The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00423
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00423
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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< Hew Order Which Goes Info Effect July I, Will Allow! the Use Of HISTORY OF THE SCHOOLAnd On the Principal Street of Miami 41 d With Bit Crowd Looking oa Be... :'$

Ordinary Stamps of Right Amount-Wffl Be a Bit! that Yonnj Woman Put Her Ann Aloud His Heck. She Wu ;'It'>.\;"

Convenience to the Public. Greatly Impressed by Mr. Wlmberly-'a Speech la Defense r':l

[* Principal, Teachers and Scholars Will Now Enjoy of Thos W. Troy and She Embraced Him. ,

Summer Vacations-The High School Commencement :_ ;
Postmaster H. C. Budge ha received for the delivery. of mall matter with Mr. Minter Wlmberly, city attorney aid were only ,finishing their cigars ,
the following order from 1 I regular special delivery stamps at- Exercises at Auditorium Came To End Last Night BeforeA of Macon Ga, who was her at before they started. I.J;

tached. the Troy ,Oae of the ladies :
preliminary hearing U youag after she ;
postofflc department with the "The charge for special deliveryof Large Audience-Parts Taken by Several Graduatesfrom DOt only splendid lawyer and a had paMd the! hotel turned arouad '1.
that It will into effect July :
go mall matter shall be ten cents for and aaid. .
.That from and after July 1. ..... I each piece to be prepaid by special food Jester, but a capital story- "Mr. Wlmber1,.. I am walking on e
when in addition to the stamps required delivery. stamp or by tea cents worth t.U. LJiten to the following elated air this morning since I heard that .
to transmit any letter. or of ordinary stamps affixed thereto.so to the Macon News aa one of magnificent speech of yours last
package of mall matter through the provided In section IS! and la paragraph ( Frid.,.'. Dally) of cltltenshlp and In several Instances his moat pleaaaat experiences wall algbt" ( ;

nails there shall be attached the 2, of amended section: 7CS. The last ef the series of exercises "touched up" the local municipality I. Miami: The genial and handsome city at- ..
envelope or covering It cents' worth I I "Special delivery fUmp ",IU be held by the Miami High Cchool took ,In a manner that should Hoa. Minter Wlmberly mad such fOrM rose from his chair sad
4 sold ta required I make then a magnificent speech at Miami for bowed ; :'
'ot ordinary stamps of any by postmasters; any "take notice Mr Shin low. ..
ation, with the Words ". deDOmta'l itr.ount. Seen stampaa not l-e place la the aadltorlum last night ler spoke very clearly and forcibly I his friend Thowaa W. Troy that "I just felt like rushing ap to "
ery" or their equivalent .. used In payment of poitiit ir regIstry he large hall being wen tilled vita and his essay was one of the mostenjoyable one of the moat beautiful young !la- you fast night and throwing my arms I
t l'ftMe4 on the envelope or covering fee. parents and friend of the principal of the evening. diet of the city hatred tile genial around yon" continued the young
'. 'under such regulation as the postMaster I "No commissions will be allowed on the program. "Slmoa says Wiggle Waggle" wa and handsome attorney oa the principal lady bat there were so many people -
general |1111&1. prescribe the on caacellalota of special delivery Thl morals the scholars *n metat ; the title of MIA Selma FreedJund'sessay street of the city and the oa hand that I could not get
acid package shall be handled tram i rtamp* or on the cancellation of ordinary the school to team the outcome 01'' and this was Indeed a well selected dangh er of one of the moat prominent near you." "I';

el.mltted ash delivered ;'la all respects stamp when they are used their final exanOtatlopi: and to bid and timely essay for public lawyers In Florida embraced Mr. Wlmberly blasted bit his el- \
': a* U It were a Hgalatton !special' for the purpose of effecting the their Uedtara gooC-L for the fUm- I utility. Elm' Freedlnnd brought out the genial and handsome attorney gar and then said:
'Delivery strip T' special delivery of mall matter. mer_ the eccentricities and moral usuage Sunday morning after the speech "Well. Elsa I am rare that the ;
: "Credit will not he allowed for This will obviate the necessity of Professor Bennett, who his been I of the Simon of social literary and was mad on Saturday nightIt statute of limitations has -not
ex- c-:
cancellation of (special delivery a busy person goiag to the stamp he efficient principal of the school theological classes and In a very Intelligent was Mr. WImberley' second 'red ,.et.' ..,
stamps or of ordinary stamps when window of a poetofflce for the special he past term made a short speechto manner picked each one oration before the court, and his By this time It I* reported the If
affixed to man matter for the purpose purpose of securing: a special delivery each of' the classes sad to the apart cad lauded It for what It was Anal plea for his life long friend city attorney was blushing still ,
of effecting special deliveryThe stamp aa under the provisions teachers and thanked them for the worth. Mia Freedlnnd spoke la avery The court room was Jammed and deeper, but he left the veranda and
compensation.or postmaster of the order any postage stamps to many act j lor kindness shown to dignified and pleasing manner packed Every teat was taken aid walking down to where the young It
for the delivery Of special delivery the sufficient amount win do when aim wall ,here and for the many and her effort was crowned withapplaaae all the standing room was occupied lady stood oa the "sidewalk sad It ._. ,
:t mall with ordinary !stamps affixed the words "Special Delivery" are expressions of sympathy brought of genuine approval. Mr. Wlmberly was aj his best It said she Is oa* of tile most .....u-
VehaU. be the MUM as that providedBAPTIST marked nearby.EIERGUOES. about by bereavement the death otMrs. Miss Eleanor Srreven was the next Throwing aside all attempts at humor fal ladles In Florida Mr. Wlmberty \ y
l Bennett speaker and took as her topic for h* was serious from the start, aid: 1.

SCXDAT SCHOOL; The program last Bight was especially the evening "Chasing Butterflies." and those who heard the speech: say "Weil. It will sever do to be f
At THE BEACH DRAINAGE BILL well rendered, the Biscayne! As the title Infers Mm Screven It was tile most eloquent tie theyever ..-I am not fickle" said the fickle"a young :
orchestra dolag excellent work, spoke on the lines of Impossible ambitions heard la their Uteri. It brought lady sad she threw her arms around 't't"h;
--- while the graduates did exceptionally following the butterflies of ears to tile eyes of hundred la the Mr. Wlmberley's. neck. There was I'

(From. Wednesdays Daily) PASSED HOUSE BY A wen la the rendition of their es life sad ia many laat&Dt'ea. like lookIng court room. and h* was frequently a Mg crowd on the street at the )'{
The Baptist Buaiay 'echool, picnic says. The, stag |wes decorated la for the pot of gold at the end of Interrupted by tremendous applause time but neither Mr. Wlmberly or ; t(
yesterday, over I atj j the beach was a moat tasteful manner with palmsand the rain bow finding disappointment When he concluded there was such the young 1&41IMd to mind 1"
Bueeeea la every reapeet. The Sal- ME OF 81014 3 eat Bowers and presented a very and grief. On the part of an outburst that It was fully a mia and when the genial sad handsome _'r
11*. Capt. Bnrch. tide three trip pretty picture.Miss statesmanship. Mir Screvea Imparted ate before order could be restored. city attorney was released from those I
ever, aDd oae or two;prtvat* :launchee Edith Sinclair was the first some very excellent version From every hide people rushed to beautiful arm*-they only embraced t
took small parties aa well; U all to address the au there mere overt! 151, people OB the "Aa 'the Twig, the Tree Is." was Imparted the knowledge to her him.Sunday. the other young lady \ ft;
,beach to enjoy th* fia. bathUg. sad. Tallahassee May 27- Th* House a very merttous one touching upon listener tat feminine counsel In morning a* Mr. Wlniberly. "Well. Miss, how did that impress .l-:
,the bountiful dlaceri reaolatloa to hold longer sessions the training of children and bring time of trial and tribulation could T. D. Ttnsley and Mallory Taylor J'01Ir .

} Ice water and soda water were I .adopted u tie first act of that oat the necessity for early train- be welt received. Mia Screven'i essay were sitting on the front verandaof The second young woman said: I
provided ia abaadanoe; and aotwlthatandlng today after which the follow lID. such aa It received at the kin received hearty applause and the hotel at Miami two young ladle "I feel the same way but I am ,
the large crowd ther, was I I..u bills were passed: Good so ml. commonsense was oue of the best of the evening passed by oa their way to fickle" (-
not as accident te mar the pleasure .. establishing a county art advice aboaaded through her Fred Pine was the last of the graduate church. By way of explanation It And that ended the Incident, Mr. St
of the day One boat load of the :' Jackson county; one amendingthe speech, and when the last word wa to speak and bad a* his sub might/ be added that the Macon gen !Wlmbertey says that Miami' I.. one )
more enthusiastic ones, decided to St. Petersburg. charter: the Senate said a th.wer' of beautiful cut J4'I"t.wOtJr Relation with Japan.:' glemen were going to church too. Of the geratest place In the world. .'- ..
,stay over till a late hour last night I bill continuing the drainage of Bower were preheated. to Hit Sin stating In part that the people of '
and have a tartle hint They reMh- the Everglade by a vot of II to clair which he mot graciously received 'i the world are apt to under estimate .
-. eel he dock between 11 and IS'clock I 14. The House rotated to reconsider and acknowleJged. It.. Japanese Intelligence. He stated Quarantine Put On Miss AD.IM8 ETTERTAIXED fI'
; bat brongh BO tnrtle. with : the adverse action: oa the good Miss Bessie) Russell was next delivering :Jthat conditions are such that war 'l''
.. them. However, they an voted tn., roads bin. a most worthy essay on fanatics with the East was Inevitable, and (From Wednesday Dally) i
.day wen sprat. The license and eapatlon tax bill and crank of different species (:recited several logical reasons for Today Against MIn Claire Adam. daughter of jJlr.
occupied most of today's session, sad grades. The title of her essay Ilhe assertion but that the Intervention and Mr. A. H.Adama oa Aye- '
AH KXJOTABLK.8TR.'.-lUDB though It anally p....... Mr. Mel was Too Far East .. West." In | of diplomacy might Intervene sue B. entertained a aumber of her 'I'Ii
ton of DuvaX authorised the state- the essay were some very Intricate I land bring to the knowledge of the HavanaOwing girl friends yesterday afternoon at tina

One .f the very 'pleasant aoclal meat that there win be BO more points well:taken and made and the i world at large that the Japanese SaUma-rnadl party. Several tables .
Jacksonville charier Mil Introduced demonstrated her to 'rank were arranged for the progression '
speaker ability nations is
.went of last evening was a, straw among not succesI -
: Ih's _to.. properly cope with the dire Influence fully seconded Ills oration was at each table a different game. .
.j ride gotten us by a.:amber of Ml- concurred I I a ..II
%..'. young people U honor!of MasIvelyt | The Senate IB the House' of the fanatic and creak. Miss j clear and concise dealing with histqplc rMtle At the close of the last game. Miss j.\
amendment to the labor bill .j.
child Qnartermaa'a
< Russell spoke la a clear and well. and was well received. score card
dark, who la the attractive to the of ,
which has gone to the Governor for enunciated prevalence yellowfever showed nine punches -the highest i7.:
and her crowulac'of
\\l of Xra. Those manner duty was The their effort, the
1 ges.t JohnsSwell. signature. The Senate paaaej withonly well performed.Mr. awarding of diplomas was the next la Havana aid Matania. a rare made, sad she received the .
la the party were* .
Miss Evelyn Clark.31** Mary Alice four itaeentlag vote the Faulkner John Shlaler took a* his topic In order and Mr. R. E. Hall, superintendent quarantine was ordered oa today for first prise an exquisite little f... f 4
Martin. Miss Java Rosa. Miss Gertrude House bID requiring th| arrest "Civic Pride" and not only did he' of Public instruction of an southern ports against these Misses Margaret, White, tad Mildred \ ,,
Tit. Miss Cora Blouat. Mia ot Intoxicated penqna 'coos' prove himself the foandatoa for aa Dade County, presented the graduate places until farther notice Romfh, whose cards showed even
.. Taullne Schreatfman, Mia Eva: A.. ties, and forcing them to {disclose orator but! that knowledge, (although with diplomas and la a few well This Information was conveyed IB punches, cut for the second prise :;:f:
Mackenzie. HIM AiDe Blouat, Miss the names of the persona seUlag theoretical) of good government chosen words congratulated the a telegram today from Surgeon General and Miss Margaret White was the
?. Ketlle Whltcomb. Mr. W. C. El- them liquor or latezieaBta._, national, state aid municipalwas young people upon their final effort Wyman. of the U. 8. Marine fortunate winner of a pretty hat pta. : liott. Mr W. I. Brasletea.. Mr. Later- The House has Jast passed veil developed. Mr. Stablertouched and wished them all success In their Hospital Service, to Dr. James M. There were six to draw for the booby {.
the Wartmaaa bill "ti fell fell to the lot
prohibiting of '
the much talked of Anile -
'"' topic walks of life. Jackson local representative here. '
Gardner, Mr. .
John plog la hotel and cafes, and providing The Jennings, and proved to be at '
establishment of the
Arthur Keller Mr. Chas. ]Moffatt.Mr a penalty of |2.e for a violation quarantine -!-little brown Jug." -"to.
Chaa. Hill Mr flares Mr. of the said law. means that. only immune persona i Mr*. Adam served delicious ,

: bra Ted Outellu Cambell",las'and ciaperone.MJJ. Welch They with THE ROLL OF HONOR IN THE MIAMI PUBLIC SCHOOLThe will ports bo>>during alloweiKto the pedod land of at the southern quarantine 'i,sad .rake and fruit punch to cream the :;'t,

MISS PRATT EXTERT.UXED young people, and
every oae. at her "
and that '
.went oat to Buena Vista for an hour most |departure cave sincere + x'
.submit many et-
: or en. returnlag tot,wn at a late From Wednesaay-s to quarantine reuI.1UoDlbefor. previous of the
( Dally) i "perfectly! lovely y
I they will be permitted iotoI |
luxir. following the roll of honor Chafer Muriel Thompson PaulineMoore.Mlldren "
t Last nlghlL at the tome of her parents -I la the Mianl Public School for the I Glbbona.Letltla Ramsey I this country..IrmntroKK lime. her hosier had afforded her.
Mr. and Mr* C. O. Pratt month of stay:. Irene Sawyer Helen Those present were: Mine B-t-
kiln KaUierine Pratt entertained Kaufman. I tie Quarter-man. Margaret White.El- .
CAPT. E. H. CHASE party of her young friend IB honor a bible McGaJuy Class Catherine non Ogle.Streak Fred ,Baldwin Faith Mntlett.Frederick)laI ** New' Hotel myra McDonald Mildred Romfll.J."Ie ..- J
Charlie ChrtsXenamjBnnlce Hook I n hftnall. Fannie
of Miss Mantis Yelverton. of Haat- : 8ulzller.I Mr. H. K. ArmatroD. who will Clemooa. Aa- ,
la,.. who is visiting her sister Mrs. Alma Lladgren. Cornelia Ltotfl.r.tit. I be pleasantly remembered here aa l|ot.l Lee Caldwell.. Annie Jennings,
ATlEST S. T. Torbert. .... Pope Llda Jenkins, Elsa Haln- Miss McOuHough'm: '-1M.... manager of Hotel Iroquois last season I Junta Robinson Ladle Revere Ltlitin 7
: WAS LAID Mirth provoking game were played Ua. Mildred Romfh. I Ellxabeth Enloe, Sarah Johnson' has leased for a term of years [ Graham Cornelia Lrffler, Leola
aa t the young people enjoyed the Main Sander Class Eleanor Mnltett. Lola fi5era. Pan the new Green Inn cottages ash I Adams. Carese Adam: and Claire 1
lime hugely. Delicious cream and Be.**). Williamson. Lydia Mills tile Sweeting. Carese .A Ja LI.. Hannah bungalows Galilee (between 8eabrlgbA I Adams.

t cake were served and a* the guest Lillian Wyat. Edna Rowe Gertrude Clement. Myrtle. Glenn. Brute and Monmouth Beach) N. J. 1
departed each one received a anal Qulgg Rujth{ Harrison. Gal reath. and .U now preparing the same foropening ;

(From Monday's<< Dally) parcel which when opened, proved ...... KUnprtry's Clue Muse XVillar.r Claws on or about June ISth. Of F. G. OBENCHAIN
j The funeral ,of the Ute Capt. Jl:. In the case of the girls to be a tiny' Ramona Ball Viola Baker Maude Catherine Gibbons .1:1t1le {'IIeifY (- Mr Armstrong the Hotel Register ; 1
H. Chase was held from the red dressed doll; n..B. boy a stick Lee Marie{ Pitch ford. Adeline Scrcven. Edith Walton Floy WhaorIC'a of New York says "The new owner
I4eace on llth'street ysterday afterBoon. of Ucortce. Those present were: Jaale Robinson Blanche T,rby- (,Annie Pope N. Itt far Htfiel-l, Resale of this fine summer hotel property
Rev E. V. Blackman officiating Mr and Met 'C. G. Pratt Mrs. 8. fill Sees Vlhlen Harold Balley.Em- Hopper Thelma Johnston Newton has expended a great deal of money SERIOUSLY SUBBED
( at the ave aDd cemetery.The1 Keeler Mrs. 8. T. Torbert. Miss mett Cootey Lawrence Oautler. Victor Lnmmns. Earl Rader, Erie Al- fitting and furnishing for a IInt- la.. :1
-0# Interment war: held aaMr till Mamie Telverlon. Miss Grace Byne. MuTlett. George Whltten.MM bury, Marbelle Ferguson. summer resort It has been leased :
aaapkm of the Miami Fir Depart- Miss Suite Pyre Miss Laura Joyaer AnKnsaa'a Class MM Colyer CUM for a number of years by Mr. Henry
anent, of which Henry Chaae. gra nd- Mia Leave Mans Mis Mattie Jea- Celia Ktafmaa. Ema Kaufman. I Charlie Baldwin, George' Chase" K. Armstrong the well known )I,. F. O. Obeachala, for a acme -
ton of deceased. U a prominent slugs Miss Jessie. Pratt. Miss Katherine Theresa HHUard. Aaal Lee Caldwell I Frederick Gordle, Charlie Hllllard. hotel keeper and caterer of th her of year a resident of Cocoaaut 1
1D"1ftber Pratt. Mr. Gnssle Davis Mr. Dene/ Lilts, Edna Gibsot, I Donald North wood. Harold ROM Beechwood at Summit N. J. for Grove and well knows throughout ,I'"

t X About Iffy roer-betr of tt>* orjuaJfeatlon ; David Caldwell, Mr. mol_. Cald- Tom VeAllister. Louise Coker Curtis i(Reginald! Rosa Jake 8chaeldm.a.I I three year which U a guaranteethat the county, was assaulted and aerlonuly ."ei
1ltnd' the obseqale tn a well Mr. Robert Taylor Mr. Arthur Padgett Richard Ealoe Winston Struak Annie Albritton. Mary the new hotel and cottage stabbed la Chicago last Wednesday t
body and atUroi a whlt.' made a\Joyiter and Mr. Holt Yarboroagh. Jones\ [Lee Mathew. Nettle' Roger. Joaefphlne have fallen Into flnt class hands." afternoon.Details .
.moat favorable impression. The Mil* Martin' CUM Schroter, Marjorie Sulxner.ITraxhen Of the hotel and (oration the same. of the assault are lacking .
tend twelve mender strong Moved' ,GardBMT Resde ee Stella W sos. Ruth Rooney, Ruth l paper says: "1t Is an Ideal spot for but It appear )lr. O Dehln. who I t

attended end at the trappathetically The Gardner residence< on nUt Yoeman : Marion MeConrtney. Esther Examination June 4 one to spend the summer The broad Is about seventy yean of age. was :f
'" eyed Maud John WaiHyle Ocean Avenue runs through Sea- walking along State street In Chl- ;. _
and tenJertj, street, between Avenues B and C.ha MeCourtaey ] The regular examination of teach .
3ly God to Thee aa the body ,been moved sutBclentty to the east f Toe...*. Roy Wilson. Oscar 'lrs for next school term will I be held bright to Spring Lake, and Immediately rago.> when he was attacked sudd ny a
earth. the reIl4eiteea Hamilton.. Katie Vinenene. I ; I through the grounds of the by an knows person and a
consigned to :At of the former location to permit of fat the Miami High Schol. commrnctng iJ(
male quartet from the members the erection of a commodious office Mrs. Eat_'. CUM | on Tuesday, June 4. It la raid Green Inn Hotel cottage and bungalow deep wound Inflicted la his fare

of the Miami Choral Society cow- building which will soon be under I Susie Ramsey Kittle Barr. Glens |there will be an unusually large colony State street was crowded with peo-
pie at the time of the
posed of James T. Sander Claad way. The bulldlne will be owned b y Fink Thomas Johnson Paul Johnson number of applicants for examfnat the. assault sod i
Brown. Earl Smith and Oscar T. Mr J. K' Dora the weUihcowa Walter Finder Bernard Finder, ion. Pall OIl the River his perpetrator managed to make

Coaktla. sang Pleyeta hymn "Sh all real estate dealer. 7la Henry Moore Bryan Padgett Elite Outside of the pleasure craft encape.
We Gather at the River" The floral Hamilton Hyde HllUarJ. Mildred ......1.'* Water Supply berthed for the summer the Miami The wounded man was picked ap .
with his face
.tributes were numerous -... bea..li" a letter' to the Metropolis. Mr*. Chap Austin Hesllngton. Willie McAllister It Is reported by a well known river presents a deserted appearance sent to bathed In blood and .1
a hospital for .
[ ._Sal the fire department eendlag some George H' Merer*. *ho I.-a"to Forrert Gordon. property owner at Danla, that an these da... For some time after the ,ease very weak from the Ion He of )
rery appropriate piece Brooklyn at )HrVloe of : Miss Rldmowr's lass analrsl recently made of tbe water close of the season numerous amarll"lay blood, but will likely (
renter The
The pallbearer were' selected from ,aboard their yacht Cotuoa.sny "The Katie' Dean Allison Jones. Wallace at that place, shows that It Is undoubtedly at their' berth let they have teafor the assault Is ..en.tnlaln.<|
-toe fire detl&rtm".lId were FloydChain weathers teen very disagreeable+ the i
? purest and IIOft"tanywflf'1'1 gradually diminished bv going to and "
Hovelrn4 hp rap"nions/
Joseph advanced
*. P Mareau. C. Lucas C. A. ,and cold ....r1Jt .7KCUOtl. S Po -ell and P. H. Lee Io ad me will never leave Miami so The artesian well bdng driven thtreIII Inc tnrtllog etc. until DOW but '
John Mathewx.Mir attacked hint for another
Fern Lltts.
'rb. Interxent waa 'L.nnder the tilree"tJoni" early again aa I don't thlak It the ham ''' he In working order soon and three or more remain Things on the person
of Cndertakef '\\' H. Comb.. do If llzHle' CUM Mr Obenchala 'is istho- of Mr. '
proper thing to you to the residents of that thriving little water.llke on land. *r settling downin J. Cbernathr..
: A Urge concourse *f friends attended avoid the clad wiwther" Capt. and FIorenc4 Wharton, MarciierlteHouser |I lown: will be receiving a pure waternerrtcc a summer basis and from now until has r.I.Ift\ friends hire c.f tl'r who sett'. and 1

tile funeral serflcea at :both the hMrs. Mevers will return to Miami LncHe Rosa Ovrta Fh.rp another step of advancement fall there will be little doing t In ...d occurrence He -r..t..t
Oap and grave. (early In the fall. Harold Graham Media Fink Aiecuv! tot Danla. the boating and yachting line. like Chicago the Last few Rill years.esiuledin '
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Are yes going sway this rammer Some week ago, about the middle

a. B. Tatan. President, S. Bobo DeaL 8e.-TrwU. 4o the imMBtjUBS, the lakes, or lof the session, the Senate adopted a We Must Sell Quick

;, THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY some BMtrtheni MAIOhofto.-ortT If resolution calling upon the Governor ,

'I are jom will want the Metropolisto and other administration officer "
you "
L tU moaiis . . . . '1.00 One year .. ... .......... .....tlMThoa I follow you of the State government for

f paying tn advance will receive a ,.u'a iibsertptlca for fl-M :: )'_ will want the Metropolis for Information concerning the number I

sad lib moata aberlptton for 78 cenU This U a liberal dlaeoort ta Indue set era! reasons It will keep you IBtuvrb and names of clerk and other em
} strictly advance payment I with the home news 'It will ployes of each department; their respective A lot on Waddell Street. 55x100. worth $400

he to y- what a letter from home duties, compensations, for only . . . . . $225 :

; >ntarad at the Poiomc at Miami Florid, a* ..eolul- l... matter. I I always satisfactory I... but than more say complete' letter and you was The made response public to few this days ago ete'j I

could RH It will reach yarn dally In reviewing and, oommeBUng J

rKHMY. M\\" :SI. 11 OC. I sad as ...... as the mall. CM carryIt the same tbe r.llah.True

.. from Miami, aad you will come ocrat gives out some valuable Information A Tenth Street residence lot worth $2000. for

home knowing aa much' shout what and shows In pan bow the the give away price of. . . S140O
: THE DEFEAT OF GAMBLERS Las been going OM In Florida's future wheels within the wheels of the 1

AND GAMBLINGThe I metropolis as will thus who have State government are manipulated }
COUNTY DIVISION rrvnalBetl at home.ABM The true Democrat vayaal

more than all this. a dally The! Comptroller consumes three
The Dad county division bill wa editor of the Prnucola Journal -
found time a few day ago to copy of the Metropolis will afford page of the journal In a clanalfled act fronting railroad siding 125 feet suitablefor I
y effectively\ defeat In the House I the beat advertisement' of home 'statement of the several branches: of "
give a thought to gambling and your warehouse factory oryard $250O
Wednesday so far a> action rv the work In his office and closes with a
la city which could xhibit to relative -
I gambler, anu the following apart yon
R present Legtemtnn u concerned and of the deduction he wroteEthically *. and friends in other Male list of the employe except Janl- FiA
I Ire know and appreciate that the toed showing a salary list of twelve
for two years mere at least thecounty the ganibler earn nothing you I
clerks, receiving a total of 11 4.00
Metropolis will favorablywith I
In addition to his vocation be- compare
iilll remain In tact ing a violator of law and an unwarranted any paper published la any city per annum, exclusive of the Comptrollt'r' 50 foot lot on siding splendid location very I

The Metropolis was tie first paper defiance of the aggregate i three or lour times the size of Miami I alary Six. of these are cHeap at S15OO

la Miami to announce thai the 411o public ..sentiment the gambler tarns, ? Well It will. And do you alpo authorized In" the Tax RedemptionDepartment >>

vision movement hid been lanncheduy nothing for the reason chat he rrn- know that In exhibiting such a a branch of 'be State
government which bring little or no
certain la the north end der no service to those >rom whom paper to a friend abroad you will ImI I
persons I
revenue to the State .
he derive his income whether that : >TM him more than yon could do r
of she county and It was the tint paper I Not qjltc LltI.n..1 l with the ihowlng Good lot 20th
Income be rake off or winning ,In any olIN way with Miami's rnterj building on : street for. $50O
: in the county to announce its ( He earna nothing-ante** one 1* >H... and Importance! i : made under resolution No. U, ,
opposition to dlTialcn, slating at the the Senate later adopted resolution
t willing to stretch the word "lie,-1 If you haven't thought of these f
time that It did not believe such an I No 19. Asking as to the employmentof
vice" to either Indulging will do now and consequently
mean creating or thing you) so ,
act would b* beneficial to the count the same clerks by different departments
,e at lare In, an opportunity to take you will make n mistakeIf with additional pay the 2 lots 100x105, worth double the price $25O I '

1 With lh.t It rested its case but another man' money In exchangefor you d* not order the Metropolis responses to which disclosed the fact
merely an equal chance to get sent when leave the city os i ;
yon yon
< proceeding to give both aide*- division I that one of the Comptroller clerk,
your for nothing And no gambling your rammer < tlng. There ls no ex-
and utl4h1S1oD&Ja Impartial at a salary of 11.200, was also employed -
hearlnC- It did not denounce la doubly evil -the one shield Ira cost to yow for mailing, and the a* a clerk to the Pension A few full sized lots. 50 feet wide 105 feet ;
.J and vilify one aide and espouse and that i* not In any way acalagoua address will be changed a* often a* Board at a aalary of fSOO additional by
t, to the well-worn fable. you desirer" In that way the Metropolis deep at
praise the other Both aide of the but dM not disclose the fact that the .s150
'The great evil of the human will follow yon about the eou.try. : '
issue were allowed free and open dlarnssiou chief 'clerk a* bank examiner, la
through its column, for race, the fountain bead of envjr.theft r iadd'Uon' to his salary of ".510, also ,
and nearly all crime of 'vtoieocv, I..btfUt'UDH" *
thOM persona idrpcafng! division 1\\ receive tee for examining the
of the conntr and the man who maintain State banks nor did they disclosethe ,
were aa much citizens ; Two lots In Riverside choicest worth .
I comer
3 at those opposing It The Me- a ganVbtlng- house Dot only THE STATE REVENUES' employment or compensation of '

troprll woald,.not bare been true to fatten on hIs own shlfilensnees tat I AND AN EXTRA SESSIONThe I another clerk or stenographer, not $2000, for any decent price offered r

Its policy of mbt and justice to all prosper accordingly on the wont named In the list, nor the fact that I "r

1,: men had il done otherwise of the negative qualities 1If- ii !'r Pensacola Janrnal doe not the chief clerk Is the' son of theComptroller

t" la this' manner toe public of the men and ,wittingly or not) encourage like the fact that an extra sessionof and tile one referred ,

county were given each aide of the them to risk being changed la the Legislature U not only possl- to aa receiving two salaries, aggregating : I Business lot on Avenue D, near postoffice. at .

la*. They are aa Intelligent people the crucible of chance from negative ble but probable In order for that : ".iOO I I. the chief clerk' .
sacrifice I
and by presenting to them :he evil Into positive crime. body to complete the work It has sister-in-law: price. Ask for It.

<'; nit nation ai It prevailed from line The saloon evil may be bad. and neglected and make up for the time I Now. we do not accuse anybody
to time they were enabled! the better no one dispute* the fact, but la ocr i Idled ..w.y.eHber doe it like tbe of anything, we make no charge;
naderttcnd- candid opinion gambling Is doing ]' the of the we do not even know whether allthese
to arrive at a clear '. fact that with revenues I We can select: many properties on which'money
,, more today to carry our youth down honestly earn the can
lug of the quettlon No intlm'datk I State reaching to only one million employe
>B whatever ** offered them, oerane the path of degredallon and hope- and a half dollar that the Legislature amount pU them or not We Jim- be doubled in less than- a year. Let us snowiyou.: ,i

"7" better results could be acrompUabed (lea ruin than U the saloon. Many will likely have made appropriation ply call attention to the difficulty!

by a clear and, clean representation a boy learns to gamble before he aggregating nearly two million The Senate encountered In gettingat 1

; t of tact than by a one ever takes his first drink The two dollar before 4< bas finally decided the facts, and the omission of elements Call and of t.: .
get one our price'lists in which
tided' and bland petition Nom- evil affiliate and go: hand In h.ndJU'ough to give up the ghOMt Touching of information from the re-

nnaleaUon bearing on th1 Issue was the short life the victim cf oa IN latter subject the Journal upoTisen to the two resolutions which there are hundreds of bargains to sled from.

refused poblloflon or ret arced to Influence and temptation are allowed says: have a distinct bearing upon the

". the sender without comment Fair to live Do away with gamblingand Tet with appropriation of over matter which the Senate attemptedto

play to one aad all la simple Justice., you will reduce the rank of two million. In light, not a bill baa Investigate" .
,. and IB this policy. the Metropolis drunkard been passed providing any means of The True Democrat Intimate III..'

claims It did more toward detesUngcounty raising this revenue Every attempt It will tell u*"some more about be J. H. Tatum 6 Co. .'

division than did any other to pass a franchise tax bill ha fail "Inner 4ftal,. of our State government -

newspaper la Dade County.The A TALK ONRECIPROCITY' ed. With property valuation run- but It better hadn't., too
of credit U due *Hoa I much about those fat "graft" salaries -
ning up Into tbe millions, lying all
oft or Ihe peop'e! might ga to wa/-
John W Wataoa, representative about the state and escaping taxation -

the eouatyi la the flgh he In waged; If our advertising ha brought of every form, the legislaturehas log among of one therr..IYH or more to of get the: possession nlt'eIIUIt' REAL ESTATE ;

; I aicalaat division. He was a position you bulnera and your business baa refuted to provide a means for But we' know

to take a He stand did for It or fearlessly against brought you money, ns more of making this property help bear the thing clerkthlps are rotten at Tallahassee On the Ground Floor 317, 12th Street
the measure. and the fran
that mc ey for more advertising. : harden government
IB defeating It. 1I \ S
sad was chise-holding corporations strut
A fair pro ('llUoa.
Tbe Metropolis' U glad of the reanlt. about the capital! the absolute master I
And from such an arrangementprofit I THE ROAD I
o----- bi the iltnatlon (

f and more good ana business "With the appropriation thi:t are TO MARKET NOTICE OF I\CORPOR.TIOSI aay time Mbject Itself to any indebtedness -
rebound to both concerned-what'. I
THE CROPPROSPECTS Broward will hays I or liability la
la eight Governor I excess of
good for one 1* rarely good for both. perhaps doe not Increase -
\: Ever think of advertising from one of two thing to do. via' : levyn Advertising Notice t* hereby given that the Fifteen Thousand Dol'arsArtkie .
In Intrinsic
I me value of thing*- -
additional tax upon the man witha undersigned Intend to the I VII.
.J.. that standpoint! butU Sods .DelI..t. apply to
The Tampa Time quoting from mule, a home or a private bu.1n. value" de- Governor o( Ihe.State ol Florida oa The name and residences of. tb.subscribers .
It's a fair one. Isn't It! Really, I .. the l>est market the I
the statement of Seeretary Wilsonof ..., or call the legislature In extra the lth day of June, A. nun, ;,' to tile stock of this eorporaiv -
now atop and figure it out In a cold wand for them
1 the Agricultural Department, on session for the purpose of putting 1 : hot for the Issuance of teller patent to >n. tcgethf' with IB! afnount
badness buying and 1 sort of a horse it
way A particular
ban this to 58" the responsibility oa It of providing ; of stork
V. the crop prospect Is Just like because be Is offered : the IZABELLA GROVES COM PANT : subscribed! by each, are a*
space any north more
lateness of the to raise Ute revenue with i any
"Owing to the a means the proposed charter of the follows: w

,. '; spring planting will be delayed, tint, concur other legitimate to this statement business If-you yoiUl are which to pay Its expenditures. for but sale be through la sold to an better advertisement advantage -- upon f 4d Company, a* hereinafter setout |I Jolla B. Roger, Miami Fla. 19&

there la plenty of time for excellent "Those whd know Governor Brow- I hare*.
fair. times more money
I and moat
3 and abundant )ieldl to mature The ard will have little difficulty In arriving Signed) John B. !Roger L. A. Coolev. Miami Fla. 1 snare

ground la la good condition gene 1\\ I at a conclusion aa to which advertisement aids In finding L. A. Cooler W. Era ley Walton Miami Fla. 1 ;
ally, farmer are IB readtneaa and horn of the dilemma he will take." the whom W. Kmley Walton. shar. _
MERIT INADVERTISING I the or persona to ,
there I* DO reaaoB why the area devoted Midst doe the average Florida I Ihe special one person thing or thing advertised Articles of lacorpuraUo Witaens the hand of the said nbo- .;
to crop will not be aa large Lrglalatpr care about the people or .
j would be of the most value- no.matter The undersigned hereby associate aert era this the 10th day of May,
; aa ..u... It has been observed IB their interests There are I "
anyway ,l
A. D.
what the article I., an advertisement themselves together for tile purpose I 1MT. '.
I where similar delay A store that advertises secures the but
many good men In that body I
some ot (Signed) John B.
will most likely Sod the forming and becoming a body Roger .
have been floe to local causes, that mean. with which to boy the latest thy so few and In such a small '
It a under the laws Of the I L. *A Cooley
I t"loclral! buyer though means corporal .
i the late planted crops are generally *tvlo* and beat good Thai merit majority thai the will of the other ;
and State of Florida and W. Em
under vlr-
whole sky by Key Maltoa
search inrough a
to' .. food aa the average and oftenbetter. end advertising are twin sisters. make them practically useless. For Stale of
are of the following article of Florida
Summer follow closely upon No matter how fine the quality of freakish, recklr and worthless legislature ktate. .
and IArtkie County of
and truly, to any corporation.. Dade
ibis I applies.
plaatlng cultivation count tot your cools are or how cheap, compared th.prt'aent will likely have UI-I ,
On his
day before <
.11 line of business. ne. the aader- ,
crowded' la time somegrass
more, being to quality the price la. The capped the climax. i
-0---- Th name of tkls corporation signed notary public In and for .
easily I s.
weed more
and are
whit, people wont know of the fact antes -
be the IZABELLA GROVES COX- said county and State, .'
the general dreamataDt'ea day by w* don't personally appeared
killed and ttld. cad there ). no way of Hardly a goes .
.7'. almost ..Iwarproye favorable telling ao many different people as hear of some new town or villagespringing PANT and Its principal place Of | John B. Roger L A Cooley -
la advertising columns of the paper. MRS. IDA + up, other Incorporating, business shall be la the city ol MV-1 j, aid W. Em ley Walton! te m.

1':'e Short Crop* this season won... And naturally if the people know McKINLEY. I etc The latest of these I. South anti In Dad county Florida I well known to be the person describe

prove a more .aerlou drawback than of your good, and are Induced to Jacksonville, across the river from Article II IB and who' signed the foregoing
Mr*. Ida McKinley widow of the I It Is the purpose of the said corporation article. of InrorporattoB and ,
: ; ordinarily, because the frail crop boy :year good by virtue of the convincing (Jacksonville, which a few days ago
.. U| already cat abort and In many talk and price you put In lamented Wm. McKinley, who was !' elected its first municipal oQcers.This to plaat grow and ..rketO they severally acknowledged befor : ";

section thla t* aa )item of much 1mportabce your advertisement the quicker the burled at Canton O., yesterday, bad | and other development force buy and MIl fruit and other farm me that they signed the tame for .

There la BO possible goods go and therefore and eonclu- suffered much from disease and affliction the remark, How Florida Does product, to buy, seli.lesse and mort- i the purpose therein exp-.-. :

shortage t. be apprehended except .Inl,.. the money In In the desk daring life but the was evera Grow" gage real estate and to act a* agent In wit a..... whereof I bare hereunto .

ta frsrt, eon and IB grata These drawer to bay more and newer patient gentle and devoted wo I -o for other persons and corporation set my hand and seal I thlj IStb

are not ao large a part of the agricwllure gooJs. man. President McKlnley wa an Since the Tline-rnlon lost out In In the management and operation ot day of May A D. HUT.

of the consul In proportion Floe goods are doing the merchantno taeal hurfband. and devoted their marriedlife lover lit. advocacy of th% new Jackoinvtlle grove, farms and orchard; sad (Seal ) A. A. Boggx' i
life of
: t aa they formerly were. There U nor good on the shelf and naturally was the attention he lavished :charter bill on Its veto by Governor the said corporation shall b! author Notary Public -

reason. M fet to really expect a de- hey get "behind" la style The love and tender beautiful and en- I Broward. It 1* up In arm and what lied and empowered to do and per !

flcteacjrjlB grata and corn while stock hay a .r obltng on her The wa care of State never U U doing to the chief executive and form all things necessary to the carrying NOTICE OF ADMINISTR.nOR ;
dairy prodBcU, fowl out of the foregoing
on him a* to the legislature I* a caution. By the objecla.
sisal standard. weighed *o heavily
will hemp to the
had bumper crop the HOW TOADVERTISE cause him to forget for a moment his time the dissection baa been completed Article III. For Final Discharge
4 .A.eI.it..e a
her la there will be little left a* The capital tock of this corporation -
railroad c ald not haul It promptly.Maybe beloved "Ida, or to neglect la Court of County Judge, Scats of ::4
picking*, And somehow or other If aaall be Two ThouMad Dollar
It would a blessing la any way Florida. \
prove E. B. Davidson In "Profitable Ad- ( reports are true, the TU la tell.I U.ooe. 001, which shall be divided i
disguise not to overload the railroad She leaned on him. depended on r* Estate of C. B. Crockett Jr.. '
this year, and thus permit them to vertising." says something worth theconsideration him. and inspired him. He wa ever lag little else but truth Into tWO hundred chare of the value Dade County. .
la smooth of our advertiser knight loving watchful I of Ten Dollars each. All stork Mall ;
do lha traasportatloB act her gallant '
i'. demaada of theeoBBtry. "I just don't remember how many constant and devoted aa only a Howard Gould' wife seek a decree be uld aad Issued fill paid sad non- F .
harmony with the !Notice I hereby
given to all whoa
hundreds of time I've been askedby ot
be Aid there wa of separation oa the groend auewabl,
noble man can It
advertisers, 'Isat It best for me sufferer I abandonment and makes no sensa- Article IV. may eoacera. that oa the lllb
never a more gentle patient Jar of
September A. D. 1W. I ;
to get a preferred poaition or prominent She wanta tea The existence of
than she She bore bravely tlonal allegations: corporation shall tcHy to tile Honorable A B. ...
THAT JtlIlAt location for my advertisementand shocking taking off. and nature thousand dollar a month alimony; hall be> perpetaal: HeyierJhdg of said Court aa Ju-tg-

COURT OF RECORDs ma It In the same place every seemed to kindly prepare her for I he I* wading to give her five thousand Article V. of Probate, for my Baal dlscksrgs-

i- time.Well the ordeal dollar a I ODt 4. There are The business of this corporation 'i* AdmlaUtralrlx of the estate of .

i bill providing for the e tabllahmeiit now, of course, moat advertiser Since his death Mr*. McKinley ha women IB Miami, who would be tickled sha'l be conducted by a Board of C. B. Crockett Jr., deceased, aid .J
ask that because
aid malaUaanc of a Criminal they believe lived quietly at the home In which I to grab the latter figure and Directors which shall ronaiM until that at the same tnn I will preset

p. court Of record la an1 for Dade It. to begin Job to with.convince In fact the it's a prettytough they lved while her husband was a thank he Lord for providing the I ;otherwise ordered, of three member lo said court my flaat account aaadministratrix I'

j county, ha become a law, and we advertiser\ that his advertisement average member of Congress waiting patiently i fat pigeon *, and by the following officer of said estate. and) .

; will BOW proceed' to Mare another should clot for the summons that would I i and such other agents employees ark for their approval. .
not stand more prominently { oat
; tribunal 14 grind out lattice to offenders than other advertiiiement give her eternal rest The gentle Speaking of the' prosperon condition a* may from tine be employed Dated March 2Sth A. D. 1 9T.

; la the any. wife has Joined tlenoble husband and the future outcome of the namely : 4 president a vice- Agnes McO. Crockett.Admlaltratrlf.. v'
." bl'e' well paJlt'r."Non the far-off country Peninsular State an exchange say: i president a and
If this la a:: the p can advertiser* want their advertisements ID | secretary a treasurer .
feel aatlffled. ht If It will incur to appear if possible 4 "lf Florida should continue to grow Any two of in* M4 offlres except By Hudson A Boggs.

and pet aa extra tax upon the people In aa Isolated spot surrounded' by One of the current questions of I, for the next ten rears a* she has for the office of president and vice- Attorneys, _.

for malntenaace.; then the altaattoa solid reading matter They want to the day Who will be Judge solicitor the lilt half jecade. she will b'comeeven ''president may be filled by the same

I will be different. Exponents disconnect It from Ita fellows. They and clerk of the criminal court of a greater State and a great population person at the: came time. Notice of Final Discharge

of the court claim there will be sos want the poor little advertisementto record In and for Dade count) wit: be within her bordera the officer sad other agent and r.

adrtltw"al1'X'PlleIj bat bow they be lonely In facts They disregard 'I'Capital Is rapidly developing the hidden I employees shall be elected by the la[ the County Judge' Court. Jade

wake their dcducttoa whea there entirely the fact that other advertisements Miami was never healthier hap treasure of the land of perpet- t' hoard of director, and the board of County. Florida

will be a' Judge a sollctor and a have a pulling power at present Every doctor In the I nal sunshine her agricultural and director shall b. 4rcted bf tho IB N Estate of Elizabeth J. Moore '

,' clerk to employ. together with other too. city now fins time to tale a day off ;,horticultural .levelopment I I. exceed- ( stockholders at aa annual meeting Deceased

.XIe.... tt not apparent to the average 'Companionship I* Jut a* good and go fishing: or plcnlclng while foliC the most sanguine expectation' which tha'l be held on the flrit Monday Public notice I I. hereby given that :

mind.But for aa advertisement' as K Is for a several of them are planning long 'I It doe seem that the State' fu- of July. of each' year. oatIleZOtlld.yofJ.ly.A D 1MT. 0

1 we are to have the court Let humaa being: Let your advertisement summer vacation The good health lure I I. aglow with bright prospects. t'ntll the Brut Annual' meettng.lb the undersigned will\ file his Anal report

as wish It well and la dotag this be a "mixer;" let It mingle of a city and community has as \ I1'Ntf'Cl'art of the people are oat business of vaM corporation shall IIao with tile Honorable A. E.! Hey- .

let a* sea that Bone bat the beat meaare with the buach. It woa't get lost IB much to do with their success and I of debt oar. mercantile establishments contacted by John B. Roger, who ser County Judge of Dade county,

choesa to maatpalate It. Let the crowd never fear- that I.. If development as y>y thing else We are. elotac a nice baal..... the shall be Prevldf acd Treasurer and Florida and ak for his flaal die T

them be selected woos their quallflcadoBs. It'. well written readable. It win have the health the climate the banking institutions are flourishing L. A. Cooley who shall be vlceprnideat charge aa admlalstrstor of said en-

character *tc. No biased get you acquainted with all the people soil, the enterprise aad a safflclent the farmer 1* doing well. All IB all. and secretary tat*. ,I' :.

prejudiced and lacompeteat or fao- who read the other ad vert .*- amount of the get up and be a doa ODr people are happy contentedend Article {'I. I John Sewed.Admlalatrator.. '

tloaal mea are seeded or waitedfeTrx meats around it." ing plrit- too great people" prosperous." The said corporation shall act at ?! a aS



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T0GHT PACKS THX MIAMI XrntOFUS. FRTT>*T. MAT .!. 1MT.jjcrsonal .


(From Saturday Dally) i

i Last night at the home of hla p.rt'llta ;

J1cw s lJofcs on the corner of 11th street and YOUTOUCH
) the Boulevard Mr. Robert McLendon {
entertained his teacher. Miss Bayou
and the members of the graduatingclass.
A Jolly evening they made of It,

Mlae Hattie and Laura Hodge Mr J. Osborn U DOW employed with' various games music and fun

pent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. C. a> *.ale nian ID the clothing and furnishing generally. Now, that school is out. 1
G Phillip, at Fulford. store of Mr. R. W. Rhode. and school days ended for many of
tllt'm. they felt particularly lighthearted '

Mr.. W. B. Moore ha returned and gay.Refreshments your tongue to
Mr Wade Burch left Satnrlayto
from a visit to friend down on the of fruit punch rakes ; ,
visit the exposition at Jamestown
and confections were served Those {
aDd other points ID Jrtrgtnla.Mr >resent were: ,

---1 I : Mrs. MeUendon. Mr.. Oscar D. ALUM'and
Mr Charles H. Bradley went op toJuklMJo..lllp
*. Marion Bral e7< spent Sunday Tucker Min Baynetin Lula McI I
Sbnda. abort busIness -
on a
with her mother. Mls.E.F.Knowles. : ,Lendonv Miss Katie McLendon. Pope '
and pleasure trip.
.at Lemon CIt,. I I McLendon. Misses Etvith and Eva
Shiner. Miss Eleanor Screven. Miss look in the

Miss Mamie Telrertone. of HaM I Mr. J. M Holden. of Danta, spent I Belo Russell Ml. Selma Fre d-
,Sunday lo the city, the guest of the You can't "
lags It visiting: her Mater Mr* S. lund Mi** Kathleen Quartermann. help t
San Carlo. Miss Isabel _..
) Fred
J( Tolbtrt, on 7th street.
Pine Frank Blanton. John Shlaler. to think of I
Mr. E. Walker left Sunday to ,
Mark Brown. Cecil
Ella Rolf la out agatefrom Watson Hunter
spend come time In the Berkshire the
% recent Ulnew. and in abefct a and Robert McLendon. use
Hill, going later In th..oD to
week the will leave for her home In
fife Iowa her home In New York. MR. ST AnT HEr ER Powders you take : '

Mra. Barrett and little daughter ENTERTAINED right into plainly'I
Mist Elate Hoffman, who baa been :
wltH the Empire Store for sometime Katherine, went up to Lauderdale (From Tuecday' Dall,.)
8nnJa>-. to visit Mr. Barrett'a parents and ruin .
Mr. Stuart your
baa returned to her home In Heyrer entertained last
Michigan I Mr. and Mra. Phil Bryan. night ;at the borne of his p.renla.JodIe' .

and Mr*. Heyser. on Avenue
Mr O Duncan Broaaler and two
B. In honor of his
MIM Janle RoblnMo.wbo has beenTislting friend. Mr. Wil-
Mra. Canton i I children, went up to Arch Creek lie Ellis, who will leave Friday to
her sister
'Sunday to visit the family of berbrotb..r
Jolty his their
Drake for com tin*. win tear for parent at new home In
ber borne In Lake !City. Sunday. Mr. Hudson Burr. Oregon. Mr. Ellis Is one of the most
popular young men In the younger
the members of the Mr. James D. Glrtman will leave society set and has scores of Meudt Say
Last Friday
this morning for Americas, Georgia ':
graduating class, aetompanied byMlaa who regret exceedingly that he so :1
where he will be married to MlsaKate
Carpenter and Mr. Willie EU '. lOOn Is to leave Miami. Game of
Horn, on the ertnlng of Jane various kinds were Indulged In, and
the river on a picnic
-spent the day up
,th Mr. Mott Yarborough at the piano
Furnished good music. During the .
Mr. and :Mrs. E. J. Sweet and' '
latter part of the evening delicious
Saturday forDt'LaIl.l "
Miss Kale Colyer left .Mrs L Beecfaer ant Miss Jane refreshments of cream and cake IA POWDER
From there she will visit i I :
er were passenger on the wens served
her brother I if! Jacksonville for aabort I
time, before proceeding to ber bound train on Sunday O-b.1 Mr. Heyser's guests were: Miss Royal! is made from f.
refined/ Cream
Dome in Butler Mo, Ing to Chicago.Mr. Gladys Lasseter.. Miss Ruth Zelley, pure Grape of Tartar-Costsmore

Mr J. R. Parrott and other offle- E. A. Waddell the well Miss Qnarterman.Catherine Miss Ogle.Katie Miss McLendon.Kathleen than Alum but you have the profit of quality the profit of good health 1

KG Railway are expected known real estat..Ieal.r.. returned Miss Edlih Shlaler.MIss Lillian Craw hw ---% .
lab of the F. the latter part* of the last night on (the steamer Miami ford Mist Eva Sblsler Miss Eleanor! s
down '
from a abort business and pleasure Screven. Miss Selma Freedlnnd
week to go on a tour of Inspectionof trip to Key West.Mlsa Miss Aline Canon Miss Hill. Mr.
extension work la the keys.Mr. .
the Willie Kills Mr. Molt Yarborough -- -- -------- --- ...

Wednesday Cynthia Heth ban resigned Mr. George Holly. Mr. Cecil Watson, Old Blue Stem
B. B. Tatum on a left business trip bet position at tbe K. B. Douglas Mr. Out Geiger Mr. Claude Brown, Orange and Grapefruit TreesWe Type l
for and he Mr. Fred
dry goods store aa moon u Pine. Mr. Robert McLen
Mr, TaUm Is PrMIdent ',
of few day* IJf
located 1* able to travel will take her brother don Mr. Ben Wlllson. Mr. Benton
of flip Keeley Institute Mr. Leon Heth. north for the Dean. Mr. George Fink. Mr. Earl

connected U that city with and the goes"18.on. business benefttDf his health. Smith and Mr Carter Sawyer. have for summer planting a good supply Duke of York J''

Mr. and Mrs-R. J. Peck "d LIttle Missei Maud and Blanche MISS NELSON ENTERTAINED of clean well grown one and two year buds

daughter. Lndll. left CIA Mondayfor J.Horne R. Hone daughter of Deerfleld of Mr..are and spending Mra. (Prom Thursday's Dally) ra all profitable varieties which we sell at Tomato Seed '"A:

the North where vlldtinglfriends a few days with their relative Cosine Wo
months, Mia SaOle Nelson entertained a out prices; guarantee our trees
the summer Mr. J. W. D. Glrtman family .-;;
'aU.&Dd later the Jamestown anti party of her young friend Ut evening
and NOV IITE FLY. Send for Catalogue.
Expolll oa. on *th street at her home on (th street In a .
very delightful manner. Many pleasant ;j
Robert RTtfw.. 1.0 bet Mr. C. P. VanAnglen uperintenJent -! games were engaged In, and every ,
been Mr. 111 for the .*A here for P. Sanford Rosa, one was In the mood to enjoy The Winterhaven Nurseries 4
I '
for tfftn"r'I time dreddng! contractor accompanied the fun. r

In was several oat Sonday day. 'eav.n< Mf'e-eJ al by Mr*. Van Anglen. bat gone to I Daring the latter part of the evening i
Key West on a abort business and Miss Nelson her ia
torecovery. served to
rriapse. He U w>. ''* tea t'ad I WINTERHAVEN, FLORIDA
nol will soon be at his pleasure trip. They are expected to guests delicious strawberry and vanilla '- ;
and Insuiattce oOse*. 1'.1 return next Monday. Ice cream with cake and confections - ----- -' ,
and the merry crowd dltpersed 't
Bradley"! fertlBier are the beet about the hour of midnight ,<
who baa been
Eric Him
some Mr time the faithful' and efficient I For sale by J. )!. Lnmmus Miami.Reretoed Those present were. : Miss Lucy Col Boats For Sale! .

delivery boy for Burdlne A Quartermaa her Mlas Nellie Grew, Miss Aline / -
len Sunday for his new home New Soda Fonta4si Cbaefr. Miss Maidle Tucker Mini I
In Key West to the sincere regretof Tbe Immense new soda fountainof Sallle Nelson. Mr. Water Mr. Wll ,
his employers, aid h't friends.Mr I the Royal Pharmacy which will lie Glenn Mr. Joe Byrd Mr. GII..leDa..I. i-a:

soon be opened In the Fin ley bull John Bewell entertained 1 arrived and son.
lIt street, baa
leg on
and Mrs.
ft. breadth 13 feet 4 feet. 8 tons net.
at dinner a few friends last I Is being placed !a position. This ,

Thursday evening to honor of their fountain la the moat attractive and TENDERED A LAUNCH PARTY Auxiliary Schooner "Nellie" 20 h. p. engine, length '
:' visitor Miss Evelyfl Clark of D aT'I largest In the dty. I* already very scarce by early fall ;
: toot Mr. and Mra. Seweirs guests i (From Tbaracl.,'. Dal'y.) 50 feet breadth 13 feet depth 3 feet. 10 tons net believe there will be
we no genuine :
besides the guest of.bonor.wer : I yon want fert tern, _slUt J. KLnmmua : Mra. H. Price-Willlamt and son. Schooner "Roamer" Length 62 feet breadth 18 feet \
Miss Jane Vernon tendered a launch party to seed on the Market and advise baying -
Gertrude Falllgant. agent fur the old reliable
er Capt. Charles Thompson MI..I a number of young people last night depth 5 feet. 22 tons net your seed now. Wt refer you to
Bradley food t
In the latter's launch the Everglade.
Mr. John Gramllngj- The evening was spent In pleasantries Schooner "Vigilant" Length 47'feet, breadth 12 feet, Mr. J. T. Wofford Hallaodal s

, < Activities In the extension yard Night. Trains Omrded to familiar to tbe younger set depth 4 feet. 8 tons net Fla., aa to the trueness and auper- r"s

here are gradaally .diminishing and 1 For the put several days the and a trip made aa far as Soldier 'lority of our atock. Price subject'
C. Smith about 4 1-2
Schooner "D. tons net
weeks before night trains have been going eat Key and.retam. t'
It will not be many I to change. Oz. 2>c: V lb- 9J cent,
< little nothing doIng crowded with people enronte to other ThoM in the party were Misses
there will be or i 5 Purse Seine Boats. 2 Purse Seines and Fixtures.
except work In tbe shipyard point on business, or leaving for: Eleanor crneD. Gladys Price-Wil H pound S1.75: one pound $150.

I J the most of the operations havingbeen summer vacations. The northern Lame, Florence Price-Wllllama. Al- 5 Stop Net Boats (old). 2 Sets Stop Neat Gear.
transferred from her to the.eentnl travel I* heavier at present than In ; ene Canova. Amy Smith Catherine
supply camp at tie lower any previous corresponding period. :Ogle. Mildred! White Isabelle Garrett Above property can be seen at Punta Gorda, Fla. J. BOLGIANO & SON .
Maude Coachman Selma Freed-

end other of points Upper In Metaenmble the'key: Key. and Honey to loan on improved no e tj.: land Lottie Maynard. Edith Shis- Punta Gorda Ice & Power Company Baltimore Md
Grov let Lillian McGahey. Hattte Carpenter ,
0. S. Amsden, Ooocaamt %
Will and L. Sarah Bayne Mr. Prlee-Wll- .
Messrs. Henry R.. --- -
lams and Mr.Vernon Prtee-WllMama.
Ovmtreet named home last week!: Sew Veranda
Mr. Frank Price-Wlllbma. Gas Geiger -
Homestead country
from the Carpenter are at work today tearing
of Miami where they have been the old veranda and Clauild Brown Earl Smith Willie :1
away pre-I Ellis, Hugh Coachman C.Adams.:
s trucking: the past season. They rsls4 paring to erect a new one In [THE HOMESTEAD NURSERIES
Thomas McGahey, Fred Pine Jas.
realUed good MiamiHardware
< a good crop of tile Smith block corner of IStb '
Smart Heyser and Robert i
the for it.shady, sided consequentlyon street and Avenue C. Other Improvements I'I'HIU. .
Easy street. will also be made to the i

There young men 'expert to retain premises that will enhance Hi appearance 4
3 eo the east coast la the fall and en- and value WANTED RIPE PINEAPPLESWill I
ci jtage la the pineapple Industry. Pay for same In bag, barrelsor If )you want Fancy Citrus Trees call on our

Klaalmmee Valley Oaiette. Aetna dynamite and supplies) for boxes. f. o. b. your station: 10*.
tale by Lummus k SeweO. 1 cent* each; I<* 2 1-% cent each; nurseries. Our trees are as good as can be f
-.:: Miss Pearl Sinclair who baa had 41*. 1 1-4 cent each; 48.. 1-% cent Co.

Charge of the elocution department I each. Defray Canning Company Del- produced: eiery tree warranted exactly as .
at the Miami Conservatory of Mat Improving Beach ReMtrt ray Fla.

alc daring the past season, len for Mr. O. H. Snyder the new manager -I Make special Inducements represented. : Address
:: :::
her home in Charlottesville Va., on of the Miami Ferry Co.. and in Notice of FlBI IMsrhargeIn ;
Tuesday Miss Sinclair mill' read' before charge of the ptjinion at the beach I the County Judges Court. Dade to cash buyers. Fun line

the league ot America at the la busy putting the grounds and I County. Florida.In .
Jamestown Exposition Jan 11. and building at the latter place In thorough re Estate of William Wagner, de

' will teach In the School ot Methods condition. He baa also put U ceased. HARDWARESash M &SON & ROBERTS Homestead FloridaG. ,
there daring July. Her many friend a new and nail line of bathing suits i Public botlce la hereby given that
will be pleased to lean that she will towel, etc.. and will exert hit best on December Cth 1)07 the undersigned .t
return to the Conservatory next seaton. efforts. to serve and please the patrons win file hf,* final report with and Doors
of this popular resort Mr. ,
the Honorable A. E. Heyser. county
Snyder will also carry a fill line of JnJge: of Dade County Florida c

Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Kicks returned ice cold drink .reasonable price and ask for hi* Seal! discharge aa StndebakerWagons t.hf

.)t, Wednesday night from -Miami administrator of said estate.
,'\ .where they were called a few days Order a CAM ot soft .trt..b enver" Frederick 8 .Morse. C. MATTHAMS, Prta. T. V. MOORE. See.

ago by telegram 14 attend the or shipped to you by the Miami Bott- Executor.DON'T +
The Miami
.- wide of their nephew Ben bed-I tag Works MfjV, Miami fU. .a See or L P. PORCHER CRDTCHFIZLD 6 WOOLFOLK c

" Dr. Hicks reports that they Hardware Company Gen. Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agt r
"him la a very low state *f health; FORGETTO
Rain Relieve Key Residents
from the effect of which he was WHOLESALE AND RETAILIrrigation
The recent' rains have

,; before they left. Ben has a host several month
paint who would
e oor friends here who hope he win
. soon be up and about ..pln.1Oe1 have been upon sufference had not
simmee Valley Oasett i the official of the F. E. C. Railway KODAKonoor Pineapple Growers' AssociationWe
I If supplied them with water from their !
bare, which are\towt'd up and
f Fletcher :' down the route of the extension fur- I I are prepared to sell your pines F. O. B.. in transit

" pound daughter at Daytona, on Saturday -' Mshlng the vartout \ stations and vacation market or export: We are your Sale Agent, not .peculator r

the SSth The friends of camp with water. Now that several An sizes at on your fruit or buyer wishing to get jour fruit aa cheap
Fletcher good ralnybave fallen cistern aa possible .:
. Mr and Mrs. win rejoice
- with them over the arrival of the are full. again ". 4 the situation relieved at I to can tM now capacity clre definite of pumping Information engine This' Association ia the grower organisation, for tbe + }f,

little heiress ttaf'7Mtal well for either the "Skin grower protection and intereat The grower ia safeguarded
known Ivere. Mrs Fletcher spendinga necessary by the ctanding of its officer and amenta. Shipping.tndllor t ;
ner" of irrigation. -
MAP OF DU K: oonmr or sprinkle systems i
portion of last tin with her sis I Let me quote a price for an tamp and snipping book furnished by uen'ral Agent. ;
. ter. Miss Nealle )Miller and brother.Mr Send ( cents In pottage and we outfit delivered' at freight dent ormet
:'- H Ollie Miller In this city MrFletcher will mall you a map of Dade county
r I ap In running Pipe Watch this space for information as to
Is the missionary Cuba t-hovlng townships action, villages *ale at wholesale prlct* Witdmllli.stetla I, .
of the M E. Church South and and cities railroad and rock road towers. tank, aeetrllne gas results and market conditionsr

preached I" the lOUt- church when 'from Palm Beach to Homeat.a4.Xtaml generators Th hero last taD. Metropolis Miami Fla. engineer Miami Fla.



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T And Notions has been Purchased f r IA'4

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This tremendous stock was bought to meet the requirements of our ,
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1 I I GREAT BOOMERANG SALEIt 1 1I rr o1rgr ,

makes no difference what the goods cost, they will all go at the remarkable reduction at which
every article is marked throughout the store. We intend to make this the ,*
?J greatest event of its kind ever held in this city.

a w Sale Begins on Saturday, June 1st, 1907 ij:

i And ends on Saturday, June 15, 1907 1'..,.

Store will be closed two days Thursday and Friday, May 30 and 31, to arrange goods and prepare prices for this sale. j
4 Doors will open promptly at 8 o'clock a.m.; ,Saturday June 1st. To each of the first 10 lady customers on our opening day
.Mr whose.purchase amounts to two dollars or more we will present a beauttfullawn shirt waist Pattern free! Come early and "
secure;,the prize offered. We will also give away t- on each of the following days. ):

Tuesday, June 4th, the first ten customers whose purchase amounts to $2.00, one lawn waist pattern, free. .
I'': Thursday, June 6th, the first ten customers whose purchase amounts to $2.00, one lawn waist pattern, free. .5
: Saturday, June 8th, the first ten customers whose purchase amounts to $2.00. one lawn waist pattern, free. r
Monday, June 10th; the first ten customers whose purchase amounts to $2.00, one lawn waist pattern, free. *

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Large quantities of goods have arrived during the past few days and we are now ready for the greatest demonstration ever experienced in ;
the dry goods circle. Everybody invited. Goods delivered to all parts of the city, Iree.I .
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Truthfulness and honesty will always reap its own Reward

This is the Standard motto of

: The Empire Dry Goods Store t'J

Read these items we have thousands of others too numerous to mention ,

: $25,000 Worth of New Merchandise Will be Distributed i=k



s DressJGoods) Miscellaneous I Blankets, Comforts and Spreads I "

. $1.(6 value 2C In wide peas. d* pole blk. silk boomerang price ,..38 I ''VIt
7k value per doteD all linen napkins boomerang price..59e $5 00 value wool blaaket. boomerang price . . . 934T7 ; y
. $1.36 Talae 14 Inch wide taffeta blk. silk, boomerang price. INk:
$1.60 value per Joren all linen napKlni. boomerang price. ....111 $176 value heavy cotton blanket, boomerang
'76c Talae 34 Inch wide Jap blk. ulk, boomerang price . S9c pr'ce,91.10
$2.50 value pet down all linen napkins, boomerang price ....:* $(.00 value Eiderdown Comfort,
. .. . boomerang prk..ts.U t.I
fOe Talue Mercerised Plaid, boomerang price 2 e2Sc
lOc value Unbleacted\ : Scrim, boomerang price. . . . .*s $1.75 value cotton padded comfort, boomerang '
. . . . price.$126 :
value Fancy Lawn, boomerang price 19c20e 40e value Bole. Blouses. boomerang price . . . . .** $1.50 slue UaraalUe Bed Spread, ,
. . . .. . boomerang price.i3.79
aloe Fancy Lawn boomerang price le f
lie value Boy Blouses. boomerang price . . ... . .Ule $2.21 Tali No. 24 BeJ Spread., boomerang
12 l-2e valve India Linen boomerang pnce..O' price.,91.
lie Talae India Linen, boomeraag price . . . . .14SOe lie value value Men bleached White and fancy bdkf boomerang prlce..1Ijc11.21i $2.00 value No. 22 Bed Spread., boomerang price . . 91.30 "

Taln India Linen, boomerang price. . . . . .24$5c $...0 value bleached pure linen damask, boomerang price .M>e $LSS salve No. 1 Bed Spread, boomerang price. :. . .. .80* .t
mercerised .
damiak price. 09e75c .1
Talo Persian Lawn (U lube wide), boomerang price. ..2426e -- -- -" - -- --- -.- .
value Floor Rugs, --
hUt .
boomerang price . . .S9e
value Dotted Swis. boomerang price . . . . .18e $2.00 Floor RttfE .
30x14. boomerang price . . .. .(We Mens Shoes
lOc Talue check . . . . .?
Nainsook boomerang" price e20e $2.00 Floor Rags,
21x72. boomerang price . . . .91-49
valet Check aineook.boomeraag: $2.00 value ladle hand bag, boomtarng putt . . . .Me12.SO $1.50 value Romeo Oxford, boomerang price . . .91.29
SSc value Irish LI... . . .
Suiting boomerang price 29e2S ladle Hand Bag, boomerang price. . . . ...... II.SO value Romeo Oxford, boomerang price.$1..4
Talae Linen'Finish . .. . ..
Salting boomerang; price. lOc $200 ladles Hand Bag, boomerang price . . . . ....M $200 value whit canvas oxford, boomerang price .. .. ......
ISe Tala. Beigt . .. . .
EalUtg. boomerang price 9e
$2.75 TaUe Umbrellas boomerang price. . . . . $2.00 value whit .
91.89 canTaa high top, boomerang price . .$144
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Ik Tln Fancy Voile Salting boomerang price .24e $2 SO value drew ault cases boomerang price . . . ...... $200 value high 'toP. boomerang price./. . . . . ...... 13
$1.50 vales black and ) boomerang price.$1.19 4e
IUTT Tala pool cotton (200 )ardi) boomerang prloe.k $2.SO value h'gh top. boomerang price . . . .9X19S3 .
11." .&1.. black B1'11Uuuai. boomerang price .. . .SOe Se'cl.e brua pine, boomerang . . .
price . . .Se 00 Talae high and low Quarter boomerang price.Rt40 F r
II.'. .&1.* plaid BrflUanUne. boomerang price. . . . .60c lOc value Plan,
Safty different slue, boomerang price . .4e2e $2.50 value high and low 1
quarter boomerang
SOc 811k Finish Lnstf boomerang price. . . . . 9e20c value Hair '2 price.$2.30
bunches) boomerang price ... . 1e $4.00 value high and low quarter, boomerang
r Talue P. K. WhIU. boomerang price . . . .... .14e7Sc lOc i Prlc..f2.18
value pare1 Pearl
buttons bnomernnR . . . .50 value
value embroidered .S...., boomerang price .4e high and low quarter boomerang price . 93.49
JSc Time
elk Tain White Volte, boomerang price . . . .. lOc t value ladle fancy collor, (various styles) boomerang pirce 24c $5.00 value high and low quarter boomerang price.$3.06 ;,
Llnene Toweling, boomerang price.. . . . ... .Ac ".00 value high and law quarter boomerang price . .9449
tee vale White Mercerised Batiste, boomerang pne..Beefee 40e value Linen Damaak. boomerang price . . . .2De **l
Talue Fancy Plaid Lawn, boomeraag price . . .. .2De $2,00 value ladies While Parunl. boomerang r.
$2.SO value ladies White Parasol boomerang price . .9229 Mens Hall Hose
Ladies Underwear $4 00 value Ladle Whit Parasol boomerang priea..t2.M W

IS.00 value Ladle Whit Parasol boomerang price.$3.40 lie value black half hoae. boomerang price . . . 10* #

lie value Skirt (lace aJ Insertion), boomerang price..59c $(.00 value Ladle Fancy Parasol, boomerang price.$3.06 20c value fancy, boomerang price . . . . . 17e

$1.26 Talae skirt (lac* and tnisertion,) boomerang price. ... .ftOe $10.00 value Ladies Fancy Parasol boomerang price. . ."' .98 Z5c value black and fancy boomerang>> price . . ... . 19c40c '

".n value Chemise, boomerang price. . .. .. .. . Mte value black and fancy boomerang price. . . . X9c
$1 76 vat.e Skirt. boomerang '08.0'': :*. . . . .. .,..28 SOe value fancy boomerang price . . . . . .>9c75c

$2.00 valve Skirt boomerang price.. . . . . . ...... Ladies and Childrens Shoes value fancy, boomerang price . . . . .laic 1
76c value Gown. boomerang .

11." Talae Gown, boomerangBrio*. . . . . . 79c $1.50 value ladle high top shoes. boomerang pnc . 91.IK

$175 value Gown, boomerang'prlo:{ . . . . . ....ID $2.00 value ladles high top shoes, boomerang price . .91.us Men's Wear

$2.00 Tala Gown, boomerang price. . :. . . . .'1.:8 $500 value ladle h'gh top shoes. boomeraag price. . .W2.1M I 'i7
60c<< value Corset Coven, boomerang price . .. .. . S4c 11.50 value lades rlcl Oxford, boomerang price. . . ......11 $300 value mesa talk pongee shirt&. boooMraa? pr1a..i1.06 4
Sic Talae Drawer boomerang price. . . .. :.. .43c $2.SO value UdV! viet Oxford, boomerang p lce..1" $1.50 and 1125 value negligee!:
76c value Drawers, boomerang price . . . . . .o9eSe $300 'value ladle! net Oxford, boomerang price. . .. .* .$ $1.00 value negligee *brt! boomerang price . . ? ..69e76c

Drawer, boomeraBg piles. . . . . . . 9e $1.00 value children thoe, boomerang price. . . . 7sc value negligee shirts boom -raag'pr'ce. . . . . .3-.cc
".25 Talae Drawers boomerang price . . . .. . .K9c $1.25 'value children shoes, boomerang price. . . .. .OSc SOc value blue chambray work shirts boomerang prke..aec ,

Sic value children"" drawer, boomeraag price. . . ... .0.: I.2S value "V' shoes boomerang price . . . . .DMr 75e value Suspender, boomerang price. . . . .4Me2Sc $

12 l-2e valve Ladle Vest boomerang> prlce..O': $2.00 boa .hoe*. boomerang price. . . . .. . .91 :* and 2Sc value Suspenders boomerang price . . . .:Ie.

ISe value Ladle "Nt,.boomeranK prlc*. .. . . .. .lie $1.50 vain boy shoes, boomerang price. . . . . .9I>'> 75e value Four In HanJ Tie, boomeranf price . . . 4ftc

lie Tala. Ladle Vest, boomerang price. .. . ... . .*4e $1.00 value boy hov*, boomerang price . . . . .9il'- SOc valve Foar In Hand Tie, boomerang price . ; . .29c7Se t

-. ".5' value Ladle Mnslln Skirt, boomerang prtc*.. . .'1.10 $2.00 value ladles whit mantas Oxford, boomerang price .'.:'ID Talae Mans Undenhlrt. boomerang price. . . . Me "

F', $3.25 valve Ladle Skirt boomeraag price ... . . .. .tO.49 $2.(0 value ladle whit canvas Oxford, boomerang price. .a I.". SOc value Hena Underahlrt boomerang price. . . . c35c jai

lie TJO Mulim Drawer boomerang prtc. .. . . ..ac $1.SO value ladle wh'U! canvas oxfords boomerang price U.tO>> value men nnderahlrU, boomerang price. . . . .S4

$1.25 Tlo ladle black PeUicId-, boomerang price. ] ."Dcl1.n SOc valve Elastic Seam Drawer, boomerang price. . . .39e i f
? .&1.. Ladle Coroet (sapportera att.. boomerang price. Me Ginghams Chambrays Percales and lOc value men white and fancy border hdkt, toomerang price 8e
7S. Ladle Covet boomerang pric. . .'. . . . .:"We Calicoes7c

A lee val lac and Insertion boomerang Price . . . . .AclOe value Calicoes boomerang price. . . . .. .. . ..V
;; value Torchon Lace and insertion, boomerang price . .nr 12 1-tc Chambray. boomerang price .. . . . .lic"c : Mens and boys felt and straw bats and caps ;
lie valve embroidery and Insertion . . .. .. .. ... value Check1/ Apron Olrgham.
19c boomerang J>rlc .. . . ..V n." value men felt bat, boomerang price . . . ...
lie valve plain and 'fancy, Ribbon (all coin), boomerang pric*. .OSc Se Tain Check Apron Gingham, boomerang price . . .?e18c $2.SO value men felt hat, boomerang price. . . . .9141
lie Talae plaia and fancy riebon tall colon) boomerang price. .1e Fancy Drea Gingham, boomerang price . .. . .13c<< $1.SO value men tailor (Milan Straw), boomerang price .9349 r {
lie 4-4 Percale (Skirting) boomerang prlc.. . . . 12o $2.50 value men Braid (Milan btraw) boomerang Ir?
price. 9141
ladies Waists Skirts Etc. tOe valve 3-4 Percale, boomerang price . . . . .NT $1.00 value Boy straw hat, boomerang price. . . . 69e

75e and 8Sc men and boy golf and yacht cap., boomerang prtce49e

Tie Talae ladle white Ian hlrt waists' boomerang price. .Ctfe Ladies and Childrens Hose Etc SOc men and boys golf and yacht cap, boomerang price . .29 e {

.. $1.60 ..1.. Udle white lawn .thlrt wait, boomerang price. .0Me lid value ladled blk and why lace hose,
$2.SO value lade white lawn fchirt waist, boomerang price........ lie value ladle bk! and wht. lace boomerang prlce.o.: Mens Trousers
f 2.50 value ladles whit lawn shirt boomerang price. Iflc
uauU boomerang price. ...... tic valve ladle blk and wht lace hose
boomerang .
6:00 Udle white shirt waist nalta, boomerang prtee..ta.D8 25 valve children white hose an alee, boomerang price.price. :;* $100 value men pantaloon. boomerang price: . . . We +
$7.09 ladle whit 19c
shirt waist!
boomerang price..5.96 lIe value children<< white hose all .11eII. boomerang $1.25 value men pantaloon, boomerang pHee.-.c {

an.oo. Talae ladle whit' shirt waist! *uit*. boomerang price. 97M SOc valve ladle 4>o e supporters, boomerang price price..I2c. . .2Oc: $1.60 value mesa pantaloon, boomerang price . . ..... :,
$$ '0 value IHe white brtllUntme skirt, boomerang prioe. .'SJS6 15e valve ml*>e* and children supporters boomerang price $200 value men' pantaloon, boomerang price. . . .,..as .
$$.00 value ladies Cloth skirts, boon:enng price.$1.9 irk: $2.50 value men pantaloon, boomerang price. . . .9144 {

".It value plaid cloth, skirts, boomerang price..92A6 $3 50 value men pantaloon, boomerang price . . .9349
n." value roll skirt. boomerang price . . . . .94.9ft Sheets Pillow Cases and ".00 value mesa pantalnon. boomerang price.$2.06 t y

$10.00 value ladle grey Pansra ..klrt*. boomerang price .93 AM Towels $5.00 value men pantalonna. boomerang price . . .. .ta..*

---.n..00 valve ladles white India LJnon skirts boomerang price. .'I.IM lIe value hack towel. 19x31! In. boomerang price.l., . . lie $650 value men pantalopn boomerang price. . . ..,...
'$...u value Udie white India Ltnou skirts boomerang pric*. .$ .f'8 lie value hack towels 22x44 inches. boomerang price. . 13e $7.00 value men pantaloon, boomerang price . . .., DM

tie value bleached bath towles. boomerang price . . I7c ---

ISe Talae unbleached bath towels boomerang price. . . .Or
r Muslins lie value pillow ca..., boomerang price . . . . lot I Boys Knee Pants

20c value pillow caan. boomerang price . . . . .
I" 7 12c value 2-4 wide Bleached<<: ilimlla. Boomerang &Ie..ee He I tar;; value io\e pants, boomerang priceSOc . . . . ilk
g&e valve bed theeta (double . .
) . . .
'. k value 7-' wide bleached Mtilln. boomerang ule. . . 7e 49c value boss punt, boomerang price . . . . 9k i
$1,00 bed sheet' (double) boomer.ingp rice . . . .
t 12 l-2c value 4-1 wUe bleached muslin, boooterang sale. . lOc Tile i 75r value bojri pant., boomerang price . . . Ale
".U bed sheets' (double .
) .
boomerang price . .
H.V: :7I $1 :50 value toys knee: pants, buomeiang price . . . 9I.UH 7r

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This sale applies to every article in our store without reserve 9b l


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fetei 4nm


.. etc THE MIAMI JOTIUpouFRIP.'Y.. MAT '1. 19VT. four PADDI



; Palm Beach, to C. N. Newcomb' 4f-
$175, lot 4. block U. .

Pltrhford. for $200, 10 acre In Section G I
27, tp. S3 south, range 41 east. !
Warranty deed; G. W. Keith to a.
Fannie Keith for SlIt. 50. 1 7>-100 I J' j

Java A. Rocs Regains Second Place in District If o. 1 With MU acres In section *, tp. 4$ south.range J
41 east. I 1

Zelley Still in the Lead-Mis Jones Leads in District Ho. 2 By Warranty deed; S. Brlnson et al to
0. W. Keith for $125, block 114. The {

81 Votes-Heary Vote Expected Tomorrow.For Delray. ,
Warranty deed; J. B. Wofford to : ""I
H. R. Kepperley et al for I7SO. 50

acres In Section 22. tp. 51. south { 3 Tools
range 42 east. w j ;
the firm time since the Metroplla I morrow noon there will be several Warranty deed; M. D. L. Tifft et I
Jamestown Exposition: contest 'changes In the standing of the con- UX to W. N. Albnry. ",OliO lot 18,
was leant d. there were leu ,itestants In both districts and that block 78 north Miami.
than ten thousand votta rut for .. vole will be very heavy. Warranty deed; C. H. Raulersonet fV of Quality
i day the amount being C.hCT. tb..I'h.FolioIng: la the standing of the ax to W. R. Sander for U.500
For the fifth time. Miss Java (' ,. In both districts' r.p to 1-2 lot 1, 2. all of 1, 18. 11, 2*,.
ROM has regained; second place In Cre o'clock! yesterday afternoon block 1. north, Miami.
the race la District No. 1. and today I IHntnrt \... 1. Deed; Boston and Florida A. C. Kern K utter Tools are in every raw

I bold second place by 52 voter The I| Miami and Suburbs Land Co., to N. A. Fruit Co., for made of the best steel obtainable and
i race between Miss Rosa and Hint Visa Anna D. Zelley . as.on ISO, lots (, 7. 8, block 29, Halland- '
Godson has thus far been the most Miss Jon A. Rots . . SS.OSt are made by thoroughly expert tool-maker
Interesting aspect of the contest in I Miss Mabel L. Godson . SS.OO ale.Deed! F. E. C. Railway Co.. to Throughout the whole line of these tools will

this district from the fact-that pea.IT Miss Grace Phelps . . 21,774 N. A. Fruit Company., for $4>.88. be found the same sterling' quaHrjr-"the quality .
each day they hire changed po- Miss Hattie Hodge; . 20.C4S 1 1-2 acres In Section 14, tp. 51 south ,
rlttona.Mica. Mia Maude Brickell . 11.91C range 42 east.Mortgage .
Zelley continues to make Mia Eleanor Mill . 11.72 ; ; ; A. A. Rousseau to L.
gains in Sclent to keep her In rust Miss Bcsvle Faller . ..18.41'p Tedder for 1100.Warranty .
[. although several time there !Miss Maldle Tucker . . 1.41'laue deed; Jessie B. Macdonald iiiN\KurrtR\
beep bat few votes difference' Miss Olad>a Brown . .. 1,171 and hatband to W. C.Stab- h}
la Mtft Kettey'a standing, and that IHMrict !Ii... 3 blefleld for $a. lots 4 and 7, block
of the ladle alternating la second (All of Dade County outside of MI- 10. Ed Peni'a homeateaj. I
place amt anJ Suburbs) Quit claim deed; P. W. White to '
s Miss Mollie Jone of Dads littlll Mia Mollle Jonca. Danla ".081 W. H. H. Oteason. TOOLS ;
In the lead Id District No. I, bat Miss Grace V. Miller. Test Palm Quit Claim Deed; R. Welborn et
by a very mall m.U'ctn11 TOteaabe Beach .. .- . ".008 ,ax to Faanle C. Comstock. .
d of Miss Grace V. Stiller of Miss Louise King; Fort Lauder Warranty JeedPerrlne; Grant Land J
West Paint Beach. dale . . . . .015 Co.. to F. E. C. Railway Co.. for IW !wIdar AH Km Kunrr Hatrh.. sand
It la expected that at the count to- Mlaa, Beetle Boas. Homestead 5.51 S3.11S. 220 acres In section 21, tp. I e Am are wsdgcd lOiel the GMhwr

IS. south, range 40 east.Warranty Patent Wedge which prevents the f

dyed Fort Dallas Land hex ever flying of or working lout, .it
Great Boomerang Sale Now On By Co. to Elisabeth O. Dorn for $J75, and are sharpened ready fur...*. Tin .I
lots 1*. 20 block 28 south Miami.
Keen Kuttcr Trajcraarl
coven a core-

-; The Empire Dry Goods. Store Here T.Warranty Hicks t't..1 deed for $1 Mary 14 acres NIto in sec R. ,.... line of luob aaj cut Wry. Sold by

tion 2S. tp. 52 south range 41 cast
:) Warranty deed L. 8. Rader et ax
I to Ida Grace Radt r, $1. lot 1. block ) 1j
Great Bargains Are Offered on Every Article Carried In Stock Which Will 1, Bay View addition to Miami. I j

Satisfaction of Mortgage TropicalHome
Wholesale Prices. .Bit Ad in Metropolis ;
Btf Sold Lover Than I Improvement Co. to Jerry W. '\

Finder, same to Pierce R. Tnrtoaa. I
Chattel Mortgage; Henry Meadorto

: ; To those who nave neglected tosupply'themselves Icing the necessity of "trimming L. D. Lockwood. $100.
'I In any and all down their Immense stock: la the Lot Contract. K. F. Boss et ax to
; shortest space .f time, are BOW of Elmer W. Lott
; kinds of dry good, notions etc., I I feting to the public some excellent I Lease; Cb.... H. Bradley to M..7.I.1
a fine opportunity la now offered the bargains, aa Is shows by their large I:Tarbo rough.

public to do so by the Empire Dry Illustrated advertisement appearing Assignment of Mortgage S. W. II
U la another part of the afetropolla. I Brown to James T. Sandera. u true
Cooda More. which :
The bargains offered are too aa.i ,
what I* known aa a "Boomerang 'eroua' to allow a lengthy; wrlte-ap i tee.Notary Commission. State of Florida

Sale" aid IB which they are offeringall here, consequently, we Invite your to Wilfred R. Lt IAb. F. T. BUDGE
good carried In stock at leasthan perusal of rt All the articles therein -I Warranty deed. Henry Mills et ax I

r wholesale price. mentioned are bargains and yon to Robert Parton. north half lot
will be sure to find something block I. Fort Landerdale.
This -concern. U one of Miami's I will not only be Interesting but pro-I Quit Claim Deed. W. H. H. .1.1 ,

largest.. 'dry cooct.1oa- real- fitable to you. oa et ax to P. W. White. .
-- Warranty deed S. Al. A ,
PINEAPPLES AXDWATKRMELONS CI/1MNO KXKRCISF8 to Leonard Grace for $300. 10 acreal

< ARE OF KIM>KKGAKTKSCHOOL! Iin<, Section. 2, tp. SI. south range 42iaat. '" Hardware and Furniture.. Twelfth Street, MiamiGriffihg's

Warranty deed; J. B. Wofford to
K_ Moving la Quantities to the tFrom Friday's Dally) I Henry Gelgea et al. $10. 10 acres I

\flrthen Markets This morning after a most successful la Sea 22, tp. SI, south range 42 I

terra, the Kindergarten; with east. |
MM Gertrude Fajligaat as principaland Satisfaction of mortgage.; Sarah G. ', ---
At tike rate of about five earloadiby Miss Jane Beecaer. as assistant, Olesson to Wm. H. H. Gleason et
abort three or four I
rail and closed. A large number of parents si. I
;, thonaaad eater by the Clyde line j,and Interested friends were preseat Warranty deed, Fred Andrews by
Florida pineapples are now moving Ito witness the closing exercises.: The A. P. Andrews, attorney In fact to I T
t t to the eastern and western order of i the program was aa follows Harriet E. Worronck. for $.gOO.
where they are la great demand says : parts sections 1 and 2. tp. IS soata, l
Tlawa-Cnloa. >
the Good Morning. range 41 east. I
+.,, While the movement o' March led by Helen: Jackson and Sheriffs deedJohn Frohock. sheriff -
e trait at proaeat Is oonsHered' by Anna Mae Oowia. of Dade county, to Model Land ,
railroad; mea as very light; by June Songs aid rymthm work. Co.
t 1. It will be doable what It Is at Physical culture exercises. Deed F. E. C. Railway Co. tot I
prevent' and rhea the season of Games.Goodbye.. O. A. Muller for $150. 10 IiC""I'"
C choice pines will be oo In earnest ,la section 22, tp. S3 south range; 41 1

K. P< Porcher general agent of lb. Miss Falllgant; and Miss Beecherare
Indian' River and Lake Worth Pine- particularly gifted In this Una east.Assignment of Interest Robert
apple Growers' Association has eetabtlahed of .work and have woa the fervent Busby to Mrs. Edna Busby. Grapefruit and
aa office la Booth' Jacksonville love of all the children under their Bill of sale M. J. Matheson to .
lit the Florida Cast Coast Railway ('care and the sincere appreciationof Dade Dredge Co.. one dredge.;
I freight yards, where he can keep- the parents of these little folks. : Notary commission State of Florida
la touch with the movement of pineapples to Oscar T. Conkllu. i Ii
during the present season. orlmll.l'i Warranty deed. Joseph T. Prow
Dr. Mrs. W. 8.
l The fruit aa sees la the local markets et ax to J. H. Flowers for '. '5. lot Orange TreesPlanted
have moved from the South "
IB excellent and 1s bringing a B, 1 block 32. Frow's homevt-,1.Mortgage .
to the Bradley residence on Twelfthstreet.
good price. ; Lanr HoveUnrd to
Their home on the south side
Cantaloupe are moving slowly stprevent DaJe Count Security Co for IS00.HcUtka .
of wateratelon0 Is to rent.
aad ODe carload

? prosper have arc gone exceedingly out already.bright,The for i i Their SeUries RainedThe Cured of' After Torture.For Twenty. Tears. at the beginning of the summer RA1NV SEASON will put on full sea-

a a excellent Season of cantaloupes salaries of all the higherclerCa sons growth as the trees are perfectly matured. after a long period of rest through
;r watermelons and pines. Borne peaches la freight department .of more than twenty years the and will make
by i the F. Railway here have J. B. M..IIPJ.oI 1322 CJlnton;} stret. .dry season rapid growth during the remainder of the year.
are moving express.
raised. Minn., was torturedby
carload of watermel- len substantially Minneapolis.
Friday one
sciatica. The pain and suffering
moved oat from Lady Lake la
one which he endured during this timeIs We
Summer Planting
IwtkecouatT, declined for Jersey DO TOC LOVK Nothing
beyond comprehension.!
it City: and daring the week' two carloads
him permanent relief un
gave: any i
ii of cantaloupe have your baby? You wonder why be :til he used Chamberlain's Pain 1 1I. and Guarantee
tat from Reddlrk. Marlon county. Satisfaction.Our
cries. Buy a bottle of Whit*. Balm. One application of that liniment .
i Cream Vermifuge and he will never ,I. relieved the pain and made ,
Te KeaMliute -a ManrOn try. Moat babies have 'worms' and sleep and rest possible and less than
i 'Wednesday. June '. a aJIIiary the mothers don't know It White's :one bottle has effected permanentcure. guarantee is worth something to tree planters and our prices are reisonable.

I election will be.hild for the purpose Cream Vermifuge rids the child of ; If troubled with sciatica or I We grow large blocks of the very best varieties of
.t MMniBSttag a major In the second worms sad cleanaout. Its system. I rheumatism why not try a 26- ,7, battalleti. Sefond Infantry. F. S. In a pleasant wa,. Every mother i bottle of Pain Balm and see for

T.. By which date the vote of all should keep a bottle of this medicineIn yourself bow quickly It relieves the I Standard Honda and Seedless which
officer qualified to vote In such election the house. With It, fear need pain. For sale by Biscayne Drug Grapefruit, are bringing the

: toast be,, tiled with Major CalebR. never enter her mind. Pries I&c. Company. in the market. Also
highest prices full
a assortment of! lead
Lftyton larpertor' of the election. Sold by BIscayne Drag Co.1XDIGE8TION I

1., at to Gainesville.bo voted upon Those for offlcera major el'glble In the I A cure may Sore be' Nipples effected by applying ing Oranges, Lemons, Limes and Kumquats always [lot

: secoad: battaBon are Capt James F. Chamberlain's Salve as soon ss has We bud Lemon
of Company L Capt. Samuel on Rough Sour Orange
,t;i Judos ; With Its companion, heart barn .the child Is done nursing.. Wipe It ,
J. Wolfe. Company I; Capt J. flatulence, of the liver
torpidity toostlpatloa. !off with a soft cloth before allowingthe
.' Donald C. Morrla. Company K. aidCaps palpitation of the heart. : child to nurse. Many trained !i
and lets Root We
Edward J. Johnaon. CompanyD. Grapfrait have Large "arteries' Our arteries are J
blood headache and absolutely
t poor nerv- 'nurses use this salve with the best I
Should ;aiajor Schuller and Major oars sallow all of which have their advantages on the Red Lands of the
( symptoms akin foul results. Price 25 cents per .box.I free from plate fly aad as
rarVlaaoa gasify and be commiastoped tongue. offensive breath sad a legIon 'Sold when planted upon
by Biscayne Drug Companyand
before the date of election.they I(I Homestead Country also oa there la no White Fly la Dadeor
of other al
1' mean, ta at once the all druggist land to which they are best
". will also, be eligible to a vote. I most widespread and destructive* We high hammock land agar Fa 1- St. Lucle Counties,
sdapted. especially recommend you
i Joha B. ParMa c-a Is at present ma'ady the American : ford and high land
among people. NOTICE TO pine
CREDITORSt I Soar Boots, take ao risk
( of the second battalion. Second 1 Orange la buying oar
The Heroine I
treatment will care ah near Miami and Lemon City.
Regiment aid It I* la view nthis I these troubles. hoc a botUe. Bold Jadce.8tMel for producing the best quality trees There Is danger ta
elevation to the lleut-colonelcy In Court of the County Also on the Indian River near
. ,) by BUcayne Drag Co. of Oranges and we take pleasare -
i that the election has been called. of Florida Dade county Fort Pierce and are therefore brisgiag trees from other seetlons -
la Estate of Moffat la advising oar patron
f re M.Uld..A. In position to farnlsh trees of the state where
Not If as Rich ae Rockefeller. this
Wonderful Eesesna Care To all creditor, legatees; distribu who are la 40ubt0 the
1 i tees and all persons having claims kind of roots best adapted to best adapted to different soils dreaded pest to generally
If yon had all the wealth of Rockefeller
their PARTICULAR SOIL. and locations.
.t 'i "Oar little boy had edema for flveyears the Standard on or demands against said estate: distributed.
Adam. Henr. magnate Toa and each of
writes N. yon are hereby
I )rov could not buy a better medicineor
' etta Pa. "Two of oar home doctors bowel complaints than Cbatnoeraia's notified and required to present any
", saM the ease was hopeless his langs Colic. Cholera claims and demands which you or
I and Diarrhoea We also
affected We then employed either of have grow B toll line of
f' betas Remedy. The most eminent physician you may against the Griffing'sPom.ona
. ', ether doctors bat BO benefit rest'ted.By I can not prescribe a better prep- estate of Matilda A. Moffat deceased Fruit awl OnumeMal tree

..t jeha.ee'we read about KlertrlcBltiera !: atlon for colds sad diarrhoea, both late of Dade runty. Florida, to Plants, best adapted to South *
.z ; bought a bottle and son. I for children and adults. The the undersigned administratrix of
nntlred Improvement We continned !form success of this remedy aDI-I' said estate within two years from NurseriesWholesale Florida, which are tally .*. |

.J this medicine until several bottles t!shown U to be superior to all the date hereof. I scribed In our large IPae-
> were used when our boy was et>mptetely i It never tails, and when reduced Dated Miami Fla., November
\ csured-" Best of all blood i with water and sweetened, ta pleassat A. P. 1SOC. 11'1 traed catalogue, mailed free

i nte4lciaes and bdy budding. ea.ttlll] to take. Every family stouts Jennie A. Brassier.IdmlnlstratrU and Retail. Phone 129-E upon ippllcatloa.ra" .
\. tookto -*. O."natee4.t.n ...:1\1..cs I tt be supplied with It gold by Blaa1 u of the estate of I
,.,.t.. t Drug Co. Matilda A. Moffat. deceased I

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IUI" JrLUU' 1WrLD. FRIDAY. MAr g1, 1 0x. .

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.i Jhc Professions ''I,I (COUNTY (JORR[SPONDENE.I() Mu& be cast before noon, June 15

ATTORNEYS ,AT LAW I Hall that bis leg Is Improving 1 VOTE r
Growth and Pluck
that he will be able to return to DelF ine Tomatoes Were

ray early' next month to take up his

WILLIAM wALLIS EKWINTTowiriwcowrmOf of Homestead duties as agent for the F. h.: C. JAMESTOWN '
Busy Railway Co. Shipped From Boynton EXPOSITION BALLOT '

AT uw intoucrrot Miss Cherry, sister of Mrs. Chas. /

n CUNCOTg Ward Is visiting h.re and assisting |

Homestead' Mar 24- Mr. E.Car hi n. Ward In caring for Rev Mr.Ward Metropolis Contest -f
az w rnm I1rMI who Is seriously ill Boynton Fla., May 24- The pineapple
ftDIu.. 1Iq. .... (1111/. ter. of Uniting, Fla., ... a recent There Is season commenced this weekand ,
a convention of colored
rtvltor here In quest of a home-
preachers in Delray todav. the probably last until the lOh.
I Mead If successful In getting a -
>r. ATDKCOH, hometead. )(r. Carter and his bride lea mt'd of. the .convention not bent; will of June have when been the harvested bulk of the Nearly crop CONTEST EDITOI-PlcsM cut one btu for____________ s
$ I will make their home heie.
)lr. T. J. Haycood haspeft Flor- |nil growers of pineapple mill have
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Recent visitors from; Homestead a heavy fall crop this
Ida for the year.
noetel swiss *IV B t* ......,....sg ...eawwt..f 'to the Magic City sere Miss F. LewIs point Is not Northwest yet known. just Mr, what Hay I I'I The fruit la small In site! this acne -.----------_____. h __ ___ __.__ ________..___

PsMic Is Oft*TUkw.Hottrv Col. Bon and two children D.tM. good will be gone several months In.ton. owing to the extreme Iry Who His been t
Roberts H Mler. H. 8. Scott, weather regularly nominated
u t. a.weu .U.I.' the hopes of regaining his health)( slice latt fall which with
Mr. MrMln B. Pltipstrlck and W. the light freeze
MIAMI FLORIDA His many friends wish him success during the holidays,
D. Horne. ID his punnll. has made a very short crop but
MU Blanche Ingrain returned toper nevertheless, the fruit Is above the Date, May 31st, 1907 I
I -- I
ENLOE Dentist home In Sllrer Palm after a very average In flavor) The brat car of
w GILLESPIE pleasant visit/ with relatives here. pineapples left here last Saturday

OFFICg BOCL Mr. Robert finished putting out Rains Encourage the I evening, being sent direct to Eng
44T i.fy1M r. Y. afro and a half acre grove Saturday la nd. The tar was from Hardee
1CF.-tMr Brom, "Clara : ;
Vista Pinery situated
& & AMistb..k.ard for Mrs. Merck. Growers 01! Stuart Just west of the railroad. Ing a great many Improvement town to write It up for Doableday. '
i made to his .
MIAMI. FLORIDA The tr.nl0 Homestead U exceedingly I j I Mesers Hardee Bros are among hcuse.Miss Page A Co., of New York. '
gratifying for this season Josephine Worth I left Saturday -t:
oa Mr.
{the largest growers on the East and Mrs. Bole left Saturday
I 1 I on ./
of the The of scheduleand for Vermont.
change She
year [ has not
!,,Coast, having extenslVe fields at also indeed there was
Jon> ruoxucx, extra train service, making It Stuart Fa.. May 2tMlss Fern j'Boynton' and Jensen. The field here been away from the Grove In five of Cocoanut Grover quite on the aparty i f;'
more convenient for passengers coming MePherson has returned from year .
: |Is train .
ENGINEERAND under supervision of Mr. M. I Saturday night for the north. .,
In and for those residing here, College, where she Is taking C. Mr*. Kirk Mnnroe war entertained Mrs C. B. -
Hardee. and a visit/ to them will Crockett. Jr.. will i -
SURVEYOR. as a return trip can be made to Miami the college and I harmiagly oa Monday last ;: |
a special \\t how that he I I. a practical pineapple by the soon be a resident of Cocoanat Grove ......
'r tanks rw taw u Laic* .rsrtwalar in one dq. routsIn music in which she will grower Mr. Hardee will ship Woman's Club of Miami at which as she baa rented a cottage here and -1-

=-._sstir..w..b-Dlrt/151 P.wemesMIAMI L.I1e t""' The ladies of the Pioneer Guild graduate next yeai j'I pines: direct i to England until.: about M rs. Frederick read a paper on "The will move la on the first of June, -' .
) 0- r TLORIDA- will serve Ice cream and cake at theB Miss Mary Rowley of West Palm i|theach. e fifth of June, for which he expects Club Woman of Today." Every: dab I,to! the delight of her many friends }
station Saturday afternoon anj .. la sp pdYng a couple of weeks t to receive satisfactory return woman should read that paper;' says here, who will cave act a royal .el- J,
s 01. Jane 1st. From their last social with her friend. Mrs. A. L. Lane i The hipping of tomatoes still Mrs.Munro*; end certainly the women cone back tls: .
held at Redland school house, Miss Susan Kitchlng Is making aD | of Miami have a right to be proud 1y
1 continue but not in quantities The Cocoasl Grove Rangers will ,o.
/ ,
H. P. BRANNING. |C& were unified from the sales extended vlidt to her brother at See as last week, thong better of Mrs. Frederick. Very many of 1 hold a council meeticg:; on Sunday

. JUtarsr and Uastdsrfrasal and they hare now over UtIt la bastion. Miss Florida U, also there ':,prices are prevailing. Prominent the club women of Florida will bepresent the Ifth at the Lilbrary at half j ""
t treasury which will be used to don i grower are receiving telegram at the great council meeting pant two. t
UksOH t* trtKtM. ad... : ish and furnish the new chapel. Inter**! itlll continue In the .dally for more fruit than they can of Woman's Club a: Jamestown ,Capt sad Mrs. Simmons leave .

Vast Cost Stall last This it! considered a very creditable weekly nrayer meetings at church ', *apply. Some of the finest fruit ev- beat month. soon for the monittalna, also Mr. and I: ;

West Palm Beach :: FloridaO. report since the guild has been or on Thursday ,per put on the market ban been shlp- Mr. and Mrs. Slelwagoa. of Cutler 'I Mrs. John Doa,:...
Mr*. J. C. lI.nt'OC'ltII were .t the Grove :.
ganised but a Yew months. MrJunlus entertain card from Bovnton this year being on Thursday la
T. Wiggtnton has preventedthe the mlslnnar/ society the flr t'''of an excellent: variety and of the their new depot wagon, calling on Mla Ada Lee win leave next Monday '.'
with beautiful U.S.Hag. Wednesday la June. ; friends, and at the yacht elate 1
guild a
i kind that carry long distant to YI.I'l friends la Daytoaa and .,
W. MAYWARD The building committee met last Mr, Trnnlow has gone to James
One of Homestead's hitherto lonely well The growers have received New Smyrna.
bachelors will ate unto himself Thursday night to make final arrangement good price throughout the season, ;

a bride early ID June, and it ls reported for the last payment on '' hch ha* been augmented by the
that several other Homesteabachelors the church: to soon to be complf'tf'd.FUl'11ltare fart that they sold: nearly the entire Fred'k. S. MorsBeal '

will do likewise in the 1I 1 suitable for the fine buildIng crop here FOB. Boynton. Several
I baa been purchased which usual
of the
near future. grower expect to ship
'be paid lor later. Stuart people tomatoes for two .
weeks hence.
a.tII.o there were
a year ago
JEWELER ARD' OPTICIAN. but two famlls living on the county r never stagger before great enterprises I Mr. and MY. Joseph Freedmen testate; ; : i
rock road from Homestead to a dls- I as our rock road two mile Mi. Florence Mursry mid Robert ,

Perfect .,,,.,, e"y wearing irlaa*. torte of Eve miles But today, ev- walk and stone church will show Pennon were In Miami this week ,

art a great eoaWort. With our.exVen- fry homestead ls entered, and most Anew room will be needed for attending the commencement exercises OrB.P stairs Cor. IT*.C and IS U 8*. ,yx
stye apparatus aad Urn experiencetberis of them occupied at the present time primary department next year wheRtoaK n of the Miami High School Mr.Freedlund's f
a* eves* worl. Price real I will be provided with school
youngest abler MIll
s.....bI. W. repair Watches, Clocks, a made nd many on each Improvements one. Several houses buildings for year*. ,iSelma.i Is one of the graduate, who MIami. Dade Co., Florda. "; .

Jewerly and Spectacles. A portion of ban been erected, and a large namber Mlaa Mertle Nelson returnedMiami toll .* many friend hero Boynton being -
trad acked for. Located MI It Tuesday night after :'
ycmr very her home for a nnmter ot .w
of have been vet oat.bot..boraac. yeara.Mrs.
.M D between ISib and Utb 8U. .groves and grapefruit successful term of school Her pupils Hill and daughter returned AGENT OR LANDS OF r
will be very liras to see hr return from West Palm Beach
Besides the old rock rant a new Thursday
O.W.MAVNARDIfoweteru4 one has been opened up west oflomettead next year. morning. Florida East Coast Railway Co
The closing exercises of our school ..
The family of Mr. W. Palmer
nut Os4aelaa and all the homesteads
on that ire occupied and all adjoining were not so well attended by oar will move to Danla the 10th of June Florida Coast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co. 1'

rr! ones. The section south of !JrlUiens: as they would have been to take charge of a store and bakeryat Boston and Florida
Atlantic Coast Land Co
had they been held in the afternoon
Miami Is opening up wonderfully +' that place. They will be greatly ;,
Instead of the morning. missed by their friend In
ui<<. If he progress continues. the Boynton
Mr. A. L. Lane and Mr. J. Specs
PATENTSGASNOW thirty miles south of Miami will be wish them all success In their

u thickly populated as that thirty have to had building their lots new cleared homes.preparatory Stuart new home.of the Mrs.Sunday Palmer school Is superintendent and ococoocaIs( J<.XiOOWO ... . . . <> )
mike north. The click of the hammer I
Is heard oa all aides If not slowly bat surely grows has always taken an active part In j
Hotel 1 vDanfortn Is fall of pineapple all church
sw tr.rr 1rr ...r.MaA beard la cratiag vegetables It la work In which circle she
111 ale CO UT.rta.lrrr heard building boa_. buyers. Our planters aN encouraged will be more than greatly missed.e .
,wrr.a.l wr/KU.s.M r, as rails have Increased th Mr. and Mr*. James N. McKay will Df.I.JA.1WJ: : : :
nine of the fruit and the quality Isgood. i visit the Jamestown Exposition:: sometime :
r..l sad tadud.d.w.rwr.rh.r .
bMq.ersts us .
The season has Juat begun during the summer Mr. Me

Doings Around and yet many crate have been shipped Kay will soon begin the erection of .
w/rr1 eTOw, : Everyday car load Iota11 comesoon. a handsome residence on his Iota

on the main \venuc .
About Busy Defray The Stuart House Is now open to Mr. H II. Wilkinson has }ail rapidly going to the front as the 1ad:1'::
the public and is receiving Its shsr* flnlrbed marketing a fine crop of
ing in South Florida.
of public patronage The Stuart'House peppers from his track farm at Hyporuxo. city Everybody 'j

Is well 1 managed :: rtls daughter. Miss Harriet is going to Miami. Now is the time to il
Delray. Fla.. May 14- Mr. A. R-. : has also hsrvetted a large crop froma .
r s .s".' T-8. .- Bocv representing Chase ft: Co., I email acreage and has received secure a choice location either for busi- ....

and )(r. Joaeph Acton o( good rites for all.
manager Deerfield Has HadVerylBusy ( Mrs. WIUnin ness or residence. Choice locations
the Canning Company, drove toj and daughter will probably go to "

|Deerfleld one day this week each Virginia for the summer the city for sale by : : : : : : : 4
t to look after their respective line lathe Season Mr W. H.Cox has returned from
urr pineapple crops They report Went Palm Beach, where she has

|tha crop south of Delray equal t 0 been the past week for medical
that_ Delray. I treatment and we ire glad to learn FORTDALLASLANDCO.

Rev Charles Ward who was con Deerfield. Mr. and )( J1 I* slightly< Improved In health.
an.. to bed while ra Dante, return : Ita.'ar-IO: a':4 | Mean James GooM. H.
R. F. ... Roy I B. Mur- OC= >:iC'CXOC coc. )
.4 to Delray last Friday. Thee re-1'I I ''alelp. spent last Sunday in WealD I i ray and Joseph Freedlnnd shlppea( ooo000000000
-t1III SOS WaUfRL MAOAUttIN tarn trip soled very unfavorably 'I Palm Beach the guests of relatives'I t. carload of pineapples to Kuns ft: .t

".8 WDSLD'i| Mr. Bird and he I* now seriously '''tll i "..r.. 'Pendleton.' New York, this week Calf on Or

Ask your-- sad 1 la great danger with out )(r. Ed atd Williams, a well[ selling them for a good price f. o. b. JOLT ];3. T. :E: yTO)2ZLI1i 6
tasgaoBe. II he docs not handle It l little hopes for his recovery' Dr.I known tomato packer who has been, !j Boynton. Agent Fort Vice-Prea. Fort i1
end athii aarnea.dadd .witnjmirpan I Holmes, ot Sharpea. nL.*.... call,i engaged In hat pursuit daring We are pleated to learn Mr *sad address and lac for Mmple Jed In consultation last Sunday. season here, ;:left for Stuart & tbe'' *. Nut, formerly of Sharpel,"" ',. Augustine Fla 3

:1 Y: copy. Regular price tje. Meouoo.this Mrs/ C. T. Brown 1* on the sick !i where he will be engaged during the have decided to make Boynton their OOOO>: .
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piper.l list, under treatment of Dr. Caaoa. I IXr. pineapple shipping season. future home Mr. Mast bar an !\ '
: Barr PabOahltig t.....; and M.... Allen of Bay Clt,. )(r. J. F. Saxon Def'r eld'a wellknown tennlve pineapple plantation and is ;
4 W..t 2* Mrwt ;.... Y.r* Q&yi. Mich. hare returned to their northern merchant: tad grower of now shipping! his "Ohio Brat:" ,;'t

f home for a few months. They fruits and vegetables, paid a flying pineapples. :
{ will return to Delray during the neit basiaW visit to Miami oa Monday Mr Uttleton Tedder has sold bis

I t Stop Gnmbllag'if season Del improve property bought of this week. .1 pineapple field and orange grove on The Ocklawaha Nurseries '

:---- of 8. 8. Thorpe One improvement Mr. Christiansen, traveling reprentatlre the west shore of Lake. Osborn to
will be a new dwelling house on of ,C. W. Bartleaon wa, | :Mr E. Ronsnesu.
yon: suffer from Kheiin attorn or Swlnton Avenue near the horn of la town Monday taking orders for Mr. Grant Funk and family will 1 TANGERINE. FLORIDA ,:I"
pels*. for Ballard's Know U.lm'a' Nichols, of X
Sanrent Washington. his house. Sinn return to Chicago after spend ,
will brig quick relief. It U a Mire Mr. J. B. Rice has Want Orange Growers to know that It It to their Interest to ---
told his horseaad Mr. Carter the genial commission n lag a winter het<*. bay tree .
care for Sprains, Rheumatism, Contracted delightfUl from their stock. Becaute they have THE BEST
wagon to S. O. Ellenwood. and mat a member of the firm of Hall IN FLORIDA. _
Muscles sad all pain \- ad pow Mr: Ellenwood will serve tha Wedge A: Carter of Chicago, spent GOOD RESULTS caa only be obtained from tree that have aa'abaadaaca .;.
within the reach of al\ PrIce lie.ate. public as drayman. of GOOD ROOTS stems that are STOCKY tope WELL
a day la town this week looking after [to the Whirl 01! Life DEVELOPED
II C. R. Smith Tenaha.Te Mr. H. J. Wackermaa. Miss Hat- the Interests of his firm and I and leave, and woodtaat U ENTIRBLY FREE OF INJURIOUS INSECT ,

writes: I have _MIl Ballard el and babe Mae. visited West PlyBe.eh m enlisting balla_. Mr. Carter holds LIFE. ONR )REFS have all these GOOD POINTS la their favor and w. f.

'Snow Llatment la my family foryear last Monday on a shopping the pedestrian record. having walked at Cocoanut Grove coridally Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL IXDUCBMNETS are offered 1.;$
end haft found _ll a AM remedy from DeerBald to Pompano roan to those who will place their order now for tall delivery OUR NEW ;-f...

for all pains and ache*. I I'f'oeo tou.M..... Class, of Bay City Mich., also 1- lyfla record breaking time. t't EARLY SEEDLESS!: ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC :,

nneud It for pain. IB the Chest" Mrs. Bancroft aad Mix Sherman Mr. Brown, representative of Baker AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT II. CATALOGUE FREE

i Bold by Biscayne Drag Gt have retaraed to their northern a Holmes paid nu weekly visit/ Cocoanut Gros-., May 15- Miss 1

home' for the summer. to DeerfleM Wednesday. soUdtiagorders Trimble, who ha* occupied a cottage Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries
A Narrow EscapeOWCloyd. Mr H. H. Walters, representativeof for his firm. near )(r. and Mrs Bole all\ winter ,

the; CoBfeoHdated Grocery Co., of Mil J. F. Saxon has been 111 this( I left on Saturday for the north t O. W. CON NEK.
Prenrietor. '
& a merchant of Pink Jacksonville, was a visitor to the week but under the skillful treatment Miss Trimble bought Mrs. Truslow Tangerine, Florida, :

"}T.., had I Ma-row eacape fear: ye.rt Delray merchants this week. of Dr. T. 8. Kennedy of Fort pretty little cottage on the Ridge ,...
ago. when he ran a Jlmson bar Into )(r. Temple Burton drove ala antoI LauderdaJe. I* Improving last prlng.. but has not lived In It. Or M. A. BURBANK. Apt, Miami., Florida.
hit thumb. He II"rb.. floctu, I mobile to Miami one lay this week A party ct Deerfleld people spent a* It was too far from her frlf'oda. \}

wanted to amputate {accompanied his trip by Mrs. I.I other vermin will do tile work.
sot convent I bought t boa >f Bock- hod and succeeded la turning two turtla. Miss Rhodum Is slip here la her t
lea'i Arnica Salve and that ;';'mrd >H Burton, a visitiag friend of one of which they released.Mr. bit of a home on Dr. Glfford s plaxe :

the dangerous wonnd tS tents at I Erie. P|. E. E. Nlblack spent Thursday Mrs. Florence P. Haden left Saturday -- ..j
I A beach party composed of hi r. U Dsnla'on business for her home In Warrensburg
all dnul.u.n'Tot. Reed A Br>'an. ot Fort LanderJale. Mr. Bogua. Inspector of )(0. She will be !greatly missed both

DOST Mr. Botue.: Mrs A. McRae. Mr. plea for Chats ft: Co., pinesl 1 l la the club aad by her many friends Miami Bottling Works 1
Acton. Mr Mend. Mr. Acton and in Deerfleld 'Thursday to attend to ,b,.,..
----4 daughters Mr Steillng and danghler. business matters. I Moore leaves Monday, also '
sueeeed the tint time aM Herblne Miss. Imogne Kllb,. Miss Anna Mr. and Mil Taylor left yesterday I )(1nM who has spent the winter WALL & McGOWAN. Props. i
Initant reU r. The
sad yes: wl'J get Baker spent a most delightful time for their home la Paola. Fla I with )(ra. )(OON. Miss )I.tberwill )
greatest liver mralator. A po.ttlf at the ocean beach this week. Mr. Mr. ,?... 8. Dewey land agent for .be remembered as the UJy wbii llth Street Near R. R., Miami, FlaMfnufacturers .
care for Constipation.MreY Dlspep.Malaria .U. Mead. and Mr Borne proved to be the Florida East Coast Railway C*. i I.took the part of Silver Heel! in the ;
Chula and nil (
the .star pun of the evening. '
pent Friday at Deerfleld ia the Interestt tableaux that the Ladies' Aid Sort of t .
Mr Cof EmoryTex.' .. Delray people expect to enter one of the land department.Mr. ety gave last winter.

vriteaMy: wife hat beea adacJterWae of their' popular young ladle la tha Richardson a traveling reDo >- Mr Cba*. John Peacock and fern ....
fir herself and children for Miami Metropolis Jamestown it: reaentattv for a hardware housewaa ily have moved Into one of the cot All Kinds of

yeara. 311.5.5?' care for slUoa contest, and H promloesaver toN la town today taking orders for tiles od Mrs Ransoms place for 1

patios sad malaria t a a arm race for the other con- Ala firm.Meaara.. I the summer, while Mr. Peacock add Soft Drinks

whim U aabalaattated by what It teatanta. In District Jfo. 2. when the Saxon A-: Home shippeda I soany Improvements to his own
baa done for my family.. Solo by 1 Del,., lady la decided apoa. car load of pineapples from It.err ..' ;
2Heay Drat Co Word has been received from Mr. oa Friday by tile through trefh I.; i Commodore Ralph Monroe Is bar. >Praaa' Atiaadaa M AB Ormar OKXTaaa' ONen 1nIfa11K .'



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'if\ s ______ "There-is Ito SOLD BY LOCAL

:j better the world remedy than inV AGENCY Do You Ever Expect ;

Pe-ru-na for *>'*.

: Gua At HAwulr I temic catarrh. ;

fi I" S. B. Hartman. JD.. J. H. Tttnm Co. Sell One Thousand fI i '.
j A War Veteran's Experience. Acres In Polk Co And ,

t E Oeaeral A. F tiawley. I3K tk street.N. W. H'a.hm*ton. D. C., W"...: Another Bit Tract in DeSoto Co.

}; ? ..I N" aced PHwIM.4 Had It vary beutftciml tor i W.*r trouble. and another
Local Sale
7 J ftpfctf/lf, good for ceugtit. caws aid uturrbul troutlu." A buy

'r Sprtaf MB Summer CatarrH 1 Prrnaa hM for a loBg um. b*.B re- ;
l' There U a form of etisrrh especially girded a* lh.rrmeJy par excellence for ,
by prevaleal M spnag and summer.cured conditions of Ihu klBd. I The veil\ known real estate firm < -
:\{ b, Dr. H.ftmaa.y.wmla catarrh. | The sccompaaring: tMUmontal arc of J. H. Tatum ft, Co. have jnat
This. form of eaiaxrh especially deranges ufficient M tOdteatr tk. prvnptoo. I closed several real estate deal, i
the stomach bowels sad other ,itaiih wbieb Pcrua relievev 4 the**
"i' rgsna of, tbs abdomen. Tb. s bole jmptomf and the tatUf twa which I among which the tollovlnc ..re11..
' )) neons tract lining tbt slomseb. l1.ei. peopl. cxprM coDNr.ID.h.. o*. of more prominent and Important:

"1 t newels and kJd.*,. t* to aa inflamed Perua One thoaaand aerra of timber land Suit of Clothes? 1

'.: _lluo..bird these organs tall M per t ferns Ibetr proper raaettoa.SyiUmlc i W .., of
I Mr R-C&JI h PfOJ'rH ior Bin ct Louisville K;., to a Mr. Holler
catarrh' may be or may not | Hill Farm and a prominent fruit
... : fee accompanied bjr eaiarrs (. orbs crowr sad stock ratMr Otofar, Va, a lumber and turpentine operator, ;
1'"' parttll the body. la SMB. ea e. there wrtte*: ot Paaco county.A "
\J u s backing _.... It Bay t* aUo eseclated : large tract of timber and farm-
j "I writ* to kindness 1
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it with Mt&frIIl' the bead I ing land In DeSoto county to Frank
I tow ant JM and your food medicine,
Bl IB typical cases of system- catarrh A. Smith.
ail the of the abdomen are i Pcrnna. I II Boat and lot on 7th street to

.OJ;(,i U a wsakSBed D Bsla organs M4,1I1..rt.b and .......eondiuon.yB ... . my conklderatlona.
I for baadaom flip If So It Now! Y Yi
Sometimes Its called dyspepsia at ached, and it looked M tbovgk firm also has several other Important Buy
.F' etWr limv bUses s..s. or the pattest nothing wo ld do me any food I realty transfer pending. I ;
, m.7 be ,suspected of having kid.) disease "I bad almoet flrea 'p. 1 decided to I ,
" or appendicitis. I'try a bottle of year Prmna sad before : FINE iRRiGATION PL.\ T
1 \ Systemic ealarrh presents symptoms ,11114 lakes halt the bottle my appetiU ; F'R )fl\. It E. HALL
which resemble ehktolj B great aaaayBMgsreBtdlsaaiSS. 1 cam. to me and my keavd became aU I .
I rig b I." I (From Wednesdays Dally I
J Prof. R. E. Hall sod W. F. Miller
the day yesterday at Na- i

''t: St. Catherine's Convent Held \ Co.raala.spent is putting where the an Irrigating Vlaml H.rd..1 pUnt In I 40 per cent. oil on all clothing which has been in the :t :

the former's grove. Prof. Hall win I
t a Interesting Closing Exercises hare five acres watered with one of "
the moet complete systems there Is I house over 5 months. 20 per cent. off on all clothing
; la use today and hopes to build an

t: At The Pair Bonding La i wlfht--Aboat Fifty Children, Large and I the Ideal crops croft raised and to thereon make while profit" 0'1 which has arrived in the house since January 1st. y

lug ItMr. .
Small, Took Prominent Part.-Careful and Conscientious Miller brought back two ,"
I 20 cent oil all
sample of peaches from the groveof per on mens pants. 25 per cent oil on
Training of Teachers DemonstratedFrom
1. S. Castellow. that demonstrate
r, .. the fart that peaches can b. madea all boys clothing and 20 cent off an
({ ..o ;t J'- profitable crop in this on'j pants. per on

1. ( Wednesday's Daily) Mr. Castellow has about butt
acre In peaches and says If hats (except Stetson and H&wes) 50 cent. oil on >i
J.. To closing exercises of St. Catherine's Content Josle Hlntoa; B.ta.KaUl4.1 had been rain white! the fruit was a
Convent school were held last ,NUes; Betsy's mother Mary Hoff ailing out he would have realised '
..t- might I. *the Fair building and a man. I about $tOO from the evop The one thousand pair of shoes on' our bargain counters. {
. I large ......bIap ot parents and I A piano solo by Miss Violet Aston I fruit ls much better than could be
friends at the children and school and recitation by Era Lee Xlmaales expected considering the dry weath- (
[4. were interested throughut the evening I were interesting numbers of the pro- er. 10 per ct. off on all other shoes except Queen Quality ;
by the reertationa, dialogue I 11f'IID. and a short dialogue between All groves In that section do not
and songs of the youag principals little Inet Marvin and R. 8mlth.was how the effect of the drongth. and '
'J'. of the evening's eutertalajDent. 'one of the most pleasing part of the I the promise of a big crop of citrus and Royal Blue. This is your chance to buy shoes. -
The stage bad, been very artistically entertainment. Master Campbell I traits Is ID evidence.
. decorated with various hued Johnson followed by rendering a recitation
.!,. crepe paper and: other decorations while Master Wallace Rell- My Best Frfeaxl'A'eiaaJer
; and arrayed alor.g the front of the ly afterwards took the front of the I
I rtage between the footlights, were stage Ins .Incidentally the audienceby Benton. who lives on ,
ii the ever beautiful maidenhair leras, his excellent but unconscious f
. Rural Route. No' I, Ft. Edward N. '04.
which with the :'red-globed electrics llkenecs of Buster Brown. Master Y.. says: "Dr. King's New" Discovery .
lights on the netting above the stage Wallace rented "Two Big Don't" la best earthly friend. It
;f made the picture a most beautifulone. and gracefully nodded h's head': after my ht
I cured me of asthma six years ago.
; The. opoalng number was a welcome he. had rid his mind of the recitation. cur It has of also Incipient performed consumption a wonderful for All goods are marked in plain figures. 1

toad by fee Juniors, followed by an | Little Ines Marvin then rendereda my ...'. wife. The first bottle end ,
f Jdres Of welcome by Miss Leila violin solo and considering that
ed the terrible rough and this accomplished
Woodworth, all being welt executed the child II only six year old. did
.f{ and pleating; to the audience. nct'lJf'IIt.ork both with the bow the other symptom .
: "SIAoel b,." :was Ole title of a and fingering the instrument. The left one by one until she was perfectly and can figure own discountJust
welL Dr. King's New Discovery's you your
selection wag by the little boys of music stand used by the little one
I the school who proved themselves ':'waa a few Inches: : shove the miniature power over cough; and cold I II.
I Is stmp'y marvelous" :No other' remedy ,.
Iii adepts when It came to hammering violinist and the picture was
}!"t pegs. nil part was especially well !Indeed a most amusing one when the has ever equaled It. Fully guaranteed .
4 executed :&y the little forecasts of little girl was compelled to look up by all druggists 60 c and 11
the future rent-ration. at the top of the page to read the Trial bottle free.Stouutch. ,
Ji: Miss Joel Hinton was the next to notes. Her efforts were heartily
.a occupy the attention ot the audienceand encored and as gracefully as she Troubles .-:
very forcibly'and with excellent played returned and recited a short I, i
Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly -
' : tone sad eannc'atlon rendered her poem.
.. essay OB ,"Soot"' '' Heroism." The The Cora Stalk Drill by'the girl's respected resident of Falaoala. and think what this
I next number on the program WM a class was very picturesque, and Ma MilL, was sick with stomach trouble stop means to you Is
',! dialogue, taking the form of schoolteacher tilda Nil..' recitation. -My Mother's for more than six months Cham
'- \ scholars had visitors Each Face" was well executed. A piano berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets: "
Misses 8. Johnson and Violet cured her. She says: "I can sow saved is ]
of the bays spoke their flops and duet by Money money made---Now is tbe
acted their part excellently and Aston, was pleasing while Miss eat anything I want and am the
caasl Much amusement in their |Erie Harden recitation! .- proudest woman In the world to find
correct portray-of the antics of ".Ib." was la excellent style and such a good medicine" For sale -
C.,3.. school boys j i grace. The Wreath Drill presenteda by Biscayne. Drug Co. and all drug time to save' it---We expect to sell out at
This wt followed by a recitation very pretty picture and the young gists.It
.f.' by little liita Eleanor Retlly. who girls went through the several kID -
:2 In her s..eet' little way, recited 'TheUttW net a graceful j manner. : Is Dangerous hi XegVct a Cold least balf of our clothing and pants stock
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fit Angel"aad'graewfslly curtsied A piano solo by Miss Sadie John-
; at the eoatusfoB tad received much eon was especial' well executed and How often do we hear It remarked -
apptaaa A piano soio by Muncer- Miss Sybil Carter's recitation. "Lit : "It's only a cold," and a few ..
It. Johnson was the next number ,tie Newsboys." was equally a* well days later learn that the man Is on by Saturday, June 1st-So, do not delay but .
; rendered and was well received. rendered Miss Aleen Canova accompanied hit bark with pennmonla This Is
t' Four little: men IB the persoael of the several stagers during of such common occurrence thnt a ''
John HouHhaa. Wallace Rely W. the evening's entertainment and cold however alight should not be come in today. Yours for a new suit :
Ring .aadJaaj, Hourlhan. struttedon showed much skill In that respect illsregarded. Chaberlain't Cough ,
the stag each, bearing the Stars A short address was made b, Remedy counteracts any tendency "
lad Strips and when It suited their Father O'Connor, of New" Orleans of a cold to remit In peaumonla. ,
, w'a: convenience recited "Our Flag." The complimenting the effort ot the sad has gained Its great popularityand \ :
"' little fen... were encored, and teachers sod children end the peopleof extensive sale by its prompt
I- caased ranch amusement by their Miami on the beauty of the fares of this most common ailment 6
r.' nodes of acknowledgement. ,Father P. J. Kennedy then .",cttT'l It always cures and Is pleasant to
t' The notion song. *Th* Sweeping ed medals to the following lake. For sale by Blocarne Drug
'x Brush Brigade," was handled In an For perfect a'tendanc, Leila Wood- Co. a
t I excellent *ay by B number of little worth gold medal given by Mr.
dressed In motherhabbards A. M slier; for hlgheet avenge IkMI'tJImoIIJ
:t'"d naps Miss Evle Har- tndte, *. Harry Geiger gold .O'.i John Sewell 6 Bro
tea followed the tittle girls sad re.C1 given by Mr. Joseph A. 110 be divorced from your appendix.Ther .
'ed 011. of Our'Heroes" In a very for perfect attendance. Mabel' I will be no occasion: f>c It If
1 rl tr and dramatic! manner. G'rt. geld medal given by Mrs KC-I toa 1 keep your bowels rearuUr with
The Enchanted Apple", a fairy 'I'<" : for excellence In ( J r>r" King's New" Life PI Is. Their ,
\ I *' -.*..1. waa well acted by the sever std deportment Miss Annie Swan- j action is so gentle that the aopendixnever
+I yonag ladles: la the following eon, cold medal given. by Mrs Jon has cause to make the least '...,,
c.-rt Jsdtth Sybl Comer: nune.Mrbel B. Refl r: for fM'rlN't.11II"...> eomolalnl Guaranteed by all drua
McQIrt; old woman or Fairy Master Earl Canova. gold medal. gists. 2Sc Try them : .I

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