The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 15, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00086
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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The Only Paper in South Florida Carrying ,Associated Press Dispatches.Vol. I : .

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1, No.. 107.: : MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1904. c"" Price 5 Cents

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t coin! Ime tH tile home company 0tItu I POSTMASTER IN TROUBLE. '

CREDITABLE I zaton taterest manifested j Darkey Official at Atlas. Alacbua IN FIRST
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and bori ghnes afompl1lhed la tile DEATH OF MRS. B. B. TATUM.Mrs. County Behind Ban.
la ullUnee.
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Co el 'or,1II Z spoke along} tile -

INSPECnON 1aIIIe/lIn/ and gave advice that will o..alL'April 15.-Jayne G. Crommarty PRIMARY

colored who has for' several
I be of vu benefit t4 the company and yean ;

I : which WI much appreciated. i been postmaster at Atlas, Alachna

I Rebecca Tatum devotion love that county. Is now In Jail here having been
( I After I tljis seven) hundred persons Mary' Forsyth I by an a

f ,I who had ot the pleasure of meeting the beloved wife of Mr. B. B. Tatum. !I sweetened ever day of ber marriedlife committed after a bearing before Y

I and which! following her to the United States Commissioner David
j I at the Biscayne were introduced
the once senior editor of the Metropolis, died )
I| ak sort of social session Indulged i i grave will shed| the lustre of a tender Williams, on charges of embezzling Senator
a Taliaferro Will be
Co.; L Miami i i iI 'he Tatum residence Thirteenth I ,
Passed! By ( tp some time. a' on I! memory around' her unforgotten tomb. I money order funds, embezzling postal ;

I Street at abou L one o'clock this morn I funds,
The CAB pany after this went to arms One poor consolation remains to the embezzling postage stamps, ana

Rifles Last NightBEfOREEXPERIENCEDMEN> In the donpetltlre drill. which It held ing. ,.stricken onet-tat nothing that love i also the larceny of $100 In cash, sent Nominated'
:Mrs. Tatum i ad for a long time been ,! for'
monthljj lor a medal, and which was could suggest or money secure wen.. delivery to another party. ,

I finally wof by private Robert Simpson a sulfE-reI'.n I to those whose loving'spared to render the days of her Illness There had been complaints regarding .

( after a hsird contest watchfulnew 1 ad long noted the Inexorable as endurable a< possible. Change of this postoffice for some time abel ,

Dancing was then taken up and con- signs of fading vitality her climate the pleasures of travel loving : a short time ago while the inspectors
tatted n.Ul\ a late hour, thorn Indulging\ death comes not wholly without prepa service trained nursing the ministrations were Investigating, the building la McEACHERN

spending one of the moet pleasant ration. Yet hope, springing eternal I of a physician who added person which the postofflce it located was destroyed -
struggle! hard for the mastery and
br fire.
1 evening! ever enjoyed here. i Interest to professional skill supplemented -

t- The +Ocert left -this morning fordytoa when at last be la expelled from the i i by other medical experts-all All of the Government property was .

Regulations and TactfcsAJJotaaKkoeral ; ) where they will Inspect the heart the emptiness and despair he heI j i were hen la tie unavailing struggle i reported by the postmaster .to hare The Chairman of the Senator'sCampaign 1

to Army I y at that place tonight after leaves behind Is as terrible as If
bad never _taken up his abode In its j I all human endeavor burned Including the carious fund Committee Gives Oat '
(foster and Unit.CoL { which i hey will keep on up the east so often proves fu- i ) i iiI

Wit, [iloelng I at Jacksonvlle a few chamber. So today those who loved ;I, tile.
I. U. S. JL Pot local this good and noble woman are bowed Interesting Interview in Which j I
Non was
days hence. Mrs. Tatum bora July X IKS. I
with a grief as poignant at If the had I ELECTED.
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at Rome. Os.ISbe: was the daughter. Reasons Are Cited for'His Confidence
Coopaiy, through; Severe, TestDrBJtecepOo I pPILL 8END TROOPS., been stricken la the fall glow of life of Colonel and Mn. C. 0. Forsyth. of Newport News Va. April 15.-Offlcen -

r: n-- fend health. for the ensuing year were elected
fiat II the First
Davce.Tta that city mother !died when shewas Primary. ,
i lad ( 'blL 8. C.. April IS.-It It poe- During the most of the yean of her if K the session of the Southern Supply
quite young girl, and apoa her
//I I silexpense! Ieabout I 1,000 of the State married life grim .disease. followed on devolved th e duties and responsibilities and Machinery Association at follows: 1

e her footsteps and pala was almost her President. Peter K. BI w. Knoxville:
'T' troops Will go to Mantstt in September of carlsc for the younger children
: constant companion. Yet to meek, topatient first vice-president, W. B. Kettle. Birmingham -
Jame P. Taliaferro .
always be
InspeeUoa. alcht of CompanyMiami for several days' encampment ail Living for others the was ai will ,*-* _
to uncomplaining to regardful ; TicevpTealdpnt. CH. j--
tl I staff the of U the first primary by
to declining: yean her father a majority
-kL., Rifle. W AaJntaaWJeaeral to be paid by the governsob.t of the comfort ot othen vas the Briggs Dallas; secretary-treasurer over"all "
the other
a mother' to the mothenesa children I candidate
F. 8. Ueataaaat-Colo- always that few who taw her M with i C. B. Carter. Knoxvllle. .
left la her arm During visit to Bar- Thin was the terse confident and r
tU4 C. ,8. N. reroatar. I Beyward hat received a letter Executive
Ml Stephen cheerful smile and the committee.George V. Den- '
i -i tunny presence emphatic Boa. H. A. MeEaoherm
ibo i tow Fla. occasioned by the hope ofImproving way
tired. wen a .w. sad m.altad Cen. H. C Cor..... the commander west. about doing good. suspected : .,. Savannah; G. A. Smith. Richmond
it Mr. McEachera U
drrlatotL her father health, and pot ehainaaaof .
la Captala] Jaadoa. hto offieeci of the AUtatie stating the sufferings the endured. Less to Va.: J. C. Doyle Nashville. sad E. L.
devoted anise the Taliaferro .
while acting aa his the -" committee.. ;
and a ea being. I eompllmeated veryably that K la desired, that some of the those whose Intimate aaeodaUoa madeIt Stream New Or...... ,F
I met Mr. B. B. Tatum. then a resident I and I* In position to know. If anybody ,
iutdpUae. ,
apoa their .ppap troopa of the State participate la the Impossible for her wholly to hide the of that place, sad the acquaintance The plans for holding the next coo- doe*. .

audition of the armory. book, eta joist field movement to be held at pains that racked her she sought to ventloa 'win ta derided upon at the '
Senator -
ripened Into mutual love; culminating Taliaferro will have a good .}
Tk tatpectioa ices held at the eon ManatBM la September, make light of her ailments la order closing eeealoa. today.
Twelfth Street la their marriage which took place at round uaaJorItJ'coattaaed Mr. hfc>
oT Artawj\ DJaad: that those the loved might be '!
MT sparedsorrow
djataaLGen.n.1 Rome. March 2." US*. I. Eachern.How big I don't know. For

sad waa conducted by RUNAWAY TRAIN nod anxiety on her account A Beside her husband, the leaves four PALACE several weeks we have known that the

roter aad CoLiNorrin.a potiUoa l with Captain them i. devout Christian the bore with Infinite brothers, promlaeat business mea of AT SEOUL Senator would win tat only recently 'i *<

Jaadoa oeeapyu patience and meekness the cross that
byHeaUitsnt Texas and one litter. MraJ c. Fred' hat It developed that h* would wm la
wall the .,..Pu1'" drilled was laid upon her by Him who chasteaeth : j
one contest, and now we are bending
ITher were thlr- Blackburn, of F uaIIdiaL Fla. v
< McComh. whom He loveth; a IoYlQ wife
our energies to make hit majority at Jr
la thf rank ,and Ale and the made her home haven of Funeral were held at 4
ty-U men a rest
Ow Erie Road Crashes Two Section big and as overwhelming aa possible. !
they Bade, n port creditable appear- where no disquieting thing might enter o'clock thl, afternoon at tn* Baptist Totally Destroyed By Fire last Mght i tidal s
!li,1 perfect wave hat set In fir the *
.-. : t I fends. to mar the comfort of the husband church conducted by her be gved par Senator. *

| Tta oaly ertUdam made U criticism .tt '"',!.". to-whota.the..waa ee-.mrjr '-a toiu. M-.. J0E_ -Bow do
r.- I account for It? Why.oasy .
.It.m.-1Ie called waajla)'eoaaiane --4j :_ place of sunshine which the bravely oft expressed request that she be enough. The sound aad -
6f a few oC'the gunM that It was Impossible fought that her own sufferings might I burled beside her parents In the old I q
Justice of the
I people. Assault afterassault
their family ,
to Improve of account of not darken. cemetery at Rome tJa., near

wear and ace! ; Injure. a Colored riraiai and Does fa And her devotion her elf-nacrifice. I the hove In whl..h.abe. was reared. II'' Fke Caper* aid Srt Escaped-Of kv( and it has stands been aa made firm upon and his unshaken record

Both General Focter: land Colonel her lovely life bore rich reward. Never tn accordance with this wish, the remains I
(- SIll GlataJaps and as soundly Democratic ..
; today
pleated the a drdTsocattdfclanWortirfDamagell will be carried to th.| ( o'clock i
Norrin were) |-.ui ;with was a woman more truly lo"ed-1ot the record of .01- Democrat In Con-

almost faultless, manuel j executed by t ColI'S II CIs. only by her own family, but by) all train tomorrow morning, a
the a ea. aad| commented 'upon the who came within range of her gentle Rome at about 11-on: L uf.i Sunday, i! the Senator bar. conducteda ,

....str of drilling I often tad tealUly. Influence. Idolized at a wife, [her I where amid the scenes of beij girlhood, I. II t clean gentlemanly
o A company. they! uld cannot physical sufferings were more than she will be lovingly laid to !rest I campaign. ,
taunt and abuse flung at him were :
.. } toe perfect' In thla respect, although Scranton: April 15.-Three lives were Compensated 1 to such a nature at Hers. )(. F. B.I Paris April 15.-A caple report) received enounh to proioKe :
1 any man to Intemperate -
Miami Rifles fcboJed _high: degreed here fro n the foreign office says i I '
/1U military lost and one hundred thousand dollars -, -- I.r.rtl8Ie: !: but Inspjte! of it all.
;Th this ; the Imperial palace at Seoul Corel ,
uaeit I i damage done by a runaway coal train SAVAGE IGORROTE3 JOYOUS. be has a, tnl aa1 spoken with a dignityttiriK :
deportment and newlce.The I was rompl.teld..troed by fire, which i:
zed courtesy C! n felted! State 11
company wa* :; the on the Erie Railroad near. Rork Island Relatives of th-Dead Informed ay began last evening alI:: lasted through '
Watched Dog Feat In Prospect on Their Renervation :;omatol$ representing Florida Is t thehalls
entire maavej aad|I was closely{ -i Junction today. Commanding Omcer. the D.lgh Only ruins of the palaceremain.
World's Fair Grounds.i the Senate That tiling
noted Ute aspertlng ifficers.aa'd >> i ; Ii lc | 1: r
sad {by Fifteen j loaded cart broke loose on alone bas brought )thousand of the
fun text of they report Washington. April 15.-A full i The and escaped .j
while the report { ljmlx. Kmpror su toi I 1
{ i a steep grade and run back eleven i AcrdTber, U great *elf-rpir|>ectiBg voters of the State to T*
win not ta known for some time\ therp" of .the Mimourl diiiaster bat reachedthe Joy In the Igorrotelreservatonat I n.--a-ljy( refuse. Tile re,ort mentions ..
miles, colliding with two locomotive : the join IIIJdl'r his standard and to speak
out sufficient Information to show Navy Department from Admiral. I WorkTs I The 10 ln+ of;l.fe nor doer It Mve.the cause
Igo.-rOces'ar koi.ukto I nut for him in
that the company thid come of to all drawing another train up the grade Barker. It 8&7tII.t twenty-four mea ', have a dog feast for which ,all ar- I i of, th0 lire, but recent political !unrest j jr i "The wiw of no fair uncertain play of the voice people .

expectations considering that It la one la the rush down the train killed two and officers were killed outright b) an =I ncseroe-U;: l.:-. Uioa uau; 1 -aa.iital. ; Lets! to the fear II I'of Florida it offended too. by the 1

of the youngest military organizations section men aad at the foot ,of the explosion of the 12-inch gun la the r Six delicious dogs were tethered to that the!; destruction of the palace was clearly evident! alliance between Jmnjnpi .

la the State. I after turret and that two men the w brk of the rebellious element
grade crushed the fireman of the Brat ill stakes In the reservation today and a-ad SI "Uon. Neither of these
The Inspection lasted until after 10 probably die.Admiral I II I IR
carefully guarded by the savage Igorrotes expect to win In the first
o'clock and oa this[account the recep- engine.! Barker's dispatch read as from the SSIA GRANTS REQUEST. primary; ,
Philippines. It could both bpi>e to I Iw la a second primary.
i planned for the visiting j officials I follows: : not be ascertainedI! Port Arthur, April IS.-Tbe naval
where the does and each; hopss that If he In In ijfronatirimanr
Colonel Saaadert and Colonel Lewiston. Mont.. Aprfl 1L+oThe Ant Secretary uyt'ashlacton\ : Five staff has no confirmation of lent night's
I came from but there they were,' and that the other will be aile to '
Xarmtaet and the member*| of thecompaay freight train in four. months arrived officers and twenty-four men are dead j each dog rumor that the Japanese bad succeeded : '
was given
I being a full meal I deliver the poocK The people of Flop.
at the Blscayn'*. 'wen lent her*; today. The city bat been cat off Two more cannot live, at a result. of every time he looked hungry to fatten IDI blocking the harbor of Port Ar- Ida dojit, IIkt to nee a man -dmibleteamedi :

abort after which aa adjournment. was 1 an explosion on) the Missouri. Three I thur. ]
from net if the world by snow. him quickly. By common consent only It's human
the I nature not te like
takes to Agricultural Ball whereaa I, rounds had been fired from after!112.1 four nerved The Grand! Duke C'rlil. being taken t t
arrived twoweeks does will. be at the feast, a iythlig) that! bm't fair play
: train
Indulged In i np The ant passenger Inch and hell had been seated '
Impromptu dance was gun to Russia at the command of the Em-
of :
beauty two, saving their live "Wbf do Itear say that the alliance Is
hour 'ago.BHRRBLENNERHAS3ETT. and two section of powder rammed I
to a late peror.
I I They are a water spaniel and a tkye and manifest* For the simple
However many dtlxens and a large I I 'I home when the explosion 0Ct'Wrred.1.I terrier. The I The Admiralty authorizes the Aiwo-
other four are Just ,plain reason { that :hy are as alffCtioDatesa
number of ladle gathered at CASE.Original killing every officer and ... doggy doga elated Press to deny the claim of Ad-
th.iolll- II two ,oppo|nK' candidate well could
and received introductions 10 i I turret and all but three In the band- GOT. Bunt miral Toga that the Japanese sunk the Inffirmed |
who haa
I I charge of thelcorrot. be. I m-n that they sleep
cers, pared and received compliment ) ling room. The collUD&DcIIIIC'olllcer .. battleship Petrovpalosk. The officials>> .I to'j I
Papers Will be! Exhibited atSt stated tonight that the humane i jether.|i ride IJ>IIPther: talk together I
i half
most delightful bas informed the I I
and enjoyed a relatl"TII.I! declare positively that there was no
I [ society cannot Inerfere wth the and eaeh has nothing but
'I j Louis.J I !: good; word
hour before adjourning to the. dance | names of the dead are iu follows: i i I engagement except the torpedoboat deVtroyer .
J I' 1 I Ij prepared feast aa the reservation It to say !of It looks to be
patsed i among the I II Ueut. W. C. Lieut. th"'loth..r. .%
_ha L Cigar were ; Davidson Junior I 1300 i fight
Rlfhnhoad yards outside the city limits, which caw off| 'If you can't vote for
... mea and light refreshments | Va., April ;15.-The Federal grade) E. A. Weichert, Lieut of Marines :i I aho precludes Russia has formally acceded to the for me. vote ,
interference by the mu- him. Ob< yen. Ita true that they 1
served the ladle | : Department of Justice haa made J. T. P. Gridley. Midshipman nirlpal authorities Japanese request to allow six hundred had i
I 1 I I j I He further stated violent and angry debate at
At Agricultural Ban Colonel Xar- United Court W. E. T. Neumann and Thomas I Japanese refugees and the consul and 1
application to tile that Clear
war"-I arrangements had been"made satisfactory rater or somewhere down In thatnectlonj
mines latrodneed Captala ;Qorbett. of Jr.; boatiwala'a .mate first-class. staff of the island of Sakhalin, return -
here|:for the nee of the original papers to the officials of St Louis tp {, where they railed each other
General Foster staff who made a Peterson; seamen W. 1. Bogard. N. to Japan. They wll be taken In a
and catchy addreea. la the trial of Aaron Burr and his a.so- R. H. :Alison Seamen county within the confines of which all kinds of things and accused eaclaotb..r
abort tat witty ; Ordinary a neutral ship which will be arrangedfor
1 the dog feast win be held and the Ig- of all sorts of sin of
B* thanked the member l of Company data Blennerhassett. In; the celebrated C. Rice. C. J. Klllen. J, Cedrit J. orrotee will have by the Washington authorities omissionand
one grand feast commission. But
on that
L sad the people of Miami:,etpedany fase In which they jwere charged F. Kennedy J. P. Starr. J. C. Nana I, baked dog and through whom the request was presented was the
sweet potatoes. The only one I
the ladles, for the Interest; manifested with,treason In'1807. An official It to |I C. B. Meyer R. C. Tobin and J. W. and secured. presume they got together
I I I date of the feast will depend the and said: 'Here, this
upon do.
ta O* officer and their visit here,,together theEdt'f for the pnrpose of securingthe 1 Cole; coxswains J. Bloxopolout and H. I "- won't We are
rapidity with which the 'tour dogs helping the other fellow. So
with U* support and eaeourage-. 'papers and only ..alu an order i B. Franks; Landsmen H. S. C1Ierbuth.B. fatten THE SAME AS SPIES. they
I lied
I np a truce
and the
seat given the local military organ- of, court which has been'prepared and J. Mulligan and 3. M. Roach; electricians I Washington April IS.-Russian government has white flax
'I been
''i 'I flying on their
will, be signed tumor row. authorizing I< ever
-r. .nmeron* bouqneU. their '!'transfer. The papers are to be :'gunners: mate P J. Braun; private 1 I, correspondent using wireless with the dove and the olive
branch '
M touched upon poUUee 4d the fact I made i] part of a historical exhibit bythe I 1 I marine. W. L. Shlpmaa; apprentices, Stayed In All Proceeding By Fedvrv tele l
that General Foster Ins (eandidati for Government at the 8t Louis ExpoaltKm '''second-clasa, J. C Hardy and P. R. Court Ruling. : aa plea and shot discussing records It

head of the Florida I mea' it the privilege and duty of a candidateto
reelertv at Oastler. The two who cannot live -
State Troop, and said that If the ladle are J. T. J. Donelly. 'ordinary ....... New York. April 15.-Edwin Hawley A SCHOOL SCANDAL disco. the record of aa opponent

F the State had a rote that he would STILL READY FOR SERVICE. and O. B. Moe. second-class. and Frank Ray filed a petition In the calmly fairly and courteously. It..

the came at returned to kla preeent j Barker." Cnlted States Coert today ,for a restraining Athens Ga. April IS.-Tbe State n duty; owed to the people for the people

... tat ..TM If they cant rote they Washington April lL-Rear-AdmI- order against receivers Miller Normal School Commission I* la tee- are entitled to the other side of

'can till papa, brother and sweetheart ral Cooper. of the Asiatic fleet cables J;I DIED PTINQ. and Taft. to !stay all proceedings lathe lion here and hat under:consideration 'rcane.. Thee two gentlemen

What to do on election j days. and that from Cavlte that Lieutenant Chandler matter of aa examination growingout the difference existing between President however, confine themselves to aataflIng .

they win lie very apt toy)do it. too. > with I the torpedoboat flotilla. arrived : New York April 1J.-One man was of the failure of Sully ft Co. Branson and Miss Parrith. a the record of Mr., Taliaferro, of

General Foster followed and gave avery there' yesterday after a fifteen thousand killed and two girls seriously tamed The motion will be heard oa the 18th member of the faculty The session which we are pleated a* It brought oat

IneliacUie talk M'military rpj. -. ,'mile mn from Hampton Road- and eight person Injured by aa expto- last. and until then It a ruling on this win last three.,.*. It to believed that the fact more emphatically that h.*

plte f j.... dings !!pertaining to aad that an the crafts are ready for I! alas today .. dying. establishment" laBrooUya. motion all proceedings la Sully matters one or both of the parties win haveto doe 'thing la /Congrea Bat a* ta ;

.. ..I Be esrvleat I will to stopped. I '
sating aa.' perfect I ; .' leave the schooL: (Ooatiaaed oa Fourth Page.)

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DI&ECToBT Abernethy. J. C. King '
GENERAL Ashnr R. :r. E.LaSalle. 51PLE BALLOT H. ROSSEAU. -

STATE O>riCERS,, Atk.iuru II F. ". UUeffler. J. HAYGOOD. .n}....

.4.Trbor-W. s J.tiatHK 0 W M.lush. C. D. i I. I. HARDT. Mra. C. Petersoe m Lake Sty To-
stnsH.C Craalqrd.lBptraUer
NKTrten ( ......! A. :Il"LUKIN. peta Kauu, "Of all t> !
-Ak>Ua. C.( F CGurdine. McDonald. J. r1 1 I says: s.-aosg
Tre.sarar-I'. \ ......n. i iAOucnrtbrnrral i 1
W. t. HARP. I remedies Ballard'a Horehound >
Waynard. Srnp
J. B. WhM-W i '\ U. ;
UBrraUvKdrul '"l fuklu IuiwtoB-|, ... ,8) ingtu E. T.I'rrltt.: Z. T. Partial List. of the Candidates I I t W. A. FILER. la my favorite; It baa done u4 will .
L r..fn"ivirif %m.*.!t,nre..k; K,5lrlA4).tamuratYiaJ ,' ".; i Bra'ly.E L. Muller: G. I be Voted For in This D. LEFFLER. I do all that I. claimed for It-to speedI _

.,.ard ol liu-trr. iBternal C K. ''j.y..J: llaley.; D. M. 'I.HII.t 1..... H. to I ; w. J. SHONE. i By cure aU coughs ud colds-and It Is

h.-tlK-w stern 6rarra'tt-ruof au4, t Cuff uuifitrul'vr.1U'-. .ttVr?,re fjUi ..A.""" Budge., H. C. Morse Fred S. Gounty at the Primary I { I C. BROWN. 10 sweet u4 pleasant to the tast.C. ...

e | Brossier' G. D. Moore T. V. I W. HILL :sc. SOc. $100 bottle told by Red
.... EJuJlif"Tin.. lio>* of
I.ry M SUIT, A
ae IM1.4 luMltalHu I4bfe.,MMI. WtluY.Tlw ....n..r F. W. MrKlnnon. G. ABlackman I I -
.......... <.r....'
4.t.d .. ate! 1. Alt iTM-y E. V. N llIOn. Edwin
... \O4UII.-MNKr' h4 ArnrJlt.urR $.U4 .ape Perk. R..1. I II I- I I ; j I I Meats and Choicest Poultry'
"::,ij( ';::'-!r.Vh'.t.! ........,. Wrttl Challle. W. H. I I r I
/.4 W.Cheatham. .
14 .a... ,."........!......,..,.01.4: ".....ts.rr .....' Cohen. I. Prout W. <'or the Information of the DemoI : ..S- GO TO .>
.. .. .. ; S. Irarrisb. '
.tA... 'to (,"...ID....aiW-k E. K...et J. H. Patterson I cratlc voters of the county a .ample I !
I Oonrad. J. A. Allan R.Cl'OfIland. j ballot U printed ''belo.., containing t H. liaulerson & Co'S.
r I -CPKtMECOI'ltl JI'aot !" W. :
Rhode, R. .
I : J. G. uartlal lint of the candidates to be yt \ I ,
-if, t'ill..., t.blrl J..otde. ,I P. C. ROM C. J I
dark. .
.. II. astir Ai'wria'r J"1x114.labrjr. .....,.,,. 0 '' Reilly. J. B. ed for at the coming primary.'There : Street; ; and A.vo. Dw
..Ill. Aa..te t Drake Cast onDouglas. ; add U .
.Nee .. will be other names to
.la '* th | "< .
'-lUK-XMMn an; { Dr. W. B
Rush I i
(* r J uilffr* + W.I* 4 He 4Miff ''Ieu the time doss not expire |
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N + r ia I Il J. K. f Rumpb Edw.Raulerson.
::Ut In which candidate may qualifY! Full Line ofFlorida
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E.\il' ..* C. H
l. > > Brwln W. W. .
f J ana have their name put on the ballOt.,
r. u. J>oe< f.. T.llUlrrro' J*'. .......,II" I Bnloe. Dr. G. Rumph. Geo. I Tbe ballot when printed for use at : [ !i and Western Meats.
t Earn MeplM: K.-ll..>nifenutt>..afWw Prissell. G. C t Safford. U B.
I lection will be more than twice u
I t:. zj. "' : Flanagan. R. S. Sewell. E. G. be I the meat business here in April, 1896.
J I long as this one a* here are to be rul
bmrlrt ;>.... "ItJ."I&t E" U--- Frederick. J. S. I Saxelbr. J. G.
!I lie
g..t Mot*. if. &0..l., B. I I fiulzner (;. F. I between each name and blank "I
Krans. J.
F_ .ee..d l..........-11..... |B. M.BB .p.r'... on which to write other names. I
;.. Ba. Gerlack. A. P. Smith Jullut .

w .{ sAlLkt 1 1'1{}'ADlvyltI I lJiSloIIEas.M Glrtman.. C James.. R.Gautier. I Stoneman.Sulier. A. I F.:. B.tlotrph ','I Voters. a cross can mark begin(Xt practicing r before the on nan marieg ; Wilson's Novelty I

| Ufni. V0airraa.P for which they iwutli
k Bruvoe. Ky T. N. Shanahan. M. 'of he candidate
LB, Burr,Liltlc lutiir.T, j
J.L K.i..'!.J"ri-r.r ; Graham. S. Sewell. Johoparthalde I to vote. I '"i.V"OBXS:
LGjau..l .d....... (irk l ;if'
t .Kkioanrnl a a4. ulBr o( tb. .*/d. C. H. Seymour. R. H. I Is now Ik operatloa and ready to receive ..
....-. ] i I ramling. J. C. Sawtell. J. P. I ]I Ii order

f J iL f lCOYYIitt1JAER; i Gallatt. F. Shaw H. B.OaaUer. i For United States SenatorWILKINSON FOR ANYTHING IN

a B. Bellllj. Mltial. R. B. 1 Taylor. R. R. CALL. WOOD NOVELTIES.

I A. U.Glrtman. Turaage. 3.1. I WILLIAM 8. JENNINGS.J. .
I (KNA'I Uk t>l+TRICregrbr.ettlg : 7! Orlfflng. Window and door screen*, window ( .
I Jw W. H. Tatnm. B. B. N. C. STOCKTON, \tI ,
rent+, Y4 D 4Hoa. and dot frame, store fixtures stair
I .. X. .........."Palm.,Brack. | "1M. I work. Inside trimming of all kind*.
Hill. U E.
r- L Dt>E: c.>tilT|:; REPkCSEMTATI':&. hunter J. G. WatBon. C. H. I I For Representative In Congress-SPc- R. S. WI SO N Fi f

brio_ 'rt--t R ru?.._ brriCIBU."f! I Nil!. William. Whorton F. H. ; and Congressional District CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I

!t7 IUDCkO4hTT'' Hetberlncton. H. White E. U I J. E. ALEXANDER

'-Alf 0 idge-A1.Us!; L ikefMT. ; MaueiC Heyaer.. A. E. Wall. T. A. :. J. M. BARRS n.*>* asn.rltctncaTTOSS.

to' ant.?!AlKTSM treed...."T.BB ti.aa.ien ksowuer MiaaitiVrk of I-, Hall. W. W. Wh..,.. H. T. I FRANK CLARK. : i -
.. rtwuaaut ....>v. ; O. A. ,
DwrbBrt 1 ;i iCVktvyr j Hahn. F. W. Worle,. CHARLES DOCGHERTT.
*.rlB--Joh.yroh -'" Ki.rL;,
( .|T"us-rnoej.{ J. Hsldee. fac! Hughe W. D.Homer. ; WlUon. J. LWoodworthv I W. P. WATSON. Build ?
Going to
f .._ ; L. Ll j J. W. J. IW1iM ,. I t tIf
aa.s.ndTarr.-R. *...lth. Nt.e.wrrrC. I
*! .U............. MlMnk I IJ I ,Jone )(. E.Kolb. >n.: Cojrt-3I
laatr.... F. r srtlcenf. Supra n i
Iw-LT.t_B<:T Mreetarsde.a......a.sae.a't of L... -dine.' { A. J. R.f8. I. I I Tears so, or ii you Need building material of i any-;.;
-.. .1 c-at _.. !......... 'II" -- 1 1I .
r' IMDIIart,euu-a.. N e.t f.ls kearBfP.aiak .CA. I K. F. TAYLOR. kind you should} not fail to see ,
.r. Joptlet; &. ... .ebo..id.l ratlin.. A DANDY FOR .
- J.Maew.u, Vtaail. Ik A.I litho.,. C aaaj
'. _i K.V. Imrkan, Clerk. u ..rd,Lsa/// f I For Justices of Supreme Court (Voi .
I'! OF';.'EHJ1I'Tu!{ Jrnjcu! Dr. Bergin. Eli o. IIL, writes: "I i for three)-
0Utf1n McDonald & Co.
,CI&ct'lri j[ I hare used Ballarjd's Snow Unlmen: I II I R. & COCKRELU 4 I' :
t ,t.W.rlU D.fr sad 1 WbOMCVIT << .. reuatky.) ilwayn rWommeofled It to my friend i
Jon,.. Tftwrl .. I T. M. 8HACKLEFORD i .
t'% 'Ja4e'-Ulnae* u I am confident there Is no bettiy "' ,
KO..UUM Alx-rerj- If.girs.' I J. B. WHITFIELD. ,
ekrk M C.af--L C DeuhorL )h.nE. made. 'It Is a dajn d! for burna. ThOM .
s. Lumber. Latlte.''S1t1..I., Jo.l4llf.,Casings, Brick UBM,
Fall rnnaf Cirr M
Coarte.svtr.4Flr Uab
I:; )I......,. aI ter varth = j who lire on farm are especially 'I'I 1 I Cesscat Plaster. Hair. Etc. .
Ipn.r.r- o* Fin MadT, *ttl fouiCOCSTTf to many a"dfll! I cats, bams, brulwy For Governor :i Tards u.es.A"D"'I.' Oe.H
...u, t.Aprtlt N! B. BROWARfi,
I which heal rapl< I when Ballard'Snow I II .J ,_ __ -
DADE; CUCRT.C4Hir j Unlment ala{ applied. It mould C. M. BROWN.R. :

*Jad. AUurwr-.IIr.-.>E.. T.Hrrwr kudm.VtamtrwnitiD Ml.at.WiMrr always be kept li.< the house for cam i W. DAVIS. ,I I '
T r.-Klr. MoiNUy IK 4a-u ). : D. H. MAYS. MEAT MARKET:
Ir.1I..I.-F.... Mn 4ar tn April. >f ..merg.ory.5Oc.o.. $1.00 bottle. :
..._T__"'"* ) -', U July. For sale by Red jCroas Pharmacy.Iw >. I
t. "ber. |
Yosday ra
tdl TTr.-rust I
r "cr Secretary of State- 'I
QKL, NUOFFIC.6Ai I.,4t'ILWL i J. E. BROOM : lines of Florida and Western :Meats. Pork

r HJCkibk.W :' _..... -
Hams Poultry
1 Sausage
! Re.tat.r.iHCtB I etCj
"f" ttt.IW1Nn.ns. ; B. F. KIRK. .

: c..r-r.AT.nwC ..d Tik .wren I
I Pt..ewlM e.rry ..0.....' .rrlag at 1 1 Vloc e1', ,... ..... HaWax. Itv.rytbl.i T... Far Attorney General "l't.
.... blial .c U ..Hnrk. H ptM You! .
tkleair rr feaa r. ELLIS .
f .... .t* p .. Prarrtrrrtiuget Pays W. H. ,
11 wed autbt ''' T:''' All ar.eurtlla.ty,ktW. fw' raiv ui<';d V Uiilon| wa diie.onty A. ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS.: S. MORSE .
j' : 11", i..etastras. Pas" I M1CC'.t liy rofeosor Duvet ,
trnitn ... r.4 ""na. 't.'.<,trI'tr 4.C.IM1IP..r. .- .. of .
-rnlo':1h1l ktwrtmeut
of TI?
... _h..M_ iNrt
g. .s. .11 rd _: ..u" 1ay ...._". at Jjo a. m Cbit.o uuientity says a dlnpatc For ComptrollerA. -
P gay....wIIlte.'I.I! !'. E.. +..... 'm-. s...' I flow 'UUucu.l I C CROOM.'or I ESTATE'
> M.w.
..t p. Ir+tasIwP.Ot..C.m.IFt1.. ,I'a_ >iifr.....r Ihirrnport said Ilbe Amerlsin ,

.. L r..-li"' ...". Conwr 1,.."... a ...J II" I J.irtli rate would anon be almost State TreasurerW. I 0I .

......- ehlatat15krk 'a. ... 1 luad.'ti.l Mitblns; :i* aml with that of ECnpoan I V. KNOTT.'or .
....., I'reaektag at 1 p R. I f
54t I it
Cor. and
f..nb. ss i. ..; :Jank.rlpwort: nnllona If UKprevent, luxury ; Office: up stairs Ave. C tb St.
I '
rwrtlnr .liiMk lonie 11 f.l l I' kept up (If' IncreasnI."Anvrlfnos I
Prayrt -
L..ras of Public In
: State Superintendent
.. e..Itag: ;tdo : *M f w lrt>"- will not have children I If i I I Dade Co. Florida.
I, L.. "1Paotor.. ID trnctionW. ,
bcjcnniHit afford to support tbetu
miesrw-s. f. f:_ Arc Rao B sad 1"1 M. LLOW A
H Y.
_-X..I... .....r.... t1 ..'....wok. avoda, I lu'ulrYr. MU the profeiwor. "They ba..I' '
......1.. .. is. P...alnf "..'....7.b>: we.tNe, i M ft lkmeery fanblon and spend ,; W.JN. HEATS.

_dayetralss' Llrtw It,.., .nl"""l1Od ....t Pnurrk at c.a.err irlwi |iJ lm-onit-4 of *3..mo a year will For' Commissioned of AgricultureB. !$
_..a"pa,D. k. Fru.,".. krrt.raa.artsaas. .. I tot nfirrr.V,nn today must barTerytjilnc EJ )tcLIN' '. :
trt sad Avs.o A I .
'._..,U....... ...... .... mbmtng At H'I'lod 11117 want. I i iI I I
.......,.,........, .1..1. i 111.i I -Ttie lulled Htatn will be swamped I FRUITS.
"tot ," F.", .I'"r. : the forrlcii element .. a result of F or Railroad Commlwloner .
t" wermae ... u"... ..."f".. (.-. >l Mr I $< undttun.s'- B. L. MORGAN. : tt u aDd Fertilizers.rRP! VCGCTABLC
A fuCnrrt sat I .4 ..>l any .tree' ---- I I
.. Z-llS, ... w. t.**rr 4u""|.T 1 .
MIAMI BOARD 1 JF T1LADB.Prirttlefit. I' i{ For Adjutant-General Trade
AKES A CLEAN SWEEP. Yachting a Specialty
'fl! J. (5: R. FOSTER

1''iIt tM' _. .1 f- I ALLEN. THOMAS.

F |tBmrd QMe 'i'. Moore.fI There's nothing, like doing a thin I' I L. &
''V Pri :. LummrarT. I' I Brady C04
S. Vr ., :honoaghly. Of;ell the Salve you eve For State Chemist-j:

awrer. A; ValutaJovtirn eardj of. Bucltlen's. Arnica Sal.I 'I R. E. ROSE.I :

ofT >r -| TV. )(. Brown. he.bt It sweeps! away and care I 1 I GR O CER.s.: '.

t. :M-H*... J. E. Lunjmu.. A. E. Hey. ,urns sores, bruises, cuts, boll, nl. Par PrealdentM[ Elefttors :*:o 4
; acs Prow,,1. Jhp B'I r h 41I' itT i: : llI.h" W. w. 1\1\\ hkln eru(I>tl3a and pile*. Itnly .., ; H. B. BAILEY. J V8. ID Z21t d. 'Twelfth st!

STAN ISO ts )1 TtEF.8. f.V. and g ararteed to give sat : T. A. JES 'SGS.J I .

t.AWs4n G. 1" RII: tt.....,.. S. LPo : ,-fartioa. By all drngglRta. 1 J J. B. C. KOONCE I '

........ UN I N!,- 8* mi ur. R H.; dw : i A. B. NEWTON 1
W_.-. O. 4. 1 .
--- -- I F B. STONEMAN.:
BRlttC fltY. fe' M.j' Backus FRoM I i I Iv
W. Hahn. Wf (f. Jl(; Frederloli. ( kF. W.% HAHN
.. J 8 i I I 1 I T Pe..ida Was Delightsd.'I ,' .or[ Ieipgates at Lent*. National Convention i

HEALTH JAN, "'TA!| T-J.r"_. I Pr|.-i ,>nl Roosevelt has tbe fl'PU-j' :i !

J X. Jr: froujt. W. W.: Enloe. OH tatin of telling as cry visitor I o T. J. APPLEYARDJ _wx .Aachic.et .sad :E1u1lcS.: s
Flanagan: 4 Klns. It M. i ,
Hattie R ; It'd his that he ii
; to
I turn Jre&'n \ J. HILLMAN.
P.IVfR8ND!! HAHI,' RIIGar'.IIot1"MI. u. ..tleli"orl iiilit-ixl"! to see hitti. .\ Xf'\1' J; : | I now have In my employ: one of n.
..*. 'H.; Huniph. Edr.ard. C.: rathm. I : CLAUDE L'ENGLE. best draftsman IB the South and BIB

B B: fthaiUihan'MRAtLRitA J literar\ nun' while waiting fo.ulnmr : A. P. JORDA.V.r. a better prepared than ever for furnlkIns -
S' AND: PREIGHTS- IU1 i iIIH : with thefii'l1 pr".i.knt
and detail
Ins for
r.....'. I:. t: Lerterv C. D.I I.ummuaj I "in ('cl;|'rr-wrl l Ins di.Wief of pans food bund
,E.: Ermtii' "'m. W- McDonald. J, A. : lm*'it. Ho KmkeO cha;rino!!I T.E., BRYAN [ legs, fine cabinet work. ate.

(")HARmK -I)>ln"r>n. K. T.: O
... II :{k,D N' Xlmanle*. C. L | CLEO A. STEPHENS.
Oo'\'Jt hail ,I If sally done la a first class planing min.
.AOP.IOlt.tfRE.-li..-'man. E. V ,: : rhTtfn' .r i'r. -ilrnt J: *IipJiHi -

M'_. ,..' II. Tatura. J. H.; G-t .ng, A. o ;rft'"+if... 111M. If i ".I..Iibt-t'd.; he f i 1 I i iit r Send me your order for door s an*

M : PV.J IK- II t trI4I Jft in
iriLDlXftS-Homer. J w.' virtnm-' the dour minute I wag I ConKremlonal District etc.. and =inead.
....tc. |r: Ref y. J. R; .....IL i I'I D. L. GAtTJJENl.
T.fM4w itli, :In m.- .\nnnut.: i '
John: HT'.Jr. H. .1\\ I D. N. BATCH ELOR ( Ml I 1
,. e MANI:1M: FRF.$4Fri..ell. G.... C.; ;'
T.' V : Conra i( J. A.: Rhodes njr I I T. S. ASDERFOS.J. j I II
oA' IIPtn.B i i 8.UJ.\RO'S HOtEIIOCXD SYRUP.itmerdiatcly E. T. BOWDES.r I

> CAT SA .l1Jr41... W. M.:: I --'

Hit ,W WJ i Oaultrr.! ttadmand. BJL relieves: hoarte, croupyoltttb. :Members. at Large State Commit- I A. Robbins & Co.
HDe, AN.: Haztlky J ,: "tltlL.
rattliBg. rasping
I-*: Kotf A. JriOXB. <' oppressed I
1 )fIG I a e k m a ft. E V. idj difficult b"atblocHeurr C. (Vote for thirteen.. ) I .

J. [V hll'rea W. W. FARMER.
'rrlt's. May fl. 1101r! I
EjsTERTB 1 +MCN"tu.Rl; """ W:'. Depository.
: ... Horehound Syrup for GEO. L. BAHL.
ijing Ballad'
Gaotbalde. )jC. M R iirADVERTlSINOTtfam. ,, I
"...l**. H. C ; ; I
'. ...i S.w.IL ".Im.- ri years, and have sever had. prep- a N. :MATHES.D. }' is r( m mbered long after price s
a. Set 8t<>.. .ratla'tha: baa gives better satiafar.ons (T. FLETCHER.N. I

sees: r. at Byto tafc.K.| rj T.'stttokwatt' ,.j' tI I;notice that when I cell a bottle A. BUTCH. | forgotten.

.E IV.; Ha rL-cta&. M. ; hey com brick: for mor*. 1 can ho.- K. B. RACLERSON. I
M Mat at member* BUrtertmjU > ,
'.aMtJ TM m are tr foOowa: !I II. Md,. retommead It." SSe We ILOO.M .. W. M. MILTON JR. Quaity Makes the Bargain.

I..... W.'" Jkckaom.( i;:JC,1dr.,1dr. by Red Cron Paarmacr. 1 3. )(. LAMAR.H. i

o i i L'.wftr' e Ttev' .JkV fcf' [olll4 .L Y ,., I L DODD. : 1St StxverC. ._-'_ _

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I a certificate of exemption for the two i INSPECTORS APPOINTED.


Mmrlna .nro. of Iowa. Boys Three

The professions i, In order to be qualified to vote at the Business Blocks.Th .

i Rules and Re ulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May primary election on May 10th or June j '
I 7. 1904 poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 meeting was called: to order bf

; lOt i and June 7th. 1904, in Dade County; must be paid on or before S o'clock P. Chairman filer In the city hall Miami.Fla .

I I l M. Friday. April 1904 (ten day before 1! at %.1$ p. m.. May llj; lM.

J.ttez.on eaATTORNEY j the first primary election). The following member were pretest

A)...u.. of tb. County DemocraticExecutive f law; and hall at once, forward the + la person or by proxy: Measrt Jonas,

AT LAW. Comm ttee for Dad. county. returns to the Chairman of the' County NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. Jones. Potter. Lymaa. Kung B.M.

Florida. was .held at Miami. Florida I Executive Committee. FIler Burteshaw and Klrkmaa.
la an......SIMs aM /..dssslaawaia Notice Is hereby that the
Win srMMes < on the Utfi day of April A. D. 1XM. The assessment to be paid by \b..arlo.at ; given I Upon motion Mr. Bull was electedacing .

Laa* TIUa.raBosarr.+ pursuant to adjournment. candidate shall be a* follow: Book ojt Dad County for secretary. I .

.--l.-, The following amended i call for a Representative ....... .f...... |1( 00 I the primary election to be held May 10, The minute of the last meeting wen '.

primary' election :was adopted, to-wlt Senator .....,...... ...f...... IS 00 1904. will be opened In the several read and approved.The .

t. 8KAOOS. M. D, Notice I II hereby given :that there Sheriff ...... .........j.} ..... SS 00 I election districts of Dade county FlorIda call for primary was amendedas

p* '* '! : j will, be a Democratic Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 .' on the 29th day of March. A. D. follow: ..

Onto wna B4 Croat P naMJ. tlon held In the several election dtotrlcta Tax Assessor ...........t...... 2000 1904 and will be closed on the 2

._,._..._,av Wa I IMUJU. iC Stn | of Dade county, Florida on May 'Tax Collector ..........)...... IS 00 I, day of April A. D. 1904. A motion vat made by Mr. Kirkman

FLORID 10th, 1'19 4. and if necessary, on June County Treasurer ......j...... 20 00 Tha following person are hereby 10 nominate county commUsrooers:

I 7U>: 1904, for the nomination of all County Judge ..........r...... 15 00 appointed .I-....'. "-.I.r.lt'o 1\('.:rsVr and members of the school 1 board by

n. Democratic candidates State and county County Attorney .............. 10 eoSuperlnendent tl.e r>ve vl l -rTvii district, tlI )- lifttrirts Same was debited by a

Ds I. IL lACDOB Ii : to be voted for by the Democratic of Public Instruction I wit: i j vote of C to 3. .

orttc: I IMEBLOClL I electors I at the General Election to beheld i ...... ... ........ 6 00 Number One Stuart-W.! G. Parks. A communication from f-meeting of
HOTEL AVm. D.atLUd. I November" 8th. 194. and to appointed County Commissioner ......... 5 00 | Number Two. Jupiter RJ) E. L. Me- candidates held In Miami ay 1. IfrU.

TWBSDA.DR by the Democratic Governorof Supervisor of Registration.... 500 I Farland. -l I I, wag read and discussed b candidates
the State between the date of hold I before the committee. Finally
I Number Three West Palm Beach-
Member of County School B'rd. 1 00
ing such|primary election and the holding < E. H. Dimlck.Number I the following Inspectors clerks and :
I Justice of the Peace.......... 1 00 :

W. .B. RUSH of the primary election ,A. D. 19M. Constable .............,.:.. ... 1 00 Four Hypoluxo (Boynton) polling places were decided upon for : .
and of a Democratic candidate for the following prrcll<'ta. ,
Office S-mb street 'Pbone t M. County Fish and Game Warden 1 00 I' Cullen Pence. & ;
BH14e.101.h Street 'and Afenue United State Senator to be voted for All candidate 'are required to file a Number Five Delrar-H. J. Sterling.Number No. Inspectors, Geo. McPherson I :I ..

BT-on.T,-iR. by the Democratic members of the Legislature Six Pompallo-z' Cavender. Ernest Stypman, J. M Eaais; cl.......
LA. I written application to have bit name ,
.UIII., of the State o fFlorida, at IUsession I H. W Hetwey; pulling place, store 'o! f fMiss
appear upon the official ballot, on I Number Seven Fort Landerdale. f fj

t. W.'BACXU8' IliA. D. 1905. blanks furnished) by the Committee, I M. Marshall i Walter Hitching.
. The following officers are to be nom j No.lalpt'Cton., E. Edwards J. B.
dg, r''' C'r.ISpooeltieatlo. j accompanied with the fee* above set Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ires.Nnnher .
inated at said primary election. to-wK: I War Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. Miller -
... sad o.t&lI. Made forth with S. L. Patterson Secretary Nine Lemon City-Wamn i
.ryas.. 1 United States Senator. polling place school house.
Buildings of,\:1: Kladl. FineReaidenoea of the County Democratic.Executive I Mitchell I
f. ,1 Representative In Congress. SecondCongressional | No Inspectors.. H. L. Hillier L.
a Specialty. Committee on or before the 21st day Number Ten. MI.mt-c. :D. Leffler. I
D. District. | W. Burkhardt, N. H. Butch; clerk J.
1315. of April. A. D. 1904. !
Orricc; (JAVEXye Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove- '
Ii Justice of the Supreme Court for the W. Comstock; polling plane, club
This April llth, 1904. A. T. Carter.
I :i full term Of six fcT | house.

Ds s s c)3A>rsa, I ] Justice of tie Supreme Court. Attest: W Chairman.A. Filer Number Twelve, CutierD.C.BroWlLoNumber No. Inspectors.. W. H Cox. C. A.

I Governor. Thirteen Silver Palm-C. Mall Jess Daughtry; clerk C :I...
George P. Bull.Secretary
DENTIST.MIAMI. II Secretary oC State W. HUL Peace; polllag place school house.
t1M.hlW, j.'waD c'iii- .-,- aroll. I'1'1.' Attorney-GonaraL QUALIFICATION pro OF VOTERS. Number Fourteen Dee-n>ld-O. W. No. 5-:{ Inspector, J. E. Chambers i

Sullivan. I. B. Ta\or.; T. M. McRae I
YLOIBDA.1'omt.Seekers t Comptroller I First PriDw'r-T1IeadAT., May 10.Ilk ; clerk H.
I 1 Treaa trer. This March 12. 1904.A. P. Hodge.! ; polling place school house. ,

T. CARTER No. Inspectors... Z. Cavender. Jan.Umstead. .
1 Superintendent of Public InstractioaJ \
t Second Primary-Tuesday. Jui T
{ 1 Supervisor ReginratioA, Dad Co. Fla.I R. 1. Saxon; elect W. B.
1904. J
1 Commissioner of Agriculture. Cassels; polling place Hardee's store.
You win find"li to your interest 1 Railroad Commissioner. JleetJoa(09imller' No. Inspectors, R. A. Bryan. W. .;.

to call on me before investing. 1 AdJuUnt-OeneraL I. 104. I L. Brackwell. D. O'Neal: clerk. Trash 1-='

Furnished !honaes and room to I State 'Chemist The registration' boob for the primary I II CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ Stranahaa; polling place Straaaaaa's. :

rest. Real bargains in real estate. 'i the .1ect.IOD'1I1U be opened In each e new baiL '
Judge of Omit Court. Seventh
city and country. Insurance' tazea. r.' election district In this county on Anaoaaes.ate No. Inspectors.. H. Padgett J. K.Newlan .
attested' to. 1 I I Judicial Circuit. win be Ineirtii m the
ioljeetiona) March 2>. U04.. and will be kept open Dally and weekly MetropoU for tea dollars J. W. Ive; clerk R. Cothroa; 1.
special license aathorixitg State Sever tt Judicial c
have a Attorney
all kinds legal tranof *- every day. Sunday excepted. ants the or la either edition for eve doOan. polling place, school house.
mC to prepare arenit :
fen re4l estate fcofi f ]* Prosecuting 2Cth day of April. !JOt, at which timethey candidates for County Comadssloaenaad No. 9--Inspectoa. J. 8. Pardue. A.W. L;;.:
Attorney. members ef be school board will hecharged !
Prompt wul be closed. i UMM amounts. I Cromartle. J. a Peters; clerk J. B. !
att4ntion.C. State Senator. Thirteenth Senatorial -VU
Co CAR L The registration book will not be! No unouncwiMot Insisted until paid I Pendleton; polling place school house .

Notary publ' Co District House| reopened for U. second primary: elee- tor. No. Inspectors., L. A. Oaborn, J. c
te* ATK. D.' 4 tik I ", 'OJrJ) sr.Reliable j ) Member:, of t the of Represent Uoa. fFOit ---=::::::: M. Burdine. Frank Jaudoa! ; clerk M. R F -:
1 Utlres.
t I > I All person may register who are COUNTY TRBACUREB. Kellum; polling place, city hall. '

Ii t.da.t..i.a. ,: I 1; County. Judge.Sheriff. I citizens whether they have paid their To the Democratic Voter of Dade Couaty. No. 11-Inspectors. Jackson Pea- r''O'k.
<< John MeKlnsle. J. W.
poll taxis ornot but
; they cannot vote Florida:
W.ClMAYNARD. | tlerk of the Circuit CourtCounty unless their pall taxes which be I hereby aat.oane myself a famndsts clerk Fletcher: Albury. polling place .

....D.ltst, I.rV **-1 I Assessor of Taiea. may for rlctkNt to tile offloe of Treasurerof Old Hardee houaae.
.legally due art paid as provided by
BUM lesnteij Fitted: [I i ifitc. j Tax Collector. law. Dade County. Itartda subject to tbs No. Inspectors.. W. A. Cooper J
t County Superintendent of Public In- will or a majority of the Donooratkivoters
saodsJt| .debteONALD POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. as will be ....-.. hi the Deaf Geo Stinehouser W. J Dougherty: ,.
Btrnetion. oeratle primary My M. last L"i clerk Ceo. W. Moodie; polling place.Brown "
Payment of .
: poll taxes for 1803 and
I .
1, Surreyor.I C. IL RAD1XR90N. A, Moodie's warehomie { ,
j I 1103 I* a prerequisite to
at all
GEO. Lo1 Me County TreMurer. I dw Miami, Fla. ; No. Inspectors.. Henry Cowman. .'
I aYlt T4ieeSerw.let ( County Commissioners. 'I! this EXEMPTIONS.The year. ---, I Ernest Mall Will Anderson; clerk, C ::

aid SaMlriaiac, U4. a ap.,(.aty: I Members of the County Board of A. E. HET8EB. i i ] W. Hill; polling place, school house ..*
following condition
I Public Instruction. [ I exempt Candidate forCounty No. 14-Ia.pector*. J. W. Saxon. W *
OOCOAKUTjORoil.| FLA.j) | persons from the { ;
of dw
payment ; capita-
1 Justice of the Peace In and for District Judge. II I E. Blanton. W. H. Slstrunk: clerk. J. ,r
: I Uod or poll taxes | (
No. 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 5. I. : I \ i C Holly: polling: place, school hou*. '
and IX ,First-Any one who has lost a limbIn FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The It was moved and .
J. A. DANK.at. 10.il.; 12 i carried that names
L battle. many friends and supporters of
1 Constable In and for District NOL I of candidates for members of the coun1 .
-WsnsSjnl tlrwe.rr the present members of the Board of } i 1, ..
.ie.t.ar.anna. ).. *- 1, ,t, 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. I. I. 10. IL 12 :Sec llld-Anr one who was 55 jean ty exerutiv committee be placed on
........ .. County Commissioners for Dade "
toihnrtajiw,.. I ). ,and IS.I of age on or before December 31. 1ML'Third county have prevailed them to ,I the recnlar ballot ,/_
( upon
....iIbM.J; 1 ... Presidential Electors. -Any one becoming of age (21 1 It was also moved and eared that ,.

046 IMt...... I i IU I IfOlEYSlioNEY 4 Delegates at Large to National Convention. years old) on or after January 1. UO&iI stand for re-election std hereby_present _- I I I candidates for game warden be placed. 1
: their oames, u follows: r. I
CAlchf'r. .
I I Fourth-Any one who had become a, the regular; ballot and the candidates !-
i George W. E ; ; )
Lainbart. R.
T District Delegate. resident of this State and county jnof for said office> be aiuwmwd f 1.A.).
R II '
U Member at Large of State Committee { after January 1. 1103.I McDonald, John Sewell and L. A. I )Ir. Johns, of Precinct No 1'handed 14In ';
1 j Belcher, to the voters kt the Democratic
Oafra Oeldsi rrwvsats P.SsIa If properly his resignation, as a member of the a
| registered any of the j I
i primary of May 10, 1904
i rnramittpe and the
1 County Meniber{ of State Committee. above can Tote at all election. State I : name was accepted

ARE YOUNorth GaiN 1 Member National Committee. I and county held this year, withoutpaying I I A rmt ... made and carried that
FOR SHERIFF.To I >< | \ clerks" be paid '!.II) per ;
1 of Registration. poll
Supervisor any or capitation tax.
Wes ? ( day. 101. ;
off 1 County Flab and Game Warden PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS& 1
the Democratic voters of Dad Coua- 1 | The meeting of the commute
t Member of Dade County Democratic ;Persons under the
following conditions I Ty. FlorIda: 1 \ I *.. April !1, 1WM t l'
nlSYill & NashYi.Ie r Executive Committee>> In and for wilt be liable for ODe poll tax I hereby announce myself a candidate There being no further buxlneKS a .

Predncu N* 12. 3. 4. 6..6,7.5 oily for 1902 'or 1903! a* the ease maybe for Dad r -County lwtloB to Florida the ome* of Sheriff'the of I + motion wa i made and famed to {iadourn. -
subject to
Railroad I I I. JO. 11.1 1J. and 14. : I will of the majority UM Dmnocratle i; 1 1I

Oftm unexcelled passenger *er+,Ice. The jrule' governing said primary jAny one who became 55 year old voters as will be *xpr-d la the Des I GEO. P BiLL

Modern I train* currying Pnltaan, I electkn shall 'be the. same a* those during 1902 will be required to pay $1 ocratle primary to be bd Hay M. lint I L I Secretary Pro TernRADIUM ,

sleeper. up-to-daU coaches f re 're- adopt e< by the Democratic ExecutiveComma ., for, account of poll tax for that year. dw JOHN FROHOCK. I I

sushi chair; ear, and dining iVetweea ors tee. at their meeting held laiville. I Any one who may become of age (21 I I'

northern and southern ei jes.Tb Jacksoi on January %%d. 1904. for years old) at any time daring 1902 ( I hereby announce myself as 'a can- COLOR TEST.

*finest dining ear service ,la the I' govern! ng State primaries, so far as will be required to pay $1 for poll tax dictate for Sheriff of Dade county, I ,

the same will be applicable to the for the year 1903. I Florida, at the next Democratic primary Tap..e.,..'" .. .. wade t* Tan

JLO Afeati Sail \jThnrarh Tieketaj Viaij .|, county" rllIIM"1. Those and only those I and ask for the votes of my t I "Io.'a .f <..... N alt..
Any one becoming a resident of this I ..
A olartlltiu. 'ri.'u of e\iwlnirot| I II
shall be permitted to become fellow Democrats
N. ; persons 1 those who will
ij- f State and county during 1902 will be I o:.jr i living lu turn U- IUD of a.dr'
candidate before, or vote at or par be qualified to become voters at that
!i J liable for the poll tax for 1993. w l.iif. .haw U..*u ImrH'J by Stoic
For rates, schedules, and apply Sleeping to {earreservitloa ticipate! In tbemanagement of said primary WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. primary. I promise If elected to faithfully I I n .\. \Uor s..nio,r in Iheolr i
: : election,, w bo declare their( adherenee !' perform the many duties of this I iii' ry In lw. 1'nUrrnity otIt'alifur:
I All male .In abltallta
M. Fleming. are 21
; J. to the: principles and organtattoa !- I responsible office.I w |l.s will ....rk UIK.T tltf uwrn-

tt* "'_M*** *. I III pf the (Democratic party National I yean cf age and were under 55 yean I J. M. WILLIAMS, \ I :;.>n ..f il .> |'n.f.--oro of that d parl-
Iof .
II J.eawvd tit L.ft a.SSSMnsn }plate and county, who are by I j age December 11, 1901. Palm Beach. + a rail Frsiw....0 "1..1.1 do.
I Fla. ,.... In the) 'hMTiiro Inter i iUailiuin k-run. .
the, law of the State lawful electors Any one becoming a reticent of this FOR CLERK :
II and X will be the fac-
of the election districts in which they |, State and county prior to January 1. hereby announce mrsf a* a eaadldt I 1 ray the
AEDTRitreMSw.f in thf experiment, slid effectf !
rou.nllONEY I offer to rote who cave paid their poll 1190*. win be required to pay poll tax for tb* o Ice of Clerk of tile OrI ;]1 the itMiililninl! rays of the two fortes

---. :' M4 !!ee t! taxes ly due not less than ten for jfco2 and 1903.If I cult Court of Dade County subject t* I I D the coloring cells of the body both
bore tile action of tile Democratle primary
'J days paid primary election, and they become resident after Jaa- I dw E. L. WHITE.January I i > the lil'..I and the skin will b* the

Upaltl&NCE 60 TEAltaJ who shall, when challenged by an elec- '|, nary 1. 190%. and before January k. : X. 1101t ': ..JO't't of tli* mvarrh. Aa exhaustive

( tor. pledge In writing upon oath before 1903. they ylll be required pay poll I ) "f tli* proprrtHii of radium w U1
I 1 I, maun ami a tors coin baa Urea vt
an: Inspector to abide by and tax for 1903 only. tak thl method to Inform the voters I .i" for the. pu.,........ No expanse wi,::

t < support I be resuU cf such primary and Any one reaching their majority I (21 j, of Dad. County!that I wfl b* a eaa- | epariI la :
f Ihppol'br, nominee ,thereof. : yean) on or after January 1.1902, will di ate for reeloctloa i t to the office of Clerk! ...t the wot.lo'rfttmiicr.l I buts ||IK1
That pt 11* ball be opened and cloned, be subject to payment of roll tax for of the Circuit Court subject to the action {I I i f pnw ibl* rirruiniasnmi.

MahalOctitaws ti i several' election districts, at the I 19(13.! ( !, of tile Democratic: primarlM. May U. ; In th* ",,,,'rlll"1 on the DPI:n> II '" '
I TRADe j,, _Ieta.. If elected. to perform the 4oi I j I I : .
,h un by the genera election law. i ; Intention lo flee the. blackest. I
; In all of ef the .
AeI I cases exemption of a voter UM offles. fat tile future as U tile ,
.... ._1 Co.vmoarrls The following named |*non. are here- past, to the beat at njr ablDt)'. I win '' I coo In found. From uiiiiur "I" '
_. .. < a-a. I' from payment,of poll taxes, be mart ): '. alrmdy nuid It l I. twlloI tu .'
IF---- b4 appointed Inspectors and Clerk for be grateful to those who will favor BM
-. a..e.e.or.eesr.e..et.Sk6'411111c I secure of the supervisor of registration ia j with th. r __ ,i I 1 rarrfal. tmtnirnt lIP can in a nbnrt

:: :-1::r.d.. v'SFgffZS* tbs aeven: election districts: certificate letting forth the fact that |dw B. C. DEARBORN. j. .* >.. tnrn4 aliolutely the color "f

___ "__ I (See report of committee meeting on such voter la exempt If the certificate i whit man and with no pain or dm-
I I Tb. ..II.>Jrt. him almilm .
mttaL I
11 : exempts the voter from of .
nrt payment
paga'i I hereby ssrself candidate
announce a : ct>*! -.
7Yad .... poll taxes for both years (1903 and I for the ome ef Clerk ef tb .
a i.ea.e.1V IMrt.dJwe.cig' 7I>* voting hall be by ballot on T- .. la IN In pt"rfPi'tlIb.. I pl-yti! i

=. t..s..rt..iios e.Man_ I tic furnished 1903). If properly\ registered be ran County, subject to th and mentally, th* "'lliortl'1 T
eta the
by State and
j approaching Dmocrttle kette.
"'PN n.341t..ee.r. Y0r I Executive then vote upon presenting to fe inspectors i idw primary I.'n -t' rly-(
Cot nty Committee; and at such certificate of Tb mart will I.* kept hvtij.I. ..

the close: of ;Wh election the Inspector Fla';z. T. atZBRTTT. but Itisx and the profn....-. ...<>
If the voter 1* subject t Buena Tt .
- nod:O ;k shall proceed to canvass1be I poll tax either for 1902 enmpttOD.1 --- I \ test Ilielng matte and wll ta'i r ,
.JE!! c : a ppr liil/ diet ralcnlitwt to put tUM -
ffm vote': in accordance with the State | same role win apply [a* I'f., .. a eaadti brat camlHioa t-f the exprrimruL


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MIAMI ; Grafting l is c slang word used constantly (Continued from First Page.) Futures.barely. "tcadv.January. 1. .. ; [ : DO NOT. TAIL TO SEC: II |

METROPOLIS. I and applied to practices! that .<< i' . . I
March . ..
'are not necessarily theft and yet' their own records ori rather. a.'to each l. I
L.alha.d .., r day caccst SB.day. WHALER'S
I which come clone to a line that marks i other' records they are allf'DtlIent
L LTm- i May . .. H 10
IlL f. M lit gftfiwta the distinction between legal right ; ever since that one r..lt.t Clearwater. June -. . . . 14 2K 1 .
and bold appropriation says theLouisville where they perhi pa concluded thatif July . . 13b I ; I ,314..12th Street.
..._,.... .
..t.._v s..n._I r rt..j. I PostOne they told all of tk< truth about each August . . .. l37Srptrmbrr.
awe.. .. .apa. .._....M. 1.-. I Illustration of grafting: : may be other neither would 1 hire the ghost; { .. 1' ill I j jI

__ ea..dsl..4U.. securing through political influences a of a abow. I ktober ... 11 Si ,
T.. ..... e.ata.nn .........." 11 '-1" contract' for which another has marie "There ai*: many Mr-minded, honorable November; ,. I, I it i-i iSty.
.ale .... .ftM r.It.d stets .1 u.. 1)ecember bid . . IltiS t I
__ _....... ..I1... fa walY ': lower and better bid. Another men in Florida who are o;>- I r I I'I I
--- I. of grafting la, through personaland posing Mr. TaliaferrO. but I do not believe 'F. MILLER t. CO..
.,. .Wrtaae.r e. I 1
.e..e..ntK..tk.... _tr.aw tees !II i political Influence, securing for they ran be dragged In as a party LETTER GRATITUDE.. 'I
1 (Successor M Edwi Afcfcon.)
---r- -Mail.- -- .13,00 jt->, an Inefflclent man or woman a po l- tq the Stockton-Jennings plot to beat One of the odd things that come up
One Tear by
Six Month.. . . . .. . 2.11;: >, tlon for which efficient men or women him. I do not think the' will hare''In criminal annals manifested Itself i Undertakers and Emba1m rs,
Three ..2i:;, have applied Grafting I. seturI anything to do with that FOrt or a Saturday when a woman giving her

Oaf Week, by Carrier . . ';.1 I liD It the> passage by a combination of combination. name as Mrs. Jackson, was arrested by 4l3...12th Street. Phone 25.
__ interest of some bill bleb advances i( "If this interview Is published. 11 i| one of the Tamp policemen on the ,
TaTliial PrintM Corn jj, j the schemes of a coterie or of a class, \ have no doubt you will *. Meri barge of forgery. The woman rcsldi -

Advertising rates madeapplication. i ka wn pn of a faction or of a party, without M>- 'Stockton and Jennings revise r'.. 'rmethods _, a p... .la.... ho'- It. the city and ;

i curing for the public any Increased In, an effort to convince tb- ( ii out and uil I whir. purerais.I I

TELEPHONE. Il ROFFICK sen'Ice. Grafting getting more from public that there Is no ronibinatkic. i 11 laying for them with a CUM-K. whichlater :

:) METROPOLISjrKS ( ILDISG. the public treasury for something ic They may fire each other n few II: '. 1 found to be a forgepr. When er .

: and 4J4 Twelfth ft Itself legitimate than that thing would I lion tap, but nothing serious like ,, rested the woman was discovered to : 1
UppaHue.w itCOKPAUTIVE : $e. I command In competition with other the Clearwater lambasting each -1'ol-' I be In aa Intoxicated condition. Yesterday ':1
;;;- I applications and getting it secretly, out for the other You watrfl Mid see however the merchant went tithe
DU5T CU".. because I could not be bad openly and I Thl combination l Is the weakness station and withdrew the charge I
r i ,.....
r Mt .. 'll key j after fair discussion Grafting Is sac- lof Jennlnn and Stockton. Each a t. Tu / ._ iriflrtng, the public Interest and the to the State that be star ..,- from custody Before leaving the woman

': -iT! xT public welfare to personal greed handed and alone! U not competent I Indited the following letter to
... ..... t, I leads gradually to I task of defeating Mr. Tallaferro
therefore to the
efnsnat.t. ... .. I" P. I Grating) Chief Jones written on paper of the I
t.aa.- ........I ...tIto 11' corruption even when It is not Itself f It ha become to manifest *o the vat'era police department of the cityMr :
__ ... ('wh. set I
,ria.. 8.ue.. .:.. 'U S A 'il7Mafeas. |i one form of corruption Grafting is a that aa I said before. they ate Jones: Dear Sir-How much I

Wi........1vt.1,-.. tars 11II vice dflscritI by the poet: coming by the thousands under the,I thank yon for your great kindness to BURDINE &
ls.I 'J = banner of the .IDDf'- winner who me. I simply cannot find words to
1ia:! I "Vice I Is a monster of so frightful mien stands for progress for Democracy A.>d I express my gratitude Ton will bear )

,....;* ....w..l .,,? U ..-... I I j.u to be hated need but to be seen; | for the dignity befitting the Ugh offc ... from me, and I assure you that you

I I IYet seen too oft familiar with her face ,{! How about DuTal! Ton
4 APRIL 15. 1904.fithout .. I I i tt'eflrst t, endure then pity, then em- puval U all right Duval will roll ofa drink, My home loved one

!, f brace." i I large majority for James P. Ta!.. I I would so appreciate all you have done
a feeling of trespai i we can: i| --- o ferro. The opposition already eon-I for me. Mv. mother's brother .Is govt -

now laI." ria that good old summer' APRIL THE BEST MONTH. eedes a majority and the only thlmt:t I error of one of the states, and my
u- : they are fighting for la to keep It do*a. husband's brother to attorney general n y Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful and Artistic

i 0 In i be Year for Tourist to Visit Two yean ago they told the people of for the same state. I feel like I would Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties
Miamj la not very large b t sbo{ U I Florida Florida that the election of Tel Stockton like you to know that I am not one of ,
the kMdmt and! most famed to' a of?lea i t I '' was a Tallaferro defeat; that Mr the very low class. ADd..apt., my Souvenir and Sporting Goods. 'Complete',' line!)

rise In the country today- [ j The National Hotel Reporter the i Tallaferro {waa ...repndlatH hone j: uncle nor brother knew where I was of School Books. Polite and capable service. -
leading Journal of its class la this out they dldat tell the people, that tow, I Iloet until I 'wrote my brother In Chicago
The time la getting abort In hicbJtoDon't country, baa the following Interesting ,eTery other county office la the i to send me some means. My health

regtttM- and pay your poll ta4.: I II article of Interest to Florldlaa and desperate effort to elect Tel., and (hey I I got very bad and I commenced: to
y I put It oIL Tomorrow never comes. tourist! who visit the sunniest of sunny didn't tell' you that Mr. TaJIaferro was, drink so lost my position. I could i

States: i ot the Issue la that contest The ol,Vas not attend to business. have a very Burdine & Quarterman
Y I Death Is not so sad, after It- lie Florida season of 1 OJ- > deaths, at feast. After: May { I's I -
ml exceedingly prosperous but disappointingly but they declined the ehalleng| assistance I from anyone. Therefore

' $tbolre i ate ':many who would .1 who I brief. The Royal Poindans : ;ow 'the Issue 1* square cut' man toanJames .Is why I placed myself In this most awful Twelfth Street. : 308. .
wilt be-dead. I at falm Beach which usually OpeIUI.1Ioft : Tallaferro and Jnn. ? and shameful. disgrace. Again I II I

I' ) the rah of January closed this < Stockton-and you will find rut thanking you anil trusting that ,
your ,
A aalter hero U not neewsariljj, apolitical ye5.4 oo the I6th of March. This early I \t Honorable: John will ,be sno...Jii ;} life will be alwavts_ successful. Tampacan I a
favorite. Captain Richmond closing( was of course, due to the fact nder here In Duval county as lrj. herself ai i
pride on having one of th ..
r pearaoa Hobson can answer It >s QuM- that the people did! not remain. ID this \ here In the State on May'!O. kindest-hearted
officers for her chief,
I, ttoa- and give all amjded Informatloa.IiI! confection It occurs to n* that there >s "And. by the WII y. Just keep and with the great poet I can quote
far the vagaries of the on the other counties. Forty yn-"I
no Accounting re
: fh. Tort World' dos like It with him of YOU: The bravest is always -'
New } averjage tourist aad pleasure seeker. of the forty-five will be fo>:Bd in thtallsferro '" "
the tenderest' and so on. With
I because Roosevelt cannot be, removedT
Peo; tie go to Flo Ida to escape the ter- column. I throe I ku.-4- I best wishes from
br Impeacnment. The peopler' rant the a grateful heart and
ron of a rigor as Northern winter whereof I speak :
........ of mmftting that: [act No- : one la sore trouble, yours,
net find perl set summer weather !I
vessber 4.' fii : j "Mrs. Jackson. .. -.
with! sunshiny ays and moonlight ; A CURIOCS FORMATION. The woman was released yesterday -:
i o cant- foul i!1 alt the i nlgh.ts with a dtllghtful summer temperature I I afternoon .. .. .... ... .. .. .. .4. . .. .... .. ....., .
about t
; Eke adage, {"rod : 'I o'clock and as far
' 1 people all the Itlma eYld..tlr.don't In- j ranging during' February and { Near Rockwall is one of the most < i iduriotu as known Is still In the city.( -Tampa 1 oRFF BRO'l5i.: i
I dude the ku'miaaa1' It seems{ that the Mar h. from sixty to __t-IIY. In formations In Texas, says the i i'Trt'ju"' i ij !

'I JAM have: aabIe to foul fbem all j jz t the shade. When tie latter point .ifreadied rialveston News] Thla town and eouaty j, I KINDER LOU. GA.. -.
I people begin to talk about the named It and
the ime.I I j ji were ffter many coo- v
-ID '..rable heat." and If by chance ell j! .TOR |
i of the
i-1 tend that ;In spite opinion J
I Adiuuni-Genrrar J. CIIBor+ nL FosUr ,I the knercury should register eighty for ,dentists to the contrary the formation I BakeKinder I

1! :F. B. J. hems to be ma'lntlum, :, two successive dy.| hundred of people of the product of the toll of a preIjiatorIe ]I United' States Senator Lou Crates.Chase

j self solid with the soldier hoyi.i. and I; it Palm Beach (!would pack their race of people. : .

l I! HMiptiag their little pull flth that of tru k* and depart for the north. Thj The rock wall, aa It is known extends Vote For i
should not harf afhard, : Job/ I Ia a absurd thing for them to do, for I along three sides of the town & Harney. Miami

': to Tallahassee.tls i t If tl ey will "stop to think" they must 1 but generally at some distance from 11.1, Sell-: ::::::r
: .W1If I. 0 I : I knots that 'many cold day and much I although to the south It Is to be found i James Pj' Taliaferro I II

: It' consoling to ..... Rrn4 | chit y weather will prevail i la and wlhla Sue or 30o yards of the corpora ,,' t, I t

Rusniaaa'to know that surf a thing asaa abot New York until the beginning of 1 glum lira No tone seems to know Just I ]
Whose is t
Internal eknlonloa coal I har. hap-. ,illAt 1 how lone It .U.. but traces of it hare, name com- __ _
a matter of fact the month of, been discovered the in I II rata
s peed: to the battleship PetroparioTs across river monly pronounced as i
and that she was not blown: up by, s April I Is the snout delightful of the year Dallas county., I I ,

Japaneoe mln. They evidently believe In llorids. This applies to point a* Geologist say that the wall owes if it was spelled ,i !

It UJ..,. 1 { :! far south' even a* Palm j Beach! and i Its origin: to 4 volcanic upheaval It .
0 II I | Mia nl. as well .. Ormond, St. Angus-i Is:composed. of stones which are three I Ii

Mtoctlng I men for ...j t Mav !,' tine Jacksonville, DeLand. and Mag- I or four IDrbNi In width two or three' j i i Epicurean Restaurant ,

a for: those men you knew t0pnalEed. be not i Springs. The temperature rec- (Inches thick+ 'aid from six to eighteen' i"| Toliver"I : I
everrthlng '1 n<' .-.JI.- ord show that there are many really I ,Inches In1: length. They are piled on : JJ; .IN! S' ; I -

shier*!.*. No overbearing., > "Mg -boas" dell ihtfully cool days la, April at Pain ,top of one another Just like brick and 5 I

Ice. ( such generally have pemuna. ,l wood be foun moat agreeable in-1 All of underground. At norne ;I >4>... > .4>4>4>.+.....>.4>...................NMI....s nJ fK.
ass 40 grind. Of course this does sot 'heathful at this resort. As alrealv places It ronMM! to within_ ten feet of : I II

. n4 or effect the ("Three' ,Friends" com- stat-d they fly away at the first appearaare the surface of the earth In others I I ,

hat i (T). of not we tbe> although bo I II one will hare to die down to twice that ,
tl i. i I .... her .la what they w.sighing for iwh depth before; paD top Is reached. In J. PECK B. )I. RAIL

JGwt ernor lng Is petting "hot In they left New York and Chk-acu the localities. rhere It Is nearest the pee 9 Bailey !
the cellar" acd is making Sale tsr, late la tastier < .......... .
kloas for which}be will be sorry after The result of this absurdly early hgtni : many of the roaM and some of theOeM
the primary .la 'over. His comparison ;I froi i Florida Is that man of the 0...#- are plentifully besprinkled wltahem. YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOAT

at Senator Tallaferro to Burton 011du1gu 'jgta and 'Sooth'Carolina resorts do an | Wells lave been dug doves bythe Overhauling and Re('' riD&:'. Marine Raihl' l'

entirely Uncalled. fOr ud i lenoi-moiis business during the month aide of thf wall for a distance! of1fully 1! 7011 .\U1U' D-I ;:MIAMI fLAt
17 hissed' iy his audience of ;,/ pril. At the present time the ling fifty feet.! but It extends beyond .

t I" Jacksonville Alr at Augusta. Ga. and the Hampton that depth. ,
yt) -IDt Terrace. at North Angmta. 8. C. aie'crowded The stones ate of a light yellow; cotot \; Special i .t
:J.Lhae I b with patrons, and hundreds !.and evMertlv/ ,; hare mica In them -. .--.-. . . . .. 0' I .?

frbmjscust] rand. Duke hs-r,' bees timed, ......,. The same 'Isj there are some streaks, too. which
rnh: trI tat more 1m nnl to a.... 'truant! the new hotel Psrk-ln-the-pn| closely miemile white marble. The| Sale 3Ie $
I :0. theta I w na' al fleet and I at J,J'lken. S 'C.. and the Kirk.wood an.! subsUace. Is very I hard and when exposed ''' : : ) Carlos I

J J.1 their countrymen; la It: There 'ciav bv '. a: I'ao..1t Olt PoiM II | to the elements does not deteri' OFMen's ,

jermt' to be very II! a preisloe' of I Con fort, too, la reaping a rich harvest j,orate. This l '|attreted by pieces whktthare FortlrI1ISi\ Q palm |Jiot?1. I

i.orrow over the six bond more froti retuning tourists, and the hotels been leflj exposed for more than
tbe Summer Corner Avenue B and 11th Street.
(I"n'yew who went"dow. Iwitl obi"I of M'aalltllrtoe. D. C, are crowded' j: a generation. I '
I w/ihtlu/ !at reigns 'oye4 Crrirs: \ wItt i sightseers, the majority of whom '! Another curious thing about is that Gus. A. Muller. Propjiator

..., look [teat to! theca "It to u. earonte home from the Florida there I* .mo other stone In th county ClothingAT -

life. DO more sod DOl better than an' l rwtolri.. which /. just like It. but It Is of an entirely Open all the yearI
1 I
tai Raaataa. !" 1I I j different I kind. H resembles

J I a-j I i, I b .:Tor-elect James Gorman of Kenos more. nearly khan I anything else the I > $Z5<> per'day aad up. Special per week and to O> H

TM xploeioa aboard the battleship. : (>a. Wl*.. ran a barber shop there.has bricks' ...bkhe manufactured from Cohen's. i mer :II1 men.' Large Sample k.a.m.le. ...
. ';..issourii off Pensacola Wedaesday l the clay' found I liD this section. O. llos Ui$. MIA5I'; FLA.
been working without a II- .
I...blcM thirty-one brave Amerleaa boy I Many believe that this wall was''
the only barber la town who hi . .-.-.-. . . .
I Mays pthelr| live* is|one of, the most rents. hullt by prehistoric men a* a fortilWa1 "
's4prtMlag i ta the history of the Aawr- doll g so. Mr. Gorman ha written to 1 for' ir settlement which race Mood rtn -_ __
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!ICI|; !jsavy and baa cast a gloom over the secretary of the State board for the 'pa this. very spot AkM! to explain II I II ,

U. na tion. Had It been la open) battle nec f.amry license: blank why It la that the wall is now underground I Hotel Biscayne .
{rata; |f' worthy foemao. or kr the hand I i they call attention to the belief i T

Iaf .ta..derous ........ It' would il not J.. Frank I Shaw a yoaag dentist of geologists that .oce the Red I I .
;hays been BO b.l. bat,the thought that of P-nle. has been offered the ap- river found Its way to the sea down I
from Cuvembe GRAHAM
titer. krav. young Uv a were IP DIIerIAce4: poiatnent of dentist .to King Charles through: this vallev and that It was llprn tilt t" "by lal. S. ProprietorMIAMI
IIIJW1. by ......' own ani a... of ttoumaala. Dr. Shaw U now takinga miles i In width This black dirt the I
'..... 0. how 4ouWy sever*. Lee postgraduate course la the HarvardDeatal theorists _Ind. .In a mixture of alluvial Coner Avenue D and Twelfth Streets

'the atiOBi tie koasag* nor .tt to a aa.tla coUege. He ka not yet Bedded deposits,and- clay and these deposits I I..... : I. I

** Brtat. ; to aetsct tile fO u... they ear covered up U* wall i iI i P'Loti11)A. ..I1.

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''I 1 1Calrnlsla -
: 1 I OCR PECULIAR LANGUAGE. Bras running before a bard I

''I H. I M..I K'Nci. i I j Tr.Sir Weetman Dlckenoa Pearson M. I I','gale.Captain Walley said iI j jI that for twen- "The Ideal"Dry 1 1

1.- i I i preslderit, of S. Pearson t Son ty-six days all the dater the crew. had i .

; Funeral Director and : Em ftlmer.I I Limited contractor for public works, I was what they caught from the clouds :
r and who I I. also connected with numerous :1 "Three .merel! passed without !

I : AVENGE 1). I. othei enterprise, arrived here, paying any attention to our signals! Goods /
Millinery and
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I rr-pc A'tc.tl to Tel..raJ'lo ur,Tcler'"e f.llr. the other da r from London say the \he said "One of the steamers deliberately !

I, r'' "I I New" York lobe. Sir Weetman will bore away. two hours after j i Ldies Outfitters.
,, I I' I leave. shortljI for Central America, ,| quitting the wreck IL would have been I ; l
where he baa railroad Interest In Impossible to live on her- i
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THE I Mnt. Chas, Brkner expect to be in I the course o coa versa!ton he related I The rescued ere'' was landed In "

b.J! home, ito fourteenth!' Street Monday I tile follow : Havre. ,IJ i I !

DAILY UN MI METROPOLIS. I I ,I: \, I r You American are no math addicted Five pays after thi > rescue In a driving Bargains, : :

1- > 11MIAMI. -; Ii i I to the use of colloquial phrase hurricane wblj. the barometer I" I

FLA.. April 15. IIKH. W. L. Ells one ;the must popular that yon frequently !lose light of the marking 28.18, the worst of forty-seven I
f One lot LadieH Black and Colored Kid GIeJ I II
traveling eaiesq.en coming south from other meaning entirely. Often they pa aaged. the' tteatoer Port Royal [
I north $1.00 to S1.;;O, to (4 . . .
MAIL, SCHEDULE. Baltimore is iq, the city again visitinghis don't quite fit the situation. To give passed the derelict 353 mile northeast j go 50
I-- j trail : you an Insane*: The evening after my of Bermuda Her jiosltion was 34.07 'I'.

l Arrive from the North: I ," arrival her I received an Invitation latitude and SLIT 1 longitude, west, A ,I One lot LadieHJ White Silk -.lo\e% topo(- ++ ; l.25

'$ I IUIA 0)14\ A Wilson a prominent attorney I to dine from a friend. I was taking a tattered flag was firing from a Jury I flat. I
Po IlL i iCk.e aft' Jacksonville\ Is in the city on bath at the time the not arrived and mast 1 1j 20 piece Colored: Lawns New Stylish '

for,the North606- bunlneiM and will probably be here I the bell-boy, thinking. I suppose that I terns, Fast Colors|, Worth 10c. to 12.Sc per yard. I l .

; L m. several days before returning lit I might be something of Importance, UQCOR 8T TlSTICS.i ii I to go (.c - -I i

.ju Po IlL I' shoved the letter under my bath room ---i: I ; :( i'I l lOne
Gv C. Floyd general freight agent of door. Well before I Jumped Into half It may not be pleasant to the tenH I lot Lace andSwiw.; .. Curtains rd

THE WEA HER. i iWashington. the" I R E. C. Ry.. with headquarters of my clothes I opened the note and pearance people but!Ij It is neverthelessa I I Styles. Worth $1.2.1 to SI.5Q per pair. to gnc'I" : 91

.-JJor Eastern Florida: tjSt-i Augustine. Is again in the city In It my friend saJd.'If you have nothing fact that the people of this 'couatl'J'matiDue
i looking after the tomato One lot LadiesiWhiteGauxe; Ve..t..., with Tlrc :
north and -ntralportions crop. on, will you dine with me tonight to develop an Increased thirst
Fair and, warmer Southern|Ifs portion I cloudy quietly! Dcn't dress, but com Just for strong drink. This Increase If attributed In Arm Holes and Neck. to go (? . 12.2 I
Sj. J. Russell representing the South :
: to
Increase t ll According
i population.
as you are,
with east I to' south j ,winds.Hadmitn. II III ern 'Express Co.. with neaequarten at -- I to the American Grocer the One lot Ladie.and:' Mines Whlite and B :. .

M. ; Jacksonville Is In the city today on ''FEARFI-L I statistics show that be nation's drink Lisle' Thread Hc-t: Worth 35c. to c. @ . J 25 tOtis ;
)llaiJD ... 70. 'I t ] STORY OF SUFFERING.z T
L business connected with his
1-- company. bll for alcoholic and other stimulating i I I
/ beverages for the year ending June :0. lot Ladies\Vatsts;, Wortb,fl. O to $215/ ,.

e Mr and Mrs. Lorenzo Blackstone of Related By Shipwrecked Crew of the 1903. was lUSl.SSUtf. and the annual to Q. . L . I 91

OJus, will not go North this summer American Bark Mary A. Troop average for the pant five year was : : l'l'd oli' l' .
I lA
.: I :TOWN !roPICS. I but have rented tbe Groom cottage atCocoannt | I I1.Z33.S03.3S8. This Include* coffee aDd pieces White Cream Screens .

Grove and will live thereduring I I' '' New Patterns, Worth; 1Sc. to 1& to this sale
the heated term. James W, Elwell Co of New YorkI tea. ,go (4 to
MARK OF RESPECT.tAt ) I the agents ,of the lost New Brunswick The record shows! an expenditure
meeting of'the Merchant= A soctation. bark. Mary Aj, Troop bare learned from for stimulants of U-p for each of the One lot Ladies, Fine White Waists, Worth I'-
a Mr. Archer Conned after a severe lromZ50tol50t0po (:! . . . . :.
., of Miami] held thiwmorning.. case of fever Is ou< again and although a dispatch' from Havre France, that tO.37z.000 Inhabitants, or $90.7S per : j 19s.
It was unanimously agreed t4 close before the crew were rescued by the family of five. Thej average annual
a little weak say: he feel quite well. One lot Ladies Muslin Underwear all at ,
all stores this afternoon between 4 and British teams'hlp Calrnlsla. they suffered cost for five yean was I1C.17. or 180.8J
He will his.
return soon to horne In REDUCED PRICES Thi. Sale.
I o'clock U a mark of respectto; the Indiana great hardships and were almost for each family, a j

late Mrs. B. B. Tatum. during| which &"ed. The Troop which belonged The total drink bill for alcoholic

hour fuacral services will be held siU Walter to the famous.. hones of Troop A Son and nonalcoholic stimulants from 189S
aDd Mn.
r. FotIt. Wr. andY
First Baptist Church. of St. John N. B., sailed from Pensa- to 1903 was .....11-711. and tbe average E. B
Hosesr Davis and Mrs. Young are DOUGLAS
cola Fla..l on January 4, Ijft4. for Rio annual drink ill! from 189 to
off jim a cruise in the Hornet This .is '
... MIAMI RIFLES .INSTREL..caP- Ideal weather for! boating and their de Janlero. with a cargo of lumber. 1903 was $1, 93. 03. 61. ,1'
, 'taln Jandon, of the Miami Rifle, desires She ran Into westerly gales and was The retail cost to tie American people
friend ashore them heartily
most -
that the member of the minstrel .\ envy I driven to the eastward.On of alcoholic stimulants for the year 310 and 312. .' a Twelfth Street.
team assemble at the armory every I --I IDir. I I February 1. while heading up to ending JaDe 30, 1903.!jwa* a* follows: I II

,Wednesday evening hereafter to rehearse .1 141111'tgaud, after a pleasantvisit the gale under a lowered topsail and a Beer .f .*.,1727.042,245 -- I I
fir the show ,it is intended togive staysail. she wu so bmdlywlnged, her 1 Whiskey (exclusive of quad
with his Mr. VJ-
brother A. P.
daring lie aIllM. Several re- gaud of poeoanut rove, has returned topmasts carrying away that. Capt 1 tlty used In arts .. jj I... .. 417.915,513 World's Fair Rates \ :

Jtearaate have already been held, and to his bouts i* Vichy. France. He was Walley and his:crew labored day and Wine t. 97. 85, 60
now that the Inspection hi a thing of night to cut ail the with )
away span I
well P"J: J jwitbj i this country but I .
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the past and which took up much oftim. missed his friends and lIIotb.-toap'L the exception of the tOwer foremast Grand total L est { Via J I ,

'M --.- at the company In prepara- i I The foreyard was left ;with the hope cost. m .. .j.. .443,111

ttoa. the boys will be able to pay more Miss Mlnnlo Johns, who has spent, that sail enough'might, be bent to carry The total revenue I f of the United The L.&N., R. R i

attention to this feature I of their or- the winter" wit It her'aunt Mr*. Robert the strained and leaking hall Into the State government In: 1903 :from spirituous .

ganization., E la order to itten<| the Miami HI+ track of eastboand steamers and malt liquors licenses, etc. I, I I ,
j School., will n turn to her home In Jennings. When the deck load went, It wrecked was $171.501,38- percapkta tax of ,
IMPROVING is Fint-ela Excursion Rates from Jacksonville to St. Loui and :
: T TARDS.- very return
,,1 Fin, 01 the|thirtieth. She will the bulwarks, stove :hole' In the 12.24. or W-20 for every family.. ,
notice the] atieoUoi that bejjinrinjf April 5th; tickets old clail ..
pleasing to be greatly missed. ship and Injured several men. The date It would therefore, seem that the :

1* beta* given to beautifying tile' house 1 F of the wreck was February L The saltwater American U well. as the >Scotchman, $-to.55 return limit Dec. If'h. $33.9O return limit 60 days. $a7.o i 'e

yard la Miami Nearljr every yard I* Mr. and Mri. J. N..Adams and MUdruberj reached the provisions and also the Frenchman and the German, feels return limit 15 day. I

decorated with flower bed and hrtb- of Chicago.! who h.nD atCutler spoiled part of the drinking water. that he must have his booze. About Special Coach Excursion $10.95 rounj tnp: Return limi to .lays -

bery. last now) the pancake are out several'!days aboard their cosjitla The little that was left had to be carefully one-fourth of all the people of this from date of sale Tickets sold only on May itch and 3151<<
trying to ,
their best
la an their glory ( yacht ar > In the city today accompanied husbanded. country use alcoholic beverage, onhlch ,
take the place of the roses which. have b, Miss. E. T. King of Fort The vessel had been blown. north of heals each eon.alllerj] of strong Corresponding low rate' from other, points i .e

early finished blooming.POLLING I Lauderdale. [Hiey are registered at her proper course, and her mishap occurred drink expend .n.l' every year' on The L ft N. Is THE BEST LINE to St Louis. .1 -

the Blsrayne. the eastward this kind of stimulant Itjls notable .
to : H.Ueru.Capt.
PLACE CHANGED.- For vhedutcs sleeping car reservations or further information
( Walley knew that ."-oDe hope that there .Is a decided tendency towards t
Chairman Filer of the County .Executive Mr. v.'. D. Marvin and bU intermt- write to
lay In one of the steamships' bound the use of the milder drlnk. f
Committee from the voter, t* receipt of Ditrici of a No.petition 1.- Ii g family; wh > have spent the winter from Southern ports to Europe. such U beer or a weak winsj.; J. II. FLEMING C. L STONE i ina.
1 Itt Miami In the Cron cottage Fourteenth
asking that the polling| placj la i thatdistrict Street 'ipects to leave on for their- The situation of the crew became These are facts for the [ people to Put. Aft, 206 W. Bay 8L lacboann.. Q. p. Art. LouiniIJe. I
meditate those!
on who have
from the school more and more desperate U each day especially
,U changed hOme hi
} next Friday. They labored against
I I advanced without so earnestly and long .
0"} house U> the store flI!' Mini. Walter will: I time anyone picking up FltEB 8CHOLAKSHIP.Thera OFFICES ,
spend snipe on the way at the liquor traffic FOR RENT-Single or ...
their signals of distress by flaming "
day or I .
Kltchlagl;: There being no
;, {objection pieces r to Alabama and Tenneasee. arriving suite: see McABIster-Beek. real estate
to thin change It will t>4 made. torches by night The ship bad T I- 220 Twelfth' '
at their; home about July 1stwrvsr 1-2 Street
Miami Fla.
.. drifted into one of those frequent andvast are many young people In "
MARRIED- LAST 6VKNING.+Mr.A. I "unexplored corners"! of the sea SS LOCALS.FOR Miami and Dad county Interested IB s
Annie Yates rvjrvssPaN 3 wl L:= )learning book-keeping and stenogra- 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN
W.Goodwin and Mia a ilch are so near and yet so far from .:
popular young couple of this city here; f EWS ON THE BAY. I th s "beaten tracks of the ocean," I>hy. and the Metropolis propose! to PACKERS wanted at one by' Eaatar-: 1

married last evening the ceremony 2apt Walley wu so nccerafnf In I SALE CHEAP.-A ladle bicycle make It possible for two of them to ling Brother. Cutler. Flax m

bring performed by Rev Wm..;| E Stan-' wi Tklng his wrecked ship to the east- and a three-burner gasoline stove have a chance without'the; t coat of a

toe of the First Baptist Church.! Caps n Cha Bar. will get away lathe wi rd nearer the ocean lanes of com- with oven, at 132 Fou teenthj StreetI single dollar. For full detail of the FOR RENT..-Two .... nicely flantehed -

-- Klo dike tomorrow for tbe tarpon m rce" that he gained In the course oit \ i plans see the sixth pee 1, of this papet. t'OttacAPPI1' to this offle*.

SUMMER CHANGES.-At meeting around with Mr and Mrs. Lorenxo eaty- lx days of, Indescribable miser I AII.'TED.-To Exchange good fresh I I I Sot

of the Merchants Association'held ibis. Back! teoe anu Mr., H. Prlce-Wllllam several degrees of longitude and Jersey cow for building lumber. Address BIDS I

morning I It was decided loj close all aboard. They will be gone several on or more degrees of north latitude P. O. Box No. 41$, 211 : i LIVELY, CONTEST.

places of business from May;, 1st to June days act expect to land a tarpon or lie crew pumped as long utile I Tender are WANTEDf' delivery -

| \,..).. at o'clock' la the evening. After two befbre! returning. m bulam would suck, not. when the WAl\'TED.-To buy good lady o-j'the beach at la vida- On vote with every tea canto pale
\.this latter date and for the;rest of the |I ; pll a became clogged 'all they could wheel Must be cheap for cash. Ad- I of Old Tows Point and for nbecrtptjoa'to the Daily Metropolis

...-ri.torN j will: }close* at t p. to.i .. The yacht Enterprise. Captain Ed do was to wait starve: and maneuver dress P. a Box No. 415. 211 wharf, of twelve hundred I ton native which can be wed toward paying

'i 4 Graham] 'lth Mr. and Mrs, J. II:. In a | tch of canvas upon';the stamp of a rook la piece not under fifty pound some worthy 'young penonl way

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.. I trabami i and Mrs Ingraham's sister foi mast and the yard 'athwart It. The best kind, the Joha 8. Uaugr Work to begin not later! than May 1st, through a eomapoadeaea comma U

---r'f aboa.rd. reed last night from a two I m February 20 the fresh, or rather mosquito net at the Racket Store. an<\ completed by August Iat, 1904. book-keeping or stenography. For fan

The public srhol :children ,ar* pne-j .' trip to Cutler end other place tbi brackish: water was all gone and Re. ecttoo of any and a14 bid reserved particular read the .aJf-....* announcement .

ticing every ;spare moment for In that IrI'tty.' there was moreover not r i dry biscuit FOR SALE.-Good typewriter Smith by R. M. Maaroa.Coeoanul la to-day paper.
tertainment :to be given duct for j tbebenefit I 55.5
housfboat ieft, All the meager j provisions left Premier No. 2. In good order. Will 201 Grove. Fla.
of the Athletic) Association. Everglade will pmbibly J
were water _kM. From the lint of sell. cheap. Call Southern Express CoAittoe .. Hotel and famine ran buy gwmla
i ret this afternoon
---I may or
r-I the mouth D : NOTICE: Tennessee cream at Biscayne
"civic cooking had been out of the One
The *;class of the Miami High row for the upper East Coast I.
'attention If they had had anything .:.- I Company. saf
...leIla I' to
School | mock 'trial this afternoon via the canal to Palm Beach.
west ', cook. A lot of new laces *nd embroideriesJust The Miami Transfer Company,
From; the great In manifested ------
On March 2 while it received nt the Racket Store. notify all merchants and othersthat I 1 f Miami
by the attorneys and their wit- LEGAL PAPERS. I was raining hereby I CcMservatory of M.., ',
It probably was very ratting +-- with the wind light and; a heavy sea they will not be responsible for I I Fraaklia Cwemaa Dub Director.

Aa, account of the proceeding* ,will be The follnwlne papers Were Died foi running. In latitude 3S.lt and tongs You can buy your shoes cheaper at ant debt or other obligation contracted ,, KS Twelfth Street 4U ',

give hi tomorrow's paper j j3NNsNNsM record I 14 the, clerks office today. I hide,,1.36. the steamer Calrnlsla sighted the Racket Store. In their name I l. : I

Deed.-Florida Coast, Line Canai I, n.l the signal of the Mary A. Troop. Ir MIAMI TRAJ 8FER en VOTING CONTEST. ) .f

N 3sNsW Transportation Co) to Ham A. |Chetley On the poop huddled the crew waving We use Tennessee ream In aU our I Every subscriber to tile Dally M*. ..

for *1W ten acres, In M>C. 21. IpS3. I their arm, The bark's deckhouse* lee cream and also have the plain Pleasant Sleeping Room* la my tropoll can aid some deeervtag :
PERSONAL. UENtIOA.ll. \ '' I TwIM-8treet Residence Shower bath young
41. main cream on sale at Ui )
range i had! been swept clear the deck Biscayne DragIf man and woman la secnriiig a tiinlaaaa j
I eteJ! For rent at summer rat*, Mr*.
Satisfaction of Dade C'. ---- edacatloa
mortgage- was under water and the stem planks by using U* ballots to which '
State Bank to WhMlen.SatMactlon from yon want Ice cream that .Is good Eo f Beck. I 1844 i
8.YUDD\a.\ \Vm. ''J had! bunt the transom they are entitled on payment of aubscrtptions. -
C. Boyce of n1 In thecity and pure buy It of the Biscayne 1-
of Mivticage-Dade CotState I Drug .
I' The steamer's lifeboat was swung FURNISHED Read our offer on sixth. ,
today. Bank to M. J. Yarborongh. I out In charge jot Chief Officer, Smith Company. They nOM Tennessee cream : .
-I of inortgago Mnu 'i.Ie. i. 142 on (Tenth street, for reft Apply as
Assign nent M With difficulty the boat war n
D. 1L Roberts of t utkt I Is In the city :
Weybrecht to it.,M. Woodruff. this' office. I !
today on "- --. down the wind. The miserable on A Splendid Square Plane In good re.IMsir I
,_ Quit claim deed+J. P. Mcleen out fifty day. FOR SALE.-A first-class sailboat : I for sale ,
Mr. A. P. Oeriacb of .Ml Tenth 'St. al to C Ci McKenna for $i undlnde.1twothlrdi They were act weak that they bad to built by aa expert, and worth ...SO.i i' : FOR RENT.,STORE ROOM very cheap. Mrs B. C

leave* tonight for St, Lout to be gone interest''i- .*. r.... (wads 1.. 1 be helped from the wreck. and up the Will sell for $75. Apply to this office.tut. opposite poat 1Ike. now! occupied asa Be, 36R

sometime. '' Dade t'OU'Il.1. I ride of the steamer.' Thirteen men and ,bicycle store. Apply \Ito J2J Thlrf

,-L-: Mortgajje df'edH Vahia! to C i the ship's dog. Fall haada." were taken I teeath street ( 1M

Mr. aid Mr*. JLortaso Blackstone of c. Cuttre in sum ,o' **>. tw nty-ty ni !Off. I j I ,: Headquarter fancy groceries. fruits r.
ar la the dtjr today and regia arise la i *. ', tp 44. iauee4tjMortgseJR i Capt. Wallej said they had' been -rat Wilson Fly'* 7 1 CARE!: OF HOUSE WANTED.-ABJ I i-

red I at the Biscay**. : deed- r.'u 4 her |C. *o i i twenty-six day on the wreck,'snnd nine Pure Tn..... one desiring to have their furnished
cream on sale at iI
--t- and ;,wife loManr Brske l. tor 'I5': la- 4 days without water. home cared for during tbs summer, forth I
: Blscayne Drug Company. 142
'Fred Ratter and, jrlfe. of West Palm M. blk. 41 .with all In |-' r 'f mcnt* I The sailors' Joints were stiff andswollen UM of a poetics of the ..... ssycommunicate I

Beach. *r. among the visitor la Miami Warrantee deed-fli.<. Peacock aowlf }I j from blood poisoning, for In DeSrabl>> ethos room for rent Inquire I with, "H" |(ear of M*> .5

today.' They and 4o a oa ...._ .. to Mary E. A.lnr. '.. $|oO. .lot ''I their frenzy they had chewed lead of Rank of Bay C'aeayn tropolia.k .

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L T. Bawl, of Tampsx la among bur Warrantee ..-.on. tuna Len j 1 boils.: Th. .tumir-a.' llteb at,-,YaI South'. R--- oppwtttj post I ICo Miami rConaervatory or Muaie.I

vsitor today M' having'. ooea*. Over;'oa Co. to Josie R Fuo.>. for 406. loin K I stove and the butt started In hoisting offlea; beat meals Board fa tows. Short (roan .. Fraaktta Cnlainan'' '''''I! director IS I
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egal 11 and It] blk, 67. -. M.aaU. I kcr oa board. Before midnight U* Or or west t Twelfth street *M

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!\\r : ? A Course !Jim i Book.kee ing and Business Forms, Value $40.00! +

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Wits; each payment made on ac unt numbered 1, counting as one 'ote. two wee s. a tlcet containing 2 votes, a three months subscription 13 votes a year's
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....el.'*.1.*) _,..-*-.-..I.-..!..-...oa...e...r.Tte. I.il.d. I huge On;: fora the Mil. e.get a umbers and.From 114"I'a ci I e 1'1'Wt'II rrrwa Iontt..bipado..a are.ot spotlInt to Bush & Safford Piano Co.J ., ; I

late the faton ami) Ml wounded alai. III i Nalwd Crane ar* I the Ihizun'* :!I f j
wa Ibonglt. dyilng durlnit tbe flrit t dar l.awp.-totyw.do deKtroj Pl"-tbf' are Sal H*>presexxtal. I (Clubbing Rates.
,. of theo battle-I/I ifiettyatiur and witlnutbe I ........ JiKJtiy:; every ancestor that. It let i St ln"" Confederate liD<-". ....y. tbe |I'itta- tome tbrjwill" ink of capture each ZTmerscn Piaao Co. J3Dtcn.I
burg Llixpatcuj. flbe :late l: neral 1 John warahlp 1111 I I
conxonan l ly named Ituntian '' Other Hich Grade Piano and Piano Players. -
B. Gqrdoa. caaiering by. aw lilni and t the raclflc. And do they not content- cdT'aThe :
recognized' ,U14i.!! UiatuouLtlng. he approached plate a ppmible. deteot1! Yea; but rap- Pianos from $:25 up. Cash or easy jwyments. Tun- I !
o tIIe1!.prostrate man and Inquired tore no. :001'1'1'II a'Japaneae hip., and Repairing. \ few bargains in slightly people of Iade will want all the I
< what br. fotild do for WIlLl high or low. BO Into port a prize. ninjj I County news
I -1 am dylaxf .. Darlow. "JtM When the turret are Jammed and used pianos. Open e\ enins.' this year as it is to be an interesting ope; because -
. reach+ Into ..,.llo.oci.t po.-let. draw out the the big gun dumb, when the screwsare 5 I of the elections
I letter you tn4; there and read it to me. a III\ and all d *enae I.I dead and] OOOOOOOOOfXyr3OOOoeoooQQCCO<>'vThe .XX-'OCOCOOCOOOu j
p' It to from "ply.1.wlt.! done. I lip men chown by lot before tbO'll' i
.M Gon..ad1 letter.> bepin iln; of artkm will from u..irj County
1 New, nfiK' at,- MM arln... pleaidratrby .tatk > 'in the heart of bed! chip perform Central vLocat Nat.cnal State and
I tb t ineythe I want you to noli "the but foil'' measure of Aero ; I II
m Is bee th h*! town over' louder tlon In exploding tbe magazine*. anal I
f wbat b.i happened to IIM't .- the i> item petalod phrvnantbrtuum onj', -----7 ; -- ------ --
-I will.' [replied Gordon. the 1 i>",Tial atandfcrd will go deep!,' I
f lie';'pest fot Mr*. Barlow, ,faring hers down la. welter of blood and ateamj PROPRIETOR The Metropolis.
safe coodm-t. I brooch tbe*onthern tiara.r and > yoke till, -rtreaked with gab anjicik I ii, :
and then fmti. > away, rertaln that liar *. < d with oil, the lukewarm whirlpool 'PioneerEA.FOPSELL :
t low'* death ra* a attention _f only a Has perfected arrangements!I whereby it cai; offer
t few bones at moat. 1'10"I I I such attractive rates for various newspapers
C But BarW' did not die. Hi. wife Val.. .| A.'H... cw._ ; RATES $j.oo TO $2J.so! PER D"\ I I'Llo that there should be no !jexcuse for people re-
_ rtIM procupl 7 and bad hill rewoiedi j American farm crop ,
TU( value
t. tbeilowo" >f Gettycltnnt. where she ,'for I "3 la pla.vJ at a trifle over tiiK.o j' tel Corner Axcnue B aid nth strerl 1htI maining in ignorance a$ to the happenings of
arecd him *jt faithfully that be wr-nrprod. official flitnrea. This the 1' I I|
s/.tsul' by jtlie year. |
Manyboth lean p.od I ".. l FLA. I
which at lIt |
\ lot 1..1iJp ('()ttoD. peesrut ;'
algbf jnenhi were ,,. at. ;.' wobkl add over $" JO.OOO.OUII I ITRJOLLEYiS h I ==7--- -..-- --.j -- -- --
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dinner la H'a.hinRt..n. one :, I 4 ,. / :
morrl : .
-+- Uniform
brought tbeol tocether aliJ ( IInfl\." In I I C rmar Army *
traduced theju. Time had for i ipenonal I T >. Cartoonist."iTr. The ka-..r II"! H Mauer 1 a derret j RATES. .
appftirance of Uxu."Are IN THE WOODS. I Piin \h" has tliHcorrred. the ',which ii is the: dcatljkrtell to the black i .

you akiy relation to : Ad. .._ .r Eleelrie H.Ur..4a I* i iI fact that jthe only places! where the overcoat of the'' (;Jicriuan; officer. ,
' Barlow who Wa< kitW. .{ Uetty*|>unV- : I i'INt! A>............. I cartoonist; and caricaturist are safe A1'rI'ril .1 on'lrl the light jrrai The Daily Metropolis
. allllrd. I GonSu TUr aimou ioui"at of Pant Smith | are Great Britain and l the t'niied overcoats are ah n i lible.! The e I One
.t"l; a re y near ,....tloa," answered the tcteran aide and hotel keeper at \ Stat'' In (France, he goes on tosay. are worn a gfxnl dta1 l already )rut an J i Yedf'z
' wltlj!{ a ian b. -I am Ute very' the .., that several electrk j !the M to nit ill i likely to be many officer still! prefer the black j 55!
; shah who w 1"i kllW. Rat I liavk- been 'dirulldE.\ \\ be rnnnlnit throughout i' challcngpi) to a tlut'In\ (:('rmIlD) coat with it* neat red collar and' Daily Tim s-Unioh $10.00
InfJMiBedlo thjitBarlow a wan named tl.lon wsa -la ill.cagner'. there areI.law about Icze majr-t cuff His! majesty decides upon J
hi life I hattM later t1.j..slitl'.t
> on. ; wU'lic.not KD bad as It ..uunds.says 'Turkish caricaturi-t if there i* Times
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. ny :ettye Nurc. Are 7t any Sew Yor'arMl the uniforms of all hi many regiments II emi-\V ekly -Union 550.
4 ill to that mant J the t rather Interfem with .: any pucli kin;:, li\rd on the average I -not a button or inch of ,gold I 1
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, "f am be.' was tie "'PI ly.a they I the priiilne rlldmw* of the wood to one Meek alter taking up the prnfeion. *- braid but hill th@Iai;i >'4'r'lI eoneitler-" II Weekly Metro >Hs with j Semi-Weekly)' Times-
'. BoobLben,*i f 1a u)1001\ !K ate > longing In ('Nina the funmakfi is ation and -anctton( I or di.approtal.The I.
be charged pou by a pile
'It" pcb<< brartr ............k..i i trolleya' vlwn one U rtpcrtlng. a liable to inemlrnient, the oc.va- uniform of _ill I.. new CoofialSchutz : 'j Union r Z I2.0Q

bear at the ery Mast. but the trolley I I lion bring;: Ina I Itt IF THE JAfS LOS 4 I.. rar has Its 1 .....nt.I ...- with Lircworks .:: IAE ..t: *.r him. hijh vcllu boots and alL j 12.25
' i i I I* the tcrrl I>le droneht of la.t nrlna With Weekly I'd 1m Beach pews ; $2.00
i. Mj4 tHY III a..... I heir : of the Ore that deTa tated the j .
aklp ...... kaaiID .............. 1 moat wtldernen ai It bad never been before. A, GREAT SENSATION. I ; ..
I > *plte theIe: .. of the Boerj war; apt by sparks from railroad tnglnr ROBBED THE GRAVE. ;I
thf JapaneMF .iol 'J'little <>|x'n order,' *. Man : atria for damage are i I I There ;'wan. a !>!ll( aenaatlon 10 Ieenirllle. A startling Incident III I narrated, by Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
me 1 extended''function workoperated their" now pending! agalnct the railroad compaale I$.. ...b"lW.. H. Brown of that John Oliver, of Philadelphlj; aslows |fH- \ can take advantage of |these offers and cash
laft nanearen.i T. in| .olidi I \ by owner* of burned forestland .'I place who was' expected to dl., had'' : "I wa ID. awful condition. in advance must all orders for
Wa.i [trim right .aJ a* *. If tlirlr point can be aaatalnedby 'his life saved by Dr. King'* New Di.- Mv skin wa almost yellow eye stir '11liD. 4 L j accompany'
I abaped w a ptrlt ler say. nomad compasses tbemelre tor these combinations.
law the :eoTerr' Consumption lie write: tongue coated pain continuallr In
Yokohama roireapondentlapan. the may 1 e forced hi elf preteclkja '1"1 endured Inaaffrrable agonies from bark and side, no 'i.pPf't'te.' growingweaker *1 ,
liodon: $.UII. mesa FV1Jmod rlecrlc which wired ADDRESSMiami
to use power Asthma but New Dlarorery rem day by day. Three physicians
11 trabal. Varqiti amagata,.achange < ash from the abundant waterfall of the ?! your g :; {
|f Japaaj would Mot lIP 44 wml... roull: not endanger the forest Immediate relief and anon thereafter had given ma up. Then II.a* advised
tatun I. pull tb4 condition* oljW In time ef 4i nvgbt \ effected A complete erure'' Simi to use Electric' Bitten; to my Joy, the .
jet I n flsbilns he rr| : Another gfeat advantage of,the trolley lar cure* of._*alDl'tlo.. pneumonia.bmnchlU Brut bottle made a decided Improv Metropolis.
Japan will reriialtia her tadfs i half for wool* one II that Itcan, aor- and grip are numeronn.If nent. I continued their i JOe for three '
*. Be "'; the< they will btj tb..", reasonable grade. whereat f
Jill' mount any ) the peerless remedy for all throat week; and am now a veil m., I
_,. wiry t.* Inn w victory,- the team railroad baa to stick to the lung '
sad Poables. Puce She and ll.no. know they robbed the era* s of anotbervletim"
tilts wa* lICIt | > .etfv confideitc* oli I level or male a level for Knelt at great
Triatbottle to!
shoal| tall
Goanateed, by an drnggUta. one try
the; abeaM wfW arrior hot pae;4z coat. Om tie whole, the woods* haveworse '
oCUte oolr aplrlt Jaaam kaof"1 eneatiefj thus the'troHey cat free "i.dw i i.' them. Only (0 cent, (rjaraatea*. stall 'I'
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'NOTICE. or elected. The office of secretary .rd to Noncm. WV* .
I VlVlVt VtVt **%v'*a*
Florida) ast, Coast Ry. I treasurer, la ,the discretion uf the S

To All Whomj It liar Concert: i board of director, may till filled bone To An Whom It nay Coccera: ;
LOCAL TIME CARD No.fw 3. i in Effect Feb. 16,1904. NoUc I* hereby given that the undersigned and the same person. The naaie I Kotlc t* hereby prep that the < Bderslgned J Trade Mark : t>

Intend to apply to his EieellencT of the officers.and director, who are, intend to apply to the H< norable -

i iousi-mi BOWL i OtTMBOUBB-MAt UP.B&M William 8. Jennings, GOTernor to conduct the business of the corpwation '( Minot 8. Jones. Judge of the II WADDELL'S I 11

N e.. N N..ti rriTKHK.Ha..11 ...71 N..74 N..N of the >Slat* of Florida, for Let until those elected at the first"I Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial I f (

D.Hy. b.Lr. L.tlr. !t-1' w..I Ir 17. ll.ilPail/. ten Patent OB the proposed charter election hall be qualified ores Thomas I Circuit of Florida within and for Dad Guarantee it aWritten f'1

....... T.& 1v wu. r a w. .. TtapMi .-.w hereto annexed: : county for Mid Judge's approval !''o, s
a J'kaonv' L.l.SoaaiSt.Aacu.Un. l. .. .. Itta 10WI Coatlgaa. president; Edward Burke. Contract"i
-.. 1 l p 11 14 I I I -. T w. 40 Thl 24th dar of February A. D. 1904 first rice-president John f. Olive the proposed! Charter hereto annexed
-... { .. ... 11 I.. HMimn L U s00 u :d..LN.! ; .--, t.oM l) I'MPMa EDWARD BURKE. second ThM-preaident; 8. L. Pmtt'rson, upon )Monday, the tits day of Apill

10 >d I rl u 17 p +, Ar..P.i.r\1 L.1 .4 Si 400 ... I JOHN F. OLIVE secretary and treasuie'; and ThouuuCostlgaa ..1 I A. D. 1MM, at TltusTiUe. Florida. You ire t* irk.,rrd or I I I II ij
40 OO 11 4s a UaI<*..PaUlal. Ar IMa 110 ttp He u tot. I II
THOMAS COSTICAX. Dated thl 10th
I Edward Burke Johl! F. OI- [ day of March. A. D. '

7u 71Tp. .J Arb.aN.tenL. ., .. I W. W. ERWIN. iI j 1904. I '
W. W. S L Patterson
0 Tt0 1... ( .M.Lvb.'iNa.nA 76. tua 711 flip Ire Erwin and: He put you oo top I II t
S. L. PATTERSON'f shall constlum the bo H of director I C. L. Fj ROm SON. by I I II
41p Lv.. Hrorsu L. 4 .1 .. ... felling you tt the I I II
Ol p ..Drc..ll- ... : .... The organltatioa awl first annual[ f M. LEONARD, bottom I I .
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3 01 10 H p OT ..Oraoad .: t 14 "IMaMa' I IL ,.. CHARTER. meeting; .>f rU: stockholifi: shall beheld J. F. OLIVE CM .
U M 11 47p b4 :.. DaTtona.. ..1 1 U The undersigned persons, Thoma oaj JC. .&. HART, tufffy four __ if r- dr.me J
? the first Monday la April. A. [ ii
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.... 1I1, 140 31 43 p p floe, .irk Jl*w Ba Hill.>Trtia.... I'1 4 Ma SSlJ"r Coetlcaa. Edward Burke, John F. Olio D. 1904] in the city of Miami' Florida: CHAS. H. OARTHSIDE. Hu oas* it year t rlydat.yet

r.. 174 4 p /p 11 N ..Titu..tu. 'i..Ha W. W. Erwin and S.' L. Patterson the principal place of business ol I el Out rotukfy.Cfforf. < >
T p .. awe. < I U .., .....:. CHARTER. |' j
.l1 ...K-rklmtro 10 ........ hereby associate themselves together said roInP&ll1. at the omc* of Gra .r '
EM Oalll in 1 II ..._._ for the of becoming Incorporated i :Th* undersigned person C. L. F.
1 41 /} p 00 ... MrltwurM. ticiin 7 11 tl purpose I ham. Patterson ft Erwin: and there I A. WADDELI
p ..,.1..J .b..ttea... UMaj.... .. ::::::: under the laws of :the State of Robinson T. M. Leonard.:J. F. OUT. ,
6 3 1 p '. ...St. Lvila.. ,.. !. 4-ia. ......_ alter of the first Monday, In February '.1' I..f.t T.Ior..a .1
... ._, lllti ... E. A. Han and Cbaa. H. Garthalde. oo tunas A
n 7 p r p g1 Pt. Pl rr ISM ft Iona ... Florida. of each and :.il.ea .
oaar. .
4 ....T1hb.lt... I ...... I" I' ... every year. themselves Aaraar
.. ....... 5)p ...-t1..*....., gds...,.... I ejf ........ I.rue ....... .? The following I III the proposed charter The OOcers and board of directors/ ., hereby assodaU together rst Xn. & l. Nia 1
""- fl ..J..... ,.. ..... I*Ma..,.... ._.. for the purpose of''becoming Incorporated : >ti. Hi. ;
-. -..-...cup wp .... .Blaart.).... I ........ tUa ...... for the Intended corporation: of said corporation shall be elected at,
..- ... .- .... !I p ....t. Hound. t ... .n ....... ..---- Article One. The name of the corporation i under chapter 489S of the Act "'A""" "' '''M" 1
... .. iw'.q the fizsi annual of the stockholders '
:.... 40 p ..- Jupiapr r4 la .... ; meeting _
04 4f 01p 4IQ W P.mlkaeh 3 10 lOp SUa l UaUMa 6tr shall be the Dade County<< 6! of A. D. 1901. of the Law of Florida
l each annual
r 46 40 p 44i ..MB Brack.. T Ca 10 lOp SKaTt f 01 and at meetln ;'
h.--.. t0 p ....,.. .".I4.y.toa _.. I C7 .... !>. .. Title Insurance and Trust Company, of the stockholder if In !'I The following 1* the proposed char TWO IS BCTTtB TRAIT OK*.
1. ..... I1 p ..4.y. !.Itolray S It ....... T J4a .......: i1M pp : thereafter or ter fur the Intended society and club
... .. with principal office:at )dlaml. Dad r' :
-- O Op r. Ft L rlrAU 0 vi, > II .... 4 s any year no regular ancnal meeting H"*' inter
ItT .- 1P Sp .... .a Hallaarta1'*... 44$ ..... t. ....... County. \j Article ;. Tho name of the society ;apo for tile METBOPOU
$1 1 U p ... ... ...Ifwinn CUT.r tit .. ..... .... Florida. for any cause be held they shall fee,I rradrnt You want to MT. mosey .
1W. M II N 140 .Miami AT 413 TMps t a.. i'ii'aTmlu OM I Article Two. The general nature of I! elected at th* next meeting of stockholders (, and club shall be Miami Gun Club. and we know bow to help joa. WI
j : : with principal office at Miami Dad raw Bz U *o you pay |little mort UM
the bnaineBk be
to transacted shall be
M(44 Map al atatl<>* vtwrs ttax Bi lot ih wiJacksonvClsj ,thereafter called for that par' r the price of one and
01 i the Insnrlsg the owners ol real estate I' pose 'county.,FloridLArtJr. |
Cobd.ated $eh.dnt. Botwe n and St Augv.tin.. ': mortgagees, and other, Interested Article, Six. The highest amount of, .. 2. The general nature of the TlmUDion.ad, Citixro ba rcopatl*

JACKWMVILLIIT. aa Mik rIwllr tiltIl.. 0L |IIU real estate I as owners. Incumbrancers I object of the corporation society and Ores reduced to the following prieM
N. Ns Nw
tie N. tt7} 2Sf N..43 t. Indebtedness which this
company may
MUSTMv.IackaMTina Dally LsUr pair 1.4y bile b.l |tl.SllOp Kal r jr IIr k | I I.t any time subject itself is oD..b.1Ilof six DIOD...... .. .E S

_.. TUaMMaSUaUMa M r a I* is Mp t SMp400p 1N* 176pl URM 1 l reason of llena. Incumbrancea or de- the amount of .its then fully pal" fiction of skill on the part of the club'members OD" JMr. ...... ............. .00 4
A r..naa.,_ 11 St a 1U E01 p 11ap tli>,l4Mp ,' fettle Utlea; the loaning and Invest In capita] stock. ia the an,of wing and lrap We propwe &0 .. ,lie ->

.t s+W KfUM.*tf IMlljl Nw r Nw *..1( B.XH a.7 t Ba.pi Inc of money upon securities upon IU Article 'Seren. The names. | shooting and also the entertainment IHIIj tnd Sunday Timed-Union aD4l
..ItWCUOSlTlUta. / I Dot Hallf > 1+ UrKaa1a i residence kind tithes cod the Marmornu
7 DdiJ 7
1 lt.taLlk.toI .a own account. and ai agent or trustee I > of club of similar and of mem for
Six .
of the Ineorporator of this: lta _
Nas. IM TM TM 11 HaXl 1144a'tlt' 40 Up 1t* 44)Tb persons hold ben of such club la friendly contexts |
for One
p P other ; the acquiring, jear ....
accost I
Jlc>aniTlll... 44* 4M 1 444a t *|> 1141 pl 11, 1 N 7I* IMp 741 j company and the of raps galof WcwIllaeDd ; J|
Ing. natn.%,(eaalni. Improrlnj and IfJs- stock subscribed t for by ,each an M I' skill la wing aad {trap shooting; an d 7041 tii..ilemiweeklyh

lollowins An Through Pnnxaaa Trains:) I' posing of property real and persons follow: Thomas CoatI.... New York also the giving of jprUea, to oodoo MBTBOroUCHr rioMv-Uoioa and Citizen ad U.

I tUTEl) TUBNt I i Metis: mm ; the aeeepti and executing of tram I I competing IB contests of skill at win g 1
fctTsW **-M.w rk.a4 nartda faaUl I .Ba.1la/aCbtr.R..a> ritrld rpMtell City one hundred and four (1041 month for. ...,.. I 1 M
T, t 1..d$f-ee.Mrsls P.Ia L. hod 1 mmt** ..e.a..ad florlda UaUM4P pursuant tA? order. judgments and I share; Edward Burke. New York City and trap ahootlD( Ontjear.III. i a
441..d M- .. ns 4 Pond.Umlwd 27.d a TY. PMrWs Uml .d t and I Article I. All members of this en b
decree of ;courts of record bar
y one hundred and three (103). shares]; Tbu. for f i ceoti coreshoe Uw
.I1..w.1Ms1. .m. .1 tr.Id.&r.tPv11a.t Csrsand tr a t fwvwlll Wc k t.L 1
} *.. .p r .4*s ttn t.au.* .wkie. .atr.4w aat arts u aaarf.d.AXTOKD I virtue of devises and bequests; acting Joha F. OllTe, New York City on* shall be gentlemen oil at least twenty price of CN daily,IOU jrrt two poet f.

u agent, 'attorney-in-fact.. exeeator.. ono year of age acct ahall b* admitted and for iffy < >DM glare tbca C C V.-
-.*. BBABDO. I O&AJTOI CITY BRAXCB.Ssatsoss. assignee hundred and three (lOS)j sham; W. to membership IB said club by k majority star price of the Hrrmorou,yo* .
administrator trustee aa-
W. Erwla. Miami, Flax. IMyeD<<7-ftYi the 8eml.Wnk1l Timer-U.a. S
TBTIlP.lly bell Ba.li|TP BaTI ITI i 1T.TtO1m. tiu.f Pafly a .4 signer for the I benefit of creditor"*, reeelTer (75) snare, and 8. U Patterson, Mi vote of the Executive' Committeeof Citi-B and fife Farmer and FnM

.iL.. TIa.r1u... U SIPt NMaLvSiarru' ...ArIKIaL or cnardlaa; and owning and ami. Fla. one hundred 'and fifteen this club. Qrower.
Send .
O t..w. .A 11 f Uk'HclM .ArII & Mkiui\ abstract book lavd | Article {. The term for which this your *eb.eripttoe. to us- CW
operating covering
= O.IL k 4.rpA.s" .. .A 11 ... i T.. Allltta (115) (hare*. i I. advance always at C...... prion.
42 ..4 ...L 1.K. A'.Or.CltiJi.tr ; title In Dads County<< Florida. aa4 THOMAS COSnOAN. (Seal) |club Is to exist Is twenty-five<< years. TM Umopou.

the making''and selling of abstract or | Article 5. The names and residence 111..1. ria
a.ITMly e .1$ K p.Buiday. EDWARD BURKE (Seal) the
aTATPOKTBBAJTCB. searches of! title therefrom. of subscribers u4 as follows:
( Daly.II. JOHN F. OLIVE.: :(Seal) -H-1" *-
IfSt Article Three. The amount of thappal T. M. Leonard redding at Rons s
W. W. ERWIN. (Seal))
.. p .. .....flta ....... .... ....if St'aSits. p stock shall be Fifty thouaaad Point .
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USIt ? -......*......*.....-............... l> S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) I .
$1 M. 154 -.+... -?-...-_MU I... _T...................... l VMS, ) p dollar* ($54,00000). divided into fir* I Charles H. Garthskde, residing a t Cooley & Homer
S .......... T4 a. I ;
$1.. Y P '+ + >,_>. ..I.... 1 SKI 7O hundred ahare of the Par value of STATE of FLORIDA |i Miami Fla. '

One hundred dollar ("00.00) earl. E. A. Hart redding at Rhode Island.
fUlllSULAJt AID OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT IANL.h which shall I be, payable at, the option, COUNTY OF DADE' : i J. F. Olive, residing at New York. Tie(Rut Estate nj Fetal Actits.ListYoarProFertjffitkTki..
1. I On this day':, personally appeared before
i r
I :C L F. Robinson at Newport I
SLIM HMmcem BUM AT um wrra TEAHSNI! Of m r. 4 o. s. t. CO >AIT roc of the corporation la cult or JIt'I:>i-:11. me Thomas Costlgan Edward .

HAVANA KEYl WEST AND NASSAU. real or personal, et'a jlM1} ...rv.tlonto Burke, John p. 011"",.. W W. Enrtn. I R. LArticle .
( The business of ills
be fixed by the of Director corporation _
and 8. L. Patterson, to me well (nowaa

T TT..TaM.skew t .Oaw it wkleh tralm may b* nnrw4 to arrlT*wd 4Vparlr of this company at a meeting called *| the persons described In and who I shall be conducted' by ani A.h. piece of bay tress property
Mon tb*anrml MatbMa. bet tbrlIWaif anlnJ.f.Wp.rtale at (h* ilaMX >ta .l !..o4 iraarMM**. for that f ; i Executive Committee', of five m emwith ripaniB nhu, within few .
Mr4lasmsm. W C..pe y s.M r. poq.abl.l., :_andtUaj r uj .o .>s'>*an*tiimmg tk.n> purpose subscribed their names to the! foregoing I .1.' *". walk the a
| ben-a president, a vlee-prenldeat. twoae sees_ .
Article Four. This corporation hall article1: Incorporation M aad '"L"1"1' bel"*!04 fed oo bay aid
I secretary and treasurer. The: office
p.. C.pi.1Ui. TIME CARD or Other Imf.rm U.* continue apd bare full "wer to exercise for article of Incorporation tot {the I reel deep bating a lot of flue
of secretary mad treasurer stall be i .
bnriug tree oik Thl. ..
and Operate Its corporate: fran Dad Coanty' Title Insurance aad a BB*.. t
i filled: by one aad the same penua.I place for a wiater home ,
chlce. privilege, power and vnmuat-! Trust Company and did severally acknowledge
Oem. PBM. Afent. ST. The names of the officers aad
ties for the tern of Bin ty-nlae (39; ) that they executed Ul4I same T.etftl
t 1 ben of the Executive!: Committee: who Sim B11ct
yells from and, after th i exuciencement fob the purpose and nses therein ex MIA1JI. FLA.
-- are to conduct the business of the corporation
of Its corporate existence pressed.N |
until those elected at th*j lint I I ,
1 Article Fire. The new cf ( ; |N WITNESS WHEREOF, f hare I{
election shall be qualified are: C. L. F
i HEAVY BI.ACKSMITHIXQ, company' shall be = t.tei by aboard hereunto set my handed official seal = White
!Robinson Eagle Bather
president: Chas. H. Garth !; .
Hor.-8h<...ln ) W..n.t: Carriage Wor I of five (5) dl t preeidcot. this S9th day ot February. A. '

.......F 1 B. H a I en 11/1/l Ii IAtI KIDd.Brazen Roopairlnlf.and Soldering first Tlce-preddeat.| second vlce-!I'HI l (i D. 1904. I,1.lde. and vice-president treasurer;add J. F.E.Olivetart' A. Hart, seere-T F01ILh11fS. No Waitiw '.'

"T All Work Guaranteed First-Clas dent. secretary and treasurer, and ai.y (Sf al) ,. W. HORNER. 1 1)(. Leonard the Executive Committee Best Servile (a the City.

other such offlcef sagenta or employe Notary Public la aad for 'lof
said club. A.
a* may fnna Urn* to time M appo-a fed dll the State of Florida at Large 1 Proprietor
S33.OT OOO. Avarua D. ; j The organization and first annual >02 T...,,... an....
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1 1 meeting of the member of this club i. .

l shall be held on the first Monday ia I .
n. J
MDonaldSAXtT. >. I January A. D. 1905. In the city of I

> Miami, Florida, at the Seminole Club

: .\ y 1' and thereafter oa the first Monday la @ @ ; : Rates.

SEABOARDAir J January of each and every year.
Article 1. The By-Law of this corporation Youcan save! money by sub-
1'1 1 : I .
j PLQ IBERS' A are to b* made altered orwinded re- scribingyou for the
papers ,
Lins Rail : II by a two-thirds vote of the !
war SUPPLIES: want
members of this through
i.:1: I Il corporation la good .

I Cleveland lid standing at the time of the passage of
l i i i I :3FTOH.0 j! I Biqele Igftej any by-law. The I

I i | All kinds of wheel '_ Article' 1 The highest amount of Indebtedness

Savanaah. Columbia, Camden Southern! Pines.. for sale or rent or liability to which this ,
Raleigh. :*RichminJ( \V.lihin {ton. Baltim ro; I :<2I lti Street 'Im$ ria -orporatios shall at any time subject

,hiladelp ia. New York. ; r |, Itself shal| sverjbe| greater than two- We can give you the

-- thirds of the of the property ofI
DailyDaily imesUnionandMetropolis
ThreeEleie; nit Trains Daily. I" 1- I the Yair

Saaboard N ;! York. Ul\1lte : McNeill & (0. !, Article. The amount la value of the for

Seaboard Express ,[,1 ': Seaboard Mail, real estate]to fee{simple, or any lease = 10.oaj a year, or both

} I hold estate whir the corporation may for si: months ,fot.5oo. .

Modern PIla} l) an Eil( ment.I ., Livery Feed and Sale Stable ( hold. subject always to the approval, \ .

I I I nf the Circuit Judge, shall not be over I ,

TIM 4..abwlt Tow cwt (9.14* I. I. t 1..1.U',.. .......d ....I.ya' { P t1U.4 l'2th Street, West of Railroad. the sum ot $2. nfl.' I, : ,I.-
,.e./.U.d.rht( to.A .ar4 aI.n.-.fl'Se.r .t. d..e.t
..4.1Iaa t-(I".C.a4 .........." .E' '{.. Tar e, "'_I.. t lawn .f .... .u.. .," 14 I.p.... I C. L F. ROBINSON '
t.EJact.on'ftkI.Lp..t.ds11T! 4..a II>r..A ....Ulll.,!.... 4UilO' anogrut n. .IAwn4r We hare gentle horses, broke for ladies tjo |ride and- driveGoc T M. LEONARD The
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Only l lne, opera ink Il.J ilyh\ u h ''t'Ppt'r from 'd I Comfortable- Carriages I J. F. OLIVE

1 E. A. HART. Daily Metropolis,
.1ack onvillt' tn. N ( rle.in4.u : I
First class Teams
( ; 1 too ,

:1 .' I .I I I Reliable; White Drivers j I. I STATE OF FLORIDA. Semi Weekly$5.5O\ '

For fall |informalio tI!latid sleeper rereri ., ail on any are, I 01 lhe I I COt'NTT OF DADE: I I

ri I I I1gas Oa thin day personally appeared before Tunes"L4JOn I "

; ICDDHNttL 8e.7: :: ..t' fl"I".fe. ." .. 1'9d NPSe-t-s ;: ins C. L. F. Robinson T. M. Leonard ,

A. 0 1 L JactsaDJille Fit j. F. Olive E. A. Hart aad Chas. a year]

I I ; 1M i H. Garthslde. to me well known as the
s. C. BOYLSTON.J ass. Agt. ii Florida Pastime"'la i Weekly Metropolis and SemiWeekly
: ostrial Record 2 i persons described In. and who subscribed ..

I l their name to and executedthe Times-Union both :
| Publishing Coii ., ,2
f .H ; foregoing article of Incorperatlona one J2.OO.
I I year
th. pabltulmn of beaatfrall
kmaaiar a
I ... ..... ... r .,. familTmavariv and for article of Incorporation i :
1 of Finnda RfMNancvaad K ** It will he }?'.w .* .rt.,.,..;. of
J lOi... Salt line ... u.*d .. ..r m+ .._.... ,.
waLTER sI GJAHAIi JUU;% M. JACIt T. J I I 5 L P TTr.It<:O tr..4 a kaa4.!.M .mmamrm tn T Inmtr a carp "" .. .... ........ ,..... l'I| Jammg i
isut \'f-'P- Nc'w "- .... It .an.w .. "' __11.1>>. rrw acknowledge that they executes the I he Pompano Inn '
SPECIAL -Tk R.cocS -M Ii*tan lki pahlii a ho.a fUOTtaaia ,
: I Ibad' I I ..b.ceiata. ti.t.f..e b.N.r.lZ. T. A.. tbs. the ... ..'i't: ... ..;. ; for the
same and there
.. ..claraHiiiwrftiam. : Fill >. ....... ....k... ..... wad In lada.tnal B vur4 purposes use* !*
\ ; i' Co Jac.._.I1... ria-with BOHI..ilT. .r..4 you will... riirrrt tor ..., ..y...f..... i expressed. J i' '*..! McCoeab, Proprietor
Ab6 .. ,
Cougty raet Co.LTCORIORA ..riB4MNl. The r ** aWa .. aaV aW _' T ;
ETTDT|>ii-.if mm. kr r sirt...ao Slla. (A..o., .. r.rasptats la Witness Whereof, I have necanto :
I I I I ,,nit Ura .
I I .._..'eI, a knatifal lltaarrapkolaoBTndr t set my hand and official seal! jt"
( Ea i
I'I'I'I' .tSEWCLL .......'lw..YaoI writs.e ..'FtorMaladuttrial '... aW_, alkvai.... *ank9jcnta. ol MS Ir I seventeenth day of March, X DL pot -
f I j I .ledsyj. ....... I tor I
Bt1ILDta MIAMI. LA. I I KITCRELLj, Fentlemesi
I ; Record,Company ..--. II Notary PlablleN!\ Public. only. Produce bnyera and si .
,. lKitor> will find that
SeaL they
: J
P r.l.k atx.ram u! ....,..;... Ai- .. d TItle tlJ ....Y 10M h j. I I My Commission Expire January. IS. from' here. tba from' s oti.poiatoatbcliBc. day
., A_", .(..aera. .
1 ra >"s+.'- *1 Mil tlMIM1 .al " I

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; The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their I l lI

condition: at the close of bI siness Match 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the, condi- ;

I, I I : '!tion of the Fort .:Dallas National I to which( the public attention is called, showing continued increase i ,i i ipyi I

\ i in;' strength and business. : I .[ I : r i I

I i Report tio the Comptroller\ of CfirrenBank (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas National I

I business March 28th 1 ;,
. !; I t 1 I i I r it the! close of 1904.'I j ji I
I I 'n t I''
.1 I ; I', I !
I ; i I I : j A.SSefts Liabilities. I

I'' I i L Loans i and Discounts j. .r.i" M $$163.955 Capital Stock . . .'. . .. . .$t oo,000 oo I i I i:

,6.. I I. I '' 'I Overdrafts., . . . .I. 250 18 Surplus 1 . . . . . . 2.00000 '' I

I ,:, I I I I II'II'I(I I I U.,I S. -Bonds' to Secure .. .Ircu la bon. . 2?' ,000 00 Profits . . . . .' . . l.s6972 I I I
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:- I, :1 I i on the same. . .. .1.. .. .. .437 50 National Hank notes outstanding. . 25,000 00

I, 'I I I II I jl Dade Premium County Bonds. ... . I' .,,1 ", .000 i 00 I Deposits ." . . ..I I IK . .r '. . 262.070 I

I I Banking House. . . .. .....f. 41,214 13 I I
i i i' I .
r !' I 1 II} I Ui' S. Bonds owned. J.: .$56,625 oo I I j I

''t t I 0 ie from Merchants National r ,

I'. !I.: : Bank of New York. 4. 19,15988 1 i I I 1 1i

i : I' D ie from National I Bank of'' 'I 1I I 1

t'. )\ : : I Jacksonville . { .4.,1' ,18,30946 I'

, 't II I i", +I I Due from Mercantile ;Exchange = I .".

I I Bank of Jacksonville 7.336 13 I

: I D 'e from Trust Companies of I ,

l I I j (New York. . .j.) fl. .. 7.boo 20 I I .. :

- I I ,"I Due from State Banks, 'I ,and '! '. f I
: I I
.. 10,24908 I I
... .. ,\, I J3ankers..f..1 ?. I I I I.i Iw I.
" J'' Treasurer. .. 1.25000 1 1I
U. S.
I.. Due from '

i 1 w I I i I Cash on hand in vault. .4. 33.263 85 153.733 1 60 ''

i ,1 $390,640 I j

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m- I teachers i aid as 'In this way. Free
o ,
I membership to given to all teachers ,

j. f'f. -eommi!:tee of 1 tLfe I who give, ns their support wbile ve i
ARRIVALS. The mmmnmu!
'f. ; HOTEL Florida Audubon Society la eendlct will provldej them with literature. that' I cmntftmmflf, nmlmrmmmmmm == I
officer and members 1 tb! will ba of help n their lessons..Vni .
out to the -
I't SAN 1CA1ttA9- I 'fourth annual report ..,.: E. JL Graves, chairman, of the = ::: """
" ; Fred Rnttir sad wIt.. Weaj!_ 1 "The l executive committee of the subcommittee on preservation of bird ;;;;;;i I'"
'!J.I Beach: G. G. Floyd St. Augustine "In I I't Florida Audubon Society lake ple-l of the [Florida Federation of WooiaajsClubs. == : .
> i 1 lad.; W. 1>*.. 1Baltltaa the report for 1 th I reports classes for bird itndr E"H 1 J. .
' : I* Coode. Noblesvllle. anre in. Inclosing ;I;;;;; J
: '. part year. You will eee rma It %Aillderable at On and I and Green Cove Bprtmtt; '3 I ,
I I work has been done, ant It also, o instituting 'Bird Day.
'l I If that the "Th< naphtha launch which we 3 If.
4 ; to the eom'mIttre
U rratlfjlni == .
; Philadelphia, J. i ih'vws a ro-- tear and put at the dlipo- I E
H. WQkUc! In membership : ,1
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K. U I tY *** "&N1i: It'D'o'a the American Ornithologists' i E 3
f l .... Jacksonville; ;' lag Interest The Held for more I J
Savanna! r' require now 'at Cape Sable and doll 1 E == "
Co plan _
.- Atlanta:, G.! Bore* I U very treat and preeent 'j 1I I
f i Rawls, lamps,1. : : I 1 increased activity and the cr very g wd work.( 3 ''I'
.,. ,I -4--I i ',operation of all our friend It Is hoped "Fot r wardens are now ar 4r- on oar -e. = I!
y B18CATNKMr. ; all members will give the that
t god Ire. i. N. Adam M : rut! by their ....-lo and Information Sandy key UghtbouBe j' t Sebastian. I
"f t ... Chicago: Chaa R. serge* i qlI as well as by pror-of'tin! an I D )(. Roberta; Rtve ur thanks for their :
Baltimore; members.The ... "
I W. Lj KlUs. new I Phase cOItider UIiastrict. Cs.ridcati.We ..
Lorensof( Blackstone + the Pelican sland tn i ,::
1i 1 Cutler'Mr.' and Mrs. t soriety also needs all the fiiincial "DuIndian Ing year
Wilson; JacksonU *- donation will river, was made a CnlteJthe
: ,.OJu'fh- I 'I !"i I help It eaa received get. and an i ckroorl- 3tate.reeervation by order joiernmeat GOT- g Guarantee Our Gothes. I I
thankfully ,
j. '|, I J I be ', f fcr
fl.. t ; I ; .* at Washington. |a a recent -
.PROIO.I'17a.ON.'I 1 'edged by.the tree.urer.The Immmmmmmmmmmt
i' }|jA TOUOI, j. }! report of the committee fiCowf: letter I from our vice-president.! Mreorg ;; '
...:.. : I hej .
j [ \ "The fourth annual1 meeting of thot ; < N. Cbamberlin. says: ... .'
" I I i Hew-(JYork Newspaper I Four:' a Deficit!! i, Florida Audubon Society was held InMaltlaadt (have just visited Pelican Island 'with E !I == ,rE
tn: i I IJ of Mr. and i Warden Paul Kroegel, and saw over lit ::
f This : ; at the residence In thlocality. leant to say a: few words to you and we wish you to
+ five tljonsand pelicans nesting
: I"1- March 1. It114. :
J C. H. Hall, oa Tuesday. 3
I ..Teletrab ln CJ.ifali read and officer were I .* consider! them I"STRlcrLCUF( '! >EXTIAL, for we do
(Washington 'I t Reports were E I
{! ejected for the ensuing. year. ""'1 j have especially to thank all ,== not wish to injure the feelings of our competitors. What we
!I j ;I the U< Jisis .... >aptpublisher I "A: more general Interest has been I offlcer i and members who have br :- : I -
of wish is this."Tiiri ==
{ The lot to
the State for bit their -eady responses to our IUQ80 :s: say .l.
I Is a bars os< acMrdiug t > abown pr rtecUon throughout which Is manifest by anInrreaalng I lone >r demands, made the extension I == : SCKE.VTVAV" of being satisfied with your suit ==

I atatemeat. made, by C. Beits of :, membenhlp and generous of ou work possible."Fo and getting your money's worth is to buy it $eie. We 3
12c. Tort World.'before': tile Hour called the I- the New' [ Ibft POD"' !from members when ,I be == don't know a single {customer who is sorry that he traded ==
Committee on J 4Ie..uT toda>j on to aid fa the work. I.,
was being 8"o Membenhlp list. CM; leaflets and r "Toj urge all teachers to Introduce here but we have seen a great many who WISHED THEY 33
publisher, he said. la their schools, so that : I'
I nature study I I
warningactlcee "
I / ;ampblet4 dbtriboted. .000; I II .
one sK .j IT 1 ft AI) I Ii =
by the paper trust oo J.non la the! grow lag generation the interest ::::
f labor; combtratlobs on aaoti r au>l "r) .COO aentjout have for ben pouting written tomi ; and 4Te of birds mar' be created and I :i The reason? ( )ur clothes have individual style. Theyare ==

t a recently formed dry bomtt {o :i.tnus' apne: mbers of Betters Legislatures, agrlcultarUU.BcrticultnrUtv their usefulness more'' the [economy :== made by the, best makers in [|America. They are different 3 -'

| llou {ba I the other. Thj tstterj 41 vfjlceeulag teachers and private nature! will be generally un er-I:E from other' clothes; >you see. ) The price? Well it is easy 3E
the prwe 1''C hullvldnals.During 3E
In reducing ... oodr create a sentiment] among FloIdlana for [is to discount any prices in the city. We are showing a
.'Lad many of the then: ;:ir I '- tie rear lilt leaflets have I _==
{, '\York dafllea.. to; declared,'wfiull :aow| Been published,making the total nun against the btatal !'port of Uveplgeon Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.So. I Which is sold everywhere at 3
I shooting '
trap '
I* Ue kert year of leaflets published by the Florida I' .
face actual deficit
aa I "To try for a better enforcement ofthe := i25| 1I 1. i 3
jjM-oirin I I for In hotel
toi porting
Society 14. Curd I
reHefwas '
ualess JA 4
< two with JohalNo-iUl ba iuMsaansger *, stations ..iosand public plarea, Isws.By 'I I | == 1 I 1 The reason? We hive too many and they must bee ==
(aer ..J
pCM of the New Yofc Tiet; Mr I I giving a eontin* summary of the State showing the results of our IT..r'l j sold. Our $,ti.oo and 12.00 suits are by far the best to be 3

Salts apoVe' la favor of th. isrlao. of Florida bird[laws, has been printed the future work we as hope well as we our shall plans arousefresh for |I had: for; the price. "We carry the largest stock of clothing in
the Secretary ofaad ntnrt. -500 have heef distributed. i I
Labor to'tavestlgate iksaew ''bliq "Many arbclea on bird protection Interest In bird protection and E Dade County and can fit and please you. 3
those who approve of our efforts willtbllcly
yrtea sad scarcity of sews print bird stady' Ills : s.ools. Insectivorous acknowledge their position by ==
which have produce birds and agalasr the wearing of the == r
the causes
sad ==
of the Florida Au-
tarp t t4lUoaa. They declare till f I'.A..IFr-ttV have'; been written and by becoming tb-tf't; members." ... "
du boa .
of Janort4. .
tha International and the General Pa th. extarteai ltore, published *
Companies hara divided Ute set J papers.e r' ,,
par' Caltsd BtatM hatwsaa: I 1""* bavi "Ib local --retart.;: The lively Baptists of Live Oak. are >

: Sa sad De raised the prtos ofa ., paper Il4 be; an at Of-do. Winter Park creasing In number so rapidly that I I( JOHN SEWELL & BRO.J'
IDa dating the last 'four lean. At. spa. Dayton Apopka 0nD0D"Kllllaa the present church jlp not amble of

Morris took the view that theo .rnacralJl. u. hake; HeleL I. lien holding then. At S, business meetl&z .
amount- udabon Society bird held pas Thursday fit was decided to 3
< the tartC from wood pal dw'p we piaN = I FEEEEEFEEEEfEEEE! EEEEFEFEEFF''-=:
IllS to SLIT a toa.. would enable' {the charta. which ;lent to schools: they bIIDd 'at ;once a new church of much ::: 3
_I,, ooaatracttoa of tal.- I Binswttklk a1ao 411tr1b111j8 leaflets aid solicit melD larger seating capacity. The new
_ au noaths which would' '<*1I lt rllalp. Solt. 4eachws give weekly bundingwin! cost airesdy[ UO.OuO and liMUuumuiuuiuiuummiuuiiiiuM.J W1UW5M J

1'I '>et* with''' the trust.i ': ; i': blnI talkL f. urge that !DONl. ...ooe of,this has been'raised. \

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