The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00425
 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: June 14, 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: UF00076100:00425
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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., Miss Brady and Miss Gould. kub- | Taken This Afternoon Will Be The Last This Week COUNTRIES

WITH A DECISION .rl.Mlam'- Gerg E. Bennett principal Until Saturday Noon, When A Very Large Vote Is Mares His Announcement in Met. it
; MlM Hattie Carpenter Kill ----
r REACHED IN EACH Sarah Bayne. Wise Lillian McGahey.MIPS Expected-Candidates Are As Busy as Ever"Corralling ropolis This Afternoon-- a Prominent ;

"'. *. Ada Mir Merrltt Jessie Mian KingsVey.Alice Mia Sander Votes and Subscriptions to The MetropolisFrom and Promising Young Attorney I Is The Prediction of Wm. :#.1;

Mary Martin Miss Elisabeth Mc- of This
i I Cnlloagh.; Miss ElSe Martin Miss C. Gorgas :'H

Mlselle Mrs. L. C. Beidler and $
Mrs. C. C. Smith. These appointments ( Tbarsda)"'. Daily)
., WHAT CAUSED THE FRICTION are subject to change. The vote in the Metropolis Jamestown several contestants after the court ----- I .

Everglade*-Mra. L. G.Olmntead. Exposition contest yesterday yesterday afternoon: Elsewhere In the Metropolis this 1.THE
Allapnttah Mia Atbea, Colllna. was probably the lightest District No. 1.
yet cast afternoon appears the announcement FEDERAL( COMMISSIONER
Cocoanut Grove Miss Lillian (Miami and Suburbs)
and did not In nkterlally 'fj
any way Of Redmond B. Oantler for the office
Farl and Miss Georgia Owens. Mla Anna D. Zelley . S.I30
.. Teacher Appointed in White tad Lemon City- Principal vacant. change: the relative positions of the Miss irace; Phelps . 51,89tMiss of solicitor of the rrlmlaal court of
Kill Ida Wevtgard and Miss Gertrude candidates. Mable L. Godson . 49,12 record subject to the primary elee- .
Colored Schools For the Next Wextgard teachers. This can only be attributed to Miss Juva A. Rcxa . 41,110 tlon of August 6.Mr. 1
West Jupiter Mlsa Florence one cause, the candidates are too Miss Hattle lIod p. : . 37,173 Gsntler ts one of the foremost Ia i Charge of Sanitation In Canal r
: TermOther Appointment are Stephns.Htwayne. busy getting vote to lose time and Miss Eleanor Mills . 16.<3 ( young attorneys of Miami and
i Miss Bessie' Russell. will cast a heavy vote today or Sat Miss Bessie Fuller! . .. 1&(4SMlM Dade county and bes'.des' enjoying a Zone-Three Hundred Tears Will '. ,-
I Lj t* Be ]Lade..i I Delray- Miss S. P. Williams, urday. Maude Ilrlckell . 13.S8I: lucrative prae'Jre for tb. past seYral '
I Mln Neela McLaughlin and Mill After this afternoon at 5 o'clock bliss Maldle Tucker . 12.027 years, has held competently and See Them Center: of Wealth and ;il J
Lorena Grer.i : the ballot boxes will not be opened Miss Gladys Brown . %,871Jtilltrl't redlrably the position of city attorney -
i I Colored School until Saturday noon a* li the usual \o. 3 of Miami for the past two Population i
Weir Palm Beach J. W. Jllckens. custom.' (All of Dade ;
County outside of Miami years, being elected by a very flattering /
(From Thursday's Daily) S'iMe Grant, Carrie ChlldsN Each day the Jamestown ..Exposition and Suburbs) vote. it.

I, The question of suits for dam- tie Roberta and Rosa McRae. Is becoming more inresting Miss Grace V. Miller WfltPalm Mr. Gantter U thoroughly competent .1.

and the other by. Vlim''- C. S. Thompson EllaB. and new feature are being added Beach . . 11,165, to fill all the functions of the C
1 ege: .. one against Stephens. Noirv Brown and MaryA. In every department. The Warpath Miss Louise King. Ft. Lauderdale office of solicitor a position new la New Tork. June 13- Co). William

occupied much of the session of the Pen the center of side show and amusements . . . . 16.0001I1' his county honorably and credit- C. Gorgas, federal commiaaloenr la 2
bide County Board of Education Cocoanut GroT*- Asa Richards. Is said to be the greatest ever Mollie Jones, Dania l/i.ZS; ably. H* enjoy a wide circle of barge of the sanitation on the Isth- Si' |
yeaterday afternoon, with a definite Lemon City Ella L. Wade. seen In this country.Following Mia Bessie Boai. Homestead II.IUMI.I friends and promise 1 to make a good
dents'.ue Bring reached la each. I All other appointment will be Is the standing of the HaiUe Tasker. Delray 2,800 race for the Important position he mus of Panama. Canal Zone before ,J.
T' The first question cam about made by the superintendent at his spires to bold.DEATH the graduating class of Cornell Dnverslty 1 '
DIstrict No. earliest convetence. Medical ,. '
of Special Tax School College said that 11
.. 1. Went Palm Beach for an appropriation On motion It was ordered that Bade County Commissioners Wound OP J. W. SPITZER be tropical countries within the *
I of $5,000 for carrying on the superintendent confer with the next two; or three centuries win become A
the .work oa the pew school: bandIng trustee of the Special Tax School The Savannah Press, of Moadar the centers of wealth sad pop- 1t
at that place which Itj now suspended District at Stuart with the understanding Up Business Last Saturday Afternoon afternoon give the following account lation. v
r for a lack of fund. It that the board 1* favorableto of the death la that city of He said that h* based this predlo- i i i
j was stated that Ift the event of a furnishing material for an addition Mr. J. W. Bpltxer a former resident ion on the results of sanitary *;
ikon-paymrat of certain noaiea, BOW to the school boas. at that of Miami and attache of the achievements la Cuba and In the S'i
x alleged to be due the contractor place. i Th* county commissioners continued a plan by which the expense can be deal Dry Good Store: canal zone sine 1'... He declared ,
for work that suit will be Inatltated Bids were invited for the transportation their session Saturday ofternoon reduced without depriving the inmates I ")lr. J. W. Spitzer died this there has been no yellow fever { 4.
again the board.In .. of pnpllMat West Jupiter, and deposed! of the following matters of the necessary comfort and morning about 12:15 o'clock at the on the Isthmus In more that a year. ':) |
view of the fact that the board while the matter of transportation : necessities. The chair appointed on Park' View Sanitarium after a short: and that malaria I. being so controlled ,;
hold It has never sanctioned or of pupils. at West Palm Beach was W.P. Covar.ot West palm Beach, this committee Messrs. Allen Car- Illness. Mr. Spltser was about 4Syeara that the sick rat of the entire ".
signed a contract, or become a party I' referred to Mr. Anthony and the petitioned for permission to catch ter and Wall they being Instructed -of age and had been a resident force in April was le** thaa 17 "1
in any way to the work at Palm [ special tax district trustee and maintain birds for exhibition to report at the next meeting. of Savannah but four weeks. per cent per thousand. s;
.1 Beach. sod because of the fact that I The patron of Gould a station pnrpoep The clerk: was Informed I The clerk was !Instructed to re- "He came here from Columbia. ROARD- "
the ......* bonds voted at that below Miami, petitioned for a to notify petitioner that the board I advertise for bids for the purchase S. C., and had since been employ SCHOOL ',
place hare nor been told and nay i I school ant the superintendent was baa no Jurisdiction In the premises, of $40,000 of bonds of Special Tax ed at Adler's department store. Mr. ITS KEGfLAR HES8IOX i
; never be. It was decided to make I Instructed to invetigate the aame. said permission being receivable School District No. 1, West' Palm Spltier is survived by one brother .I
no appropriatloa as requested. In- This afternoon the board win flnI from the Commissioner of Agriculture. I Beach The form of the bonds Mr. W. H. Spitxer of Miami. Fla. From Tuesday's Dally. *j
atmctinc H. f. Atkinson attorney, I I' lab up the budget for next year and I and coupons were also adopted. The funeral arrangements will not The Board of Public Instruction i:>
to Investigate and :advise them futrh- 'i I' adjourn to the meeting date In next Fire arm bonds were approved County Tax Asoesaor George O. be made until the arrival of hit Is In session today at the office of r
J. er ia the premise I' month. follows: J. W. Ives with Z. ai'' Butler Informed the board that It brother from Florida." Superintends R. E. Hall a fall '
The o'her matter developed by I ? Baker and George P. Bull 'membership ,/
aa sureties would be Impossible for him to get being present. ".
Mr. TV. Moore one ot the truer I I ; George P. Bull with J. W. his tax boob ready within the time The first act of the board was to '
teee of Bpee'aJ Tux School District i: Had Close Call Ives and Z. L. Baker aa sureties; I prescribed and asked! for an extension K. oi P. ProgramFor : adopt the following resoluUon.which :.;
No. Z. Miami appearing and addressing '.. L. Baker with J. W. Ives and to August 1. which was grant ""I self explanatory: \
u. board la referents to George P. Bull as sureties. ed. "Whereaa, a mlsrepresenUtloa ,1
the; eBorti of the trustee! to collecta The clerk was instructed to notifyDr. I The clerk was Informed to notify has arisen a* to the motives' actaat- ."*>
balance of tl.COO due ,Ue school By DrowningFrom Potter at West Palm Beach the city of West Palm Beach thatIt Memorial Day | lug this board at Its May meeting '1
fond from the levy of the city of relative to the. '
1 that the board will recognize no further can have rock: at the bottom of appropriation of ,.
Miami bills for services rendered by || the pit at 5 cents per ruble yard. I SS.OOO to Special Tax District >.
Mr. Moore staked that the trustees Bnreangard. at that place. The had been ntaaeressal In their ( Monday's Daily) bill of E. C. Miller of Jupiter for bare convicts! at the present time. The following program has beea county b* not divided this year, be ....

effort and sutf seed that they Mr. J.V.. Homer, of the rea j the maintenance of paupers was ordered II The clerk was Instructed to request arranged for the Knights of 'Pyth It
would have to enter suit for the recovery paid with the understandingthat the Board of Pension Commissioner Las memorial service to be held at I "Resolved, That this board mad ;,. /
estate firm of Cooley Hornerhad
,; of the amount. He asked the condition solely because of the ""11
his services be dispensed with. I for a list of the pensioners !the Auditorium Sun.lay afternoon
the cooperation of the board In any a narrow escape from drowning yeaI The maintenance of the county In DaJe county. June 16th at 3 o'clock. The musical I fact that the said appropriation U ;

1'i'' ae'lon the trustee might bringagainst ,]' terday afternoon an*_ but for the poor farm at Ojus was discussed at This brought the business np to program; will be under the direction for future use, to come out of next j i
the city of Miami and oa of Mr. I year' taxes, and In case et county /1 !
i timely and heroic assistance length a resolution prevailing tbat auditing and approving of bills, af- of Mr. A. S. Joyner. Mr
motion It was the sense of' the I' Charles Cone there Is little doubt the chair appoint a committee of ter which an adjournment was taken John C. Gramllng will be master of .livlslon carrying httblO: county would ', J
cc board that ft assist the trustees and. his life would have been forfeitedto tare to visit the same and map out { to the first Tuesday la July.P. ceremonies: have had no l appropriate (
.' If desired. Join in the atli.Dfcposing ,I the Atlantic Orean. Organ voluntary Mr. A. S. Joy funds to schools In another county
of these matter the nor yet dictate such '4
any action
Mr. Horner of party ner.
was one
.'" board continued "with UM preparation consisting of Mr. II. Dale a Miller August Sixth Is The Date Set For I Introductory remarks Mr. John outside of Its own territory; ani I v/.
nextachool the fact that this
of the budget for the Charles Cone. Oscar Tucker Mr. C. Gramllng. action might b* ,.fj
} year adjourning it a late I Invocation ned by other aa aa argument '
Sawyer and another party who went The Dr. W. W. Farts >
boar In the afternoon :;'latU'till.. out yesterday morning aboard Mr. Holding Primary Election Song;, "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" against county division never enter- tt.
I noralng when the budget waa suspended Miller's fishing smack M. 8. Moreno \ I -Quartet Congregation.. ed the mind of any single member I
and the appointment of -- I of tbla board." '
for a Jay on the reef. They II Vocal solo- Mr. Oscar T. Conk-
teachers for the next term taken I Superintendent'Hail' reported that U
lin. r'
went up the coast and when six or (From Tuesday's Dally) Hitching H. Du he
up the following appointments being Boise Inspectors Roll of deceased members. contracted for repairing and ij
seven miles above the House of Refuge The Dade County Democratic Executive I and F. C. Aicher' cleric. repainting school boas
r made. Voting Funeral march. No. -3 at a !\".
White School. the gasoline tanks wtnt dry. Committee met at the courthouse place school bouse. Vocal 1010l1n Anna D. Zel- cot of ue for repairs tad fll .74 <>
Wet Palm Bt'tICh-. V. James, Unfortunately the sloop had been Precinct No. 3F.. Sheen R. for painting and that the work had
: principal; E. R. Engle. Miss Far- stripped of her sails, but by draining this morning for the pur- W. Porter D. CosgroTe, Inspectors" ley.Address Senator F. M.HadlOlI.8on been done. His action were an- f'J
Miss Heramtngwsy. Miss SalL' the tanks, one Into the other pose of calling a primary to nominate and E. A. Eh roan, clerk. Voting proved. s
,' lard. KIN Gottlieb. Mr*. Lymsa the boat was gotten to within a a Judge, nollctor and clerk of I place Old Fire Hall. Doxology.<<- quartet. Mr.Anthony reported per:ormaDce ,; J r
Miss Rlverberg. Miss Harris Miss short distance of the House of Refuge the criminal court of record In and : Precinct No. 4J.. Dongharty. I Ii The members of the will of his duties In reference to a ear- V
Barnard teacher Kindergarten when the engine refused to for Dade county created ,b, an act i' J. L. Garnett. H. B. 'Murray. In- then proceed to the eemetery.where lodge talus deed and warrant, and his ac- ,": i
.work the gasoline being consumed.The of the last Legislature and to arrange pectors and Cullen Pence clerk. tlon was approved. \
the graves of deceased: bro rest of the story Is best told (or the holding of the aame. I Voting place, school btuse. I This afternoon the board among
I I be decorated and tile service closedwith \
:: A Liberal Offer By by Mr. Cone, who In an Interview The meeting was fairly well at- Precinct No. 5D.. Q..1eaBrook.I the following: other' things will appoint teachers '-;
this morning said: ended and resulted In August Ctli A. P. Hodges. H. J. Sterling inspector Address Mr. for the next school teen ',''.
Redmond B.Gantter.
I "W* anchored the Moreno about being set aa the date for the first I and H. J. Wackerman.
} The Biscayne two hundred yards from beach and primary and August 29th for the clerk. Voting place Mbool house. I Benediction ;r.

decided to swim ashore walk to the second providing the came Is nec I Precinct No. 6J.. A. Saxon L. I attend The public the above Is cordially exercise invited and to It Biship Gray Writes : R
House of Refuge and get sufficient essary. It. further provided R. Smoak I. I. Hardy, inspector
Is the wish of order that the ...
f Drug Co. gasoline to bring the sloop back to that. the registration\ boob be kept and J. W. I'nistead clerk. Voting attendance be our is J, .
as large as possi
the city. All were good swimmer pen la each precinct for four week place .Rouse's store. On Communion
ble. Especially are the ladle invited -
; aboard and we Jumped Into the surf preceedlng the primary, and also : Precinct No. 7F.. R. Oliver, and as flowers are In short
that they close! two weeks before J. N. Brantley. P. N
10 swim ashore, that being the only Bryan inspectors -
supply at tbfs time of the
4 the fa their the said primary. : andV.. !Marthall clerk. year Service :
Appreciating success means of reaching land. Mr. Horner would request all tbat can do so. to :
> business and desiring show their and I were close together.When In the matter of assessments Voting place Stranahaa'a: store. bring flowers which are very necessary ,
,t' Itratltnde for the aame the Blseayne about half the distance we came against the candidates there was Precinct No. 8J.. ''W. Ives. J. on this occasion. :. "
Drag Co, have decided to let apart I upon a aand bar and thought It considerable discussion reuniting In A. Harp J. H .Woffofd Inspectors John W. Graham -a
two days la each week! which will[ i led ashore, but after walking a few the following amounts being fixed: [ and J. H. Glissna clfrlc. Voting Marcus A. Mllam. Rev. N. n. Fuller pastor of Trta- ;

be devoted to some church.On feet we came to water over our Judge ISO.Sollotor. place school housr- at Ojus. John C. Gramlln,;. Ity Episcopal l Church, of this city. ,.t
each of these days they win I heads. I was to the south of Mr. '100. Precinct No. 9- VAaMathana\ Committee. Is In receipt of the following let- :
I aj i tarn their cub register >at the soak Homer and soon noticed that lie Clerk 175. B. F.. Curry, J. J. Oltugherty, Inspectors trr from B shop Gray which I 1. self yi
TounlAtn over :io the Ladle Aid Society was playing out and splashing desperately All candidate' must file their ap- and J. S. F'tera. cler*. sill l IOu tor, and of Ip<'f"al l Interest Tl
of each Individual church at In the water. I started to plication with the amount of their Voting placeFiler's: Parking House STr.RT"fynu "'I.nI.: to member or that conKr<*gatlon: .
of the assessment with the committee not Precinct No. 10- J. M. TAX MIKMIL DISTRICTThe .
ire erd day presenting them but Townley On the third Sun lay after Trta- 1-
him within few feet
: getting a later than twenty days before the P. N. Ryan, J. F. Jandon. in- It,., \fIBj he Holy Cointvunloo wa* '2
of be
attempted to grab hold of
i.:money the first primary.In spertors and F. W. Hahn. clerk. special election ced!; aS l first O'lrbrattd at Jam stown. Th* :
1 profit on the bnslne! The following me."I knew this would the matter of finances It was Voting place Fair building held at Stuart yesterday for the third Sunday after Trinity.: nOT
date have been assigned to the not do said I shown that the committee has a Precinct No. 11- A. Hardle J. purpose of determining whether a will be tb.ehr" hundredth aanl-
'. severe! churches of the city: Mr. Cone, "and backed away from balance on hand of "51 .00. which W. Galloway. A. F. Albury. Inpectors special tax school district should be vertary of 'this even' The bishops t F
Saturday Joe15, Episcopal him. With thla b* seemed to ke will be used In defraying the ex- and R. S. Potter clerk. created' resulted In a small vote buta arc riling to all the clergy urging
> church day.Tneeday heart and cue up. Just as h* pen..*\of the primary. Voting place Shone's store. pronounced expression In favor them to notify all of the congregations
Jnae It. Presbyterian went under I grabbed him by tile The pay of &e Inspectors and Precinct No. 13 -A. T. Dnval o fthe special tax district. of the men' thank offering.
church day.Saturday : head and turned him over. I then clerks was fixed at 12 each with an I T. R. Pinder, J. M. Tlson. Inspec But twen'y-one votes were polled Also tbat the third Sunday at- -,> |
'ff Jane zl, Baptist Charchday. began swimming towards shore and allowance of f Z and mileage for delivering tors and W. A. Cooper clerk. Voting seventeen of the number being for ter Trinity be set apart as a day of C
> finally mad It, though a few feet the ballot boxes In this city place. Brown ft Moody'a ware- the creation of the district while special thaaktgiviag for the three .-4,
Tuesday Jane n, Northern Methodist further and I would hare given up. and oa Friday following the election house. the other four were against the pro- hundredth year of Eagllnh Ch rI.t1- '
church By this time other members of the the committee will meet and Precinct No. 13H.. .
day Gossman J. ject. The small vote Is attributedto salty And It la hoped that the
Satarday. Jane II, Southern Methodist party reached me and w* got Mr. canvas the returns of the inspector Costello J. K. Knlghton. Inspectors many of thoie Interested la the day will be marked by a corporal .
t't Church day. Horner onto the beach where. af- The printing"necessary in preparing and G. W. Moody, clerk. election being engaged on their communion of 18... '.
Tuesday, July I, Chrlatlaa churchSaturday i ter considerable work, w* succeeded for the election was ordered divided Voting place Silver Palm school truck farms and otherwise which "At this service and at the other
ttay. In reviving him though h* was between the papers of the house prevented them from going to the service of the day an opportunity ,
July t. Catholic Churchday. very weak for some Urn afterwards. county. The following were named Precinct No. 14W.. A. Mock. polls. should be given for the receipt of
"We then walked to the House Inspectors and clerks: of the election W. A. Scott R. Blackwelder.' inspectors The ballot box was brought downto the offering which should be a* gea- Lf
Oa then days everything that of Refuge, secured fiv* gallons ot : sad E. A. Thomas, clerk. the city this morning and delivered cross as possible. An hls'orle address :
'[ Is poeatb- will be dong to give th*. gasoline carried It back to the Moreno Precinct No. 1- George McPher- Voting place Saxon's store to the school board who canvassed will be made by the rector." j
t. church; people and public the beat la a skiff which w* launched son. E. Stypmsn W. II. Parka Inspectors Precinct No. IS- A. T. Jens, the returns and found them
:J and moat dell.: oas drinks that eta through the Art and mad port and W. A. Ball.clerk. George. Bloom. Carl Larsen InapecL correct thus creating another: special Miss Ireae Jaudon Intends to 1e... I
oe nerved and all are Invited to l.. safely, though oar gasoline gave out Voting place. W. A. Ball's store. L .* and A. A. Simpson clerk. Voting tax school district la Dad CODatI. ta a short while for an extended ;

i dulge' the opprtaaltv. when we were Bear the dock." Precinct No. 1- E. C. Miller place achool house. _._ ._. -- -ttllatt visit to South Carolina

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The Weekly Miami Metropolis MAYOR HIS JOHNSONAND PLATFORM r i KE NELS---- .

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B. B. Tatum. President 8. Bobo Dean. SK-Tress. a Without thought a of personality reflection\ a'ldtbou upon anv; OF KORNBy Three Dade County Ladies J:

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY chief. municipal executive in th'

State all of whom are probably conscientious

, Blx months . . . . $100 One rear . .. . ...Si.00 In the discharge of their tti

TboM paring l la advance .will receive a year1 subscription for f 1 M duty ,we select ss our Ideal and i

,I and six month subscription far 75 cent This la a liberal dlsoourt to Induce right stamp of a man to holj public JOSH JINKINS Get Free to Jamesi
strictly advance payment ofllce and administer public affairs I ;

Hon H. W. Johnson, mayor of Apa-
lachlcola Listen to what he says: C x I Kurrjr wot U the kountytrerurer .
Entered at the Pojtofflce at Miami Florida, ai aecood-claai matter.
'Since my occupancy of the maj I kern In town this mornlu'I I

or's office, I have had In view: on a lode a hay to tend to blunlzz ::1
Mtll .\\', Jl Nl-. II. 1110;. "1st The enforcement of the In hiss office Gorg hlsnetf U a : townExposition at expense
laws without fear or favor raitey good feller an nose hla blxsDlxs -

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.' NEWSPAPER FIELD BACK ? efltted. thereby rows gettln' to oe time wen fel-I
"3d. The administration of the of The Miami
len wet ,I' never saw afore kum Metropolis
laws Impartially and free of bias,
Some mighty good stuff Is being Many had thought and said when favoritism In the street po' say "hello 01' teller :
prejudice or
written by the editor of the Santa K. Hudson Burr of Dade county, bain seen yer In a dace uv awile.
of dissolute characters
4th The making
haa chairman of the Railroad Commission ." blame bH I went
Star. Gosh
Rosa He got the newspaper fear the law, that In so doing np f
business, the duty of a newspaper announced his candidacy for they would recognize the fact tha' street! 'imornln' an' fore men wet I'd .

,i and the purpose of a newspaper Governor, that he was backed by they had to conduct themselves with never seen afore kern up .n' std Three ladies of Dade County selected by pop -"

with Its duty to the public, the administration but this seems decency and respect decent people hello Josh an' chuck me by the han'. I ular vote of the people will be sent on a ten day i

down pat. In a recent article nnde* la he an error aa those on the "10- "Sin The upbuilding of the I' By'n by 1 found out wot they; was tour to the historical I li4.

'. the caption. egldmste Fields" side declare Governor Brow'ard did community, and the broadening out after. Thay *uz nuthln' bat poller- greatest exposition ever

i', Be ha this to say all in his power to keep Mr. Burr of opportunities for all men who thliuns huntln JOB In the new kort held in the United States. The lady getting the

'. "It i* the bnslnes of a newspaper from becoming a candidate and wish to live decent respectable lives wot Fred Hudson sot fur the people I highest number of votes in the two districts r

: to discuss farts aad questions that positively refused to lend him any la a respectable community and who UT Dude Kounty. The feller dldn i

.. affect the public aad la which the assistance whatever In his caoJldarr would refuse to tolerate disorder tell me who there name wax to I combined will be allowed to select a traveling S

public are Interested All matters and unlawfulness retkun! I bain a goln' to YOU far companion, whose expenses the Metropolis will \
It 1s stated also that Governor "In this work I have had to contend 'um. .
'. of news and questions of public policy also to and from Jamestown from
ofEscambia I pay any point
are legitimate fields for the Broward favors T. A. Jennings, against:

; newspaper These are the thing aa his successor and will "1st. The man who did not wish Gcorg Baker kern In the vfilidse'smornin' in Dade County. Contest closes August 3rd
t' throw the administration Influence the laws enforced because enforcement -
; that touch and Interest the public on a lode a Umber an'It
and these are the thing for the to him Both Mr Burr and air : affected him In a personalway. a spendln most all day taukln'

1 discussion and circulation of which Jennings are anti-corporation exponents. to poUerUahnna an' genUmra uv bit
; the newspaper eust A* a pape Both are 4 ndomitableworkers **S d.I The opposition of those who qualntnnc. They call him an' Oorg What the Metropolis Does '
i desired non-enforcement for dollar
It both Into the
f w* have no morbid desire to drag go Knrrr the mlsteeryn mlgtti kaaa
out family skeleton from Its State primary campaign It will be and cents .reasons personal tothemselves an' hlte an'aU'
your they 'r bout tarn sine
Th. f1
and to their greedy pock- Metropolis will send the I meevMful candidate to the
of administration
a merry one Outside the -
biding place la the closet sad air It little grip aachel not.
kerry a
J i Jamestown
4 Mr Burr ha a strong _tbook Exposition for a tea Jay' trip, without one eeat of ..- 4t
before the staring of the curl. tntlde 'am.
eyes nobuddY now wou UT
"I refused to accede to the
has been I pens to the successful candidate
r v eve public W. don't want to hold political following aa demands of those who wanted a I They alto bin called other naimaDail I ?(

M np your foibles to the unfeeling crttt shown In his phenomenal campaignsand wide open town' a town where This will Include railroad far, from Mlaal or any otter

. trtsm of a cold werld. We don't successes aa a candidate will for mean women and meaner men coulddo Miller not yon 't ketch an'I point la Dad County to Jamestown and return and will laclad
Railroad Commissioner no
;. Intend to pry into your private affair doubt give the organization, a great a* they pleased, as long aa they peddle ipannlih mackertl U now I I all expense for the traveling companion I

.S and expose your secret vices deal of trouble had money to spend gawn to the bad an' jibed pollltlcken Also the beet of service wi. going to and from the *x- J
to your friend whom you have thus 'The street walker withes. to flaunt ".. ,
'ra's nice
he -
But these are only two candidate o Mil wax hlsspft w I positl| ** Tatoe* Car Service, dining-car' service: hotel hill
1', tar kept out of the Inner recesses her brajnnes In the eyes of our clams bet nettin' ..."'.:'
f" There will be other candidates and n feller 'a ever tred at till I *% urged end kaat h-. 1 at the xpoJUoa. 'f
of TOur heart. people. hoe wants to fill her gooItll' I 'Ith j
mleksed pollltlcki
":00, all that Is your private bust strong men, too, and It U a qaeatloa with rot-nut whiskey and par-t np long mlckst all t ..n.. -<. *tr jsjt sir un, Umi,., *> ;" the exposition '
shore f : over
i loess and not the public; hence who will be successful in palling I|Il\de her deparvily before the eyes of gits a It'r. up i grouacj and concessions m ..__ "bt* aide attrach..o> therela.

ft It la something with which the public down the plum At any rate a I!I IOllr women and children !|! I II It win Inclad everything for the comfort pleasure Instruction "j
I sensational and Interesting Hat Blunders Juneyer tram
5 S has nothing to do. Bat when yon highly "f say she shall not do It If I can I np
.?!\ lo

fe perform or tall to perform your pub- ball respect our women as long at \llllge lather day an' Is a hangtn'round !| by the popular vot of the people. Nothing will be cheap everything -

Cf lie duty, do a thing that affect the a la in my power to mrke her do I' I I Tit Hut halnt maid UP his will be flrit-elasa. .

-.. morals of the public or boar upon GIVE THE BABYA She cn not fill\ up on whiskey: and I mind fur hlsselt ylt bout rnnnln fur ....
i: t parade the streets as, long ss I am orifice but seems as how a beep uvi 1' :
any of the,; luteretts of society;
LITTLE CHANCE mayor, and she knows It And our i tlawabiding tellers la a tryln' to lII.a.
t' when take a position or fall to
you Those
or people know it, and I last, !! Hats mind up fur him 'thout nurBsutknrM Who Will Be SentThe "::
.V take one OB a public question
"Don't Kiss the Baby." This 1* the although the most Important of all! | Kum out Hal a week
f i when you to any way project '-0IIrf to candidate receiving the largest amber of vote la Dlr-
sign the New Jersey Commission -our women and our children han hain't no sense far not anscrln'
}L ..If the legitimate teld of the new*' fight tuberculosis want to be posted know ft.'Tbe I I\Ul'llahulII.\ 'Member Hut Iloile. I trlct No.1. twaleh Includes voting pnclDCt No. U. Miami andsuburbs. .

ft. liaper efforts they w* have a perfect everywhere It would be a good man who writhes to conduct the feller wot Invested kaids --... a* ) f '.

rlgbt4say. ft la our solemn. sign in a double _... Poor little a business a* he pleases to run It, how taint IIqIJareto heap kards np Ta* eaadldat .
receiving the largest number of votes la District .{
: duty- to give! yon the attenUon ,.out ..
baby It It U clean and pretty .hkhall regardless of law, and the maD who a aleare morn a few rrlnnlt
toerlt babies are not by a long shot, doe rot want the law enforced In { Nat .. which includes aUa.. territory la Dade County

"This we shall dd la a manner entirely everybody wants to buss It. It U his particular ease, have never sup- i outside .f Preelaet N*. 1).| ;.

J free tram prejudice and with helpless defenseless. and Ignorant of ported m., and never will do It. Med Kellum Is back from the : To the eaadldau raeelTlii the highest aumber of vote In
jp M few personal reference a* the Its danger Men and women, re These men do not wish the law en- Jamestown koanir far an' ses at 'i

41 cue will admit." air women, with a breath that would forced. They are after the dollar, hit U out a *h*. Ges hit 1*. Med tile abov two JlatricU: will' .. given the privltg of Meeting atravellaf t

which mean In this caw 'every tans a good menay ar us fellers companion.
at knock down a mule, grab the baby
man for himself and the devil for' bain t got the "gH thar* speshly i:
STORY OF THE and give It a smack on the mouth '
the hindmost. kana sum fellrn' hain't pad. than
sad the "sweet IttU sing" ha to
1 CRIME AT,BOISE CITY take ItLet "I stand for the home decencyand scrlpabnn: to the paper fur a tote '! Basis 01'! Votes .:

people kiss their own babies. the protection of our women spell Dont never start a paper l
There 1' U progress la B,,IM. City W. are getting health rated down and children** lied else yl' won't never git no ware i Vote will be allowed oa all subscription paid to the Metropolis

Idaho one of the boost noted trials pretty fiDe when babies must not be Mayor Johnson I I. alright H* If aa' hare nuthln' to go with tnnyhow : oa th* following 'bask
q la the criminal anaa of the country rA
kissed, but there are plenty of made of the right kind of stuff and I

t; and one In which If the.l..oraf grown folk*. If they want to kiss If h* adhere to his stated policy Taller Merrltt wot keeps Docks fur
testimony tf Harry UrchirJ one of and Carrie It out to the letter Apalachicola I 1 month ((5 weeks) 50c------------ 50 votes
i each other let them take the risk the kounty U a fE UII' quit well at i
the wit_.... U trat. U showing up will >. one of the cleanest I
;. and go ahead. Sometime this sort this ritln' Taller 1s a good bookkeeper
'. the greatest band ol criminals a civei town, morally In the ctate An administration t
of thing I* also dangerous if one bavin' tuck lewanx tram a 3 months S1.25.------------------- 175.votes
Th of
lltsed. world has ever produced. public affair upon I Ii
I* caught at It. Here are aomo Btte tkool an' after tradua-
the attention of the platform declared by llr Johnson
'tj' trial U attracting h\:
States Its things which are a menace to health, sounds good look 1 tln' tram away an' tuck I
the whole Called by revelation good and *
,1 of aa attoaadiag story ofJf. say the doctor: good. a poet mortnm hors la won a 6 months $25.0-J------------------ 400 votes +!
-Klsje and file and .
carpet lone them korrespondJn akoola. Edder-
crime, cruelty and bloodshed, ant a I
Jf.t entire labor world skirt lavlt the spread of disuse kaahnn la wot kount now days as'
.. la which the 12 months $5.00
: la brought rider the baa of discus'sloe. and the dirt "trackedInto the ONE OF THEDIFFICULTIES Taller '. rite thai with the goodson ._-- -- -____ ___ _. 1000 votes ;.'-
t. hour I* a sure menace to the child'shealth. *lm.

V All the horror of the dirty For' every r-r11'nrfpUoa to the WKXU.Y aOCTBOPOLl
aid all dares of '*
Laborlq'mea .
\ |' streets can be found la more or' lea Ue price of which la l.M.. th* Metropoll will allow SI* rot**. '
reader art watching the progressPt degree in the horn. Dr. Mayfield One of the difficulties of the summer Day afore yeatlddr, was re'lebratej -

f the trial with great interest for of SL Louis point out, at a eoa- buslnea U the tendency of so by the ladles ..01'. got husbands For an lob work, advertising etc.. paid to the Miami PrtaV )

Race i ventlon BOW being held, that the many people t* hold back money In a.' trend wou Elks That lag Co.. during the contest w* win allow one vote for seek IV '

McQuirea. house fly next to kI...... U the the simmer tlxoe. all plaid karda an' tawked 'bout eat ao paid. :. ;\
.s, Pr a, appreciating They do not seem to real_ that ;;
Th Associated *
most dangerous means of lafectlon.But I tbare nayber &. drlnked peppermint IB every lu of the Dally and
Weekly Metropolis. there ,
l-fc ita Importaac. has a corps off trala- wberethere's dirt then t* the the dollar herd bark by the purchaser I Jeyllp Gee wi&. but It shore t
aew. I* a dollar removed from circulation will bt found a co.po.Iuk which when property and plainly tAiled
.d repreeeatatlve prevent.
sounds like show
.t fly the moral of which I*, keep a poultry wen a
threrawto eschew the sensational clean. The majority of the inhabitants and a dollar removed from circulation fetters panes by that place we* the oat and delivered to thla office, win entitle the candidate. ..
for the sake of leuaUonaltom.aad mean a great many dollar In named thereoa to vote _
prefer dirt; It U a bother to wtmmln't a meetln' thar an' playIng one 5 f'
. G: report th* tact aa they appear. remove It. the way of exchange and business karda. Fred Swallerntcebecg. ..
1 Tae 1tOf'7. a* H aa. appeared Th* way to prevent this largelyis
And then Dr Wood Hutchinson the feller wot mlckst them Jewllp ..t
r' far U a remarkable and abounding scared the wit out of com of hit to advertise unusually large lathe np see aa how the Jewllp went like Roles 01! the Contest '
Offer Inducements
la summer. special
; narrative ol murderous crime
: hearer by declaring Pullman car hot kakea after shay got itartljMenay e
i. which Governor and high State official were "next to comn"aad that ma/ a* will keep the money moving av the ladles wet went wore 1. Candidates mast ae properly nominated by two reliable i 1
and in
doing bur
so keep the
were the victims, or ItteuJt. -
municipal halla, because of their mesa good powerful flue dresais, sum uv witch eitlxea of the district wherein the candidate resides. who will 1.7.

,: ed victims< lack of sanitation were "hole ofCalcutt. Another thing the Metropolis contends cost morn S dollars an' a biff an' I vouch for the Candida Any lady over fifteen year of ag* I* ,

If Orchard' tory 1* tine he hlgtir doc .." Well what can be done for I* that the cltlxeo: of Miami ewrybuddy nose how high fratA I* eligible when so nomlaUd. provided the rule of the contest arecompiled
ly deeerve the. gallows, and so about It* The populations Increase tewo ti-
ought to spend their aibom with
the men who art OB trial. Much lntereaUrg and multiply la spite of famine money c:
.. I evidence .to yet to be developed I earthquake dirt flood. fiN andplague' *. If they make their livingla !. Candidate mast reside la the district la which they are Iii
Miami it Is thEir duty Don'tbuy
.' and some startling disclosure !" Never mind The population things North and Thare's a goin' to be grate Coin's nominated and la event of removal or .withdrawal vote already ,
\ Frees I unnecessary In the vUllge oa the forth July
Associated a
Jro\ Th 4
are promised will be reduced by war someday West Don't spend In polled for her will be forfeited No transfer ot vote will
your be
money allowed .
i:.r f which 'COy.. all the new of all the kause people hove found out wot day ,

,;) world. shows Ita great capacity and o Baltimore. New York, Chicago or UT the month hit knm on this yrer after they have been one counted ,
other that bo
A facility for coverlag smelt affair any place ought to Menny fokes Is a goin' to have fire f S. The right I* reserved by the Metropolis to amend these
As a criminal Harry Orchard I* spent In your own Interest In the 1
i d filly and thoroughly, inch a* DOT proving to be a peach.At city of Miami krackers an' I1Im'l have to fire condition or to withdraw the offer la any district where only/ one C
In Europe or kracker the net kit day It thaT don'tbhow :
other organisation!
candidate 1
If you will we can and will have nominated of voted for k
l America U capable of doing up on time. Utbers will have t
a good summer There U no disputing I
t" The proceeding* of this trial are last the good old summer Urn that factGradually peenut hunts an' play tlsVitertasklt I 4. Each coupon printed the Dally\ or Weekly Metropolis 4

,I of tar more general Interest than seem to have nit the country at a a green an' yeller bajklt an' usher I U good for one vote for any regularly nominate candidate. .

.'I was the famous Thaw trial which large good and heavy ADd It'* high kiwiln' games an* aecb like a* wets Special bollota will be tarnished on all subscriptions received at \ j
t electrified ,the entire clvlllted unlf time, too.Some bat surely State. county dun on hollerdays. Sum people 'I : this office. fi

rere. Hl crime l was only an In- L and up.municipal politic are warming take a bath if Sail,'* a rnnnln' to 5. Ballot sent to the Mete.. :s for a person not regularly t f

vtance In ComparUon to the magnitude time or other but not tow the beech If not why anther time '1 1
nominated 11'11be\ held for
wholesale butchery of and do Jest 'a well one week, giving the person to sending
of this probably not In the near future : maybe. Deecunt !
lanoceat and 4tf8rltlf'ltM man tha the Jacksonville Metropolis and Will the assessments Axed: by the token will 1Ianw>t'tlo' In the the ballot a chance to either nominate the person he or she vote i

I* being divulged at Boise City Tampa Tribune will settle the qut.- Dade county executive committeescare chnrrhrs In the morning tint 410'1'' for. or to give to some regularly nominated candidate

,0 tlon of whUh city Jacksonville or some of the asnlrlnr, candidates they durn pierce nil\ the rest UT the (. No employee of the Miami Priming Co ; s
out of the criminal court office I or member of :
Representative .4W. \\aton of Tampa baa the cheapest waTer and race* Toe figures are rather day an erenlo .The firth of July employee family will be eligible In the content Any authsafwt' ai
Miami sttfus io blue been the onhIhHiri Issues kindred thereto Th.lI..m Is a bollerdiy it most token clrmejnp ;
7 nigh but the ffif II are worth having candidate shall have the right to rime
the oralh l 14 .ml..r "f Ole late I.eicir.K >- the public! rise up and declare It and therefore the hare rhfbin but the edditorn a "tIQ'e suhlect! 'o our

nelronHd Home by a brass one of the most nonsensical arguments ; "ould-be this I.ollumII' mike a lc ks.-p- approval In the event stub miecessrilin' <' <1l1te is unable to m' ke
ers taunt for what /J
pay by 1
."t banU and ;sit; was riot aBucVv hand to sensible editors ever in- IE'! hOIJ-1 hun UT this forth an'ti, '<".H."P all! the trip for any mason

dulcet In sub! .; .Ith..r.uj.lIOntlle Metropolis -- crp' wants Questions or C nl-n"'r..l.. wi,i r>e settled! hy the Mi ml
0-- to pay Oorg Wa'hlntun never toil 1 1a
Printing Co. alone
Who says Dude (land and In aecept'ng the n"mnalhn1!' .
ennty _
I It ca: iidat
Good for Miami It boasts oft' Two years and a half from now no everbud'T git tgether, an' 1
valuable' Mr \vil.am: IV ring i agrees: to accept.anj abide by the cotdltli, '
IK the time set by the F. E. C. celerbrate the t'lei alit lion, UU* and rules' tit'0 ';
'1 JS*,144, !\2 tn< bank J"I>O>Ilt. paid 115000 lot about! hlny acres .
for babe of .Ix summers hallway (rmpan;. for running Its kin tuner be like "Sick distemper -- _
Pretty guo a f of country land. Hi wanted it and = = =--- =-_=c- -_
and BO. ulntet*.- Ian-pa Tilboae first through: train into Key West he got it. and on it he .ill tree I tlrannns" e ploorlbu nocks vomicVer ..

Beg pardon but we .r.. Kncummer I And there were some people who another monument in the thrpe ofa is wet ev\rtuddy iihooj say on 50,000 Votes

0$4. and hot a out nrhamed once upon a time and even nom declare residence that will have but few the glory ua forth.

of our ./ \. the feat of building a railroad JOSH. Mr. E. B Touglas : :
I age. .llbeJu equals In the length an.I breadth of proprietor of the Ideal Dry
I across the Florida Keys Impracticable the land. Thus do we ero.de.elop Goods Store ol Miami Fla. has
: bet out the br oci., the r.t.1 ...*. Ibis U the day when and swell In Importance purchased from the I
\..'-.: the shoves( the sfcrkiet. the ;l.n.t brain triumphs over brawn, the old From an authentic source It II'I publishers of the Miami Metropolis fifty thousand I

,. mowers. the wheelbarrows, the way of measuring a man' worth and 1 Happy Mother learned that the yield of cantaloupe ((50.000)) votes for the contest
In now
this section' this will being conducted
season \ be
;t! carts, the trash cats, the boxes, OleI possibilities by ;
a about the same as lat year, bring; i the Miami Metropolis to send three Dade
the 1DOpthe scrubbing Couuty ladles ;
soap Will see that hr baby is properly from 12& to ISO
brushes, the time, the disinfectants, Even now" people are complainingof eared for- to do this a good pur git average of between curs(00 There and Is TOO.an I to the Jamestown Exposition. Mr. Douglas will give ten I

I f the sprayers the boss and let ever the heat; and sighing for the cool, live 1* necess>r*. Many babies suffer and despite the long drought, which I votes for every dollar's worth of goods '
purchased at his :
and lntrllla-eDc4 take command
(7 pleasant days of 1.ltIot.r.. An from worms and their mothers has I
Clean up tile flank; and rears as well I ohnerver one wrote something like don't know ItIf Your baby I* feverish came proved at lut a to hindrance Invigorate; the the plants rains store and such votes will be received and credited to the

i....: a* the tt"onta Cl*a np everythingthat this: and donnn't sleep at :11< same 'he
"f needs '-lIlnC;, and do It w It I* a big Job for one day, bat by year regular coupon votes and premiums In the .
V Cream Metropolis. ,
: hen its hot lie wants It cool. Vermlfure will\ clean out) feel greatly(: encouraged as the price

I.. keeping bare at It for two or three days Chen It s cool, he wants It hotHe these worms In a mild plcanant way bids fair to hold up during the entire I provided the votes are cast within the the time limit .'

we can a spotless town Thereare 's never contented with his lot; One tried always nsed Give It a season. owing to adverse conditions specified thereon MIAMI
few 'PRINTING ..
a Who CO
ought also to
Therefore we say, as a rule trial. Price tc Sold by Biscayne in other rertlous of the country '
1> bathed.t.t
a-1 e Man fool.
a Drug Co. Gainesville Sun 'f

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The balance report of showed 11.227 .farther.. admitted that the to School Board XOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR '; '

BIG FISH EXHi'BITfOR City Council turned be due Into the what school Is fund known had aa beet surplus County Now Busy'Preparing For Fill Discharge .:.,;,

gain account, leaving aa a matter I In Court of County Judge State of I.

I of fact no balance to the school Florida. .
JAMESTOWN[ fund. The Budget For I In re Estate of C. B. Crockett Jr..

(From Friday's Dally) The Flagler donation was mad Dade County_ q

The greater part of UM nlght'i the luue at dlMUMton. Mr Lummus

session of the city council was spentIn contended according to his belief Next Notice Is hereby given to all whom
fXPOSIIIONGOES a discussion of street sewerage that the amount of $1,850: donatedby Expenses It may concern, that on the 2 Sth

and paving!:, and ever the claim of }II'. Flagler was not to the school Jay of September A. D. U07. 1

the trustees of the special tax school fund but the financial aid of the thai) apply to the Honorable A. B.

district of Miami, that the city council city which at that time was financially Heyser.Judge of said Court as Judge
I I. due to the school fund a sum embarrassed. Mr. Lummui of Probate, for my final discharge

aggregating!: K total of about $3.000. admitted that be had not bad timeto a* Administratrix of tile estate of

FORWARD FR6N j The dliwuwion was Interesting go thoroughly; over' the records After Which The Appointing of Teachers Will Be Taken C.that B. Crockett Jr. deceased; and
at the
I same Utile I will
throughout and at times animatedand prevent
and atked for more time In which to
FLORIDA: WATERS bordering onto the personal.The examine the same before making a i Up-Fine New School Building Will be Built At Dania. : to administratrix said court my final accounts aa
i of said .
ball was started rolling by positive expression on the matter. estate

the reading of a communication from Contention of Trustees Stuart Voted Special Tax District-Various Other I ask Dated for their .ppro .I. t+
2Sth. A. D. 1107.
Fred Rntter. contractor, asking; :
Judge Heyser and Mr. T. V. Moore Ague McO. CrockettAdmialatratrtx.
of the balance due him on School Matters Given Consideration and
Arrived Here Lut Night on Steamer the Seventh street paring, and Incidentally : .trustees of the special tax district Action .
By Hudson *
paying his respects to the were present and stated their contentions Boggs.Attorney .

Miami and Consists of all Fish class and kind of work being Jon which was to the effect that *. t
the records show the city due the
by the city' la laying the sever on
Indigenous to These Watm-A: 11th street school fund about ISOO', of which (From Wednesday's BILL FOR DIVORCE
Mr. Rntter contended that the $1.850 of It was donated by Mr.' .C

Big Advertisement. i iI paring had been reported favorably Flagler. They appealed for harmony The Dade County Board of Education patrons at Deerfleld asking that a In the Circuit Court of the Seventh
t feat that In tbs premises and waited to doth continued Its session yesterday school be Judicial
I upon by the city engineer established there. The Circuit of Florida, la and
back right thing but mainly tried to afternoon and after transactinga petition recited that for the
the balance had been held by If the board will county of Dad..
I the Board of Public Works sine last fore of the city Into admitting a number of important matters gotdown furnish the material they the patrons In Chancery. ,
debt to the school fund to the appointment of teachersfor will
b3 for December. Mr. Front a repreeentatlre pat sp the building On Thomas Williams)
fish display
The government of the Board who was present Council admitted that If there Is the next school year, but this motion It was ordered that upon receipt ....

the Jamestown exhibit arrived last I stated that Mr.' Ratter bad bee paid a balance In the so-called surplus was suspended' while on the appointments of a deed to tots 1. 2 and 2. Anna Williams .

night from Key West bn th. steamer I In full except: a certain amount deducted gala account, transferred there from in the Miami' school, so as to block S. that th* saperiaundent be Bin for Divorce t

Miami, and wu at once placed u the expense to the city the school fond.Uiat It should be reverted prepare next year's budget authorized to purchase the material To Anna Williams, defendant the

aboard the cu awaiting here, going In putting the street In good condition back to the latter find, bat The first matter taken up yesterday for the building above entitled cause:

out thta morning en route to the and openly asserted that the could see no use In doing so as the afternoon was the receiving of On motion It.was ordered that It appearing from the affidavit of 4'

Federal building on the exposition board did not Intend to pay anymore city had no mosey and will not have Itemized estimates from the trustee material be famished colored schoolNo. the said Thomas Wllllama. plaintiff -

grounds money to the contractor. any at an early date In which to of Special Tax School Districts No*. I, for ak addition and repairs, In the foregoing cause that you
1 and 2, of funds and
Th* rnhlblt Is large anJ Interest- )II'. Rutter denied the statementsof make and meet such an obligation. providing the patrons will do th. art at present In the State of Florida .
their disbursements the next
tag having a specimen of almost Mr. Prout relative to the acceptance Time and again the trustees appealed during work.A bat that you are concealing

every fish Indigenous ,to theM waters of the work by the dty engineer for an admission of debt to the year filed.The estimates were received good portion of this morning's yourself and your Identity ao that 7
It was gathered at Key, West would that and session was consumed In canvassing
and Intimated that he fcebool fund claiming they are service of process can not be served
and adjacent waters and Is a ..er'J".ttrart..e for erect school building Messrs. A. C. Frost and S. M. the return of the special tax school '
appeal to the courts of Justice about to a new ; upon you In this matter and that
and Interesting dlkplay Alaobrook. of Danla. addressed the district election held at Stuart +r
his As sort of compromisethe : that they had about eleven thousand there la
pay a no one In the State of Florida r
The fish were caged in large compartment I board offering to purchase the the result showing that th.el..nlo. -
council derided to refer" the matter dollars available for the sane, and of legal 4
with school at that place for had age upon whom serttceoollid
tanks supplied pumps I property carried In favor of the
streets andImprovements that If council would admit owing
+ and machinery for rsrnlshlng them I to the committee on S400, with a view of erecting: a newshnol creation of the district by a vote of be mad that would be binding '
fund stated
for Investigation tile school amount
with oxygen; food. etc.. for keeping I an any '- building They stated' that IT for to 4 against. A maximum In said cause
which It was adimtted at the time hat they, the trustees, could reallxe "t..' F. of therefor* under and pnnaaat to t
3 them alit* and In a healthy state. ", E. C. Railway Companyad levy three mips was voted on for
The ear Is also specially provided could result In very little good nn- on It. donated one acre for the erection the district Several other specialtax the laws of the Stat of Florida, it t

for the transportation of such aa lecs the contending parties came tsn Council was fully In sympathywith of a school building; and proposed school district matters were disposed Is hereby ordered" that you are hereby ;,'

exhibit; There are two government agreement and effect a settle the position of the trustees, that the board donate the sum of during tile morning one '! required to appear to the bin

1 Bah experts In charge ot the car. : ment. and a resolution prevailed finally I of $700 Including the $400 above I I I of which was to request H. F. Atkinson filed against you la the above cause 'a

'j whose duty It Is to nurse and care Crmilaad and Prose that council recognize a Jebt to the mention they, the patrons of Danls. to advise the board as attorney oq Monday the first day of July, A.

for the flah. The exhibit II one that I A little later on In the meeting school fund and agreeing to pay agreeing to subscribe the sum ot in the matter relative to the Dt( 1107, th. sam being the rule

+ mast do the state and this section streets and sewers bobbed np againIn the sam over" to the trustees pro- $300. thns erecting a school building funds of Special Tax School Ditriet *- day of said month to answer unto

'especially much C 04. sttoialaUng the shape of a resolution from Tiding the records show any such to
and Inducing disciples of husk the Board of Public Works asking "-Dt. whenever the money ls avails to be of concrete blocks 10x10 feet. this the budget was abide by the order of our' said court S '

Walton to come here and try their for authority and an order from *. This sstlsfled Messrs. Heyser The proposition was accepted.It again taken np and wa seder course err Judgment will be rendered against

lack at angling.DESCRIPTION council to proceed with the paring and Moore Mr. Lemmas promising appearing that Mr.' P. H. Roper of preparation at 2 o'clock this af- you by default. ;1

and sewering of various streets within to make a farther report at a recess supervisor of the school at Dan ternoon. Following this the appointment It I* further ordered that thin '2

OF WFW th. district between llth street meeting to be held next Tuesday I.. Is away from horn Indefinitely, of teachers will probably order be published In the Miami Metropolla. -
HIGH bCHOOL nCttDIXG and the city limits north and from night. the omce wa declared vacant andA. be resumed th. meeting bidding a newspaper published lathe

I the railroad to the bay east and Other MattersA C. Frost appointed In his stead.A favorable for n continuance Into to- city of MlamLDade county, Florida

'; Bids are now being received for west. petition was received from the morrow. one a week for not lees than ;
be statement was rurnlshed from -- -- --- --- ------ --
School to -- -
a new High building I This brought on ffiacusslon. Mr. thirty (It) d'JI.
erected on th street* between Ave- Cropland wanted to know U wt actually Mr.' Brown, of the Fort Dallas National There Are Few It U farther ordered that a copy of '

uses C and D. The banding will be' bar a board of public work Bank relative to the bond of GOVNIBROWARDWILL this order be posted at the courthouse
one wing of a complete scheme consisting char City Treasurer Hinton the substance
the amending of the city
since door at the of Dade
who county
People how
to take
of two wings i and a Central Mr. Front of which was that the bond Is expected -
t ter.' He was Informed by care of themselves the majority do and State of Florida and that a eopy ,.ef
will mall.
central arrive her
portion. The building to on any
that the Board of Public Works will b sent by man the said defend
contain she administrative officeand. not Th* liver 1* a most Important to
stairway In the second floor be In omce until November 4. whenIt The streets and Improvement committee APPOINTNOMINfS organ In the body. Her bine will sat Anna WUIlama. at her last
will Into oblivion, The qaestlon reported the result of a conference known address la Palatka
pass Florida
4 will be the assembly hall. The classrooms : keep It In condition. V. C. Simp- ,
with Dr. of the
toilets ate.111 be la the of how the paving and sewer MacOonlgle. I kins Alba T**.. writes: "I bays Don and ordered pursuant to law
two wings. tag shall be done was then raised waters works company relative to used Herblne for chill and fever .< Miami Florida County of Dads

Although at this lime only the and K wa sthe consensus of opinion the installation of fire hydrants at [ and find It the best medicine I ever this first day of Jan. A. D. IltT

east wing win be erected It Is In Itself that If the same Is done by contractand the Sub-Tropical Laboratory on the used. I would not be "without K. (Ct Ct Seal) Z. T. Merritt ;
of work advertised South Side, and which was to the effect
a complete baOdiag, and lathe a sufficient amount It Is *s good for children as it Is Clerk. na#
future when the needs ,of the for at one time that both local that the pipe leading to that for grown np people, and I recommend By W. I.: Norton D.f. r

town increase and the school outgrows and foreign bids could be se territory la only two Inches In diameter It. It Is line for la grIppe"Sold O. A. Worley, t y

its quarters, the whole cured. hence fire hydrants would be I by BIscays Drag Co. Attorney for Plaintiff. ;i

+ wcheme: of building "nay be completed Board 84 Dew fposjSrttllag if little or no service. This closed I

.th.t having to undo any this question another was the project of Installing the hydrantsat QUALIFIED IN THE ORDER FOR PTBLICATKMC ORDER FOR PTBLICATIO

i of the work en this bundle I. propounded: that of taking on new the present time.
The first building 'will be about before that already ordered the DEMOCRATIC PRIMARYTo r
work City Marshal Hardee report In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Is the Circuit Court Seventh Jsdle-
S0x7 feet, facing till street, with done has been completed. It was sum of I4H.10 collected In fines I Circuit Dad County Florida.In lal Circuit Dad County Florida
front and back entrance There much work already ordered -
shown that and forfeitures daring the month of I Chancery. 'In
will be a basement and a front and Jon has not been touched by May; lit arrests made during the I City of Miami Chancery.Qty of Miami

second floor. In th* basementre the board of public works, and aftera same period, and 42 street light vs.Ullle .
the bays' toilet. gymnasium andS thorough discussion and dissection Offices In The Criminal Court of Jackson. vs.

r two rlsss rooms On;! the first floor of this matter daring which Mr. out.City O. N. Small
are four class rooms and '.I.m-{ caused smile to spread over Sanitary Inspector Nellaon reported Record and So Wires Senator F. Foreclosure of Lien. Foreclosure of Lien.It .
Prout a In It appearing by affidavit appendedto %
bly room. 10x60 felt On both the the dty and dump grounds appearing by affidavit appended
floors are wide corridors running the room by remaning that to do good sanitary condition. Hudson Today Thus Refuting the bill filed la the above stated to the bill filed la the above stated
council planning
trouble lay
1, the length and Width of th* bnlldlng. while the Board ot Publlo lcopl.( of proposed contracts between cause that LJllle Jackson the defendant cause that D. N. Small the defendant -
one the City and the Eureka Fire A RumorOo.ernor therein named Is a nonresident therein named Is a non-r-

yt The battling which is he design Works planned Crosland to do another the te Hose Company for the purchase of of the state of Florlla.,.ad her I Ident of the state of Florida and his s +k.

I of Architect We C. De larmo. which Mr. expressed of Public tw6 thousand feet of firs host, at a residence Is unknown and that thereIs residence is unknown and that thereis

will be of either r-tnforeed concrete opinion that the Board council advised total cost of $1. 00. were snbmlt- no person In the State of Florida '' no person in the State of Florida

or artificial stone, with;* dark Works should do as Introduced ted. It was the opinion of the council the service 01. subpoena upon the service of a subpoena anon J
r red tiled roof and wide projecting them to do a resolution was Boardof that such contracts should be let Broward win recogniie whom would bind such defendant; whom would hind such defendantt

eaves. The architectural treatmentis and prevailed that the to by bids, but u a recess meeting Is and appoint In the new criminal that she Is over the age of twentyone that he Is over the age of twenty- +

sn adoption of the ElUabethan Public Works proceed carryout by to be held next Tuesday evening the court of record the nominees of the years; It la therefore ordered on. years; it la therefore ordered t
style the style In which som. of the the work already ordered that said non-resident defendant be
that 4
matter was carried over until I. For that said non-resident defendant be
_aaur1ftIILU'St sen elastic bnlld- council before taking np any new Urn*. primary to be held August and Is hereby required to appear to and U hereby required to appear to i
t; Ings are bant.Th work and that the city clerk.Tarnish several days past there kas been la the bill of complaint filed In said
the bill of complaint filed la
fighting and ventilation win them in writing a list of the work Several other matters, among them Governor Sth
circulation a report that the cause on or before Monday, the before Ith
Monday the
on or
be very thorough as the windows are previously directed by council.In auditing and approving of bills was would not recognise the nominees day of August A. D. 1107 otherwise D. 1107 other- it.
day of August A.
large and la of three and with street Improvements carried over to the next meeting;, after to bin win
group connection of the primary and! appoint the allegations of said Vise the allegations of said bill will N
four occupying ever half of. the and paving the Board of Public which the meeting' adJourned.AlI office certain favorites or selections be taken u confessed by said de-
members, except: Mr.Ranlerson wer* be taken u confessed by said de-
wall area of tile betiding. Third
F Works was directed to put of his own. fendant.It fendant. '
street from which rock had been present. In order to refute this SenatorF. Is further ordered that this order f K
It I I. farther ordered that this order
Repairing Quarantine. LMBX removed by the city In good repair M ..Hudson who fathered In the be published one a week for be published one a week for i
The quarantine launch !iClartch and condition. Returned Fran Cruin legislature the bill creating the new eight consecutive weeks In the Miami -
consecutive weeks In the Miami
was hauled oat thus morning on Mr. A. J. Kolb petitioned for a county, wired Governor Browardfor Metropolis, a newspaper published tight ,\ ..A
! Brown Haffstetlefs. way for repairs reduction of the assessment on lot (From Tuesday's Dally) his decision In the premises and In said county and State. Metropolis In said a newspaper and State.) published -f

te her halt The Chinch was f. block 71, which he alleged had Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Budge this morning received from the chief This JOth day of May. 1S07.Z. This IIIth county of May. 1107.Z. j
brought down by Mallory steamer I been Improperly assessed, bat on daughter Fannie their father. ant executive who Is In LIT Oak, the :. T. )lerrltt.Ct. 'f-1
. from New York to Key West and' the opinion of city attorney Gautler. Mr. Harry C. Budge returned home following reply, which sets at rest ( Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court T. Merritt
tn handling her In slings, etc. she all Idle rumors relative to the primary (ICt. Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court "
that council has BO power to act In late yesterday afternoon from a Redmond B. Gantier i
was quite badly aqtteesed. .making the premises, the clerk was Instructed twenty-three days cruise on the lower nominees not being recognised Solicitor for Complainant Redmond B. Gaatier f

the hall leak, and It Is to Stop the to notify Mr. Kolb that the proper coast aboard Mr. Bad,.'. yacht by him Solicitor for Complainant :
cam that she was ,haaltd !lout lave Oak Flu Jane It.
s proceedurs would be for him to Dorothy. During the cruise the NOTICE TO CREDITORS
before the Board of Public party went a* far as Key West "F. M. Hudson Miami 'Fla.: ORDER FOR PCBUCATIOX (V lY
r Mr and Mrs. George L. Brannng appear to recommend officers :
of whet several days were spent They "Arrangement Stat
Works when It meets u a board In Court of the County Jadge, *
and Ilttl. son. of West Palm Beach few days henee. bad excellent lack with the finny by primary perfectly satisfactory of Florida Dade county. In the Circuit Court Seventh Ja4Je'i,
pent Saturday In town gsesta of equalization a tribe among which were three large to sal Circuit Dade County Florida l:,.
read fromthe In Estate of Matilda A. Moffak
A communication was me."N. re
heir' relative Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tarpon. Their success, however, B. Broward. In Chancery '.
Record requestingpay To all creditors legatee, dlatriba-
St Augustine
Kpitser! on 11th streit.COUNTY "Governor. of Miami
with the latter fish. was poor owing City
for certain books tarnished the tees and all persons having claim
to insufficient tackle, which would vs. *
The matter was ordered to demands against said estate:
city. MISS VXME or
not stand the strain of the gamemonsters. CLEMOX S. T. ..
current bills U be taken np at the EMKRTAIMED You and each of you are hereby MUdleton.Foreekwmre "
The capture were mad) of Lien.It 1-
COMM'RS regular time. on the trip down and on arrival at notified and required to present say 'appearing by affidavit appended (t.'t

The streets and Improvement committee Key West new supply of Uuvs add From Frldar'a Dally) claims and demands which yon ot io the bill filed In the above' stated
recommended the placing often books were procured but the tub Mils Fannie demon entertained either of you may have against the J l
raose that 8. T. ) the defendant
GET AN INCREASE electric lights In Riverside Sling estate of Matilda\ A. Moffat. deceased fcr
I were found exceedingly scare ou M number of friends at her home on therein named Is a nonresident I
: a map designating their location they return trip.A..al. Avenue B last night Inj honor ofMiss late of Dade county, Florida to of the state of Florida, and his
The report was accepted and of'St.' the undersigned admlnlatratrlx of
Majlene Scale Augustine ?
residence Is unknown and that
., the clerk aataoriied to notify the Stale Shoot who Is visiting her (xnuin, Mir said estate within two years from no person In the State of Florida, '>

.., According to a recent act passed electric company to Install Less said Lennte Mae Seal the date hereof. the service of a subpoena upon (e

,, by the Legislature .and which has lights. St. Augustine Is to get the State Among the amusements cf the Dated )Miami n... November 20. whom would bind such defendant: ctn
" bees signed by the'Governor,; the School Tax Money QeertloB rifle competition again this summer the A. D. 1SOS.
evening:, was a gursslng: f on test, that he is over the age of twentyone t
compensation of county Ieomauzr After this the question of school The range was Inspected a few days most successful guesser Inning the Jennie A. Brassier.Administratrix yean; It Is therefore ordered (,

r stoners now Is $4 A day tor each tax money came np and started off ago by Col. Carlton and his recommendation prize was the guest of honor, MUsSeale. of the estate of that said non-resident defendant be
day's service, and 10 cents mile Mr. Lammas, of the finance committee -
per by
resulted In designatingthis Mr. James Znmwalt receivedthe Matilda A. Moffat deceased. and Is hereby required to appear to "-
for each mile actually traveled ingoing ', to which had been referredthe range again for the State shoot. consolation Dainty refreshmentswere '-
the bill of complaint filed la sadratine
i to and from the court boas matter first brought np at a Not only Is this the bent range In
gerved, and the guests lingered Notice of Final DischargeIn on or before Monday, the Sth ;
: This $4 a day however' Shall not previous meeting filing an Itemised the State bat It I* conveniently and until the lateness of the warned "
hour -
4 day of August A. D. 1107 otherwise "-
exceed $.*. a year la counties of
levied located. This of
statement of the school tax pleasantly city Is '
them that It was time to the County Judge's Court. Dade
21.000 or over or-over: 12 00 U taa'ereatlonof from all of express the allegations of said bin will t
In different sine easy access portions
years their appreciation of a most pUaaant i County Florida. be taken confessed said de
than u by
counties of 1S.OOO, and leas
Florida and located the oce.nOmtft'a frendant.
tile city government expenditures on
This 1s to evening and bid tube hostess good In re Estate of Elisabeth J. Moore. : i
15. popalsUo pay
I against the sam. and the present advantages that few other .
, apply to services, rendered, for the fond places can boast of. The annual night. Deceased. It I I. further ordered that this order .
condition of or Its condition
Inspection of roads, bridge or any shoot will take place not later than Thou present were: Kiss Maylen Public notice Is hereby given thaton be published once a week for 'i
. other" service, authorized sad approved when th. city cesssd to make Jaly IB. The various companies Seale. Miss Jennie Whltnall. Miss I the 20th day of July, A. D. 1107. eight coasecntlv weeks In the Miami .

..' by the Board of County Com- such levy will be represented by their crack Claire Adams, Miss Lennle Sesle. ,the undersigned will file his final report Metropolis, a newspaper pab- !.r::

missioners. The pay of tbd County The report showed receipts accruing marksmen, bat for the lint time the Miss Cecelia Brown.Mlss Beast Williamson I; with the Honorable A. K.! Hey llah<>d In said county and State. ,:
from school from
Commissioner tn the past, was $2 the tax levy St Augustine Rifle will nave no Mils Ramona Ball. Miss I ser. County Judge of Dade county This 4th day of Jsn, 1007. "
the years un to 1M4 to be $*.- Hannah demons, Mia Fannl Clem- Florida and Ilk for his
per meeting. team. The official program will be I I final dis Z. T. Merritt > I.
Dade county commissioners come 1112 .of which there remain a laud as soon u possible and whenIt ons. Mr. Leonard Speuldlng. Mr.Reginald 'charge a* administrator of said es- (Ct Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. ::

14 In eider" the $200 provisionthe population balance of $1.227.71. not Includinga appears the distance and rules Water Mr. Wldeman Caldwell tat*. By W. E. Norton. D. C. t

of the county betas' between donation of I1.8SO mad by Mr. governing this competition will be Mr. Benton Dean Mr. John Sewell. W. E. Norton.

. 15.... and 2M*.. Flagler to the dty la its year 1$97. published St Augustine Record. Znmwalt and Mr. Rhn J.m"j l Administrator. Solicitor for Complainant + ;

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mm THE MIAMI MCTROFOUft. 1l-rtmAT. JTXK t6. 1t10f. stoRr p, 1

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Makes a Woman

. MRS. R.-R. MCCORMICK Younger Look BeeaaM great Ten IIlab.a weight Years. Saturday & Monday 9

eO her SBlattf .

Arrived delphia This- Interment Morning From Tomorrow Phila- Jell-0 Last Two Days of Great Yellow Tag Sale

Solreji the daily Pewert proUels.By ;
Afternoon at Four O'clock-Death wag JrlU it M possible to terrf
a different deopert every day in the year.
I of R. L. Anltman Last Night ..Jellcan be prepared-

JtJLXrOadd- ..amltf boiling-sunpl w>tor You Can Save It will pay to

.,,t ..0.. ,,, andMttoeooLT E B. Douglas

(Uvnr*. lOe.
(From Friday Daih: !. .. _. >per package, at all A Dollar Here come here on
t The remains of tee late Mrs Dru- groom.TW .
; cilia\ McCormack of Coooanut Grove -
. Caon fwt>M4 Ca.U eat.*.T.
who died In Philadelphia on the 4t ___. ___ ___

this lost morning of pneumonia accompanied, arrived br the here be 11II. Sat. -and MOD. 310-312. 12th Street Sat. and Mon.i

reared husbandi R. R. McCormack
Mra McCormlck wan seventy-one
: rears of age and vent to Phlladelphla .
. come time :tgr> for a inrglrtl Political
operation Pceumorla follo..ed, I Grasp this opportunity, for tomorrow and Monday

reuniting In deaih Deceased enjoyed AnnouncementsANNOlTX'EIII1I1TI..rt i

Christian a wide.omll"circle and of friends a devoted was wtfa a''I Ito ends the great yellow tag sale; the final wind-up '

and mother ShE'\II.\ ,. greatly '

1! cirri missed. In the cocmiunrty and home ,i afwrik i. .... of the great sale. The last day-the best bargainsrr

" Deceased had been a resident of CUT prrsariea, i n tk. DarIv MrtropolKforflO

}) Cocoanut Grove for a number of'' Pal, ;t4; .aeekln w,'.kl');Mnropoli Metnpulls,}S.OOo for sis b . to
+ years, and ia sarvlved !by her hut- -- see Specials
band and son William MrCormlck POSmvaLY.oa.eeeewe.tsillb.
e iairrtod ..let accoMpaiM b, ca.hFor i
The funeral will be held tomorrow

'. afternoon at 4 dock from the Presbyterian -

". church, Rev W. W. Farts Solicitor of the Criminal Court

+\, officiating In the city and cemetery the interment by Undertaker being of RecordI Read These Millinery Your Last I

.i 2 H 51 King 1 HEREBY., aaamace .,,self as.a.didat.I.. A Brilliant collection of newly J trimmed hats comes !
I t lac ogee of Solicitor' la*
.r R t. A.U",*. loan: ol Bcon for Dade (onair. aebject to forward for the last time of this great sale. They .
; Mr R. L. Uiltman. aged thirty- the Demoi atK Pneury to be bed ...,...
1 tt of died at his home
wine years age rUIlra. will be ial..1CLDto.D
No. lit Cth street, about midnight anprn B. GAUT1ER I Specials I at greatly reduced prices for Saturaay and Mon. Chance /

last night after a short Illness Deceased I II ;
well known mechanic
was a Foe Judge of The Criminal Court |
and leaves a widow and two small .
children. The funeral.. held tbl< I of Record Important Notice .
_ afternoon at S:SO clock from the T. the rolen of Dad('...,, I I Ifraeamia Tab Shirt" Rajah j linen 48c ,: ,

. '. aadertaklng: parlors of W H.Combs that '." will b. a iiapnttira.. Stylish S For Saturday and Monday we will offer six months ; ;
& Co.. tb. servicea beleg conducted the part af the ,"'ten to glee rose rccocaitto '
.. subscription ta the DESIGNER for 25c This is 10 place Rajah linen, all the new
- I by Rev' W. E. Btaaton The fun- U iW ao-tbrra part of l>aa Ca.t), la ta %t $ 4M stun .
rral was attended "y a delegationfrom I lactioa Record at of 'olncera risar4-.. tba .Cr be ailaal aeUJortkal Cart of This I. u fine lot of skirts made of one of the most popular fashion magazines therepastel shades to select from. Just -1

toe Carpenters' Union and the parpoaa I here, raapectfally cabin myaaaMaa Hnene; these skirts are extra fuel fore be sure and take advantage of this :* days offer the thing for traveling; last two .'
_ order of Woodmen of the World, of caadMale. totwrtaf for Jadfaof that mj the tbirtywo Cn.i.alCoart.4) and well made, all this season'a days price . . . 4e '
; which deceased was a Member, and Tear*of actiTe practice ta tae Carts (tbe taatflftera
- best styles actual value |2.SO .
. from which the pallbearers were the koaM "7an..Ii',beta ww*for la Ibe ISIS..Judicial...t.....wblle Otrcait mj Sale of Babies ChUdrens Misses Dresses. :
The Interment was la ,
chosen record mm a cit aen. and a a l>ractitlo la ike ,
Uoarti of Dade r_.. for list.I .
cemetery caa apaak White Madras 19c
'x dty aarvewlT eoltclt tbe .. all roodcltiaea 50c Tomorrow we have planned a great sale of children ;
, : Ladies Corsets
r- ,
and I it alectad 1 fair and
.... .. .. .... all will be sale for less
OIILDREr8 DT AT >d la trat oa *.t tba truua- dresses; put on than what White madras 17 inches wide. In a

pl FIRST M E. CHCRCU taW bcant twin. w.LMETlaLT To close out a few odd lots of la. It costs to make them. We have Just received a a alee selection of patterns ladies .
west Pal. ass.sddaFor
: Sunday night at the First M, E. fine corsets regardless of the sample line that we bought and we are going to small and large; our regular Ue

v Charcn the dhldren I Day vxerclaea City Clerk cost of making; slime of them ar" offer them at a great sacrifice See Window display sellers aa a leader at. . lie '
': aDder the able management of corsets that sell from f 1.50 to
leas Haggle WtHaon, and Miss Cola T*Tto Totem raVllc Nisei: It.00. they all go at. . .SOc !
Nelson were observed The program I. I rwpactfallj aaaoaac jarlf nWMat' Bridal Sets 01! Underwear ;
wan moat elaborate and Inter or tto p..rt.a..4 citj clerk Ferlmv tkat Colored Lawns 18c'
akility aad cipcneac t* aaadltac keoka aadrvcorda
,. rating and aa follows: art eMwetial oaaliacatioaa to W Boa' We are going to offer all our Bridal Sets of Under- :
.. .
HossAaaa.Creating nd rW aa a e.Midat..t..s tar ISIS'
Song po.aiikw
t sad .ltk ftftera yearaof ......-.*i is Ladies Corset t Covers 38c derwear at two prices-$3.98 and $4.98. They 'One case of extra Inc colored em- ,
Isle --. I fed .t tkat I caa satisfy
Responsive reading with Gloria I' to Town.... ..bloc ..to this. .1001.,. I kartor For tomorrow we will sell ladles fine are beautifully trimmed I In I lace and ribbon, made brolderled. .swiss; very select :t
a mMMt of Miaail tkra aad oa.Halfyearn value
Patrl.t patterns; lie two days
br t Prayer 1 a .a of..tto assail..1 Fturwla Flak tto wslaais.at ........I.Oow. kwol-If trimmed corset covers of .mbrolof the best nainsook fhese two prices are toto price. . . .t. . lie ;;
r\ Song- The Children Prayer rlortod I proonx to bass. ntilar a?d _..aiai dery and laces; these are one of close what lie have during the last of the sale. J:
ofaw hears, sad to aitrad aridly tto
RedtaUooa duties deMeise'p.. a.. our best sellers at double the price These sets consists of three pieces
Song- V>, Thank Thee, Lord. Vary koapvctfinr
As leader for last two days ISe
a ". AbA MS. a
Redtatlous.I Colored Silk Hulls 29c .1
;Other musUns at greatly reduced
I Song- When Of Old.
Recitations FOR CITY MARSHAL prices Shirt Waist Sets 20 pieces Inc silk malls to/ closeout : ,
Lore Ufa aad .
r Song- Light.Addl. I HtPE.Y uawaaca njaaM a ca.4idaw Ladles embroidered shirt waist sets made of &e regardless of cost la the very
for tko owlca of City aUrabaM tbe City *t
followed by. Offertory: I MiuiU JKI"1 e acttoa: of eke CM, Pits Childrens Hose lOc lingerie and handsomely embroidered front and latest patterns to select from. Ae
arr.aad I earaeatly aoicht tka Mpon.*aiy value Oe, two daysChildrens
Hymn )last
f Iriaada sad acaaaiataaceelOUf cuffs worth from 2.50 to 3.00. While .
Closing H.m.aFortb In Thy D. 6ODMAW .98canal'" . .. . . SIc .
4 .]Ca_. fast black ribbed hose they last for; two days selling . . .
Benediction --- doable heel and toe and extra good \,

The collection was an unusually BRINTONEABQCR value at Kc. for last I day. lc
good ... something over 111 being Ladies Fine Belts Solid Colored Pique
realised. This aa many know goes Cards han been received la the
In the general fand tor educational city announcing the marriage of bites Remember we are closing out all of our fine belts '
It piece* solid colored pique In n .
Lace and Emb. 4c
Harriet Babcock of Key West to
s purposes helping dssei ilng young
regardless of cost They are of the best of makes. selection of H\
avopla to get aa education by lending Lieut Louis C. Brinton. Artillery very lie. shades; a*
them the neeaaaary toad for Corps TJ. 8. A.. the rent taking For last two days tale we will sell Now Is your chance to secure a fine belt at a a leader for aStarday aad Monday

the yean, without InUraat. place tn New York Jut Tuesday. an of oar lOc embroidery and lace sacrifice for1 the last two days Actual tales ISc, sale price. .IM :
4 k' Special praise la due Mines W111- Miss Babcock the bride, la wall for 4e.; as long aa they last :
SOS and Nelson for their enticing known In Miami and enjoys the en- :.
efforts la getting t ogether and rlable distinction of being the moat z
tralang the children for these exercises beautiful young woman tn Key : Underwear Nainsook 98c a Piece 1-\
Lace Curtains 48 air
'West She possesses a charming cap }
., personality: and her many:: friends Children and misses muslin underwear, drawers
SS pieces soft finish nainsook ISyards
LAST MEETING SEWING CLUB wish her every Joy:: tn wedded life. 10 dozen pain lace curtains We skirts, nigh} gowns, etc. All to be put our on sale
to the for
piece; just thing
leader for
Lieut and Mrs. Brinton will be at will put on sale aa a
(From Satardaya Dally) home after July I, at Fort McKla- Saturday and Monday; they arc for two days at sensational prices An. underwear; oar regular $1.80

The Sewing Club now only fire ley, Me.. at which post Lieut Brin worth ft.00 a pair, will be put on kind lad day prn..1IiI'Ic' ::1

tn with amber Miss' met Elisabeth yesterday Mill afternoon There ton it now-stationed.- bargain counter at 48 cents a pair Sale 01! Fine Hosiery-$2.50 values 98c {

were prevent Miss Cm* Martin Miss P.IRRteH-SP RA RKMA .
For Saturday and Monday we will place on sale 10 White India Linon

Mayhard. The following announcement of Gauze Vests lOc dozen ladles pure black lisle hose, In open work '.

Hill the approaching marriage of Miss One case of ladles" fine lisle finish and plain. This sale will give the ladles a chance An extra good quality of white is-,

; After this week the flab will be a V Erie,"llllam Sparkman Allen Pariah, of Tampa, of West and Palm Mr. gauze vests with tape In neck and to secure a:;lisle stocking! to use with elegant sumdie IlDOn'ur; regular ISc set I
thing of the past; for the m/mbers
regular 15c sellers, last lers just for two leader 10e
have nearly all gone away for the Beach, as given by the Tampa Evening TWO arms days our price . . lOcI mer toilettes, at half the usual price, a pair at 98c days a /
News, of ;
Tuesday will be of
summer, or ar e planning to go A '
t" COST' Jolly afternoon hey made of interest to many la Miami whenMr. I
It, Parish la well ko.... : Colored Lawn 14c J Jsc
yesterday an they talked end of Ladies Fine Neckwear .
course, sewed. Mtaa Hill served refreshing "A pretty June wedding will be Solid Color Linene

i ices 'and cake. when the that of Miss Etle Sparkman and Mr Tomorrow we,, will put on sale tO close out some odd One case colored Beared lawns la \ J
William Allen wide all colors
Parrtfih. of West Palm : Inch ; the leading
r work laid aside for the afternoon had been Bench which will occur at the FlrK and shades to select from; the lots of Keiser fine wpshable Neckwear. We are very nice selection of patterns; :
Methodist Ch.rcbTliesday evening bent Imitation of linen made Our going to offer them at less than the cost of makour 2Sc leaders last two days
k A PLEASAYT PINCE Jane IS. at 7:10 o'clock. prlre. . . . I *c
"No Invitations have been Issued, regular 25 cent sellers Last 2 day Ing. Ask to see these values ',-

but all friend of Miss Sparkman price . ., . . lc ___ ..
(From Saturdays Daily. ,
sad Mr Parrlsh will be cordiallywelcomed .
I A very pleasant little dance wssenjoyed Miss LaID Hawkins will Hand Made Waists at Hal! Price
+ by some of the young people be maid of honor Minces Louise Bleaching
at the Fair building last night Sparkman Eva Olddena. .. t tmoag thone present were Miss We will put on sale all of our fine hand made linen ,
: and Cuthbtrt Sparkman. On.a, of fine soft flni'hhltirhlnc
t- Nettle Brinsoa Miss Aline Canoga, brldeemalds little Misses Katherine One case colored madras In a very and lingerie waists at one half the original selling r t-xtr* .
Mlas Maude Coachman, Miss Isabel nice selection of patterns; a real to fxput on ...1." fl' ;
Parker and
Sparkman. price Now is your oppoatunlty to secure a hand-
Garmt Miss Florence Price-Wil I lower ISr value: last 2 days price. .IOe *
girls and Messrs Steve list two days tt I yards for $1.HOTwo w (
llama Miss (lady, Price-W' Illlams. Sparkman Frank Dorsey, James some waist t f for little money. Sat and Mon on I y' \.
Miss v Irene Jaudoa MUM Hattie Clark and M. J. Miller groomsmen
Smith Mr. Jane Mr. Ben Coach Mr. Byrd Sparkman will give
man. Mr Bert Brlnson. Mr. Hugh the- bride away and Dr. \\alker, the
Coachman Mt Albert Coachman I former president of Southern- Cot- more Days with Remants

Mr. Walter \anlut4lncham. Mr. lfse. will perform the ceremony
r Earnest Burch and Mr. Ro(dy Burline. The- church will be beautifully
z decorated the color scheme being This will positively be the last of the great remnant sale-A great many more have been added from

Notice ot Final Discharge I 1 pale blue the and young white ro"ple.1Il After the leave wedding last weeks regular business-Yourlast chance buy desirable goods in length to suit for little money

for Vest Palm Beach the home of
In the County Judges Court Dade the groom, where they will reside 1
Couaty FlorIda. la th. future"

j In re Estate of William Wagner. de I FREE FREE FREE !
ceased. If TOO knew the value of Chamberlain :,
Public notice is hereby given that Salve you would never wish .
on December *th. 1'07 the undersigned I tn be without It. Here are some of t
win fiN his final) report with the diseases for wibrh It la espectal- We will give double the amount of votes for the Metropolis Jamestown voting contest during the last '

r the Honorable' A. E. ;Her r. county I valuable: sore nipples, chapped ".
of the sale-that is will 20 with
yellow each
Judge of Dade County Florida bands. burns frost bltea. chilblains. big tag we give you votes $1.00

1 and ask for his Ural discharge as chronic sore eves: Itching piles, tet purchase or 200 votes with each $5.00 purchasep
administrator Of Mid estate-. ter- salt rheum- aDd ecsema' Price
Frederick $ .None. JS cents per box For sale by at': I
r Executor druggists and Blscayne Drag Co. 7r



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. -,_ THK MIAMI 1OCTROPU8. FIUn\V. JTXE 1/. 10OT. ,
PACK nrr&mml .>
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Ever the choa- month for brides. I J

last night the llth of June them ,

v Mm I ass soplmnlzed at the M E Church eta
!1 JJolcsJI tY
? South, a !beautiful edJlnfC. In shish '
> -> ( Mr. Carroll Cal/In Smith and Miss

Eunice Marie McCullough plighted''

their 'roth.Promptly. I ALUM
at the hour appointed, AWED
7 ;o o'clock to the tweet strainsof
)lr. M D Price left Saturday Deputy Sheriff Gore Is one of the the brl.tal' chorus from Lobenicrln.

for a short trip to St. Lou to. proudest man In Miami today, the played by Mine Lillian I'Gab".lbe
f Bntlc.' tdl
occasion being the arrival of a bridal party entered the church. The y

Mr Barney Wsldln Is vMUng hisbrother daughter a: his home last night.: nnhera. Messrs David! M}ers and

Walter Waldta.MlM Robert Jones, preceded the bridal
Mr '
Rat IU Doing Good Work I party and taking their places followed

I The snag. boat Sat Ilia U doing by the two bridesmaids. Misses
Lillian Btelnhauser has accepted food; work, in the keys raising sunken Alice Sanders and Eme Martin AN UNSEEN DANGER

a position with Bnrilne ft barge, rescuing machinery etc Immediately! after the little f'owt-r w.r

Quart*nnan. She; Is also bandy for towing purposes girls Misses ('art'.. Adams, Sarah
and rendering such, assistance as Johnson Florence! Wharton and Alma I

Mr W H Chsllle anj Mrs. FloydChallle the other steamers of the fleet are ChrUtensen, entered precedingthe fOOD

will leave the last of thll incapable of doing. ring bearer, little Miss Anna Y

week to v1 flil relatives and friends Mae Gowln Entering alone Mrs. I

In Tennessee and Kentucky.Mr Death of An Infant James Gowin, the matron of honor. ". TO GUARD"SHIPS against the unseen dancer at tea,
Oscar Goodson Wllkle, the eleven was followed by the bride. leaning ; the United States Government' maintain ;
and Mrs t. A. Barrett and mon'hK old son of Mr. and Mrs R. on the arm of her maid of honor, I Eghthouaes. l

little daughter, Katherine returned O. Wllkle residing near the waterworks ,I Miss Lillian McCullough of Madison i' { w To guard home
home Saturday night; from a week'sTlslt pumping station died at an I and were met at the altar by : your against the unseen
.early hour this The fun- the groom with his best man Mr.
to New Smyrna. eral will take place tomorrow morning I Tom McGahcy. dangers of food products, the Govern-

Aetna dynamite and supplies for at 9 clock.. Rev. N. B. Fuller I I Rev Mr. Lowe, In a very Impressive ment has enacted a pure food law. The
manner, read the solemn marriage -
officiating and the Interment being

aft*. by Lemmas service, which made them man law the
in the city cemetery by Under compels manufacturers of baking .
taker H. M. King. and wife, while Miss 1 MrGabey. it I I
Mr Ben B. HInton has so far the organ, played softly1 "Hearts and t, powder to print the ingredients on the
his Illness sato Flower" At the close of the ceremony -
recovered from recent The Bondvman" a 21.tOn -
be able to lIt up daring the fore- the party left the church: to t" label of each can.
Friday Jane 21 the zfrT e'u
evening .i..a
Boon of each day and U rapidly the stately measure of Mendelssohns -
galalnr strength. play. "The Bondsman or the Landof WedJIng March. The Government ha made the label your protectionto +3
the Midnight at the Auditorium Sun will by be a pre.seated local The church was a scene of artistic "':,4:i that you can avoid alum-..read it careAiOy, if ft doe not

One of the events of the seasonto cast under the direction of Mr. loveliness. The chancel rail My pure cream of tartar band it beck and
transpire in the near future toth was entirely hidden in a mass of
Hal MorJaunt well
white and green while the archway -
of Miss Ethel May
known amateurs Mr. Las-
as Byron
Coons to Mr. George E. Worthing- .aster Cecil Wataon.Frank O'Bierne, smilax over the and pulpit delicate was white festoonedIn blos Say plainly- *

loa Stuart Heyser. George Flak, Mott
moms Rose and calls\ lilies with
Yarborough Charles Dillon J. H.Whitney tall palma, were banked In profusion -
Bradley fertfiuers are tie beat
within the chancel and on the
',For sale by J. B. Lummns. Miami. organ while white ribbons scrosj ROYAL = A.

F.itm' lon F.mployr Dead the aisle were held In place with !

Mr and Mrs. William Hkkmatt Frank Clark an employee of the great clusters of white roses and
'. Cnalllle will leave In a few days for F. E C. Railway extension, died trailing amllax. ROYAL to a pore cream of tartar bating powder a pm

Tennessee, Kentucky and other last night at the company's hospital The bride was attired In an ex- product of crape-aids the diceItioa1IddI to the btahhytabes r

points north ana will probably Tit- here after an Illness of several days I Qulslte hand made gown of soft of food.
'-,' it the Jamestown espo lOoo. They The body Is being held by Undertaker white batiste made princess, en-

will be gone two month H. M. King awaiting adricefrom ., and with gulmpe and elbow
( a sister of the deceased rHtdIne sleeves of web-like laceHer veil

Mrs P T. Skagg. will leave tbs In Cincinnati. Deceased ... -1, was held In place by a coronet of I
"- ant of next month to spend the sum about >$ years of age and had be orange blossoms. She.wore no ornament ----- 45'
er with relatives and friends la In the employ of the railroad company other than a crescent of pearls
Old Blue Stem'
'Kentucky and other ponts. The doe- for a number of months. and dismonds.the gift of the groom Type> Boats For Sale !

tor will not get away until later lathe !' end carried a magnificent shower
summer. The following from the Tropical bouquet of bride's roses and maiden-
Sun of last Saturday will be of hair ferns A

Bossy to loss on rmprovea nopartj.O. terest to many here who know ID-I I MlM Lillian McCnUongh, the Duke of. York .
and Mra. Dwight Cameron they maid of honor, was gowned In sheer
S. Coecaas Ortire
Amadeo. lag former residents of Miami-Rev.: white with lace trimmings, over Auxiliary Schooner "Roy" 25 h. p, engine, length 38
and Mrs. Dwight Cameron left this pi a*, with sash gloves and shoes of
Capt and Mra. W. H. Houston, city Wednesday night for New pale pink; carrying an armful of Tomato SeedIs j ft., breadth 13 feet, depth 4 feet. 8 tons net.

of JackaoBTtlle accompanied by York City where Mr. Cameron ha. bridesmaids rose and ferns tied jI Auxiliary Schooner "Nellie" 20 h. p. engine, length .;
their grandson Rufus A. Houston. with pink ribbons, and her veil
been appointed Curate of the Churchof I
j Jr. will come down the tt'tt of next I the Transfiguration, popularly reaching to the waist line war held 50 feet, breadth 13 feet, depth 3 feet. 10 tons net .

week to make a tencthy visit to theiraoa called "The little church around In place by tiny pink rose. Schooner "Roamer" Length 62 feet breadth 18 feet a
H Houston and at ,
O. family
the corner," Mr. Cameron will takea The matron of honor. Mrs. Jame.Gowin *
their home on 14th street.JaMadJ .. course" of three years study In advanced wore a dainty gown of white depth 5 feet. 22 tons net

I theology after which time it batiste lace trimmed, with sash girdle Schooner
Miami' Band I of soft white liberty satin and "Vigilant" Length 47 feet, breadth 12 feet :
may be that he and Mrs. Cameronwill I
Mrs. Thomas Chsffee has donatedthe return to Florida. Rev. and i i carried a bouquet of exqnlte white depth 4 feet. 8 tons net
of }( to la Miami Band
Am *
roses tied with white ribbons. Her j
Mrs. Cameron returned from De- "
Schooner "D C. Smith about 1.]
for which the members deslr to fibres short Yell wa fastened with white tons net
Land Saturday night and
as his "
thanks* their having appreciation been voted a vote at the of duties require that he be In N..1 rose bud and feathery ferns. 5 Purse Seine Boats. 2 Purse Seines and Fixtures.
York Miss Alice Sanders and Miss Effle
'' aseetlag last night. make June the call 8, It In was town Impossible that he and i I Martin the bridesmaids, wore lovely 5 Stop Net Boats (old). 2 Sets Stop Neat Gear.

Order a eats of toft drum 4 livered Mrs. Cameron woutj have wished tn frocks tiny lace of ruffle dainty. white Miss trimmed Sander' Above property can. be seen at Punta Gorda, Fla.
they both regretted
er shipped to you by Be Miami Bottiac -. much. The very sash, hair garniture, and the tulle
: many friends of Rev.
Works Miga. Miami: rks.Yp 'I and Mrs. Cameron tn this clty.whlle I tying ferns her were bouquet of soft of pink pink while roses MineMartin's and Punta Gorda Ice & Power Company.

regretting to lose them are pleased
were of a soft shade of
tram the Krteaalosi to know that he Is to go to so enviable
Mr. A. N. Marvtck. promisestlyainaeted a location." .
The little flower girls were lovely
with the construction of In their quaint empli frocks
ta. Key' West extension of th* F. MRS EGGKR: ENTERTAINS of white point de esprit, those of THE HOMESTEAD
,K. c. Railway, la la the city ou a THE WOMAJT8 CLCB Misses Sarah Johnson and Florence already very scarce, by early fail NURSERIESrt

,tall. sad. win act return until BeitTuesday Wharton worn over pink and Misses we believe there will be no genuine

From Carese Adam and Alma Chrtsten- seed on the Market and advise bating -

'. I la th. Miami Metropolis Jamea* Mrs. Henry Tuesday's J. Egger Dally entertalied sen.The over ring green bearer, little Miss Anna your seed now We refer yon to If you want Fancy Citrus Trees call on our i

town free trip contest MlM Mabel In a charming and gracious manner Mae Cowls was fairy-like In an aecordlan Mr. J. T. Wofford, HallandalfFla.

L. .jQodaoB, formerly of this city Uaeeond yesterday at her home oa Hth I plaited empire frock with ., a* to the trueness and anper- nurseries. Our trees are as good as can be
la the race her vote belag street, at a Silver Tea. i sash and hair ribbons of soft white
44aet. Bueeea to Miss Oodsoa U The well appointed rooms were satin iority of our stock. Price subjectto produced: every tree warranted exactly as

a* wish of her numerous friends prettily decorated with foliage Immediately following the ceremony change. Ox. 25c; }( lb. 90 cents,

ore.- Ocala Star. plants. and cut flowers.and even on a reception wa tendered the % pound $1.75; one pound, $3.50. represented. ::: ::: Address +
so warm an afternoon had an air of bridal party and n few close friends,
t you vast fsrtniseru, eoatwt I. K refreshing eooID_. at the home of the groom's parent

z.aaaIoCft\ for ttt* oU rallabU A short program had been arranged on Avenue O. The house war decorated

Bradley goods. >.. t and after a much appreciated In pink and .white and a dainty J. BOLGIANO & SON MASON & .ROBERTS. Homestead Florida
reading :rara..oIK:4 a delightful salad course followed by leN
LoulneBrown moulded In the form of pink roses,
Senator F. M. Hudsoa and hU a little contest of abbreviated and delicious cakes were served. Baltimore, Md

Mtlmahta wife of Miami spent last names of states, caused everyone During the evening punch was

Suaday and Monday la oar city, vis- present to frantically call to served, and the following toast proposed
I-Wag Rev. J. R. Caws and family their aid their knowledge of the to the brtda.1 couple by Mr. G1RTHAX-HOUXE ,
Senator Hudson Is a fin* man aI geography of our Cnlted8tatee. Tying A. H. Adams: G. C. MATTHAMS, Pres. T. v. MOORE, See.

I .splendid lawyer and aa abl. I legislator for the first prize a Japanese I "June Eleventh being the date you The Americas. Ga., Times-Record
We would be pleased at salad bowl Mrs J. H. F.Mullen. E. P. PORCHER
were have chosen to mate, of last Friday, gives the following CRUTCHFiaD 6 WOOLFOLK
ray time to hats him Tlslt our cityagain. Mrs. N. B. Fuller Mrs. I Miami the and Florida the
city Gen.
account of the marriage at that Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Sales Agt
.- Lakeland SUB. t. T. Men-lit andlra. K. M.
Sfa to. !
.. place of Mr. James D. Glitman. of ;
Large Mrs. Mnllett being the lucky
With wishes the best may yon have this city, to Miss Kate Home one
Cards have been received here aotMMBdng wlaaer. Mrs. XS. M. Brown and comfort asd nce...
of Amerlcus' fairest girls:
i the approaching tnarriac Mrs. W H. Combs drew for the Lire long In complete happiness. "SurrounJed by an unusually large Indian River and lake Worth

-t Miss Marguerite McMahon to Mr. second prize Mr!. Brown wlnnlnj. God's richest blessings we ark. on circle of friends and relatives, themarrillce
George Omend the event to take The third prize was cut for by Mr*. your live continually last I
of Uiss Ksta Horne and
place at the home of the bride's pr- W. C. Marnard.. Mrs. Price-WIl-
A. .e friends, partakeOf
Mr James Davis Glrtman took placeWednesday Growers' AssociationWe
1 eats. Caroline street Key Wet, oni liams and Mrs W. H. )McDonald, this most delightful repast. ,I the home .f Pineapple
i tile evening of the 14th. Miss 110- Mra. Maynard securing: It. evening at
Mr. and Mr* Smith will make Miami -
Mahon I. well knows In Miami. Concluding the program Mrs R. i the bride's mother. Mrs. O. W.
their home where have
A. Shine and Miss Grace Phelps. they Home, on Spring Street are prepared to sell your pines F. O. B., in transit !

For Sale- Thoroughbred Homer. each sang a beautiful selection. Mrs. circle both gathered of friends around who wish them for a large them "The marriage rites were read by market or export. We are your Sale Agent: not "1>< Rev. J. P. Wardlow, before an Improvised tors on your fruit or buyers wishing to get fruit as
pigeons. Apply A. Corell. court and Egger served to her guests refreshing life long happiness your cheap jl
llth streets fruit punch and delicious little altar of ferns and palms, a* possible. It

cakes. GI.I $ JKXKIXS lighted by many shaded tapers. I This Association is the growers organization, for the
b A second tt'uam.aanouDt'lalf the The year books In pretty ('Oyenf Miss Margaret Bucanan sang In I growers' protection and interest The grower is. safeguardedby 'I I

..death of Mr J P pi tier, of Sa.to ....- (\ blue and gold, were distributedto Arthur E. Gllseon, of Ojns. aid her usual attractive manner 'ForgetMe the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping stencilsor i I
..., shine. bHtdde his brother the members and the program Miss Bessie E. Jenkins .of Miami Not: playing very softly durlnj I stamp and shipping books famished by ueneral Agent i
r. W H Spltzer.: of this pise I committee received many compliments the ceremony one of Ntvln's love J
I were united In marriage Thursday, I
hastening was received yssler- on the work of arranging the I songs
was i at 5-30 at tne home of Mr. I Watch this for
p.m. information
day, onlv a few hour after the departure work for the current year. A nice I "The bride wore a becoming gown space as to
| of Mr Spltzer on the mora- sum In silver was. contributed toward M. Burkhardt. on >th street. of white chiffon Her veil was held results and market conditionsA
'aCtrlill )lr. Spltser will atCCl"lpaal' the building fund. ceremony as pronounced by In place b>' a wreath of real orange If'-
I Those Mrs. R. W. I. Herman G. Porter pastor ot bIOfl and dlsmon I
tile body of his brother to present were: oml. an elegant "
I MSJtfelgan. their old home; for burial. 'Rhodes. Mrs. L. E. Bow Mrs." W. First M. E. Church. The dec brooch: the gift of the groom. She

M. Brown, Miss I Louise Brown Mra. were elaborate and very carried a bouquet of vblte carna ,I rand
Miss Sadie Kolb. of Miami Is In H. )I. King/ Mrs E. M Law.Mrs. I beautiful. Mr. and Mr*. Gllssoawtlll tions. .
llk and
I the city greeting old friends. Miss R. A Shine Mrs. K. M. Lam reside at OJus.YARHOnorCH "The bridesmaids were Misses : green carried an exquisite -
I bonqut-t of white .
I Kolb Is accompanied by her cousin. Mrs W. C. )larn..... Mrs W. H. Beatrice Horne Claire Monk, of Albany From Thursday's Dally) refreshments

: Mass Gertrude Tee of Brooklyn. Combs. Mrs !N. B. Fuller Mrt. Z. I' -FlAX DERS and Rosebud Glrtman. of Miami Last night at the home of thebride and Mr ..ndtra.: Overtoiweie wereserved I
aad tho young ladies are !Being enItertalneJ -' T. Merritt, Miss Merrill, Mrs. Price- Fla. Mls" Alice McGebee carried drlvtn t
thepretence to the
In terminal
Biscayne Avenue dock,
by Mrs A. V. Monson. Williams\ Mrs. J. B. Fox. Mrs-Ball. The many friends of Mr. Howard the ring. The flower girls were
of few where they boarded
friends and relatives the MI
a steamer
wall here Miss Kolfs maay Mrs. W. H. McIntyre Mrs. Jack Dart Yarborough, the oldest son of little Mlrses Irma and Mattle Lou k:
occurred a quiet, but beautiful ami. going to KeyW.t for theirhonev.toon
friends IB St Augustine will regret Graham. Mrs A. J. Kolb. Mr* Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Yarboroughof 1 Hprne Mr. Stlnson Clopton of
home wedding, when Mr. Thorn*. > tin their "return theywill
I to leant that her stay at this time Phelps. Mrs. J. H. F. Mnllett, Mrs. I this city, will be gladly surprised Estonton was. best man i t
Overton and Miss Grace Rader took ately
J la to b* very brief s* she leaves On R. F Hoyle, Mrs. Robert Tsylor to hear of his marriage. Last Wednesday After an extended trip through the I go housekeepingIn ..
their! solemn a pretty cottage which
marriage Is
I I vows. being
[Tueaday morning for Indian Springs, Mrs. Jarrett. Mrs Hill Mr*. Erie the 5th, Mr. Yarborough east, Mr. and Mrs. Glrtman will beat made resin for
The couple entered the prettily their .
I Ca. then<* going to North Carolina! Hall Mrs J. N. Lnmmua sad Mrs took unto himself a wife at Mont- home In Miami Fla., where Mr. occupancy ,
Mr (
decorated parlor to the strains of. j ''r'on and his bride ar > I
for the summer. --8: Augustine R e- W H. McDonald. eagle, Tena., where. as Miss Francis I Glrtmin has, many friends and U 1 ;
I the bridal march from Lohengrin I very popular here, and have the ,
... Marie Flanders the woman of his well known In business circles. 1:
best wishes .
NOTICE and took their places under a magnificent of every one for their future ''
choice bed been attending/ college Among the out-of-town guests I archway of palms from happlresi )'
MAP OF DM>E COrXTYead Miss Flanders 1* a Philadelphia girl were Mrs. James Morgan,
.DrB.anJh I which was impended a floral wedding
The annual meeting of the stockholders I and has many accomplishments. Mr Mr Mrs To mLewls bell facing Rev Dr. Rader. Card of Thanks
C cents la portage and we of the arm of Stranahan t VI.nDa.1
Yarborough I. a prominent buklnes and Miss AOeen Powell, of father of the bride who read tbe''
mall yon a map of Dade county Co.. (Inc) will be held at their of- man of Daytona having gone there Mrs Henry Statham. of Cobb Men I Impressive marriage service of his I with to extend my thanks to the

sing township, sections, v111gsad fre. Fort Lauderdale Fla., Monday, from West Palm Beach a year or Dan Lewis of Albany Misses Edith church and pronounced them man many kind friends for the klndnex
dUPe .rallroaJ and rock: road July I, 1107. I more ago His may friends In the and Ellen Smith of henna YI.ta,1 and wife.The and sympathy shown me during the

roe Palm Beach to Homestead. W.. O. Berryhlll. county will be glad to know he has Mr and Ura. S. A. Morgan of Wla- I' bride was becomingly altlrc-1 Illness sad death of my husband

Metropolis. Miami Fla. Secretary. taken a life partner der." CI In her doing away gown of blue Mrs. R L. .\lIltmam.tTGAT .



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T .
ended by Com.Wall that Com.Allen I ee'

I be appointed a committee of one to
confer with the city council of MI.
ami on the subject of disposing of I
the Avenue D bridge to the city. I

Moved by Com Wan, seconded by ,
Com Carter that )Ir. Frank Cart- rrte'

wright be employed to lake the small ,
road roller to Arch Creek and roll

the road recently constructed near
that place by the county Carried.

Held This MonthVariousEtc. ]Petitions For Convict Hire, Moved by Com Allen, seconded ,
by Com Carter that the convicts be ;.

., Acted Upon-Co edition of the County Fi- moved at once to the road West from
Larklns and paid road built as set "
forth In the petition for the same,
Matters. '
nances to June J 1f 1
and after the completion of the same
that they be moved to Sections: 27 1.S 1.S.I 1.

and 28 of 63-41. to build the two ,
short roads there and after the completion : -
Mlan'. Fla JUDe 4, 10 a m. of twenty convicts at the rate of I JO of these to be taken to homestead -
per month each were read and on to repair the road mentionedIn 4
Board met pursuit to adjournment the petition of Thomas Brewerand
motion each of said bids were rejected I
wl'h Ocuriuan Btker COIDm+loD- others. Carried
Check of M. A. Marshall A Co. 2i;
ere Allen Wall, Carter and McPher- Com secondedby I
Moved by Carter
for for
2l.SI hire of convicts for '
run and Count Attorney Seyaxiur, Com. Wall that the salary of
the month of May was received and
Sheriff Frobock and Z. T. Merrltt. John F. -Hlnton. as tender of the
turned over to the county treasurer / 1e
Avenue D. Bride be increased from k
for the fine
clerk presentMlnutea and forfeiture fund.
150 to $<0 per month, beginningon e
The superintendent of public in-
o( the lust meeln:; were ,
the first day of July HOT. and
tructlon filed his report for month
read and with necessary corrections, until further order of the board. of May.Clerk. 0 s

approved.A Ayes Carter. Wall and Baker. Noes. The kind that wtth
of Circuit Court filed his grows your library- i
Allen and MePherson Carried
A communication! from Mr. Carlisle report of tax redemptions for the
Communication from Mr. Arthur that wfll fit practically any space that i
superintendent of the county poor month of May. ,
farm In reference to the proper disposition Dilks donating to the county three County Judge and tax collector can bo moved" one unit at a time by one
work repairing 1 1-S miles of
of a helpless blind Toman rears filed their Joint report of licenses
Dade rock road without disturbing the books-that Is 4
DOW In his chart at the tarn, was county amountingto Issued for the month of May show'lug person
G read and referred to the County Attorney ISO.. was read and the clerk instructed 850 for State, and ISO for county practical l. artistic:, and the only perfect sectional I
to and
reply thank Mr.
; tot Investigation aa to the bookcase made. Fitted with rofler-
I Duke for the same. non-binding
rights ef the board In the matter County tax collector filed his report
t Report Df M. M. Smoack, Oeo W. On motion board adjourned to I for the month of May, showingthe .. bearing doors; base units furnished with or without :

Rout and O. L. Macdonald committee I p.m. following collections drawers and all made In of woods and '
Miami June 4. I p. m. ; a variety ,
appointed to view enl mark County revenue . . 1231.01
oat road to run northwest from I Board met pursuant to adjournment County license . .. 10.00 finishes adapted to any surround1n .. CaQ and '\

Pompano station to Robert Otceola'a with all members and officers Bond trustees .. . .. 11.22 I see them or send for catalog 105 with interior 11
camp reported favorably on tame I present Poll taxes for 1101 . .. U.011 '
and recommended that the time be On motion of Com. Allen second- Sub. Die school tax No 1. .. lit' views showingatrtwGm4ot ID librarypanioretc. '

declared a public road, it If therefore I el hT Cora Carter, Messrs. M. A. Sub dls. school tax No. 2 22.T7 1
ordered that said road aa described V".."s't A: Co., were Instructed to

la the petlUon then.(or. be re convicts In their charge Total . . .. I U. II
declared public road. .. "-.. ration( of their contract The county treasurer til.J his report -
l Report of W. Marvin Allen J.C. I to1 RonnJtree. convict guard showing the following balances ,I. \
Barber and Ceo. L. Kaeould.com- theto be used by the latter to es .)' 11. 1907: .:

', mJttee appointed to view *ni mark I build such roads as there shall have General fund .. . .1101.02 'f
; out a road to run west from: the been subscription lists filed with this I Flue and forfeiture fund. 1.0(5.11 .1
southeast corner of the northeast board sufficient la amount to build County school fund .. . 14.12
+ quarter of the northeast' quarter of I Mr, J. T. Wlgglntoa filed subscription Road Fund . . .. 140.05 /' t
r1 section II.P.. 51. range 41, reported list and petition asking for Interest and sinking fund 10.II .
favorably Da same and recommended I the repair of the road running north Spec. school sub. dls. 1 .4.420.72

that the tame be declareda 1 from Homestead station, and to cotaect Spec. school sub. la.l 1,1(1.71 ;i
public road. It la therefore ordered I with the road recently bunt Special school Chap. 5111 .140.55

that cold road as described In by the county southwesterly from Game warden laid . . .05 ,
the petition therefor. be declared a Perrtne. e t

public road. Mr. A. C. Frost appeared before Total . . .. HO.lw5.IJ
r Report of Oeo. P.Ball. Z. L. Baker the board and asked for the donationto On motion of Com. McPherson

C and B. Jones, committee appointed the town of Dsnla of the old seconded by Com. Wail, board adjourned 1
h to Ticw and mark out a road tot cages formerly In use la the county to June tth. 1107 .at I F. T. BUDGE

nn froth Sloan's comer northerly Jail. On motion of Com. McPherson a. m.
to Wofford's dyke, reported on the seconded by Com. Allen said cages

location of the name as follows: were donated to the town of Danla A. HJtnMS IX: RACK FOR CLERKA
Starting. .t the northwest owner of! on eocdIUoa: that the tow move the BIO REALTY DEAL
I the southwest quarter of the southeast same at expense of the town aad
quarer of section 4. Township that said cages be used" when. necessary ,
13 south range 41 east and running t to confine county prisoners Ele.where in the Metropolis under -
a due north from, said northwest corner Carried.Mr. the head of political announcements Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth Street Miami :;

thr.s-qurten of a mill, thence W. I. Metealf. former county appears the announcement of
Mr. A. H. Adams for the office of J :
mn..thence due
f east one-eighth of a attorney appeared before the
north one half mile thence west 81 board with a communication from city clerk subject to the primary 1
called held later in the
to be and
yards, thence north to yard to Wof.ford' Mr. Ales BC Clalr-Abrams In which
dyke and recommenleJ that'the the latter agreed to take a final decree summer -- -------
has been of
Mr. Adams a resident
same be declared a public road. la the cue of Sawyer vs. Com .
Miami for the past three sad one-
ordered that laid road 1 mlssloners of Dade
t' It Is therefore county, without
half years, as manager of the wholesale -
as relocated be declared a public further cost to the county If notifiedof fish business "r the Florida

road. the consent of the board to his Flth t Produce Co., and la a man
Petition of J. B. Combs and others taking such final decree' On motion of rood moral character and habits

1, for a pubtK road to m a as follows of Com. Allen, seconded by He has had a number of years experience -
: Beginning at the northwest t Com. McPhersoa. It was decided In in book keeping and office
corner of the southwest quarter of t order to save further costs In the clerical work, a qualification above
the southwest quarter or the southeast I CUe to *o notify Mr. Abrams. Motion all others necessary In performing Griffing's
{ quarter of section 4, townshipII carried. the functions of the office of city
range 42 east, in OJus. Dade I Mr. W. I. Metealf appeared before clerk accurately and competently
county. Florida ana running due the board with a petition from Mr. Mr. Adams Is not a professional
West from said Northwest cornerone I| John McLeod. representing that he politician and has never aspired to
mile was read and on motion. Is the owner of lots 1 aad IT and office before. He is a thoroughly
Z. L. .Baker. C. H. lies and A. the ne 1-4 of the a H-S of lot 1 la reliable man conscientious: and eneriretlc.
'i Sloan were appointed a committee section Sl44S Dade county that and would make Miami a Grapefruit and
to new and mark out the name and I a public road was laid out by the competent and creditable clerk.

report to the board at 1U next regular county surveyor la 1811 to nn along
meting.I a line north and south midway between DI8\TROVS FIRE AT I
I The following fire arm bondswen the west line and the quarter nonE SOUND
read and'approred. : section line of said aeetJoa..that
J. T. Feaster with T. A. Feaster said road as located was In use by From Tuesday's DallyA Orange Trees

and J. F. Jandon aa sureties. the public for some time and then West Palm Beach special under

!4 8. S. Lylet, with J. H. Cheat- i I discontinued, and a new roadwaybetween ,..terd.,.'. date to the St. Augustine
I Bim and P. B. Jaudon aa inretlee. I I the lands of petitioner used Record given the following account
Samuel Round... with Geo. L. I I Instead, to his great Inconvenience, of a disastrous fire at Hobe Sound a

? 1 MaedotaU and M. A. Marshall as I and praying that the regularly laid In the north end of Dade county at Planted at the beginning of the summer RAINY SEASON, will put on full sea-
sureties' I I out road on said quarter-quarter section an early hour
Bond of C. C. Atkinson as constable line which has been duly and "Hobe Sound was visited by :a sons growth as the trees are perfectly matured after a long period of rest through '

'S' with fynory:: Bpauldlng and 1 legally declared public road by serious conflagration at an early thedry: season and will make rapid growth during the remainder of the year.
; A. B. Janes a* sureties la the sum the board of county commissioners hour this morning when the store
.M of tOO was read and approved. I be used by the public Instead Of of Bowen .t: Hines was completely
Bont of James, T. DeBerry with the road above described. destroyed by fire. Both the post- We Recommend Summer
Oeo W. Potter and F. Egerton assureties. I Moved by Com. ADen seconded by office and express office had quarters -
In the sum of one thousand Co... McPherson that said petition la the building and the loss In both
i dollars for the maintaining of the I be granted Ayes, Alien McPherson these departments was complete. and Guarantee
:Il ferry on Lake Worth between West I and Wan. Nays Carter. Car The burned building was practically Satisfaction.Our .
Palm Beach and Palm Beach was 1 rled. I new and two stories in height
1. approved and ordered died Petition of certain residents of The loss is estimated at K.OOO."

Deeds from Joacham Frits and I I I Cocoanut Grove, asking for authority OVER9TREET guarantee is worth something to tree planters and our prices are reasonable.

v and wife, sad from T. J. Pltchford I I'' to close a street known as Front St. RF.sIDE'CED.LGD: HY FIRE We grow large blocks of the very best varieties of
,4 and wife to t>ade county for the In said town and shonn on Flat
strip ef ground comprising the bed I Book A. page 1". was filed and on ,
of the road aa mentioned In the petition I motion of Com. Allen seconded by (From Tuesday's Dally) Standard Florida and Seedless which
') J for road In Sec. SS-IS-41, were I Com. McPherson the matter was referred About nine o'clock this morning Grapefruit, are bringing the
icy\ accepted and ordered delivered to I to Cora. Carter for Investigation the fire department was called out
to No. (SS highest prices in the market. Also a full assortment of leading
the clerk ol the Circuit court for and report Carried. Twelfth street where
1 record I Commissioner McPherson: reportedthat the residence of )lr. H. E. Over a

1" Communication from Mr. J. W. I he had examined the work street Mr was M. T.on fire. Oranges, lemons, Limes and Kumquats always on ;
White ar ret.ry and treasurer of'' done by Mr. H. 8. Pennock on hi* Masters who with a
the County Commissioners and Good contract with the county to build a force of carpenters: was working on hand: We bud on Rough Lemon, Sour Orange
a building across the street froo.Mr .
Roads AsaoeiaUon.lfiviUBg the board certain road In section: 1, tp. 41, Overstreets house, saw smoke
to attend the meeting of the association I range 42. that same has been completed protruding from
the kitchen and
to be held In Penns 'otaFla.. In compliance with contract bUlly the men ran to the house I Grapfrnit and Lime Hoots, We have Large Smnerles Our 1\arwriea are. absolutely
on June Iftth.was reed and the and recommend that a warrant be I of which have their advantages -
and as best they could checked tin all on the Red Lands of the free from White Fly and '
:: chairman requested to answer the 'I drawn on the road fund to for u
;. pay protr" < i>s of the f.ames.; An alarm when planted upon
same tad express the hearty approval the same. hid been sent In mesnwhlle and Homestead Country, also on there is no White Fly In Dado
;,.. l of this board in the movement and Moved by Com. Allen, seconded by BOon the chemical engine and bonk j land t0 which they are best high hammock land near Ful- or St. Lucte Counties, A
':" Its approval of any movement lookIng |I Com Wall that a warrant for the and ladder truck were on the scene j adapted. We especially recommend ford and on high plae land you
;1 to the betterment of the roads of amount of 1410 as called for In the The chemical apparatus was put : Sour Orange Boots take no risk In buying our
the stateOn contract be drawn on the road rand to work and In 'n..r Miami and Lemon City. ;
,,l a short time the for producing the best quality trees. There Is daaera 1
motion of Com. MePherson.serandej to pay Mr. Pennock. building was safe Other than helm; of Oranges and we take pleasure Also on the Indian River, near
t by Com Carter, the notice Moved by Com. Allen, seconded by smoked throughout and about 15* Fort Pierce and are therefore bringing trees from other sections
.f recently published In the newspapers i Com Wan that an order be given damage to the kitchen nothing else la advising our patrons In position to furnish trees of the state where this
of the levying of a special mlU- the FV nt Safe ft Lock Co. for the was Injured. who are In doubt as to the
I necessary steel furniture for the While returning from the fire this klnj of roots best adapted to best adapted to different soils dreaded pest Is generally

.elteed vault In the county Judge's office, morning a young man named Hln- their PARTICULAR SOIL. and locations. distributed.

.,,.] for road purposes was ratified by also a safe for each of the following son employed at Drake's mill stRockJaJe
t- the board. >fflees, the sheriff's office the tax col was knocked from his
Communication from 1'. C. Beld- lector's office and the county treasurer's wheel and very painfully injured by
: en. of West Palm Beach. asking for office, an la accordance: with the tongue of the hick. It appears Griffing'sPomona We also grow a full line of

, a permit te catch and maintain certain plans on file with the commissioners, the young men was riding along unmindful Bruit and Ornamental trees
birds for exhibition purposes for the whole of IT. of the approaching carriage
sum 11.1 Ayes Plants
until I too late to avoid a collision best adapted to South
was read and the clerk was Allen Wan and Baker. Nays, Car-
ed to refer Mr. Belde to U ter and MePherson. Carried. the the shoulder heavy tongue striking him on Nurseries Florida, hlr'y described
and Inflicting
missioner of agriculture rtqlleat.-I More by Co... Carter seconded painful wound He.was picked a very up la our large Illustrated
permit. by Com. Wall that the sheriff be authorised by Mr W. H. Challle and others I
it Bid of Mr. D. O. to purchase for use In the plaC'I'CIla the carriage and carried to catalogue, mailed free

h the hire of tea convicts at county Jtll. six Iron be tends to cost the office of Dr. Pugh where the Injury I Wholesale and Retail Phone 129-E upon application.
::1 \ of Tl cents per dayash and bid of | not more than 111 each Carried. was dressed. He Is not believed -
I M. A. Marshall & Co.. for the hire I I Moved by Com. McPhersoa sec- to be Injured Internally '



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'ti I I I : Must be cast before noon June 29

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ATTORNEYS AT LAW I cUter Mrs. Fitch, much to the delight | ttlon t of inserts: of the troublesome
They are Doingat 1 VOTE
of her many young friend variety

One of the most dellgtfnl; meetingsof Mr Walter Sebucht. 'up 'ilDtenl-.

ERWIN AND JOHNSONATTOKXtTaJnCOOKSZLOIATUW Busy Lemon CityLemon the Pioneer Guild was held at ant of the raw mill of Giorgeapf: .

tbe residence of Mr* D. Roberts, at this place, spent the day' In Miami JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION BALLOT
AKBMucrrot Wednesday afternoon The treasurer yesterday attending, to -in"3.m.ttf'ra *
B CBANCOTIB reported that despite the down- and making arrsngem., 'nti

l-t TwtiRi sired Ctiy. June C- Mr.John E. pour of rain Saturday $17 60 wa for the Independence Day celebration : -
TK>. kacanac Bat- IDUd, TFNII Pendleton the prominent merchant taken In from the Ice cream social: to be held here. Mr Schocht Metropolis Contest
I I. In Tampa, where he is attendingthe which is an excellent amount the Is greatly interested In the affair.

bedside of Mr. Pendleton. who weather considered.Mrs. which will be the means of aranJ.t'a

H. T. et> benson CONTEST EDITOR-PteiM cast 'n' rod lor_ _____
Welsh, Woman's
I Mr* accompanied by the Club of Miami -- ----
ATTORNEY AT LAW. and daughter., Mr. and Mr. made an Interesting and instructive tentThere ,...11be\ a ball game that a

v .....g ua Lonli Welih left last Saturday and talk and complimented the Guild dar between the employees of the

ta.a.amiea r rxtear. will spend the summer in Michigan! for their wonderful snccera and I aw mill known as the "Sl'r* Palm -__________ _______ __ u ______ ___________ _
rwkllc Is Ore.
O&M IT la ***.U BslldlafMIAMI Miss Helen Roger left lat week management They were honored Team" and Coroanut Grave! team
Who His been
FLORIDA to visit relative and attend school by'the presence of four generations 11 Capt Charles Graham will captain reiaUrly nominated
In Tallahacwe Mrs Frederick Mrs J. 8. Frederick the Filter Palm team and It Is said
Mr and frl. Macheby have purchased Mrs :I. T. WlKKlnton and the game will be an lnt r"'tin< one
QILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist the house and lot opposite the tie daughter Mlu Wigginton.; Ut'l During the aftern ran lb.e *!ll Date, June 14th, 1907

; depot formerly owned by Mr. J. H. al new members were enrolled. The be games, etc, for the tl'ild:'en. and

t-e OPTIC>A.tl. ..HO.*{: r*..i iMIAMI. .. stum of Miami They are having hostess served delicious refresh I ImeDia. In the evening there .II!| boo r bll-
I. the house and grodnds pnt In good Mrs E. Hill will entertainthe I let lunch served after which fireI -
PlL. k ,= b4I TM indltion preparatory to taking possession Guild at her home July Sd I works will be dliplayelftcr

FLOBIDA. about July 1. The generous contribution of Mr. the fire works there will be a
Mr Machebv has gone Into partnership Henry M. Flagler of ISO to the house warming at the resdence: i with )fr. J. A. Dana of of Mr. Charles Graham and an cnhes- -- r
Guild was reported and: a vote
Jon !. rtlDIKJCX Miami and baa charge of a ftrst- banks tendered to the benefactor of I I tra has been engaged from, Miamito

CIVIL ENGINEER: class blacksmith shop at Little RJyer. a good cause. I I add to the day' ""II| > raent.

AND SURVEYOR. The Heirs brothers hare arrived Several committee have been ap Orange and Grapefruit TreesWe
J. Albany and Mra. WIlL the tport
Mrs. W. and are at home to their frlenda. In t I ntdro'.1 handle days
tam raMM lot sea at Uf- Partstlaas Mr.and I '
Pent, of this place are visiting time, such ai dds sec v. |
w gar a w ask-Dlvldlag Lang. Truss.0g. their bachelor quarters on their I IbOlMMe.d.
.. -..., Mr*. Waller Tweedell. .. tion has never before ha.i, will be
)urI. FLORIDA. Dr. E. L. Brooks, who has beeiI I I the result of this Fourth e I J.ly celebration. have for summer planting a good supply S\\

for some time.has returned with of clean, well grown one and two year buds .

H. P. BRANNING Social News and Doingsat his brother to Atanta fur treatment -iY in all profitable varieties which sell "'
The people of this action are re- we at

Ulsrafi aaJ GesMeftwi oiclrJg over the news that the county -: News and Notes From closing out priCE'I'V guarantee our trees'
Cocoanut Grove prisoner will\ beto work onthe
i; fiasa.1 Attain.** .. c.IK1\IIIL Iff... : road from Homestead to Perrlne. NO WHITE FLY. Send for Catalogue.
t MCaatrStotil..a"West the Town Si
[ Palm Beach I: Florida I
Cocoannt Grove Fla., Jane 8 Hustle and Work s The Winterhaven Nurseries =
The Coooannt Grove Metals of Deerfleld Fla. June 10 Mr

0. W. MAYNARD 8.I V. R. Carpenter will be Interested Martin.of Coonanut Grove., was a visitor '
In knowing that abe and the Order at PompanoPompano here last week to spend the day WIXTERII.\VE FLORIDA

her talented daughters will spend I with MM Martin, who la visiting '. .
he summer In North Georgia, expecting the light bouse. /
to remain until October Fla., Jon, T.-Haiti3 I.t Mr. W. A. Mock was a business. n
when It la hoped they will return to West Palm Beach One day
and work la the order oT things here
their attractive
to Banyan week: Fred'k. S. MorseDeal
OPTICIAN. home on the Cocoanut Ridge. Mr.Ferris .- though some grower are away vii | Mr J. E. Foke went to Pompano :

JEWELER AHD win spend the summer at icing relatives friends or the James- | last Tuesday and slant. the .!ay with I

Perfect fitting easy wMrinff flaase itaeford. Conn. the guest of Mr. town Exposition. Money is easy friend there ,
a T* a great _'on. With our ,xa... errls' mother Mr. A. J. Kenned, bridge foreman Estate
and every one seems to be as happy ,
IT* apparatus and large eipeneocethere Mrs. R. 8. Troslow writes from of tbe F. E. C. Railway Co.,
i* a* gauss work. I'neee reaaooable. WernersvHIe. Pa. where she la resting .a If Pompano was the only I town paid a visit to town thin week to look "..
W, repair Watches, Clocks. o. earth.
before going to Jamestown. over his pineapple plantation. Offices ap stair Cor. A**. C and If to St.
Jrwerly and Spectacle Aporttoaofycwr There good reason for the peo- Mr. Melton, pineapple laspector
trade a.ke4 for. Located o. AtM Mrs. Rauleraon. MtM Ada Dean. pie of Pompano to be happy, for for Chase A Co., paid a trip of inspection -

D w".... llth and lath Sta.O. I I who Mr.bus George been very MerrkK m. 1 son* ap of again.ReT.g good crops have been made, and all to Deerfleld this week Miami. Dade Co., Florda. i

/ were sold at home with bat few exceptions. Mr*. N C. Pike, of Delray I I'
W. MAYNARDJeveleraa4 O. Merrlck. enjoyed a coming What little was shipped pending several days here with ,

......_ Ottttu age party .Monday might given P7 Otl consignment was, with but one )lr. and Mrs, Nlblack AGENT OR LANDS OF r
its friends.There exception, sold at good prices. On Mr. Fred S. Dewey. land agent
la no place one eau spend concern thai used automobile freely for the F. E. C. Railway pent Florida East Coast Railway Co {j
pleasanter hoar thaa at the Cbrl- got several carloads out of here Wednesday night In town.

Don BdentUta' meeting Om Bandar and gave the poorest results of any Rev Henry Hire pastor of the U Florida Coast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co. ;.r
PATENTSGASNOY afternoons at the Congregational bones IB the business. W. know E. Church SouthWest Palm Beach ;
Boston and Florida
church at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. aitomobllf come high. preached a very able sermon at the Atlantic Coast Land Co.1

Ram Harris, of Key West, famish Many of the grower are now home of )lr. and Mrs R. F. Saxon !;

the music BOW, and will for the jerpartng land for pineapples and last Thursday to a urge andlMr { .
sw e.eas.r..e..r.r... rammer, aa they are visiting her .t the-ame time. are shipping their f'ne"
.e.aU. COiIwtnla6.hln. It Is worth a wood walk to hear -
.. isA.dre li'.elarr.es.wMl., end pineapple crop J. J. Hnton and two child- 0u
try..deJswsary.a.w. Mr. Harris play the not. Messrs. Sen pie Bros are clearing en, of West Palm Beach spent
hlrl aid Wrhgsat h.s/sa ld.deMyw.esr Mra Alfred Peacock and Misa thirty acre. Blunt Bros five acres. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. R. F.Saxon .

get ate.a r.e.w ee. w. soave aer Me.t..wret. Irene Newbotd are first and second Foster Spear, five acre. Roger & : and returned to their home : :: : ?
., a ar readers at the services and It there Neele l tm acre. O. W. Route, iunday D'.E.JA.D'.IJt
Ia BO treat enthusiasm there la a eve acre and James MeComb. Jr.. _
.ease of peace and good will that I* Ore acres As soon aa help can be :
The altar o. last Forest Fires Burned .f
worth whOe. had an aggregate of JOt acres will ;
Sset try WM beautifully decanted be cleared and act out tn pineapple. >sIs

with PolncUaa blossoms and It was which will be shipped from this sta Up Pineapple Held ranidly going to the front as the fading ( :
to *o many young
see .
a plants (ion
people present. Mr. and )(.. T. H. Chapman areaway city in South Florida. Everybody :'t

)(r. R. R. McCormick: and family on a Visit to the exposition is going to Miami. Now is the time to i J
have the sympathy of the communityfa and all the cities of the East. They Delray. Fla. Jane 10Mr.. D.
1 1urrp the sudden death of Mra. MeCormkk win be away till Fall. Helscley Is Improving the appearance secure a choice location either for busi- :

which occurred U PBfladalphla Mr. and )(rs. )(. M. Bmoak and ol his home by adding a "*w residence. Choice
ness or locations in
IntoS OB the Id. baby left yesterday to be gone for front veranda and a coat of paintto
Miss Flora McFarlane made many her two months.Mr. the entire building.Miss the city for sale by : : : : : : : h'arcs+
good-bye Calla Wednesday on and Mrs. L. D. Spier are Ethel Sterling has returnedto re,
Coooaait Grove friend. M she left Tlstttnf friends and relative In Or her home after a delightful visit
.. Friday for her home la the North. lando. to Mr. and Mrs T. C. O'Brien at
4 '?1lew..111. 6eY.. His McFarlaM promUea to retinaearly Mr. and )(rs. B. M. Hamilton Beuna VlKaMr FORT DALLAS LAND CO.OOUt00000000000) Ii:

-1111 MOST &AUI1RL MAGALSee'r la the fall and If the Influenceof are visiting on the Wed coast and *. R P. Crownov. of Miami .

TIIB WGItIJ her many friend can accompli win remain away several month and two children are vUltlng Mrs.Crownover's OCQXOOOOIO; >:>ov tX,
': Ark Bewsdealer for this soperbraoae. It, he will open a private School Mrs I. I. Hardy. Mack anl doer Mr*. II J. Sterling : : {
for little children something very tk
If be dots sot beadle itIeII4 daughter, are visiting relatives In '
r ha name aad addrn with jxwrM I mach needed.Jt middle Florida and Georgia. Rev Charles Ward, pastoif! of theM Call on Or '
Bad addnM and IOC. for ....pie Is worth while to remember )fr. and Mrs. James McCombJr. I K. Church who ha been *o *erlouely :-oIx :E. 1ZE15+LY. F. TC3II2A73Abd 4

OM. Regular pnce -sc:. Me no that Miss McFftrlan was Cocoanut and daughter: left recently for New I III for the past threw! wk. Agent Fort Vice-Wea. Fort Dalla. QttCo. :

this patI -. Grove's first school teacher lining York, where Mrs. McComb and I Is Improving and will bft able to Dallas Land Co., Miami, Fla. .. St. Augustine FlaQ ,,
: BlaT PaiMlaUaiK c.m,..,.. taafht before the county school daughter will remain until the fall. travel within the next ten days. providing #;
establish. She I greatly I Ii 'r ;
.4 Mean tad iNs..l New. Y.n: CIt7 was loved by the children and* classes I Mr. McComb returned Sunday, after him. a relapse 1* not nailed upon <":))0(10 XX:0: : >:-x..x.DQ() cocooooonoooooocoocfThe : : J t
leaving Mra. and Miss McComb In
taught by her are sure to be pop the north and will remain here Presiding, Elder Rev 8y Law- rC

nlar daring the summer to look after ler of he M t'bnrch Sotth. ha.
1R. FARIS' MISSION WAS S Mrs Bertha :J. Harri associate his estate. transferre 1 to iVlray, Kev R. M

pastor of the Stern C.onIO'f'PUoaal' Mr. A. M. Gardner and Mid Glacier. to complete, the conferenceear Ocklawaha Nurseries
(Church of Cincinnati, and who hasbeen Mildred Gardner were visitor hereabout In the place of Rev 'Charted
VERY HIGHLY Y SUCCESSfUL In charge of the church work Ward r..llluPd Rev Glaaler will
ten day., the guests of Mrs.
here for the pt month left yeste Gardner's SOB. Richard. preach at Delray next Sunday morning TANGERINE FLORIDA ...11, ;':;.
day for her home Mrs. Harri
Mrs. Curry, of Oak Hill and Mrs ; and at Rmnton Snndajr afternoon -
will be greatly ensued and there 11 at 3 o'clock Want Orange Grower to know that It I I. to heir Interest to buy tree o..
T. C. Howe here looking attar | .
a sincere wish that she may return are Pineapples" are till moving In car from their stock Became they have THE BEST GROWN IN:< FLORIDA. ;.
the shipment of their pIM.ppleJ.Mr. I
Her trip down the extension "u I loid lot*. Tomatoes are ] not opVntlfnl GOOD RESULTS can only be obtained from tree that have aa abundance':.
W. C. Howes Is expected dally
(From SatardaV Dally) a most successful one and those who the price during past of GOOD ROOTS item that are STOCKY. lOpe WELL DEVELOPTD: rit l
Mr. J. A. Saxon I* building a Bhe She
were benefited petit her a auhsta and l learns. and woodttat I I. ENTIRELY FREE OF IVirRIOt'S INSECT
Dr sad Mrs. W W. Farts return I large lore west of the rock road I seek being (4 |per elate : to.
tlal "thank 'ou" in the form of a [ LIFE O.VR TREKS have all\ these GOOD POINTS In .
e4 Dome tart eight from poi>ts In > and w\llI.U'r build a fine residence I :Mrs! J It. 'asnn U exp eted toarrive I their favor and w.coridallv t.:.
generous: check after she had re- hmne 1 n:>on, from 1..11.net. 111"11.'our inspection. SPD'HI. INDI't'EMNETS: are offered
Mr. and Mr W .B. Cascela hare .t:
Ohio and Pennalvvanla where the I :
turned She tbe first to those who will place their orderi for fill
1 was woman vh''re she hall i. H-n "I..ltl'i Rev now delivery! OI'R NEW {
left for middle Florida, where Mr
.: psvst severs weeks wtfe spend, and ] to make the trip on the train all the' ,' Caswl bill to ship bps watery I Dr r.iwin and fimlh. EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN PROLIFICA3 '::

during wbu-h they( iadnlfd Ii week I wv, and promise 1 a pen picture oft I I melon crop.gone Before leaving hero, I'rnRrt"1I; h-lni; nnd' Inward-, PINEAPPLE, ASK ABU'T IT. CAT\LOGfE FRE8

;as the on t of Mr. cud Mr>. Jj ne- I t I' I..tt.r in Thursday evening, Mr Mr Camels gave; out the contrac: 'h.. Kmi-ih' of Jut cel|i1ii itlnn and
Harris waRpn a surprliw party find, N i h It a
i rntlev' t t d frayt1. : Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries
G Hair t and family, well Lnovn i i for the ere<'tfon of a commodious I
liy the of the GrovyttiatronlitiHi .. ,
I Doling: i 1'1'1. :I. ; n a of I.h '"7" for. Ih' ;
residence to h" built on the westside ,
winter reelJents and property ownto l Ioy Mr Cotta. at whose d s epor's I I h I Inn' point
ol inv rr of this city I home Mr. Harris wa uniting.j 5,. 'h la, -hv it i on late'
Smith will build residence on the Tangerine Florida,
d ... '1'' I.., th.. 10", Lt
) p"I'IOua to going to Pi nn >lvialaJ3r : -- adjoining lot.Everybody .r I r""r
Faro attended the pMifclon cf tbe I I* prosperous and everything T C ellh'e! 01 I lists ni Or M. S BURBANK Agt, Miami Florida
General Aseembly of the Pr... \ler- looks I",. himi "ih is.ci fr m Mr Gen
well flee
Ua chuixh at Colamfeu 0., as a I A Delightful Meeting weather The people have growing forrn- "It "t IVIn mi,' Mntlrl' I 1'Of, Our rHEOTlDE preparation for ihe destruction of aot S'as, and t'i
other vermin will do the work. ;
'at < ;
delegate from te Florida BynoJ Dr. sue land sod I sill Improve al once l'
I ten he droagth; and are pushing "
Fads states that he accomplished In irxtl' a hoiiwTti.
Homestead GuildHomestead ahead. Hurrah for old Dade.
very purpose for which be was sent .' > .ruing I... lOp se runnlr? )
,,as 1..11 delegate, wbkh consisted In -in short time ".",nit to. ih,. """ .tTefl,
abolishing the three Florida Presbyterle I i.f plnppilis| The feint tn. Iwlnjrw : Miami

*. consoUdatlai; them into ems.and Fla June ( Mrs Naranja Will j Gelebrate ..lvi.<1 from the north Td| of thepineapple Bottling Works ,

| having It attAch to thee J. 8. FreJerlck of Miami. Is visiting I district hut not .nfficlrnt )

| Presbytery of Alabama, composed of : her daughter' Mrs J. T. WI"-, the Fourth 01! JulyNaranja. In warrant Bt'nrtwork In the ran WALL &: McGOWAN. Props.
"ckmrches that came in from the Camberiaad glutton, and other relatives here,. ni r\ 1 h"- factory U now nrjuippcdmlth ;
a pineapple! p" al : Church through Ute r event Mr. Frederick Is always welcome y
a Near R.
newest' tlimeH In m.iihmrv !n thNr 12tb Street, R., Miami FlaMtnnfacturen 4
reunion." visitor In Homestead I .|i"t and don the w<,rk of ten ,
Tae three colored Presbyterian Rev' George! Bernard Clarke will Fin June 6- Mr Wm. m..nI\ h l better result of .

"*eharcbes, members of one of toe Flo- officiate at the regular services at F.Ashe.who ha a prrxp>-roun homestead > , rUa Presbyteries were" detached Redland School huge Sunday' after- In this place has returned
hare des'rovol an acre of plnrap
sd attached to the Presbytery ofJfnox I noon. June 9th from a bUllaH.1,1l to Fort r'crieand I |plea on the plantation of Dr ptmlcvr All Kinds of :,
In Georgia, and bvlnnrtDg: to Mrs. F. M. Spencer U visiting will nialn home for r.-"pral I at the held of lake Ida M rause.t l 1

a colored r\ nod The Presbytery of Judge: Allen E. Heyier and family.In davs preparatory to making; anoli,:>r I a hay r>f hard Meriting t., wf. err.rat Soft Drinks
Lianas waa aim detached by the as Miami this week bni>lne..< trip. Mr Ache is trw manufacturer l other prop..rtte- in tP It <:< t"'M /1 c't Ii '

.nodt Mis Parks of Key West has returned of th. famous Roach Pepper II the origin <->f It._ lire i" unknown -
for an IndeSUntte visit to her a povil'T need for the ei< rniln- Prompt Attention t* AH OrOar Out-of-Townden SoUdtcd. r



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r'rr rtG13T THE MIAMI METROPLI9. Ri irNE it, 2 OT. rAI

i 1 Took Pe=ru=na, Hardly Daring to Believe I MEMORIACEXERCISES II

So )Writti J/r. fftvhof, of Albany. BY ODDFELLOWS


Pelvic Diseases in Men. YESTERDAY

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Many an invalid U drawing out a miserable. existence '4:" M ; \ ,-
1f '
with catarrh of the kidneys, ctUrrb of tbe P r '

bladder,of both
There. do dmease equal' to catarrh of the bladder t'

In producing: complete wr."'i....,lne.... absolute f q rV ( From Monday Dally)

dopair hae;:ard misery and uuM..ra weskne*. tt: 5 i rAn Yesterday was Memorial Day with
3 V 'b Ft. Dallas Lodge No. 44, r. o. OF ,
army of this sort of victim hive one l hy one A
of Miami the event being be-
di"Covered, that Peruaa could be relied upon to relieve
+ commemorated large
fltttlnclv by a
such __. yf ",{ Ya ''' ax:.: 'ro'% y attendance of member 4 lt l-
One man tell another. man and In this way the > a d; a' '; >
k At :2! o'clock in the afternoon the
newt spread: until in all parU of the. country art t ,3. l, f t
members of the order, about fifty
to ire fou.nellll -ii who bar been permanently liberated + k .t. ? t
from the. 1'iratdom) of catarrh of the bladder by ?; ,,2, fk strong, assembled In the lodge room
here services lultable to the occa-
a C'OarN of Peruna. v ;ttt lon, were held. alter' which the
Many race of catarrh of the stom.eD kidney andother a Men's White l
lodge, II a body, formed in procession -
abdominal organs bar reported tbenxelvesa z9'7 a and marched to the cemetery

cured. where' the grave of deceased brethren -
We plv below two prominent. testimonial which were decorated with flower,
illustrate the benefit of Peruna In th... _. attended by service

Fortunately there. were only four

grave to decorate, they being
those of brethren Thompson Klngsley. Flannel Suits

Forbes and Swanson
Next Sunday Biscayne Bay Lodge

No. 11, Knight of Pythlaa win hold
its Memorial Day service at the

auditorium after which the lodge ; 1
G az will proceed to the cemetery ant ,
decorate the grave of their departed J
To be closed '
one. This service will be one out regardless -
CHARLES B. NEWHOF of the moat elaborate of the kind

: : ever held here.
of cost at \

WI!! IIIIll ,' CstarTh e1 the Bladder.at BIO ItK-U, KSTITE DEAL .

j4' )lr. (". l\. Newhof, 10 Delaware. street, Albany, (From Tuesday's Dally) I
N. V, President. Monti-More Club, write:
Ore of the largest real
a.r, ""'IaN my advanced age I find thai I bar been **ta'etransaction .
consummated In Dad I .
4.1 frequently troubled with urinary ailment Tbe i
V county this year, was closed op yesterday Sewell
bladder teemed Irritated, and my |>hy inan said Bros.
e : by \Mlton Huddlescon.
1A that It waa catarrh ranged by a protracted cold '
cal estate denier! Mr.
selling to
I f which weu1dbedtfDcnittoor.rmmeon&! ....uol of
I William Deerltg.' of Chicago, a -
advanced took Peruaa hardly daring
1 c (fC my ape. .
< lire tract of land on the bay front
believe that I would be but found to
: to helped my
t lit BUf'na'i...... wt'h all riparian It
relief that I soon began to mend. The Irritation
right, for the mm of $15,000
l gradually subsided, and the mrlnary dtffkultle This land considered' the
E RY s among
M EM I hveenoyed excellent health
t paedaway aOow moat desirable! In the Buena Vista
9 for the past seven monUu. I enjoy my meals, section and on it Mr. Deerlng wll. These goods are made 01! the ;
G sleep soundly.and am a*.ellul wa twenty years
erect one of the moat magnificent
r ago. IgtY- allprahe to Pe,...." and costly winter residence In the finest imported Flannel and r..=
( J
Catarrh *f SI.ouch an* kidneys county, improving the ground tn
I Mr. nand L. ,Jsycox Chaplain from 11 Hoalb Nicholas Bt.' Chicago, keeping with the aame Mr Deertag

f Mr tnda I.O. G. T. and Chaplain G. III. as follows has been a winter resident of Cocoanut English Cricket Cloth lined
; B. L. Emory, V.ee Chancellor Hto Broadway,Oakland,CaI., \ na"l "1 wa in good: health until about four Grove for a number of years
and Master of Arm.., K. P,'., of w ben bark became lam and own other valuable ;
"1 am an old war veteran J \ year ago my << properlythere with Silk and are the best
Omaha, Neb. write from 306 North' ed severe bladder and kidney; I and sore The pain kept increasing and In other parts of Dad ,

.. Sixteenth street the following word I pent hundred of dollar and coo with severe twltehe and slow exhaustive county
of prIDe for Peruna a. a tonic. He suited a host of doctor, bat neither did ache V'rtne was highly colored The firm of Wilson 'eV HuJdles- that money can boy-see them
says and with ton have also made another Important -
me any good."Finally pawed great Irregularity I ,
," It la with ptoarar I rrcommeitd knew this most be laflMamatlom ottba"Harlot realty deal l. aelllng to Mr. W.
Ptruma at m teak of anu.ual merit.A some of my comrade who 6 dfk,. M. Brown for Mr. A. B. Wayt.th
large nambrr of prominent _m had been cared by Pernna advised meat north one hundred feet of lots 1
read ol PentiaaVceo M
ben ol the different order with to try It. I once bought: a bottle, and try If. I found relief from the pain and 2, block i4. north for $4.000t

which I have been connected have i found helped .. au much that I kept within ten day. Tbe ache gradually -

: been cured by the Hue of Pernna In uJlng It for nearly four month. diminished, and it wa a blessed relief Nine flannel suits

I eases of U.rrI01 the stomach and .Peruaa hat proven the kit mttdtditt I can assure '011.. W/tbl.tb"moots slightly soiled,
IteM; sMeo IB sssWv complaint and I ever uned. My pale art roof I was wflloax__. My appetite bad
..a"_ of the pelvic organ and 1 believe myself: to be eared. heel returned, nervotuneM and Irritabilitywere 20 and 25 dollar values I
Peruaa tone up the >).""m, aid well and would not be without a bottle thing of the past,and for over two Miami
direction.Induce sleep, and is well tn ume of need for ten time. its coat." years now I have been a healthy man $$5

worthy the confidence of sufferers of I Mr Robert E. Hanvey, TreaanrerKntghU "1 give all thanks to your Pernna T close them out at ,

the aba-re eomslslau." of Industrial Freedom, also a and believe that it I* a bleatiag t* man Hardware .

; well known writer and lecturer, write kind" J

: de Peufeilboux Jean de Hedouville | and treasurer : ;-any other such I Co. Seventeen Cream Flannel Suits, .

: AT THE ELKS E CLUB[ and Alexander Vljcand. hereby assoc I officers, agents or employees as mar -
tate themselves together for the from time to time I.e appointed or were 17.50. We'll close
: purpose of becomlcg Incorporated' elected"

under tbe laws of the S ate of Florida The office of secretary and treasurer I Make spedaTIndncements $10
r In the discretion' of the boardof to cash buyers. Foil line these suits out at only

The following i* the proposed' char directors, may be filled by one and
(From Fridays Dally ter for the intended corporation the same person The secretary and

Mrs Battle >rerv and Miss Kate Article I. directors of this company may be
Lang were hostesses yesterday at i' The name of the corporation shall persons other han urorkholder. HARDWARESash

:. CIne of be prettiest earl parties of be Florida Securities: and Land Co, The names of the officers and directors 29 Suits, striped Cricket Cloth

; the season at the Elks' Cub with principal office at Miami, Dad who are to conduct the bnsIneos and DoorsStudebakerWagons
county. Florida of the corporation until thosetlected
Exquisite rosts and delicate ferns and Flannel 20
Article II. at the first election shall b were
were massed together in bowls and
: The general nature of the business qualified are Gaston Peufellhoux, $12 1
vases all"about the room, supplying .
to be transacted shall be the president; Jean de HeJouvllle secretary dollars, to close out at
\p' an enchanting "fretting to the pretty buying nelllnn renting leasing and and treasurer and Gaston de
( picture, as the daintily gowned women otherwise acquiring and disposing of Pcufellhoui. Jean de lledouvtlternd

moved In an&out among the card real. estate and personal property; of Alexander Vizand shall consulate See or write T be Miam
tables finding their partners and the board of director
aelllnid mortgaging; or otherwlaepledging
t table or disposing of any of the The organlrajtlon and first annual Hardware Company. 48 suits, white and striped Eng t

The score cards were nnnsnally company'* real estate or personal meeting of the stockholders shall bo WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
attractive oblong cards with Irreln property a* security for apy debt held on the third Monday in July, lish Cricket Cloth silk lined
'ar burnt edtr and band painted of the corporation: borro lng money A. D, 107! In the city of Miami, ,

lit a dainty design of wild roses ant and securing the payment of the Florida the principal place of business
batter- flies. During the progress; of same In any manner permitted by of sail company; and on same were $25.00, 27.50 and E

the game, tbe player were refreshed law to private person; loaning money day each annual meeting of the 1
with limeade on chattel 1 mortgage or real estate stockholders thereafter 30.00 to close $15
and The officers and board of director out at
Mrs W. H. McIntyre won the first security; buying aelllng and SMITHSova
prl,.... handftone hand painted china otherwise dealing la real' estate of said corporation shall be electedat c
I the first annual of the
I mortgagea and secured promissory meeting
Hate. Mrs W C. Mavnar.1. the Fecund
notes stock bond, debentures or stockholder and at each annual
prize. an artistic little burnt
other securities meeting of the stockholders thereafter -
and other negotiable
wood jewel box and Mrs John W.
c and or If In any year no regular I I I
: \Vatson received the consolation, a papers: buying, selling, renting
Improving real estate for others: annnal' meeting for any cause shouldbe
:. rrlnlatfre pack ot card The rei i I either on contract or for a commlk heM they shall be elected lit the ;

Irethment coirs, which was unnnill *- | lion, to execute and deliver dE't'dl. I next meeting' of stockholders thereafter 20 ct. disc
I / delicious. consisted )f chicken
: called for
montages, contract, bond for title.Bltr..meot. ; that purpose. per
"t salad tiny salted: wafer anj olives, I of sale, reles.Ntll- Article 11.

tV accompanied; by a well blended ulntlunch factions and all papers necessary to The highest; amount of Indebtedness

> tarry out the powers of tbe corporation which the company may Ht any
.i! \muriK those present were: Miss ; to plant. Improve and cultivate time subject itself Is one-half or

-,;: Grace Phelps. :Mrs. E. E Phelps any and all kinds of citrus and trof- the amount of its !then fully paid In

Mrs .\. J. !G-Ib. MrIUIam S. cal trees Including pineapple pUdtn, capital stock or any surplus thereto e I 111 on all pantsThese
;.: Gramling Mrs. W. C. Maynard., to make, execute and deliver the .
Miss Louie Maynard. Mr*. J. W. company promissory notes or to .Article Ml. '
:, Horner Mr*. 1\.IlUaml., Burdlne. Tansfer or endorse any promissory The names and residences of the SQt'VENIR GOODSIrrigation

., Mrs Henry J. Egger. Mr Thomas noire of the company: for the purpose Incorporators of this company and
li j K yhafham. Miss Janet' Vats<< ot borrowing money or paying the amount of ci pltal stock sntracrib-
;;; "Irs Henry r. Mia J. B. the debts of the corporation; for I ed for are as folio,

to Fox Hi Joseph G. Saxolbv, 1.11'1. loaning and Investing any money upon Gaston de Ptufetlhoux, Miami,Fla.
.;' i ,irrv M. McOown' Mr, O: 'tCar D. nernritlFS upon the corporation I lit shares goods were bought f for the
-ncker. Mr*. Illchard D Maxwell, account and agent or trustee fo : Jean de Honil'vnie' Miami. Fla

\ Mrs Oisc-r T. Conklln Mr W E. other n.1 for acting a* gent, 1 share tourist season just and will
March Mrs \t H Mel;mre, Miss trustee assignee or recetverxOTguardian .Mondt \ trend Miami ria. iiuii ( past

l i Mud ("",,('hrun. !d... William M for other pcnona.Article 1 share 1 not be in style for next
Gaston de Peufellhoax (Seal) season,
& Bro..'n. Mi'. toulse Brown Miss III. y
i 1 nla MrL n40D. Mia Billl- Boyd The amount of the capital! stock! : J. df Hodouville (Seal) is the offer
Miss, laabelle Garret Mix Sue Barr shall be Twentv-flve Thousand Dollars A. Mpurd (Seal) reason we you

olIN Mnnde Whltten. Mrs Mari i5.OJ000). divided Into two State of Florida.
r- fine suits less than
County of Dade at New York
('t Revlere. Miss Kate Lang Mrs. hundred and fifty share of the par
value of one hundred dollars (110*) On this day personally\ appeared
lira R. W Rhodes
K. M
4. ,
Mrs.\ John W. Watson Mrs OscarW. each which shall be payable at the before me Oaston de Penfeilbonz: wholesale cost-do not delay-
option of the corporation In cash Jean de lloudevllle and Alexander
or ;
: Mrs. F. M.Doane.
't Maynard ant--- services or property real or personal '-I 11;&D4. to me well known as the BUT COME IN TODAY
at a Just valuation to be fixed person described' In and who subscribed !
by the board of directors of this their names to and executedthe

J. To AH Whom it May Concern: company at a meeting called for that foregoing Articles of Incorporation -

I k Notice is hereby given that the purpose. aa and for Articles of Incorporation -
Hit Article. IT. of the Florida Securities
;: undersigned intend apply to
i Fxcelleney. Napoleon B. Broward. This corporation shall continue aid and Land Co.. and did severally I can nose give definite Information

; Governor of the State of Florida fort have full power to exercise and operate acknowledge that they executed the a* to the) Capacity of pumping engine -
Its franchise freely and voluntarily' for the for either the "Skin
Letter Patent. on th* proposed charter corporate privilege same necessary John Sewell
and use and therein expressed ner" sprinkler of 6 Bro.
hereto annexed powers and Immunities for purposes or systems Irrigation. -
J The 5th dar ot Jane. A. D.,1f07. the term ot ninety-nine (I*) years It witness whereof, I have hereunto Let Be quote a price for aa r
f from and after the commencement set my hand and official seal, this outfit delivered at freight depot or
de Pesfeilhoux.J .
f Gaston of Its corporate existence. Eth da? of Jan. A. D.. 1107 set *p In running ender Pip for
Hedovville.A. .
J, de' Article V. (Seal) Mabto L. Godson sale at wholesale prlct-s. Wlcdmllla,

i V V1gmn4Ouuter. The badness of this company shall Notary Public steel towers. tanks, ace tyllne gas I

be conducted by a hoard of three di- W. W Erwla. generator" Tho W, Mather, contracting -
! I The undersigned persona Gaston rectors. a president, and secretary Attorney for Incorporators. engineer. Miami IT*. ,



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