The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 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
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System ID: UF00076097:00088
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No.109.| 'i : :'='\r MIAMI, FLORIDA, MONDAY, APRIL 18. 1904. Ct.-. Price 5 Cents

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I ,, ;';; -rr- r DAVIS TALtAFERRO CLUB. -

JAPANS I I ; I! ....w.. ID tb }:New N CONTEST.York Democratic)( U DEMOCRATIC RALLY TO-MORROW NI6HT T TI Will Tonight Hold Regular at Agricultural Weekly Halt Meeting t THE WATER '.

Cony tlon Today.ltlbany -
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The Davis-Tallaferro Club will hold

ARE1' MNB ::stoat(! that, No the Y April protubl 18.--It will IR under-be ao | Senator I Taliaferro and Probably "Our Bob"' Will be Here to Discuss Agricultural IU :Regular weekly Hall at meeting which tonight all members M- SPOUTEDNovel

,I I'I open oOOtMt I the State Democratic I the Political Treat in Oratory Promised. I are urged:: to be' present u matters

t'OhentJoah h I. being held hereto I Slturion..A I Importance will come up for consideration ..
.1 I and action. I
I ay. The be of I. general that theo ,e : i
4 I The club Is growing day by d'T. and
i trof..nIK 0 various kinds will be Senator James P. Taliaferro\ with lighten the audience upon issues that I the committee which :
oa membership and
Those Who fled in right 1 hairs before Interesting Sight
never 'been fully defined
, before e convention mttta several other prominent gentlemen will report tonight have already secured

i .'fled.t not '.0 In the committees will arrive here tomorrow morning oa the Davls-Taliaferro' Club has the enough name to' swell the club Witnessed .
From Them > !I preliminaries the meeting ta hand to more than one hundred ford, I I By Many.!!
ReturnIng. and credentials will the steamer Miami ,from Key West ] ,
and It is probable the club at Its meet- ]
staunch and
i tb be Ie for t'Oatrol. It I j.I j. voters one: L
re etaug i ii
: where they will address the voters of select
. tn< tonight: Will some local ember having secured sieves ,
II IIRE I I alJo expected bat there will be DO the 1.IaDd'' City tonight I speakers to add Inte est to the event ; aaaae i I ,
; from Fort Lauderdale for enrditaeatTb.
at,empt to' u. est Hearst delegates. The .peake..J.m 'I
Just who Is with the Senator: I Is not be introduced either !
club will also take
() !, Former State ator George RaiD", br'' Cot E. T Byin&on. president of eposarrangements TWO GIANT WATERSPOUTS ;
? of Rochester It IIDd.l'lltood..haa been known, but It Is very probable he la I for entertaining SenatgrTadaferro :
v the club or Ir. San) Filer? chairman
: L and Judge a.1 W. Davis, and the other gentlemenwho
S"ORjfjRArlNS i selected as boa temporary permanent accompanied by of the Dade xecntlve commit- ..
I I founty i iI ---
will be here tomorrow and address i
: i ch.lnaaa. candidate for Gover r. If la kDo..ath.t I tee. I ,
probably will the voters of Dade county at Agricultural ; f
,The 'delegate, .t large ] these gentlemen have been to- I Don't fall i attend this meeting and Hall la the evealag. Formed to the Sea off Morris Got
Aid the !
I be David B. H 11. of Albaa,., EdwardMurphy hear the pol Jcal situation iscua.edhonestly
sidered than probable they <
: more
I Let all members be present t
and ; Provisions They Jr, of roT: Jame.K Ridge coast fail y and upon It' merits. I II aid After Rising Several Hundred
try] Other I way. of Brooks a, and Representative gether on the west and It is con- TIIere..Wa mnd-slingin
Pay for food and Are Under Strict I R Bourke Coc ran of New York. The will be together here!) I 1 New Haven, April '11.-A decision U Feet l li the Air Swept I to the

''al ernates mea oaed are respectively: !
la this event the people of Dade

Dlsdp6aJaps { trldeaUly Plan- Job. 0., Stlachllje/d, of Elmira. Norman county will listen to 4 treat In oratory :II MR. DAIS: WILL ,BE HERE. effect denying of Wsa.lbs des application lags Bryan for,theremoval as j Shore and Brole-Were Clearly
Col. E. T..gtoa.. at 1 this
Bialo o'cioclt;
E. M k. 01. former Secretaryof
tJI4 Attach Arthur.Sso.1. such as they seldom .... Mr. Davis', / administrator of the estate of Pbflo Ksceriabte to ThIs. CIty.
IllIG ( 01 Port ] tll Treua John G. Carlisle, of afternoon received the following telegram
Is regarded-as one of the most eleqoent' Bennett has been rendered by Judge
''ork and Mayor George B. McClpllaa I Jacksonville "
...t' Now men In the State andj> has never failed : : "Coavese-I f I Cleveland la tile probate court. The -
.l of Ne ]York. n. selection
I to hold his hearers II-boaa4. man Davis wjll accompany- Sea.torTallal'erro. I matter BOW ION to the higher court
ofj Congress Ico..kraD I. due It Is
fnmFla Senator Taliaferro |lia also forceful ] | People who were oa tile bay front
April lL..A dispatch said! to T.mm r leed.r. Charles F. ,
; logical and Interesting and will en- IH.. A. McEacnern.jf .- NEW SUITS FILED yesterday Doming betweea the hour
Taac says that tile country t >e Mrphr deal that I"cue of aeecl
Praedpea la two new cults for damages
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the Japaaeee la recc i M}. (, rows I parliamentary ex- I I I of 7 ,and t o'clock, witaeaaed the set-
wake of army WRIT OF MANDAMUS 28 TO were filed la tile clerk's I i ones,
iii oratorical ability dom seen and Interesting
spectacle of
eriac Its aormal. _dlUoa.. i, --- common law. today.
ble oa the Soar 01. the
The majority. of the Inhabit'i*U wt > SUd Mr. Murphy ud Important Decision Rendered by Judge WasbngtoajAprll; 1C.--Senator Morgan OB* to by W. L Metcalf attorney for two waterspouts cutting ap their seen ;

led their homes before thej troop ajrrred M amen will 10 as dlatrtIct Call at JacktoavWLAn addreeaafthe Senate today onresolution tile John B. Beach vs. the F. J:. C. Ry. at sea off Norris Cot e

to'dlacharge tile later- trespass on the ease; damage ILtOO.R. Tbe phenomenon was easily 41acenabW. !
are BOW retarBln r'tb) = J alternative watt. of mandamus ute canal e4 sittea rL; Leggett and Patterson and The first. spout appeared about
:, o of the delegates at large Is
leaned that tile Jap.uthem the I lof Senator KcCarrea, was granted by Judge Call la circuit I He contended that the passage of th Erwla. attorneys for Turner A. Wlae 7:30 o'clock, and was probably two : _
wen. for anppUea and are under ] field vs. Crlfflng'Bros. action at law mile at sea when first
Pay who HE toy' be national eommitteemis court chambers Saturday which will resolution i4 BOW more Important ; seen A dark I

strict dladpllne. t oft Norman Eo Mack.. require the Democratic executive committee I than ever since the passage. of the canal damage W.OOO.ROSS' heavy wind,cloud, overhung the water

Japan eae army U gJTb, ,g aa aidIrabto .. of Brerard county to print the bill $ and gave to the spiral shaped stream
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it 1 names of an candidate for county I By a party,Tote of 17 to :3*. the resolution .' of,water a.:, magnificent back-grouaf
exilWUoa of order and ser..trnfat JETTY FLEET
ig'' 6R PEfRUIT FARM commissioners" and nembera of thecounty was kffled. : against whisk the spout appeared likea
n.. U no loot although crystal column. It ... ,' .
I board of public instruction on I ; a height ,
.n..w.n', ratlosa: are' :i lte4po 'and i Thwin the offlcal ballot to be used >Mn the prl-I k( ..miif BEHIND THE DOOR -'t1 --- of from WO '|to 1,000 feet being I large at

tbe country fan of cattier !try and -'I ", nary election throughout the county, ': (From the New Yort Sun.) I tbe bottom and narrowing to only a

other prorUioaa thatimlght; b< takesAn ] I liistead of diffeient Barnes In the re- i Indianapolis.. la4.-Jowph Kreig| % 'Consisting of Tug and bghters Reported few feet la the middle to enlarge axala

engagement ,with the nemy ill Je Planted In Orange Glade ectlTe| district firmer of Sand Creek Township Bartholomew at the top and disappear la a mist ,

I The case cam< before Judge Call as county, was |entertaining! at NorrIs I Cat. The great column ,of water move)

not expected Immediately I ''I[Section. Judge Minor 8. Jones of the Seventh ] friends a night or two ago.; Latej' l
circuit was disqualified to act >] evening after one of the younger base of It struck shoal water and came
HEADED FOR KL"IC: Q'I'lea ; the, ,
Judge Call made$ the writ returnable In contact with the woods. The wind
Tata."API1J' tL- several 1 1tile guests had told a number of I ,
before him In the city of Jacksonville ': log stories about holdups halr-ral"l| at time, swayed and bent' the spout
has beet Neelmd Are Here BdU the
Coming te Jetty U
.oure u Fport, a
hen saying that uf Japs.w; 4et w tb By a FMadf W>U F ml abase Autriiaf tH on April 22. when the county! committee whence he had recently returned Miss; I! '., about a* it was whipped Inland. A

I will have to ,'low cause If any It Fredla King had occasion to go to en New Bar to Be C1 From thettdj' | roaring rush accompanied It and lit
than seventy fU.orta + heed E. Vat Denu) IfpreseataOve.icresWib '
1 his why the older should not be would have been the fate of
She the door I craft
tar: KI.Ch, north of : ArthirRCSSIAN3 : adjoining room. pushed le the Oceaa. ] 1_
floe 1tuWrt4 Sel obeyed open and It flew bark, hitting< berj' In or object"that crowed its path I I' the(; .

: ACT'V i f I It has been contended. la Brevard the face. She opened attain and again In 1 j I I le -' mad seething> flight er

county and several! other counties of' nom Hardly had the first spout
r I the door closed on her a* though | I! disappear ]
Ber4or I the! State that the candidates for county .. from' other Jed when another.even larger, appear* .
one s pushing tile side !
)lore so nu I at Aay n It... reported today that the tug
Mr H. E. Van >man, of Waxhlng- commissioners should be voted for j',: I ln the woe locality and moved In like
Store the 'W She ran Into the room where |th.I e Bon Accord and three derrick barges I a i
.. ton < Ity, who ha i been aa interested separately In the commissioners' districts .J were assembled. and her direction loin.a the land where it
1- guests jtold owned by the R. G. RON Contracting I
st: Petersbs4 4pr11 me u nthoriUes visit 3r here for s *veral weeks, leave and members of the board of I I father that some one was In the room ]' Co.. of Jacksonville, and which'will be !I was also broken aid; ixu ed away.Waterspouf i

her ale reeove l m I1I'flet'a his 1 ome in the Capital PUblic Instruction should be Toted for I, and' held the door agalBftt her. 1r.1 I II used In building'the Jetty Seaward from are not unusual' at sea.

depres.Len' and di TJIie separately In each of the school districts Krrlg went to the lour and met with !: _
tonltttfor: I I I I the new bar of the proposed 'channel
'pmaI' asit b- 1 0eman was here as a repre- ap- ..
greatest actJYlt he pq I I : th< same experience<< that his daughter: from tbe bay to the Ocean, had arrived .
tbe kmerlcan Fruit and Th ruling of Judge C'all' will defl- this I lorLtltr In several. ...... ,
time ;, y"
lie la more aroased than at hay I ha<$l enmuntered. He then rnshed violet -.ill are anchored oft, JJorrls Cut. t i
before oe since be{war bewail Nat o.building.. w Is. orated In the Drexel niter) nettle this Question, and hereafter ly arch vt the door art, van htlrl..1batk Tbet' boats lw e teen expected for i'| are aid to .be caused by the comiSg' .t

Vivid .plcturte f jot |he torbedojoatdebt | .f.lt'h ., and of which the ballots used la the primary Into tbe room the door opening 1{i tbe past two weeksj and If they are 'together of neveral" violent currents Of :- !

and the ielopBvlov I tl|| disaster hes. an This concern has electipns will have to be, arranged the but part of the w.e. aid sppar"..tV- I '. ; rr. ort:U, wprk on the jetty wind which dew-end. to the surface and'suck ":;

from tile Aseoc ate d Press. cprrespen- large bold In Mississippi planted same as the ample ballot which has j icing' thrown hack by some one on will ie commenced at once. The ffcm, the water i-kyward Seamen have \

4tet', were reo I Ive4 last nljtt fLIao rom in pecans.apd Mr. Van D man's mission lap red Ip the Metropolis/ from time opposite side. )lr. Krelgjtold I th.1 I Accord Is a staunch $jug and the outfit great: fear of such freaks. and it hasoften

reprinted to Florida kas to find the best location tI ae. which in regard to onurnthat. vessels hare l ',
shotguii wendreary
Tang; aad here, today, aunty daughter to bring his : but it 1 ',is especially-equipped for the work, they >
suitable for growing grapefruit, large coinn Issloners and the county board dams ..1 and yk
and are general talk both U 1 was in the room where the I arJkJ"f'dbur.r are ti do. | dratro>ed

official canslu ite Idrciea, and are thf quantities bf whch are handled by his ,! of,, public Instruction la as follows: I I J held the door. A rerutrer, was j 'It will lie remembered that Captain by being strut k by them, tr

jaceounU received and co npaay. lie made thorough Inapecth I rv COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. I! substituted. ;
Brit connected/, Ross ,has (sub-contract for this part .J
n ot Sol I}s and and (Vote for five.) I Tl'q# KATHLEEN.s I
pabUabed. t:' conditions carefn I George Krelg forced his headl. through j i of tab new channel work from the P. ;
I tnt definite jlnfor- ly Inspected groves from New River FOR MEMBERS BOARD OF PCBLiCINSTRCCTION. : the and ;! i' I "
It the '! '! opening attempted to peer be- Sanford Ross Company, dredge of The tug K4hleen, M. Johnson man.ter. i 1
mata that A.mlKa{ < / forced which here from F | .
I II I, are expected < ally to begin ()F Myers to Jot 'l! oDYIII. .
bla poet OB the; bridge. when the. explooa of hla Investigation was his conviction j i ,(Vote for three.) I against him so that It caught: jili neeand t-: I I Ii the Inside work. |r arrived la; port I
'all that he had found the home of t+ I Each member of the board of county y4tenla.r for the pur- I f r
at e i be .
occurred and puts r.t I was glad to pull hi* head back Captain R. O. Ras has had a tore pose of taking on fuel aid Increasing '
doubts where the !ship was struck. She I grapefruit, and after! careful study W commissioners represents a separate 1 without getting a look at the )o'trud..r.Theo of men here the past several weeks her crew. .

went down bow first as the Victory did 1 it. situation |Ibe selected a Orange I I district and instruction each member of the board two of the guests Were sent ,: mining rock up the river and hauling/ i I The Kaiibleen Is I rather a peculiar
1 0 acres of fine la d in the of public t-epre.euti I'
a separate
and u Admiral Makarotf declared outside to guard the windows, and tbe '
It to the foot of Thirteenth Surer appearing! ,-ralt for
a She
tug.!: l III
district | one I
; ( lade nelghborhood4: which he pnrrhamd but five candidate for elder .
would be tile ease.admiralty > Krelg armed himself with a stickj
I' -I', where a considerable' quantity is now hundred feet long ky tn feet beam
of Mr. M. S. urbank, proprietor the former board and three candidate1! (
.aWte still definite data of storewood and
lace ,j a tamp Will Wilbur .
I accumulated for the work. and six feet draft. She In well hO1Jletlo".r
to tile of the'nt..tropbe although f ot the handsome i iBuibank Sits for the latter board are to be voted one of the guests, had fire shovel
ae cause ; a
ItI! expected that the work will oc- dee-kj, sad carrieJ
{ two
tbe talk of the boilers exploding -///11 I grove- I 'I''I'' for by the electors of the entire county, |! and another guest had a revolver. The !|I: cups from three to four month. In |:(; hlci; I li| ] some renpVrrs resemble"mokectack her, I
making Arrangement* ham ben made to and by the election of the districts j,
and submarine hosts, the | Intruder wan again called and told to
: completion, A large force of men ..11I1|| to a torbedohnat.. j
attack continue, tile public shows a.lspoaltJoe' !begin work at once leafing and prb- j only. I |i come out or suffer the consequences, be employed;;' which will aid greatly i Captain) Johnson ftavs the KathleenIs
paring this land which' will i This Is an Important decision and :i but '
to acept Admiral Toga billet t I i be evidently chose to suffer for |
In putting
money In circulation here a RI ">o4i 01*ice-the 4ulk of it or about looairea will be of Interest throughout the heavy 1
version. that his. mines were responsible no response came to i[the command. and enlhening the necessarily. dull draft for Fort I s
the of the Russian bat- bein : planted In grapefruit I State. ;! t [ Young Krelg then wit his Myefs, water and on '!
for slaking i i arm
summer months. that >i
rleemal f I I -- -- --I, :. a.-e6unt abe is t lng sent to Jark.YII1" ;
tleship. Members of the naval ataalso R : .ng !tea acres: will [! be set 1 the opening turnedttie revolver toward I t be sold
14 mangoes, ava ado pean u4, ''pl_, The thirty-Dint annual meeting of I | JtD possible. and If
admit jibe probability that Tom: 'I II I whatever was behind the doorand IM POI TANT. ECISION. mat U put In towing business :1
I I 1 Kr. urbaat, who baa been vcjry the Florida Medical tht
avowal. Is true. sneft AssoclatiPo will> fired one shot. The women here ihe is

The paper ale > pabUah.ume.. s I ful la citrus; culture, will bej placed !j I be' held at Live Oak. on April 20, 21 .,I, creamed and excitement became InI Judge Call'it:' seems, has settled t l.e reel off fourteen very kno powerful s an hour.and ct!' can :!

showing that aa 'atempt to |raise the l JQ full charge of the work, and' withi and 22. 1904. The Meeting! will be ('Du.1 l I I tf nse. i: question forever that county commUloners ,> Captain Johnroa te.ds four or, five 1

sunken battleship,would be aaeleva.RATHER1 i i b pr'Dt'tlt'a11[experience and wjth ami Jat j Another demand was marie on the ( and :members' of. the school men aa be will !
pi l ed to order 10 o'clock, by Dr. T. SAnderson ]'I 1 have to. on :accouat of
i capital company, i Intruder. He failed to respond andI board must have their names Inserted the draft of the

:HATE DOG. :4 which. la determined' b.j1the par i othlng chainna* of committee of :I: shot after shot was fired from the plsjtol I on the general! ballot and be voted for hire to Jacksonville boat land go outside from
I Ir the
i law
I J- r which. will ondoce e s arrangements. Revt J. U MoPe will ::, In the hand through the opening. as one in the prlmarien. This qneeI allows one crew U only

Igorrotee Igaoraati. I of .the Value of run will
)loHrJ : an iime tha this haadsone half of the Board of Trade, and'Dr.:' W. j wthln. Then the two Krelgs, Wilbur i mandamus proceedings. In the mat>r .!*... ..tv hour. occupy, '
.-- wll I voce be, aa i iUo see- and Day rushed lof the Brevard f1'UR necevtt! "tint;
I I C. White on behalf of the Snwaanee'County j] against tie door and | county Democratic corn :; another crew
Louis April[ 11-The savage., ]I i, and revenue produce 11a IUow Medical. broke It from its hlngeaj! ; mlttH to determine the legality.011 I 4 ,

bead-maUac Igorrotee, who form part I I lera.J Society. In the afternoon '] Just "behind was the I Ironing board, candidates for these offices being voted j' L. M. Nicholson hag for a long ,time

(of tile Philippine Government exhibit IT. Van' Demaa wi greatly leased. Dr. WIIJ White, will read i paper which: had fallen from'Its retting place! for In tbelij respective dlstricU. The j served la the capaclfy of night: officer

[at tile Worid'a Talr. bad their first I,wli h his. stay here i nd with U e peo- on "Statl Electricity. Aa the railroad and had so 'lodged acialnst the door I writ of mandamus was ginted and for the city, and Ia... proved himself 1

|pay day today The Government dlrf- ne : He w s especially em- have provided a rate of one and that It operated as a spring to force It the Brevard Irounty committee In faithful and capable, Mwaya at hit post ,
|During officer paid out large numbers j ph tie t, 1aI to good ords for U shut whenever the strutted sbow, of
e! realestate one-third fare, :plus 25 cents, for tile door was pressed to cause, oa April %%. duty when wanted! For this reason |
lot |S sad tlo'bUlaj Tbs aavagee err"I people of MI a.. woo, ie dear beck against It. There,were four bullet why the order should not be obeyed. M< Wends desire hl4 election to

pared, p ea ed, but;' were later,dlaeo daW Jbls BUM BecomBM datinr round trip the;[attendance wiU,doubt- holes ta the board and all agreed i> The inline tsjaa) important _. as It offlce of constable, knowing' be will the

.t eariBf! tbej '.p and trading and at the same tin tile moat candid leas be lari,f Excursions ,and barbecue that if It had been a man be wool<' settles the qoeatloa that baa been la discharge. btu duti-,iln this

i for cheep cigars. It waa Impoe- an<| mel re of bat Till be rh.o.' : Friday the JJd hare been killed by the first shot, bu : 'I i doubt and which baa beea under genera -'satisfactorily, u he ,'has la the 1'a.Uy; put

to convince hew that the. bllja __ 9"u''' ibis p PI'Oj'f A good time la expected.-Florida if tha( bad not beea fatal" the secon( I >?4 discussion la .several couatlea of) Hla announcement aipeari la this btsae. .
ere valuable other I thaa .eraaasaata.. \ meet t I I I 40< -v'Cr-.t. ...-' L' .".""=,'.- would bare certainly,finished him. > j the State. j I | ( n ,

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bitECTOBTHTATE t 1 'IM'rtlt'tby. J. IC. IcJng. H. AtAshby For county Comm tt..m&Jj- f CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
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H l'. LaSalle. A.. LBrown. G E. KNIGHT: '-

ti.veroet--w. I' J.nlQafirtae'rlar HJC. Craw \\" )(. Leiner. C. D. i W. I. METCALF. !
DC tIIooIr--... .... t ) McDonald I Topeke.
rpUoI.-"Io. .1 t. .11I.b. t. C. J. W. H. ROSSEAf I
TIY.-6. \ Aso t1 .,
.11101011"I Burd.De. ;V. IL laYDllTd. W. tN .. II T. J". HAYGOOD.
I'J._ ..-. .1.1 of .11" e I Partial List of the Candidate] t 1 1I remedies Ballard' Horehound
T. Syrup
)Jf'rrt.! :
C I IlIgtOIl. E. IT. I. I. HARDY. .
,_ I' ..... :.r..rr.IIO" i ) I A. CRAWFORD I
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.r tart 1. SiulleT. G. ''E. JOHN ll'LLIKIX.I .
, AdJ..al-I.euefal-J l l. ......** Dra4).E. to be Voted For in This O. CODRINGTON. I Is my favorite, ft has done and will
1-.: .....d .< lra.lnr. ribreal ISH-ro" .....'I Balle)'. B. M. :ueyees. '1.... H. JOHN HRP. '
., Gover.mylrullr. Trc.m A. HOOKER JR.JOHN do all that Is claimed for It-to speed-
P"M-TbP."""r"ri Ovorra1 ..... < .......<..f r <>l n-: i Budge. H. C. Mot-o Fred 8. County at the PrimaryElection. M BRYAN I W. A. FILER. I

r- fait wr..1'ire. twltmllufl| bat i 1: ....rtO'< .... DrOh&ler. G. D. Moor;. T. V. J. D. CLOl'GHJOHN I C.D.LEFFLER. I lly cure all coughs and colds-and It Isi
R l&ry uI !it..... Athimrjrrrrtury .' ..dra1. Tft1Io.. ur* .b ..... ... A. HENDERSON *
.opoena".s..bl ull' Msttw t11 AIcKiDnon G. A. so sweet and pleasant to the taste
th... 1 bd i..ovr a.. [ F. W. D. C. BROWN. .
1..1< ,
I"" ...at.rd dsae Ti. ,........ Atu.rt..r e s...' Aesoli Edwin I I W. E. ANDERSON. Rei
ft a.air* fup., 4Js. tiU.eadea E. V. C. \y HILL l:5c. SOc. flOO bottle, sold by .
..lom.IWW.er 11 Afnartrf + r J. W ADAMS.
u1 Poelk Is"+r .u'lu .<... jrrn thalliI'. W. n. p..qt.1 R. J.CoheD. 1I 1- ; I G W. Sl'LUVAN. j Cross Pharmacy..
ri .r ur
:. .I!"' _.. 'IDr"ParlrtrB. ,'-.e- al1:,...| Cu ial ') Atu wtu.cat.r ..J Cheatham J. H. Patttetson. 8. LConrad. .
,.Curwts'' R. E I Ir voters of the county a sampleI I
.. 1'1 J. A. FairIih. Allan R. JOHN Q. SMITH. For Best Meats and Choicest Poultry
I /ballot! is printed below containing afandidates
..c-r..JIIE:;: l'J R Jl'lIr; ('l'OI'lud. J. G. Rbodes. R. W. I G. ''Po HE\LY

r 1L F hluI.c..It-I.I.. t.r Clark P. c. RoM.)!c. J cranial list of the to be Tot- A. C. BLOl'NT. JR. .:- GO TO .:.
.. .. .T.A..*".. lJJRtre.M. f t II.'d the coming primary. '
.... H.'-M.n iwr.|, A.... "".. J...t.aa.Nptmwtur.ttw.I t tr Drake Canton Rf'mj,. J. n. I for at H. H. McCREART.
.In all ..4ftlmWe' o "DI'... w. There will be otper names to add! a* 1'':. N DIMICK. C.. H. Raulerson Be.CO'Se
r a Hilnnm* Cuull .I.. .'' tould I.,&d..,..... Douglas. E. B. Ruah4 01' 8.1Dom. time'does no expire until April ., .
.. n. Edw. the II W. LONG.
: I.ii.n >r. I t't'l. J. K. RumRh )
sat in .. candidates may qualify 1 I
JNtrRS: I Erwin W. W. RaultnUD. Co H. ballot y 10'tb. street a21d Av. D.

....1-:1... r.'Tall.' .., ." 4,,.;.......ruk I Enloe. Dr. G. Rumph. Ceo. I and have their names put on the For Member National Committee
.... The ballot when printed for use at
Ben Mt.b.a L X.li fl. ruvc Frissell G. c. alford.! 1. B. J. II. BROWNE

t' j"c.. .b Jews; I'.I: ;I'i Flanagan R. 8. ewel.. E. a.Fredkrick. he J lection will be more than twice as c. GIBtONs, They Carry a full Line ofFlorida I

fl/irt i DlMrlrt ....b.UC". I "IhV. ga. I'l- ,: J. 8. raxelby. J. G.Fran. long as this one as here are to be rules F. W. POPE. and Western Meats.

n.a, koM. w. l4.te. .t4.rt' J. s 8ulanlr. C;. F. between each name and blank lines ,
-ti. a
r .1IPciea4 Ih.trun. --j I ( Gerl et. A. P. Smith. Julius I II on whkh to write other names marking For Judge of Circuit Court-Seventh They established the meat business here in i) April t8g6.Wilson's .

"r KA1LKU4U ti>ii JIIvtlOHtfcS. I Gin .D. J.mH ytonefnan. F. 8.I I :> Voters can begin practicing on Cln-uit

otr h. c. I R sul.f'r. A. E. a cross mark (X) before the names! ,
... .'.. thalrmaa.. I MINOR/ S.,, JONES
Bn. '-, 'nt. :.u er. T. -N. Shr.1hen M.radyamS. bf he candidates for which they will I
Burr L 4kJ.4 k\rt.( I
M......... *a.l" f $ewelJohn w ish to ..0U!. II III IIr I -I

6ebdattartrr Duuu.Malui," rttd I krti... 01 t..b<. Boa d .. alde. C. H. Seymour. R. H. For States .\ttorney-Seventh Circuit: T' Noelty

t.- M I I.X' I 1.n ;. J. C. "wtele. I. P. ChCIL G, BLTT.
!I : C.J IL I F. Shawl H. B. I For United States Senator V' JOHN. C. JONES. onxs "
'' .' .IaMt4 : 3 t I 4tutier. R. n. Taylor R. R. WILKINSON CALL. I 1
r Is now |lu operation' and ready Wcelve >"e1w
I..hhEEN 1 <) A. M. Tumace. J. L S. JENNINGS. .
AI' liTII D'LTRI(4br ; : rUIlnc. : WILLIAM -'or State SensXor tb DistricM -- onders.

eiua b reMaii .akd, Dtd CjunH.utVUmiJi.l'alMBflrb. ) 4lrtman. W. R. T.'um, 8. B. ,' J. N. C. STOCKTON, I S. 8.VMS FOR ASYT ISO IX

'. "&yell. J. H. Tatum. J. H. JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.For j F. )I. HUDSON,
I cot KEPRE3EMATI .. Window and doo ,screens window
Jr J. G. Watson C. H.Dill. Representative in Congress Second
;'or the Leglslature-i- and dor frames store- fixtures stair
| ,
:Jr 1 a I.lU.rj.Iford. : William Whorton F. H. Congressional District j, GRAHAM W. KING.
work Inside of all kinds.-
Cram J UaAU>." E. H..,_. MIuULe.n.en A. Eo w.n T. A. J. M. BARRS R. S. WI SON

OPT I_ 67 Itearborn,Carvaaat >. wc.9MriffJuka Habra F. Wr Worlf'1. O. A.Itnghn .a ( ,
Frukurk. MCn'.kcur CHARLES DOl"GH'RTT. E. C.
I 1. L rLaxs &.D .r4JrK&TIO."
W. D. Wlt.oD
W Tales-Tbee.J Hard. .t- W. P. WATSON.F.T J. 3. Count
e.rttr..va : 'forner. J. W. Woodworth. J. F. .
.-L M.. II"II...L Z. T. I
al Tales

h AMTMUT.e.rer-C.II<.....nD.t.aaw..r-< )hbhc I La_. irutrlrrtesi.T. 1:, Kolb.JoaN,A.K.J.L.I: Xlmanlea.Wilson. R. 8.. L."i "uflce it Sup'uHI l .Jn-SII* R. M. '" Are You going to Build ? ..-

TriH. 6uroa Vt a.o I Years ( E. L. W HITE.IX ,
...... .. Quat'l t ot.a+la..kteflro. w ,
.......,. uiir.*.., V.i t film _II. r. C.wl .. I ; R. F. TATOR.ForJustiees f
A,rbt... ". .r. K. t Mrfwiuhl rullutdwlC I t A ANDY BURNS. .
,* !C s.ulE.I 'or Sheriff I It ii need building material of ikyid.
' J"' .... BU K A. Ht* m so, or you any
L : l>nrb F I ; .. should not fail to see'!
: of Supreme Court (Vote you
Dr. Berg) Elgin, IlL, writes: J..R. ABILUISJI ,
j ClaCtIT OJCKT OF tEVEMHCUCCIT. JcD ICUL for threeR )-)- .
have used Mallard's Snow Llnlmentj JOHN 4 ONEAU
i .' 'lsbraetoe .>vap4 .ibar....._ always reco!amended it to my friend*,, 8. COCKRELL.T. I j. u.' WILLIAMS. I

. .:trr.| Jade-Ki lour _Titm.in I as I am co ifldent there is no better I M SHACKLEFORD. Jil. McDonald & Co. I.
t prwemlu Adoftte1OltTko j--Jj* t. Bn C'o''''ludo ,
Those J. B. WHITF1ELD ,
: 1'a1r ..U'I' (.ar..........- Flu I
r. Habit
.. : who live on firms are especially
110_'.after Fo.nh :Mood.] If :: >,....Term till. Pint' Mania, after Fourtt*I! to many acr dental cuts, burnt, bruises j For Governor BEN; II. POSTER.For .

I MawUrla-I i "" I which heal !I rapidly when Ballard' I N B. BROWAflD 1 Dealers: L. itsr. Lath. silagle. Mo.ldl.i..Ca.l'f" Brick Uss,
1 DAD' t-oc-n totiT.r : BROW C.sscat Plaster. Hair Ete.
Snow Liniment i* applied It should C. M. >, ,
J..Lr.l-Allta Eo rt..,_ MUml Tai Collector .. .... e
f Yard a l t..A. D aM 1.-
1. f -: ,&at .1-' T,.......... Miami.wt.ter I always be kept la the bongs for cases R. W. DAVIS.D. i wi j E. 'ORTOS.I .

..,riD,T.T...r...-4P1+Ftret You4.7 11 oday,Ie"a. A41Iy | IIar. ). of "rqf't"} bylRed '. 80J:, $1.00 bottle. I' H.. MATS. I I R. h >ULENDON.{ .
I 1'I t 11-' !. JII'',. I
For sale [ Pharmacy. '
Pail TFTS"kifsfsdq ,. UefoIe.. I I 'W.G., DEBE RY. POWERS' MEAT MARKE
I dw Cii For Secretary of State| CHARLE PE-VCOCK.
c-._. Lax"oaf cge AtxtsYluI. < I ,t E. BROOM. ? '
..... : L JI T. N. CAtTIER. I
y' H. fc. .
1.trr The 'entire rammun shock I CRAYViFO1FIL I Choke '
w, t..IIobIIt- : lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork.
t : DIBBCTOBT Friday night by hear ng of the accidental F. KIRK. For County Assessor of Taxes '

Ilm..JCL r..ur .od Tlh ..-e- death i of )Ir. V. M. &IIKKS ohe I I I II GEO o. IJUTLER. Sausage, Hams. Poultry, etc.
I1.\or. *M .&\ F'tE Ik, MIAMI' FLOttlDA.
i4 m ratngt I' .
Prr eh..Wr ... ..... Kw mill ,firm of i uggs A Raul r- Far Attorney. Ceuf'ra-I-
........,. 1400.bIo: at skit YoaqT.rd. I CEO L. MCDONALD.
.. sr. t "f"..
I I t stI.. LittY: All OM..rdtally 1" ". .......... to 7.0"0 Friday" .;.len| >
'''7D4'41Flrivyr.' ... ,. .. efnrr Ave. tram for horn and ben near On1.mtomte leer-- For Prosecuting Attorney- FREDK. S. MORSE V
,, ''' mf.ilnwrd.e.eara7bp '
in.c'-t-I"r.o,-. .,'. ..eta' .., at 1.0. m. .. he pa* ed Q der a tree that I For Comptl' H. F. ATKINSON, ,
b.a" al .'Of E..."' eaar.e a t. ru. hail fallen aeainn!.:n i her during last4eptcl.er's A. C. CROOM I +
W p. "c. ,1 i L' "." 1
J < .,Iperweh If. art I ..... :' far and the tree fell on ROBT. R.T\iLOR.

j L"at" c.k ht !r..nd: Cat .1 I him crushing life out Instantly an.I For State Treasurer- I REAL ESTAT
.., ai
ek Mundnf
w JnH-Ptrui: !Ipr { n I -
*...< !t.., .... 'q/ ;,j l 7 err ... Mrs. Wallace! down no sbo I W., V. KNOTT 'or County Judge I ,
4 I. 6 1 S ,V ....... t:1""fM11 ., ttil
4 wet" .M JJiB (- lIlt1r not move u help came andloved A. E. HEYSER.

I a ,.C.t.S.'I: "eF.tk strut r.11.O 1 :;).tyt-_wrdI.d.... ( the tree IJ"- "art happeced Fo State Superintendent of Public In- H. B. \CjNPER3.. Jr. I Olflces np stairs Cor. A.,. C snd It tb tit
A. catT* ra tar
[ to be near enough by to healier .
hi,'..'r.'l.' .nt II ana lorh ,, --- Miami. Dade Co. Florida.
.Iarn ( w. |H. HOLLOWAT.f .
.f ,, 'I -LW'n Pram rl .......t. annda7I cries for help. and he released heFortunatelv -. : 'or Justice of the Peace Tenth District ,, .

.. varMi 1'1"I F I lilt E..I 11..1. |P.rrh.rte..cr.y n.1':.... .' Cn.fiR.. she Is not seriously Injured : I \! N SHEATS. 1 -.

-oada, tom f bth. r_ aid thud. "rin.l.).a' Mr. Sum leaves a wife and two 1 W S. HILL
. L"t fejrrr ..k4<( Fo Commissioner.. of Agriculture
y'$riM:V .* a m. Ilt. Frl.i.. [. L rtorj.a (Milieu, the \oungeft only two weekspinniti | J ('. GRVMUNG LARGE T STOCK

& ..,." j.., IJr""* 08.I Avenne A. -T"up., rihunf' U. E. McLJX
-' I e.... re.tai r ieT "n'1 "y t a. ..11..I..t 'or Justice of the Peaceh' : lust jtt I I
......"... i'.1 :
I .r".n FA"J-. Pa.lorI For rtallroad (Commissioner HENRY. BIRKIURDT. FRUITS. .I .
I '
i I ( 1' MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. J Gro cries!
i! n.1'{:. 11)1 .) ITT a.r.. tltf'Irt I B,L. MORG \N. I laccj ,

A. = : /. I I I 'or Constable I II Hay olai: Ftu.i"nd Fertilize! FRESH VEGETABLES
lug Ilk .
; ; : tbln.tborougbl1. ", I
There's not doing a For AdJiitant-Oenerel I I
:E f.i n-i G S. CHANDLER
I I It Ojf sill the Salves you eve J. C. R. FOSTER I Trade

heard of. Bu -kl....'. Arnica Save II I I I. ALLEN THOMAS I vr; Supervisor" of Registration ; Yachting a Specialty

eo 'Ir .PrHJ. v n the beet! It sweeps away and cures I

h' .s.p-.,. !J. E. ni I. burns, sores bruises, cuts bolts, ul- State J. C. Bl'RTESHAW. ; CoP
testy E V. Q' .. For Chemist )l. W. GOODE. E. L. I3rady
I ,' skinonly sons; and Its I
-- erg plea t
f 'i Tr .i..tB.. B. '1\ ..,.. "
.. i.c. and ]guaranteed to give! sat .
I tot ntt' Go.ora4 W II .tI ---- T ,Moore.: < I. E J .mn.. E{ .y Isfaction By all druggists. For Presidential Electors .tionin I -I 1 I G. OCE1.B.i .

.PioJj.eiV .B Jteilly.irwen.f P., U', Hah w, dw H. a BILEVT : E. }TALI,. : 3 1. O J O li

I8TAJ.TIXG.i t 'II-Ann4. Wy. PatterU. r. i The IVFunkakOreee sa>s twmel J. B. C. KObNTEA E. B KING 'I. ,
.'' lall' JamH T#: Je"tllbu S.; iinte l Ihinp. about the Governor and j A. B. NEWTON f

W r .G.A. : his candidarfor. the Cnlted States B. STONEMVN
Pick F I i F. r County Corpml..lon..r- First
E I1JOES-u..I i : Senate: It ta'a; : "\\e have lust gotlrcuar : I

ls W 1 taha. F.I :W.: C. J: k. ten hud of a
ixiTARTf-Jac- Is serd broadcast over this
OK '
HA'H; AND f in, I nDtl'JDI I II I M, R. OHSS.
J.I. llr Front. )JBr. \\'.; Elhl-. ''ounty. "hichi Is about bi abaolate im i I T. J, APPLET ARO..1 _____ __ (> ,
t legt4 t fliiMOn. 14 U/ : Kins- H. MRtlt I .h" of mlBMirewntafons; and tissue W. IJ. HILLMAN1CL.VUDE e AnC1o4t.ct and, $-allGLrr
'RS-4'ar. r County Cora m I iiloner-Second -
AND if'RII" det{ of|( Isehoods as ran be gotten together L'ENGLE.Aj I t \ .. h I now hare in my employ one ofB
C{. T nmi Dist let- "
C'ttai I.: Humph II
Edw.rd' the sized of on whtrh! ilis I Ii I best draftsman in the South and amp
prece paper
: .
t) 4 : ''banaixn M I P. JORD**. CEO \V. fi.INHRTE .
Next week shall i __ better prepared than ever for famlsa-
R#n. ROADS AND FREIOHTS-f printed we use JOHN S. BEARD H. >IM1CK.
e era a.,. EUJ Leflw. C D.: Lam ataWr. considerable pare In ventilating:: this TT E. BRYAN lag plans ].nd details for food bnfld-

< B-: Irwlo.T tL : McDomM. A. campaign argument, saying now onlythat ,I y fags fine Cabinet work; etc.I
W. J.
ITJE8t-BJ1r"ii ItT a-al F ir County C o fimlf loner- Third am new' beadquarten for tamed
i CRdA ; ... B.; .t man that will willfully endeavor CJ ,.. CARSON,
i rt-t let- work, scroll ,sawing and an work ..-
K 1 to deceive the people Into rot CLEON A. STEPHENS I -
A4112t ""t.-dCRE.-B1IId'_.. E. V[ In for him Is unworthy their suffrages I ,' ; R. E MCDONALD. ally done la a first class planjng mill

Mtn-t, F .': Tatu.... J. H.; CfrHT.n A. for dogpelter In a back alley, let alone I Par, Delegates National 1 Convention- T. A. ;Wi NHELD. 51 Send n>4 jour orden for door I sal
J. ... *
M.lDcfn. for the I highest gift In the hands. ofthe ', : window frames baltester. bt.ck'.
PV( BVIC Bl'lU>INO8-Hortw 1 i W.; I I Second Congressional |>i trlct- 1.

II..... H. ,4h: RMny. J. B.J M>elL people of the great State of Flor- i I I I D.: L.IGAILDEN.D. For County Conmlssloner)I t Fourth 1 etc.. and bs eoavlnced.MIAMI'.

< : tnuiW. H ,T. I ida." I I, I N. BATCH ELOR. pl",|lct- FLA
VAKtTACTURESrnsMiLMoor Olea C: ff j ,
fr, T.; Conrad J. A.; I T. ||8. ANDERSON I JOHN SEWELL r f;

EDU .TIONAIr-Butd.... ,W.; ItjlJohn l ,,

MaC *'J J A.W.;L OaaittMtUdmuftd; ,",ulby. J. Q ;! BLclKHf ... I I II..u Imeedlatsly relieve h. rse, eroopyongh. I For Member at Large, Stai Commit- For County Commissioner Fifth J. A. Robbins. & Co.

-.j J toib.; A. J. I 'f fIOCM oppressed, rattling. rasping 'i I teeVote I I !Astrl ta '.

RA TIO-" hell m v.1! and difficult breathing. Henry. c.1 ( for Thirteen.) I A. BELCHER.I I {

Ho: '_ Tat..... J. H. !I Ik. .. Stearns druggist Sballsbnrg. Was. :I R| B. OARI' ETT.w' I E. O TWEEDELL. : Elnrn.ess: and Carriage "Jr
; 1
H.: AI MEkT..R t H W.; I 'rite. May SO, 1X>1: 1 hare been W. FARMER. I DeposUo J

sadgsj ENTf Cst Osvlh.td.. ,C. a.; R n.,..i I I telling BsJla.d Horeboond Syrup: for i, CEO. U BAH ., .

B-; ....... 'obA. I two years, and bar sever had a preparatlio :I B. N. MATHE8D I For Members Board of Public lastraoUom Quality is n -inhered long after pr f'e

ADTEltTUIKO-T.VmM.1, B. 8.; --I' that baa gives better Mtiafaettoo .i 1C. FLETCHER. : -

--. ?.B.; Sy4Stis..; J:.'T.: fIaf-> ..a.B. j I notlc that when I set a bottle I No A. BUTCH. I ELI SIMS. forgotten. j i
.. :r I
v.; S.tk.tt+st. : I
MVlNii MHttrtuta they; come beck for more. I eu hoatlr K. B. RALLERSON.W. I

,.. 7k>y MI l. lID tM an ct M gallows : I I recoamead' It." 2Se. SOc, tl-00. : .f IL KILTON..lR. I II For Covaty Member State Ooeamlttee- Quality Makes the Bargain.r .

r 441,' if., a.j.Jac:. .. 3. Jr.. Sold by Bad Cross Pharmacy. I I I. M. LAMAR i JC. DgtIC1r. i : !

: n.' ..W"JI. A.L : 'dw ;' H. U DOOO. r. & STOXXMAXL. I"1.15. T..ttb eu-'a -i! -I ...._._ :..

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.. I { I a certificate of exemption for the two j date for' the offle of dark *f the Or INSPECTORS APPOI='TED. it itI Ii

ElECTION I{cult court, subject to th action *f tile 1 I II

OfflCE CULL fOR PRIMARY years.. I DomocraUe arty Primary........ Mal
; PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. I*. 1M I :Marion French of Iowa, Buys Tarr*

professions I la order to be qualified to vote at the d ,J. & FREDERICK. I Business Blocks.

Riles and Regulations (o Govern the Primary 'jto be field Hay 7 primary, 1904 poll election taxes oa for May 1902 10th and or Jane 1902 FOR TAX COIXECTOSl. The meeting was called to order by

Chairman Filer la the city hall Miami.. ;
10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County.A I must be paid on or before B o'clock P. I hereby announce myself' a candidate '
Fla.. at 2.15 p. m.. May 11. 19tH.
I for the offlo of tax collector of
M. Friday. April 29. 1904 (tea day be-

fore the first primary election). Dad County, subject to the action ol The following members were present '

shall forward the th. coming Democratic primary. in person or by proxy: Messrs. Johns.
P.ATTqRN. 'e- meeting of the County Democratic lw; and at one
wx.oxt.tea I( dw T. N. OAUTIER. JoaN Potter.<< Lyman." King Bull
Executive Committee for bade county. ,( returns to the Chairman of the County NOTICE OP REGISTRATION.Notice .

tT :LAW Florida, was held at Mimi Florida Executive Committee. Filer. Burteshaw. and Klrkmaa.

Wire pnanee I.' sad yedaet5..r.ttaetutt..t.r.a..t.i.sa oa the llth day of April A. D. IlO4j Th assessment to be paid by the Is hereby given that the Registration FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY.I Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected

d MilsulsiMiami. punuant to adjournment.The varioos candidates shall be as follows: Books of Dade County for hereby respectfully announce myself i, acting secretary.

taM TttlM.O.BOXSH.. t following amended call for a Representative ....... ........ tit 00 I the primary election to be held May 10, as a candidate for the offle 01State' I The minute of the last meeting were ,.
F. in*. will be In the several .read ,
primary election\ was adopted to-wit: ::Senator IS 00Sheriff 1904. opened Attorney of the Seventh JIH I nod approved. J

Notic (/ar hereby given that there |I o.... .4..k....... 35 00 election districts of Dad county Florida dicta Circuit/ subject. to the vote of | The call for primary was ameadedis ,

P. T. 8IA&Q8.OTMf L D.,I will be '!'a Democratic Prjmary Eelee- Clerk of the Circuit Court..... JO 00 on the 29th day of March X D. the Democratic primary.dw follows: !

I. lion heed In the several(election districts Tax Asee.sor] ..........r....... 2000I :', 1904. and ..11be closed on the' Kth CECIL 0. BUTT. I See official call on third page.A i
OOos ,'wtt> S 4 erona.Mf.
...... MU BUM jolj Dade county, Florida, on May I I Tax Collector ................. 2S 00 day of April. A. D.1904. I 'motion was' made by commissionersand Mr. Kirkmaato

AT C 10th. 1904. and If necessary on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 Thj following persons are hereby FOR COCNTTDEMT. BVP=RINTEN- nominate county

MIAMI FLORIDA.ornci ;lb. 1M4, for the nomination of all County Judge ......,.......... IS 00 appointed t.',.... i- i.irtttonfterrs members of the school board by
I i I hereby announce mysotf a caaotdat I JUtrict* Same w w defeated by a
Democratic candidates State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 Vr tl.e "V* J r'l ivii i district'[i to- for 8upsrlBtondat of Public Instruction, '. ,
vote of f to 3,
JL ON, JL. to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instrnctlonj wit: 1 of V.d. County. *uh>et to the will of

D'J. lACI I elector at the General Election to beheld ...... ........... I 00 Number One tuart-W. G. Parks. tile voters as may b* pranml at the A communication from a meeting of

: November 8th. 19O4 and to be appointed County Commissioner ......... I 00 I Number Two uplter-R. E. r.4| Mc- approaehlnc, Damoontte primary oloetloa. candidates. held discuaaed in Miami May 10 194.
BlSCAYNK BLOCItJt.. D. i m. & KALU was read and by various candidates -
HOTEL ; by the Democratic Governor Supervisor of Registration.... I 00 Farland. dw Miami. Fla before the committee. Finally

MUML FLORII? of the State between! the dale of holding Members of County School B'rc. 1 00 Number Three, ,West Palm Beach-,
the clerks, and
following Inspectors
t-: such primary election and the holdIng E.: H. Dfmlck. 1 FOK TAX ASSESSOR.I .
I IIDR' Justices of the Peace......... 100 decided for

W. B. RUSH ; of the p mary election\ A. D. 190*. Constable ..................... 1 M Number Four Hypoluxo (Boy>}ton) hereby; announce myself. as j! a the polling following places were upon
I and of a Democratic candidate for i
Cullen Pence ,
County Fish and GMIlWarde. 1 00 FOR TAX ASSESSOR of Inspectors.. Gen McPherson
Office zzt-ltth street. Thon* 84. United States Senator to be voted for I Number Delray-H. J. 8te J jof I
All candidates are required to file awritten Five. f"lI( Dade County subject to the action Ernest Stypman J. M. Ennls clerc.
Resident. I0l Street and I AvenueB'Iboeo by the Democratic members of the Legislature -
Number Six. Z. Cave ider. Democratic I
I application! to have his name the :> primary. store of
n-IIL H. W. polling
Hetwey place
1 '
xlAlfiI1F1.A. of the State o fFlorida. at its appear, upon the official ballot, on I Number Seven-Fort Lauderdal*--W. d' C. L XIMANIES.; Mir Walter Hitching. I

I I I 1 session In A. D. 1905. furnished 1'i'
I blanks| by the Committee !Marshall. | loIaapedon.. Edwards. J. B. I.
The following offlcers are to be nominated I
F. W BACK08. t 'i accompanied j with the fee above set : Number Eight, OJua-J. W. Ives.' FOR STATE SENATOR.I Islar, Henry Brooker; clerk, E. C. Miller -
I at said primary election, to-wit:
Miss a,ZV J-Alia.-rj.1.! I forth with 3. L. Patterson, Secretaryof I Number Nine Lemon City-WknwnMitchell. hereby announce myself as a candidate : polling place school house.
1 United States Senator.
8.ellleaUoDI..d) DetaiUMade I the I I County Democratic Executive I for State Senator from the Thirteenth No. Inspectors. H. L. Hillier L.
of AM: Klnd.j Fine 1 Representative In Congress Second I
for Building Committee, on or before Ute list day Number Ten Miami-C. D. Leffler.
Residences a Specialty. Senatorial District of Florida W. Bnrkhardt, N. H. BUtch;; clerk. J.
District of April A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Grove subject to the win of the Democratic W. Comstock; polling place club
OrncE, 1315 Avr) crt p.DL 1 Justice of the Supreme Court for the Thla'' 1904- I ,
: April llth A. T. Carter. party to be pressed'at. the primary houiM.
full] term of six ,.ars.I I,
tJU ''w. A. Flter. Number Twelve CuUe-r-D.C.Bro1nL. election May 10. 1904. No. Inspectors, W. H. Cox C. A,
of the Court1Governor.
ors Supreme
Eo C1W"D." Attest: Chairman.George Number Thirteen Silver Palmc.W. r. M ;nupsox.Tfblala.Fla.. Mall. Jess Danghtry; clerk: Cullen
P. Bull.Becrf'tM7. Hill Pence; polling place school bouse.
DENTIST..i] 1 [,Secretary' of State.IJAttorneyGeaeral. .
pro tem. Number Fourteen Deerfl ld-O.' W. -I I No. 5- Inspectors, J. E.: Chambers.

0...In Watas talUtM. _u.e.* earner el QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Bulllvan. I. B. Taylor T. M. McRae; ''clerk H.
,......**>>u4 laib i iXIAML 1 Comptroller. First !'r1 May 10, FOR PROSECtmNCJ &.AT1ORNBT.
fl4IBDA. a.aI7-Taet4aT'1 This March 12, 1904. P. Hodges; polling place school bows*.
;Treasurer. 11104Sect I hereby announce myself as 2 candidate
A. T..CARTER No. i Inspectors. Z. Carenderj lam
1 8uptrta dent of Public Instree- for the offle of Prosecuting Attorney -
i d PrlIDIf1--r.e.dI1'. JUt '. Umatead. R. F. Saxon clerk W. B.
Jupervtoor RagistnUoa. Dade Co. Fla.CANDIDATES for Dade county subject to the ; ;
Seekers !|! I tIo a.l 1904. Cassels; polling' place. Hard..'. More.

rXttentioo. 1:Commissioner of Agriculture. General Election-Tuesday 'November approaching Democratic primary election. No. 7.-Inspectors. R. A. Brta!. W.
Ton will find it td !irokir interest 1, Coomlasloiter.IJADutantrGeneraL S.U04J Miami Flax L. Brackwell.. D. O'Neal; clerk. Prank

to call oa me before Investing-. I Th ireglstratlon: ) books for the primary I\ FOR OFFICE.. \ Stranahaa; polling place. Straaahaa's
1 State]I Chemist.
Furnished bosses and l rooma I election win be opened In each sew ball

rent. Real bargains ia real estate. 11 Judge of,the Circuit Court Seventh election district la thin FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.t No. Inspectors, H. Padgett J. K.Newlan
county on .
.Insnraftce, taxes Aanounosasents win. Inserted la the
collections I Judicial Circuit. March 2J 1904. and will be kept sad ....,. J. ;W. Ives' ; clerk R.Cothron;
attented to. I openevery Dally Metropolis for tan oot-
e t4. 1'State; j Attorney. Seventh JudicialrraresitI hereby announce myself as a candidate school house.
license antheming day. Sundays cxoepted. until the Lrs, or to either dttioa tar 0v. doIJua.Caa4ld&a.e polling place
have a special I Justice _
for of the Peace in Di -
for Ceamilsslosisrskad No. J. S. Pardue. A.W.Cromartle. ;
Cotmtr laspectors,
me to of prepare real all estate kinds legal Low transfers Fees4 11 Prosecting' i AUornty. f I. ZCth day of April U04.. at which Urn a oib.rs of the school hoard win be strict No. 10, and respectfully ask. the iJ. S. Peters clerk J. E. t
wul be closed.Th
Senatorial they ebarp4: _Dalf these --.- support of the voters' la said district
attention. 1 State Senator. Thirteenth Pendleton; polling place, school b_.
Prompt CARROLL;' I 1 I *J registration books will| not be N. annoua *%Mnt insisted utfl paid d. William i H11L ,, .t
C.C. 1 .
'Dlstrletf tae No. jo-Inspectors, L. A. Osborn J.
I' reopened for the second primary' elec- ,I I
JJoUTT 1'ub ic. 111emtjer: lot the! House of RepresentatUea.J '. -= I )I. Burdlnej Frank Jaudon; clerk I M. R.
nraTL. D. nA 1&c'01Q.r, Uon. I hereby at|
announce myself
Kellum hall.No.
; place pity
I All persons shy register who an I Jnstl 4 tDIIdld-j'I i polling
: judge, j I ate for re-election a$; < nfD.pf''tof1l.; : Jackson Pea- I
. :RollRbla'teal. I citizens whether they bay. paid their the Democrat Toten of Dad Ceon- Peace in this the 10th district. I

_. Optlcla. : : _' i poll taxes or not; but they cannot vote t j ty. Florida: am BOW serving la {this capacity I rock: John McKlnxle. J, W. Galloway; .
ICoIIDR! t the Circuit Court tjlerk, : her Alburyhourae. polling place 4
w'c. MAYNARD. unless their poll taxes which may be 'I hereby announce riya.lf a would appreciate! an !i endorsement Inaccordance
Assessor of Taxes. for slsctlon to th* ,*ffle* of Trauriat II Old Htirdeei j
ar..D, Ice Ul*P..d.ome.T I lector. I \legally due are psHdJ; as provided by Dad County. Florida, ubjct to DM with the l Democratic :principles No I:-Inspectors. W- A. Cooper. J. I' .1"

; law. i of returning tat a aecondtenn|:
: will of.JarttJ' *f the Democrat
Fljtrf Geo. W. ij.
Qisui Itwtlilj : 1 Count] Superintendent of Public 10Itrattoa. Stintjiouser. j Dougherty;
voters, will ho .zpru.d ba the Dessoeratie lies
I I POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. as an incumbent who satisfactorily kv.
tfLes focU7ewe1! IcGEO clerk Geo. Hoodie; polling place.Brown .
< primary May M. OH.C. I .
;t filled ,
the office
Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and '
1 I O. IUUJ.1CR*>N. John A Moodie t warehouse eI .e
1903 Is a prerequisite to voting at all d C. Gramllng.I !
i No. IS .
dw Fla. Go
1 : 1'reuurer.i Miami I, ienry man,
''MC.D 'XA D -
'. L. '' S i Count Commissioners I elections this year. I FOR STATE SENATE.I :' Erne> Mall Will Anderson; clerk C.

Qril Eagllet, I Members of the Board 01 EXEMPTIONS. I A. E. H&n1tJl. I hereby announce my eanddacy for W. Hill\ ; palling place, schoolhouse. ,

s.r.sei.t ace s.akTial.s .a 4i. a pwaady. Public Collar'[ The following conditions exempt Candidato fordw I I Plate Senator from the Thirteenth:+ ,I No. H-hllla-ton. j[ W. Sax W.

.GROV I'U.vtJ. JustlCJ for Districts' persons from the payment of [capitation County Judge I E. Blantonj W. H. Slstrunk; cljfrk, J.
copo.W1)) ( I1 of the Peace jln and I Senatorial District of Florida, subject .
or poll wee: .J : C. .. .
Holly polling .
NOB. 1. 2. 2, ,,i. at C. 7. a, 9. FOR COUNTY,, COMMISSIONERS. J to.the w 111 of the Democrats of Brevard ; pl. school boon*
+ -Any one who ha losta| limb It moved and
.First j ws carried that names

A. DAN., .Constable 10. p ll2and13-for la battle. Th. many friends and supporters 0* I the and Dadecountles election to be expressed .at i I candidates" for members of the Couny *,
I 11! In and D trlcli Nos the present members of the Board of primary May 10th 1904.M. I 4
9"" See .Gd-A., ODe wno was U yean Seabrook : executive committee be placed on
12 Sams.Conrtenay
.................1IIott; GiIIIIIo 1.2-3.4.8,4.7.; 8. 10. 1L : County Commissioners' for Dad* I the ballotIt j
and 13. of age oa or before December SL 1901. Brevard Co.. tla. rcgnlait
have prevailed them to!
later. ,; M.rrad t/Presidential Electors. I Third-Any one becoming of kg* (21years upon 4-- I was also moved and carried that 'I

'""'" ...... J"I NA*. I 14 Delegates at targe to National Convention Old) on or after January ;... 1903. i I stand for re-election and hereby: pre-j' FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. candidates |for game warden be placed .:Jon
. fs k... IU sent their names, I u follows: I; F. C the regular ballot and tie candi-
I Ii Fourth-Any one who had a 1
. I Ak-her Georg W. Lalnhart. R. E:! I a candidate for the of .
I : i county I I am position datea for raid office be amewd tl./II
I !fI resident of this Mate and M
i 21 District Delegates. McDonald John ( L. delegate to the National Democratic
jSewell Land 4j Mr. John*, of Precinct No. 1 banded
fOImIlOm.w I U I Members at 1 1arge of >tits Commitj or after J'.DU'1I1. 1903. Belcher to the voter tt thus Convention lit St. Mo. .
I : { i Loula for See- ID his resignation,l as a member of the

.... Oddsi Prses.is,g.sadaARE j I If properly registered, any lot the crm'le primary of May 10. 904. oud CotiKreHiional District I am permitted committee and the same was accepted. '

. liCounty hem r of State Committee.. above can rot ran election State --r- rmo1 i I[ to refer to the entire Democracy i iI A rpotlon was made and carried that

1 Member Nat >nal Committee. and county, bel year without SHERIFF. u. Orange cuunty regarding my standing inspectors and clerks be
. YOU G31NG I FOR .)) paid $1 oo per
11 Supervisor o: Registration paying any poll or capitation tax. I as: a Democrat, and If I am fortunate I lay. '
North or West ? County Fist and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. T* the Democratic roter* of Dad Conn- enough to have your aid In | The next meeting: of the commute -

t!Member of Dad County Democratic Persons under the following conditions Ty. Florida: ', I Dade county at the election I shall was called for April II, 1V! l.i
: Executive Commute>> in and for will be liable for one poll tax : I b. .by announe mrMlf a eandloat greatly appreciate it. and ran assure j{ There being no further ImnlneMi a j

niSYille&E HasInU lie I >> I II only .1902 or 1903. a* the case maybe for r-tortlon. to th* offlo of BbarlBT oC I you' Orange: county Democrats will also i I notion was made and carried to aJourn. ;a
1.S.,4.5.1,7..9 Dad County. Florida. subject to the '
: II : appreciate It. I I
I will of tile majority of Ih* D.mecratie II .
Rail i road j The; rule governing said primary I Any one who became S5 years old i rotors as will b* expressed la the Domncratle I, Very truly yours, : GEO. P. BULL I :y t

Often unexcelid l |ws* nx I.

Modern trains currying Pn 1$in adopted by the Democratic Executivi for aCcount of poll tax for that d"< JOHN FROHQCK i iI 'I ,' Winter Park. Fla.HEALTH I '
year../ I I
sleepers, up-to-date coaches, ff Committee, at their meeting held li Any one who maT'becom. of anD-m.r IS YOUTH. By her marriage to!; C. II Rafter of I,
ell_iat chair ears, *nddinlni, ) .nb.fwe.n I Jacksonville, on January,%:eI. 1904 fo yean old) at any Qm during 1902 i I hereby a* a candidate rl..1 seae and Slckncua Old j Brooklyn hw father1. bnther Miss -

northern and southern j< Itl.... governing State primaries so far ai will be required to pity |1 for poll tax j for Sheriff of Dade county, I I .__ Bring Age. .' letMfttf Rafter will| | become her fath

TIM fines* dining ear service (i aBoaUl. I i tt* same will be applicable to th for the year 1903. Florida at the 'next Democratic primary ,' 'Herblne taken before er's sister-in-law and her hual>an every morning
I o >unty primary. Those and only tho** acd ask For the votes of my 'I DI!K+. To her children she will\ he
BeQnronrh Tiektii via Any one becoming a resident of this'I I' breakfast will keep you In robust
All Agents >rose shall be permitted to become Fellow Democrats and those who will great' aunt as wells, a* mother while>
p I Stat and county during 1902 will bet I! health fit you to ward off disease. It
L. & N. I IrOf' ndldates before, or vote st or park} I be qualified to become voters at that her parents wfll' serve In the double capacity -
liable for the poll tax for 1941.! | I cures constipation billiousness, dyspepsia -
t pate In themanagement of said pry} primary. I promise if elected to faithfully of aunt and uncle. u |...1VlDdf.lh.r .1U\
schedules, an d sleeping ear WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. j fever skin and liver and kidney and '
rates n ary election mho declare their ads i perform the many duties of this' grandmother i .
lv to complaints....
reeervation app ,All male Inhabitants who are 211 It purifies the blood
h -rence to th principles {and organl-I .responsible offlo 'I' are only a few of (he. points 'hat tbe '
J. M. Fleming( j years cf ace and were ender 55 years I I and clears the complexion. Mrs. D.
rittpn of the bemocratla per t3. Na- J. M. WILLIAMS tuition( Is capable of and by; .Mbufflins""
AJft'" I of December SL 190L I W. Smith. Whitney. Texas writes Apr. ,
rlwt4atPa. Bar ..-. I t40: State i ad county, who ere bythe age Palm Beach Fla. the cards of proj.lenia willt
"" ..P1 i. JI JI.II I S, 1902.I ba"e used Herblne, and find
: ,] laws of 11* State lawful electors Any one becoming a reticent of thli II I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. It the beet medicine for constipation J found fit jtto delight the I njlnds/ of

In which State and county prior to January' 1. I! hereby ... those who '
1 ot the electloi districts ) they announce jsonT as a -,1 pore over the Bew' 'p'per e
iuiMIoETR.bwsw.afl offer to votes bo han paid their poll I 190, will be required to paypoll! tai| dab for th* erne of Ctark of tile Ctr- and liver trot bles. It..11I do all you pdule column ''I
'I cult Court of Dade County ubet t* claim for It. I can highly recommend ''t
tax*. legally: 'due not leas than ten : for i9J>2 and 1903.1
j th* action of the Dratocratto If SOc bo le. Sold ,
wrw. JTe aNrs.aX60 1 primary. a by Red Crow I'II
/ days before i aid primary election, and 'I If they becomes resident after January -! dw 11 I E.: L. WHITE. j Pharmacy. I A prominegt commercial traveler.

who by an elee- ,1. 1902 and before' I
YEAR.'IEXPERIINC' shall, w wrung January L January lie I; ,I 110 covers tb whole state, while die.cussing -

:' ,..1 torj+ pledge I a upon oath, .before 1903 they. yfll be required pay poll -!- i ii i i It may not >e generally known that poI t t..CD recently
to abide by and tax too 1903 only.
I any inspector, I t take this i
method (to Inform the vet I the addition c f s teaspoon of chopped his urprlM. a< the remarkable .
support"the itesul: jcf such primary, and |' 'ADtl'ODe reaching their majority (21 < ... of Dado County that I wfl be a eandtdat strrogt'id.tveloped

/ support'the nomlntfc thereof. I I years!on or after January L 19O will foe rMtoctkm to the office ot Clerk,?i iI suet to every plat of milk In a rice btu: Hon. C. M. Brown of
I I of the Circuit Court subject to the action j pudding notly makes it creamy" but Ocala I candidate for Governor. He
and closed I
nit polls shall be opened s
be subject to payment of poll tax for '
at election' !I of the DraoeraUe! prlmartoa. May Ml also greatly improves'tbe flavor.A sal that!: Brown would sweep West and
I ImAox the several districts at the ,I 1903.In. pnm iDc. If aUctod. to perform tile ... i iUM I;, I South Vlorida

Iearo4+ hours fixed by the general election law. kill' caves> of exemption of a voter I of tile eIII4Ie. m the future, a* la fa* : and was without doubt
'On..". THOUGHTFUL MAN.M. thr,leading candidate In i
1 the
'c--.n rh* following named persons art bere-j torn Wment'of poll taxes, he Bust I past to the best of my ability. I WIll I rare. Theclean

__ a eee.s1 n.swre .Ai.f f bT'' appointed i Inspectors add .- fqr of the of bo grateful towith thor who win favor' m* eampalgn which he has been

w.a.NW.S', _a p..u..r_e_.._abd t-..:.c.; ; the severe eictlaa districts j{ secure, .lafel'Ttlor registration the r votes I M. Austin of Winchester, tDcL. running has met with popular favor.
.e.sa anal=-= U..d...L.P.,.....ae 4iuee I a,certificate I setting forth the fact that I dw E. C. DEARBORN. His! war record' makes every true '

_f ..- a cf., :::.. I {See report of committee meeting on I Iar.t such voter is exempt. If the certificate I II knew what to do U the hour of need. Southern man proud of him, and his
pap) I I exempts! the voter from payment' of hereby all nce rtt: a eandidato I His wife had such an unusual care of' record In bock the lover and upper.

Scientific JimericattPOiEYSKlMEYCUKE 1 votlni shall {ibe by ballot on j poll taxes ,for both years (1902 and for tho offle of Ctark of the Circuit' stomach and liver trouble, physicians house of the State Legislature (, wh.|

A t- -ft MfA" Toad e I wets 1903). If properly registered' he can [ Court for County suhoFt to tile I
j i
w.+a-.d t"iu rural shed by the State and I|approaching pomocraUe. primary also.pon. could not help her. H* thought of ; out a stain He says hei ha ant vl..

; i ij :19t I Co inty Exec lUre' Committee; and at then cote such upon certificate presenting of cxei to i iptlon.if he Inspectors -. 'I Mid :tred) Dr. I I King's New Life! !Pills'' It.., a county In which be did not findBrows

Z. T. MERRTTT. men
th dose of inch election the Inspee-4 I I'I' f the voter I* subject to only 00.poU I dw Buvna Tlstaj FlaI I and shegot tell r, 'at, once and ;"jwas I i his nomination enthuslaj-tirsllr and many workingfor believe..i

''I' toi i:and Cierii; shall proceed to canvass tax. either for 1902 or Wp3. the finally {cured. Only: 2Sc. at all i that he mx>uld win In the lint primary

r th {pots la accordance ; i the State sam. ]rul* VlU apply as tit securing hereby .a.o.nci mysall a* a sad .1.1I I l-stai. I drac-I! j Levy TimesDemorrst.r '
..*.* KM.M.4, wit > I
,i 1,1,

r I a I

II,1 j ..: I I .b '"....JL.Lt< "fo ...J.4"J.icLtJ.-.., t ,.,..I ,'" ,.a i ,lasahti3.lmi..11 I .. .j" "" ",',,' _.: L .. ;, 1 __. _.. ''I" ., ...JII'pie .,j


e DAILY From aft{ over the State'there cornet r'alare* barely <.teadv...,

MIAMI/ IT ETROPOLI5.r expreKxion {that Stwktot and Jennlna Dug; Into Mound In, the Desert ''ar.
: .
.- February.
hate combined( to defeatISenator| Tails round;; \ 11 t'
... \\f ferro. the idea being for the highest --+- WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE
:I eslish.ter r, Jay tNsesy. alert! . Ufl5
A career
toe of the two to run in the second The turquoise kind is dead. :liar' H III

: I.B.UT '" :ii lien. irimar.. the other throftlrig hU info of thrilling julven :urea and 1>.,rbr..dlb June 1 ,! ll.iJnlr

-LJLF/iKit11aJtlsbl _-- "u f to him. escaped a ifs In whiib the . . U is. j 314..i 2ttt Street.

I ... t. SHiStMkKK 1.11.111 pur. li certainly loolls that way. It Is ano- smile of fortune Cam* at the mot uo- .\ulu.It/ . ,.1 ..1 I.11I3 -.3 i iI t
.t: : 1IB "ki expected times and places hif I.efl \1.tetiihr.htu,1r. . .,. l I I
.;d Ire fucluttie t livable fast that they an a* Miummya ; .
vra4ii..Iawh sai.l.rloriA..f fol ri. oth.r'hearing . 11 "Il'1I"'r ,
i i if + }. t"o Lean in a IKK]. and that thereiij ended like the lives > wi many I
-*- ---- -JIb; ; . J.--- !
; "\
.;:;; ;; t ; the lea the an'ns- 1 I I
weq..Irra I.a.aps word altered by one acain t !: royal til by .
a i
1 nexer .t
iM. I le .tT..T" .
(rBite tei the .
| .
ill. .Ia ; .4 Rb. ," .' .. "'I'
-. m ... tbelr tonI 'i i nu.ijt, s > : / I
- -.... -II... i. .fl., I lie Vther In reference to W. F. MILLER t. COP

I J .. ...I.,. ."" ....... I'' ... ...... ..w. I" was a frequent visitor to Denverduring C V. APPOISrIESTS.II Successors EJwia Ncbon.l
.... trow'Hotrate* I 'iiie$ |Inns. and Hays:
t -l"_+__46n j.. .. .Jj.on Way does not'' :Mr. Stockton atta-.tk, the atter y tarsoiflblsfETAOl I
earky K. at JarkwnrllleIn Embalmers
*]> Jfail..1 r life. Mr Maj.'iliiam Ikiggs Undertakers and
I ''. Sii Montbj I ., . .1. .. 140 the rwonl of Governor Jennings'Ir. ; during the latter yeas. of his Made ChaplainGeneral.The ,

_ Mot ,lb.. . . . 1.2: it |I..u,.e He has combined wilh i 1 Simmons was on October 15 following appolatmenta\ hare I

\ Tire b y Carrier. . . .1 .10 }im In the effitft to defeat SenatoriTaliaferro at Mauve. Cal., an isolated mining While been made on the stag of the Second I 413---12th Street. Phone 25.t ,
t1eek fh NevirJa line.
!' ? town near *
Florida dl uion United Confederate ,
brigade. "
'ne I tint Priatiu& 'ompaDJ i I Why doe hot the Governor attadkStocktonT getting Into a wagcn to drive homehe Veterans '' = .

verttani : rates made] kiownj oa !the record of Mri 1 was shot and Instanty killed by W \ Seond: Briga:".Je. for 1 !

'.f application. i i ii IH it !a. hail romhined with H. Miller a foreman whom he haddischarged Headquarters I ,
j ] I 1 Ida Division t.. C. V., ,J"'kll..n..III, I II'rll
i T | Mr. 1.1..1'j the hone| of pi Illnpdown I a year or.so before.
I '
bIETKoc'ou.R'. I A| H. l'$4General Orders.. No. i: I
of tis mine was an .
r I OFFICE: ( ; r' record esprrtingthereby I. The .
I. In audit on to the Kpnointments
\ i'.2 aDd la T..t-Iflb'L' rf'<'t. j jt to make room for ntmself r exempla of his keen Iseen: for the un- nan-Colonel
heretofore made of IJeiit
i Opl 1 Ite Court I ..... I : The, ..Vidpnrj.!. .b strong that ..,|ch aI ., usutl. i,Riding throogh\ the. Cr..nlI A. D. Williams as AdJtittntCeneraland

>mlnnatl' has.: l been male. I I I Mountains in the Mojave Desert one : I
DISTA11Cr. talf. the ( ollowlnj
VI ap-
t it-it, fair-minded peoplerake he noticed at a! little dlntanceslight a : I
hii day.
Will the 1
',,.. !I- "hi..rtt made on| the staff of : -:..- __ __ __ I .
. wire Ieate -r.tm', of Florida tol mrh method.* I! elevation of Mound which, - r T -- -r==r-----
the ) RriKade. dirision.Vnited .
_ contT Taa )111 I ; The l With .f Mav will answer thepinion thouth; perhaps un i-llU'l'N for centuries Florida I, I I
IIteo; fl..... ". i,. built byhuman Confederate Veterans, who will
tistle.p1 ,iuesiiott. had ap|>aren<:|ly been
'tI1 -ill .rdsv.a& I : l>e- r..I : I clt-r .
f IIM i'It And. In the of Senator Tmlla-- bands. A : examination I
act Mtjor E T. RIHIX. of Ftjrnandina, an-
,,11..7 _It a,3'i Ht, ferro's friend It will be" an.". > I of the heteroReaeouij: ; materials compotiinK I
.w froti Klstant adjstantgeneral.dMajor ) ) ,
d.t'$ & ;
convinced him of
IitN Havasu. a.tt acs .t1tI thuu ier tone that will be beard I the mound
\ I M J. Coxe. of & alk.. Inspee. :
. \ I Wtsd.ssi d"P ......... 11M "C Las PensacJla to
f"I" ("* : &U to Mttaii. ancourses 1 in diagonal; i too large for an r1 grave, he determined -
Ns rat ,
t Cape < f':.. ya. "... ... -+t..I' 1111I l Mr. thriHU hout the State. I to ) further. Die-; I i
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.. lab... I r rLbsd4. rt ordt. adrocate-Keneral.
rh..a .. 1 hM I'" The answer. ti-o. will be an emphatic. glng!: flown Into he came
' .. Major S. M. Wilson. ji i tlI UrerneM.quartermutergeneral. .
-+ ,-+. ,
.':f 1 I-4+.- -----=--+ punitive unite it against the Injection I I upon a stone : a complete set :

" I I Ir1PRIL 18. 104.f : of personal a ise of unsubstantiatedcharges of therud4:] tone tools used In mining ;
; I Major C. T. Gibson 0, Grabam..UIe.tommIMilryII"II..r.l Q.UARTERMAN.'l
and df vindictive attack Into by uncivilized. ""non I. Continuing "

1Tbe kung sad ,face fa growing a Democratic prlmary campsign. the ext'a..tIOD. he opened. up the :
I Major William-F. Shine', of 8L Au- 1
.\ ,!throBgl loot the fetal. May Ij.m, see Are we to viand supinely by and see workings, of an ancient mine. and the
X-. the f re te. I'I' I'I our grand old party murdered by 10ailf'r.t deposits{' of turquoise which afterwards I I custln:Major William surgeon-general!: | ; Boggt.!: of Jackson Fancy Dry Goods. Notions Beautiful and Artistic

L." ,- I ; friend brought} him wealth. ,-1IIf'. chaplaingeneral.l; l Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties
lit Member of the S nd'1 night i iare Shall we hive It heralded. to the For ears he kept the location of themine
Captains John B. Wallace, of Dade
y BOW advocatln going n ac-b1 world that th i Florida Democracy U a secret, working It la a desultory Souvenir and Sporting Goods. Complete line
City; J. M. Talbot. of Lake City; Leonard I
Sunday. I Ir I rent asunder. ti r factional atrlfe anner. The property was not!, Do7.ierj of Ocala; F. E. Saxon of of School Books. Polite and capable service.
I Ii' The drift laThe thitherward. uatentM. and led some wandering
BrooksvllU-: D. Newsotn.. of Willis t I
To* DarU-T illafejro tlub' ls t11'boutelng. time to ilp it In the bud Is now.keep prospector* should run on It by accident -
ton; B. A.fjPeniell. of Bronson.. and J. ,
t Ne'r} supporters are being The way to harmony is to getiown !: I i ,b,> built a stockade around I it sad ,
S. Mickel.\ qf Live O>k. alds-de-ramp. '
pledged daily. i I I he beliefrentat : and alt on him. :I kept i than with a Winchester on: '
LMembera of the staff are requestedto
1.1 The; eoniwrv itlve, progressive wing guard! ilsbt i! and 41"y. People who tried. Burdine & Quarterman
ham e-r furnlxh hemselres with the fatigue
The soot of b.i saw an4 of t the party h u It In Its power to do 1 n the I..t/on/ of hjs mine b> ,
-y: klnginx lo I this on the tet th of May and tare they ng him Into the J. >

: now, aad'tbe'rur4; b i hardly n.H4 P from 1'01 ........-.ocl thf'11 clo illotwvplt th.t' was k dacvferous business. For ersns appriprlate to their rank. and. ,twelfth '3O8.IvLNDKK .
I as far as they mar be able to .Uf'n<
Ins nte. th re was Jim McCurg. one I 1'reet.
i Hill and J. M.qther. tarn I I reunions 01 the brigade.S. lj
,l JB. 1 inks that Ellhlt Root of tiiej!) fr l 1.hose acquaintance
Theymiddle both The bi igaJier-peneral i commanding
congratulate 1eas til\ be the p per man to succeed him tim ooa made lal Denver. Unknown : I I
and both desires) to Impress the staff
ttdr open
:talr Iiar tbp (
t part In t
w. In the s4I I I Juri a! Parker s the proper man to dot with the owner of the mine. and,: the Importance of their earnest cooperation s, ',
in jimmoting the activity and
.. D'' I 1911. folio ved him to endt& Simmons
.. Thefore ,H TisiT llaferro club will do t real of the'! t-eKuertlTe camps, and keepIng r I Ij
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.. lute eye bOW..T'1", caught a glimpse
lira du y tomohfow night Turn out In II' Eii ,ndlana woman recently went of )f Clnrg as the latter' jot down from up thfir membership and good j
lioir '$@n.t r Tallaferroarnau'd standing wj as to carry out the worth)
.: and tr loaded. shot gun Into a "1100,1III' the i ear end of the train at their des U

: 11 bo you what you are: I r where b"r husband was .Pf't1dln ;I tlnat o.. and the JDenver, man war objects ef their organization. .. ..
By order Brigadier-General Fran- I
(" bi. earnings. and when ads entered pron ptly "warned that a bullet. would jof
i,-- The 1ft" [10 al campaign will tb... place ler husband ordered her tdpa i stop him If he attempted 'Ito follow cia P. Fleming. Commanding Second -

dude ? C tjr the *Jd last It \ '. Ii" I.atead of Jtornl g aholor : Simmons I to the mtge.Smmons' j I Florida Brigade. \',, C. V. ) ._. .. ., ., t" ..... ... .... ,. .. .. ..'._ .

J' bat -LL; jf> ., ,bu4 in : froM geaefal I n- here." I[ and Adjutant i 1Vto1REE ,
'rED ,.a< thirty seipnds to get oat 0 uied to bring vil h him a targetrav, '
pr..1 :Fr'' ''Clark I* com r.g outenatnr Th plea-e was varatej at onc+| -eon. elinJ rip filled. *-lti! splendid! tur- GeneraL! I' hoi' UAMnke -' f!

at *biI .a.i.d f II horn.IbubUdly. i iI hem nook all of the thirty second quoi es. The stones gore pile b'ue' In'rolor '" I .

i -I ,! ..II ...d them to get out in. And !. whll'' 'thOtNl! from tht'oId' rained ----Y' .FOR 1 I'' I |- -\.. j

k\trro I 1)1I do i iot him Irl lug te men ont of the "tiger"; thtro In MexlC"O tore dark hue, acid a4 Iraq I I I I

r T 10; ,>..ai.11 d UT hW to iorrow a Im- lan took a branch from a near'bfre It wai ba" buyers for the ,11'001; United States< Senator I Kinder Lou Crates. I

and aiv> her husband a threshing seta of 81 '. Sow thelIIiKht\
bl Bid and at scien- !
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al't -tit i It. That woman is needed in FfT' blue stone favorites II'II bud I

R, mann ti a d tie Interests'which rT1I 1.la..t s In Florid Miami not ti a ready sale, '!" Vote For Chase & Harney. Miami !
aecliiun and the money'frem
anlNi our i
{ (rep ed.The Falling toj get erou-h I i Sell *=::::::zJSJ.Ji.CLoj
State "f I r I 0\\ the sate ok turquoise! to patent thriDijorwrty i

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rt ml Itt ell fat e examining : Palm BPa..bj] Miami Naua litol Loq 'f
( j over Cpurty..S4'j, ,
it boardtt! t at ti al lilt ha its full heret' rrther places alone\ the East Coast his ,'valuation of ("*.("") on :hln mlDe z-.1<1 I .
f *** .-M-ft.t..t... ....
: 'of lata UIJo.1 f l1.' of t'1. St t .I .b- i ie1dfiftts .>sent many hundreds of tourists to s tAsjpiftir.e. 'boated It on that basis. altlnmrh! ,'. ax Whose ran cornI I I I.

.. w t-b some o .. ...ul"-l[' ,1. to rma-n for a while before :really worth three times that anount I 1.1 :I "

'shps)r:I 11", ;I'I f1d.' to.u ii4 the men j i 1.\'ln.{ .. 'ror'!tb... >"orth. Hotel Alcaiarii monly pronounced ai I. \t i i ,.

a I. whose ea 'they are> In .tf'd. 1J...... i ii< well patrn zed by the traveling pnbi It Ise I BOW I but a few 'H'k I .before the I .r*...#....**C,......***... ..* ........................
be ton tie it .IIt"3, and : Jo P. Greaves : it was spelled | ; .
may matte He ligr iger; .p primary el >etfin wilt decide a bitter
stloslo ', etr.i I II + delighted wit: the phecomenal 4 seifVSentertalneii j and long di awn'out' contest for Xt'Vmal. J 11 Epicurean Restaurant \

i hfl has bad. aviu overaar ;
I --t" State\ ai 4 county offlolalB. AH thatcan Toliver" : I
It wand loop { a tea r 'h. irlnd ::s.. 11"01'1.. lire he Alcarar onedistandlag be. rail; by the renpe-tlve" car.di- : I JJj.J: h s,. \I I II
that Rni Aa < nnlfr bet \ > glad! to Ala 'ut..11 the laterrasa '
eec In. ,
,, dates foil! ,'nitnl State Senator bar : :

hart It ida, pid *! Unied has Ua te'sittIe.hip ...1' :,, r, of the 1If'a.40 there were 214Lifts 1 been liotli ald and written and .'l 1 that : Car I.'nu3cs| Sfrvtff from a chck ?, m. ''unf//10, ''p. m J

tlr s.Iq'k faslstln sui Ii IhJ.l1& '' in th hotel on Sunday. Th. cat be said against them h.II'''beer 1 ...... e.e.... et.. ... 4. e.. *. ..... .....'.. ....-......
Instead r that n,1 Jr g.1r: will rr't msln :pen until the fret 1 "
; made the!moat of. The people tied no ,
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boij r< < plo ...t. H' .''heloul&I, if -Muniw"; Minmper Greaves will J
t" to theii
: I further campaigning prf'ttlU'f' -r-j
nibs lot eirow!: ;*t4.roul4 *v t Im'l tae tet htm.-'f' In rakfineiu to leave for :; minds as'to' who I III the candidate best I' \ ''i I : I "1'

fln4 ft I s *Jrns '.t>uld I* honflra'">. aibrajve ,1 "\:>w Y"rk U usual. Mr. Greaves will fitted to M M service to the Mate. In j .1. ;-;4 :; I j !i I:. 31. B ILK

b iif to insist of I the; t'ring: |il* itf rrtanaf-e the famous Oriental hotel a< I ScnMe. Although
the ITItM States !: Deed 9 j jYACHTS. r rI
aptwanthai ppofctepous .j-Ienriy. IndUal '1 nhatlan Bea>h. and Mr. Asa i omm. the present mcnmbent.. Senator J mppj I Bail'ey" I

the JaiM 1 hawe( not 'yetj knock;; thJlipular, < hirf (,'clerk; and Mr. E. E j P. Ta1ilif rro has been ittxrkndby I Ixith ': 'Hlr......""

the df" mi of IthUlr.! heads hat theymafflty Pt-rrji ti, Lord of the Treanii direct /barge and Intme : ;'i '-T: :oo"'(; :
are'' ''1.. \ ': ':"i sill f"t on hand with Mr I avainrt him whi -h rr1e<..e
;\Li 0 I Creates. T lental hotel Its Brst- any way upon his character or hli duties I I : ATTMC l) .. )1I..un. FLA

". ..?ate having\ lively t im > over on \It .s ,lin every. partl 'ar. and dnrlrg!: 'l to hi' constituents" ban seen <. Par : I

the Wedt Coa'st over the raif tldary of 11 i t.. tranagement. Mr. Craves bar ,joy disprored.! He now stands with a I ,

Editor Jj H. Humphries for t 4! Florida Ijirilt! ;'up an'excellent' busineHB.-East ]rerord .of'artileTeroent:' that has no parallel Special : ,

amate. Editor Ughjqfoot of Braid- Coast'; Advocate 1 In the history of the Slate and .. -FAN '

en town Herald an mak the intake I lone' 'blqh; his adversaries hare not

of lot ,letting the pund's. lit10.. )OW Thfl new steple on the Methodist II I beet bold enough to deny although Sales I : fV"11
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Church South baa been finished. }
bow and where be sti n this w I II they have made weak attempts to belittle :
It U often that the
ierilpnipared ,. b white cro s not
tk4lsr-gage be says: The 1 I It White every precedent esta4 -
Protestant churches other than theEpiscopal OFMen's I
'eat Humphries'. : >llsh d by party usage demands thatan i formerly\ 5>4? palm potl.} ,
have the IB their
cross arrhltectture -
.IB ManatefSBBf. cost spas ed I' Ith official who has ably jterfonned. his
I Corner AvenUe B anj 11th Street. I'
but see' that ;
I i aavon ran a Summer
I snun ells palatable tconld u. | duties shill be returned. by the 'voters, -
great deal has been added to the appearaoce .
the Met. wItlon Uaie 1M sa 'po- then has been absolutely no reason Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor
I of thin tasteful church build-
to1! torn* oC1 the can< dat la advanced "by his opponents that are ClothingAT

Dade conn H I Ing. worth consideration l' why they should Open all the year

FOR CONSTABLE | be'elected to tike the place, except the. I .

An ichang* says thatsboppln a I hereby announce myself as a canildate fact that they covet the honor t'nderthee. ,, I Rate* $15 per day sad np. Special per week and to Com-
i circnmsta-Dcea It ought to be an Cohen's. 1 mercial med. K... i
woman goes out *. IBWl ; for the office of Constable la [ Large Sample >m* ::

silk aad enveloped la pert' e, OS* ; district No. ls, promising If elected! to easy matter to forecast the result at i ii P. O. I.$. .. arlAarr.l't.A. !
j bard I worklag husband has 't had anew I t faithfully discharge .the dude, of said the I: primaries. That Senator Tal'- J'i i ........ J

suit of elothsh or a de *nt i leal office.i i Ferro by his dignified bearing and his
IB five y* 4s." T* sad man a o fee J', d.1 L M. MchoUon.to convincing speeches has sired friends I i T -- -==t --- ,1 ..j.

......1 around oa the atreiBtlakW lti- a I I II I; ever sine the campaign began la admitted 1 H .
pips. |II In ;,his nontl and hisirk I )Iiow Wash Palat-A pall of soft '! ;I by friend and f.Th.tb..111 i : Hotel Biscayne's' '

tank; full,,of boost, who.e. hard I warm water, about cue oance r of borasland ;i be triumphant at'the. polls seems to he

las wit kksa! hM a BWklad I I''or a made Into a lather wtth a I good 1 only a question of the energy of his \ I '

'word since *** was m.ft-.s This 'I soap. a piece of clean flaanca. Rub BO I':active cbanpions la getting out the I dpea t1"t

would he 1MIt, r ,,11M soap OB and wet lbs bottom of the door .Votes.-St. Aagustlne Record. I ; to from lIar \ovember taL S. !GRAHAM, ProprietoiIIAMI .:.i

w etE -It.be aII dra.i a aldOwailig \ .. Om; then wash the top u4 the water +I )

4.aU the 1 4 atr. will lemv. BO streaky marks; behind M HEAYI FARM HORSE for sale at.1 I I : : Aveno D and Twelfth Street :
b Is 'generally U* ease whe {washed !. bargali: alto 8Ud baker wa oI.. B.1'!, ; 1- '" I II'-1. A 1 tr .
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. I H. M. KING; Rev Mr. Ful wood's study hours are sc'scti>r. sc ac ,

from nine In the morning until one, : Ws use Tennessee i ream la all oar I '

t- uneral' Director and Embalmer. which times'he spends lathe. study adJoining ; Ice cream and also bare the plain I { t
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fnmft Attrstfcm t* TcUcrapk W T ters CalU t i I
I II of Oil Cloth all colors, %Oc:. per yard I ,
I. l JL party; ) com

II.!II I II 1 : t I IDAllY..IUli Joieph Zapf, of West Faint Beach. ; 11 at The Racket i(,Store I ladies Outfitters: t t,1 .

" \ Ii H Stit'ma1 and Oscar Seen aid. .>f I
= - -- : I If you want :e cream that Is good .
i I Jacksonville, are In the city today on t.1'
tontaixe I
i The funeral
THE : poisoning was I and pure bay ItCompany. : of the Biscayne Drag I I f a
heli! at tie house at 4 o't lix'k this afran business. Bar
RDPO'uS. '
ME I The; \art' Tennessee cream. ; asps
; ter>}oonl ond" the dlrPcti n of uad.r- j \ I R
Bias ti ken chargeof 142 |
Ethyl Rogers bps I I
11 1 takeailIM.! Klnfi KevEpiw B Fallerof i
-1 the Woman' Exchange on AvenueC.
MIAMI. FLJ ...A pity lx. Liss. Trlr.ltt opal I Cbuifh offlcatingrent < I I .
; Her excellent bread] and deserts are SALE A Brat-class sailboat i Onellot Ladies mack and Colored Kid Gloves I '
The little one was laid t< In the built by and worth $150.Apply ;; I
an expert t
MAIL S CHEDIJLE. I I .snelery.t 1 great aids to the comfort Of housekeeping. wlrth$1.lOtofl.50tOIO (aj . . . 50
II city c I Will,sell for IT: to this oMce. I t :' I''
Arrive from the 1 lorthOS < I !119.I I I I ; One M Ladiex White Glove togojt< .1. I
j PICNIC-JTb'" Episcopal Alefj ; ilk 25 t
9 a. m. i I Miss Mima, of! Tftusvllle, will I > ;

.. 11 U p. m.Oos Si today School had a mart arrive in Miami May :lit to continueher W* bar.bread boxes' for your bread. I I I.i20: pieces Colored: Lawns. New Stylish Pat- P
ful til ie last Satunlay- at (the mouse of The Racket Store. < I .
Nor J | art lesrons Under Miss Louise Carpenter I Fist C" Worth ''' .
for the I to 12y a
RefUK': L Those In charm of the enter- :: per
LtOb s. nt. talnmtmt had taken. neat pains to artbe I Miss for tbsame Mima (acne to Miami. last Headquarter fancy proo-rles, fruits. r 'f@. . ."l .: . .. .'t. aI
nL summer |
d:45 p. reENJOYABLE I games an there played In purpose 'f ere. at Wilton! t Flye*, 7 I .I.
i I One: lot Lace and S'i,. Curtains
the fr Pdom of I laOiinjt sultrl and with Salem! of theBlwajn
THE }CEATI :ER. | Mr \jand Mrs ;Graham 100 TOMATO PICKERS AXD TEN Worth '
Washngton.Clear For EM ern I Florida J the merry applanw of the breaKenjoyet Hote, and a party of friends PACKERS :wanted at once by} Easter- Styles :1. o.$1.50 per pact to goo (d. 9&

orth' ] j jOI'tioasl era wire especially fcy theFuller i ho i ill come down from the North. brothers.
and-warn la > and cent: ling : Cutler Flat X90 One lot Ladi White Gauze Vets with TaI
qhildrohe i in the f>H>t-ra| < q on the liearh Nave! to Indian I _
; soul era l.ottion dloujy | fill shortly] on ajcrulse -+-- +- Arm Hulex and cek, to goo (oIJ. . . . ,. .
Tuesday!rain. 171 ( fir t pri p s a> won by !of .a key and the loser copst to try their Desiral3Mhce: rooms $for rvM Inquire 12 1-2

) Llnra nit. s6; mlalmulaJi I .%. Ith Jlrs H and and Mrs.:Ha ry BI'I?.. 'u k with the, famous' tarpon. of Bank of Bay C's'-", )n" lot tadie and Mi'furs white a I d B1a k M
nod oa< and tnird i In the. Mil,. I I II I It
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{ i asrU r 'e i. .>.... lll.a Builn'* >..u.c 11 \ir and trends E R Douglass and a Pleasant Sleeping Room' I Ii ray I Li..!! 'I bread lion'" Worth 3a'c_ toy(c." 4 25 1 1I
;first "th pus sloe CUnct second I arty of were one of the\ numerous Twelfth-Street Resldt'lu'e.,Showei bath I I
; In& lot Ladies., Wa".t... Worth IJo to $2 a
I : TOWN .TOPICSIj. || i I I.aa ,Cecil 'a-fJ. arc Kariimlih\ carried parties s ho pfnt and 'Joyed eta For rant at luninW rates. Sirs.FfftMSHEO "
I' I I t.. go ( . . . . . .1. t I
Is on the bay. They Dent{ doan 1': C I 186 .11' 9&
,off the! laur.dti for the bat i tttit of the yesterday : llrck.i i
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... .. .. the Pocahontas and I I .1' ,
io. $ C gas -a j baseball to Ragged Key oa
: 5; pl-eCI< White and Cream Curt in Screen
FOR HE pOX omitOoavest ;It' M jnvtll ing hut ea>>} |pray! b.nIl baJ a *>1>mJid outlag.ji'tn !
With a pie w to rata ig funds e the wind 1Tnt Jth1' come ,]n Tenth street, for rent Apply at I i New I'atterncVorth Ix. to 18c. to 0 this aalctr' 10

SchoolS I Ito Dj ei ted .Inqty.this t >la>log dope on lx 1lda. The i Chas ClrLner ard ,little daugh tbu.obe.: !. t II I I I I Ci
the !Il : One 10t Ladies Fine! White \ aista Worth
ettj. the ladles) I of atholicCbsrcII ter. Oeitnule w ho spent the nea.sonith I i
"f 'I Px.nsc in th a"lng air Folt } XT S 1R ROOM.oitposite I Irom 'iI' to 3.'cJto 0r. . 2'
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, I IMl are arrange to give v4% rordaricp to l TUBsIng$ the )Jr. Blrkner In IlaTaoa pad: "boreturned I 1 198
next Thursday loci' .& *. Ap iI 21st.. home the Cr;t of last 11 eek po t-oi'fJ.: r wt; occupied ssea
laIr' I keen appetited! ; many ('ne Jot Ladies i Muslin I
bicl cEe .t I' App Y o : 'Z Tblr.teenlb all atRII'CI:1)
Ho .1 l form rly teat "
at the IB Carlo ( thet 'l'I ii o. t''at.&hk Here yl I could and tare mnne been at the Day VI..w.1Ily I :
sire 135: 1 his ale!.
: their
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Palm H Into on Fourteenth -
bed t.I It war nfrly| sus>t when I I
it ""II llflcfc II left (the k., tor ome and Street today. OF, WAt.TED.-An i -I I :I WI
Ml. R. LJUls HOUSE luoet
was pifoxoGR\| 1 {la' 11 '" hat'jx .*- 1 to tnarrnie ;he pleaytd '- .
1 lows. f. rtat.ateraffled Hoi[ M S. Same, candidate for S1a: 'P desiring to have th4r furnished,
of iaN "" ,
tic : <'v. rj open la> !td fillej IE. DOUGLAS
,:rl ph apb Senator from this dutrict returned llofte eared r during lh summer.
winnerby R og .. .l
a s" t t aril" hoping that the trip
Mr.she .' .fl of <>> 4u4 Gr re, and way N'l e1 I eated mft l. I 'i SatarJ aT xiicht! from a tour throbsh ugr elf, a r 100 of the' .:saute maj I'aIOUlIb'J:1Ift ,

and her (family t 4w, Joyln the southern part of the eounty VrStu ai i b "H' care cf )11" '

the excellent!'mu#{lr ftthe ice* I e3l:' ."'SJ12'3TTJCa1A2 tjfCl I' .'32E '. l I. well ntlffied with the sltua raj oIi*. I ', : 310 and J 12. Twelfth Street.
Won sx he found It. He..1II re iialn In I

A FtiiE 1'4-\ -Tjierrc > m tt of I \ I PERSONAL ME TION.cac. | rh'S.lo'alit) several aaya. M anti C :,'fP :atory : or Muae.rdt -j

K of P. ntl ap 'u et to des .. azt rz c. ac.zrs for ,.kin. Co m B:.u.h director, .. r

vise f f rn of Ht..r a n rr. tjn' I. I Captain ull rt' f'r.tf'rtal d hisac.iy. relr h itre L -1.raml \" lorTci's

funds fob the no < r I Iud lot (l bla F IrCullii.. 'If Tampa, JI overdo I Dr. f\ ,rpaths and w fee Mr. '. : (.";' --ol Music I" Fiair Ratesi

i uhtmatfj rrtt ofa a t. MJ DKle inci limn and wtf 4 cad lla Morr.:'with! .emnIn i i.
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1a&** aelerted tbj I t t t POIllla.1 Ir Ilellilidale. trIp J_;; Twelfth Street 43
wbich 'will bel; taesnated{ at to not went II to Cari Florida onf ,
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yet .MiId-.t u i4. ThT1 drant I a cry I "Itoay.i I I the Captnlj'a lau.1a. 'dd bad a very' FILE Sr 1IOLATlS11P. The| L. &TM.' R. R.

One oc*. and lit i .
.r' r left F.aturd'y to I are ma yotlna people ,
ctei young lit ,11' wb, wit |>r< ten It ail'flt f'3d pl! turfS'I'le rot.i .
: 't'-t. car e n St LouIt.l 'I'':in r"Ilhd 3'!" county Interested It: i .j -- '
it cannot jail: 't makd .IdP'*i hit t' i i L'r Hart a Lo, bu10 pleasantlyas'strd
I :. an H.<: horskeel! 'ing .lId tf'nograJh .
I l I her r t.4 Mrs. Flal1lJaa.. In l ir.t-ctae. Excjiir: iin Rues from Jock-.ons'iile to St. Louis and! return
iYF.S.-I I : \p"t. JI returned S.turda.fro a.iL tb hltropoli4 to ,
DEATH OF IRS. J 3EPH .. her dut'rs as iot.te$! at the Everglade I Iuab. i4' :Inc ir{: April 25th; ticket od! ,faif.v.!
1'1 AIj! t.o" t: trip: to Naatau a1Hs It par thle for two of them to '
Th many friedds, In 1)1. I. citygret "JII'1'f'-, lu.-! t-' ea'oniWHI; leave next: Saturday 414055 return limit Ore. 15th. 33.9J return limit 60 Ja ,.
.L 1 1I have a clan .Uhmt' the coat of a : $J .so
to Jean olj the death of Mrs. Joseph for New York. She hat plannedto limit '
I I ; .I:ale dollar For full details of the return tc diva.
Ives, .ral 1r + cari[d aj er hooM, leave today! but was Unable to ..- : 1
D. Booth and J Howell of Fat Excur.iots
aftertiobn Mn. I .r t ..laos see CI" stitch] paje iot this paper. Special Coach ? :$20.95 n>unj trip Return limi' to day .
at OJus last Salnrday ford yeglster.d the I'loneer this cure h state-room on the steamer from .
h M was C4 1MfD jot ago and f woman morulDe. a4 1 JaeksuoTllle I B s AI."TItD.- i I I from djte of. ulc. Tickets sold\ only on May 16th and Ji\t.

K lovely aDd d.ijed rtaracter. I Corresponding low rates from other point.
','j I Tenders are,..u..ted for the delivery I .

Th H. M.body waa aadHra p eparjd skipped1 by undertaker U Sam- I ;8. W. Atkins aid I II Jack Carter, of A pleasant party to spend the day on the beach t at Cape Florida In vldnj j The L i N. Is THE BEST LINE to Si Louis.
King '
Orla-ado. are here today on a buslaes* Ity of Old Town, Sooth Point and i
on the bay yecteiday aDd enjoy a i
ter. S. C, ferterdjiy mpralaiil I accomhosband : rest I I For schedules I< and pleasure trip i j j ji and picnic\ at Soldier Ker was composed wharf of twelve hundred tons native i I w
puled by tile y ana i '' ; write to -
| of Miss Merrier Hiss Talbert. : rock la pieces DOt!under fifty pounds.;
sad daujchter. wk< bas< chi sympathy Mrs H. T. Ferris Is the of her ) '
I MlM Worley Mrs. Goodmaa. and Work |to begin not later than May lit i J. M. FLEMING C. L STONE I
of the entire tom ratty 1 mother and sister :
at Banyan Bluff.
i] Measra. Louis Cole. Ed Rnmph. E. Des and Completed by August lit. ltot.I J IU. Paja Act,208 W. Bad at. jMkaoiTifle. G. p. 4gt. lotJnU
Goroanat Grove
; mond and Collier Tncker. They went Rejection of any and all bids reserved I lby
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though material ta beln( rpcl ed dally )I;. Pnrdy anij H. 8. Hewitt of Daytona I moat enjoyable ouUnx.Mr. I : Coeoaant Grove, Fla. Hotels and famine eaa bay pa.me Pure T.-.I l a'ftm ..J

the taale add f* tory wfll ,not"DEATH begin I are among the op the coast people -I j Tennessee cream at Blacaya' Drug I'I Blacaya' Drug 0aIa1U7. a at

operatloa for sei raN! ffaa\ there la Miami today. I NOTICE I Company. 1U lQ..
I and Ito M. R. Kellum and child ,I I .
la starting snit t enough
no ns* !np The Miami Transfer Company

material has bee {.accumulated to keep I Miss laY Worley.i of Buena Vista ren returned', yesterday morning from hereby; notify all merchants and others I I FOR RENT.-Tvo new, nicely flanlabed I I
Y.fa1llcbt.r with' her Miss a two weeks' ,onttnc at Indian Key and .I '
the plant going.of loads friend. Hahn :were that they win not be responsible for j cottage) Apply to this omen

mangrove bar and! palmetto roou ,guests a tie Pioneer.yesterday. adjacent waters where they :went inquest i any debt or other obligations contracted 20S. I lius SmithBOOKSELLER
bjy bee 1 of tarpon. They are as brown ,
from across the have already la their Barn.

received. I Mr. L. C. Oliver left tits morning for aa berrifa. and although Kellu a says :, IM MIAMI TRANSFER CO. A Splendid Square Piano-tm food r..1 g

Jacksonville! from wheiie* he will go h. Dsheii with the patience of; ob for : pair for sale, very ckeaa. Ura. P. C I I

: OK A LITTLE CHILD.. to l Georgia sad other points ,farther the "SIHer King" that nothing >ut the FOR!( RENT-Two-story cottage Beck.: ,IM K
huh: atx-movUs:olds daughter c r rMr. north. proverbial flshermaa's lack rewarded! bath room complete: op-to-date One .. 'If ?

sad Mrs Fran* Pearsoa, wh* Uv i t 1Yeas. MI efforts IB that line though )be wL i location; furnished or not OFFICES FOR RENT-fiacto or.*...

CIa A.... D, ...>; Fourth 8trtJ .St .otbarf -< W.'Ir.--tNt .'- ralu; >.s MeAlUater-B. ml'Mttt*,

at1ai.Q"" o'clock ystrday I moralag o E. M. Ivey load I R. D. Me r:saga-' BeYCIa St and .Avenue & S20 1-* Twelfth Street Mutt, Fla. MIAMI I LA.

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i '. ( slholarsliip l in the I International Correspondence Schools Absolutely Free! !!i .: ,

I Jecome an Expert Stenogra )her--or--Become a Competent BookkeeperAt I! ,'
.i I: 1. your Own Home and Without the Outlay to You of a Single I Cent !'

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,. The j Meropoli;I'I has arranged' with the International Correspondence Schools, of Scranson, Pa., the leading institution of the kind in this country. for two I

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Scholarships as ,
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I i Course in -keeping and Business Forms, Value $40.00! I j


; I !: A Complete i Course in ''Stenography' Value $40.00 I I

Now, the Metrop ilisi is going to assist .two worthy young people of this vicinity, by putting them in a way to help ;;themselves, and will give these Scholarships

r I : Absolutely Free to the young man and the young lady chosen by its subscribers in the following. : manner j : I I .

> I One Vote Goes I With Each Week's Subscription-

account of subscrip to the Daily Metropolis a ticket will be given you bearing a printed number to correspond with the number of weeks paid.
With' each paym nt made on a ticket numbered 1, counting as one vote two wee s, a ticet containing 2 votes a three months subscription 13 votes, a year'ssubscription

: for. .Thus if'you 32' vote pa?.for These one weekjiyou you can use get in voting for any person you choose, and the young man and young lady having'i the largest number;, of votes on the i :i


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Tickeis will be three series--April. May and June--.and all tickets of the first series must be sent in to 1 be counted on the first day of May

awarded' th| scholarship s.be anon the first dayof June; and the final count and awards will take place on Jnly' ist. When tickets are returned on first of each
.; tickets'of' the seco d series muj fished showing the standinrof each candidatejt that date. All tee news delivered at you,; door for 10 cents a week and a vote in the Vontest.subscribe .

_'{ !month a statement will be office'pu and get your tickets, or notify one of our carriers and he will biing you the paper and tickets. Or drop us a card a messingej rill cal:
: Free. Call at the bupiqes's I

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f I POLITICAL CH'T'I"'J The promulgator answer U of plain.the same It U are becaune not---tie j-p.-p.lemmrrllzed. -' A*I** .

decla ithijt ."-High Springs Hornet, Bush & Safford
A fred, '

";i:l' Got fet ernor a aid rebate Jennings Stockton flUNtJoa.could cards: ands give andlspaikp* tjipn! Tallaj-wl I approaching One without of the primary few opposition candidate who will and be withoutpuention. In nominated tie Sal Z eyreasatcluesStetm.: i i IBCIM punted.' '&*y. I II : (Clubbing) Rates. f

This mar .oui e lilt :Exxxers-szx
. thq' ganje. U the' present Congressmanfrom I I
e.. people. but w!kre la- I Other HI eh Grade Pianos '
edam t< worn Third district General Lamar "' ,n
elided to ..kin that the I [uemsittom est.- la thej U hare benefit of that nnwrft-' { t Pianos from $235 up. Cash or ; 1

lake wu In sober that our Sena ning and Repairing. A The of Dade
TaliahasseeanlJ I II iI ten law 'rhlch provides people County will want all the news
k Daily aT' lon and representatnves shall bare:at i used pianos. Open e\'enin; | : this year as it is to be an interesting one because.

F Nothing J I I la-i 'lore lastnctiT*! hanG:, least t..J terms In which to demonstrate I I I .of the elections.Jational ,
c cococ oooc ooc c coc<)ec<
i ntwenre! the manner In why :h JfD- their DtneM for a seat la I Congrjns. i I
f, alag and Surkton InstractlV rely And this /Is not only Just, but' ra \
u what U sometimes eontemi tuouslyThe ; ;' [ State and County
his c
on tional. So" man-we care not whi it ; ,
bat" e. I
described aa tfc e -wool lO
f of f'toridal.II)
farmers -- -- --
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till IOm what Ambiguous hope to accomplish much durn| 5 !
appreciate Talla-- I In Congress. Heean.,at i I :i
Ops.eyed.-Datl# first term
t.. compliment aaaeiaa." '', 1' I I I the most, do little more than liT bU I The Metropolis I
r- e I I'I J I bearing and arrive at a realizing; I:
( la the generalscheme i Pioneer'RATES I tias perfected whereby it !! offer
Tb4 organlxatlon of a |P ijHr tub sense of his proper place arrangements can
tr by i toe JOIld'Demorrata of :I1(tj>ia city of things. And It I* to be obI -' : such attractive rates for various newspapersthat
\V were jt formedlast erred that the bent work accomplish-1 : there should be for
1. betel taI> of. |f I ) no excuse people remlaminjj -
tf night thai In all probabini a fall ,ed by our representatlTcs In '\Va hlc:- : in ignorance as to the happenings of
would ;bot 1 u.a in a(fe. 1ay'a and a 'ton, bu generally been done, I not In i I Hotel: C the year. |
!f- atrongi flub! ch aniz 44-! Tl1fOrr Is BO their Bret, but In the tubnequent terms
but teat this laj'a! mighty 1004f.t corded them by their constituents. -- :- =t7=- -------0-=- i
creale)enuiTlu. anqj;keep ,lt I I In view of all this--In view of the I i I
] 1 allahao- 'I that this precedent was long since Cart onUt.' I 8
s4 j'otter It li treated.-DM fact The 'l artuglat&i! RATES.The .
.eeL i I I Ij .UbUllhed-ll I.. to say the least.somewhat "Off. Punch" hai UiscoTerrd the i
j !. ;* curious that some of those! fact that the only place* where the i
U f d/dat.es/ l lobo are on uetli vhowe' friends hare been benefited lathe I Cartoonist and caricaturist are safe '
niOM their cia opaip >y : fine past and who hope to benefit lathe ire 'r.-st Britain and the Cnited Daily Metropolis
gj I moat ot I i ; One Year
a.d trying o < rlfk future by these conditions. are now I In Krani-e, he; poe,on to and
oUnd. barroom tats. are
.Ut'wUl( 4 1' the loudest In their demands that Senator !, e wrtooni is likelrito b*
:.a u the when.'the lI<'UOrt'\yokes ore |jcoukted.. Taliaferro shall not be accordedthe :i, hayccaged to a duel In Germanythen' COlI Daily Times-Union $10.00
fooled .
Ian about leze >
gei the votes of a few -h! customary courtesy of a second +re majetT. I
Tbey may The Turkish caricttdrist, if there u
,L '-b...." by this'plsa| of rlmpalgn, term. << such livrd' the the Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
element of dUaensj who Do these unworthy spirits Imagine |my being on average j I
blat the better
/ be'eouBfetf of Florida--thst the One week after taking up the profesion. )
are In" thej great aloe tr may ( that the people In China the funmaker is | I j Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times-
... seal of emphatic of the Third Congressional district at I
l the 'r"pl 1
upon to. a
the Union
;oi the barroom -bare no m..or..lbat they catneither liable to dUmemlwrment, orcajon The ; t *2.oo
coaaemnatioa ., .. being made a |>ublie holiday j I
-candidate.' I This Is just a frl, ndljr .Upif reflect, reason nor remember.Do with firework: .* is th.- .Ten:.: With Atlanta Journal twice a Week 12.25
out to 3 they for a moment suppose that :.J :
. tb. rlbaD Is throwing I With Weekly Palm Beach: News 2.00
U th candidates. aoi} before he p b\l" they will not contend that the same SF\SAT4N.
who!){lIul\\ vlf Inl tb poll \teal logic that I. to give General Lamar another I I A GREAT r u _
TtaaUoa de-
om k a term in Congress
.aI Dooz' la fc-Tamp, )| TrlbuntlF ;mur or question, should hare the same There was a big sensation in LeesTllle A I Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
.. .- 1S effect lna Senator Tallaferro's case! Ind. wheel W. H.; Brown of that llow. can take advantage of these offers and cash
.Tkiw ..... 0 hare' been agred, i reo ,i Do they mippooe. that if. by some place who was ez]>ec ed to die, bad : in advance must accompany all ,orders for
.JiL, Ja the -Ptint boom' e ery chance. this looKrectabllshed, precedent his life saved by Dr. $ing't New Div I Uy these combinations. '
1.-;betel Judge Parkef -'l-' be broken, for the take of breakIng covery for Consumption. Be writes: I t,.... ;i, l
Jowl 1 The.truth of th' IlJ.be aeu down the Junior Senator at what "I endued insufferable agonies from ,, ADDRESS
la. U I that aloe-toatb i of should"be the beginning of his public Asthma, but your New Discovery\ gave" ,-. i r
tu Par 4 or or career they and their will not In n>. immediate relief and soon therts 1 bad
thatl, are crjing '
ita/+t'know not wB t.I ,preing. ejry.K turn be made to feel the effect of an tifter effected a complete core." Slmll to ; '
.,. They .rem'7 -0 14 rt all In- tnnoTatkm which. If made at all. will'l enres 'of eonmUption.\ pneumonia first I Miami Metropolis.t
.t. JetllgwM* and dadd. with t lnvesUft be made for no other purpose than to 11"tOdlitla' and reemedy are numenmi.It's .
. to- k PPort oJ e or! the other strike' down w pabllc servant who baa I the peerless for all throat +
ttf,b l bid every eaVt to ) In some respects at least, provedhimself |,l i"'ad long fonblea. Price $lie and $1.00.guaranteed *
J ; Parkk ...: olB to. bet"eHp to be far above the average h by all druggtata. Trialbottle J
_: Some mar aik H i sat to merit more consideration: and!| free $ I Ir

-Wky. baa tile Hearst. ooa Tfaf"#''e-r." lew.' oppoaltlom, !-Dally Tafakaeeeas. :'I II Ind. .'.' JI I "" .I.4J _. .._, i all ,


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Florida Coast Ry. i treasurer. I";. the discretion of the' s
!, All Whom It May Concern: 'I .. All Whom It May Concern:
board of
directors, may b filled by trade Mark \ : 1

LOCAL TIME CAR 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1904 1 NoUc la hereby given that the undersigned one and the flame person. Tin name Notice hereby given that the undersigned ': :1 I : : I

intend to apply to his Ex- of the officers and directors who are : Intend to apply to the Honorable '

NRTRNYiR-1110 tow. OITHtOVNa
senor of the State of 'Florida; for Let- Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial] I
M N Mw tt0 *.p Map rrtTKwt.M H..M Na Ts .74 N..p until chose elected at the first
) Deil/ Bally.Biuuri. ttalif. *.4:. i..ly. D.lly. ( DUijlir. 1r ily. D.4. I tern Patent on the proposed charter 1,election shall} be qualified are Thomas Circuit of Florida within and for Dad I $ Guarantee a a J

.... iJ *'* Jaaonv Art 4&I S4'$ I i9 |> ....... t hereto annexed: Co UC&D. Edward county, for said J ge's approval ol r Written
........ MI** .v J'k..s.'. Le a 1f e kresldent $ Contract'
...... 117, 1t I ia4 e ..LAuf..aun. jMal 7ria 1N IMp .. i i, This 24th day of Febna."., A. D. 1904 first vice-president, ; John F. Olive tbe proposed Charter hereto annexed,
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a ItIS U *tinir* 4. 444* EDWARD : the of
t .: *- .I..i 1131 BURKE second upon Monday, 18th day April f
1MB U I K. ** > Ills IttpTllp vice-president; S L. Pait-Tbon, You
JOHN F. I II A. D. 1WI at TItusvllle. Florida are .* iftd orHe I'' ,
10 a i. u atUP e.4a Ar. rala'l v Lt ZThT.7; 4 lip 400 ....... ( i secretary an 1144! eu. Lr.r.lataLAr ... I.7u a lUpI 1 >a { I I THOMAS COST( ANN. Costigaa. Edward Burke!, John F OlIve Dated this 10th day of March A. D $ .4I SHe :
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.. W. W. ERWII \ 1:>4. s .
"' T .I Are.I aten L. 4 I' W W. Erwin, and S U Patterson
iris i T putt you oo top
TU w.Leb.c >V.teoA TK. N. TUSirH

.. .. r.. Lr. Keo e..L. .... ....... .... I! S. L. PATTERSON.CHARTER. ,IlIb.U uoastlmii the bo..a,1 of directors C.T. L.M. F. ROBINSON. I by telling you it the i -
.. 4-. 85ii f. .1 .n Bunnrti . .. .. I The orc..izatloa1 first annual' LEONARD bottom.
C, p Dup*nt. ... /i t.... .. |' J. F. OLIVE. ]
1133 >> 110 H P t4Ta .T Ormild t r 4. SM. I7 I tip .. .... meeting tf tl.- stotkhoi: HM shall be $. c.. fuppfy anti i/ *. SS "
....w U44|> Oil t P 1< MUM Port Ii.ytnaa.O-anff*... 1 U* 4 N. i !1 4 lip ...... i I The) undersigned person Thomas | held on the first Monday In April. A. I E. A. HART. I .ie.obuy or not four property you S

MIT tupIT U p *e > w bo y r"fin I4JH 4.0, s OS S U ...... Coctlgan. Edward Burke John F. Olive D. 1904. In the city of Miami. Florida: CillS. II CARTHS1DE.CHARTER. H:. office ;s yours rtgtrAag fact ]
,... ....... .Oak .. .. ... 1 43 .. Paterson S el this .
... 114 II/P W'MPR5 %Tln.atuie... $ asa C2 IMpIMp ..... W W. Erwin and S. L. ,' the principal place of business rrfI county.C. .
-- ... .. .. 1 I-p .... .. .. O .e>.il..... ..... hereby aasoc)ate themselves I C.rJMId.u i
Cf 4 1p R ekl dr. .. 4.... -IBS'ii together j I acid company, at the office of Graham I II I I
-.... ttp j : Eatt Gaill*. imp !! } 4P :': I for the purpooe of becoming Incorporated The undersigned persons C. L. F." .1. A. .'J
MpHI MP Mlt me Uciifl I4 pUMp I Patterson Erwin; and there- WADDELI
.. Jt.b. tt.b... ll 4nl4 .. ...... under the laws of the State of I! Koblnson. T. M Leonard J. F. Olive,
.L! .r At. Lactic.ft .. I ... -. 41J T CJ 1 I o Pt. y tOrJ{ w>: 1.44. .. Florida. I of each and every year. S 1.u11eatNr. AI tIC,.
..4 .. ;Tbn.i.. / 03l 41 U .... I hereby associate themselves together I
I p .. ... Edr4 .. 1 tll-l *' (4S1 .... .... | The following la the proposed charter The officer and board of directors' I $ Office First Nit. Pall .1liJSi FU.
.. ... "". ion ....... .. for the Intend corporation: for the purpose of becoming !Incorporated
iip of said corporation shall be elected at I $
.. .. --, u .... Hob., ("rt*nd.. I C9p< ... tu art ., .... .... I j Article One. The !name of the cor- annuM under chapter 4898 of{ the Acts I 1 N11wNN1" "" ''qN11HN' : -1 1i
:. JuiltterW 741 p'' i PUta the first ; meeting of the stock.I -
of A. b of the Law of Florida '
4 G* is w CI p $301 rain B -h.PmJml 13 t 10 13 p s Hi* 1d ii. 100 i I poratlon shall be the Dade County holders anti each annual meeJnqof 1901. i
IB* at C 3 43 p 4401 B.a. *.. 7 CO p O 23 p w le M O5 P I at I II The following !la the proposed charter I TWO 13 BETTER ;
....... ..t.. lEoXntdB.lL ... s C7 p TI5 I I7 PIsle Title Insurance and Trust Company, the stockholders thereafter or If In THAN OHtHere's
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.*. l./r.y/ 001p. t6 I11p with principal offices Miami Dade for the Intended society and club: ,
WH* -.L.. 30 H p ..-.. l.Mrrra lr 1 04 P d a0 438i I at I any year no regular annual meetingfor a pointer fur the METaoroLttreaders :
11 It* 4- } ?sllan.la ... 4111> e. ...... 417, County. Florida Article 1' Tho name of the society Too .
1o41p tp' want
tin } m t. CUT .. any arise be held they ahall sate mossy
ii I A OD 11 .0 40 A? Mmmi] 1 4 111 pi TJ48P $ r fs: Iii Article Two. The general nature of 1- and club si an be Miami Gun Club, ana we know how to help )'ou. WI .
the buslneak to be transacted ahaJl be i elected at Che next meeting of stockholders Kith princi;>aj ollll'e.t Miami, Dad can flx it *o you pay a little more the _
I Trains dd 14 slop all Matli*!vlxra tla>* Ii w : now*. I thereafter called for that pur- : 'Flo IdLArticle for price of, one paper and get tbe two
tbe Insuring the owners ot real estate pose. I J county. you want. The price vt the Daily
Jaeksonvlll. and and others Interested r The general nature of the, Times-Colon and tliixen ha .
Condemn***! 8ebedtil41 Botvoen 8t Aurostlii mortgagees Article Six. The highest amount orlndebtedncs recently
,I object of the corporation society and reduced to the following price '

1 IACKWNYIUIft N. 13- Na + s..lH *.ist.n.' 4Sl -Ih: ''I't|( ri". as+ tN.a34 holy In real estate aa owncis Incum- whirl, ( this company may club shall be the development I..n month.. .. . . .. f IM
ST. aUCVSTWI D tly .l T L.1:, I l.c+ly i'INtr JIlnTiUI'1'* '+alr brancers, or otherwise against loss by anti perfection j
at any time subject Itself Is one-half month!. . . . j 04
Dv.JkMTin TMaHa w H Td s 11 U pHip IMp Iltp MP IMp 016 j O 1S p reason of lieD,. Incumbrancea or de- I of the amount bf its then fully paid of skill on the part of the ,lab'members .. I One year. :. . . '..'..". I M 1 j
r.AM .AacvulM.. tl a11f4. i IMP is. OOp Up tlplM fecttvi titles; the loaning and Investing In. capital stock j in the art of wing and! trapshoo'Jng We propose to teen! you both ths I

tT52'k* u* t 30tN.. of securities Its > and also the entertainmentof Daily and Sunday Tiroes-Union an*
Na p} as I2+ .44 ,4dr.s. let Na 7N money upon upon
Article Seven. The
t .f I I name and Tea. Citizen and
IMI7 y the }
Deli, I SWUf I IfeliJ ax t.a ( ez s.. ""'' Ru 'lo"7 ""'r Imlly and trustee club of similar kind and of mem SCiraorous for: I
account aa agent
own or Idences of ,the Incorporate of th:. Six month. ... ISM I
t.v.RAtgu.aa..j ( SaltMaTMaaval 11 .. 11 t0 00 alao101ap104ap 1 I for other,persons;.the acquiring holding hers of such club in friendly contests One year"p a M I n
.. a tMal a 4l Ills piiap n. 60 7 l a IMP J44)i ( company and the amount of capital
A* JaekMTlll | ) | p .using leasing. Improving and 41sI of skill In wing and trap shooting; and We will send you the Seail.'weekrt
j stock subscribed for each .
by are ai
I TI-rl"DloD and Citizen and U ,
_i ToUoviac Ar Throngb FnHinad Train t I!, posing of property, real and personal | follows: Thomas Costigan. New York also the giving of prizes to person II amorous : *

.IT w __EASTERN l'i.' 1..k TMMf..eI n...le.Sp.. 4 I .Na 'I ad t-c wtTM III......TMIMl a FI"n_ ap.et.! i the accepting and executing of trusts City, one hundred and foar (1041 ( and competing In contests of skill at wing Six month* for ...... .. .. .? t I" I:
...." ...,.__.....l Pmlm L<.I I tilL n.... 12-11>......ndLI,ond. LUoI'.r >I pursuant to orders, judgment and share; Edward Burke, New York City trap shooting. One year . . .1. . .. I Of
_45.e444-a..e.. << Ptertda Um/red tilL H.nd ao-T'r il'ediiiilimii'T j decree of court of record and by I Article 3. All members of this club \
I hundred and three share Thus for 14 Teats more toad
one (103) till
..Tbw if Can and. ten Till ... ..... ;
wI.are -' milnun f i r. ret hall be gentlemen of at least twentyone -
+Dy sssbr.p.rss.i.. tbw t.sta... which no*&&ra.. .... fa.la aIaarp4. virtue of devises and:bequests; acting John F. Olive New York City one price of the daily, you jret two paper.
attorue-ID- .d. yean of age and shall be admitted and fur Ofty cent more than the rot
.as agent executor
1- UTTO ID BBMJfOH. I OiAH 'CITY BRAIEC13t.or.rN.t. t I hundred and three (103) shares; W. : to membership said club by a majority ul.r price of the Mrraorous, y" get I
I trustee assignee W. Erwln. Miami Fla. seventy-five the Semi-Weekly Time,.Union and ,
I II 71 4.11 T rtos I k .t H.4 for the benefit of creditor, rei i' vote of the Executive Committeeof Citizen and toe Farmer and
1 ll.lly I Dally l tally ((75) snare, and S. L. Patterson Ml-1 i this club. Grower.

T w .L, ._ ., iatwin:._.. Ar' 11 top Bp lol.s'Lv. t. Smirna..ArI1 TO p :I I eelver or guardian; and owning and >I ami Fla, one hundred and fifteen Send your ubscriptiqn to Chafe "
0 N L.......... JO.' ... ..Ar l 11 L tip I4.T Ivk'Hel** Ar operating abstract bOOn covering la..d Article 4. The term for which this in advance us.
a .lke. *I..rprlaal A ll M LSD 1* r* l/ Oranr City.Ar Jliznn"i.'i.T N (115) share. club always at these price*.
is exist .
to I
aft A .. .....- +..f.+rdf4...I.T.'LTl 1* t ZOll .CltyJa..L*, i/00 p titles In Dade County. Florida. and I THOMAS COSTIGAN, (Seal i' twenty-fire years.i THI If'rraorou..
Article S. The
i name residence I Miami FitiiCooley&Homer
I the making and selling of abstracts or
1.11 as.17 JtATPOKTBHASCH. 0.. MIMP 1 : I II EDWARD BURKE, (Seal) ,I'' of the subscriber are u follow:
searches of therefrom.
taarf*] pall! Dall,. jtltle JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal > T. M. -..-
ly. I N.L.al I Article Tljres. The amount of the I II Leonard residing at Rouse'sPoint I
I l W. W. ERWINSeal) |
4UplrJUplr. .. .. its capital stocl: shall be Fifty thousand
11 N s i ....*- .... J. iwi..ws....F .. ... itCtDEXTAL e H* 'I I 8 L. PATTERSON. (Seal) Charles H. Garthslde. residing at
..I sb ...... Lii TM* dollars ($50 000.00), divided Into fire I t
S inpi N.... .. *-irr t J. : 1 T 44* lili l II m ---- ''I j Miami .'!L )
M' lUptr,. : 1 .. 7t-- ... :..: :. 1 Ta s hundred ..hof the par vaiue of I STATE OF FLORIDA. [
i E. A. Hart, residing at Rhode Island .
: One hundred dollar ($100.00) eiub. COUNTY OF DADEi .
PENINSULAR STEAMSHIP I I J. F. Olive, New York. TieReilEstitenJRtiulAeeitsList
IMO 01 CONNIIT CTIONS ATMIAMI. which shall be payable at the option residing M
On this day personally appeared before I C. L. F. Robinson residing at Newport I -- II
.tang eoHMEcnoa kuotHAVANA BIABI WITH rreBMiir or TNC r, 4 o. a. S. eonf AMT POs of the corporation In cash or prn J--t"1 me Thomas Costigan, Edward '
real personal a Just rjlcatlon i R. I. Your PrOfert)!With Tki.A .
or at ,
KEY WEST AND NASSAUIU.1I Burke John F. Olive W. W. EnrlnJ Article C. The business of this. nor i iI
to be fixed by the Board of Vlreoton I' t
and S. L. Patterson, to me well knownI shall be i
poration conducted
Tka* ..TaklMlM>vthi> /I M at Which train* ir b..a .. t.d to arrt *addeprlwr 'of this company at a meeting ca:led as the persona described In and who': an I fine piece of bay front property f
raai !*.**v.rl a *ctoa*. lot ode rMTl ni tepnre at tb. tlni4WMrte ststed L eat jil A.anuacUwra. for that purpose.Article !' Executive Committee of five members with riparian nibuj within few
Ie Ooepaay add ItwltrtepoMiWto nf dIyor aareoewge.aoa subscribed their names to the foregoing -a president a vice-president I I minutes walk of the bu.inesscegie r

Four. This corporation shall : article of Incorporation as and I ot Miami, being !5O feet on bay a d4tiO .

i .For Copy at the LOCAL 'TIME' CARD or Otb.i| Iafo..uo.1 : i continue and bare full power to exer- j for article: of Incorporation of the ', of secretary npcretary and and treasurer.treasurer The hall.office be I bearing(slit tree deep,on batinr IC.L, This a lot I.of a fla fine.

BEE THE' TICKET AGENT] I I I. else and operate I.orporate' franchisee Dade County Title Insurance and fi.led: by one and the same person. place' for a winter hrnrp. '

I privileges power and '-nmjnltles Trust Company, and did severally acknowledge '
8. Di. 8AB>FSlR. ..... O... Fu Agrat. ST. ;. PtA.r I for the of ?> The name of the officer and members !
AFOtTSTI1O term nlnety-nta ( )
that they executed the same 328 T elfti
Street ilutr
t ;I of the Executive Committee who Bltxk.No i
,pal. from and after I I the commencement for the purpose and uses therein expressed 'II MIAMI .'LA. I
to conduct toe Dullness
I are of the corporation I I
: of its corporate existence: I
I I until those elected at tile first -.
: Article Five. The business cT (Li. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I han
.8J' lection shall be
[ qualified are: C L. F
:-F I! E4VY \ company shall be condav.tuJ by aboard hereunto set my hand and official seal Robinson president; Cbaa. H. Garth I \White\ Eagle BJrtfr Shor.. r

... ... thA"- <-n it Carriage 11 of five (S) Directors, a pie-iilerl; this 29th day of February A. side, vice-president; J. F. Olive secretary
.. B. HavenI
I" t I j, II \i' I i Bra n pairing r and Solderlnj{ first "1 ..prPllde: t. second vice.pmt') I' D. 1904. | and treasurer and E. A. Hart, T. II Four Chairs. Waiti'if.. 1

l' > Firi>t-Claaa.I dent secretary and treasurer, and any (Seal) J. W. HORNER. \ Leonard the Executive Committee Best Son ice in the City;
t -I.f I : r I GU.1nt.o't'd. other such officer:sagenta, or employe I|' Notary Public In and for .,if said club. I A. COLBY. !Proprietor. .J

I Ir from t.o time be .....llted did the State of Florida Large. I
IShOp'i i acai it.A..Te i! u.e D.. as may lima at The organization and first annual i 3O2 Twelfth.:'lmt. '

i I meeting of the members of this club | I

I r I '; ball! be held on the first Monday, In '
: M J ( .January A. D. 1905. In thf city of Clubbing :

Miami. Florida at the Seminole Club,

: 3OARDI I t SANITARY 1 + and thereafter on the first Monday In ; 0 Rates. >
j [ 'antiary of each and every year.
fI Article 7. The of this You can save I
I, I t I !' By-Lava cor- money by subscribing
t I + .LrIBEHS'{ 1 '-oration are to be made, fettered or re- I for the
t \ii L n Railway ; 1 i ,Inded by a two-thirds vote of the .
II want
", i' (: 4. members of this cOrporation In good you through I
I .landing at the tlnj. of '
the passage of
.IC FIOR Cleveland ard Eicjcle lgritl t W The
my by-law i iI ,.

'.LindKot "wlictU I Article 8. The highest amount of In-
Savanaili. Col rah) C.itnJenf( SuUtliern'' Pines. '
,, [or ule or 'viti2l lebtedness or liability to which this Metropolis.

Raleigh Ilich '1J. J. ,'y.i-.ttinton, Baltimore .
orporitlon shall at any time subject
I lii! Street Ilia!
; Ij I : PIi I ,
New Yorii.Three We
Philiidelphia.; I If" tnef: shall never be
f"" ;' i I thirds of tbe value of the property 'of j DailyTimes-Unionand
Elegant Trains Daily. .

S3afd, -'4 -l York Li.V1. ; tea: I McNeill & Co. I be Article corporation.9. The amount la value of the I j Daily Metropolis for

Seaboard: Express, : Seaboard Mail I .cal estate In fee simple or any leate- I f f o.oo a year, or both

I I ian I I hold estate which the corporation may for six months] fort .

i \lod ''uln! ;I ji Kquipment.bllJjtr: Livery Feed and, Sale. Stable12th old subject always to the approval $>.Oo. I !

>f the Circuit Judge shall not be over
101....... J-. frt |.1"1 r-d .. ... .. ,. ; '
.I'M..oI Itu1' q .. .. 'es-ro. $ -..il ml O'.-. -01 al a'u Jl ear.np-I 'IT of r.t..d-rile r lI.ao Street. Wot of U ilrohd.'e he sum of' $!.S//I. I'

I', 11b4.41.. .e4 I ,..,41.. vwtt. m,* W*hl"..t.. i, Iravl ti? si. 'Ulroatlll..IlI" H. .. C L. F. RQBINSON
%.4 Jea_ for ladies The
I", t' ', broke too jrjde! and drive I T. M LEONARD.

; Only line I J pertangl, daily )]>|hrough> : : slt-eptrrs fninonifillf =; Good Comfortable Carriages J E.. F.A.OLIVE HART., Daily Metropolis

; lack>| to New Orlelia4.I ;
'I First class Teams, and ano I II I

< 1 ij: I I Reliable White Drivers."Florida STATE OF FLORIDA, : Semi: Weekly .

For full i infer ..t Oft and 4 per reservations C ill on any agent of UM COUNTY OF DADE:

or write -. --- --_ I On this day personally appeared before Tones Lniori
Setf.rd. ;
e ey"I'e'r' .' #" .. . .er'4-e'4' '
re "II"
I ""e'sa'"Mi 3!"'f 0d me C.. L. F. Robinson. )(. Leon

A. o. MCDONNELL SSL GtII. e. &&lactsonJiJIe, ria. ard. J. F. Olive, E.: A. Hart and Chaa $5.50 a
THE i gear

; S.C., BOYLsJrON 1 Jr.. Pass.; Art.w Pastime t'l loC.sstrial Record :'1 jeraooa H. Garthslde described to me tar well and known who aa sub-the Weekly Metropolis1 and semIWeekly

I 1 I.f! Pubtittuof Cot bribed their Dam.* to sad executed Times-lJnion both .
I I ; I 11 I. tar, ie.i U.. .." >catMj. W a Ixaatitalu iilu.t rated family ? he foregoing articles: of Incorporation one year. S2.OO. i iI
I ...,.....0If Plateau L..a".ce**4 Rarreat..a. It will bquappt., :.lttr.cfllenaim*. T. ia and for articles Incorporation ofhe
,... a dull tat. .. N. Edi.4: by a 0If c-potee. .04 Half
LTER s. ) JAI K. JACIt50'C. Ja i S L tu.epicture. I
+ clAHAr PATTERSO.Rn. ... ..... Miami Qua
bas4.ee..e.fb ufn.e f. each H..\_ltrraMia( la J .... 1 ....idea ... ....
k ear' sod T r.asf It .bo.ld -- ainrw, ,--r 1LOQa ,in. The .
I' I SPF IAL-TM KKM* C_,.., npecu lo Man Ibis I.csti.s mitt a koaa-td ,. that they executed the Pompano Inn
I .."-criptloa ti)tot 0If MkiMrM1 tk Mii4. T. At ibis tie .......i.. MtnnnlicarTliaiMa for the ,
.... __ lame parporea and mea therein
Ie fora d llaw rillUkKak below *4 m4 to 1..ri.1 R.an.d
"J- i' O J""ar-rtllo. Fla.with .c..la flee sad jam will.. aiHrra for__amr jnf..b xpressed.In h -
Dade! Cot (O. ..ript- ra. I M w4k.1 ... .,n. I McCoaA. Proprietor, :
i i iSrWCLL ?obstraet/: a eery __a. b.y .e ..rt. wb.alt., 1.1 15-.cat-. a". _....) I Witnesa Whereof. have aereuato >
able pmnicalarWrii'Uiaanat' will twiavkr Pomptoa FlorU '.
.ail Waaufal I set my band and official Mal tab
.. .WlaWy IHWvapk .
Jar' .
l' I I' r ,: i '
.b cad
.lruTt. w wrt.ee
: ] I II I ...._Iy-..._ PLe4de..sea.w.nb 4 seventeenth day of March A. D. M04.U -
BbLDI# I ;Ia ---. Writ*t..dayindustrial .,...,... I A Accommodation<< ;;
> . I.
; !i I t Record: CompanyNMMMMMMIMMI Notary Public Notary Public.Seal 001,. Produce borers and ao-

J.ckrsoaviliet fla., :: licitora will find that they a>
+I COYer more ia
0.r.i.bM ___ a.j Jwrttara4 Abaeaea wl0..reb..N. "'--JiI1Y"*.. land 1.t My OocaBlatdom EzptrM 1..11. from here territory a dad
c..tJ. w.. .... :...- t 0a.as N atI .... h 4d Dedc C..a. -.. DOL than from any -theb> &

t I I {, . .... a.N4 ..'.. .. .. .i.. .*. .> Hf ....bl1 pxatoatbcliae.f .

.J.' '' JjIi1k; I l J[ J t I. r I, -. r, 1- tt. J

to:. j ., .JdL -i .... ..i

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GENERAL!BANKING' fort D National!i r Dank. SAVING frMfNT f i iC iI


I IT.r? $100.000.00 I

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i' I i ii I 1 I The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks r"for a report of their ',!; t

: 'i ''I condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condition : J

i i i of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued' increasein : i

strength and business.' I i> I I I .


I' ., Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fart| Dallas National .

: i Bank-at the close of business March 28th, 1904. t

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.. j II '; i As se"ts. .Liabilities.I I I I '

} I Loans and, Discounts . . . $163,955 Capital Stock . . . .. . .$100.00003 i
j (
t I., ::1 I a, I i . 25018 . . . . . 2.OOOOD I
I Surplus..t.
i ., 25.00000 . . . . . 1 1.569'I I I I
I "
r- I L ,''I ; Premiumpnthesame..r.] j "!j I. .. 1.43750 National I Bank notes outstanding. . 25.000 o> .'

'I'' i Ii'" I I DadeCountynonds. . L, . . l:.i 5.00000 Deposits . . .. . . . . 262.070, I, !

t. Banking House , , 4 : 4'.214 13 I j
U. S. Bonds I owned . .$56,625 I 00 I 'i

I I Due from Merchants National "

t Bank ot f'f ew york. . : 19.15988. I i' "

I ; I J : Due from National Bank of :' : I. f' .

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...: i I : I change Bonk of Jacksonville 7,336 13 I I I. J I
i 1 Due from Trust Companies 0''I I j
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I I : j New York '1. 7,500 '
j I. i :, Due from State Banks and j'I !j I
tio.. I 'I Bankers . . . .. 10,24908pue I I 1 I I I, I I I I II .

r : : from U. S. Treasurer. .. t,2500I: : : :

& I I .i Cash on hand in' vault. . 33.26385 153.78360 I '
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r. I f j. $390,640 65 :: $390.640 65

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-- ;- PERSON!I. I ICapUIn

t \ I i HOTEL ARRIVALS. j NEWS ON THE BAY. jjarcKNacattKKKaiNX jj I W. H.: Gregg. be :noted authority -| i immmmmm"m1tT1m"'mmmmmmmmmm

i oa fish and Bs1i lore. who .- l
spends his seasons here' bu4 who has I J Jbeen ::::; I :::: [
: The yacht Sapphire Captain Brura- I I
: BAYvIEW'-} the of
at Titusville since closing == ::::
August returned last night from a fOur I ,. .
Eo JL- M SL e; c. A.1 held! i:the Royal Palm left that place yesterday -
to Largo with i cargo ] ::::
Curr., trip Key
I HutI F. )t kam. ,ceo. I" for bibs home In St. LuiS and an- '
Welch clth$ of or mar ton of liD< coral. j I == I
Plm II [ Ull will be No .
West ; T.1. rest! wason his address r ::;e' .L--
f t E.ffiRb ,1f f ; I among which artj species of tin er leaf. : 3013 Pine Street. r w :::: .
r I I ::..:-.J i row.. brain andj I bunch coraL 1'he collection i, ,,I _____ -C ---

" r I i Is among1 the finest evrr seen i Mr. A. R. Cladwin. the veteran fl berman -- :-::: : ,
Cute; Will. IL cia- here and Is quite valuable Captain ;, left yesterday for Tlt..YmeI. = r i
't' PION1 ey; .f arten. )(1ir. I I Bnmfleld will ,have It for sal< at the |I.here he'will make slay of several === 3
nder. ( uuer, In. Ro>.l Palm doek| Captain A. I. Baker i weeks before proceeding north. )Jr. :-::: 1
., W eat; w.lA.! Battw acted a* pilot oa the trip which was i Gladain'a: many frieijds wish him a I E :::: ,; .. ,
Jaekaoavtlik J I ,' : i iBISCA ,: pleasant ak well a* Interesting I and ,1 pleasant doourn] la the north and will' :::::::: t''.

.1Eo. proO table. be pleased 19 greet him again. next =- -- I .'
.I *
ert.ii.. 1 I fall.
c.:TN&JJL l Coooa- I Captaiq Brumfie'ld' will leave for Sa- CONFIDENTIAL = S :
%t ; vannah the latter part of the week' Mr. T. N. Gautier has been confined
vet ,
.. ij HC" f', lth his yacht 'Sapphire where the I II to his home for the past two week. ::
D. ; I :: Coardeuti.r'r
Please ,
$. G. "1U 1 t e run durag the summer as apartyl asd was able to! be down town for the __ co s der this Strietl :
wood ) ; 11r. I ,
Br .J.rNew.oMULiI edtWtL/I I / I ) boat Captain Chas. Malloy, of 'fifst time today As a eoraequence of :'
ti. I the! launch Mystery with Mrs."Mailer.j his Indisposition he was unable to visit : |i We Guarantee Our Clothes.' _| I I j jI
)lr. Erie ball; grin pal, the bebliCeclaool : win go with them oa 'the trip. Th I I the various precincts aad meet the |:
at Cocoanut ron, bas ,early Sapphire will return : here next fall I : voters as he purposed doing, but from I: 1 I i I Snnnmrnmimnininniinnnnimu
comp! td laJ! arrall me to far LI.eete4lamest and. re-entered In the fishing bueinem> now until election 1 be hopes to be able :
nt r I to around' in the Interests of his =
'to be Y8 Frrltyeveaing 5.5 I get j: ::::
APfil 22nd. I the puegkeep-< !I The auxiliary/ yacht ::Jupiter. Ca +ti n I candidacy := /1t t6 i -
? .== want say a few words to you and we wish to 5
'en' chub Houae e ROIlS has gone to Foey Rock toda ,. -- 1 ..
tak''KJ'Mt interest I the Idreugf.ng I with a''party of visitor I i J. P. Sawtelle has I just received a :::: consider them "STRICTLY Cu\Fa>EVnAL," for we do =3
and under I1r. Hail'f able e letter from his sister, Mrs E. A. Ruse !'I.I. : not wish to injure the feelings of our competitors. W lat we =2 .
the eatertaJ.nment 'will be I* I Captain James (.ant... one of thI sell! dated at Athens. Greece March : I
fyery Waf. beat ksown and most Successful coast %1. Services were held that mornAig: ::: I wish to say# is this. I ::

exercises Friday eY Il1c I Ine ate thclosing I pilots on the south Atlantic came on Mar's Hill where St. Paul addressed :: t'TIiE St'REST 1VAV"of being satisfied with )'or suit 3

ones of tbej..bool as tht down this morning from Jacksonville the people of Athens so many rentu- :: and is
worth it
r far I .:: I getting your money's to buy here, Wedon't 3ded
Cocoanut team Rd $ is.Mr. for the purpose otj taking to that port I nee ago. Mrs. Russell Is on b<* way .
Grore Of Myers/whlrh to Jenitslem. hay had del- httnII :: know a single customer who is sorry that he raI =2
#plan bu don .o.p OIIallt fin' {i the tug Kathleen Fort I De a I .
this y.sr as his atrop. and J pupil 1'is t now here an.. etiroute. to that place 'I trip through the Mediteraaeat! Sea. ,::: f here but we have seen a great many who "WisiiEib THEY ::3: /
heart117 testify,i will t t 'either to be sold or entered' In harbor I She Is expected. to, visit Mia,'ml < n her':::-: j HAH. ''I!I ::i
the time is : towing there return. : '
aear.b .
closing 1 I I : I TTT( .. ,I I .... i The reason? Our clothes have individual! style, They -5

HIGH SCHOOL b Ic ES. \ The! launches. Pfcahontaa and Seminole .'I Captain Mail went down to Came ;: I I" i are made by the best makers in America. They are differ- =:=:

:-. 'i- l 1 I I have gone eicursion to Bear*.cut today with Florida yesterdaf with his yachi Mystery *E:: 1, ent from other clothes. you see. The price? Well 5-=
!la large negro '
High pupils and brought; to the city with bag :: shoeing
Is mornln
,. The I'' :' r't .' and baggage Mrs A. L. Davis wife and .. for us to discount an' prices in the city. 'NVe are a 5=
handed la It.ecUraI Lana ors I I
"4. I The houseboat Vagahociia; Captain family who have been spending the I : Fancy Homespun Suit at $8.50 which is sold everyw 1 ere at
:" su4bI. rding John Myers.| sailed this utornlng for winter at their home there. Tomof- J is
idea, ,k his IDRMd I Palatka vial| Jacksonville' at -hick' row they will leave on the steamflr :: 12. 0. g

tr': umgt 1 lor.)1\ place she will atop for! repairs before Miami for Key West and after retnslii- :: I The reas>nVe have too many and they m''ist be Z3soldi

td&1 I, being laid up for the summer. lug there several days will take the i :: Our io.ooand' suits far the =3
of the ': 1"111 e I | 12.00 are by bes : to beE
Mallory Line Steamer for Calventon.
Ideas broeS in m4u.4oueeatfatioa. : I had for the price, \Ve the largest stock of clothing in == '
etc The houseboat ROM Marie, of Titus- Texas, where they will locate for the j carry
I t "ICOII j ileneel.I j jwrr trI ivilie I la command oft Captain Dick summer.A .:. I I ])ade County and can fit and please yo4.C .
goods Some of th !plwIU -.. ,
I i Latin, with aboard Is expecjted I
a party f'
I the I
bel vent to student) p fair t I I ==
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.. card from Mrs !t. C. Roome. of the' S:
arrive here toim. *
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I be bald 'In Jacksonviile, leth t : jji333
.Jle 2rd.a I tr; route to tt e lower coast la qneet I of tarpon yacht Roamer, announces' their safe!! ar-1Z i : '." : : 333333i: 33 3 333333: : : .. .'..a,.. I -r
,, I I--- I : I rival! la Tampa last Saturday. Mrs. ::; :7 i I J1. -
;ne'.bJ< ;:
this morning. ...1. She'' Yesterday was a busy day on the '!,1 Joorniey from {sere to Tampa and that i I' S: I SEWELL & BROJou i
audit aid, wsAs BI ( 1"1 bay, and |ooe was reminded of a few she'caujcht sl king Huh while "IU'Qutf'. _; iOHN .'
H. .a -j Ant'f' said beta Commodore and Mrs: Hull:..... of: thC I : w
weeks, ape wbei almost every avail ., 4cEcE
few : ftths cbiidjentbat Clara were there when the arf: .
: t wu la'i who 11.1" able raft! was|I/|,n demand for Bulling rived but willed shortly afterwards( :: IcEEE w:;; Ffrfc'EEE'E' f!!! .. ,;.c;. ==
hit around bq La ; was woederful = [and ileamre parties. The Seminole westward. Mr. and Mrs. 8nyj>r. with H:- 1 -
to> 1_ how ev : cbdN! *: I Focal Mtaa, Jupiter' and other crafts their yacht Palmetto are ac onipan1 S: ::::
rail" sines ta11c .had o it parties[who spent a very pleas lag the Ro i>er, and so far tilt trip ""I f iWWWWWW'WWWWWWWWWW1U1UWWWWWWWWWWWWWW1UiUWUJW
L tt > ->z a.r:1 j! been very pleasant and, acre bte1.

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