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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 26, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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tr} .I OLDER PLAYERS WERE TOO STRONGAt i IE E AT OUTS S XMAS SPIRIT BROTHER SHOOTS AND KILLS ,I I.

\ Christmas Was Desecrated Iny'any'Ways j .
'j Last
Night and After Shioting
Game of Baseball and Won Gams I :
Terrible Tragedy! Enacted
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Drunken Men
b by by Score of 8 to 3 of Hot Springs : Through Car Windows Start

J and Objectionable Con And San Dim nican Government t By Presenting Their Supers tens Ho Springs, Dec. 26 : 'I.I'I I to t
The final game of baseball of the Clenon shot and Instantly !I Robbing Passengers
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f'y duct Both Days season was played yesterday afternoon is in a W e k and Tottering dent Mr. W. L. Kemper, wi h younger brother, John on ''I On Board

"! on the local grounds between teams i!i at Present Solid Silver Tea Set Yea nue today. After the ..1!'! '

i' known &s the Burdine-Hlll' ; and Chap nl rendered himself to the :'
le-Hardee teams, and resulted id a imeDISTURBANCE terday Morning lice. :'
cor ,
MANY WERE INJURED victory for the latter by the score of The wife of James C. ::
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PUT IN
8to3- cently disappeared for :' DARKNESS t.

I The older or latter team, with Chill- but returned to her .

a:.. .BUT NO. ONE KILLED le and Hardee a'!l the battery, proved SITUATIOBERIOUS EAG" ARTIELE MOST tragedy occurred on the BY THE CONDUCTORS

f superior: with the stick and too fast of the brothers. Both men I

J.l on'their feet for their more younger inently connected. '
; ;. opponents. The game did not start BUTIj "ANDSOMfL fN6RA 'ED

trUborers and Fishermen Have until 3 o'clock and owing to darkness LITTLE ROCK HAS
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was called at the end of the sixth Innlng i A : Highwaymen Attempt to Escape

f.Much Fun Among Themselves: with the score as above. Have Occii rr d'-Morales May ,Three Hundred Yen Declare hey Little Rock Dec. 26 Stampede.and Battle Followed..
A dispute in the fifth inning, which i morning burned and .

; ',City and County ,Authorities i resulted in a decision contrary to the Attempt tc rm a New binetWashingtofi are well Treated and Care for building, except two small Five of Rascals Captured and

rules, gave the losers a run or e1e I in the block between 2d
Trouble
if.Kept. Busy Suppressing. they won'd' have scored but twice tD of \! jftill) Offer no Interference by the F. E, C. Water W rks i Louisiana and Center The Sixth Managed to Escape.

l'.IDd r _Making Arrests decision re'ating-to a runner falling !at.the Present Time. Co. Who Employed Them., I heaviest loser Is Fred A Oaring Deed .
to avoid a fielder in attempting to story carriage repository. ,

jJ: .. .. field a batted ball The teams lined ]t loss wl'l aggregate $ .

up as follows: Santo Do: Dee. 25 Presij -' A. a mark of appreciation of the 1
ej Contrary, to the.ni12 quiet, manner 'Winners-Hardee, e.; Challle, p.onklin. .; Moralesh BAPTIST SUNDAY
It t:* C lit b.; Coachman; Chum dent | left the city and his lt1nd and considerate treatment accorded Chicago Dec. 28 -In holding op the
I attending the celebration of Christmas J j
sad berlain. 3d; Peddy, ....; A. Hardf destination Ii known. The con n- them both by the Florida t I The Baptist Sunday AJhlanJ Avenue electric car at.1'h1I't7-J
the here there WM -
holidays
t pracIcally I.f.; StuIU c.f. ; and Yarborough r.f. try Is quiet out* jthere ls considerable Coaat Water Works Company, by !entertainment and presents I .'xth'Itreet last night six highwaymen .
r continuous round ofT dlsorler'ln I
one Losers Bnrdine, c.-; Han p.; Wil uneasiness ant excitement shown at w.hlch they are employe aDd Yr. W. at the church. The tree I fired a score of shots through the
(: and about lllaml ,from 8atnrnight son. 1st; Hilt 2d; Dillon 3d: Clopton. dd
the unexpected departure of the Pres- L. Kemper directing their labors the by a boat this year which windows and roof and. were F
i di7. to this morning when con ....; E. Shannahan..f.; Gantlet, c.f. !dent up with a large all to '::I engaged }
'- three hundred or white In robbing the
more me es passengers. Including
dittoes 'tamed" down and the'uormal .; and Rice, r.f. of the presents were
aged In digging the filth and lathe rag women and children when (the
war resumed., jll old Santa to reach them by j ja
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL tEGARED conveyor pipe from the well to high step ladder. The trolley pole"was removed by the coailnctor. +
f::The fan started Sunday. morning i
i 'LAS VERY SERIOUSWlJhlngto the pumping .tatlon. yesterday reo sisted of the following: .
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ladle'camp of the laborer
a fight
,>. .''the west limitS of tW'clty.: :'Tha ..Gave an Enjoyable Last and Night InterestingEntertainment Dec. 26- Advices re-seated, the latter with a handsome sot. Invocation Rev. W. E. The bandits then left,. struggling to

-'followed, later In" the. day toy. a celved by cab qt[ day at the State andfrom Id silver tea let consl.Unl of sit I lee. School.Song "Heaven's [the darkness after the battle to which '

ore general fight amour,the men In The entertainment Navy Depart en Santo Domingo ell, all handsomely engraved and tug Recitation the invaders were pitted against the)
given by the Mamie Sykes.Recitation
one of the participants in the I Indicate 1aertbus condition ofT Yt'1'1111 ble. ,
men passengers and the car .
crew.
Sunday school of the First M. E' Fern Lifts. +
Unit were :attacked. It 1*} affairs exist tj The present came as
engagement a complete! orI -
.. Church Sunday night was highly inter Anbem"The Lord Is I Several passengers were trampledin
by ereral. parties] and ball II The captal o Puerto Plata has prife to bit. Kemper. who during the
yJattng j and enjoyable. The long program I I herd-Cholr. the frantic rush made for the exit.
I been shot and t11ed during an insurrectionary morning received a nonce to com to L"
Questions
cared "Christmas and "The Children of !A
load of
>".':At about the tame ,time a'grans oermea f j I Answers In Song" was splendidly,car I lufimient and the governor I the camp at once IS there was tro ble I E. A. Rnssel! I wagon policemen'arrived' a xfew
.who had come.up from the j jel Ttt'dout of that pnv ,fete has, "defied the Ii i 'the ...In.!. Ht ut..nl'J tber to |, nilnutes later anj five of the robbers -
and, did credit to the execs Recitation Naomi
r to IpeD4.Cbrt tmu."' got Into>{r tire committee. In response to questions general govetnjn >nt and barricaded IIn" everything perfectly quiet sad lot Anthem- "Hear, Thou Our I: were captured the other one eaicaplng. ,. ,

+ for all fight In north Miami: and .asked there were songs and reci the town. The, Dominican govern t .0111" In sight! but Immedll ely Choir. ., ;

d la several. of them going: away tations. ment has Iganfl a decree removing thegovernor. .I thereafter there was a general ex us
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R Ua battered and bru18elf headL The I I from tents aDd Mllles" aDd be was urrouDdpli -
tAlk..ADd Presiding Elder;. S. Rad- tf'r: Arthur DeBerry; were ;the bo'dest ever perpetrated,, to this M
,was'renewed again that night In er, also made an Interesting bk'to "TheVjashI State Department .1 by a happ and elated cr If.I the ship.The .a
has determinedifficulty at this Is internal It...., aU I jclty and but for the conductor stamjpedlng -
he same locality and more blood ipID"though .'- the children. This 'entertainment an I quickly over One Othemeu talk by Mrs. E. A,
no fatalities occurred,- was one of the best of the season' and' and II [not intervene at thUcretary a&pokesman. In a few app rl. a pleasant surprise to the the thieves by pulling the tro&'l -<

i Various" 'other fights :and dtiordeminorimporttaceoee.rreddari il there was not sufficient seating room station. I II ate words ftnt thanked the W tel' she brought with her a Y"I'l I ey pole from the wire much valuables r

-' : tor 'th*large audience present -- |I ,Later Thi .of.War has Works Company. for Its generous tat. Miss Reds Houston I!wou'd have been secured as the'car

be, ,..day and were continued. yeaterparts !received a cab] from comptrollertjomlnican went of them a and exprenlg, elr Jerusalem fashion, :was crowded with passengers '

of the"idly, *The There are some men''who would be I(i land receiver ,! customs, apprecIation of the .amelnJ then rr.Kemper poverty and pecnllartlei. I[ ,
]Ed wards.,'.Iat ( Santo to- for the l NEW YORK COUNTY FAIR
1 fishermen It Is said gave distinctly benefltteJ if they would low I I at Domingo manner In whit be sell exhibited severa' .
Me again last night and the former their temper for keeps |day; saying t Charles F. Moraleseft'the had personally glen them and eeeds lr to the inhabitants of that !I
'so, 110187- and rowdy'in passing I Us.dlssatlfled fr the support of his ll atteutlon. after which the Is el land. 1[first Ever Held Opened at Madison

; and forth from their ramp to the cabinet and nil capita! with was pre ented. Hr. Kempen e- --- I f, Square Garten TodayNew

"':-that )lr; Charles Maon. living FARED BADLY a few follows}.f.a id, that his intention w hat abashed, In turn thanked the, wben \.! -- r

; their route" of travel,had to,-pre* seem to be to J Jemtoes as to oppor4en for their generous gift and u.1ired I IS NOT Tork. December 26.-The fimt

rye' : order and protect his family sltlon to Hara &tit. them that It was the intention of hecompan New York' County Fair and ClrcM 'r

:. .'Insult. at, the point.:of a 'tw. f A'eonfilet !t the two forces'Is ,. tad himself to treat tht'tri, u opens,at the Madison Square Garde
i'disorders.be It said to the ered- -SHERIFF ImmlDenlJ.fOl'\l 1 may attempt'to forma long AI 1s their lmplq fa a 'uman ]y, today and there 1* every Indication
DEPUTY MORRIS HAS A
f;the. greater majority- of the la- DESPERATE new shine I There Is great,polttdisturb! considerate and liberal m&UJter. t SAYS DEPUTY SHERIFF ihat It will prove'a great attractioa "

were confined to a few, a inof GANQ OF NEGRO ENCOUNTER TOUGHS WITH I 1_r but rrr'hn.t The' set I. very ha.ulllOme.f'acb p WHO CARRIED MR. M R I I tor the next five days This: Is ,the,

.-., 1 whom found resting place' b e-- ante---1 I I b earing a large Roman. "r sage 'e4UllOa Trur INAANC I I first time since New York has be '

It and the a city that a County Fair with
;,prison.bars.. my eontalalll lie tome
t, Drunken men were In, evidence eyhere .Deputy Sheriff Harry -Morris fared Keeping d"Q' elrpenlletl ls related In laaerlJtIoD; : "PreIIeDted to W. L. MAKES STATEMENT I&U the customary' adjuncts U held to

," : ,throughout .the day and thej.tce. badly yesterday afternoon at the handsjof Inverse ratio |ii!| Jkeeping up appear Kemp.r by the employees of the FIE. +I the very heart of the town. 'It win

i and the county authorities were j I a gang of negro toughs in Colored ancem. II c. Water Works Co." I IiTEAGURS !!Offer a rare opporliuuiy w ,luuunaoas
busy preserving order and making Deputy Sheriff Gore ... :br New Yorkers to see something
; : Town,and M result the officer rejeelved I I. .
ts.. The. better element of Ulaml' { several very painful.but not er- JURY I SEM8U ) morning from Chattahoochle losely resembling a real County Fair -

ire" .and condemn these.disorder*' f loaa.bruises about the bead and body, west last Friday n'Rht, to !or the first time In their lives.
,;tl,> Metropolis, regrets to,have to GO\1116 the The exhibition of farm products i
authort'es \
asylum Mr.
de such facts, though true. f:. It appears ,that the officer had occasion nd stock Is probably larger than at
11I f>t Sroart, who was suddenly
";'f.-: to arrest a negro on a charge of Iii'I .. .... s his r"eJ as the remit of a most county fairs and the list of pre- r
tertalned Bible ClassQnarterman fighting and started! to bring him to This I jnlums considerably greater. Therere
entertaineds'Young MorntoqThe trid'Dlrrcted Sheriff led+ hy This tune Tomorrow11'n V Vtcilcalurs j all breeds of
Kri.'EYa. P., the, Ja1!! "hen': : he was attacked by s seas.Mr.. catt'e sheep hogs

..:- Poop. 'e.i Blb'e Class of the gang of negroes, the prisoner taken :: Stmc!! trtch; :: '..VltsesrcsMontrr Wiq be Here to 4' I not violent Gore as stated had hIM been Mr J Mild horses, all kinds of poultry from

st Sunday, school at her home_on from him and beaten quite tjhe common scrub hen to the costliest
up severelyBattered
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lead last nbtThere was and bruised the officer .M n- 1 i Case. tend! As cdt:!ties .M tlngDy vlou. and that he had (ornamental fowls! : among the farm

,".tire in the large fire place and the came to the city' and had his wound .. I Ii+I with hIm during the officer long j product) are samples of the various q'jt
Mr. Johns the
trip.
most Invitingly:arranged., Th e' j grains. beans,
I which are painful but not seriou.* i pans egg plant. lettuce.
"i.In'the. dining Loom'was" heaped]j ,dressed. He knows the majority of I 01 and converged freely the Cabbage, can'lfiower, celery turnips

I with oranges and holly, and load-t|,h! assailants and they will be arrested first sA [!'on of the coroner'sdo this time tomorrow the city 1 11 the time though at others onions, pumpkins squash watermel-:
declare he leave the
I with candles, cakes and nuts.:Hotlj i ii Jury .to the death of Mrs., educators I would i!i qua all kinds of ,"I11* .. '''nr:* vsr1riety ;
be filled with
from
all
< s made efforts to do so, and I
.i ,m massed on the sideboard and fire BILL TO ABOLISH Dora was 'I of flowers an.lt\ tJ'-iZtn.
traditional mistletoe nqUIrJln so fonly murder )f the state who will have come h'r e to force him to keep his seat Like
The hong other
.: I county fairs this fair
CAPITAL PUNISHMENTNew :: :.. t I
: : 'iht: &cr hs
-th* parlor As the clan first.t- ; atir : =c 10 aueus Iue DjDt'teenth annual .see rap TLo xiiutiuCuU u..iu Is ": will barn special attraction for the
i at e.1 held thisfconnty of Florida ted and weakened from enterWnmmt
the
the .entertainment at the York Dee. M -Assemblyman Educational Alloclat nn of the visitors and they
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"It 'was rather late before they Berg of Jersey City, has drafted a bin morning Wlfht I Judge A. E. wb'.h will ronnne la opening sees 'OD IPnees and Mr. Gore sta'ei win, naurally, be on a much larger '
at the house and after music ll Ul I tD.nd'trL. .r II o'C''"" t r. .rainm authorities express scale than those
to abolish :caoltal pnnubtiert In fh* I 7 cr pr as vi-ouifio ce roper.i .- shown at other fair*. .
"pro: eat .; : ". 4.tr. : ; A :'CvN., n ? ion f"> .r If win tn*" "! 2 t! lw' .
MI a.' ; .r .w ..m.....>, Mm* M udj A..eJ uovernor Urant' iLuowhos. '' any r Ii"1 11''':t FjVLIL?:' ..
,the delightful occasion ended InI to reprive all olJie then tbrontb Thursday and Frt.la! I to rcctsr: ? to',:: .,.trtlty and te:1tureJ trill be circus performances
condemned
murderenUDW adjourned to that the authorities 11.1 II
I t{ Ptai of fireworks closing the hap-' the Legislature shall act on the. can | 1 Sf''l'ra hundred teachers will be health. |ly| some of the most famous companies '
}Christmas Day with wishes that the ,brit I secure, twl'jj !' three parties from attendance and the fa"fearbnfi M T1I'' "m""r al.o carrtPd BOW to the country, a btfcy chow:
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pl nts might accomplish many :. hey teat Lo obtain evlJencc I tb meeting will prove ODe of e patient for the asylum.one : for valuable prizes, which will surpass ." I

1 -deeds. la the sew year and their Some stogie cant help themselves that.may thro] some light on the I Iertm I most luCt'f'nful !In the history' of Le colored. of West 'Ta'm Beach I anything ever shown to this 4f.

enjoy prosperity and hap PE because fathers help ihemaeJvv K I I j! .....I..t:<.;;. ':':Ie trc9attaa com ItI here n" nds""* Inane'!. H! : Oottrtry. tag show,'races and athletjlc .

rty ranch Both the ail I :.:. ., cc i!:".L: 1"ro'erOI1l W', l1 ;;.., trw stunt nine : : and track contests of considerable ''
I
lojrities and the '
I Jury
I : I 11&1 4, JI'. Gammas and R. P. B ,1tn/ the asylum and that interest -
teUingr believe,that thl 1 are new to A ri- 'fir .
Is-Tery commendaVe, ;:The sheriff U about the htRf t.n..p.M\! :1l L -'" n "mv.'nt. have Just been .
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only man rua down the &petrator'
'considered at a pratessI n. U U who. likes to have his eDnllel'around(horrible anj.jlitbesmrched $ of.this: most:the receptlop and comfort of the iI-I In the building and It Is a very far cry when a tearful .

;iprtrfltaWe,;. him.: thj esslng, crime that has ton a large number of whom will r- .for the patients who are Idow journeys across the country to -,
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P aunty and 8tat rive tonight u4 tomorrow m heat of treatment: aw 'her late husband's folks


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TWO .I*; DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2C IMS.'

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The ,Daily Miami Metropolis SI} NTIFIG MISCELLANY. IhQVfi iM***** ,
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'$. B. TAT )!, PRESIDENT. S. BOBO DEAN, SEC.-TREAS.
mountains, of Panay and other '
THE; MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY t.1 Everybodyshould
tsl of the Southern Philippine
The most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S. mo $ an be scraped up by the quart,
Th n tines have learned to prize : 1
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY the 1 ''s an article of food and they t .

CIRCULATION VATESBM no >Ilect and eat them In large : ',j I:" see our display of(

Tear. by lUfl.15.00 Three Youth..L:1 quaff ea.Aah ,. m'1''JIijf,,.: ;" Useful and ,Ornamental 1
.x MoctkJ.'.. 240 One week, by Carrier......... 48 't. ,
lUne, a new paving material I
Advertising. Rates! made known on application. th4p being tested in England and .. rOt Y lBf1
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GeI'hTa T, gives the appearance of mo- Xmas| Presents
TELEPHONE 71. JFFICE! METROPOLIS BUILDING eat rble. It is a mixture of tar

ia and 434 Twelfth Street Oppoalt the Court House. wlt 1 slag, is comparatively: low
In Iitn hale been found very elas- 'j
TUESDAY DECEMBER 26 1905. tic, r and durable. It has resist- I l I
ed tramc with no sign of wear Our Line is Complete and the ,

THE PLANTING OF SHADE TREESThe i
.11Y cylinders! 12 Inches .* Prices are low : }
tit <4< In dtameteg, have been !
Metropolis has frequently called the attention of the city authorities IU : by H. Woolson, of Columbia
and property owner of Miami to the necessity of planting Ebade-.trees, ? .. TerSlty, to loads of 12.000 to : Rugs
not cn'y: on the streets, but on all premises. It has cited the fact that the .A}. pounds. The pieces were patting. Linoleum Reed

absence of these natural ornament and necessities to beauty and comfort, mute! Compressed, the diameter being and Wil'China ow chairs '
| Sideboards
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conspicuously. noticeable to the stranger coming within our midst and co1t Isfondlngiy Increased, but there ".
makes Impression foreign to favorable upon them.flami I disintegration C H
an wallnr or powdering. ;osets, Dining Chairs ndTables -
] hu every advantage of physical location, climatic, etc., to make b
It a substantial city. This is bound to'come, but ...hen,1t does 'are w" stilgoing 1 I I Israpn records are proving useful beautiful oak Bed Room
to be short,ofbeantlfnl coo'.Ing and Inviting shade trees'Ie..ID.' InthoWing the rariatlons- diseaseas i
unless there is a movement toward that object; and that at no distant date &tell as for medical teaching Dr. Suits, ;Stjok Cases,ChiffoniersIInd
,
much necessity practically, as sewer and water facilities; aaalde..alkS I }'
Trees ate as a W: hase I
reports having blographedijyfone
good and paved streets; u pretty houses and well kept la"'l1IJanJ twd f seperate epileptic leisures Warbrob s, in fact everything to
i an other needed Improvement in the building of a city. A city without
an ine rare case of eye disease make
trees II no city at all. The deficiency would be noticed by every strangercoming Tilt upon a screen, the enlarged! hove beautiful, comfortable riJ'
In, and many of them would turn away and go elsewhere with the
pic ,
a reproduce the action. of them
k belief that there must something wrong with the town and Its business, very clearly.
otherwise there would be shade trees giving It natural beauty: I
'. Tint Impressions are lasting and In support of our utterances above Ms- f
ten and'barken to the following from Mr. C. R. Zacharias, auto manufacturer k J use of furze In paper making We have them In all sizes and
J. letter under date of the Nudges s a new class of materials tota&Jtie SievedI
i aDd business man of Asbnrj Park N. in a !j I
place of the kinds. Wood coal oil -or '
: 10th Inst theMetropolls, : rapidly disap- r gas-
r "First impressions are oft dates luting. Mine of Miami was: The lack ofBhaJe pen, ; timber supply. On boiling
b s,' -: trees alonk your streets.If tour citizens would appreciate the drawing: under pressure and caustic soda lye, line. 150 oil heaters, marked low

y: feature of streets well lined with shade trees and wen kept lawns: filled with treltJnj with sulphuric acid, bleach- II I: 11 U:
flower and plants, bountiful nature would soon make a thing of beauty out IzJj1... [ h chloride of lime.anJ finally ,
,
and which would tend! to make Miami wa 'S. the green plant is converted -
of many spot which,are now an eyesore .;c i
more prosperous than might otherwise be the case. AH residents In a very white and solid pulp, Full line of Japanese han i painted ,Vases
r 'should be sufficiently Interested In the welfare of their hustling little city to w has proven very suitable for ,

dp'their'part by planting trees." pari baking purposes.. Cake Plates Salad D I ishes> etc.
.. A* Mr. Zacharlas has committed himself! others, no doubt have thought. ., ,
a The planting and culture of shade trees is a necessity contingent to the 1\e Rhone, near Be'legrade. dlsap-
? 'solidity and stability of Miami, and our citizens should awake to the emergency pelri fJb for a considerable distance in Call and Inspect the goods, no, trouble fo show them.
and plannt when the season and time is appropriate. a rranean gulf. The engineers
IIr 1 to change this Interesting ge gr I feature by darning the river
i' Empty the pocketbook,money' gone.
au inning! the water Into two
parallels
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I there In Miami el which will lead the steam
r How many unlicensed automobiles are
t'll" lea and a half to two power pen- J. W. Watson Itf

has adjourned until January 4, when it will resume s operation er stations. Here a fall of nearly ;' ;
'for a six month term, probably. feet will yield 155.000 horse
f"Congreu po;' r for 300 days in the year. The .
Abe Hummel, the notorious New York lawyer, goes to,prison Score co, I placed at $5.000,000. and this M MUBaJJsiW

one more for'William Travers Jerome. Ut! 0 the power Is estimated to be t.. K WW' SJLe
S eq9 l ent to working an Inexhansti-
Old Santa Claus didn't! do a thing to the children and peope: of ,Miami.
bit bed
f supplying 1.600,000 tons
He just showered the good thing upon them. That's what we get for being '--r.
a at SO or 60 cents per ton.'De !
t prosperous in a prosperous age. If I .

',The, Sioux City Journal call the attention! of the poet who deslrqp Modern oxyacetylene blowpipe
write about Insurance affairs that "Macs" can be made to rhyme with "ax." : nt tests, has yielded tempera Ton
-...hack.." las high as 7,000 F., Bon
Quite true also "facts, and :ax" and tax" ,and degrees. I
11' l (he oxyhydrogen flame gives onto .

,,- Secretary Root recommends the dismissal of about eighty American con- 4,500 degrees. A cubic me
gull who have been drawing salaries they never earned. What in the world 1"i'6;acetylene-was found! to .!develop

doe Secretary Root suppose a man want a consulship for, anyhow $7,000 British thermal units 1I
aga about 12,000 for a like quantity '

Mr. Lunar; of,Florida bears an honorable and distinguished name, but |tnjt! hydrogen. In Europe the oxyacefylene THE PLACE F O BUY L'

he ts no credit to!t. He seems to be a tool of Hearst, and that is as harsh blowpipe Is employed on a
a thing as can be said of any man. Nashville American. !faffej scale in welding and proves
verjr satisfactory and economical for

American, British, German, Japanese and, Austrian cruiser are gathering ..Ini knees, and for repairs of tank House Furnishings .
'at Shanghai, and the tramp of soldiers win be heard in the streets. art! boiler plates bicycle and motor
,John Chinaman must yield when the foreign veils marshal their forces, but c fames and much other work.
the time may"come when he win be less submissive.i .' I II
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.oilern theories deal,with variousk& The Stock
of Insurance legislation long Largest in
Congress might cease discussing the matter of corpuscles; but none seem :
enough to enact laws making it more difficult for national bank officers to tcL|i>fl more unTamll'ar' than those of .
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mince the'funds of banks which they control. There Is about as much 1.with; which we have been al- I t h. to select from. :I
danger to the public from this sort of business as there Is from Insurance ws surrounded. So little matter Is ;.

rascality. 311' oS: In odors that the balance : '
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A'Western man has married his son's divorce wife, and the Brook'yn exam1 ,,
Eagle cays; "He Is now father to his grandchildren, his wife Is grandmother PI In a century. A French physl- j [I Ir

i to her own children,the son Is his ex-wife's stepson, and If any property cf A. Baldlt, has found that theo ,
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questions arise from these changes the lawyers may become candidates br corpuscles affect the !'eakabe of .

., for the asjlum." dT (Icity from electrified bodies, and Comforts from . . !. $1.00 to $3.25 ;
i |p| poses to use this discovery for :
1- Is It :not about time the Record was publishing: some extracts showing s1 td lug the character of odors and 'White Quilts from..J. .75cto$4.50
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,that other Florida towns can build a city hall for fg.OOO and $10,000?' ,This part they play in p'anta.! In his I I
,was done a couple of months or so ago, when the old council proposed to eeCC a meats, performed In nnfavoraVe!
Issue bonds a'lotln; 120.QOO of the fmonnt to public building purposes. The wither, a rod of ;esln and an electroscope Blankets cotton, from. . ..$1.00 to $1.75
;.. new cound 1 now proposes the same amount In an ordinance almost Identical '
with the old, but-we had forgotten It's the new-council and.not the were enclosed In a glass Jar. Blankets. w\,,! from $3.50 to $8.50
ffei the admission of ,vanilla odors . . fi f.
old bonds now; that's the difference. I i
proposing
I >> bIT lessened the Ions of e'ectrle-! I I"I

-,r i from the charged rod. Lace Curtains from . . 75t to $6.50
Having acquired an enormous national debt Japan should now proceed ,
<. to organize some national banks for the purpose of paying interest on II I ,f
its bonds to the gentlemen who issue currency and draw another slice of ,. WILL BUILD NEW ROAD I I '
interest from the people who borrow money of the banks to pay the Interest
on the bonds held by the banks to'secure currency issued by the banks for in Boise City to Wlnnemucea.Nev. II
the purpose of loaning it at Interest to the people who want to borrow for r 210 Mile
the purpose of paying Interest on the,bonds- but ths! is becoming worse Table linens towels {land draperies,
than the "mystic maze" at Coney Island. : >Ise City, Idaho, December 26.-

Francisdaho I all qualities and at the t lowest .
The chairman of the New York Insurance Investigating Committee hopesto prices.
tare his,report ready by January 3. It is understood that it will recommend their annual meeting here this! afloon '
limitation fo the surpluses of Insurance companies. Three methods and will authorize a bond Is- i'I .
r ,of accomplishing such limitations have been seriously considered. "The de to the amount of $ OO.OOO, fore I
first ,it ,territorial restriction of a geographical limitation of the activities \\ purpose of building the first JI- II I
of Insurance.companies chartered by the State. There is a strong disposition !pi I of the road from Boise City to
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,to.cut off the so-cal'ed: foreign ,business, which some companies have > I nemucca. Xev. a distance of 210 ,
already.,ceased effort to extend and which: others maintain at a confessedly! "I.1 .
extravagant coat and at the expense of the domestic policy holders. Territor r: e contract la already let to the 0 r
8urdine
restrictions to certain :limits; even in the UnltM States, ha been discussed ,' Francisco. Idaho and Montana a Jdrterman
as a possibility. A second propositln is that there be a limitation placed blroad I Construction Company and i

' upon the,amount: of,new, business that may be written annually! and the ie actual work on the road will be- .
third. contemplates" a general legal restriction upon.the aggressive outstanding fn he first of next month. The Corn- 3 l

'" insurance that any company may carry.." The object is to prevent the ac- : I is an Idaho corporation, but the Proprietors of LE BON TON, 300 302 Twelfth Street,. :Miami.
cumulation of *nrp'uses and to reduce opportunities for.financial speculation'!'! col offices are tocatej in "sonnets. -
and IIncrupuloUIJug&III1C., II! ,

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I Washington Letter Chang In Harbor at Key West Range and Lights CHRISTMASNeckwear; -



x Key t Harbor Fla.. nort'hweItcacne .
,; Freta Our'Regular Cornspoodeat '
I"''jddle ground lightpage 196

after 1 (Ust of lights, Buoys and
Washington Dec. 2G. one of the b'g men in the Standard 'fi l .
Dayma :.! Seventh Lighthouse; Dstrict I

There has been a general shifting OJ Company. I .t page 40)) Located on' the

of p'.aces In.the State Department. The I southw iet'y sIde of the mIddle

TiJrd Assistant Secretary, HerbertH. | The War Department Is haTing all ground I Ithe northwest channel entrance -
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D. Pierce ,has been appointed j sorts of business these days. It b8.5I I I Key nest harbor. f !

I Abou ahusrr I, 1906. a fixed white i
Minister to Norway It was Intimated J rejected all the bids. for the Philippine ; I
railway system because none of them I II I lenl.la light! sill be estabbbed: -
,sD ttme: ago in these letter that
he would be. He will be succeededin I i I came within the provisions of the i ieppclicatlons. 13% feet e water, on the triangular i .

The trouble! with the I pyraml'i' wooden structure, hereto.
the department by Chas. Denby, son : asp It ma ters not how Christina Gifts
fore
I that wanted to / mark upper part covered many a man may
| bdJers was they construct -
of the recent1r late Minster-chief cleric, China.of the and department until :! fragments of the various lines +with 110 ilio( tal slats: upper part whIte 1'' ceivehe will always be expecting something

10* black.
and art
In snccessjpn! to Col. Michael, that I I they knew would be-paying from i The 11 very handsome in the way ofA
; 4roxlmate geographic posh
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the start and were perfectly willing
who was sent 10 Ca'cutta as Consul ito I leave the other sections to be finished -Ition,! ot 'e light as taken from chart .
General more to let him out of the department "
No. 41: "lor the rnlted States Coast
gracefully 'than for any desire I up at some future time as the country ,: I Ii ChristmJs
: and GeiueUc SUlTe .wm be .
to him. David Thompson.the developed. This did not altogether i : Latitude Tie.

former promote ambassador to Brazil, will meet the wishes of the War Department -.,north :21! |; ]I green 34 minutes (12 Inch-

though Governor Luke ;I cbes); gitude. west, 81 degrees, 50
the ambassador there i ,
to to Mexico as who Is In Washington, i! mInute ;| acd ,C Grlsconv who won con- Wright now
siderable Lloyd commendation as minister to I said that half a loaf was better than ; Kew J est lighthouse, se by e.. Irs disappoint him .

no bread and was rather In favor of ie", %1-% : illes; Sand Key lighthouse, s. ron't ,

Japan during the Russo-Japanese war, allowing the partial bids to stand. But by w., |;:1 w, 7 3-8 miles; NorthweitPassagcTlight
will be raised to.sin ambassadorshipand -
the Secretary of War has announced : house, n. w., IMS w, Weh Chris
succeed Thompson,In Brazil. The 64 ntle ive a beautiful line of :mas Neckwear in
that fresh bids will be advertised to ,,4 !

post)[r., Griscom.of minister, to stiH"open.Japan, : .hated The ap by be,opened January 30. !I i (L. I||B. Weekly N. to' W. No. 63;. every new shape and style that is correct. Many of the

pointment of.Mr. Denby in the State par 2,3: land No. 66, par 2399. silks! nd shapes are confined to us for this locality and
or er of the Board.
Then there has been more trouble By Lighthouse
Department la looked "upon .as the _over that perennially sore spot. the I 3. Hood, can't >e found elsewhere. The choice creations of the '
4 expected. Re had tad the widest posmtble -
canteen. The officials of the Lt. Con !-p. S. Inspector 7th L. R.Dis
army :
experience for Far Eastern politic l
themselves! trict
Wfcr Department profess
H of the Legation
was secretary
bi.Pek1nfor'eUI. was. afterwards deep'y grieved, but not In the least J I

surprised at the State of affairs disclosed .: HAVANA .
Shal : LEADINP.N.eCkWareMjak.
foreign advisor to Yuan ,
the In Fort I THROUGH SERVICE
Investigation
by
succeeded the .
Kal U Hung Chang as .
Sheridan, where It was shown that the JI
power In foreign affair at the eotn'tof 'h fib
tt worst eon of grog shops, dlres. and I Will Inaugurated Via Steamer '
the Empress Dowager wu understood t
when"Mr..- Denby was,made crooked gamltng Joints flourished an I Prln Arthur from New OrleansCHICAflC r .

i chief clerk some months ago that lie around the post It was said too, that. .

there.had been twenty-five homicidesIn Chicago ML, December 26.-Th<
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the but
would nor remain In position :
:'wanted''''to avail these places with the past year. All new tbi ugh I: service between Chicago is but to N
that Secretary Root Therq one place buy eebjear: and that is ala
of 'the officers In! the want'the and Jjutana which the minols Central
himself of Us experience as an Orien canteen re-established.army As prominent -I; Rahfoad has aranjed will be Inaugurated mai fs store. He'll be sure to like il his tie if it comes

talist as opportunity and would olrere.LThere promote Urn as soon a member of the W. C. T. TT. as i | today! At three o'clock from ere, as we have THE NEW SPRING LINES, :

Miss Phoebe Cousins said that It was I II I this afteatoon a train de .luxe. ompo-

Is talk that the Bureau of useless to blink at matters and It was i ed of ajb'uffet, a library, a dining car; "

ofCommerce' better to control the drinking of the ,a Pullman open section drawing< .
In the
Corporations Department a.
"and'Labor has about soldiers than to force then to drink room a 14lloblern.tlon j { steeping cars,
Just
j completed ax Investigation in to the out of the garrison. But the military i but noj| >rdlnary! coaches, will start W.

affairs of the Standard 011 Company, committees of the House and Senate",from hr|, R. RHODES
It win| rriv at the wharf In New
which will: end In the trial of that noted !have not the moral courage to replacethe .
canteen. So vice of'the worst : Orleans'ktj exactly the same time tomorrow
or notorlns corporation for a combination
In restraint.of trade. It Is!,I sort will. be allowed to ourish! around ,. ''! fternoon. In order to make :

'! quite Impossible that the Investigation i I all of the army posts because! a few,!tbs! fa4JTin| only a few stops wl'l be 322 Twelfth Street

is -under. ".i. The Commissioner of 1 1Co'poratlou I.good but mistaken women can not un I made.! |rarj the second stage of the J '
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derstand that "single men in barracks :Journey t&e: f'lectrlc.lIghted.t1l"ln screw Youths
would naturally like to
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i Outfitter
to Men
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nlnetee ucnot ocean liner Prince Arthur Boys
bare a, look: Into the affairs .of the ,don't grow Into p'.aster saints"The ,

treat oil company. But It Is doubtful |)hen chan red. An hour after -

Rockefeller ts losing sleep I sanest! thing that has happen, hal arrival of the train the steamer -
If,Mr.:, any L I I. ,
over tt., ,It Is unUke',." that the caw I nl' in the War Department for sometime : filart and win! arrive In Ha- .
the order that all cadets :\"Bna o F idav morning at sunrise.! I ,
"ever Is general
win come to trial and If It Joes .

". i still more unlikely that'a convic at West Point! shall attend a cookIng -I The Pre...' ] Arthur has accomodatlons Cooley & I The MinneapolisMrs.

tlon.-11"111 be secured. In the case of school. Now as a matter of fact :for 183 Irit class passengers lower; Hfjrnei' I E. A. Russell |c BARGAINGrapefruitTrees

the, Tatter Improbability there 1* so the most of the cadets learn to handlea cabIn! land aso teenage: passen-i II
I I t New House, New Fnrnltnre--Open
dish! while they are at theacademy :
will be chafing
the sentence !
danger that, anymore gers.The I
i Basiaest for the season. Board by the day
Bargains ia Property or
when there Havana
severe than It was in the case' and in the days tjufn': trip beg'ns on
\ week. Cuisine i
Northern !| .
of.t1Ie'beef trust men who were fined was any frontier service worth mentioning Saturd |!J j at four o'clock and for,this wek d N seep at Ojo. 4000 tra**. |T<....

$2,000 without a Jail, sentence. Of they learned from force of will be >mpleted hers on the fol'ow- f 227 7th Street Miami, F'.a. I healthy FIt ioc. Gnat U enemy McriOc. WereMltiar.'at for

coarse a fine would be a great hardship I'necessity to hand'e a frying pan soon Ing Tu Jay. A one business Jot on Ave. D, neat cath.. Call at ay of Sc.

to*Mr. Rockefeller'and, Mr. Rogers.A after they got out of It. But the War Miami River,.50x1(0. price $2000. Notice of Annual MsstlnpThe

fine of $%5.\)00'\ 'would be almost aa i i Departmenthtnks they would-be In DOWA EMPRESS Business corner on ,ire. >, nostril C. J. Rose AdmrC. ':

smnch to either of them 1.1. a fine of 25 : better shape.to look after the enlistedmen f -
HONORS ARTIST I ly located. 'Ox1d
cooksso I' price $l .000. annual meeting or the stockholders E. Dflvte Caute
cents would be.to' the'.a'erqe, : If they'were practical
pros I .Business block, central y located of the Fort Dallas National '
citizen. But the wildest flightof I cooking as well as dancing Is to be I'S'
perous made be West Point cur- Gives $ For Pa I ntI leased for C years, a good Investment : Bank will be held at the office to the -
could not picture anything a'part.oft:
Imagination J lug Portrait Price only 96009.! ,. city of Miami, Florida on the t A day
than a fine happening to riculum.
worse I
--- -- A fine business corner OslO with of January 1906 at 3:30 In the/,afternoon
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-CHRISTMAS, WITH OPEN, AMATEUR BOXINGTOURNAMENT New ffprk. December 26.-Hubert ally back onAT*.' D, within two for the election of directors and TELEPHONESEVERYWHERE

THE FLAGLER PARTY BEGINS Vos th&j (portrait painter, who hal I blocks of the heart of the city. PrIce officers for the ensuing year, and. for = : '

Just relined from China, where be 14000. ''i the transaction of such other businessaa
I before the meeting. Your Doctor
How It Was Celebrate at Pence de i Many Cracks Outside ProfessionalClass went al h i summons of the Empress A choice business block in the ym may come Your Lawyer '.

'Leon Yesterday. ? ;f I Will Clash Dowar.\;\: o paint her portrait, has heart of'th city (II undo, tease ai_ George R. Gompb Your f radpoDl
; .- Cuh1er.I Have b..m '
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not on received $100.000 for the $200 per noatb. piles* oaly tW.000. All

-Mr. and Mrs;,H. -M. Plag'er enjoyed Chicago, HU December 26.-The masterfp tinting, but was also made A solid atone business, block on Utt I IT PAYS THEM

Christmas 'in the Ancient City lathe a Knlg mmander of the Double street, centrally located price I $16.000. Wanted-The use of a single!. surrey IT WILL PAY YOUOur
amateur tournament under \
boxing
good old fashioned way. with relatives open Dragon Vtd a Mandarin of the Empire Present tenant will lease fo F r 10 yean Jjlst.: *,;:: -- !s portion ofj each

and friends as guests at the the auspices of the New H'lnoU of theseeomd lea... at $1300 per rear week for several months Address P. city rat..are lowPrt.a

Athletic Club will this evening! He was. tlso appointed Royal Painter I O. Box. 4, ),Miami stating price.'I .
Ponce deLeoB.- open Fine block on Ave. D of O ree stOlftbetwt'E'n' .B..I_ ,,-". ...rt"1,"'&
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HiieChIne ?
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A magnificent! Christmas tree was I at the Coliseum. of lIe Court and, as a tenth and eleven streets,, l ....p--'a. Put u.. 'I1I&rt 11""" ",

erected In the center of the, rotunda The tournament which will last special : favor was given pel'mlll610n1totlnt. good tenants pays good Interest OB Tickets and reserved seats for the

and fairly; crowded with varicolored I'three nights, Is attracting considerable for himself. a picture the investment Price $50* A snap Conservatory Faculty Concert before MIAMI Tel PttONe &

Incandescent bub The tree was, of which she had fram.I the! State Educational Asuodatlon.wlll TELEGRAPH CO.
and'reared to the height I I i;attention! and promises.to be very interesting While the !I A business block on ATS. D. two
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spruce pine I painting pic- beo blamable at the Blscajne jJDruJ
I I sore rooms, pays ass per i oath and 32 H I2th8t_ Miami. Florida
"of 30 fe t.- Electricians had been busy :i as thtitf are quite a number i iI | 1 Empress she had hung In 'can be bought for $5500. Co., on and after Wednesday,! Dee 6>..U. lR &$Eu.. Pn.

tor several day s"'entwining the wires i I I of promising entries from a'l parts of i! front ot|Iti| I studio In Peking twelve I I: 'th. |
Solid brick and block ,
toile business
and fastening for bu'.b., of which ;:the state. At contestants must be! beautlfiBjj Chinese lanterns, on one ,

,js.there -weie't.soo', of three-cand" pow. !amateurs: and must have credentials j;:sUe of P i) l Ith was written the artist's on Are b, that para UOOO per year
I can be bought for 130.000, a good
.. ere' from the Amateur Athletic TJn'on. Hump. other 'The Great !

The west.wing 'of,the grand dining : All contestants must be icembenTof ''Painter Hte the East, Who Has ,thing for1rv1I to look up. Magnolia I Grocery Co;
A solid stone and brick bUllnHII
room was used bY.Yr, and Mrs. Flag- :, Fame accredited amateur, club. I,Come the Empress Dowager's '
I block near Nth street, prl UO.OOO
leg and party. Over: the table the Chief of Police Collins bas given Portral rhe Inscriptions were In .. II. Wh ARTON. Manager
I This Is a first class Invee entA I'
a ciandeller"was .wreathed,, with garlands' permlsion for the holding of the .boxIng ChIne I c ract..ra. The lanterns i .
: choice baeness! corner n ATe. D ,
,of green paper and large crim- matches notwithstanding the were i ted to the artist.
and nInth street, I. one bu dre4 feet
son bens were-suspended from the effort which bad been made from cer-" pise ::
I square. This 11 a fine ro '
chandelier. .'Potted plants were artistically tain quarters, to prevent the tournament DID besought ,
NOlp ARRYJMUST FOOT BILL
arty for the money, can for t :
arranged' around the room II I rI64a6 .
55500. Let 111 show 1011 th1s. 'mnneri
mating as pretty a" eas'Clau Santa i, One of the spedaMy. arranged features Novel Dinner Given by The International -, A choice bub.ea lot .Au. D.

bas ever gated upon., : win be a match between Fred. I Nine i "t i
rented for 11200 can be
per y
The Christmas'party .was composed Oolmore and Ben his WlImE I
i I Ltnstedt. conqueror '
Del. i
n. December 26.-
bought for 110.000. This of the iJ
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of Kr.and Mrs H. M. PlaglerJtr.1 In a recent battle. The annual dinner of the International '
I belt InTeltmeat& of tMI '
and Mrs. Wm. R. Kenan.. Jr. Mrs. |!i very 1' In preparingyour Christmas Dinner be sure that
'Neat; 1o ganlzation of young men. I very best b .iueas :..:. uu .. t for .
Win. R.. Keuan. Sr,, Ir.. 'r-1'r-:" -: :--- f !:I :.n ,:,"t : voni ..u""J.' a.-, i("'>tjl> diJ :.. n. If ante* "' *V* .,'? *-
+I' Jt r .*_;.v. Lrh 'a !.1c. ...
mother; Mrs. Wise and daughter.I until they have a quarrel. Then the thii ; g at the Clayton House I A good boarding house On Ave. D F..ct:. ': Ii-ra you aWe e sure u: both'll2.....::...GIBS.

VJss Louise Miss Sarah Kenan. Miss men have to step In to settle It aDd 'f t >. !
Horick of the
one memPf for $3000. 11 a rood thine.
Hannah BowlH'and Mme. Blanche, !j
ben y for the spread.. I A business' Int O'l we, 1', 25x60 f:
governess for Miss Louise Wife I B-auty Is only skin deep, but the av
I En car one of the nine members 1500 terms.
on
easy Special Saleof
The party also enjoyed their Christmas -I erase, man doesnt carry X-rays In Ills I. lot I are having a
Qlen by to get married Now If you don't lee Just what you
dinner .(the Ponce de Leon, :head.
'within year. If be !bt'tJ1d.bf tIt ('; are looking for come cd u' u-ill stow
,,,Tb. Christmas tree was laical P.h'i I!t
.get dos becomes his r. 11.
to
I duty you "yer'Iot' rite I"t" -:-
': ',? presents and .the distribution ((took I Wtomen admire strength In Christmas candies assorted nuts
; men pay for annual dinner. Last year I mc=:"er that Miami I. !In easing 111 ) jellies, jams,

place yesterday- between. 12:SO and 1 ,,cot cf treaOu fimtrk cbse.tl end as he falcd :.I. mu"Cw: :,..:.u ths:. ."r fisins. currants. citron oranges apples figs dates
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The world may owe every man a, pay. Loathe dinner, since the club City will haTe a populatto or 5.\IW''
Some people' aim In lit* b all right living, but tt took
a change of Venue fortnbecome > of
was one the
< members bat I. 1'15. 'f thInk of Investing
bJrt c. :!: Jyj w'-rr. t., ... ..a [Tied. nra ft .sa'Irt Eo, .you r" ," A.pn" D and C ,, ..,..,..

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13OO AVENUE D I fr THE UNDERTAKER

RESIDENCE'. 7th STREET PHONE 26 |
(makes. of BicyclesThe 413 12 SfRElT

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b. THREE LAUNCHES FOR SALE ft k

( lersollalll ew fti ) One good covered family launch. Send us Your Orders for r

One open fishing| launch. rl

I III One auxiliary launch, suitable lot Sodas
: Miss Lena Orrell. of Hallandale- Ja. S. Hopkin4 Meiroee FlA.. fishing and cruising] r Ginger
:spending the holidays at White stopping at th; utler. All
Clt;. at'big sacrifice prices. I Ale andSeltzer SECURE TH= RT.
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Apply to 0. H. ,Snyder at Miami
bicycles and other I Ii WiJ-McLane wl been Tery J1l Fish Company 'dock. within reach'wlsa ahost ..
goods are the best stan- i Mr. Robert Bell and daughter, of at his home on nth.1! reef, II IIIptIy Water Better have c.* or tn good nms4s_

dard goods on the market'Hartford I,heellngAttYa. are late arrivals rej- improved It 1 : than!a doten of Interior vaBt7.
Utered at the March Villa.FurnUhed 1I WHY WILL YOU DECEIVE .
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Havana
I tobacco may lie high JIdeIe-
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and; other Tires For Rent NIClt' urDllhe.1 apart- YOURSELF but 'that doe not prtvwt Ml ri

Coaster Brakes fitted to old rooms 121 Tenth St. menta for houskeeptfi .No children' d .__ Nothing more healthy our customers tU tiosJTssgI

wheels. All work guaranteedBest wanted. 522 W\ a eel Maybe it is your ::nature to be gut and invIgorating I >il> -
Nothing nicer or more appreciated 1 Ible. Maybe. It Is because yon do not pure sodas. Our syrups HAVANA FILLER FOR I CENTS
new wheels for: rent for a Xmas rift than a nice box of Hr and Mrs E. -1 Burr of Arch think:' about the reason why. Maybe I are pure and our The 1 Norms Martina matssi a D...

fine canJy. At Seybold's Candy Store. Creek. are the gu'lt1 or the holday.at : (I you have been told so many times I bottle new and clean. good! smoke having the ton arms CI&
231 12th Street Blue Front a Mr and Ilrl. Q i B1"06sl'r on that Uncle Henry its:: a robber and Mail order will receive the bert leaf.
Ml. ** Lillian Ferris Is stopping at the 9th street.Brosaler. II charges excessive freight and yon'believe I prompt attention

March Villa daring the teachers' association that the I V
is reason why. HAYES
(Carroll) & 'ClarkBurkhart convention. wants q II!11r your property You complain that there is no way I I p
THE CIGAR
yon can rid yourself of those. exorbitant MAN
1. Tbere was a large number of Danla In Helen )I. lees' m and daughter prices. Acme Bottling OPPOSITE)I I. HOTEL BISCATNB-

citizens on the train this morning cornIng Mrs Adelaide Is tb of 1atnesMille Dou you want relief and you take:
to Miami to take in the circus. 0.. who hay 1i en stopping at interested advice T Works ,
the Unneapolls, h sae gone to Palm! 6tk SncU Rat of Ice Factory Once rooms for rent la the Metropolis In
We want to tell yon a. w things:
Seeing Miami by automobile Lot!. Beach and from th re they will go to .,. I I bulliCng.Miami .
[ LOCK AND GUNSMITH I Two years ago when we p' first I
ton A Einlg. opposite .. bar before
post ce Daytona ng home ,
re',, stock of hardware In the'e-r>n *'nrr 11- ---- -
an up-to-date car for hire.Mrs. ,:
Expert Repairing '
I !nails had been telling 'v t"t"1\!\ t,*, I _
( Anne C between 12th and 13th St. BROSSIER mea gs REAL ESTATE. keg and they cost the .1-'''.r >... -hr
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Herrlckof Grand Raplds.Mlch.. I
they do now.VTe urir E
per "r n
a sister of Mrs. S. B. Bliss, Is regis- I The _chldren orj'ih+ South )I. .... U
$3 and made a b'g pr v >* i ''hi'E I
tered at the March. VlIIa I Church Sunday schoal ill enjoy their \price has gone down ...'b, *.. ire ...i ny a
The Oaks entertainment at nJ.c arch Tbarsdaafterooon ...
,Ing now at t.iO.t:! >- +w' rbe eiij .rI .rI
The finest assortment of candles ) at bait ph. two o'clock. A I Il i (
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;; I to the dealer has got -MIivi D-r
ever displayed here at SeyboM's: Candy j tftsh pond on the lawn will folow thl! i Florida
I Store. :now cost f. o. b. Miami! !, by'/;' "ar
program. t I ,
Comer ,I3th Street load first price, $2.45 per keg. fb, l
( profit! is.still 25 cents per keg. Did ,
and Avenue B Miss Etta L. Matthews and mother. Two nIcely farm he 'rooms. Can I ,
the Benner line the'
cause price to
Mrs. H.. M. .Newman of New Rampshire ret board opposite.tlD J :08 9th !Se !It. Abe
lowered Non>o did n! We
I arrlTCd.Sunday night In Miami I Come In your automobile' you can drive for hundreds of miles over tile
;Fa .tt oyal Palm Park dId it, long before the Benner line
and are the guests of Mrs. E.L.Wbtton U'
Mr. and Mrl. C. arlhslde gave I thought of coming In. Who made it I smooth paved roads one stretch from Cutler' to Palm Beach a distance
9th street
Open Dec., 1st their tree little ciJI 1 I
en a crand
.possible hardware in Miami of !
TO buy at nearly one hundred mile andmost) of the way you an la
Christmas 11Irht'at'
tree
oDtfuPday city prices. We have! Our pbel1'el |11 i
li ,B.,MncGriff Prop.I For Sale -At a bargain one ri o- theIr home on ATen B There were loaded view of the beautiful Biscayne Bay Comi 'In your yacht Her the
are with of them
goods some
I
bon case two revolving; cloak all d jj
skirt ra-kI. cntters.'W. also guests ladled fate present sea d. lower than the same thing can be fishing' 'Is unexcelled You can select. your variety from the tiny pan
six.roU paper
share joys I
the 1I'1th ;
M. Sardine.y ,them. I II bought for In New York. Bow do we fish to the great tarpon the gamiest flshjthat swims. Many of our vial .
_II do it? We buy right and sell right I.
: Mise Julia rendered tbe was don't need the1' of tore captured from five hundred to a thousand pounds of fish In a ulna
I Mrs.W.E.: March sorted a snmpt- Tallant': I excuse high !
MOFFAp lUous' dinner yesterday to fifty visitor beautiful vocit i solo' e Birthday of i freights and let us tell yon a secret ,gle day .last winter. You can chart er or;; hire. touring' cars the....* .

who registered- at the March veta.Kl' > a KlDe" at the P1 cb laD church! We get over half of our stock by rail way. Miami it the sportman's paradise and yachtman's headquarUra

: Luncfir fi and Mrs. Guild. Smith ,were also Sunday morning fn hey wu impressive i road and pay the same freight everyone ho.J
Dairy ;; 'guests "dinner. ', and highly Plea lnlf* e. 1U..TaJl..1. does. We don't,1I'aDt,, to get rich Many capitalist own beautiful here and berth their yachts

ferro has a superb.mtZ soprano voIceaud this year. We want a fair profit and here during the summer. We have a variety of property bordering on
'
-\ DROSSIER will collect rtnt*. h. great ::'i f expression: we want to give fair dealing. the
your U'tli bay with Riparian Right' for sale jj j We have apartment furnished
verything new. Including o Our advice is for you to trade withy "
Mr. 8 Wright,sang at the I evening We hn at a ;)& :!+mti mae MIAMI HA8DWARE COMPANYWe and unfurnished furnished hou see to" 'let for the ...1On. Her l.

buildtn'm; ldng'l1be devotion- at the Baptist church Sun- hunts with rlparlani 3'tea BeckWu. Want Your Money a very desirable" winter home for sale' within; five mile of Miami

and neatest'din.room' day, "Beyond the Gates of|Paradise" Ion I: Huddeston.] it 1: i. !I t East of Court Houe Fla, on- a good hard paved road. This property overlook the -bay-- ..
which 1J
was wen rendered and enjoyedby
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.the ; tie"large.congrezation.Dont : .. \' and the AOantlo. Ocean. Riparian rights go with the rtrf.o.: 1
in
city;
RED GROSS PHARMACY this Is '
for a property an elegant winter homes, containing fourteen room
give I 1 .I
f renter pillow I |j
AN IDEAL PLACE : when $1 will pay for a sponge pillow, RELIABLE I PRESCRIPTIONSReliable I with all modern convanienceL'Stl' anta quarters* and barn upstate s

FOR LADIES which li better. "II This property belonged to the 'late Dr. Carman of New York and tt to f
predcrlpjjlOn i reliably filled la a phrase containing "If." "and"and
f f "but" of of be sold to settle. up the estate. f Price $10,00000
I G. Booth th11 policy our prescription department Whateveryour
Mrs. W. of New Jersey.sang i I, !!
>t Connected with a saloon, at'the morning service: of the doctor orde ijfc ci t you that you win get It his prescrittlon Is plac: :

I i ,Baptist church Sunday a beautiful ed" In oar han's. ;othIng win be missing, naught will bet substituted .
Buttermilk every day at ;Christmas solo.Mrs. Booth has a for some dreg or he: aical we have not In stock. Spite of our accuracy i

5c: a glass. Light refreshments I rich and powerful voice and one of and care'we do d4 :harge excessively. Ask your, friends and neigh! We have such f

served. dur, 'I high range. bors about our 'Vo.N {of putting up preCrlptlou1'er'thlng else In many properties r. both Improved and unimproved .

i ing all l hours.. the drug line-" t >RRY HUYLERS CANDIES in very desirable locations.II If you desire any Information I

Position wanted as cook. .Theo a regarding this communicate with
cffnjj country, us. We
CORNER AVE. TWELFTH STREET : : MIAMI FLORIDA i '
1 door east of Avenue D on 13th 'I
dora Veerailopnlos. corner Avenue D have
eet' Front Building. MainvFla.. '' _L. I; property along the Florida Keys, the route of the new
,and Fourth street. '
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j conic railway of the world at prices! and terms to suit.
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Uptown Office 2I4 Avenue D .

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225 Twelfth Street

Assortmenl=of k N : l Names Burned Free Franklin Colema'nBus I, Director. j

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fBibles European trained faculty. An artist m charge of each depart \
: I., 6 in all Leather Goods ment. Piano. Pipe Organ olin. Mandolin, Elocu- ;,
and Testaments : 1i tiou. Physical Culture. French. German -aSpiu Safi. Harmony
and History of Music Classes. Bat ow s Kindergarten
Primary :Music Classes. :: :, :|{i Send for catalogue.

Diplomas Granted Upon Graduation.



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-lit IAM' MCTROPOU TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21 1905I .
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I Tiia I' app Avocado Pear I

; The Metro lls desires to thank Mr.Geo. I )
B. a; ll n for a. tine specimen of '

( Town TopiGS the Tral'ocaJo Pear. This Is ,I W. Ivl. BURDINE
the later a let) of this fruit now In

cuItvatt The Trapp Is of a rich
gl e"n ('0' eary: round In shape.with
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an avera eight of one and one.half
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Win Owing-:--Spoiled to the Plsisure high winds-'-.and.. inclement 1 I'IT hsy The Preferred*.veral negro to' Work.men employed the by r tends variety pounds fro.b fi1i11 t't'n la tober marketing sold to on January.the season Americanmarkets. ex'I I I We call special attention to our boiutiful iine of .

Works In
there lie Board: of ubllc
was
weather yesterday very
i
( ji frequently
ring brought
little doing; in the way of water pleas:(street: cleaning epartment, and under '
area though a number of water parties charge; of StreejiGodnian Superintendent J. D. at retalic.i dollar. each'. Extensive I IorchArds"
: put in ''a full day's worK yes f the Trapp Avocado are
: tad been planned to tbearlaus nearby pl5nle
being In Southern Dade county Christmas
resort! Some few ,In the !mor 'rrrday' ai'.lvnich it had bern decided wiso PicturesThe
I and : and climate: so well adpt ;
substantial 'and protected boats ventured ; to give them a holiday. The men -
ed to itS;ae 'opment this industry Is
pat and enjoyed rides on both said they had rather work and earn a ,
.soon to 1 ft me a source of large prof.
the bay ana rtver. i day's pay than remain idle and lose It. '
'Its to thi'fruit grower: of this section. I Ii
If all negroes were of this kind there
i If I The man and who know and love and
good whose
WantedA: partner with $1,000 for would be more of thenDemptoyed than womap pictures experience has been
si business that pays good returns. F. j there are now. I Br "lf Manta to list your property largely gained throu h the exclusive art stores are likely t.o be skeptical when It Is suggested ;

C. Brossler A SoD 1200:! 1.% AvenueD that a really good picture may be bought cheap. Yet!good -{'
or 214 Avenue D. I Malaga grapes apples bananas,;1 [BILL FOR DIVORCE pictures, nicely framed, may be bought at our Xmas Sale for 50(J 10 $15- ";

x (oranges grapefruit and fancy candles I ; any price trom. . . . . . . . . '.' .'
In the (fret It Court of the Seventh Jn- .
Keller
Jar Anna Ross public itenognphr. at l+ : & Lasseter Grocery Co.,1314
I -.. at:F. C. Brossler t Son I Avenue D. I diciatfCircult of Florida, la and for! ; w
Dade|icointr-In Chancery.
UOO 1.% Avenue D. corner 12th it. !
j We hare one of the best chances Laura 1! j panders. Complamant, vs.I Xmas Umbrellas Xmas Leather Goods
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After' New Yacht for Investment ,in Miami real estate. WllUim H. Xanders. Defendant-Bill t !([

Captain ,Tony Canoga? Royal Palm 'something! which will pay 25 per cent To for WU D! lint force.H. Xanders. defeu.tantthe. In Umbrelias-sqmethlng we all hate You Can rest assured that a pretty- :
this. F. C. Brosiler ft
New York Invest'gate
has to
Doctmaster gone I
above to buy under ordinary circumstances leather bag will be appreciatedgift
for. the purpose of bringing to this Son 1200:! 1.% Avenue D or C. C. Carroll foregoing styled cause: an
port a large new,power,yacht for the 214 Avenue.D.I It -appea4ing from the affidavit ofLaura but these that[we are offering are so :[,While you have been: making
f run"between this'city and the:Soldier Kj%anders. complainant in the lowly priced Ipat everyone should up your,mind what to buy.1 let this
Key retort, and which it Is, said win I Mrs.Bow gave a concert for her kindergarten above tfltljtled cause, that yon are ftnonresident take advantage of the sale and be- hint be decisive-These leather bags :

take, the place of the"!Louise,. to betransferred musical class last Friday of the'Stat. of Florida, sides umbrellas make fine presents are fRICED EXTREMELY LOW
I and tiitJyW whereabouts, residenceand +
to the engineering department evening at her home to which tbe"par-
of the F..&.. C. Railway extension J ents were Invited. The program was a poitoftlce> addreee are to complain-: I "' .'.
operations.BRO$81ER !delightful! surprise to the guests. ant unfcaojm. I 1! :
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There were songs and ezerc'.ses.Chrlst-! Therefore, under .and pursuant to Xmas Handkerchiefs Xmas 1 '
the laud tit the State of Florida It U Slippers
will collect your rent*. mas stories: and stories of the lives :
of several olden time musicians and hereby?ordered that you are hereby :

"''nree elegantly ,furnished rooms pit cures. The refreshments were'de- required 1 to I appear to the bill cuedagain While our handkerchief department You'may have a thousand suggestJ. .
mltable: for light housekeeping. J. !Melons cookies in the shape of notes |you la the above cause on the Is overflowing with pretty and dainty dons| relative to gifts but what is .

R.>;Tatnm'4 C Co. i grape of the Juice.staff and The letters entire,program served with was being first ifonday"toe' Sta: day la February,thereof AD.the. same 1105, styles we will make prices very low better: than a pair of nice slippers? '.'

Tor rent Modern apartmentsJur- well carried out and the occasion: proved and a MM Jay thereof. i I'
It'.. further ordered that this I order
cubed or unfurnished In the new Fin- a most pleasant one to all. I
be published In the Miami! Metropolis

'any Vy Mock.real estate Apply dealer on .premises_ or to BROSSIER means Safe Investments a newlpa,er pnhUshed In the city of Xmas Furnishings for Men I Xmas Sofa. Pillows

MiamI!|Dade* County, Florida, once .

One of them 'pleasant parties Wanted To rest, a single surrey each U week'further for eight ordered consecutive that weeksIt of Men's silk suspenders, Ascot neckNothing beautifies a home morethan" .

Chat were on the water yesterday.went (without horse for a portion of each this itfer{ be posted at,the copy Court ties, fourInand ties combination : a pretty collection of sofa pil :
out on'tbe Trteie, Mr. B. H. Haley's week for several' months. AddressP. '
Houseo|>r In the County of Dade sets suspenders. garters silk hose. low Come and see our I large as i
launch. A,short was O. Box 4. KlamLWhy
elegant new r run Don r It ordered pursuant to law All of whicH make a useful gift. sortment; nothing prettier than these :.
made up the Miami river, after whichaereral
at Mllmljdijr Florida Dade County tale !:
hours sail out"Into the bay not give all your orders for ,I --
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:7th of November A. D. 1905. .
-was enjoyed. Dainty refreshments mackerel klnkflsh' and oysters to the A. K.; DEARBORN In addition tb the articles printed here, there are hundreds of other items in our
by the skillful band of Mrs. order boy from the Miami Market and I .
prepared
Clerk Circuit Court. great holiday stolk.Ve sell what you want, not what you don't want. People'sre
"W. A. Shepherd were served and anon save one order boy and one bill to i
(CLCKSealworley By J. L. Pherigo, D. C. differ and t'e have a variety of gifts'suitable for everyone.W. .
board were a unIt in pronouncing bother with. We guarantee u good Q. .U ,. .
Ira, red leter"ay in their calendar j quality and service anyone and we sJ.rc -
of Christmas pleasures. The party I are in the center of town. A.. B. Doane i :dor for ComplainantWELLS M. BURDIlfjE 315-318 TWELFTH] STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDAREMEMBER :

composed of Mr.and Mrs. B. H. '7
was j -- -- --
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Haley and daughter :Mil's Annie Haley,! II T -

),,11'. and Mr*. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. i I' .
Fred Odenbach. of Rochester, N. Y.:!i & GRAVES I a March Villa218Thirteenth March Villa
Mr. ant Mrs. E. L. Eaton. Mrs. H.I I' .

'VjThorne. New.York City:.Miss: Marie j Are prepared to e; I St.;;, 117 9th St. (

Stephens, of Atlanta; )lr, Jas. Jen1i orders in thciMillinery jte OPPOSITE ROYAL PALM PARK ON BISCAYNE BAY
qrA
Ig"and Mr. Jones, of Miami i
... DepartmentDesigners Open October 15th I jj Open December 1st .

several good: furnished houses HOTEL SERVICE
tor rent.for the season. J. H. Tatnra oj
of the latest Flt trie hatsin .
Co, real estate'agents'. silk. dark straW'. lightweight Distilled water for Drinking, ,MRS. W, E. )MARCH p

Fartbed rooms, fort rant. pin .ltgbtbouackeepag I j mater nr !: PJ.p

at'2V* SeJI' nreet
.1 Ladies Tailoring Department :

We 17 taxes eowect rents.and In- The Rutherford
sure property: for nonresidents Wo For,street: carriage and evening costumes,
-are responsible Beck;.:'Wilson ft waists, tailor gowns "n coats .. yN
I I 223 9th Street 4

"HadSeston."i ,. 232 Twelfth StreetMiamiI ]
a 'CaQlojg cards.' 'handsomely' prtatwJ U Now Open for BoardersMRS.

u'the Metropolis' ones I ...: I ,

V. A. RUTHERFORD MRS. LEOLA TATUMTHE1GAUTIER '
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1f Your wordrob* U not
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complete without a Tnxedo or toll
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t dress suit Delay ale 'dangerous Cor.kv ... C; .... Rtat" Str* t
"' code to headuarters smart tailor
1)e Wt6y 'eA11 n Qtt ing. Salts $40 to $ fOr I Light and airy Rooms Polite, prompt Service

it itm SEWELLSTAILARINQ ESTABUSHJIENT I Mrs T. N. Feaster, Prop..

3 [:336:: Twelfth Street, |lscayno: Block ,


ana a J 3ctpp Qttl>> eat .7 \i I ; t ti i Mark's Oyster" & Chop. House:


"!!%1, ::.,. i Miami Steam I Sea FopdOur|| Specialty!

.: :$' | Oysters bj.plate, quart or Raton.I
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t. Laundry Ideate erred at all hour. 410 12th Street, Miami, F"1f1d;

Do all you can to mike everybody happy Chris.as. It !is: your I -

: :duty and if you do all you can for the happiness of Ot ers, it will be I .;;;;.;;.... .... .__ _.. . .

Corner Avenue B ail fltX Street
the happiest Christmas you ever spent. Try it. ( A1 stock of toys, Makes a Sp< clalty of THE ,

dolls and useful holiday Fresents is Very complete invite you to G. A. MULL R.& SON Prtfrktert

'. come and see them. The prices are so reasons e that you need Cleaning i

,not forget any loved one or friends. We have a big :k of fireworks Dyeng.I, I!: SANE'S''


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I I n* I' Special pr w..k to CemmtrcltlMrs.
I I L .... f.&twe LUlP1.E COOMS I
rust rem
received In the morning I restate., !fw MI..c, fIIrYI.
The Racket Store
i will. be (jellvered the .....8a. .......... .. .L

same evening. A trial orderwill
u rYY.
make you (a permanent

Gusto er.MiamiSteajnaundry. E A. McLend hl
Ii: CHAILLE .
H. & SO I '

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fII.. -____----. THE.DAILY I METROPOLIS .TUESDAY, DECEMtER 2t 1905. axes
salsas
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SEETHE they would have an opportunity to escape .. .,.
before the officers could be aroused I. MEAN GIRLS.

Conceit aDd the chance of Dick Davis
HerScholar get- .
5 and 10c I oa- .r.. aeww, ,... weraatYna.
'. tins the reward would be lost since the W__ tr.. :s..& ... .
arrest would be mad. In another state.Al ,
."hp It Is a mean pride whka o peat
StoreFOR II at one an Idea flashed through ',

riety Auditorium Friday Eve., Disc. 29 '05 her brain and she gave the wheel a says many to girls Itself have"should today-th Ute SOD prld pocket that
twist The
ay ANNA WEalUNCCbpifflflM men were quick to antic.the '
:money and perhaps I eaa sari It
CHRISTMAS TOYS For State Educational Association by maneuver, and the leader was at without anybody knowing It"

JAPANESE GOODS ETC was.by p. C. Eortmuit her aide la an Instant Without anybody knowing ar

Franklin Coleman But>b,. ... ... .... . .,fr ..Violinist "If you're turning round" he declared doing work! What Is there you.. a**
We o&adle small article for dining Miss Julia :TaliaferroMr. . .... .... .. .. . .. .Vocal "you're going to run right straight ashamed of in doing work)
Millie sat on the edge of the dock "
Loom Franklin Bush. ... ... . : anc Into unity.
and kitchen In wooden tinand Coleman .. Pianist Only bad work Is to b* mad a aev
looked the road. Far "
granite ware. Also towels, mat. Mrs. Eugene B. Rornfh.... .. . .... ... ... \ccompanistMusic running up: between green up the field dosline ;i did 1 not gathered expect from friends your to talk meet that yon yon at I cret: of; only bad work to be alddaa a*

tarts,;, blankets and comforts. Don't ; THE iM tolling wagon spoke of passengers foi the landing pter," she laughed. "As : If It were a sin. but at ortanatsty.ta*
bad work Is told of far aDd wide aaaT
the ferry, and she herself ]
miss seeing our 5 cent and 10 cent swung light; long U fOG Insist upon being taken
Into the launch and busied herself wlti I spoken of U the way women work
'Counters. loaded with metal and oratmental -, across I was heading for a point lower
Miami Conservatory cf starting the motor, It Is a mean kind of pride that saaaaa
down. There Is a small station there '
articles It was hard work for a girl but something a 'girl ask. "Cant you tell aw some
where
you can take your train If you
It.
bad to be done and the Mile M work that I can do at borne anal that
I Admission one dollar. Seats reserved.lrFe: at Biscayne was her only resource. It had beci want one. no one will know about- 'l'Iae gM

total.& Tompkins Doug Company on and after Wednesday December 27th. ; fan In her rammer vacations, to plaj The leader" lowered he declared his pistoL'You',.. doesn't know bow mesa It ... t'
got sense
admiringly."Intend
about the boat and help her father a If she has a borne and a father WaaIs ,
]! Grand Steinway piano from ware roor icf! | Bush & SafJ: ,' but now that te was 111 lib< of having hysterics you know )' happy caring for her ate snook

> i No. 1017 Are. D, ford Piano Co.. authorized Florida representatives for Steinway j I must take his work-and every day, li your builnms. You'll land us then andwe'll leave that work to some woman ws
make the hundred
Between 10th and llth'Streets. Miami! & Sons New York. .1111||| j : weather or wet make the boarlj apiece. Pretty passage good money pay ain't a itl- ban to earn her breed aDd batter hythe
the
trips four mile
across stretch o4 labor of her hands aDd at to tads
._,._. .1 I Millie laughed an assent though her
whlfc ''
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t I water lay between the taw one to whom It la an srrmanimnt Car
.,. heart was in her mouth. Just beyond the time
---- being.
was a sand bank, the only one In this
II Could she have finished her coarse' acollege By It she wants to gain a Httl BOB
she might have found nom part of the lake. At the speed the boat ey. Nine times In ten she la aot rety
other way of supporting herself am was going she could drive It Into the particular In the way of doing tt. ]
NationalCapital her father but there was mud so tightly that they could not
Fort Dallas an opportu so she makes the work of other
Bank nlty here to continue her studies, :a4 work It off. This would give Dick a of less value That I* whore th*
rhanee to catch with them.
when rheumatism,:bad laid her up ness come In.There .
flat his tie With eyes straining through ttve
upon back she bad given up Isnt a single girt la tb*
(
deepening' gloom, she drove the boat
last
term and bad come home to bf world who would &k to b* eaOed
both captain and engineer of the Ilttlt ahead until with a crash It burled Its but
mean all
unconsciously dt
ferry. : nose In the soft sticky mad.on.. we a*
I I mean things. This .. .
many befog .
shock threw the men to the bottom of
J' Between December and April the ed of having to work and data It .
a*
$100,000 lake waa roam the boat, and with a spring Mini possessed
over, and U businesswas
very poorly, taking fata
brisk this summer there might be herself of the pistol who away: .c.ri
women need It
sadly am -
"If you make a move IT1 shoot abacried.
I a chance: to take a half year.' It would ,
things to do>-New York Peaces
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delay her graduation at least'a yeah!
$3.500 : pimps two but her chief duty wsl In spite of the warning ono of tile ., ".
Surplus :: toward' her father;who. since her baby* men rose to his feet With a courage: CARE IN THE LAUNDRY..- .
born of the the .
bood, bad striven so hard to replac* desperation girl pulled
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that mother she bad lost Be lavished trigger.\ With a yell be fell heavily to -..w saw., 'c.a-e. o..e._Y--. ":
upon her the affection a child natural* the bottom of the boat, a ballet la ate D..btfel D-- r -.
would expect from both parents,. 4 alp. Colored prints, "npo_. .elestm.aa.
When Captain Blake had been .The ahot was answered by one oar and piques of colored: pattaraa ar at
; F Assets over Half a Million Dollars I to take to ,his bed his compelled first er the shore, and, backing: toward tile solid colon that are of doabtfol dyes-

.. ;* I thought was for his dsughter. the se until two rowboats loomed ont any soap. Put a couple of
ond for the ferry line. If be gave it up up auana;
some one else would start a line. and through the darkness,. and Dick Daft of bran In a thin bag and poor boaVi I
when be should be better be would find sprang Into the launch. tag water In th* bag. TIe aid let Barn '

Statement the Close of Business November f 9\h.\ 1905 his means of livelihood gone. j There'was a short, sharp flght, but the tub until the water. lakwwana. ,
at ; But even at that he would not bear i the captors were too many for this fu when the bag must be taken eat eat '.
of Millie's giving up the term and the gitives.MUlle. the pieces washed quickly rmftnar:
'- condensed from Report to Comptroller of (Giirencyl( girl settled the matter herself by cslnj-: I I fainted, and it was not until them Immediately through. or tw'
[ ly coming home and putting! the bUD{> II the launch bad been towed and shored clear waters. Hang them oa tile JZ-.
from the mud that she revived and and do not starch
In commission as soon ss the Ice went aa they will lie 1 atltt
Resources I out. I with trembling hands headed once enough. Iron on the wrong' side ts
". more for the borne dock. avoid a shiny appearedc If 1M
cobs
''I It bad been a busy season for after .

;Loans and discounts. .......... .. .. . ....... .. .. $263,386. _. boors the patrons of the big hotel oh was After still the$1,900 posse left had and been by paid the end there of are I'A' solid
starch .
recommended far
the bluff wont hire aa safe \
Overdrafts...... . ... ... . . . . .. . 3,463.59))'I excursions were, aud the to entries the on bo4tfor the the summer Dick Davis' brother had dark linens and muslins la rice watts


U. S. Bonds account Circulation.. .... ... . . .. .. szoeo credit side of the bank book cheered learned to run the launch and MD11 Muslins of doubtful color may b*waaa*

Other Bonds owned. . .. .. .. . ... .. . . :. 50.500. Mille when at times it seemed that Davis went back to college on what ed, In rice water without soap, rtnctnsr

Banking House. .. .. . ... . . . -.. .. ... 50000. ; she too. would have to give In. j i band she laughingly was the "sheriff explained scholarship.to her"bur them out In (clean rice water to keep
There were eight In the party thrjt them stiff enough. Gum arable wmtor'
Available Cash Assets wanted to cross the lake, but only the 1'I Dick had Insisted upon her marriage II used as starch, but It IB more saftable ..
before she went. and. somehow that
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strapping sheriff attracted her attention i 1' for lace and nets than for coarser
evening In the boat had MOWed her
I. as he dropped Into the launch materials.. For nearly an
U. S._Bonds owned.... ....... . .. .. ..$19.000.00 climbed the unjl; I i bow much she needed him. however, the bran porpalee,
over partition separatingthe II water will arawr
Due from U; S. Treasurer. ... ... .. . .. 2600.00 '.. I engines from: the space reservedfor i and is cheaper than the others tar

Due from .banks ..... ... ... ... .. .... ... .. .. 9?/\12.51 i!' passengers.! !l B'.._ .._.tl.. .t Ia..nauty. especially soiled places In such goads

Cash on hand........ .... .... ... .. .. ....... 31,873.83 H5,487,, I Most ready to give in Mlllier he I Christians believe In the Immortality it Is recommended to rub the gn .e
asked as the girl made! room' for him of the soul as do the Hindoos, but other spots with the yolk of ages; before .

r Total resources.'''..''''' ... ..... .' ''' '' ''''', (564,836.liabilities on the seat beside her. i :. the contrast here Is striking. Christians washing
: I Not yet" she answered as she reached believe that God created man
and that there was a tIme when wo
for the wheel "I wont let them NURSERY NOTES
n say that married yon so aa to be ableto ) were not Hindoos Delia that the :

Capital paid in... ........u"'. .. ...-....... ....... .. ..... $looooo'f21> complete my coarse." | soul Is oncrested sad that It baa already i Make sure that the .calktrm Jan..
"I know well that existed forever as It win eontlnn -
Surplus and profits......... ...u.. .. .. ...... ......... 5.377-py i) guess they enough to live forever Christians plenty of sleep.
we have been engaged ever since [1 sap- '
Circulation ..... ;.. *...... ..... ....... ., .. .. .. . .. 52,00000 ; went Into long trousers," be urged. pose that at death the soul enters "an ,;Potatoes because are not good for yooag eafldrea -'
they contain
Bills payable..;;. .. ......... ... .. . .. ... .: ..... ..... 65OOO.pODeposits I "Bealdsa, It yon' really love me lOa eternal state" where It win contain: than nutriment more starch,

.......:....... .. ... .... .. .. .. ... ... ... ...... 342,459.8 i'' wfll not care what people say." I"Cant forever', but Hindoos think of death Plates decorated with) Hotter 0-
yon understand now I feeirshe merely U an Incident In the tone pictures
TotalbabUitie........... .. $564,8368Comparattre demanded. "I do love yon Dick. chain of endless changes which go oa and nursery rhymes ar* amri\
i: but they must not say that I marriedyon without beginning or' end. unless Indeed mad to pleas cblldrsa.
statement of ,increase business || Just because yon bad the money j I to rare Instances some ODe attain Indian corn meal boOd wail ad-
needed. They must realize that 1 mar salvation. Salvation to the Coristlaa sweetened with sugar and aaaasd with
]November 17th. 1903 .. ..................... ... ........ $155,446.21 ried yon because I wanted yon. Ton means heaven, but to the educated cream la a good fattening for thin
.November 10th.l904.................................... 254.777.J7 have yoor' spurs aa sheriff to w1n;|I Hindoo It means absorption in th* .

NoTember.,9th. 1905.......... ....... ................. .. 342. 59j8' have my diploma to work for. Then Deity and the loss of our Individual Babies' beads should be cararaQy
..' '''*-!- we can be married." | existence. Save as It finds this salvation washed once every day ta tepid water

1 :: ,ii I',' "And UTe happy ever after." be com then the soul goes on and on forever without any soap it the scalp Is to ...
: ._ pleted. "Just wilt until I capture the and exists in a vast variety of kept In a healthy condition and the I bate
MayvOl bank robbers and HI win forms-on earth In heaven, la bell, Upi strengthened.

I your consent In spite of yon.' | ,'dml", insert, animal man having ,I Chlldrea subject_to esavah saa,
"Who are they!" she asked curiously. an experiences. and undergoing every. should be so clad that they eon lie
:I f. I He laid a alp of paper on the "'t.I pouJble form"of bappln_*aDd woe Stripped almost Immediately, OIl aa
I but Just then the last of the passengers though on the whole suffering predom the house where the child lives hot water -
a.'a settled themselves and the boat glided I inates.-Chantauquaa. should be obtainable at aay na-
out Into the lake minds bands as meat in th* twenty-four boat

l/ 4 : steady. upon the wheel ss though the >:...ytrr.a LJ.U"

?e ..,tYP'f r, t, tllrc. t .xY :1'; man she loved were not sitting beside The old farmer went to one end of ..... .....-
I her. j the swaying coach to wash his hands. Why do many girls. <<.'-i'V> tG woes

\ She thought no more of the paper until He could find only a few remnants of apron A gingham apron made with
she came down to the.dock after soap. "Boy." be drawled, "there* don't a band to fit the waist with bib IUd
supper to get the launch ready forts seem to be much soap bets?" shoulder straps Is pretty aced "c
trip down the lake with a party from "No, ash" chuckled the porter. "You when nicely fitted, and somehow every
the hoteL Then she glanced over the know dls is de limited. Ebbythlng boy and man seems to have a.weakness
printed slip offering an aggregate toward abated am limited." for seeing a woman or girl at an
of 120,000 for the three apron, perhaps because It "jqt
I men Then the old man tried to fill a glass
: ; whose robbery of the Mayville balk I from the water cooler. Be could force cooking and we all know "the sweat:
:4 I za t. S i was the latest of a daring series. I out only a few drops. Ray to a man's heart" etc. Aa apron
So engrossed did she become that s ae I "Where's the water, boy?" ""111.e a good dress and aid aa aU
one
bad to hurry at the last, and Just is Not much water, sad Pit .am limited aud lu any case will save ksaader-
she looked up from her tack, ready Ito I too." hag the dress too often An sorts sail
'-. '-.- .. 'ntls o* <**..l and
..... pull out and run down to iLe Lori i I recently the porter brushed the old ts material are
"' f .:t, she faced l 1 an exceedingly buMnessllke I farmer down. and the latter banded used for aprons-pretty colored one.
revolver held by a determined 1 him nine toppers rounded at the corners will ruffle) all
looking man. I I"We I around, for afternoon wear or agbt
boss, the ,
"Why, protested porter
HOME OF FORT DALLAS NATIONAL BANK
I I work; white prettily trimmed for
want to cross the lake he said "TO' gib de porter on de odder train a ana
Weintite the public's attention to the abore condense roughly, "and you can't get across soy quarter." plasza work; plain glnghasas. with a
report rom sworn
big I pocket for th housework
too quick either. j "1 know that" chuckled the old farmer and
statement to Comptroller of Currency, which shows our present conduit n. This boat Is engaged for the even 1" i'I "but you know this Is the limited, i great gowa-Ilk. ones for' covering th*

Our' growth in deposits is shown by the abore comparative stateni mt-a gain ing.teat," she high said as calmly she realized though that her be4rt there t and Chicago everything News. should be limited."- : costume whole dress, while, to be getting sapped the aa tan arar gead ons'st:,.

:of one hundred thousand each year for the past three 'years. But statements were three In the party-the very men for serving when entertaIat g,.

Show that the Fort Dallas National Sank, selected by the United ''fr tes as a depositary at whose portraits she bad been looking i ..... Huh .t Ik. I'tatatL'Ibe a..a. .....

of public moneys is growing in strength and popularity' "Ton bet ICs engaged" was the pintails specie have of a peculiar wild ducks habit known duringthe as i Ends of candle aaoold bat pat taa ajar

Our customers it is a pleasure to do business with 1 hare rough response, "and you want to mating season of descending froma solve with&sd turpentine when tar was Cav
say, us.'fie if e am make a start mighty prompt. j great altitude at an angle of about : form a most fnnt aatx-

capital for all reguiiements within the field of legitimate ban ng_ JF'&on- Her quick ear caught the beat [of 45 degree with the wings stiffly outspread four ture for cleaning oilcloth. If yoa with,

duct a Savings Department and pay 5. per cent interest\\\credited\ did'compound hoofs make down a delay the road but, there and she was sought;to I,I' 'and slightly curved downward. Uttl oilcloth ss possible.to wear. After well baring wash swept tt a*
The bird is frequently so high that the
ed Quarterly.: Respectfully. II I thing In the leader's face that lame.j I noise produced by Its passage through 'It rub over with a damp elst>. ties
with
business, and wtb>Dp mment, the air Is beard for ..veralleconda before ( a coars dry on. flnt5y roc: ec av
( turned to the motor arid the bated the bird comes Into sight It d*> little of the mixture wtta a place of
oat Into the lake.J woolen rag and polish with aa ellS dart
Ct- I secede Ute a meteor' till within a few II i
At the direction of the leader |I feet of the ground when a slight'I ere Not only will this prevent fn* doth

r crowded ou full speed, and soon the change In the position of the wings" from cracking: but tt will. ptaee e Ibe
k37 'rff I chug-chug of the explosions : sends the bird gliding sway close to pattern.
whir .s the screw churned the ground several hundred yards without -
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becamr '
e.tr..4
!and the boat shot ahead. j I, a stroke of the wings. The sound
r r sir 1 By cultivating amlabl emotlosa aDII!
j From the talk aft lobe knew i j produced by this swift passag*tarooga |inobl
1 desires, the countenance walcta
t pursuers I bad taken to rowboats, Tut} the air can only be compared to'12I. :
| they bad small chance aa1111'tbpi i rushing of the wind through tree tops. does not possess outward bvet5esn

Cashier j I( Millie M, and the three men amused. At first it is like a murmur toss tti :jwfll In time have beauty of a 1Le!
I.l l'r. I tbemselve l by jeering at their pursuers' ri'4* to a hiss, and aa the bird i..... ,and more appealing stun taaa was
Once acres the lake Millie knew that 1 by It la almost a roar. ever attained by perfect features aced '

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4 I the very unfairness of women U
often to be found the main I[source of The annual meeting,of the
,their fascination.-Mrs. Craljfle:
holders' of the Fort Dallas ,Nal
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Success In life rests upon -one small .'.
I gift-the secret of the entry Into another Bank will! be held it.the. offlce In. '
man's mind to discover what Is city of Miami. Florida, ""
on the 14 i cia
I passing there-Seton Jietrimen.It
t Is the sorrowful and the old who of January 1906. at'3:30(. In U1 its
SI lead the human Lost In 1U ;march j noon for the election of dIrectors i

I1t : ( Ifs Value an Not Price loiter ward fur pimuUe.Lebinand Youth are and outlined,happinre with officers for .the. ensuing-year. ,r an.ff_
the elrtb.-JuuNI Lane Ailed: the transaction of such other bump
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If 1 wire a smiltlinllllouaire I would
I i. as may come before the --
.' I I I pay buy all the lu nho'e raiM'raLle: of ;trlttor.l-on.A mnntcti$ debts, R.meet1n&iGeorge Gomph ''.j|
WI akes A B Ii r
,: J That rgaIil urB .} II the aiid workL tunic-It MiM the bnpplvst Marie Corelll.littliplace\ In Cash!.-.t,. :

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The modern thirst for novelty and iFt-iL
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1 I, "r : : -f .: IJ) of woman's rivalry For Sale Cheap -One .three/i
.:..t ",, ..t'"t'," .... ';f'Z '. ,"' ; : mysterious with thousand
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f A .. _,.:, ., : k. .co i:;. men must Inevitably In the lend unlit :year od: lime stock. Inquire.or phone'
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::;.c" '<:t. <'I.J" iri <<;' people, for a wholesome natural life of R. L. -Mills! agent .?.'
> I study: reflection or n'I>roixwIuily: <)- ,? .
11t'1 -'n II J For Sale- Cabin- launch, 'J4;.fooC!
'I' to Bachelorhood.A flrst-class engine; speed about t
little five-year-old: was In a dolorous miles. S.K,Brown te: Son Lemon'Cite:,
;: U&eful CHristmas quandary. He bad mast been told
-. of the approaching nuptials of his Uncle ,
Will and be suddenly evinced a Tickets and reserved seats for:the
1g7 great interest in tile subject of matri Conservatory Faculty Concert before f
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mony.
the State Educational! A octatloa.wlirbeo >
II"H I "Mamma." be said after ponderingthe
,. ,: < matter for awhile, "can folks,. marry blamable at the Biscayne ;Drug';
/ their sisters* Co, on and after \Vednesday De&
GoodsSEWEL "\o." answered she; "they bar to STtn.SBBBBBl.
.r .
I marry some one else's sisters."
"Well cant they marry J cousins 7" .
persisted the youthful seeker after The Minneapolis
knowledge. '!; ,
I : AT I I "No. not even cousins! "Bald mamma. Mrs:. E. A. Russell
"Then what In the world will I do?" New House New roraltare
walled "Sifter -Oyeaj
I be. Margaret and Cousin
:, Daisy are the only Itttte girls I'' for the season. Board by,the Jay or"
J know.- ew York Press. :' week. Northern Cots&e.: > .

JL' 0.....* f too*..d ....L..... 227'7th Street Miami I&
An advertisement appears .bt No. 180 -
: I! BROS of the Tattler Informing the public that .
'I' a stagecoach runs from Nando' coQ
; ; I bottle to Mr. Tiptoe's dancing school.adding .
} a postscript: "Dancing shoes not I
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exceeding four Inches la height In theels ,
= I h and periwigs not exceeding three
feet la length. tn canted la'to* cotea
}z : Ii II' L box gratia. This of coarse, was a AdsThat
satire upon the mob caps, conical bats
flowers, feathers tad representations
Three ig Stores hi glass of butterflies! caterpillars and
even miniature coaches and horses i
1- with: which the An* lady of tile day '
adorned her bead..-London MalL
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.ft is most appropriate to give useful prJ nts. We are' prepared to show did'1'-you KlMh tike taotwo.my speech.

"Wen, I-<<-the fact...
a i you. the new things in this line. We wil'jfnention below a few of the same E! troducCoDell"Great Scott conceived mast! and 1"I logicalT" I PayThe

"Tea." I
Yand invite you to call and see the reltl i. Our line is entirely too large "And?" wasn't the peroration eloquent .



: and complete to list the whole of the. ame. Come and be convinded.. "What"Fine." the trouble thor., is to object sell food of :advertising,Your ad:

I f IIMen's I II "?bey were too far apart"Oerlaad is your best salesman.
I Leaden Then why not spend as
i much on advertising as
A Q r Carpet. one c'-rk would cost? Few
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{ Imported Silk Neckwear I For some reason the man[!'bad been merchants do this but
I| employed to mike an Inventory of theI those who do are reaping
I furniture la the hOUR He was
T so long a Now
golden haneat.
={ Put ih individual l boxes 500 about his task In the parlor!,however, 4
i up patterns'\: to select from. I that the lady of the mansion went la IOU wouldn't disreputable want a loot-J slovenly ,
to see what he was doing. On the floor -t
ingr clerk in storeTTl ,
i' Prices 25c to $2.00 I III lay an empty bottle. On the sofa lay Why have slovenly your disre'':\ '
; j the man. sleeping sweetly Uke a tired potable ads? Let me do
child. But the Inventory bad not been. i ir your advertising- one
wholly forgotten. At the top of the
I I r month and see'the differ
I l[page stood a solitary, eloquent entry."On ence. I write aJs that
pay
Smoking Jackets Suspenders I revolving carpet."
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: \ i Of the most exquisite atWith silver nickle, buckle i'II B.. P. Davis

i' Get your mince pies for your Christmas :. : _
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a .'t I, 'S ? terns and designs I j In individual boxes dinner,at Seybold's .Bakery,:We ?..,Box rS" J,
use nothing but Helm's best mine*
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meat :

: f : Price 7.50 to $15 Prices 75cto$3.50 A iI

-i a. l'l; $


i r: Bath Robes, (latest designs,.; $3.50 to $10
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t Handkerchiefs fancytJ: 5:;tfg Clothing l Nothing Nicer Thana


1 of'muslin,Japonet and Latest imporfa|ions' of for. men and boys largo! Pretty Slipper for
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silk put up in fancy hosiery [[rpade.of est stock in city, paces .

half'" dozen boxes. /1 cotton, lisle and, silk the lowest- in the city.tI A Gift.We .

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;4 family I The Stetson and have them for everybody in many =

Over 3000 pair: of shoes: re- i styles and colors. See our ldies' Turk-
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; : ish Boudoir] slippers perfect dressers.
ceived in the last |2 weeks Haw s agency I We also have a large lot of neckwearfor

from the men and boys at 250 and 500, the
W .' largest factories; we i M I.
equal of which we believe is not in '-

J7 can fit and can please l you. $3, $4 and $5 town. In fact we have many good y

; I things specially suitable for Christmas

We are sure' :can assist you.in making your rell atjves Sf and.friends happy as well as.yourself J I gifts besides our REGULAR LINE.

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S We: cordially invite you to call and look throughiJOHNSEWEI l b if jaataaicth stock of Christmas Goods I IiI''

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= : L and BRO.Sewell's Always glad to show )OUI

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Shoe Store 8eweW.Cotbi: J T.i1oring''t'a' li.Jmonl Mitubi A Co,

I Largest. ,the Sough_ ,;La''gr, t in th iff's Finest {a the South I I i foe f fI


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HISTORIANS there their will annnal be joint addresses.actions Tomorrow In the i I WITH ffHE here

i" morning and afternoon and In the PLAYS AND PLAYERS MANY TEACHERS to the today fact that Is nnoanafy'lazYe some matters of, owta*I "
lies
ARE TO, GATHER I evening the members will attend a York.De, : I Importance to the teachers of tfcs
j I reception given ,la their honor orMr. : New "' !VI ember 26.-The past remains why: :she should not Dome ARE IN SESSIONEDUCATORS state win come up for conalderatlosi

r Theodore Harbor*.< two weeks have'' 'been memorable ones back and revisit us. She is truly: a and dlscuslon.

Ir The ladles of the Maryland Societyof for they have''given; the American pub wonderful woman to whom all the The teachers are greatly agitated
the Colonial Dames of America world over will be
will lie an opportunity i to'note a certain ever ready: to pay over, the probability of some radical
FOUR IMPORTANT LEARNED A8- also attendbe' reception. On Thursday \11: homage. ,
school
-\ feature. { Mme. Bernhardt's performa legislation during the co.aIIC-:
..SOCIATION8 TO HOLD, CONVENIfi'TIONS Bishop and lira William Putt ''I In addition to "A pair of Spectacles'' OF IOWA OHIO AND sesslon of the assembly and It Is .*.
will give a luncheon that Ilea; serious bearing on ILLINOIS GATHERED
to
the IN ANNUALaEaslON'
delegates .
IN, BALTIMORE:, THIS I, which has been familiar to play: goers pected. will vigorously: protest agatotany ,
at the Episcopal residence and la the the future drima: la this country.: The TODAY-MANY MATTERS -
fWEEK-JWHAT THEY ARE *I''I for some :years, H. 8. WUlard present : legislation which would dlstaraV
'' evening the delegate will be the present tendeac here U for a star ed at the New Amsterdam a 'Jramat- OF IMPORTANCE UNDER the present system. The teachers wffl
guests of the Amndell Club ef Mrs to surround'|4me1' with players of DISCUSSIONDes '
lied version of particularly
Klpllngs "The >Jtfaa: : oppose the propoeKio tn
riBaltimore. William M. Elliott who has arranged mediocre ability. Either it U because "
Jli,"December 88.-Four 1 Who Was. The following Is a trfer create larger boarda of eaacau...
reception for the ladle and a he Is afraid t fbf one of his company synopsis of the play. It happens I
leaned pat Moines la., December
portaat, associations will, smoker for the men. Saturday: win acting better Shan himself or. because CoL Dirkovltch who I %1.--:
".. 4 their meetings bere this week.: be spent_In Washington. D. O, by be fosters'the!|foollah' notion that Us officer during the war Crimean a commanding War |a- Teachers from all parts of the State ILLINOIS EDUCATORS
pio6ably tile:most'.Important: of the the members and they win alto tat.a male tttore manifest by con! are assembled here to attend the annanl -
a guest at a dinner
given by the
etreating conference of the State Teachers' Springfield m.. December .
side trip to. Annapolis. with 4'I'la't,
Ii It jthe work of a croup EagUsa
-.et Is that of the'American officers Quartered at
cs I Besides the Joint sessions each association of nobodies flfme. Berahardt on the a station I Association which will open here this, llUnoU State Teachers Association
i Historical Awxf:: IU<"i| which wffl will hold, seperate sessions la India. la aa earlier scene Ris i evening ''with: aa educational council opened a three days seeslom at Oat-
other band haiTglven to the American ,
[open at Johns Hopkins brought out how Lieut. Unmaaon.. Dr. S1IaIer; Capitol today.
thU Mathews building
University.. la which a number of Interesting theatre goersKne She of Chicago, The attagCftV .
genuine article.
i aneniag: a young British officer after a 'daring will deliver the principal address of ante Is '
unusually large rid
papers will be read by: some of the has gathered|i her ttefh Ia-
,''Wlt.;; Is the twenty-first annual metuas; most round company exploit was captured by: the Russians the evening. Other addresses will be tenet la manifested by the mefera
prominent historians, political ,,
: of IlId !some of whom would and
lit the association of :which Mr..AnIX economists &bibliographers of the make one of ". : sever heard of again. Inl) the delivered by Hits Sarah Louise Arnold Among" the speakers, who 'wffl 4av .
"'t1Nw', 'White was, the''first, p red- country.; Among those who win i deliver any: tpnipany[ our .WSlook midst of' the 'dinner shots are heard dean of the Simmons College of. liver addresses are Dr. Paul B&orer '
like a stock favorite When
[.*n tThe other associations which addresses are St. George L.Siouisat. she Is off itage. Interest and it U assumed that the guards Boston who will speak on "The Essentials : of the University Chicago, Dr. W t
the does note
have fired
'wffl'meet here this week'under the of the University of T upon natives trying to pilfer of a liberal Education;" State I F. Frost of Berea, Ky, and others. '
wane but It keeps alive by the splendid fatera

some carbines. But
auspices of the Johns'Hopkins a little Superintendent '. W.
Unlpverslty South Charles Stetson, of
; Lee Raper, of the University work of loose who make her
are the American Political of North Carolina William I Sheila's' up miserable creature stumbles [into Augusta Me., R. O. Uonlton. of than e];' The automatic prodnettosi at 1
; wbw
supper shown
,
us that the
; Science Association, The;; Amerlcffidmopdc an E. Dodd of the Randolph-Macoa 'old eagernesCbfjthe public for legitimate the room and; falls muttering I In University of Chicago, State Super-!! fencing' In continuous rolls Is a late
Inarticulate
Association,, and the Sig College miter L. way. This erentaany intendeat F J. RIggs of Des Moines.jand development In electrle "
; Fleming of the dramaU art Is as great as ever proves to be Llnmason from |! w ljtaa% Gal,.:.,
_. lloetaphlcal Society America. escaped Prof. M. O. Brnmbough, of th.vanlzed wires
University of :West Virginia; William That Jt haslllred of the frivolous are fed from reels 'ar-
;;'At the. 'sesilon the Siberian mines where he had University of Pennsylvania, who win I I '
1 opening tonight, atthe'members'of A. Dunning of Columbia University: aimless entertainment and will soon been ranged vertically and parallel to MeX
sent by CoL Dirkovltch '
',wbteh : an four assowfll ',and others. nothinput I : and conldaed speak on "Americanism In Porto Ric a other and from another reel pUe dI' ;
tiow; be present President Ira accept worthy: plays andcompetent for many: :,:years. The scene w ilch Besides the regular sessions and transversely to these .are eat off
actors
to
E Jtaisen.i of Johns Bopk1u'UniTerJIt7 interpret them. follows between the poor victim and educational councils there will be lengths of
has wire which are
al)
inn It fed aoricontallT
been -
[#itll. 4e1 yer'the', welcoming'aJJress.a Florence Stephens Is home for announced that this Is her the one who was the cause of a, his number of departmental, meetings. ,
across
last visit to lies e shores. But {! the vertical wires. At
'? Prof. Frank J.' Goodnow. the holidays! from her school at Del when hardships was a most powerful nee the .
pros points of Intersection of the
one takes Intoc6nslderatlon that aortrontal -
fteat of th' ray. fact Mr. Wll'ard provided a forceful and OHIO TEACHERS
.American Political ASSEMBLED
Science that the and vertical wires, welds
h ve left are ,
reA1 comparatively convincing r
characterization bran
ilAasoctatlon. and Prof. John B. Me few .tfng I made by means of small transforms.
marks
&ten. president : her. that her matchless I out the, intensely patheTtic and he role- Columbus: 0..
& of the ( December 6.-1'he
;AmericanIctlfAssociation Fruit cake the beet that can be voice !*lfj! sweet II 'ever, one 'touches In 9 i I The welded section Is then moved fer-
; a highly comment able I Imlnnet. attendance at'the
wffl deliver meeting of the StateTeacbera' ward
made at Beybold1. Bakery must admit at no.apparut reason : | a regulated distance tad the
cJf\. ''i. Association, which opened,, operation I. .emHeA. .

't *..I IF YOU, HAVE.TINWARE ON .. l
1 HiND '
that needs repairing Just let as know Continental Tires
., I
and we wfll mead It for yon ;
,
WE REPAIR TIN BOILERS

e e i M .t d as well as any other kind of tia articles and Pier e BicycleaI

Tlt't1VittG so they: 'last .. long as a[new ,i fare

Perfection at Last. b + one yon might buy. Our work is often
'
:
more lasting and
wears'longerthe aaa
ALWAYS RF.JIDY, ALWAYS HEE1. new vessel A thrifty housewife "High Rolers" the first '
{ quality.
;' di Simply Lather and Shave: j looks well to her tlnlng repair I I isIs d that Itp

ei .. THERE IS NOTHING TO ADJt13T, always satisfied with our work; with pleasure ( we sell you either ,gj
NOTHING TO LEARN. PIONEER CORNICE COMPANY

A IULTUXE WATCH The wonderful feature of this razorI the I You may haVe no fear that |
blade. Twelve brads '
TO LAST (twentyfour & p :- I ....
a edges) as sent as paper, as wain as flint, as
- flAfl. i. souse and rtzxfita as whalebone,go with either will fail

each set,good EacsnLADzi far Tilt'!y Acme B I 111ard.1'arJoJ !::1' your .

from swrsrr ,
r. SSArta,, Hudson pycleDONT Co.

r I : \\\1309\ A VENUEDI,

.brn. Aw.&diCcld' ;rtWal..i r fORGCT THE, 'NUMBER I 1013 AVCrtUC D

M.dltSi.rIW E JXE BILLIARD AND FIVE POOL TABLES
,.
? 100II I isE j..NOTHING, BUT SOFT BRINKS.SERVED.Cigarftod .
n

Item ;;y 1904. It i' II Tobacco... kept la stock !I Miami.Florid; i Money to Loan oni: Hoisenold Furniture> : I


,. L. L. : I
Without:
removing it} from the house in .

L For? Sale by J Dade I Co. sums of '5.00 and up. Can be.paid back in *UT*'-
Title Insurance
yne Drug Company sums of $1.00 a week Business strictly

II confidential. Write ti's and solicitor will call

and(:f Trust Company r1
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i fMeyerS &- Robinson, I:OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED CITY LOAN, OFFICE


Paid Up C pital 75000. Surplus $12,0 0 OPPOSITE POSTOmCf.AModell3atlirodm. '

: contracting:. Electricians IUrU II

I land titles prepares abstract of titles,loans and
i f ;i019Ave. D Miami Florida : ,invest!..money on its own account and for others. Acts aa

: agen attoroev-in-fact, trustee, assignee executor, re :
i cave: guardian. Address all communications, toJ x ,

ir r 'Pallia. ...,.,.
; SEE 5.L ., Sec and Trees. : Miami, Florida Is the moat eeaeaful" 'ftat-:
"'I : U ; I IWm ure of the
k r modern IWBSN,.
t, as it is a neceaaarj com ... 4
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,i.Y.Burnhamsufferer Curry's Sons fort to any home.. Better' -
.
: tf.It put money in perf tiarv
the
f( sanitary svsteni, tlert-

;: Spec aIist I Key West. Florida'HEADQUARTERS '' comfort by insuring of the your health family xsaJ-

FOR than
I spending It tor fin

1 I .furn .hi ga. Agta. for tk

j area with Chronic or Blood Diseases. All Ship Chandlery, Building

C Diseases and Deranjnrnts; most successfully treated
F? Also Rectal and Genito Urinary Diseases 'Materials Of All Kinds. Famous Recycle


.- An tk*Utnt sppn>n4 Ctectrtcal A p.c,, Coal and J! ""hfa7. .
Toa..i.t taw lali a Is rb trail atwys(a atoloses Steam marine Machine ShopsForgei
'lid: ,4 M.
Stairs : : : ; Metropolis Building All kinds ot ttpatring; Boiler and Steam Fitting-lean; oedone at' MCDONALD S
hottest.. aoti'the i beat possible manner by skilled ,
expert
inet
i haaia Twcifth
!t....". 'i't. 1;; .'. .. ,' ,,', r..... ". ., :' ,,, _. .Street_. Miami.. Florid*. ;.. ., ,
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No Longer a Question ihePtodr1 Offr



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-Opposite the Post t Office

\\i ii _:.,r/"f,' as, to what Building Material
i* ": :!!' '

H" : to use i it is Concrete Stone ;1 ;Xmas Diamonds, \ Watches


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''I i'. ,."', );'II!,"WNw t ;
h. KM; '
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,".,_ ,, ,. ., BUT i 055- andjewelry:
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The question Is, where get the best concrete stone ate,lowest Appropoa J to Christmas I where can you' find a', ;
cost. The plant that meets the requirements would have 01|be un- 1 vd '
4 z: der the management of a man whd had learned the hu idred and = ;, larger selection suitable for gifts than at our

Pf a ,one little details of concrete making, who employed onr I'the best
: popular establishment. People in every'walk)
::1t materials honestly proportioned and to compete In prices ihej:output .. s y ,
of the plant would have to be greater than Its competi hrs. We .. of life are numbered among our:customers }
'"
have been making artificial stone since the 'Industry wal!In Its Infancy ,
,
I, and thoroughly? understand the strength of, our'H1terlals.Vf they all believe in;, purchasing' from us be '

i use,the best Lehigh Portland cement and beach san 1 !We Invite .. J' cause we save them the exorbinate'. prices of
,
; Inspection as to proportions. We had choice of jk score of Solid Gold 14 k for$35.00 i -.,
machines when we bought our new machinery, and ourf!'[capacity \altham or Elgin;* 15 jewel the expense burdened jewelers and depart

.Is, double:! that of .any competitor as we .have two :achlnes.g ; '
: : ,meat stores without sacrific of quality.e "We.
.
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<' !
are, known as Miami's Greatest Diamond and
-:
i Watch Price Cutters. We have on hand the ;
Rose Concrete Company
i i, *

W f Foot Ave. D,- West Side j' I,

I [ Largest lice of Chatelaine. '

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Watches
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T I Dflt SHI ,' r never
i Youngs".Pharmacy ? Dogs '

bro gnt t to Miami

3- INCORPORATED. But I can give youalfiointer ,
. III :20 year case. Guaranteed }-
good Amr movern't, $8.50 Ranging in price from $4 -
f .A Drug Store for The People F i up.
I ar
r, i V i ; ,
: "That's: our motto! and it has been the meads of adding hundreds .. on LECTRICAL Work .
:' of list.Ve sell the YOUij 6 ,
new, customers our only pur. --- --- ,
: I I -
est drugs.''':'All prescriptions are_filled by registered pharma C. II BROWNElectrkM : oeI (.. ooeo. o0 ooeovoeeeoooee, ..

cists.Ve_ also canthe. finest sodas and ice cream in the city contractor, 1113 Are. C :
,
s J I I,
i f1 .-2'Doors, ..North of Postoffice, h ,
f-' W. E. Pres. U..J.Ir', \ ----t# Rea I Estate

: Youngs, ,-. >I h..J-I t' r9----r. I Snaps, I Ii


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!r' Dade" Pharmacy l'
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F 1 I i 1 Business lot on 13th street 80x124 .
_* 809.Arenne DAs S feet. A ran bargain., $% oo. .j f 4
r ca- Two beautiful river front Jbta,r tA- .. ."N,:i., '
;f : a-new candidate for patronage it is but Just that we j ." < ,
s your ti eluding riparian rights 100 feet tae .t, .i-.iI ;
f.: state oar claims. Oar stock is new and.the purest and best o" ,I h ". ', .- '
3000. ;
that money-can buy.' Our service will, be equal to the best. i, I :
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lot
':' Two river not to 12th street f" :
.
;;: We lire in the building and will take pleasure inppljing ." 'i. ''', i bridge at less than ralae. 1.j '_: ': ,"-
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.f your demands at all hours,dar or night 'ltNoted Cattle I Three slyer front lots In B3vsrstde .,J...,,
: = .. I :. I i at corner of 10th tt Ask for 1IrloeL .' -._'-q '' o }
Prices Reasonable., 809, Avenue P. tDl1111 p'm at that we supplyto One lot on 7t& street, wen of the '.f, ;f- '
4r our customers. The range steersthat ; railroad for only 1300. i j; _: "J; ,
-- are illjowed to shift tor them- I Lot between 4th and 6th, near rWi "'. .
!/I. : .
ft. wires altil:they reach the stock i road, $6000. | ,
.EIj Ir r'fcfriE'l' : : : rE: : 'r'Pr EEif : jrards slid then pet corn fora few Choice lot on 6th greet near 1IU8- u .*',;...'!i' .
lars anal iot what we want aor ender depot.. $1000. Lie.D I'r' ..: .:?.
what cor'c istomers want. 0 I Three lots on 6th street, near ':, .
f for $.50 each. or lean j| .. ,:':' '
f I Mi iniSporting'GoodsStore 1vl IS ISIF rime Meats 1 One lot on 10th street,near Avenue "' .'
: ;, D, ,for $suo less than ralne. A sure\ b"'ii; ..
I I .
what offer. Their snap. .w: c
: irt |i re tenderness : -' '
i I House and lot on 13th and one on :, .y
< / jiiiiiieM and fine savor i-
are .
ii Tackle,..Eastman tttt i highly eciated. I 14th, at special prices and terms. [ '.I'. -' .
i Kodak Kodak SundriesAi lop ,- I 0 : Home and lot worth $3000 for $2500 .. :
JI I
T I i Nassau Shells and( 'Jacht Supplies }1t jj \. Dr, Doane. Prop. 0 :I i if$%25&taken 00.feet quick..frontage on 12th street|for ;x

-: including;fenders, polish1U| ..,- These ate all barplnea.I .

:w ed:'brass; fittings, launch Jj-; MO EY LOAN o (.

''ia; whistles and side hgths, $ r .w

w'J?, .clocks,: etc. etc* etc, :&\ I We have sole! .(several lots in our new Bay View addition.north of the city and '
i ; have some left at 150.00 each, only 50 dollars cash, down.

; Wa Riverside lot are the best investments in the :city at 500 dollars each:, 166
dollarsSeveral cash, balance in and .
e one two years.

.| G, E; WORTHINGTON,, ..$ On 9iort\ or.Long Time choice furnished houses to lease for the.season.

.1. '305 ,1 I2th Street doors West_ of Red Cross'Phar'cy jjj 0 t z"

.::::-. ... iII'1I. ,.- ttreoe !!-- -- ,.. .. fF' Pm'ffients! : I L
': :. C".f r. c; ': c-ecte-ece-. '
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;; ,J. H. Tatum & Company: '

Has Stood'The' Test ,25 Years Dad Co. Go.
*s,. Security
i Real Estate ,
.
?t- Grove's FuiD KUTTER, r

; Tastel SSCbillron (,mien;Jjl:Contractor.i ,. Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Frissell Building
c t:1 Crsdh..
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' GRITTY BROTHERS AGODDEf: fs s OF DEATH FANCY HOUSEKEEPING. k. -
.' tONE

let t... BM Lr M.*i_t Fr tie '
i
TOO BEAU Leisure .f tk. SrkMlcirL 'I '

\ WOMANfEH WORLD. The decorative'' side of homemakltg Miami Business ,/

n\: Machine Shop |! j la the one oftenest Intrusted to tbe Directory

Ik* M.mr>lBBTas F.. daughter of the family. She may dust. ,

tk. Victim .i.!Her LoveUae..adH.artlw..w. a room arrange a case of flowers concoct ,
y&Agents for the New :Era: Gas Engines..Oasolene Hfe Pw.r Over Meat TheOutlof Town .4
a Ice
salad
an j cream or a tails Buyer and thoe
'arid i kerosene engine 'repairing a SPECIALTY aad Her .&.rt;. "+I ata or embroider a centerpiece. Such accomplishments Hat below classified, the addresses of I I Miami within Merchant the city will under find In the) F

STUB person! beauty, U uaturally ace anxlouitly acquired head for ready reference.E. .
General Repair Work the most ('O\'etti' wiesslon of woman In the vacations |or In the meant hoofs
.
I It i*a gift 1I'hlcf jr be almost as fall of the working 1 day which L. BRADY aV CO. I ,

f-508; SEVENTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDA of dater to ber|?lfTlctliS to those who fall snatched from achoolbooka.. ma1l Fancy Grocers Hay Grain BURDINE-A QUARTERMAH
, I ,
, to IL kthe. days of Helen Mother and daughter have and Mapes' Fertilizer I';' .Dealers In Dry Gnosis Nottona
I of Troy and of rl -Southern rble-& Stone Co. time It has bro&'li perhaps more diluter fit the girl for her probable dutls 12th Vegetables j i.and Ladles' rornlahlaga,
u wife and mother and fancy housekeeping Street Cor. Ave D. Miami. Fla. '
: Idleajit 34O4OE
to the -wo iian delight or, at 1U' St waml.llE
.. : is the tribute they pay to tbe[ ,I
..t 4.'_S. HOCAN :TREET. JACKSONVILLE happiness !bu to one at least It demand of cousdence for an education J. E. .
\. Headquarters for brought a life oF;iu h. tragedy and suf outside of test book and laboratory j LUMMUS ,: J. B. acRCVKN r
-4 : fering u baa ra !tily fallen to the lot of nl
In the strange. Inevitable unrolling of Dealer in Groceries., Grain, I Dealer In
Building Stone Marble etc. any woman | | life the schoolgirl be Drags, Patent If aJV
I ; gay may called Hay
op .
and
dnes
Fertilizers
,
It was at f, ore ice that BosanraMontalboul hi a few mouths t > be cook, _mat Toilet Article.. Stall .. '

;1"t MOSAIC' : AND I TILE WORK worklha perliupa the moet beautiful laundress, general housekeeper each 333 12th Street. lUaml Fla 107 Avenue D. 'UlanL"BksY.
woman the ever seen, lived In turn perhaps all at once. But there!
t- In the days of |He(iMedlcls. No man I
YOUNGS'
FORaFLOORS.. BATH, ROOMS. :MAN rELS. ETC.Mooaneats baa TenturotfSv:' U no magic by which she may acquire A. J. CAMPBELL PHARMACY .
I ever th pen or brush to these arts. She! must then choose 1214 Avenue

Gesieral! Cemetery Work. de.r. portray her beaut', md It U only from among them-with such wisdom aa she Dealer In Dry Goods. ClothIng I D. Miami na
Ita effects that Sjhe can judge of Ita Drugs, Toilet
[ I
i'.XAfffMt Orb t1auiaUedFac.\ttieS.\ Iioa Ftnclnf. Prompt Scrrlca. anrpaulng brilliance ;rmay.' I J Cents' Furnishings.Sll \ Articles, Perfnmeriee
r Fancy housekeeping 1* of less impo Sta
: ir-- From early tirHlcx* d this beauty gave tance to the embryo homemaker than Avenue D. Miami, Fla. i i tionery etc. Prescription
" 6 her a power and Ap empU-e: over hearts
.t" any other branctj of her (lrotlost.The carefully compounded.BECK. ;
each aa no qut a of Europe could ordinary sit Hence or the sudden ARMSTRONG GROCERY CO.
wield. Men flocMsd from all parts of emergency of the) future is far I '
more .
WILSON
Europe content $$ < atch a glimpse of likely to call for '- HUDDLE1TON
Chase (a well broiled
1 beet
Chase &: Co. Harney her during her rote walks abroad.' If steak than for an lice cream for a fire Fun line of staple and fancy grocer*, II Real Estate and Insurance. i t.

she appeared In the treats of Florence lathe range rather than for an artistic fresh meats, vegetables, .poultry, etc. Suite >ti 4. < &A.t'
It war a signal fot hundreds of worshipers arangement of roses, for a strong bn 82MTwelfth( street ZOiml i Vse
J. SUCCESSORS TO .t 1 I '' to flock]ground her for the tonhole rather than for an embroldere .

mere delight of gang on her or by dolly. T New Prout Bldg. 11th et.. Avenue D :THE RED ..CRO' PHARMACY
f ,CHASB-4 BARNEY Inc. Fire some happy chance touching the hem Neither the dainties of the cooking! ..
THE
la
MAGNOLIA Drugs, ICodJda
of ber gown. I school nor the decorative arts of thi. GROCERY CO. met ***.
t. FRUIT' AND i' 'ACcide1t' When she wen foI church thousands housekeeper are the beat Investment Dealers Groceries Hay and Articles. PreacrlpttoM

VEGETABLEPACKERS 4 att. locked to see her J and It waa in rain for the scant leisure of the schoolgirl!; Grain. .carefully compoanJ, Hafl {
that the priests conduct the The cooking of a: chop the supretni orders'' >promptly attended
to.
t services. The tet'her residence Cor. Are. D aad';4th St ;.
Tornado fl ] of' achievement of boiling a potato so tba IDamL fla. nth sty Cor. Are. C ltaat,111B
.: : waa besieged D1 with lor It ahall
:- Cash Dealers la : day be mealy and the ordering of i
era of every claaa.rftom princes of the morning so' that I the dinner gettini

"I lic greatest reigning anilMes of Europe to I shall not Infringe ,on the bedmaklng-
Crate"Insur
0 .
peasants' and flaharjnen. Every day I these are the labors la which tix MVI!kin & |
brought her rich f stores of presents daughter may well acquire skill. When DeBerry
Material some of which might :.FIDELITY ;BONDS a king! ransom. jfraie) other were the i housekeeping win take care of ) KANUF OF '
\ : tribute of lowly i dnyrera, who offered : Youth' Companion.
iPtcMaj' tDdTuchoose- them'as humbly?1n4 reverently U ROUGH AND
ItMlt.li DRESSED
s\\1 i'1: :Eist Esd> Ilunl_ stet Do_J] OLDEST AGFHCY IN MIAMI) they Non.were would laying rgcei.ks;theu.. on payment an altar.from l A LADY'S ; ,

her from the wealthy merchants who .... IWItWa te lit Alwar a .Jrt
I laid at her feet theto' treasures of rich '. .* ra..... Oat*. I PINE LUjMBER.
I dresses and jewU to the humblest Of all the odd Job that women tarn! .

FG1.FI1tST. S tradesman or door. e who ministered to In desperation that of 'companbnU "! Write for
8or to her;and crow4ln| triumph of a ,' afford the Ioq-eetUat:; of horrible possibilities prices. Now ready to fill orders.
CLASS Shoeing women were aa |ag"r u men to render say The World Today. TakIng Miami office 32312th Street f
homage to'!ar beauty and Tied boarders, addressing. envelopes at' E. A. Perry, Age.
AND DISEASED' HOOFS SEE with each other tof t&elr! offerings and $2 a thousand or even canvassing a MILL AT OOSMAN. P 0. "FIRKIN f!' DADE COUNTY.
'
FLORIDA
L-' F. LaFontisee' 708 7th St their worship. f g Joyous occupation In. comparison to being _
It was inevltablf that many shouldsuffer a companion. '<

.- for beautyjkuch as this and especially A few month situ a well connected! ;,
as Rosanrt was u heartless I Ias woman In New York made It known"
j
the war fair. [Scarcely a day passed that she wanted ja companion who r S EAB''
i 'WaC.. Maynard, when she was|apt the object of f..waa a lady born under thirty yean of O ARD

a,. some fatal duel W when: some lover age, who had bad jsoclal 1 1 training and! ,.
..OHADUATfcOPTlClAN did not destroy ffis.lf In despair of who owned a good wardrobe. B t
cprnfarl't With M yna.rdV' on. Jeweler winning ber. It ii ,ald that there was I must have a cultivated voice and SlIer be: Air Line Railway '

scarcely a famli position In able to accompany ernelf on the piano. I
ATUM D Ktzt to Fort oats !
4% Florence or for ;df 1 league.'IrounIt d I I Her ''duties were to consist of being

that bad not too rn a con or near i private secretary and accountant at FORT .
I
v_ f W.BACBIIBA.IiCaTTEGT relative, and complaint* were> all tl
times to read her employer, recelve savannah. Columbia Camden
made to tbe ma.1f I e. by Indignant: callen>lf deilred and to mnke Southern Pint:,.
att.soa dB Eswrsa,$ Raleigh Richmond
Plans Speolfloationi and Detail lab* parents. ( herself;.generally nueful. When at Washington Baltimore
TORNEYS AT LAV.leonit for Baildinn of All Kinds Fine On several occasions'she was brought: i'r home she would bf exi>ecte to act a* Philadelphia. New York. ?;

reds tt *.BUM aid mnBl. Raaidenoei a Specialty.OrricE before the JndKe.| bb were as powerany !I housekeeper and w len traveling to be Two Elegant Trains r

tee wai.latsad 1 1315 AVIJTUE: ,D. less against her DB; as the most:] the maid bur all tickets, attend to the Seaboard Daily.
love stricken yon kI Florence. They bills, hotels, aud so on. The salary Express I| Seaboard Mail

oat an, FU. tirA.LTEP C. DEUAKllO came to condemn d remained to was $20 a month. 1: Modern Pullman 4 "'

worship -ber.tBt-t RiD uty for as she A friend of mine) who was disheartened Equipment.opviuiu .

T. SXA868. K. DBeaHsBM ..' :3. jar olilt e o t, appeared before t In all the.glory and restless{j at the time this O y III.. l
of ber
I beauty evi' a eyes of stem ,"chance of a lifetime" was offered
r: :;; time:wan l.i hoar Judges were dazsled44 and .
they
PIauaMJ'f' were called the
Mtt Straet, Roth Bttildiflf Miami. & ready' to go Into th' dpck for her nk s day I called upon lady.the Later in "the dally liroaji sleepers fronfutsoitUIa< > to lei Orleus.
upon girl.coW'ell. I
;: -.erA.. 0'fvTAIQ It was about thli jume that great dla-
10- VWBIDLtJ. s frees fell FJoretfc began "are you going to give np allIdea
; l on ) The city wu In 1
of
:
TheChapmanI1ousF. your operatic
career and
e the grip of famlne| now
|nd hundreds were For lull information
L ACDOI,n."' : .W. CHAPMAN. Prop. dying for. want of|bread but while tra1'e1.1n state abroadr Pbe looked sleeper re rrabOna. call on any agent of"tk"
Etta. at me In alienee a moment and then replied Seaboard,Or write '
-
pea per S "; SfMcUl by U. *wk thousands were ,j i|Starving Bnsaura
tiinazBtacAm : *, CaattS a..aannd tile coat ton*of a bona I would give Impressively:,"No. I have decided
17 atllaa up not lfn of ber iuxnri n'
acmU of Palai
BLOCK Arc.D rnatEax Gout Carnal.aaw.(tile Beach.piaaapali IM It came to f the poor that .that Instead of accepting so mnchhonor : A. o. MCDONNELL Iss't GeL Pm. a : FH '
laUaa>4 wUttr ,.,...of Soattera>Florida. while they were so suddenly II will wort u I ,.
EEL vt. TLOBH.i.W.M. for.a crust of
Goo hutlac,sating aad Ocu haUla*. bare never worked before I.
bread this spoiled child of fortune waa -work onto F. C. BOYLSTON.
Delray. Florida jr. Pass.
I make that 'A rtijacbowiiie
drinking the woman pay $3 to bear
WILLIAMS. costllea wines eating the 1'' aContractors
I rarest dellcaclea. enjoying ber baths of me sing.

eyAtaw A.W.,:Graham: ; perfumed milk and ,Squandering every 1
,
and day more than wotld keep a hundred HOUSEHOLD HINTS. .
-" Contractor Builder families In comfort '

:Gfti ....lilt BI1I11sc11u SatisfactionGuaranteed. Eouaed to a terrjbja-; anger they besleged Small pieces of cotton batting slightly

her palace aid : breed their way steamed make good dusters that AND Property OwnersIf
..- '.. Into It. with the objectj of should be burned after once }
T jol M. Robbins Let ITU N roar week aad ",--aue* killing a woman Ming.
.- .- ay.' afaiMcaa faiaUtod._ al poMalaa* Iwill ao'beartleaa. I VJthout a tremor Tack little roll of cotton batting cor.ered .;
,,,.' TltuaYw.FlL'; call aa4 aM 7 t.O.b MUaUJla.Mcrritt&KoIb J. Boaaura went from er' room to meet with a dart cloth under the rear you don't want to SAVE MONEY''

>- rney and; Counselor her would be murdefeta, and the mere end of the rocker.:of the chair that we can't help If '
you. do
alght of ber :you come to
*' At Law radians and stately beauty make a practice of;"tipping over."
.$ I so subdued the ringleaders that they The bread can needs wiping out dal e

I pcactlcs la all Coarta,,Suu aa4'RED. lhdasl Real Estate*, Rentals etc.: fell on their knee* kissed the ly. Otherwise crumb will collect and The T. A. McDonald Co.
'
ground at ber teed J f
4 Estate Mavksgea{ these will mold. The moldy crumbs .

M. ,H Are.- C..near 12th St, Miami..Fla.. every But da Nemeaia,., Once was"'t Jlld court official nearer will communicate their fungus to the I' ter,
fresh lane put In, and the whole
will And
: UDS01 had suicide Buy Your
committed her sake,she be contaminated Building Material .
Attorney at, | war condemned to fc b randed and sent I
Expert Typewriter If yon have a Jardiniere of fern be
Into exile, but no exec itloner could be Leaf
rule/ Building Miami Florida Long Yellow
found to do the wofl; i nd. one of them sure to give them plenty of water. A Pine and Cypressof

I ,Repairing sacrificed bis life ralb.> than touch her fern that has become thoroughly dry .
kR.W. B. RUSH. shoulder with the f lqot Iron. When once or twice U practically ruined-at I all kinds

r.. 1 w. c PRESTON. she war summoned.:.fpre the reigning I least It will never have the same old j
i
I BS-mh street,"Ttone 84.denje ., 304 9th St.. duke be too was tah(ulsbed strength again. Are' also sell Lime
P. O. Box 311 and. Instead Brick ((4 kind), Tersest Sash
,._ttJa 8..- of pnnl bln,|b ;.,...: MLA.XI.njuCF.Mullett.M.D. away with present;|ni I |II benediction. I in hot water bottom first aa It will Mouldings and whatever else a builder requires '
Emil A. Ehmann It war his soccefioK Ferdinand de be liable to crack from sudden expan at lowest possible figure.

Medici, who broke t||spill} of this fatal lion .Even delicate glass can be safely 1
.- Architect beauty Eealliing ithat she was the washed very hot water. by slipping It YOU Know Where We Are. 14th Street. Miami. Fla.

-.-' .. ,- greatest enemy to. see! : within blrkiDldom.r la edgewise. -
-'if s ', ';Office: Booms Sand 4 West Palm Beach be 'Issued| ners for her ar Si

:,'L .rrissellBiildlDc ; FloriRoss' QE Hat Bba. was brongUjt (or the last time A Laa.*) !. C. .... I
o' I before Judges wh4 j>rfre proof even Women should be {particular In the It i Y.
.*110a.m.' to IS m. .Stetp.sa.' against beauty .ucJi)4 here, and waapriaonment selection of colon the cdtnblnation of 0. A. Worley .

1! Bestdeeue6le'AyeaueCAJ Awnings sentenced to lifelong I lm and which Is quite a gift Have yon ever Come to the Art Studio

to wear a mask fas doi NI like a skull tried this plan of ascertaining the hrmonWng i ,

,N. TaylorOtftce .. to conceal thejfl had wrought of colors ]Cat a piece one Attorney at Law
ao much j inch,square of the dress good proper .t 1205.l '1207 Are
st' .. I ,For forty yean B oao a suffered this and place It upon a piece of pore white I10X" Twelfth St, Miami Florida a \ ."
Utwceal2aoJI3lbSb.
'' .... -- horrible pnnhmcnihrr! very Jailor trnrnlw paper and one lnh fr-mlt to ---
.5..DADBPHAXSACY. ;.- ", shrlukle'!: from til Jrrlcnlnjrthem. EhnTthU the rixbt, dratr a sa<:u* tb. ems .!?* ,a e n nr 1 i- _. _
s--" .' .1./ ret ? '\Vn-n at u the pattern;; Then look steadily at ....... .609 Areoue D.' Mluai t last she was Ilbe fdand the skull the pattern (upon the left side) for one (Formerly of Miami) tail ,t :"i \ ./ uiiiOoi\ ..a"hllCJo

mask was remov led. minute; then suddenly loot at the
sssaaahUwrint 'fog and
'Mdnriaw. ML shrunken face that to I square at the right and yon will eee a high class of
W Y. Y. J. '
n vl.w-wa.almost {hideous as the the color that will correctly correspond Purchasing Agent j

1 Phyelelan and Surreon mast that- had, so- Ion hidden It to the good* yon trn fancy work made by
L' SpeoUIUt 1 146 Lexington Are., Chicago, Ill, ;

Dntalraa4OnU a .... .... ...... .*.- _

| 8mrir.rT, CrawaI tsrates you To save In bachelor '
space r.
I girl's
,Sq, a.d Bn/rt.Mt t hare made your < I&l4tJae James'
.ft.-.ft.'tonr bedroom the eewlng machine war turned MfS ocottn
censorious. friend; Into a drea.ln g b&U.. :wtitaij cho of erery "---'ptic...
.u.. MCDONALD ttt Glove .Arty 'Port'aiduI Ola Blebxm4 -. "Tea." annreredserenely. i m It bad a flat top and over this was lily commimion r+aid by m r- .
"I fancy I chants with
at a ; whom I deaL Personally
Boronih. placed a good sited board.
; N.. N This was .
; Qty point where say. aa nva (>] the bottom of covered and select ami buy cheaper than See fae Metropolis vetbrerow phota>t' ,
with
uj .bdvtt *e g..rd.a .. A. W.(WELLS;. dMet.wi.l boy. t anything Ibtra which'draped we. In keeping a pretty with pink>the Oil from !':" furniture.. Holiday [order'for -fall aaao Bc ma tav

;: ::_,,far .It-! ,FTartda' wsat"Casalartw- I ,.,J.., ...t.If1{ t' 11.., r SOCHI: rceivr rrnrnt: t'en",.., We fcav* snm fM lOt( wUr I. .>-.'

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TWELVE .THy ;MIAMI METROPOLlSTUEftOAY, DECEMBER 2t 1103.H ,,*
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an acre wl It the cost of shedding .

1 .1QUESTIONS ANSWERED further n< i There are tea to twelvethousand '
f LOFTONJ
pi ts I to the acre and thefia : & EINI6

fruit bring! the neighborhood of

niormatipn of Interest to the Prospective Settler from CO cenll 4 dozen for Red-Spanish 1.M. ti1 r I .-
.
j Concerning Miami and the Southern to 25 centi :a a fa piece for Porto. Rlcoe .

The perceo ag i of plants fruiting depends

-'Portion oi. Dade County. upon (n< care and judgment exercised Have Your Autojrepaired at Lofton

f in t & culture some growers &
Einig. Get your bicycles repaired
suable fruit
having led I In securing

{, J r from 90 t. of the plants In their at Lofton Einig make the
pee we
works ;
]
j 1 eo many inquiries art iJrected: to water sewerage telephone sys- .
C. Metropolis by prospect MtUen I temfree mail dellTery.three newspa. pineries. I
IN ALL QUARTER prices right VERYTHING in
f flF boffiessehers ooacernmG,conditions pen, two national banks, one State Lands m j be purchased from $S or --
.
1 di ing in this part of tae country bank eta It hat miles of beanurur $10 an acre Kg, depending on proximity where our pies have been tasted ..41 the SUNDRY I LINE in Stock. .

t. god the burden of eorresjondence: entailed street of slurs :white stone. It 1s to road ujd shipping point Good tested yen ;,jwffl hear them praised I. -
,
therebyhasyb.ooawlso heavy. practically terminus of the Florida 'There about I
lands on r ekroad| within > miles of heartily. la a knack : piewbIch
t Chat we have attempted la the follow East Coast Railway, for though an extension i i
Miami may behsd for $50 an acre and baking ire have caught per- Columbia
ti; log article summartw. Inch.Information of the road has recently been bicycles at $40. Cleveland bicycles at $40. Rambler bicycles
sometimes |u than that sum for land ctly. '
'' is.most impcrtant, and to built penetrating the farming lands at $40. National
{ _as. ImmedMe bicycles at $40.Cresent| mOO
not y on a road. The same bicycles at to$40.00
..
f. sower the oaestlons mart,1 frequently forty-flTt miles south this Is merelya .. = ,
quality of &i d farther away from OUR Pigswill
It Is by tills that feeder to the commerce of this city. Rent .
caked> hoped peans & your bicycles fromj Lolton AlEinip..
docks transports facilities can, of course, they'll jlvejybu a wheel to suit
S sample'copy of the taper, e* which Here are located the steamship !
? be pnrchas d less.'The land Is bear comparison with evfca the
i if I or unpromising ....
of the
i hmmsreds are sent oaf will. In mosttort P. A O. Steamship Company -: -
a .ppearsnce to those accustomed home ..... :
Jr'eases. the purpose Intended bet- whose lines are operated to Key Westto best of made) And If ypa area -- 1
i : I
he
,p thaa personal letter. Specific !n- Havana and to Nassau Immense i deep rich soils of fair Judge, you will admit oars are.

.h'. "se annstlon* may be obtalned'-by' writing 1, wharves etc., are being projected, to other Sta i, being rocky sandy even better(than "mo 1er'L-1iut 1011won't '
yet result) W be obtained from It '
thereat estate firms keep pace with the vastly! Increased: vnlejw
t any of or Cotter far in the be able to Judge, :you Loftoi&Einig
ec j returns realise*
advertisements appear tat this maritime business: that most follow oa pr
whose give our a trial
'of the harbor, work from the *POr i fertile sections of the
;, taper; and the best way to:become taMl&ar the deepening on I i
country 1 'ert User must be used but
3'' with local conditions progress which Is now actually progressing An OPPoslt Post
Industries -and current happenings, appropriation of 1300ooo"hu been secured the return m we than Justify the ex I JOHN SEYBC LD Officer

pen41turt14.i .
t jrhB eontetnplatlns; removing to thus from the government harbor 44 12 STRlfiSun.l
People energy and Ja4utrr.are
the Florida
reading the DaOySJT improvements-and
necOoa u through i
the weekly KttJ'VpoUa.Ch!; former East Coast Railroad 1s also pledged to heartily ,tjl corned, and the country's Investigate Before
developmen! lelag| practically Just begun -
expend amount. Investing
x :.t ;whleh win be tent to any address a like Thus, ftOO,000 : .
;r at tk* rate of ICOd a y.ar. |L2i for 1s now being used for this purpose andIt there;1 :room for all to reap the meinyporHorn ,
benefits w i ch must ensue aa the .
result
r, .....* months; the Weekly- large Is a moral,certainty: ,that farther appropriations finds Wind Power
of snc ijJQ velopment Capital
i t ...[paper-rbetog malieaW. |LM a win (be secured until the *
here most m table Investment wail
harbor Is In a condition commensurate ,
TMs: THXdTToriniia with Its importance from a commercial labor Is brl demand and well paid. People I Has been adopted by the tst people of' the country as the
> of mo< ejraU means who come hers limas a Tea: II cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who have
Spraq'o of the wDdernM nine geographical and strategical them, they coutf have steam,
and hot
air If
gas too
and buy imall tract of land, make a to if they wanted -
recognised Ton yon it. I handle
standpoint an Importance the best
reached l mill
Tears ap?Be railroad having made and make a
specialty ot this
I modest < set out fruit trees, and business
tkls point.April 15. 1St. Prior to this by public men at the national capital wait and with my pump mechanism that I have just beea
the locationof while ; for these to come,Into granted patent on. I will, guarantee to
: time one store, whose trade was prtn and by an who will study RBAD.- SUN doable the capacity,
bearing < oaagr fa trucking always value and life of any wind mill outfit
this port and Its relation to Insular are Any infringements will
r ctpaHy with the .Indiana.|and a. few fat prosecuted. -.
wlti
American exception successful. 't-
and South commerce, to :
F e scattered families, eking out a precsr-
And this Sects costs less effort than Hut flfoitntcjd weekly papei) ,
IoU livelihood by wrecking and the sal jotting of ;,the vast trade that H. '
t 1 sunnfactnre of coontle.eiarch.. .'were must spring Into existence upon the In other >|rta of the country, while prinUd ka JMkaonrUlsjJandpobUihsd C, PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Florida, m

the only evidences of civilisation. On completion of the Panama canal. the cllmai editions render outdoor .nri "hsjr a. j"

Jnly 2a, ig96. Miami was incorporated A glance! at the map'w111 show them work pos 1|1 In the year, 1f,
with the. ealt1 benefits of such an A.I :.
t t casual observer the possibilities
? a* a city,:furnishing perhaps the only
!
Instance 'on record In which a fall the future hold for the Magic at). open-air a'jthrown in. At the same K. rItWIl Sale of :,
into' SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES I time, pee [who are enjoying health
fledged city came existence. 'witheat ;
first uTlq.been' town. Three Miami has one of the best public u4 mod tfff success In their present cartoons and aD tinTLtt'i l ,
f.. schools In the State, embracing both abode tter stay where they are.
'hundred registered veters are required oths* ptcturesj.Za .
the common and high school There Ih d be weighty reasons to Influence -
to entitle any community]to be called courses.
t- 'a city,.less than' that number constituting The buildings are large and woll renUlated. a |bae to make a move of such cJud. Caffijigeand u

a town. At a meeting held for and there Is a competent corps ImPortaJI ,1 J People who have made L'En 1. r .

a the purpose of. Incorporation: three of teachers A Catholic convent second failures fewher* are not likely to vsful -

:and one-half months, after the first to none In the State Is in full very sac ; here. Intelligence and t't'ed1torfaI '
operation giving Instructions to Loth industry essential to good for- pha Work 1 -
train reached _lIlam1, 3U totes were Horses
.vast. The nhsmomenal growth of thusearly sexes There are also private schools. tune her any other part of the look after attsj&tioa.that I'

period AM .been sustainedthroughout a musical conservatory, and art school, globe] I 1u I need I P
U It I e to
that educational need engage In general
the elfht years. of the city'sVttory. so every may
s 7 be supplied There are about thirty farming raising of wheat corn WAD, JWGrI i, FACnutwaurCurvxB fl

POPULATION.Zro. flourishing lcl1ool.'Ja the county. or oats, jftesxhes. apples, grapes or 1 8

Miami has at present a resident popmlatlbn Every religious denomination Is rep other put. of the temperate zone s f ?)

s of_between fOOi[Hand (000. lathe resented, and jthe following ,hare one mua It his lot some hundreds of .

,winter months this population Is handsome church; buildings: Presbyterian miles to a north and accept the cold -unIf I have rece yed a car. of fine

t. augmented tiT'.the addition of, thousands Episcopalian!: Catholic, M. E. that II = of the legacy of lands. I '

of visitors, mostly of) the wealth Church, II. E. Church, South, and where t .1 things can be grown yea pry to read this! ,;per Too, horses, and anyone interested

lest eJauea'who eome :jto 'enjoy-the Baptist NeIther UUs stock raising country. ead4 read TIm Sufi tine, -
p There f ho fence law," which Is a I' can inspectU.L.
Ideal climate and the finest fisting In .SOILS AND PRODUCTS I' Wtnour '
the world To'.accommodate these The principal! Industry In this section great to the settler of ,limited .JmMT'

"Visitors--there art numerous hotel is'I the growing of fruits and winter means, id] there ,is very little livestock
"' I I earr. < country Oa the other Juatvm .
tad boarding 'bouea'cpa1 among ] jfor the Northern .wrtteaarW.it McN.eiiJFifteenth :I
'which it the stately Hotel Royal Palm kets Tomatoes form,the staple crop, I hand If 5 I ; desired to engage lathe

;- and the grand Dew Halcyon HalUwthaonncenti but there are large quantities of other I culture citrus fruits, pineapples, TaI t U you lL.cnr,

ba size| graadeor and ae"toommodating''facilities vegetables .grown,I such u'tomatoea. rloa ,plcal,t or semitropical fruits,! : .

1 f ;."-..T egg plant pepPert: eus etc. The i the rroof vegetaoles at the sea-' I ; i
son of ear when another No need= to send to or
parts
-extends front about f.acbfm11I1e
; The population Is cosmopolitan ev- October planting 1 seasop to January IS and the bulk 'of the Inn ry are In the trip of winIsV elsewhere for wedding[inviti tions, an- Street West of Avenue D. -
1 state to the'tfoloa?furnishing 1U '
sjvery_ ;
tn, th clon offers decided advantages Donncements or fancy It&uoberr. The .1
quota of representatives. 'An tnsdet4lrsb1e = of the shipments are.sent North from
althoaih 0 uy other portion of the Metropolis Is prepared to do this work I Miami |
i foreign element $is unknown. November until May, there Fla.
fn latest style. W hereto ,
United the very i are
CLUUTB being practically no.411fereDet lathe. r r -, r. _
satltfactli I
guarantee n.
you
Writing. from penonal. experience, seasons seeds=may be planted or vegetables I 1 I l"
after visiting California tad other sections gathered any day in the year! -, ---- :;..!

a where climatic conditions are Vegetables are grown usually on'the J

considered at, their best."we can unhesitatingly -. prairie lands, :which are free 'tron* nil. F. S9ruggs| Co. [ :
Umber kind .
say that Miami has the. most I and art composed of a of MY.. SPBCI

perfect wb1ter climate In'the United mart. I LTY, i
States. _Cold Is almost unknown;even Fruits are grown on p1l1e'lands,I Plumbing Steam
the slightest frost being very: rare. which are slightly higher than the! ,, II .

y The warmth of lum ::1er'Sa tempered prairies, and in this section very rocky and Gas. Fitting

by the cooling breezes from,the.At This rock Is a peculiar coral formation i \

antic, and they; highest temperature containing a great Seal .of plant food' J. A. DANA:
PLUMBERS SUPPLIES
u evidenced by the fact that In many ETC.
,recorded by the government thermometer 423,I Ir st.. wen,tr. ,
< places.orsnge and other fruit trees are .
during: the summer months Is ..U.o
HEALTH to be seen bearing thriftily though lb 816 Avenue D : : : Miami. Flat

The city:rinks "among the first in apparently standing on a.solid plateof.

the TJalted States In point of health .WI rock. Being 'of a.porous or II I .

There Is entire freedom from malaria,I honeycombed structure the roots of I -

A: and there are no.p'e vaillag. diseases.", the trees are enabled to; penetrate;it I Atlantic Coast Ln, i a

Aos ailments which are common to and draw ample sustenance from what M. J.
I Yarborough
.an parts of the country seem'to behers wenld appear to be a very unpromising I THROUGH SCHEDULE

robbed.In part,of their power, asthey source. This'rock, by the way,! ,

nsnslly appear In .a:mild-form makes a beautiful and Jnrable'xbnllo>i Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina! Contractor and 'Builder

sad rarely leave the bad, effects which Ing material, and the new court house and South Carolina a
"
follow- lathe' wake of like diseases1sewbere and Jail, as well as several residences 11lida.The of Travel between Builder o[ the Palm Beach Hotel ,
Scarlet fever and .diphtheria In the city, built of' this stoneware: great Highway I

_,are, unknown, while typhoid much admired by all visitors. It also! House Moving a Specialty,
fever is rarely heard oC.. It la a deslr- makes the finest road material "the '
I'i'and and \West. North. aijd d South
s, able place for.. those suffering from world and Dade county leads ail others Flo ,. the East Miami, Florida

tang troubles,, asthma, catarrh and In the State la mileage 'and condition I

r 'similar '&euea'wblch' are prevalent: of her highways. '

;' ,tested' The fruits cultivated :are: 'chieflygrapefruit CoDY Oent Service, Elegant Pullman Eqalpm oranges, and :pineapples, .j .
.r ,
Ii
II DUNHAM I THE r
.- and have been cured or greatly benefited. guivaa.-; mangoes,.avocado,pears and I ; .* \ CANOVA,

.Of course, this Is not the cue limes sire largely produced but bf!=c Ro 'pI the ) DIXIE FLYER -'

In every Instance, ,People die herefss:: ] indigenous! to the country, they thrive: .el I FLORIDA D WEST INDIA {LIMITED Miami i Decorating Compan

they do everywhere else No country with little or no.cu1UnUon. .Citrus I FTra!. rated ( MONTGOMERY, L. AND N.

,au yet_ been discovered where people trees wU require from three toflT: G =lose end Sign

are..fmnUJIe.from. death and disease. years after plan"Dc'to, produce. fruit n l

q= At the sam,time..It.mar be.truthtuly Pineapples! .'which-grow' ,on,a 'plant 'COX VEXIEXT;METHOD OF TRkVFLi.G I

{ .said that the conditions tending: somewhat'resembling"the cactus; >nu "ill .e.Coast Line one thousand mile tickets good. over 15,000 Mies of rail. Palntin.g

lo general healthfulness are as favor- which are propagated setting slips M ad 'bracing all portions of rt Sootb,on sale at all principal agencies,a'tate
t$2 5 each. Limited to one year from date of piircUne. or full, com-
gable as tn any.section of the country, or'suckers'bear; ; 1t- ID' 18 months I 0
thll'teeUoa 'det f4In. nd reliable Information.regardineratesscbedulesl'nllma servlce.ttc. Paper Hanging and Kaisomlnirig'Agency
said far more so than In most afterplanting la tars ;Write '

-;. THE Cl'n'B rUTL'BB are grown in the open, there being- Frafl lj d. Bovlston, Dirt. Pass. Aft..- W. D, Stark Trsveilnf Pass.Agent Peat's Wall Papers.,

'. ,.;: <;: ; ;'Miami possessei"an. modern. eoavea- necessity for.protection.from cold.;an'' : .18SV, Bay Street Jacksonville: F',. Estimates .
Can
..,', ;:: ''.there'Is thus a"saving of .boat'tU$ ', rra rtOJiT.IB.Ka. :: > aa e" "T. J.-Crai ,Oea'l P IHn ; ..
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