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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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A RUSSIAN, ,. CONSERVATORY OF LIFE OF ALfONSO I!INDIANS ARE KILLED, .[MORE ABOUT TUE] TO ORGANIZE


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Will Cause (China; to Throw I Cyst concert given by the pupil Ruler Was LeavtogbposllkM hU. Three OeM at Three FataUr bure| Commodore Roome. who left today) Davis and Taliaferro People

:of the Miami Conservatory of Mute for the west coast and St. loafs I*
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With under the direction of Prof. Franklin log Whet Boat Exploded hlarttfl Twt I Tweily Others SertacJr Bwl and Best
Her Lot f ,Japan ,stilt enthusiastic over the project of form Campaign Club.
Beal. assisted by Mrs. Bush
., : Coleman Peasants-Pope Ptoes Uterwees.Madrid. 'I fW Acress 1 Ow> Prak5.M&ywood. 'establishing a yachting resort her on
e auditorium last nigh
vtollnhrte, at the
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rt. -I i 11,, was a decided success la every particular. -' I the water front between the month -

f : i of the river: and Cocoanut: Grove. I

SAYS A BBUN.DISPATCH? : | One of the .largest audience that April 7.-Aa' official telegram ; nt, April Sixty-three In conversation with a Metropolis MANY VOTERS SIGN GALL
assembled in the auditorium was
"ever from Barcelona says that as King Indians. it a special ear on their way reporter [this morning Commodore

i-t'- present aad thoroughly enjoyed the Alfonso was leaving th. exposition, ta! Washington to visit. PresidentVoosevett Room. said that a* soon aa he reaches -

musical tifatj, exploded. Injuring two was smashed Into by a mal
a petard peas '
New York that he and several other
It would take too much space to ,
ants. One arrest was mad train during a fog two miles west of
:2 New York Herald Today-tas&ians dwell upon each and every performer here today.. ntemted ,yachtmen will endeavor to For I' Meeting to be Held Too*.

:: their rendition, etc, suffice It to say IMPRESSION ROME. Induce others Into the of .
AT Three IMIars were killed Instantlyand project baying
"T Ditoj at Pert ikltar from Japa- that the entire program was almost t rcw K&t I at the fait EnfldIaq-.. .
i.:: three fatally Injured. Twenty others the tract of land U view and to

cscSbelWocDdsRBSsUMHTlIEracnte faultlessly rendered, the pupils showing Rome. April The attempt on.the .../"IIICI or lees seriously hart. build\ winter home, organic a yacht Al Who Are Favorable to These

results of. competent training and life of King Alfonso at Barcelona, baa The Indian mot pinned down In the

Hospital at Dabey-if untiring study.Naturally produced a deed Impression her King wreck 04 ta panic across the prairie. crab and prepare a haven there. Be Two 6ttttanet Are brfted .to be

Bmiarded.New some were better than others Emaauel seat i personal telegram of Altar the bodies of the dead Indiana has no Idea but what.tile plans now -

Tetra Is but on the whole the concert was congratulations-to!to the young ruler ea had hews removed from the wreck and under noo tw*pi atlitQ. wilt mnterlalls. Present aad Participate.Tb .

far above the' average. Among th. his narrow escape. laid .along th* track tile uninjured returned bat In the event of a failure, he Individually -
number rendered none were better Pop Plus .xelal..... "Poor misguided and led by Chief Iron Tan solemnly .
wm bar th land and build
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than the TarenteUe for two pianos by soul There to not an excuse eLuted the Indian "Dead aoog." Ii I

York April 7.-A Herat dispatch Misses Yarborough and Canova. tile for their crime.: Anton th. dead are Chiefs Killhead club house and doc> .'''aad make a resort friend of Senator Tallaferro sad

from Berlin says!'Ii report has violin solo by!; Mrs. Bush and the two Philip, bontail Tbomas'and' Com Laat.1 for visiting yachtsmen of Htm. Robert W. Davis bar decided ,
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I.. ill th* 1.IDerkaa'Aa..** inr piano solos by Miss Eva Yarborough COMPANY IS SOLVENT.Receiver I
J'ataDTDJare4 are Big Chief Whit Th. Commodore ha* secures aa opotIOII to organise a dash the of
purpose
there Oat Chlnl| -J tbS T*.p Itt These mothers were especially well tI
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Horse, lather. Standtag Bear and An- ,
upon the ite In view and also
of Car Maaafactar- .
Georgia which skill b
hrowing her M fa wtt* Japan.Th l received, and ;the performer roundly aJo Ooesse. to farther tile Interest,

Snit land defeat tor Russia, it Uaaiarua. applauded aa were all the other lag Company Reports. RaUroad, offldala the wrecked 01 a tract across: th* rock road which of both of these distinguished Dno- '** 4**
say
will b* th* atgaal for i tor- Those participating were Muses Beast -..... raaniag will b* mad Into a park la can th. crude eaadldate
minute late
ward ...-. by tH Oelestiaj Em- Fuller. Kate Pratt. Florence Hlg Savannah Ga April I-The report on train account was of th* fog twenty and was Mopped yachtsmen organization to perfected. Tboa who are favorable to the ..Uotioa -
of Receiver 1C P. Callahan of the '
.' Stalls or these two gsatlemea ar* requested -
Id 's- gins Budge, Eva Yarborongh. H win return her
by buck aignal; "train ahead. Th a October and win
Anita Cane.. Mildred White. Ruth Georgia Car Manufacturing Company, to attend the pretlnaary meet- .,
RUSSIANS DTDJO, 01r'WOUNDS.Reeetvd ma-. Jle Bowles. Addle Marvin filed la the United State court shows fast mall carrying no passengers at one begin tile erection of a winter Ing to be held at the Fair Building to I

Mildred ;Taylor Eleanor Screren. Miss that the plant of the tc=par to worth crashed into Us rear, crushing the ear hoots upon that part of the land be has morrow night .

by Japanese Shells *4 Bom- Clancy and Krs. J. O. Saxelby, assisted $28i.bf.1th liabilities against th. In whJef was the Indiana. elected for his ownj as* Th Roamer While It U known that a large maJority .

bsrdmeat .t Port Artbwr. by Professor Bush pianist and Mr*. concern of 1151.000 leaving'a surplus I { :DEED FILED. will possibly not be brought down until of the Democratic voters of this ,

to the stockholders and creditor of city are Davis and Tallaferro man. It U
IlL Petersburg.<. April 7.+A comapendent Bush violinist after tile house has been completed.THREESTORYBLOCK.
more than S92.BOA. The works, islnce 0.tII.. largest deed ever conveyed desirable that 'errr hooorabU effort
states \that ...,rl Bta'l...... -
January li' last when the receiver was tn this county was Bled In the should be pat forth toward seems that

who were slightly of wounded Port Aithtr.the have SotDazdment WADE JONES QUITS appointed, have. been operated (lat i. clerk** .t fflc* of thejelrcnlt court this those few who may be opposed are converted t "4 '

profit of about 1.000 a monthj and. morntaj4+,r as well a* that those favorable
the result of poisonous gases ? v
taaaatiag died aa from' JapuMe hell. i i there I* about 150.000 worth material, The Wd I* from the Boston and do DOt fail to qualify and go to; the e.:4 ;

on hand. ;The court granted a month's Florida' Atlantic Coast Land Co. to poll OB election day. :sIt
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adds that th
The corres poo< eat i
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evacuate time for a settlement with creditors, of the FtpHda East Coast Railway' Co. win be the purpose of this club

have determined to that piton tII.to' Unexpected and Unexplained If ... ..
; _beapltal s..e. Dataey -K .-. I. probably pay out and be rehabilitated. Inn of the a *: F. A. C. L. Co. In Dade I, .--,.. do wa.teeesproper ... <'. .. -
..ease R tkwT tUVHl* the News Wire! .
olth by county to the said F. E. C. Ry. Co. The I and Trust Company. to aid la securing a large Vot < .
tacaea to trnt to the humanity HOW PAPER COMBINE WORKS. .
deed cover seven typewritten page for thee two distinguished ...dlcJatell. s t .

Japanese. .!.(.j. .1- and the land I* described. by chains -- and DO other and It U hoped and desired .-.t
-- Newspaper Men Tell of the Imposition
WILL ENFORCE THE $LAW. sections, etc. the exact acreage not be- therefore that"all who are wining 6
Suffer.
H- ''i Candidate Ftr Seiatir Wte Had, a Cluck Washington They April (.-The resolu ing given In every plot though In one At Aaoal Meetkv fib G opaar I Vas to enlist under the banner of Bob Davis 1

GovernorUier Vardeana* .Agaia r. f $i. plot-Haltendato- ,000 acres are deed- for Governor and Jim Taliaferro for
Decides Withdraw r.
t-) Peat Ejmcblix' U rw don of Representative- Lllley. Instructing .1, ed. The amount of sale la placed at Decided to Erect (be BuUbx t This !'!: Senator no matter who they mar f.- i C;
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I "" I IJ. the Rau.Titusville ; the Secretary of Commerce" and IS, and other considerations.Other Summer. I TOT for county officers, will attend the _

... I deeds and filed meeting tomorrow nightAlready [
mill J Jn Labor to investigate the high: price paper todayare .
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> | and scarcity of new print paper and aa follows: I a lance number hire signed

Jrvi ...-." t will dive that aegro I. t'- I the cause which have produced these Deed L. D. Hancock to F. E. C. Ry. I:' the call for this meeting among whomare I,

trial rhis from Governor Va .temaa Fla. April e.=I have the '
Co.. for $80 aa undivided half interest following:
Letter
conditions was the subject of discussion patent have Just been lsme
its etteraoa la regard to Ibu aenItaldwia. withdrawn I'from the senatorial. race. before the Luc Committee on In section ZOo township 64, south of from Tallahassee the Incorporation I,IF. 8. Morse. J. A. Donald. r
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oho was tarried to flmter.Tallahatchl S'otlfy' all concerned. Judiciary range 41 east V. A. Rutherford L. B. Hill,

coanty under mlJltary: e.tat *- Waae ri..Ioa_ of the Dade County Title Insurance I C, T. MrCVimmoi
Don C. Sett;. of the New York Deed Baton end Florida Atlantic B. B. Tatum.I ,
:to prevent lynching today. ,1 i The above telegram came to the World and John Morris, business manager Coast Land Co. to F. E. C. Ry Co. for Company of }Miami Florida, with a I R.. H. Wharton. R. M. Smith!,

It Is not believed tile negro ta1 be ktlaml, Metropolis last night and laaccordance of the New York 'Times,, were f 1. out lot No. 7. Hallendale. paid jap capital of $:0,000. I Chas. F. Filer 8. L. Patterson,

mobbed. The Oovereor stated this!afr} with the wish ,'expressed heard.. Both' covered. practically the Warrantee deed. J. M. Carroll and A meeting of the stockholder of this H. F. Atkinson J. B. Reilly, .

ternoon that all was quiet.. at Banner.I ': herein by Mr. Jones It I* published for same ground In statements that the wife to John Splnk for ITS, south half company was held on Monday at the ,it{, E. Lun.mus M. F. HethrrlndoaJohn ,

I he Information of those concerned. International Paper Company had divided of lot 5, section e, township 49, south of office of,Patterson *: Erwin at which Sewell. F. \V. Hahn !

THE SWAY E CASE. I I'I I What could have possibly] occurred the United State between them range 43 east.Warrantee. te following officers were elected: G. A. Barnes. J. M. Burdi.... I

bring about the withdrawal of )lr.I la the CODtroa'of new print paper. The deed John F. Olive and Thos Costlgan.: resident Jss. Arnold R. C. M CO riff,

Washington. April 7.-The Hdus' I ones the Metropolis Is at a loss to International controlled all that section wife, to Dade County Title Insuranceand Edward Burke, first vice-pruildent Fred Dickenoo A. E. Heyser.F. '

ceeamlttee oa rules !,today decided L! t6' 'kndentand as be had the silted support east of the Indiana line and the I Trust' Co. for flOO an undivided John F. Olive second vicepresidentS. W. Douglas J. J. Haidee, I

have the case of Federal Judge $wa;net 'I' of both political factions la thisounty General Company the territory west of four-Cfths;i Interest In various Iota of L. Patterson ecretary-treaaurer. heater Granger L. 8. Clopton. I

1 Florida, go over until Deeembefjiri i and If ever a candidate had a that line. : and; Miami.Warrantee. The director: are: Thomas Costigan PI| lllendorff. E. a Douglas. !

i Judiciary committee' la the meaa-j ,i tlDell he4 certainly appeared. to have This combination. It .... testified deed 8. L. Patterson Edward Burke John F. Olive. 8. L. W. W. Erwin P. C. Clark I

Urn to take addltonal tostlmoay. (:, one. had raised the price of new paper : wife1': to Dade County Title aad//Patterson and W. W. Erwin. Ar C. Richards, J... T. Sander, t ,

: I -- during the last four year 114 a ton, and Trust ,Co. for 100., certain This company has purchased: two E L. White Thou. J. Harden. r I
DEATH: OF 8. A. ADAMS. i TOMATO MARKET GLUTTED. IoU Twelfth u- J. A. J.
i and during the past year as much as city jof Mlamlpatent on street the Metropolis Dane D. Gtrtman t I

Well Kaowa I|Florida Journalist j{Expire I There U something- of a glut la the $I ''Ii ton: It was selling paper la London Letter to Thomas F. Costlgaa. building on :hlcll.m be Cj Rooney, E. T. Bylngton, i
f Edward Burke John F. Olive W. W. erected a magnificent Trust Company Fred Hand Chas. Carroll.
jln JackMnrHlf. northern tomato market, and a* a result counting the freight: and insurance I
building work on which! la to begin W. W. Front P. C.
I Erwin and 8. L. Patterson constituting Bush I
8. A. Adam, on* of th< best kapwa jthe present prices are not holding at 30 per cent lea* than It did tali d. 4
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a corporation to be known as the Dade summer. be Rumph. Jr. f
tile died at his to the desired figure. and. It I 1. laNe. Tork. '
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three story brick and built W. H. Chlllll F
County Title Insurance and Trust Co. a Iron In Jr'r ; Challle I
Jaeboe..U1eta, afterMr. are rte fall still lower within the
home la ''kelJ : then!
with1 most modern of Frank
style architecture 'I. Budge
1" I RETURNED TO WORK. a capital stock of $30,000. The ;
few dVys.
sooa slat' ( I New York. April T.-BrtcklaCI'S aod said : corporation U chartered to acquire and completed la the best manner. On i--- .
The I
Adam was a natrrsj of!8.aaton.Tt prices, however will not'effect
laborers who returned towork her today buy and sell real. estate eta the. udlloor one room will be fitted TRIED TO RESCUE: PRINCESS. i
.,. and cam to Florida In 1IM locatMag tjhe hlpments as the crop are now
I after a strike of five weeks, estimate Letter patent to W. W. Blackmer, up ialth vaults and bank fixtures and --- ''I
at Peola. Orange county,j when beI marketable and must be shipped; theonly
t that they ;have sacrificed n mil- W. H. C. Ambrey. W. O. Carte and the! nper floors will be divided Into Berlin April 7.-Uattaslch. the former i i
I ta the printing business. Later: j effect being the snail profits to t
Ion and a half dollar tn wage George C. Stacey constituting a corporation ,offlqe roooms. The building will befitted lieutenant In the Austrian army .
the
be moved to Jacksonville and ent iged grower. '
Nearly. fifteen thousand workmen to be known as the Builders' with eb vators and all the up to1at4 whose Intrigue with the Prince Lou- '. t I I,
In newspaper work oa the Newsrler- There are many buyer for northern I '
were Involved nod the whole trouble I* Supply Co., with a capital of 110,000. appliances necessary to make it Im of Ooburg. eldest daughter of King i f j
bosses
&14. The following year he was el -teJ In the field but they only buy
tin lobe settled by arbitration, pending and authorised to buy and cell lumber he most perfect office building la the Leopold of Belgium caused her her i
Secretary of th* Sub-Tropical Exposition n their house have demand Inbmej 1
which the men wll not be asked to aad other material. city band Prince Philip of Coburg. to have i I 1 t
which position! he heldj la a sat- few jlnitaace* entire crop have
work overtime. Warrantee deed Mary Brickell and T il I. company is organized primarilyas her detained In a private asylum for f
factory manner. During the y low been,purebaeed: but the general boilIs -
I Large builders express the belief that husband to Charlotte U. Tiffany for i Title Insurance Company and has the Insane at Coewig. Saxony made ":
fever epidemic ta 1S8S Mr. Mama was nee: baying according to the market
and I this Will be the busiest season In the 1300. twenty acre tn section le. town- l1.d purchased the books of the an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the :
tile only general press eorr.aposdeut demands, the price varies from
Dadk!
chip 4J, south of range 41 east county Abstract Company ands Princes several days ago. Mattasleh I
la that city aod kept tile outside. orld day to day. .
SUITS FOR DAMAGE. I s lng business In the way of making arrived at Coswlg In aa automobile ,M
Informed oa tbs .condition*[exto Jag. Th* crop! la now at Its beet and;willcontinue .
of land titles guaranteeing
FOR SELLING LIQUOR. i ibstjracts and from Berlin, expecting the o -operatlonof
When the Florida Citizen was e tab- large for several ...1IIret.: Two suite for damage were filed inthe r kame.Itj .
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I a restaurant keeper, whom ... had
IlihH la IllS Mr. Adam wad! mad Its The prevailing price are naturally d.prsssisg .- clerk's office of the I
circuit court An Information will
was filed by Assistant bur, iioprnv. !' ')!. lease and Initiated Into the plan; bud the latter
editor and held the position for .. to) the shipper, but their this .
city are mor lug United State District Attorney loan on real estate, handle trust funds told other person, through: whom the
two year Since then be has!eond acted hope.* 'pf a recovery and rale Aa overstock W. H. Follett. through his attorneys, R. P. Marks yesterday against William sad'ado aa and all things pertaining tyo physician In charge of the asylum was

th* Adam Frees Sanaa I baud rep- of green trait to said to b* ;'on* Worley and Seymour, sues E. N. Dim- ,....* 'aad, Jesse Williams, charging I ,land: matter The company own eontldersble Informed of the facts In the'case. After

reseated ta that city aearlv all thepremlaest at theieausm of tile present low prices. kk for $20.000 alleging trespass on the them with violating' =uoa BU of the real estate now and already waiting for several days In the vicinity I

paper of the country. The I eue. Revised Statute of' th tarries In Its .
United State surplus
account 112.000 to see It the Princess took a .dally drive -
t jtoar jean he has been eouautad4th J- Doat trust the man whose horse This suit grow out of the arrest sod by carrying on: th* business of retail tbov. Its capital stork of 130.000.Th Mattasich concluded at the attempt

U* Natloaal Bank of JackaoBTina.. feartklm. acquittal of Follett on U chart of. liquor dealers without Ant having organization and successful conduct was useless now. for the Prince
ma
hkl po tSoll..kowever. did! not, Interfere j-: +Dont Imagine a thing to "... *Uspie" arson--........ Mr. Dimlck** ,... paid Internal revenue license toe.Th of the affair of this company win :nowhere risible. *

with his press work.B ._-1! .- I because yon think say discs at Palm Beach Jut November. me* are now ta jail at Miami sean much for Miami and Dad eoua- I XattaaldaS la a book
.. to survived by a wife and two ,-Don't shun the truth uader Th. other i
; aaydrenmctaace. CM to Instituted by th. where they have been serving a term ty and'tbd people are to be eongratatated ,which was recently published la VIaa.
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held '
daaghten. Th funeral .. same attorney on behalf of Ella de under sentence of the State court They upon the addition of this apleadldPU1' his Inflexible purpose to liberate
Jackcoarlll tato afteraooa. Deceased -Doal trust ..1.person who cannot Pap ... C. L Cralgem for '
trespaa on win b* either brought her for trial or as aa addition to Its numertrong the Princes from what he regard

wa Sfty.oa* year of- ate.i I .wta I the love of a ehM.. t th* case and claiming tS.OO damages taken.to Key West.-Tlmea-Ualoa. financial Institutions. .her unjust captivity. i
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GENERAL DIKICTOBTTATEOiriUKlut. Abernetby. J. C. King. H. tlLutamna. Ho. T74 NOTICE. I i For Best Meats and Choicest ., Poultry .
Aahby K.Atk.twu. J. E. Report of the CoadltMi I I
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H. F. LaSalle, 4 L.LeCer. -o I 1 .> GO TO .>
t.r'Aflr-1f.1I Jerama.t4eret.r.481wk Notice Is hereby given that the unI 1

I luasruder 4....-....H.t. C.:vruum Cr..lor J. Uro Uuh..n.V f C. M. McDonald.. C. D.J. A. THE f CRT DALLAS MTKM BANK i iI j I I dersigned Intend to apply to the Hon. : C. H. Raulerson & Co's. !.

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ry.1w..lwralA.. k. 8'blll.loI.I. Burdine. W. M. Maynard. W. t.. i A f MIAMI
I... .+ul..drw uf fublk. --....- N m li) mgton. E. T. Merrltt. Z. T. In the State of Florida at toe 'close Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial

c-._ oJ 4*#uftunr-n. Y. )Ic LIU Brd>', L. Muller, G. ; of Business March i 8. 1904. Circuit of Florida within and for Dade 10'th Street anti A.ve. D.

I Aaiuuuer Boud al Irnrtcr' -*4 lulrrlul C i K. rudr Inpruomrul' Bailey, B M. :\I.u.. ''.*... H. I county, for said Judge'a approval of : 1 4 4i

'1 rend-Tbe4erereur'ltl.rney w....c.> >t..<
Swrd.?,. of V.............-Ike Ou,rraur. %e. It" Brawler G. D. Moore. T. V. I Loans and discounts ... .. ..1163.91i5' I II i. upon Monday, the Uth day of April.
I'lazy al tMf. ALWruryLr0errt. t nrwnl. sou Burdlne. J. M. McDonald W. H.Daeku. j Overdrafts, secured and unsecured i :,, A. D. 1901. at Titusville. Florida. I and Western Meats.
a..arIrMrdcal.4 R S. a r.lrurtlw..tard.4
ewe I..tlt.uttt.s. 1w ...uerruwuMrreiary .. F. W. McKlnnon G. A.. .. .. .. ... ". .. .:!SO.IS Dated this 10th day of March A. D.
...... Auuf iH-y N 1k&Ir. Tir DIackman. E. V. Nelson, Edwin :', ; April. 1896.Wilson's ..
LCUa.alla.r.rrr.4. .,._.ID'. and 1..petb 1:. S. Bonds to secure clrI i I 1904.:

j ....oardul...1... fuMtr...........In.-11.*!"**lto.n.. .-.. C...rrtar Chaille W. H. Peck. R.W.J.W.Cbutbam. I culation. .... .. .. ... 25.0110.03C. C. L. F. ROBINSON I II --

... -... 11041..1.1lrral, | and liMuiuiui' Cohen. I. Prout. 1 S. Bonds tp secure C. S.I 1 'I'. M. LEONARD.J. ,I
at Aarirudu.e.statlCMealaLlir'. J Pattenon. S. 1.
K.M. J. H. ;1 deposits. .. ... ; ........ 40,00000 F. OLIVE. :
J. A. Pan-fob. Allan R. -
!! OCPYEME(7utaTJI'LoEl Conrad. L:. S. Bonds on hand 1X.<)00.00 B. A. HART NoyeltyU
Crosiand. J. G. Rhodes. R W. I .
.l-'b..Ji..h Premiums on U. S.| bonds. (,OC*.54 CHAS. H. GARTHSIDE.
L I. T.yIur Clark. P. C. Rose. C. JRellly ,
..- A_.-a'rJu.ure.r. etc .
t. K.'.a. r Stocks. securities, 5000.00 ,
M. )I.....,. A__ lusts.twaanuf.Uoa. Drake. Gaston J. B. I 3
,01 tie tale 010.1., Banking house urnlture CHARTER.The .
t.auy. .._ Douglu. E. B. Rush. Dr. W. B.Doro. U now In operation and ready to receive -
M Mupmu.. Cw''t.JaMT .- Wuukd.I. add I' and IIlturu .... . .. n,21U.3 I II' undersigned persons. C. L. F. *
IJ wr. rl J. K. Rumph. Edw.Raulersun orders x
I I' Due from Nation bunks I II Robinson. T. M. Leonard. J. F. Olive.E.
l. ... .JtUTO&1i. Erwln. W. W. C. H. FOR ANTTUIN'O IN 4
tll) ... A. Hart and Cbas. H. Garthstde.
c (Dot reserve age 18.399.461I
c1Cr..h.:... 1'. T...........'... Jark.w41IkH. : Enloe. Dr. GFrissell. Rumph. Geo. I WOOD NOVELTIES. 1
.. .l.pbra. a. YalaMy.renaouaC. G. C. Safford L. BSewell. Due from State b Dka and I ; hereby asuoclate themselves together Window and door screens, window i 1)

I bankers .. .. .. 25.41 for the of becoming incorporated /
:. d. CuiukS'8.8 Flanagan R. S. E. G. I purpose and dor frames,, store fixture, stair .

pjrM Dulrtrt 'Inubm.tat IM Cart tua.tl Frederick. J. S. gaxelby J. G. : Due from approve reserve under chapter 4898 of the Acts work inside trimming of all kinds.. .;

Bn. Hobcw, ltatu.ralaika.1aanaa Fnuil. J. 8.'Gerlack. fiulraer. C. F. agents .. .. .. . . of A. D. 19>n. of the Laws of Florida. .

'''*.* Utirtei-Uuit. a, H. epart aanS. I A. P. Smith. Julius Check. and nth. cub 19,159.99 I The following Is the proposed charter R. S. WilSON; j

: a.uLIIIIAlIl"X.I. lu.al.I I II Glrtman. Jame Stoneman. F. B. Items .. .. .. ...... for the Intended' .society and club: CONTRACTOR: AND BUILDER. ;
I
l
I I Gotpfh. C o. R. Sulxer. A. E. N..... of other. ationalbeik. Article 1. The name of the society

JA .. Brawl*, Key w..i. Ckslraiaa.. Gantier. T. N. Shanahaa. M. !! .. .. .. ... .. .1383.00Fr'tional be Miami Con Puns ... !''PJlClncann. -
Burr. Ltttlc au.... I and club shall Club
.JL 11_J....... : Graham. s. Sewell Joha paper currency with principal office at Miami, Dade r ;
E.Ha C..da.uanrn 0..11.-gild ..III.... 0 DM Board s : Carthside. C. H. Seymour. R. H. Dlrkela and cent .. .. ... ..9UO Florida. I
county.
Ta ,af r I l GramllnK.: J. C. SawteUa. J. P. Lawful mosey r e la Article 2. The general nature of the Are You Going to Build ? ;

U.I .COIlllI8tlIOUa. I Gallatt. F. ,Shaw H. B. Bank, vii: I I8pecle. 'J
object of the corporation society and
Jaks .. s>HI MlaaU.SEXATua f GanUer R. B. Taylor R. R. .... .. .. ,727.90 '
I club shall be the development and perfection If II need material of 4
so, or building :
Ortfflng. A. If. Tnmage. JL Legal tender D 7,250.00 i you ann.)
Urn pISTBKTlaa of skill on the part of the club'smembers
kind should fail seer:
Glrtman. W. H. ,'Tatnm.. B. B. U17.9O you not to
.. C gakradag. ._... D.4 C said eafins. ) I In the art of wing and trapshooting ,
I! Hare. J. H. Tatar J. B. Red-mpt on fund tb U. S,
L N. IiImIrk. Pair ........ -- and also the entertainment ,
,1 !1Hill. LE.. Treasurer (I pt" cent of

V4DR CntTKTT BCPKtSEXTATirt.DAOg' !: I Hunter 7. G. Watson C. H. circulation .. .. ......... 1':50.00 of dubs of similar kind and of members

w shsa .. ills hi...... I Hill William Whorton, F. H. .of such clubs la friendly contestsof J. A. McDonald & Co.

I ;' COCXTT ''wrriCIKAcvulf < Hetherlngtoa. 1C. F.White. E.: Uj I Total .. .. ...S390.lfII.15 skill In wine and trap shooting; and

I Jdt-AUrs E.Urjrwf. Miami. j Hejner. A. E.: Wall. T. A. LlABI IES. also the giving of prize to persons ,

I _ro,sty..Atara.y-J u..1&C..rt T..0..4era.. I eu..d.r.4 MIa.L l4...*. I Hall W. W. Whaler H. T. Capital stock paid ia ......100000.00 competing In contests of skill at wing Dealers' In Lr.Dter. Laths. ...flew. Xe..Mlaf Caala**. Erick USM.I .
t-c. I.--.c-alll 4..e.. Hahn. F. W. W rle,. O. A.WUsoc. and trap shooting. Casaaat.;: Planter, Hair Etc.
I .
.......... Mla.t I Sulphlll fund ... ..... 2,000.0/
atKt-Juas I Hughes W. D. J. LWoodwortk. Article a. All member of this club Yards aM OSV.A..... D sad I U Hsraat.POWERS' .
Undivided prollU. less expenses -
I :sf sae.-h.a ".II..s-. ('-I II I Horner J. W. J. r shall be gentlemen of at least twenty .. -- -- ---- ='
-.r tsr. and tax paid.... 1,569.12Natlollal
.-...I Tkxe.t.rles.kMigal.. i I Jones M. E. :Wilson R. S. Bank one years of age and shall be admittedto
I n tea outstanding -
G. U.
dup.fate.4e.t ore P.184.4 Isatran :: Kolb. A. J. Xlmanlea.. C. L. membership la sId club by a majority MEAT MARKET
w-.T. ,, ...< .. .. ..:...... :S,000.M1J
ta Mrrrttt.Bursa J ,
f shard .. Const V.r.ln.rnt-Gees. W i I 1, The Bjrnum Houae, formerly the Tare to other Nat ai Banks U90.1 vote of the Executive Committeeof t
esck I.a
I 1/''I/ LoII--.C---.III.. a< ,. Jn..M.r. H, K. MeUoaakl.Palai ruUoc: 1 1Ma I i: Telford House at White Spring, was Due to State tks andbunker this club.
> *...aVXlaa. >i: .. A. IMrkrr. C avaut < for this Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork.
Article 4. The term which I
.C Ufcarbura. Clack .... iadlUr -I II burned' at t o'clock Saturday night, I .. .......... 1t5.i7I
4- ::1 I hi:. ; .' I It and the hotel and jmoat of the furniture I to trust com ales and club Is to exist ls twenty-five yean.Article Sausage Hams, Poultry, etc. i .


codxr oJ BEVE.XTH JCDICUI 5. The and residences tmi At EMfE 8. XIAJII. ILDBIDA.FFEDK. '
I crtrrrr were lost The hotel was run by savings banks .. ..... 1IiOO.00 names

: ClkCClT.tbaa .. I J. W. Byaum. formerly of Alacbua Individual deposits subject to of the subscribers are .. follows: :
'f. tst Jaiige -Miaar* Jonas.Tuaavllte; I and well known throughout this sec check . .... .117.797.1 T. M. Leonard, residing at Rouse's
1'I' Jkl''''',-. D. .......orlaH. Demand eertlticat of S. MORSE
d&- Point
_. j jI
/lark.. e8-P. C D..rbn a. I Iit tion.The ,
Oa, TIOICireooIC Cwrt_vcaa*.vu Pirast origin of the fire Is not known posit .. .. ... ...... 1.117.50Time Charles H. Garthslde. residing at
>aa>. >linriana"11I_., la $<<........... .f I ,
.,.e.m T..'... rtrat MoaJat aftvr Faarti ''I, but it caught In the kitchen or dining eertlftcatea delOlllt 2! 100.00 Miami Fla.
l. ...aJaT. !. prlj. : checks .. ... .. a- 300.0' REAL
room. Certified' E. A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island.J. ESTATE
.
DADE COfMT COflT j jCaaaty ,The alarm was given by the Hamil United ,States de IU.... ''{0.000.0' F. Olive, residing at New York.
a Jaile*-Allea' E. Hrrwv. maiL
A Tim niUui .......,'-., T. r..de.. Mla' lL 'It' I ton's night watchman.. Just across the C. 1. F. Robinson residing at Newport. i '

11 tatcff Terat-Jtrat. !II..., la Ja.nary.. street, and for a time It was thoughtthat Total .. .. ..k. .....$ %.,.O.c 3.State R. I.
wrens T.-tlrst. IIft114a la Aretl.kL !! 4. 4m_ up stairs Cor. A".. C aDd IS tb St.
.
-ar- McTria-nntMoaaaviaJaly > this hotel would .catch but as of Floridaa Dt1 of .Dade. a Article C. The business of this corporation '
<< Tnm-TiT III".., ta Urtotwr. \ '
.;. ; TO. (! there was no wind the heroic work of I. Ceo. R. Con ph. CaahJer'of tie 'I shall be conducted' by an Dade Co. Florida. ;
.Lo\ >OrriCB.GAIXIMVILLI.B. ; I Miarpi. .
r.a. the
I Hamilton employees, who kept the above-named ban do solemnly swearat Executive. Committee of five members -
a Chsbaj BeeHwrW i hotel and annex vader a constant the above sta ement II tnit to tk4
.g.II IoI.Wl- i 1 -a president a vice-president
'J'/ I i' stream of water from the hotel water- nest of my know Ice and helf.|
CY pl'; DtaLC qPT. I Ilor secretary i and treasurer. The offices

1-. ..."....ttMM.r AmwC ..... 7l" .tra>*4rrvaia works: finally saved the property. I GEO. R. OOMPH Cashier. I of secretary and: treasurer shall be LARGEST STOCK<< -
.. ..... avMlils at II .
W. *evrfy ? .Vtorla I Mr. Bynum had no Insurance on the Corre-t Attest: 1
a***.. iMwoi M IS .HTk: HPtM r.."* filed by one and the same person.
"= P,..y**. fata* .. f s M. Pram SM tia....t. furniture and only the furnlshiiigi WU. XBROEDWARD VN. i I .
... T *> aBaneonlUkllrU The names of the officer and mem-
w. .1 ht at : '
l'" .. *SMIU *j W.E.ilvuTMi.PaMar.1 from lower floors !Were saved' The L. 'P:..DT I ben of the Executive Committee who Fancy Grocerid; FRUITS

tit' kn-AL. iwrvs. u..rr ,Ave building was fully ;;Insured by W. B. FRANK T. B DGE
r..r..4 kmup. .. ...--Prayer ..dins N'rds.ta I I are to conduct the; business of the cor- Grain Feed and Fertilizers. FRESH VEGETABLES
'f' ... .. Telford. the owner Directors Hay
.,M7 P.Met aa .., 0rb.c .1 .... poratica until those elected at the first ,
r-.....'... 'IJ ..... gpeer'A 1-"" ." $0*i p I J. W. Bvnum way seriously burned' If p0T1bed and worn to before me 1
... pr'.ur1' A. Ft W1P .' election shall be qualified are: C. L.
.4 'jal11.Po..C. **"'. while trying to aavq the house baring \hs! *nd day of April. 1904. I Robinson, president; Chas. H. F'j Yachting Trade a Specialty

t.C: ... L<" .w C Sal It'ksa { rushed into the dining room with a s. 1+' PATTERSON. ;
t' rn.ma..lllaH"c> a. m Hus4i 45ewsd side vice-president; J. F. Olive, secretary -
A a..... iiiaa..n at ,,.' p ,.. bucket of water and unconsciously Notary Public.
.. ..- I I" .. and treasurer and E._A- Hart T. E. & Co.
.C..rtA l/4e W p a h.ut co.rd# the door after him. The smoke Lt Brady
Leak., p a ...tnm M edaeflaadwk. M. Leonard, the Executive Committee
r' .a : r1Q..H, trrlrwir.U Minded him and being unable to find POUTiqAL CHAT. I 1 I .
said club.
i. Mvm, rr. of
the door for some time became confused -
Tallin 'lir...M. E. Await B .. .
and burned. At this :
." .M(>- aI ( Pnrrr. U' *'.......11; SanoayH' was badly Tilisferro. who Is w candidate for r*- 4.Car. '
; awal H .,.. J"t W.4ma. time it Is not poxsfble to say how serious meeting of the members of this club Phone .
a>, atu r ''*'*. .wy ere dectlon and Congressman' Robert W. ; ''the
r --u-5 i_ g'l"It..r. third 110'004.,sa, he Is injured hay.. candidate for governor and (; shall be held on first Monday in e. :c arid. TW@lft: Sti
&... "". ) Fourth. atat (:Aso The l the hoiixe. about January A. D. 1905.. In the city of1
was .
N 1IHt...
B.PciLa
,
e -- s .' others, will speak In Starke Thursday.
$?.5'.i: on the furniture. a'jout 11.000.. Miami. Florida, at the Seminole Club, ,
.d .
T IJtk VT-n end A..nw. Afkrt- April 7th. It Is preramed that the, other | '
--I. <*v--.5... ...,.....Ine sill.' It Is not known whether the hotel : and thereafter on!! the first Monday in
I .van,af 11\! t candidates for I'nlted States !Senator I
'' 1' y .... ...."' .. .IA.11 ...... '..l..,. sill be rebuilt or not.aln..l1IeSun. and governor will be present but the January of each and every year. 1 -i.(1) F. W. HAHN'

;- rs'r5' *''l..*... r"nln ..e, _. a1 )Jr.f Article 7. Die By-Lams of this cor-
.
Telegraph hw df finite Infortnatloi
0r.I tTT*'..$' ...*.,a lyr and Rey gtr..ta not ,
.. imratlon are to be made altered' or reMinded -
i p !71n" '4a5. on that point. These dl tlnpil!..bed |

ylfr MlJirot f JW BOARD or TRADE. A GREAT SFXSVriOX. gentlemen should have a bf'&rtfrom: by a two-thirds vote of the R. AaohSt.et a ls3 Jau114 t tI

f .I / : the democrats of this section and it Ii i iif members of this ;corporation In good now have la my employ one of the'
Vllllam M 18re.....
standing at the time of the passage of ; ties draftsman In the South sad Mi':
\ /efPnvMent.t4 ., tV.. Moor*. There u a big sensation m Lees'villa. i hoped that a large crowd will meethere + 1

.i', l.aend .-Pre d_t. ;|J. II:. Lum..... Ind mhen W. H.:Brown of that next Thursday. .-Brodford Coun y %nr by-law better prepared than ever for furnish.

__,.ta> ,.jE. V. Blackmail.Traaaur I | place who was ex,
r.j B. B. Tatnm.inl .J I I his life saved by Dr. King's New Dis- > In the matter of voting for a State or liability to which this 8 iniu. fine cabinet work etc. :
.. '_ w. ) Brown
t G -
,. V MT i *.| J.i KUimmurn.or A1( E. [Heywt ''n .ery 'for Consumption. lIe writes: I Snperip'-endent of Public Instruction 'orporatlon shall at any time subject a. I am now headquarter for turned' ;

think the people of the Stale should I' Itself shall never be greater than two- work scroll sawing and all work >
J. B rtlly. r.Y.. H.It,. W. W. [ 'I endured insufferable agonies from we u-:

I tolU. Joi 4( B>v.U. 'I j Axthma. but your New Discovery' gaveI I make their choice solely upon the qualifications : thirds of the value of the property ofhe ,! '1.11, done In a first class planing BJU.J
I
.T.w 'TIDING .COMMITTEES. I IW I me Immediate relief and 'soon of the two candidates and" corporation. I Send me your order for door a ands
.... R Patterson. $ L: .e..1 1
aN' after effected' a complete cure" Dot be drawn aside by a discussion of window frames, ballostrra. brkcketa,
value of the
tto-"...... n mva T.: Sjrm iir; B. H.: Article t. The amount In 1 t :

-r. e X-. lar cures of consumption, pneumonia, Bookrr Washington or any other "nig real estate la fee simple, or any leasehold CO He., and be convinced.vflAMI..
i
ItRlliQI A-B ilry. BM.: Backuo. T. bronchitis and grip are DUmf'roll"l cPr.We all know that neither )lr. ;f estate, which the corporation may t FI.A

W. Halt $t. \\ .: |K>.* C. I.; Fr d rtck.JHKALT I It's the peerless remedy' for all throat I Shoats nor Mr. Hollowav ,believe In ) told subject always to the approval .

I I and lung l-oubl.-s. Price 5I1t' and $1.00. the social equality of the 'races, andj I .
JJ' tj I AXD'rraut. gANITAIlT-Jsc along if the Circuit Judge shall not be over '
Trial we should not allow charges !: '
all
W. W. Enlo*. Ull1 -,, Gn..ntby druggists.
M Jr : : be sum of I2.SW.C. .
i t : -I -. *.: Kln.. H. M.JAND bottle free.' that line to blind us to the real !Issues. i

I 1 KIVRRIffcaa. MARB-. n8-Oar-.h...M.. dw What we need' to do .. to choose the L. F. ROBINSON J. A. RobbinsCo4:
T. M LEONARD
.
H. J\u"'r E4var4. C; ht. man who Is capable of giving the jbn I ,

Ithaaahaa M. Mini Irene Butt of Montkello. has j jbeen 1 service In the upbuilding of1o I >ir pal lie J. F. OUVE.
:to( *>An AND 'FltETOHTte- E. A. HART
F. L: Lull<<. C P.; Lammus.WmJ appointed sponsor to represent' school! systemBrodfard Cifnnly.Telr-I :l3arn.ess an.c1 Oarr1.aseDepos1'tory.

{:.: { W.. MctxwaM. J. A. the Florida division of CAmff'd..ra"l' grap1.. IlI'.11: > ': j I CHAS. H. GARTRSIDE. I Ii

ARt( K- T.; Cheat- Veterans at the reunion at Nashville, Editor SeUer. of the High i .

lirw t.f -Ea--BY81t.a. K;: Oaufav. T.Xtamfclea. Tenn. In June and Miss Mary Strobhar i Spiings. STATE OF FLORIDA is remembered aft
C. i Hornet .a his own
'f[ ..31t1 LTt.RE.r IrA R......_.. E. T.; of Gainesville has been appointed #. pa. .. t s r jbe ; j-i' COl"\iY.OF DADE: .
I
M' r 8.; Tatum. J. Hi: OrKKng. A, maid-of-honor for the division. Both Alachua countv candldHePie'cat' '! On thin day personally' appeared bei i| forgotten.

: Pom, I. K. j of these young ladles are popular In ; dldates that have thus fe* .", .01''>.....4 fore me C. L. F. Robinson T. M. Leon-'

i rl'BLI BIrI1.MNGa-Horner.r RHly. a: Bewail J TT.; Florida social circles and will grace |i i t Al erwa e" i .!'e" '". i I -1 -rd. J. F. Olive E. A.. Hart and Cbs.I. .. Quaity Makes the Bargain. ,

:. ru4s. : most a-ptably these positions to Oarthslde. to roe well known aa theeroons
i....; W Jrr. H; T. |t 1 '>f utleiBen. T1of'Yre [In'l !'oj' me
MAMlTf\ ( 'RitA-flislll. Ota- c.: which they have been ..ppoClltf'dOral. .- their wav-beating neither1: inrr. mu described In. and who subnhed 41S. 'I'w.t-h Stt '.t D Ct..mt. a..." .

II....... T.I. V.; C. .rad ,J. A.: Rhodes R BonnerI I livery stables: -which h an loiv'oTetnent .. their names to and executed

.. : rc.IJ1r t, B. I the last for he articles of
on ""M- foreco'ng Incorporation
JWtr TIONABwdit.4." "'" W. )(-$ I _*..wth .f tie ;;.... .I.
GasUr.U Rsmuad B. .lId aotb. plus the im'lt.lI'l uf Old ts and for article of Incorporation of CentrallyLocatesE.A.POKSELL
W. According to a Dubllm scientist who
L.psik ; j 11I..selby,. { O; Pmth.J.n has spent roawlderable time U aaaklag Virginia .cheroots. Hov+...... l.u) the Miami Gun Club and did severally I The

"" / F'of, I I II the least of It.' If there U rl....
-a 'a. r 'III. attesasrv r....latlcMo.. a aaaa'sbeard a kno..lf'dn' that they executed the -
stlOllATIOi+BlB s: a a .. K V.
yarn.' r. L Ta|... ... a;. Dorn. J. K,. grows on an average about 1..1. I 1 I rcrew among them we h-ivj act fuua. came for the purposes and uses! therein
40, : millimeters a week. At this rate It I It oat yet-Tlniea-r|) : .:pressed.In PROPRI rrtai-*

-; ,Wvsev ElIo'TSRTAINJiI.. J. W. ,...... 1- 11. W..; would lacre.> In length about ]< ... I Wltnen Whereof I have hereunto

fiadb H. C.* _.......,., C.: RaIn,. meters every birar. and thus. at the .u.j .et my hand and official seal this Pioneer e
..
of M a ran who had .ever.kavd Va.kl. .. '
t 8.: ..... JnkaAt W7 ....
.11I-1.-1&; at at-I'". equipped with a beard about ft feet I erenteenth day of March JL D. 104. I
,,...... It ... bee eetlmated. by. aa expert la

m..J F..8 2 aslatt s'ea'; : BlrP--. In length.. -- ...employ of the 110""' ...at that spy, L. A. MITCHELL. RATES $j oo TO $j.so PER 1AY

s.V.f ftrlt f"'" .. Fdt11'lbat'stlltlsMr *t'I'I. nltaral"I....". rvdarea UM asaiWraf Notary Public Notary'publlnBest

'. ,.. nawtaar If the sew noset lent carefal.aay*ta* sass employed !. 4o a give. aatoui at. He. telCorner A\ennc B and nth strut

i :1s. j 1. t111 Ilra r lallalrlls. Chicago Trl...... It .. likely la g tore ae-tblr. where raa.faet.rtag maenis.ry -f My Comausaloa Expire.* January S.IX O 1.

.Area, Y. L JI la.kasr. J. )I. J1. of Ha ... Hums tails eataagte la the eedsces use ......, is -... *. I IJ MIAMI. FLA._

. ...... .Y. ILlt I a: A. I. haaale of.the great dipper titia f

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approaching Democratic primary election. CHAMPION OF DOWNTRODDENSometime .


1TtIC professions OFFICIAL CALL FOR- PRIMARY ELECTION. j I.| CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. j:.| Miami. Flsv H. F. ATKINSON. About the So-Styled" Champion -



Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held ,:May Dally Announcements sad weekly will Metropolis to aa-te41a for lea delIs the FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.I -of Labor.

... -or la either odltioa for Ivo oollai I From the New York I' 1
10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County.Notice Candida for County Cotamlssleneraad I Telegram I
hereby announce myself a* a candidate -
members ., the school hoard will k-. The Hon. William Randolph Hearst
charged _wt those SBMUB
Qmtbets.oss= stn 31 w tz A. aasMseossoat Inserted watt pal strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the J morning to spend the Easter holidays

U hereby given that then Zfth day of April., JOt, at which: time support of the voters la said district with his Presidential
Ii ,Boom At'
ATTORNEYS AT |LAW.mUiiasHsslnsne will be a Democratic primary' election they wul be closed. d. William s. HilL
o'clock he .
p. m. appeared at kaa4-
___sal relish held la the various precincts ot Dade The registration book will not be FOR COCNTT TRKAJTJXDLTe I quarters '

/MsIs1lrsmlalataad. erisettsfMiami. county. Florida, on May 10. 1)04. and reopened for the second prlmaryi' ;election. -
., Dade
the Pemoerade Voters Owe I hereby announce myself a candidate -,, The Friend of Labor and Champion,
lidmt. TIWa on Jane 7. 1904. for the pnrpOM of ty. Florida: th'IPMee I
.stc Fla. for re-election as Justice of of the Dowatrod is established for
qty nominating the following officer: All person may register' who are I hereby am ounce myself a esadldat AlII
in this the 10th district
purpose of promotion; and publicity
.,
I for is diction ta the offlee Tisssursiof
1 Representative la Congress Second citizens, whether they have paid their ;
serving In this I i II. '
am now capacity
the
Dade County Florida subject to twin costliest suite at the Hoffman
p. T. SX1.G08. M. D., Congressional District poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote
of majority ., the Pmoersdr would appreciate an endorsement la I House. There are three rooms on the

Mos. with .*. Cross rharaucy.amUiets 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the unless their poll taxes which may be voters, as will be sjmrssssil la the Dost accordance with the Democratic prinirlples 1 Broadway side looking: out upon Ms3laon -

Ktaatreo full term of six *RAUT.TRSON*. ..*. of returning .)r a second terman I Square where of, a bright dar.

earner O Justices of the Court law.
Supreme Incumbent who has satlsfartorlly that has
dw Miami Fla. I now spring begun to declare
VTAMT FLORIDA. 1 Governor. POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. filled the offlee. herself various of the Dowatrod maybe

1 Secretary of State. Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and A. E. HET8XR.Caadldato. d John C. Gramling seen sleeping It off on the benches.All

DL J. X. JACLSOH' n., 1 Attorney-General. 1903 I* a prerequisite to voting,at all I for I I of the benches command a view of

OFFICE: I 1 Comptroller. election this year. I I dw County Judge. the headquarters.There .

1 Treasurer- EXEMPTIONS.The THEOBLE"; METALS .:
HoTEL BitcAYHK BLOCK.AVE. D. are three apartments Tinenter
\ I IIIUJ 1 Superintendent of Public Instruc following conditions exempt FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. the middle room from the corridor ;

( FLORIDA. tion. persons from the payment of capita The many friends and supporter ot and are at once impressed with Its

J 1 Commissioner of Agriculture lion or poll taxes: the present members of the Board 01 Facts of Interest About Platinum democratic simplicity The furnitureis

QR- W. B. RUSH I 1 Railroad Colnmissloner. First-Any one who has lost a limb County Commissioners for Dad Palladium and Others. upholstered damask and the walls

'Phone M.Restdenoe. I 1 Adjutant-General. I In-battle. county have prevailed upon them to are hung with festoons of American
()fIlM JSHttb street,
10th Street and Avenue 1 State Chemist I s..Dd-ADr one who was U year* stand for re-election, and hereby present Talus, r._... aid OsioaMoo le. flags and portraits of William Ran-

8.'noee n-IRe 1 Judge of the Circuit Court. Seventh of age oa or before December 31. 1901; their .name, as follow: F. C of 1_. Bow _*.!. That dolph Hearst Roue-colored copies

MIAMI. FL Judicial Circuit Third-Any one becoming of age lit I Aicher. George W. Lalnhart, R. E Have r.mi lute Use for chase each other through tangles of

w. BAcrua 1 State Attorney Seventh Judicial yean old) on or after January 1. 1903, McDonald." John Sewell and L. A. Sol_<... r.rp..es.Dealing frescoed Dowers on the celling.
r. ,
..- '" Circuit I Fourth-Any one who had become a I Belcher to the ,voters at the Democratic Mr. Hearst entered this{severely simple -
.A -'
Mac 1 Prosecuting Attorney. resident of this State, and county x 'I primary of May 10, 19Ot.FOR with metals more prrrl >... apartment at :3 o'clock! and a group .
and Detail e
Speeifieatioa than gold writer in Chambers'
1 State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial or after January 1. 1903. a
..,
I Ifii Building of A:1: Kinds, Fine of statesmen who awaiting( his
Journal
Besidcnee a -iIl1t1. District If properly registered, any of the SHERIFF. says that OB the alopo* ol arrival arose to do h'm tctrise. The ,
the Ural mountains and in Hrazil.California .
brricc.UIL 1315; Avnlcuas'csAF" j 1 Member of the House of Repreeenta above can vote at all election, State Australia Canada aDd j I Champion of the Downing took in the 1

ly... and county, held this year without To the DomocraUe TOUTS. of Dado CouaTy. many other e..unlrifo.uliar sul>- bunch with a furtive eyejand. banding

( Ijpouoty Judge. paying any poll or capitation tax. Florida: t stance .known as nali. platinum la his hat to Mr. Farrelly and his coat to

x. ; I 1 Sheriff. .. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. I hereby announce myself a eaadldata found. This U an alloy of the metals Mr. Thomas took refuge Jin the throne
for re-election to the omee of Shut eft
Clerk;: of the Circuit Court Persons under the following conditions platinum palladium indium.oamium. room
;DENTIST. Dade County florid, sabjoet to the
1 County Assessor of Taxes. will be liable for one poll tax rhodium and rutheninmu together -
wfll of the majority of the Pomserad This latter ls a spacious chamber
s.ath .l weer M
o..wlW1. with .
A.D.- 1 Tax Collector. only for 1902 or 1903. a* the case maybe TOUTS ss will be musssid ta the Dot a little (< .101 and iron. opening out of the anted room to the
I All of these he Tsai m..-
MIAMI FLOIBDA.Ho 1 County Superintendent of Public In- : ocraUe primary t* JOHN to hold FROHOCK.May M. LaOw toned are "aublo"except uirtala. They du right It ls larger than the other and
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I struction. Any one who became 69 yean old not tarnish la the air. and are not fitted with more striking evidences of -

Seeker 1'Surveyor. during 1902 will be requlred,ia pay SI soluble la any single arid. Their democratic simplicity. Here the Champion :

e El E ETon 1 CtMnty Treasurer. for account of poD tax: for jthat year. I hereby aaaoanee myself as a candidate values per ounce are: Platinum. hears reports from' his COIIIIIUa1 _-
l
A J I County eom.I ...---.. Any one who may beeatne of age (21 for Sheriff: of Dade couaty .So.; palladium -.; uamlura. auus.; agents and receives delegations

win lad it to your iaterest Members of the County Board eC yean old) at any Urn daring 102 Florida, at the' next Demoeratte primary IrUlum. XSOa.; rhodium, eoOs-, 'sadruthealum. from the Dowatrod. There la a stout ,

to call OB me before imveatiaf Public Instruction. will be required to pay $1 for poll tax and ask; for the votes of mj metal ttuo. Tho malice must plentiful is and watchful person oa the door sad I
to, occurring platinum
raraiahed Real horses bargains and la real room atat};. 1' Justice of the Peace U and for Dts- lor the year 102. fellow Democrats and those who will that from which h takes its aaow.This It were easier. for a plutocrat to pass w I
teat
city and country. Insurance trleU' NOL 1. J, J, 4. I, C, T, a. a, Any one becoming a resident of this be qualified to ,becoMe voter at that metal is of a grayish color' and. through a aeedle' eye or Intobearedthan 1

collections, etc., attested taI( : Id. 11. U sad 13. State and county during 102 win be primary. I promise, If elected to faithfully with one exception is the hastiestsubetsnee for an outsider to cross this 1

F Lee a special license aatbonxiagaM 1 Constable U and for Districts Nee liable for the poll tax: for 102. perform the many duties of this 11.0.... Its fusingpoint threshold. f t I
I k oxtreaiely high. and this
to prepare all kinds legal traf 1. t. 3. 4.5. I, 7. .. t, 10. 11. IS WHO ARE: LIABLE: TO POLL TAXI' responsible' offlee. with property. Mr. Hearst wore yesterday the states i
its freedom'
together from larniihins -
of real estate Low fees.
Prompt ten attention. !. and 13. All male Inhabitant wto are 21 I I J. M. WILLIAMS. ;. ramira it to be largely used man's make-up, which he ha adopted I

CJ C. CARROLU 1 Presidential Elector yean of age sad wen under 55 yean Palm Beach Fla. fur the manufacture of crucibles soil since he set out to liberate the work- i I *,

Notary Public. 4 Delegates at Large to National Con I of age December 31. 190L I other vessels required by srsmtleta.I 1 Ingman from the coils of the octopnsT: {;:

m* AVID". VEAl MCan If. vention. I Any one !ecomlng a resident. of thisState J'QJt c&:KK aRCtnr COURT.I It U also omrtimm used as a substitute Frock coat black trousers slouch! hat i
.. osaoV for gold la and
siysstt photography
hereby announce a
string tie-he dressed the '
2 District Delegate and county prior to January 1. part perfectly
date for the .... of Civet of Ute Circuit when dep.Mite in a thin film on the -
B.e11ab1eGnot II Members at Large of State Committee. 190%, will be required to pay poll tax I Court of Dade County subject te Interior vf the tubes of telescopes It -

Ovttolsa.W.CMAYNARD.. for 1902 and 1903. :' the acts of the Dsisionmtle srlmary. formm a dead-black surface, which It Is comparatively easy to dress the

1 County Member of State Committee. If they become a resident after January -, dw E. L. WHITE. prevents the light fr..m being .... part of a statesman but not always so 'I I$wa

A**.D" Beat to rsoVOnteo.Caaut 1 Member National Committee. I 1, 190%, and before January LJ January iR 11M. fleeted. by the polikhed sides The easy to look aad act It. )Jr. Hearst U I j'
demand for .
{ iantily Ftttet 1 Supervisor of Registration. 1903, they ylll be required .' pay poll platinum largely exceedsthe coming out, but there are stilt a few- .
supply' : hen.the metal U
ltlrbl;:Qocts. iewelely'> t Member of Dade County Democratic I tax for 1903 only. t take this method W Inform the veton ly advancing m price. r..r'l trifling defects of nature to be overcome j.
.
t Executive Committee In and for Any one reaching their majority (II.: or Dmdo County that I wU be a esa Palladium n of a luclnms while t He ia one of the best-luoktac;: ,
to tto office of Clerkof '
dldato for roclocdoa
Predneu' No !. Z, S, 4. 5, 1,7,2. yean) on or after January L 190, will the circuit Court subject to the srtloe color. It i I" the moat easily fund. of,young men that ever mentioned himself .f .1

GEO. L. t, 10, 11. 12. I*. and 14. be subject to payment of roll tax.for ,of the Democratic primaries May hipromlslnc. the metal. found in platinum ore and for the Presidency but the dignity *"

arO EitlBKr f-I The rules governing said primaries 1903. If elected to perform the doI can elms .br tolutilLted. A curlouaj' not to lay the austerity of a real

shall be the same U those adopted by In all cases of exemption of a voter i I I ties of tile office la tile future, ss la tile quality which this metal ...-.... i I" |i statesman has been denied him. He U
............ "WlTUl r Laaaa a w i post to the Met ot my ability. I will that when heated to redness. it is a big six-foot plump fat aDd forty
:
Committee from of
Executive
Democratic poll he
payment taxes
the must
COCOANUT GROVE., FLA. : '''be arsurul to tbooo wto will favor m* porous to h>droren gas allowing III )Jr. Hemet
I received such visitors
at their meeting held at Jacksonville secure of supervisor of registration : with the r vot_ .to pa. thr.Miyrh somewhat in tUel many -

on January %2, 1904 for governing a certificate setting forth the fact that I I dw E. C. DEARBORN.I ..m.nl.nnrr: that bl..tli"1f |I..ner .permit -, In a day when the duties. pf statesmanship -

J. A- DANN. State primaries, so far as the same will inch voter I'I exempt. If the certificate : the iMM.Nigi* of water The hiltrry do nui detain him at the Capital ,
1 while color of They cone in from Texarkana.
.. be applicable to the county primaries I exempts the voter from payment of hereby announce srelf a candidate t 1..1I..lium aiut I;
t' 1, eta.....ae r rrd for tile office of Clark of the Circuit its freedom fr..m tartilohing render from from Knob Noal.r.from At
The assessment to be paid b1.the poll taxes for both yean .(1902 and I '1.i.ioq Miahawaka
I it n.efiil for .. di-I
.
...-ms Court for Dado County, subject to tile making .al. and and other ornters of
j jN
catrli Sm.Out, I various candidate shall be as follow: 1903). If properly registered he can approaching Democrat primary else niarku on seientifelo.tru-: political Influei if.e. bask for a'few' days

Representative! ...... ...... .. $15 00 then vote upon presenting to the Inspectors t\oD. ments. A mixture of tJiia metal with
In the nnfsmii lar radiance! of Broad- ,
51/1fiteSill. NAbHONEYItD .
.: Senator .......... .. .... ...... 15 00 j sni-h rorat of exemption.If / dw Z,, ,. MERRITT. mercury ia a..mrtimes ..-.., fur stole.

r Sheriff ........ ... .... ........ U 00 + the voter 1* subject U only one Buoaa Vita Fla ping .terlh O..mmm \in a metal which; i' way and go bljck to their co4stituent.
I "io..e.,es two remarkable ; ,I with such tokens' of coDDdenqp and esteem -
tAR Clerk of the Circuit Court..... 30 00 poll tax. either for lIMIt or 1MB. the 1----1-" pr.garrlk.| ;
It la the moM ,.refractort. of the met as they hare been able to conjure
Tax Assessor t...... ...... ..... 2000 same rule will apply a* to securing I hereby aanounce fayselt as s eaadl- sl ... ,
fuob .
Ours Oeldesreseal.. rs.amMlt date for tile office of Clerk of the Circuit rrrUtlnir n at the m t intense up from :Mr Hearst s managfrI .
I Tax Collector'' .. ........ ....... 2506 a certificate of exemption for the two I court subject to| tile action of the hcdt aqd it U also the hrati- t The .
j operations of
County Treasurer .............. 20 OOt! year Democratic party. Primary election May est .uu tance known, tiring alm.... :i'I a great public .

ARE YOU GOING County Judge ........... ... ... iSOOi 1 PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. : to. IM. n'/.. times h..ar.r_" than wets. To- movement are IrenienihMi.* bui they are .
l ether with simple. It Is a matter of putting in
County Attorney ........ ...... lOOOl In order to be qualified to vote at the i j d J. S. FREDERICK. irMliiim It otvnra I.rin'i
North Wet ? pwllr in a .peculiar ..r'. tr t f native. and taking out. )Ir. Hearst1 does the .
or : Superintendent of Public In- primary election on May 10th or June
; .
| callid
FOR TAX COIXECTOR. platinum "Mtniriitiun Tbi- putting In an<| the visiting itateamen
THE traction, ....... ....... .. -. 00 7. 1904. poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 mineral differs from ....11. .' I,
r\ '
I I hereby announce myself a candidate | do the taking put The movement ban
County Commissioner ....... .. f 00 I must be paid on or before C o'clock P. Inum ore in that it rorj+ m. a larrcr 1'
for the office of tax collector of t been going on for some months: but it i
LOttlSYille &: $asyi1e Supervisor of Registration.... i 00 II 0 M. Friday. April 29. 1904 (ten day before Dade County fnbject to the action of prols.rtiun| ..f _mion. n.1 Indium It ia arrelrratfd every day as the pnmtrlrn -
than
ilntiniim.! (''miri4iun.; | ia found'
Members of County School B'rd. 1 00 the first primary election).
Democratic
; the coming primary. draw
RailroadOtSevs nearer
: la mall
irr in
Justice of: the Peace......... 100 I |methhasr.\ weigtilthinl !
N. OAUTIER.I .
aaexeelled passenger jserule idw i T. f roro one-nixth to ....., ) of a The m heels of the movement kp )
Constable *.... ..... ............ 1 WAll NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice grain Thc. .. rTlrrniflr'hanl '
I e .
Kodera train eurrjing Pull mi a on revolving at the. Hoffman >iheadquarters .. :

sleepers, ap-to-daM I coaches j free re- candidates are required to pay la hereby given that the Registration I FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I and are u.rtl..l'| int'ng. BODwearing -| day and night! )Jr. Far- 1

and the above fee to s. L. Patterson. Treasurer Books of Dade hereby respecttnlly announce prnt pnrtxioe *01|
Ualac chair ear,, dining can County, for myself much. .. relly who Is New York rrap jrnn editor
:10
aa :srr.
....... aorthera sad sostbere cities. I of the Committee, and also tofurnish the primary election to be held May 10. as a candidate for the offlee of u-1 annually in the I'nitnl *iui*tat-s i i of the Boom (las ),fro Ihmwn is the' $

The Baest dlaiag ear service/! la the such candidate' name to the 1904. wlU be several State's Attorney of the Seventh \VaohinKton
opened In the This mineral U a .o. rye of inuihrouble managing editor" \ ). begafter |- ,
,,"&Ia. Committee oa.: or before April 10. 1901. I election districts of Dade county Florida I. dicial Circuit subject to the vote Jo-I to the o/TIHala f th. RntMuanmm I two month., to show the wear

All Atfato Sail. TaroncB Tickets ris The Committee reserve' 'the right to oa the 29th day of March A. D. Democratic prima'y.dw |. who find it extremely' diftirtilt and tear of his position It devolves, ..

L. & N e ., Increase the above assessment at Its luoc. and will be closed on the '26th CECIL G. BUTT. I to separate. small .par'I. Ira of it fromthe upon him to receive the visiting: statesmen
,old used for coins .
If It be re.Metallic
; meeting on. April 10. 1904. I day of April A. D. lto1.I I and sift them out for the approval -
For rates.'ecbeilBles,D.+ sleeping ear found at Bald meeting that the assessment ; iridium pnnirsse* a whitr
The following persons FOR COUNTY SCHOOL Bt1PERINTJN-1 of his chief lie has a large room
I are herebyappointed .
reaervaUoBs to frrl I;ke pearanre e. The k,,ifs
apply above will not be sufficient to DENT.I .
the
to left of the
ft'.lintloa aate-chant-r.
I t.".1.1 rfe. atr edges of drlicatc; balan-cs and othrrbearirgn :
M. Flem ng. hereby announce myself a canoidaUtor
Jj meet the expense of carrying on the ,, .. next to Mr. Hearst himself Is the.
districts which
.. haetiser ? tl.e s-ve 'J t f'Jf, l"-- uporlatosdont of PubUo Instruction require .m.ha.I.1

rt.A4aw wII..ck. .AefL.t, primaries.The wit; I 3t Dade County subjsct to the win of Den are often made 01 It. An lluu'' hardest man oa Broadway to get at.
_v1 1h,... In each of ten ....t. IrMliiim and | '
polling places precinct Number One Stuart.-W. O. Parks.Number tto voters as may be expressed at the per 9nper! | In the ante-room 'Mr. Thomas and
where the primaries are to be held approaching' Dooma.Oe primary election. cent platinum hl. been found t+ Iw'' :Mr Cohen clip
Two Jupiter-R. E. L. Mc- newspapers preparespeeches
little affected In volnmel
L w: taLL cry by1chanfre !
lOlrisllONErAZGSfAll .
and the name of the Inspector and acid
I Farland. f dw Miami, Fla. I of temperature. and Isithe1, arrange spontaneous uprisings -
*. ... clerk who are to conduct such primaries I ataneard'metre 'II of the people for the
/Meddadi .sr. ----. ej- t Number Three Wed Palm ulwtanre of which the Champion
will be named by the Executive 1 H. Dimlck. I FOR: :TAX ASSESSOR.I kept in the International of the Duwntrod. Yesterday' they .ere r
''E.
Committee at their next meeting to beheld j hereby Y.rie8.a.. st Tsris. ia made I, writing advance reports of the meetingto
60 t EAR$' Number Four. Hypolnxo (Boynton) announce myself as a I
: Rhodium and ,ruthenium are m<>lal.I .
1904.!
EXPERIENCE'i8 on Apru 10. Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of be held at night of the Chimney
of little : The formc-
pracfral o e
W. A. FILER I Dada County, subject to the action of I i Corner Club the Dixie Hearst As oI -
Number Five 0.1rar-H. J. Sterling. | occurs In plaUnam( ore to the extentof I
Chairman Dade County Executive I I I elation and other bands of freemen
I the Democratic primary. fire cent to six cent Tl .
Number Six. Pompano-Z. Cavender.: i .per .per <
Committee.AttajU Number Seven Fort Lauderdale I| d c. U XIMANIES. latter is found only tnasimridinm.and; Laborious Tea but beautifuL A

M. Marshall. i II i I |I areraors about flee per cent. of that I great popular movement means work
;I
I mineraL Then. "Is metals hue been
S. L. Patterson Secretary dv for somebody. For
TRADe IIAM. Number Eight: Ojus-J. W. I.-. I FOR STATE: SENATOR.: treated of together because of theirresemblance whom if not for
J II the the
cheerful
DcaMraCu Nan?*>er Nine Lenses Or-Wsrrea hereby announce myself u a candidate to each other; but the Statesman and his assistant

iiwaiiiaa\e. QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Mitchell for State Senator from the Thirteenth metal which ranks next to In whose Interests it Is kept
5.eees.sSe.-..... ..'." .re. platinumia .
.....etas w.w.s.aq ear e ri .at/a ,(u s a5 First, Primary-Tuesday. May ID, Number Tea. Mlaml-C. D. LeOer. Senatorial District of Florida, price is zirconium, which occurs in going .

.w .. 11.se ar rr..is 104. I to the win of the I hyacinth and some other rare mineral Mr. Hearst was off duty for three
:=r...ime ....w.r b lr Number Eleven Corneas Grove' subject Democratic
:;; .
...-..........:W 14 .duTw.w .. Second Primary Tuesday Jane 7. A. T. Carter party to be expressed at the primaryelection. ounce.*, and Titanium U ,worth and uranium about K, whose per hour yesterday afternoon devising

.i Scktttifie .H1D:rltaL 104. Number Twelve. Cutler .TXCLBrown May, 10. 104. ores are found ia Cornwall and some new way la which to uplift the Dcna-

A a.id.-.1r meeor Ls..ss d..m..a General EJecOoa-Tuesday November Number Thirties Sliver Palm-C F.M HUDSON.Tbtala. other places, are each worth .... .tS' W. i it..er ... the night amidst the damask furnitureand
rt .a' ,. .. .. 11044 W. Em.Number. Fla. per' _n. Ursnlnm U remarkable
w-1M.a L
for Its high atomic weight, the .....- the other fittings of democratic
i1L Ml! Ji I The registration boob for the primary Fourteen, DeerMd' -O. W. lest known. simplicity.

election win be opened ta each Bufflvaa. FOR PROSECUTING; ATTORNEY.I T-
I
election district ta, DIe county oa This March 12, 104. hereby announce myself,M a candidate Don't forget that the world older -DOJa'& worry about your father bo-

fOIinlIJREYCJJll March S*. 104.: sad wffl ba kept apes A. T. CASTER, I for the:' office of Prosecuting' Attorney than you arc by several thousand rau.. he know so much less than yen

.. very tv, Sundays x.3pte4. saUl the Sapervhjor' Ragjstradoj. Dada Co, Fls for Dade county, subject to the year 1 do.
a1tMMr
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I THE DAILY '' push aticfactorily other than through: Tlue COTTON MARKET. I neglect to go to the poll for this purpose -
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'JENNINGS AND STOCKTON. representatives. deliberative assemblies Future opened Mrong. I on election day. When Mr. Da"

UM1METROPOLIS.PsaU.ae4.fir.4..a. JanuarrFebruary.. . via goes to Tallahassee a* Governor,..

... "1I.is for these reasons that a State . . it will gratify him to know that old

.*N !'I.....,. convention of the Democratic party I* March . . . .. Putnam has '
>-- ''A Resume of the Reasons Why -- -- hetesaary and that the voters are April . . .. . 1471Haj will stood nobly by aim; It

>L IlL L I. UTlollC.IUIlINiJO'f (, fhartr official conduct had been "reprebenslhie urged to favor a detention by their f . . H tars; tend to strengthen him la tae

Neither of These Men ShouldBe and kuopicio'is in the extreme" ballots on the imh \W May next. June r . . . . 14 *< work that Involves a great respondt
,. rtnsa ctsti..r.e.tl..a.. SILENT July t i. . . . 15101August bllity.-Palatka Times-Herald.
STANDS
STOCKTON
1I.i I. the
simply whether
,. t.. P.C Ylw.wt.r'orld.'' Elected United States for question i ; ;; . . . .. 14 HISeptember. --
a..w .. ....... John N C. Stockton, who yearn or not a free people are content to relefate '
.. t D".I. v . . .. 12 N* Tallahassee's dally the TaHabasseean -
4M :--- __+----. : i the position now no ably filled by Senator the management of their affairsto I I October; .... 1.> 12
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thus
ra .Ir
..1 sowt.eta ) +I.y.Nt "011. Senator. accounts for ex-Sena
.U a.la fwd el the r.ttrd.latrM soar I i Tahaferro, ha been arrubed of a few self-seeking, ambitious aspirants November . . 12 o9 tor Calf.
In the Senatorial
..,,r "'.... ratl '.rD.j! many thing showing his utter unfltnensfor for offlce It Is oligarchy; versus rlo:.: m ber bid . 11- : : -.::. I race "A* a matter of fact dr. Callcertain
.. the high place to which be acpire. Jpmo..r.-tll. few against the I
.
_....."' 1<_ W.' M 'II. was groomed' for the race by
-ww elNafMw. tn...t-- i but hf has thus fur stood silent able many a ,family affair, and It la to this family
Wall magnates bare
street
Jacksonville. April 6 -Aside from who BO
arse Tear w $".1 1 I' II' these charge b.na circulating: "1I.la a duty the people owe to themselves of friend that w* talk today.t .
L'" I particular n for tile
junior
lib JiI..Io. e y what has been charged in speech in a large: number of the State newspapers to guard with Jealous care their at-I I Senator.
7.ts Jr.Io. 1 iN1 | would be baa flattery to call and we violate no confldenc la saying
;_ _... ..,:_rriH .1 and In open letter against the two contenting himself with denouncing right to control in popular governmentand ,
tention to Judge Oavl splendid equipment that J. Plerpoat Morgan la on. of the

Ite Miami I Printing Comptoj.AdvertUiitff principal op|>oging;. aspirants for Senitur ." and those tacitly newspaper admitting as 'subsidized. the- ,as to to principle be heard. and w benever policies"they see St. at the present time, for "e1'fI I heavyweight who desire to see Mr.

rate made kowa on Idler* of the Bureau have referred bodyknows that he would make aa admirable Tallaferro retired to the ,shade of
truth of the accusation by failing to
application.TKM.PHOfE.. to many matters which demand denialor --.---- executive. He! baa In him the private life. Mr. Taliaferro had
I Dhow that they are untrue !
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AI-IR. explanation If denial was ImflOll I- Among those charges are the following REMEMBER BOB DAVIS.A material out of which good governors; ,i the temerity to refuse to support on.

orFICE MBTRUYUt.i$ KUII.IHM. are made We merely l want the peo-i I of Mr. Morgan'* pet scheme la the
: Lie: yet no uch denial or explanationhas : '
pie to come out aad vote for him in the Senate srae* which time M has been
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43* and 434 Twelfth tttrret 'been (forthcoming and the accused Thai while enjoying! a reputation ana I the eventful loth of May approaches
Opp.e.tte i Court Jtou. | primary: let every qualified votermakeup 'singled out for defeat by the greatest
f have permitted the publication churchman and a builder of churcheshe ,, we Admonish our people to attend !'
his mind to do ,
so, and Dot ofalIl'OI'pOr&tlou.-
COXPAJIATIVE;..DISTAHCES.T : of the charge in a large Dumber of has willfully and persistently borne'" to the bUHinma of rolling: up a

a ,,.... rrasifrom, II IIl the :political newspapers. of the Stat false witness axalnst the man whose I,: tr..m"Ddnu.'u( for Mr Davis for I r'I

*| leer.rod ,,Yl.a west I to to unchallenged thus practically! place he covets, and when C'Oafroatf'di I I Governor. Of court this advice I*.

I Vile I ailn rue. i' admitting their! truth with the! evidence of the falsity of his! G[ unnecewary for they will do so without I I .
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..., .. ; 11in t. .. I JENMNC FAILS TO ANSWER allegation Instead of ackaowledglng a doubt but we are Interested In I DO NOT TAIL TO s :eWHALER'S [
3.v.. : : I .. 91 the vote he will in his home
reparation
&Jrf3.I : .I 117Wi ; Among the accusations that have his error and making he get countyIt

MMstMs.1.(1nla... o933f I lOt i I been recited and reiterated I In the! has brazenly reiterated his falsehoods; alit l | be large without' a!I doubt, but zn
...;. I'It In JEWELRY STORE
Otraroe o> Stale prey against Governor Jenningsand that while engaged In leading a revolt we would 111..10 ee It as nearly unanimous -
Wl 4w J" :.....I. I1OUBfMfOXvU aw i 1161 .
| as potwible Mr Davis l to
now
1 which he has failed to answer against the duly constituted party authority -
Cue V. AiasK). *n esa i I ..2. I he declared his conducting an active campaign all over'
thu In effect, acknowledging their of his county I 314..12 ft Sttat.
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a taJ.e. truth are the following: contempt for the binding force of party the State and,, that he will be nomlnat _
Ja.r. ,...........1.;.._.. 1M i.l..... ed
and elected
= i That be! I* violating: the spirit If not : platform, and advised his companionsand admits of no doubt. rt
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the !letter, of tb* Constitution In ntfng: : followers la revolt to "preach This confluence, however, should noencourage :
APRIL 1904. I
7. the Office be holds and the! Urn for primary, but vote convention that ; lethargy on the port of his

which the! people are paying him lie and his partner In political iniquity friends, and 'to each individual thisarticle
f Candidate* take ,notice; PlaningwUI : I W. F. MILLER E
alary In seeking: another office. aDd Barn and Broward. have been I la addremiedMr CO.. j jJ

be exeepUoaall/ good after t Hay the 'wholesome and conscientious example for year the leaden of an Insurrectionary Davis has lived In Putnam county .
& BM
(
River. c**-* to. VVcJboo.) j.
1 especially' up ,Safe, of his distinguished predecessor faction In Duval county whore for many years, and the people have .

*r ex-Governor Fleming:, baa been purpose was to overthrow the organ- watched his growth with pride and Undertakers Embalmers

About' the only question aa lettled Is cited In contrast; that ... endeavoredto zed Democracy, and when they failed satisfaction Back la the old day tt t
bow much will TaI"" ferro bejt Stock-
deceive the public by the publication I. such purpose they repeatedly bolted when Republicanism was rife, and tbe 413-12th Street. Phone 25.
toll and Jennlng. tad bow B nch will
,
: of a collection of. endorsements convention and.nomination regularlyheld result hung In the balance be was always !
Dart distance Broward, Miys aadFnilplaos I
*! purporting: to have been gathered and made ender party authority active In the cause of good government -

I Brown. from the newspaper of the I. the course of at least one of such At that time, aa w* remem

State, many of which were ;shown to revolts, he Stockton, was elected to her Bob Davis wa not a candidate ,
lDeat'1* to be fed the I t
Dot be spurious, and others taken from the State Legislature by the aid of for office but his enthusiasm did not

at a* St. LoutsFair.) At least oneUow newspaper long since dead; that he: Republican vote, as an avowed Independent 'I diminish on that account He! joined

Ir ka* beea dealt p* beef trust. falsely declared In a speech j In Cal-. after having I!declared,. when j the people I la town meetings before I
month when there are I
Thl I* the I
boun county, that Senator Tallaferro: accused of being: Independent that beloved Palatka wa divided Into ward, and ,

more ale* men. *weei women there aad dearchildren bad not been In his office: "eleven! time the word;" that In company ii then his Interest extended as the ocranlon ,
Stall thaa will
in the In eleven months that he had advocated with J. ... Barn he (air his proxy, R. arose to the dignity of a county
... at aay other month of the year-tokt I Gconclave I '
the establishment In Florida Hudson Burr) remained aad acted a* la those day w* had a

the :iponUcian* tell It. I of the Infamous dispensary system: member of the State Executive!: Committee I I common enemy to fight, but Mr. Dart

that .. a legislator be had opposedthe la PMI denaoet, and dire, vkv !''sacrificed much to the cause like thousands

Kraak,Clark. In a gommanlcation to enactment of a railroad commission *tloa of. tile State statute forbidding j of other, and he claims no credit -
tees' Record, of thl city, denies '
mad J. em-j i ii' law, opposed economy In the administration candidate to participate lit the part j i now for baving'performed' his duty BURDINE & -
phatlcal4 the statement by
of State affairs; opposedthe work a* such member,' that pottag *. i; then a* he ha since We. however.'
he (Clark) !'bad ever prl-
Th' abolition of the convict lease system a friend of the peopled! and aa etiera> appreciate this service, which I* all

.a -ij or publicly defended Barn acton and opposed or .was Indifferent to corporations he baa .''way :,been j the more valued because of his gift of
;regarding: the A. V. W. 16 per | QUARTER/MAIM.
mind
to primary election legislation; thatafter connected a. a stockholder or an offi-1 I and wboleoqme energy, for we
contract. Mr Clark also an- '
sib rent declaring: In a message that "a cer.: or both, with corporation; that i I needed leaders when the day were 1
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:tt:r reneeee. !that tle..m discos 1 this con '
State official to discharge properly aiming: to be devxteu'to:' the prlin i. I dark and we bad :th 1D. Fortunatelythe
';; la again before the primary .
'jtram. gland, the duties and functions of his office. Is system. he aids and abets. J M {Urn campaign now I oa savor mor* of
aDd la Jacksonville. I
I not only required to give every possible ID endeavoring to prevent th* lmnoratic |

moment of bh time but hi. best voter from exercising theft Fancy Dry Goods, Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

f- The DeFanlak Breeze caution the aU atlol1- be Is devoting the g-eater right, la the primary {to vote for tll'l'' Neckwear, also the largest dealers in Novelties
lof
.' 'faraMT Florida thus: "Whenever" ,
I I portion of his official term to I.. desperate raiding: of a necessary Stat convention .i
a farmer U $thinking: of voting for Souvenir|land|Sporting Goods_ Complete line
attempt to Induce the iwople to adopt party platform In l fer- ,
Jeaalnga It Isworthwhile: to remember -:, I of School Books.
whom he Is supposed to be ng- petuatton of the party <>rj nliatlo that b* baa persistently sod eont.ateatly and
for pay to give, him another < I better THE STATE CONVENTION- J
: refused to appoint a alar1iI I I
once that as exofflclo/ / member! of I
Although It now appears to be reasonably -

coonetted the State Board of opposed certain that a majority of tie Vote For

the Board 01 TN or the Lake City IDi..t the payment' EdU"llU0II1.fund Democrats of Florida {intend to yo','" Burdine & Quarterman
of money I was '
for the calling of State convention.
Colle" lIe Durpaee! of hkll Ia popalarli a ,
E' to clearly entitled; that notwithstanding there still be some who :lie
t own': be the education 01 may mar ,

tzmers': Ions and d eIItfft along figrrcaltu his claim to exclusive credit far the Influenced by the frantic appeals '!'of'!' James P. Taliaferro. Twelfth
"collection" of the Indian war flalm.he si-1 i Street. 308.
: I1D..1- Mr. J. M- Barn ((who teems to b* I

neglected to collect Interest i on a most. If Dot quite alone,In active optxv-.
j of the fund although
portion plainlyadvised
I I. sltlon to the project). These tee. If
TIM mall who mks swoeesalf aD In writing by the State ;Treasurer there Whose name is com-
( any such be, may;, find In tt e following -
1.porWt% venture |n< ver waits for therrowd. that the same was justly due to (

}!e strike,01for,; ;! hlmwflf It the State, that In vetoing appropriations extract from excellent article monly pronounced!
"
recently published In the P ImBeah I
UKM' nerv 'it takVa| good deal of for public building he declared I! '
New abundant food for tho>igl ; if it was spelled .
int. But ;''thi mad who succeeds has that "the veto power Is a duty, !hot a on the subjecthenever ; .j

""' *". Ar"1"'lrail/ rail.I The public adnlres privilege.; and at the same time permitted '
!
to be f., t
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'Jt come a
> the ;man who has enough conftdewe Am-four bills to become laws i .lj

>In !htmself1: to take a chance.TheM without his official signature, that that on account of the so-called primary --

chance ere the'f main thing after these same appropriations whlth he system pie Democratic peoile vfi Toliver"3uo .
... : In '.-...lIon4'
The who' tries to succeed Mat. ( ironv ptee i '\
a'L
man regarded I It as a "duty" to veto were
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sills Innat.ni- d
most expect U be criticised. Nothing those which he had. In his oUrtal! I..b. .1.
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ba the 'ct t n-not ,pl.I. ww aan .
l :?ortaBt watt eter done menage earnestly recommended the "
for office; but a patrvt end r p'-<. ;,
rternnniter consulted prevkraslydrmMed IgUlators to enact, thus using themas I THE PALM HOTEL.
>Doi.dblltty.> !*..I' 'oplxt-auon'u: *.<,!. :o a.",..ot a i I ....
Success then
the jls tools with which to manufacture ",
campaign tot.. IB ental error vt: the:ssteh. ..r a CORNER AVKNTK BAM
ornpltahmeot of what moot eople materis/ for his personal I I
I of its II : > ills
tot fault la the working: machinery stREKTSI'S
think cant be done, Tta not Wealth use by claiming credit for "saving: I

not' rank. aor' state, butt, get-a .-andglt the taxpayers" amounts thus then. Indeed will the political grafter I
Yt'I I the wasters and the the (; \. Ml'LLKR.:: ,
makes small become people I Proprietor
that a ibnslnei and toe!; that he baa repeatedly l violated ';
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ma i great !: 1 l both the spirit and the letter of the' victim and defenseless. s aves."Whenever "laM :.tt ....r .... and up. xprfis per week and to Cememerertal ,"

.. ." I, 0 I ._ party platform In making executiveaprolntments It become* a fact that ...... Large **n.plr Ruuut.I .

CbmmentlBg: oa tile fact'that no Vice to all vai-aaciec: that the Democratic party dare cot meet
P. O. Box 417 .
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Fr*Went 'who has; succeeded to the through Inordinate vanity he caused together to; declare their coavlctiocs MIAMI FLA. :

presidency by* death bs. ,beea nbsequcBtly his name to be emblaaoned In three I upon questions, National and State. I -" I I '

: elected President th. Phlladelnhla different places ,oa the State caplto: 't affecting: the public weal lest, perchance 'I 1

Record bold. :that there are that he shocked the tendered sent-1' when so assembled> the Pt i i 1

reason for, thla, one jof j' them !being menu of all Confederate veterans policies of certain{ manlHilator might I Piece Hotel Biscayne

that tries who are cmuMared of J'NI. and the tepee of decency of the entire !l be d fMt .|tIIt'a.ladf'ecl. are the Interests <

dential ate are nota,[ aay| nominated population of the South by using the of the people I. tb- hands of a w I

tttr tile vfae-pmldeaeyj- ; "But." Ill add.. portrait of the lamented Gordon M a I of experimenters, and good aa.1 act SuitI Open fr >mJNovembcr S.
att.m.1 ronramf'lltm..I') alI let to & av 1-t GRAHAM Proprietor!
Theodora Kooaevelt started la{for a campaign-dorwrnent; that he a ma tty I ,

second 'terra the moment the first one ed. In a public speech, to make po'ltlcal!' 'I chance. Comer Avenue D ind Twelfth Street*

begwLAnd no one,ha Had enough agjjBsslvenes capital for himself bY claiming; that Th object of the proposed touvettlon I I Hue Serge and

to resist ilm. The :result he had caused the cancellation of deeds :' I* that the people may do Iboee Light Flannels for MIAMI I FLORIDA*

I i. that be U llabl* to get tile _111III which rproctlratly" gave away Stat, necessary thing which la popu'ar half the regular :

thin i by default, with''very few people :sods and "practically, gave awav" ; government cannot be property doie prke. .\sk for our '

I wishing'! !m another ,term, with very the same lands! by selling: them at a ; except through organized bodies.. The $ suit. -:

: wsay,) afraid, to give: :It ;o him but with prhe less than{ one-third the rate at Democratic Party has the right; and it i.oo I I

ita'oft* qi Ite ventaresuute enough: to which similar land* la the same county I* Its duty to entertain and express It- ATCohen's I I 1'**-. . . . 1 . .. .

e.stagoohl -, 1 fortunately, there H hal been sold at private sale; that view 'on principle had poltcler. National Mo"REE

a Dnaocratle party,rot! which the sltu- be promised la:a campaign document. I aDd State.' Theyhave' 'a r'gbt! ; ElR.O'S., .

'altos thu created la eitremety favorabl If elected Senator, to secure legislation to be beard as to their preference fora I, I KINDER LOU. G...

o *| f It baa oary to apmlaat* a man which would give the State four nominee <* the party for President. I ,
I Make -
.wll '...* the '..WlCj confidence, bet It and a half ,million acres of government Vlce-Prerideat of the United ; I -- ; '

., will !relieve appra njv* Republican land when; by I jhte own showing the State, and.. If seed be la their judgment I Ii i

'"of the eoaeqw. MM of their owa' lade- I Government appears to have only one to Instruct their delegate to I Kinder Lou -f

daIoaiEYIIrJ'word fit that I* true. aad a half million acres la the State \the National 'conve*bon for whom I: I rates.

Taj i DeiatiuaUe partjr BOW ... a to give away, and that a* baa persistently they should vote for those high oiler: I

caaac *) wUck' *o CM Urea year ago violated jth* plain mandate of These thins caanot be done through Chase & Harney. Miami
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dnanM tt 'could ilavvvyaa.It remains to tb* Constitution by refusing to ***- the vrraMTle aloa. There are may .) Sell-

*. !.**. wa. >.. : HI I I take that: peed .a judicialofficer: of whom a dr- things which It I* the right and duty ,!

e cUacV.air wataar: the ana- riG ka* nit judge bad from the beach ,:declared of the people to do la the elementary I 1a.derLoU.: or A tei

ted M to two df..trti.'d.feata'etadl l I 'tW awjvaa -aaflt to perform workless of oar system of free coveneaCVrt .
1&j I of said outee" sad that ate .... A all over Dade County.
aad kaat i the duties thick thy caaaot a co..- I .
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j Mr. F. A. Barrett! and child, of JsckjsonvlUe. -

I I came down+ yesterday on a f! BUSINESS LOCALS. I, r
| few day's visit to his brother. Mr. 1
H. M. KING, | James Barrett agent here of Jhe Southern I-- r

Funeral Director J and Embalmer. i Express Co. I Headquarter fancy groceries, rrt&I..1 :
r.- etc., at Wilson Flye's. "The Ideal -

t .JOO AVCKlia D.fnmft i Dr. E. 8. Morgan, of Jackson's Hills I ,
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} esPah office rooms Tor rent Inquire .
j
i N. J, who baa been at the Palm Hotel
m' Aneettoa fceJTel--plt.. T. .,.... Calls. of lank of Bay '_,..
11|all meson Is so much pleased with our
t f ft I i I April weather that he has decided to r Smith's Restaurant opposite post Dry Goods, Millinery and '

remain here until the first of May. office; best meals la town. Short orders .
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I I a specialty. Board and rooms by Ladies Outfitters.
] THE r I WILL SERVE ICE CREAM.-At the day or week. I ;
Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Wetzel have
r, residence of Mrs. Dr. J, ... Jackson purchased i ''It.
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS the furniture and lease of the .
her Sunday School rlau'wlll: serve ice I We use Tennessee tram la all our
1'1 Fourteenth street cottage just vacatedby Ice cream and also have the plain
; cream and other refreshments from '
X iVm. FLA::. April:r ltg4. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moyer; aDd are sale at tat
2:30: to ( p. m., on Friday April S. cream oa Biscayne Drug : t
ocupylng same,
I I The proceeds will be applied to the now Company. 1U
.. j MAIL I SCHEDULE:; I completion of the tower BOW la process ,
Mrs. J. B. Cram,'of Homeland Fl*. Hotels aft families ran buy genuine
of erection on the M. E. Church I
i Arrive from the North i South. Yon are cordially Invited to arrived yesterday to spend some time :Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drug ., ,
I:0 a.jm.T with her father Mr. W. M. Burdlne. I Company. Itl
come and assist the young ladles la I
UII "'.. : j their enterprise., .. i and her brother, John M. Burdlne aDd I I c

*. Close for the NodbI I| i j I i his wife I, If you want Ice cream that Is good ,i t i.
.. r 1:01 a.1IL' DR. R1EGEL: MARRIED.-Dr. A. a j and pare buy It of the Biscayne Drug i
I:UP.I,m. i J; Rlegel, the well known West Palm Lewis Geiger who owns a I.. place Company. They na tennessee cream.I 4
: I.out at Orange Glade where he has spent I
\ I Beach ,druggist, wa on Monday Bolted lU II I
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the winter, left Bight for his
: (! la marriage to Miss ,Llllie MayIAuther 1 1I I I .
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Are .
TH WEATSEB. ;' I home at New Haven Cona, where he receiving(' Spring Goods in all line .
rl the wedding hiving taken
Pure
Tennessee
has a business to which<<: be devotes histime cream oa sale at i daily: Call and inspect the
: Spring Styles, something ,
Washington!:| ,,ear Eastern Florida: I place at the home of the bride's brother :1 Ba-,.. Drag Company. ill ,
moathLMr.
Fair jto-alghtand| .to-morrow. j j iJI&z1& Mr. J. C.: Lauther. !I during the summer- new every day. I hare just returned from

.. ....t.Io..1"4.} ........ It IXmlmaa I I i A. J. Canova who conducted the Miami Conservatory; of Music l New York and lam prepared to show you the ;
... ....... 'ZII WILL MEET TONIGHT.->-OwnK! to t i '
.4+ .r 1.1..1. Franklin CMcmaa Bush, Director |fruit of trip.
Palm Beach, came down i my
I j the hall being engaged by|another organization i ferry at yes i 1225 Twelfth Street 421 -
.. I lout night the, meeting of'I terday accompanied by his family to I I I I :
_. the Maccabees was postponed until tonight attend the concert of the Conservatoryof

t TOWN TOPIC, : I I'T present, when I It I. hoped II jail will. be daughter Music last Min night Anita In participated.which<<: his Twelfth-Street Pleasant Sleeping Residence.Rooms Shower la bath my ." iI

etc. For rent -
at
rates. Mrs.
summer I
They returned home this morning.Misses ,
/ II:. C. Beck. 1M
CITY: COUNCIL TONIGHTJ-The -
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!fOOd] meets la regular session Faanle Palmer Mamie y.II.
eft ,
tonight) Several'matters of Importance "j i PERSONAL MENTION: Palmer. and Frances Atbury' prominent A Splendid Square Piano. In good repair

young ladles of Key West, came over for sale very cheap. Mrs E.
sad fult} atteadsaeeIs aaGaaaftaNKNaKK aaQx
are to come up a I
I on the steamer Bhlaecock ) Beck. :- U.C./I
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"eIIterd.1
desired. )trs A. A. Boggs and child of Cutter -. jI / '
I afternoon to visit Mrs. W. T. -
: SAILED- TODAY-The 1- sjeame;' are visiting In the city today j I at Cutler, who,met them Tweedell'l I LARGE FURNISHED ROOM I

8hlaaecock I l sailed this inornlag for I companied them to her' with electric light Apply 224 Fourth rOUGsJ-- ,
;J. G. Cheaebro of Bora Ratoae Is ,
Wet jwlth'eighteen!1 pa.uN&'f'n morning. street 192
acujl Key considerable'freight, JTbe Martin ,I among the visitors In Miami today. I IWID. I Jon-J.M I ,
I I )lr.. M. J. tonight for VOTING CONTEST.
G. Love, of Fort Is lathe
Pierce;
frelgjitI Feraaadina w ere she will spend I Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis
sun [ers and a heavy' city today on business. I weeks will her neice. Mrs. C. Fred can aid deserving
I \ !few some young I 310 and 312, Twelfth Street. J /
T JURIST mit OOY G.-fester. Blackburn s-'t sr which she will go to maa and woman la securing a businesseducation .
days and today hae been prodncflve oft I G. C Floyd. general freight agent 011'4 Ocilla. Ga., to lilt one of her sons and by using the ballots to which '
'a amber of late tourist here. Both 'the I F. E. C. RT., at St. Augustine Is' later she will to to see others further they are entitled on payment of sub .J .
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trains. from the) north bra ight .. good 'again k In the city, I j jfw. up the State She will be sent until scriptions. Read oar offer oa sixth

crowds yesterday as did No. M this fall. page.
JDOI"alecThe! steamer Shlanecock Budd. Jr. of St. Augnstlae., was i . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
yesterday brought, over: twenty-two I among thorn arriving here from the Mrs. M. J. Pi ppard left today for her FURNISHED HOUSE, ...

from Key West.itbe majority of whom : nwih last night |: home at Minneapolis which she will oa Tenth street for \rent Apply at .;

will remain here several days] before ; I reach In a fe weeks. She goes first this office. II Epicurean Restaurant I ::
r Erlrk IrockMIa.,: of Leipzig. Ger. -
proceeding aorta I to St. Louis where she will meet Mr. ,
FOR RENT. A 'TIiREE -ROOM
,' I many. Is imonf the prominent -recent :; Peppsrd and speed a short time. Mrs. JQ5-UtA St 1I.
JOIN THE CLUB--AH j i who favor j a rivals ai the Blscayne. | M. A. Groom v III occupy the fine Pep- COTTAGE; also Furnished' rooms. I. I t
Apply to Mrs. J. AUSTIN HALL. 307Eleventh
the ejection ..e,.Hoa. R. >%', Davis, as | raM home onl, avenue B and Eighth
governor aDd Hon. J. P. Tallaferro for Miss bile Boas sod S. H. Rkh- street during the summer. street 17 Continuous Serene froia 6 o'clock m.. until 10 rfTTTTTtTTtttTttttttTli o. m. f .
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eaatoare .requested to attend n and wri e among tbore who came up . .
u..1 FOR ttmS . .
STORK:
ROOM
RENT.
meet) |( at the Fair building | firm Cut r,this norntng_ to spend the Vr. and Mrs. Jack Mover. left last .r.
large number bavA.ias day la th< city. opposite post-office, BOW occupied a. _
Bight Alreadyta| I riih' for Jacksonville where they will I
signed! members of the "Davis i.4 I 1\I1Mr.!\ : I tl eke their home In the future Mr. a bicycle store. Apply to 29 Thlr'teentk !1. J. PEt'It i. .. BAIL

," and T llaferro Campaign anb. which \ W, '4 McDonald a pro-nlneot Moyrr h..IDJpted a position with street 1M pee 9 Bailey t

Is to 11 organized at that time. ; -.I.. ... York -rj came down yesterday aaJtKis Mtstra Marx Bros, wholesale commission .
mon .beg went to Harass. Hewill men. Mr. and Mrs. Moyer NOTICE. --..... Hlb.Gt.d.
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; AN EW FIRM.-Spiers *: Merrier IS retur i !IIL Key West hive many friends la Miami who regret YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS

tile stole of a'aew Insurance and ren j very much to see them leave this The Miami Transfer. Com,..] Overhauling and Repairing. Marine Railway.
estate and collertloo firm who have 'Mr. and Mss W. W. Huribtirt. prominent city. hereby notify all merchants and other 70HATBJMTKD MIAMI. FLA.
'opened .:aces la Mini In rooms over}l Atli! tans, are la the cite for a that they will not be responsible for .
the bank of Buy !Biarar1Ie. Captain''iMerehr few days, baring returned yesterday THE COUNTY COfRT. any debt or other obligations COD- -- -- ----- ---- ---- -
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traded la their
Da. been here some thus III !att.rDOOIIifri- a trip to Key West I I
the Mfe"Insurance) business aDd has But One Case Called This 'Morning. 1M MIAMI TRANSFER CO. post office, ultaUc for tailor' I II Juliii.s

associated with him Capt. Bill Splets 'C. F. Rustle, a commlMloa\ man ofj i iJvuolIYille. And Defendant Plead Guilty. I barber shop or once.he SmithBOOKSELlm t

in the lines Indicated above. Capt Is la the city, sad this j la the county court this morning B. 100-TOMATO PICKERS AND TE3W I -,

Spiicrs will routine his.mock .. contractor i '!nonlsg went t,) Fort Lauderdale with I| F. Sowers, pleaded guilty to obtaining PACKERS wanted at once by !:uter. II

..leaving khe details of the new Frtk Oorwta la aa antomobile none r under false pretenses and was ling Brothers Caller Flat 1M I If

tmlsoees. to be handled>r bls,. partner i tertenced:!to. pay a fine of tl and costs. f
Editor E. V. BIa--kmaa. the Home- This was the only rue called this CLERKS AND CARRIER palms.Overlooking i

THE GUN CLUB.-The Miami GaD eN.... who has been IB Nassau the I morning. !JThls afternoon Sam Jeffords; There will be examinations held at I
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Qah has secured five acres. of' land past tea days on bushes expected Charged with assault and battery Is the school building oa April Hh for thepositions I, L I MIAMI FLA.

.'froa Harry Tattle. Bear the' old golf DOOM tomorrow moralag on the steamer -j oa WnLYesterday|' of clerks aDd carrier la thepostoffice ,I the river _
greuads sad a contract has been let to )l1a" I afternoon li H. Ivey aDd service. For application I and with r
ocean,
good
Frrd Ratter to IdNr same, !''aad, put It Carrie Barnes, charged with selling blanks and Information aa to duties,j I
la thorough eondlUoa I' :for the ass ot Mr. aid Mrs. F. W. flab and daughters liquor without! a license, had their salaries, etc.. apply to J. r. Kraemer I rooms and board at CAUorBoca.1t'I' !:

they chilL 1'tiI'" will be a big addltioaal have moved Into Ue Hatter resident eases nolle pressed oa account of witnesses at the ....... {I reasonable rates.J. one desirtag to kara their fanlahe* 'I
atracUoa!; far our tourists aadvtshors oa the Boulevard the summer. not having been fouad. t home cared for during s.1e H.BMr lor

next winter aad & 'I1I11I be 'Their....on Fourteenth street The court la experiencing coasidera- FOR RENT-Two new, alcely ftabased ;1 McCothua Proprietor u.I_.. at a ..sties o t1s sum ...

gassy matches Utwaeaj:' crack. shoe ot!win he leased fit suitable teaaat ear be difficulty from thai source and tM. cottages. Apply to this omen '" I. .ossluI.te tut

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:' DOWN T\VENTY.T KE 8TORIJt: !4 i inches, with an overhang. Then hecrawled I UE'AVY.....lng,BLACKSMITUINU H sieun A Carriage Wora, /
:' out after It and stood erectlib F B Haven HorseAll Kind Repairing, A* b
Sidney Hayden HUT figure was seen. there for an Instant I, Bracing and Holderlng
Dent outland against the gray stone I All Work Guaranteed First-Clan.

Sidney J. Hadea. L4uIaYille. K .. high up In the air. Then be was seen

Y who nldded ID New orl, lad FrIda I''to jump lightly forwanl. standing Sh.OP eoo. Avenue D. Clubbing Rates.

by Jumping from a t athird sto straight and using about ai much ex- -J
If he leap orer a I ,
widow of sky is wd i ertton as were ag '
It If contended, says a Philadelphia
..d'.u a supporter ol
muddy cromlng.He try devoted
lei ae"
hale
displaced UD th.t'with
authority, the opening ol .
took bit owe life d.llberatety | was barely two fee; from the the Republican Presidential' ticket fouri the Panama canal much freight will ,>'&
the !Ilsap. e", York +{ ledge when the descent begun. His i years ago. Furthermore, Smith be- .
planning
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ibe sent south to be loaded on vesselson
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bead leaned slightly barkw ird. and U ; Here In the strenuous
AS la part: Harden carried snumbcelia. 1 he went more and swiftly to the i lag things his oVn way. But this Is the West Coast of Florida. It Is s The people of Dade County will want all'the news

"U der hla He arm did not seem exciujd 1 death that awaited him his body cure not all by any means. He Is In perfect also believed by railroad officials that '' this year as it is to be an interesting; one because -
until It descr bed a half accord with Mr. Roosevelt's celebrated Inktead of all the transports for point of the'elections
and molly inspected 1,1, *urroundtn' |* ; ed gradually | leaving San'' ,
In the Pacific Francisco
of suicide.I
'tu It..u. descent u fascinating ; denunciation, race
reason tile
when be got out Th only s
I a number will leave from the coast ot
remember d ''to kstch as the aerial ristf which' the I He can point with pride to his forty-
and star *rs
elevator men ,! circus takes two children, twenty-one boys and Florida aa the cost of transportingthe National State
him war because of II a powerful pbl- daring performer In the "* girls. No race suicide I store for these vessels, as wellas and County
more thi n U e spans on his bicycle. twenty-one
r and height He war ,
slque much
the troop w UI be cheaper if
I 1 I I with the Rev. Joe Smith. tan
230 pound I I Is the general belief of physiciansiwb {goes .
all feet tall and weighed ,
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loaded there than If carried t-
they were --
elevator bad descend, I have expressed and opinion that i I the argument conclusive aa to hisavailabllity
djhe : 9
when (the I across the continent./ With this belief 1
to at least
anoccupl< 4 H. don was In a semi-conscious state j with respect
walked Into one,;of the
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official of the Seaboad Air Line The
which loop' ort" The atre 4 i, whfn he struck the pavement and thatsuffered I three e.seaUals-his Republicanism MetropolisHas
graces I I 1 1111. vigorous strennoslty and Ills belief are planning for an extension from
I window ; s he no pain. eory ac-
fth
cannot be'seen' leap Sarasota in Florida to Boca.,Grande, on
lack pr'OCf'at' Give Smith a .f.
there Is a forty-nT: <( ledge. Ha '- \ cedted at lint tbat be far out ta a numerous I Charlotte Harbor. The distance''j I* perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
den pushed the window open, climb d j I from the window ledge I* no longer l show. Fairbanks doeant want the job about /urty miles. The harbor has such attractive rates for various newspapersthat
oeto'thl' He could held, as according: to the explanation i anyhow. The Ctah man could swing i there should
oat : and,stood up. be no excuse for
splendid facilities a* the water 1* deep !i people remaining
votes thai
tops all the window aroui d ,of engineers the body was forced away Into line a great many
see the of : might shy at the Indiana Senator.These .\enough to accommodate the largest 3 in ignorance as to the happenings of
the
employee in some of the from the building by the fact that
and ship. It Is also sheltered and It la' thq'rar.
suggestions w* believe to be I.
la him scam-air next to the building was more con !
the vicinity saw
acrapers and offered for what said will makef 1 a splendid place for 1
timely they are
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After be bad\quietly surveyed tots 01 it In the street add that this I they are
The Seaboard is also' to establish" a line ,
Roosevelt
be tamed 1 and pushed the wtfa- ,caused the body,In Its downward flightto two years President '
RATES. I
poaltion
( of steamers from Florida? to Cuba and .
besides his salary has expended more
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dow; down to within six Inches of tie : mote away from the wall at the I .
In extras than did President! Hayes, other points In the West Indies.Besides i
Dill He laid hi umbrella on the rate ol about a foot {to t be story.
; this Improvement, the Seaboard I
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President Garfield President Arthur
Jedp land atraiglitene up. Th I 1 I President Cleveland. President Harrison Its having a survey made for ..nn''IIa4on The Daily Metropolis '
look roof of the down on the window ledge and
with last t thf .
I and President McKinley all puttOCf'tb..l' from Rutherfordton. N. t.. 0 Years
fie'
slipped/ off feet foremost, while one :
dt, he jumped. and
Orchard. '
I to Peach where
The strenuous life seems to C.j | connecconstruction '
the wlndio wrouot says he was In position when i I '
In khe tft.et.eI, li rs I
I i be the extravagant ur+.Houston tlcjn will tornado with the Chesapeake $1
of surrounding building! many perso >s he struck the asphalt :,Chronicle. I' anji Ohio. The 'Utter is now building Daily Times-Union QeOO :
bad been anxiously 4aU. blag hi ere ry Ere.UDetIbOWII..I'. say his,
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.etrwa Ashland to Peach Orchard.e .
In less : '
In other words three l"
move They were apelll onnd wlthj t edeliberation body was whirling rapidly, and thatwhen Itb&.D :,5emi-\Veekly Times-Union
i years Mr. Roosevelt has cost the country I road ha* two objects in viewa II II i 550.
be display e I, not know! 16 I he struck the ground the report;I
I of this line. It will
In the matter of extra ftbj
eipenKW
whether he ""intended( tc jump or i I. u was like that of a large-caliber plstoljBALLARD8 I more than was paid out In the twenty- /f Isfljrd.i direct communication with the'jCtetiapeake I II Weekly! Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Tim s.

employed la the buljdii c. They w ire I i four years Immediately preceding' hisamp.ar I and Ohio, with an outlet t UnionI I _
HOREHOUND SYRUP. $2.00
horrified, when they 'iaw him leap <.r 11
tile |).dp. { !IHia croopygh,1 I With Atlanta Journal twice i week '.
led arress to large coal 12.25
I fand should have another four :years, then i a territory.
.. ,, body shot with great swiftaeis. < oo: u what We do not believe that the With Weekly Palm Beach ews
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difficult breathing. C
..... turning several times daring the fill.HI Henry i; HEALTH IS YOUTH. ,
'Ia. American people will give j film power I
Steams, druggist. Shnllsburg. .
sack coat spread like a sail a* tie I Dieaae and Sickness Bring Old AgaHerhine
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- plunged downward. Men and women writ*. Slay ZOo 1901I have beenselling beyond the present term but If such a I i '_____
. turned away when he struck-the ts-i; : Balbud'a Horehound Syrup for j' mistake should his be made*-In other taken every morning before Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they

i phaltj I pavement" I goofs, and have never' bad a preparation words If extravagance I i should \be breakfast will keep yon In rat can take advantage of these offers and cashin

TbJ\ New Tork Herald describe the that has given better aaUafaction. i approved hat may we noj expect! health, fit you to ward off dUeaaai It j advance must accompany all orders for

soldo* a* follow: I notice that when I sell a bottle 4 I cure constipation blll'-...._dys-'I these combinations.
}f Haydosj who seemed to know;; the;\ they come beck for more. t can honestly CURES auOHS.aU\o"D\ COLDS. pepsla, fever, skin and liver and kidney -

building perfectly walked briskly I j recommend If 25c. hoe 'ttOO. complaints. It purifies the blood '| ADDRESS : '
along'! the hallway paring -several i' Sold. by Rod Cross Pbirmnry. I Mrs. C. Pttersoz US Lai SU Topeka I and clean the complexion. Mrs. D. ', I'

doors:' .-.ll; be cam to the one h. 'dw \ Kansas, says: "Of al] the cough W. Smith. Whitney Texas write Apr. '
waited. ,None of the oSce* 011'; this,| I remedies Ballard' Horehoond Bympla I t, lto:. *I have used Herbine. and find I,
lone U quit finished. He entered the; *RfNNINGMATE FOR ROOSEVELT my favorite\ : It baa done and will It the best medicine for constpatioa Miami Metropolis.r
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oe hi*'had,chose, closed the door on :( 'Why (jwouldat Joseph P, Smltlj. the do all that U claimed tor Ito speedily and liver trouble. It will do ail you I .
tb* hall. and walking to this window resident nf the Mormon church,make car aQ coughs and colds-and It is claim for It. I can highly recommend'
l..... It ,a good running mate for Mr. gooae- so sweet and pleasant to'' the ...." It." We a bo".tle. Sold by 'Red Cross }

:?H.: placed his umbrella on the tell! Smith la a Republican, a 2Se, tor f LOO bottles Bold .by Red Pharmacy.' ,

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Ry. treasurer in the discretion of the:! A startling Incident U narrated by $

i To 'IAII Whom it May Concern: board of directors may b' filled by'' John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows Trade Mark \

LOCAL TIME CARD No.53. In Effect Feb. 16, 1904. Notice U hereby given that the made one and the, same person. The name : "I was In an awful condition. I :
I II Igned Intend to apply to bas Excellency. Ito I 1
I pf the officer and directors who are Mr skin waa almost yellow eye sunken
1 ,emiMowa-iu* aowm. MOlTNSOJ"b-RUN UP. ; '
Wlllimm
S. Jennlngaj Governor I'I
conduct the business of the! eorp'r- tongue coated pain continually hi i "WADDELL'SGuanntec >

s tt ps. .n as.tta N..4s. N.7I N..74 N..ttsJ of the State of Florida, for Let atlon uutll those elected at the first bark and sides no appetite trowing < '
+W J 14L17. D.llr. DaL7. baUy.atAT10Ni sb.,1r b.ty belly. belly. 11.4. i tu.j Patent on the proposed charter ia a < '
election shall be qualified are- Thomas weaker day by day. Three physicians 1
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_.... ...- This annexed: Costlgan. president; Edward Burke, bad given m* up. Then I way advised Written Contract I >
-... 1 1 si 11 v 1.a ..at. aRustln. 1 1 M. 7 w s 110 ..-.... I 24th day of February. A. D..1904 Electric II'
__.. 1e II t .un .. ,. 4 44. l3 ........ I first vice-president; John F. Olive, to use Bitten; to my joy, the
....-. 1.OUN 1: ..& _. f .44a1 .qs 131 I/1 ........ EDWARD BURKE second vice-president; S. L. first bottle Made a decided .Imp"",,, I I''
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1$ $$ f4 1242.. IJ 1s.5 Ar..P.la 1 L. .... ate. 4 It 43i ..... JOHN F. OLIVE. secretary and treaxuie*; .. ment I continued their use for three You are ...bleed or (< '
1u 133 llua sun L..Palat.e..Ar .....I Twa 1f0 t ; PatUJi: 1 Hti. Lot i iH I
+- | THOMAS COSTIGAN. Co tIgaa. Edward Burke', I weeks, and am now a well man. 1
-.- f >u 713p Ats..N.t..Lr i.. 4. .... W. w. ERWIN. know they robbed the of another I'I '
crave
T10 $ N. aN ) 744. 713 Ti s, ITS W. W. Erwin and S L. : I putt you oo top .
S. L victim." No should fall >
-.... .... ,. 13 41 p Lv. h,ora L. ..... I U ... ..... PATTERSON.CHARTER shall: constitute the bo i1 of directors one to try bf telling you it the < '
Cl p ... .. Burn.IIL .. 1 13 { ... ...... I The organization ai-i first annual them. Only 50 cents, guaranteed at bottom.c. I'I''
CI p L .. Drip .t. ... ... if .. .. I ell .
__ })311 IiI' U p 71 47 .. Or.o.d 1 !4. 17 .f I meeting eat tL: .toLkl!o U."+ shall be druut.U.d. .. I >
u N 4T p 1 Il .. My.n.a 1 3s.. a wa f 4 U .. The surely TOW ..,. I yes .. S
7 Port el-ang., .1. ...... undersigned persona. ThomasCoetlgan. | held on the first Monday In April. A. sun to ay or not froptrtv. I
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r.-. 43 p ... Oa 11111... 43 ...:::: Burke F. OliveW. D. 1904. In the city of MI ml. Florid'tbe \, Rev. M. A. Clonts, a Baptist divine Hi office i. pours rtg. ...**f bass I >
....... 1 11 tI, 1 i1103 T..tile. 11 3 441 t4 a t 03 $ $3 p W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson ettut eesaT.C.b .
r ....-.. .. ..... principal place of business of who has resided with his family In this .

In 1471 10p 1 34$O ..ectl.d.-..Ii.o4as11ll UP 1343 1 ? hereby associate themselves togetherfor said company at the office of Gra city for the, past eighteen' months, hasbeen a.J.ee '

1 31 IS p p 1 m 5rw N.ltr.-rn.tt.n U Cl pl r._:- 11 .4.E... Nfp.p ... ated the under purpose the of laws becoming of the Ineorpop.l I ham. Patterson ft; Erwln;. and thereafter railed to the pastorate of the C. A. WADDELI I I'I'>

.w .It. L. ,., i.. 1.4 on the first Monday In February First Baptist church of Key West and Meal E.ute laforautloa I''
417 .7r ItIp l41p.. lt P1..r..._ $ $ $ lr4 aIU0p.--. FloridaThe !i Sere. A
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... 14Tp .T1bn.la... I13p F 111$. .... ; of each and every year. experts to assume bin duties hay ,. *Ac ,.
.J.44.... ....... ........ IS Y .. .. .....Jrnsr ..... 14141 .1.... 14454 .. ... ....... following Is the proposed char- i i|! The officers and board of directors Mr. Clonts wax for many years, up Office First UL Baik. Aijii. Fla. S'
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p said be elected
.... ... ft -.. iiel,. N.ond.. $33p .... a Y4 ....... ....-- Article One. The name of the j l!I of Corporation shall at to a year, and a half ago pastor of thischurch. "' "' '''''''''''''"S
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Mr.t Juglt.r } alp pl.. the first annual meeting of the stockholders but was compelled to resign -
,Ml 40 N Zip 37 w P.l.i Bare 'lO1 1 pp t1143s Np poratloa shall be the Dade County
4. li SO p ..P.i. B.a k.. 7 U p Sip s me..s. O$p and at each annual meetingI owing to the condition of his health.
?M Up .1...... ...$ye ton... Stip ... s$1N .. Title Insurance and Trust Company, I TWO IS BETTER: THAW oxs.Here's :.
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Up 1 .Itelray blip t T12$ .... Slip of the stockholders thereafter, or If la : secured a position traveling as |la I __
Is M ...... 0 l/ ...... Ft l.u.t.Mal. $441 ... t w ....... 1 3 p with principal offlces at Miami. Dade commercial salesman]
during which
Ii I, .... ... p ........ t Rad.nda'... 111 +. l....... .. 1iri any year no regular annual meeting ; a pointer for the M rraoroua
...... 13Q/7 .. ... .L..w CIt'.. l ii ..1. .. : IS?, County Florida |1 for any cause be held they ban te time his health was regained,! and he readers You was$ to save Broaer
I. SM. 1 M Ili 543 r IIt.ot1Trutt 1 1131 Article Two The general nature of and we know how to help Wes .
elected at the next meeting of stockholders I has again decided to eater| the pastoral fix It you.

d.as sic,u .I.t1is..b.,.uam I.5O.bo... the bUlla_ to be transacted shall be j I thereafter called for that puts fleld. While the [friend of Mr., Clouts the pace of so one you paper pay a and little get mars the tha Iwe

the Insuring the owners of real estate. poeL and his excellent/ family dislike very yon want. The pnee of the Daily
Condaoaed Bchdnle B.tw en'jacks mortgagees and others Interested i Article Six. highest amount of j much to have them leave Gainesville. recently
Thej
I' bee. reduced
IACItONTILLi r s. .. ,. .a.tit e.nt Ba 43" 4 lie a0f1s..114 In real estate as owners Incnm1'I which+ this I they nevertheless\ wisp\ them much to the following piles
DSU Bs I s.I|t Indebtedness company may Three months.... .. tlM
n n. AUOKTMI } VSU7 Bsliy lyDall| w Dally 1tiy sa '
h R I branrers or otherwise]against kiss by j ji i at any time subject Itself I* one-half happiness and success' In their Key lilt ..011..-.l..v.v. .

H* aUM It s4 MsI i; reason of liens Incumbrance or del I IIn West home.-Gainesville Sun. One .\. Owe
then
t3lp1134p1l0Op1 i of the amount of Ita fully paid
I .MAng.Wa.,.. N U a lUp >Pl, UtIT. .
I! fectiTe titles; the loaning and InvestI capital nock. propose to send you both 'M
aututrmiTtUCttOwVHOI Is.la1n.174 a. ".. 'jj&illy us.** a. N.74 j of securities Its I II MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. Dally and ttaaday Ttotes-Ualoa aa* r
L.u money upon upon i ij
wily ( I Article Seven. The name and residences Chi...
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311 1).4ty Ir Dallbelly aad the Mrraorou
h h k$ a I Is.14. j There' nothing like doing for:
own account and as agent or trustee a thing
I of the of this': i Mxsooetbs. | i _
V>.KA. tae.. I ttlSpl 411,111111 Incorporator
gs TMs OTO
TSSS 11H.114S I Slip thoroughly. Of ail the Salves
1 ever One
M.J..kwv113.... ) SMa N 1111 1141 pp IMp) IMS 711 731 144, | for other persons; the acquiring, hold- I company and the amount of capital yon CM
; lag using '....ac. Improving and 4la-' l i stock subscribed for by each are ai heard of |Bucklea'" Arnica Salve I* TlBMs-Uaioa We will send and you Cltisen the Seal-Week/

The Pollowtag '!Through Pullman Train i | posing of property real and personal j follow: Thomas Costlgan, New Torn the best It sweeps away and cures Mrrmorou: and tke
UtntMTUMttM. wtrti TUMIMa. tie j burn, sore, bruises, cuts bolls 111-0
..,y Sd l-N.v l.rt s.d 731,44. .II red II-Cbtram* Fl'-rlda tparialHla. { accepting and executing of trusts II City, one hundred and four (104) cers akin eruption and pUea. Its tUx svonlbs for.. ............ ... t 1 (MThn.

..II..44$4 .54 cal 3I-.su.rar 44-i.aanaM Winea rel.LI.Ua .... +....II II.ea4.*M Ot-Ckle..ed-T*.PlorMa Unl riertda 1 ..dm.w Uaillt4 pursuant to orders, judgments and j share; Edward Barter New York City only ZSe, and guaranteed to give aatIsfactfcm. !0.. year.- ...... ............... i .0 .i.

tfmlas are t.. ... .........'ar pull..,Cern s id UU'a__faN will b..barp; I I decree of court of record and b11 i one, hundred and three (1113)w'M: By all druggist I for tt cents more titan tk ,.
..tlll\r aoackaa.*.raM..tbaaa"....*a wklek.0..M 51 list far*Is edtaugr6iASTOSD virtue of devises and bequest; acting Job F. Olive, New York City one dw price of the daily, you get two paper I
I and for fifty eeats Bore than the
agent, attorney-ln-fact. executor ne-
BaAXCX.a' hundred and three (103) share W.
: JlJU.WOJL I / OKAVOX CITT : alar priee of be. Msraoroua .*t
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administrator, trustee assignee, assignee l Fla. The family of (J. W. the Seml.Weetly Tlaiea-Uaio.
-K M .II Ma.11 Ma. I lUsTT *a.4 W. Erwln. Miami. seventy-five Heath 207 West an4
; .,.-. '".. for the benefit of creditor CiUaen and toe Farmer
: receiver
D Itr tl lTd I Dally (75) snares and S. L. Patterson- Sixth avenue were reported to the Grower. and Fruri

!'Lv_Tit..t11._ It HPII _I.p H I..1Le .lairrM .Ar S. = 10 p or guardian; and owning and I amt Fla, hundred and fifteen city officials Saturday W be In destitute Seed .. ,
: I /ftl..Lv.1.4rErl.n.A. U Nf one ,000r '*ripcl... to ... Cut)
I.: t:=k 0at:1= : net? I Itp II nosh. O'mor* City Ar OOP operating abstract boob covering ...*d (US) shares, circumstances and urgently In need of I. advance always at these priee.
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''1 1. 141. lIt uY.IAr..Or.CfgJ..L| M titles In Dade County Florida and I THOMAS COSTIOAN. (Seal) aid. On investigation It was founj Tn* MBTBOFOU,

.:. 11..n JUYJ'OB'1' ito tI. ft1 the making r'land selling of abstract or I I EDWARD BURKE. (Seal) I that Mr. Heath and several member of Miami FU
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.. > .ny JlJU.WOJL Betty. na.y searches of title therefrom. JOHN F. OLIVE (Seal) l the family were ill with typhoid fever .

Article Three. The amount of the W. W. Seal ,I[and that they were suffering for ''the
.. 4131 __...4...j. ...3nbiirmlb_... _.. .. I ERWIN. ( ) I
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r 5 111> ._..__.. :. i.awr.ao.-...._............. ... b S01 I p capital stock shall be Fifty thousand S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) necessaries bf life. Mayor McKay, at
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---- + -- dollars (J5 .000.00). divided Into fire oncesent them a generous supply cf & Homer
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.... ....--..+. .... --.... ..... ..-. hundred share of the par value of STATE O.n.oRIDA.COUNTY provisions but they need the attentionof /1 ;
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One hundred dollar ((1100.00)) each. other generous citizens. This morning '
PEIIMSUtAR AID OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS. AT IAML, OF DADE: Tl Real Esute tiJ Raw Melts
which shall be payable at tie option when the policemen were In the
I I On this day personally appeared before .-- --
lUll COIIIIICTIOIIIWII af BUH wrra rruBsira .* Tilt P. 1..*. I. tbMAST.. of the corporation IB cash or pru>cty. station. Chief Jones called the attention I
I me Thomas Costlgaa. Edward
:t AVANA. Key 'WEST; AND NASSAU. real or personal at t just! rifratlon Burke John F. Olive W. W. Erwin I of the patrolmen to the destitution UstYoarPropertjWithT.fi.Cooley !

to be fixed by the Board of Directors of the family and a subscription of
and 8. L. Patterson to me well known *
9 T..iai TlaM T" U..shew tto...at wkiek train..,.W znrcuxl to rrtra and Opart4nei oT this company at a meeting called tlxHit *10 or Si: was raised that the ,A BBC. piece of hay front property, t
Ik*aarvrml atMKwa, tai trtr arrival sr............ai tk*iln ..tau>d la not .n.rsa.e.A. u the persons'described In and who i l generous-hearted with riparian
>a.> '.iaaws walk ef rights the bvaiaesseeBterel wiUia a few .
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i I I. I Article Four. This corporation; shall article of Incorporation a* and''I f 11...,. bring ISO feet OB bay sad

Or y"tk. LOCAL Ttm CARD or Oth.r I.formmUM"EXE continue and have full power to exercise for article: of Incorporation of the THOUGHTFUL MAN., 400 fees deep, havlnf a lot of I.. ?r
bearing tree oo it. This Is a I..
: Ti: TICKET AOENT.J. ." and operate its corporate franchises Dade County Title Insurance and M. M. Austin of Winchester tnd, i iI ,place for a wiater" hosie. '

D. BABVXB, Aaat.. OeaL Paa*. Agent. ST. ATJQUSTUnt, TLA' privilege, powers and vnmiinl- Trust Company and did severally acknowledge 'I knew what to do in the hour of need '

1 ties for the term of ninety-nine (*>) that t they executed the same I His wife had such an1 nnnsual case of 328 Tielftl Strtrt. Sam Bkt I

\ yeais from and after the conaDecce- for the purpose and use therein expressed. 'stomach and liver trouble, physicians MIAMI. FLA.

ment of its corporate existent* |I, could not help her. He thought of ; .
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r Article Five. The bUlla_ of this I IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have'I Ed tried Dr. King's New Lit* FIB ::!::! \

I..... V".ew ., tIIe : .. company shall be coodoi eJ by a '4'hereunto set my hand and official seal j ji : and she got relief at once and was \White\ Eagle Bather Shoe.. -

''I'! I II' board of five (S) directors t president' i this 29th dar of February A. ;: finally cured. Only 25c. at all druggists :

The'' I I Acc.wlmod.tlos-fine Clss. first vice-president second rtee-prcsl I D. 1904. I I II FOBT Chairs. Wait

I' dent secretary sod treasurer and any1 (Seal) J. !w. HORNER. I dwJ. Best Serrice ia (tie City. ,

: other such officer argents or employe I Notary PubDe In and for A.
I COLBY
Bay View ;! ;1.0. M: Conolly, Pro a* may from time to time be appointed did the State of Florida at Large. J. ,,Wallace of Punta Cords, Fla.. I> 302Twlfia9iMt.Clubbing, Proprietor.

was a pleasant caller at the Packer
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headquarters today and
: expressed himself

Hotel I I d I. cr-..: Pr yOposite M. J McDonald as well pleased with the ''prices re- .

I D pot.I .. eetred for his peas and other vegetables -

bandied by G. W. Walter A; Co.
I@ Rates.
I SANITARY this @
I Miami ria.f season. Mr. Wallace says the crops
are very heavy and shippers
PLUMBING and are generally -
; You can save by1' sub-
satisfied money
$L f with price: receivedfor

>r... 1 PLUMBERS'( I produce. He Is thinking tern seriously scribing for the papen. -

1 SUPPLIESClmlud( '-' and of moving to the Miami section i you want through 1
engaging In trucking oa a large

scale. He also added that the t
Packer
SEABOARDAir and lujcle I..r, ; The
gas very much In evidence everywhere
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All kinds of wheels "' ,
be
I went and with the Southern farmer -

Llns for ale or Tit I It was next to his Bible.-New Metropolis.

RailwaJ"I I 31 t-'t1 Street ritmi, FlatMcNeill I York Packer. ..

1 We can give you theDaiIyTimes.Unionand
\ A DANDY FOR BURNS.

Savannah. Columbia. CumJen. Southern; Finer*. -

RjUigh, Richn )11:1.: XVUshin ton. U.dtim.r", & Co. ---I; Dr. Bergln, Elgin in., writes: "1 Daily Metropolis toe ,

... Philadelphia, ew York. have used BUlard'i Snow Liniment; = 0.00 a year or bodv. I
always recommended It to my friend.
Three Ele -'ant Trams Diily.SjatJjifJ I I is I am confident there la no better for six months fut.

NJ.V YorK L +:Iteci.: Livery Feed and Sale Stable made. 'It I* a dandy for burns. Those 15-00.

: who live on farms are
Seaboard Express S.4bOlrdJMaii I 12th Street West of Railroad. : especially liable
i i iM 1\ to many accidental cut, burn, bruise 1 _
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>rdeni P,4ilmart! >1 Equipment. We have gentle: horse, broke for ladies to (ride and drive. I I Snow which Liniment heal rapidly la when Ballard'i The -

h4 i...i.s t !r Vs rl U 11.4 k. stb...I ...... .< *.VM | -.-.. I..Iv4 Pi31..I I 1 applied. It should I
.,>!'.*.*'..4n1 43. ..5 .1..1 I'>*, ...r+t a I.-. .1 .>wT4tl. .. e...ep-rst.i r 4 I always be kept la the house for eases
-.;. 4owa'" .... '.........11 ..!. -r ow y....v{. w..u..tn. .._..I,. .... .........111..p. (ipc d Comfortable Carriages of emergency2Se. SOc Daily Metropolis
...J...._"' ".'..,..n.dMlr.-.k!,....11I..Win h 150.1 H te ep.u.t.N 1'ISada 14.i.1 i $1.00 bottle.
For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.

Oalj link 4/Iwrstinl' daily thr ni...rs fr 0 First class Teams and h. aoo

.J II..L- .onv<,Il.' t.. Ni'wUrieoln4. Reliable White Drivers. i I semi'Weekl
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--, Times :
I I 1 Limon 'l'I
F.r full inf..rma1io.1 Loll slerper rocrvations, cull on tb Bush G Safford \
any agent
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S. C. BOYL TOH. Jr. Pass. Sgt. Publishing Co.. J --1\Hash Grade Weekly Times-Union both

-_. -- r t I- Me4.ri.. IM p.bllcat..4 _..".117 ill..trata rawly I one year S2.OO.
......_.. PUrMa a_._and K.natma It vltl k.M.pp. WHIT...,." .......
I KM a dull li.*ta lu E4IMI .T a ..rp..4 CMBCWX ami a4 _. Half Piano'SAND
.ALTC.Leo.ABA" JAMtS IL JACFMO J*. *. L PATTCKSOS. .- lM.4_.. r....r. to f.._M Mca .U.. Hl." Mc4. ._...to jroaaf ,
r-_,, Yk.p.ta.o ..v sal m.. sad act li. o.M ....>.en L5.r..a.drr UQgj_ The Pompano IrJi
'. CffCT.t-Tkrll>.mf4CmHa.a>..,<....<..w.n ebb p. Ilcatt... wHk a ......._
''j .._,, <.II...MvlMm4rM ik.._... T. w kta ta.- fathMlar .'trt -....,. ORGANS.Simplex
I .A.r.. ._fnr.11._ h_ mil.W...k. krtav ..< vW to I.rlal R..oC.
hc_."" I Ia. .itb w_._1_as.w .11I M ......... tar _,w..sob /*.. M Comb, Proprietor
Dade QuQty: J Abstract ?o. .......... ISa w Ail r .... I
a..., peeve..at Mc 5 .... .... 8... tal I..-..caI we 5.1 .......1
.11..,.tt>c._......_ will _b.. Piano Pom f too. I Florid
(CfC mall ._ _. a _If.' Htlowno >i4l Player.
wrhlne 1& M aa4 .1..... J IOa is 1 -
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Cash
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BUILDING + MIAMI FLA. or easy payment Old iaBtranKflta -
Industrial Record Gcmviay:*" -- taken ia cxchaag-e. -JI.' Produce buyers and ,0licitora -
win find
Tuning and uUtinf. Call that the CM
J hoari1Ie.. Fit Aau. con aaore !i.
territory
and inspect fine a da*
Tonl.b..aee.m.: ... ....p1.4. A___ ...-...-., TWi ..,.... h4t7. f oar stock Lot II free kere. tkaa fro* oche
.s .._ b.t5rt""" .4 ..144b.. hndicIs ID. C..4. new goods. pastor the Ii... any .
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The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their

condition" at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condi-

tion of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase ;

in strength and business. .
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Report, to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition i of the Fort Dallas I i National'

Bank at the close of business March 28th, 1904. I

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I '\ I ; A seerts- I I Liab1lities.Loans .: I I

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j and Discounts . . . $163.955 .4 Capital Stock . . . . ;. . .$100,000 ob

Overdrafts. .''. . . . . . 250 18 Surplus. . . . . . . . j 2.00000

.. I U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 oo I Profits. . . .' . . . . . I 1,569 72

I I I Premium on the sam'e. : : . . .. 1.437 5 National Bank notes outstanding . L i I oo

I ) I Dade County Bonds. . . . . .coo ooBanking : Deposits . . .{ . . : .1.| ''iI 262.07093/i25.000 .

I" House. . . . . .. 41.21413 .

U. S. Bonds owned . .$5 1625 00 .
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ii'I! ; Due.from Merchants National '

ii': I I Bank ot New York. . 19,15988 I I j :! {

I: j; I Due from ,National Bank of t !i j I

"i ; i JI Jacksonville . . 18,39946 ''I ,, I I

I 1 I Due from Mercantile; Exchange I l 1

: .1 f II I'' Bank of Jacksonville 7.3361J I I I !'r I'' 'I '

< Trust of I 1- I
I I Due from Companies

k New york. . . .. 7,50030 *
I. Due from State Banks and I : I 'II (

d Bankers. .. . j. .. 10,24908 I 1 ;

i I I' i Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.250 oo t'i,' I I

.- I Cash on hand in vault . 33.26385153.78360 ; I I;i!


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-- -- - -- uutiaeu and Honorable men an op-
T lira Snyder, got away today for the],posed to such methods._ That the'present .. .
BAY. west coast bound for 8t Louis and theWorld's : board will be re-electe9 by a larger -
l- NEWS ON THE Fair. The yachts will so inside I majority than ever there Is now ao

the reefs to Hawk Channel before i,,doubt j 1 j jI tnimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmjnni !

The steamer Gopher.. owned br )lr. going outside. 'The party fish. will, .mak.l'I i =. .I I::: i I I iC ii ir ir
reroute to
a B. Moor, of Philadelphia, and U several stops THE GROWTH OF EARS.. I
' command of Capt ,.foe lUgrbara arm Tampa will Join Commodore and Mrs. Ii IiI I T =-= ,. 3

j 'd u ron {*rlrilay afteraM a' 4 I Hughes and from there the three boats |, The systematic examination of more E 3
.'. will keep company to their desCnatlon. I
tied up at the! Inroad freight --k I|'than 40,000 pairs of human ears in I i3 -
All three parties and boats will return
The. Gopher left Tampa last Octoberand England and France has resulted In .
baa bees cruising to Gulf waters here early Dut.oIL =
some
I Interesting conclusions. For one
aloe Mr. Moose U accompanied E
(ver i RULE OR RUIN METHODS.I thing It Is ascertained that the ear ==
trienda. and I
by two gentlemen after ,
continues to grow In the later decades = :::
J takJag on provisions they will leave and their friends -
The school teachers of life; la fact it appears never to E
; for a iwo,week cruise In the vicinity; la this county will certainly have It la stop growing until death. If one win = 3
return :::
t of Indian Key. after which the for a certain coterie of people who are take the trouble io look around la anyassemblage i -
e Gopher f candidates for re-election to once because of people, as at church he ==
was by of the Injunction which makes will discover that the old folks have :::
Englnering Co. ofj Jacksonville. and It necessary for these teachers who I I ears considerably larger than those of
F. .Is a large and commodious craft and are poorly paid at best to discount !|the middle aged. A woman who has I STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL
, this,U her Brat visit to this port. Mr. their warrants ten per cent I
small ahelMike ears at twenty years
'
i j ... aboard quits' col- ,
More a valuable Had It not been for the determlna 1 3 Please
of age will be very apt to posse medium e csmider ON "Strictly] CwAfc**]*i"!
JeeUoa of shells coral etc. !i '
sponges
don of this gang to throw very possl sized ears at forty years and I
F that ha been gathered. .1..1.I. on the trip. ble obstacle a the way of ""re-rtec
i The j. achooBer yacht Edrls. with Mr.: Uoa of the present board of count;# j' Why can should go oa growing all :
Weu. commissioners the credit of the conn [one's life any more than noses Is amystery. !, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt
Bad Mr*., ofj 8t Josep},
would have been kept good and the
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)10..1' ty There ere a good many
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herj {aboard returned
owners } teachers and all others who are em- points about them that are Instructive, i E
morals*; from a weeks: cruise to la-I :::
I by the county would get face WE -
ployed their shapes being markedly persistent !: -
dia*\ Key and vicinity. They report 1,. 5: ; want few words '
to
nary weathef} there and though ar- value for these warrant through heredity. Any ear will be :C ( say a to you and wewish, you to .3""

pod. arJ plentiful the 'Tough seas prevented An arrangement had been made handed down, so, to speak from father I; :,e= I conside them "STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL," for we do
with the banks so that by paying them to son. for generation after generation :
Ung., Mr. and Mrs. j: 'E= not wish to injure the feelings of our competitors. Whatwe
heir ,six per cent on the money advancedI with comparative i little modla tlOII. I! ==
).leave tomorrow for j the I j !
Wyeth E wish is this.
to
I payment of warrants everybodycould Some authorities on, criminology assert j> say ==
I
west by[rail and the:Edrls will be taken I
'" Byron get their l money but BOW they that criminals,are very apt to flOe- I e "TiiK SCUSTVA\'" of being satisfied with suit 3 f
to N York{later oa by ( your
.umLeri j cannot The teacher' who does hard sass a very peculiar kind of ear. whichIs 'I
Ball and tied ap for the and faithful work for ISOOo'a' month recogqlxed by an expert! In such mat : !E and getting your money's worth is to buy it here. We == t
-. though |she will be brought here aiala I must now take Olod If he or abe gets I :== don t know a {single customer who is sorry that he traded ::
*lBter for the use of Mr. aad ters.There
next +rra.j .
the each and this state of affairs exists
g
Is probably nobody in the < here but have
we seen a who Wisiiin
Wyeth.:Who will spend the season b great many THEY
t.1 I |because this "rule *r ruincrowd I world who has a pair of ears perfectly jmatched j- to
f a. H I 1
r j == II All. ;;;i
stampI
Tha yacht SIYallO. Capt Bob Busby! i want to get mea of (their own : la most people the two differ : |I. ==
la office to handle the finances<< to suit I ::: i The reaSon? Our clothes
with ,.r. and, Mrs. Van I Week aboard,]1 i perceptibly not only la shape, butt t i have individual style. They ==
got away again yesterday afteraoo4| + for, them. !'also 'kn *.... Frequently they are not I IJ Ii i are made by the best makers in America. They are differ.
At the teacher has to 'placed
Indlaa key la qnes. e$*of\*tarpon.Tb ![ 1 '_ tea present per. cent and poor while under the I The age precisely of persona alike may be on judged the bead.with j|I"J JIrrea :== I' ent from other clothes you see. The price? Well it is easy 3I'

yacht Granatsa.. with Mr. {and plan. which was' In force the Interest j ; j accuracy by the ears which) after i l : I' : for us: to discount any prices in the city.Ve are I showing a == a
1 Georft e a* paid by the to payers, the bulk of I. Is !! ,
I Mrs., tiN. U. aboard ranked r youth past assume an l : Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.50 which is sold
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everywhere at
'two .horn Wealthy aoa-r deat capltaJ-i hcrshness of A I'
. : yesterday afternoon,from a week's are | contour. pretty woman ,: I _
'. cruise' to the'west coast as ,far u Fort 1 'is and cor'oratloea. Other counties In i'whom, I first youth has departed may :'Snot .:= 1 $12.50. :::
Myers. .The Graaatsa returned (ten rforMa borrow money and pay Intereston Show the fart In other ways, but : i : The reas n'e have too many and they must be 3
for RpP.1M and to take oa kwq'gentlemen same m {order to keep from repudiating |these tell-tale feitures will surely tell j
friends of Mr. 1 peart* who]will their +rontrart*, wth teachers and ,the story of the flight of time. Then ::: I sold. Our :1o.ooand $ 12.0) suits are by far the best to be ::

make a cralat with Uem. She wllj getaway other' employees sod Dade county i|tber4 is the wrinkle that come just la 'j:_: had Mr the price. We carry the largest stock of clothing in ;;
this aftermoa acfd. wu not return would be doing so but for the actionof I froni. of each ear during the thirties DadeiCounty and can fit and please you.JOHNSEWELL& ==
gala until. the trip north jls begun.! men who are well! known and whose i,a fatal cad Ineradicable sign J 3
.nee actlor: win bf condemned by the 1'ot-1 t! Near the top of each ear, just with. := ==
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The yacht Louise to hanlded oUt at I ers at the comic i tlmaries. !la tie downtarned edge.and slightly C! ( -

Pack Bailey's ship yard;faring her I I From all portions of the county men toward the back will be found. If one .!! ."JI' 3
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ball repaired and painted preparatoryto and women are at work to see' that feels for It. a small lump of cartilage. ==
laytnc ap for the summer. the present county commissioners arerenominated This Is a remnant of what was originally C E ==
The WhIm: Wham,Dr. Pierre's hoos, because they have done ;:the tip of the ear. when ever so :
boat. arrived here yesterday afternoon their duty to the people by trying to long ago that organ In our remote ancestors BRO.
frog tile upper coast and ,wfll lay up pay them la full for their service had a point oa It most of the .
4a the.Miami river for. the season., Many who have heretofore opposedthe apes 'today have pointed ears, but Inhuman E Ii: '3r
\f 'I present commissioners are enthusiastic I beings the upper edge of the : I FEEFEE r'FEFFE' EEEEEE E E EF FEE
Aftsr being delayed by wind and sea. I U their support this time because .organ BBS la the course of ages been _
the racat Roamer Commodore and they reallM that they are being persecuted folded over so'as to cover the real ;. nj
Yes Room and; Palmetto., Mr. and I for' poDtleal effect and all light,tip. '4 WWIlIlU lWWWWWlUlljIWllIIIIUlUWIUWIUIUIUWWWIUIiIiUIUIUIUWIUIiIiUIU


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