all
more than h etc, had been prepared! by (the State''J. HarwIck. Char'eston, S. C.: Jul. 4
| Superintendent with great care and ius TW1,,Kentucky: G. C. Floyd. SL'Aognsttre blograpbY'1,I celebrated man neua'Iyreminds We have received v ithin the last week', of which: sspecUon. 4re worthy of your careful-,.
ticr the outside of a coast II
bad been sent to the superintendentsof ; J. S. Denbtci, Pensaco'a; guardsman's cot'ajre all tar and a shipment of exquisite Japanese goods Our regular line of Initialhandkerchiefs ,
the school In all parts of the State p. Van Houten and wife Del1eT' 'e, I in embroidered silk i ralsts. Belts card
I whitewash!|<-Prom the Essays of Augustine : ( embroidered, plain and
'ij' to be wed 1 as the_basis for the addresses -, N. J.: V. S. Brown, Brooklyn; 8.Halees '
to_ be de'lvered on'the occasion of,I Cincinnati. I Bare A cases and pillow tops Erect from Japan t silk is co; plete. Prices are reasonable.

c j today's celebration. I ..co w w....w o n n,,,
''"J With the approva' of the State Superintendent ) I Looking For<,; a Picnic I 1

:Yoluntarr collections were MUSIC NOTES ]JJ I I Division' 1?ICr clieer C M. Rogers on Ii
made "among The school chl'dren In t the Florlcja of 1! a't Coast. Railway extension a 1n I: after t 60000The"

n' all public schools for, the purpose'of{ I I. rttmned down the line last ..
'! raising a fond w'th! which: to defray Miss Sadie Kolb has been maseGfrt'n n'ght afterjjVi ending! a few day with Y I

'j the cost,of a monument ins| honor of the vocal, classes on account ,him famlljj! | Mr. Rogers reports that I newest design In leather goods
::1 i Calvin H. WIle. the drat State 'the extent n is progressing flnely.the t
t ? Sup- [of il'nees.!! We hope soon to see her There is no store in! Miami that carries will be fund: here In great profusion.as .
j erlntendent.of Schools: of North Carolina -''ou' again. I I force beta*! Increased dally, and the
1 who organized treatment of the complete an asso ment of handsome In black white and colors,
: the pub'lc school:I The Fanny Mendelssohn Club have reports oyv| ;l men I They. com : !.
4 system ,of the State. on the wojrk i nl of their being poorly Imported chinaware iri Japanese and oriental I i
I Friday
postponed their regular meet. to match each suit. They consist of
J The monument Is to be erected In '' provided fA. 1>e says are untrue. Each effects as Le Bon Ton. 1 the assortment :
afternoon at 4o'c'ock.
to Saturday
4 this city and'!:1250 baa already been raised by contributions from school leaves N(* !rork or ere1'er.becomes Co.'s Japanese ware and the celebrated
faculty before the State Educational pocket etc. We also have \a 3 i
children.; It Is expected that a snmc.d i fro aj i nd agrees to pay: a nom Haynes-Ware, Holla d'sunset patterns. .
''Association takes place! Friday eve- ./
lent f;' ''''!'t'n'! EI!, i\oAir to' Iral 'are. They are charged of alligator goods, which
,ilrg. December 29th. at the Auditor'i : Besides these we hate a beautiful line of bfJks. o.i
.l: Insure the 'ft'N."tJOn :.the ,monument.\i''U:1: \food'*) and ntt1 i'jlenty I!' c ay for of good It. Mr.substantial Rogers: stag sets in hanisoti: 5 satin lined boxes. you sho l, to APPRECIATE :

i The late tenor Tamagno was thrifty '
; says the i l si uleted ones are simply
Doat give $3 for.a. teather pillow during his -I fe time. He left over "
| 'poXlng f tj i i picnic In the "SunnySwath"
j when tl will par for. a sponge pillow: j two ml'Iion do'ara most of which'I3'OE'S I I t'd
at Mi Flagler's elpeDle.Dl.1'I -
.kc1a! It bt>ur.. s to his daneh'er. Margaret, I
} j Rat' alt, JournsJ.I doffs
,. ." i f ae tvare *
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I No where' in this city will you find [as 4

In our silverware d partment you will collection of dolls both dress,
I complete a ,
1 s :IntereJ'led' find appropriate pres nts in butter pickle ed and undressed as you will find here.

z Are You I and .fern dishes squp ladles, cracker Most of our dressed dolls have been 't
I r- rrF.
; jars military brushe: baby cups, spoon I made up n our work room and they are

1 trays, card cases, an many other things. beautiful: o behold;come and take a lookThe -'i


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v In Miami. ,; Key' West and Fort Mye, te? Abtiii'e i

i 1 onljj! a Few of 1!l

If not an investigation would be profit> ble I -

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A' many Suggestions: ,

f E. : W' .:;,!!.!K-ir> Irlf;:rli..n: Htrcnn. will fur' s i solid facts 0011

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''_ .".li ..,;u.,dwill-;i I l.e. .rc.>tM ns"We. : .. f. r 'the. ...,.,sam., .. andare only mentioned lo.aid in kin9xmas. presents .p'. .
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_Linejaf properties handled; toBardiRei iiead"arters() }
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at eip ber offices to suit your,

...wand;1 gnQ purposes, cit, r "

and country. improved and I -' .II. .
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k epotili>elT| attractive.'Man j I "
it; bf tbV beautiful k1anditi: ;,

tend |d'rom Miami to Key ,

,.Vci! |L&e) repttaeuted. at II j Qaartefmanm
( tae of E A. Ye ads .1
.' r' delL ) bon and quality
finr m. considered theo -

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c&pi talization. An nnceasuig' .," ,.- .' -
"' '- I desire' for honorable '

wanlr dealing, my cap- ::1 IIIII -- PROPRIETORS Of
Ital rporattoa ana board '
of diflciors. Address I I II III .

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REFERENCE. : Key Miami West; First First National National Bank Bank, Fort-' Dallas National i of Bay Biscayne 113! U O=3 0L Al T I wvifth $pt Miamin ,

New York, Irving_.National Bank and National City BaD1r.t I I I I'I : !

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I ilsvy Storm Up Coat .
.A heavy blow in the northern 'partof 10
Town Topics. I II the State yesterday about noon did I'!I' ; ,
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.. blowing dorytrees ;
considerable damage by .
_. k & SOlt"'j" e'w'-"ele'
I and unblocking some Jwue .b th aynard rs
Mrs. P.T. Skaggs U very 01 at her
! lose on Avenue C u4 Uth street in Jacksonville and 9t. Aai11 Ulie. 1m f
the tel-
This blow also Incapacitated $
egraph wires, which was the cause ef
Vrs. 3.A.Dalla Is looking forwardto IS! I
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the connection with the local office :
a visit from her mother, Mrs. WUllams. -
being out of order until a late hour
of Geneva.' She will arrive
In the afternoon.

We have Just received a fine line of ( Furnished room; nicely furnished
a fancy Christmas boxes. Candles suit I mom to rent In TOatson bunding. Apply I Ideal (jilts For ChrIn
{ able for Christmas gifts Seybold's! j

4 Store. ,Is Furnished Restaurant Rnorns, *10 *Avenue 1 pvr week.D.BR088IER lAW', all their richness and beauty at prices that never have Len known in this

For Sa'-e: -Fourteen hone power I city. We buy direct from the manufacturer and thefmiddleman's' '
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C Buffalo engine In good order. P. O. I j, save you profit

Box 654.lliss -- I means Safe Investments : I. J 1 :

Mande WUlard. who has been ;I Ia' I Ceo J. Zehnbar Dead Diamonds Watches Silverwear
student at llassey's Business College : Tti" many friends here of 'George and
at Jacksonville, has completed:j IJ. Zehnbar claim spent of the F. E.i j' ,

h her course: and' returned to her home:|I jC.JAususline.t Railway! wil, with regret headquarters to learn of in his Su Rich Jewelry and ,Art Goods] Fine Cut Glass and 'hand-painted China ,
j at Eockdale this morning via: Miami i
: ,Jca.h: esterJay morning from a eerier I I
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i I''of stroke of paral\l Mr. Xetmbsr I Choicest and most tjeautiful patterns ot high grade wares!; ,
candies! where have' .
Buy Jour yon "Mad Orders which consist of thd latest. creations.* and exclusive designs
the largest variety to choose from. !,! wo a most estimable man and was j Quality U the great l4ver., and in every honest comparison we "' ;' This. Store
line of we'.l: knowa thrau,Iioat the state, he I Ilat ;, always fret the creditline. bf I
the the
Seybold carries biggest can-I I lowest priced house in our,
flies In this city. 1 1I| one tlxe bug: ; sheriff] : of St. Johns'county. k are promptly 1 filled. The prices are rrel>oistabk. In .: the frugal shoppers
I'i lie leases a wife &uil three 'I Ii All goods purchasm.lts truest form. D]i n't delay! Make YOLfPWANTT earl .1 buying headquarters -

i' Best tab's board II per wek. I.....&( I:I I:married 'laughters :o aiourn its Stash I II''I ed from us engraved We WILL PUT THE} IA WAV UNTIL IIEJI: fairly bristles

Restaurant, U3 ,..tune D. i I Free of Charge I with Big Bargains. .-
Pull glass cabin! launch for sale.: to Postpfficc, Mlamiv I Florida
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Miss- Etta 1. Mathews' and mother)j.Forty foot; e'ght feet beam, two anda f'yEi-I : I
h,'! foot draught. Fifteen: : horsepower I
Mrs.:, H. ;:M. Newman,'of New '
york.I' Jour cycle ens'ae. Apply tei021 .1
are expected TO reach :Miami! i l I II
Arcnue B. ._ -
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'Che next two days to visit Mrs.: ..
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"White on .9th ,street Mire Mathews I .t .
considerable here. j Brossler wants to list your property ,( I .... I ,
owns t prorrty i I II ': -::..." :: > .;. ., ." '
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Two nicely" furnished "rooms Can i I Vv'e have at a bargain some fine bay I 'II!, I
set board opposite. Apply 203 9th fronts with riparian rights. BeciAVil- \
StjA I

: : !f son &; ,Hullles,on. : I IM he lAD Waste of in
full" line,or 'Ix' >wney'; package j J I Money Xnuut BayingDon't

goods and,, loosechocolates at Sey- Overflow t of Yachts jl

boI.r1 Candy Store.A I The bay or more especially, that
Ii i I pan of the Miami river from the I

I suit in foreclosure, Dade County mouth to Avenue D, is now jammed III !
Security Com,:Vs.:M. W. Front and with yachts and other pleasure crafts throw your money away on useless fancy toys and Novelties, cheap jewelry, etc. Buy sensible

4 husband. W. W:..Front,,was Wed lal of all sizes and kinds from the little #ause! u and every day needed articles. Few mpn: care for fancy .waste baskets, old clothes bags, jewelry

Patterson the county 4 clerk's Erwtn.plaintiff's: office this morning." afterneys -;I schooner open launch affairs to. that the will big go over auxiliary any nor lL fl like. Did you ever see a man who bad more ties, hosiery underwear] shoes bats, etc., than heMs

waters ,In the world. Never beforeat needed? They are .like silver. dollars, always useful and will keep. if
this time in the season have so

River Get oranges a box of, for: those, Christmas.'fancy Indian At many there here,and boats will the be of prediction a the congestion above I*nature made of these been that ;Think it Over and Boy Sensible Gifts for:! Christmas

Keller ft fnseter-Grocery.. Co., 1314
Arsons aCounty boats 'before the season has far advanced. I I
At least two doseD 'more
Superintendent of Public In. yachts and launches are-reported '
,4, : |lilll| LEN BERG SUITS' Sa only a reminder of the great'va
unction R. E. Han ls engageS: t. be bound here and it will be Impossible That are appreciated Clapp Shot, t
for d in the'new 1906 cut. CoaU riety of designs In our hosiery depart.
'"day In paying the school teacher of for them to find accommodations' the hay.unless :: re ugh longer this season straight Knox Hats, Pajamas House Slippers meat. Our stock is larger than ever
the they ride anchor in open
Dade their for first
county salary m1JJMPI front In all sack suits. The Ro'al') Palm hints. Hose, Bath Robe befojre and by far the_best values :e
&tte n days of, the month In order shoulders padde'4 heavier, broad la- haT ever giten. All are importedPe1a
that their holiday money may ke ts- cents! You can get It at Martin's Sweaters, Umbrellas Handkerchiefs .
trousers cut full at hip, small at for I(us ,by Arnold Constable I Ca.
creased. ._.....- w Shooting Gallery on Avenue D and bout .I THhe largest and most seItlect" Drew Suit 9aie j Overcoat *. direct from Germany. The greatest
llth'street making the highest
L-- ,, by :
lit hosiery market In the world. Price
i f"4_ 1"""" < In the city for you'to choose
4 S Tar Sale ao1ln..lauac... score. It goes to the man with the I tt 15 to
A good [ "tro Prices ill $15 $18 and $39.00 % cents 15.00 per pair.
new engine, and'all '1J1 good 'repair. A II best nerves Contest closes Christmas :- 1 I

.targain. ,Apply-to O. H. Sn'der..at. ,I night; at IS o'clock. J. R. Johnson I
Miami Fish Co. y. and P.' R. Lopez are tie at this HIi- I : .
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First National Bank of Miami
Calling cards, handsomely printed g1
:bas a capital paid Iii of ISO.OOO'al10l
at the Metropolis office. .
"of has 4
in three years It* existence
accumulated surplus' of 111,000 ad- t7.
I .
iltlonaJ, as a special safeguard fciiuJting The very latest tyres In wediKng i .

:. between,every depositor and any stationery, announcements' and ealljing ii' H + u
cards can be had at the Vetrop1olif I
possible loss. Total resources IS50- II III
000 4 per ernt paid I on savlogt.: oflce. I

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In tiie new effects In double breast,;

( XMAS NECKWEAR a* ,Ize. Price: $%.SO to 17.00 '

r .. : .. ;' .. t, .. '. ''';,0.1. < ., .. t: .1, -"ii J 'A -B'<n4 y.
for ;
boys price GOe 85c. SL2S
wide four I In] .hand ties Some bean-
Boys pants In the.famous Bull-Dog
Nicer Than '" KNOT BROTHERS BELTS AND snow '

tiful colors In oyster greys
Nothing nor
yt Bn d. will not rip wear out IDle

i' : j sox SUSPENDERS Hat and Edwn Cl ppjtan'd drifts ATIceso blue etc. Our stock Is oth,jr makes. 'Price: SO cents up.

.l.Ikll large. tha we' can suit, the most .&4 Pop Guns to be given away free
sh at the head In belt and F
I critical. Pri 25 cents to 12.00KNOTHES one] with every boys' suit purchased.
for e
a Pretty Slipper "sw"r.,:'Si making.' Price-25. cents' up .. f) .' 1


jhristltlas..6ifi. pelt buckles will hot rust or tarnish and never break tr rip. Half How Fanes Vests Handkerchiefs; House Slippers, Nsckwsar,
y A neH)I il Tkraadewvrier -
Kacgfte{ suspenders have nothing but the best. elastic in the n and Pajamas. Sweaters, Edwin Clapp II Shoes Usta Nigh '

'* 'i': I : tbe Hand workmanship fs,100'per cettt..p frect. Price of 11 bets.! Shirts, .Umbrellas. Knsx Felt Hats,;Fancy" ,.Belts,' S>sp nd.fs Bat

ron..... t It.00 Robes Dress Suit Cases or Trunk .., ......,:.-
,SO. 9oI I to 12.00. Price, of suspenders u.Uu, u.
\Ve have'them for'everybody many '''1 I Palm
Christmas Royal
styles and colors See our bdies' Turkish ;

,Boudoir, slippers} perfect dressers. 1 Bed Room' Shirts .; "

'\Ve have.a.largt lot of neckwear
also : Slippers for fine dress wear, fast

'for men and,hoys at 250 and 500. the colors and tailored ,
which believe is not in in every style and shape the fit Price fLMland '
equal! o( we in black and tan. In ; '
townIn ,fact f '\ve have many good all sizes and all widths $i50. )
for Christmas UtllIg..la xlipperal.i0<< :Maje.tic Sorts. ti.3tot.tag .
things specially ..... I 50 aid $i50 OtUr
hF $1 _
gifts; besidesoar"REGULAR; LINE t :-, i i Genuine Alligator fur __ .: __ ':: _. ?; "
l $2.50.
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,. I : Kilos and Stetson finj E; 'tutIhaU )iris, and b.>v.. .... ater"l I. Trunks snit capes. tetecope > I
,Shoes and'lothij1g f A VI' n llilrp: $0 ajid 57 shot. price $.tMI f all sizes and color price,111 ''. sags, etr. Price of
: I lot d Urn *Ii. ri $>. felt l'dt. at $1 25 t. $4. iOMen'
Hrcw I trunb.3.fOf'?' .t>tOylr +
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','=''.i-',''.'', --L;" !! "? '''.r/:".. ".r". '' ,<'; .. I I ;- <,hoe.., $3 51 and j f3Hi and !f3 5" bath rcbeninful beaut1, a
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.. -i. Ii' "' "- $1.11 weavi. :SiSil and $;3.uo .
i' Alwag {to show you'" .:,i \"....:.: $ '. -It Krerin- Un>tT > hats I"n.. Enderwearin cotton ] Snit caw:* 'f1.MttnIa.tKl' }
} .hoe *_ ttt..ttl I >0
nd.r'l ladies
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,a.n'1.L nrds. :"..! 1't'- "1 Cats "llalr"tltI&.t.: U,' ""ikantlVlool. *,.501o.1 I Men's Icpgir, 7"c to 5lki

:. Mil OelQ. .AnthOAyRornfh;i Co.

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Mr.[and Mrs. Roland Ko'.b.: of New

r Yorkjirffl arrive in Miami In season '. "
for tttlj h'o'.ldaya' which they win en. I '.

[ Town Topics IJOY wih (their parents. Mr.!:and,>>ri. 'W" M BURDINE
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IA., Jtl t alb on the Boulevard. Mr. ; 'i'if
I |||' bringing his automobile with ,

aass essssssts.asstatt.. ihim Measure! seeking.. 1 f!I "

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Sihools Close Today 1I Dr. and Mrs. H.: F. Beane. of NewT 5t'hfr. not ,give all your orders for I 'r'I ,

I, AI! of the public schools -In Dade -':k City, who bare been spending' I mackl knkflsh;! and oysters to the to call special attention to our beautiful line of .
-oranty closed today for the holiday several weeks in this city as guests at order r from the Miami Market and 1 II

&!adtwU! remain ,so until the morningof the Blscayne were summoned home leave, order boy and one bill to
January 2. when they will be reopened !ast evening by telegram announcing, !bother|wlth.Ve guarantee as good
for the new 'teim- the setfoug nIneS of their daagh'er. qualite service, as anyone and we s
...,' In that city.Broaies are ii 3h|? center of town. A. B. ,Doane Christmas 1 JToor

;Wanted A partner with $1.000-for -.- I 1icturesIfi
abnelpeae: tlat'pays rood retains. F. wants to list yew property, W94 -I Office! boy at once. Ap- .
C. Broesier! fc Son. 1200 1-2" AvenueUor214 -. I Ii ply t q 1! & Safford Piano CO:, 225 i iTwelf '.
Avenue D. i Wanted To Tt:t,1 single surrey (! street '
> .I(without; horse for a portion of each I 1 The man and wor an know and love good pictures and whose experience has,been .

On Trip to-Keys week for several months. Address I I ji j largely gained thr ugh the exclusive art stores are likely' to be skeptical when It Is suggest .1

iHon., Fred s- Morse got-away this P. .(). Box 4, Miami. S i DILL FOR DIVORCE : ed that a really g od picture may be bought cheap. Yet good H/\ .]

afternoon for a business trip of ten ) pictures, nicely f fijamed,' may .b.e.bought at our Xmas Sale for QUO TO.$15) I

lie went on the cabin launch Clara of Nashvl'le, Tenn., are late arrivals
die Circuit of Florida: in and for ; J ',
Captain Meyers,, and may find time tot registered at The Oaks. Mr. Palmer i ''

omblne'so.m. "pleasure'with business.Jura will probably leave his family! here Lauri Da I E.County Xanders-In, Chancery.Complainant, vs.l I Xmas Umbrellaswho J// ".
while he returns to Nashville wherehe Xmas Leather Goods.
\\li 1!in H. Xanders. Defendant-Bill
publlc'stenographoffice Is connected in i
Anna Pews very prominently :
forltli1orce. j I
f.r. at F. C. Brossler & Son. business circles and Is president of | UmbrellasT-
To 't .lam H. Xanders. defendant in j i ilh something we all hate Yot: can rest assured that a pretty
7 ZOO 1-2 Avenue D. corner 12th st. the Retail Merchants Association. ;

BROSSIER. will collect your. -"ta.. Malaga grapes, apples, bananas It appearing from the affidavit of I but these th; ,t we are oifering are so gift, While you have been makIng':6:
I Laorl 2J j Xanders, complainant in the lowly priced that should '
oranges grapefruit and fancy candlesat everyone up' our mind what to buy let this '.
Cleaning_ Up Refuse Keller & Lasseter Grocery Co,1314 Ibovt 1F.i titled cause that you are a I take advant ge of the sale, and be- hini be decisive-These leather bags 3
I Don'IU'de| t of the State of. Florida, ;
A ofrre of workmen are engaged to- Avenue D.BRO&8IER. sides, umbr las make fine presents are PRICEp EXTREMELY LOW
and at your whereabouts, residence
lay In' cleaning up the streets and -
and pyt ifflce address are to complainqown. : 1
premises around and about toe flaky
means Safe Investments ant ; ,
tars Han' Hotel .which It. now practltlljr j W ,
re, under and pursuant to
.next, .wee completed.''. and ready for opening Mass Meeting Held | ( Thei| s!, of the State of Florida. it Is Xmas Han kerchiefs Xmas Slippers .

A mass meeting of the citizens of irdered that yon,are hereby
Cocoanut Grove was be'd last night requd to appear to the bill filed
f While our h andkerchlef department Yo have thousand
Threedeganty furnished rooms. may a suggest-
for the,purpose of devising mans. for i ar1J! ; ou In the above cause on the _.
suitable for..light! housekeeping. J. better body and person protenlon.the: first lofiday in February, the same Is overflowing with pretty and dainty tloris relative to gifts but what Is

,H. Tatum .&",Co. same having been brought about by i I ben! ''h 5th day thereof A. D.- lIOC, styles, we w II make prices very low bet, er. than a pair of nice slippers, ? ,.>
the two fiendish attroclties committedIn And le day th
For rent -Modern apartmeaUfornlsheJ -, that vicinity this week. A perma-;]: It i I"'farther ord r d that this order I .:
ti or unfurnished. in the sew Fin- meat be Pi 11hed! In the Miami: Metropolis, I .r.
organization perfected with
tier block. Apply on premises or to j a ne'ip per published: In. the city of '
any Mr. A. A. Boggs as chairman and Xmas Furnishings Men Xmas Sofa Pillows
: real estate dealer. ,'Messrs. : 11Ia Dade County. Florida; once
TV. J Shone Kirk Y11D j .

(ottj" W.I! .Arrivea; J George Macdonald and Mr. 'oe.1:!i I each It t.r"l 4k urther for eight ordered consecutive that copy weeks of I Men's silk s spenders, Ascot neck- i Nothing:) beautifies a home more'thaji WF,
were made a committee to draw npjj I jI I f
_. Tie".large power passenger -launchXottie II th's! r er be posted at the Court I ties, four-in hand ties, combination II a pretty collection of sofa pil: -
I I plans for action after which the meet-i
w.. n! ,Captaj4.Winters, arrlrud -I ling, adjourned subject to the call Hou ld r-In the"County of Dade. I sets suspe ers. garters, silk hose. lows.-, Come and see our large assortment f'
In, port.yesterJayj from Savannah orJ ordered pursuant to law All of which make useful '
1 I the chairman. j 1 I a gift. I ; nothing prettier than these -
and win again Join the Royal Palm 111 { at [ Dade County this I ,I j :i
fleet for,the'RUOn.: : f'1'Lcttle. W. j 'i : 1.1.nd November A. D. 1905. '
r H. 'was here last season, and did a' vre bare one' of the.best chances A. K. DEARBORN, I 1 In add,tion to the articles printed here, there are hundreds of other items in our ,'i'

r good<< business, '.7,-in'the'party,business-! something for Investment which In will Miami 25 real estate cent.Invet'gate I I Clerk Circuit Court. great hnlidy st< ek.Ve sell what you want, notijwhat you don't want. People's ;
'i. "pay per (Ct. By J. L. Pherlgo. D. C. I tastes differ? and we have a variety of gifts suitable } J
a thIs. F. for everyonew.
C. Brosaler
"Several ft ft' ,
good furnished louses } G -
.Son, 1:001.2 Avenue D, or C. C. Carroll -f feat
8f&sonJ. .
for rent for the 1.-H. Tatum lI
I for Comp'alnsntII
I. 214 Avenue, j M. BURD NE 315.318 TWELFTt STREe1 MIAMI, FLORIDA
ft Cov real estate.. agents.." n ,.IJ .
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''Furnl>hf'4 xoonu for'rittor. ligSiat : r- I
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WELLS & SAVES a. March Vii March Villa
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-Schedules Effective, Today UI'/ I {
I .. Are prepared to < xeduteartment.; 215 Thirteenth St, I 117 9th St.OX :
The new scehlulw of the F E. C. orders in the
I 'Hallway both" "arriving I and departing t OPPOSITE ROYAL PAIA PARK BISCAYXE,BAY f
from Miami went into effect this DeL Open October 15thHOT Open December 1st
"morning and a result this mall anJ Millinery I II
'express service:was also changed. The'outgoing SL SERVICE"t
morning train will from now Designers of the latest Jt l trie, hats: : .

rot leave.at I o'c'ock. while.that, ar- i'n'silk dark straw m it cia[a I d,lightweight water for DrinkidV+ Y RS. W. E; MARCH. Prop ''5.

airing here from-;th north- win, come nl I i 1
1* at .'1:30 o'clock. The outgoing ere ,
nlnr train D11e&Ye at' 5:10 o'clock.; ladies LadicsTailoringCepartment

f; wtlle,that Incoming at night,Is due.ke're Rutherford
.at 10:55 o'clock.- For street:carriage and erfeninj i costumes,
waists tailor gown :ad c ats232TWeifda'S
'''We Bay tares comet' rents sad la- It 1 I 2239th Street.

-sue property for nonresidents w. Miami 1

"su retponslbl' *.. 'Beck. Wilson, '_.a8adaestoe. ; .. .." t r .J Now: Open for Boarders, t

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", I "::fE: .: B R': rordroh ii not 'THE f"GA TIER

.,' cos;: r1 fec"t a i oxedo or lull ;1

dress, suit.-. Delay i r* dangerous. c.r'iA-- C .m4 Kuala ......'
I come to headnarters f+r smart tailorins.

; 1V) )Dt,i6 Xu .o tnr OCma6.; Suits flO SEWHL to 175.TAILARLNG J3 Light and airy'Rooms Polite, prompt Service '.

Mrs.' N. /

." 338 Twelfth Street, /JBlscayno Block i -
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IL. L aria aDo a app : I Mark's Oyster & Chop House

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I.,:..J'.,. ,,' \. .-,. . ; I'. :'. .".....-.," .....,:. '.'. Miami teamlauD Sea Foy iJ d j Our Specialty ;

:..; I ,,'!kG38.;, ; Ojeters bjipl.ete, quart or a.lon.erred .
I .,
Ideals at all hour1' 410 12th Street, Miami,_FloilT"
:.r r alt you can to. make everybody happy Chris tnas. It is your'1'*" ., ry l, ; .. :
.duty and i if you do, 'all you can for the happiness oil t thers, it will be oe4B>,otBiesaoe
1. t :nu-t ; ;

4.' the happiest Christmas,you ever spent. Try it i i stock of toys, Makes a SpClear sclalty of I Corner! tai Strut ,
l I
dolls> and* useful holiday fresents is very complete. r jWe; invite you to ,P- A. MULLeR.& SON P,."... -I

r come and 'see them, The prices are so reasonable that you need ingDyejng .1 '

[ not forget tcany..loved ,one or friends. We have a big clco/fireworks, '

It ,, Prissmq SAN. CARLOs ij I L f I

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: i .roamiIks (Opal ..i no jour d *.5vper M7U4 9Sprclal
i I I per..tk to Commercial I :
T-'n Lrr AJfn.C ROOMS ,
k..Q Laundry recetved in the morelivered ,iAtElllllfl r.lsrfb ra ice. ttft :e. -

I I : Roc .Ii"ore same ning will evening.be A trial order the ........-..... ...... ._.,_. '

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will make you a permanent

custor icr. Airs fci A. MeLendo rlI

w, ; ;. CilAILLE. .& .SO; '
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'b, MiamiSteamLaundryPhone DI 233, Thirteenth StreetDRESSMAKING,

15., 808 Avenue I
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' 11..1 IIITROPOLJI FRIDAY. DECEM.ER. 22"" .an, > ". ____ ___
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Coming!' 4 Pickerts Company 1 lri THii COCOANUT'- GROVE BOILING MEATS. '''r

., 14 I
5 10c / -'. t A ...... riuatmm That All Iwive. jli I Cooley & Hornet
iasssr and .. ... ted.eied.Bdlmg i
NEWS AND Is oDe of tbe simplest !, I .
the '
t: Vanity StoreFOR a of cooking, but yet It 1* very fN.i1'' Bar
: SAMS is B.slac.a Pr p rtfJ|
quently not>> properly carried out It 11I11,.
I FOR ttI IITMAaTOYI too easy'lo ball anything hard to boil I. &IIia\WI&k\
,' JAPA GOODS ETC It tough or to boil It to rag There! .

8 !Nights; commencing Monday Dec 18 H! INTEREST FROM THIS PR TTY fore It spay be of Interest to reader to A fine business lot on Aver D,aslR
: We bandle kjnall,1 articles for dining SPOT TERSELY AND NEW ILY read a few ha.* vu buw to boll fresh1: Ulaml, River

I room and ,kitchen... In wooden tin TOLD beef, salt beef sad mutton. j IT ITI 60x150 price IZOOO.
and granite >frp., Also towels, mats, I For the first example let us consider: corner on ATO.-D eeatraV17 -
irons. blankets and comforts. Don't I boiling a piece of fresh beef weighing. 70zU4. price tHOOO.

,A change of bill every night. first-class specialties miss seeingu 6 cent and 10'cent The ladles of the Library Association say fourteen pound First what eta Badness' block, centrally focataX

and illustrated Matinees Wednesdays and counters, loaded; I with useful and ornamental are very happy over the success be added to Improve the flavor of the eased for ( rears a good liiiiilinsal.
songs. *a meat during tile boiling? Fill the pot. Price only $8OO .
t' ari '1e- of the Cake and Christmas Gift Sale
1-1 Saturday. Popular'prices.. Tickets at Biscayne and preferably an Iron one half full of wa
1t Red Cross drug stores held at the Library building on Saturday ter. Add two onion, two carrots and A. fine business corner SOxM wltfc.

last, for It proved not only a fl. a few pfccra of cvk rr. Let the water ally back oa Arei. D. 'wttobs fatal.

Johnson & Tompkins nanclal success but a thorough; Jewas- come to a lively boil and plunge to I blocks of the heart of the city.. PrIee-
lightfnl social gathering. It the beef. This of course will atop the: 14000. -
BENEFIT RIFLES water boiling but ,leave It over the fire
: MIAMI really the first affair of the A choice
No|101" Are. D. sei 011. until It start to boll again. I business bock n the .aryl

Between 10t .- llth Streets Miami and brought out many hand; ome Then when It baa boiled a couple of! heat.of the city to under leaee af

I gowns.ami happy women, to say thIng minute move the pot back on the' $200 per moan price 0t117'11.000.

of at least a dozen store and let It stand without boiling A solid stone business block oa 1 JtaV

-------------t without which no re for half.an hour. After that bring It street, centrally located, price HMOfX.
be.UUfUfllb&blea. closer to the Ore and
let It get only
would be Present tenant win lease for 10 .
just hot enough so that occasional bubbles year
: The cake table ter at $1800 per
rise to the surface. :year.
: Fort Dallas National Baukb attraction was presided ovei byolrs. It is the general rule to allow ten 01twt'h'e Fine block on Are. D of three storei-'

Frank Church. mlncte to each pouud of beef, between tenth and eleventh street,

The aprons were skl'lfully han 'ed but It Is bard to make any bard and d ,rood tenants, pays good r Interest on.
y Mrs. Frank Kanen. fast law.; It lt! hardly worth while to the
'.t Miss boll a piece of fresh beef under four Investment Price $5000. A, snap-
Josephine WIrth made
thechl'dren pounds or a piece of wilt beef uuder A business( block on Are. 13, two-
happy with the toy*. eight.Agalu.! .
store rooms pays $85 per month andean
Capital $100,000 Mrs Tousey wished she had tree If the piece of beef U very I be bought for $8500. '
t times as much candy to tempt e ery small. It would be better not to plungeIt I
Solid stone
one wltb.Mrs. Into boiling water at all, but put It l brick and business block

Wade Harris and Mrs. luto lukewarm water and gradually on Ave D. .that pays $1000, per,year,
JajnesBrown bring it to the simmering and boiling I ,can be bought for $30.000. Is a 'good.
took ,
.C'o Surplus : : $3,500. charge of the Christ nas points. .thing for you to look op.

gift table and made It one of the o.t Perhaps! the best guide Is commonsense I A ,solid atone and' brick:'bnsineesarblock
profitable and attractive.The and a knowled. of the scientific
I near Hth street, price $204MOv. .Y
: only decorations principles upon which the dim"tJuo.gI"Pu *
in the
This Is a first class Investment
t{ were roses and they were I beau ifuL boiled It gets depend.bard. When When It meat hi exposed U- I A choice business corner.oa Are. D
Assets Half Million Do lars One '
bunch '
over a In partlcn'ar. sent by > nSamuel to a beat considerably less than and ninth street, f. ODe hundred feet:

; E, fl" I Brown a pa'e pink full bl< om that of boiling It does not get bard. tquare. 'This Is a fine plec.of property

: roses with stems nearly a yard li ng. Agalu. one most Important point to for the mone.ean be bought Cor* Y
be considered. It we want the Joint to
W j The Tuesday aftempon gathering 5500. Let ns show yon this. ;
taste nice. ls to keep In as much
i; Statement at' the Close of Business. November ((9h 1905 at the Library will be discontln ted possible the juice and gravy. When as, i! A. choice business lot oa As*.' DU

[ during the holidays.. therefore, we plunge the large joint of rented for $1200 per year can bethought

r1 Mrs Robert Mills and her dangh er. meat into boiling water and keep It In for $10,000. This Is one Ot tt*-.
condensed from Report to Comptroller of Miss till the water boll again and I Investments.
Currency: Eleanor Mllls, were among be up let it Very best One ot.tt.V

y guests at the tar.! Also Mrs. JVhn even then remain In a few minute Cary best business lots oa AT. D toe- ''
longer we surround the whole
EDIT and Miss Alice E'lls.! Mrs. Ma joint $3000. Look at this.
hand with
Resources J a layer of hardened meat perhap*
.Mrs. and Miss Lang and Miss half an Inch In thlckneM.-Boston i A good boarding 1u>nse "'Are. D".
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Loan and discounts.",..-. ............,. ............... $263, UHUe Maynara or Miami. Traveler. I for,, $3000.. lea_ ,aood thing._ __ .

Orerdrafta......!:... ... ....'... ......-.. ... .-. .. ...!. .' : The stork moored over the Gn re A business. lot'oa Are. LI' ,1Id1.fDII.. ... 1

Y' U. S.; Bonds account Circulation... ..... ... ..r'. ...... 3.4E last 'l'b.raJaT.; the 14th, and left a A HANDY CHEST. $500' oa easy terms. a ,

:Other Bond owned........................... .. ... fine baby boy to delight Mr. and.M <>.. .That r raUt> fmur Assess 5 AHIt Now if yon dont see just what yor -;

?j- BOOK.. ..... ..... .. ': de Gal selle. c.c_... are looking for come nd we win show II
Banking .. h. :.. .. : ., .,.......,.. 50,000.00)
I ,Mrs. Rosa! Richards Miami Ea ly The careful housewife at certain seasons yon> over the city free'or charge. H*-: -
Days of the year packs away for safe member that Miami Is Increasing tr
L l Available ,Cash ts'' I historian paid the grove a Vis 1
it 'on Monday In company with Mr t keeping certain of the household cloth population faster than any dty to. J
; tug and bedding In
'-E I U. S. Bond owned.......... ..:....... ......$19,000.00 Morse, of Rhode Is'and, who Is erably. Sometimes a cedar chest pref Florida and we predict that ike Had ,
apetd. an article at the '
1 Due from U. S..Treuurer'r'.""."'_" '; .. Z.500.00 Ing- the winter In Miami.. City\ will hare-a"popalatoaoC tUMfrIn r

::1; Due from bank.............'......... ...."..... 9212.52 I 'Mr. and Mrs. Jotept Prow,' w th U16. so If :yon'think of-tareattag,,. 4

1, Cash .Oil' band' ..... ................... ...".... 31,873.83 $145.48. tbely.sons. Charles and Frank, ha e now Is the time. t. r

Total' resource*.......... '.... ...:.................n. f564.836'\" gone to Key Went for the holidays -
V ,: : Capt James Thompson of Mr.M t. I II) ;

-i I t. Uabilities 11 herson's yacht the Unet, Is out a n e .
after r
,y I a.It'rlonlllpeU of'sickness.

.1 Capital paid in... ._ ..h. ..............h... .,.....'..... ..n $100,000 Mi*. Ralph M. Mflmroe'o root** r, ..

Surplus. and. Profit.-... ......;:.:. ..,... 5,377.10 Mrs WTnh of New haven arrived n A a

Circulation: ..,n. .i. ..... .. '........ ,.....'..'. ". i.' "-,. 52.000.M", Monday to spend the winter. BOW vas cam n sans

.Bill. payable., ..: ............ .. .. ..,...... ........ ..... 65,000. Tuesday the 19th, was the saddelt bottom whole contents Is flexired of in the a burry chest when must the b H Ads

.. Depot..i...... . .*...- ..: .............. ... ... 34,459; j day Cocoanut Grove has ever know; i. disturbed and tumbled. To avoid this*>
'U''i ( '' Great svmpafHy IK tot for Mrs. IUd also to avoW pressing article thatmo."t
j Total? habdltJe./J.,..... ,o.JU.: SUit
sorrowing family b* placed below the top layer

C Comparative statement.- of deposits sbowlog iccrease 'la.business. The housekeeper and asslstan' the. client slioun herewith was. designed. J I"hatI
i November'!lith.1903' ..h..... ,.. 155446. J I Mr. ,and arrived at the Ransom scho( i It 1. made of cedar boards to repel
!! NoTcmber:>> ,:10th.' .. ... 254,777. toJ.,... Ransom are expect moths, or pine wood 1 can be used If the !I .
I The school does not moth balls sold by all druggists l ts
are at
NoTcmber 9th. 1905. ,.. .. open unt
.' S January' 5th. band. This chest has a top hinged at I E
1 the back In the usual Pay
'' .The members not way. The front
present at th
erR I Housekeepers Club is blngfd to the front edge of the top I .
meeting on.th and fold back upon it, a* shown In the "
I 14th. missed heat In the! Paper rea cut. There are two shelves within and j I
',, Y"'J' ,'''. andlthe.. dUcnssjon! that tcllawed.A! these are both hinged at the back permitting ,.' s. .. .
I' JV. a nelthei'tite-rpre ld 4t.rlcvpreslden; each oue to be raised while- the .-The object' i o dverti.iuK 1"

.,. \ or-second vice-pre.ldent packing I* being don below It into i Hell poodi Your ad t+
were _
f' 1 4.-...k ,., -.-----preseaiMrsTshone Wlwu the..tooand..rait-.sr -bothia t
y -yonr best salomaa. V
.k I acting treasurer occupied raised every part of the contents of the Then why not a.-
\I. r the 'chair. chest I spend
Instantly accessible without
... much on aa'
... advertising '
',fI f. Mrs. Mather and Mrs. Douglas wer disturbing the rest of the packing.. Th 'one c* rk would cot? Few I ,"s

also,nnab'e to attend so Mrs Johi front II I held In place when closed by me-chants do this. but... i
Glfford substituted and delighted he two small books at either end or by a those who do a reaping, 1
little catch at this middle of
the lower
a dlenC8 with a IInod naeut_ np I edge. American a ,golden ba've*t, Now'. ,
dt.ikIt.l; 1 you wouldn't "anta .loTenlj > k
should say
repntable look-
tltm. followed .( fall .._ .i
by a most entertaining iag clerk in jour .tore.' :'
and helpful! discussion led by Dr. EI]i There I* no excuse for aching feet Why hare slovenly di re-

i'r eanor'Oatt Simmons, that resulted In!],I days.aura ill fitting Shoes aoo.lA these enlighten potable ad.? Let me do ;1
were never more smoothly
D I far-reaching plans yonr advertising for one ; j
for future work finished; better made or sold more month and t .
P I llee. the differ ,'!
A: along the subject line. reasonably than now and It fact suffer ence. I write aJ. that **
then the fault u.with die todlrldvaL. pay
Taejoplc of papers, for next Thursday i
A rightly cheeen shoe
'"" mean
Is "Late History of Florida" by
'" to women comfort, happiness.and the.baeDC.'tl
Jl -s. Flora McFarlsne and Mrs. SSTery. of those telltale lines about the

,!4v4 f. .,,. .:neither of the ladles are here forebead which bespeak coma or tight !. f. Davis
this winter. but It Is hoped they wIAbeabie fitting shoe Shoe too small or too -

? 'BOMB:'OF.FORT' DALLAS RATIONAL;'BANK. to send their papers; ss the Urge win both do mischief. So win > > Box 27S I. '
a high beet which cause* the bones tt

v We incite the puMWs attention, .to, :'the above; .report condensed m sworn subject The elub Is of members general Interest hare undertaken bringing the Instep much to soften pain and give 'wty1:( f

?statement to om.1rOll r.of.plrrtf.cJl; which shows our present'condjtii very serious work' In sanitation .-'.,

Odrprnmth in deposits is shown ojt. the above 'comparative:jtatem 1l ii-:a, gain, and intend to practice: what they Tbe freedom'tn..loving....girt.u_of today who -'. .... "' 'I'., },

$ of one thousand .ecll'lrar:; for':the past three, Vta1'l.' ,Rot \iatemer,. : preach-so they tell me. tin enjoy a 'walk by herself without "r ':BARGAIN"GrapefnritiTrees I

i,show that(The FnrtDallasNational Bank. : selected by;'thef: United, 81 \ a de- OELRAY DOTS 'down'losing the her street reputation' oa her, "bike wno can" without ride

I positary of public moneys, is growing:in,strength and popularity:' I !being booted .t. wtertaa play a IDI dee >

[ Our customers it 'is ltlli Dr; Csson reached Delray Monday at tennis without being com
: a' to do business
say pleasure [ .
> w. \ re am, ; by public opinion to marry her arMOy t OJ.*.-lees tranu.1'-..
pie capital for all reguiiements.within the field lepitimate-banlin I .conduct -. morning and Is now ready for busi who can. hi short lead a human Iwa'.y.' rUcM la -a.,. Wen
\ news. Itl.r.n SIIe. Cicat .uciilc far4ak.
( a Savings Department'- .and..pay .percent interestt\credited\ anafi' 'ipouhdi 'Thompson: was called to Boca lapdog creature's led about Ufe at the and end. not of that a string of a. Uall at .,.ttt :

,ed quarterly;. Respectfully... \1' Raton Sunday .to treat-Irs. Comb, might panty to think what she owe tohe
f ?i I wbo'ls on the'sick list "nnsexed creature*"*-' who fought !i c. j. Rose,-Admt'':
.. tf er battle for her fifty yean aga-J. K. .
A young son of If":' Freys fell an.! "' C r. Davis f.aalc
I erome In Free Pre., Singapore t
broke his arm last week. Dr. Thompson

1 has cbarze of the cue and reports .hakla* tB* FWTM*. ...... -- ---. ,
1 LVJL9't; the boy getting along fine.Mra Many person make the mistake of : '---:: '

.--:. : tL tL0 %:, Bancroft and daughter. Mrs. losing the registers before shaking thenrnare he Minneapolis
fire. Instead ,
: ; :; Sherman, of Wet Bay Mich., reached lace wet cloth tear them open. -
here Thursday over them, and the Mrt III A. Itasaeli ._
: night
and are In their nst that arise from the ashes will '

:i.' ., __... ., winter,collate on Atlantic avenue. fl ling to.tbe.cloths..U .the..,registers New ;l New Furnttnro--OPtI ,

Cashier- ***". --"""' .... f. ,- They"''are' regular winter rlsltors.W. re closed the dost will nettle'under for tile 1eUOD. Board b1 B.. dayorweek. -,.,
j. J. Green-spent e da11n West ettb. and when they are afterward .) Northern Cuisine.' ...
Palm Beacfe. 4 aed puffs of dust will arise and
: ... the contents of the room.. 257 k Btnoet Slats,, I'L

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< All Avenue. of'EeeapeOmeeri u ?
'"\ GOWN l'"sift'..
:, : : : t ; .- Expect_ ..-........"..:'0;,

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." ". : There Is,/stilt nothing new
'"" SOME INTERESTING GOSSIP' CON Suggs murder,case.*o far as'son

l... :! : CERNING THE COMING R0O3E- apprehending criminal.: 1 Is eoacerneJ. ..

'- VELT..LIi!qwORTH NUPtlALS Nothing ha* developed! from-. ...
: j4EXT. MONTH' the suspects, 'held In'JaO and. 'the athorlt'e ...
< -- -
.1 3 :, j' ." feeling confident that tDejare

T >-. .. l'. Innocenf ,of';the offense.., or say
: ',:tt1"'';,',' A Washington dispatch says the engagement connection with It,, will release them;!
I ring that Represe UtlveLnngvorth Sheriff Frohock _has now settled :
1 I of Cincinnati gave his fl- down, to a.' ysteinat'e", ,earch for-the'.]
j ance. Mss| Alice Roosevelt, is i hoop murderer and 'strongly are all ave'
1 of dulond! five In number In a dull Due .escapeguarded that there 1*';f;
.r scold band. no possible chanceTor,' the vtPlan .to 1;
.. "tj t :Miss Roosevelt U having; reset.i and get out DOW :f he' had not 'already.
: ". 1 '
will present, to her fiance, the I amourpesrl cone so previous-- -to -the; discovery, *
c ring which was, presented to her the crime. :, :
ii by the,Sultan of Sulu. It ba i n'I The coroners Jury.. l Vailingsome ,,on'
Useful 'announced to friends: that the wedding evidence to tie produced befori'i.
C istm'a I'I day is to be February 1 i th. reassembling, and they will not meet':'
It Is like',. that Miss Roosev-- win until called together"'1 i the sheriffs

', I wear her mother's wedding gown, and coroner.
,l lilT$1,I I which has been carefully! pr< served Al! excitement 'has subdued.!! "and,
for her by her grandmother. M s. Gea there are many who believe ,the Mme;
$ I I 1I I C. Lee. of Brookllne, Mass. so shrouded In mystery that It .1I'ut

Goo 1 { This gown was to have been he one never .be ferreted, 1I'hlle'olbera" whol
; is 1 corn by M'ss' Roosevelt when she adhere to the 01.1'adage.'murdet, wIQ*

; J i made her Jebutfour years a to. but out" stick to the:opinion that sooner;
Mrs. Roosevelt dissuaded bell from or later the authorities will ran lb. _

! f this, and advised her to keep the gown culprit to earth. _...
ASEWELE' for such an occasion as Is set tor; February -
As little more than months !remain .",KID-'SAILci *.
!before the wedding! the are:
being hurried' somewhat. detil.Lonz.1 Milwaukee Yacht Club Will 'RaiN tIte-.

BROiLi I worth I Is still unable to ber I Age Limit en Membership, :
he can fret away for a long European
trip and .Miss A'lce, who 1* a bitlous Ml'waukee.VT., Dec. 22 -The MU-
for him and determined not to Interfere waukee-Yacht Club win. hol.t'a'jneeU'iIng
.: with his! political prospects I II at the Hotel PfIster: this afternoon-"
I Ii wt'ltng to put cff the Journey next autumn. a* some matter of considerable]
R I After the wedding the young 1 pair. Importance will come'np for decision. ;
will pay a short rUlt to HrtLone- by a,Tote of the members. 4:
Three' worth, who has rented a One of the two propositions! to'bj
Bi: Stores I' In Eighteenth street 1rnlshedhoule voted on 1* to raise the age limit :for

i also spend some time at' the White! membership from.18,to 21 years...Th...
I House. Mr. LongWorth Is'anxious I age 'limit,,for .'soclate'membe *
i lto take-bs! bride to his hOMe city, been lowered to eighteen'years'som
18 I
Cnc'nnatI. and be Is planning such a time ago,-but the plan did not won.
- It is, most appropriate to give useful presents. We.arepepared to show
HtUe satisfactory and the faction
I trip as soon as things lull' a op

y : ,you the!! new, things in this line. We will! p ention:below a-few, of the saneand I In season.Congress during ,the poat-Lenten to return"kid-1 sailor to.the will higher try age to bring limit.aboila

I M'ss Ethel Roosevelt! U 'to be maid I "Kid" pang I* quite strong and a llv_
invite you to call arid seethe. rest 1 Our line is entirely too la -ge (10f| honor for her sister, and the reImalnlng ly contest. expected at,the elects
I I attendants will be ,chosen today. The'relu't Is, etneJ.to to<

1 and complete to list, the whcle ::of the Wme.. Come and be convinced.Men's I from the New York cousins and the doubtful.
friends of the br Jee'.ect.Ten .
I Washington i
M i 'f I U I .
& r[ maids will form the bridal pag-
!leant, and the same number of meD

Imported Silk Neckwear i 1 will act as ushers. LEGAL PAPERS FILED

Put up in individual bo: 5esf 500 patterns to select from. : LARGE STEEL 'PLANT Certificate to practice melt
I State of Massachusetts' to', Ezra'A.

i Prices I !5c to $2.00 {Cleveland Cliff.Iron Works Will Build Hebard. ;
I 112.000,000 Works Deed, F. E. C-- Railway Co., to lien]
c3 ry S. Meander for $155. lot 11' "a..
t I Toledo, O. Dee. 22 Pre parationshave 12. VockjS.: Cows' Addition, W

Smoking Jackets Silk k Suspenders been begun for the erection of Palm Beach.. .
lone of the largest and best j equipped Mortgagedeed, Samuel Taylor
I Iron and steel works In this country to wife to Lula"c., C'lfton for $100. lot.

I .: : Of the most! exquisite: With silver or nickle buckle be butt by the Cleveland .Iron 10. block 77. Delray.' : '
trt- Company. bits if Warranty deed. A. :3. Kolb and wits;

} -: 4r.: .terns:,and designs I In individual boxes The location of the new work will to LWa 'B. Candy for $100 north;)
I I be at the extreme north end of East foot lots 11 and U, block 42, Mlamif,':|

< Toledo, stretching a mile and a .quar --- -- -
Prices 75c ter down the Maumee River front AH Notice ef Annual ;
r: Price 7.5010' $ p to $3.pO Meeting ;
'Q the necessary mill 'and furnace* to a The annnal'meeting of the atoth+.
comp'eU steel mill will be built and holder,of,the Fort Dallas NatSoul.
I, l: .. .
f II' It Is estimated that'the Improvementwilt Bank
I be,held at,the office la
\ I : Bath; Robes ,, latest designs, $3.50: to ,$10: : coot twelve,'minion' _dollar Whoa_ I dty:'or Vlaal. J'Iorfd'oab't :. ,
: completed the:>works 'YI1L..employbontfifteen'thousand of JanaryllO t'iIO In ti.-al ,,
;1. ._. : '_- ::1L :_ 'aea, thaeter addartna'the' tH' eJ8ettae' dlr*' tor la lofflcen
'v*.Merably:,to. the :population. for the'ensuing year.'u j far;.
I fancy !Hosiery! Clothing I The bas been broken and the transaction '
Handkerchiefs{ n' : ground the of such other bnilne**
I excavating'-will ,continued darlnthe t a*,DI&T'come,before.Be. <,ID.ang'}.
of f for and boys winter so that everything mar be ,George R. Oomph.Caahler.. ,
Latest ,
h of! muslin oust and J importations men :', arg-: In. readiness. for:the'building.:In" the .'."

'. put' up in fancy hosiery (rhadeof;; est:stock in city, pricesthe spring. k I' rk
halfsilk. snack Hew_ T.rt City a.4 .Tnt EM.X.J
d silk the
lisle lowest in
: n boxes, 'cotton, P : pity.w4HyT WANT TO GO'TWO !

i -.:s MILEt A'MINUTI, M. Roth,_

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ar .e-j
ShoesiortheA'hole ,
,:r; \. i ( .' ;_ : ; : %r ; :. ;.,:, ..: Wonderful, New'Machlne'fe' Onnen4il **- ,. ''PRACTICAL TAILOR '
.. : ',' t 'H i VrOayten, *, Auto Fa* tfrr7: ..;.
'f 'j ..#,.'9'-;..tt",1.: .. .;' ; ". .j, -' '.. ti, '' :", .. ,i ; rI.a4_aM C..n..e.
r : ., family! },, 'The 'Stetson and I New York,'Dee, n.-;;."Alfred' Own'e'vaDderbUt.baa Suits tins workmanship made to Old",.aaralll.. PrffICUL.. ,_
ordered a J wonderful
dry cleaning,
sw.m _.
i prer
f Over 30(30( pair! .ofceivedri "Q steJa : -' : : the Ormond-Daytona I remodeling and wM-f done to
.' Beach races and expects it to run at a possible manner ac 11\.t n
; ; ( the, '.last t >' weeks Hawes 'agency peed exceeding two miles'' a minute.I All receiving good poetal.called for free and of delivered. charge'I
\ : : I The machine Is being designed by short.o.iee. law A Venue 0,bee wee

,- ,. from the la g .facffOries;,we ; Franco! lUcba,4. a French t engineer, Wh and lJUa 8tr.ec., !Mi.ml.Flo ,,
.. ant when It Is completed Paul Bar-
and se YciU.J [$4 andS tori win ran It. j wIt : -
/ can .fit can p ,
;; ,
will be propelled by a,n.eight-cyl; iT-' "' "" --.. ,
inder motor developing 250 horsepower I"I,

\Vt aK; sine+ we,cin assL-t! tyoun.a: : (your, Hli tires and_ friends_ happy as ..well as four elf. weight and win.limit weigh of Z under 204 pound the' *required. Last I EVERYWHERE, .
Your Doctor 1''.
call and look. throu'Mtua .mammsth! stoclc.of. (Christmas Goods tux. ;T:. VtsIc r1.'l:1: SO horsepower I Yuur_,,,Lawy.r j,,;.
\Ve f.rihItH\) invite Ton ,to, ; .e '! ':-.. p _' ..;...... v p-,,,., Y
I i pointing showing at the-Ormond-Day All Hive Them ''iI I

tone races. This :rear 'the tame car T'PAYS'THeM ;
: : / I was entered In the Vande lilt cup rare IT,WILL'
: .: : ,I but an early accident pi it It out of n.
the contestIt Is Mr.s; Vanderbfit's Our city rate*are low- ;

..' ...<,,,'R.".. ". ,' '',.," ..". ,- Iiir'c 1I ._ ,:aim> vorld.to own. *the. fastest automobile lathe ,Pi.a-,"---'. .s..i.e.-,.' .......PBo.......,.gws1Ma .._n,. -.., :
pus o. fV\7 has. 11&II"1

< eli- :a cc's CLL. g Store Sewell's Tailoring E+tabltshment I Th*. Y-i-My CUrf uu M/cnue.13,Ui .MIAMI TLLtPnONC'at' j'
b W.t i enjoying, its shire oft 'e i TtLCGRAPH
f.iii the South Largest-in City4' Finest_. in the" South_ i!trade and although but recently Christmas' establIabed CO. '|;;
r 32IH 12th St. Miami. Pt rtcia"'J'I '
seem to nave '* .
already I con c:.FKI8SELL..rI M. -'.
/npuiar fnycr:: c J' "r a. r
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22.. 1905
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t Qlla1ityTm into Consideration, 'aI'e'r, is the cheapest place i ir' Pr'ese'nts ;

!.-i. j Florida to Buy You,


THE HOLLY AND MISTLETOE born child i I happy augury; wine. that any disturbance of talc plant "Under the Mistletoe Bough'The AIL
anciently In nce its branches wt.'s would be a sacrilege' fearfully p nlsB- origin of one of the happier promises to oe an onn oaHr-.
fastened to 1 houses .Meld Interesting and original affair aa forthe :
i r ed; and this Impression has hard yet customs of Christmas which has been
y first
against lIgh nil 1 In pruning'twigs allowed to time In the history of theest-
IN CUSTOMS OF THE ANCIENTS expired. Bach year the Druidical apostles lapse with the pawn dinners the "Fathers' wnf Dot :
ii from the h4 fQr their sacred .1Ie",, : of sylvan worship sent out pc roons years! that of kissing under the mistletoe mitted to sit at the festive board be.per'withfit.<,.

tees, the pe\i\ a I would always: use a to discover the earliest and best < f the Is traced back to the'"com the "Mothers.' but will be relegated to-
ing over of the Conqueror.1 .
rt Washington the
r partIcular that had first been new mistletoe growth at the laaon gallery where as lira: Lily DeliY

f. THE USE OF EVERGREENS AND SUPERSTITIONS IN REGARD' TO. ceremonlousl ached and blessed. when thevolce: of the cuckoo wai first toe Irving Is still reminded us that the mlftle eremnz Blake, the president of tteMotaera -
THE SAME- ANCIENT DRUIDICAL PRACTICES AND "UN. Aneien D Idlcal Practices beard. It having been found ;d reported hung up In farm honsei! organization said "they mar ly
kitchens I
y k DERTHE MISTLETOE-BOUGH.." The word Uistletoe"f has descended preparations were for the all over England: "and sit and look pretty. The decision to. '
from aD fa English root referring great aarificea. When the inadt OOn young men have the privilege! ol exclude the men and banish them to-
to' its alien .. it ton and appearance I was six days .old (at which each kissing time the girls under It, pluckint: the gallery was reached in revenge for:
as a Ilarall! Jj! Alone list of European vtrtww and In the Scandinavian i yths a berry from the bosh-Wheu the fact that the"Tathera"had recent- '
y ceases.
one time, It Is said I .
temples ctrow, custom was confirmed. dense Inter wl g. s'ow-gr01ling tufts Druids began their years and mo tbs) the youth could claim kiss which the -Mothers" were not admilled. -
t '\nth'Jaurei t occur, and u!< 1 species belong to two white bulls, never before joked, a for eacl They had to be satisfied wiOx-
: green and sacred mistle The English! word "holly" comes from berry be picked but unless there
i America ant j la. The plant seems were led to the place. The jrlest, wer I ornamenting the seats on tie"gallery
toe. the employment of the tree at this holy to be some ijii t local in its distribu clothed In white, ascended the tree great many berries and very fe* ,of the banquet halL It la' expected) '

One of the'prettiest customs of tie season, and the common German I tion., Thar It is asserted that none, and cut of the mistletoe with a Ickte pretty maids such a liberty would hart that, the Mothers' will avail themselves :
to be
Yuletide,is' that of decking_ houses andchurches names hulsem-baum Christ-dorn sad I has ever be | ound In Ireland or In :' of gold never used for any othe purpose that the used in moderation.' Nares say, of this opportunity to "'r ut'

with evergreens. It is one the Scandinavian Christorn all mean!i Devonshire 3n:1 land- in the '1attt'r' while the fragments as tficV fell nnder the maiden mistletoe who was at not klsse<<1 the men." while enjoying the good
,I case owing ta curse pronounced by a were carefully caught on a white :loth. Christmai rhlngs at the dinner.
.of great antiquity,.a survival of ancient either "holly-tree" or "Christ's thorn-I would not be married during the comIng
DruIdic prietn Kin that lovely county.! Sot by the primitive Britons lone, i
Druidlcai worship.,; The useof holly! tree. These as well has the older I 4 year. '
The mistier/ ; hick the Druids revered however, was the plant Invested with EAST TENNESSEE !,
in particular..' dates back at least to home, would seem to show that Chrf.1tlanJtr I bower the tragic as cure-all. A strange superstition prevails I Ii
... Tew only on oak. power a Th Rowans EDUCATORS IN SESSIONKnoxvllle '
: -the founding ot the' Roman.Saturnalia, traveled westward and carried'I'i'''I'|At present i il1f' and so rarely up that regarded it thus, the follow >n of many English families In connection / p.},

!. for.the plant was dedicated,to Saturn: with it this symbol of peace elevated, I, kind of treeiiia to have augmented the .Zoroaster gave It credit for some very with the Christmas holly. Before mlJ'night ,
l' J. ,and.regarded! as an emblem of peace! to, a new' and loftier significance..1[I thought tha8Jn Its rarity! lies the reason peculiar virtues and In the Sew ..Unarian -J I on New Years eve every veatlg$ ton from every Tenn.county, Dee.In 22 this- Educa<<
I Ilof
'tad good will"As such the Romans' Stowe In hU holly muse be
surrey of London in 1598 Id sorcerers Insisted myths It appears as an ob] ;
'f! (noHy) Into the packages of presents house-,- the parish churches the corners with tiitue.. on the principle amulets are still made of mh letoe The Inference to be drawn from thl 1< to attend the annual East Baptist Tennessee churches. %

.,sent to one another- : thistime., of the streets the conduit., mar that things dommon are the moreeasily twigs, and the plant is supposed to bea Is that the new year must be entera. Educational Conference. 'The
Though this was a pagan habit its ket cross, etc;, were decorated with Invea II J with'a sacred myster specific against epilepsy and t n antidotes upon In all seriousness with nothlni ence will last two days an.l''will .
,enttment was sweet, and the early holme>> Ivy and the bayes at Christman. for potoon.The.same Is t tie in I to recall the festivities. with -' -

j .Christians, at their own midwinter festival ." The .same.Is true ,today to a explan-ation southern \VWes, where a piece i >f the ,I According to the old-established ru!< many to the important teachers questions of interest -* '

ot the birth of Jesus (which. near great extent; but the custom seems ,\ wood hung round the neck is a .Id to the holly should not be taken down (I II I of this and superintendems a.
of the
1< ly: coincided with the Saturnalia), to be falling into 'desuetude ,amen g I ers in Rome' t was the tree of Jup keep Its wearer safe from snak ;bites antil after the twelfth. night. Prof. Claxton.part State., ,_

_, '':.decorated their bouses'and places,oft the fashionable.-- In poetic language tier'Wren ono mistletoe at all could and all kinds of poison. I ]I and other Superintendent Qlstinguished ednca-Mynaderse ,

worship' with thelle'line branches the holly stood for foresight and tea be found! npott I he oaks of a neighborhood However. it arose It Is certali tint :TURNING THE TABLESON ton win. address the .conference. A..
Teat them as messages of affection I urrection, and among the Romans fer great Will! employed
', mitles were portendedfor the mistletoe Is in the|.arililght- THEME strong effort will be,made formulate
'!:.,with their,gifts: Te tact tlat holly I good will. The Persians believed Hat It'_I uodght' that, the gods had est myths as a symbol of thenlng's New York. Dee 22 The annual some measure to be Introduced lathe w

j was held by the lma;caUve poets Oft"the sun never shadowed the holy purposely w.) hbeld this sign of their crushing power and etfec and Pilgrim Mothers Dinner,given' by the legislature providing for better

':'.,the age to signify jsjsnrrection, I tree,*' and threw. water Impregnatedwith favor. Of J>tnrse. It was Instilled In-' that the accumulated virtues laser' attributed I.New. York City Uothers' Club will beheld schools and better educational advaat--

; taevplanl.especl. gfy appropriate t* its bark Into the face of a newly-I to the.mind,3 cfj the aboriginal Brltassi ., are all traceable to this J teek. at the Waldorf-Astoria this evf ages In all counties of the State.: -
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that needs repairing Just let vi know ContinetalTires

.and we will mead It for you


l' *; T v as well aa any other kind ot In articles .. and Pierce' Bicycles ,

-TIT jvt,sa ,so they last as long aa i ne" I I

one yon might buy. Our work 14 often 'a
4 Perfection e s T
at Lasr. more lasting and wears; looge: than

1i ALWAYS READY, ALWAYS KEtV. S 'the new,*vesseL A thrifty housewife. are "High Rolers" the first quality. It, is.t '
i I looks well"to her timing repair and
1i 1iI
r.. ;- 'The h+ +_ Simply THERE IS Lather NOTHING.and TO ADJUST.Shave. .' la always satisfied with our wotk. I with pleasure tha t we' sell you either ;


lr''A lULTUCEA WATCH, z The wonderful feature of this razor in the, You may no fear that ,
n '
blade S --
I IClgt
; Twelve blades {twenty-four-ch I
TO LAST '.= / edges) as THIS as paper,'as HARD as filet rs rp either v ill fail '
;t PCI TEARS. Y ToroB and ruxmuc as whalebone,go with you
4. each set. EACH T
;; :: BLADKIS good for Tlie Acme Billiard'Parlors

_ a TO rOBSTYHAVKS... ,.- Hudson Cycle Co :

: I \!1309A.VENUE D k

v" .
'rdrltalr Attrdad a CaY .
: ,

1901.110G' Money to Loan 01 Household Furniture--

1'' ad Tobacco kept la ttock. N ml.Flor e + t ,

..1' Without; removing from the u in

For Sale a sums of 15.00 and i p. Can be paid back in
BJscayne Drug Company p Co. Title Insuran bed sums of 11:00 a w ek. Business strictly:

confidential. Write us and solicitor will call

Trust CompanyOF

fl Meyers &, Robinson, -,::0' ,

Paid. Up ipital $75,000.' Surplus, %1 2.OOOCurry's OPPOSITE POSTOfPICC. W
Contracting Electricians
: .
IDs.te land titles, prepares abstracts of titles,loans and

::1'. 1019, : Ave.- D. ,Miami I, Florida. DYt.t agent U'attornej-ln-fact money, on its own trustee account and assignee for others.executor Acts re-aa AModelBathroottfeTwelfth

'cei tifer.- "or guardian. Address all communications, tot I 1 f' ,

-- S.., .LpJt. Irson, Sec. end..Trees. Miami, Rbride. I la the moat 'e&aeDbal'fu\.. .
are of the modern hovM k

as it iaa aecesaari;:comfort T"

r.BdinharnL 1 e2J to any home. Bettei ... '
V-r.: Sons '
1 I put money in perftctiaf- '

'. the sanitary ./.tern. there 4
," j, by insuring toe health and

Specialist Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS comfort of j.nr family

I. FOR than spending tor fiat
furnishings. Art for then .,

"a are a' sufferer with. Chronic'or\Blood\ Diseases.. Ah !ip ',Chandlery. Building 'I 4 t c

le'Diseases and Derangements 4fTZ Famous
successfully treated Racycfe
Also Rectal and[ *,Urinary.Diseases aterlals Of, All Kinds. r rfie'

,4 A
r:' To..AH..tto tk.latest...; .approved.a tad-,.mid Electrical alnriai AppD n-4..ce'...,..' Coal in 5, Steam marine Railway, Machloe Snop ,Frepairing. ,
p Stairs ; ; : : Metropolis Building All kinds j Boiler and Steam Fitting: can oe' done itthi ,
tnorUat i i; manner,by expert akllled mecli inlet Strce t Miami, Florida..

si, '- r .<
s feys $&* 4, Attu yyn'*-,* as s--. .!'"'? ,i

::"' !!F'h ', '!:' \l' ':'!i"l'; .tJ.b., ';-, -,"-'"'.',., ""-,.."' '/.."..'" 'I-', >",,-, .. '., .,'
: :
jt J' ,I

: i
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t eaoaldend a .aptaater at thirty art 0
I st eighteen was not far"from the aver fi
: i CLASH IMMINENT IN KEYSITUATION age age for marrying.. la thoa'days' i
I. spinsterhood was regarded aa a coodK.
1 lion to be avoided at any cost The
opinion appear to prevail that woman rr

No Longer 1 a Oneas WEST STRIKE man.may remain The explanation Ingle just for this aa changed well M

,lion condition. la Invasion, of course of, to the be found bushes lawoman' '

r a I worU. The bachelor girt. Independent ...
respected, admired. la a natural COlLIequence .
of society' chanced attttcd : ,
AMERICANS DETERMINED THAT CIGAR MAKERS STRIKE toward women who earn their' own "

what Material I I MUl Markla u.*.. 1
! : to Building f 1 I How many women adhere -to'tb& old
m '; -,,' fashioned method of marking linen
lev's : to use;: it is Concrete Stone .! > I Metropolis Bureau. to say or suggestions to make. To with a new steel pen and marking Ink? ,
I It 1s the simplest thing In the world
'. Key West Do 21. come forward. Judge Harris tie
was '
:' to mark linen with a .stencil and a ,}
.. I' Dcenilier'20( was a day of exc temrnt i rtrst shaker, :Mr. Harris went aIr brush Each member of the famil

., Ii I auwt.g the cigar makers, the streets'have : thoulu bare life own stencil, whtct
: i i all that had been done at the seve: ai'
,: been alive with workmen nd the ; does not cost much If only Initial an
.- meetings and! gave la detail what bid used. The boy or girl a>school :wit:
BUT II !cause of the excitement was he diaI -
': need the full which coats more. 'I'
: i I
; ''appearance of the secretary of the '1 been done at the previous meet ig An entire tvVrdrobe may be marked

;, Cuban committee, who deel -e that :: (Sunday), when the Cuban com it- In half an hour's time by mean of

',. ,' I I they will not go. or agree on ajnthing tvs had suggested the awret ballot to .tenc.ls. and the danger of the Ink 71

\ (uoi'l be l Is produced.By :: determine if the strike would be: f .''- spreading. U reduced to a mlmlmtzm. 'lJ''

: The,question is,*where to .get the best concrete stone at't lowest, I many It is believed to I a ruse tied, as agreed upon at that meet: ag ruuerol.d Kid..,.. '

1t- cost ,The plant that meets the requirements would ,have I te un- ho gain t'me and that; the co nmltteel3 and the treachery of that commit Casseroled kldueys' make a very good, 3.11
,. aware of the fugitive's hldlnj: p'ace. I II Mr. Harris put all the blame on he luncheon or supper dish. Slice a small
der tht management of a man who had learned the hurclrad and I i Nothing Is known as to what the se- I Cuban committee for a failure o! a onion and fry It In butter until a gad- ':4

s one little details of f concrete making, who employed enl.i) :|he' best I Icret committee appointed FrI lay bas ;' srtt'eiuent: and warned his bea rs en of chopped brown. Add parsley a generous and fry spoonful the kid:

: materials. honestly proportioned and to compete In prices tje putput ,accomplished. The air Is full of. rum- that a great crisis was hovering v. nets for several minute Add a cupful : -
comperifc i ors and excitement is at fever heat ,er Key West and that something ad of stock a little sherry. and a tea-
of the plant would have to be greater than its : jjsj; We Every one interested In the wl'lfneI I be done. spoonful of lemon< Juice. Season with la

have been making artificial stone since the Industry was! tjijlts infancy Ito I salt and tabasco sauce, caver the casserole -
$ of the city Is greatly worr ?d over Mr Harris gave out the Informa on
j i tightly! and cook In'a very moderate
and thoroughly understand the strength of our r terIals. the Issue of events.A 1 that \\ PdnesoiaT a party would arilve oven for two hours. Mushroom i t

'We t..Se'the,best LehlgH Portland cement and beach sandll I We Invite clash IB expected sooner or laer' from Miami to try and Induce sev ral may be added If liked. This .greatly
as the citizens hare deter Ined to factories" to more to that city and ads Improve the dish.
inspection as to proportions. -We had choice : of j'
off'core end the affair and. the makers,
p- ctga! ling hs hearers not to permit !LHr.
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machines when we bought our new machinery, and our! Capacity that Is the Cubans, are firmly owed' Harris was attentively llstene< to '.1. good many years ago there was it

f is double that of competitor as we have two machines. to defy all attempts at aettl >ment I II and was loudly cheered when be t k soapstone In every home. What became -'

i I The nation has been very strained his seat of yours? Find It, and use it, for

Poe p ,for the past three days the co tending |!, A. W. Thompson followed wit a oapstone!*.are coming Into UM again
I I and are Undine ready sale. .The modem -
parties hare been In session hours, few words on the same line, and ras la round while that
'r soapstone your
I fjways with the same reagreement. -dls- In turn followed by city attorney A.Sr. grandmother used was square.; By the '

Tuesday after ftr all Jay ]It t Semp'e, whose speech was ,the ue of a *oap.toDe It la possible to have

Rose Concrete Company; session and no decision! bar been I most fnrctb'e of the meeting. Mr.Sem- fried cake that are not soaked with
I I no U to
reached the committee from Cuban p'e In the course of his address :old grease as grease necessary
I frying them.-Atchlson Globe.
Vnlon made the pronosli >n to refer his hearers that then was the (me

Foot ,Ave.' D, West SideYoungs' I'I'y II' I the whole matter back I t the clK.uthorlty;- I I to art: to appoint committee ana to ..... t. Are I... ... _

makers as they had no give! the agitators so many hour to It every firm of architect would em-

I: i'accePtany proposition bu the'one ;(leave the city. Mr. Semple was jndIv ploy a lady who has made not only the -j
I I arranging and decorating of a house
'j din I d'spute.The cheered. her special study but thoae.mor Important
committee promised ot to ins'.' Prof Stuart offered several re iolu- structural and sanitary detail

tlr >! fluence! the clgarmakers in IIIr Jecte- Mon" among wh'ch was the apprtnt-! a* well, we venture to think.It would

1 ion the latter lns dst'nq! ere to the itient of a committee of twelve to carry not only mean Increased business to ,

I Srll placing! of a uarJ over the mmltteeflt'ens : the suggestions: of !fr. Sempl a'l the firm but Immense Improvementsand
DOT: '
: Pharmacy w Dogs comfort In both houses and flats.- -
to watch them This 1h of which were carrle.l. London Sphere.

>efueil to do.believing that ley were the comm'ttee ,

;js-} INCORPORATED I Ilil ti ,lea'Iri; with honorab'e me hat no to be secret the members RoMtla Lamh.
,: Bulf I can give you a Thef.alrapponpj The shoulder: of lamb requires rather.
I Bonner was the meetinydjourned' did by mall After this "
to! ii than hour to roast a small a
>(: i more an ;
j to' .
when the committee was eard
= saddle an hour_and a half; a' larger
A Drug Store for The People I i Pointeron I pats: the word to the Cuba a not towas flsh'ng! smack Haves saddle two bour N>r longer loin of

!attend the meeting. The r nit h'o1"n ashore on Bird Key, last Creek Iamb an hour and a Quarter" to.an hour

I tha.r only Americans attei ded. It has been hauled upon Curry's ons' and .a half; rib of UTt> (as they are

;;" ..-That's our: motto, and it has been the'means. of adding hun j jl your ELECTRICAL Work( was then that the citizen became vava and Is being thoroughly; r patr- thinner to an hour than and.the a quarter loin fr;?a
;l 'nlreds ,of hew customers to our list.Ve sell only the pur II aroused to the fact that t e Cuban i el.: wppih'f! five! pound an hour.nd a
Iff.; committee would not give I an Inch The Monday Nlzht Club enjoyed an- half.

-:,c'at drugs.All prescriptions are'filled by: registered pharma- ,j: C. BROWN to settle the strike a'th< ugh the o'her very delightful; evening ,t La

'i oCItSVe, also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city' Electrial| Contractor 1113 C!American commltee from tt e Internattonal msa. Monday night: the fifth dance nrtIU..' "'tad_..
Ave. For br.Hlant UUOTS: take a pad or--
Union had accepted the terms ;of the series The weather wasjldeal
"t cotton .. soaked In glycerin and rnl
: 1' ;: >
'i 2 Doors North of Postof f ice I. ru of the manufacturer and sere willing for dancing. It was voted b{ the the gas: ail, over !Inside Then take a

; to so to work on the terms agreed club to have a more elaborate tance piece of clfcji, : dry rag and gbtly: pollah -.
I[ "' 'w.. E. Youngs,, Pres. upon. "" i I next Monday nUht: Christmas the sU.s uu.il th" e;fr tm>U Invisible -.
I but cot p ntrt: rubbed
/ A mass meeting was can 1 Tuesday wh'ch will be formal. i Iy away.
H Do thlibPn the gssa: U fairly warm
,$!s i e evening at San Carlos to <1< clde I what I I Mrs. F. O. Han'ey Mrs Hanlon and and dry, and y)ai'l: get" brilliant wiodowa. ..

;.w I was to be done. Prompt! r at eight children arrived on the Shinnecock t ni couLcnsatio.i and a graft MT-
:' r oVock the meeting was called to order Monday night to spend some tim, with : IllS In the,moiu.t of cleaning.W.o.ly .

t ; Dade Pharmacy. rL.ee by M(., Tom Reedy. : ir. Reedy ,, Mrs Walter Thompson. Mrs Ha iley's --.

stated the object of the m >et'ng and i s'ster. Mr. Hanley will return to Illinois This generation ha, att-a In a itvmarkabk

invited any present that ha 1 anything next week. J JMOREL08 fashion the malt of.pop 4filar
7r::: a 809 Avenue D
expectation and general habit ca

J1 As a new candidate for your patronage it ia but just that we 0 ''Jt I. DINING PRESIDENTAND I CHAPEL j physical development In the cue of
state our claim. Our stock ts new and the purest and beat .v0. WAS INAUGURATEDMexico women. The number of tall and stt Ug' a
,4 : that mODer'can buy. OUt service will be equal to the beat. MRS. ROOSEVELT girls now to most striking and equally 4
City Dee. 22 Today la
so are the beauty and vitality 01 many
gabs : We lire in the building and will take pleasure insupplying President the anniversary of the execution of women who are pat the fiftieth birthday -
your demand.at all hour, day or night .: Washington, Dee. :2,4 ,-IDntrated. London JJrw.
:i.r IJ' Noted Cattle Father JOM Maria Ifore'oa yPavpa.one
and Mrs. Roosevelt guests .r
Dis of the heroes of the i.depenoe and ,. s..5.a D. lisp
} 8 Avenue
':: Prices: Reasonable. '-nly aupplthe meat that we.supply of hrf.or at a dinner by Vice-' "'
Ita\ celebrated by the eittxensjln? UalM you have the beauty .
,; :< to oaf!(r- ,*tomera. The range: steers President and Mrs. t'YlrbII4ks at their :parts of Mexico. This. day ha been the hide of a rhinoceros the eomrtltB-
I '..' that lt! allowed tn shift tnr ttu>melre home Faragnt don of a'hone, the diplomacy '*. ftMachlaveUl
OD formal
magnificent new elected for the In'UCfraUoDof
aatu'thej reach the stock and onbonittW 'nrhirinr'and ;
; Square. A large DUmber of Inrlta ,: the magnificent National chapel out of mind
Impudence pat
r r- '1t- F'E cards :end then get corn for a few been sent out by the hosts the of Mbrected- roar
:\iJ Ffr fe. :EEEEEfrEfFF: ":-: Eto > dons nave ,!erected In honor of, martyr the thought of adopting ,the already
g what
I fAj Uj |ire not we want nor and a brilliant party U zpected to I erty. The chapel baa been miserably overcrowded tm as s (IIner.
wnaitinr customer want. gather around the festlv i board tonight at SaD Cristobal Bcatepec.! In the atrium .- Aa Aetna la ''The World aad ,

I Miami\ Sporting Goods Store I Ist '>no 1 I,: of the parish church on the I spot HI* Wife. ,

l II I t1 Prime Meats I where Morelo was executed by the Tk Ckto .( ... .

. PROSPERITY IN KANSAS i Spaniards. The chic of a bow may be doe to
.' 1 1W Ire what we offer. Their tender : just a little twist 1111 the ribbon aa
I each loop la formed a mlQlner.It t
aeaajjutcines* and fine flavor are Topeka. Kaa. Dee. 22 The report MURDERER OP My
4 .- Fishing Tackle Eastman I. so simple that to the uninitiated
i \j, 1 high( i' appreciated.' Juw received by the Ka saa Depart t;i MRS LYNCH HANGED It passes without notice yet without

yf Kodaks, Kodak: Sundries, : :\j| meat of Agriculture ahoi s that 1905' San Anton'o Te%.. Dt>e. 22- George 'this little quirk the bow to'stiff- dowdy'
B. bas been tho most p'Ollpe wis year In n. Turner who was found r ilUy of ordinary. It is the tittle. InvljltU ,
I Nassau Shells and ,Iracht, SupplIesJ \. Doane, Prop. the history of the State, The va'ne having murdered Mrs. James Lynch. touches in nine case out of tea thsti. ;1
J r of the farm products an live stock amt sentenced to death by Juflfte Edward give.tyle. .{'-'it"
fenders polished F
including ; \jj : amount to $408.639.823. ralch 1* the D*>vr. was executed by tanging maa..... l-

brass fittings. 'launch: i MONEYio best ahowln ever recd ded by the today In the presence of a large number i The thin place of woolen blanket
: $ LOAN State. The ;report shows that the of invited witnesses among them ahonld be darned with'wool ;or the vj
same color. Tnrnlnn the two aeraga
whistles' !and side Itgths, & wheat crop was the fourth best ever 1 James I Lynch the husband of the murdered to the middle lengthen their existence

clocks ecetc etc S produced In this State. Amounting to :: woman. Sheriff Tobin. who wu mndoubtedlT. Too frequent washing to. '
1 ship
.\Ai .- .: 77178.177 bushels, or about twelve'''In charge of the execution had given apt to make them shrink and twcom r

====-==- ==== 5 million bnshe' more than In 1904. It Lynch permission to attend the bangelm hard so now and then they should U

'a greater In value by I 41.222.703 or II' Ta9erA'. own -'!.._ Ton.. shaken In the open.alr.

I t- 11 per cent,'than in 1904 :!once lived In Fort Worth and killed! S,q
| 'L Most women are pro* to undertake f.
1, G E WORTHINGTON;, On' hart or .tong Time -MAY I I I'a I II negro several years ago but escap- the beautifying! art In too aaoch of *
scaffold at that time.
CHAS ed the hnrrr. A spasmodic attack\ followed

'i 305'12th c,re-t doers Wrrt of'Red' Cross Ph r'ay' JJiiV FastPMlrM ,4e I TURN 0UT A STAR I(I bl a .veU 0':' canr1ec2Dl'l". '! -'=-': 'O'a
.. .... ... ... .. ;; .... :1. ri'.nla h'
'- .. 1;. ._1 ; .. :...J (0..11.1:',. ..'. !- 'Lei fares! ( r !.
',. 1' ea4rr.rrccFeEtter: -:rtearfteaEiHaa :" "" Cincinnati. 0., Dee. 2J2 Charles I sip;: ARRIVES I! the seeker after beauty sHave

RItter, a promising you? lightweightof : Galveston Tex., ])Pc."22-T lie traininj a abort piece of boN fitted to :i

r I this city, who has acquitted: himself -; ship F'oBch, of the Ctru-ii ....y;, tee (an..ct U ice hit iacn. ,It ehosid
wel In a number I of sparring j arrived here today and wa greeted be of sufficient length to reach to,the .
Stood Tliy'Test .25' Years Dade Go. Security (Co.: matches recently will bo J three rounds :br the thistles and sirens of the ships f I and range and will cave yon backache
with "Kid Imhoft at the Cincinnati ,11.1 Ih. harUw :auu a tulalera prom the iI {I aeya_ '
: '" Onasnnth's! evening. Imhoff has : .a! a"cn.! The Germa i crnl.cr Banana
cut with
not and da
!roves TJ [FRED HUTTER.Qit ,a fifteen round draw wi h Andy Beze-I I. Bremen h.a been hr. fur I several 'I, and served with. whipped c.*:iaoca >ca x'
nah o.his credit and RItter T. *>S :and. In a :-jw weekn more ani' 'of tl. v; .ia.woe 11.w'L The ;...

.rml Contractor.. weD In all bout wkh Imhoff as doe'l'II c-her German ship Is expeced here' children, always like It. ';-
Chill Tonic ;
lit[. 'orating: pected he may become the Grosehenoirln Elisabeth.which( is Absorbent bath towel* with a amootbnrfaca ,
M ';. Btasting.e ? His friends believe that he has the training ship for the luerc'hant mvrn ri
on on* oe*
'.. .. ... !, ti'."' r-T-ef., .-- -wallc CeVlAC.jf "ghtwelght star. I on 1M o fcr err. m.ew
# .-.' q"" .V'c. ;. ant a .J .tf rt .,.wBt I i _
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:: .'. '"! 1C'III INII&TROPOU', FRIDAY, OtCIMBER 22' IMSr :. :: : IIUV1rM:

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:: RI_ TTY BROTHERSMachine : i..... ._MOURNING.see .u. ad .. atsfd?RE._.'ftooe7 I t _

, raid t* ... f

Erery year rulM for mourning become Miami Bu silless Directory

ShopAgents lee rigid and yet there are certain !

.. BAKING DAY. law tor mourners which,. more i
lioN than ever stringent, All (black la left -
for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene ..... I !. tk. FI... M..ta Ira off sooner and lightened by white andgray Th.-0utlof Town Buy.p.ind those within the

M IBa.... .. De_.. much earlier than was the ease afew list below the addressee of MUnU Merchant city will find In the

,and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY When mamma she bakes pica aad years back, but crape Is now worn classified heads for ream Reference. under

:I I fakesBo far more than formerly jibe bonnet t r

General Repair Work lets me. don't you know with a long flowing veil has disappeared E. L BRADY ''I
a taiu cloae CO. ;
4 bealde and watch her work .
altogether and In Its plate: Is a fascinatingly
A1>d <1vce me aerape of douch. BURDINE A QUARTKRMAN
s' = .508 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA Iii becoming toqnej! from the Fancy Grocers. Hay. Orbs
i '
I I'h'I:'out an the little bitsAsh back of which hangs,gracefully draped and Maper Fertilizer Dealers la Dry Good. Notion1

) *i cut 'em Into shape In flat folds a crape veil any length desired Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
An' 6n top of our big rang according to the depth of mourning and. Ladies' FurnUhlngs..
\\i: :Southern Marble& Stone .Co. I Iwt em far to bake. worn. I IZth Street. Cor. Are D. Miami. FTa 100-303 12th St. in.mt- fly.

Itil Nowadays there Is a sharp line
4 S. HOGAN STREET JACKSONVILLE II drawn between the expressions "wear- J. E. LUMMUS I J., B. SCREVEN
I Headquarters I| lag black" and "wearing mourning."

: By the first of these Is mei ely Implied Dealer In Groceries rain. Dealer In Drugs patent MeJlclues. -

Building Stone, Marble, etc. : that colors are to he tempo -arlly oinll Hay and Fertilizers. 1 I Toilet Articles -SUUoa.".> e,

I I feel and no lung as,the dr *s Is blackI
MOSAIC AND TILE WORK -I l fl i l + t I i may be trimmed with ell irr satin or I i i 335 12th Street Ulaml.' FU.i 1301 Avenue D. Miami{, 1\6 ,

f, velvet and a touch of w ilte lace Is
FO 1FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. :MAN rELS. ETC. permissible at the throat md wrists. I A. J. CAMPBELL PHARMACY, *
''I j,I For second mourning pro rtleally all 1 1214 Avenue D. Ulami, r...
Monu'De1Its. General Cemetery Work etc. d-cPtr-I! r'w rN1 1 black materials, are consldted perfectly : Dealer in Dry Goods C1 Drugs, Toilet

....;.. I correct, no natter how congruous Ins. Gents' Articles. Perfumeries .
I.Re.t w.... Uneicelled Facilities, 11 on Prompt SerrJc Furnl'bllIl's.L Stationery
|I they may seem at fir!t A JM.ick upan- etc.

i ., Bled evening jfMin. pro\ld >d It III entirely 811 Arenne D. Miami. Fla. Prescriptions at
1 carefully
I '. black !is permitted, and black compounded.
I .
..Li satin and embrol.lcrwl t'n'qe tie chine ARMSTRONG GROCERY CO.
but all\ these of course, nly for the I I BECK WILSON 4. HUOOLESTONReal r'

Chase & Go Chase & BarneyFire few mouths before colors are ag.tle to Fall line of staple! and fancy groceries. Estate Tad Insurmae "

! be donned or lust at flret, when only : i Suit 2. 1,1 and I .
fresh meats, vegetables
.I!I the lightest rnonrulng: ta worn for one poultry, etc. 320 1-2 Twelfth street Mlaml' T1a

...< |,I not In the Immediate tamp!, as cousin,
ti: TO' / I 11:
aunt uncle. New York
SUCCESSORS or 'elegram.
New Preut Bldg, 11th ... Avenue D THE RED .CROSS PHARMACY

CHASE& BARNEY Inc. I r Dealer- Drugs. Jledlctnea
WOOL AND CO ON. I Toilet Articles. Prescription '
Groceries Hay an4Grain.
Accident and Te. ..__..... ..,R."r carefully compound.: Jo11ordel'll ,
BaytagGoodeThe promptly attende'J to. ,
If.i -' Tornado difference between w w! and cot- Cor. Are. D and 4th St. Ulaml. Fla. 12th St. Cor. AT*. C Miami 7UGome

at3} even: t"l' Fj.'f D 1>OrGJLiij ton'err' great and In the case of
ft'C k Dealers In( separate threads of each Is j plainly apparent

1 eu1..b" papa out aIllllC4o yet when these same threadsare
it CrateInsurance V.1t I... an' a big hat. closely Interwoven iiome good MulHkln
II't.. be cooks be ntells an up & DeBerry
Judge are mistaken and buy a mixed
Aq'."ts most awful fat.
r cotton and wool goods, firmly{ convinced ,
> FIDELITY BONDS He Laea shape. .o minima. aye that there I. not a thread of cot MAN FACTURERS OP
r BIt:_.*airing l up .. high: tonic the cloth. It to th custom of
r tad Chef Itjieems f8 be he gets wants so awful to njr.right all mills that manuf.cturelcotton' and ROUGH AND DRESSED

But End nlB ernDuct.. OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI 4: ,- wool mixtures to run the c>tton crosswise
And when he come. mr: papa dear. In the looms, thus leaving the
" At tome to lunch. you know. wool. to run lenghw lac. This to done
C I run"and show him to himself .
,.: Al) baked up fat In dough. for two purposes-first to Impart the PINE LUMBER.

Y' -- j -Eachanae.I glossy: appearance. which the longer
Ii I stretch of wool gives wbenj run In the

;[ >FOlfFIRST' GEORGE WASHINGTON. I|I length of the goods, and. 'second. be- Write for price' Now ready to fill orders.

i Horse-Shoeing cause the proportion of cotton 'to nee: Miami office 323 12th Street
: CLASS: ft) .1 essarily less and more dldcult to detect a; E. A. Perry. Ages*:
4 The WK the rather of file CntrrjhWroto I i
:1. 'AMD DISEASED HOOFS SEE I HU PIg........- The cotton thread, of course, toI MILL AT GOSMAN. P 0. PERRINE DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA '
1- I I I much smaller and difficult to dls-
'' In wnting his signature Washington very '
F. LaFontisee 708 7th St I.I tlngulsb In a closely\ wo -en' fabric
LL., put bllgpcn I to the paper fire times. \ .
There I. one infallible\ test however. I
First, t* wrote the"G W In one conweonJ. i
i'|'I Take the bolt of goods at :be cut end
ueetedlIne( he raised hIs hand '
; I and examine clotwly' the crosswise EAtBoARD! ;
-. and mLfie the small "o" between the S !
... thread slowly puIHai it a art If Itbreaks ;
'"1- N. C. Maynard; upper ,|*rt of the "G" aDd "W" and
f .... ,. -' .. the twfci'Uots' ; third his hand and arm almost evenly and cpme* apart
ti .IL, slowly, then one b safe In Judging: It
i. GRADUATE OPTICIAN were laced in a position to write"ashln to be all wooL' If. ou the ontral' It I Air Line
414- ft.i: rAre t iat7?. ** theae six letters occupying a .i; ) Railway
Vlth Maynard A Son. Jewelers breaks In abort, uneven p rands and
breadth!,of, almost exactly one and
. ,: y" t ttbree falls apart easily, refuse to accept the I
I'rl l' Grease 0ea> to Post OtLct iiiartcrft of an Inch. This U
.I' t, -- goods for they are undent$bly! cotton FOR
about M j much of the are of a circle (of
o'i' F w. BACKUS which kfip;center Is the eloow pivotedon and will not give nutlsfuctlc x It were I Savannah. Columbia, Camden Southern Finest
far better to get all rattan r all wooL
.A.nCHX'rJiiO':: ::". tbejtable) as one with a forearm of I i
.E.ttan -:Men and Women Mdgazli I Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore-
ail E ,
: et"W coincide
{ averagf length can cause to
Picas I II
jpeeiflcations and Details Mad I I
ATTORNEYS.AT, LAW for 3uil41nfi of A.l Kinds, FineRetidenoei with U)4! tangent, or the straight lice i Philadelphia. New York
\ across Ibe which the lower 1 I CULINARY
, a Specialty. paper parts i CAP RS Two Elegant Trains Daily.
; I .m "I.eDNU\aftaUaIl4hCara!
of the follow unless unusual effort -
,> MitaouatwfetaaalelaaadeTf.o Orncc. 1315, AvExat: D Seaboard Express : Seaboard
N j J : Mail
)nade and deal !
?* Wad !1IIM.' b4j a great more A. little lemon Juice added'to the water '

.testa ,MUal. Fla. fir \OTBP C. Dct.AKMOA.rol3.1teot movement be given to the fingers. The when mixing: will make the pastry Modern Pullman Equipment. ,
il'f "8" endi In a curved flourish of which Uibt.I .

> the convex: side Is turned upward below I{ U steak OaSTHiTST: LZ2ST3S
p T. B : Y.
e the"jj] right center of the name. .a hot tomato sauce it will be most appetizing 1 ,

.Or...Pfta,..., Fourth!;!be,wrote the final "ton- fifth j oper4t1U> 41U "' 01&slepers! from Jutsoaiilla to Iii 0rIew"j
R.ddtab meet. Roth Building Miami. Pla be added ,the very peculiar flaurtahabove Prunes
- are greatly Improved t>7 adding -
_r&",C __ Jbe i fright center of the name.
a little elder to the water In which
KUVJ.rLOBID..& with th(object of dotting the "1" and are i iVerj j
-< The Chapman House crossing tie "f.at the same stroke.ij they cooked. I for full,orrnat'on: '\ fwd sleeper rMerv.tiona. call! on oi- da
sour applee used forja sauce or any agent y,
/. L JACXSOJf.orrict> I&
DL ., F:W. CHAPMAN. Prop. la-PT. take on a spicy flaror U t few Seaboard,or write
. tats* n.00 par dar. SpKlal by tile wMk ,
Ajfiaa** TV a ...., 0.,.
chopped dates are added.
&tMtsraiMradU*eo foruof ahoM. Le I
BISCAYMK cud IT mil...walk of Palm Brack, M Ui TIle following gam Is very popular Cooked meat simmered gently tat a 4.0. McDOHNBLL, iatte.: FB*. igt.Jicrsouilie FttF. '
,floras BLOCK Arx.OFLORIDA. EaM Oo t Oual,
mat mmomf tin piPIlle with little French children and ,
adds..d wliur rard.i>of 8011tMniJ'1ori4a. may good carry sauce Is qnltej digestible ,
HttAHI. .. Good h..tt..,BUr sad Ocoaa vstklmr belp yda j! to pan- coo. pleasant. m o- and much more tasty than Scold{ meat C. BOYLSTON.. Jr.. Pass.Airti
vDelray,Florida meDtIl|| ,
A 1'reDch'coot recommend. the taw
GIF W.K WILLIAMS' Cboos .. letter of the
alphabet say .y
of a bit of butter when boiling fresh
A. W. Graham ""D.f {] Instance. Each player with : regetablea. It whitens. the [water and

,Attorney-At-: ,. pencil tod paper to told to'.write the I makes the vegetables more tender.81le.d '
Coutrattor"aiid name ot7:;>a country, rlrer. Doontsm. 'I
Builder uaDal'Ml'Yed with
OTTk '. Bat Bay BbcayitGeo. c city, soldier, artist 'writer mosldaa 1, cream 4
w Satisfaction are sometimes; seasoned with sugar Contractors
aDd Property Owners
statesman, all befttntag with the
Guaranteed. r -' J'J'Iet i which has had a light sprinkling of
K : notmef. They should stand the lot ,
: M. Robbins k'nllll; zrvt"'. Zrxrtytitar. .'t M: gw.A ./ a. !,.i.e. tha II'" !jon .
*1 ..,.....
fIT. IaiaUk e4. Scad postal.. I ui a**; or two before '
;4 : TltusvUI.Fla.. win call aad_yom.....;_..,ia=_aUr-.. are closed. 'One reads the names from I serrT. If you don't want to SAVE MONEY
his u.t;sad those baring,the same
Attorney and Counselor names os their lists scratch them off. A ..racry k....s. r\<: ca.'t help! j cu. If you do, come to '

At Law Merritt & Kolb The wlWer of the contest to the one A.very beguiling nursery planned bya

r baring (the most name not on the professional lately bad the i walls eor- The A.
WUI",1a" Coaru, StaM aad 1sd.ra Red :stab.. Rentals,' de.fst.ta. lists of I the others. The,fact of his I Bred with a stout plain given materials J. McDonald Co.

which wu both duet and germ
Mauoed"e. names Ming nor uncommon proof.

FRED. M., ,HUDSON, ,C, near 12th St. Miami. J'1a.Expert him toi| u. the greatest knowledge The' daJo. was of a darker shade than
and memory.This the walls above and 'was bounded at And Bug Your, Building Material

Attorney at Law -lime Is wen worth trying and the top by two shelves running all

# : Typewriter win be i enjoyed by ererr ,nscEt-r ,of around the room not too high.for the Leaf Yellow Pine
i Totwnley Bnildlnff, Miami, Florida the family children to keep their bootsj and toys Long and Cypress

upon. Just under the shelf 4 frieze of

'DR.,, W.- B. RlJ5t1!, Repairing ti c.._....... bright hued Mother Goo4e prints. of jail kinds
n.t)1 framed. were set Into the wall all the
w. c.; PRESTON that which no one wishes to
; Offloe !28-l2tb W'5"''Phons 84.Bestdsnje .. % way around as a finish to i the dado. We also sell Lime Brik '
304 9th :; P.'O. Boat 311 hate aa '"" : ,108 Wh. DClt t+ !to low It? A bald L.tL whatever else
'" 8t.nIAIII white shellac making them water Mouldings arid a builder requires sat
::; ;FL4F Why, itn't King.Edward be burled I I proof. The floor was covered with a lowest

"t Emii A. thmann' ... -. -.. ..'.. -. ....-. giecu fiiliiifc. with given dtutfget In possible figure. .. 4

F J.lL.f.'Mullett MD.'ogee : Why 1*! It ia..rul to.arrest' a man the center. All the woodwork and furniture You Know Where We Are. 14th Street. Miami. Ho.G. .

Architect when riding on his bic7ele' Because were white enamel end there ,,

i Booms be lWioll the street without a. license. were n:) curtains or upholstery In the
: S and 4Friswll
West Palm Beach, Florida .Ii| room. I !,
Why 1-;U the merriest letter In the ""':.'

Boon 10.. .. to 12_m., I to 8-,.,s>. alpha b !f. Because It always come* sad lta .* Simple T_ A. WorlevVtuiuwy
la the midst of fun. Urs Jaha Jacob Astor, who baa been ( to the Art StudioyW
r Resirtenc*818 Arenoe 0Dr
Ross9 Awnings Mr. R'rrw.' Mr. BI 3rer and BaD.Blggawhicb .e caned a great beauty on both sides of P ,.

of this Interesting family the .tuWuC. gesso w. .. 4.e. wyw < ::t ".'.." j j310X <:!>

.J. N.. Taylor Is the biggest and why the biggest! method by which she preserves her at 1205 and 12C7,\".(C.beIWteil2t i. J

Baby Bigger because he to a little rood looks: Live simply, take] adequate Twelfth St., Miami. Florida >JI3diSts.Tv

exercise: eat rationally act with dell! ., l
CISceatKctideoct h1RS'r )- =tI t-
.. -- -
.- : -.i ... _._ .':._.. .
DtC ; ;? iJt1-'Q,, x I 1 t !1'I u.. niM"71 ". ....piety W... |.swT.._ I i "Mra. r. G. O-! ...':".:1.! .- *..: f.s.y -. ."."' mlUt"' ...,
ti ,,".- ...,,_... ,
r- io-tl. iieriptii.a i, II... !*.!II. caiictjWu rues ,'
609 Arcovt D. Mltal 111 rod hlg ; fire a l'li..uJ I 01

quarter |*f '''I sheet. of rather strong 'I giving Pattl and It for.Bombard three or have four been years banding and- I (Formerly | I : and a high! Uass'ofTuiiCy I

/ brown pHlMf: P! -e JL.n" your thleh.. Acee
:. E i Clrortalr, M.RD.D.S.:, It ont for twrotr-reen.: Prsc h2sn
holding Slat uw .c ur. Tn!'a Tn "t a ; work ad& .
) :1 by
,; cuff of sleere the '
) on other bond
3 Physician and Sure+on tGU I
DaitUir.It 6146 Lexington Are.. Ill
Cental, yon ] mimrtlj ua....to.id .:And for *.. nn-tn rnnnlnv uMtihKhrtl.he had '
M.dioal :. ..ard rnbfi; Mont a mlnu ; If UI I} 'f the ... -- -
object is the .1"1 removal of i I Ir i fX, O .
rr Crows \ .. .w.u _- -? Utd.l' rah sx '"
lad 7. : I dtm frnm'the room. The t "/x-.J32-.r ivx OCwTfSee
w.eI.--I. thY'e uu !! "
M BrU k.GEO. I I It .
per wjl| emit a brilliant ,
spark ac'll ji"
.-.=..'. ,- I.. i "._. I I not col!"?*.Nit mer7di ribut,, dust f Shopping1 ff fff .I-rr | "- I AI ..."
nxi.-v's'S Tj .
'ofja:!, t.jrk tprongs 10 dull tns-"-r t7 n.:" a *f c! :::.. If f. -. _. '.., o .-"iid Yf i Hicr. I -_- -__ ___.., ..li;
L. McDONALD : rlmiUrly placed will
35 Grove Ave,- Port Richmond, Richmond possible a slightly damp cloth and chants with wnon} I deal. Personally '
produce dUuct the Metropolli before f
IItl'e'lflOr ,
lighThe t plates
QrflZiIu.T! BorouKb, N. N. City,' pr turn It about to as to gather up tU select and buy chcape- than: ..'
experiment mart of
be for fall
course performed your tao eKb Ii!
.. dust bllt. If the duster te dry aa co- from to furniture. Holiday
A. W. WELLS la: the data .uo1 Ut.t'tronneni yon.. .. toys.., .. we have .
aaDW sometilag yretty to .
csstoasl shake out tti wiora will *- f\fnri* "fenl'% i ;.
dOC:1irp'atVr: VI'.e., : _......*-, ...:.:.::;, '4 i 'tL
it I: to uo nurmn..cer1-, ; .< -' ?r 1'
yNc ..L .'
l ,'Y
--jr- :
-, try W
i'.fI "J' ''''''' .: I
: ''' u.r ''0'fr. i l.V,' N
t ,.
"; t(1 & -" "J )-i.. } 6

I .-

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an acre which 11 the eoet of shedding

j} QUESTIONS ANSWERED further north. There are tea to twelve

thousand plantjf UJ: the acre and the LOFTON & [
I I fruit brings'loathe{ neighborhood ot ,
;j'I I II from 50 cents dozen for Red Spanish
't of Interest to the Prospective Settler
;! nformatiott to 25.cents a :piece for Porto Rleoe 1-

Concerning Miami and the Southern The percentage.Jbf plants fruiting depends _
upon the:|ate and Judgment exercised ,,
u Portion of Dade County. in their-Culture. some growers! Your Auto repaired at Lofton #;
having succeeded j In seeming fruit t .ttttt

9I 9! pineries from 90 per cenljjot II f j the plants In their & Einig. Get your; bicycles"repair-

I 1 Bo many Inquiries we fretted tot ''water works, sewerage, telephone eya- Lands may b| J trchased|I from |S or ed at Lofton & Einig; we make the

fibs Metropolis by prow** ve ..wenl I tem.free mall delivery.three ..ewapa.I (10( an acre updepending on proximity '
J GT borneeeikirs ODDCII If. conditions J I I pen, two national banks one State to roads anjjsh'lpplng] point Good IN ALL QUARTERS I II prices right EVERYTHING in
It has miles cl''beautiful lands on rock road within S miles of I !
la this put of the country bail. etc.
Btottas where our pies hare been tasted aid the SUNDRY LINE in Stock.
ad the burden ot oorresrondence en streets ot native white atone It Is Miami may be had for $50 an acre and .
will them
tested prals-
tailed thereby bo become so heavy practically: the terminus of the Florida sometimes less than that sum for land you < j
t;, on'' heartily. There is a knack about !
r mat ve bar attempted It the follow East Coast Railway, for though an extension not Immediately a road. TIle same pe I

I ... article. to nmmuln such Infor of the road has recently been qua.lty of land f farther away from baking which we have caught p<;rectly. Columbia bicycle at $40. Cleveland bicycles at $40. Rambler bicyclesat
and to built, penetrating the farming lands transportation facilities can, of course I
nat3sa .g if most tmptrtant,
Jk be f.Jr The I $40. National bicycles at $40. Cresent bicycles at $25.00
asiwer lie questions met frequently forty-five miles south, this la merely purchased :less land la unpromising 10$40.001 :
by this means that a feeder to the commerce of this city in appearance to those accustomed OUR PIES : ;
asked It is hoped
,t 's sample copy of the raper. ef which Here are located the steamship docks to d4| deep I rich soils or Rent your bicycles from;Lofton & Einip t they'll fire you a wheel to snit

j hundred are not oat. will In matt of tin P. ft; O. Steamship Company other States, being rocky and sandy will bear comparison with even t :e e Mb 1 W M

I eases. serve the purpose Intended bettar whose lines are operated to Key Westto yet results caajjbe obtained from it best of home made. And if yon area
Havana and to Nassau Immense far In ecess otthe returns realized f
than a personal letter. Specific Insformation fair judge, yon will admit ours ar t
,1 be obtained by writing wharves etc., are being projected to: from the more[[fertile sections of the
mar better than "mother's. But >i
even y '
to any of the real estate or other firm keep pace with the vastly Increased country. FertlJJ Einig
t whose: advertisements appear In thai maritime business that must follow on the returns more than' Justify the expenditure won't be able to Judge, unless y m :
1, : ItoTOlf ed give our a triaLJOHN
deepening of the harbor, work
: paper; and the best way to become fa- on i j I
Millar with local conditions, progress. which is now actually progressing An Pcope! of energy and Industry are Opposite Ppst Office '
II 1 Industries and current -happenings appropriation of $300,000 has been secured heartily welcomed] and the country's I SEYBOLD :1

f waHe contemplating removfog to this from the government for har- development being!practically Just began I i "
.f, section Is through reading the Dally bor Improvements and the Florida there is robin i for all to reap the 12 STREETDunsliine j ,
East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to benefits which must ensue as the re-
lj or the.weekly Metropolis, the former 1
'ef which will be sent to any address expend a like amount. Thus, 1600,000Is su t of such iedeo! ment. Capital finds Investing
now being used for this purpose and here most profitable investment, while
at the rate of f S 00 a year, f L25 for \
r' three months; the Weekly a large Syege It Is a moral certainty that farther appropriations labor is In demijidjand well paid People in your Wind '
will be secured. until the cf moderat4pteans who come here Power
pale-being mat:ed for f LEO a Home
,' .' harbor la In a condition commensurate and buy a small:ir.ct of land make a I
l': '. Tear THE CITY OF MIAMI with its Importance from a commercial modest home set >ut fruit trees, and Has been adopted by the best ''people of the country as the' s
geographical and strategical while waiting ibf Lhese to come Intobearng )lfti'tw'e' times i unztd cheapest power for raising watir. Note the people who have
t ,Sprang out of the wflderneee met ; a year them they could have steam, gas and hot air too if they want-
: year ago;the railroad having reached standpoint-an Importance recognized engagrfh.,} trucking are, always tin Jou ii you ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this
'"-this point April 15. 1818 Prior to this by pubic: men at the national capital without fewepUon, successful I business and with my pump mechanism that I hare just been
j :tbaa one store, whose trade was principally and by ah who will study the location And this succesjjccsts less effort than granted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity,
10 other of I READ 2k SUNHat value and life o_ f wind mill outfit.
with the Indians and a fewscattered of this port and Its relation to Insular parts| the country while any Any infringements will
families, eking out a precar-: and South American commerce to the c'lmatic: conditions render outdoor prosecuted.. I

( ,loas livelihood by* wrecking and the say nothing of the vast trade thatmust work possible Jery day in the year, OhutnUd we i piper' Cocoanut;
manufacture of coontle starch were spring into existence upon' the with the health t] t eDeflts of such anopenair printed in Jacktoorfll and C H PERRY Grove, Florida, *

I psi .(Be only.evidences of'civilization. On completion of the Panama canal. life tlin- In At the same publiabedr..rpwhere.A. .
I July it 1S86, Miami was Incorporated A glance .at the map will show the time people who ire 'enjoying health t .
f most casual observer the possibilities and moderate success in their present
sea, city, furnishing perhaps the only ,
,instance'on record Jn whisk a full the future holds for the Magic City abodesjiad bettf i tay where they are. K. Taylor Sale! of. '
SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES There >fledged city came into existence wlta- I
:j;, eat first having been'a town. Three Miami has one of the best public lhoutdjgflChtr: move of such 3'tgs' the cartoons and au hs i
;r j hundred registered veters are required 'schools la the State, embracing both have made
h' t**,entitle any community to be called the common and high school courses. elsewhere[are not likely to u *her picture -

;::f'a_city less than that number constituting The buildings are Urge and wall ventilated very, successful here. Intelligence and Carriage and

:'i 15. a town ,At a meeting held for apd there is a competent corps industry are si-essential te good fortune Claude L"Enitl.D ,
l' .the purpose of Incorporation three of teachers A Catholic convent,second here as If Easy| other Part of the i

._; ;and one-half months after the first to none In theState, Is la tail fobs ff ,I -
train reached Miami S44 .votes were operation. giving,Instructions to loth., If It is desired' tb engage In general pooftni editorial peVBgrsphi Work Horses

'l,. ,.'.... .. The pfceaoneaeJ growth of this sexes There are also private schools,'' farming in the;raising of wheat Born, lens after th*'things .
'I 1 early period has been sustainedthroughout a musical conservatory, and art school I or oats peac' grapes or Deed attention.1"BSKJHT tha&j

l the eight years of the city's so that every educational need maybe i other productslof"gPPI81. tone, f fI

Wstory. supplied There are about thirty one must castst is hundreds of. WAsx FACXZUXXKOLTCLETU _
>! ,
:1 POPULATION ZTO.: nourishing schools In the county. miles to the nojthj'and accept the cold
: 'Miami has at present resident pop- Every religious denomination Is represented that Is part & tie' legacy of lands ( '

q|.elation of between,8,00:aDd 6000. In and the following have where these thin!. can be .
Be handsome church buildings: Presbyterian Neither Is this*s ock raising Tkats the Sun -
winter months ,this population, Is I croYU.1 have. 'received ,"a car of fine
,"'4,augmented by.the addition of:thousands Episcopalian, Catholic, M. E ,I There is a "Ddie+. ce law.- j
Church M. E. Church South and great boon to Jhe leWer.of limited horses and interestedcan
fl" ,of visitors mostly of the wealtbjf I; ; [f you pay to read this paper ; TO anyone
;test classes who,come to enjoy the I means, and diM is very little livestock
q.;. Ideal climate and the finest fishing in Baptist.SOILS AND PRODUCTS I, In the liountr/ On the other can read THE SUN too, inspect the n at my stable

$.1 the, world.To. accommodate these The principal Industry In this sef hand, If It Is < elred to engage In,the WITHOUT EXTRA EXFZKSK ,
"visitors ther are numerous hotels ton Is the growing of fruits and winter .culture of cltnji'fruits, pineapples, various -

\::;!and .boarding,houses principal among vegetables! for the Northern markets : tropical$Or j semi-tropical fruits Ask us or write as and
.'" ,which the stately Hotel Royal Palm : Tomatoes form the staple crop, the I 'Owing'oliyegetanlea at the season ,
.;,and the grand new,Halcyon HalLboth but,there are large quantities of other of the ye8| when all other parts WV11 tell L. L. lyicNeilFifteenth !
monuments in size grandeur and aceommodatlng vegetables grown uh as tomatoes, of the t'OUntr-.1 in the grip of wintw you kcrpr. J

1. facilities e" plant! peppers.jeam; etc. The this sectlcp offers decided advantages -' I
E. The population Is'cosmopolitan, ev- planting season extend front about over any|ether portion of the No need to send to Jacksonville or
Street of Avenue D.
'f every state la the Union furnishing Its October 1 to January-15 and the 1/ulk United! Stat ilsewhere for wedding invitations announcements Teat I

it \neta of representatives. An unJesirabU of F the shipments are sent North from : I IJ or fancy stationery. I|Tbe I "

foreign element'is'unknown.- j November until Ms,. although, there I We ,have JJ ep'aces > I fine small country J Uetropolllia-prepare4 to do this work Miami | Fla.
f" rr' CLIMATE .being practically no difference In the for 13re Cjheap. Beck. Wilson J III the very latest style. We are :here !, I

} I :.Writing from 'personal experience seasons, seeds may be planted or veg- ll. Huddlesto1 i I t is guarantee, yon satisfaction I I .-= T.1

stables r'-iu'the ,, :
after visiting California and other sections gathered any d year : '- _
.' where 'c'lmatle conditions are Vegetables are grown, usually on the ]

' ;considered at their best,'we can unhesitatingly prairie ands, which are free fron. r H. F. Scriiggs- & coil

:' say,that Miami has the mostperfect timber and are composed of a kind..ot .
'- winter.climate in the United marl..' YSP CtAITY ,

W State Cold is'almost,unknown, even Fruits are grown .on pine ,1&21.1". Plumbing Steam
;'i the slightest frost being very rare. which are slightly higher than the ,

,e:: ,The warmth of,summer is' tempered prairies. and in,this section very rocky and Gab Fitting
< by the cooling breeces from the Atlantic This rock Is a peculiar coral formation .

t' : and the highest. temperature containing a great deal of plant food J. A. DANK.n. i
!- recorded by the government thermometer as evidenced by the fact that In many PLUMBERS SUPPLIES, ETC.. -
:.r during the summer months is ..s.f' placeorange. and other fruit trees are : .na st.., trnr, ,tt< '
". HEALTH' to be seen bearing thriftily, though I 816 Avenue D \ : : Miami. Fla) JJ '

'-: The dry ranks among the'first la apparently standing on a solid plate

l the United States,ia'point of health of this rockBeing: of a porous or ; .
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f"r: and there are "prevailing malada.1: the trees are enabled to penetrate It Atlntic Coast Lire i .t

It Tboee ailments ,which are common to ad draw ample sustenance from what M. J.
: an;parts of the country seem to'bei would appear to be a very unpromis- Yarborough

i acre robbed. In'part,'ot.their power: as ins source. This rock, by the way. THROUGH titH EIHl1.$ f t .

i they usually.appear ia a ,mild ,form, makes a .beautiful and rable bulldog Contractor and Builder
Florida! Alabama North Carolina
and rare'y! leave the bad effects which material and tbe new court house ; Georgia Virginia,

;, follow. in, the, wake of. like diseases tn I Jail, as well as several residences and South Carolina
Builder of the Palm Beach dote!
f... elsewhere Scarlet fever and- dlpbfheria 'i the city; built of this stone are The great Highway of Travel between
"! are unknown whte> typhoid mach admired by all visitors It also
l fever Is rarely: .heard of., It is a desirable makes. the.finest road material In the House Moving a Specialty

place,for'those suffering from world, and Dade county leads a:1: others Florida aL1J tie East and West. North anj S nth Miami; Florida

. asthma
lang'troubles, 'catarrh and la the State la mileage. and condition
: 'similar diseases which are prevalent of her highways. ? .
: tneolder climates' Many persons at- .The fruits cultivated are chiefly __ __,.
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Cunvrnteni t'nose. El<.*if4iit fuliiasn Kqutp'O-nt, \(&. iuIdoetti iMinir ('a t -
'feeted here oranges
tt with these ills have corns grapefruit, and pineapples
I; sad have been cured or greatly bens guavas mangoes avocado pears and DUNHAM THE CANOVA

fitted. Of course,ibis is aot the case limes are largely produced but being Route of\die' ) DIXIE FLYER
'..;: ta:every Instance People die here,'kd Indigenous to the country, they thrive CelebratTrains l L FLORID \ AND WEST INDIA LIMITED Miami Decorating Company

they do everywhere else ,No country with little. or no cultivation Citrus "I j MONTGOMERY, L, AND N.COXVKMKXT .
[ass yet been discovered where people. tree will require from three to five j I I j- y
are immune from', death'and dl se years after planting to pro.luce'fruit.. c Mats. sand r S9tPai.

'At, the,same" time. it. nay be truths+ Pineappfas,:.which crow ; on a plant MKTHOtM.,.. TRAVKMNGVtlmilie l

.:: ful'y said that the conditions tending somewhat. l-esemb'ing: the cactus and t3I .. .. ... :
t thu.1 tuur 11'.t. iC"'MS r I\IIU mth r rail :tiog
''to healthfulness are as favuras -hlcl ire propagated by rI
general slipswZsudters
_. ....d,rmhrai'+.)"a .u.l'tJu.... ..I tier l' .wittt.nil lair! at nil prinnii l sgriut ef st .
111e In any section of the country, bear fruit in 18 months .u.of 11a.ni'4: ( J.u..lt..d ....uir>or ftinu datr <>f I'UTcttHnr Fur nilnrmktiim turn I '
's," so than'inmost tftecT ajftlEg In this.l'CtIoD 'they prte>>, ,...., ,oQi bllI! rt" .rdli'! r>tr.., ol. ni..ir.., I'ulliiun srtvi4rrtt Paper Hanging and Kalsominlng
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::1f It matters not how many Christmas Gifts a.11lfl* mayA S
receive,he will always be expecting somethiti I L :
t handsome in the of :
very way Men's Su IS-All sizes of'the latest cuts and
.Y It shades. Price . . :. .. .$9 to8( ; .
! Ladies' Shis-Our assortment is I large and 4e" : :
r Christmas Tie k can fiDdles you. Price} . . . .'. J..4$7 lo-l3' I ,:
ing<) Coats-The latest styles, r'egul. r twelve ; "'
Don't disappoint hi dollar! value -reduced to. . . .. . .$.6. t'; .
I Ladle Skirts-if you need a walking: skirt >r '
t house]!skirt,. it will pay you to see theseladles' : .$3 to ;p 13
AVe have a beautiful line of Christmas Xecl r ur in JatketS and hundred "
Caps-Over three '
every new shape and style that is correct. 3larif the I to choose from. PriceMen's . . . i. .$3tOIU t : I
silks! and shapes-are confined to us for this locailt r and Shoes-We' cn fit in any grade g ?=
I cant bo found elsewhere. The choice creation* f the 'leatht. Price : .you. . ." . .. If. .$2 to $5
I ladles' Shoes- During our sale we are going to. "
1 sell a special: line of shoes regular 3.00 .: \2. ,_ (:': 4
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yM LEADING. II BlanKetS.- Fine wool. During this sale,
y sell th :m for per pair . . ..50. ,

Neckware Make Quf stock: Vhite. cotton. . :;.your. choice. . of. .our. large. .. .. .$200
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I U Table Uneh-Mill rnds. These are bargains; .
I.f There is but one place to buy Neckwear, and,thai is at worth 75C for. . . ... . ." ... .. ., 522. "
.a man's store. He'll be sure to like his tie if incomes 1 I. H .' -. :
;y: from.here- as we have TilE NEW SPRING. I itR JUNES I IE i1 .

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iII Bogs Suits.
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to Men Youths and 303 Twelfth Street'l Miami '
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/?$ONS,;contemplating closing their sumrier. home I Pr motors of Permanent Realty Values

spending[: the winter in the, south ah. secure, i
Ifyou are seeking safe investment. ; consult uss. Our h
excellent;: accpriiodations at the .Southern Hotel which; : :
t1 knowledj e of Miami's needs in development:: ;are un-
has all modern'conveniences. 2 blocks-from B
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speculate rsve; have nothing to sell. ..Uuer.s.and;
t -,: I improvers of MIAMI REAL E T Affi ONLYW. t.

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CHAS. M. TERF ELL! Secretary and Treasurer. W. PROUT, President '
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THOMAS COSTIGAN President EDWARD BURKE, 1st' VI .... S. PATTERSON, lee', Treaa W. W. ERWIN 2d Vice-Prea "

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Dade County Titlel i [insurance & Trust Company !

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Insures against attack or efeat of the Titles to your and Homes. !


Titles. hMred, Abstr. prepared MOM bard art llvaIt Act a Ageat, Tratiee Executor, Assignee, Receiver o- Gerdsi I
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i/ / Land Title Insurance as another. The eo puny has a paid house may burn. I responsible title Insurance corporation
)+ This branch of Insurance is the most up capital of 5,0001| surplus of 3., Titles which are really good an : must last as long as the obligation '
r Important j and valuableFlomtlme $1%000. is growing!]j F.a: ger every often attacked for profit. Incurred live and can not In anyway
; immemor'al'al the basis of all wealth baa year and well ab'e i it ) out any 4. Sharpen are much lest likely ic ,. be impaired by the death or re- ''
j;, been ,and. for 1I"e'could neither produce )'.JI! gallon; It tmJertntes'! I: owns ? attack: titles which are Insured. moval of any one or more lndiYldu l..:
n food hare home or carry on complete set of boo j ntalnlng abstracts S. A title policy Insures free defenseas The difference: between personal opinion 1,
business of any son without It, and of the title i very foot of well as payment of loss. j. and financial! responsibility behind a'
i' y/ still the laws governing land titles i .land In the with Its force 6. Property) will set: better If th a title is exactly the same as a- t'
f 'are so voluminous and varied and the I of expert. abstractor)!|in. addition to title U Insured. j I man's individual promise to repay
/ method of acquiring them so uncertain I giving; an Insurance,po Icy;;'on a land 7. Titles can transferred. qnicke i, money borrowed from the bank and
s't : 'that they are more subject to attack I title can make and delver It In lest and at less expense after once Insured the deposit of good collateral to protect e
r' : and defeat ,..lthoutpropt'T precautionary I: time and, in more tall: factory shape 8. The comfort of knowing one' I and assure Its payment. I =j
t: measures. .than any other' form f than anyone else In.: |he county. The title Is Insured la worth the cost binsurance. ; 2. It Is much 1 loss trouble quickerand .
F: c.' 'of property.-- officers of the company!are: I easier ,to borrow money on property ..!\\1 1I
r 'These conditions have brought Into I Thos. Costigan; Plea! enL ::.. The exhaustive examination ar backed by a guaranteed title 11
k existence! a/system of title Insurance I Edward Burke, First -PreaiJent. ., -/valuable ude! from the policies. and In many cases and ones that may '
+i' and caused If an large cities of the W.W. Erwin, Sects 1ee-Pre lld'DL 10., Patrons of title ,Insurance con arise any day.thlg Is a moat Important ,
country the abrshment of responsible .S. L. Patterson, and Treasurer. panles get the best examinations t conKlderat'on. When a loan Is sought
f 'corporations whose business It Ist' s&.J.1arT| j be hadjree defense in cue of attac and a guaranteed title offered the -iiI I
; to emp'oy experts to examine land tI- The ma'n f > the Import- and the company's guarantee for twe transaction can be closed up at once .;1
t'es: in'their territories and guarantee ance and va'ue '! : Insurance ty-flve years, all for one small prem 1 with neither delay, expense or quest'on -
? .:lb'amph' capital their validity and have been summed n b'y the compan- am. < 1 on account of title investigation
F; legality, In a little book: desctf pave and explanatory Besides 'those, above enumerate* t or validity. The Dad County Title
Miami and Dade county has one of of Its business. faier the head there are at least two other vet Insurance and Trust Company, as its !,
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the very best of these Institutions in of "Ten Reasons wit{ ail Titles ShouldBe strong points. In favor of title insurance name indicates and Is the rule with
t' the Dade County Title Insurance and Insured." and it ;they constitute that the company might have I i all such corporation, does a |,,trust ,
Trust 'Company.The a triknK.. simple analysis added with propriety and Interest : I company business as well as abstracting .
+ company Is omcered by the of the ,.Bt'DSlbl1fld they are hereunder -' The assurance of he validity arid: and title guaranteeing act M f
o 'leading business and professional men ,a: legality of a title bated on the alstract .- trustee for estates and Individuals t .
7'y tit the community and its operations The Ten Goad Reasons and opinion a lawyer has no guardian tt''f'h'pr. executor, etc. and Yin
1. cover the whole of Dade county, furnishing f., No one can rekpjj, know: any. title responsibility behind it longer than Its capacity offers a Interests,
i the same facilities and:'giving Is good.. II: the life of the maker and that may Is Invaluable to the business :
the service to one. part of the Bounty 2. Any.tlt'e tnarffill Just as any end any day while! the guaranty of|I- of the city and county i
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y ial facilities for moving heavy ire i ght Omnibus meets every train Baggage transferred

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