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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 28, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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JIOUGUO OF' THE YOUNG A HE E I It MASS.' MEETING apt 1 OF THE PEOPLE MOSCOW BEARS' RUSSELL 'SAGE


PICTURESQUEAPPEARANCE V\\AKE'ILOAN .

t GHUEREOIN CONVENTION I. TO PASS: UPON A' MEMO AL ; OFSIXLLION


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.; TO CONGRESS AND FLORIDA DELEGATION. PETITIONING \

''State,Teachers Association, Assembled .ed by Secretary Kellum' and, given, the PRESIDENT ADDITIONAL I APPROPRIATION- FOR HARBOR'I' .IMPROVE- Of a Battle J Field with' Officers, At New York Stock Market it.

f at Auditorium I I association badges and then to the MENT8 IH AND PERFECTIONjOf. FEDERAL I BUILDING- Riding and Driving from 90 to 100 'Per Cent

'i!' I auditorium, where the meeting of the -
I i Over itINSURREGTION
ISION'B I II on the Dollar
>,,;..;;: association reconvened at 9 o'clock. I ERE-THIS' DE OF TRADE

At that hour nearly every seat lathe Ell I I!
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[ft I9TH ANNUAl ESSI and later lathe ; t
large ban was ,taken There wasj father a good attendanceat 1 lency appropriation bill and to rhlch :J

.) morning only standing room was the sped 1::meeting of the Board of I this harbor 1 la entitled under th 4 conditions I BROKEN BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS -
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t"" to be.had. The day's procfam'opn Trade held iastj night la the directors' of a continuing appropriation;

ed by aa Invocation by the Rev W.B. room of' thf J.lI'ort' Dallas National therefore II I
be It t I
J Contention. Opened'_ Last- Night Stanton followed Gardner.by a vocal. solo by Bank fort' ''purpose' of, discussing. t 'That f fResolved In order to Impress I' I't, '.
Kiss Pearl
and la
and taking A Ctlon'on furthering )
;t vith\.ddresses of Welcome This war follewed -by alectnr by the efforts to,, ,secure an additional appropriation Congress with the earnestness aid the THOUGH SMALL t I BANDS CONTIN,, CALL MONEY ON" NEW,YORK MARKET .. .
"S C.. B. Gilbert and a discussion ot solicitude of I our citizens la th< matter I
completing| the harbor UE UP
TO WENT
Price CONDUCT AN TODAY
: by Hon; II. D. Grades,"* AGGRAVATING FROM SO
", "Science In the Grammar work and la obtaining a federal building of securing deep water,. &I I mass II
., by R.'U.;Evans, of Tamp.. for thin GUERILLA WARFARE_ -MOSCOW TO 125 PER CENT AT 12:39, IT ,
(Uod Responses] t cly. meting be celled a that the aboveafaUoned ,
'a tea minutes gen
this
After came ta_the abs President Brown SUFFERED H WAS BRINGING 10 CENTS
report tad petition to Congress ;
eral discussion of different subjects VILY1I' .,
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Vice-President JT. V. Moore presidedand
when Miss Ada F. ICerrltt principalof may be presented for endorsement .
ra: AcTIVEBUSINESS''''' TAKEN, UP the Lemoa City:school" ..read'a most both matters? received much' discussion by the people, and thus enabling ,! :t
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latere.uq'paPer oa'the Teachlng of Ie, present erery cltlien! who desires to dojso, to

j: THIS. ''MORNING'AND. WILL CON. English la'the Common a'?Schools,1' Major of taking the,best cooperate In furthering the ob$ of Moscow", Dee. 28- The,backbone in New" York 'Dee. SS = CaQ monej;,

Another abort discussion followed and most insole action,on. the ...- this petition) and to aid. In securing the Insurrection has been broken and [opened strong tbls'morning at SO percent s

|fl"T1NUE&. THROUGHOUT. ,DAY EVElff& after which aa adjournment was taken iua. "", II J.. a'publlo building for'Miami." I the uprising here la rapidly going to" and then rose ,by' leaps an4

| NINQ AND TOMORROW SEVERfcf to I'M o'clock this afternoon,,when" It was thought, best however thata Mr. W. WJ. Front was appointed pieces. The[ Revolutionists ableto r bounds to 125 per cent Little'ixcita'meat :
j- '- the fonowbtg program Is scheduled to mass meeting should be held and eommitteeto. arrange 1 for the I, time are [ was c&uet'b,..'tbbIL, rateevRussen y

,_'1 ,AL, HUNDRED DELEGATES: ARE be rendered:, the 'memorials! endorsed by: the dtl- and place to hold the mass meeting keep up only a guerilla warfarejbut Sage,'through:his..representatives .,

.. Solo by lira. Eugene Romfh.: tens and ubE iy the commercial and and to lame'+tbe can for the nine, after the ease with which'' they can more reported' to have loaned

Annual address by: VK. It. Hofloway political bodies'of Miami and la'eon.formlty which the meeting adjourned. small detachments from place to place six minion dollars 'at'a rate of naa-

PRESENT t State. Superintendent. :wif this -plaa the following ANDi I, renders the: task of suppressing them ty and one hundred per-cent::

*" :The:, Standard Course ot Study for resolutIOn" reented by Major" ,Sewn SHIP CREWWENT slow and tedious. *, | More than the usual dlscrlmlnatloawas :
Schools '-What It Should en. was unanimously adopted: TO BOTTOM 'was shown .by the,banks In the selec
the High I
Ic nesilon..of ;i the State The city [of Moscow" bears the picturesque -
}'';. AssodaUon held oil at the Bew,by R.' M. Ray.- principal Plant TMhereasjfhe! Miami Merchants'' Association I I I appearance ot a battIde"Oflleel'l tSoti"'of. collateral accepted by; them.,

/school.Teacherr'' auditorium' last night(, was'at. City School;",!;. B. Edwards principal the I City' Council and the Victoria' B. C., Dee. 28 A dispatch and everywhere seen galloping I Loans for sixty and ninety days were
Snwanaee High SchooL. Board of Trid* of Miami have endorsed from Ucluet, says that the Brit made. at 6 per cent and commissions, '
''tended by'a.targe"nnmberof":' delegatei through the streets, or being driven
the'State and Thirty .inlDutel1' for general discus the statistical report compiled by ish ship Pass of Medford, from/ Aeon! In I which really: made such. loans..equivalent A
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from an parts of about sleighs accompanied! by
::: ; lion the Board i> .!e'I'lpeda1 eoD m1t- was driven kshore on the, Vancouver I ..r to nine,per cent l4
stew" from other States. The major'tty escorts of Dragoons or Cossacks. "
,t by C. B. Gilbert. tee 011 arbor Improvements' ud Island coast! near TJcIuet Tuesdaynight I By noon the demand for money bat
: r.an1"J Lecture Barricade's
of the tes.eherl.'howeT .. are being cleared I
Tonight's ProgramMusic ,"Wheres le Important that there and was'lost with an hands on away been largely supplied and at;, lUG
;"mist' bight and this'morning., by Biscayne Orchestra. should be Cp IlterrupUon 111 the liar.bor board. I. I and the houses, In many'quarten hare, [o'clock money was being.let out at
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'Tbe chairman. Dr.'A.,A.|Murphrea. been demolished: by-shells, the result
: : Male quartette (selected-.. ImproYfb nt for lack of a govern The Pass J. Medford was a four I sixty per centMERCHANTS
of the State Female College of yesterday's fighting.
;:f.i president The'Opposition" Pnbl'lc. Barrooms meat appaton to coutluue ,tJe masted stee{ bark of 2.340 tons,
!Tallahassee after the Invocation by.
:, ,', ,. I to) the Public 'Schools" by Emanuel work: and and was bu In 1891 at GIU Scot.,
ARE FORCEDTO
::.Dr.1Pti W.'Parls, opened' the meeting H 1fartln.,of Marion.County. "Whereaas ere will be no river ud.land. .oj' MARTIAL |LAW
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Hon. CLOSE
the first
1 iby announcing I'rleewbomaae, : i stirddress ,"Giving the Boy a Square Deal" by harbor' appt{ rlatlon! bUt dur1n& 'the I The bodle of the crew are ? 'DECLARED IN'ODESSA San Francisco Dec. 2SAccgrd.'ngto ;
MltcheH D.,
'n- full of,wit'and I eloquentsaarancee -Prof: A. L. L., Suhrie, Stetson, Catrerslty. present session} of Congress and If assistance ashore. It Is not known: -how many Odessa'Dec. 23 Martial law has I the latest reports received here, >
a iJ ioj be had It must be' obtained I men were a, oard and lost HTMESS been proclaimed In this city.The : from the '
Orient the borcotte
the
i of welcome" ;to ,mane, of 'ther : in China
|; duatort"now",within the city. gates.; J It.4 |r .Lecture, 'by. (.C. B.. Gilbert,,' .thrugf 'provision In the.deflo. though all perished. strike. .hotrever.Is nearly over. : has become so serious! that a number ''

-Prof.VV.., Han, prlncjpal' of the -- of American houses hare,closed their'
"PMlami: with"an RAMMED N' TERMINAL DOCK EACItl- doors until, conditions change
High 8choolfolloired WATER BAR6
,;:address of welcome on behalt,of"the BUST s S OLP.DSTOHICE.! } i ;j' It Is said that, the teeltp;, ;against

;'/ ;teaches or Dade county:; ; 'AsiProt 1 ON> lOG:;AND:sUNK" TIES ,jviiL BE GREATLY] American goods has extended'to seventeen : f'

y r,BaD"arose .to speak.there was inner: .* ... ': ', .j t provinces and In Cantonand :
'oos a aplatidln&.hespeaking !the esteem 'IN 'BAY'While : HAS BEEN[ UNr ECEOEN! EO I EXTENDED J: Kamkow' the situation 1 'Jus(a I ba4 r ,

:sIn 'which"he Sa held not only In Miami. : as In Shanghai **:>**, ,*.* fi *
:i1nIi. 'throughout' the Sta'te.I'+]"" f 4.: ,.'**'"*(!'' ?

""Ke. iDtv Andrew" Sledd,. principal of the \ "
l. PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCHES
!:" J: siJ"lor1da Seminary- at j Lake- City.respondedto Because of
lack of
j a room at
MATTER HANDLED THIS YEAR THAN EVER BEIII WILL FORM ORGANIC UNION
MORE HOLIDAY
.:,. : the address of welcome : going down the bay yesterday I"I i r terminal dock to accommadate the '""* .* -., ..'

; oa behalf of the city,'and caused' much with a barge tot:water for'the exten CARRIERS HAD TO.USE WAGONS. FOR DELIVER- steamers "of the P. ft: O. S. S. Line st. Louis..Dec 28'-- ,The. joint >
com'
':iserrlinent with"his.genial repartee. sion'campsj':: and: when off Bears'Cut,I Itheiteamer'Sleayne j and the Beet of smaller vessels engaged representing
IPlfS mlttee .the General
Assemblies
MORE HELP
:.TM" annual address by Dr., A.., A.'Muipbreefoaowed.and I rammed the'barge ; -POSTMASTER BUDGE.NEEDS] I i as ferries between.here and the of the Northern Presbyter-.
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> was glowing -onto a broken: piling lying be __-_- F. E. C. Railway extension operations Ian and' the Cumberland
::irtUi Juptratlonand encouragement t tow the:;'water 'and"punched' a 'hole 1 IIJ: both In the keys at one and the same time, Churches met In the Southern PrelbTcerI. Hov
:;..-Wen M ''containing polnti :Sot -I.I.t trader' Ks';:water line..' Now ti. e holiday rush and flood' knslde sari outside, met the the company has decided to enlarge tel this' 1DOI'IIJnc'to arrange'the,d. -

1strnetlat tmprorement la, the The, barge at once began,to',fin and of Christmas jletters and presents are emergency {and combatted It. But for I the present facilities of the dock]by tans of aa organic union between the z

;Fstotier tongue "The aJdress' was er It,was" with difficulty that the steam. about ore the postol>ice and express this faithfulness the d have dredging out along the north_ end of two churches. The General Assemblies

.;". 9efent throughout, and'" betri.e4'the. er:pushed ,It'to shank before It filled office foroei ire beginning to breathe become congested and malls, accumulated -I.the land, about I three hundred fet In ,had ,already det l nlr cl',1he questionof

IA"culture and powers of, the 'speak- and sank; '.The, ater"howeTer'was a Utde eiatei and by the last of' the to a distressing degree, ,distance, fo a sufficient depth to :accommodate u'orpnJc unlan and It la:note tor (

.:.f sr.' __ : ZDr'GBbert; ". of New York,' was" Intro- |Is above water, while the freshwater" restored,:save for the*..uturalIncrean and, faster. than'any- other'" postofficeIn extension, work all of which are necessary detaDs. This Involve the, ,
reduced and gave'avivacious frve-mn- in the tanks; are unaffected by that of 1 In wprk'expected: : and enconn- the State, and not only has It become 'light draft.One '. disposition of several colleges
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|lirtt'talav: ,a, precedent'of' |what .Ifrln1 t'the bee):There are nine of these tanks tered at season.of each year.: 'necessary: to enlarge the! buildIng of the new dredges built by the of publishing houses and other board Institutions ,

store': for' the Association today, M hel),:and'eA contain about B.OOO' gallons ;"We bite handled more ,business.! but tie force Is so mush Inadequate I company here Is now at work dredg- as wen as merging the Presbyterians "
o'cloclt.l I Ii
,.. ''lectured ,at t'dc1ock'u4 Wo ''or'atotal of betwen forty-five and fifty this Christina's than ever before," said to the demand for service; that ing out the basin and within a few in the districts where'the two
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..cus. i wsi/mostwarmiy'reoefved. 'I,,I'?thousand' gallons 'of drinking. end Postmaatei!I edge this morning.' The Mr..Budge has made a request of the days a force of workmen will begin denominations were represented.. ..

x iAnnouncements; by? thA1;:, president1 1'cooking water. natural Injcre t* ,In the* business of the postoffice department for snot'tier permanent .. decking over the bulkhead or land a
.f!seti'etary'sed'Profenor"R.: ; '-E. Hall,i', -,-This morning the It. .mer'St bide office 'I.'at!1< ast a third greater than carrier;I and Inside cler c." There I to the edge I of the same thus facflltaHng BIG FIRESd

\<,were last made.. Professor Hall,'as aj I went: to';the barge with."'.ac. raw.''of that'of thef s ime period .last year, but are now buj three carriers! 'n service : and Increasing the dock roomvery
:',parting"shot'announced to.the recep--men'for the'purpose. of plugging,the the actual! Christmas business, ';,went and they are'10 heavily toyed that greatly, AT NIAGARA FALLS

tJ r."committee that the waning. train',hole'in.the 'bottom,'when It;; win t be beyond allt sands; or approximation. all of the [eight hours In lI"b\eh\ they By this work the terminal ,dock 1 a

-.,two boars' late andrjhere waspa'd pumPed,out and delivered.at' "Its' c e. against tnat. ,. ot any other, season In are,allowed to work is consumed dally will be made one of the largest. In I i Niagara. Falls, Dec. 2S-The Porter

of teachers board I Unatlon',where the'water Is badly the, .r f Miami. a fact bearing evidence that they cannot space and capacity In the stare ;tne Hotel, Imperial' Hotel and TemperanceHotel
::'4t'n1e High School'. Chorus, led by the needed by the two,thousand or-'more '" force was worked both meet fhe. demand when the city entire length east or present front [: were badly damaged by,' fire

"".t.oea1InItnletreI' of the ConservatoryMot men 'engaged'In!:railroad,bnndtng, lI blltom. | y to keep up with 'their ,, fills up with visitors! a few week age. ':lI"ltbtb.[ addition of that on'the;' this morning. The stores between,

Music, sang'"The''Red,',Whit and r end | t rk'sod the carriers have I hence.i I i north en '
'JJI. :. and "Dixie,*' and received WILL RNO.R'DR.HYDE: put In a jill eight hours each day for !_ not less titan five hundred yards. r> total being estimated at $440,000. :The "'
; for their,splendid singing.,The I [guests of the Porter Hotel lost: all
pralae the past tie : or more making deliver OHIO HOTEL CLERKS AT DAYTON I .I ,

ptscayie'orchestra discoursed' various -, ies. Twa i.f..them'' had such ,.heavy i I ,EDMUNDSON NOTWANTED.' I j I I their .clothing: and .!Res.

f:;;:.appropriate. selections.'f .: :Jersey City, N.J, December %S. In malls,thatiagons were employed toassist Dayton, O-, December 28. Several : I AS 'RECEIVER.

; :' :Toda/i,Doings honor of Dr. Douglas Hyde the distinguished :: In] ea Tying out ,the packages hundred, members of the Oho Hotel I TEXAS LUMBER MILLS

,,.);'-,1:',"Another* : large. ,crowd. .,. of.'teachers ar ,Irishman,.States'sox::'ona United tour, that they!Jnlght ,be 'delivered without Clerks' Association are la th14 city today Of DefunCt< Merchants' Trust Company I BURNED TODAY''

:\rlred-'j' .last night'and this, I morning the through the United the delay;*;Aung the road' the malls' nave to attend. the annual meeting I and .by its Depositors ; Lnfkln. ,,Tes.,.Dee. 29 The Long ,
>:rtoUV Bomber- 'now .here ,being- more- Irish Societies of Hudson County' have been eongestjed and reports show,,that election of officers of the association! Memphis, Dec. 28 A bill was filed*. Belle Lumber plant was burned-her*.

(tJWa'five hundred ..They are most arranged- a: meeting which' will be heldat i the postoiUce department has bau.ne41 which, win I open at the Algonquin Hotel anda greed upon today before Chancel.I,[early this morning entailing a'loss of

,..: Intelligent-body:of men 'and .womenndetbibIta 8V Peters' Hall this evening.: The! and delivered more Christmas man la, this afternoon. An: effort will j Jbe made lor Hel.kel, seeking to have John] P. 50000.

'? ,great,Interest. 'la theirsdioiea Her.; \VTlliamT._ .'McLaujhlla,; .President ] an parts M tie country.this'year,than 1 by the members" from Portsnronth to Edmondson removed U receiver: of .tr
profession' Patrlek cnloma.: and the' 411UD-1 ever befog !r *" !I have that[city selected,as tie place the Merchants' Trust Company which I LOUIS DALRYMPLE,, ;!oJ

'l lThls .morning many of them Indulged gnlshed guest (himself 'win "The paiikige mail preients- was I for the next annual meeting of the association. closed Its doors yesterdsy. CARTOONIST, DEAD-

:: In strolls and drives: about the city.: principal_speakers of the' evening.MIDSHIPMAN'CCFFiN .. I something:[,enormous, and the registry' I t.t.I The bill says that' the liabilities.of New" Yak, Dec. IS Louis Del.rymple ..

JUt1In an places of interest and be- ,- I' division>I fflpst"'overcrowded.' This: I, the Truss\ company are three minion. the cartoonist and caricatur

,.enthusiastic, :'over the 'many : I IAau can Indict!ejbut! one'thine and that Isthtt'tberaotntry The Bois ,Woodcraft, wM; meetclock dollars anJ 'th ssset-only $2.00,000, ist died last night of ac.tereslL!: "

,and,'thlnrs .they had found IS NOW TRIAL: ; Is'prosperons; that at the school building at 7 a' : tomorrow and further that Edmondson is ,a1di,,,

t were Bat expected Others, who I. the>pedpll tad. monejnia: ,'spent IttrH1r. (Friday) night By order of rector and I a big stockholder lit;;-theeompu".1 WALTER HILL. l/O

ha4bn;' ;here. before, pooled a lel. l Hs. Dee.2sThe:; mat, of .-: :' H.,P. Bragg.'commander. !: OF GEORGIA DEAl
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r showed 'them 'about and It, was with Midshipman Con of ,Nevada., on.acharge' Mr.-BiJge] Is.proud of.the' record : Athens Ga.., Dec. 2S -',Chancellor"

,relnctancy'that they:;'repaired, first to' of.' hadngabegai; here today, maderb,. :hli'ofliee/nnd' the faithful,|L,There's Jmore! religion la wh'stle, Virtue* [t becomes a vice u soon as Georgia University Walter HJ). died k

..the. ...Biscayne., Hotel and were register ., before,the naval._court., and.consclentlona_manner la which he Ethan io."a '1I1I1IIe. :-' .. you are vain' of It.' Aat'3; o'clock this"morning. _.

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The, Daily, .Miami Metropolis f ssip Of The '


',"B. B. TATCV, FKESIDEST., S.' BOBO DBAS. SEC.-TKEAS.

THE::MIAMI-PRINTING, COMPANY' flying Day 1 a Everybody:

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


PUBUSHED, EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAYCIACVLLTilltt Al&tjdnnattl man who killed nlnv Yr
self Kfew nights ago, left this farewell should see' our display of
RATES to hU "fad dndeen ,
.. Month......................,
Three
.BM Tsar by Mari............ $$A0 .wId "From Dee; old. friend rYe had my Useful and Ornamental
Youngs-n' ..fb. IM One week. by. Carrier......... .11 It H' puff;' k. ,

To Iff ve thee thus. know, tie rough I

,Advertising. -Rates. .made known on application. For I';! rial trouble and tribulation1': Presents

METROPOLIS BUILDING, You na e been my only; consolation
F 'TELEPHONE 71 JfTICE:
alas! of no more,
"YoswZ'; use
Twelfth'Street. Opposite the Court H.....
_t sad 4S4 ToufcVFor >'t accompany; me to the other

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 'zs 'i9os- anWe.. I :.
t shore there Is no-smoke. Our Line is
e Complete and the
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fLORIDA'STATE'TEACHERS.There "Yod'like myself, have had your day .' ,
T ; remain briarwood I return to. Prices are low
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are fathered u' Miami today a body of the most Important personages ul 10- .. .1 u
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In the milting and shaping of the world's destinies and the characterof year

man; a..'body' that. la part.,Is. educating the mind, body and soul of thenext Nf jxt will soon be this year/- Rugs, Matting, Linoleum, Reed $

generation of" 'American' manhood and womanhood and a body that ItshoalJ and,,, warm political year. It Is going and Willow chairs Sideboards """
to bt ., ,
honor for city to entertain. 1
and an any l
be pleasure I
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TO refer to the .. i Closets, Dining chairs.
Association, composed of the pick of the State's learned men and women, A re-t' that the genuine -

who hare Journeyed from Its four corners and,centers to. this the Hasid i name of the.new Tables, beautiful oak Bed :Room:
City of them an, to meet and discus higher and advanced methods and principles KlD !of his country is Hakon. The ? ,

: of education.:' No sane person win !question; the advantages of theser. aai1lit! made np of two roots, ha the Suits, gook CasesjChiffoniers; aridWarbrob :

meetings; hardly'ad vantages bat necessities,'-beeanss It ii'tbere'thit cJocattan'reoeives tot jhsr, high and ton or Your of r.I:e

.tie fullest;and moat.liberal, dtscassioa;..,'where* Ideas and the nni family or race.. Thus ,Hskonmeafcjj s, ,in fact everYthing" .

Clews upon different subjects'texts of studies, 'etc- are,exchanged and ; "high: one of the kind."..The t make beautiful
'benefit derived, ansfi; is,there'that the plans-and'foundations for all Improvements modern Norwegian: spelling Is Raakon. home comfortable l lI .,$

;In"book, and 'classroom, are,drawn and laid.;:,. What;benefits The 'fIk'"sounds like "'.".* iii,hawk
the''teacher: must benefit" tae pupil and scholar, for without. them and'the and u"on": like 'the English word

Q+ interest their Instructors take In:their welfare there_wo114.be. no need of on. JTh i accent la on the,first'syllable. I \a, '

tin,organization and annual meetings. 1'> j 9 ,We have: them. In all sizes and

Thnsl'it must, be realised'that these.meetings of "tie, State:educators Mark Twain told"'a little story with .' a1:
.
of oar children a are an Important and that Miami Is not only: fortunate'but a tnor at the,.Bernhardt benefit ford S i .0' V. .kinds: : 'coal, oil :"or gaso=

x= his been:honored In baring these:distinguished people Journey here for the Sewbh sufferers in Russia.. Tear e :

r :purpose of'discussing education and child traininggt v ago.Hhe said, ""b n'.I:was living at .. fq line. ISO ..s, marked!lore; |

The.people of::.Miami gladly:welcome these, teachers among them and Harr. Mme Bernahrdt played there i --l : -

trust that,their:visit win be filled ,with pleasure,.while ,the work,In the and3 was the'price of _ticket 'A t I

t convention' ball''wUl:result "the'most beneficial of any,session of, the nun wide* ud her, daughter, nice, cultivated !

-} ciation., !J eople 'who lived_ ,next: door: to 7 Full line of Japanese ,hand painted Vases

...-r us, ratted{ to.go ,but dldnt feel they ,.
.; THE MODERN BOY. had| .to spend $6 for;in.,Intellectual '
: ( Cake Salad
Plates Dishes etc. *.
pleasure when there were ,
i -, ',' som'people: In_town starving.. So they : 9

Are. ,the 'people'of: the country less honest:than they Once were! This toolfjthe $6 and: sent It to the poor Call and nspect the goods no '[trouble fo show them.
t .
seems an absurd question in'-these days,of,Improved thought, morals.andteachings Smiths [to buy bread with. The Smiths .:
when many customs.habits and actions which were once accepted took |he $6'and bought tickets to let! .I" ,
I
as a'matter of course are now 'regarded as almost or quite'criminal., But Saril iernahrJt"begj
_
.
R doe* the old-fashioned.honesty.,prevail-the honesty; -most.characteristic of II .
pioneer days'sparsely populated regions and a pastoral people. Of course, *
TOwn Thomas Fortune. ,Ryan first
honesty is a.'virtue as highly esteemed and as rigidly practiced among true his Ijo\To Wiatson
: ; to show skill as a manipulate .
'gentlemen and really honest,men:as It ever was and there are many of [of the business enterprises he
.
these we are persuaded and prefer to believe in all respectable walks of life. I ,
me; I, old parish priest while vlstt-
w ;But she mercenary' spirit and strenuous commercialism the day seemsto
have produced standards of io-called honesty which will not bear close ing IYirginfa. home. "Tom_ ,, my 'I ii
sond said the clergyman, "now, that $
-, scrutiny. The evil) Influence of such standards and notions and the general ;
;yon have, started out on what".blell.
knowledge of theirs existence,or prevalence Is far-reaching.' ;
L .
) 01
fair be a great business 3
caregrIwau ,
We mean especially-to; nfer':to'the: loose notions of honesty.or'lie tau .
:\ t > give ;you a word'of advice.:" ,
lack of honesty and sound morals,' of so many boys and young men. Those i .
+s : 'who; have had considerable experience, with:,boys and young mea,in:their 1 remei4ering know what It Is father," said Ryan tees e avoce sosoe seoosoooeoo. ."oe ee

teens' in,' positions ';In which they'.were trusted with'the cash drawer 'or a favorite" remark of the I
articles whcb'the1 could:convert to their
!detection. have found a woeful. lack;of honesty in a large per cent. ,"'of and*le eitr ,not lint rhat' all!" "No (nebl
_ There' / JDU7lIoaeat 'of'eourse, but*the number of those my son." said the priest.with a twinkle
; tbenv.. aiV, ones : :
In which- ths'Tirtue" et-boaestj' is'absent'1s- distressingly.."*..; 'large. What fea lnjj*}..eye.'! It'fl"It iald'that'the Is, "Don't write flnan-and Estate Srt.ap. s

L ? kind of men will they maker -
Ideas and of life Insufficient del as never failed to act on that ... .. i "f.J ?' *
What is the cause False conceptions ; I If .
: home training; knowledge gained'throagh' newspapers and other reading vic< [ ) I'

and the coaiersaUon of,their,elders,'of the dishonesty of men In high position i r 3 I j I :,' '., '
;
and 'men. esteemed' "Successful 'financiers, etc.; the desire lo dress I. The orange market Is considerably I II ..
'
,Wen, 'to emulate those of their age who have money; ;'girls, theaters, confections strMffT than It wan one week ale street r
eu lot on Utb 10x120
> cigars=there ark,many things ,which' ;the moulting "7011011rttb. Th1|h i fruit Is bringing a better price. f'f'B.) A rare bargain $1500.j| -

a misguided tastes,;' uncontrolled: 4 appetite,' misdirected ambitions ; and falsenotions'yearns jj ickers are receiving orders for S '; beautiful river front lots. Including c,,

i' for.the"moral. stupidity the' .Ignorance"and Inexperience of several ,times as much fruit'u they riparian rights 100 feet for ,.;,,, ,. a "
.... his'youthful years, the. formative: and dangerous| lod,of his .life., .His can pack and It Is no trouble to score 3000.. '

."buoyancy' and resiliency are not,.sufficient. to throw, off temptation, when $1.b0 fer! box f. o. b. Over 'ninetythoiiiand Two river,lots next to 12th street ,'. ;;.:
'
,It Involves his appetite or his"vanity.: ,boxes of fruit have: been shipm bridge I at less than value ] i :.- ..'' .{ ,.. '

Wtiat lathe. remedy: V> !venture these suggestions: Education at home f >m here. this season and! thereto .' Three river front lots in Riverside .'::.;., vat

and by; "parents U well as:school teachers.. Lessons,in economy.' ExPerl- a, bt'rpb+ bly fifty thousand boxes yet ., corner of 10th it., Ask for prices. '1, :.

: ence in manual labor.I.esaonein self-denial. More pay trouble employer; Ip. The rush:win be over this One' lot on 7th street west of the ';'.,z. ...

when he becomes'an: employe and'is' entrusted wIth his employer's' money wefk nd,the rem.lnder'r the fruit railroad, for only $300. !Ii! '. ,.;,.(1.", .

and goods. Better pay him a reasonable salary so that he will' be satisfied, wlp) P out at an easier pace.e .- .. Lot between 4th and 5th, near rail '.,>,"9"
t; have' some chance to in'some measure satlfy.hta; desires and* meet mod- s. Advocate. : road-, $500. }'I l< ".r. '> "

era..demands, and be' encouraged to'hope and to do his best 'Poor' pay .b' : .' Choice lot on 6th street near; pass ;",':'A",,' "" '.<
<
!
means poor lenlCe. Indifference to the employer's Interests, and ;the temptation c depot. $1000. f': "' ;.' "
\"
(
.' rest assured that Con- eager v
our
'
: to supplement the small pay; by methods Injurious to both. The nr ,
Three Iota 5th '
Ave.
J street
on .
_- modern youth' In, the, ,usual environment, has but' small respect ,f "the" Bij i I D. Frank Clark will give a I ; )1\! ',"" .
gobjj itcdbnnt of himself while In \?ahHe D for $450 each, or less. [|' : '. .: ::

f w miserly employer. I !nfwJ.. Is worker: and he makes O .. One; lot on 10th street near Avenue f,;" ." ',.:,{', "

i e .' 1 blow count. He is nearer theosphool ) D. for, $500 less than valued!r A sure .!, .

Of ,coarse,.Congress should keep a close, watch on canal expenditure, of statesmen than any snap.' j I :'. <..' ... .

but there,',Is danger, thai:the 'enterprise'may' be crippled by; too much red m S jwe have met for a long time, i 14th I use,and lot on 13th and one"OB' ', '"4 ..r..
't
.' tape and too much parsimony.. Chief Baglner Wmlace. 1A''a recent .article 'I has the ambition to do thiD ,not ; at special prices and terms. '-f'' -' '

in the.Engineering Magazine, said In effect that he relinquished the work inse t 'of the notoriety, but because House and lot worth $3000 for $2500 ;=, '. .

because of the red ,tape methods, of .thee,.authorities at' Washington, 'who \' ought to be done.- Gainesville i if taken quick. j I' ;' ;'f

Q would furnish neither men,'materials nor machinery: It" often, he said, S.1' 25; feet front.ee'on 12ta! street for '. \ '" ,..'Ji.,. ,'

took' months Jo get;what; would hayebeen_ gotten Ins few,weeks had Itmot 1i I I $2600. : .. .. "
0 "
been for'alow-going) ,methods ,of those whose duty. it"was to honor I These are aO bargainee. : > :
: i leetlng of the,launch owners of It
"
requisitions. The nation la clamoring for the''wb" completion of the i I re
Ecitl .
i took place in Enstls
i ,canal, tad while,it'demands rigid economy: in_the prosecution of the work: one night i 1/II/ f
la;t creek and there was .
it WOT not have much patience with those who, under the.guise,of economy, ; ,, te>tdsnce. Cape ;a good at I i '. .1, ...
W.
., delay engineers, IB. their' uncle rtaking.: '\'< 'rQ eleed} and Dr.B.. .F.Baker A.,Reedendary. waschairman ; We have sotd|several lots in our new Bay View addition north of the city and ,

....' ; .. !he. main"object' of the e I hav : some left at 150,00 each only-.50' dollars cash, down. W

The terra .firma of .Miami. mast be: alive'with'magic' laaterasfor,: U m..1i was to take"steps. to remove 0 Riversi e.l lots are the best; investments i in'the city"at'500.dollars'each. 166
has not only produced a magic lty but magic newspapers. If distractions ;
we may.Judgeof a In the Ocklawaha'rlvJrim'EasUs .
: doll cash balance in and R
years
two
ars one
.
the metropolitan air of the Metropolis,' as -it:passes its.wo.year mile. e ? to Lake'Griffln..' 'Thisse4si .
: ,post.= St. Augustine Meteor. to'be necessary in'order'to make ':, Several Jioice furnished houses, to lease'for the season.

... ,;. Itp t"navigable- stream.and open to com- e L '. __ f
Great White Czar has not : me ,e u The amount of $175 was 1mtelf .
the.
e Who says; opened his heart!. ,Listen: He ;
baa Just: announced.that hereafter the,Cossacks and members of,the'lineregiments tflill subscribed for \he'pUrPoH
will receive 25 cents Instead of 11 'month. aa|> i committee' consisting of Geo. i
cents. a :At the same Tatum
J. H.
Mime the pay of the Guards "Jumps", from 25 to 50 cents per, ,month.; If thisIsn't s itti chairman,and Messrs. Williams. $ CompanyReal
too, 'Mffler wae' :
and Ross
generosity ;1w1l't. la UT meIt. .
( ; ,
-t.
:f, Immediately; to'work on the. .
_ I
: I Ii .
Commercial .
Leesbnrg .
i :
.
Ameriunprlnters: lithographers engravers were never_ doing'finerwoik i I 0' Estate

than they are" today.: Many; of the holiday, ,'publications: this year,are I
Justly entitled tobe; termed magnificent(,; J and reserved seats for the

at :Faculty Concert before .. .
i i "
Mite Educational'AllOdat.wU1 I Ro 3Mis 8 9 'and 10 Frlssell :
"
Building
New Tork'lIecroea watt. Mayor'McClellan to prevent the playing of '- : ,, ,
m. >tate ble at: the Biscayne' Drug; j
The Clansman In that city.; -But.Mayor. McClellan.. wfll; do. IIOWnc'of. on I and .after Wednesday DeeXT& 4 ':.
.
the sort because 'r'
he can not .
i .f ...". '
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MIAMI. METROPOLIS,- THURSDAY DECEMBER" 21't.15-; .. ..... f AOt THREE r

__ ,
I "A.
believe In'nd rfora large Income I
[ INGOME PER YEAR SHOULD -- -- -- .. j
ON WHAT Another.Ired "marled member I&Id-;' 'We -

four Jean bn Just $520 .a year.

This. Included" jjr ery expense except:
A COUPLE: K MARRIED
ear rent-we' Mi. a house. This was
.. In &''good. re e4tabie Delghborb ci.-

... Thh'report wjjfrecelred with aplause. ,
The late .Coll{["I.' Hnntlngton'whose 1" I ;. -

RESTING DISCUSSION ;>E ULTNG IN. THE, _,OPINION THAT IT adopted daugote1 married a Countor .
,u a Prince, ff something, and who
,;-J."":' SHOULD NOT BE.LESS THAN.ONE THOUSAND' DOLLARS owned a few pUl ways on his'own account 1, .1.. -

:' declared; t iat a young married You are lively to be need- f .
"" .' ,
couple who s ,.Dt more than $$1,200, Ing a new suit about now 9
b.
year.do not Hes'rre to succeed and .
'-/Should-a' couple marry on let than1frUKM :am supposing! that the prospective: .are' Incapable!| sane:financial management sir, If you |do you have a J ,

o. per annum?**.Th1 Is not 'our bride knows how to cook, and knows ; Th olmg man and woman i choice of tWo ways of getting -.
'''' ::: '
,eetion. It was the subject for'dlsnt -how to cook welL Every girl should. who can not fire on one thousand! dol- fi U. Th'e one way Is to ,'
: s
: "CIA, a recent,meeting of a'.wo'S. The amount to be expended for I lars a year obh:.to hare a guardian ;r patronize the tape line sys-
-- club In Rarenwood, a'' suburb furnishings !and an orewepr. There Is some risk .
| clothing and the first year 4. temwhile the other I
'Chicago. Some ,of. the opinions will depend on the respective trousseaux of course; 1 throe( always Is In matrii way
and experiences -related' I are and on the generosity of friendsIn II moray.. Ill .e a alh: loss or' decreaseof i 1' Is to try a suit that's all -

worth repeating, especially In a goody the way ot wedding presents. But Income, Ipcr'ase of' family eta t ready made. If you've ho

Paper like the'Metropolis.: Here the bride will hare to adopt a nigh But those ware i,0 lucceed In anything care for and don't ,
ijnoney
ten
those whc e turn Any foot
ante of them: aDd attitude towards clothes.
I ;.serene spend the sensible,can mind 'paying double be- _
money J foily
r;;fli'ls. certainly'a discouraging probfor She will have to remember that .for t
:: the young man of today u.theTecate tunes are bunt in State street on the spend It Jndlc r Qutly.t } cause of i, small label, In

girl Is"not" wining' .to under- whims of women. ODD FELLO"sib DIAMOND' JUBILEE !, 1the coat collar, you'll probably -
j.married life oa a small"Income "She wm ,hare to remember too,
takethe: first .
course.If
'. ,most of our attracOre young men, that:manufacturers set the styles for I Si \ -
rrecelrlng: rmnn'ulartea"; .their own benefit I hare some'hope Cincinnati; 0., December' 28The you do pare for money,
I
Fellows of Hamilton
A girl m1llba't'erpect parry to :.though, since the bustle was rejected Odd County a you'll come; here. and get -
lilted by Uio 4 < f Campbell and Kenton -
takei
care ot'' tTJsnally.she.findshas recentlyandthe_I : crinoline Is hiring
1
Counties..K 'wttl celebrate the .
;v
.
to take eere.or someone"else.for
no great rogue that woman Is becoming

.. *> ,-'a'cIr'mM. ..-I ,.bard. work, *',free moral.agent .. serenty-flfth, !ot order Ft"1'IU)' ot the foundIng bit [ .
the West of ,ABe-
the '
as good
;
11 Is Interesting aid worth\: whHe.- ."The amount of carfare win depend ., every _
'Aay,' ghenies.by, a||pb llee meetlng'at.Music
two youngpeople: who dontnongh on how many matinees the young wo- ,
Rail this e rei q." There are ore? _
... ,. of each"'other:to get mantatteads. A little should be sired suit and ,
; a _
5.000 membe 4the| order In Ham 'a
;CD teas than t1.OOO> a .year from the Income always. and It can I
",-'t mnchJore.:anyway.' be _ared.r- ,... .*- ton:'county awn< and.the celebration: wn.soasa Mwvvos.
'jiinarried' ; woman presented the fot'erbednl' "This.soundsUke an.argument.In this.. atttUt'Jarp. au save the differenceOur
neDIuc3t' OddTellows '
prominent -
r-7MrlT' "expendfr faror'of: becfulq'on 'a"Umlte4 la- ..
.... '
led to deliver adJres- .. -
'dub'reouideratloa.. .
ibr Uls' ; come'l'am afraid most of you will r
..Ja,for, '7OUC' oogple.na .*- she not agree with me,'but why not Oar sea and a tt. nnstcal.program' has '
.. been arranged the occasion. I I.
.: assumes that they art to most "'destiabtee:'and congenial'young for I': '

e.lg; ',Earenswood._ Locality, ot' men'are not earning Urge salaries.:It cu.r suits are madqafter our suggestions, by the leading clothing makers L .of,.the. ,
,. fat an important factor. fa deter I' 1s largely the a girl Is brought up GENERAL nt TO :
,. ; this problem. that determines way whether Mia must REVIEW, THE THIRTEENTH- country. We can and do vouch for the correctness] ,"style and fit. :A try on 5

good: atsrtment'.t t IM marry'; :ran uncongenial'old:"man: with II .takes but a minute, cost you nothing, commits_ you;'to nothing. If anything ,

.. .. ... ..... Brooklyn "".. December IS. Matt.
:;; v-. ..4 .. J40r a large Income or an attractive young Ra -' oes In and get
i wrongcome money.
othlat..,' ..... ,... ..... ..- .. US man, with little. .A man's ability Jar General 1 .,Chaffee, U. B. A., i your "

i fnrnlshlngs .W9,.. .........: SoW'lIcht should not be Judged by his earning has accept Invitation to reviewthe J. I It '
I ....,:...... .... Thirteen'on,8nmter Regiment at Its I
..' 40 There are many men like the woman armory
fare, .........''........'.,!.",.....' Ui in Eccletlattes..Their' price- -'Is shore. ieue; ; this evening.:The .Sm1s $8.5p.JIO: $12.00; and 15.00
i hired help4anndryete| U rubles/ renew will followed by the .cusrade -

.' eJa 'as lnsnrancebooks'i. One member said she did not believe tdmary annu4 and heavy'ar- I i I '

church,, charity: ,. a couple could lire on \1.MO a year Mllery, practllinortars. rlth dummy guns and
,.tc.'. ...,- y..a .... ..-........ 110yCottly. but'Ihic.... promptly squelched.,Another 'atW''" which a"ball will be

31"," '- ODe .said:" .-Mo.t of aa.'began 4ren. CenJ. tree win be aeeompaire" .

: ... ... .......... .. ...$1.000 that way anyway. I remember one :aled: br'h1,! fni staff. '- R. W. IRhqdes- ,
,
''Two,people.ought to live .well and month when my husband's: total Income yG

a more orless'on $20 a month was Just 2 cents. I don't believe Make bom eaten, and the child
jft
.too .." she .a d.-'J4T :bare for ser- Ina: man's" marrying until he ha OUIfl.ttJ.
,will takthe [ rar word for It site,
ren y
months.have not avenged' mOre something in,his,head or'In his bud beavenl ome. ,..- : to Men, You sand. Boys 322-TWelfth Street, Miami, Flort "
v$80, and: that for fire people: I; for furnishing a llring. but I don't k J 8 ,

.
?r .. '.- ,II.! -- .. t

.. I' Miami Biirdressiog Parlor I II -'

I I' Cooley & Honei I :.1 Now OpenFirst BARGAIN '
.
I
:: II' ( ';' ; AKNIfiiE. HEXDERSOX I,
:
: I 'T otUx.T. Grapefruit rees.II" ;
Gradaat Hiirdre: lalf Scbool'' .
L : .Bargains. Business, Property :34 Uth.U ottt N.Y.Barber.bop.Call add*ce
f "
'Odi1 I '
iThCCftY 9icD II I '''At Ou./GJetreei.ITolla -
lor this wf ek .,.
.' IInltIlT. FIt I. CUGIITW.
.
;
: >> I The Minneapolis' l'1tn. ..lliatr,At 5Dc. Great Ucrtfic. for '
'A ,fine business lot on Are. D, near ">h. Call at my of Set

Miami Hirer.; &0x150, price $200v E. A. Ruslelt. *! j '
: :
sle the 'Post Office f I' Business corner on Are. D, central-I I. New House! 'New Furniture-Open J c. J...Rose, Adrnr.y

.. for the season. Board by the day or c. E. Davis estate' ,
I "",-, I y-located' 70xi:4, price $12,000.1.Business1 J *
'
Northern
week. Cuisine.-
'It. block, centrallyleased located t! H -..
Diamonds' Waeweiry for S years, a good inresttaenL. 227 7th Street, I Miami rial.
Xmas ('" es Price only'fSOOO. I
,., ,, I ''
> A fine business.corner. C0z90 with Notice of,Annan Meeting fj '

t. II f. ;i, ally back on Are. D 'withli t1N ; TELtPI1ONt'.SEVERYW1WRe

blocks ot the:,heart of the city Pries ..
arid The annual meeting of the stockholders : u --
) $4000.__ !1 '
1 National Your Doctor
of the Fort Dallas
choice business Your LawyerYour
A block: a Uuheart'of ftI7
; I > .I' .this 1' city' Is under' lease Bank :wfll be|held at the office Inthe 'Your Trap Friends ODl., e

: 1 z $200 per month,'price only flcjMO.atl i. city of Ulamt Florida, on the .th day All Hay. Them

d A solid stone business block on 12th of January IMC at 3:30 In the after IT PAYS,THEM _
: street centrahy located price $16,000..1 noon for the 'election: of directors and IT WILL PAY YOU yOur
Appropos' 'to Christmas: ", where* an you find a. Present tenant win least for 10'yean officers for the ensuing year and for

(. t at.$1800, per -ssr.Fine .' the transaction of such other businessas city, rate are low
larger selection suitable for giflpopular than at our mat'com ... ,
block on Are. D of three pre.between 1 before the meeting. Prt.a'PrtrmwBe 8..1.M .id.eu Phono Ph""... q"urn art! tad H.<%
tenth and eleventh streets George R. Oomph *,phoaa,oa patty Gnu. ,na rfl>M.S, x

.,= establishment. p oP every walk: good tenants! pays good, Interest on Cashier. MIAMI TELEPHONE & }
q ,
f 5' elil the.Inrestment Price $(000. AJ snap '
; "xt of lift;! are numbered among customersthey 'A business', block 'on Are.. D. two Wanted-The use o>? a single! surrey TELEGRAPH, CO.
(without horse, for a {portion of each "
store rooms, pays $85 per month and 32 IK 2th SU Miami Florida
: s' all e1iein, purchasing from "us be can be boughi'Solid for $8500. i 1 week for le eral months. Address P, GI ..U. fRISSEIX.Pits. '

r ) brick lad stone business"blockon I O. Box, 4, plaint, stating price.

'f1'; '" 'cause. we' .save them.the .exorbu ite prices of, __ Are., D that"pays $1000 per ear,

{Solid } .14"k lor $35.00.. can be..bought' '1 for $30,000-Is a good [ '

.J. 'Waltham'or Elgin; ISJewel.J : the expense burdened ;jewelersment Itnd, depart thing, A solid for you stone to look and up.brick bnslnests Magnolia, Grocery! Co. .t

.:stores without sacrific off iality.e We block near llth street price U ,000. I I '' .
"- E, This' Is a fin clall investment.t :' F; If. WHARTON., Manager

are known as Miami's.Greatest i iamond and .A choice business'corner on A re. Dud 'I :I'
I
o ninth street. Is one hundred feet .
Watch Price c.utters.W e han hand the square.'I This (its a fine piece; of-property ; i : '

+ h v for the money can be bought. for ((1tt>> mars i'inntf.'
$5500., ; Let us show yon this. I }

1i A, ,choice bjufkes* lot on,Aae. D.
rented for |1200 per year, can: be !
bought for 10000. This Is one of the
Largest: lite of(Chi lulus. best' Investments.One ofj< the
very In pr paring' your New Years Dinner be sure that ,
very business lots Are. I) for
best on
$2000. Look at this. I your Supplies are fresh and pure. If you make your 8AlLY

: I -A good boarding house on A... D pvrchases here you are sure of both qualifications.,
Watches
.11.II
1 1A for 3000.. Ii ja good thing. |
A business jot on Are. D 25x50 for

$500 on easy terms. We are having a Special Sale-

: :ever brogDt t to' lams i Now If yoajdont iee'Jut wha yon .
I ,
R are looking for come and we win how t' : x

"20 year case',, Quaranteed: : l'' t yon member,over thatpopulation the tlty I : free Is of Increasing charge ReJtUml In- of Ne\v| Years- candies. assorted nuts. 'jellies, j jams! ,' 4raisins

good Ami: mbvem't, $8.50 Ranging gr.in price'f'f from $4 'faster thanany city tn currants citron oranges, apples'\ figs, dates
., up Florida and we predict' that the llagle and ALL KINDS of DAINTIES for Christmas.Corner s
sty:wm bavt a population of 26.000 I ''

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Avenue D and Fourth
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Mrs. 3., Marshall HarreU and Miss+ : Genial Dick 'Whltnall chief clerk of

Digs Perron,'of Knozvine. Tena, are i the P. A O. S. S. Lite In this city Is 1 I I Il.deaIOift
1I' among the many visitors la the city happy an over todj/. the cause being 1
this season.XVanted the arrival of a new little Miss TOsltnaH. : -
{ d his home last night.
I : Christmas
-Position by an experienced

lady at shorthand. and -t wr1tlq. Furnished room; nicely furnishedroom '
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to rent In 'Watson building. Apply I i ii

Fine lot on 7th street, $UM. Beck, Metropolis office.BROftSIER In! all their richness .and beauty it prices that never have been known in this,

y nison A Hnddleston. means REAL.ESTATE. city. We buy direct from the manufacturer arid saveyou the middleman's profit

> Kane defendants were tried and sentended [ 1 '
la. the 'municipal court thisZoornini Among the distinguished guests In

by Judge Sanders, the fines the city today are Captain R. >s. Rose Diamonds Sit
gegatini |(S and !oats.i state chemist and wife, who have Watches 'and verwear

come from their home In Tallahassee i -* -
We have severs! ',small cozy-' to attend the meeting' of the State Rich Jewelry and Art Goods* Fine Cut Glass and hand-painted China =

D!eeI'for 1&1'-'eh p., Beck:' Wilson Teachers Association. I

ft HndtHeston.Martin's ; :Choicest and most beautiful i t ,
Three lots on Boulevsrd. $3,000. ;' patterns > high grade ware 0 -
Mail which! consist of the latest creations and 'D"
Orders
Gallery,' on ,Avenue Beck \VUon A Hnddleston comparison h Store
Shooting
Quality; is the great lef cr, aud in every honest we ,
,. :)). has:a', large Turkey, up this alwa10 get the credit oif being the lowest priced house in our +i "
Keels for the highest,score. Contest For Sale One a!even-ton auxiliary are promptly filled. I line.I The prices are irresistible. In fact they spell economy the frugal shoppersAll
closes Saturday night at,;11. o'clock sloop and a number of launches. ?MeirillSteveni *- goods purchasa its truest form. Don't delay ; Make tour purchases early buying headquarters -

:Boys, try. your nerve... Co. Jacksonville Fla. from ill' engrav-," .We. LPUTTHErA\yAYUNTIl.jYOUWANT.1'HEX. ers fairly bristles

fr ed Free of Charge with BigBargains.Hi .. r'b
in session Next to Postoffice Miami Florida
There are BOW thirty-three prisoners The Elks meet regular ,
confined la the dty Jafl with'nine: "atvork tonight' their naH In the Townley t' Irr -
on the'.treeta. December win Bloct:. AH members are requested b;', r -- -F 1" I: '

:fce a'record breaker in arrests bJ'De to be present. ..
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'pollen.department: i z
BROSSIER means Safe, Investments s t F }

.1'I nI4e4 Rooms fl per week.'LewIt ;
*. Restaurant p0 Avenue D.;' The Very 'latest styles la wedding
r stationeryannouncements and\teaH* .

Tor Salt = Fonrteea horse pnrer1tda1o tng'cards, can be had at the V.strop- .

engine in good' order." P. O. oil* ofSoa it. .

eeoz:. 554.
.-: John King, a white hobo, charged -

'a 'Ten thousand'craperalttreea: ready with stealing*a 'beefsteak,"valued.at.. !I '
ten cents from John Marks was arraigned ;
r tot:planttng at Toss Nnrseryone ,'It tl -
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mile west of\ Cocoanut Grove R.; R.Station before Judge A. E. .Heyser
: 'Prices reasonable. this'uWntnl and:ordered to' serve ,a
sentence of one,4&1 in Jafl.ressler .; '

; Kors.''Beeri- .of Bridgeport Conn, The New Year t 1'906 -

e bar arrived in.)[lam! to Join his father ,wants to list your property
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who' Is'awalthfg the completion of ,
J their residence on 7th street, ud who For Sale CheapOne thousand three o ,I t ,, -

later :'wffl bran="' his "family". to'',enjoy' year old lime stock. Inquire or phone
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+ tie'season | R. L. .Mfl!*, agent. I I
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nV-, .House and lot on Avenue D; "$Cod. Best table board $1 per week. Lewif1. I .
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Restaurant, 619 Aienne D.. !
tal.e1l street, $1,400.
.pose and Third '
,- NCE MORE we extend the New Year's
L brick business house on Avenue you glad
;1 Beck, "Wilson'A Huddleston. A horse attached to a buggy ran O
o, i away on the south side of the river hand and wish yo lall good Tuck for 19.06. | 1905 was
cabin. for ,anus this'morning and threw ,out the ,two 1

eight feet beam, two and' lady' occupants of the vehicle, but fortunately 'a good year for I us and in starting Into 1906;*: we shall '

!< a TSU foot draught, Fifteen horsej. neither of them,were,serious- I .-

'-,.x' power 1021 ,Avenue four cycle B.1 engine.],. Apply tt .Injured.; to stop A Derro'Who the m&hteBed.teed.endeavored try ,harder than ever to look out for ,the interest of!(our customers
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,-'j c> was thrown down but he too"escaped ; .
." without The horse then broke We hill try and give better service better values
t: )D. "Jas., B. Hopkins and Mr. tad Injury. : a
Mrs. ; !the" out of harness and continued Jits mad r. I I. I' :' !
Reynolds visitors to dty
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.;: were'out enjoying a drive on the beaa'tttul Sight,down the road. 1 larger stock to buy frqmi din', 'every (!sway' excel'! the year: 1905

yl Coeoanut Grove yesterday, when r : f.r ff{

.e", the carriage-top. caught, in l[I Iw a telephone. .,ROSSIER means Safe Invesla IiSW -r I ',
w"tr. which was hanging low.:' badly-de- I .
,7 .;toollshlng the former which fen upon I MASSACRE IN CHINA.
}; 'Ur.,Hopkins.. ,.No serious' injury,re- Dont assist'In the maitacre of the "Wf.. fiND business has s own a fine i increase over last year and we pre- "' .
'-"r .- ,0 American missionaries in'China-but ..
., idfed'howeverM.ithoogn; the party our
'.Amerteau that patrons hav : been satisfied with our excellent,line of goods.
,was deprived. of the expected pleasant be true/ and. patronisetheMiami

'voting: 'The horse was somewhat taellaeJ Steam .La1mCt 7.,'Wh .wfll We can say-Everything, goes on merrily watt1 Is still good to drink, air is stillfit
,to,desert when the crux: came, give you'better work and better ser '
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,but'was" contronei, J, i iCaTUzg vice. than any other.r 'place" : In town. to breath.. Anth ny-Romfh Co. goods are better than ever, success is still spelled .
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... ; .. J' with i a capital S and prosperity is still in the air. But here w : setting off
,' \ cards, ,handsomery' prtatN! OPENING OF NEW .

?'",'st'Ae -Metrnpolls, a& ., j j '. ..,: .. 'J y= M.'C.--'"_A.':BUU.OIN8- -'-, firecrackers" where* } all we intended was merely a hand-shake and :a Happy New .
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Year-and: so here's to'ou. 1906 the best of life succeed F
r"_} LonLarp, black (and 'white Little. Rock Will Celebrate Occasion heJ year your beyond

; -pointer- dog.. TickeJ'al : over with With' a Benefit Concert your,best hopes Ceep your high your body clothed in an Alfred Benjaminor
4 black.; Large 'black:'spots "on each Little Rock. Ark.. December-2L--
,.sole'.OBrtba.' Reward for hi" mum "The new'. T. )I. Cl A. bulldlngVhlch or Snellenberg suit of clothes and feet in anj Edwin Clapp or \Valk-. \"et shoe '.,
d M. "S. Burbank: Miami. 1(I..'' ,*. was recently finished here;"wni be formerly .' 1 "f ti

opened this. evening ,with a benefit I It '
.The FirstiCanonai: Bank" of;'Miami" !,, cone rt.,

'' has capital'paid In_,of|1S0b00 and A fine musical program has been sr- The. Anthony Romf Go '
In' three years of lt. existence', has ranged for the; occasion and several

accumulated.'a. 0 surplus of t .$11,000 additional members of the Board of Trustees will
] as a special safeguard ta.dtng deliver addresses. Next Sunday afternoon i
between eTeTT, depositor and. any the first large meeting for men !i -
possible 1018. Total resources |350,. will be held In the new buildings 'On i 'iHE i

a $00.,, <4< per "cent ,paid oa'savings.. Monday, January 1, win 'be children's .I. .. M

., ., day and children between twelve and
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'The,excursion. 'to the gulf, which had' fourteen years will .be permlted to' Inspect ; i j I 4.
been programed to take Place tomorrow the bunding..' In the afternoon a
4' afternoon on''one of the the building win be opened for inspection I

'y of the y& .a, s.,8. Line "NJeII'::' by the ladies.- In the evening"a
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tarT to tile.YiaWDz educators public' reception will' be held to which- ,
. the city. 'has been aba d0ee4.: The everybody will be admitted. :;

r steamer Miami, now la port" undergoing .f
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4 t= repairs was ,the'only j vessel avail ,AMERICAN ALPINE.CLUB TO DINE ,
able but 'her. ;maebtnery, ,J. so dls> :' '..-:- '

arranged that'It Is Impossible" getit And," Probably Authorize Formation- o .., ". :

in. condition In time. t" make tie ";" A- Canadian Section., ":;. .' J. ': ,
trip which is much regretted as many I :Boston.; Mass, December ZS.-The j ': '.
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of Je teachers had looked. forward fourth annual meeting of the,'American ,t 'if ; 0 '
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with much interest to the experience.'In Alpine:dub.will be;held at:the ....j -I'"iiIJIr.: ,:,
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the place of this outing' General;moms of the 'Appalachian .Mountain : ." :: : ...-'
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hhe, teachers 1 ;. .;.r::4 ;
Manager layers offered .Club this afternoon and In the evening .o .
? '. rate fJt $5 00.for the round trip to ',the; members,of the club will haTe ,I ; '" ,,'. iI,'i 0'f.'J' ; .M'
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Key West and return the same being'I thCL'Ir'annual dinner at.:the Exchange .; ..>..: : .'- :
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good on the steamer Shlunecock going Club.. ::1_.'''' :
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,-out tomorrow'morning and:returning I; President ,Charles 'E," Fay of the 'I .,'t: :
Raturady afternoon ThU'offer' towever.ba4 Alpine Club, 'Tufts"College, .and several ,I'I ,. to ,be declined 'as the. ma-! other members snd-distinguished' '

+{ ,Joricj- of tie .visitors desire' to lease'guests will'deliver addresses.. Then club : :; ,1 t" \

+ for their'respective .homes tomorrow..win probably:'authorize'the formation 0, ,;::' \ .

-Bight ant Saturday morning.. ,-,of a .Canadian'section:and '.will make I'., ". "-rsAGE ':.-":..,' t .:... m
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those, pre-eminently-distinguished. for .
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i;". ". ;Seventy-Ore foot 'lot on :BoulenrJ,exploration of the North-American sub- .
', 3.l00. Beck:'\VTlKm A.Hu '-estoa; '|'Arctic regions eligible for membership.."
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,;e is_Price the Quality that make and Efhi-i-t I For ('The 'House. 'It the Is p :quality that make and :


.-' ,goods'i:. popular' tj:!! J our goods popular. .
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/care Now.Ready to"Furnish_ Offlo 'Phone35, H.| | M. KING |a t K>.nc. i


Tribune* Snell Undertaker" and Emb mer I f. !MILlER. .

and other 13OO AVENUE' D I Tttf U,DfRTAKfR i
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RESIDENCE 219 7th STREET 41 12S"T
lakes of Bicycles

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f.. lleisOiUll.JJiW_ # $ ft# : j t family' FOR.' launch SALE' Send us ''your''' ,

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-- .-. : j !, suitable for ,
'Sodas
R. H. Barter, of West Palm Beach Prot J. 11. .uUllamI, of .,
I*'paling Miami a abort Tint Green Xr.. Ia 'tere4 WI prices. J
t the G.uUer. II Ale i ?
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'jThe' bicycles and other' ,. S. Clarke, of Minneapolis, 1* a. ;
;!'goods are"the best standard recent arriral at the GanUer. We have a 1M fi'roeery to :Seltzer I I1 r

!::1.-1-::>.. '.goods on the.market' lbrnWi.d rooma in,Tenth St.Mlts 1tu4.S Beck. n 4on,j' A: I'I'S 'DECEIVE ., I ;
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,. ,and 'other Tires. Secretary Ke of the ? Patton'I. '
er Brakes fitted f to old Maggie Pope, of Bneada' I'lL., AuodaUon'c here I : Nothing more
. Is'registered. at,the. G uuer. la"re&1atered. al It Bta and invigorating
',:AH,work guaranteednew y -I. II to be g pare sodas. Our !

"co",.. wheels 'for, rentiT'im'Street ;J. ,QI Keltum..'of Tallahassee. is."In ..ForRot1f1R front o yon 40 not ups are!pure and c"
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''!'r t the ,city for, the"'weefc. m bnUdtn6. u1re II:. .i why. May bottles new and 3,
M many time Mail order will
.. Blue Front. I robber and I CCITC prompt ._
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-. 'ta 0 Seeing Miami by 'amtotnoWJe. Lof- Mr. Franklln Q.IBUlh II, I
"r I toaA, : Xlnlg, opposite postafflce. hare addition made liIa home I t and I '

Ltroll & 'Clark an apto.4ate'ear. for hire.J. But Cray.. [ I why. -
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then la I l
., archltect. I 10tIi ,
r'CJ' R U. Kelluni.. of TaI ahuse. is of those Acme '
registered at the Gander during theTeachers \\e; Lave a vertront : :
Association : and Works
Sfiurkhart'jOCK meet parll right I Itefk. Wilson
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dleston: property'W. I l etaett.etw.ot of Ice
I ij J.. 'A....prmontll of Varianna. Fla., !!L a >w things: olla buDoUq.I +

AND, GUNSMITH li among the visiting teacher in the Mr.hand Mrs 'fi Lo.. B we" ')f'- uu first i,

' (Expert Repairing city, stopping,at\he Gantler.! Atlanta. have'rently: Neitnn' s'of e I
.ml tAng at; 11 fl.U pet
and are
Muie C between I2ta and 13 .h St. i I
,,':1i." For Sale,-At a bargain one rlO mulamlou'l 0 therm, C. df itr 'lees thai- ., J
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bon case! two reroMcr cloak aal our price v
skirt ra-ki. sIx roll'paper cutters. W. M 1 \f, at that Ti. ,
We have 10 gOod lots oa
M. Burdlna. we are sell Miami
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Oaks -
$115. Beck. florida
1 ... Slid tht cdsi .

F. 'VT. 'Forgey. of Duluth, 1I111a.. t.ee"" Jot WlJ ,, .. >IP uotr .hlij-
ukJ1C..11le; late arriTlng 'winter WElaon __ ,. by :ti' cat .
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Corner' 13th' Street Tisitors. He Is registered at the per keg. r}.-

, and AvetlaeB: ] Gannet .. The'Bartow i' agency to ,I .per" keg. Did ,- Y
,the price /Ito
..,,. b Ire,delighted Mien Come In your can drive
; Mill'.Carolyn W., Heats and'1lIn did it! We automobile. you .,. for. hundreds of miles ever. .the
Palm etcher
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Royal Park, WlJder'a Tlllttp
Mamie Smith, of Martanna 1'Ia.r are Benne'r line t smooth paved<< roads one stretch from.Cutler to,Palm Beach, a.di.lane."of .
i a Dec., 1st guest of Mrs. Mitchell D, Price daring Cltr. .She Ia I \ c S at the ., Who made J Jit nearly I *" .
sn one hundred.miles and most of the way you arela. ,
., j. tie Association, meet. I in Miami jat '
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"rMacGriff' t 1. Simmons! t1a'Uu '! Our shelves) view" of,1h. beautiful BIscayne Bay.Come In, your yacht Here the
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:f'.z'1 .BOSSIER"will eottaetyour: rents.Do&t .parasols_repa t ".1116 \' I some:' of th.m fishing la unexcelled You can:select your variety from the tiny,paa'h :
I thing can, {be < f
' : .. .. ,Y gtre fJ for, a feather pffiow A few t trees rk. Row do we j Ii "
when fl wffl'pay.for.a sponge pillow, set., hdde.t, troiS'UeeI't1 and sell. right tan captured, from,Ave! hundred to a thousand pound of fish Ins a slnggle u

MOFFAT'S J which.ta'better.: 'f," i' prize at Wbr)1f Ir. $15 Per : excuse of high day last winter..You'can caar: r launches and'yachts 'fey tile
C.O.'Rlchazd ,
secret
jIKJamI; rOIl a : 'daywoek.rmonth. '
1 I You can chart er er hiss touring ,ears_ the"same,
Misses Georgia Slater of Barber- stock by rail- a,
: Deer .Lunch Tine.. -Fla, Cora :Eou I- and. ;FrankIe Klli Rowea4 agmira' freight eref7 way." Miami .. th.,eportman" paradise, and yachtmana' headqurtera' .
Ross"of Ocala> ;'Fla", and Messrs. 10bDBant..of.Da4..Clti.f pal' cCthe s.d.erllD r to get rich Many capitalist* own beautiful home* here and berth:.their,yachtshere

and J. 'C.'T. Bartow, I. the Ut or ,: fair profit and during the-summa We have a variety' property.: bordering ....
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.4 dine on 11th.t : dealing.
Worthy are located at the-Mlnneap
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; the bay with Riparian Rights .. .. We have apartments furnish
Including '' log the Teach& AI to trade wth for art
new,. oils Hotel,on 7th street during the : | .'. 'Y'' association. session.T .. a _, .11 COMPANY 'eel ,and unfurnished, furnished hou see to let for thusasen.; 'Here" la :
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: 'Iq," ,mAifljjthe/ wanU list Money a very desirable t ,winter home for sale wltllin five- miles-of?MiamI- ,
B" ,
J' 1 ".hare one otthebestebancesfor "' t, yotr [ Bout (
.... : 4 ,andneatest&n., |; investment In-Miami'real estate:! f I .F.a. on a :!,good hard- paved road4This I] properly, overioob'th.bay/- :

.something which will pay"25 per mal I and.,the Atlantic .Ocean....!Riparian! rights go 'with the property. On t
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: ; ; BroesIey .i,i. : ,'r- "* S -" "' .
1Dnfipte'thI.-: .1 j c ;ASoauoo RI CROss 'PNARIACYELIABLI t .1 -
dl.AN this property. Is an elegant wtntei Tiomes/Ttji aJnlngfourteeii rooms'
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,', '' ,J-J ATenne"D or.C.C.; Car i >t. ..
roil:'214 Avenue D. ," : PRESCRIPTIONS i 'with all modern conveniences.,.Servants .quarters and"'This b t e

rOR' LADIES 1 belonged to the late Dr. Carman of York'and
$: lcAptloni property New It to
phras
,. It war reported today that'si nero Reliable pr rellably Lned Is a depa4ment.-It" aud": '
J.='" J attempted to force an'eatraJ1 into a .and"but" he pollcyof our.'prescription : Whatever "be.sold to settle up the estate. I i *, ,Price 110,00000
Ccted, with' a saloonJBifttennak residence on Fourth street at an' early :your docto ers for roD: ;that you will pt If hb p ription II placed i ;
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t1 < : I in air Nothing will be missing, naught I b9"lubltftuted
11Pt'ud..ere.
hoar last went so far i
.every day.I.t'; as"_ to tear away screen* door 'after ;.,for,Tome d r chemleai we hive not Ip tOck.: Sp te of our accuracy I .
r5c'-a glass. ,Lightkeikments he had been dlscorered.: -'He unity. ,ud care'w ldo not charge ccea.dTelJ' Ask your. mends and neigh! : We have many such properties, both Improved and unimproved -'
!, served dar. ran away gad made his escape, ''bora about way orPGtt1q up 'prelcrptlon! Terrtbme else 111 jn very desirable locations. If you desire any Information -

g oil:hours" .! ,i1, ""* ''th.'droe' CARRY BUTLERS CANDIESCORNER1 regarding this country/ communicate with us. We
., ; /'> j For Rent= Nicely fornlsbed apartmenta -
. i door'- east of Avenge D on 13ht"ProntBuilding. 'for honskeeplng.. r'No.children I ,C and TWELFTH STREET I :- MIAMI FLORIDA have property I : along the Florida Keys, the route ofthe new

. "., .. '. ,. 'MaIi" J '- '1a.. wanted. 'J22 14th street, 9 cR scenic railway: of the world at prices and terms to suit.G. .

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a w ,, -. Post. :. ;Card, Al, ,ms Uptown Office )214 AvenqeD'r
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Mixed l Gandies,, .15c,:;"25 ,'and 4 cents 'a.:,pound i Miami! '

: ,. -: f ', ; ', Conservatory of Music

i f ,225'Twelfth Street

: I : J I Franklin ColemanlBush.;:,
Director.
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Large Assortment ,of _' ;j Names Burned -Free Earope.ai trained facultr. AnXrtist
S : in charge"of each depart.
l menu Piano Pipe Organ/Volce''.ioJiD, Mandolin, Elocn-
5 Bibles i 'and 'Testaments : .i'in all Leather Goods tion. Physical Culture; French, German and Spanish. Harmony
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!. : and history Classes/ Burrow's Kindergarten and
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1. Primary runic Classes. /':: ,: .; Send for,catalope.Piplmas *
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a q+ No 'Quorum; 'No*.le.tlna '- I icH IAKATA WRECKED

I Top\ Topics. I ,there Owing was to no the" meeting absence of of ,quorum the MerI I And A I'Crew'bUt.On. ManYDroWned' ? i iF'

chants'Association last alghtalthouga. I 'tv. M.BURDINEFor
the election of officer* for the ensuing A, T pa',dispatch of the 26th > t.
Pile Driving ,Outfit, r] year was scheduled to take place. the T1 *nlOl1 says: ; .,
The machinery and complete outfits. 1 I' "Cap .ti1mon'd,of the' schooner Hel. I :
for two Immense. pile drivers ,.to be M. "
I en Th arriving 'at Port.Tampa
l constructed: and used_In the bnll i BROSSIER means felnveatm.nteLost today Galnston. 'reports: the :;

tirn or the extension of the F. E. C. Railway wreck ti'hethreemasted schooner r
arrired:atth- terminal White English terrier bitch;
bale
Sakat Pa boro.Nova_ .Scotia,'aueI,
dock: long tall clipped ears. Suitable reward the; d InZ of the entlre:crew ex.eepUn' 6ne week will 'ond third. '
if returned to this office. we ,give,
0 n F. 'WlUlaml, pt: St. Johns,
Wanted"A parinerjwltli;! 1,000 for New wick, the. The capsized -

a b llne.-that pays'good returns. F. I Nlrodha Returned I' j er' Wu'lIf1t righted bic off the pricet9tiln l ; l holiday goods

'C.- Brossier.E. Son 1200 1-2 ArenneD '.I The large houseboat Nlrodha which mond on December %3. He ., ,
or III:Avenue D. has been over at Bears.Cut for the

past ten days or more.where;*he was] deer sent'Ii a1!4t Te containing meD to the his wreck second:. of. Prices in plain i figures= .on articles ;

T Gasoline Was Short repainted was towed back to the city I 'Th nn found. Wiluanis'clinging J;
There, has. ben another scarcity -of yesterday afternoon and:anchored off 'I it-
I to th ssel. having been ,without ,
gasoline here ytheipast few days the foot of Twelfth street The.two. I ,
food 0 ng for four daT" Hunger .
..d"a.-'result some-of the power new,SiXty horse power engines for the I 'to portion I'
had f William eat a
1 flshlng, boats that were In port, during,- Nlrodha are expected; to' irrtve'datly of his I eoIt. Amour the drowned .
Christmas. Issd'tronble In getting sufficient when she will be docked and the same owner
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were Conlon managing
of the fluid to run them to the Intsalled.Furnished. 1O"n.bothof '
or the r ooner;and his ,
chanel rounds. Each of the eom3" :
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John'.Cos
Para rv Nova'SeoUl; of '
punish' held back one! boat-to carry ,rooms for runt or"light This includes uperb line'f Pictures hand :
It. J i- steward. and four:seamen.Willia a work in oil und pasted, some
owe, .a supply as.toon,ai It arrtm. how keeping ,.aU\. 800:0 greet about recovered from hit r is *

__ ', + homb sperlence: ,The wrecked nice Books a set of Shakespeare Kipling, Byron miscellaneous
"1m Lana ,
Bo v; public"stenographSJT. ArrivesQuite achoo"
; office'at 1'. C. Brossler ft--,Son.; Hotel Help kata&s bound for Haran&I I r : Poem ', Books suitable; or boys and girls Picture Boots
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UOO M'AYenw D."'corner 12th it' ft large number'or Xhe"help I "Th capsized Deeember 1.. : ,. ,, ; ,.

: consisting of house girls, porters, etc.. fi 1. ZI.II8 ,n rm. Iongitude lollg, Boxes, two superb Oriental. Vases, SilYer '
will for the Royal Palm Hotel arrived last Is.le 'b I .
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BROSSIER. ; collect your rent* fj -
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u night. and 'this. morning" .' from'J"-the 1 Cups, etc. Just opened t up a line'of -: ,'
v. Larg Rock Oriq north. They"were.taken, at once; T 1j Y NOW CABLE LINE :

2 .iA,large 'drCt':for penetrating rock their;Quarters la the hotel and began i -Yal r4 .December. 2-The cable

,and preparing for the]sinking(of the the work of getting the house 'la condition steam til J'araaar,;be10qtua,., to Ste.mens I ,, '
boa that win be"put down by for opening January 8. Other \I :, J ;
'piling and '
Coy -t
A having OR board .t
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the r.'E. C. 1t&IJw&Jijhl.the I buildingof crowds of help will arrive within" the 1,750 of cable' forth. Central :' *hrisail "I't I Jn ',,C' 'I! i' ... .
Be.1IrI4P.u4,trestle work,0*,the nest j day :or 'two and(until'the date a'erleaaTelegraph Comparny \ :
Wet oteasioB l\t terminal of opening, when'all will hare SI :
Key \ the "* gotten. bled tOd&1.ieThe table Uto f TUf: V'2'TT1I'ST.Sj ,
dock..' 'The machine win be of great lere. .. '" be 4apUcate tho'Central'A ,

Rnl -a."II1I1I.q'Of"' iMs.road, '. : South Telegraph Compu1' .. 't "Ij'

{ way.. j', Manager ...rrllI--.ArrIY.* cysts I tweea' Yalaratao-Ignigne, I 't .. i

,, I ., ,Jlr.x B. W. Merrill manager of tie chill. nCallao; .Pero.HOLI < ; I 'w.I I
Three11 elegan'tty! .. .
'' furnished I rooms Royal Palm Hotel accompanied by his I I 1 L ;:., '. ''
ultabU for. light housekeeping. 1. 4
;; private secretary arrived la the city SPORTS AT PINE .
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H. .Tatnm A Co. ,! ... last;; night i and:went fat;once'to',his HhI I, 1 r, .1'": in exquisite't )lawns i" > T"J and< apartments la the hotel. )(J'; Merrill P.n N. C.. December ZB.-n.
Will, DtoOMO. Lighting jj win give his undivided attention from ann und of winter sports at the ,j China's'lksi' in l' black l arid white
It la said, ,certain,members of ,
that -
: now: on to preparing the house for opening Pineh Country Club'eN today: I .
khe V *a it Assoc IOA wfl,request = i' '
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I January 8. for what promises to The ,bu a, ,large membership : I }'J' i ,
Ceo Special meethlconbit'borat .
of
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cafltog a '
be the biggest,season In'Its ,history.Mr. amo wealth, residents New .
: an early'date to dls- .,,Merrill has. many. ,triends'herewho .. York, ''I'21Uadelphia. Baltimore and white
'j cuss"the matter' commercial 11diJDC"U4t gladly welcome> him back,whichfacts Bost. alad many of them are here to e had the mi fortune.to get a dozen of the China ones.wet.. Some
d rcide'on itep..to be tat
nails the 'rumor so much circulated take In the various tournaments
'en_'relatlre :to>>--securing better, and that he would not return. here and 0 a few days of pteaaant winter ., are little star ed. These'we will make a price on to make ,them :sell. ;
cheaper.service from the electric light :
this
i season., a There will be golf Ud ten 1 t I .
company.For' "
nil tt3aments. trap shooting and '
Several good furnished house Pllt f fI ootlnC contests 'and other I
Modem I '
rent apartmeaUJurvlshed t '
or.naJrnrnlchedJ hi'tbe-new FlnJey for rent for the season.' J.1 H.,Tatum event 8 ct valuable prizes are !Offered( i I i i'! '
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ftiCovreal; estate agentWELLS&*.- :, to th nel'lL .' M. BURD1NE I
; 315-318 TWELFTH STREET. MIAMI.
FLORIDA
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Apply ono premises' or --_. ._ --- .. -- '-." .. w t
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An Immense Wereho"a.Oue .,, ::1 .
of the:larges.Varehousea,ererconitrncted' G I YES.', .44 March Villa. ,March 'Villa .

In .ibis dr,' Is that, ,now :
under,wijr'hf"the terminal dock yard >Are- prepared to eorders ,diteDepartment '218 Thirteenth Std I' ;1 17 9th SUOX '
;,1' in the
,aid for nee by'the 'Eo" Railway, 0 J,, = OPPOSITE ROYAL P LARK_ 'BlSOiYNE BAY

>.4 t In the'extenslon4: ,rhn1ng' supplies' This'and]building, material will.for be Millinery i l l i : ,De rtment.:,' I Open October 15th|;'; s Open" D eD1st

,; 2M feet long by 60 feet:In;width anJone.story.Wjrh. -- HOTELSERVICEDistilled '

.. thonih.wlti, ,' very high Designer"of'.. the latest l &lfatTie.1iata :' I .
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: i ee mng.; It;,wlll be| built .of, heavy 'in silk dark stra 'light ; water for Drinking, MRS.'W. E. MARCH Pro"The
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1' u s weight mat< al s \ -
framing maferlat' throushout and gren -' I ',If, t,
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: many I "
sufflcleut- strength 'to cans

hundred ,tone of,machinery,and other 1 i : LadiesTailoring

'hea y;jnaierlal; torte, lithe" building. 'I

..' cf'the extension.. l .-. ,For,btreet; tailor"and, e rung costumes-. Itutherford{
l""\ I i:I 'waist_ : gown coats ,.
.. rents ii r" F- I '223 9th a
We. y taxet and J -- '" Street.
awry property' nonresidents, -1 I r 232Twelfth'S. Stn Miami' ; I 1 > fr

are'retponilble.! .Beck,, WOaoa' Aj L- J ,I' .
R Hnddleston.; I I JLI. :J If I I .-. -r--ui r NowOpen for ,Boarders_ >
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h. MRS.,V. A. RUTHERFORD .
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The rush I'*over and bile you- have THE[ ( AUTIERy

fl the time,' drop In'and rake a look at I I ..-" [ ..' "
our fine line of Wool i*. Don forget I
Cer.4n. C sad math Stra.t

1 z. ; ; tbi5} 'ROU d. (Wlettj? moo : J(b>>JOHN e place.! 8EWELL L:BRO Light and'alry'Rooms.t'<' Polite! prompt'. .Service.

.' .: Headquarter. for sm irt Tailoring #f" Mrs.: T.:N. F aster. Pro
: 3S t Twelfth street, 1 llscayne: Block .
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anb: 'hY I Nia k's Oyster & lions

i I < .'aDo J .3app" Qtes 2 ;"'" .t .; 1 I. Chop :

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-:.". :. ':'I': ;:' .1," ::., ... I. .. .1';. i'iV>;,.. Miami Steam j I' Sea Food Our: Specialty
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hfrals' ienred at all hours. 41ft 12th Street .Miami, Flo
Laundry
; ,. all! you.cann .to. .make'evcryboqy' happy Chris: f s. It h.your\ ., r '

duty. ,and if you do all 1 :you can,for:the happiness o fl thers, it will.be-" -...... ,I.I ... '
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.,'the,happiest*.Christmas! ,you ever,spent.. 'Jr-y+.It._ .< stock of,toys Makes a Sp cialty oft tr r Corner. Tenu' B' ail nth ,Strut.G.A.MULLCR.&SON. .

per I dolls f 'and:useful holiday presents< 'i is.very-complete.' f.r- invite you toy THE -, .

Pr*meta. .
:..come: and''see theni. The J prices' are so; reason that you'need' ,' l' Clear ing .l"" 0 "

"" not forget' any loved, one,,or friends: :We' ,have-a big't kk of fireworks'' ."' Dyemg .
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t. ''I rosy : ,eiDell. &I tie>rear at 2.50per lay agd 11p '
lbs j .pedal. t.._t to CIeII
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U1U'U zooscs aratrta
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the :Racket Store Laundry received In the mor- I Fall ..161. Ml.sl; flrYti;

1ngi' 11I1 be. eliyered the ,
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I same evening. A trial orderwill
t,'_ u make .
,you a permanent j .

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THE DAILY 1 IIIITKOPOUI "THURSDAY. DEOZMLR'2, -1 ? .. 't"f.- -.... FAOC tcvra ,

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Begin the New Year 111'' eO 0o0" 0 0 t woman 4 ;
THE CLAM'S NECK
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""" did you -
by visiting they e oncei t .Blackberries .Bcott ..-. ... ca..ew+Mice ot na.. t
.;:>! < and ran : organ ee ta. ........
I > ForSupperb ." f'Persons who bare :'seen- soft sad
sigh and ,Clams aa they lay to a pawls the kttea- P
and 10c Auditorium, Friday Eve., ||ec. 29, 05 J. can go preparatory to being cooked scarce
.. uwgI got to recognise them to their natural state. ;,qt
For State Educational Association by IX I- or bust of us who hare sees dams knew
"L' b > :where ; they bare "'IIecu.IoN Ig.
Store
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t Variety Mra. Franklin Coleman Bush,....!....:....: .I.. ....VioU iat teeth." of the purpose and character1-
- Miss Julia Taliaferro. .......:..... .... ...'......Vocal Aunt 35dyTylor, I Aunt :. of this attachment. Aa they Ho
: .Thybiadle Tin, Wooden and Gra- '. Mr. Franklin Coleman Bush...,.......... ... ]..I'....Pianist react of,R1ruD barnyard ( the ground they are far from betsg
y wan, Towels, Hats Rats,'Blank- Mr*. Eugene B.. Romfb. .. .... ............ .. ..Accompanistof Taylor, had come oa from Iowa to lire- presently, mouthed. la fact. they are.... .' ,
with her brother and his family for the to be uen'wtth'the IUD $ &
: of the e"
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aad. Comfort Their C and 10
, OF THE f rest of"her Ufa!] ,..She! bad sold an tier much put one end''projecte'the 'a.c>t"
,counters are fun"of useful artlovfor earthly '1Da7' three times
poeeewioos lithe west for a words .. as long aa
. ." .tie kitchen aad.dining room. Miami ConservatoryAdmission Music thousand? dollars m cash, and a lew when she shell when fully extended. Thai
handle'' notion. of'aQ klnis. days after her ktrlral she had tnr ted bush :at case the "neck. la stretched
makes one -wonder bow ouch
of thrift a
this money orer to her brother James, '
dollar. Seats reservi free can be contracted Into sack a 'y
one
at Biscayne "We're
with the remark '
OfiDSOD[ & JompKJus Drug Company on and after'Wednesda December a/th. "Xow, James! :this II all yours,|put 1 these banks bIa shell space after and the bow."neck"much remains has beea la

: .Grand Steinway piano from ware nitm of Bush & Saf $200. That taOO) Is for Clara' when jibstits for .....* .*This Is the astonlshl&g char
marrM. It's for her to make' I' : of the soft shelled cues... '
ford Co. authorized itatives for said
No. : Piano 110rida.repr : Stein &
1017 Arc IX .
wedding tower one that mak..1t.Im unrecognisable
|en. When I was Carried She .k
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sea lOta and MUi Street; Miami way & Sons, New York III, i I wanted to make a wedding,tPW- to strip off so many people. One of.the daa,.
.n .I [ Instance is three Inches loaf. 'His
er to Niagara falls, bat Hiram''bs4tOtbut : bush to [
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I |IS to go oo. Ire alwsyi said fbat' deeper ; when extended to possibly eight "
nine inches long and as large around
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If one of my nieces erer got'man led enough : a man's Mm finger.
she aboald ace Niagara jfsfls'lf. ibe torn to the As every one knows, the clam whea
iBank had to wear ODe petticoat for the i ezt the. ,last Its native. haunts Is to be toed sr-
'ort Dallas National : eve years.- "*"' "') caught found'a 'Inches below the surface oC':tao
Clara wu the daughter of the brother & ..;Ise has to be dug up when dJo- ="
gare a by the little.sparta of water
: and his wife, and she already hi d a
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i boo .He was la young man from the .1r&f.,01I bonnet on i f disturbed.the clam' beneath .throws, ay w

nearest Tillage,': and after seeing.lilm the, feet; [ This "neck",connects the daa.9ft
two or three times Aunt Jndy'eak: to man's ; food supply la the water abere. T;
: the girl: [ : Instant she the "neck :
t > Ganital'JOOOQt( f / > are parallel tubes
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., ; Clara, that fever of yours woPneTerset > 8o it's one tube the dam sacks la a
the river afire but there's nothing terl" of water.: From the water ho
mesa about him. Hell -.t a'j} | m f ;.had whatever nourishment iay>
prortde nod
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Sur us.$3 500' table and here'plenty of wooa itbade the at first and tIleD expels ,the water ; ;
: : prostrate the other tube. i?
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doar. and be
that wW
guess net bushes and One may wonder bow the daaa gets
I .as well as If be was swelling aro md "Well. She sand or mud. At dIe .........
and tolling what a great man be vt*. yourself $ the "neck" may bo eeoa aa ap-
( ; I'm Judging him by his nose. When a sulky ...'resembling a,turtles tan It.baps .
you see a man:wIth .his nose "I-I and called a foot. IttewlJathai
Assets over Half a Million Do jrs i up In the middle you can set plied' that be digs his way.downward,

Y __ '..- .. ., > U' ._ : for a good tempered man.? ht let"I was Free Frees.ORIGINAL .
:, The brother put the money you get f
at the viItage'bat after a little Aunt: Ton must QRETNA GREEN.
Judy began to! worry about'Itwss She Bight till
aaqnred that the bank: wasj asher I I told _rcA .. &.re.a W-SII.ti .....5.
1905.
the Close of Business. November thi .
Statement at turn
oat to
:, sound ss the hilla but she shook Rave tie' sca.e 'I'Ie& '
bead and replied: i lie and say > recent writer on the departed gin, ;
condensed 'from Report() to, Comptroller oft" rrency + .-. "I donno.James_I donna. OfcouVse, and"If ... '!' 'of the original Gretna Green Ii'
am ,
: it's your money now, but I'm sorry I I bas this to say of the"priest** ,
.* t didnt see the banker: before you gsre "Waal, did the marrying for the harryfag; yr
: *. Resources It to him. I think: 111 hare you drire tbat'70U } : persons.who. came to:them
,. .. II ;I me to town some day, so that I can]'get IT lug across the English border: Tao
a look at him."3 gethelp. ( who took the trade of
;- Loans and discounts.................... ..0. .....;. ..,;. $3,3.44c4OPerdrafta $ "But Scott's ]bank Things \ up Batry-
< ,0 has been here for bad often been prerlously ongaarJ a
._...."................;..... .... .....-.w...... 3,44459 twenty; yean"'persisted the broth r: of Scott's some other occupation. Some wet' ti r
U.; s. Bonds account Circulation........ ..;,. ... .. .:.... 5Z
i .Other Bonds owned; ...... ......... ...... ...!... ,,:.. :. 50 00 they caught a pad stealing pump!:t err in state I were border Idlers and poecbera.

Banking Honse...,-....o..?...;.. ., ... ...... 0,........... 50X 00 who'd Bred I an honest life for sxty ever Long : : these hut It Is possible that a
years. wcuUs't like to see you lose may' at some time bays
Available A your money, and If anything happdncd she started to Joining liawfo indeed et hoer-
.Gash Assets t to Clara's f200 I'd hare a fit Sbe's happy II no one of the calling ever rssto
got to mak. a brldnl tower to Niagara and the la the marriage: Hue.
u. S. Bonds owned............(............. ..$19,000.00 falls or I won't see her married., !ks return.. I Joseph Paisley, wbo tint made tU t
Q ,Due frOm U.. S, Treasurer.T..i! ... ... 2,600.00 { have...told me ,that more water Ff kissed and trade 1ium. Is deeertbed aa I{ti
Due from,b nk....;........... ............'... 92.112.52 : over the falls \In a day'than | n stood off' I better than a drunken free ;:

Cash .oa, hand...;_..*....... ........... .. .;..... 31,873.83) $14, :I X35 I a a mill roar dam going for on a Just week like and: half that a there's docen me how' an atsel'r f .: "On But one he.was'occasion equal his to'ouilm this In'

Total resources.$864. 98 | balk t I1ertD' in tha fiJatance.. I.Want barrels \ required simultaneously! by two
I : o' !I' to get a look: at that banker.' I can!tell waste &, both In a desperate harry, sad
lot
of mad
( Liabilities I In a minute whether he's tnot.A or the ceremony It was dleeorered
I I I Id ? : ] and small : by a trifling'mistake. the wrens
at 'emt
Capital paid in....::........t.>;...................;..;.. $100Obd00 the Tillage few days and later, errand she was driven to Teren : and bridegrooms bad beoa i trait-::
: an mad. to)'the '
r Surplus and profita......... ....... ..... ................ 5.3t60 bmak- C. I yon 10. sort weU:yersela.: said?:*Paisley coaUateaTy.

'., Circulation.'.........'...;;...-...............:; ..:......-..,.... .52,000,00" rJames." Aunt Judy said white fbey was that a you :Eventually 'the "Gretna pi testa ..-. :
:'t< l Bin payable- .........:....... ....... ............ ....... ? 65,0q00V were driving home, "do yon know put Tail mo an so numerous: com pet It In* ,,'sae.
.- ..... ....:.......................... 3424438 a woman a manf,bcnta j forty times as mndias : thing. .'.that they waited oa tho : g
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Total liabilities......,.;..;.,..............;".;;....._..r.. $564,83498CoepoTeUrc "I hadnt heard of It." was. the reply."Waal of them obtained a reputetioa fir
{l ;- ,. bear of'it &
you now. bat
,L I itstefflcat t of[deposits sbOlt1 iicrease Ii linslaessr ) banker halnt aa honest man,It wont .Taet" ett : ,earning nor were,' bat they died able to la nUN--om.'
be a year before tern bust up sad case said
; NOTemb 27th;1903.......... ;.....;;;.;;,;-...;:;......... ,,5155, 21 lean you all to the lurch. i who : usual price for celebrating a sera-;

,". November 1Oth..1904;.....;....;...........-.:........:... '2S4rtt,77 ;t. 'Poobl, Poobi Vr. Scott hasconfldenee the wtth "poor was couple'got half a crown off(3SH for NW Mspssen but .

'NOT- uib r"9th41905.. ....;...., .......-.: .0. '; .;.. .;,,:..:.. 342,4n38 I dont worryorer of hundreds; "my of-money people !md any habit The of J1IcI f i : a ton Jt'ewa.WANQKANQ poorer. ,couple. for 2K i iChicago pests.,

a 'e more than- as If It was burled In the -
eeCar< You mustn't get neb nodoneInto pretty loud '
i your bead." |" "Now. la CEREMONIES..: _
"Iff so noon James. Out la Iowa tor took
we had three different hired stolen wood the Ckla_ AltvmH nisi This
m.4) on
the farm who DeM..J' Evil ........ -
turned
out to be thieves, Judge
and each of, them looked like that than be Recently the Chinese resident of tko
banker. I.never In the world would .""How Settlemente bad a great ......-'
buy a thing of a tin peddler until I/[had when one caned "wangkang." to, get rid of ''
,. looked at his eyes. There's something stick aa Urge accumulation of nil .
or io m them I always can tell I with" that "The ,.S a writer to the Chicago) 1(....
money of Clara' was out of his hands." rose' .. .of this sort are held ;by
.' "Come now, Judy; don't be iOly. Fd Tour Chinese about once la flfteea,....
trust llr. Scott the same as my nrn ately. how plan Is to construct a richly; deco
brother. his wood Junk nil It with dainty eatables
t "All right: We'D", no about .Is aa much .". Ore animals. Incense and other
e t s ft.. Only. If Clara Is disappointed to egg is like things and them to take It
seeing Niagara falls I sbant be I the The the city with mote and appro
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same woman I was.. They say that great start: singing and great ;pomp p.e-
W'jf-i -", j when you stand and look at all that "' ,.
T water pouring over the chills p up tOlD'back quit the p This causes the erU spirits 10'come
and you dont feel knee high to a dashed to see what Is going.. Eebold-
grasshopper lent there any to before the the splendid Junk: and its fare con.
catch that water in rain war DC! leaned they crowd Inside. Demoa* of + '
.,; store It up agin a drought ( you win are especially-sought fer.and. '
"Might be." replied the brother i men. I & +
't '. bad a very hazy opinion of things : Ooo of After the Junk: baa beoa aafldeattr
fbca
: tide his own township. Journal. so that It to duck fan of *e-; ;
i5: ; :HOMES OP FORT'DALLAS NATIONALpBANK' II' .At Intervals of every two weeks It Is burned and'the suit apfatla
: fug Ute next eight months Aunt Judy rIab. Formerly the Junk was. set '
,| .. 'We. invite. the public's attention. fo. 'the'above-report: confle1lf.d.lrom sworn came. back to the subject of- theer Deak-> Scribe (to oa the ocean but soatlMS at


,,'statement_ to Comotrollerjof' Currency,'which shows .ourfJ.lt 1'VJ jtion.Our was, and treated her as worry:a notion'nerer.eeuecl.r to acter say from that : .stranded great on suffering some island.. tho or tehab-other. 4

$;; growth, deposits. is shown by the above .comparative (menl-a, gain en eeriously.In ," then what : thus exposed to the tt"*:* o
due time Clan's beau popped!the marooned spirits, 80 new De$st''
Ol one hundred thousand each .' the past tllrte'llean. .fyoth statements (uses gig ;;
year for question and was accepted and the{day Professor boned at the close of ouch eeasa.y:
-': Fort'Dallas National'. anl, .selected by the: United] States as a'deWe. -. set and Aunt Judy wu so busy sewing some the sort
that there were times when she almost Chinese to the Ttetetty of ..r.' 2
of aon1.
:'positary of public moneys, is growing (:strength, andjtipularity : forgot her fears. It lacked bat TtUam ho spent about f lO.XX) to. gsttts* tat

*i:'S.: Our-'cuiip1lUlIaJl, it is' pleasure. to 'do business with :ui .have am : the two brother weeks of drove the to marriage the Tillage flay on when an tallow and'. their demons this fill

, pit clpja1Io-all requirements within-'ttejM of:::legitimate tanttng.\ .Wecon'Show'thatthe errand. Iii came back looking.white character aeconat ........;

::.duct a Sating. *:Department :and pay 5 per centihterest\creditcd, \ {w2 compoundedguarterly. aa a dead man; Aunt Judy who was characters. '011. George. I dvnt fhtak DId ago
>;< z the first to sos bless-gars. him,!a Jong" ....Scribe ] )' razor of yours itnomrfi lo. 8IIJ'-.
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....; .' Waal, dlds'ti ten you sot"Scott's that I cant not dear V ,
t. I'. but'b&I"butted. be groaned wont take .. I tried to tea ft today aad
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M he sat down.' I ble hand a't do anything with It.- '
!Of course It bas:: I knew It would. of the, : were you trying to 4o wit! ,
,,: .. ,How much yon lost!" who has to .'. '
':;' :. ,jJ( :.J. ,-"About $T00."'. d' Tidonaty: 1 was- only trying to aharpoa a ..- -
'; W : And aim'. $200) Is gone DOt stick at 'and wonldnt rot a bD.-Mll-
.. Only two,weeks before she which It Sentinel
,. out on her bridal tower. and hoish b exertion to r

.. .. 0,. ... ." going to see Niagara falls r"I r to be a let .up a ..... ';
Q. 't feel like : must be of the
Cashier hanging myselfr groaned capable : of one brightest
Ho/;" the brother i .j Whose is beet Informed men to town. '
-"', -'Sowfn beep of often-- ntm"' .- daTyou think soT*. _
tome of you,may beliere what -old to fact, ITS I.understand he Is rte'
: aa lattingfoct.omen"-Da11a.2ts'lrs't'

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PAGE EIGHT ... i THE MIAMI'METROPOLIS THURSDAY."DKuH "!i r 1t6S.'r j--' w, .. ..:.....:, .-. ,

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peal 'and ,Gynaecological? 1]Association I tl+aaao
UNCLE SAM :
which will meet at the Midland Hotel 'FlL

i. LOStS MR: HYDE today Among and'those tomorrow1.present arc I many of B'LEGAL.0 0 0 0 0 0 PAPERS 0 D1'

20 Per Cent. Reduction ) the most distinguished surgeons and : .
I gynaecologists of the weal A highly Deed. F.:E., C.' Railway Co to i iif.

t Interesting program for the contention Hampton for $100 ten acres tnj

I* MAN OF EQUITABLE FAME WITH hat been prepared and among those doD '12. tp.. U..south rang*)

I ;SERVANTS AND| MANY VALUABLES who wlU real paper mj deliver addressee Deed. Chaa. F.: Moore and
B ON ALL SAILS AWAY TODAY FOR on various' subjects are Dr. J. XT. F. Comer .for 1000. lot fvl
SHORES OF FRANCE I TO MAKE B. Mnrphy, Chicago; Dr. XH. Mayo 13, Miami! -,:"j
[tHIS FUTURE HONE THERE Rochester, Ulna.; Dr. H- C. Crewel Warranty deed. ,Fort Dallas .
Kansas City; Drt-Jabea ,ackson. Dr. Co-to James Prttchard for$115. lotblock !

Winter :New York. December' I 18.-Amon C. Letter Hall_ant manytothers.lull 28. )flamL. .,;
Weight who sailed the .teamen ,"- '
the passengers on beat '"", Quit claim deed Wattle, H.
1 r trrr Touraine from this port were } 'cake, \hat can be to Elisabeth P. Rogers for ft:'

James H. Hyde, of Equitable fame made at Se1bold' Bakery. other eonslderatlona, undivided.
i* aDd number of old family aenranta, elghteentha Interest' ta LUG
all bound for Fran J. which country A failure at practicing la often eon land lying in extreme northwest>
)fro Intend to make hla fntnre trued u a can to 10'preaching.
.. HIde nee of Dade county F
'".' home. Assignment, of. mortgage
Ii : .'!?:,.,::1: I Stowed la th hold of the ship Broaaler wants to list jew properly .
Th9'JJfr I .,'.,t away ? Picking'and.Preserving Conj .
are hundreds of boxes and crates the Tint National Bank of MlamV,..:',
": containing the magnificent collection The beat -biographies ire those on Mortgage 'deed. .T.J.. 9ft
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!I two feet, 1 '
j-.f' of art treasurers! furniture, hanfrnga.etc. l Bank of Bay Biscayne for $U'

': 1". ., which bad. heretofore .furnished. 4 block 7lamL--. ;
,..:;.,,. and adorned the fatally I reaUence on Ltttl courtesies are jthe ;wayside Satisfaction of mortgage, .:'
'r.J'" :!!4.>,.. Eut Fortieth itreeJL Althoujli Mr. flowers of life.BROSSIER County'Security.Co. .*to EdwarJo'.
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.,. Hide kept his Intention, of removing to tales et wx.
..' t meana REAL ESTATE.
:.'t 0'f.1.Jt France strictly aecret. It baa esusedtint .

.' little nrpriie] Recent events, t
1-Ji parUcnlarlr the ,Equitable Insurance BILL FOR DIVORCE ,
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..( ) .1"..,'..jjj",".';"", Jompany,muddle and following InreaUxatkm .1
r had sorely grounded ha! aelfnapect .
f t, la th. Circuit Court of ta* Seventh Judicial
; : land
: the notorietywhich
and vanity
.. I s,",,<,- Circuit of Florida.! Im and for
(' had hla connect
he gained by
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:' 4 9, ; ,. ion with the Insurance investigation Lava Ads
I ; ,C. Sanders, Coaplalaaat Ta.
\ Jf"t Jarred upon his de late aenaibOttlei William H.Sanders Defendant.-Bffl ,
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: .-!!: to inch an extent that he no longer for D& orce.' j" '
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.: ; k" felt comfortable mid hla old anrronndlngi. :
.:,., '; ; To WUHam H. Zanders.'defendant U
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'_.A-<,.,.':.:,..i'' .r. \ ( I ._.,,.L. i..u_ Naturally he turned to the country It appearing tram the afldavix orLam
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\\;:w' 'r K. Sanders, complainant ta the
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.-"-Jt. : his earliest boyhood, perhaps arencountry. above entitled that an aonresident'of
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..".:.' ,,, 'I' ".,{;fj;:, Hyde bas severed his connection with and that your whereabouts'residence
"i COW"y.. 5"I I I "Ii', .'',I fiC'}''''' '.' nearly an the Industrial and com and pottofflee address art to complatn- .,

Ii. I : :; : : nerclal enterprises In which he was ant unknown J I ... 'T.;..'
i : ; :);' Interested and It ia believed by ha! Therefore made 'u.Ij'! pursuant t. to ,;'$-
,. '\ ."., '( frienda that he will not return to this (he laws of.the State of Florida, It la The object -
'-', /" Country, except for la short Tl It hereby' ordered thatyon arc hereby 1.to.aeU onds.Yoarnd*

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!, AND against JOG appear] ... OB the Then why mot spendaa'3much ;
PHYSICISTS MEETIn first Monday la February the same adverUsinr-aa-u:j
: one cl irk would cost?Pews]
I being the 6th day thereof A. D. HOC,
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merchants do ,this
but/(,
New York Whiujseclety! of ScienceGathera aDd a rule Jay thereof j jIt those'who do are reaping
I In New Orleans la further ordered that this orderbe a-golden harvest: Now r
published in the UlaaU Metropolis, you wouldn't want a *to :;
,I New York December I !Contrary a newspaper published! in the city of venly disreputable look:X
to: all precedents thi Astronomical and flam!. Dad. County Rorlda, once lug clerk-,in your atorr*
Why have'slovenly.dlsra-
Astro, -Pbyntal Society I oh America each week for eight! consecutive weeks potable,ads? Let me do:,
Now is the time and mOrle opened Its annual session here today It U farther ordered{that copy of your advertising for-dne.J
to to
: buy sa> )
I f your { fcyweaiher: Hall Columbia Unirerrt. !thIs order be' pOsted]at the CourtHouse month and ace the d1ffer'eucc. -.
ty, regardless of't ie fact that the door In the County of(Dade. I write-ads that pay, ,,
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American Society for the Advancement Done and ordered pursuant to law .. ..;'I-.
of Science'< e!' not meet here. at Miami, Florida Dad County this
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.F1 i but In New OrlE'8Dirlere! Its sessions 27th day of November At D. 1905.A. .
I win begin tomoror. K. DEARBORN. I B. P. Do'aBox'27J
Like a dozeD or rjore of other scten- Clerk t Cl cult 'Court.
Iflc organizations the Astronomical (Ct. Ct. Seal By J.'L. Phertgo. D. r

: and Astrophyg'ral! Society has Informer G. A. \Vbrley, c.j .i

LeBonon1: years':' held fts annual meetings Solicitor: for Cozp'ilaant 1

tn-the l8"mcity an 1,at the same time '. / "y iI ,-*
with the antwial me'tlnfrt of the Society .. aji. the difttribatinjr areS
; oliho. Advancem >nt of Science. The PRCST-O-LITE; >.s.'

t+octety will remain In session two gas tank, and'cam a"full 1

days Vrofessor S mon .Newcomb. of ,of automobile tires,':ch '
THE PLACE TO BUY ;XVashlngton. D. C, irho has been president L 5- and anodriea complete<
; : : ,canizinj: plant. Car for,,Ml
of the societ since It jhIv4
was
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about .' hat declined .
founded : year sago Danlaf Blook.Nlaml '
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n,re-electlM and a new president A aa.N: Han .\eel&. Labor)'. '
will have to be chosen.
House ,
FurnishingsThe Tomorrow evening, the members will. t
be the guests of Mrs. Henry,Draper at
2' -, H, a reception !given' I'theIr honor.at her. t
: residence on Mali ion\Avenue. I
Largest Stock in .
COLLEGE MrN' ARE TO. .
1 '. If the ,: DISCUSS FO,OTBAl1LRFORMAnd Nothing Nicer Thane
ityio',select'' rom.
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:: -: Reforming BraUliry In Game i iI ,

j I '. a P etty SIiper'fOr
New York. December 28.-Representatives :
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A Gift.
Comforts from .. . _. . $1.OYito $3.25 the Murray Hill T otel this afternooc
to consider the football question and

} White{ ,Qui.lts- from : .-. .: '. .71j'to? : '$4.50 discuss the game any angteitlons so as to remove for reformIng eom!; ,I. ', .. ,.

of the brutal features which hare mad'' .
Blankets}; cotton from.,, :. :>. ..$l.oq'JQ 1.75 : the game objectionable to a large number

.: of people. : We ha them for in
e everybody many
$3:5K
Blanket: wool, from . .. : to $8.50,. Yale will not b< represented
styles and colors. See our bdies' Turkish '
: conference: having taken a decide I -

Lace Curtains from ,.: ". :," fltoJ6.50 stand against any attempt to abolish Boddoir slippers, perfect: dress s. :>
: ; 01* even change the I present style of We also have a large lot of neckwear '
playing. It la considered probable thata
special committee will be appointed for met? and boys at 250 and 500. the

to work out new ,rules for governing equal of which we believe, is .not tin
: intercollegiate football .In 'the town.t t! In fact have (
linens : games we many: good_
;a Table towels 'and draperies future. t things specially suitable Christmas
It 't'Dot believed that the game of .'
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football wfll be aboUsfced. but that the gifts our REGULAR. LINE.

all. '-qualities, and- :. at the' 'low t t..p' rioos. ',.j:;.. rules to will the be Individual so modified player that the will danger be- I Tides

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IN CONVENTION

Missouri Sawbones. Gathered. In !I' Always! glad to show,jou
Annual
Burdine & > ;0 Session at Kanaaa City 1' I ,1

'QuajterrnanY .
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Kansas one City hundred Moj.. December'and ODe hundred 2S--Between : I Miami Shoe Co; '

and flfty'anrgeona and gynaecologists '

\ Proprietors of LE' ,TON; TON; JOO-392! Twelfth, Street, Miami!. I of river the are states aaaembled V tt of her the to Mississippi attend the I 'I" i

Y "It annual convention of the Western Sur- I
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tCOND-SECTION. ." (IIi I ,MIAMI, FLADECEMBER [28. 1905 l i; t ,PACES 9'to 12 '

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'U'all1tY'Taken into Consideration: -h' .' [is the cheapest place in Preseuts '

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,The Empire ana princess effect are ribbon haTe as beautiful hose as those their ,
are putting hats before
on
ther eyer. For cold in
wear on a day a
.R NEW Y.ORK FASHION also responsible?for the beautiful- hosiery seen. I the, shops' do up their hair. :Ton first pat up the toque. or turban shape, nothing can be.
footwear
and ] for when e7mast eeeThus .
i back rolls of hair:and set "the WIll more appropriate and they are generA
be lifted because of their fullness, equipped from the "skin-gar- ; '
of,twists: .and cnrres" on fis ,support ail I7 becoming,
.;: -- they most be lifted! on an Bidet, and men" outward My Lady Is ready for then yon take your;:side locks which i j: a_; {

._few: :?York; ,Dee:.Jv-The 'crass for sure that It Is firmly attached to'your of course,,there f.'must be harmony. In I 1 the' newest thine in underskirts' mabe you puff sag ur land twist.to M out l 'beautiful' ,hat,of chlnchnia. and
corsets.: for there Is nothing more the dressing ofhe feet; then the abort I of leather,a little thicker and strong. the spaces left bare by the turned lea decorated '
prlices.effect, .. .Is_on. the Increase np i with.:plak roses 'was
,/f the whole of undergarments I laughable than the sight of wobby hippads. .- eels of the walking suit demand the i er'than glove 'leather, which clone hat brim, and fasten an together.with very pleasingly combined la a' toque
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range '
utmost care $lie manner of. shoes closely to the figure. To Wa'atilt '
many Jewelled hat.plna THe mminer Another
1 shape. hat had ermine
1 16%,revolutionized' Its aa
popetr.The
eeeA and IuI t$0 the shoe msuafsc- may be attached different flounce: of did'not saj how would manias
we at brown 'with
;"kin tarmear'u''it Is I .. and lace brim, the hollow
tum .hat I forward with new silk to match the'Jifferent wornLath. ; '
,Is. salt of silk and 'certain amount of care must be gowns the theatre." This Is a story.that only and earns A1Je4 In'with violets ,and arues.
almost styles'nothing((1te: which; has best upper pUt 1I11J wear a very goes to Show bow important ft Is that > '
S i wool,' as thin u gamert I given to a corset: to prolong Its useful The :crowns hare little trimming -
seen, perhaps"Empire" ice,,the days of the long Urn these
adjustable flounce
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the hair dnseat'forthe hatThat unsightly indeed ,
Tery warm., Next to this Is worn seas, It should be unlaced every time many haTe nothing tat
i sew corset which is'cat purposely It Is taken off.. Two lacings should be 1 ".I: whichmay be removed' Indefinitely area I place where'' the bandeau 11" bank:, 'of gold or silver braid.knotted
_ thi,. prlncess dress.:. 'Wbmen who used one from'the corset-holes at,the ," great eonTonlenoe and economy And necessary to"clft th'correct UH-to In front- But If this braid Is used be
.'. the'ame corsets,from, year to bottom up-i to ,the -corset waist,'and Shoes are eveglembroidered, that U now we which are ready for the outermeta gas- the season's 1't118-b usually hidden- prepared -to" regamlsh shortly u It a,
those wlthf the' seem to be growing more by masses of flowers and feather tarnished
make'a great mistake. The first 1 another from the top to the waist line worn visiting town very Quickly and especially
r to be'considered Is'comfort, that I First' hook:the corset from'the*hot and spots the cola of lbS salt matt ei.traniant.boOi'fa numbers,mater-' after.exposure to dampaesa.Our .
tale and trlmmb '
I,the-corset most fit you not yon.the i torn hook up,-pat the hand Inside the be 'worn, with the; 1 moraine drew....' ,Anear The an black hat Is agile popular. I tt" e.
t; sad,then the new styles each! corset b4 draw np'the rOn Yof ,flesh shoe to be lrbrn with a grey walking ,1! f Some:very lovely'creations are' seen i :' grandmothers liked the old-:
r require. ft change la bund.' Every i towards'the diaphragm.,'Now fasten ;;dnsa'was* J jjately. made In grey A'rr clone: Idea ,was a gown trimmed with little tips twisted to resembled I fashioned Tarlatan.for dancing frocks
,.. this seasonyishould possesscorsets : the garters-there should be'four two cloth, of the same material as the which;was a combination of the princess great pompons which'staid' sad.today It Is being retired for the
'. ,.one for'her tailor made In I ont'and one* on*each side, to keep erea'With grey hels. But patent leathr and suspender effect A beautiful straight up on the: turbans and toques. same purpose. Of course this mesas
:i-and the other for,,wear with her' the corset and stockings In good shape. Is perhaps th4Stost; fashionably.wit" brocaded cloth was used In Its eon.struction. Hair ornaments were none so"elaborate a]very good quality of un 'gowns* Take ft long breath and.tighten'the;: cone vatlve women.' Pointed toes .The' long line curved gracefully u4'It1lUJq and;indeed,at the quantities of lace for ruffles. 'The outside
.'I'b' new, corset of this season de-! lower laces, after another fall breath are I'noy'! .,longer from but Instead"a over the Upland a broad panel theatre It would seem to' become u of these gowns are not. reaDy so
_ ". ;i'a higher" but line than that of fasten the upper laces ;which F-should slightly rounded tW, Many Louis Xthell cut IA a 'point at the, top fan from I much a nuisance as the theatre hat : very; 'expensive; but wlea'J'OII hare
it.season and ft, m nei waist'added.straight \ be no tighter than your greatest breath j I are seen I FOr slippers beautiful the bust line to the feet. Suspenders Itself. Real and artificial flowers that. gathered together your silk linings,''
tile', :front This 'does not expansion. Many women like elastic brocades embroIdered In cold and sll- of the goods embroidered in gold and defy detection j "ele.1l'OR1 of velvet, your lace, muffles,-your ribb 'and the
-:tight'1adD&,but'proper adjust- lacings which give to every'movement I I retire, shown I tithe shoe.shops. sllrer' pass 'orer the shoulders. ;A worn usually IA-pain, and an sorts other! small items which cost so'much
Nand.pbysial exercise. A stoat of the body and thus avoid any crampIns. dainty chiffon waist Is worn with this of twists of velvet are much Been late without yon"can do'10ur own sewing,. w
:needs'._straight 'front, side: Some of the new'.corsets fasten' I Stockton'. are'I. dally growing more skirt The gown was carried out |a ly and, liked. the adding.of a 4r ..m&k.'. bill will '
:on the bias and the hack lines In,the front leaving a long perfectly. elaborate and [beautiful. Openwork the different tones'of.bronze'cretn '1.j. t bring' ..the cost up'to, a:high',figure. ,
tid[carve oat over the hips.. The: fitted back;which gives a very youth- patterns,* lace. I upsets! embroideries, which color Is. to I be very fashlonsb e Many whose. faces csn stand It like The lace- "and spangled'nets are also
eel woman 'must t be, fitted by tai shape to.the'" mr. Above. the ribbons-and Insertions, In every conceivable It U said. | i> the garland effects which look'as liked for dancing gowns but are much
_ ,her corset, adjusted. to.' a good! omt.Is" rom a new triple garment device |re used as decorations see though copied from some old Greek' more appropriate for older women .
and then being properly pad- a': unloa-of'.corset'- cover, .l'skirt anddrawers. Wonderful aref the prices paid for Do you remember,the time when because modeL More diamonds bare been seen I Catherine Mann-Payuat- ,
Lout. The.thln, ; woman 'needs a j .: To' stoat women' this gar these filmy, foot] coverings but the of tight sleeves we put on op i lately at the theatre than for many, I t.
t. t\shape with a butt supporter ment will be a boon u It reduces the clever needle w '1 with lace frills; slight bustle: size! by eOlniaW with aQ superfluous I silk'' stockings m. !'a quarter of,the gone-to another 1 extreme. According} I fur hat being passed but In the shops The' Metropolis' advertising .columns.

..worn !lo-1lPpad, ; ,but"prey t>e material., ...'.. price 'and with dew hits of lace and to the\m111Jnertbere are women who ,yon .will find about as many In fur as They win .tell you. -,

,: 'IF YOU, HAVE TINWARE ON HAND
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ttiat'needs: repairing Just let as.know

t \ r'' and we. will mend. It,.for you *,

WE REPAIR TIN BOILERS.
arid Pierce Bicyclesare
t 11' .J' as'';,well u any'other kind,of,tin a*
TAN1 .tides so they last u long as ft true .
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Perfection;/at Last] ,1 ? =is more,laving 'and wean longer thai Holers" '
'j s this'new '1'eIM1.l IA'thrifty, housewifelooks "High 61 the \ first ,quality." It is '
ALWAYS READY,, ALWAYS: : KEEN.. I !
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a, wen to her tlnlag repair
-..ii ;Simply Lather and Shave. t -g k r .'.11 always' satisfied; without : with pleasure that we> sell l you.ither.. '

THERE IS NOTHING'TO'AD,1tiST., .. co'RNlca nrt.1' !
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ULTUKAWATCn :,NOTHING TO LEARN' IS t I YOU may. have; n'ea:' -that
The wonderful feature of this razor Is the .
jam Twelve blades (twenty-four sharp I' either will fail -- _
flint, : } you
edges paper as BABD as
TOn y' aaanddr'v .. .as whal bone. ,,go with '
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each set. EACH ThJI14cm'e Parlors
BLADKis good for| : Billiard .
from 'Tusjirr : Huqsonqyc1eCo.
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1!!.' ..-- SBAT&a., --i< i.1309.A VENU .'/I ii OONT'fORGET',THE:.NUMBER. 1012,AVENUE: :'D

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7He4ir.se' II '0 BILLIARD'AND FIVE POOL TABLES
Mudd r Sr. N 3THIXG BUT, 'DRINKS .SERVED.

,,3>; ; lde i't Lf 1- ," L. Money to oOil H OUS h old .Fnrnitnre

Qgtn .f{Tobacco,kept in stout 'r umI.Florid .


tic,. : 1. !II 4 .. Without removing it from: the house ,in t

sums of J 5.00 and up. Can be paid back in

P{' For Sale sly'ne Dade I b(). Title Insurance sums of $1,00' a week:, Business strictlyconfidential

.Drug. CompanyrM Write. us and solicitor will' callCITY .,

: aft' : Trust j 1 1 .
Company :

+ -. .. MIAMI FLORIDA INCORPORATED t ,j
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; Meyers & Robinson !
i OPPOSITE /POSrOffICf.
Paid Up .Ca tai l $75.OOO.Surplus, $12,000Insures -

ntracting Eieciricians. "L '.. 1 I ,
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.... ,ltnd, titles, prepares abstracts of titles,loans and AModelBttthrootU
invests honey on its own account and for others. Acts as :
,., 1.919..Av.e. 'D Miami.,:;Florida agent, 4tt>mey-i .fact, trustee' assignee executor- '

"' < .. .cciYCt"'fi (fttardian.. Address &lJ'C01IUDlUlicatiou'tot, ,.t -. .
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I la the moat essential feature
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t a .it i. .necessary comfort


't' 'Bur.nharn.Specialist WjCur. 's Sons !, _.- I 'the put sanitary'system to;money any' home.in perfecting,Bettet th r&l.l:1lIriI1Z' _,


the health as3 R
lI comfort of iamlly
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I II ; xey'west. FloridaHEADQUARTERS 1'1 t than spending it for tacfnrnlshinfs. '
try FOR' '
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-;i ,,sufferer:with; .Chronic' or:Blood Dbeases. All Ship Chandlery:',, Building Famous Recycle

",. Diseases and Derangements'most successfully l treated Materials', Of All Kinds. : : )
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: :{ Also. Rectal and Gienito. Urinary Diseases, -

,. .;,.! in iri iaK aperoed=-. iV.c= ,,- Coal and Iccf'Seam toariae Railway, Macnioe ; i
; T.awMUMU4im." U47< >i't .. 'Ul 81aoP'POiJ M. u. MCDONALD;

;. AU Boiler ,,
Stairs w ; iMetropolis,8uilding kinds ot re innj. .and Steam .Fittiny can -
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It seemed'be'must give :;a putt of 1" HOW BIRDS SOAR.. :ra. .,
a.I '
.I fresh air 'struck his, nostril,j and -"", .'
with one! but effort be dragged .' Kit .. the An *f
para
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From HeavenBy from beneath the Infolding cloth j (....... -po,
"In the summer of 1872 1 was fldtr'
kI %'hen':consciousness cam again she
I o J wa chafing his hand in ben while the Ing on the Warm Springs. reservation};
I tears streamed down her face. is he ta eastern Oregon,". says a write =
No Question 2 I RUTH MORRIS 'The residences of the government employees ,
Longer a opened jils eyes she gave a 11tt1+ err .
o I anI!. leaning forward,lightly., brushed were In'a deep valley bet* ,...-

5.Copyright, two br K. A. Whiuh .d i b bis cheek, I I table lands throngh'which ,the
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0.OO.0.O.O.OO.O.OO.O.Oi "1 was afraid:." she said a tremUloc coarse had cut deep canyvns dim
ed of these Ublw, the
I In np on one ><
catch her voice "that you bad Ii-
"An, from heA\'eorl! of which In most
angel repeatedjack was places perpen2KMIer.
;. baled too much gas. I-I was about to
Elder."Well, mother) I gums leave you to seek assistance. jj dlcnlar for ten'twenty and more feet',-

when an" angel from beaulen drop. "I ami! all right now." be answered and as I stood there in a strong breeze'blowing

(own this way HI think of getting feebly; Then after a 'minute, "IIoi: against the. face of the aIope'a
Material
: : ;,,; i;: as to what Building ,,-): : ( did happen small ha..k.cam. gilding long eight T
:( ,, ,..' r. marital. ; Until then I am jrerj- well yon to be In that cart! t
,' r ; or ten feet above the edge and follow
:;:rc' '" I ,:: Content as I am." >II "Thert were three.of na" she ar.
.M 1; "L.I of the and he
the edge
'1J<' ''.,' l .t'is Concrete Stone lie snatched up his hat and whlitllnff swered-f-1001. the professor and mj' Ing course kept
use 1 I until he littte than rod:
.. ._: r.o- j lr.h"1or -: hi on was more a <
: < : to dog strode across the fiekl self. I bad always longed to take a away from met lie seemed to be mak-
._ ', whlie IiUjmotber stood In the doorway balloon !trip, and this seemed inch a '
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'..' :. ,, /:: '. .......... I lug no effort except a little balancing
." ,, ', and witched splendid chance. s
..'., <.1 .4. "_" f. .'' V.1 ..r him until the wools swallowed !- j and turning in'order to steer himself':
'r>- ,1J iid '" him up. The professor was jut helping!Toe
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: : The seemed to tae."leery
:1. ; : ; explanation ,.
,I:, ., '! Then abe turned with a sigh and entered Into the car when somehow the
rope
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.... simple. Just there at the'edge there't;
!\I"l" '1't' ,!,"1i".11'-, .I'I' : :- BUT.. tJ''t', ;, theJLoun{ *. An Inveterate matchmaker. parted. land I, was carried up lone.. '.
." was a strong sharply ascending current .
', iZ- )-":: ; ,, I I If was one of the sorrows of Then the'ga. began to give out.'and I which enabled him to 'use wind:

,>: t '>?,(. ': I i :;: Mrs. Elder's life that her handnom! thought; I should fall Into the lafc;. and gravity against each other. .,.';

,.,. : I ,i. young son had withstood the persuasions But It's all right now, Isn't Itr "In the autumn of that year I'went;

;."' ." I ..-l.', .'".. of jkll the girls of his (acquaintance. "Ye*.** be answered, with a wn to Fuchan. China, -and there I found'
";'! ,1' I Dt had even assisted per In the smile. We'Il.telegraph Mr. Blpley and .of
I' the city frequented by a sped }
;/ The question is, where to get the best concrete, stone a' lowest ':i L plan whereby she deputized' for Cu- send you borne In the morning. Our: largo bird which we call :a. kite., ,1t *
pUl. but, perhaps. It Seas this' familial borne is Just'beyond here ; : seems to be halt hawk.half bu ard. -
..; "cost The plant that meets the requirements would hat be un- ; Ity with I her methods which enable; mother {(will be most happy .9mr! In Its build'and' habits. Its flight laj

der the management of a man who had learned the hundred and : him to escape so easily from the snare come you.' heavy and .awkward. Its wing being:
the set for him. j "Ton ,idld not CO to the shore this for Its !
pectoral.muscle.and
too big
'.:; one little,details of concrete making, who employed orl i |ithe best I Had hej:shown an Interest la I II any one< summer.: "she said quickly their tip are not pointed Ilk a bawk'-:

materials honestly proportioned and to compete In prices th p output. .,I the would' tare felt some hope but not "No,"rhe answered ,"I could not CO but broad and square aeroBnt It.
oue of the girls she knew bad beet with the memory-of last year." t* a"" master of the 'art .of '.oaring:; ,

.of the plant would ha e to be greater than Its compe tors, We able to arouse other than his friendly "Wu i jit so'unpleasant.". thenR'alx she There are In Fnchau two hm*,..bldL.

x have been.making artificial stone since. the Industry wal in Its infancy Interest #nd she was In despair. asked gently. "Mr. Elder, fv always tie square acre the path of the aftsrvJ,.
i ,;' Had site Men his face a* he strode wondered why you left us so suddenly noon' sea breeze. Here toward..the.i

: ; thoroughly. understand the strength of o_ u.rll, materials.We through the brush she would bate been Could It' be that anything I sald'gavi close of a braes, autumn afternoon a"';

the best Portland cement and beach saqa.1 j We Invite surprised for It was white and' drawn oIfeDH: t' doaen or:a- score of these kite 'Witt'
use Lehigh and his teeth were clenched. Her face burned red as she asked the resort' and ban agenuinecoasting.. : .:i

inspection as to proportions We :had choice off I core of It wu bard for him to face'hi'' notfe question, but she met'his can amDebth lam. r -G=;

"I persuasions ,with a Jest| when al .' "The. hillsides are quite steep, and,jf
.,machines! when we bought our new machinery,.and our capacity, '; the while(hIa whole soul was bound ujtn "No."iwas the. quiet- answer',It wainothingfthat course there result a strong sharp.,

Is "double-: that 'of: any competitor: as we have two ri chines. : a woman to' whom he could not offer you said.' Somehow 'Igained upward current at the top. 'Th kites,.,

al* JO-e.1| [ an Idea that yon were Toni Rlj>. com to the top and starting from th. +

t It happened on one of his trip to the ley's slater and that be was brtngmi ddy.In the to. of.tae.top. glide oat'O
.T shore. He bad formed toe of a yachtIng his wife aboard.with ban. :Wben:we Into the nprashmg current wings ka>.y1
j' I' party, and then be bad met Clan landed' to take him OlIo t3.arpSrners waving np and down and bead and 1 tall?,

Rlpler. For a'time It bad seemed to told me!that Mr*. Rlpley was already tuning ud't..tltlDe.t1D..tbe17an; ta'; ,'

bin. tha .there was .the woman, tot on board and that Tom was with nil the heart of the upward current and; -
:Rose 't oncrete: Compa g whom 'be bad been destined: and ......." f' "" ( then they turn broadside to It and ar*.,

: through tbe long rammer evening be Sto' broke' Into a merry peal of laughter borne upward and backward aevettty "u

lad sat by her side and wondered bow I "That was my --.Grace,?,she five or a hundred feet, Then they.de-J*"J

'' It was that to some men Itwas: permitted explained.. Too' ,wife am aboard aeead..pla Into the eddy and again
; Foot Ave.. D; West;.Side toj bare a foretaste of beaven. while yon were at the postofflce."1 .. steer themselves out Into the nprushing ,"',

"II Then Tom Rtpley bad Joined the party "Then'yon an his 1lItar. after aflr current Throughout It an then ts veryj j

and for the first time be bad tam be cried;; suddenly aittinc up. I little flapping of.the wing*."-Chicago. V .

I H ed that'ibe 'was married.-. The blow "And lthat was your reason n she New. 1.t.
bad been too much for him and feign- asked softly. Tbe question was'commonplace '

---" I tog Illness, be bad left the yacht. and ; but the man read all to ERRORS IN ILLUSTRATION.- ''II r',

_, u, I II come home heartbroken. wanted ,to know .to the ton in,which ; .
Bw lastly n., Ar 1U4 U 8urf'-
That bid been a year,ago. but the It wa asked. j .t ...I'i,
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_I r Young I D|Ag 'tSe11 DogsIII' wound was still fresh, and i on those Mrs. Elder. I watching the sun set 'Perfection'of 'detaU.aa1d: the eartoonlst. :

$ Piarmacy long stroll through the woods be could cross the fields,"saw then coming; toward 1.* very rare In the making of '

still feel jber presence, could ,smell the her. j pictures whether they be painted on-;.
IXCORPOKATED BUt salt air above the fragrance of the "Mother," cried Jack Jubilantly."this canvas by the great master or draws'In ;

f- | I can give;you a pine And his mother had, declared la !the angel direct from heaven line by men who Illustrate the dafly 3Dewipapen.

i that Lewis a confirmed bachelor who and we pre going to be married Just as .. It.ls the general,.ffeet *"

would not marry an angel from heaven soon a* Ire can, arrange matter."} that.tells. There ar-fewnewspaper,.

,A Drug Store for The .PeopleThat's RSointeronyoi were she suddenly to appear tad make j pictures-and 'don't except my i even-: .
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declaration of her lore. .IaIa. ;I ]Xala _._?_ In which yon can't pick some flaw from.?

lie thought bitterly of bls[ mother's In tbej! early{day of Aagastaf}Me. the standpoint of realism., .. :

has' { hopes, .uti. tears dimmed hi* eyes ube when the people rode about the countryon ''In the hurried effort of'the ....... .'
our motto! and it been the means of adding hundreds i LECTRICAL-,Work realized bow Impossible it was to horseback! ,\ a certain aristocratic paper-artist who counts,the minutes a.

of new,customers to' our list.Ve sell only the purest i grant Lecher bra it's desire. > Judge; riding into town one day op his by the clock. there may be some excuse/'"
He made his down tai) the lake mart horse, was overtaken by a neighbor -
C. way For this bat when we see a man <
t drugs.; AH prescriptions are filled by registered' p arma- t BROWNElectrJlil where tb re was a little clearing. He a poorly dressed Irishman riding lug'a turkey left handed on the eoof "

;cists.Ve' also,'carry the finest sodas and ice,cream-in the city {Contractor. 10to ye on the soft grassj! and lookup a rather!roach looking animal j a magazine we must agree i
1P 4i 1113 Ave. CaN at they white clouds traversing the In the! outskirts of the city the] two artist bas either been careless or eli

''' *, 2 Doors'North of Postdffice summer sky while he pictured+ to himi Jogged j loa, side hI'aide, discussing baa employed a left handed model W''J

i elf bow(different life would be with the topic's' of the day but as they Cleared pose for him. and the.latter. solution la.!i;
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: T Clara by bis side to face the ,,"orld. the town the proud Judge thinking scarcely probable.. -
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YoUttgs (
Pres. !
W. ;
," I So foil [of his thought way -lie that i It beneath hIa.dignity to 1 be- seen In "A fiftherasn ,landing trout'OA.a J w

( : :be did nU notice bl* do;'.]agitation company with Patrick requested the light rod with never a .finger on'the p,

until with a sharp bark be dashed toward Irishmajt to fall back a little, i eel 1* quite'a common mistake among-5'

the"water's edge The quick witted son of Erin grasping magazine Illustration and In the matter *

: With a] cry be sprang to| his feet the situation fell back a few pace. : of costumes of various period the -

Ii Over the; surface,of the water came and awaited, hla opportunity for re nustrator are'"oetun.r lacking m In-
Pharmacyl
Dade bounding"a huge bulk from which depended venge. IA formation. "

aj,swaying mass of black and they were entering the principal "To Illustrate how apt w* :are' to. ...
; irhlte., NIt struck the water; new It street the Irishman called: out from be- mate mistake,".continued the cartoon;.,

809 Avenue D. rose In the air only to fall back again hind: "Jedge __ am I far enough behind let "..Teral'.n ago I drew a figure'::1

brit : ike soma; wounded bird. yer bonorrThe t presenting Cubs.: emaciated atarrV:
candidate for it i* just that we'atate
Aa Jour patronage
a new discomfited
Judge;
'D remembered that sitting very
tn Jack
flash :
1'be"
a
ti lag a thing of akin and tones
our"claim.. Our stock IS new and the purest and best
erect, paid no heed to the Irishman.
] then walk to bare been a balloon attention Igar* was half asked; and I.triad I tti ;;.
that can.buy Oar aervice l1'be equal to the best.
., money A little further on Patrick again.'calld
; I across the lake that afternoon, bring out all the horrible detalla-thV cc;;
'f tak'e in .. l'i' aDd'be knew 'that this most be > out to the Intense amusement of tbe
We live ia the boifdin and will pleasure It. shrunken limbs the gaunt face, the;; -
supplying your demands at all.hours, day or night though be wa at a loss to understand bystanders -le p -.,- am t. far tbs protruding trough the skin and,,
jll(Noted..: Cetde.in enough behind honor now;slrFSo.
why a feminine figure should be clinging yer
t, above an the hollow cavity where the T;
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all the !jpIahed
along Patrick -
to the : way
8O9 Avenue DI rope
Reasonable. stomach should have been. A'
Prices rrs.4.i'
the
lyan meat that supply the Herald.
PI1 we shore proud Jndge-Boston
Jnst ast; be neared the the car
t of mine, a doctor, took me to'task:
.. .'" to oar customer The range steers lipped again, and aa It rose' a rope about 'It.. 'Persons who are starving to {,
)
that a1 i(owed to shift for them. brushed (past Jack's ,shoulder. In- A ..... BUa. f dtb.' h* said -may. be.abD0nnaJJ7'.madattd -
.. lUflctlvely be grasped It. and with a "Four en cent for each of these,"
selves .
nntil the/ reach the:atociMdj In every other part of the},
wrench that nearly tore his bold be said!,banding the saleswoman-:' two
very
( .. :..tIl.!!.:.......c-- ::.......,.....fIi;,!!! C"'.....E'g4 fUda then jet corn for a, fLays loose be eras'Jerked Into the air., Fora rravsts be had MIected.rbat'. 23; IS body In except the advanced the stomach stage Th la i. paDd"t"ed. abdomen ;
,.JP. I!' -' 'a tt pot what. we; want nor moment be clang din with excitement for this and 14 for this. Thar Just 50 :'
.f. giving .the victim a grotesqn aparance. :,.
v ou customer want.. and the shock; and then with a cents In! all. And he placedJ I half .'
To substantiate this state-,
rending sound the balloon swept downward dollar on the connter. t
Miami Sporting Goods Store Prime and Elder wa dragged through The girl took the cravats be bad sected meat he showed me some photograph'
taken In India during a famine and IWI
1tt Meats the branches of,the trees the twigs entered the purchase on a!;slip '
_ forced to admit that he wa* tight"
I ratting his 'face'and handS, though which she footed np at CO cents} and
-rhlladelpbla Record.
\Ai' '. ux wh'inesa we offer. Their tender- they did not \loosen their grip upon tbe tent them away. Boon they came back 'f:
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\Ai% TackIEastman ',1,, |mess aDd, fine flavor are ropaThere, j Was trapped ready for the purchaser Retook W.... 1m Teal**. ..
f 5} .Fishing' (yui i )appreciated.; ) another upward/ bound, them/ but did not In Venice, says the, Ladles'- Realm.,
highly and as they rose Jack, regaining\ his "I knew I could do tt'he said. *Just the of the lower classes 'tf'
l women accept
Kodaks.. Kodak.. ,Sundries.ti a in.x wits began to climb'the fOp, drawing count It up'.alD-tbree for 14 cents tributes to their toentyfrom perfect.
himself up band over band as they neb and for 18." r
one
j
\ B.Doanc tnngers as a matter of course. ItV :
iH 'Nassau; Shells and Yacht-Supplies. ,jj; t ., Prop.irhat rose In tha air. He bad almost reached The girl counted and found the| total considered not only proper bnt'poUt ""i ,
: the they struck i the tree Scents
car [when was 60 tnstptJ: at 00. Then be cia.
to compliment a passing maiden
in cluding.fendepolish-er \b again, and be bad to endure the on
Ali now ranted to give her II) cents more' and ":
harm of her beautiful
eyes or com
freight of the car as It crushed him off with the bnt It took
goods
& to For:! >Iexlrn. It oDe tread the skirt ot't
.- R ed,brass fittings; launch ,vi/ MO'EYJO LOAN gainst the branches and lef him well than 10 tents' worth of hla time arl!|weD a pretty woman one baa on only to say .t
ilgh breathless.: Still be clang to the u of everybody else concerned: before *
'
w Pardon, beautiful to receive the
whistles land ;'sidehgths,. i rope with grim persistence, and as thecar the matter could be straightened Out girl. .
\ most dazzling smile and bow bl return:
nee once more clutched the wickerwork "The lesson ,was quite aa expensive '
.shipl c1ock etc etc. :etc 'jjUi } of the edge and felt hand under for the awkwardness. ,At cafes frinented *- ;
: ,, a for me a* for yon. be said to the girl '
:
\Ai" ; his shoulder assisting him I over the when be finally left with his cravata/- by the people it U the cntoa J
.. \i ode I Philadelphia Eecord. j jj fM waiters to say nwhen placing a ,
..a For a 1) moment be lay breaOle chair for one of the women. "Tak this ',.
tl/ I '
while the balloon made another dive seat. beautiful blond. or. "Sit.her
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tUe
A fIn raea.
G E; WORTHINGTON | and then|with a start be realized that j lovely brunette,'* as,the case may: to. .pA
\ (Onntt limoEnsyPayments Loud Byron's letters be ten* howLs
) _orLong his companion was Clara Brpley.On .: '
bad from "a
I one aJTlstt: Mr.jCool- w._. Ie"' ... '.
"'" glance Into her face as abis bent .,
4 :W} Red Cross' I Idle of Boston, a very pretty lad!only :women disguised a have often
j 305 12th Street, 2 doorS West of Phar'cy.w' inxkwsly! over him assured him of her somewhat too full of poetry and en- men t.;..
served a soUIen. The .
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1 love. and the knowledge of; this fact following
E i E: E: stimulated Us'faculties. Tbe balloon nsymnsy/ Byron' says: "I was very crlptioa la on a tombstone tile ,
dill to him during his few hours stay ling't'
nib town of Brighton ."In
.. :. 's ..:. rat diving again, but at each rise the :
and talked with him much of
I Jmq.wbote
eeoveryjwas less buoyant.! and now : boeto Ha* el.born ITU. died, 1521.,
writings are my delight But I aged 108 years.She served for


y Has .Stood The. Test- '25Years Ua aj __I cGo.; and they rees.a scarcely*. Just they beyond tank'cleared the was the balloon' the tope clearing with of the a aspect to meet me a.j,to from misanthropical did hla not having take quit gentleman expected eo much In to parts years'onteaoy of'a*,Europe a lighting;:"private and, bravely soldier at the; In battle she many many reo'of: -4"<,;''


; lurda'eettltcl to earth, covering them
rolftkln breeches and answering ,m alved
a the
bayonet wound in
beneath ?pta huge bulk. In way a.ree monosyllable tnetaad of
;'GrOle'SITastelessChiI 111 Some a)man arm.- _
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tile valve bad become .(
rap [/Intaqledd'la of this world. I can never get' people ,

( ;:au '-, t-. arm u be feQ.1ato the to ,understand-that poetry' to the ei- Although not yet- "perfected.. the Id. ,'_

aeusralOntractor 1 ar. ands tile gas was reship rat of tcsslon of excited pardon and t Oat oraaa .telephone bids fair' vastly to...-

Tonic the aec5; of the,tube, and ,adding to there bas neb thing as a Bf e of; passion xtend the field Of' aefnlaa of,tto';c,

-. 1 U = heir dle omfoet, j any more than a continuous earthquake lone distance telephone by rendering: 'f"'
... ::: wish aj desperate energy, be worked or aa eternal fever. BesUee. audible Ttbntion toe faint to aetntU *.
50 wen.'DrIlled. sld.watk Ida way *rr die aide of the car drag who wo U ever' abaft ttoaseltse fanet.
cests. at disk f "
: h.erdlaary receiver,ee.r
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Road tcuc.tratttr: stag Lie ) t wsa.rkv a stater; eves the :--
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.j .t -" a. !A I T-0 OLI1 THURSDAY DCCIMKR. INt '.' 1 .- ;.:

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; 0e0e0e0e0e, .f' Oeo..- <)e(]I ptetty>aaie.!! ,Aad-HUd i you! .say that --'.--
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RITTY ,BROTHERSMachine ine la Interested In some one here* '-

'Atthd" :'L r": I trying desperately to speak with ha, >"

\ il i Amb>&s ador's' I I ded.personal' .K idea. Harris nod-I! Miami Business Directory

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LLa Shop I Tea, she responded quietly. "I beU..e -
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[ Reception he-he asked hereto marry' him i
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I once. But she
$ refused him. not know
'A ents.f the New.Era Gas 'Engines.::Gasolene By A.'f!, AVICS OGDEN p.I Ing bow ranch jabe cared tnd-a4td The outoi Town Buyer and that within
e. IU then be went away. She did not knew list below the addresses the city will find In the
rand kerosene .engine repairing a SPECIALTY Cepyriabtl; r EIIPD8 PuceUa where to write, yon see. He had I classified heads of Miami. Merchants under ?
nar
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o.o.o.o,o.p o.O.O.O.OeO.O tbr'rsa.p; reference.E. pf
: reled with his .
; tither. and 10"f.....
General l Repair Work Young Leightoa] went listlessly op She stopped fir Leighton. uttering a L BRADY A CO.
the steps of th|JMbbaasy. It bad been tow had her I '
cry caught fingers In hla. BURDINE
;508 SEVENTH. STREET i J IIAsIIFLORI D A an extremely .b tl July day even for "You knew." be managed brokenly.. NFuerd Grocer, Hay Grata A QUARTERMAN .,

Paris and Lelgrijtdb felt tired and dlsIrlted "YOD'b.W'-all1/1e time"I .1l'pei' Fertilizer Dealer la Dry Goods. Notion ;

But alj feood Americans mu For answer Miss Harris thrust j a Fresh Fruiu and'Vegetables and Ladles'

Southern M' rble-& Stone Co. go to their amt aeidot's' reception Bold hand Into her pocket and produced a nth StreeVcor. Are B. Miami, Fla Furnlihlngt' .
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: **, there "at ,t IIIrL Yet I..eICbtoD'* letter. This sh< opened at a certain 300-102 12th St. 1rJamI. '1 RS

'. STREET : Ii tep did not qSvlcteu at the thought page and without a word passed It I to "
JACKSONVILLE >
+ S. HOCAN J. t
UUMMUS
;;.,'- Headquarters for .His pace. If anything, slackened. She the young ma Brighton's Are th J. B."8CRXVEN.Dealer ,
ras 'a nice gljlpj >n, yes-and'prettynd tightened tot gt sp. 1 I I Gro\ie I
Dealer
i Stone Marble etc. rich. Nevertiii} 1 less- Marie, oh,' M trie If you meet him Jn | I1..et. Grain. ,In Dross. Patent Medicine ,
g Building aid
The rooms to'crowded with the send him back to mer he read. The Hal FerUftter*. *. Toilet Articles. 8tatk*rs

usual mob of AjQ? leans, traveling and I words blurred $y the mist that dimmed 335 12th Street Miami. Fla. SIOI' Avenue D. :.Miami fit "
; MOSAIC I WORK
I AND TILE
) .
resident mingled i mong a few French his gaze tlanced wildly before
people. Lelghtii matching Idly for a him. Bulb, littjie Rnth! Outside the I ""- j YOUNG PHARMACY

FORZFLOORS., BATH ROOMS. :MAN fELS. ETC.Moauneats moment caught Jg pbt of Mlw Harris window a splendid' American flag trailed 'j I CAMPBELL '" 1214 Arenue D. tdbtoil; ....

General. Cemetery Wale, etc. edged across ti t drawing room and I lazily In the alnt breeze and with 'tf Goods Clothln Drugs, Toilet
I worked bis w4 4,I her. At hit sogetlon a sudden great cart throb Lelghton's Gents'I _
I &r. Articles
I rrwt Work Uauce Ue4 Faculties" lies FnclllW. prompt Service. : of the 'eafi- ervatory she looked spirit leaped tc answer the call [of Furnishings. \ Perfumeries, stationery
'
> j
keenly: at him ''I'tttl seemed to hesitate. home. Yes be would go borne bee 811 Avenue D. | 1UamJ. F!'. etc. Presorlp'uoaa }.-
I Then Bile smllcxjjjf; ') would take the lace In the bank. He carefully compounded.-. ;

:""11,. it tulgttt.b i cooler." she assent would work ski force, success., And ARMSTRONG GROCERY CO. "'
ed.'SYou knox$!jbi way?" he would tell d,d-dear old dad-that BECK WILSON A, HUDOLESTON

[Chase Oo Chasellaruey But once awajr ftorn the crowd tin ldfeu be a plain. everyday American cltl- Fun line of staple, tad fancy I' Real EitaVanJ Xnnrue .
& the luxuriant Speff of the palms ,,' was good enough for him. And groceries, Bolt 1.X,
U4 S
a little rippllnk'&dntain lent a note of then perhaps' some day- Ills face fresh meata, reliables, poultry me.New f ,
freshness to toij pleated atmosphere airly glorlfled by its new radiance; be ,1 20 11 Twelfth street Miami, i_; .r'

SUCCESSORS ,TO young Lelgbtot| fell silent As the girl turned to the girl beside him. | Prout Bld'fl' ,
HUi V Avenue THE RED ..CRO
D a
chatted oil "How. PHARMACYDealers
FireFRUIT gayly apparently nnheedfnl good you have been\ be ex I "
; ,GHiSE&HiRNET.Iac, of his qu1etud'l Lelghton studied her claimed' aMeIItl "Bow can I ever THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. ta Dross. Uedldaee.
carefully. She] wia slight' and trim, thank you? I ]Ishall start at'on. Toilet ..A.rtIelI'reecr1ptSou
;' AND j. Accident and perfect In detall;tjointhe tiny Patent There Is a steamer leaving Cherbourg Dealer In 'Groceries, Hay and carefully ,eompomnJL Ban''

VEGETABLE leather ties to jtlfehuge'rase| crowned to morrow. An4-tand It yon set Ruth"- [Grain. ..
.cdera'ipromptq
"t attended to.
:: PACKERS A ( bat tilted so becomingly pn the wavy faltering., 1 Cor. ATS. D and ctJa St. lntmlltla.
,. TornadoInsurance; hair.. ,Yes, ahe jjtfai undeniably attractive. "'"I Ph.lltell her that she will see pth St, Cor. AT*. c.'iCud., ttB'Fm

; Cash Dealers_ta I 'Tet'once!more Lelghton sighed. ta New York promised the girt
Perhaps It was*.this eight of so many "Ooodby; then," as their hands met;!ln

Grate -' of hla country! people. together but undoubtedly a farewell.clasp "Goodby., And-I am MulHkln {
'DeBerry
Leighton waa conscious of glad. <$ fr
a vague,nostalgia} Would:be ever eee But as he "watched the tan flgure i j ,
,Material : -, America again\t i,1" cross the wide 1oom.' the bond look f i JoIANUFACTVURS OF "
..: FIDELITYJBONDSOLDEST.'AGENGY; Be wu a tap|, clean cut young fellow now quite gone from face and bearing,
s ;PWtII u4 Wuehouer' with pleasant hasel ,eyes, but the girl's smile faded'a sudden wit ROUGH: AND
=
.JRas'saDPINE
fnlness shadowed her .
round :.his'month ;dad 4eepene4.lIDN west t". ,
Etst fid 1l1mIlUl. Dock., ., INiHIAMl. t : .
which betrayed j ftat' existence ,was while her Bps quivered. : b
proving none too>Und.: Five years ago "And-and I thought that be natty( '
be, had arrived] at, the Beaux Art carsd-for me.,) she grieved. "Ah" LUMBER.:
,', eager> bopefni;5 ambitious.::) Be '' hadworked with a sodden.expectancy. he gomg
bard, ia(had straggledttentty pa- to turn Not Will be not era ware '
FOR FIRST : yet somehpw soccess ala'DOt agoodbyr j {! ({Writ for prices. TZotd ready to fill orders.

\'CLASS HorseShoeing seem ,to'comej'taM now a' terrible But Lelghton j was abeady beaded Miami office 32312th Street. '$ '
: :
doubt was beginning to torment .the for the steamship office. "'! I A, Perry, Ages'

AND DISEASED HOOFS'SEE young fellow. {Bad he mistaken hla I MILL AT GO' AN. f 0. PlltKINK OADE COUNTY
? I FLORIDAe
vocation, f 11 A ...."....... ......i I .rm

L. F.. LaFbiitfsee! ::7,0:87tht: ; been i From averse the beginning to these artistic fib father bad! Visiting Strat ord- DoA on recently, ,,,

projetta. writes a correspondent.! I met with the -
"There la a place or yon.tn the bank
following which
legend,
may or may
whenever Iou ? OOM to come' home nand ot be based one! fact.. It.was told |tome SEABOARDAir
take !t." Jhefhad said, "but no !
W. Maynardi dy by a man whoso father had Ilred
money of mlnejahal' go for foolishness ninety years, 'having bad the story
'' and Frenchmen JToung Lelghton.'at banded down from
''(cprOFessions' '. ORADUATBrOPTlCIAN first too confident!! dream of failure ther. who had fired fib 104 great-grandfa',.earL The I Line Railway ;
With Maynard a Son Jeweler and later too pHuh! to admit the fact, story was u follows: At the grammar ;

ATOM H xt ta POM OOctT had fought along |trivlng to the bef school at 8tra1tord- -Avoq which FO'
of his a W1. fHqw could he give up I
Shakespeare ,
attended a dog named ,
.W. BACIIUBPlaaliSpecICotttoi and go borne ;And: then. Just a month '
FktJer'
9 ratt wu a gtst favorite with the Savannah. Columbia Camden
ago he had met M tea Harris. Southern Pines
.A.RC ... =; r boys. Bat In the coarse of time the ,
r.oss-de' rwm4i; I. and Made She was .to p1zg awlille'Ia, Paris dog grew so old and decrepit that the Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore

ORNEYS AT LAW for. Building of All' Kind Detail., Fine living with of the a rtoluation fii'h| old aunt of being and herself possessed head master whi was a clergyman or- PhiIadelphio.lNew York. ;;
Besidenees a peoialtyvOrrtct dered his clerk t( bang the.dog. t Two Elegant Trains
emits. reds extremely wealthy. Daily.
pnettMia all SIM*tad kuaOIUMfof Apparently she Upon this
known In the
t. eiunlotaiud p.fitaLRtds. 1315, Arisu* D. had at once Ulieti fancy to Lelghton. school one of betipmlog the boys chalked on ob Seaboard Express j Seaboard Malt .
*. ) She asked him Jtall The day after i
of the outer office doors the?
following Modem
..o.-oall7..4 ;- .' f NUttl. Fie.T. ., WALTER C..DEUAKMOAyoHlteot. be had left a card it the Rita came an lines .J-f-a : ffj'- II Pullinaii Equipment. ,
_
Invitation for flip: err and henceforth I
:_ SIASOS.. ; D.; :, : : nearly every dijf' taw the young people Now Hs can that no poorsdln lonwr\bark has grown so old 'I ONX.o 1 I ,

) 'x, together on!some pretext or other. He Is cond emoe4 br tb. i .
Ikea Dew panoa I
',_jA3rce..wH14Ui*tuna IItrM&nanBMr.corMrlv Roth, "Bnildinf Miami i FU Leighton! let bUotlf! .drift He liked To b hoot byj tlw e 1r.'lbe opvatlajdiilT( ; tluooilt sleepers Iron, Jiclsoiillli to lei Orleans

." C hTheChapmanNous er. liked her Immensely.. To'her very head'mastn- seeing these Once' 1! (
'<{jam. 'yL011JDA.J. finger tips the tfrj ,"U sensitively alive demanded that the boy who had written !

e to the beautiful!her perceptions were them should, old up hla hand, and For full information aad: sleeper reierraboni t
call
M. JACEJOH,,a.,, ,P.W. CHAPMAN.'Prop?' delicate and fine/her pets caltin fed William Shakespeare did so. The othboye !' Seaboard,or write on any agent.of tk
o' ttaus trw pr ..,. 'BiweUI by tke'we k' Leighton realised any her charm and er were j dismissed! and Itt I .
......, ...orFm:, G..W an awed to_forta ors a.o.a. Lo> yet he: still' hesitated_to put the decisive Shakespeare U they thought to hare'
calM n _Ilea KMth e( P\m Back: a tk* cHer '' 0. MCDONNELL saw
question voice
broke suddenly a good "wbaetl But Instead acksomille
BIBCATMC BLOCK,Arx.O. mat Kut Gout dual mmougaa4 tH pt..PIIIe&ekIa 't c. of FU
: ..of BoatMnl'lod across his; ls7'erb: this the head master ran him S ahfl-: I' _
XXAJO bs '
; riAlBIDA.KW.M. &oM tLsgrA.g OoeDelray..ktlalq. "Ton are not listening at all" she ''F I
and
', Flortda remonttrated Ungs promised him that FldJer |. Cf BOYLSTON Jr, Pass Mi
.
,
,, WILLIAMS .T gayly.|yet.with a certainstrained aboald die. a natural 4eatb.-LoDdoD
'. note below her mirth,' whichLelghton ('hroIIlcl.. :

j!Attorney..- At .; Law AW'lraham: m' hls Abstraction :mbeed. I : i .
"Why that wool fatberlns! tendency to- lUkart (.. BlUat 1
'
; Contractor'and BadlderSatiafa days :Letghto4} ghed, A good' story iii told by the writer of
e'{,,Offlo eter Bdk Bay t Bscaykled. tlOll "I was thlnkUig bow like a rose yon some -BecoOeetlone of Bane Uakarf Contractors J p'x topertyVvners()
looked
Oaaruteect.Let..ttua against J'allj"I this green la that the',dlsflngotahed nenaeee peJnter. AND

., M.. Bobbins _jtmr work..sm< eanye.... pretty Harris pint frowned froC he answered lllta whoa remarkable plctnre "Charlea ,:V.
*y. tmcm fwml h4. 8n4 postal ad I /little: Entering Antwerp In Trtumph" obtained .
"' will call umt M* r.Merritt&Ko.b.a 110&.14,XlaaU1I. ,"I d4 not H ''don't
q Tltusvm..FIa. rose care rot compUments! .ahe the loaf prlae at the Parts Intematlonal you want tcwe SAVE MONEY

.)rney and Counselor uttered dryly. f Pfay let me tell yon eihlMtlon of 1878. j can't: help you lf'Ou do.come to ",
\ again that I anvtleavlng Pint tomorrow.
IC: .| At'Law.. "' i| |. Makart was even more taciturn star t
.. J Von Moltke and had a passion
1 fnctict hi sO Casa. 8taM as< FtteaJ Red, Estate. Rentals i etc. ,-why"r"Leaving Paris| rj echoed Lelghtoo. chess. An Englishman who desired to The: 'J. A. McDonald Go.
-
Ctse-'MMeaed" get on friendly terms with the artist .
"We go to Lueeru for awhfle4" stated was told that the best '
M. HUDSON to do i
[ way 10
RED. Are. C. near 12th St.. Miami. Fix Miss Harris.' "It la far '
'1;' --.- .-- .. In Paris now" ;|| j too warm would be to play chess with him at 1 'And Buy Your Building Material
the cafe to which he
resorted .
nlgbtiy.
: .Attorney at Law : "Lncerner! rejjated ; I ,
; Lelghton i
gam
'-1... Expert TfjpewriterRepairing rather blankly f pt r could,never afford Watching fib opportunity, the Englishman Long Leaf Yellow :Pine '
wn1e.J.Building-j MiamU: FloraT ; to follow Her } when Makart's opponent rose, : and Cypress
It
there be were go l '
lHto slipped Into his chair.,, 1
: to ask her It m 'tbe'[ done *
now The painter slfned to him to kinds
;w. B.RUSH. play' of all
t
mouth
tightened.I
per girl, whose eyes and the game began and went,oa,, with .
::A' .W. c. PRESTON had scrutinized Co]{ ,face with a certain !I t
: no other sound than the of '
Bee- BS-mh.,$$street ptb ,:'Pbooe Sirt3. 304.9th Std" \, .i. O. Box 311 could eager j tensity' ,, interposed. before' he pieces. At last the Englishman moving fbe'. \Ve also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cement Sash Doors

8LfglAlti speak. the winning more and exclaimed: I Mouldings, and whatever' ,eke: a builder, requires:: ; ,
'I ;
ktt .FI am going!; Lucerne to Join a "Mater \ "
EmiL;A. Ehmnn'Arohited friend,? she began\ !rapidly as though Makart I at lowest possible figure.
Cp rose In disgust and stalked
: ._ ? then treed something which must,be oat. sayingjmgrfly to a friend who I I' You Know Where We Are. \ I :
: .F, MuUett[ M'-,D. met and tweed. "I want to get asked why he Jeff so early: I J 14th Street. Miami j fla.G. { .
.') : there before the.leaves, a* I hare Just !
"Oh I cent stand
; Office Booms S and l playing with Ice
,, heard
; that shejjls sailing next week. ,
j>;... J'rWeU Beflding'rnl0am.tOua. West t.1 PalnvBeachj' Florida w. hare alwayt/, been great chums chatterbox 1 1A ; I i!I i i, *
'
..' 'Itolp.Besidence < .. this girt and ljj bad no secrets from Fcnte Fee.... CeBcrecatI .I .A. Wbrley
**
each other and thitaort+ of thing." I Come
'':: 81<:atsta.O ROSS Awnings ',oor.,1a14 Letgbton sbeently.. He Perhaps one of: the best stories told to the Art Studio
concerning toe unconscious humor of "
was wood i It would seem to j .t
:: N work in the beak.) Was it fair to a parish clerks ta the following,'which ta Attorney, at Law
tpri j '
Taylor .
:r. ,4'
from HI205 and
taken Dean Plgon's reminiscences 1207 Are. f
girl to marry hef/r her money ,After :ilema
i$ Office .< an. dad was a'good sort. If be could '" entitled. -Phases! of My Llf.or 310,' Twelfth ,St, ,.Miami Florida 12 a4 130 Sb.
only make up his bond to renounce art. A certain clergyman served trio -- .

\. ,.DADE, PHARMACY809'Araaue'D. I to confess his failure to dad: Cat at churches, and the following notices Mrs. r. G. Obenchain fOrPicture'frames
;: were given out mould
i the thonsfit his thtoat contrarted! Glrem {fOIl' Sunday by the i. ,
HUml I admit that pariah clerk In broad Yorkshire: i:
; no good He i (Formerly! Miami)
'"" "' .... beat forward. U.U 1 1TUsten. "I bag to give notice that there wilt I ing and a high class of
LHcherL3w.M.D.D.D.S. : ." be hi .-,'"I"= be no sarrlce Inl this '.re church oaSoonday

?;" But the girl war f tfll chattering on. next as oartear will .be Purchasing. Agent fancy "work made by'
/;:Physician and Surgeon' -'Toq see. she finnot come to Paris," preaching to an [eternity (alternately
,;? D.nUl 8pe tallat she pursued. ,"Her mother has an Idea In Toother church. The second notice 6146LetingtoJL Chicago III,

Oai.. Dental'rVrtsa that Rnth Is tnterffted to some yotmg X hare to give U;that there win be no : .

w_>raMOal...8 ri4.iortEo. : t man here,'and aU would not hear of It arrive ta t'< .
when 1 suggested;Utrlr coming to met U nor vicar win,be a-flahtng (offldat- .

consequently I mst go to them., 'And mil ta this 'ere church. 4Ik> the third Shopping of! every description
..SL'. MCDONALD 1 IS Grore.AT ., Port Rlcamond.: Kickmoftd ttat.h why I Mrf sting M> mxpectedly. 4 will aodet I]hare to give U that free. Mychant commission paid by met '

.Boroogh,N..,K. City' ."'; ;. Ill there be a'meeting of (he parlahr &eJectau* with wjjom I deal' Per on- r See tM MetropoUa t>efore p lactaf
any :
hand buy cheaper than
loners
Leigbtba
tomorrow
eUnched his
m rToo creakily to tab Into order for
a:. ''A, W WELLS ,-Butn",be 1I8I( tecS.' coloring tserloos coostderatioo, what color web you from toys furniture.UoliJaj J'OV' fall 'auoaaCftM' llo'

OOOOAJTOT OBOTX. YLA4 22*.ttfc tit'. Agent. fw Miami.t tltflat. ly "1 need to know' a. Both., ,It r. shan,whitewash the,aaOoeal MIIooIIr- !roods pceiri prompt attention 1f. hare aometAt&c. pretty to Asw. :
Estimates chef rfnlly ,... .
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"" !II ,, ; firea ...... L-. ;;..-6,.'fo....."rt
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,
--I. ,. .... > $ y. DttCCMUR SS 1.o.j. ,
......". _' l -- .. .-rq.IAIII.nwOPOUaTKu., !e

""t, k
t an acre wilck U the cost of shedding :

QUESTIONSANSWERED further tjt There are hub twelve I

__ thousand | nta to the acre,:and'the LOfTON'[ & EINI

trnlt bring> i n the neighborhood"'of. ,
'
l uf orttotion of interest to the Prospective Settler from 50 cents a dozen for Red Spanishto ii'

! Concerning Miami and the Southern. 25 cent4]* piece for Porto Rico:.. ,,I ,

The ,percentage C" -of plants .fruiting depends Your Auto at Lofton
Portion of Dade County. -upon jjthe care and Judgment exercised rfffll\l Hay repaired ;

1; 'I, I. \ In>>elf. culture, some growers" & Einig. Get your bicycles repaired :

1'l' having lu ceeded In securing r_fruit
"'
'
i' .. taiepkoae from 10 of the plants la their kt Lofton & Einig; we make the
to nWM are' tlncUd t.klbrs water works sewerage ara- t
69
Metropolis taaajr br proepeotve settlers II tem, ree' mall deUTerythree ,.....pa.i .] pfDeriea.perlwn.I IN ALL I 'QUARTERS prices right EVERYTHING in

I Q tlom_ kern ...-. Bgla conditions i pens two aatloaal .banks, one State Lands.T7 purchased from IS or .'
tiplt.ttag this put' of (to eoaatrr, bank eta It baa' miles of beaatltu $10 an %1IPt 1 depending on proximity where our will have Mea tasted sad the! SUNDRY! LINE in stock.

.. ondenoe eaMM streets of native watte atone.' It la Goat tested 7oaJ hear them praised
!t. 01 the harden cC earreax to roads i and shipping point I T- !
becoave heavy, practically the terminus of the Florida about ,
thereby has to lands on M road within I miles of heartily. There la a knack piebaking ..
East: Coast Hallway;tor though aa extension
followg of the road aaa recently been Miami m4 jb| had for f 50 aa acre and. watch ire have caugtt per- Columbia bicycles $40. Cleveland bicycles at $40. Rambler bicycles ;;
ii sometlmeavtesa than that sum for land
ectly.
sad to built,penetrating the farming lands at$40. National at Creaeat at to '
: ajatta as to met tmpcrtaat. not Immediately oa a road. -The same I bicycle $40j bicycles $25.00 $40.00 :
j DCWer the Creations Boat frequently forty-fife miles eouth/thia"la merely I quality of |and farther away from OUR PIE i
j SZkad It tabooed by ClIsAmeaas' that a feeder.to the commerce"of' tale dty. transportailpsj. faculties can,' of course j Rent you bicycles fromj.Lottoa Einip| ,theyll.glve yon a wheel to salt ;;

sample copy of tha taper,. et wbichlaar.4a Here are located the steamship docks I be Pr 'id-ter leas. The'Jaa.t Is un will bear comparison with even the t
'are Met eel, win, ta.noet of tie P. ft O. Steamship Oraiiy.whose l t
l pmmt tng'tntappeanna to those ao- best of home made And If m area
to liey.Wet
lines operated
Intended Mrtar are .
purpose
sass serve the rick ,
customed [to the deep sous ofieaJ '
4- i letter.'Bpedne tnbraatioa to Hanna and to Kaaaaa Immensewharves : fair Judge* you wffl admit eon, are

.. ',.. faaa, may personal, be obtained,.br writing etc with, are the being vastly projected Increased, tokeep'pace i! other yet results Eta ]can being be obtained rocky and.sandy.,from" It even better* that "mother's.But youwont Lot tori & 24Investigate

to any of the real estate or other firms maritime business: that mat follow on.1ih'dMpealJI.c far, In acMof the returns reallied be to Judge, mice you Einig%
appear to thistaper I
r t whoso Advertisements of the harbor;work'on I from the Wore fertile 'sections at the give our a,F.
to become ta- I
_ fan4 with the local beat conditions way ', progress> which la now actually progressing' Aa country fertiliser. must be used, bat Opposite ,Post (Office'
titular
the ; the SEYBOLD
return more than Justify ex I i
Industries and current .happeatacs, appropriation DOO. OO lam been se ,.. ,JOH ,
cured the foe harbor penditure|av]Jred.. 'n .
from government .
to wa ; -
le"ooatmplatiag
$ JrU remortng nortda .People |f i erg7 and Industry are i2STRm'$ : u -
ImproTementa, and the "' '
MeOea Is.through reading the Deny welomed the i < .
hearOly and countrjrs
East Coast Railroad la also'pledged to
er the weekly Metropolis the former expend a Iikeamount.Thas'i600,000Is [ practically Just be ,!, ,before InvestingWind ;
which win be sent to say address =
et development!
t all ,
for to reap the .
'"
andIt '
this
used for unibine in
being purpose
now
of far your
at the rate flOO a year, ftzs :! ensue as the re- ,
further ;- 1 t'rI
,three months f.tie Weekly a large Lpage IImoraI certainty that appropriations soft sucldevelopmeat 'Power -
of finds
wffl;be secured aatU'tae: Capital Momc :
mallei far tlM a
piper being u
most"profitable :
; here iaveatmeat while i
|t
commensurate
condition
.: harbor la In a best
,. -, labor la la demand aad well paid. People Baa been the
eniv1 with its Importance from a:commercial adopted bj people of the country aa the
.'l'mII an' 07 ,, geographical 1.1I.4.stn eglcal i iatan41)OIatu 'of mojen;to means who come here .JUtir.t'.:.r ttmM a rear Sa .L> _" cheapest power for raising; water. Note the people .who have
Sprang oat'o6 De wCieraeee aae and boy a;an all tract of land make a to 70*tflwU them they could have steam fa and hot air too if they want ,
?ear},ago the railroad having reached lmDortaace national rcogaised' modest MAI, set'oat fruit trees ladwhile ,I ed it! I handle the beat mill made and taake a specialty ot this .,
ft.f 'this point April IS. list., Prior to this by public med at the capita, wafttni to''come business and with my pump mechanism that I nave just beea
for these
Into
by aQ who will study the location .; : t SUN
time whose trade was priaelpally and READ granted a patent on. I will ; !
one store bearing,;|n" Intrucking, "are. always Midi value and life of Anjinfringementwlllp
,few of this port and Its relation to Insular any.wind mill outfit. ..
with the Indians,1 and a .
.within -
|
and South American1 :commerce to exception, successful. be ted.: I. .
to eattered families, eking cuts precarJoas. And this iucces costs less effort than Tbat iOostntajd weekly pap r, 1 -. T t. v
trade that
fe say aothIq of 4 the Tast I' x'.i
Onsnaautactare
j r .livelihood'of b7'1r1'eCk cooatte. starch q..I were, must spring Into.existence upon the la other clime'3 e rU of the,coaatry while printed in"3acb=ri11.;:and. C. ft: PERRY Cqcoanut Grove, Florida. -|
I the conditions reAder O1IWOOI' wrerywhera
the evidences of erVniiatlott, Oa completion of the ,Panama canal ,pob1Uhad : ,
only
work ihii In the year .
the .w1I1 show the pas every day
July tl 1SS6, Miami wag Incorporated' A glance at map with the le.JO benefits of :IUd, 'f 1 : :
as a city,-furnishing perhaps the onlybstaaee" the mOlt'futuri casual holds observer,for the the: Magle'.CUy.'SCHOOLS possibilities, a thrown Ia. At the same anopenair A. K. Taylor : '
,record la a fall Sale ''of-
.on Wh" AND CHURCHES: timepeo fe[who are enjoying health I I f
Into existence with-
edged city cam. ..
P;e eat first haY1nc'bea a town. Three 'Miami has one of. the'bests: public ud moder'-t success SA their,present Hake the cartoons and |aH thebir I I _
W schools both abotesbetter stay where they are.
hundred registered voters are requiredto the State embracing i pictarea :;
the common and high school course's.The There should be weighty reasons to In
entitle community;Ito be called
any fluence an; to make a move of suchimportan. Carina
ventilated
buildings ate large and wall and
less than tht'mumber constituting -
a city oJe$ a
People who have made
a town At a meeting held for and there Is a competent corpsof Claude UEnglaIn
y, failures: elsewhere are not llke.y. to Lf
teachers A Catholic content,; sec
of Incorporation threeand .
tics purpose
sneessfal.
'State very .here. Intelligence and .
In the Is }jn full
to-none
ond
; = one-half months after the first dftorlal paragrapha
Industry : as'essential to good fortune pongent
train retched )Miami 144 Votes were operation giving Instructions to toth :that ,- r
looks after the thing
schools, her I: In any other part or the Workhorses
sexes There are also private
east one phenomenal growth of this globe need attention. A
;
arty period has been, sustained a musical conservatory, and an school ;
I If Ulsfarming ieslred ,
that educational1 need mar to engage In general
throughout the eight years alike C1t1"1 10- every '
,
"' FaaiiuxnThat
t- be supplied. There are about thirty a tie raising of wheat' com WARM 'Bsioar.CLBYQC.
alatory.POPULATION or oats peaches,: apples, grapes or
county
', rraIflaml : flourishing schools In the ;
"Everj'relldolll'denomlnatlwi Is-represented other pr Jnfts of the temperate zone i H- "
A hu at present a resident pop- x
one must alt his lot some hundreds of J ,
: ,; fonowfniehandsome .
elation of between l0t and 1.000. In andvthe tko Sun
< church buildings miles to 1lelnorth, and accept the cold o
Presbyterian
; :
the augmented winter .by months the addition this population of .thousands Is. I I fiplscopallaxC: thlJle.II.: E that IIP of .the legacy:'of,lands I I have received. a car of fine '

'+ of visitors, mostly of the wealthiest Church, M.,. E., Church'South-. sadBaptist where t ei' < things can be grown If jroapcjr to read this paper Toe horses and fanyone interested .

classes who com to enjoy the ,i' Neither a stock raising country. can wad Tn BUM too. ,'"

Ideal:fUmtt,and the !finest hing SA I SOILS AND.PRODUCTS There isjt: fno fence. law,",which is a WITi0UT.Bllm Berta can inspect them at my. stable,
'see- great,boon{to the settler of limited
Caa worl4. To accommodate thee ,T&e'principal.Industry In .thll' I f : "
sat winter means., kid there Sa' little livestock ,.:s,:
Visitors'there are cameras hotels lion Is the growing of fruits !tr7.
Ask writ and
tti a us
lahe the'otherhand.
On
country
,and boarding honsee prladpal among vegetablesfor.the Northern.tear '
'. keU. Tomatoes form the staple crop, Ift .! to engage laths I
;' .hid-Sa the: stately Hotel Royal Palm
and the grand new.Ealcyoa HanjbotaBonomenta but there are' large quantities" of other culture_ of. ;citrus,traits,*pineapples"various.tropical .1l.tall you Iha... LL L. McNeil;

la size, gnadaor and aetffnunnflttlTit vegetables grown,.reek as. tomatoes, or semitropicaltraits' :. -
facHltiea, ', egg':plut.'ppPenbeoi* ete. 'The the grofl* ;.of vegetaoles at the season ,I '"
extends from 'about of die i year when all other parts No seed to send to Jacksonvillea ,'
The la cosmopolitan, er- plandaj: leuoD, I -
population of the try are In the grip of winter elsewhere for e.1dtq Invitations,'announcements Street. or Avenue D.
West
every,state,In tha Union fnmlshlag Its October 1 to.January,18,and the .bulk 1 cop i Fifteenth ,
stationery
of the shipments are sent North from ;this ie t10 r offers decided advant- or fancy The
.
of representatlTea. -
Quota pu4.. November until,Miy, although, there' sees gvW any other portion of theUnited Metropolis Is prepared to do'this work
Ife atrabl element Is unknown.CUMATB '
foreign Miami I...
Its here Fla.
difference In the es.- fn the very latest style. We are ,
being practically no, ,
>
... : t, guarantee satisfaction.ldY .
to
you I t
Writ1q' from pe onal .experience.|[seasons; seeds may"bepianled or.vegetables : t -i Ih" .
,after visiting California and other sec j gathered any'day:la'the reI!'.! .
-
boas where climatic, conditions. are Vegetables are grown'usually'on the 4!<

r considered at their best,we can nnheattatingly prairie 'Jan>!which'are free fron..

say that Miami has'the most! timber and are'composed of,a.kind- :of .H.F. Scruggs, & Co 'f

perfectwinter.cUmate: In the UAtte.lBtatd marL ,SPBCII4LT 1 1Plumbing
: Cold is almost unknown, even Fruits are grownon:.,'Pine lands; j '" .):

the slightest frost being very rare. which:fare- slightly hIgher' than the Steam .. ;(

The warmth 'of"summer Is-tempered prairie, and in this secaton very rocky and Gas Fitting'I

by the cooling.breetes from the Atlantic This rock Is a.:pecuuU'C ral formation ,...
and the highest temperature containing a great'deal of plant food, J. A. UANI -

recorded by the government thermometer as'evidenced by the,fact that In many I LUMBEQSI) SUPPLIES '
ETC.L.
.
'e27,l fl1 et fitful,ni.k .
-+ swing'the summer months is SS.HEALTH placesortnge' and other fruit trees are ,
to be IHa ,bearing 'thriftily. though 816 Avenue Miami. '
;1 p ; : : Flat! ;
'"- The sip ranks among the.that la apparently standing.on: a'solld plate' ..
.
tie United:States la point of health of this,rock '- Being of.a. :porous or r '
There is'entire freedom from malaria honey-combed.:structure'the roots of I

sad there are "prevailing diseases." the trees are enabled to-penetrate It At antic Coast Line ; ft
k -
tad draw ample
Those ailments which are common to sustenance from wbtweals 5

ail parts of the country sees to be appear to.be. a'Very unpromtt- r '. 'THKOCGH SCHEDULE: ,M., J. Yarborough

let robbed. In part,of their power, U tag source. ,This rock,:"by the.way. 'If [t : _
they'uul11 appear' la,a mild form makes a beautiful and durable"oalld Virg\nia.\
Carolina
FJ Q nda, Georgia,,Alabama, North Contractor and BuilderBuilder
and rarely leave the bad effects which tug material, and the now.court. louse :
CbSow la the wake of like diseases and Jail as well aa several residences I I and South Carolina : .

'Istwhere Scarlet fever and .diphtheria In the,dty, bu1lt.of"Wa. stone,,are I I I The great Highway'of Travel between 01: the Palm Beach,HotelHouse

are'1 unknown, ,wale> 'typhoid mack admired by an. 1a1t n. It also .

hyena, 'rsrel7 heard of., It .. a desirable makes the finest road material la the a 'SpecialtyMiami
Moving
Flon 1 d and tie East and West. North and South
-place,!Of'OeM Buffering. from world, and Dade county' leads ail others { ,
.fans'troubles,"asthma, catarrh{ and la the State In mileage and condition Florida
II I i .
-
.atJDI2ar.diseases which are prevalent of her highway A 4:

7 tBColaer e'lmates 'Many persona affected The. fruits',cultivated are'chiefly Cone i 8 ivloe, Elegant Pullman Equipment! HlDlliceDlIDlolnc| CaRoue i +
,with these ds have.come hare grapefruit, oranges,' and pineapples -

and have been cured 'or greatly benefited. guaras' mangoes,avocado pears"and lf DIXIEJFLYER I! DUN AM I THE CANOVA ;'
1. *"Of course,this Is not the ease Ome'an,largely produced but being the .

'ta every"Instance People die here," asthey Indigenous to the country, they thrive Ce1 l f ted ,} FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED Miami) Decorating : i.j _

do everywhere else No'country. with,little or.no- cultlTaUon.. Cltnu Tiaihi .MONTGOMERY L. AND $. ,
,aaa yet been discovered where people trees wUlreq tr ,from' three'to Ore 'f a 1- 61 I .j

"' are'Immune from death and disease. years after;planting to produce fr 1t. HooscaadSige -It!

p 41.the name time ,It may be* truthCnCy. Pineapples. which groww, ""on' a -slant r ILl ;
:aaU.that the conditions tending somewhat resembUng the cam.',.and pout" Line one thousand mile ticket: l}(rood'over 15,000 mile l of railroad -.
.: 10'fenenllhealthtulneaa: are'as fsvor- which are propagated by.setting slips .)'m racing all portions of the Booth,on sale at all principal agencies,ante 'f Paiuting j1
':tt able says any'section of the country. or' suckers, bear:1I1t. In 18'months Of i i each.- .Limited to cue year from date of ..ureb.... Fpr fall completer .
'* more than la mastpo..es.ee after- planting In this sectionthey 4 .reliable.information. regarding rates schedule,Pullman tervlcrete.wrtu : ,.:
_\ aces tar so r: 1 i / caper Hanging and K 1S msri1ng' ;
r 1I
,",:::. .'!" i. '1'BB UTX'8 rOTURKIfiaatf are grown la the open; there being no Yn4 C Bojlston: Dist. Ps' .t l ?*.;: ,?W. D.Stark,Truelinl'au.Agen1;; \f, ,Agency IPeat's' ,Wall Papers. i:
an,moden eosrren- necessity for protection. from cold, and I 1SW..Bay Street, Jacksonville: .ria.' !

i1.....II d.v aIoq:to Watda---;;there.la'thus a saving of-,about..9Me -S'ly, mrrion.Traffic. lls&ager "fy"r.l.} Craig,OealPaieengtrAgt C,211',cr write'for'E tfm teS. .Office/1315"Av $'

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