The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00929
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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!]VOL3, 0' .4$, J: :urrIIAMI.. _,__FLORID__ WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 27I905.: : I l: Price 5 ,Cents', .+





Birthday of C t to al Robert E. Lee to be Made Memorable py South*rn a
Harrison, allegro well Cross C 2 riter U. D. C.-Will Decorate Local !(Veterans With Mr. C. H. Bradley agent of theF.

1 known to the police was arrested this Crosse f Honor and Present Bannera-The;Veterans Infir E. C. Railway and the P. ft O. .

.morning by Deputy. Sheriff Gore and I i Will Deed to Daughter In Perpoctua Plot Steamship Line in this city received I
'To'President of United States, l lodged in jail on the charge of breaking Presented Them by Tre City of Miami 1 the following telegram this morning They were Merchants Trust ,Co. '
and entering and larceny. from Mr. C. L. Myers: general manager I
Congress and Members of I of the latter line with headquarter ,.American Savings Bank and
I Harrison is believed to be the partyor I
There are th aye that are observed federac)'. of thll city propose an a dl- at Key rest:
Florida of the parties who have been Mechanics Bank
Delegation., one ed by the Soi f I with sacred rev- lion to the usual exercises comme orating "Am adv'sed: that the quarantine restrictions Savings -
: {; entering and robbing residences In erence. The re the 19th of Jan- the day I by a presentation of : Havana and Florida: were
Nrt this city the past several nights. Last nary;' the 2(6t f April. and the 3d of crosses of honor and a banner to he removed today Give publicity." t
,j. night the Southern Hotel was entered June. veterans of Tlge Anderson Camp U. Havana eve since the appearanceof I

''ARE SOUQT1N6 AN the thief awaking* the occupant of The first of e4e event U the birthday C. j y! yellow feve In Florida early In the OYERIOANS WERE :
one of the rooms I striking ama"tchI11d of Gener i! 1 :obert E. Lee; the Besides this the section the middle past summer,has maintained a quarantine -
{i! ADDITIONAL'ND by which he was seen and recog second Memo al 1 Day, consecrated to circle In the Miami Cemetery-i against th s state and all person I MADE ON DISCOUNTS

nized. The matter 'wu reported to the memory 0 ih dead of the Confederacy cently donated jto.the veterans by he ,entering there had to remain In quarantine I -
Y '* the authorities and Harrison's arrest and th it Ird the birthday of city will be deeded by them to he I, for five: days before they 'were I
followed. He denies guilt the only Pres ea: of the Confederacy Southern croe'ChaPter.' U. D. C. laperpectna. permitted to land. This has militated

Besides th1!* attempted burglary several Jefferson sOn and[ the Daughters of he I considerably! against Cuban travel up .y
:for Completion of Harboi Work other rooms were entered last the fit c : these events; the Confederacy keenly alive to alt his to the present time but now that the Said to be Cause of the Failures,
night;' but nothing of any material birthday of 11 ral Lee. Southern means, will accept and hold this rift I restrictions have been removed It Is

'which- ,will Give- Miami. Deep value stolen. All of the entrances. so Cross Chapte ,'fn ittghters of the'CO t as a sacred trust.j expected there wm be a perceptible which Created ,Excitement
-' far made were effected throng on Increase In the travel to that Island
:1' Water-Will also Endorse Feds Merchants Trust Co. Owed Depositors
locked doors and window. showing : through Florida ports. .
,eral Building Project, :, the perpetrators' to be-amateurs or PROTE CERTIFICATE $605,000.
what are commonly called

_.,.iJ A, pedal meeting.of the Board of RUSSIA MAKES A -I JI, Washington Dec. 27 -The navy department Memphis Tenn. Dec. 27 Three ;
of thl
-ii-ria4. has Deft, called for tonlttt by BOMBASTIC BRAG { ha* received r brief dispatch! city1 Institution! fatted :
..President Brown'for thet purpose>> of l, from Puerto Plata. San Domingo announcing to open their doors today. They

-...tatting action ona? memorial to the St. Petersburg Dec. 27- An Inspired And Remain )n France-Cant Tavel in two Months. Says theM the departure of the gunboat were the Merchants' Trust Co. with a
the'TJalted" :States the j Dubuque for Monte Christo. No details capital stock of 1200.000 the American
1 President, of statement in The Store today say Ico-McCall Secures and Presents StatementII' ; -
f[Congress of the United States and the that the government expects the revolt -' of her mission have been receive. Savings Bank and Trust Co. and' a"

'members*, of the Florida. delegation In, Moscow to be considerably From Much Desired Witness. .!. the Mechanics' Savings' Bank, smaller

.,';thereto urging aa-additional'appropriattoa crushed within four days. The duration -II' concerns and allied with the first named

tl. for M the purpose .of carrying on of the uprising Is explained by __ P' .2 RUSSIAN OUTLOOK Institution.The .
:and:completing-the 'work now underway the small number of troops available. I DIFFICULT TO DESCRIBE notices of closure were signedby

la the harbor of BIscayne Bay. Fresh troops hare now arrived and New York Dec. 27 John C. ,Ke-, Mr. McCall sail he asked Hamilton President Felix T. Pope of the =
?with .the' ultimate 'object',of making the'end Is said.to be very near. Call secrets of the New York Life for his,check books but he retailed! Odessa. Dec. 27-The actua. uutlook Merchants' Trust Company and saying: '
,Miami a deep water port to give them up because con is difficult to describe now that th that all three of the concerns bad goo*'
Insurance C igpany who a few days
(: Beside* this It 1* also probable that t' tained records of private businesi.: He train service Is cut off beyond Sehmer into liquidation by order of the board
pith Board will' unanimously' I endorse PRESIDENT MORALES ago return k from Europe where be secured a statement Ilton Inka, SL Petersburg and Moscow an. of directors and that,John p.. EJmond- '
3.:the efforts:of the Miami bar In tecnr1 PUTS UP SCRAP 1 went to get ; accounting of money and this was placed In evidence. the frontier are Isolated. The pos son bad been appointed receiver."f

1,lag the ertctJoa.beor. of, a.substantial .ainl1red A f.. Hamilton was the aad telegraph departments are work :The cause 'of the suspension of'the rAi
,"'government building' and,which ha New York. Dec. 27 A cablegramto first .ltl1es efore the Insurance Investigation t lag again .but it quite uncertain hove ,,:Merchants' Trust Co. Is sa'd! to be due
.met with"the unanimous' approval and the Herald from Puerto Plata dY'th.t his M ;, morulng.M I CHARLES YERKES STREET i Song they will continue In operat'onsince 1 i to over loans on discounts. The suspension "-
indorsement of every lawyer and bus- the'cabinet troops who were sent McCa I.-Id that he taw Hamilton RAILWAY PROMOTER D ING fresh strikes are declared daily of the three Institution caused ; r
man Individually, In the city. In pursuit of President Morales who 111 Fran f and that the latter wu I and a general strike is expected at! I little excitement ."

.:Thl*,meeting portend much to the fled from Santo Domingo Monday, encountered seriously Il! lougb able to walk about New York. Dec. %Charles T rkea.t any moment. Popular sentiment far{ Owed Depositor $605,000

i.i future welfare,.progress.anti .develo the President with sixty Mr. McCal 19 resented a Phrllclan'.1 t ors a speedy finish of the disorders -I New York. Dec. 27- According to
; t,the street railway financier is lying I
f -.went of Miami J.D4.In order to give men near San Crlstobol and exchanged statement crlblug the recent statement the Merchant ;'
that It Is ness and It that the patient could at the point of death at the W Idorf- The BoaM of
'the: project as strong an endorsement shot- The dispatch says lnf ( Trade will hold an Important 'I Trust Company of Memphis TeniL, +
y' lj possible; a fnU; attendance of mem- rumored Morales was wounded In the not ul1dert J an ocean voyage inside f:Astoria. His wife'son and daughter meeting tonight. All 'members which suspended today, owed. Its de- f
Pllbers: honld be oa hand. leg.'' two months ,are at his bedside awaiting tbt end. should attend. I| I Iposttors: $605.000.CHINESE .



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T HYPODERMIC Those w II Passed from one Section and one ,Grade to Another ALL FOREIGNERS ARE AP-

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i'A prirat*-cablegram received,la the Probably appreciating .the fact that J The toll wing" I I* the promotion W Tiliman Vaught Pauline Moore' Helen The opening session of the annual Pekln Dec. J7- The most conservative .

.a this morning'from.Key aest,'announce Dr.'J. N.' Taylor I* about one of the of the .Mi!ml Public School for the Kaufmann Cedric Frombergei, Josethine State Teachers' Association wlU be and best Informed foreignersJ

r. .: the- -death- ,. .,'of,"Mr." Jerry Fo-' most obliging and ,generous fellows first, term :i''5-'0d. Every pupil front ("aao,.. Irene Sawyer, Vivian hell jtt fie ."."..-<...i '-'-"t st I S agree In expressing apprehension

: :garty,., one of Us oldest'and moat highly that one 1:* apt to meet up with, a grades on< Ito I eight whose name appears Carey, Goldaby Westerkamp Rutty o'clock and< though a number of teach- the constantly growing Irritat'on. ot 4

'f't respected citizen during last night sneak thief last night proved to the hat den promoted to the next: Baker. Ml'dred! Gibbons Edith Pent era are expected to be: present the the Chinese against foreigner, whichfor .'
,.." ,Mr. Fogarty, had been,.manager,of doctor that he Is not the only ""pebble months has been gradually spread
f class ahoy The high school student Tbelma Morgan. Ruth Blackwill, Le- greater majority of educators to the
'. ;w!liam Curry1 Son for many year on the beacV'when It comes to I InK throughout the country.
convention will In before tonight
are not ad faced until the end of the roy Rowe Mary Morford Sadie GrifBn. not get The chief promoters male students
attack are
tome.time suffered an
'and ago, "doing to others. as you would be done :
'of dlabetf*. The disease worked down year and t ie''[names. are given only to and tomorrow moraine: when educated abroad and the newspapers .,
.. by. It'' Grade !
4 I-: \into his lower limbs and a few Jay Dr. Tarlor resides at his office and show the t Bk In class.The 2. Section B Henry Cppptng- 'h"y w'l! participate !to the balance.of I are conducted by Chinese who

-%t qo O11e' of his' feet-was amputated. 1 drug store on Avenue D. and last night nex jffrm begins January 2. 'at er, Katie Dean. John Matthews!. Anna the program I were educated In the United States 2

''rbis. 11.* said?: was' the Immed'ate_ some sneak thief entered h's room by 8'IS. The will be a beginners' class MarStantnn,Viola ProutJU'lsonj/ Jones. The convention will open tonight and Eumrr.Fir. 4"M
(death. raising a window. The doctor's trousers and all si pears of age may enter Howard Backus, Lucy PI\chforde with music by the BIscayne orchestra. '
;t' ;Mr. Foparty was well known In"this were secured and taken outside on there but should not enter after the Barnette Boyd. Cecil :\Iatthersl] Nellie after which the Invocation will be delivered M at Machine ShopA

;sty and'ha*'surviving relatives living the porch. There they were ransacked first weekGrade: : Coats Joseph HovelrhruJ.Robert Hen- by Rev. Dr. Farls. slight Ire at Lotion a: Etagsmathice J

..e ,Jn this! count,...' He wa a man of ex' and about $2 In change taken from 1 !ftion AAndrew Flowers dry Egbert Munroe, Fern Lltt BeckW.th Following this w::11 come the address : chop on me south side of the'
.'r: emplary habit and" business tact and his purse Carri }>emPie,.. Estehe Canova, Hewitt. Tessa Mil's! Ethel Jackson of welcome on behalf of the city l(of river at 3.35 o'cilck this afternoon called -
'" Hazel Sll< )Jk. Me Lowrin Bow Leila Dora Rockner., Freng Hov lshrud. Miami Hon. Mitchell D. Price who :
hi, *. death. will be. a severe, blow to the The doctor Is short and fat and on out the lire department caused lone
L <.community' la which be resided- .and. 'that account his trousers were prob- May Myrtle Glenn. Annie! Grade 3, Section B. Marie Lea. will be" Wowed by Prof. W. W. Hall.I !and tiresome Vowof **a lire whistle

: was bert bOWL ab'y a mlflt for the would-be perpetrator Reid. Yin: Finder Eric Albnry. Grove Hopper Marlon McCOurtney, principal of the Miami High School. : and created: ma'h exc'teirent.!
Thief wa obliging "" and he left them on the porch. Annie r, Mina Base, Lawrence Loa Blackwell. Llllie Hopper Ruby who will respond on beha'f of >the !', '- ,
*' t"hsuB1 r| Rennie Veil-!! yineenr. Either McCourtney.j Maui lexchers of Dade county. I wire W. M.
Additional DetailsAfter' But this is not all;. be was careful la i: Hoioway. state superintendent -
the above had been written handling the doctor's. hypodermic case Grade l11! Section -Olive' )McGwln Johns. Gretchen Hand.Lucille'Ihlgpin. ''j After Prof. Hall' response there,|i of public Instruction with
"; the'MetropOlis- reeelve&the foUonrln and left That on a barrel where It Reese Ads, Willie Moore. FlorenceWibarton. Philip Vaught. Paul Hamilton Charles wn be other musical selections I by headquarters at TaHaaassee; Prof.An1 ..

: telegraph from Key West: I....",1" >. ef.dIy! discovered/which was 3tther Shields. Lois Rogers Stelnhanser. Myrtle Ramsey ; .Bessie.. the BIscayne orchestra, when J. tV.UM'1 ':"1'drew 91M nrtnrtrol of the Fart For1 -
')1.' : Jt.ntmb lnertv.M.of; Key frittr* ,i,, rvirtnr Tuv'or aro. *'11'' Acme Chrutenien.Us McC'ml Flowers,I _........c. vvi'.Ue Sc-i: "Li, ',. r .... ........"'....._t ne "'.1'-wen. { .. "-,"..- v .... nI tt'I't.: V:. Y YLi.
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fe 4h est's most t4kMd and respected cit- morning and found that a midnight Intruder \\.w1.fl.'i..; 1haJyx l. {.;;.sleetiftY : c. o /> : r,1, 1 r:::;::;t i i |i 1 i :iarc. eaprrintcndent cf the Deaf
'risen!! *. died lasf feht at >o'clock.' The bad been around. Harrison. bonus Thlgpln. John MeIforford. -I Leila Thigpen, Msrr'ierite I Brown.I, The annual address of President A'I j land i Blind Institute at Augustine;
Immediate cause of death was dbetl Lain. Fre, Charles Monroe. Hey wood TVfcver.Magsle Robens. GII.I+ A. Mnrphree will close the evening's ]I Prof. R. B. Rutherford principal of
J. Three:day ago Mr.'.Fogarty- took-'ta i. i'"; lt! fits, the be.t'that can be Graao 1 Suction C- .' llilp o**>vr, bert Coac/iwnn.wacnie/ :; !:auil>,,'n. 1I program. when an adjournment rill ]j I i the public schols. 'St. Augustine; A.

':?,his bed. when. It was found necessary(made at Seybold' Bakery. to 24 B. Dverta.. Sharp. Lucile Ross, I Grade 3. Section 3- ( I be taken until 9 o'clock tomorrow ,M. C. Russell, county superintendent
td.amputate the left leg between he .. .- I Hmld Gr ibam t Minnie Mary Graham Bryan Padgett. Leola Adams Win. morning !' Brooks vllle; Prof. A. A. Mnrnfcr' ,,
e'e24. ara4. tA. irooe: !'"be'ff..;.ni ...', > !.;" ] ''!1 111'1"1" Cffr. Clyatt 1 .lnejr.Slkes. 2fer'tP McAllister. Mary Hamilton. .Ramona : T'-" !>*''!sr".v! -f t"" t"thcl"l, "1"- prtzI.ICStcrtb.: : ::;.ci is *,. Aa. .nrt."t.+r.,

'ly:decomposed.. Ar. 'orgarr yrat,, .'!!O wl-lelv known I MII. pierlte Houser, Otis Bun-I Itusreci. tucy1eptercamp .CharlesVcrnca .I II In< this morning went. to the hotels Tallahassee; Prof. W.. E. Knlbloc.Dr. ;
'i'!r Fagzrs: : "i I :wt.S ,tI114-lthrmi>*oiit the 'oDlnji wu.1a' account I", !.. TRo Iflooney,., Hannah demon, j I dS ..... .Vcaver.Tonjmle Tuck- I !1't: later In the day were placed I ate I rlltI"1t1: n" "c s '\nrot 1.<:l' I''r'I: S'i
Jenly as It did 1* a terrible chock to of.his being the representative Lyda )1&11r.., ; ..- "ii,.. Ha"n'It"i. Onssie C iSptnan, d'ffertat! res'.Ienws by the reeep-I S. L. Berry, Lake City and many' '

-'the,community. Deceased had a wide t of L'oyd for the 'past thirty years.I Grade 2 +ieetion A Faith Mul'ett While Stanton. John Budge,! Bruce lion committee. Among those of Mast other of prominence Including a number
;;0elm. of friend thrughout'tax. state He was sixty years of age. ,Frederic Suliner. Catherine Strnnk Continued on Page 3 j prominence coming In this morning of women. '
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! /The most Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S.


I, a see our display of

i O.i Test 1IJ Xall..............15.00 I Three Months..................$L2 '' Useful and Ornamental

; IlK Months..................... *oliO One we kby Carrier......... ..30i l k NEST EXHIBIT, OF CITRUS }


i Advertising Rates made known on application. Presents

Land Department of the Florida I .f
" stg! and 434 Twelfth Street Opposite the Court House. )East Coast Railway captured thehIFest
;. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1905 award at the St. Louis ex-
" .1.1Ii po Ulon for the best exhibit of citrus Our Line 1
t is Complete and the
' f Us and pineapple. Mr., J. E. lngra-
(' MONEY AND MEN. t'third
h vice president! of the F. '

*:, E Ry., and commissioner of the Prices are low 4

la|| department Is In receipt of a .
Diehard A. McCurdy as president of the Mutual Life drew US .OOO a -
diploma! from President
Francis, of
.f ;year. McCall, of the New York Lfe! drew $100.000 Even the Frenchy th|| Louisiana Purchase Exposition Rugs, Matting, Linoleum, Reed .
f"' little Mr. Hyde, of the Equitable. drew 100000. None of these was worth ,
awarding the
sold medal
and In no other business In which ,ability and worth areproperly and Willow chairs Sideboards .
f the salary paid to|!be Florida East Coast Land Department ,. 3
estimated could any of them command or earn such sums as they
f for IU exhibit. The diploma.
requiring long training study and experience China Chairs and
t. received. Men In positions whiph: Is handsomely engraved, reads Closets, Dining

or great learning ant large ability receive no such salaries as were paid! as follows: '

1 r these Insurance grafters. Admiral Dewey' salary is $13,500 a :year. Gen. I Tnited States of America Tables, Beautiful oak Bed Room J

f Chaffee, Chief of Staff of the Army, receives! 11000. Admiral Too's sal Universal!
Exposition St. Louis Suits Book Cases.Chiffoniers and
-try la only $3.000 The commander of a battleship receives $3,500 a year,, DCCCCIV Commemorating the' da .

lI:, and co doe a Colonel In the army. The Viceroy of India head of the Government I acquisition of the Louisiana Warbrobes in fact everything to

: of 300.000.000 people, receives $75,000 a year. The President of I Territory ,

the United. .States get $50,000. A cabinet offlcers's pay In $8,00 a year Thj :International Jury. of Awards has make home beautiful comfortable

.t That of a Senator or Representative 5000. The salary of the Chief Justice conferred a i

of the Supreme Court of the ;.raited States U $13.000 a year, while the J Gol.lIedal ..rS

Associate Justices receive $12.500 each.' I Upon'
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Long of study and experience are required to produce a leadingeJucator. Florida East Coast Railway Land .
We have them in tall sizes and
Eliot Harvard, receives \ : ,
Dr. of
t / The dean of college presidents Department

,10,009'a The average pay of co'lege professors is $2,000. Some ]Citrus Fruits and Pineapples '
: year.
r 't'r{j' kinds. Wood coal oil or
gaso0 _
!7- are paid as high as $4.000 In Cornell and a few as much as $6,000 In Columbia : V. Skiff. ;i V e s
: Harvard and Chicago.A of Exhibits
line. 150 oil heaters;marked lowFull
f' few ministers hi rich churches are paid at high as 10000. The Pttor G David Francis, !

alary of ministers Is oftener from $2,000-to 3000. The salary of an }> [ Louisiana Purchase Expo- xS

Episcopalian Bishop ranges from $3.000\ to $12,500. A Methodist Bishop )ition Company. .
t: s; ;; I i
derek! W. Taylor,
receives SCOO. '
i Emerson who wrote his name high -up and Indelibly, lived on $1,000 chief of the Department of Hortl.1 line of Japanese hand painted Vases: =
a year. The list might be extended to great length and made to Include .1 culture.
statesmen warriors, prelates, scientists, teacher and men of genius high Walter B. Stevens : I Cake Plates Salad Dishes etc. j t tCall ts

accomplishments or great ability in the world of thought and achievement.The Secretary" ti
matter of salary does not seem to measure a'man's worth or ability. will be framed and will find a i
pile In the once the and! Inspect the goods no trouble fo show them.
"r" A base ball prayer may receive as much as a United States Senator, and a of department.

prize fighter more than the President of the United States. An insurance A |11i? tter accompanying the, diploma

"" president has received ttree times as much while a bank robber has been stated that the medal Is In process of ,

known to acquire six times as much In a single night std t ping' from a special die at the t
: J rnlfed! States Mint and that It will

beforwarded as soon as finished. I
: SANTA CLAUS. fila| prize was wrested from corn J, J. W. Watson
pe |lo; rs from all parts of the citrus ,

rvti| [growing sections and Is the

Many years ago the Editor of the New York Sun received: this letter, stLb gent testimony of the superior- j

which with the Editor's reply, bears repetition after repetition: tjjjipf: the fruits of the ,Florida East 'h 'PP

:' "Dear Editor: I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say; there Coy st The splendid exhibit of the I",. ,
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,;. la 110 Santa Clans Papa says: "If you see It In the Sun It's so." Please FlOrida East Coast Railway has 1-. 1 'HMISSOURI --- -- -- -- ,

tell me the truth. 'Is there a Santa Claus? broI1iht Q j, 'It. own reward and this en- MUSIG NqTESTickets INSURANCE MASSACRE IN CHINA\ ,
r CA$OPENS. Dont assist In the massacre of the
"Virginia\ O. Hanlon. t1 Ir section wil share In the benefits

And here 1* what the EJltor of the Sun wrote: ac ruing from the same. ,American' missionaries In China; but
are on sale at Blscayne Drug
?*Virginia: Tour little friends are wrong. They have been affected by t Jefferson City Mo. Dec| 27- The be true Americana and patronize

skepticism of a skeptical age. They will not believe what they see. Co, today for the cone rt for the State hearing In the case of theN, w Tork i the Miami Steam Laundry who will -

.. FLORIDA ORANGESWere Educational Association at the AudItorium give yon better work and better
"Tea. Virginia, there U a Santa Clans. He exists as certainly as love f' Life Insurance Company against State

and generosity and votion exist, ant you know that they abound and on Friday even!ng of this week Insurance SuprotendentW! ; D. Van- vice than any other place in town.

liT. to
i-' the world If there were no Santa Oaus- It would be as weary as If there I|II| Holidays Franklin Coleman Bush and Miss from enforcing his order revoking the Miami Hiirtaing ParlorNow

i were 'no Virginia. There would be ao, childlike faith then, no poetry, no I Tallaferro of the Conservatory faculty. I license of the company, came up be- Own

romance, to make tolerable this existence. We should have no enjoyment, JVJth a short crop of apples, and the t .fore Judge E'mer: B. Adams, in the First CUM hrvloe by

except In sense and sight The eternal light with which childhood fllli Florida orange crop variously estlmat- Miss Erma Xlmanles is reported ill Federal Court today. Mr.: Vandlver ANNIE E., HENDERSON "
1= with a s'Uht cold She is a brfchtlittle GraduM of lh.N.Y. HaimraMlar School
M: the world-would be extinguished. eJft'CO' to 75 per cent of last year I was represented by; Attorney General J.:
ZM Uik M. em N.T.Barberihop. Call a<4 mSPl\
i- "Ton might get your papa to hire men to watch In an the chimneys growers, snipers and dealers all antic- student In the dramatic depart Hadley.; F. W. Lehman and John W.

i 'on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Clans, but even If they did not see Santa IpI/kci a h'ghly profitable'season. The ment and we hope, she Will soon recover. Wood and the New York ,Life Insur-

@; Clam coming down what would that prove. Nobody sees Santa Clans. irtj. II 1 few' week were profitable the I ance Company was represented by a The Minneapolis
!t ,The most real things In the ,world are those that children not men enrt 'ubply being no greater than the de- Numerous beautiful I Christmas gifts: number of prominent Eastern lawyers. ,
sea Nobody can conceive or Imagine all the wonders that are unseen Mrs'E. A. Rouen !
'< mnd; but during November and the were received by the faculty from the
anJ unseeable In this wor'.d. Ton tear the baby's rattle and I r
may 'N.
fi IrH week In December prices gradually students BOXING TOURNAMENT New House., Furniture-Open |
, see what makes the noise Inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen
|Declined until they began to show The Christmas entertainment given IN McKEESPORT for the season. Board by the, Jay or "
p world which not,the strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the hea.ty looses. Various eek. ''
Northern Cnlslne.
causes might
by the pupils of the Musical Kindergarten >
strongest men that ever lived could tear apart Only faith fancy, poetry,
1(given for this
among them the wa* much enjo -ed by all. The J
;( loe.and romance*can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal that Northern McKeesport Pa- December 27- A ::7 7th Street Miami. r... ;'
faft California navels parents were very of the mannerin __ __ _
t beauty and glory beyond.' Is It real? Ah, Vlrgln'a: In all this both proud big boxing tournament under the aus- J 9
were early and fine and took a which the children sang and p'ayed. I
world there is nothing so real and abiding.: .''of the Florida p'cts of the McKeesport Athletic Club -
par again The Audition exercises were a surpriseto
"No Santa Claus! Thank Cod he lives and he lives forever! A thous- 'from' will be held at the Co'lseum this eve-
rji ,t some sections In Florida a'l.! Ice cream anfl other refreshments 1 1I
;- and years from now Virginia\ -nay, ten times ten thousand years from now well! clng All the local start including r
carry and sold In this were'served. j
: ha will continue to make glad the heart of childhood. j I George Slmro. Mike! Jordan. William!
tlBIIOt markets as low as 11.%:> to The Fanny Mendel! sobn Club hada I
I I Ca'lahanJack Simeon and young Britt
.! box delivered or 25 centstfn Christmas party on aturday. Games I
What Christina !left undone to the purses of Miamlans the circus completed cents less than it should have were played and refrei ihments served.All "'11 take part in the vary is> matches.TO Ads .f

.. in apple pie order. btnjught f. o. b! Florida. The-out- : I
reported a very e oyable time.
,began to appear quite gloomy IMPROVE 'THE : II .
Next Tuesday.; January 2, the exodus or flight if tourists southward, f;I Northern California! fruit began I PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD

sad to Florida, will set in In full' Vast and shortly; thereafter the "L nJ t up." aDd Southern Californiaserved Subpoenas were ser ed yesterday on I I That..1

of Flowers' "" l'-l be overrun with the man and mad! seeking pleasure, recreation tobe late. This gave Florida the Trustees of the Internal Improvement ,1
Plans Made for Expenditure AmountIng
'- and sport so abundantly; and diversely furninned on every hand. ali| >Iendld opportunity to bid for the Fund in an !tnjitnrlon suit I II

s h, '(day trade. This was taken full brought: brought: against the Trustees I to $18.0CO 000 : .

agpntape of. We might add. too of the Internal Impro rement Fund of ,
write 1906 you.-will have to do It this time week.
Learn to next
that gains! in Florida prevented pack- Florida by the Tallah issee Sontheast- Philadelphia. Dec 27 The Board I I'I Pay 1

'nJlthe firsI'of last week. This haaniaJe era Railway Company which seeks to 'I of Directors of the Penney vana! Railroad i

;, The press of the State very generally discuss and,proclaim that crimes a shortage of oranges for the enjoin said Trustees j from rtl'poslnzberwlse has been ca'led to meet here this Ij I

too great in Florida and one and all contend for a more rigid enforcementof ht Ijlay trade and shippers could not I i of., paying ont or o appropriating j afternoon to consider plans j for ex'en-j {

the laws and more vigllence on the part of the authorities In supportingIt. b Ctu to supply the demand. As a resn any money n iw In their custody ';'sive Improvements of the system.wh'ch i iI ; The object of advertising l'

Murderers and criminals must go. it:I' !all markets are on the demand. or control arisin r from the sale I will necessitate an expenditure of''! !is to sell goods. Your ad '!

Aauction ;yesterday (Dec. 18) 'the of abut 110,000 acres if land situatedIn ,'about $15,000.000. Most j of the 1mprovements -j is your best salesman. i'

Next,year In Dade county and throughout Florida )!promises. be 'one rte| on large to small ,sizes for the counties of T ylor and Lafayette will be made ,\within a rad-1 Then much why not spend as .i

.: choice and fancy fruit was $2.40 to $3.iii and sold by the Trustees to the i lus of fifty miles from this city I on advertising aa
of continued prosperity and more politics. We might dispense with the one cl-irk would cost? Few j
Is easl'y! In advance of 80> cents Tallahassee Southeast rn Railway Co One of the principal: items will bej i t''
" former, but not the latter: the country woulJ go to the devil sure enough i merchants do this but '1
;, If that was relegated to the rear. tt flS cents and some seem to th'nk Leeds beinx placed in! escrow In the the constriction of an extension of the those who do-are reaping j
Urn'' tomorrow's sale may RO still high First National: Bank Ta'lahR9't'! I I! low grade fre'ght! line to Philadelphia I a golden: : harvest. Now

E'ill] || It remains to be seen whether Th. dofrn.lants art r ulr..d to show '. through Overbrook. This will cost II jon wouldn't want a slovenly 't]

Large numbers of citizens of New York are suing the following petition 'tent prices will be maintained.e aue on the :tad: day < f January. 1911, I seven ml'Iion dollars and will require 1 ] disreputable looking -

to the Legislature: Tor years our State ha* been.humiliated by having ( hardly think they can be. a* before the Honorable John Malone 'two years to build I J Why clerk have in slovenly your disreputable store. 1

for its spokesmen and representatives in the VnlteJ States Senate men S tihern 1 California will soon be sciphastily. Circuit Judge, at Qnin y. Florida why i I adv> Let me do i!

unfitted for and honor of shaping legislation and of impress:eg upon their tR However we do not the Injunction as pr yed for should W. E. Col'II'. an emr ore of the : your advertising one

fellow legislators the tent'ments: and demands of our State. Now when 'krrlt! for much of a break, as fully two- not be granted Ta'lahassp! Cap 'Tallahassee Electric Light; and WaterWorks i month and sec the differ.

: sworn admission on, he, witness stand have driven home the knowledge t !tds 'to three fourths of the Florida :, Company. was assassinated( byI I enee. I write ads that pay

: thai our representatives In the National Senate are, as deficient In character 4p has been marketed -Fruit Trade an unknown party or parties" Monday I I
, anJ personal worth as thy are in ability!. to represent Jmal i and Produce 1
our State, we re- Record. The safe of Kress fe Co.. in the night. while working on ,a matermll:1
spectfu'ly but earnestly petition that you adopt a Joint,resolution
calling on penJcola.
,; Thiesen Building was fore. A voice from the dark ordered Coitusto B. F Davis -
Chauncey M. Depew and Thomas C. Platt forthwith
resign oQces ;
he setamer Shlnnecock sailed this "(1 an.l robbed early Monday morning come out of the ditch. He repli ilttat i
as Senator of the United State for the State
of New
York to the end Ing for Key West with a nnmjof of $SOO, and the building then,set on he did not have time, and the
that the dignity ted good name of the-Empire State may be redeemed and2sened" Box !is .:
1 passengers and considerable fire, resulting In damages amounting next instant'a bulM Crashed through I \
This la _rather rough on the Peach and the Expressman. 11 I
to $15,00 1 1 III forehead.

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Haw You ,J Ittur See Behind To. Wlth-
t ... fvrmlug '0.. Urad.'Here .

U |#simple little arrangement
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with whl f' can mystify
you your
"*' New, York Dee 21 The annual (ndianapolU:: Ind.. Dec. 27- One of iHii
I frirud lIVe DO end of fun.
the most: Interning features of the fif I
New-York State Teacher .j ,
Eieetiag/tf._ J All it rftiiilre; Is a piece of cardboard 1 '
I annual convention of the Indiana '
*'' Association: which will open at :, 3 byjt) Inches (to be cut as de- I I I ,

the ugh school tbs! evening: marks the Stare Teachers' Association I crili.' aH<) a piece of looking Bias i ,
I which w'll open here this evening, will 1 by .2U uiiea carefully put togetheraccordino

slxtie.h anniversary of the organiza- i be a meeting on Thursday afternoon I directions._ The cardboard I 1

tion. : in Tomllnson Hall devoted to the shod be black on one side,
It Gilts '
matters not how Christmas
The attt'ndance.promlses. to be unusually memory of James 'Wb'tcomb Riley. A which wlHJtfj folded will be on tbe In- many a man may
I Ride. of the Sbx. receive he
large. At the opening meeting special! program: has been arranged for will always be expecting somethingvery
Mark oft carefully the as de-
that meeting and handsome souvenirswill handsome in the
InMie of
tonight Superintendent J. M. Thompeonpreatdent.ot ftcribed diagram on the outside way
be given out The teachers' convention -
the Academic: il
Princl-j will last three days.and! during I n

pals' Association will preside. Chan)that time there will also be a convention I lP-' Ij

ee:for James R. Dar of Syracuse fn-: I[, of the county superintendents and ,-----n .... A Christmas Tie .

Iversltr.will deliver the address of welcome. various sections' conferences '
; 0-.. -
; addresses win wry
Other welcoming I J 'f 110_ :to

delivered by Superintendent-A.-B. :, Lansnc.! :. Mich., Dec. 27 Several .bid "tj,! :.:-.Tnsuartl Don't disappoint him .

'Blodgett. of the Syracuse 'Public! noted educators from others States i J1K/I I DItJI
School and others. SuperintendentF have arrived hereto deliver addresses TyrynASira
;Jj. Boynton president of-the.New I before the annual meeting of the Michigan tE;
We have beautiful line of Christmas Neckwear
York Teachers' Association wilt deliver State Teachers' Association! a

his annual address and will'speak which opens Its sessions here today.; 71111 OT COSSTBCCTIOK. every new shape and style that is correct. Many of the

"Needed Educational Legta'atton." The attendance Is very large and an
::' of the afrboard then mate a slight silks.aid! confined to for: this and e
Mr;; Howard i. RogeT,-nrst'assistant Interesting program has been prepar- cut (wbere{(harked by dotted line) to' as shapes-are! us locality

'commissioner(of".dncJitlon-irIl alto I eeL, not to separate, fold over and fasten ton can't bq found elsewhere. The choice' creations of the :

deliver an addnit. gcther wl.ta strips of cloth binding or

The meeting of the association win I Milwaukee Dee.:* %Several thousand paper on aU edge. Now cut a bole la ..

last three Jars and la that Urn there J teachers from all parts .of the the cents; pf one side as large around .
as a lead MncU, and the box Is finished: '
win be daily anion meetlngi ai well I State nave registered for the annual The looking glass should be Inserted LEADING ;

al'sectional and departmental sessions meeting of the State Teachers' Association ss.shown';In the picture and fastenedon .
devoted the consideration i f ri i which 'opened here today; the outside edge with a little gummed -" .

educational 'branches? .;. l''Among,the prominent_educators, :who papers" as to keep it from slipping '
"* *
-. are here and ?, ILd lIYer.add8sles! are '"- out. tmthWj|| ickware Makerss

Atlantic.City! ; J\ J., Dec. tT,-The Miss Julia C. Lathrop, of Hun House, little box now'complete" .
you can: see what going oo an around ,
New',Jersey;State,Teacher'' Association Chicago \Vllllam L.
met at the high school this morn- who will speak on "Music as a II

4 lug for a three 4ay "'[ session. The' Vitalizing Force In Education. Prof. s but one place to buy Neckwear, anq' hat is at ,

evening sections of the association I 1 3>i. S., Slaughter. J. Q. Emory, C. P. BIG TREES OF THE SEA. a man' store. He'll be sure to like his tie irit comes

will be held at the St. Pau!'s Methodist Cary and others.St. m -
: Tin W....rf.l hats That <>*.w CJjt ., from h (re,, as we have THE NEW SPRING LINES h
church. This session Is of con >4..> th. Water.If .

siderable Importance, as matters of I Paul Dec. 27-The annual meetIng yon irk most persons what the, ,

great Interest win come up for eonld-I of the Minnesota Educational! Association world's biggest plants are. they will

eration. The question of the management opened here this morning at probably| l'IltloD such growths as the A .
of the Teachers' Retirement 1 the Central Presbyterian Church. giant! trees;] of California, the wonderful -
eucalyptus; of Australia and the
Fond Is to heated State Superintendent J. W. Olson.
expected cause a.
huge bany.ua tree of AsiaBut they R. W. RHODES<
debate In the meeting as there U considerable Governor John A. Johnson and FrankA. would bujlrrong. All these mammoth

dissatisfaction In regard to Wald the. president of the association of the vegetable world are mere pygmies

the"" management of the fund among I were the principal speakers. At" compared with the true monsters I I ..

the teachers. It Is even consldeerdj t[the session this evening the Rev. Dr. which bait' + been seen by a very fe.- 322 Twelfth I
In the "'-'P sea bidden away from Street
possible that this matter may cause 1a I Imp i Frank Cnosauns! of Chicago. wm deliver man except when fierce storms tear a I

spilt In the association. an address on "Gladstone." The few of them from tbvlr secret beds or .

meeting will last three days. wben tbedeep sea dredges of some Outfitter to Men Youths and Boys
Jefferon City, Mo. Dec. 27- Governor explorer Surest them from 'the abyss

Folk delivered the address of.1I"el- Enid, Okla., Dec. 27-The Okahoma grow pladls that are 1.500 feet long. I <
1 They are seaweed with their
come at tie: opening; of the 44th annual Association! of Negro Teachers opened jjuxnvn .
I roots Its|the suiiles ocean bottom, ..
meeting of the MUsourt State Teach- :;Its annual meeting at Lanzston Unlj ,)' where u -tt'r a H'ark uf light filter --- I I Wanted-The use of a single surrey j I

era' Association th'.s morning. PresI-j j verity! today with a large attendance.t down, aliil tJll'lrIIt1.111\ reaching up | (without horse for a portion of :each II I r' .

\ dent C. E. ,Miller_ responded and Je- ,|'This evening the annual banquet will I through fei" f"!n! ..U-IKT uf a mile of i I' week for several months. Address P.

\Uc4KJ his annual address. The.alfcm be given! and tomorrow the first business -jornanI!I | tii1lr 10 I Box. 4, Mian:!, stating price i BARGAIN
.1 '' I The frfi to''t of tluae i>iniU has a I
/ ante II .unmanly large. session wri be held
stem ()ub! aUjit a i.uur I Trees
> I I thick cuf 3.1 Le cxi f u 1.;..--. a leaf orIe
I 1 lesaik! & o-th! tl.:i' i i" L.rtr''l't Icusr.: Capt. J. J. Mitchell, a special.holiday ; .
Fighting Show Bar .
MISSIONARY RIDGE. "By the way they light I can tell men's surely tt| i,,:.;;; t !. .f ;.11 tIm troi'I-J. i officer of Tampa was killed In St. 'I X.nrr at Ojm. 4000(ret*. {Yoiifht
This lenf | >nJ L > I lthy. F.t.! *.. ). em .tjr. Went
> < I' < <('I '7 : 1 great Hailtlers -
B.f* the ..*.. .! Terrible Battle nationality said a policeman. An 1 Petersburg, near Tampa. MonJar; ':by a 'I selU.c:atlOc.! Cmt ocrlOc for
eatjtf' us l.g r.' ai: zs.: The blad-
OrlKlullr Ct Its *.-.. Enu..bmallhen he U going to fight A cash. Call at of tet -
Stretching| for miles along the easteR throws his hat and coat In a blustering dens an-jfi!! uf air, ;;'iili: : buoys thevast negro, who gashed his neck with a I, mj

border of the city picturesque and ; bluffing way on the groundA I la f rp ro Ibtit; it stands uprightin Miami I knife The negro was placed In jail I|' *
the u'lttoi-! : t C. J. Rose Admr.
Scot pulls his hat down tight on his *
pleasing to view Missionary ridge.
On our|J.>wn cortiwost! raclSc! coat but a mob surrounded the prison and ,
How -well that'name is knownfromthe ,headand..buttona his.coat carefully. !17 I C. C. Ds b Estate
hemlocks of Maine to the-flowers':The-: canny;,Scot. Ica' not 'golctf to':en- to anotb wee4 thnt' !" w.'o b& more I some one fired a shot Into It killing
than 3CMT f set I Ij:';:. At its upper end It
of Florida and yet bow different from danger any of his rOllf'rtJ'. An Irishman him. The crowd Incensed
was throughly
Its name are the associates: one gives appeals to the crowd to bold his an bladder sisal ej somethinglike leased I 1---_ ..
I a cask and from this again there and would have him "
It when It Is pronounced In history I coat. The Celtic nature desires sympathy Price r
It Is recorded a* being the scene of one I and tries to build It up. A German grows 41'tnft. of fifty or more leaf but for the shot robbing them of that
sprays which are thirty feet tonic.. A <
of the fiercest conflicts of the civil war, methodical, precise tol"hll coat "
but to tb* people who know the origin In a neat 'bundle and lays his bat on f ally I act TELEPHONESEVERYWHERE:
or the name it Is a monument to the top of It to bold it down. An American Tb.j.....tyPrvUrau blocks *
memory of a band of devoted, self sacrificing is so anxious to pitch In and have the Here l"n table of figures. The problem 14000. i i
Christian,men who; : bravingthe thing over that be starts fighting with b to;add any six of these figures il l Notice of Annual Meeting Your Doctor

hardship of emigration nottfor the out giving a thought to bat or coat"New' : together:'and make: twenty-one: A {\ Your Your Tradira-peopl Lawyer .

love of gala, but to. help their fellow TorkJPress. heart, ( ) Your Friend*
I a a1 The annual meeting of the stock All Have Them
met bunt the Brainard mission on the 1200 J ";
picturesque heights known by the name I I Tk. !>.<.. Pclle*. l J T J aI T A 1 : holders of the Fort Dallas National IT PAYS THEM
of Missionary rklge. When the scheme war first broached .
It was In 1817 that 'the !ley. Cyrus fierce opposition'developed to the establishment As a natter of fact, the solution Is street, I Bank wm be held at the office la the IT WILL PAY YOUOur

Klngsbury, Ainsworth F. Blunt and !. of London's metropolitan Impossl le. Any two odd numbers Present city of Miami, Florida on the Ida day are

.; tile Rev. John Vail first viewed the cite '' police. In September, 1S2U. Police to added t together make an even number at $ :! of January 1908 at 3:30 In the after city rates low

of their mlat the American board of commissioners scheme was "repugnant to the spirit of noon for the election of directors, and "-t-- "_..t-<,,! -"nee, naart'lys.f
sets of two
In other
words one :
for foreign missions!, and the same : English law and to the theory of free number b3ded to a second odd numbermakes officers for the ensuing year and for I I KM. phafM,w party tine, '1un'17jl HJ
board bad provided for the erection of I to good I i I
government. according an editorialIn
n third odd added MIAMI TELEPHONE & .
even a jl
a mission, including school buildings I the Standard of the day. "As a system makes the I I the transaction of such other businessas
an odd, a fourth added makesan j
and a borne for the mlssloll rles. But' of clandestine TELEGRAPH CO.
Intelligence the cay come before the meeting. 1
eTen.a: fifth odd added makes an A ) I
the contractors failed In their contract : Is "
thing complete it weht on."The
odd, and sa sixth odd added makes an store George R. Gomph I 321 S 12th St.. Miami. Florida
and the missionaries were left without low countable is Instructed to make even. ;Therefore neither twentyonenor be I Gt I.... C. FR1SSELL..
money and without even a shelter. But" himself acquainted with the Inhabitants anjj: ether i odd number can be obtained can :1'I j Cashier. !
I by energetic efforts they created a m'.sslon. of every house within his beat by adding together six odd nuthere. .- I Solid
.school and built a mill on the And how Is this Information to be obtained on .
i banks of Chlckamanga creek. The millrace but by the pumping of the serv- .II can be I
nearly a mile long. Is still visible. ants
! The mill Water Flowtag ..UL thing !!
was purchased by Pbllamon 1"A Magnolia Co.
.. j Grocery
E R Bird In 18:.2. lie tore down tbe small STre T*".. One oche few Instances of a stream A I J :
structure and built what Is now known Don't auk a girl to marry you after t'Iln'be found In White: block ,

s as Birds miU.On .-. dark when she is dressed fit to kill! countJ',|Oa. Near the top of a moun- This Is I F. II. WHARTON.' Manager
May :7,'1819, the president of the Call on her, and when you leave Inadvertently tain I s4 1 spring: evidently a siphon, ;
United States James Monroe,appearedat drop a glove on the piano. and the-Itater rushes from It with sufficient A
the door of the mission unannounced.He Return for It the next morning at 0 force to carry It up the side of avery and
was accompanied by General o'clock. If she comes to the door with steep bin for nearly half a mile. square. [ !

! Games.' Although surprised by his visIt one 'Shoe and one sUpper on, her hair Reaching:the crest the water flows on city for 1>>
",the missionaries were ready to'receive done up In curl papers dressed In an to the eaJt and eventually finds Its way $5500. (Jtem! gave iNnner
him, and be complimented them old.Mother Hnbbard. our advice Is to to the Atlantic ocean. Of course It Is A
i dos their work and In glowing terms take to the woods But If she appears of the same nature as a geyser, but tbe ,

praised the beautiful location of ,the la a neat honse dress, her hair done up spectacle' a stream of water flowing rented
mission.Tne' Bralnard mission was and a rose In the top of her hair crabber up a hasp Incline can probably be (bought [
used until the Indians left. It did aa quick.-Marionvllle (Mo.) Free found nowhere else In the country and very
Immense amount of food and at onetime Presa. appear|len>n more remarkaUe tan L In preparing your New Years Dinner be sure that ,

ticrc. were Inure tw.a iCO;:;; T-rii"n __ I ... : of '!! !:..I1o:>-....... i"4A.very'>. |' ., / t-rtt : "-! ?tlrr. !f/-- -r.. vUl1 '
children being taught beneath Its roof. wta.l_ w.,. 'fr f : I! hL. are
of both
The Lords observed for ... A suit qualifications.
supper was The people who win their way Into Letter.
the last time.on Aug. 19, 1838. j I the Inmost recesses of others' heart "1 thhsl :tn linn learns to write" for $ i I i

In the old mission cemetery east of I are not usually! the iao.t brilliant and said Dorothy, one day A ,

the ridge, overgrown with weeds and I gifted.but those who have sympathy "The MIDI"Unit such of writing an any frown way.I folks do. $500 on We ate
, forgotten by almost, everybody, la a patience, self forgetfnmevs and that lust nuk Unto lines and dots Now having a Special
, \ little monument OB which are the following Indefinable faculty of eliciting the bet- Initeat/cf, words and thenI ,
words:' _, ter nature of otleor--W"1ln''< IJf('. mskf tSnw rrof for my i>1_ are
_ "Here lie the ,remains of Samuel Thtt't-.J>orothy Hope Wrtmn. y.a o\ :
I nukbis; round for UM too of New
. 'orrectrr. D. D. pastor of the Tabernacle -, A C..tl .. ....t.t.r With jtrnlrM name on each aide m 1 j Years candies, assorted nuts. jellies jams,

church. Salem Mass* first secretary More reserved In Its wording than That mesa my arms go r+..:.J ia-r ntek: .h.>ilu1J.. ; raisins currants. citron, oranges, apples, figs, tLics
And ",rS<*r., hard b..td..
of the American board of commissioners most epitaphs Is one In a Derbyshire and ALL KINDS
j r Mr grab ma **y*. most ether times Florida of DAINTIES for Christmas.THI
for foreign missions. Bona churchyard which, after giving partio.ulars BM nfeda her pcs to read. City .
1770; died Jon 7.1S21"-Cbattanoosa, :, of birth and death onctadev."T But whrji a letter comes from me

C '!'!n-..... -. till!" hl!',.' >Ti h+wlvt,nun." She doenn't no. btdcadr."'..".....-... In----. \0$ : "' 'ne'T"'\ ,.. .i T":*? rtr.. "_

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'AGE FOUR -_ _.-_-_ _I-r.-T'- .; --- |f HI, MIAMI METROPOLIS, WEDNESDAY" DECEMBER,27.1M5 _- '_-.-_

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i iI Miss Nellie A. Brown of Defray, and

I well known in this city! will attend .
I Town Topics. I. the Teachers' Association this week. j

.. .. Maynard Son
&j Jewelers
Furnished room; nicely tarnished
Born-10.Mr. and Mr*. John Uarka.
tine baby girl room Metropolis to rent In office Wmtson buDd1 1c. APply 5 B ,

Fin lot on 7tk street $1,300. Beck, U. I' .......
Joe Lee charged with larceny, was r t
Wilson HntfdlestonVis ,
brought down from Palm Beach last .
j night by Sheriff ronock and locked ti t
i t
t FIsvia DeCamp it fllllnc the
bookkeepers desk at the Red CroM up In the county jail pt'DdlDrrtit

Pharmacy. me. Ideal Gifts for ChristmasIn -

We lave several fine small country !
J iwih to purchase horse and wagon.
places for sale cheap.' Beck. Wilson .
ft; Hndaieston. I:Horse Welborn must 211 be Third broken street to plough. R. all their richness and beauty at prices that never have been known in this

The stone residence of Chas, A. city. Webuy direct from the manufacturer and save you the middleman's: profit
Three lots on Boulevard $3,000. !
Beers on 7th street.near Avenue C, ''i'|
Beck, Wilson &: Huddleston
Is about ready for the adding of,the A

second atOfT.I'arnIIhed Diamonds
Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Sears and two Watches and Silverwear

pretty children Margaret and Joseph, ,
Rooms S2 per week. LeY. ,

Is' Restaurant.'CIO Avenue D. of and KUslmmee.Mrs. J. W.are Watson the guests at their of home Mr. Rich Jewelry and Art Goods. Fine Cut Glass and hand-painted ChinaMail '

011. Avenue B and 14th street for tie' '' '
B. E- Gregory and wife and two beautiful '
holiday I Choicest and most patterns ol high grade ware, ,
friends, of Zlonsrille, Ind. win arrive Orders which consist of the t teat creations and exclusive designs. "
.the first of the month'for the remainder For Sale One e'even-ton; auxiliary Quality ia the great lever and in every boacBtnpanSOI1 we This Store
,of the sesM alwa. get the credit of being the lowest priced house in our '
sloop and a number of launches. Mer are promptly filled., !iDe. The prices are irresistible. In fact they spell economy the frugal shoppers I
rill-Stevens Co.. Jacksonville Fla.Martin's All goods purchasiD iU truest form. Don't Make
Our Xmas stoat of candy Just arrived delay lour purchases early. buying headquart,
today. You win be sure of retting us engrav- ers fairly bristles
Shooting Gallery, on Avenue -
nice fresh candles at SeybolJ's candy ed Free of Charge with Big Bargains.The ....
tow. D.. has a large Turkey up this Next. to Pos office. Miami, Florida ,
week for the highest score. Contest 1

X closes Saturday night at 12 o'cock. ) I '
$ For 8a'e Fourteen lion power -....,.f ,
Buffalo engine IB good order. P. 0. Boys try your nerve. .
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SOT.664. f1Mr. ., ,BROSSIER, means Safe, Investments- .,.' ,
..Bowers now residing on Tenth
The following arrests have been
street, Is luring a handsome two-story
made by Deputy Sheriff Gore In addition -
stone residence erected on 8th street
to" those mentioned elsewhere, ,
near Avenue B,*and It Vtn be among !
since last night: B. H. Peterson, aggravated .
Tke most Imposing homes In th* dty.7e
assault; Vfl Cash selling i aI.

liquor without a license and Adolph
\ tare Just received a fine line of

fancy Christmas. .boxes.' ,Candles suit.eb'.e loffer, carrying concealed weapons. I. I i ir

for Chr tmas gifts. 'SeJbo'4'I I
Brossler wants to list your property
Bison..lay. I
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candles where you hare Fun glass' cabin launch' for sale. '
your Forty foot;eight feet beam. twow an4a New .
Year 1906
the largest'Tariety to choose from. Fifteen horse- :
half ,foot draught .
Seybold carries the biggest line of candies power: four cycle'engine. Apply i.
la this dty.
i, 1021:! Avenue..

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A large party of visitors forhe
:, Calling cards, handsomely printed .
Christmas holdays and who today are t
at the Metropolis office.
seeing the country In a "bus, win..re- y yi

turn tolnght to their homes at Ameri
Mrs. I!:. A. Russell has been invited i
CUI/'CL. ,
.,. by Rev. H. G. Porter to conduct- the MORE we extend the glad New r Year's
morning service next Sun.lt ,the you
Wanted Office boy.at once. Apply ONCE '
< First M. E. Church. Rev.. Porter is
Bush t. Safford Piano Ca. 225 and wish all *
luck for ]1906.
Twelfth street. not yet wholly recovered from the you good 1905 was '
accident which befell him some weeks .

,Joe Petit and.Uriah DUlett.,two'of ago and is compelled to preach sitting in .a good ,"year for us and in starting into 1906 we shall
and_ to"depeDd.upon a cane I
the negroee who assaulted Deputy '
Sheriff Harry Morris Monday afternoon ralklng. ., 1.try harder than ever to look out for the interest of 'pur custo-

were-captured yesterday by Mr

Morris and Deputy Sheriff, I Gore. They pointer.Lost -dog.Large Ticked black al' and over white with mers. We shall l try and give better service better .values, a' .:

are charged with assault and battery. .

:A full 'line of ow ey'a package side black.on ribs.Large Reward black spots for his on return each larger stock to buy from' lid in every way excell theiyear 1905

M. 8. Burbank Miami. '
goods and loose .chocolates at Bey- 1
tIo1.r.,Candy Store.
-,- The .very latest styles la wedding t
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stationery s annouscemente and eaH '
Mrs.' R/. B. McLendon received a FIND our business has shown a fine increase over last and
frig cards, can be had ,at the Vetrop year wi presume -
telegrti ute Christmas night that ker > WE

mother Mrs_ ,:fty,Barnes,*residing' at olla deL that our patrons haves been satisfied with'our excellent line of goods. .....)
Plant had that'day. Mrs.
City expired
Barnes was In poor health for 'sometime Get your mince pies for' your Christ: We can say-Everything goes on merrily, water is still good to drink air is still
man olJmIer at Seybold'i Bakery. We
but the sad'news came as a severe 1111loth1Di but Helm's best mince fit to breath. Anthony-Romfh Co. goods are better than ever, success is still spelled ,
shock: on the festive day and Mrs -
McLendon-was prostrated and unable meaL <*. with a capital S and prosperity's still in the air. But here we are setting off
tr&nL' '
to < The friends sympathize
her In this plt'berelTemellL Mr. A. M. C. Russell of Brooksvflle. fire crackers. where all we intended[ was merely a hand-shake and a Happy New I
-- arrived in the city last night andwill
: y I be here several .days attendingthe Year and so here's to you. Make 1906 the best year'of your life, succeed beyond ./ '

House, and.lot on Avenue D, $603. annual meetng! of the State Teach ;
House and lot_on Third street $1,400 ers'. Association. 11 r. Russell Is the your best hopes. Keep your head high, your body clothed in an Alfred Benjamin ;/' t

Fine brick business house 'on Avenue county superintendent of public Instruction pr Snellenberg suit of clothes and ;our feet in an Edwin Clapp or W lk-Qver shoe
D '5, O'. Beck.-,Wilson'a Hu dlestoll. of Hernando county and has
this responsible for .
ably filled position
The First National sank of Miami the past eighteen years. He is also

has' a capital paid. In' of.$50,000'andIn a newspaper mall being 'editor' and 'The I
three years of It*, existence has publisher of the Southern Argus, of Anthony Romf Go -

aecumulated' a",surplus of $11.000 ad Brooksvtlle.

dltonal! .'ss a-special- safeguard- 'r ...d- _
Ing between "every'depaltor and any '
BROSSIER means Safe Investments
possible loss. 'Total resources $350 I

000. ,* per/cent paid, on: tarings. Best table board,$I per week.Lefrt'Restaurant I I '-.

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A valise containing woman's apparel -
was found under a tree in the yard For Sale Cheap -One thousand three .

of Mr.,Hector Mnnro at No]}i 200,Eighth year old; lime stock. Inquire or phoneR. .1 I ;

street. this,morning. The! valise had L. Mills, agent
been cut on both sides and the contents -
pulled oat sufficient'jto discover The play "Annie and Willie's Pray

their nat reV-,The valise was delivered er",at the,Fair building last night for 1a.
by Mr. Mnnro to City Marshal Har the children of Trinity Church provedto "
dee .bO'UpoD a further Investigate! "
be a delightful affair. The tree ,
of Its contents found nothing but wo the to
was answer "Annie and Willie'sPrayer.
man's clothing and a large envelope ." The cast was: Judge A. E.

issued from' the office of the' Snperintendenj Heyser, )tr.. Fred Hand, Gretchen

rf Public_ Instruction at Titus Hand and: Master Fred Suliner, and t

sues, and bearing.the name 4 of MU, the play was splendidly acted through..
Inga Heiseth" !- ; Oslo Fa.! It is believe: out. Mrs. LlUa Be'le CareymlD

by ,the marshal that the valise and ager, and to her many thanks are due

content' were;stolen- and'that Miss for the excellent work, she accomp
,Helaetb 1. one of the school'teachers lished. ,
now in the city. Further informatio

-can be obtained from "Marshal, Hardee, Seventy-five foot lot on Boulevard

), .. $=.lO' Beck.., .Wilson. & Hnddleston.
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StolenFrom, in fronthof i::? Young

Pharmacy Monday morning.' laJ)', Tickets and reserved seats for the

Sovereign wheel- having ''a, coaster fonservatory: Faculty Concert before "!

Drake Christy:saddle_and 'a new Century the State Educational An laUon.w-

bell the latter close to the right beo btalnaUe at the Biscayne flint

grip.. Finder please return to the Co.. on and after Wednesday Dec. .- HOTEL! ROYAL, PALM
Telegraph Office. 27th.h _".... .
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;Quality and 1 It Is the quality and

.r that make For The :

DOd3! popular Everything I, House ,theprice that make

Ito / i ; our goods popular.

" 1-. Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings', Kitchen Utensils

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'ran.ko, T. Budge II : 12th: Street; ; I Miami: P! :L c>ridaa

|We are Now Ready to Furnish .Off lea. 'Phona 35 I JJ0:| fft KING ResI k H*noe 5! .Phone:eB I I ,

..' Tribune, Snell Undertaker and Embalmer ii 1 W. F. MILLER w y

and other 1300 AVENUE D THE UNDERTAKER .
RESIDENCE 219 7th STREETi PHONE 25 j 413 l2 SfRE.T
makes; of Bicyclest ;
q Ii. ; 1

r gerstmaillew# J >>f SI :: Send us. Your Orders for" 1

l Mr. Merritt and sister, of Mrs C. D. Sodas. Ginger

t are stopping at the Boyd_ canada'i I her slater Miss, I Ale' .fcCURITHIUST.cigars .
t.t t. ville
Mr and Mrs. Caron and three children I ....
> Th bicycles and other I I within reaea' aa. IL
r goods are the best standard I, of Cleveland, 0., are late visitors We have a good WaterNothing Better nave-one or tw* goal .....
t goods on the market stopping at the Boyd Cottage. stand. Beck, \\, y than a doles of laferior maBt7.?,
Havana.tobacco nay be hip ictoM
.. ford and other JTires: The finest,, assortment of candle For RentA but that doe not pretest M girt. *
I eVer- displayed here at Seybo'd'i Candy In Beck, building. I our cnatomen the eitertect
Brakes fitted old more
er to: t I IJ healthyand
AU work guaranteed. Store.Mr. I invigorating than HAVANA FILLER FOR I earn
J. W. Simmons J pure sodas.t i Our syrups -
new wheels. for"rent. and Mrs.' J.RIKlpper: of Brantford ed at the Gantler.V j 1 I are pure and our : The Norma Martinex BUKM. ft trey
Out. are registered at the Ruth bottles new and clean. good smoke, having U* MI uses el
: Mail orders
will receive -
\\112th Street. Blue Front a erford. \ have a fine prom pt attention .I the beat, leat. .
If- parian rights Be l !
Miss Florence Mann, of Nashville, dleston. I HAYES"
irroll & (jlarkLBurkhart Tenn, Is the guest of Miss Lillian MeGahey ; 1, I THE CIGAR
at the"Everglade. Miss May Froscb
Miss Mary HInkle : ; Acme Bottling OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCA.YN'
Furnished rooms 121 Tenth 8t Fla, are In the city Works
Teachers' I
: Nothing,nicer or more appreciatedfor 1 Mh Slneu west,of Ice Factory Office buD.uq.rooms for rent la the Metropolis
a Xmas gift than a nice box of .
vie have
fine candy. At Seybold's Candy Store. [ -
oi' i. $175. Beck; [ : c I
j: Expert. Repairingvenue t ( > II Ii
; Mr*. ,De Mott, Mrs. Stevens and : I
I C between.12th and 13th St.. For Rent i
Mr* Churchhlll and daughter New
!. men! for i
Jersey. are registered at the Boyd Pnr.tage. r ,, .
--- -- -- --- wanted. 322

.rhe Oaks Seeing.. Miami by automobile lot--I, According-to the : tu t i I l Miami Florida

President W. M.
M f ton tt Einig. opposite postMOce. have : I
Dallas National
I Il an"np-todate ear for hire. ,
:Corner 13th Street I his family from
l J for the winter. .,'
.afi L Mr. J. F. Burteshaw. of LarHns, is I t : !
| Avenue B !"
spending today In Miami abating
t ,'CE.. j hands with friends and. attending to Nice lot on 7th : : ; : Come- In. your automobile, you can drive .for hundreds of miles ever the
r OYaI Palm Park : business matters. Wflton'A : : smooth paved roads one stretch from ,Cutler to Palm Bach; a die-
I j f"i ::
O ln: Dec.ist. tang of nearly' hundred milts and most of
J 1 1f. i'j one : the way you are In
li. \
j For Sale -At a bargain one rio J.
f.:B. MocGriff, -_ Prop., .ban ease two revo'.vlnr elOol.k.1II'i parasols Simmons repaired.* 1 : view of the beautiful Blsesyne' Bay.come:! In your yacht Here the
skirt raika.' six roll paper cutters. TV. fishing Is unexcelled You can select your variety from the tiny pan
) .t.. t .Mn,F. ,L. :J 1 fish to the great tarpon the gamiest fish\ that swims. Many of our visitors

,Mr. Larsen. formerly secretary_ Fla., the popular .captured from five hundred to a thousand! pounds of fish In a sing

i MOffAT'S19a1rytunch' Mr. J. E. Ingraham. In charge the ter .county,: !( gle day. last winter. You can chart er srJ J:,hire' touring care. the lime .
land department of, the F. K. C.:Railway nlghted will : '
but' the week here way.. Miami la the sportman's paradise and yachtman'a hudgvartarsMany
now In charge of the company's -
{ office in Chicago, la In the city Magic City Mr. capitalists own beautiful home here and berth their yachts
business.EROIERwIll. ing a partyof '-
today on
the Teachers' 11'1 here during the summer. We have a variety of property bordering

i. t collect jour rents. session here this ) : the bay with Riparian, Rights for sale. !We have. apartments furnished
thin new indudingbuilding party are his mOt and unfurnished, fumlshsd, 'hou aes to let for the season. Here lea
Dont rift $1 for a feather pillow land. Mrs. 8..M. '
: very desirable winter home for sal'* within five miles of Miami,
making the when fl win pay for a sponge pillow Rutland. Mtu.Ma
*Jf ] which,la better. eMr. Man Robinson |jj| | Fla, on a good'hard paved road. This. property overlooks the bay
t' neatestroom ---- --- -
( .. : I and ;.the Atlantic] Ocean. Riparian. rights It go, with,\the property. On
E. A: Russell proprietress of
It the. UI) I IIDWPLAC the Minneapolis, entertained' the ministers : ; this property II'!ian elegant winter home, containing fourteen rooms

: of the city at dinner list eve- i with all modern] conveniences. Servants'quarters;: and barn asperate
AN ning at that popular.hoteL After dinner ; l This belonged Carman
property to the late Dr. of New York, and It to t
FOR LADIES: 'j.11 I the time was spent In relating different .
episodes and experiences and Reliable be sold to settle up the estate. 'i I: Price $10,00040
dlacu..lon.: ... Mrs., Russell also ,displayed 'and "but" of |
t:,Connected with,a saloonittermilk her wonderful collection, of your doctor
Oriental souvenirs. and related. poi*. ed in our..baDl | !
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every'day : lions of her travels In the Holy Land. for some drag
a glass. Light at,1'5c' and care.we :' i We have many such properties both improved and,unimproved -

freshments served Position wanted as cook. Theodora bon about i In'very desirable locations. If you desire any Information

ail 'hours. "1 VeessIIopnlos, corner Avenue D 'the drug line I I regarding this country communicate, with us. We ;
and Fourth streetBROSSIER.
I"door east of Avenue D on 13th CORNER : I : have property along the Florida Keys, the route of the new

eet.* Prottt Building. Maim5 Ia: 1 means REAL ESTATE. scenic railway .of the world at prices and terms to;suit. *

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See our ,large I, F. (C.J Brossier &. Son '

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\ Ladies' leather Hand : i I i.'I No. 1200 I and one-half Avenue' D. Miami.** .A.

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; : Post Card I Uptown Office 2I4: Avenue D i

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r-.Mixed-Candies,15c: 25c .and 40 Miami Conservatory" .of Music

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T ," ... .. I 225 Twelfth Street
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_$, 'c': 1 Franklin Colemar:Buh, Director. !

'Large, Assortment of I r fl European trained faculty" An-artist';':, in charge of each depart-
*.: t t ment. Pianb, Pipe Organ. Voice J jViolin, Mandolin, Elocn-
r a a a I I tiou. PhyMca'l' tullure French German and Spanish. !1umonv ".
BtbfesAandTestamentst : i and History of Music Classes. Burrow's Kindergarten andPnmary
t .Mu-.icjCias.se:*. :: :, Send for catalogue.Diplomas .

I Granted Upon Graduation.
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--- ;: 4 bt'fore.l The stores and, supplies are 1 .

being: rtoe}ved and within a day or I .
to a rge force of help will arrive" -

Town Topics from tb e firth to make the final preparation I W. 'M. BURDITsIEWe 'j

f\r\ the opening; which,prom-,
beet skier in the most successful .. '
= tourist 'J son Miami, the east coast j Jt \ .:

and th of Florida has ever en- !'i -

joyed. i ,
Would Carne Here' riisfare '' I

Preparing Mr. Beach Key, the Resort.new J j'laaager of the L They Captain Di with' We >ay taxes cornet rents'and insure
Soldier Key resort, flit< en miles down KtyV-*t to! spend Christmas
< for nonresidents! Wo
tie bay. is busily eng i ged In prepar ,, hs: family at .1 re'athf-s. returned p JPrty !
are r4 I; slble! Beck. Wilson & ,
the house and uUs there for home %f''Ionlf1r afternoon on the \
Ing gro
8. the same dare ".earner SliinOeoocV. Mr: Smith says HadJlSen ,
opening on January "
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that the Royal Palm lings wide its that \\blf':1 there he attended a meet. iJOr'I 1 good furnIshed house 1I'i' : Pictures 0r
doors tor the season ol' 1DOVfcDt e cigar manufacturers and'was :
\ for re: 1r9r the season. J. H. Tatum i
; questioned at some length on i
: of 311-t!!4: Co., real estate agents.Brosslrri .
\ d-A-partner!with J 1.300 foibuIoe.g ,4:1.1.: iuJuceuloLts the citizens ;
F. .'and noulJ," otter I In case some of the
that gcxxl return
a pays: I e man and woman who know aqd love good pictures and whose experience has been
C. Brossler & Son. 1-% AvenueD c'jjar factories! should decide! to move wants to list your property I
largely gained thrcugh the exclusive art stores are likely to be skeptical when It Is suggest,,
or 211 Avenue D. 1.I here. He Cvjul.l! offer them no as!trr- i :
jj .. lances, or advice, but states most pos- 1 r BILL FOR DIVORCEin ed, that a really god picture may be bought cheap. Yet good CI"! (

,Jnva Anna ROTS, public 1 stenograph Rive'y 'hat part of the industry could pictures, nicely fra med. may be bought at our Xmas Sale, for 3\JG TO $15 I

*_r. office at F. C. Brassier! & Son. i dlvl'rted hire I if loca'ions and bOIId- 1 Illo JnIdtc.arcut any price from . . . f . . . .. .
Court of the Seventh -i'
theC'rjcut; i
12001-2 Avenue D. voter 12th I : Of Forida: in and for "t I .
expressed the opinion that the strike I
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i \ Dade unty-In Chancery. i l'
AssociationThe has been broken and that the manufac-
i Laura.* Xanders, Complainant vs.wilii 'Xmas! Umbrellas i Xmas Leather Goods
reta11l1erchantllj Association of 'urer mill be successful In their fuiJ I .
\ H Xanders, Defendant-BUI
Miami wall hold its regular meeting mandsBROSSIER'meana. \ de-I I }
tonight at which much business of \ for v rce. 1 Umbrellas $ You' assured '
all hate
'' To Wjjilim H. Xanders. defendant In omething we can, rest that a pretty
importance will be transacted, among dare Investments !" theVbOre foregoing styled cause: to buy under ordinary circumstances leather bag gill bean. appreciated

which will be winding jup of. the yean i I.U affairs and the election of officers for WantedI! Vest
To a single surrey Laura Xanders complainant in the lowly priced j that everyone should up your mind what to' buy-leT? this
the ensuing year.BROSIER j hone, ot each .
(without several fora months.portion above !Intitled cause, that yon are inonresident take advantage of the sale and be- hint be decisive These leather bags -
week for AddressP.
of the State of Florida
win collect, your rent*. O. Bos ,1, MlamL\ and that j your whereabouts residence sides, umbreflas make fine presents are);PRICED EXTREMELY LOW

\ and poitofflce address are to complainant -
Three ,eeganty!y urn'.she. rooms \
Prepared for Opening i u
suitable for light. housekeeping. J. I
I ., Therefore, under, and pursuant to1,
When the Royal Palm Hotel opens
I" H.Tatnm A; Co. | the i4il;' of the State of Florida. It la Xmas Handkerchiefs I Xmas SlippersYou :
I a few days! hence or more definitely i i, f
Chemist I hereby] ordered that you are hereby I
Returned to ] speaking January 8. it will
Nearly all of, the J j .her.men.who more favorable auspices and conditions required) to appear to the hill filed While our handkerchief: department may have a thousand suggestI I i
lIamil thefirst
fon In the above cause on
came.up 'from the channel to spend than ever before. For the past seven Istolday In February, the tame Is overflowing with pretty and dainty ions relative to gifts but'what Is ; ij
Christmas got away" for the lower weeks a large force of workmehave O. styles, we will make prices very low better than a pair of nice slippers?
|he Sta day thereof A.
coast again )yesterday morning and been engaged In building an &red i jr&e Jay thereof.It 1Ioc.I :
today, the majority of them going out dition to the,;servants' quarters by putting Ktfrther'ordere.1 that this
this morning. The.lwUJ! remain at on stories and prodding a
the grounds until the lose of the sea large number of new rooms. A grillroom I be published In the Miami Metropolis!, ws" IS i iI
son. { has also been added and Improvements a net Ptpet;' published la the city of i Xmas Furnishings for Men Xmas Sofa PUl
j "Iat91:>adt County, Florida, one i
t made In the,kitchen and;i :I
( each Jiretk tor eight consecutive weeks Ascot' t
For rent -'Xodenl apartmentstnrnlaheJ -'other departments of the culinary'branch It Is rther' ordered that copy: of I, Men's silk suspenders, neckNothing t beautifies a home more :

or unfurnished In the new Fin- of the house.. Inside the many I Ii thisrr per >be posted at the Court ties, four-in|hand ties combination thin a pretty collection of sofa plls -'

ley block<< Apply on' premises or to grooms i and borrldor* have been :'thor-.' HouaJ*door lnxthe County of Dad I : ts", suspenders garters silk hose. lows. Come and see our large assortment

fry* real estate dealer.1 j oughly renovated and put In first-class Dogs sand ordered pursuant to law : All of which make a useful gift. ;. ; nothing prettier than these s
1j condition while every other detail has &mi Florida this '
j I at & 1. Dade County '
Furnished rooms for rent .or lightkeep been amended I to, and even now the -th .ay* of November. A. D. 1905. i! :
houi<. l' at 2V) ecI'< rtreet I house could be opened satisfactorily.: A. K.'DEARBORN, [In addition to the articles printed here there are hundreds of other items in our

( IIn the garden, and grounds Chief Gar-j I I Clerk Circuit Court (j great holiday st ck. We sell what you want not'! what \ou don't want. People's

Fooled J 1 denerAndre sand his many assistants i; (Ct. Seal By J. L. Pherigo.! D. C. t:: tastes differ and we have a variety of gifts suitabletfor: everyone .:
Many Were f have been untiring in their labors and ,i j ,,\ ,
circa, which pretendedto GIIWorl@1. j 1
Sun Bros i i| the a'-a,. attractive landscape is nowmore !
.'give two performances. I here yesterday beautiful' and Inviting than. ever i ii ,$91fltor. for Comp'alnant\ t"tV I W., M. BURDiNE 315-318 TWELfTH STREET. MIAMI FLORIDA
successful'/ i ,. I IIi I 1
and last night .
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trained and Jurlng! the, early hours of.! I "..-.. .4> -- ---- --

the morning when many Mlamlans' '1 .
'wer" Breaming over th@old adage that GRAVES i iI i
"A fool and his money soon parts"; : WELLS & H :, March Villa' March Villa

1 pn'led out for up coast points.' Canaid1y I t 218 Thirteenth Sti: llT9thOX St. J
I Are prepared to |f e :ute" '
I speaking the circus was "bum"in orders in thlrt I 'OPPOSITE ROYAL PALM PARK BISdYNEOpen BAY\
4 ?every feature an11'Art. and those! ; : \
who attended realized that they Open October 15tfi December 1st
j management were victims claims of a cillosal to!have joke.lost $3,000 The 4;1 (Millinery Department>> HoliEL SERVICEMRS. i

I oi their'east ,coast]tour, and if the I I Designer of the latest rtil$ style. hat
in silk dark .traW!and light : Distilled! water for Drinking. : W. F. MARCH Props )
l exhibition to the '
given here was equal I /
ODes gvven elseher* their ned'dne! : the, people are the i I i j
ones.with the kick coming. I Ladies TailoringDepartmentIfejii I i Rutherford)i ij

f ;;We have ,one or[the best chancesfor For btreet. carriage and I ng costumes, .

i Investment In'3flam1 real estate.III waists tailor g. w41 I and coats r. I j' : J1 23 9th Street\) f ; J "
something which will pay 25 per cent '
232 Twelfth Street.. Miami j i. Ii
, Iivest'cate: this. f, C., Brooder i .
III I Now for BoardersMRS.
', Son., 12001.2 Avenue 1 D. or.C. C. CarTon. IL I ...I 1 I Open
214 ATenue D; HI i fl
ITThe .. ,

'over while : .
the rush U anth have THE GAUTIER
H : I ,: time, drop In and take a look at I r .. ,
QJttJ our! fine lice of Wool re s. Dont for ,I :... "ea.. C sat mask n Meet
[ You '
i io gel the p'ace. : Light and airy ,R om5. Polite, pr'ompt Service
t a may JOHN 8EWEL 4. BROFIeadquarters I I '

ttr siiart" Tailoring !: f I. Mrs. J. N. Feaster Pro

is : I 33$ Twelfth street Bscayne Block' ,


;;it f., i'ana a3 3 3tpp I cji rgOt: . : I Mark's s Oyster & Chop Hou!

,I.!". I I' ., .,:,.< Miami Steam I Sea Food Our Specialty.
: I f," Oysters bvipUte, quart or gaJon.

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>gin; the New V , Jl I 1 fiance now and I then .at the volume I 11 THE MUSSULMAN. 4,
1 which lay open on the table. "

I ConceitVariety Antoine I I Antoine, good (sturdy old Antoine, i HI* Dev.tl.a U laleasc .ae Be U
,by visiting the bad Just been offered the position of | i L i Frd .( His Hll teawi .'
I J foreman of a gang in the pineries at i i A traveler to Africa writes: "This Is .
MarieBy ; the headwaters of the Lievres. He bad : a ,eland of religion. The Mussulman's .!

and 10CIAuditorium! : Friday Ev.e., D BC. '29, 05 I worked In the lumber camps for yean devotion U intense, ever present andi ..
Virginia Leila Went but never as foreman, forsooth. Nevertheless all pervading being not an accessory .
I jCbpYripAt
1' For State Educational Association by I II be hesitated! about accepting ', tacked ou, ear it were, to hu life to be
.19o5.Dy L Y R'AftsAsad ; It. There was poor little Marie, he practiced more or lens surreptitiously .'
Store 1 M .. Franklin Coleman B ..Violinist pointed out to Blake.. What would become but an essential part wherewith and
I Miss Julia :Taliaferro.Mr. . ltb..1 ". .. Vocal One of her whereto he lives at all times. A Mussulman
They ,handle Tin. Wooden and Granite :: Franklin Coleman . .Pianist August morning with bis hlgt "Poor little Mariel" For the next few 'I prays openly' and publicly U
ware Towel! Mats,.Rugs, BlankMr I L Eugene B. Romfh. AccompanistMusic leather leggings, his easy costume: hli days Blake did a good deal of thinking nowise afraid to be seen. Every man
4 fishing basket and tackle, Paul Blak Marie bad never read Henry James or wean his string of beads whereon hei
eta and Comforts. Their 5 and 10 OF THEMiami strode along through the dew wet Cana Meredith. It wu!true; she had never I i records the number of his dally pray
cent counters are fun of useful articles I dian grass. He knew of a certain dee : seen a poster lady, never beard "Ca- Notwithstanding Its to us, uninviting
for the kitchen and dining room. ,I hollow to the brook which on such i mule" and yet in her setting she waa I apiwarance the religion baa

They handle notions of an kinds. ;; Conservatory 0 gray moist day as this would be th I perfect. Moreover, she was the sort to i made and ui U making great strides
haunt of adaPt herself readily' to new environj In:!';Africa, and one can only attribute
i juicy trout, and for the shoe i i
: Admission one dollar. Seats reserved free at Biscayne: Joy of expectation he whistled.. Fo j I menu. "And why not?" he argued this to the fact that here at last la a
: finally to himself, "She Is pure, beautiful I religion of whlcb Its adherents are U .
obnson & lnfflflKllK'DrugComPany/ :> on and after Wednesday.! December 27th. equal to Blake's love for the art o I and capable* of the deepest, ten- not l way asbaiueu. It offer to the

1U1111/I\.JJ! i Grand Steinway piano from ware rooifijof, Bush & Saf painting was his love for the sport o 4'derest t feelings. What she has not lathe ;! faithful absolute assurance of salvation '.

: ford Piano Co.. authorized Florida yes for Stein fWll.D,. He was not only enjoying bl superficial gloss of society. That 1 and eutfeuder that blind uulw..i-
No. 1017 Are. D.Between'lOth : represen
not want"One
summer gathering French Canadla ;, rating/ faith therein which U'so contorting
and 11th Streets:Miami I way & Sons. NFW York. I II II f landscapes; he was reveling to his favorite evening pushing his book aside to the native mind. "
--- ------- --- Blake glanced across at Marie
; ti'-qno--- ----- sport as welt whose I "Seeing a crowd of pilgrims bound for
.After an hour of successful fishing- eyes as usual, were bent on her knitting Mecca patiently-nay. with pleasure-
; i the quiet spot which he h.T selects She was bumming softly to herself enduring the worst treatment that one
be spied a splendid trout tncted cozy: an old Canadian boat tone could Imagine meted out to herds of

under a stone. But It was writtenthe ii "Dewcodes a, rombr. driven slates, one envies the excess .;
Fort National lank book of fate that this fish and th< M* Jolta blonde.- of;faith that can engender such a dls-
Dallas frying pan should not lightly Blake had often heard It above the position. Though robbed slain starved -
brought together. Fly after fly wai blow of the oars |hi the rowlocks, but : herded wltb pestilence and subjected .
thrown to vain. J Down through th< never bad the words seemed so fitting to countless hardships and annoyances
crystal clear water be could see th< as tonight He rose suddenly and laida yet year after year they
I sleek sides and the round nnspecula band on Jlto1n.'. shoulder. come from far and near thousandsjmd
l : Live eye of his intended victim, and b< "Let me take Mamaelle Mart for a I tens of thousands strong on this,the
resolved to try the'method of tickling little stroll in the starlight." lie said most wonderful and far reaching of latter ..'
$ OOOOO So he undid his' sleeve links; bam pleadingly. ..It'awarm; in hers.H)I will day pilgrimages. i
his arm and knelt upon the lichens take good care of,ber." ::T"Eh. At Jedda one sees pilgrims from j

clinging with one hand to an overhangIng m'siro! The old man dropped all corners of the globe Dutch subjects
birch. He was dipping cautious!} his pipe and gauged him silently for from Java Chinese from Peking: ;,
Surplus_ _$3.500 toward the ..aterJ); when there to tha a second with those black beaded eyes shiploads from India and Farther-.
: : pool before him. close to the reflectloi of hi... What hey read In the younger dla, Bnsslau subjects from all parts
t of his own; flashed'another.face man's face must have satisfied him of j the great empire, French subjects
It was a girl's face and to its unusual for be said finally with a little movement : from Algiers, from Morocco and dusky .1
loveliness It lay for a second like of his bandy; "It must not be far. I I negroes wbo bave tramped for months .
some magic picture. The next seconc See you, m'sleu And It cannot be for from the western shores of ,Africa.
f' Assets Half Million Dolla Blake observed with a thrill that th long." Through many lands and midst many
over a rs 'vision was being changed by the current Outside through the dusk there was tongues they come all to meet at this 1
and that his own blond curls wen a silvery glimmer. The woodland stir thronged center of the maelstrom of
r made to trespass gently over the girl' seemed like a sigh. Blake looked down the Mussulman faith." (t\\
dark ones. Then while be gazed at th closely Into the little face beside him.
reflection :with Xarcisus-Uke Intentness In the mind of the girl something indefinable GREEK ATHLETES. J1
Statement at the Close of Business November \\h.; I905condensed the other face'vanished as suddenly bad arisen, something which ( t
as It had come. r bad stolen away I jail her gay capricesand The, War They Umm sad the styli .f
Springing to his feet, Blake perceivec set.her trembling. Track Th.r I'***.
( () from Report to Comptroller of Gut r.enjY.m( ; the beut trunk of ;an alder which proJected "Ma petite blonder! Blake used the fin the foot races of the ancient

across the Stream from the to] soft provincial word for sweetheart Greeks" says a writer, "the shape of .-
of the bank above, and be knew tua that Marie had used In her song. His I the stadium caused a great difference ..
: Resources the girl must hare been leaning ove tone was one of 1 gentle entreaty his since It was 'not circular but long and
the trunk from that higher bank uncoil I attitude was that of reverence. I narrow, with one or both ends semicircular. .

:, Loans and iscounts.- . . ..... .. $263.386.1 : scioua of his presence, until like i "JIa petite blonde ," be repeated tak- Consequently the runners had j

f Overdrafts ...... ..,. . .... .. . i. . . . 3,463.f startled deer she fled. ing her hand and)jllfting it softly to his intake, a sharp turn at the end of each
lips. "I want for little wife. 1 lap, while at the turn
you except
U. S. Bun s account Circulation. . . . . .. ... 52oeo "She was like one of Murillo's gyps] I! Will let take my they were 2
eyed Madonnas! be exclaimed. yon me : care of yon always I running a straight course. Evidently
I Other Bonds owned 50.500. though he went on for awhile : ?" this turn needed much practice, for the .1% i
Banking louse. . .. ... . : .. .. 50,000.&. with his trout fishing. tbe sport An11 She looked at slightlywith wide sur- pictures on the old vases show athletes 11
.; to have lost a bit of flavor. I,prised eyes and lips : practicing this one part of the race asa
j, Available Cash Assets The next day Paul Blake drew : "Ton, m'sleut" she said breathlessly. :kind( of drill taking each movement
bone before the) kitchen door of d I "Tou to take care. of me?" It seemed. separately. .1

U,. S. Bonds owned.... ... . . . . . .$19,000.00 : whitewashed farmhoiue, and Antoln j Incredible. ''In early times when all tbe runner
For answer be,! drew her to him a. turned round the same post the turn '
Due'from U. S. Treasurer . . ... . .. 2,600.00 Martin: rose to greet him. I knight of old would : for \f;
'Blenvenne, m'sleu," said be with ok a have drawn a gave opportunities foul play and t
i>- Due from banks............ .. .. J.. .. . 92.012.52 French hO'pltallti.OlAnd will m' ledlsmountT" lady and looked i'Into her lovely face. there are stories of one competitor trip-

Cashonhand...... ... .. .. . .. .. 31,873.83 $145.487.|: His blue eyes and her :Murlllo eyes I ping another at the port or seizing him '.
met and pledged each other in deep by the hair to prevent his winning.But .
Total resources........ ...... .. ... . .. .. .. $564,8369! Blake did dismount, and as be stoo.to I drafts of gating! then with a superb Liter to the shorter distances at
the wide doorway he tried to account
motion of surrender Marie reached up least, each runner bad his own track .
for his He was .
+ i Liabilities presence. L j and put her arms about his bead. and post to turn round and probably 1;
painter forsooth and doing this sectlo:>
Thus to I'M11t1.clId his blond curls the separate courses were roped off to
of Canada. He had already collected '
Capital pa d in.... ........... ... ..: .. ..;. ... .. .... $100.000. a good many views, but among theall t I trespass gently over the cirri dark much the same way u they are now
Surplus aid profits....... .... ... .. .. .. ........ ... 5377.. I there was DOt'done more wonderful ones, even as once they had seemed to to sprint races. For the start elaborate '
do In that reflection to the And arrangements were made and at Olympia .
Circulation.... ...'. ... .. .... .. .. .t .. . . .. .... 52,000. than that which could be obtained from thus was brought about the pooL winning ofAntolne's the stone slabs are still to be seen }
tile level plateau) on which Antolne's
Bills .1 ) with the grooves at regular interval '

"+ Deposits ..,..,...... ...... ... .. ....... ........ .. ..... 342.459 || farm stood. It was as U the hills had uarle.1A that bad to be toed at starting. 1 1
i. here withdrawn to leave an arena for Ztasn ........... I"Greek long distance men ran la the i
.... Total liabilities...,.......".....::,,..I-, ...... ...... .. $564,836.$ tome great spectacle, some ancient Probably the most complete Incognito most approved style of the present :1;
.'; Gomparathe savage pageant !I Might be therefor, on record was that adopted by King day. But tbe sprinters apparently employed i
itatemeat of deposits showing increase In business be permitted to fetch his easel and Charles of BotUnanla on his way to a considerable amount of arm -j |

-- -Nofembef 17th. 1903................i......,..?. .... .. $155,446.; I palette moray and and beauty to put of upon It all canvas? the hai.J- take possession!! of the Wallacblaa action and took very long steps, rising \ [
throne I well on to the toes. Then there was the. .:
? November]10th 1904...t .... 254777.! Blake saw the }lithe figure of a girl At the time U e relations between race to armor, an event highly'praised s
November1"" 9th,'1905.;. ..... 342,459,! sitting opposite to him her arms upcii Austria and Prussia were exceedingly by several of the Greek writers u a '':
the table her dimpled face with the strained-It wait j Just before the outbreak valuable preparation for war aDd \:
Mnrillo eyes framed in both bands, tar j of war between these two nations which Is supposed to explain the famous -
scarlet lips parted In breathless listening -and the Vienna government was running charge of the Athenian
I hanging upon his words. Ah lu :.J. was with him to be sure. If be bad' prince of the bouse' ot.Hobenxollem ,i }J.[, a:

: lost the trout yesterday he had j ascending the throne of Bonmanla.It A U..IT C........_ ,
the girl today. font| I j was feared] therefore, that obstacles !"My father W. Clark UnsscH." said
I "Come here, cherie" said old might be >placed to the passage I Herbert Russell In telling of a literary
to the girl, and to the stranger "1is r over Austrian territory of the newly coincidence, "had finished maturing the

II niece. Marie." elected sovereign of the Wallachs. An.cordingly j plot of his novel. 'The Death Ship: ;
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I King Charles traveled down which Is a version of the legend of Van-
"But, you littleJ/'water sprite yon II ii. the Danube 00bo/) rd the Austrian j I derdecken. I was his amanuensis t
tIe Undine, however did you get yo.4r steamboats disguised as a servant and I the time. He said to me. Tomorrow .;
I Face so mixed up with mine that ('. yIn in the second or:third class cabin. ; 'ire will beil1the story.. On the foN :
tbe pool?" Blake asked one moral g The two or three members of his lowing morning when I entered hX ::
as Marie stood Watching him at work suit, who of coarse, were In the first study to take his dictation of the ojrentog ;
'?ti: .' f R 1r++ sl t tOME on his canvas. +I class cabin al1'ered to treat him with '' lines he showed me a letter he bad .
"Eb been m'tten. I bad gone out f >r the utmost severity and contempt and just received. It was from W. 8. Gilbert -
a pique-niiine on |the barrens" and-rji- assailed him with loud reproaches for the well known' dramatist asking
masse les granages-'what! you call pldk alleged negligence to his menial duties. him wby be did not write a novel
berries," she answered In her quaint It was only on setting foot on Rou- ,j( about the Flying Dutchman.1*
English speech, eked out with bits if manlan territory that the roles were ,I .
patois here and ,.there. Then she explained reversed and that those wbo bad remained > ,i I Fumrrmlm I. Ik. Hlalla.ds.
b'ISh 'd leaned oVfr t&o on board the steamer were < j ii;JA Scottish correspondent writes of ;
trunk of the tree j from the bank above able to witness! the ceremonious wel- j funerals in the highland: There are
i' I It to wash her stained fingers: ; bow Just ,cuuie hix-viued b) ILe Wallai.tan a a- I i, no cuJcrtskers her::. A Clustermakes
-- I as she was In the act (' dipping dow i, thoritles to th4 j erstwhile valet and tbe simple coffin, relatives and
she had seen |!reflection In the wi- footman. friend carry it. hip high, to Its,tostfestlug
ter and was startled. ,
] L I place which Is dug when the
; Between the strokes of his bra$b j Rlv.r F.Mr.l. Ia end of the Journey is reached and.
We lic's Blake took surreptitious. glances at te The river Spree! which runs through j having walked perhaps six miles to
invite the attention to the above condense
report om sworn tie
,' willowy figure, half holding back ;Berlin, has a tajblt of almost continuously the chosen klrkyard. they take a; refreshment -
statement to Cgmvtroiter of Currency, which shows our present condm apple- boughs as she talked half swlnjj) overflowing its banks. As a "" I of sandwiches and whisky
ing on them. Rebel locks bad broken fult the lowlands "I and walk home The
Outgrowth above i beyond the again. rigorous
in deposits is shown by the comparative stat t- gain
: a cut of confinement and were curllag ,,called Spreewa are almost always absence of pomp Is maintained; but
of one hundred thousand each year jor the past three-years. B\\ statemen'tsshow damply about her warm white ne k i under water In summer and covered there is the added embellishment of
and that crumpled rose leaf of an ear. with ice to win er. :Much of the summer pipe music." t;
that the Fort Dallas National BanZ' selected by the United d es as a de- '
; ( Ah. she was exquisitely delightful: i traffic Is done on skates and with I' (b

'positary public moneys is growing in strength and popularity.Our That same day be said to Antoine: I sledges. The poktman delivers his mall I |; Ct. H... !. T....
"If yon would permit Mile. Marie lo either In a boat skates I
]or on the children "An English druggist gives the following
,cl!' oJlers\saV\ ,it is a pleasure to do business with us. l 'e hare am sit to me and if;, Mile. Marie will cop- skate to s boot, and the ladles go list of blunders made by t!s poorer: ::

pie capital f or all requhemehts within the field of legitimate bank( compounded- sent"-he questioned the Mnrillo ey s. (to market on tie water wagon or on customers: "Catch an eel" for cochineal -
which him his ,
silently i
gave i the! ice.
"prosperous paste" for
duct a Savings Department and pay 5 per cent interest\credited\ then fell beneath his own-"I I I.
a\\ answf' Even the dead are carried along the paste; "grease It" for creosote;
1 ed quarterly. Respectfully. I a painting that was worth I river to. their last resting place to a : rfl+hy wster for vichy water; "guitar"
CT0 t So the August; days passed coffin resting on a bier to a boat covered i for catmb; "everlasting". for efferTe.ring. -
brief Canadian summer wu over j'.1- with flowers.. The hearse Is pad- I l II l
I ready they bad j started to burn the lied by two of the undertaker's assist- I
wood that AntoIne bad. cut for win{rr ants. In the first boat fallowing are I I II I F.... .f Haklt. Jinow /

J we. 1r the: clergymen end' the family, and the i{; many time baa your husband
f.i # i While tbe piled up logs sent red usual long line lof coaches la supplanted : i jleen" under the knifer
: lights: flickering about the planter ?d by a long llde of boat These are < "Dear me I don't know but he's bei.
:t ; IL walls and shining/ floor, they wo Id paddled sometlnSes by men, sometimes !Ccne so accustomed to It tba>; be lies '
often show that Blake had Joined t le \by women. but :always by some of the jd\wn to be ojfrated on every time be 1\
3 Martin home group and was reading; f friends of the deceased. These water I f; m a doctor."-Chicago Record-Her_&*
r ; .ld Antoine who listened soberly *- (funerals are very picturesque u they !old. '7 trp
-- Cashier rween long whiffs at bis pipe. Ma le wend their way)through the temporary

t '.. I would sit on the high backed ben channels caused by the overflowing f. Arctic explorers say the aurora pro-
sear the clockj knitting stealing a I pree. I an agreeable'prickly, stimulstLag -
" I, sensation.
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HOTEL AR IYAlS ._. 11.,4.R.ekr .1
School T :rm Examination -- XOaC9sNKJra&aajrijaa&JBaC Tfc Cite ova at Tk 4
Wer'Cent.RductioniIt I Continued f om Page 1. I From Sweden's cai Itil.an.enfliB
San Carlos J. Town feldt. Jack i:
tic visitor writes: m* sky; bee *,
Russell: James Ra b.Ruth MooJy. EmS'.nge sonvine; Dr. and Hni L J. R. KIp- : mat Italian radiance a* the ouu" j
pez. Chicago; George leter. Barber- ':, clear awl brt;;Iit ou the {Utterly
.1 ri ma Lummus. EWe Milliard. Vlh vileC.: E. McGahoj in. Jr. Ocala; of the lasjou& that Uhltie tOfruu
len. Lucie Kowe. oe Morgan Talto .
C.V.. HIghley. Conectlcult: ; J. A.. the 0.1. Jeroa
I Tucker, Garnett u'ssell. Edward Melertsoo f which a J:<'tt of r.h:to ferrybo,!
\ Jacksonville J.! Allen Jackonville
Davis ; H. -
ON ALL Nell ".race Cdl Ralph Gra rhea the brand rout of the i>alnkitru
Minnie Glenn ; E. Ludford. Virsfnla; B. T. i outline of which 1* FUnrtft 1 1ru
ham Stanton :ser.
WblUaekoonvllle: ; Andrew. Sledd.LakeCity >Mt glow Mhicb time ilea lent _
Grade 4. Section A- Annie McLen
; C. L. Crow, Lake City. I brli-kwork. In front of the palace-
don Theo :Moore Roscoe Seyle. Wll l'flade-tllsll Florence F.Mann.1 la broad quay crowded with" Ihi

Winter j lie Hamilton. Th- esa illlllarJ: Lent In-litnJ wLIch one way catch peer
Weight lotninq Nashville Trnn.: Miss j Lillian McGahHI .
J 1 Shl..IJII.1Iarcellll'1l Boyd.Mertle Groov narrow win-ling streets.. wlth'i
I f'r. Carew Sanders Miles fever, Man Miami; )(. C. Bryan. Ksramee! ; !I roof and paluteUiboain t>-" .siniri '
Calwell. Jame E. \\? Hen.Irtcks, Miami; \' .T. Hf'..1 \ The miiiare'front of bit gteI
uel Hart Annie .ee '
: ry Lake dry; Dr. 8. L. Berry Lake I I,! risen above thejretl) and gtays
Matthews Ruth 4"oemans Isabe Lake seeming to command .old cityC.
I City; T. H. Owens City! Mr. i I< kbe
i Frow Isabel) & wyer. Mary Rice my right the water narrow to a i ii
and Mr J. E. Wlse.jj. A. Ormond.
Arthur DtBerry.tie lxiiU Coker BeiRiwney .I i rushlns: _stream over which".*:
Mar-anna: Miss C.W.Henti.Marianna; unit!
I Hoefer Ruth John bridge; Las been thrown
= Miss Maggie Polk Marianna: Otis R. palace with the picturesque ptle 0
v : I Oscar
I 'a.' ell Maurice Hli.
eoi Parker. Ft. Pierce. I opera house, or. ether with the I Isquare
; I llton. Fred Glenn, Curtis (' .
which It vtand Behtn
I In
,., \ I Biscayne-Mr. and!Mrs. Elmhart,
1 { {= -. II" i gle Yoetr.ans. orxntbou. U. broad street* of
I ,, .. Mrs. We H. Weks. New York.J. M.
'iJ I: Grade t. Section B- Jeasto Pratt.I era houses In which there are
G. William. Bowling preen. Ky. T\1.
) I Virgil Singleton 1 Jlllan Graham. MaiCampbell. ; petted gUm! +es of waterwayswith ..
1 I M. Holloway Tallahassee: Miss Cllnn .hlpi4uc.tockhoim. =_
Cell K nfman.Vlrgle Mat r
; I IJ Hampton. Tallahassee!ji IJ. G. Kellum, U built oa a een.1I1t .!
.:era. Louis! Segade Joe Dillon. Diehard Lake )Malaren .
J I I Tallahassee; L. Larson. Chicago; Dr. formed by
1 : Enloe Katie May Marks Elma Kau Indeedthe city of a thousand
I! C. R. Platt Ft. Pierce: J. E.WooJ.M'ss .
I man. Jennie Hard in, Joe Jenkins, Ev i Miss'sti and rocky reef, which are sows I
Bullock, S. Wilson.R.H. '
1 trial I': cast many miles beyond the lit
+I Bran Emory Leitherman (on ; -
I Carver O. B. Dart, Live Oak: where the lake and river Jam tot
Winston Jones Porter Enloe (on trtall
ti. I i. it;i Wm. B. Han Mr. and Mn. R. B. The steamer which ply op tad,
1 \ Grade 6. 8ectloi A Floats .
afford' endless n
i s Lowe Rutherford St. Augustine: Ida M. the lake
I "_. 'If, George Whitten jcharlle Mills, ePltcbford ,Strann. Atlanta; Miss i I O. Miner Miss Seaward yon may sail a day an
'.' John ChrlstensoniawrenceGautler Islandz'unU1 yon reach the IoDS:
Grace T. Ooold. West Palm Beach .
;, Ulnette Munro, Jack Watson. ; reefs on which the Baltic bats,
: A. M. C. Russell BrookjrlEe; Robt. "In spite of their cold ottma*
F I :1Tr: : "a4a.4FI'ir : J, ,: Victor Mnllett. Oa Baker. Emmett M. Ray Plant City; A. A. Mmrpnree Swede delight In the open air.."

.. '": .. ., Cooler. Ullle LWS, Leroy Z ner.. Tallahassee: MUs Mi it U. UeUnrla.TO. the InJoor Ufe of English er:
Richard Wat kins,j Brown
.'. .f Mary Harold E. Knlgloe. Jacksonville: E.. R. lean cities It U a great pleasure to \
;' r.. Bally. Metta nfebterkamp. ;i Wse. If. A. Adams LInn Goff. one's meals out of doors,
., ,
I : ,. Grade 6. Sectlo A -Anna Sanders, nay sometimes be niuasary'bt',
AT i
: Bryan..
I :; '. ;,..: lave Oak; Miff Mary .KU- I wrapped In aa orercoaL We
Claire Adams l ulse
i I I" f' :."" Steblhauer'l elmmee. ; : (seen people dining la the T\nU|
'j! > '; t.. Johnathan Sharp. 1 Southern Hotel Mrs. J. W.Parch: beneath awnings and ambft11aa Sa
: It Grade 6. Sectl m B Annte Jennings. VWscons'n: Mlir Pearl Roper R. R. raIL'T1Ja habit may ezpUla ttel
} f Lnla Tucker.. Bessie WUllam- and of the Swedes."
f > : ; l: Roper R. L. Cox Mrs. J. W. Parch vigor_. i
Settle Lillian ..
;r son Qnarterman Wood. -
: Danlaj
i : c Sewell II' .. ,. Maul Roper. ; Fred Roettner.
: '-,, Bnrchle Worthington Mary Antes' Farrow. POINTED'. PARAGRAPHS r
'S' ,". ':''I. New Tort; J. O. Fort Land- "
J Ha11iManrlce Ln-\ "
\ Pope. Elate rude :
erdale; J. A. Martin Boston L. C. Craiy people never'think thqcrazy. :
I ." : ) : I clle Peck AJelln i Screven. Ruth Harrison Bradford. Turner. Maine; Mr. anJMrs. Are yon easy! 'if

.'" '. ,'L'", Frank Don.;la*. Helen Hermann" 'E. L. Sander;::. Cutler; Arthur The average person place tab i
r I j : -I, : : Racbel Hovelsh d. Cecil Boss G confidence In an apology- : y
"IlL 1 r- Cb pla. Springfield, Maa*.;.R.T.Burr.I : ;
Teople'tr not *o ranch Iq I
trade Qulgg.Earl* Wilson. Edna Rowe: Perrine: M. A. UarnalL W. D. De- .
your grievance you think they i
Cora SIkes. Lillian Wayt Violet Stephen Berry. Daola: Mrs. Edith Hunter Jensen .I '
It U one thing to appreciate
Hannah Jones. Myron: Amason. ; Miss Mary Dudley, CassU. Fla.;
I I I pllment and another thing -.to t
Cl IOthinSPef Lewis Cook. Mantle Lee, Alva Bade Palemr H. Ayer Boston; L. R. OsMen. low It. "f.-'

baugh. I Lake Butler; J.A.J. Pnholster.! ;I A'woman never Used powder !

Grade 7, Section A Annie Mae Providence Fla Mrs RobIIlIOn. Pro,..: man didn't notice It. But woes'
Cornelia I "Men are so easily footed!"
Williams Veins I(Lynn Dean Idence Fla.:; J.Manh Jl Harrell.Knox- ,
Men don't like men uri weD
Leffler.A'ma' Lin. grenMlldred Romfh, ;
rile; Mrs. Charles C odmeD. Atanta;
I en dont like women very w nAnd
Fay Strange. Julius Rockner. Susie Maggie Kyle. Annie Kyle Rer. Chas.Klngsley. men quarrel 'with worn

} Pope. Bessie JenIDI. Fred Enloe, Nellie A. K. Crawley.. Live Oak; times.

Now js the time to buy and to 5e your money Schofield. Charley Chr'stensos.B4s. Thfo. D. Culp( "llligton. Fla.; J. T. When a man regret that beget
much In hi youth i ibow
schooling *
"'e Lane Helena HorelsrnJ.
I Diamond. Montbrook Fla.; W.L. MeJotm -
I I his son who have to go to i i'don't
Campbell Reab n Holy; Suite Bun-Flnnis. O'Brien, Fla..; [ B. Wig
.. rympathlM with him u m
r nell. I Madison L. M. -
t jstns ; McLeod W. be expected.AtehUon ,Globe.
hi Grade 5. Sec!+n B Bruce Mop.t- C,Bailey.MaJIson; Miss )loUle, Bush- .

,J.1".a.' ; ; ...".... gomery, Lorrna Godwin t Homer Hughes I -\nell. Fla II.I II. I -. t.
Marian Swno1en. Jennie Whltnall,I t 1' """ .

Elsa Halnlln. AWx ('u'l)4>rt80n. RU 11 : II r They who have never knoV
: I LolltWhUe English terrier bitch; Ity can hardly be'aald to be
Hand. I It II from the remembrance of jo]
f ears!
Le Bon' I Grade f Sectln i B- >"he' Padse: t.i'long tail clipped ]i 1
o.n Edwina Rabb > lldred White Let' a !f returned to this office. i are pointed.-Emlle Zola.1 .: E.

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Mann. Hubert Stephens. Roy Youni,s. -- ,

Grade 8. Section A-Nell'e Whltten. am the distributing '

Hattie Jennlnn.] Katie Pratt, LaufaJorner. | I PRfST-LITE .:

: Lonnle fambpeIl. Elrtra DeVaun. !I gas tank and carry a full
Mott Yartiorou h. Jessie Ma of automobile tire., ch
TO I Y -.a: and sundries complete
THE PLACE era. Fannie C'(>m ns, Paul Rader, Neal for'
Vcaaiziaffplant Car ,
h Y. Halnlln. Jo Clancy. Carrie Chapman.I c. R.ZACHARIA; ,
Wilson Robinson[Giadys Laswter.Erle Danlaf Block.Miami ;:

Hardln.: Robert Taylor, Charles Dillon. .f- gag(. Hall Block. Aibmry: far .
HousFurnl {hl Theodore Bunne IJ. I A{ '

i gs Miami Igh SchoolFoartb l 1 I'I
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amlDaUonl unfinish'Pd

D.rJ" D. Eatel'e real'-E'De, Rrw'hers" Alice Ellis! .I I II!

Ma"lIr.J.I" "' IIU
: The Largest Stock Lottie Jred 'Taylor. I II

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r ) le Ruuen.Fred Pine
't :1"I.. ma Fre.lundJ
; ';:I.- :,? : I' ti Nicer Than
the select fro
city to t Alice Martens (esamlDat1oQ unflnlabed Nothing

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II I. Second ,..al'- Eleanor Mla; lob:
k Barron. Jewel B nton Grace Jarrek i
retty Slip erfor
Thomas Jarrett Ben Wilson Rub: a

Hinson Raymo d Waldl. Joseph

9f Cheatham. Laura Hovellt'11t1. W"lIe El.ila .

Cecil Watao Sam Barco, George A Gift.We
Comforts from . . ... . $ I I. to( $3.25 Hn1Iy.Irregular. .

Ev Lane Joseph Hickson. : i

White Quilts from. . . . .7m to $4.50 Herman H vetlrud, Stuart Hey 3

see Louise Bennett.

Blankets, cotton,:from . . .$ I.PJ to $1.75. First ypar- ene Ramsey David
Ramsey Amy S !tb, Andrew Har:1: n.

Ida H..I1 LI'lIa Crawford have them for everybody in
Blankets wool from $8.50 Bentfn many
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$3.mto Dean Edith Ra. abough Frank BI n' styles: colors. See our bdies' Turk.
Raymond Pchee. Marie Haddlea-
Lace Curtdios from $6.50 too ish Boudoir slippers perfect dressers.
. .: ton >Ethel Chas4 mlfred Cook Robert
.7"lto McLendon.irregular We also have a large lot of neckwear

Roy Padgett. Cola Nobson. for mln I: and hors at 250 and 500, the

Blanche P Nellie Shsw
0 which we believe is 'not in
Katie pollard.Hrry mrn
Muller McLendon.llwVllam Stenq Budge, Sarah Neil. In fact we have many good

Table linens, towels and l taperi6S. IOn. !, thing besides suitable for Christmas

I gifts our REGULAR LINE.

all qualities and at the (lowest, prices. Broealer t wantato! lilt your property I .

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The .td: .:...1: I. ft". Ii u;.....tine ;.M-I

to lift from heavy a w London cbta hangman Ia curiously In thbeginning derived .-II Shoes and Clothing

s of thJ seventeenth Ct'n'urywhOiK'llm L'I i
mss 1i rodorle awl who h
.: : II. often mentlouedllD' old pia,.. "He!I I Always glad to show youij
rldetl circuit wltb the devil sod i1el
Burdine& / I rick must he aDd 'O'OOrDe the .
Quena1 tau at wltieb! ; liobt" occwa Ju"TIle

;: ,,"r Bellman: 1. h"t'-1. 11m.," ro1TUl.te published: ij I Miami Shoe Co. ?; a

came afterward' ito be applied by an
I easy transition ta/ the.gallows and later I I
Proprietors of LE BON TON. 300-302 1ta dfth Street Miami. I still to any frame, or contrivance resembling *
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I wi:1-: be ac JJ1 shed. The attention of the board was i a PRESBYTERIANS TO I before "
( F I "I up Judge Keedy. In the draft
MODISTO LEAL. CUBAN( LEADER \\.F.1Ia' anJ.R. Mama returned I to the fact that the tax al euo1"' (FORM ORGANIC UNIONMeeting Court today.

to the c t Wednesday on the!I for 1901 was low ready for the 1 oard. i r The canal has been worked with a
f IN'' THE KEY WEST STRIKE steamer YI t e from a business trip 1 and ion motion it was agreed ttu t the Held to Combine Prtsbytsrian loss for some time and.the time at tbs u
to Tampa. I board' would meet Thursday. Ute noon and Cumberland Churches extended contract with the TranpotV <
Mr.; G. F fr rrll was a passenger for the purpose of receiving the woks anon Company expires on January 1st. ,

1.T. on board ascetic last Wednesday -j and 'taking the necessary step to I I Louis Mo. Dec. 17-At a meeting next. Unless the court grants permission
'3eSAY1 THAT,HE WAS KIDNAPPED BY FOUR MEN, TAKEN ABOARD A night f f ampa.Mrs. : place them in the hands of the[clerk ''to be held at the Southern Hotel this to renew the contract with fit*
.':*, Yce ck,w1fe of Captain)IeIConnick for the Inspection of the public] I'I evening two ''committees of five mem- Transportation Company tads mot.

1;t.> STEAMER AND'SENT, TO TAMPA STATEMENT. DISCREDITEDiana. last Wednesday It was moved! by Alderman Knight hers each, representing the ,PresbySt. favorable conditions, which win laser-
night! from It p t trip to Tampa.. that if the :election commissioners terlan and the Cumberland PresbyterIan the operation of the canal withovtlossvthe 1;

Y Died se .. I'1a.' ou Tueld elected at the last city election had churche the final arrangementswill ,canal will have to be closed.
.Metropolis Duress, and! Simontoa streets by four masked morning, 15. Angel Sanche& not qualified,''declare the office vivant be considered for completing the

Key Uest. Dec. 25. men who forced him to get Into a carriage the remain .t' red on the steamer The meeting i then adjourned. organic union of the two churches on TRANSFERRING HUNDRED TWO LUNATIC'Jackson

There'U no change t'n the.strike sit and he was driven out to the Olivette Fri night and were taken The many ,[friends of Mr. Jer mlah''I the basis which has been approved by
.4 to the famib 1i4ence ou Elizabeth Fozarty will regret to learn of htf fall- : a majority of the Presbyteries of the
nation, la fact it sems to be in a greater county road where he was kept until La, Dee. 27 -Two fcoadrsd
.. street R lug health He hat decided to re I two chnrchei; In the spring of the reu. '
tangle than erer., Last Wednesday the steamer blew when he was carriedto recen completed Insane persons one hundred of them ,
hue c.used'a the
The &Yy rains from active life and has resign ( After \wo committees hare *
'.morning and all during tie day there. the steamer under arms. ; cessation J e work at the head of with William Curry'swhich1 their task, the entire committees white, the rest colored were .taksst
wins'-' treat excitement" among' the Cub- He Bald he was well and In the hands the .iaand f e present The force he has ably filled for f..l.positIon appoint >d for the purpose by the from the Jackson Insane Aayiusi 1mPlnevllle

for they'claimed that llodlstoLeal of his friends. The last telegram stated -I has ben tp 1 to ,Stock Island, Tears two churche;i will hold their first Joint It required five jiiiseiuss
::41" : :the leader.of the Cubans and see that Mr. Roberts, vice-president of where the bt I t.Isla dry. Mrs. Washington fon.aJnta'f and session which, win concude with a banquet coaches and one.baggage ear to traaa
i'f'.retaiy of their union was missing This the International Union would arriveon The boar t \aldermen held theirreruar daughter, Gladys returned on i last Tomorrow and on.the following port the two hundred patients sad the
is 1] brought forth from.the Cubans the de'fdsioa tho boat from Tampa Friday night.After m at,the city,hall last trip of the New York boat tht Phil-I days the joint committee wm hold a large PlnevUle.force' of attendants from here toe .

;; that they"would not. settle the hearing tie. telegrams .read the Thursday nl'R Mayor.Babcock presided salvatage's brother and Mrs. aney. I number of meetings until every detail ,
,'shrike: untfl Leal was' produced" no"mat- meeting decided that nothing could be and !t e tire board being pre.. Mrs. Allen E. Cleare left last Friday '!of the merger I so far as the union of, BIRTHDAY OF

Jj'ter what the terms were and they re- done until Leal returned to this city. cut: I, to spend Christmas with_her.i. i Istes, boards colleges! Presbyteries and synods OLDEST ODDFELLOW
'fused to snow anyone but'Leal to open The meeting then adjourned.The A tI If Ion.was received relative Mrs. Alexander Conrad of Miami of the two churches.

!;the'erelope. containing the proposition' telegram containing the news to tf. ndlng of bonds.. ',The The plan of corporate union Is to be Sumner. la,.Dec. 27 -.Joha Wads..
r..fafcjh they claimed was ut1lf ctorr.n .- of ,Leal'. abduction absurd, as Itwould matter.. @f rred to'he'city atorney WESTERN FRUITMEN submitted to the two general assem- who has the distinction! of,being t_
7 : general opinion of the"cornmun- be utterly lmPo. lbJe for four for a rep'' on the legality the IN CONVEN ION I biles next May, when the'Presbyterian' j j oldest number of.the Order of.Oddfel
I Assembly will meet Del Moines.
l tty is.that .Leal'lain tiding.' Friday'momint I men to carry another through the transaction. at f lows thing 'Is celebrating his eighty-;;
that of the ( church
r word was'received. that Leaf street to a crowded dock without being Dr. Plum tr, 81 f18.1! agent: of the pnmberlanj In I seventh birthday t>)hT. lie IMtcouiae a
ohad'been heard from!aLTampa. .A otsenred. Moreover on the night city Fled a est against the issue Des Mtfnesj! ; la. Dec, %-The Vest.open. catur. 111.WANT I member o'f the order !n .If 13.when the

committee, has been appointed .to"go, that Leal Is supposed to have left the of he refu ''bond on account or ern.Association of Fruit Growersed -1 I orgaa-' 'stioa was ci.y a few years old.Mr. ;
.Ito Tampa,and bring him beck.A jBtf amr for Tampa was closely watch their l1Jt'gaUI.! t its annual,meeting here toda The CONTRACT RENEWED I Wade 'hi a saddler by profession t.
It ,large meeting of clgannakers,was ed from the time of Us arrival to Us !, A comma on was'received from attendance is quite.large and the meet- I i I i j but has devoted himself to farmlari
.Frldsyat San'Carlol Hall to listen JE'partuie.an4 no one saw him go.on j lthe Captain I' Igbt po'Ice, Lem Baker lug presents many Interesting fea :nm. Hagerstown MJ. Dec. -Tbe:! hear.i for many years. The members ,of
.. to the reading .of,,the telegrams By many It Is thought that the telegram tenderln resignation By.unax. a Many prominent! fruit growers ai d ex- ;tug in the !Satter of the petition of 1[this lodge will kiTe a banquet la hi* ,
faald' to hare been received from Lea] did not come from Leal at all ou8 t the communication fens from this and other fruit States :(Joseph Brya Hugh L. Bond, Jr'. t honor this evening. .
!Four messages were read, the first of but from some confederate In Tampa. was laid! on tabe. are in attendance and some hIgh y important surviving tristees of the Chesapeake
';;'hlclr.tated that on' Tneartay night Another meeting will be held Fridaytllgbt On mot o captain of police was papers have been promised ts 1 &" Oh'o Tra sportatlon Company fOr I Fruit cake the best that can :b*
j lie was met on'the corner.of Division/ but it Is' doubtful if anything given leave ,I' bsence of thirty da"s. be read.kg : !tie operation of the waterway, comb! !made at Seybold's Bakery. -.
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that needs repairing Just let UI'jknow
t and we will mend It for yon. i

Pierce '
e s +J u well as any other kind of t a ar- 11
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T !w tides,so they, last as long as i newoften I,
one yon might buy. Our work Is a
Perfection Last.: e y r more lasting!land wean longer than

'ALWAYS'READY" ,, 'ALWAYS KEEK., the new vesseL' A thrifty housewife are "High Rolers". l the first ,.quality. his.
looks well to her lining repali and i
Ts'ar' Simply: LatherandShave. :Is always satisfied with our wof with pleasure that: we sell you either; -
i IULTUX t You may have no fear that
The wonderful feature: of this razor Is the L-
A WAS xz blade; 'Twelve blades.(twenty-four sharp _L 4 r
TO LAST ..; edges) as nine as paper as JUJU as flint,as either will fail you
FQtYEAB. TOCOH and rr saw R as.whalebone. ,go with. I I I
.:z each set. EACH for ? Acme Billiard Parlon
BUiDEis good ] _
from TWEHTT Hudson Cycle Co.

\\1309AVENUEDS'E t ". ,
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k. Tiid. ..' r fq BILLIARD Ail FIVE POOL TABLES '
,Wrni Medal at SuM !t\ THIS" BUT SOFT DRINKS SERVED. I ,' .

iSAO 1901.a Y Money Loan OR o Household FDniitore
Cigtr. tt Tobacco kept in stcc k. Miami fJ.ldr

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AeDade : Without: removing !sit from the house in r-

sums of $5.00 and up.- Can be"paid back in

;; For Sale -byl&Iscayne Co. Title Insuran I! sums of $ i.oo a week. Business strictly

: Drug'.Gbmpany confidential. Write Ls arid solicitor will call .

a Trust Company

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Paid. Up j lapUal $75OOO. Surplus $12OOO OPPOSITE ,POSTOFFICE. aAMode'1jathroom

Contracting' Electricians_ I <

Insninve esjland titles, prepares abstracts titles 1 ,loans and
ts inoner on i its own account,and for others. Acts as
1019" .Ave., D""Mi'ami. .Florida age 1r.ttorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, re-
.}..tj1; cetve1 : .r guardian. Address all communications to| -t
S. ,L. Pallrson, Sec and Trees. Miami. Florida Is the most essential feat.
M IB ure of the modern bone, s
r as it is a neceaaary.co rn 4

'r.Burnh.amSpeci Wii Curry's Spns + r 'r tt put fort to money any home.in perfecting Better al

the sanitary system there :

,..- by Insuring the health asd r'" "

Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS comfort of your family-
list : I' than ,
FOR spending it for MAlI
furnishings.; Agta for the'

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i are a sufferer ,with Chronic _or Blood Diseases.J AllFemale : Shi ?Chandlery, Building

Diseases and Derangements most successfully'treated; \1 M Of All Kinds. Famous''\ ,Recycle '

-Y. Also Rectal and Genito Urinary_ Diseases'1II1 Kerfftls. to

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tae late.t.......... E1Kirlc i aZ Coal and I Steam .r1.010IlW.1" Machine ShopsForkti
ssima.Wwaataeyy.a4aiwya II.tueduce M. j
iUp-Stairs Metropolis All kinds oiHp rin&, Boiler and Steam':Fitting- can oe.done"at the ; ,
; : Building
: : ; shortest, notice, in the best possible manner by,,expert.skilled mecba'3aE Twelfth Street i[Miami,.,Florida

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No i Longer a The C1ty Ln'i'Odl1' Oil" .

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Opposite the Post I I Office. '
: ;. .?-.:- as to what Building Material -

i 1 :; 1 f-:.: to use, it is Concrete Stone Xmas Diamonds Watches :
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.S, to Christmas, where can you find a
r cost. The plant that meets the requirements would have(|) be under I f' ,
the management a "man who had learned the hundred and II 21: .3 larger selection suitable, for gifts than at our

one:little details. of f concrete making, who employed OnIlt[ ', c best I ,
I popular establishment. in
People everywalkof
,. .materials'honestlyproportloned and to compete in prices tHe output 1 ?

of,the plant would have to be greater than Its competitor: We of life are numbered among our:customers '
v have been, making artificial stone since I the Industry war I Its Infancy I ,
: and thoroughly? understand the ,strength<< of f our' |i na;erials. they all believe in' purchasing from us be q.
f We the best Lehigh Portland'cement'md beach Invite e1 '
use sanciJ.We -
I cause we them; the exorbinate' prices of
Inspection as to proportions. We had choice" ijlscore of i 7. + ..__X Jr" sate I .%,_ i Kr .- .
Solid Gold, $35.00
... machines when, we bought our new machinery, and 9u. capacity ,Waltham or Elgin 15 Jewel the. expense burdened I jewelers 1 and''depart
Is.':double that of any competitor as we have two*,machines.Rase : : < .
ment stores without sacrific 'of We
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t >' .4'' r Watch' Price 'Cutters. We have on hand_ the .
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BuMrcan I a
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"' good Amr moven 't, $e.SQ in f from .$4
A DrugStore: : for: The People Pointeron i Ranging price up .:

That's our motto, ';and it has been ,the means,of adding, hun you.LECTRICAL..WorkC. ,
4 f dreds of"new customers to,'our list.. We. sell only the purest i .j I '
M:i AH ire filled :: (il BROWN '
drugs. prescriptions by registered: 'pharma I jMffiW8M! Gtt3GGGG& '9&V9&VS&a>
:. cists.: W a also carry! the finest sodas and ice cream in the city i Electric* Contractor r 1113 Ave. CitcL 1 H

f!' 2 Doors.North of .PostoffiieW. i t ". I II i e

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809 ATenue D feet. A rare bargain $2500.' I.)' ," .,:;:-; -
irua.ie. 1. Two beautiful rlrer front loUln-, '. '_ : ,t.: :.
A'-alae.candidate for your {l it bat just that we .. "
; state oar claims. Our stock is new and the pure.t'and best o .' eluding' riparian rights 100 feet for ", .t ;
that ,money can, ;buy.. ._' Our., service,.will: be equal. to" the best.. .' I '" 13000. [;I ; ..,-- ::!a.
.c. I .- f' Two rlrer Iota'am to llOi street -: <;tf.;:
;. !. We lire ia the building: and will take pleasure In ;. :" :' I II .. -
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bridge less than .aloe. ['
,supplying yorir demands.at all hours,day or.night ; .
.y' t :J joted: wel' : '.-:" Tan rtrqr Croat Iota la Blrvrid* > :'(.... -
-.{,"t; I Prices_ _Reasonable.. .._ -809. :Avenue' D'- I 'mr.11I 1 the meat that we supply I at corner: of 10th"' it ,Ask for prleea.Oa .,. ': ;t-.".. : ..
7 lot on TtS street,. wen of therallroaJ. .f ':: .
"- to oar ciit6men.'The steers .
t.4 range : for onlytJOO. j >.g t:} :.. '
. ,. that Allowed to shift x
are for them. ;
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Lot between ith and Sth sear rafl- ," '4-\ A
'".1:. selTes :tjjitn. they;reach .the stock road.. $500. I .'-" -'"v'i'
r ..t; EE I!!::Ec : ; :EEfrtr tI:':rr''>tli...!EEz tl!: ., rude and then get com'fora few ..' Choice lot on nth meet. near pua-\ :.-'-' :.:':' ;,h:i i
00, -, .layi ark|i ot what "we want aor enter depot. $1000. f f': "' ; :::r" ,' '
what cure' istomers want! Three'lots on (th Street near'Art._ ,:y, : y..; 'q f :, '
Miami\ Spoiling! Goods Storei I Iill D. for $450 .each, or.leu. j! '.:,'':1'--', S ,
;i .
: .
I I Prime Meats, One lot on 10th street near Avenue, ,;+" '. .:;';;' : .
''.. : I D. for $500 leN than ralne. A fore- M.','X'_ : ..
"." '.\'_.a irtwha\we offer. Thdf tender- I_o snap. j P'| '. ';!FFti. '
I Eastman, jjjOi nets,. jliciness. and fine flavor are .) House and lot on 13th and one onr '_-, ;',' ,
; 'W..FJsbng highly eciated. 14th. at 'pecal! price and terms. I[ ',, :h:" :VTJ?';' SI
Kodaks, Kodak SundriesA sop : Home and lot worth $3000 for $2500 .:. *-. ..;-.

.; Nassau. :Shells and:v_ 'hciit,Supplies:. .. B Doanc, Prop.I i If 25 taken feet quick.frontage on 12th street 4 ji for ,':' ,.h': '.:'- '

p ite including fenders.po1Jsh'W;, : I .,- ""D. :' I II i .I I-. $S600.These are all bsrfalnes.1 i I i x
''w' ss .fittings; launch u;' MO EY LOAN I. I!r
1'I 1-
,& ,whistles: and side.l ,.bgths; "Ui*'I J JI 1.

'r .5J, 'ship clocks* etc etc:etc: I I I We have sole (several lots in our new Bay View I addition north of the city,andS '
I "I'I I I have some I left at 150.00 each only So dollars cash, down., .
Of 1 "
...:... ,. } '-., I I I Riverside Iota are the best i investments in.the 'city at 500 dollars each,..'166: ,. fiI ._
..,. I I.I dollars: cash, balance in one,and two years. j' : "
W. ; I
I On..hart or t Long| Time I II S veral.choice. furnished houses. to lease for the ,season. .. q.
; i' '305 12th Street, 2 doore W>|tof, Red Cross Phar'cy I I. ,I-t .
... -.' ,. ,.' .. ..- ,, .. .... -.' -, "-f.** --- .; : sy iii}'mintsDade .) -, .. .
1,' .EEE. _: .: :.W-: .I-; W:: ftoj et:: *;-, : I I

., -- ; .I ,." I J. H. Tattim & Company' : ::

> :Has Stood. ,j The- Test, ? 25 Years- .. o.:Security.Co.JCoatracter. :' I I i --

": Real Estate sa
t Grove'Tisteless J ;1WTTER. :i >

t. ,- ,
Chill Tome .a..rat Oradlr,. ., '" I Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Frissell Building

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I lad waa earning oa the leaders. The;
KITTY BROTHERS forward"ranks, were;more and moil
THlT mused Worse T than the roar and

$' :::. ,, screech of a hundred locomotives was -
0 RED the din about him.. He could see the :1Vhafl Busine

i r: Machine Shop:, ll- '' that break marked.ta the the level'!river stretch banks.-of Nearer pralrje k Directory ,

!' '- By -jpiUK WILLSICK and nearer It came, and closer about y.

Agents.for the New- Era ,Gas Engines. Gasolene." the quivering broncho pressed the snortIng Th.OuCof Town Buyer and those '
Copyright. .L PantSt cattle. Now I Bruce could see the\ list below the Addressee within the city will find In the,

Laud kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY rocks on the. opposite bank now he .classified' heads for 01 IMI..I p Merchants und.r"
aloe caught a glimpse]of the brown water, r.- f.renoe. .
'i General Repair Work Brut Mt kt the bead of the and then-a sudden stumble, a mad
nerd trying to infember and L. BRADY co. .
'to forget roar and horse and rider went down .

;5o8' SEVENTH. STREET- MIAMI FLORIDA. trying to rue ber ber voice herface together. I I Fancy Grocers. Hay, Grata i BURDINE. A QUARTCRMAN
her vivid ta atr; trying; to forget For years and ,!1 pears be seemed to and llapes: Fertilizer ; Dealers in Dr7
the words that jut abort btu course lave been falling. Sometime. be Fresh floods Nottou

f Southern MarbleStone Co. as a newspaperman and sent him out caught eight of her,and always Frniu and Vegetable I and.-Lt11eV rnralialaga.! #u

on the ranch._ JViU It. after an. only moved, but lie caught, no word or.oun4. 12th Street:, Cor. Ave D. Miami. Fla 300-802 12th St. '
: a year since she .refused him 7 Could Sometime..De ventured to ask her what ._ ut.mi Mat

t t. + S.. "HOG. AN' STREET. JACKSONVILLE be never agtin Hw his eyes withoutseeing she said but his {questions when they J. E. LUMMU8' ter '
'Headquarter. -fort the red ol bW gown? It teemed came were absolutely Irrelevant, and SCRIVENDealer .
half a lifetime tfiiLt pe had been guarding he cursed himself[Igor a fool and gradually Dealer in Groceries Grain. I' In Drugs Patent lfB.clnea .'
i.t Building Stone Marble etc. these. bea ti.rpuuillng'up strag the search was becoming Hay and Fertilizers. T
,, palnfn4 l Toilet Article*, 'BtaUceMQ'
glen keeping Retell lest the herd Strange aches and miseries 1

., MOSAIC I AND TILE WORK stampede for thlt ter. Day after day body. The glimpses of her face became 835 lath Street Miami Fla. ISO?. Avenue D. 3ntmL ., 12 '

of burning sun jju&d night after nlgUt Jess and lees freWnt Suddenly be I -

POR LooRS.1IATH"ROOS. MANTELS. ETC. of stars the loft&tness of the plain opened his eyes to'rest them. The wafts A. J. CAMPBELL YOUNGS'PHARMACY- -
oppressed him; tfci Battle Irritated him of his little ranch bedroom etemed: fir UH Avenue D. V _

,t', Monuments General Cemeterg Work, etc. ? with their .tupt| ocl1lt)'. The hot mlllar enough but what were these Dealer In Dry Goods Clotting. t! Drugs :ToiletArticles. .__

noon .sun blistered down on their agonies that wrung and wrenched busy' Gents' Furnishings. i w
.ur&CtutieS Be"Chase& .
hart m Works Loa F *cla v Prompt -* Perfumertea. Stationery.
brown backs. Tbe black, flies buzzed memory came Ah yes-th* : -
above them and||e r- stampede and the| tall He closed hi* 811A1'enu.D. Miami. JTa, eta, ..PreacrtptlOM ; a

The broncho n Lhls head: suddenly. eyes again and feebly pondered ; ''carefully compouajed.BECK. : ..
It was so anus l 'or pick to show his rescue. Then|a,soft rustle over ARMSTRONG GROCERY CO. t t

signs of life durlii Ue noon hour that little murmur near the foot of the bed j. WILSON> HUODLEITOI(

CMse&HarneyFire the. man was staid from his reverie.* made him open his eyes once more..It Fan line of ataple and fancy I Real Estate and lanauet "
Co. was she The red gown, the vivid grocerlea. .
: A subtle dlsturtjliig ware seemed to face meats.
soft vegetablea
sweep through- tii herd. Here ,and parted hair were aU the same! e poultry, etC. 320'M
If this were delirium he thought wbyj Twelfth street Idarn, HH
t : there a hetd'w+ytvt used, and dilated .
'. : 'SUCCESSORS TO' nostrils' sniffed the ummer air. The let delirium go on to the end of the New Prout -.
chapter and Just I for,,luck be would ltd 11th at., Avenue D THE RED ACROSS PHARMACY! ,
vaguely d'iti rbed. looked, toward
man '
.CHAS ,&: HIRNEYIuc;, : '_the rear oEtb'e herd.;,Far, out speak to her once more Just to THE1 MAGNOLIA" GROCERY sera la Drugs.' Medicine* ; ,

the was! a with a ,she would faint away;u usual. .,Tablet, Articles.;
FRUIT ANDpVEGETABLE AccidentTornado on plain ; buckboard' ,"Jfe a nice da7.',A1Ice." be 3' Dealera In Groceries, Hay 'f ,,PrescrtptloM
bit .of red flnttfeflni la it."Good
: .
; In a strangely small voice. Grain. Mail .
atoldl "
Lord. be said ; one of the fool ,::0t'4era'promptJ&ttf '
: and'j beasts has canghtsght? ( of that!, in Ota. Allen Allen do. you Cor. Ave. D and'4ta: gt, Miami. Tit ''
know mar And with a rush of skirt Izt& Bt, Cor.Are..: CMidiikin Y1 ugt ilia
: | bold tight now or]ih t' drrtj to pay r her
she knees
beside the bed.
Cash Dealer In had
:i: His year on thet8lln taught him i Know her Could be recognise hit I' =
that'tb* cattle herd|ts more"sensitive '
Crate InsuranceV to panic than er a'tbe human throng own c consciousness'
!'Ton'wwe la'the *
c V A. sodden movement.1 a strange' flutter ___'Aj 1, backboard & BeBerrv
of sound or colornd far down In the : ,
Material THow did you knowr',she Ubd.d1cn't .
erasing herd comssia',sudden closing of XANtIFACT RS OF
;JBONDSQLDEST.'AGEHCY 1 know j Did the cattle
: ranksalslow moving-forward'of.a ,j get

:.tPutifiJI uA futiwsi, constantly augmented' mau that with 'mef.. The%girl shuddered'L.}t ;and moved_' closer. ROUGH; A DRESSED, ) is
Increase of cc. maW
quick deed sweeps ,
list End lot; fitter Doet 'IN MIAMIHorseShoeing a thousand panic,stricken, steers "No; the pony fen close to the river'sedge
his body shielded from thai
stamped across the laln-x : / ; bad and the cattle need him '
for dW
rlrldnbon t broncho'at
Bruce sat life
.. riding point,and went up and.down:! 'LPMBE
the bead of the bald, Alone, be knew the I
river. They had to shoot the poor
1 It was hopeless to attempt to oaks the broncho but Into the bnek- Write for
FIRST Now ready "
FOR to fill ordera.
herd "circle,,,thejione! sure 1'emId7.for board and back to the ranch some '
.. a stampede.,,Eve Lthe slightest movement how. |I' J Miami office 32312th Street. E. .' .
on bis part might precipitate matte Area
% ,AND DISEASED*'HOOFS SEE ....:while.absolute quiet might,prevent Bruce her turned, and a inj bewildered( response the face girl toward 'MILL. AT GOIMAN. P O.KRRINK DADE COUNTY; FLORIDA.

iD1 F. LaFontasee St the breaking bf the storm.which" went on: j I j
708 7th .: I
: ; was, 'slowly t ewlig( "Uncle John'n4 I are touring the
A halt mile otjti: oa the plain the west,and I wanted to say hello to I

.. backboard and thl 0nttering' bit of red yon: Cousin Frank told me yon were
<- -- drew nearer. MONK beads were tossed tier .Then the !i S E
} came stampedes"erd
W C.. Maynard, in the air.' On the outskirts of the ,Her voice trUed'lnto{ silence Braes ABiOfARDAir |

= nearest the coming ]buckboard here put op a feeble hand and pressed her'

.ORADUATEIOPTICIAN" and there a steer|Ceased grazing and soft cheek close to his own. This,then I Line

5 With;May ward A'Son: Jewelers moved hesitatingly toward the center had been 'the reason for It all-the, Railway'
ArtiuD '.ezttoPoMOmce Inquiring beads hen lifted "to see lonely vigils, the l ng hours the con ..
1 r what the movemen :'meant. Those lira itant desire and the endless misery ofloneliness. o

spied the nnttertai red followed quickly i _

r, w. BACKS to*the center. tthde that failed to "Alice.? he said gently, '"IJI'U to byes Sa"annah, Columbia, Camden, Southern Pines
ARCfil"I' C'X'; the fell} jibe of ,
r' see cause ; vague wave n "r Raleigh
atksz. a sit Est ., RichmondVashinRton :Baltimore
rssL Plans,Specifications and Details Kadt terror and with V>tt snorts of fear The girl caught hot breath. Her only ,

.:.ORNEYS. ,AT' ,LAW. for Building of All: Kindi Fine sought to move close to their fellows. answer was to lead her"cheek close Philadelphia New York. ..

eta," an error.,ataq std Fttfw Residences a Specialty.. In rapid succen q)b$ the animals were to his. I Two Elegant Trains Daily. .,' "

lot.....Iaf u. p.A.arr.oc '. ,Orricc, 1315. AVEVUX D. struck by the pa stare. With bra ts' And Brace neitlliz closer closed his Seaboard Express Seaboard
clear and tense akfull realization of
and fell asleep.-
'. .tet.:'.a I, Miami..":'". irALTER ,C. .tbAIUI0Arob,1teOt. till danger came Uporj him Bruce held I eyes .M' Modern pulhnan./;Equipment.O '

In his restless ponjriAad; thought rapidly ..... u. ............ r M
=.T.. BUGGS.JL 1), ; ., .' Facing him'wif the herd. Behind The Korean' motticr, anxious to assure y aLliTBflpjritlm

..; >S' Jl 1- : '-* him'three miles Qvj. acrou the plain I her daughter yr successful marriage '

:; ,;oil: with l.Cr.M PkaW.r. was the river. If Abe]stampede came, makes certain that the young dull liroi!i sleepers {roofjicisoarlUi! to lei OrIe3 t '
seidiase.I< alone !whether the maddened
',;x heaven ,knew woman becomes, a good laundress, for rt<
"71 C cattle wouj4 plunge' headlong :In .this direction counts for
ability ,
;,nnWJ'; f' ,FM>RIDA: The Chapman HouseP. over the banks tide* la front.forced more, than 'beaut71 j with the Korean 'For fuU, iaformatioa...<1 sleeper t. ...' '

.V. on by the unseeing'ones, In the rear. swain.He does not even demand that rwervationa, call oa any scent of. tfc
L1ACDOJI.n.' ; .W. CHAPMAN. Prep.' whether the leadet4,could; turn all oft ,his'wife shall be more than a fairlypxid Seaboard or write. .
'wssC..ta ,
: hIM tret AIT. BfMcUl
( r; omcca art U pw* i.
I : IT mllt. _tk of Film Bach, I O. MCDONNELL to'isti ftss.'
BIKnxa BLOCK,A v&.0 trntEut COM Ouut& tile on For one momeDlt|tsampede Bruce keep fresh and spotless the linen garments .. in ddcrsoatIHeFitF. :
Mid M4 wUtw rarteas of BoOrtIoa Thou trying to turn and b7 which every one. from prince to '

L tlfnrr.er f V .TLoBIDA.w. .- I Q.04- Lanai' al.t.ad-o-a a'-1q.. whip and about endeavor to send;the easany' wears.- In spite .of the fact '. .C., BOYLSTON., J rf'Pass. Ajrti
Dlray.!!crisisA.W..Graham frightened brutes back, away from the chair every'article: of wearing apparel .

...\ WILLIAMS- ,, :. ; river bat danger tor the'Bearing buckboard la of white. linen not even the humble .
"' 11 : now so ., $ht be could see It latino has made {Its,appearance In r ,

ttorneyAt'Law'' contained the figures) of a man and Korea and the attempts to introduce T, '?

,, vr ,. 'Ji"- Contractor and 'Builder woman precluded}bat plan ,Then an inch occidental fade u washing ma-

;. IfRM mr lilt Bqr BsoyMr. Satisfaction, power of controlling:affabi was taken ibises .and wringers have' met,, with Contractors Property Owners
G.arat/ttted. from him,tae Dicsttddenly? attackedby marked disfavor..The' laundry work AND
;; .1 the fear contagion'..ft a pitiful la done to the same{manner u It wu
.. .
M.. BobbinsTltusvtlle I< y. btafMoM iuaUlu 8 i whinny of terror and..jwttn: the Mt between centuries ago, and the ant I'IeODSJDeD4aUOD .
; ,Flau -. will can sad(M7M. T.Merritt.O.loo aH d.oWad, ; his teeth bolted toward the riv to a young man's favor Is ablflaa If you don't want to SAVE MONEY ,

er., The sudden soob and movement t7 a laundress. 'l IIJrlasr I we can't help you. II yuu Jo come
>rneyt.and :Counselor, ,,, to
all that In tbs
were was aede4
; ''- At, Law : & ICoibrasa next Instant D1 hoof beats were ...I........

J -po t.a. Red Rentals drowned ID the J of hoofs ID mad Among the best of,[the living barometers The J A. McDonald
&aw l Estate i
+ractto. C..Ar ad !,,, ,' "; ,etc.CaUtea .' flight about him.li||-+] are snails, which do not drink in Go. Mk

Maygeel the ordinary of the term bat absorb
I Bruce,;with knees, that gripped the sense '
,,RED." ,M. HUDSON" Are' C.'near 12th St, Miami., Fla., saddle like Iron gfivej one glance behind moisture during the wet weather I And Buy Your BuildingMaterW
j,>v hlnu.: lie.waf jfldlng among.tbe directly through the sllla and exude It
'':;, .Attorney at Law afterward. Aa they are anxious not to i'
leaders the
but heavy; hurtling ranks
Expert TypewriterRepairing' lave the moisture evaporate too quickly Long Leaf Yellow'Pineland
; behind them threatened at Cypressof
ey: :Bnildinf, Miami Florida to ride themsoya.f If any be could: moment ,;thus'creating aI{premature thirst .

.. make an opening Disk!had three miles which cannot be conveniently .satisfied all kinds
'R i.W.B,: : RUSH. during dry weather In strict
they keep
.. In which to pull aw*?!from them; and

>.I-:1N.strwt.'PJwne 84.' 304 9th w.,St:,,c. PRESTON P,,O. Box.', 311Emil the wild roar snorts of the and maddened tbpf occasional beasts,shriekof their or seclusion Just before moving raln.j abroad Imme4latel1fore only during be We also sell Lime, '(prick ((4 kinds). Cemen't, Sash Doors)

-- downfall they may be seen climbIng Mouldings and whatever else
f builder
', j one of their nu&ber, who fell and a requires
,. : the trunks of trees.and busily getting ,
108'U.S'I1Uu.iu:1 was Instantly trampled: to death made at lowest possible figure.
A. Ehmann wor4 unneeded In among the .leaves. Gnats assemble I ,
spur or whip or for the
t broncho.: Trembling,!'with bead thnwtfar 'In clouds tader" trees. and, You Know Where We Are. ..4th Street.
W.:: Mullett.;M. D.. 1 Architect' : forward and nostrUs distended be Dom grow restless. Bwana, where I ( Miami.-rla;

they are plentiful,..may be eeen flying .i;
sped on an tne the beastscrowded
J.t Office: Booms I and 4ft" the wind. crowd
I \Vest.PalmjBeach 'Florida about him 5 would permit-' against Spiders oaIw tl
Frlssell Bnildlar' walls toads come oat of-their ,
.. : Could they,torn atthe; river!i If sot
110 its 0. toa air. .Ito*p. at. Brae knew that death for him was a .fwJee. and pigeons may be seen going a. ,A. WorleyAttorney
to the dovecots earlier thaJ1111U1.L Gome
momenta. to the Art Studio
fBealdeBceMSATenneOff, : Ross 1Q&tter.of a few And suddenly I '
,Awnings$ life'seemed tery sweet to bte ij' f
A CUmv T*.t av.. Lite.U. fcat
Even life without bet seemed suddenly ;; at Law
Ii TaylorOffice bearable. Tbe linden buds, .Onlsot the great Fracb histo 1205 aaj 1207
'cancer floe Ave. C
flan, ono owed his]life to --
10" Twelfth SL, Miami; Florida .
the red of the gown she wore, how vivid bagardens betwtei2 ,
: ig tt' and bow lovely t irta the Walking In one of the Paris | dl3aSis.. > .- "
"" memorywast -
he noticed that be was being followed
D4DB TV/-1"+.taiY 1 And tras tfcls ra! psst 5 < to f> ':>> n ylmbWlT drw-1 mess. M. Gnlaot Mrs. P.O. .ObenthainForwer'.jr
:'a bold for him-a,tt\i tOr: Itoi1, .1*.,i cataTjlf y ; Sit" fio'STi..ojji' a 'Ix Jj, uyou ,, : for.rr.rJf: !! !! fh.!!!ns't"'i '

'doAnnoe'D.. MUtnlIW erred and early
memories,and then4eithr And what seated himself watching him all the ing and> j a.hlqh dass of -
a death-trampled, : .
mangled. made Into
time.with an uncomfortably threatening '
Purchasing Agent
rLflw.M.D.D.D.S. 11 tie-uo.. :; tlcU I P.CIie mm ijfJlthoof. Z
ahv: TJM historian, however. waa fancy work made by,
Physician and Bura.onDental' .. Ah. the pity]jbfj It. he'"thought 1 not troubled bat took a cigar from his 146 Lexington Are:, Chicago, fit, ... !
have .
to no taste of happiness, .
8pclaltt 7 pocket and,,quietly\ lighted It. As he .
Dentalt.agtidl8.arYfi ,-He clln<**d the refa l fighterWonM : ?, N.. I"' 02 this the SUingaand,, mutt eF -- r .

ers; Gow..a. not die.; Boc fr'live. Tie mNlltt to) tau that he had been I,BtMnkra, a4ied. Mrs. Janfes R, Sec**'
.., 1 a.d SrWgmrtL. For a moment\,Qe, too was panic bat scoundrel .1 <| seek does DOltIIIIWU. :
stricken. Dlck.. njckr :be 4's."GFn'tT9 nri, ." Shopping: of every description, :,
Borne later the wu ,
days man
't.. ;. ..- fee Mr commission paid bv merchants __ .,
+ : A -
F .. MCDONALD SS 'Om.-.A., Fat'Richmond. t'ga M ; ;va; fro m arrested' for a marderooa aeaaoa .. with whim I deaL; r-- ,-' -;
them old toy! 'TLeh+ j no one to mrus. a public against whom before 'PI&cUIa
,moadBorosgb: ; N.-N.' : mud .I select and buy cheaper than
City bann .but w wn ['
'' a gradge and tor whom be bad mistaken roar order for fall ,.auovnceaeaU.We '
aWhi.b1 L..M a s. Nat A. W:.wttu to lire anyhow!**, : It. Outlet wboae cigar WM ttais Xonfromtbjetotnraitnn. llohoaj
', ': f ;" ._ AsslnLn"i-3rv.l! Flrnry, Y goods rrceive, prompt attention. fcart.aomctitec pretty, to tt..., '
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an acre 'cd to the cost of shedding
: ANSWEREDJ further north! There are ten'to'twelve +
J -..- r thousand rapt, to the acre and the, 1 Ir. LOf-TON: & fINI6 ?

s fruit bringllln' the neighborhood of
Settler jfl K'
of Interest to the Prospective from EO cents a dozen for Red Spanish

> -. Concerning' Miami and the Southern to 2$ cents i, piece for Porto Rico >
The percinti ge of plants fruiting de- L'"
'1r Portion of Dade County. 411 Have Your Auto
pen J npoa< the I Ierclsed care and Judgment exi1 fffltll l\S .repaired- fton T
1 1 q their culture some croweratll'
a r having succeeded I in securing fruit & Einig. Get your bicycles 'repairedat -,

eo' DW11 inquiries are:I|' ,Jrected to,t water works, sewerage, te'.ephone,,-I from 90 Pl.it Cent' of the plants la their n. I Lofton &, Einig; we, make the T

tb* VatropoHa bj prospective settlers' temfree mall dellvery.three newspa.I pineries *
4; 'V bomeseeken conceralng; coalitions I. per, two national banks, one State Lands fcij' be purchased from $S or INIALL! QUARTERS I prices right EVERYTHING in

tI Xtotof.ln ,this pan ot the country, bank .ete. It has miles of beautiful/110 an acVe: tip.i depending on proxlm- where our jPrel have been tasted and the SUNDRY LINE

;; cat the burden,of eorresroudeaee' ea- streets of native white stone It to ItT to road md shipping point Good tested yob will hear them [praited in Stock.
laDed ,thereby has beoomfs so heavy, practically the terminus of the Florida >I'' .
fiat we have attempted fa the follow- East Coast Railway, for though an extension lands onrt>ck' road within 5 miles of I,heartily. There, to a knack about, pie -
Miami,mi'b'e; had for $50 an acre and baking which we have caught per-, -3
such latornation of the road has recently been Columbia
tec article to,suaunarlri bicycles $40. Cleveland bicycles at $40. Ramblericyele.at *
as to most Important, and to built penetrating the farming lands sometimesjjless: than that sum for land I ectly. !| j (
not Immediately on a road. The same $40. National bicycles at $40. .Crescnt at $25.00 Ito $40.00
toner the questions mast frequently forty-five miles'south, this to merelya : bicycles $ .
to the of this city. quality: dfjland 1 farther away from j I OUR PlEa
ubIIt Is hoped b7 tits means that feeder commerce I
; A sample copy << the raper. e* which Here are located the steamship docks transportation!; on facilities can of course, Rent your bicycles from{.Lotton&IEinig'thel1f.ITeYOD: a wheel to snit .:

kaaoreti art Mot oo.,.win,.to most of tie P. ft: O. Steamship Company: be purchaiet ; for less. The land to unpromising will bear [comparison with even the .
wee serve the purpose intended better whose lines are:operated to Key West |li appearance to those ao- best of home mad. And if/you area

than a personal letter. Specific: ta- to Havana and;, to Nassau Immensewharves customedj' | the deep, rich soils ot fair judge, yon will admit ran are
IdHaatloa may "obtained by writing etc, are being projected to other S n being rocky and sandy I "
even better than "mother's. But
r to fay of the real estate or other firms keep pace with the vastly increased yet resujti n be obtained from it I fable youwont Lof ton Einig
{ ..:advertisements"appear, >> la this maritime business. that must follow on far In sties of the returns realized i be to Judge, on less yougive f
they our a trial
',,paper; and the best way to become fa- the deepening of the harbor, work on from gore fertile sections of the r
''mOiar with local conditions"progress. which: to now actually progressing :An .country.| }Fertiliser must be used but "I SEYBOLD Opposite ,

Industries,-and _current happenings, appropriation of 1300.000'has been secured [the return more thin.justify the,expendlturl JOHN Post
s" wa&e contemplating removing to Wa from the government for harbor inrolvedPcope i Office'r.:

section, Is through. ,reading,the Daily' improvements, and the Florida | rfl[energy and' Industry-, j Ii2 STREET !i t .
I heartily welcomed, and the ,
East Coast Railroad to also pledged to country's
or the weekly Metropolis. the former
et which will be sent to any address I' expend a like amount. Thus, $600,000 development being practically just bti .. i Investigate: Before Investing(
for Is now being used for this purpose and gun therpMf room for all to reap the S.i
.at.the rate of ISM a rear; US
: three months; the WeetJ7Iarp" It' to a moral certainty that further appropriations benefits j fhich' must ensue as the result Homoyour .

page papers-being. ; mailed for |.LM a will' be'secured' until the of moit s 1Jh eT8lopineut. Capital finds I p I Wind Power
H here profitable I
investment while
,,.. harbor to in a condition commensurate \ I
,* 5 \ Hi i .
5 labor,Is fat demand and well paid. People

THE cmr or uuiaSprang with its importance from a commercial Baa been adopted by the best people'of.the, 'the a
out,of the.wCdenees: nine geographical and strategical of moderate' means who come here Jlftr-tw* times m J9U ikj tt..ei cheapest power for laisinjr water. Note the people country who as hare !

years ago. the railroad having reachedthis standpoint-an.,Importance,recognized and buy j small, tract.of land, make a }j to-roatfyou them, they could have steam, gas and hot air too if they want, "
point April 15,18J Prior to this by public men at the national capital modest Ogle! set out fruit trees, and ed it. I handle the best miU made and make a specialty of this,
time one store whose trade was prln- and by an who YI1I'atu.j the location while .waiting for these to come Into READ lJIu SuN printed business and with my. pump mechanism that I nave just been a '
patent I will
e on. to double the
of this port and its relation to Insular bearing engagr In tntct1nc.-are, always guarantee capacity
Indians fewcattered
epally and a,; withoUt value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringements WIn'be -
{ families, eking oat a pr Car- and South American commerce, to exception successful. : I prosecuted. -: '
Iou livelihood by .wrecking an.!.the i say nothing of the vast trade ,that And this|%\ cces costs lest effort than That flhutnted wttldz ptptr, *
t manufacture'of coon tie:! starch, were mUIt'spring Into existence upon '.the in othe| jjpi rts of Jhe country while printed in Jaeksonrlll and C H. PERRY Cocoanut M

t the only evidences etrlllzatlon. On completion of j the Panama canaXAglance the cImnil I< conditions render outdoor pubUaW Ihorfi 'Grove. ForcfefiSlcof ....
I July :8. 1.US.'Miami Incorporated at the map wig: show the work p|dui l llle every day In the year, 1 :"
with the!Health benefits! of such inopenat' r .!f .(
as a.city, furnishing perhaps the only most casual observer the' possibilitiesthe -
ID iuc on reeorl' In which-a fall future 'holda for the Magic City ; fife thrown In At.the same : A.. K. l -'t
existence SCHOOLS : : time plop! s who are enjoying health TaYlor !
edged :city came .Into withmt .L-n.CHURCHES I
+r fret having been a town. Three i Miami has one of the ben public: and mo|fr te success In their present Itakea th. noo the'Claude ,, ,
'hundred registered voters are required schools In the State, embracing both j abodes,!)Ad better stay where they are. other '.r
to entitle any community,to b4t'tailed the common and high school courses.I There SMU d be weighty'reasons to'In 1 :1'aU

a city; leu-than'that'number constituting The'buildings are large and wJl ventilated : one to make a move of such
a,town- -At'a.meeting held for ;and there II'a competent corps I lmporta4l People who have made Carriageand' '
the ;purpose; of'' Incorporation, three of teachers A Catholic convent, second j failures-li. are not Hlte'y to .. .L'EI ,
and 'one-half 'mOnths after the first to none in the State, to in full very a sate t ul here.,Intelligence and I I
train retched Miami 244 votes';were operation giving'instructions to loth Industry as essential to good for- In panjrant editorial paragraph ,
east. The phenomenal'growth of this sexes. There are,. also private schools tune h-r* In any other part' of the look after the things that Work Horses

early, period has" been 'sustained a musical- conservatory and art school, globe 'fl|J. I need attention] :
tm 'throughout the eight rein cf the city's so that every' educational need maybe If it 4 to engage in general i r
history. supplied There are about thirty\ farmlnj | raising of wheat, corn W.ux.BlUGB'I', PACEf ATmOLT I ", ,
y :Y Pm.ATION.'ETO.; flourishing schools in the county. or: oat|| ;leaches apples, grapes or CLEVEBTJkftt'a

Miami his at present a resident popJidbn Every religious denomination to represented other products! of the temperate tone, / I .il.{ :
,. .of between 1.001'ad) MOO. lav ; and the following have one mil*! Cit his lot some hundreds of t, I. ,
.'i'i-.. he winter months this'population to handsome church buildings: ,Presbyterian miles to-th'e north and accept the cold the Sun '// : '

.L. augmented by-the' addition of thousands ,- Episcopalian. Cat&Mlc, JI, B that is [dirt of the' legacy of lands :: I have received a car of fine

_ ,;:tooJ of,visitors mostly of the wealth- Church,- M. ,E:, Church, South and where these. things can be grown. If you paj to read this paper yoa I;
,, lest: classes who come to enjoy the BaptistSOILS. There|!s.this a stock raising country.* can read Tn SUN]too, and anyone interested
Ideal climate and .,the finest fishing lathe AND PRODUCTS J :Jl a "no fence law" which is a WITHOUT J:
; Elm BXTXXS&.L can inspect them
world. To accommodate' _these The principal.Industry! In this seo great tooji to the settler of limitedmeauiellrid at'my'"stable.I ,
a .T tiltore'talsr! are numerous hoteU' ton to the Sl'O'1l'mc' fruits U.l..III. !! there it rery'little livestock .I I I' ,' :i
;",1.84 bo 1'ltiq'bonS" principal among Vegetables. for the Northern markets a'''the country On the other ., werwrftciu sad'I' \ i

q which Is the stately Hotel Royal Palm / Tomatoes form*the .taple''crop, hand, f fjt Is desired to engage In the ., I I I

.* and the grand.new Halcyon HaUbota'i but there are. large quantities of other cultnn. pf(citrus fruits, pineapples- Will tell you Lnr. L. L.t t M.c'N eilr
vegetables 'sush tomatoes nOD epical or semitropical fruits
i:, ;:Monuments m'Ilze., grandeur and,aceommodatlng grown as I I
e facilities i ,;...-r I I egg. plant, p pPlneans ;:etc.j:/:The the growing of vegetaoles at the season ..
The- population cosmopolitan 1 : -ev-I planking' season extends from'about oue year when all other'parti No need to send to Jacksonville or ;

every ante la the Union tarnishing itt"euota !; October 1' to January,15 and the bulk of thepvntry| are IJI'the grip of w1DI elsewhere'I tor wedding invitations, announcement Fifteenth Street* West of Avenue D.
;R ; of.:representatives ,..b',1mdeI; of the shipments sre sent North"from ter. this: section offers decided advent i or fancy_stationery. The > .

alrable_ foreign:element- Is,unknown._ ,, I Not'emberuntlf May:''although,',there ages fet any ''other; portion- of the ]Metropolis to prepared to ono this work '
: CLIMATE, ,;I being'practically no ',mrere'Dce.111 the Unite J tr'". :'n the very latest style. Te are hereto Miami,;; -' Fla.

Writing r from personal. experience,I seasons, seeds may be planted or:.veg li I: guarantee you satisfaction.MiJI I

after yl itlng California and other sections etables gathered any day in the year
where c'-lmatlc CODolIt1oI."ar : Vegetables are grown usually on. the
considered' at' their best, we can'unhesftatingly -; prairie !lands, which are free from IFH.

r say that:illaml: has the most.' timber and are composed of, a.kind of F. Scruggs .& CoJ
R: perfect winter ,ciimatj! ,In"the United marl.
.< 'States CoM is almost unknown, even Fruits are grown on pine lands ,
'the slightest frost being 'n,, '.rare. which are slightly higher: than the Plumbing Steam
The warmth ,of summer'Is, tempered prairies and In this section! very rocky ;
)1 '.the cooling,bre Et' from .tbe,Atlantic This rock to a peculiar coral formation\ x and Gas Fitting

l ? and the ,highest temperature containing a great deal of plant food, x
'recorded by the government thermom-' as evidenced by the fact that In many t+ ''
[;.tea' nrlag the summer,month Is! 88.r. places.orenge and other fruit trees are 2r.IlaeL, tiw rlaQ PLUMBERS SUPPLIES, ETC_ ,:
HEALTH, .. to be seen: bearing thriftily; ''though '
I standing 1 X 816 Avenue D : ; ; NJ mJ.' Fla!
w The'dqr rants among the first.in apparently on a: solid plate f i ,
the United'States, la:; point:ct healthr..r.'le of.this rock. Being:of. a. porous.or '

.tre-lrte.I m from tuOsrla, honey-combed'structure the roots of j T" ---- ..",
and theta ire no-"prevailing>> cUaea e ." the":trees are enabled-"penetrate It RFlan .1 -
Those ailments which are mmOD'toaD and draw ample sustenance from what

'parts 'ot tie; :'country seem lobe, would appear to'be i/very 'nnpromis-: : M. J. -YarboroughContractor
here robbed in part, of their power' ai ing'"sonrcei.- ]! -%:lThls' c't.'b7'the way If THROUGB lJ rULE I
they asually appears mild form makes a beautiful .
a and durable
; building
and rarely leave the pad effects which 'material and'the new court house .1 l rida,'Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina and Builder

'to3ow'"hj the' wake\iof like diseases and jail;as well as several.residences and South Carolina /'

C,<- eJiewhere.8carlettever: | and diphtheria la 'the'city; built'' ofthis stone/ are The great oHighway of ravel between I. Builder,ij of the Palm Beach Hotel! ;,
are unknown..,,whfe typhoid much admired by all visitors'', It also I t ; K .
fever,Is rarely heard: of.- It Is'a desirable makes* the.finest road material la" the I House Moving
t w place: ,for those suffering from world, and Dade'coty leads all others Flo da and the; East and \\ est. North and SoothConVenjIent a Specialty

tang troubles, asthma: catarrh .and ,In the, State la mileage and,condition Miami, Florida'
Hamar diseases which are prevalent of her b1ch..,.., 'II' l ,
w .c.. ttcolder climates. 'Many.persons 'af The fruits cultivated 'are, chieflygrapefruitorangesi '
Service Elegant Puilman Equipmont, M* tested with these'Dla have come here and pineapples

and have been 'cured or greatly benefltted. guavas. mangoes, avocado pears and DUNHAM t I The '
.Of,course: :this,is not.the cue limes are largely produced but*beinglndigenotu Route'of the ) DIXIE FLYER CANOV; .

; ta every Instance People*die here u 'to the" country, they thrive celebrated }} .FLORIDA% AND WEST INDIA LIMITED Miami -.
they do everywhere else No country with.little'or no cultivadon..Cltrss- Train:; MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. I II Decorating Compaii
aas yet been' discovered where'people>> treee 'wffl!jreo.ulre".from three "to five ;If; ,. 'J't
i are'Immune from death.and disease..At .' years, after]planting to produce fruit .'
i HovseMtfSige
n. : 'the- -same.time.tlt| may ,be ,truth.tally Pineapples which grow .on 'a plant C .I'IF i: ; .COXrEXIKXT JIETHOD J/F TRAVELIXO it,. ) r..
saidthat! the conditions tending somewhat jresemmlng-; cac,jars 'andwblch'are ,
!AtUfit e Coast Line one thousand mite"ticke ,*" good over 111, miles of iail
to"general healthfulness are as favorable .; propagated) by'setting slips Nail;embramog alt portions of tbe Soatb,oolsajle) at; all principal agencies, at pai.n.tb:18: l
-i! :: as la any.sectloti ot the country, or"suckers, bear'fruit In 'IS months. ratlOM25eaeb.; Limited bone year from gate! of parebase. (for foil. c "
'and far more so thaa ia most after planting In this section Oey ''pie"aDd reliable inlormation regardinff rates schedules, Pullm service.itc.! ,"
,,7" _-..., __-TIaCITT8l'GTGaE'tk ;, I are grown m the opeslhere being ao Write.J' F Paper Hanging and Kalsomlnlhg -it'AfenC'f:1 '
Freak Rotl.tnnDLKPa.Ar.. D. Stark,Traveling Fws.Agent ;
'-i: :o.Miami poeaenas an modern cones necessity' torprotectit.ontrom: 'colll.;: and t. :.. 1sa: ". Bay 8t y.eet,Jacksonville., :;? "Peat's Wall Papers.

-.II---... vas elrle "'there..to:thoa a"eaving'of..__ ._about' fW,,U .. >:mvroeTrsfiteMaasgr. :JCrsti: Gtn'l l'aM og r'>Gv. Can : '
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