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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 19, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00089
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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! iN PLOT TO KILL LOCBET. DISTNGUi'SUD.POLITIGAL' 1 1t 1 ----WILL BE l'XlNS"RfCTED: I' I EAST- '-COAST- j jI I .,


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COMPLETE Th ree Italians Arr-4f'd In Marseille : Though Pennsylvaniai {I Delegate" EQtertain

: on the. Charge i Parker" ntlm..nt.I


l ( ONTROL I ) .....jI. j-,9.-:Michael Giovaanl t : CANDIDATES ARE HERE. I I Harrfatburg. April---19j-Final details. I II lI I OffiCIALS!'

( & hae been for the memo r.lJe State. Convention.

arrested.here. in connection(with a supposed I..u completed at a ttieetlng of the

C I r pM to kill president Loubet I i leaders here (today. : I

d'' ring!: his coming visit to Italy. IIOnl | --- Col. lame\, M. GuJr.... of PUUbure.
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; Is saido have made ast State chairman; James K. P. Hall. I

( I f fi I ; itemei t that he Intended. to kill M.'Uubet Messrs. Davis, taliaferro, Call, Mays, Ellis and Kirk] Arrived Robert E. Wright of Allentown and !
Q Mr. M. and Other
Hagler
i Are the Japanese pr'Corea : during. the Presidents stay InItirly Today, and Will\ Address Dade County Voters' at I AgriculturalHall I former. Governor Robert Pattlson. .
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( : The detective searched a re- were selected as delegates! at large to( I

! and the Yalu River.WITH ''I NU t fref> uented. by Gipvannl! and found Tonight...Th Latter Three Will Speak by Courtesy the National convention.It I F. E. G. Ry. : Magnates

a Loubft with the wordsth"rwritten was decided that the delegates be I I

\ ..I > acrofcs. the face. The I of Messrs. Davis and Taliaferro. .j i i not Instructed, but that they. be ''bound :, 1-'

f ----- I i : men arrfwted, with Giovanni are namedr4pectlrely : ___ 1 l' by the 'unit rule. It Is conceded that \

Carzloll :and Romlnl I II I the delegates entertain a strong Parker I ,'

TWO URGE ;.ARMIES ,I \ ELjtcr\O((1 \ :N IN LOUISIANA.Democrats l One of the most prominent partiesof arrival and. drove. t ..m.tl the Everglade I, sentiment VISITING MIAMI TODAY .
I II Chairman Hall called the .
meeting -
t : I I i I I'I politicians! that erer traced Miami when. they: will be guests 'bllehere.
, I s 1 I to order and Frank J. FlUslmmons, -
are Arrayed; Against Lily with I their. presence, arrived herebortly ,
f/ :r- I'Ft', ) AH of the. party afe In the best of ,' was made temporary chairman. In
I Eh) R..publlt'&DII.
White .
after. noon today on the steamer his speech Mr. Haft said that the Republican
+ !' heat I aid'hate I n meeting; with The arty. Several la Number Cane
and 1< .. April 19.-The quad- !
Oat for Expedited( Purpose I Miami from Key and tonight ta
i" Wt'IIto ; large and ..th.uu; crod and re- party: Pennsylvania Is
r s f I [[state electiOn Is In progress will address the voters of'' this dryaD !''ceptlons every.wb.erI they hare Ol.I .- dead; that the serfs of Siberia have Dmi This Morality ,By Special
the Other as a I Army 1 tickets reIn ,
la today Two
jpcco- lUIa i ,
. '' Dade county at Agricultural Hall I en. In speaking of th i Key: Wet meet more Independence than |the boss-
lIrld. ;jsev-
:: (tattoo They ':Are Having TWngsTbdr Former the Justice V :C. Bl& ehar4.;of upon the "Issues of the day, both national I'I tug Judge bavl* sa!d thsr It mn a worshiping pack of slaves who, belongto Trail and After kind I Here J o.

and State. Thi did not that party: and I which was given
grand success. partr :
Way-Are'' the Court head the Democratic # era Hairs Went to C ltlctI -
Suprme
(hrt also Ms- In the Jaiuary Those I In the party: ,were Florida*I reach there'until at'.;;', o clock glory by Lincoln and s long line of : I j jI
nominated -
I tlf..t. Junior Senator James P. Taliaferro last night They: were' hushed at once Illustrious statesmen. iI !I I They Win Retan North This
! eo&arUity Another Army and WID prinary. General W. J. Behfca. ,
Hon. RobC "' Davis' Our Bob. candidate i to the IaaU.J.hlcla filled and j

!i' Yahl.r t !; former Confederate soldier and a for governor, Wilkinson Call the meeting i Wtweu 1)1: : this I BROOKS'S NEW COMET.:! Evening. i
: forte the promlne it sugar planter, 1* the candidate I
former United States Senator and { morning they went .t..lU
; I i o r the Lily: White Republican same .
candidate once more for the office I... and the trip here] was 1fh' '"1I Geneva N. T. April 18.-Professor I
for The old line
< rnor. Republican
f I gov
; Dannltte H. Mays, candidate for, Judge Davis salfl .h ( *> Mr!] Brooks director of Smith Observatory ) -
have ticket In the field.
' no governor; W. H. Ellis, candidate for .. A large party of Florida East!: Coast
+ .uM April 1'-Authentic ad- A full legislature I* being voted for Taliaferro |}and hlt .If.are very : made a second discovery of his new :
l attorney-general: : ,and B. F. Kirk, candidate I grateful for the reception; they have comet la Hercules to lght- Its position Railway: officials and other are la the
Seool1 dated April JOti declares which w 111 elect a United State sena
f. wines from foil '
secretary of State. The latter received from the people and the voters tonight was riglt ascension II city: today.: The party consist of Ur.1H.
tor. Sei ator Foster nominated ta the '
;, the j three gentlemen were scheduled I of Florida and that they: feel more points K minutes ( *e< onda. Declination M. Flagler! president; J. R. Par-1
t prtmUiM. be
;i control t of J't< .will UW.I t his OWB manifested receessorThereji i.a appear hers tomorrow nlsbt with than sanguine of sudress la the coming .! north 44 degrees t 48 minute This rott. first vlee-presideat: ; J. K. Iagra.1'|

:.- coot.*) : riverbetore la the ection and Utereat there I* BO doubtof others for various State office, but primaries.. i give a dally: motion about three- has,. third vfce-prealdeat; J. P. BeekVj; }
owing to a:Disarranging of the Itieeruy with general traffic manager; R. jliiboff.
The meeting will begin tonight at quarters of a degree n nthwest. This
the who !
:
Japanese occupied claim of the.Republican* of four
the
without fifty-Alas they: left their party: at Key: West 7:10 o'clock;' the. ken being; ,Introduced comet has a stellar. neublus. and short : general] superintendent; .;ts.}!
resistance. out of Ihe parishes. The
WU: practically : and came here with Messrs. Davis and either by: vol. Byington: or Price. manager, of the Hotel OrmoQd.,
The Japanese .*|my ta aowdivid: Democrats concede)' none. TiUaferro. of I Mr Drnry a prominent politician jof
: j Mr. Filer the C waty: Executive I --- (
flato two forces, ode .for expedltionarjporpoaea By courtesyof the last named gentlemen II iCommlttee.l About < ne hour will:! be I tailWORK Ohio ant an intimate friend of Senator; (

and tie' other .. an arm] CANNOT INTERVENESo they will address the rote 1 It" thi* intent on, however, to I II WILL BEGIN M. A. Hanna deceased, and oo4 or two' .

'. of eacewpatioa." Thej' former aumben of the county tonight at Agricultural I named gentlemen. Ladies are cordially i iI others I J

I Hall after the first named ""finished. | ly: invited to' attend. jJTbe meeting will' r-.r-osidenble'Intereet was manifested:
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thowanij and l< M .L- .
it'forty-fivel] me. 'I CoL E. T. Bjrlngtoa and X...... be cleaa! :aad :free from abuse. I .. the appearance here of three magnates -

lacing towarda the;, Ts u.. while Morse and Bewail of and there h Meditation;
f the Davte-Talla- LeVa.larg; crowds turn'out. ata < It, was mf I
: the latter anmbers 1 p fifteen thousand : Orders 'Court b the Case ofF ferro Club met the distinguished' seldom ne gets to| .hear such ioJquent I. On WaDs of Hakyoo M Hotel ta |o their bmliie1 Fpm wluil raqid I

,>11Ift,e [ I I Itors at the |steamer dock upon her PRtg1 ....as.ITHE ;.. -- ,;jo TblrWett-.j.-- I ..1 be |eafne4Jh! e 4afflclals| of the F. B. ;ra sXs; .

latri Ry,. are simply making J tonr of In- I

rOM communications and rrm' i :: spni-tion }lof the road in.I 'diserrr to I
Epmellultu. :
.
: .- headquarter jst ; I DAYIs-TILIAFERROCLUB D DOMING I erty IstereMts of the system, und that' i I

;:. there i* BOW a garrison; : the r visit has no other slgnlficanie. I
aaad mea. The headquarters of I the the I muMt. f die Affairs .f die I I Contractor: Itood Return This Mombv!It0 ugh "knowing ones" assert tlit

: transport service Is et Chemulpo., The i j r I I I thee Is something la the wind. I
i 'Nor cantlrs Co.lpa.y- I I I' From Temessec and W9 r pan to
railroad ttutldlnK' and grading i* progresing Nigh-J'A V hile here Mr. Flaslcr. called on Mr.j .

rapidly.: a 16ts1 of the: I InS 0rchI0L Largely Attended and Enthusiastic Meeting Held List Start ErectaM fact.Mr I j Fri il horse, who handles much proplert -

are off [ for him Sewall and other .
; Forty .transport ; Mayor *
I Over Two Hundred Names Now Enrolled as Membersand I .
bare IUd of' ---
t are supposed to HalJlaa4 r I The entire party wasvery active, andit

,- their >force< at Takashaa. Is ; More Are Joining I tnsy lie Ju possible. that there la

;..,gttdeat ie tateatsoa Is to II :. St.States, aul, April .-The, Unitedoiurt I D.A"I John W Hood, of t.o Capital mar in the wind then ran at this timei

"P/S seco1si army: at Tongampo1 pre ioday denied the motionof 1'1 I City Building Company which has the be .ascertained or that the gentlemen

} tort' ''i forcing th< Yalu.c E. H. ']Harriman and Winslow Pierce I contract for erecting the new, Halcyon | carp to divulge 1

] p for lets, to Intervene in the settle There. was a fair I tion of one list not jet turned u Hall hotel on Avenue ill,. between I I After spending several hours here

I Ir"{* WANT Ole'\( FtjODi meat dt the {ortbern Security Com- DaYfo-and' T I i follows: [ I Eleventh and Twelfth. Streets, returned they boarded }fr. Flakier private car I IaD1

I I Ia. i I pany's; s rfalrs) when the club was '!, List of member : 111,1 this morning from a tea days' visit | sent dowa the road to Cutler and; ti

St. iviersbursi J prO It.-TIle IpoplatJoi I The I:;c. urt ( oacluded Its decision by President E. T. ,. F. S. Morse I J. A. :!o1 D.. to his bme In Atlanta and Knoxvllle.Tenn. I other j II>ointa. They returned this after.noon. .

i of Vladlvo tock I* la waiof saylagtpetltlont --Out conclusion Is that the After the V. A. tutherlord.1) L. E. Hill Mr. Hood, brought down with ,' and will "leave tonight for the

all klida of provlko and u ecnse-j I s sold not Intervene andi chairman made reading a C. T. MeYamriwk B. B. him two of his children and. ,will havethW I INoi th. They left SL Augustine south- i i
I
nenc | of the flooded condition, ttrlver the i I import into t: le case new Issues to be gratulating the .. | F. II \\ hanon.Cbas. H. M Smith. w :.th LILa several wrrkiMr bound last night f
haVe1 tried tJie forcemeat of the decreei I I' j : Hood was seen this morning and
*. all eommualeatlooh ei I manifested after F. Filer S. L. Pa'ter on.J I I I.I I.
Interrupted| and It la iBJipo slble tb furnish i does not neotsiute l such action andIf Senator Taliaferro H. F AUIUMW It !Kailly ::1 -....Uu .a""v hr Kill\ U-jda i at once I I PRESS Bt-CENTENNUL. ,

them supplier*. I loney I* also tile! | a controversy I he expressed: his J. E. Lummns, I I H. F. Hetheringto i : I p 'eparatlors for erecting the: "ana of

.cares. between I ec-1lrre&tH i .- 'land the Se- ] John Sew ell, (1 F. W. Hahn i : t hotel He will first put Up the,biglifting Pint mertcan\ Paper .t..Iu.bf'd.TwO k '
I : COf1pllm..nt paid I h I derricks" which I take all Hnn.tred Years ."iR"liwtnn .
,ad :, ruritlea i I the holdingsof C. A. .itti i
la many: particular women | 'tion of the !club Barnes J. M Burdlne. I .
that j o thtx "week and after that the work Apnl 19.-The prefect week
children are leaving 'the cityinds jcompiny.ln- the two railroadcompa based Jas Arnold. I I R. C :MrCnir,
on a I' maids
which Vr tl 's ou ht to be distributed, the Fred Dlckenton o raising the walls| will .... t'Otnm..n..ta "' the ho hundredth anniversary t,
ahandonlng :y : all the A E. Heyr, I ,
.-. are unable to .siltro! the boa* In I, quentioni tan te settled among the. '' the over first primary State, F. W. Douglaa i J. J. Haidee I ,r-.d rushed through: as fast as khestonec of ihe American press. and the bl-<"Pll.
; n be quarried: and delivered. the i tenplal will he commented np< generally *-*
and the I rlvl- :gtoekhtljjIen to Letter on 'fI
Yladlvosock are empty I IIII'm..hettrordln 1, supporters. would! Granger L. S Clopton. i }
lira populaflon had been reducejl to the prmtipl'o, law and f'Qultr.: which 'I gotten out.Letters P. lllendorff. E. B DuUKlax, I Ri ound. t by tomorrow's- papers| the, flntImprican .;
I? ," haidg iuriidiUon I. i W. W. i Several; thousand to,s of the stonealready newspaper b..lnwon publisttnll -
five thousand. any ""ft com- t..h. I Erwin P. C. Clark. ,I
and; .
enfsirele." I < been and It l llieved isI In this cltv i "
s quarried
Pt'tntlto ,, enthuUstlcally. \ ... BIDS :FOR PHILIPPINEWashington DOS S. ] E. L. \Vhite.IJ .. Thos J. I 1 I that withthe start the quarry I e first newspaper hi establish It-
that Senator
STATE CAXDIDATES : lIard..j' Ib that there will be gel: In the wasthe. Bc"ton'Sf
.I i! A. Dann.1C. J. 1) ( I I ro rouble nI I rolnn'.1
BldJ I 1 r i I i Davis would arrive I I 1 I' .-red in keeping the workmen a Latter. .bl..b issued its first
April IS.- erefor Rooney E. T. Rjlngton, 1
1 address the cjtliess\
May Nut Kc.< b ;Here In Time to Speak I it *adily employed Irer In the week of.ttl 17-4.:
nn1'
opened at the War Department Fred Hand Chan Cai ru l.
stated that
the $3,000.000 of Philippine eertiflatesof Tonolrrow Night sage [ w. v.iProut, F. C. Bu -h. I I Mr, Julius Isaac*. partner with :MrH ltj 1 It eunsiated ot s bf'f"1 711' I-:!
mould be :
I BecaiiKe the Itinerary; was Improperly a G Ealoe.W G. B. mil who l III also in Atlanta will return inches. primed on bath .ides. two col-
la4ebtf'd There was. onedlcate 1P TI- : Kumph. Jr I I
J Call Mr F. )
bid by four }11tI arranged $It now seems evident 1. jS. II Challis. J F, Challle, I tomorrow -ad from then cm tbwill ,' umai tn the page, ftp editor was John

of >Cew Tork. The highest bid 'wail I that the mei ting: of candidate for half of the n Frank 1. Budge. J. *. P. l..an.. rush the work on the new.. hot I Iw Cartpl>ell. postmaster of rto.!txm For I

; State offices, t ther than those for gov rangements t at |)lch must be completed by DrcrmtKJr flft" <**n yean the News toiler was
flank Mitchell D.
that of the American National .. I :! Price. James :Noble She
Tot Kansas jdty: for the whole tstle at ernor.whlch! ras scheduled to be held tra bad been W. A. Shepherd. Clarence Cook Is I '" orilt paper 1sit.l'.h1ed' In the Colonies
here tomorrov :night, will have to be and otht'r. '. ,', I Il I- J_ of r reat BritaIn in America 'I'hila.lel-
nextlhlghei D. G. '
10LJSL ne : bid jkhhat t'I Elchelberger.J A. Conrad I I
of N.W. Harris *: Oxj of 'New.u.Vork.rate1. :'(postponed for a day at least sure that I. proper >> ,', H. O. Houston P. T. Sk. II:', i CZAR BLAMED ALEXIEt'P.Bt irtila wp" the eeeaind .tmerkap city to I
: This Inform don was brought today accorded the \ wtal.liih a newspaper In 1719 and New
entire Issue at'i OI.043. The synd I G. H. Clopton. G. L. Chandler }f'
by Messrs. D.! H. Msrs, candidate for Lengthy aid York
bid was '''&.1,. This syndicate: Is < om- the : Jim B. Clopton G. A. McKinnoo, i Petersburg. April 19.-Rumor i hir'l. In 172'x. At the presentt I
r governor; W. H. Ellis for > greeted report ai there ire than '<" -
attorney- more ZV news
posed of the National City Bank tar- : '. L. Cbatllie.W. W. II Johnston I I were. in circulation here today of i
'general, and B. F. Kirk, for secretary I on membership .hl In the tilted
pa| rn States
rey: F!ales I A: Buna; Flak A:: Robe son There II members had H. McIntyre Walter L. Godson fresh engagement on the Yalu rive I I
f fSEm'ESCED i of State gentlemen came from new
and the Guaranty Trust.Company C. C. Carroll. Chris Hoehr' which bad 'l'f'IIultf'd favorably to th ----
key!Wekt club the j taut i \ IS5OI-RI COURT OF
and] they,state that the eta$1.5 Mince A. orell. I S. Graham. Russians but a received b INQUIRY
dispatch
the total mt'mbf'n I
I $ bf the schedule to be ---
I
> LI\VDER3NG candidates W L. Keller G. M Pearce, I
FOR the general staff tonight that th > hington .
says April It Th
here; tomorrot night and who should lOvljg+ to th"| NavyDeportment
JEWS. W. A. Filer W D. A .
Afternoon very situation Is unchanged, and that all I today received a dlspatehfrorq
baY come ov >r on the same boat
; a* .
R. 8 Wilson E. G Semell. quiet the Yalu. I
for thtlr ClU1had on Rear-Admiral A. S. Barker commanding
Ifl-Chr they did are scheduled In the Island :
Ian
Gomel. Russia. April J. N Lumraus, O. D. Tucker, It Is said that oa the eve of th the North Atlantic
fleet gl ring -
Gorbacheff ha been sentenced to t yea City!! tonight and Chat they: had' to next A. E. Bolt. S. D. Kelly.
I disaster to the Petropavlovfk
the personel of the court of
remain the date. hold the meeting Inqui y
week*!r hnprtsonment for drcalaflag then telegraphed to th is .
engaged la making
an Invesi Irati I-
next week though
1
thai .. I Is int however, to'
Barter the ( fit
reports before fh..lr J. B. Hawkins D. W. McComb. !
that he
Ings will be helm at : Emperor was about to figh I o of the causes of the recent accident
fast ,
a and to .leave
were aiding Japan. The Jews retarded'charter 'I J. Gowln. A. S. Cleveland j
decisive action
there tonight1 Monday night a with the enemy 1 1ftepL on the Missouri They are Rear-
tail aentence as Important a* a pii Mle : Immediately upon the j, F. E. Brown J. A. Bradford, I ,
Mr. Morse i Admiral Chad wick, president of the
of tha In
closing meeting. this
yfiedieatloa i of their attitude. : way R. C. Turner E. Hlnkson.H. I A story Is circulating the ,
they: exiwct tobe! here la time to boldthe the fait that there f among entoarage court Captain Joseph I N. HemphJII.
J. F. Burteshaw, R. Stands I of the court that .
FUTILE: DAMAGE NORTH GQOR- mating, though those better la- doubt l"s to the] t[ ; on hearing commanding the Kearsarge and com -
W. F. Rchards J. F. Hlnton
formed at the i capabilities of a launch registration those j 'I of the catastrophe I. ,the Emperor .eml.l j mander Wm. H. H. Southerland.. eomnupdlTir -

+o ,I at aea clalmjthat I It U practically tmpo.dbl la 1961 should go Wr. W. Lee J. 8. Barnett._ and referring,to "'Viceroy Alexieff eSt 'I I the Cleveland with Lieutenant -
J R. Burteshaw.W J. J. Hln claimed That min notht'
: brings Mark
of regstration ad us Bristol a* Judge advocates
to make the .., I
Atlanta. Ga, ipril IV- special to ran u to be .
H. Rnpe, S. C. Prichard. bUt Ill-luck.: to1
Ing If also thai
here schedule time. pr'opery'rMsteted.Tb. : alleged I It Is expected that the court will com-1
the Constitution! from Rome' ) Oa oa $meeting P. H. Lee. R. C. McOaber, ; the Emperor was ;with difficulty dis plete Its Inquiry the present ..
appredalbU has bees me I Should thetjfan I to get here Ia time ; f week and
Mo :
jlamage B. X Parlin. John P. Toms, snaded from I
to the fruit ero* ta the northern part the meetingThandar. will be held some time lag the list of tew removing the rtt'er'011from on Its findings will depend wlletllet'I'

Of the State by ,the old way i, ;! J The complete .', .. I II (Continued oa fourth page.) I his postr iit | further' proceedings are to be held.



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lilJttRAl.: DI tTCBT i A rn thy. J. C. Kiba. H. 35 '' For! county Commltteeman CURES COUGHS
AND COLDS
STATE tFrlRa. I A by R. LuClm4.. J. E. 'SAMPlE BAllOT FOR THE PRIMARY. I GEORGE W. PARKS. |

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Sft Mar Jnnllirill H.C C...t..r .. .. .
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1<<- A 1 0 L.irmim.i III b. c 1 1. J. A. W. .
!fF H. ROSSBAU.T. .
i i AUUr.r ItewAeV: -7-......... KM.XI.J. B. 111 Hlla'UI.rf n'' dide V. M. layna W. t.. I J. HAVGOOa !! peka, Kansas. says: "Of all the eouA I
I aIe"cIr"I' l*I1bIt: ...A.IrolkasumI. Partial List of the Candidates I
1. If'rrlt Z. T. 1 I I
..,. 11 ng1fn. E. T. [ I. I. IIAROt.: I remedies Ballard't Horehound Srn tl
r K A. CRAWFORD
I e .m 4v.wr L-.rr4't uuUi4-t-i> tal, .J .!U. fcjKiwlfr1': .. H t dy. 1. \Im.arP "..... II. to be Voted For in This i t C. O. CODRIXGTON. JOHN MfLLlKIX.JOHN I l I. my favorite; It baa done and vt I j
Iru.u-r- | B. M. I I I
'awl-TIxKrrruor. < i.Ioi.ttbtl..nm.; Tr...urrr. \ley4 I W. A. 1I0e :ER. JR. HARP.
tkwn, ') /f(.......' .M| f- .',# ol A"... BPldge, H. C. :\Iont'. Fred S. County at the Primary'Election. JOHN M. BRYAN. I \ A. FILER. I do all that li claimed for It-to s1' pe* .
at I I
....... I ... IIf'1fi11r. ( D. Moore. T. V. 1
oI t'.dl.Jaw M.nrn )' .errtary I J. D. Ci OUGIt. i C. D. LEFFLER lly cure all coughs and cold*-and Uto
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h..L Tn-iurrt ana McDonlld. W. H.
ol )- > uLjrdi'1. J. M.
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....n.I. .Mwfr ul r ( |i MAn of rr irrr. ""........r ..rnrr I I W. E. ASIW tSOS. r D. C BROWN.
..-......tt1.Atr,..... .. uilurr rod nutrlln' Hackman! E. V. MrKlntn. : J. W. ADAMS.GCS' 1 C. W. HILL l &V-. $1.00 bottle. cold br Red
cud.M at filbllr. t,4.tru. two : I
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Board. H rTir.- IK''vrnor.. >. -r uSt : W. i i I I. 31F CAU"1, i. G. W.. SULLIVAN.I J Cross Pharmacy.
I e.I... A'I.NU.rtnrjla. and I nnlnt+a''nr ( heft I.-
( tb Democratic -
...... For the Information o *
". k rrr Patter S. L J. WHITXER I
( eatllam. J. H. n.
r .t. ClM-mK- ..e of the county a sample
J nrad. J. A. I r\rrt Allan R. votem JOHN Q SMITH. 1 1I 1O. I For Best Meats Choicest
I, CPREMB: < I RTK. JI.E" t ..nll.'J G. Rhode R. W.avki ballot U printed below, containing a \ P. HEALY.A. and Poultry :

I F lajkir, tbijl,Jj.... .r P. c. Rose. J uartial list of the, candidate tc* be "'p"- I II..J I C BlXl\ST:I;: JR. I .:. GO TO .:.
(-J.i n | -
t. H. <*nrII I.h .
H. ".'.ry\\ A.H H u.fr J...I .. 1 rakq. Canton Reilly J. B. 4 f fur at the cowing primary.: II. H. M.-CIt1LitY. I
I.ormuua... .....1.. at) .,,411Couir t .fateIoeadtePt ... i I There will be other names to add as C
+ IrmrI. J i.1if. li" .1 t i....01..._. Iloug as. E. B. Ru+b. r. W.Dornj E. N. IJt UK. H. Rauler dn & Go's.
I the time doe not expire until April .
hU. .+w, *ia. i I I J. K. Rump Edw. II. ". IXJXO. I I ,

I.on. .. .141"R8.: I Erwin W W. Rault'r n. C. H. :slat in which candidate may qualify I\\
Lath .
and have their. names put on the ballo sti-eot an.d Ave. D.
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Ja M-t "". T t l'.J..m' \.JI.. t.w'tltIL., Kntoe Dr. G. Rump Ceo.FrisselI. For Member National, (Committee
....... when printed for us a:
H -, ft. amt ory ruwr.iwJt.aC | O. C. tror'Flanagan. L. B The ballot j B 'BKOWNE.
\G1RI.yE:: I G. he lection1 will be more than twice ant
E.
R. S. Sto..ell c onirx/ 'Ns. They Carry a Full Line ofFlorida
.. J. G. 1 1 long as this one u here are to be rule
nr-C DIottkot .bta4lnl< the E/C.-t/ Frederick. S. Saz4elb F. \\'. J'OI'E. '
.'..vi,. ruUtka.M. tr..n. J. 1'1' Sulzee c.. F. ,,1 between each name and blank lines I and Western Meats.
: ... ...-, ..|.... L.KU I'i: I
G.rlat'k. A. P. Smith Julius I on w bkb'to write other names. 1 i '
For Judge o( Cirriiit, Court-SerentbI They established'' the me4t business here in
1I'I&oI4.J. +IVHER' ( irtman James Stone an. F. at Voters can begin practicing on mark- April. 1896.Wilson's .

t ..0'l'h. C I R .Sulzer. A. E. tog a crow mark-(X) before the Darnel I ('I..u.t111$01 = I II
... Kr Neat -
JONES.
.r S.
ic..r. :
Utll ie Ki ... .. J I j
J. L JI. S. s.-.eJl John w ikh to vote. .1
to..u.'k k. 1
Hwdq K.C.lMiiiu.Mi.l u.rtrr. nil itfficrUOIUMI'. ol the B..r.J ., Garthaide C. H. St'ymo r. R. II.I For States Attorney Seventh Clrcu:, : -

T.iaa.eee. I GralLlln 1 J. C. tptwtru .. P. CKCIL G. BL'TT. I Novelty
II III IIonxs
X. h.Cd'alMl5..10NtRJak I Callatt. : F. Shaw. I. B.Gautler I, For United States. Senator- | JOHN C. JOXES. I I t

B. Rrift). Miami, R. D. Taylor R. R.: I WILKINSON CALL

SUAvl L IJTH DMTRI'TI Crlmn. A. M. Turn e. J. L WILLIAM S. JENNINGS. : For State Sena' of-l".th District I I* now In operation and ready to .

Emhr.ehttt 're" ,itwd I Did C..II......) qJ man W. H. Tatum B. B. J. N. C. STOCKTON, M. $ SANS I relic order .11:4

lIa es. J. H. Tatllm J. H. 1 JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.i FOR ANYTHING IN
F HaL E. ".Iirk. -.k. Fain Ikark.. F. M HUI.SON;
1 YO4DK : fill 1. E. I, I f I WOODO'.ELTIES.. '-I It

CIJfXTT atJ'RDoESTATJ\'I. : Hu ter J'. G. Walson. C. H. i Representative' In t'ongresa-Sec- t L Window and door screen, window
For the LegislatureGRAHAM I
taba "'. Klnc. FuUurd. I I n.1 'WilliamVhprton. F, FLHetherington ond Congressional District W. KING. .I and dor frame, store fixture, stair

,,' DADE COCNTT: orJjICERn.. I M. F.White. E. LHeyser J., E. ALEXANDER.. BENJAMIN SUTTON.For work, fnsldtt trimming of all kind j

... Cwttny Jadm-AlWa F. llrfx-r. Mluii.mlt A. E. Wall T. A. ,
J. M. BARRS.i .
t .. At ....*?-I T. ..*.>lrn Miami. R, S. WILSON !
.r Ilrra U U.: ..."Cixrt allot K-..nl.r ul I hrd1. I HaU. w. w. WhiNer. H. T. FRANK CLARK.
CJ tMtrkura.c_o Hahn F. W. Wo 0: ,
ley.
ea.etg-Joe Kn4...k. Miss).. I CHARLES DOUGHERTY. E. C. DEARBORN. 5 1. f

('olkcPt.1 ..r4Th<...j. H."'.... Coeo Hughes. W. D. Wilpon J. L !, w. WATSON.( J. S. FREDERICK.Z. FjtASIB! AWl rClriCATtOX ;
... -. \ FFFtttorner. J. W. Wo&s..ortb: J. F. J JFT I .
,_ ..,Tap-L :M. Fmtth. Miam i, -I T. 1IEHRl r. :1
"-f'Pt'0--4.. H. &aulrnooa. )I...... JonH, M. Eo i ",jllOn. R. S. I :
(-' Oo.Jrt-Sls R )(. SMITH.E. "You Build
tiMZ..T. Mrrnu.Kuru_ Vino. I Are Going to ? ]
lamed ( OUM5I l _* .HM-r -On. WLMiikMt. I I I leanVAYLOR- L. WHITE. 1
/ .< 'b. ........W..t'aI. B wh. r.C.rfc 1 A DANDYiFOR' BCR..S.'I '
g i ..> J plter. K. K. UrUpfiOa. ruUivd I IJ R. F"i, I I, '
kkewetL VwnlfH. A. tfeh-krr. C-III I For Sheriff-
.4 -. F._, 8..11
F6r Justice\ of Supreme' Court (Vote kind. should fail to see
have used BaI1M1d'. Snow Liniment you 001
cracair! < )f kr or SEVF TTH JCDIEIAr ; three J. R. ADRAIS.I .
] for )-
J ciRcrir.bik I allays recommended It to my friends. I JOHN R. ONEAL.
.r, ) rlk I>>4imn .." ._......u..1 R. S. COCKRELU I 1 1I
*, : aa I aID eondde/ there I. no better J. M. WILLIAMS. :
t JtiJjMinor*. Jon 's Tinuvlll. T. M. BHACKLEFORD. I
F. rMMMiiM i ..IWWTJ..0. llrcn.orVrk made. 'It I. a da d1' for barn.' Those i, J. A. McDonald ACo ]
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ijrfK.. J. B. WHITFIELD.
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( nl tip C Itawlnn Mluil.
who live liable
on are especially
For Treaaurer-
farmTTT
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Fall Tern l I itrrtili Court '.ftb. on F.k
h .
)...*,...... Mrtk !II.->d.T II Smrrmbrfrtiw to many .l't'1d.n I cuts burns bruiseswhich ,lnty H. RAfLERSON.
: ".. Tmn_ Flnt MuwUr adrrYaf. Fbr GonmorN. ,
,
.t M. dap I prlL Beal rapt 11' when Ballard' II. ROSTER i

; Dt COC5TT CUCKT. Snow Liniment I applied. It should i! B. BRO ARD' I, Dealers In lumber IAtkAo. !Shingles' Mogldl.gs. CaslIAo. Brick. u..

: Heyaer. Mind. f always b@ kept I the bouse for eases c. H. BR 1" For Tax CollectorW. Ccncat, Plaster Hair. Etc. ;
Pis eaattu.VAUOrarr-J T. ......... R. W. 0 1S. T..oIO..ArP1lD.
". K .11. } I D.sdl IMP KtreeL -.
.. oft :! bat 1.00 bottle. .
wi.tt r TwrVtr It )(..alas I.J. n.rtt .. emergeTn y.- 4e. E. NORTON. i
I
Tfrm-FIrM M<.0' I* April) f D. H. )fA Y8. f i 1
>prim j I : For sale b1'' Red Pharmacy.Jdw R. B. McLENDON.W. 1 -
j.. wlr.wter-nest Monday !" July.FIM
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,.. t'SH r .,- M m4<, I* Uu tahrr.,, I [ t C. DEBERRY J. MARKEt
1 POWERS'
j Fir Secretary of State MEAT
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: n.i.UID otICK.tUI'IL: ILl CHARLES
: The d at hotiAe built tn'\Vtnter Park I J. E. BROOM E.;
Rerrl.rt.W. PEACOCL
B. n t1. h. T. N. '
.U. ,"ri : wan thel ltx..n _.0 wkIeh. Saw a'"'J, H. C CRAWFORD I

to :i EIIqI )RT.naerutr ,! i April FBI 1M:. noved Mr. and 31,1.Rogera I i B.' F., KIRK.' For County Assessor of Tax.. .- Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork, {

ea. sad Tikn ply m the home..t.. .1 Li.1 e.Oareo1L I Sausage. lams, Poultry, etc. '
... GEO. O. BUTLER
Pms Wag ferry" .t.J rarq/nr/ sill 'rlII *
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i1I F. Cb Fur Attorney Genenrl ::111M AVENUE: !>. I
av 'Mrknol: .f.Ie;rl }k1{ Maptid Tar pman wife aDo: I"'t. GEO. L. MCDONALD.C. JHUHL FUWIKA.

i;; Wadoojayaigh FwiMrs'l'nMMi: .' ..r 7-...: !:hinteurd4l7i" I and !.. i C'1 a.. froth the ulJ q .lTklll i W. H, ELLIS L. XI ASIES. I :

i IIooL ; W. E.1$rPaToa. house In Mail nd where new i A. ST. CLAIRABRAMS.I 1
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thin
iJi>r Erno.......'IJ,".. I art I l li I I' .
tae G th .ere.t--Prsydr merlin.tK".J t- w1l'n wag plann MId name I the hl'ltI For Prosecuting AttorneyH. FREDK. S. MORSE

.., III 7 P. R; oomUy hrboc. at 1 .'ar j" t' .. n t.Ih'l' lbtIfterno i For Comptroll.r-f ,
Pwnrhia at II ..... KpwonS l .ww I F. ATKiNSON
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C. :
A.
.I '. CROOM. !
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Ia peat Ina ..1'a.R r 1C. Fi L' r. r a iterrxtnssitting I i JAMES T. SANDERS.
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t. .t ,1.1.... he day I. the t.ttirltitnnirertar
..:K. re.... Comer '....ne C. Iaii For State ROBT. R. T 10.\ LOR. REAL ESTATE :
rt-tr <*rklasatlla'rl4 ""' .... P 1 .....; l>i arknl| al IwtPtes..ta :ed IntJ a war This y.r I W. V. KNOTT. I II For County Judge I
J .,
n stay w.- Jui" IfvwI. .
.........."'" P. m Fmyer wertii I DC Watne.d the day wl( ri's. flip.1 by an f'1f'.ftn' I A. E. HEYSERH. I

eve.l.fstTi, e a lnrk' : Allanwelrome.' !In"-,.,........ supper giv-'n hy h.: ]I""war 1 f b. ,.r t j jI For State 1 Superintendent of Public Instruction B. SAUNL ERS. Jr. Offlee np Main '.or. .4... C and li tb St.

Tmi mrrsrar'.. P. E lot..... 1.1411 1 1tFmJlurftittI I this year Mi't. 11 E Chritie cf ell.:,. j{ I .--- I Miami.'
W. H. HOLLOW A Dade .Co.
Y. Florida.
Prayer. II >Wk fttin '' ; ta'JfIU:1.: an 3/r.' It rers. who 'aK n.n I For Justice of the Peace .
)[ ""-'.. ,. .. ..,. Testng Pi,1rrr 7 e. : "''.stnr --Tenth Dietrtct
...,_,.. 7 :a.. Hale E............ ....,. a the hstse. for it "n.-orla..do. Star. W. N. SHEATS. -
anaxlaT /wi. eta Pint aad ..bt..f.i iLJUIe ... I I .
> kiwv.sd yocniMl ..t Pnarh atfrart I 1 1I 1 W jHILK
For Commissioner of Agriculture= .
.attov.a'syl.r. NldFtu..a.f- I UKE3 A L I EASWEEP.. LARGEST
J l' GRA IUXG.
...,......I.. ,' i E. )I..UX.I I
i Fss Uti 1It *>4 and AreSne a .'. I'I'B. | STOCK
1*..rtmt e.._ ....-..tOr. ....rning alit k'rlor i '
.sd eery........y.....tag tit 7i ,', There's nothing,like doing a thing | J j For Ja ti<-<- of the F'/.ate. 13th: District
I Us, "' ,|w. FARI* ". For fUllroad Commlsslo-'er i
m.i.Tt.,, ......* "$,<.-irnnHrt.1'|M thoroughly. Of .11 the Salve you ever ;i; | B. L. MORGAN. ]' HENRY,, J. BfRKHARDT. i }fancy Cr rcrirc. i .JRUITS
: |
A. P. Corry'a.a> ml<*a V<, and tsi heard of. .Buckles'* Arnica Salve to : .

loll MIAMI au r..T.ry BOARr\0r""...1.*' TRADl.T ''the be&!t It swcefcs away and care.burns i iI I For Adjutant-General j For ConFtahle-r : liay, tiaiu. ;;, ftlu t Jd Ftrtilirjn!: : FRESH VEGETABLES

sores, bruise, cuts, boils ulcer 1 1I. G. S. CHANDLER.
o ,I I I : i I I
J. C. R f fALLEN
*, akin 1111 FOSTER y
eruption and
WUllara M. Brown piles. : Trade
reaxletit. Yachting
i iI j I a Specialty
Pint Vtce-Prwiiilent. T. V. MMra.trcPresMent. only :>, and guaranteed to give' sat THOMAS. Fir Supf-rvis of Ke
S -... \ J. E. Lu*imo I I iefartlon. By all druggists ]I UL_ | J. C. BURTESHAW. t

S..7.tsry. B. V. Blackman. dw I II I For State Chemist i M. W. GOODE. E.

Trvasun'r B. B. T"''o') '!'. )I. R. E. ROSE. i j I f I II L..Brady&/Co. ;
Board *f O4vernork-. M Brow I : : I .
The movement of Col. J. B. Anderson I .For' i
T V MAM*. JE. Lummus, A. 8. HeK. Co my Superintendent or Public / .
_. : Relliy.;, PJ W. Haha. W. and others to start a Young Men't i Foe Presidential Elretors- I tra..tlon- i'' r J

Rau!, John *.eiJ. j jBTAND Christian Association In this city has H. B. BAILEY: 1, t, R. E. HALL I' t I--":> CSC 2.-:!.

>[Ntl COSIMItTEESf met with approval from all side, 1 T. A. JENNINGS, I
LA '8A"Y.. R : Patt.r--; B tIT : especially J. R C. KOONCE' JAM S C. \RRIs. '! I; CAva. 3D and. Twelfth St. !
from the
who will
roonmen E1 B. KIXG.
Il
t ea J ( : 8eynour. It. : I r ri'
I be A. B. NEWTON
> most greatly benefltted! and thereto

.. PR OEJnad- *,.. RM..; "" ..k'.... I Iwri I'I seems be no doubt but that the Association 1 F. B. STONEMAN. For C my ("ommlulon..r'--7: First

W : P. fV. Ros. f. J.; P7ad.k k. will receive hearty support. ,I DIMtrkt- I l

j, B lahn. !,'AND SANtTART-Jarkeon.L- 1 j "I am glad indeed that such an axso- I I 'For: Delegates at Lerav. National Co 4 I F. C. AiCIFER.M. i', F. W. HAHN

J. MRAi, to W.; En",!, 011- j i elation has kt last been organized !IB i rentlonT. I i R. JOHSS.I r k

: FTa'iuT sties R''. t te...... H. >(. this city" said a prominent physician j: J. APPLEYARD. i -- r ,,
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RI ERS XND HAR9 tt8-0a .'.... j I "as It Is bad'v needed both for'' the j: ; W. J. HILL3iAN.r i For County I Commissioner 1 -Second I... A&C.ttsot sad:: 1st: Skive::

ell H.I Romph. E<'1.. ufd C.; ,ab.... |,'moral and physical development of 1 I !r CLAUDE L'ENCLE.I' r I[| Dixtrirt ( now' har IB my employ on* al Be
It 8tHn eha. If. I bent
m. A. P. JORDA: draftsman In the South and am
LJI( AND FT! EIOHT the young n. Conducted properly j i GEO'W.. LAINHART.: t

1"IIwI t K\\ f Lefler. 'C D.t U.........( the auMvlatioii would' give the youn. JOHN. BEARD I Ii' E. H. DIMICK. better prepared than ever for fomlahIng -' ... .

a E3 EMr' W... W.; Donald J. Ahm.rJ. .1 men ..liens t1tbe best literature and : T. E. BRYAN. I plan and detail for good balldi -'

ARITIP.8-8)'tn" t.; ,ch..t.., divine service, also to a emu.IUf.1 I W. J. BRYAN I i 4 t : lugs, line cabinet work. etc
[,, H.. I'DtooIctu.' 1.1| f; ..tler. T. I For County CommissionerThird I
( A. CARSON am new headquarters for tumid ,
which be
/I'J should one of the lint
NJ XI_...... C. U .
; PlfiilctR. :
[ -
i CLEON work scroll sawing and an ..
(sUCCLtCBE.tw.el E, V.: tbOtlgbu oft one interested as nothing A. STEPHENS. work *

Men. F <'; atumJ. .; OrUT.naA.. aids m I developntents more E. I..IIOSALD. 4 tti uaily done In a first class planing mill

aij': 'ert. J KIrr than pbIII..1 dn.lopm.nt. The peon '*or Delegates National Convention T. A WINFIELD.For e t Send me your order for door i a1Nt ;
Llc :rilJ>INGB4H outer. JW..; r'
t
pie of Tampa should too the d Congressional District- I I II window frame, ballusten. brMkcta!
rally I
R... H I..; B.; BewaIL support I '
.1- I of tb..1 w',r. are endeavoring, .o 4 DJ L. GAfLDEN. County l'ommissloner-Fourth ; C, ete.. and be eonvlnevd.

'IA,.'fI1oar m 1 R.IIItf. 14 Glen CMp ; make the as&klstion! a sucfees"-Tilo-: D. N. BATCH ELOR.T I I I I ltlrtI "" """ li I A Mli FLA

.e j Rh<>dH. R ,I .1,.II 8. ANDERSON. JOHN+ SEWELL.

1111 : """ ,,. .t. .! I : i BALLARD'S HOREHOUND 8TRCP. .J. tL T. BOWDEN.For I A. LKE ALLEN. .
BDlT'ATlOXJAiLBvialHa ...., W. M.: ;. I :

..1| ,W, kciitfer %.dfirandIf. B. .
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UMte. A.h..; Ba 0.: ,,"'ta.. meedl.t@I1'1 relieve horse, croppy'I : Members at : r,... State Commlt- I, For ; County[ ;,('omml' loner FIft .I J. A. Robbins & Co.

J1tl-'j Kelti. JL. J.JMMJORATIO.NjB. I I I cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping I I r
I < S3 a .. E V. and difficult) breathing. Henry C. j j'Stearns (Vote foV Thirteen.) 1'1-> i( ,
.....__| F. B:. (Tat+tam H-Do"-| J. .'*- 'I B. S 'i BELCHER I, I
druggist ShuIIsburg. WI, 1 ,R GARNET
Htttrr. J. WI E. G TWEEDELL. arn.ess aiia Oarr1aaeDepos1"tOry. '
c ."1EBTA1""C.1'" R?" **. R. W.: I writ... Hay ?0, 111: I hare been W. \\'. FARMER. I I

B..IC4. H. C0| .Ttha di. C. H.; R.niy.v. selling Ballfed'i. Horehound Syrup for GF O L. BAIL I ;"

asp BeweH. !John.ADYHRTISLCO1. !I two yean and have never had a frenaratlon B. .. MATHES. For Members Board of Public Instrne- .
... e. B.: a_ I that ha gives better satisfae- 'II I n. t FLETCHER I j lionEI.i j Quality i is remembered: long after price ,
.
*. F. B, Brtactob 11. T.; 1I1adr_ I I
Uon. I notlcs that when I tell bottle SIMS. i
t a j N. A. BUTCH !
E V.: Het et$stow )4. J J'fie : forgotten. ,; i'
list et ma BraMrnig f they com back for more. I can hon:I K. B RAt"LERMS. 1 I '

...., 01 "*r r' foOow: i I rutty recommend it." lie, hoe, $1.00.4 i| W. 1IILTON JR. For County Member State Commute I Makes

'. ...... W H\\\ \ J.ekn..i :x. Jlt. I Sold by Red Cros. Phamacr. I J. LAMAR E. J$. DIMICK.r. : Quality (he Bargain.

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a certificate ,of exemption fo- UN t.;I date for the one* of Clerk: of UM Circuit INSPECTORS- APPOINTED.

-OFFlC CIAL L C CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION years. I Democratic court sabjoct party. Primary to the action election of Hay the

1 -; PAYMENT OF POLL TARE 10. IKX. :Marion Frencn, of lows. Buys Tare

profession In order to be qualified to vote at the d J. S. FREDERICK.FOR 1 Buin.iM Blocks. -t

't'he primary election:on 10th or June I .
I tales and Regulations to Govern the-Primary to be Held May Mar t
,,7. 1904. poll uxe and 1903 TAX COIXfCTOR. Th* meeting was railed to order' by

10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be paid on or befqre 5 o'clotk P. I hereby announce myself: a candidate Chairman Filer in the city ball. Miami

I M Friday. April 29. 1904 (ten days before I for the offlc of tax collector of I Fla at 2.15 p. m.. May 11. 1301.

Dade County subject to the action of The following members were presentIn
the flrat primary ej'<<

P. .%Wen dt :Er vv la.ig- t1 If A meeting of the County Democrat law, and shall at once forward the tlOD,1 I I the coming Democratic primary. person or by proxy: Messrs. JoII... j

I Executive Committee for Dade county,. returns to the Chairman of the County NOTICE- OF REGISTRATION. dw T. N. OAUTIER. Jones Putter Lyman. King. Bull '

ATTORNEYS AT LAW'j I Florid*, was held at Miami Florida, 1 Executive Committee.The Filer. Burtekhaw, and Kirkman. I'I'I

Will araeoe*la an ooarta. star sad rc4an I f'I one th, llth day of April, A. D. 1504,. assessment to be paid by the I Notice li hereby given that the! Reg- I I FOR STATE'S ATTORNEf: ',. I'I Upon motion Mr Bull was elected

ap.ataltwewtlwfor.asrtalgsd. a rfertts'j pursuant to adjournment. vario.it! candidate shall be a* follow: jlstratlon Book of Dade County, for', I hereby I'tSpedtullanDOUDet myself acting secretary.The .

Led TttlM.a 1 Toe) following amended call for a Representative ..,.... ........ flSiOO the primary election to be held May 10, as a candidate for the 'offlc* of ,I minutes of the last meeting were I-

a ox _.1 MI.... Fla. primaryeeUon| ( was adopted to-..it.Noli : Senator ... ... .. ..... .. IS 00 1904. will be opened In the several State' Attorney of the Seventh Judicial read and approved -

t, 'tl is hereby given that there Sheriff .. ...... ............r.. ... ,35 00 election district of bade county. Florida Circuit subject to the vote of I The call for primary was amended

P. T. SI AGGS. M. n. fI I I will t4 a Democratic Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Circuit Court..y., .. 30 00 on the 29th [(day of March. A. D. the Democratic prima.,r. 1 a* follows:

I tlon h'1 ii In :he t.e>eral election dlsrounty Tax Assessor ....... ..I.I.> .. 2000 1
Ocoee ardde.oe w IstM led It CI'w,',. rb aItJDL : triculuth. << 0.1 Florida, on May Tax Collector .. ......r....,... 25 00) day of April. A. t>. 190 A motion was made by Mr. Kirkman

curse C j! ''4, ,ai 4d if nececsary, on June County Treasurer ,;........ ,j... 20 00 Th3 following; peitons are hereby 1 FOR COUNTY SCHOOL ICPKRINTTNDEKT. to nominate county commissioners

MIAMI, FLORID Tlh.Democr. 11/1 tot the nomination of all County Judge .............<.:. IS 00 appointed i i.',.,e4 i-.i->r.tlonf.p.! ..rs I and members of the school board by
tic ndidates State and coup '..r tl.e rYe ,.I l If f' r';lb district, to- I I hereby announce myself a eaaotdat districts. Same was defeated by a
;ci .
: County Attorney .... .. ....... 10 00 for Suporuitondont of Public Instruettoa I'

1:MJ JACtSOU, 1L, I bye to belectors >ti'd for by the Demotratk Superintendent of Public Instruction ,'It., (i j' I of Dade County, sub$ ot t* UM win et vote of C to 3.

I + at tHe General Election to bi .. .... ..... ...... S 00County j. Number- One Stuart-W. G. Parka. ,' the voter as may bo siprioooi at the A communication from a meeting of
ornci: I ibc 4th 19 4. and to be ap- j Number Two. Jupiter-R. E. L. Mc- I' approaching Domooretta primary el.edoa.R. candidates held In Miami May II) 1"M.
I h Id Nopi en r Commissioner .. .. ..... 5 00 I '
: IlL LU.L was read and discussed by various candidates -
HOTKL: PISCATS *: aLOCK.Arl.D.JlUXt. acted the Democratic Governor Farland
tj
I I Supervisor of Registration.... 500 d" HIaa I, Fla. before the committee. Finally
FLORID ol the Statt between the date of bold- !Member of County School B'rd, I 00 I Number Three West Palm Beach- 1 and
the following Inspectors clerks
lag met ir mary election and the bolding 'I E. H. Dlml k. FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
... 1 00
Justice of the Peace.... ... polling place were decided upon for

DR' VI[. B. RUSH, 1 of t band primary election A. D. 1SOS.Demoiratic I Constable ........ ....0. ........I 100 Number Four Hypoluio (Boynton) I hereby announce myself aa a the following. precincts.No. .
i of candidate for Cullen Pence. CANDIDATE FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
Fish and Game Warden, 1 00
1
County Inspectors, Geo. McPhenon.Ernest .
Offlc eolith street Street, 'Pbone and Avent!M. I i United ake. Senator !to be voted for All candidates are required to file a Number Five! Delray" -H. J. Sterling. : Dade County subject to the action of Stjpman.. J. M.,; Ennis; dent.
Re.Ideot'e.10th members of the Leg '
1 by the O njorratic Number Six, Pompano: Cavender.
the Democratic
.
'a.'noue 'lI-fR,. islature written application to bare his D.me' primary.d H. W. Hewey; polling 'place, store of
) o'fKlorida
at its
f the state ,
MIAMI, FLA. I ..PrUPOIl the official! ballot, on Number Seven Fort" LauderdalW.X. C.I.. XIUANIES., Mia Walter Jb hIDC. ;; |

4- iPe 8slonji i i I IA D. 1905. blank furnished by the Committee, Marshall. No. -Inspectors. E. Edwards. J. B.
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[ The t I 1dm'ing officer are to be nominated ,
F. w. >
+ BAcryaPlaD .:'C'r. i I said primary election to-wit: accompanied with the feet above set I Number Eight OJus-J. W. Ine.I FOR STATE SENATOR. tslar. Henry Brooker; clerk E. C. Miler -

Retails 1 forth with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof I Number Nine Lemon CityWarrenMitcheIl. I hereby announce myself a* a candidate ; polling place school hou_
SpeeiBeaiions and Madefor 1 JL'nll d| States Senator (' j
*, the I County Executive i 1 for State Senator .. the Thlrteenth H. L. L.
Building of All Kind, FineResidence 1 Rep ientative In Congress.. Secondjcont I Democratiq I i fr. No. Inspectors.. Hilller.
a Specialty DIstflcL Cummilte4 on lit day Number Ten, KI.IIII-O. D. Leffler. Senatorial District of Florida, W. Burkhardt. N. H. Blitch; clerk J.
1 resRlonal | t
OFFICE. 1315, ATTSCE D. of April X. D. 1904. I Number Eleven Cocoanut Grov*- subject to the will of the Democratic W. Comstock; coding place, club
t 1 Justlc of the Supreme Court for the .
This APJ11 llth. 1904. A. T. Carter. party to be expressed at the primary house. c
,full $erm of six /-.rs.J '
W. A. "ler, Number Twelve. Cutler-DGBrown. election. May 10. 1904. No. Inspectors., W. H Cox C. A. t
)usti( es of the Supreme Court. r
DL L K.CKAJ'lB. I' Attest: I r Chairman. Number Thirteen.. Silver PalmC.W. F: M HUDSON Hall Je|i Daughtry; clerk. Cullen
1 Corel nor. '
I George P. Bull.Secretary HilL Tblals,, Fla. Pence; polling place school'houoo.
DENTISTagte.u 1 Secretary of State I
pro Urn. Number Fourteen Dee-flsld-(}. W. No. S- Inspector. J. E. Chambers.
watt-.1u0415 .ostbeutt eeram NAnew. 1 Attorney-General. ,
D sad(Ilea sank.MIAMI. \ QUALIFICATION OF VOTERS. Sullivan. ,I IThii ;. B. Taylor. T. M. McRae; clerk. H.
I FOR PROStCUTINO: AT1ORNET.I : .
FLOmDA. 1 Comptroller. First Primary-Tuesday, Hay 10. March 12. 1XW. P. HOOCH; polling place, school boas.
( tI { 1 Treasurer. f hereby announce myself a* -. candidate -
104. |I A. T. CARTER. No. Inspector, Z. Cavender. Jao.t'.d. .
for the once of Prosecuting Attorney -
1 Superintendent of Public Inatnc- Second :Primary Tuesday, Juno 7. R. F. Saxon; clerk W. B.
Supervisor RcgunraUoA. Dad Co Fla.jj .
Seekers i for Dade county subject to the
I Home JJ D. fi
1904. I. Caasels; polling plac Hardee's store.
AJsC1lltu.... approaching Democratic primary election. '
1 Commissioner of No. Inspectors.: R. A. Bryan. W.
Attention. General Election-Tuesday November
IIo.er. H. F. ATKINSON.
To will find tt to your intere*\ 1 Railroad Oom a. 1904. Miam 4 Flax U Brackwell. a O'Neal; clerk. Fruit a

to call oa me.before investing1. 1 :Adjutant-General.. | The registration books forth i, primary jj CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. \ Stranahaa; polling place. Stranahaa'i
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Furnished houses and room to 1 Stat* Chemist new halt
will be la each .
election opened .
rent. Real ba.rja.ia in real estate, 1 Judge of the Circuit I Court. SeventhJodidal FOR JUSTICE OF THE: PEACE.I No. t-Inspectors. H. Padgett J. P.
taxes: election district la this county oa AaaouneraiMita will be lunrtad U the
City and country. Insurance Circuit. Newlan; J. W. (yes; clerk. R. Cothron;
etc. attented to. March ZIt 1904, and will be kept open Dally and weekly Metropolis for tm dollan. i
collections 1 Stai Attorney, Seventh JudicialOrult hereby announce myself a* a candidate school house.
polling place
license aiitnoncin d hID the or ta either edition for eve doUars.Candidates' .
Sundays azqepted
have a special every day, Dis-
for Justice of the Peace in
for County CommlssloiMr No. !-laspertors. J. S. Parrine- A.W. I
.c to prepare len11tnafen 36th day i of April. !JOt, at which Urn ,
of real estate| Loa fee* 1 Prosecuting Attorney. wall j' and BMtmbfrs of the school board will be strict No. 10, and respectfully ask the Cromartie J. S. Peters,; clerk, J. E. .
they J be closed. 1 charged onr-httlf thoM amount of the ydt.en in said district]
Prompt attcatio1'.1 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial support Pendleton; polling place, school house. i.a
i The registration book will not b* No announcement usortod until paid I
S. H11LI
d. William
CARROLL
CJC. Onbora J.
District far. : Na 10( -Inspectors/ A. ,
t Public. reopened]for the second primary atoeUoa. j
Notary' 1 Member of the House of Representative ; I -- --<---4 a---- U. Burdlne.i;Frank Jaudon; clerk M. R .
..nL D. atty. U all, sri, i i: announce candidate '
hereby: myself a -
*. rot COCKTT TR fA8t:1tJR.To : : Kellum; polling place, city halt
+ All persona may register who are for re-election as Justice of the Jackson Pea
1 County Judge. No. Inspectors.. <<
ReliableGrad.dueructs. 1 SbPn1.I ciuxens whether they have paid their' the Democratic{Voter of Dade Ones Peace in this the loth dilJtrl t. A. Iam cock. John McKtnsle. J. Wr Gallon ay.

.. j ; ..noil'taxes or not; but they cannot vote ty Florid i: now serving in this eavkcity! I Fletcher
clerk Albury polling .
Clerk of the Circuit Court ; ; place
I aiu.4vneo candidate
benny myself a l
unless their poll tuft which may bet would appreciate an endorsement In
jW.CMAYNARO
1 County Assessor of Taxes. i for re-election to the offlc of Treasurer Old Harde, hoose.No ,
.. io Omo legally tine are paid a* provided by of Dad accordance with th1+* Democratic principles J.
.Dv Kest ro 1 Tax Collector. County. W'Iortda.t subject to tile I 1-IDlpt't"tors.: W. A. Coo *r.
law. HPOLL will of a majority; of the Democrat of returning: yr a second terman
slaws lewiUlj lit e1: 1 County Superintendent of Public Instruction. I Ceo. Stlnehouserr W. J. Doug lerty:
I OR CAPITATION TAX. roten. a. will bo fiprmii hi tile D mocratte Incumbent who has satisfactorilyfilled
Wm'b>:. ClICks, Jewel E EFU Ie primanj May M. 104.a clerk Geo. W Noodle; polling place
'. I I. Surveyor. Payment jot poll tax** for 1902 and H. RACI.ER80X. I I the office.I; Brown A Moodle' warehouse s

I 1 County Treasurer. 1 Is a Pt.rcqIJI1i8 to voting at all dw >>Jam!. Fla.A. 1 d John C. Cramllng.' No. Inspectors.. Henry G< man.
+ 1 _
OEO. Lf; 'g-D \ D 5 County Commissioner elecjon* Ujis year. ,; _I 1 i FOR'}'STATE SENATE.I Ernest Mall. Will Anderson; cl clfri. C

ns I >llemben of the County Board of EXEMPTIONS., I II:: HKTStR.QawdMaM. hereby|announce my randdary for W. Hill; polling place school house

; 'Public Instruction.usUoe Ti*. tollwlng condition exempt for No. 14-Inspectors. J. W. Saxon W.
s.d I IICI. astr Stat Senator from the Thirteenth
YdI.tst '
uw.vtR GRO' Jd.r I of the Peace la and for Districts persons.fnm the payment of capitation dw ; County Judg 'I Senatorial lilntrict of Florida subjectto I I E. Blanton W. >f Ff. Slstrnnk; clerk J.Ie. .

COCOA .tfI; or pol taxes: 'I' Holly place, school bouse.
No. 1,2.3,4. i. .. 7. LL. : polling
the
Fda I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. w ill of the Democrats of Brevard .
? 1 F rst-Ai y on. who baa lost a limb j 1 i It was moved and carried that names
1 [10. 1L 12 and 13. The frleds and of and ,Dadecoantie to be expressed at

J. A. DN( t.asewWit. .1 'I Unstable In and for District NoL : In iattle.SeooodtAay I I the present many menfbera of supporters the Board of the primary{election' 11.lillb.' 1904.I I i of candidates foci members of the county

1,2.3. 4. 5. 6.7.1,1.10.11.12 1 ODe who was U years 111 !I II. Seabrook Sams, ,, executive committee be placed on

...............:..a,.... ,, and IXTertdential, of age oa or before Decembet '31. 1901.'i'irdAiry I County Conimbnloners for Dad Cou4tenay.|Brevard Co.. Fla. tho regular ballot. /* -.

... T'I.. I'". 1 county have prevailed upon them, to : it was also moved and rtrrled that
ODe becoming 1>>fac(21 I 1 I
(1,4* a/ Met.... 15 Elector t stand for reelection and hereby

present FOR DELEGATE. candidate for game warden b* placed
featold in after January 1903- I NATIONAL
)
.. I wet )etegatet at Large to National Con- or tame.
0404 IUsiPr their a* follows F. CAlrher. I the .
oa regular ballot and
the candidates
..
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j Fjourth-Any one who had become a t
vention.Mstrictj
George ,W. Lalaban, R. E I am a eslididate for the position of : for said office b* assessed f 1Mr .< >. "
resident .f; this State and
2 Delegate <*mnty on
+ Donald.. Sewell and L. A. dr-f'QlP tol I the
John National Democratic Johns, of l'rfoMat"t0.- 1 handed
li of Stat Commit or after January 1. 1903. t i
} Large
fOLEnUo yoWTAR ember I al, Betrher. to the .voter* i.t the Democratic ('o:ite..tiurt kt St. l.oalll10: for Seer la his resignation! as a member uf the I
1
... ... .. ... Pl' ,. If properly registered nipj+ of the primary c< May 10. 19i>{. oau Conk: rel ioual Di tnc-t.: I am permitted committee and the same was accepted
1 "o at.IM..bn of State ComnJttee. above caa rot at all elections. State
I 1 i ,
to the
I r to
1 ?er entire DemocracyIza..be I A motion wan made and carried that

1 ember National Committee and county held this year, without I FOR SHERIFF.T '" <|>ui.t: regardtos my standIng ,, inspectors<< and clerks be paid |I.00 per .

ARE YOU) :GOING 1 upenrlsor (of Registration. paying any poll or capitation tax 1- J I : as a Democrat and If I am fortunate day

( euDty Ffeh> and Game Warden. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. eno Kh to have aid In The r
Norther West ? t tIN Dtmorratiti voter* of DoM CooaT 1 your next meeting of the eomraitt

(Cjoaa bet of Dade County Democratic Person under the following conditions : /. FVirj4a: j I Date rouctr at the election, I thai wa called for April fl. 1"'4.

--r IIenIU$ Ximmittee la mad for will be liable for ODe poll tax I hereby announce ", ,...tt a itsmlMaletor greatly apiiate It. and ran assure There'being no further business *

Nashville twtDt"'O- : 2. ,,3 |t (. (. 7, 8. only for 1902 or 1903 aa the ease away re-election to'tho .offlc of flbarln o(' you Oran ceroonty; |1 Democrats mill also motUm was mad and carried ,to adjourn '
Louisville pad. Cointy nortda. subject to Ole I.
12. and 14., aparecla-! .
I 4. 10. 11. 13. : be: I will of tIIe.majority of the DvmoeratleVOMT I

Railroad The rule governing said primary Any one who became E5 year old aw will be ozoroMcd la tile Doonrratle >, 1 Very 1 truly :youra. CEO Ip ni 'LLSecretary .

elrtj-tion shall be the ame as tbow, I ptlaary ta be bold star M. MM.ow 1I I D. N Bachelor..HEALTH Pr>. Trm.I .
Often unexcelled passengerserifar. during 1S2! will be required to pay U I j I _
JOHN FROHOC.K.I Winter Fait. Fhv t.
Koder train currying Pullman adopted bribe DemoItIC Executive for account of poll tax for that year. I
I I ,
loepers, ap-to-dat coaches, free re- Committee, at their m wtlng held li Any one who may become of ace (21 a// j + IS YOUTH.- Tb I e"t census "ull':iD er.ttmateqthe

dialog chair earl, sad dining ear JadkBonville. on Januar 2M, 1904 fur j' year old) at any time! daring 1902 I hereby announce myself as candidate n--au and Sickness Bring Old Age l t..a.* In our 1".p.I.lIon of: th*

northern and southern eitie governing State prima leu, so far ai for Sheriff of Dade cointy.
between 1 will be required to pay tl for poll tax I .'nlt"l State since 1>041 at oint.iion
The $..., dining car oervic in the the! sam will be apt licable to the for the:' 1903. I Florida at. the next Democratic pri- ,
..'L j jAH year and I'j Herbtae taken every nmrning before ItIYln'l! ': the country a present enumeration
$ county primary Tho** and only thou.persons mary aek for the votes ot my -
Tickets viaL.&N. Any One becoming a resident of this j breakfaKt. will eepl you In robust ,of "" '..
Sell Through fellow .0010. souls
Democrats
Agents perm! ted to become and thone who will The i.cmdonSpectator
State and oaaaty during 1902 will be I ;, health fit you to surd off disease. ItotIU'H
III.Eb ", or vote at or partl I be qualified to become voter at that make nterext'ng! comments"
liable for-the! poll tax for 191)3.I constipation, bllliusnes, dyipejiKia. .
ipate anagem nt of said prim i primary. I promise, if elected to faithfully on thin growth The
.
WHO ARK ; TO POLL TAX. ; fever skin and liver and kidney Swttaor; # tars:
for rate, schedules, and sleeping ear iry electk n. who declare, their ad- I FABLE ; perform the many duties of this ".4 .I
complaints It. looPIlI.Uun ..( }gilflmMKii,.
reaertation apply to 4 All male who are 21 puriBes the blood of whom
II: rence to i he principles and organl- responsible
J. M. Fleming utlon of tl Democratic party Na- yean cf age and wen under S5 years ofitoa.J.. H. WILLIAMS J and clears. the complexion. Mrs. D ';'n.saall. are w h te men an l mostof

; ApIIt, of December JL 190L I W. Smith; Whitney, Texas, writes Apr them of exceptional
Vies 4a51 W_ Hay in "<. I' tI >ral. Stat< and county, who are by ace Palm Beach. Fla. energy arjil: !Intelllgene. -
:3. 1S02. M have and
J..01 k.. ria.KI1TSHONIYTAR. .. of the State lawful electorsoothe Any one becoming a resilient of this I FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. j Herbine. and .find Speaking the English |i l asguage
It the
bast
election districts'la\ which theyoffer State and county prior to January L I hereby anaouMo mrsoV as a eaaAdaU medicine for constipationand and If,/in* under \nelo-Saxoii fulltn-

to vote{, who have paid their poll 1902. will be required to pay poll tax for UM ofilco of Clark of tile Circuit liver troubles. It will do all you Uon",, In a tremendoun fart I the uniib -
I Court of Dad County. jnobJoot to clala f JT It. I caa hlehly recommendIt" .
ie* legally due not less than ten for 1902 and 903. I I as we trust and believe Ue will.
the aetloa of UM Democratic prbnaiT. Me a bG;tle. Sold by Red Crow
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j/Yr.haltrs// I <./.> *. tflmttt 1 y* before said primary election and If they become a resident after January ,II[ dw E. L. WHITE. ; Pharmacy. ( escapes Internal convulsion, Ue must

+ s', io shall when challenged by aa elecU 1. 1902. 'and before January 1, :: January tg, I net r 1 I j rise In the next quarter of a jei.Jnrytola -

iiiL BO rEARS r, pledge In w riling upon oath beT 1903 they yllj be required pay poll ,1 It not be IbM 18, .before middle sited ts4n alive
may
EXPERIENCE"Y generally known that
< re any Inspector to abide by and1a tax for 1903 only. I, t tako this Jootaod to Inform tile v>..r I'I'en '| the addition of a teasponn of hopped I >' are very old men--to a! IlInl1llCl..r

the renal: of such primary and of Dad CJraatr I of and influence hl .
pport Any ODe reaching their majority (21 that I wll be a ease suet to 10.' <'h history
every pint of milk In
a of the pudding not only makes It but
Circuit creamy
I )Coun subject to thoaetlo this
The polls shall be opened and closed : wonderful growth of
of tax for p.ajer
be to roll and
subject payment aim ,
of the Democratic prlmartoa. Key H greatly Improves the flnor.THOCrHTP't."L .
ti tie several election districts, at the 1903. .........'-'.... If tlortod. to perform the ..- I Influenr win come a like .fcereaw

I TRADe MAMS hi urs fixed by the general election law In all eases of fcxemptlon of a voter ,; ties of the offle. U tile fIot_ a* U the A ; In national responsibility "

Ocs.aursirowtLeOlU : T te following named persons are bere- from payment oil poll taxes, h* must I f put. t> the bMt of my ablUt)'. I will MAN selves and to our weaker! 1I'or I i4-nelgh-.-
I .c Clerk for bo aratetel to those who will favor me hors The
b Inspector and American
..;;"" : w.1Ka. ..: = :'t--: 1 ; appointed secure of the supervisor of registration with the r _os. I People J might

,-- SSSaU....b.-":..-.. .('---....-- ,tl e several election district: a certificate setting forth the fact that dw E. c. DEARBORNI M. )[. Austin of Winchester, tnd. ,I well bear long and thought/u lly upon

-.U"- -:::..Mean ..--e5o. sew See report of committee meeting on such voter U exempt If the certificate 1I i knew what to do In the hour of need ". this who prayerpoken hasF F by a sincere, man

....... .4M-.,..M+ae.TM1 M u.e 1 of tad twice led a great pnllMralOoverqof
Brst page) exempt the voter from payment I hereby ...J.u_ mrlt a candidate His wife such an unusual case of

Scientific American. r The voting, hall be by ballot on J poll taxes for both yean (10 and for tile'''offle let Clerk: of UM Ctreott stomach and liver trouble physicians Party "O In i fight for government control -'
:
r.re.w.m.4.Md -.. iwv, .r 1903). If properly registered h* can I Court for Dad County; subject to UM .ord. give nx faltl In the
-u.e..r A "at Mw..s.Myr.... ,- S.wry tlets: furnished by the State aad approaching Democratic primary olooUon. could soft heip her. He thought of '...10:0" doing right"
_..........1, e.L,011 saeww* I then rot upon presenting to the 'Inspectors : ,
d Executive Committee and at I and tried' Dr. King's New LU Pills
Minty ; -
!1 1it: ;:I 1 rack eerUficat of exemption. dw Z. T. MERRTTT.I Jennlnm Is ;
the dON of each election the Inspectors and she pot relief at one and Just n0w deep
wag
H : If the voter to *ubw.et to, only on* .. vista i Fla ly interested in the Panama raoaj

EYCtW and Clerk, hall proceed to canvass poll can either for 1902 or D 3., the I Onally cu 'ed. Only 2Sc. at all drugrsta. jeet. Con It be that be la contemplating pro--

oaflK 4. vote te accordance with the Stat same rate win apply M to securing I Wetly anoeuae* mysolf a*) a easdl- laving the state?
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THE _t L I Ir
I Future opened ..tnd,. Ii r

MIAMI METROPOLIS. I !J.C.rr: UK to fr> newspaper notices, and Politician as Viewed Uv January. . I . . .. i 1 I DO NOT FAIL TO SEE f

',"vfii in ,,.lat!. aI Candidates' the Tai I Editor )Id eDzj... Jo'ebruan'' . . . .

-- is neitherlatJM Murat.lprtl . . . ..
. Yebli.b.t.wcrw; Jar liicept .**daj. -! ) Illadr KDr"Tbt'r . i WHALER'S
1_ 11tw uor city ordinance whlih! Florida candidates will rtihoner before . oo. JEWELRY STORE
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L B. i4itt: Mar . . 13ii
U f. I(JlIlNiIOIIfiIIn.< unfi|..-if a man to-h.*- a candidate for 1 i it i II over that campaigning i* an Ju y . . . . .

t I ._, -.....- -- '-1J--., ,..r., a '\\ hers he t.*<.omfn a seeker af- plppos \e luxury July . : .1' . . 11111.augu.t 14-.12ta Street. |

I M. i. 1011. MM.-'UMS i! ,Irv u III... ... he'waqts' it for the eniol1 I I -I' .. . . .. 13""

: C,.neJ .. tU p..:.rt..a..*'at tli.'i.jnortd. 1 iiivnt-i uf the JMWI'IIOII.' With him Its The combination of opponents, September. .1. 1. 25ktul.er. ; I'I

I t! s.s.osneclaNSatrr--' i f : : ,la liiiMnej*! matter an .. ith a mer- of nub Davis Is one line that if ( I'I .... .:. 11 b:;
'I''I'.t;;;. ;,;.,f*.pt ..... .bra.... hunt who U-lln Roods': or a newnpapWi loomed to be broken. tbl .' i,. mlw r .'. II 53; I < ---

at -}>s felted hut*> a' the I i"rmbcr bid 11 4" I 1- !
mike
"I\\ .. 1..1 i>iiipriuir tjho runs his paper to
: r" .e., : The "race question" ap'lI'al'll' to b- January 'MIS .. . 1144.. W.: F. MILLER t. CO.
i L..e:;,!....,.n.DGu..r. In.. i : l>\ nr! The merchant whip pays [ or I :
.Ii Important In the race I
plating part
1'I"1.atI.th..t.' Ins adverti imta and the office ties .r ;

i One-'t fc-ar. by-Xnthf lap. . : . .It'1i >, iii.nl.I lie i ladi to pa\ [[full rates aid for State' S hool Superintendent. THE DAVIS-TALIAFERRO CLUB I I !I |' (Svccttton I to Edwin lkh n.) ,

Six . ... 4.r . . i.:*> A "aft. plan'' I is to ha\e him |>ain ':'.li 1o l- An Immense, crowd took In the Jasper BOOMING., : Undertakers s.

Threij Months .". . ., 1.23:;i value. for I f might l>e defeated in the Embalmer
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-1-) candidates
This
"m tr" arded the ---- I
One Week, by C4r. er_ _. .!"> i iinir\ or convention or at the pot s. an excellent opportunity to meet (Continued from First Page) i 413.12th Street \
and then > HI would bare difficulty In I J JI JI
the voters II j Dan Hard.... A. K s..ltu.r--;
Tti Miami NCOMPARATIVE U (ofPtnl. v.-linn* a> - I ,, I l

Alter sing rakmade known oap14i' 1 I !'iitclj' not reason: .hjr a newspaiirxbould I, -I R. E. Chafer, J. Wilson, JItBURDINE
Hon. John R Johiwon f Suwanneecounty Gaston Drake. J. C. )Morford
tloa.TELEPIj deute its spas to Rloriff a
E.6-C8 andidat'e ban withdrawn/ from the rateII G. C KrlKwll. E. T. Cl.vatt. I

II I for the Supreme C. lrI. i He Perhaps '
'ILDING S A. Delrher, M. S. Sams.C. .
OFEd : METH 'OI-1 B '()u the I lade when a man becon eol ...
read the handwriting on the nail and C., G. Butt I.
and 43t T elfttreet.irwitd l a randidaU fur city or county hono *. i Wetzel I ,
i., .. sufficiently wise:,to art according R! U Mills H. E. Tuttle!
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!e Irt t.wiclL mentior the fart as briefly as ( I .
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ly. Ciaudt.fdlnr., 1C O. I
uml'ly the elf rt Watson :
MIIH| a statement to
OI3TAWCE8.T I.
I W. B. Russ Arthur Keller"red
'- r that John mith of the Kixirh Ward. Isis .
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.rte rt.mPeet I If Mr Hollow shall demonstrateI Rutter, i::1. D. Miller i i
mt Key audidat4 for the Republican nn nMnatxin i I +
Ts rip Mlusl '' for ':the ReHihliran Romlnatipn I! an fine qualities for State. Superintendent \.ouls Cole ; Bradley

i MIlMJtt ail.s !MI1. *> i i fur ooiiBty auditor That is n."..... ''If as he ha In other educational. ; . ,
ir' .. \ lat{ walks there will be no mistake In naming .. S. Bradford R. Whitn&ll I
Tt : US an* 1astadz .John Smith' warts further ant'ounce- .
as.rp '
t 17iw him aa Czar. SheaU' successor.Ftorldians Jas M. ThomiwonI .S. C. '
w 11IM Bravo,
s..t' | tiH-ii of his ambition he ;>a>s :or them
,. de pe I I j'
hue Mails 6artina. .. tt 'i'at il\'Tiifing rates When the prl- Wm. Reilly John Mills,
mtar (eta know] they have a safe Williams '. .
M < I iG. B. < D. Johnson,
WlBdwtrd pkcei.. Ill* P 4Ct.sfweos i I IIH.TI; or convention is held If the I Ta'lIaf..rro- .
)*!* ie77 aforesaid: John Smith receives the |" representative Inj I Senator ''J. A. Smith Frank McClellan. &
CSM MM %ntoal i one t conservative business-like J. W. Rogers.James E. N.
Jua I .... I1M art uoiniaalion. the public Is Informed Worley,
bar tM *a4 11 | and: Influential We doubt seriously
s { Newton C. R
Porter
/'e.dn. 4. IM who! John Smith is, of his occupation .
that they will throw him aside for oneI E' C. U
i, Mills.H. C. Oliver
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: QUARTERMAINJ.
and ifuLlic service, if he has had any. I :
1 who) Is radical and untried. W. Rhodes U. W.
04. Sik3lA.
r ,APRIL 19. 1 Then John Smith i II expected to do i \
ft. Coachman J. H. Pettys.'B .
'- the Mt. with perhaps a brief mention ,
Outside\ of the new (!) announcement \. H. I
Baseball j is now'king It has ever just before the election. In Ute mean- i Rotor, J. Hilliard, I II
e : of Jim Alexander that he Is a j Thos. K Roberts ,U L. I II
:: other'awn' skinned A m I le.t lime. If ho wants other notices ,be U [ Dodge. I
candidate for two thing*--Congress I E. Baker A. E. Sharnler
litely referred to the counting room
What Senator Taliafe&o tells you I |where the regular advert'alng. rate and matrimony i L the! Congressional : E. H. Rosa, : C. A. Ball.Harry Fancy Dry Good Notions Beautiful and Artistic i

tonight you ran depend lawn IU truth Fee quoted l&im. This I'-bullin.. ]and ".'',''II-bIDd..n" failed fo spring, any I R. J. Peck MoCovn, Neckwear also the largest dealers in Novelties,'
and worth) His record [in I sensations at the High' Springs meetIngj A. J. Einlx. ()t. W. Mattox.
the newspaper. ern the party paper, .
'Souvenir and
attests tbaBroward la a business propo ltloo. just' like !+I' i I R. H. Church, C. R. Johnson, Sporting<<; Goods. Complete line

I t. CotreN any other bu"lnew. The habit of glvf I I'' 1,1. M. Budd. Jno. C. Abernethy. of School Books., Polite and capable service. .
{claims to be a feood Now Prolj Wldeman has rnrhed to ,
R. B. EInic. M. R
lag free notice Is a curse to the newspaper I I j Kellum +
the his boss Czar
this be t r te can I rescue proprietor and It should be ,
will take more than his labored effortsto ,
that picnic 1 Salt .
gal up >d.Like I j A. R fugue, Cha J. Peacock ,
t stopp-
la schedule* tjo sail Hay: care Czar Sheats from being overwhelmed R. K. McDonald J. E. McDonald

the doomed man the candidates by the Holloway wave which Harry McDonald Graham W. King I Burdine & Quarterman
If you bavd never heardtonight Oiir Bob- la now sweeping over the State. I
:,I ran now almost number the Hays on Gf'O P. Bull, F. A. Bryan, II I ,
talk tarn bu 4 ifbf'D drat a I. I,
bit hand to that when the eierutkra I L. J Howell, John B. Goodman.
M *tparionj"great tjetween him. and the The farmers are for Frank Clark. "
will take pl.--M. >' la but I. aborttmeorr'r Job OmWl"c. C. C. Smith Twelfth Street. 308.MaR.EE .
.I am' Broward, a: d see which who la the only Congressional aspirant L
I c ker. C. W..t.rkamp.II. ,
, looks> the nest to! you. !' ) I 0 favoring a duty on Egyptian cotton .. 'tap r. R. L "'all,

; Jennings-Davis Is rontemIn i BI-PREMB. OOfRT DEeISI NSr and advocating Federal aid of R. Glisson, J.H., Glisnon.G. 1 I
A tlubj
public highways and the establishmentof
J. Jobnlll .
| I >ll. M. Richardson,
Pennarola. It rumors are cor-
p. Tall h.-. April !'.-The following rura free delivery system. J. A AdkiDI. F. H. Brown
t reet.yhat la combination! Why. li i
busk whoie tflt t.1I are recent derisions iof tb. SupremeCourt A. J Perry. Charles Prow \
Dee would 'thej 01 ;
I Even his bitter
: ;, enemies admit thatHon1 W. Perry G. J. Sullivan '
j
,, wlN!! lice* the flrek' Ib, be taadej, UarylK. Worley. al.. appeal I nts, ... Frank Clark In point of ability( G Nil.. TUo Wm. Robert I..

t. H k. Tuttle, receiver, etc. If superior! ) to, any candidate for Congress J. B. Padgett P.
JThJalght re should be a Ian crowd out tot' Dry : U ; apptjllee I H. Rolfs,
to hearjSenator\ TallaferVo and .-Dade muDt,. Motion to die from|this district, A.a..e want ,i w. 9. Graham
the most capable maa to succeed Bob
miss
tk 1 iether prominent speakers dlncuwiHellUcj. appeal denied. Worley jft Seymour .
t' julll! It Is and not like Mvr for appellants; S. L. Patterson.W. Davis why not give Clark the cordial ,: Hon. A. J. Henry la out for justiroof ,

..' aa i i Jubjeci II W. Erwln and George M. fcobblni support he deserves? the Supreme He la a goodman .f. . . . .. ... .. ... . .. .. .. .. . ... .
er gas bags Isad'' reeks would aJ \ I I
r i : Ilee. !| I ----t and If be Cou1) Justice be will
1t BR.O'S.
Franc Mr. Call was the first Senatorial candidate -
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i it.'predlctibg MrRae. Appellant, v*. Mary to his ', prove WloD..r.r ,
pay assessmentHe
campaign
depfrment nf ti. I t."ta..r appellee+Columbia {rounty KINDER LOU. GA..
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gave a check for tike amount on tb. I
IWo County Nis: nesls a sw.hihhsl4 Mot'or j.o dlKnles appeal granted. A,
banking house of 1. f. Morgan t $o. Bake
repalrer.. tJtat )>>ap.r I s the J. Heniy for appellant; Booker Gil This i j i I ;fOR .
give credence tq the report that ,
el' -u- of nette Mav forCorer- ten for ap|>ellee f fi I
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; the old gentleman Is being backed by '
erpor and Cu Sbeats for ta lIul'!" 1 i Fran* A Rum"II" al.. appellant. the United Stoles Senator Kinder Lou G
great Wall Street financier. : a i
I adept vs. Cltr of Tampa, appellee.-Hlllsj I I'I'I I ties. .I

j boru rotintT. Motion to dismiss appeal I ; i
J. Jams Ale ander at make r 1 denied, and briefs for appellants or- If Mr.praying Broward Is wise he will soon Vote For Chase & Haj-ney. Miami i
begin to be saved from his
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bubaa than a does tb t I Idfred led. F. M. Simonton and SolonB. friends. : Se11s:::: i '

Congress. I Isn't: II ely that be y' 1 Turman for appellants; John: P. I s I ,!

bare, nay better' s ID bl.fron Imt Wall for appellee. (Mr. Justice'Shark-! Sometime a 'I James P. Taliaferro USJLzi.ca.ex L: Ou Ox vtosi ;

arlmony than P tit for tile tbpeeltion. leford. disqualified, took no part In politician's boomj even I
,
i all Dade
{ : IB this State ta nipped by a frost aslateIn i i over County.
1r I : ,
of this
1 i : : disposition matter.) the season as May. : Whose name is commonly ..... ... ........ .... .......... ... ...... .., .-. .
I Ed William et al.. appellants I .
r zSenator'I! 11 sllj be b.f" -1
,1C N. W. Hackett. denied; motion ''I I --
to flfbt. aid 111111 hay IIOftlttbiDC 1af appeal I. '. able efforts In behalf of pronounced as
for leave to file brief. In behalf of appellants -
( # ns polltl<;a. It I. 0 be boprod | granted Evans Halle for | entire State will not be forgotten ....C....................,..........................
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devote Qlllf" i time to t pt ', for some time to come. A. I: i now i if it was spelled .
t "or' tpo $ l pellajhts: f'! A. Thrasher and W. 8.
boy badly 4C. D, Die f"I' aDd Rrootne for appellee.Juba I ', la position to do the most al It o> 1 Epicurean Restaurant

.1. t..Ji t 1rI. illttle me &10r or | M. Culllnane et at. plaintiffsin not,; likely the people will ,t dls I f

1 p.tl knows I about t before thl. pens, with his services.FQR .
,(. error ra Gerald Allen by next .I Toliyer"Special 1] : JOS* 12th StContinuous .

: postoin.e scand I has fWlN'lbI I' friend ,ff. defendant! In error._Duval / caNST IBLE.i i !

., rooai'b' Pee I. T ere la trooabie. county P
r tll+' any rite" and ..nra! of the A. W. Corkrell Jk Son tor petitioner* I for the. office> of Constable In - Ii,, ......--.............................................

r bare Aril lnspMd'orteced ()fr. Justice Cockerel. dlBqualinjri.i district No. 10. promising If elertMl to I ", i I
e'twllt.e.d. '
Mw to'' ferretbittb. .I i! took no part In the dlspoHitloa of III'' faithfully discharge the duties of said :I H .-- : _ _

-\"rt-.:\ anb It there may; I, matter >I> I. office.; i ( T,

betl tt op:. Ir :: o\I..b.\' A SL Jobn. NavlgatjoaCo. cI L. M. Nicholson. I I I I'I -L B. M. DAIM

,. I I4I'a a peltant, n. Joseph E. Lu u. applI. II I 9
II
< a C'PfUoIa wd I. Dad.ftJ .... Putnam f'OUDtJ. Decree at- POLITICAL CHAT. +j, I, pee Bailey

-_ ud MI.ml'w 0 .d rather p.4tbel firmed per cnrl.m without written The editor of this paper1' has *SWan B.iw.r.. ff.brrad.

: de II come to! than Senator oplaio Division A.) John E. .tadshal acre of ground upon which Is growIng j jI YACHTS. LAUNCHES SAIL & ROWBOATS
i o
TaI!at and Bob n. 8r ,There. curlnialr ) d E. E H..kell for apfIPllahr1: 1 I orange trees pear tree, toulUrrr :I Orerhaulinjr :and Repairing.: Marine: Railway.7011ATESUED .

frill be the, eel! to'' pay wbeng R. P. .lhouD and S. J. HUb.o for tree, Japan )plum grape vine, rose, I 1 ; > MIAMI FLA

at. e of ringste ...tPfdI"t. appealF. Illlles and .- .. An Investigation' I !

1_ .. There fa a veal .et awaitag (|1' 4 P. R. R. Co.. plaintiff la rij-I the other{day revealed the .Str&ordl- ; I i

tlera, roe v*. :Silas Kit, defendant In errof. '1 nary fact that the orange trees bad the I j

Y Bradford county. Judgment affirmed scale Insert and white fly: the pear '._" .

J.". : Graves spokes of as per ckiriam wlttout written opinion. ,I(i trees, the! blight; the mulberry tree*. I i.
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a Y. d.ey Pni, bUtt,. or III Division B.) Thomas'E.' Bugr. J.IEi. i CT destructive caterpillar; a ravenous'' Sale I 1" t '

ether,s.,nrds a rinsing Ate for Hearst I' itch and George P. Ranej for plaint ,J worm was eating the. leaves off the a 39pornrly car1os

ML Grpv.s I. a Soiitp Cllltt.man. iff In error: Alex St. Clair-Abrams and illlllea; a tiny Insect was stinging and '

tried 'Sid( .rue: and It H ItI be a great D. }t.:' Gornlo for defendant In error. i I I blighting the roses and the grape Vines I OFMen's I ( 6',? palm rotQI. I I':

tblDC tile south an! the good old V J. Gardner et al. plaintiffs la error I j I...... with millions of bl..... ,
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Einplrel Btst4. f'OUl jD a peure the .... the Teutonic Insurance Company J l mite Every tree and plant of l fajue''I SummdCIothing t + Comer ,\ : B aaJ 11th Street. '

1 berth;)' t ,candidly hoD..tl, webellevF of jNew Orleans LA. defendant In [ are being attacked by an enemy and It \ GUs. A. Muller. Proprietor

that} b4\\ stands as much show for ..rror.-pu..1 count. Writ of error takes the moat sedulous care to !keep +

F .b. oflbee as Willie leant,lot 'rr dismissed per curtain without written I them from being destroyed, hoc the I I Open all the

betas ,,Pr-t eolt. an Its (Irf'llf'l'llll opinion on account of defective certificate trees and the weed that are worthier ATCohen's. : year :
I I !
: known:'wber y w are t on that proposltfol to transcript of record. (DivisionR I apparently have Do enemy and are un Rate- per day aud up. Special; per week and to Comj !

Hartridge MarDonnell for ''molested. Turning from the i mtroial ... .
vegetable! j \ men. Larye: Sample K< tn ..._ ]

A 4t.Ma&1oe*1 .b41 1 .b. ot 0' day plaintiff In error' ; A. W. <'_knoll t tote animal kingdom how true the t i". (>. i inc MIX I| MIAM F L.\. ".
Son for nts la error. samel rale applies. How almost Impos-
b a party of Java I eattats n the \\'. B. Wynn' plaintiff In error ta. '1' .Ibl. It I. for a good man to escape . . -.-.-. . -*-.- .1
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-oolorof{ tb DUra. It was rlori.
W H. {defendant la error the shafts of envy, malice and slander 1
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to beat.; tide a IllIMor o mien 'oa t$. --- -::_ --- -=-t- -- .1
Jackson
(
( county. Petition for'Shearing see the shaft hurled at Senator Tallaferro r-----
Do i on knoll what coloe the
denied. J. C. McKinnon for peti ); but the worthless men line .y
,tars are? The sclent fle lafofmatkinoa tionek the Hotel
worthies weeds, escape abuse and Biscayne !
f the aabJed to that I he morel remote ''have |
to
seem
W. W.
Erwin of Miami. FU_ and W. DO "PIII'80 whenthe .
stars are oa a red order while t I
thoti4sorer 1
I 8. Broome of Galnesrllle. Fla, wee Ocala Editor" Is misrepresente.! I J
tb* eakk are purplish blur I from of'mter
admitted to prartkv la this eoart. i I and offensively. cartooned (see Fr i iI Open S. GRAHRM
Proprietor
Expert, tertlmUy M to |tb. "sloe +t I clar'. Star) he feels that he Is not a j Iwo to lal 1st. ; r- ,
dre4 visible liaWag' e' !'I I e
those 'worthies
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rea y HEAVY
FARM HORSE: for sale at a weed flourishing nn not Icedla Corner Avenue D and Twelfth Street
lead acaitat a brick waD slay; : lie I bargain; also Studebaker '--. J. '' the field: of I Florida Jouraall.m-( :, .

talaed tuna'rettala'eaadldate.' 1 )lay 4 11I 1 Merritt. Lemon City. FU. B.J'k I'Orate Banaer. J, j .. MIAMI I FLORIDA

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A FARING FEAT. i

HOTEL ARRIVALS. ii i
Harry Srjiaub Will Show How to E>- "The Ideal"

H. M, KING, cap From Submarine Boat. i -

Director I PION'EER '
and Embalmer.
Funeral 'f
B H Haley, Nest Palm Beath, Mm Chief Machinist!| Harry Schaub. of'
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1 tab 4\EftlE DPrenpt | | L. J. Chaw Minn G K. Chaae. J.V.. the submarine torpedo Ixtat i'orpoiae. I Special Sale of Seasonable

Attcstlo to Tstsararh o\ Tclcphimc (Ills. Chase and wife, M IL Chase Buffalo: has volunteered to be sent through the

I I \V S KhhlMHigh, Lockport. N. Y. Msss torpedo tube of the subaierKed torpedo |I Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices.

''I I May K Worley Miss Willie Hahn, bust to demonstrate that there Is such

Buena Vista, I). S Jones. Miami J. liKarrow an avenue of escape from a submarine j r

i ; S 1 Brate and win of Lake Mon'. I Port Lauderdale; B B Atkins. disabled and at the bottom. Belts! Beds! Ladies black mohair skirts sad

Carter The r cent disaster ai road |n which I i See the newest fad In ladles crush round length, gored,
who own a fine home on Arch Jack Orlando, Re* CV seven lap seamy

and who came down early last tombs.| Ojus.; YiBdi-unt C Searle. MtEdgecomb. English torpeilo boat weir sunk' by the,, hilts. ahtte. tan black, and mode Inverted plait; the regular $7.50 kind. 1

\ will return to their Northern England. J. D Bisr h. LJ J. an English turpedoboat was' sunk bytj! Skirt! Skirts![ I Special price . . .r i? .$500
the steamship Berwick Cattle and all
I tonight for the summer. Howell. Fulford.! : O. E. Robertaon.''Sfcw '1
Me orpedoboat crew lout has been a' [.adios seven gored. Sicilian cloth Lades SSk $.its. '
York, W B Mi*>re. Charleston; heater
of naval offlnre skirts. in unite( : all man Jailored, t
John C Jones, of Orlando, can Douglass Halleadale: S A. Witt. Jacksonville subject dimusulou among perA large assortment of silk lulU;

for States attorney Is in the ; J. M. Bryan, Jr.. H G Over- I j jKxpermAnts j feet fitting+ with seam flare; special I many styles and colon; all baadsom
I Pice.' . . .. .
j tried tome time ago -E) ... <
in the interest ,of his candidacy | Street E M key R. D. McLaughlin.Kitwimmee. } (8.001y trimmed and tailored
/ with dogs| seem to have shown that i 1 '
/f'' June Ix a bugler and loses no O. II. Plekett, Netr York. d
'eMape ran be made through the torpedo Corsets.
tr | >rtunitv| to corner the ally voter |j J. T Knight. report, Fla. | W. ABaton. / I
i tube and Commander Frank F.
his lair'' and in nearly every In Jacksonville.! S, I Ladlei| C B Corset No. SOS, made 3fL
; Fletcher commandant of the torpedo
he makes a friend II I SAN CARLOS i q best quality Batiste: this corset gives
s : | I station at Newport R. I.. F iclievei that
3 Mr and Sirs. E. G Drown Boston; the correct, erect form.
1 ax a torpedo tube Is eighteen Inches
I
I O LaFontliee.( city editor of the C. F .McCullom. Tampa: Jan O'Donjncll 1 Special price.$1,:5
in diameter end as the av< rage man Is
Timeti-rnion, Is in the city John J. LynrU, New York, 8. F.
only fourteen Inches arrr4* the sboul- No. S47 Warners runt-proof cjorsetj 1
having come down from Jack Flllls and wife Atlantic City Mr*. AJW :
derv. a sailor could early make his Is a corset that gives the utmost satisfaction
'" for the purpose of meeting Bu ie. TituivllH.: M. W Ahrand
i way through the torpedo tube and to 1' both for correct shape and
Taliaferro and party and ac New York Mr. and Mrs. ci A. {'
it. I the surface bv his own Uiojancy.Srhaub. wear I I
panytng them on the r itinerary nrownell. Detroit; )Ir.. H E. Wlllard.Homouuisa. '
who Is an ei) rt swimmer, .. .. j
the East Coast. Mr L .Fontlwee Ir Mr*. ids Rotnltx. Shobav- | ; Special price ... .. ft 09I
11 is sure the feat can lie pe formed, and
of the bent known yot ng Journal I'gan1'l... E. A Purdy, H S Hewitt, '
will be the Unit
man loin it daring
in the State having* been con Pajtnna; John M. Geddes. William-: !

with several Florida papers for i| port. '.. Coo. Zapf. Writ Palm ; off the Newport coming tests of thenubtnmrine' boats ;//1ipst:_

of >ears. He wis also in the Beach K. Hauwemann. O Sett aM.J : w
Natal officer believe 1 Ir4Wed the case ofily i
In Cuba during tl e Spanish- ksont tie. I II
the English submarine bwt that he I
STRAII4T (
RANT
war, War T Conklln, New York 6 A. '
I with water so swede that even
McKlnnon, city, James F. Mead Jack-
Looses Waist .
the means of escape thropgh the torpedo t Shirt *

| and Mrs iC. Foi g, accompa> sonvllle. I tube was cut off. One hundred waists, all sizes, all \ i

) by their frii-nda, Mr. and Mrs. H. I| BISCAYNE- j jEdm the latest styles In lawa. madras and \

Davis and Mrs. You g, returned I In E. Wetherbey and wife. few FISH AND GAME WARDEN-We I Batiste; only a few of each style: '

DKbt from a week's ( rulse among York; O Perkins and wife Caro, iMrs call attention today to the announcer t worth $2SO and 1300. We offer to

keys. In which the went down i L. Adam*. Bethlehem, Pa.; Miss Turtle, j I I I meat of Captain Ed A., ,'''Graham for I else at. each

far as Jew A.h Creek. hey caught Nassau; \\'. 8. Davis and wife. Miss M. |1 the. office of fob and game warden of Ladles Japanese silk skirt waists

and varied per mans of the 1 H Davis Galveston; Mr*. Harry Harn-' Dade county Captain Graham has back and front tucked and trimmed

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tribe and had a ir *t pleasant I lair con and none, GalvettOu. filled this position for the past six with largo Blnhop sleeves; a waist that T

reg. Two large sharks were graln- Leo B Fletcher, Murkden. Mich.; months, and Is well qualified to exercise will waoh. Special.12.48 \

[and j pulled np alongside the boat .Lewia C Fletcher Atlanta; B. T. fcalJoway Its duties. Heretofore the office I Ladies shirt waists, same as cut -' r

shot. A large whip ly was also Washington; John Coney and has been appointed by the county ,,
LA- i trimmed with lace; back tucked; new '

ared' and apt led. wife Cincinnati, O. commissioners, but It has been made sleeve, with tucked cuff. Special.. .... ...1 ..$2.00I
BAY VIEWC elective, hence Captain .Graham's
announcement
; $ aid Mrs. J. S. Ingrkbaro. of 8t A. Robertson New York; Archie | I !
p E. B. DOUGLAS
I accompanied by Mrs Me- Bell Cleveland; Ellison J. Harris. Jr.Maverhlll. ,

sinter of rs. Ingraham, are Mass.. J. T Doraldson. StAnguHtine. WORK OF THE SENATE.
31O and 312. Twelfth Street.Worldfs .
at Palm Beact In their handsome t
| I Effort Will be Made to Keep Appropriation
Enterprise, Captala'Ed Graham
r | A "WARM TIME"Cut Bills the Front
to
mand. Mr Ingraham Is down

with th< Flsgler party, but will Fair Rates
Bodies and Sore Heads ReauR of Washington April 15.-There win
to Pacoming m Beach tonight and
Negro Picnic Yesterday. be an effsvt to keep appripriatlon bins
back he e tomorrowwith his
The colored excursion to Bear's Cot 19 the front all the time daring jthe "Via,
by easy route and not I
I yesterday resulted In a "warm time" present week In the Senate, and to this

I ( i ng Miami before the latter part before the day was out and there area end the sundry civil bill was taken non The L. & N. R. R.
| | week. Thecruise;; la being taken
I < l | number of sore heads and gashed convening Monday. When It Is disposed
I I Mrs. Ingnbatt's health, which has
bodies about today aa mementos of of the pension appropriation bill I : I.Fi I.
kreatly Improved.
j the trip will be pressed, and It is hoped the
t-class Excursion kate from Jacksonville to St. Louis! and
j A* was told yesterday the excursion general deficiency bill then will be returns

John Rrn owttter. who left here was carried over on several launches ready The Senate leaden are apprehensive hcginr\ >g April 25th; ticket old daily.

1 San ,DiCRO ralilornls some time and the houseboat Seminole, the Intention jof the effect of consideration $44.55 return limit Dec. I5'h. $33.90 return limit''' 60 cIar $27.So<
writes that be has engaged In the
k being to have a quiet day's outing of various bills In the calendar, and return litrit 15Sp busine: In that city and will
his home there. We fear Mr and picnic. ,This program started out are exercising their Integrity to keep < vial Coach Excursion $20.95 roan I trip: Rct rn limi' 10 Java
j well, but there was bug [ them In the background. There
Juice along, are
is j comlng a little vain from date of Mlc. Tickets sold only oil Mar inth and! 31 st
and plenty of IL Many hip pockets some features of the sundry civil bill
| mature ve ITS as both his letters Corresponding low rate from otter points f
( contained a botle and before Ue contents which will cause discussion, and It Is
and tk'velr" .*e M'n et- +' h
-. cuts of'bis features On each ( of each bad been drunk, the fun believed that it will hold attention The L. 4 H. Is THE BEST LINE to Si Louis.

basilCoaaty began to brew and ere Ue day was out during Monday and Tuesday. The pen
of the cuts i Ora the legends "Parle For vh lulev, Jleepinjj car i rc srv ietion+* or further information
i there had been fight Innumerable, and sion bill l probably will! cause some dls- '
ilse" and "P-xr1 Itallano." ;de-
all linquttlc accompllshmenu. it Is Bald that but for the rood Judgment l j cusslonj this year.If write to

-onowittsr has developed a flow- and cool-headedness of some In opportunity Is offered Senator J. M. FLEMING, C. L. STONESla

) ,b and and' his picture looks very the crowd, there would have undoubtedly Hanvbrongh will endeavor to obtala Past. Aft, 206 W. Bat St Jaekionvflle.i 0. f. Aft. Lonjrrin.
| rope. been murder.As consideration of the Indian agreement I Ibills.

I It was several were badly cut and { 'Senator Fairbanks also stand

1-_ -- ----- -r- I ja number bruised and battered. The (,' ready to seize the first chance that

I disreputable conduct of some of the 'i offers to press his' bill for a nevi exeeI BUSINESS LOCALS.aflascwj .

0 THE BAY.j 1 parties1 U neatly deplored by the bet- j I ntlve building In Washington. 1' ;

ter element of colored
| people, one old
darkeyj 'i | Wt HM Tennessee ream la all our
) ( | remarked "A slayer and whiskey EFFORTS TO RETOVEh SEAR j
j auxiliary y; cbt Jupiter Captain am sure a foot" BODY 'j Ice cream and also have the plain

carried fishlfg) yesterday a prom- ( 1 j All the lighthouses and stations on 'i i cream on sale at ta Blscayn Drug
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Hebrew am his wife, who bad LEGAL PAPERS I I the Atlantic Coast will be Instructed ,
e lurk tliak The papers Oil Cloth, all colon, We per ys .
good the same parties following were filed for | to look auk for the bodv of Louis 'E.I '
out again todav. The catch yes record t la the clerk's office, circuit court I Sean wb4 fell overUwrd from the i 1 at The Racket Store. WIM ,

] consisted of,i tmberjacka. group- I today: I I steamship Martinique and was drowned If you want Ice cream that U gnod a.
: etc. Deed to homestead grant United
February IS. while
} on his way from
I j I and pare bey It of the Biscayne pmi
j j .t. States to Philip Simmons In. section Havana to Miami, Fla. ;Instruction (Company. They u*> Tennessee ei ram "Hotels and families pan buy genula

Thorn of the Barracuda-. !5. township 49. south of range 42. ko this effect have been sent out by 142 Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drug

th< lace lest fisherman la east the lighthouse department to the lighthouse Company. lil

about Mia: il. For Ue past sev Warranty deed. Lawrence E. Jeffri-s loiinectors | FOR SALE.-A first-class sail l lI oat.ISO..

l weeks a umber of boats have and wife to Joseph Ramsdell for (ISO It wa expected the body would come j built by an expert and worth ( Pure Tennessee cream on sale aft

[ down ndtaa lot 12. block IL North Miami. asbort on the Florida coast I Blscayne Drug Conptav. 141
at Key and other as a bottle Will sell for ITS. Apply to this ojQc*

{on the I >wer coast la quest of Warranty deed Joseph j Ramsdell put overboard bv the captain of the 1 1209.

but ns TV a fish have they Lawrence E. Jeffries, for $150 lot 12. Martinique In the location that Mr I FOR RUNT.-Two new, nicely t

1 Charlie' went down the. middle block 4. North Miami, Sears was lost, drifted and was carried !| W* has bread boxes for your bread. Dished cottages. Apply to this ofilee.

t| week and the first thing be did Notary public commission May Rob- arhore by the gulf stream on that I I The Racket Store.Headquarters 202.

land over icron for four years. roust The relatives of the j
t a beauty measuring drowned I fancy fruits '
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groceries,
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Alignment of Splendid Square Piano In good r*
[ in I en nth. The next day he I mortgage Thomas than have offered a large reward for i tc, at Wilson Fly*'*. \ 1
Cottlgn to Dade County Title Insurance the of his pair, for sale, very cheap Mrs. B. another, and on the same di: recovery body. r
a third which managed to get and Trust Co, south flfty-flve feet 100 TOMATO PICKERS AND TEN Beck 1M

of.oU! 1 and X. block !7. Miami. Con PACKERS wanted at ones by Easter-
after' having been played for som< sideration SOOO.Warrants I The State pow wow of the Red Men. { ling Brothers Cutler Fla t ,UO OFFICES FOR RENT-Single or aa-

and towing the boat quite a dis dee*. Fort Dallas Land jrhlch will be held In this (city next I suite; see McAllister-Beck, real estat*

Captain and naturally Thompson feels returned Co. to Jasl W. Chan* for $240. lot S Month will be one of the most Inter Des rmc* room for rcpt Inquire 330 1-J Twelfth Street, Miami Fl*.

very block S3, Nona Miami esting meetings ever held In Tampa. of Dank of Bay B'seayn
over his luck While the Red Men have not been organised Miami Conservatory of Mad

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Warranty deed, James W. Chase, et
In this State Pleasant Sleeping! Rooms $a ay Franklin Coleman Bush Dlrsctor.KS .
j ux. to L. T. Townsend for 4.700. lot b. a* long as many
| sloop Zorti Is down the bay with block S3. North Miami
( ( aboard. She pent out i ester-- Warranty deed. and, have a membership of the very For rent at summer rate*, sirs.K. I
Smiley M. Tatom
| best .,C. Beck. 16 !REE .
I I and wife to Chaa. Carroll personnel la all cities. The representatives
and P. C.
1 I . There are many young people I m
who will from .
Clark for SI and other come the
little '' valuable consM'erations. -, various FURNISHED HOUSE, Miami and Dad county Interested 11 t
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f lodges
do'ngj on the bar to- lot 11. block throughout the State
M. North Miami' oa Tenth street, for reaL Apply M learning book-keeping and stenogra- >
i C Ice 4 seat month will
contrast
T to that of San- Mortgage. V. a. Bell represent the highest
i and wife
to phy. and the
| i this offlc Metropolis proposes ta
T< yesterday when the water wan 1 Tropical Horn* Improvement type of Florida's citizenship and Tsnpa .
Co, for, make It possible for two of them to
I rally alive with boats and plea- i! f MM. lots 1.113 and 14. block 1. BOM'S I tl > will welcome them gladly and see FOR RENT. STORE ROOM, have a chance without the cost of a.
r 11tI Isnb-dlvfaloo that they an have a good time la
f lot >,section 3t township' [ opposite post-offlc BOW occupied a, single dolls For full details of tb
t 1 this work
wlj
I 6S. Tampa as a whole feel
mouth-of range 41 east I | a bicycle store. Apply to Z22 Thlr- plans see Ue sixth pare of this papet.
f tug Kathleen. Captain il. John4ouod proud of being able to
{ Warraety deed. Hans, C been to A. I participate and teeath street W
l> from F >rt Myers to Jackie D. Fort for 1200.'twenty-three acres ta render assistance to the local lodges. BIDS WANTED.Tenders .

i will probably j get away from section !. townkhlp 38. south of range Tampa T'ribuse. CARE OF HOUSE I NTEDAsyone are requested for the delivery

I his afternoon or tomorrow morn- 41 east desiring to aavj their furnished oa the beach at Cap Florid la vlda-
< r the latter 1 lace
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although she VOTING CONTES1. horn eared for during the summer, for Ity of Old Town South Point sad
ting oa wood ani another Wew. FOR FISH AND GAME
; ) WARDEN Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolis the use of a portion of th* same. may wharf, of twelve hundred tons naUva-

IB ) her skipper la finding' difficult I hereby announce myself a candid can aid some deserving young commnnlcat* with "H" safe o( aUtropolla. rock la pieces not under fifty pond. t'
; ate >for; the Boston of Fish
and Gam man and womaa la securing a b.sin.ar Work to bed act later than May tit.

COWS Warden of Dade county subject to the edwcatloa by Wag Ue ballot to which tad completed by August lit 1M4.
FOR SALE. Good actloa of the Democratic
'' 1 praty." primary they art entitled M payment of MBvrrtptioM. ]flaw( Conservatory of MavJe.FraBina Rejection of any and all bids reaerv**
; or milk. Call at the Blscayac electloa
j Mar l ;f%(
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Read ov offer oa atztkpaga. Cotemaa Bwk. dlretor. by R. M. Muaros.SO .

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M.u.REDIIIUTYI! GREAT FUTCRE. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooon

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:>laiaroif i Known and r T Aldmtred I .by Oft |for Industrial South Development I In tbe Bush & Safford_ Piano Co, ib .

AmeNetin XevyThe
Beers of
A I I' 1 The South will be tbe destination of 'I Jntorntratetl. MOOUOIIOI

i new* of -the death of Admiral thousand of new Industries within Ssl neIre: I eatatyes 1
the next five years, according to Horace J (Clubbing) Rates.
{jilakaroff! caused a profound sensation; J I : Stem, &y 8r S==--'s" New Ycra.merO .I -
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!Iin[ BaTal circle of jibe!I United St tea. of the Nashville Chattanooga and ,': = P1"r. C0 73ost0a. 8

[for any be other waa Russian prob.blyibet4er naval officer known i Phi ban III St Louis railroad. Mr. Smith was In ,I Other: High Grade Piano! and Piano Plajer .

F ;(waa 'bi-can**.of the! 'fact that he had Louisville yesterday on the way to New Pianos from $225 up); Cash or easy (lta)'mentsTun.. 1

(visited the United/ $.& .. ta m ,4.! : York, where he was called by business'of riinjj! and, Rel'airinA;: fe"v bar aihin slightlyused
and also commanded' th" Ru ilai i '! his company. He was one of the pianos. Ii The people of Dade County will want all the news
1 Open e\eninys. ;
North; tvarifl<; puadrn, whi 1th A erkajj |I of an industrial tad Immigration bu- of the elections
him Into freqnen contact : y.O'OOOOOOOOOOO, :a: ,
navkl Om..nlOR| tho wa er*. bas for Its purposes the attraction of "I
and' sometimes Into Ame r'&n jjortt capital and enterprise to that section r- I
; I of the I. composed of the National! State
on the Wee| coast.H CentrzllvLocatcc and County
lTb.. urn fal; opinion 1 J. t .t >lakaroff i| trame the principal railroads ThePiofieer 'i !
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wa an'officer that accomplished>> Mr --=:.r -=
scienl I
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a taallar. j being thoroug I
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.1 flc'In biifiethods: ,, aad of more tan r Smith I': E. A.FOPSELL PROPRIETOR j The
; Metropolis
usual InteQigeace} ; and ol physicalpreseac I "The the. association has ( >
gafe been more successful 1 even than we bad
him i splefldidpo
; which a { :
of com! mane j In matter ofperJutaal 'i| expected It 1 I. still young but the a- I : j I las perfected arrangements hereby it can offer
of I Its officers are man!I. I such attract rates for various
'i complishmenu
bravery" 1 e ha9 t1l1' :superior RATES $2.oo TO $1.5o PAR DAl itLJf 1 newspapers c
When A ..ltal' 3 lakart jrbled| the :1' test In tbe nature and the finmher, of 'I i 1I that there should be no excuse for people remaining -!* C

junited, States at be dite ,I named: efwsnt i j I i new factories which bate 'been brought i te 1 Corner A\rnue B and nth, street I II 1I I in ignorance as to'the happenings of *
to the South In the past year The
to) ".port.11 he'nte' A<1lrwi I a1AMIFLA.i the year.
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", Taylor,, }adr I>!Ita l i Converse stUu section is thoroughly: advertised I, I
r and while It
*' Srnoolpt 1. through the association
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C tnve}ve lay!i that frog the first is a new conception for the develop Captain :Dallas' Duncan Saturday Vanilla Curoanut J lisaes-For I I .

to last he aho.edlth" highest IIP.el'll' neat of a country's resource' It Is an bunked one of tbe largest sharks to be vanilla 1.1...anl rat 8 eggs ; 9t RATES.

of obw nrattoni 1 a id he criticise In- |!,unusual success. 1 caught 'In this section for many years until frothy idd graddkilvoone pound
"We from thousands ... .... ,,
are getting .
telHgetJUy every dVtail ,r the profess : letters He wad fishing oil Town Point for gar w;ltb: :/ been sift fe 1I..d.
ofl making moke en* powder for the I of real estate and financial men .I Sturgeon: but Instead caught: the Immense with one tea> navy which! was tie being developedat In he various section: of the country shark wblrh I I. known an the Itar Beat unto stiff and as white an *J On*i Year
the ewport naval station and the capital of the North will be leopard: variety The big: fellow' ,wbrn (snow Drop by siuunfuN oil white paper J J and
At that time tki stalon was making pouring Into the South within the next I finally 'landed measured fourteen feet { on a board Dust thickly\ with Times-Union $1O.OO
smokeless powder the shape of long: tr* year taster than ever before" i, from tip to Up The Jaws were cutout IKIW tiered sugar and,bake on the board |i J Ja Daily I;

.trip* which' were arranged like fagot ,I and preserved and are of such dimensions 'Yin: quick oven They are(done when J I'
la (the Cartridge .I aseil This form i* The great automobile \'meet at the that a small sized flour barrel hard and of a lip, fawn f olor. For I J Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
I ,Ormond-Da tona flea.'h during the !: "
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I n w In {oaejla the Russian and French > 1 can be passed between them when cncriannt kisses add bite cupful of grated -
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{ Just ended will be duplicated I* Weekly Metropolis with Times-
\ .t"'". Iud there are alga of sy dls- season open. The stomach of the shark tcon- etwostut before dropping the mixture Semi-Weekly
I posltloa OB tiie! |>art of the Vtalted In St Augustine next boats winter instead with the of tamed a duck a lot of beef bones ant on the palter, I '!;R a, Union i 1- $2.00
difference that auto ,
State 'navy to ret irn to its use It was | some refuse.-Pensacola Journal,
machines will be the attraction With Atlanta Journal twice a week
land C -
12.25
I abandoned prlncl 'ally because of tbe i _e._ ROBBED. THE v E.
difficult* of dryln ( the stripy so MM to : An organization of a Motor Boat Astfioclation SSATi2 With Weekly Palm Beach News $2.00
was perfected here a teat A CHEAT \. ,
keep. thenj from warping; iMakaroff i A startling Incident U tarraled by
: das ago with a membership numerjItally I '
Inqulied bow these (trip John of follows
Oliver Philadelphia
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and of the highest preeJ.1'tl I
strong There wa a big sensation in Lees
were dries straight aad Capt ICon- i Old subscribers must all back dues before
this Dr. A. Anderson was chosen'prehident. Till*. lad. when W.IL:| Brown of that : MI. I awful condition .!Ii pay theycan
him that wa acompllshed -
Terse told almost
with lifflcul, ,* by pladtig' Major Louis McLaln vice- ) place who wa* expected to die had : My akin was yellow, eye sui.k- '11"D. take advantage of these offers and cash

J weight* .on tlem'whiip drying president, and Mr V.'. W. Dewhursisecretary : his life,: saved by Dr. King's New Discovery tongue coated, pain continually In 3 in advance must accompany all orders for
j procejJ ,ak'I'; and treasurer. Next winter for Consumption. He writes: these combinations.
aroff hl back and ,
Xpl r sides no appetite growing Wweaker
I.f'dJtb.t in tbe association will give one of tbthree |-I endured Insufferable agonies from I -
better. It forming t te ,
day by day. Three
physiciansbad
great'national motor boat tournaments j Asthma, but your New Discovery gaveme ADDRESS
trip with a small oI.1n| one end a id I '
from which will attract the attention Immediate: relief ad soon thereafter glvn D up. Then I wai advised H
hanging It while drying one of
; of tile world. The asaoclatlo effected a complete Mire." Simi- to use Electric Bitten; to my joy the .!II
many thousand, hooks| in Mltal tie
'practijned | will promote motor boat racing I lar cure of consumption, pneumonia, first bottle made a decided Improvement 1'1''
i building The plan la oduy Miami
I I Florida and St. Augustine will be th bronchitis and grip {Tare merous. I continued! their use for three .!Ii | Metropolis.
central point Entries for the big even] It's the peerless. [remedy for all throat week*, and am now a welt man. I"ill .
4 J4ha+ Temple Gravel wants to[knowWb will reswDT foreign ooontrie*' I and long fouble Price 5< e and $1 00.. know tiey)J! robbed the t:rave of another I M I

.,. '" tide devil Parker tor Th que*- and this dtr will ndowltedly (Guaranteed by all druggist' t *. Trial victim t No one should fall to try f
s tktt vtd no doubt be'answeredBt t the thronged during the to.raameatAugustus. g bottle,trn. them. [Only 60 cents, gmaraateed" at" "Nfl.I'

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Hr LOCAL TIME ARD No..53. |: In :Effect Feb.IIS 1904., Notice .U' hereby given that the undersigned one and the same person. The name Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned :
Intend to to his Excellency.
apply of the officer and director who are intend, to apply to the Hon1 -

N.Td Ovf-au HWL HOaTNIOVNk-IUI Of.a William S. Jennings Coy to conduct the business' of ta corpnratlon 1 orable Minor S. Jones Judge of the Ii Iti WADDELL'S \

p.,N a.. u a*.*! Rini ITATIONI.N..tl N..OE I I.. Tt .. .74T49 IN lp I rnor of the State of Florida for Letters until thoM elected a([ the first | Circuit Court off the Seventh Judicial i I

D U, Doty. D.t.r. D.t17, "q. .1.oaJ., I naU,. L.iy. DNy.o Patent on the proposed charter. election shall be qualified ate- Thom Clrcjit of Florida within and for Dade Guarantee is a

-,.,. c uu .. TU.LT J.k...".'. 'I| Si, a : I I ,a |. ....- hereto annexed: u Conllgan.' president Ed.ard' Burke. i county for said' Judge' approval of !I Ii Written Contract" S
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.. .. ,. .: This 24th day of February A. D. 1J04 'lbe e4 Charter hereto annexed. ,
111 1111II t *a M AUru.Un. ] "< 4a' f. I 3 1w p tint vice-president; John Olive propo
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10 17 u .!. a', k. t '*' \,* Mai' sits U1t Hip ....... BURKE. second vice-president; S. L. italtw.n. upoa :Monday, the 18th day of April. ;, t #
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F. OLIVE.
.. .-. UC5It 11 Op 'I. 14. Ar.ra' tt L. .... .. yp ...... secretary and treasuie'; an I Thomas 1 X. D. l3! /t, at Titusrille. Florida He it
) 1 13 U 44. I u a '..Palaiat. v ....1' Ti.a 1 $1 4 UpTUp .... THOMAS COSTlCAS.I Cmot .n. Ed*ard Burke, Jiha F. Olive Dated this 10th day of March A. D. :, lot. fS
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TMpII s .va MLlll ..." ..,'ieo Art 7u.I I" t M a TISptllp ....... LlPacterson j .C- putt you ca top

__. ... .. ... 11 tt p --.J. IA.. II.' ..." .I.. ... '-....... .. \ S. L.: PATTERSON., f.I shall tt>nstim] the bw,1 of;:, directors I L. F. ROBINSO.'. $ by telling you it the Sf

.-.... "-" .....:. ... [ '".'.. .j... .... 4 tl (, | The organization ar-) lint annual M.{ :LEONARD. I II s bottom.

--.. llrIJ'H 'i 11 Cltill Sep i.'47-' :..:.lIn..oI..I":: ..: "7 I'al 'S i'.. J i'PE 4 ti4U p .. I CHARTER. !|I meeting t f tl.t stoxkboi t.I shall beheld I t. F. OLIVE. I S Caa ..uppJW' ,.
.... U14 Illy 1. ... .. a,,,,.. .) ''llU 4M* E ......: The undersigned persons, Thomas the first i.: A. HART # lire tie J'OU dt. i''
.... .. 4'rp ..I. ..Pu"CI ...w. I. :1. .._ on Monday In April. AI to buy or real property
Ills 1 11 p x _"i..W *. ,,3 u 4Mejpl I Mpl ::.:........ Cotitigan. Edward Burke John F.OIlTew. i D. 1904, in the city of Miami Florida. I (;HAS. H. GARTHSIDE.'I $ /*. otter M yours rtgir&ag be* i >
...... .... .l..tl.k ,1111111... .. ... .. .... I I S w uus ii S'
lu lfit> : 11 Mp ....Tit..llkt. II 10 a II. I jpij. .Jpl3 ,..-.... W. Erwin and S. L. Patterson the principal place of business of ''I --.- ctllwty.S i
.. .p e. .*....... ..... .. ....... CHARTER. I I |
1'" hereby associate themselves totethei1 : c.JJ.M
10 V N..0.. .. .. .... ..... said cowpanyif! at the office of Cra- .I sees >
.. ... w / t7 41)11., .: .. 147P .:..... for the purpose of becoming Incorpor The underpinned persons. C L. F. I i
_.... .._... I U 1 U p .* .rn.. 11t'l> ...... > 4*......... I ham Patterson .t Erwin; and there-. : E. A. WADDCLI .
.r ... .-.. 1 Up. .Illan. .. .... ..... .... ated under the laws of the State oFlorida t I Robinson T. 11[:. Leonard J. F. Olive ,
.. -. I Lu. ....... .. 1t4t.. ....... I Febru-ary A. Hart and Cb'as.' H. Carthslde. Real I..t... tsroneatlui ...... a x
.. 417 TtJptta / IIItip : : If.t.r.._ Of upon 11 Mp ....... of each and every year. f fE. $ CoIkct_ Aaeae).

-.... .. :a :::: ::.., Eilra., :::: I .::::: 1 l: *U.tJlu4aj. :::...: :::::: { The following lit the proposed charter The oncers and board of director 1 hereby associate themselves together $ Office: First \ll. But 'fiu! Fu.I !I

:... .. .. Uo .. ..,J..t..a.. .... Ill I.. ...... ........ ....... for the intended corporation: for the purpose of becoming incorporated .
.. .... ...:... .:..LftuH ..n ..... s, ..... ...... ....- of said corporation shall be elected at I
., .., .f.. r UPS3" ........ .. .l. IXnnd.. ... s3-..... ...._ Article One. The name of the corl 1 under chapter;; 4898 of the Act "' ''''M''''''''''''''''
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..-.y.... ..... ... .. .. HM JupltrrP 715P .... ... the first annual meeting of the stockholders I
*. 41 U5' 4I 3 W >ln B..rh t 13 t- 10l3p 'JA 1..e01li p I poratlon shall be the Dade County and at each annual meOni of A. D. 1901. of th, Laws of FloridaThe

ss SS. t Ut.. /Up .1Wp.. ...ram.. IW&ah.. .. 'C; p U tip.... .aa .. Title Insurance and Trust Company!! ; following U the proposed char I TWO IS BETTEH: THAN"ONZ-
.. -. ... ..... 1 33) ynba. icl p .. 11. I t I of the stockholders thereafter or If In I,
r. .. .. .... t14 ....... f
-+ ,}. I Up .._ .11)1, Ir.7. 111' .11. with principal offices Dad ter for the intended society and club: --
....... UIip ....... 7i'lA r.rlal. eii.ii .... .IV at Miami. [any year no regular antual mH'tIlefor 'I Ut'rt''' .
111.3 ... .."..;r". JUh ....... MuJ1s.'i1.. .... a .' ....... i pJ.!! i County. Florida I I '' held t I Article 1. The Dame of the society I, r"adpn: You pointer for the atwl'OLJa
in* .ls..o.City .d... j i for any cause be they shall te I want to save money
I. ""II SON tUl'i I40 A. ,Vrmt v t .i.S: iNs. IHTnlu > Article Two. The general nature of ': elected at the next meeting, of stockb' ; and club shall be Miami Gun Club, and we know bow to help you. We.can .

the buslnesklto to be transacted shall with principal office at Miami: Dade flx It to you pay a |little more tbs
4.!tel slof a4 Uti''.. wtwra UBM Ii sot ihowm.Condena I )folders thereafter called for that pur I the price of one paper and get the two ,
the Insuring the owners ot real estate pose. county FloridaArticle I you want. The price of the Daily
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.4 Schodnle Betoreenj Jacksonville and 8t Augnatin. mortgagees and others Interested Article Six. The highest amount o* :. The general nature of the 1'imel'nion and Citizen hat recently

object of the corporation! society and uern reduced to the following prices
t In real etttate, as owaeis. Incumbrancen -
JAcaso.VIUI M. r3 ..7tOt Nw Nr.iSt N. 43 ..3lih1 N. 0 F N..O)+ Indl'btt'dnt'uh.rb'this company may Three
lOt club shall be the development and perfection wontb . . . I 1 M
TO IT. aUCUSTINCtT. Drt17 Lauy I Ii Dsiil, Lair I 1.7 I. .. I Irly: L.Uy K or'Otherwise against loss by I.t any time subject !Itself Is one-half |'I MX month. ... 100 '

A v.Jwk.saTt l._.. T i* *t *| i* si ]r ''H 30 tS o pi 300p''| 5031.1 t'6 p I 531pAr. reason of liens, incumbranres or defective -!I of the amount of Its then fully paidIn of skill on the part of the club'smembers I One ye r. .. .. tot
.a4 Aara.UN.. 0 NA, lit* aj u at ii Di 30 liOp! 400p! 011 p 0 3l p 0 3/ : titles;) the loaning and Invest capita stock. In the art of wing and tap I Ihoo.ing. 1 I We! propose to send you both th.

AUSUTri N.30t I..S24'N.' N.. 2 N.. ML 44 NLS sotto. 70+''N.T0MCxONt7U.L 74s 1, log of money]upon securities upon its and also the entertainment I Daily and Sunday! Timet-Unioa: aa4I
Daly tr 7 icily Lul I a tLL ( Laaly L.tyIv.OLaaguatlM. 'I' Article Seven. The name and re.- i Citizen and the Mrraorous for'
iU7 iiri sty I own aecount.1and j as agent or trustee of clubs of similar kind and of members I :
: Idences of the Incorporators of the: Six I II! .
e* 4 TN. TM 11 in .1.1Itp :111* 4S0 tJ 0/0.1 OPOI Ode p for other persons; Acquiring, holding amount of such clubs In friendly contests i One year..t tit
AT. J.ek.a.TU1a.4 M 0 N a N !l!40 pl II* 100 ] 711p( } i0 p 741p \ company and the of capital I We will r::
using leasing. improving and disposing 1 of 11.11I111 wing and trap shooting; and { send you the. Ae'mi-Weekly
stock for
subscribed by each
are aiI
Time-Lniun
of Drorty. real and also' the giving of prizei to person | and Citizen and the
The following JAM Through Pullm in Train: I penoDaI.I I follows: Thomas Co tlPb. New York Maraorous : _
EUTtlN. TIAMt | MEriRM Turf th accepting and executing of trusts competing In contests of skill at wing I
.%*.tl sn4 ta-iNcw 'ork. .> .... I ..i !-*> "".... Palm Limited t**. tl IM tt-irkirwo and Fiorkto L/atd I pursuant to orders, Judgments and share; Edward Burke. ,; New York City trap shooting. | ODe year. . . .,. . I 01
a*.41 M* 44-H..fco.M p1.nd. Unlw fill 17 s 4 Mt-Tbr riortrt. Llnl'ed decree Article 3. AH members of this club : -I"
I of courts! of record and by I
one hundred and three (LOS: ) shares; Thu.> for ii cents more than UM
}7D..tvata..t..oa.o.edetel./v.tyKib.II ep. M er.usa oa w Im.wc.r.andvtln..tfanswillb.eq.Da7 h ao.atra.t NM f.re l..aarged. rs'* I virtue of devises and bequests; acting John F. Olive New York City one shall be gentlemen ofj at least twenty. I price of the daily. you get two papers

as agent attorney-ln-fact, executor, one years of age. and Khali be admittedto and for fifty cent more than the "r
hundred and three (103) shares W.
Ajrl-OHD SRAJrCH. OAwolt crrr BRUCE.i4. I ; membership la said club ul.r price of the .YnaoPOu..1011'"
idmlnlstrator. trustee, assignee asilgnee W. Erwin Miami: Fla.. ;[...yeDIII'fe'i Committee the SemiWeekly TimesUniJo sad
.rinoml I IT&Tlaa.. for the benefit of creditors, reviver Jority vote of the Executive Citizen and the Farmer
Patterson and FrmH .
pa4h tfct'ti I Lai n iiyRssa i (jj; ) snares, and 3. L. )U-
of this club. Grower.
''L... .. ri..MAr'' or guardian; and owning and amt Fla., hundred and fifteen
Tlt MWp !sp 10IA.LT K. Bmrru .Ar asp | ODe I Hrfid
M *|Lv.unnj OitM 4._ _Arl II .; Isl. ilia IT Uk'UelM .ArII 10Pe 00Ip p iperatlng abstract book covering la-d c Article 4. The term for which this in your ubcriptions SO us. Casa
0 M a L-....... .kirpr u........Afi II N. isP *"s Li O..nc CUT Ar114teAr Np f 44 ((115) shares.I I tub 1s to exist is advance always ai these prices.
..... .. I Itles In Dade County Florida. and twentyfiveyears.
1 a.1 Are. a..tot+ 3. sae !0; | OI.Clty J..L. U N I THOMAS COSTIGAN (Seal) THE Mtraorous,
I the making and selling of abstracts or > Article 5. The names. and residences Ml.' ml. ru
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awls ..I aliPORT a.1* Moidar EDWARD BURKE. (Seal) ,1
? 'I : a* searches of title therefrom. of the subscribers arfe u follows: I
tA. Dai1 'I'J : telly.Slia. "i i JOHN F. OLIVE. (Seal) ,i iI 1 -I I'r
T Leonard, residing at
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*ly Article Three. The amount of the
W. W. ERWIN. (Seal) t.1I.
4 /i ..L... Jni..Cl. .... .i. pip rapltal stock shall be Fifty thousand I' Po
N p p ...4 t.. ..4...._4. _A tjoiniiiu ....!i.nr!"...' SH* IS P S. L. PATTERSON. (Seal) I II
U4*a N ..4 .... resets J. If Tkaw Ma. p pp dollars (oO.QOO.OO, divided intol) five .I I I'I Charles H. Garthslde. ROU..i | Cooler & Homer /;
1 : ha<*_ I 1> jua, pS l MiamI Fla. I I )) /1
:.w .JUjfran, ...- f. t*| t H hundred share of the par value of I STATE OF FLORIDA. j
One hundred dollars $100.00) ea,II. 'I E. A. Hart resitting at Rhode

PENINSULAS AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS Alt I IAMI.ttMt which shall be payable at the option i'', COUNTY DADE: I J. F. Olive raiding M New Tie Real'State: ill Kei'tal Ageats .
On this day personally appeared before .
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C. L. F. Robinson; residing at :>
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eoaaCCTKM BlAkC AT MASII WITH ITEAeTNlp .* THE P. 4 0. a. L COB "T fOI corporation ,or pmivrty, me Thomas Costlgan. Edward 1'-1
real or personal at a Just r.li-.tion) i ito 1! port. R. I. i List lear Pro rty \'pth| Tlea.'I i
HAVANA KEY WEST AND NASSAU. I j Burke John F. Olive W. W. Erw n. C. f
be fixed: by the Board of iJiret.onI Article The business of this ,
and S. L. Patterson to me well knownas I

Thor i,_T.W... tawt1....l */ht>h train ...,. b. rt M *rrl"ud depart of this company! at.a meeting called the persons described In and who : poration shall be conducted by an A one piece of bay froat property, i if
sraei tb..ervrsl tclfMi., their rrlnlor| .itt.r.at lh. ilrnr...."",d I. sat mrmal.... for that purpose.Article Executive Committee of five members with ripaeiaa nghu withia a few +
M.p.r don lk Compaq hoe l..u t .poutbla V. aT dgta7 01' aa7 tn JIal-q.- ...,.... III.I. .- i subscribed their name to the fon-I -a president a vice-president minute walk of the butl lI...*eftl&er 4

I. I Four. This corporation! shall Kolnc articles of Incorporation as |'secretary sad treasurer. The office ot Miami, "being !IiI feet on bay sod I I .;1.

V.r bear .t.U"* LOCAL Til C, CARD or OthorJKET afora.ti.s continue and have full power to exer-:: I for artirle: of Incorpuratlon of the -leu lent deep having a lot of flue I
of secretary and treasurer shall be bearing tree
on it. This ls a flae ]
-lfie and Its fran- 1
operate
I-BEE corporate Dade County Title Insurance and '
THE TLaat.Oen.Pu : AOEVT. filled: by one and the same person. t place for a winter bnme. ;
chisel privileges, power and ':nmunt- Trust Company, and did severally ack- ,
j. D. SA2DE73: ST. A G QUSTLHK FLA. I I I The names of the officers and members
fI l; agent. fI ties for the term of nlnefy-nU (3q! ) j I i nowledge that they' executed the same I II of the Executive Committee who 328 T'elft Strttt.' Silnrf+ Block

years from and after the coxciencement for the purpose! and uses therein ex- t MIAMI, FLA.
-- --- to conduct the of the
--1 I I I are business corporation I
of Its corporate existence: j! pressed.j 11
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Article Five. The business of I i IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I hare'
election shall be C. L. F.
qualified
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I f I V HEAVY. rKMITIIING, : company shall ,be eond| deJ by a hereunto set my hand and official seal \White\ Eagle Batter
I 'lt Robinson, president; Cbaa. H. Garth- : ?ho j
rne-rthoeim. ;, W'g..n A: Carriage Worki : board of five (S) directors] s pteftdeot\ this 29th day of February A. ..

JF. B Haven i I All.ad- Repairing.Brazinc first vice-president secooll vice-prrsl 'i D. 1904! | side vice-president; J. F. Olive secretary Four Chairs. \o Waitin .
: I and laddering and treasurer and E. A. Hart T. I =g I .

; "I I All Work Guaranteed Fiist-Clas.. dent, secretary and treavrarer. and aty (Seal) J. W. HORNER I; M. Leonard, the Executive Committee Best Sen-ice ia the City. t 1:1

other such officer s.agents or employ Notary Public In and for A. .
b I I I Ir of said club. I COLBY. Proprietor
e'h 5OOO! D. u may frnrn time to time be apiwuted ,dm the State of Florida at Large The 302 T.atl'tlll .
; : IAven.ue organization and first annual 5tYaet. .. '
f't '
I meeting of the members of this club }I 34.4

I, !! I r i./- ( ball be held on the first Monday In Clubbing

; -- [ )i I I I I I'I January A. D. 1903.: In the city of i

r _ Miami, Florida, at the Seminole' Club,

# I: SANITARYPhrMIHNT ._ :and thereafter on the first Monday in I! Rates.. .
f.I- SBOARD' I
; January of each and every year.Article ,
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1' I 7. The By-Laws of this cor- You can save money by sub- t
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':' : j t tJ'l'f
IMA'MHEHS' ''ratlon to be altered
are made or re-
iCI'I'LI1:3 for the
scribing '
I II. papers
'Air Lin ? Railway i-irdcd by a two-thirds vote of the
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= want
you through
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J'l'f I. I i Wmbprs of'this corporation in good

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FOR I I ClThid rd Stcjcle A,('ocy The
by-law.
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All kinds of wheels Article 8. The highest amount of In-
/\ Savanaih, Colu-nhia CumJcin.: So thorn! Pines. fur tale or rent !
lebtednes or liability to which this
Metropolis.
r[ Raleigh lti-hn: illJ. NVa-.Iim'iton; tialtinure, :I'1 t 112U. Streel tiiml ni "rMcNeill orporatlon shall at any time subject I
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; I i YhiladelphIa.'tYork.Three :tacit shall never be greater than! two- \r e can give you the .
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'Elegant Trains Daily. thirds of the value of the property of Daily Times-Union and .
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'be corporation
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: Saadpird' iNi v Vorlc Li ,viltea & Daily Metropolis for
Co. I Article 9. The amount In value of the
i Seaboard I Seaboard Mail $ 10.00
Expre3s' I real estate In fee simple or any Jea,eI a year or both

I hold estate 11 hick the corporation may for. six months fits

Modern .'ulirnani1uiplnenf., | Livtery: Feed and Sale Stable | Sold' subject always to the approval '.'i.00. .

Ii i I I of the 'Irrult Judge, ihall cot be over
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!the 'I.. Tw Usvt14.4 f d.b ,1Q or. e. ra.ls I.ty.4 r..n I
., tt".."...-hoist. 't... ..1. '. J'...w4..... ....P... wi ......nefl 4 e.n op r""te4 +llr I 12th Street, Wot of Railroad. I -he sum of .SOO. I *
A.tatia..r4, 14..s4,4l... 4 tf 'w. T.4. .14 "'....I'.C'' .. lrartr At. Ingests. It I" p, ..l01. | C. L. F. ROBINSONi
.."....._.11" p...,1a11rA..O. rrtat thin".I'...11k....."..Userd' FlorhU Umtrtdailv .I A'e have yentlf horses broke for ladies to |ride and driveGood i T. M. LEONARD. I : The


7 Only line pfM.'ratinJ i i rhroi <;h / sleepers fronrileans. I Carriages ''' J. F. OLIVE.E. 1

r: I.j .Iaclir>onvill' tll/ New < ) Comfortable | A. HART Daily Metropolisano .

) i I First class Teams and I :I, CHAS. IL GARTRSIDE. I


I .i.J. a'f I Reliable White Drivers. I IwiweHwt I I STATE OF FLORIDA SemJ" Weekly
For full ;info4niticH; mil sleeper' roer*. c ill on any agent th COUNTY OF DADE:

I Seahturat, i .. .,| . ... .. J| On thin day personally appeared: be- Times'Lmon
: rB.M. sw W raose I'
c'A. fi'L: i : : fore me C. L. F. Robinson, 0. McDONHEIJL L Gen JacksoDTillc FliSi ;
J. F. $5.50
j I IPublishlal ,| Olive E. A. Hart and CIIu.I a year

"Florida Pastinie"Zialpecori H. Carthslde to me well known aa the
C. aOYL TON Jr.. Pass. ASl't. : Weekly I Metropolis and SemiWeekly
i ; persona described in. and who sobi -

f I I I I' : Co.. !I i I' Bribed their fames to and executed Times-Union both I

I'. I I. br.,..,.w lk. nakluliuo. of a _.tI'.lty III.......*. Tamil 5 the foregoing articles of Incorporation one year. $2.00. I
I tuarul.5 d P'I .ri4a Ptnouman* k.r teat w. II will. to ..a...... ..n:<.......na....**. 5 I u and for article of Incorporation of
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I :o.t; dull lice !I. L4it.d. kT a of 4 ao4 .o.. .
!.. GRA UM ,JAMCS M. 'ACE'OR. J*. S PATTERNOCPm Corp. mem Half Umr -- --
p.WALTER p.a1.m. kamlonoM __k I.. fra.. m ...,11 i.oir Hirk the Miami
tiimd. it'ro.tiBa to Gun Club, and did
dot t" 'Ua4 TtrasI ad aid II att.ld ru........ "'._. -........... 4LOOQ. r..r your severally
I J 'i" I I tff&ALTW ftoror CiMnoaoT*.|-.. l..wan for oaklitatm witk a _...1I4P I acknowledge that they executed the The Inn
t j i j' ..t.criale.11.4.4..eb...1rvd tho.ad. To.rfo for tkV folluvta1 Ylt..huryc. t ? mpano ,
ofTeri* ota4 for a limit** !(or: Kill* klaak krlow a4 .* to ldMnal Krcnr4 same foif/ the purpores and uses therein
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JacbMriltr F' ) oilTrr a < to will .aeM lor OM ..r'...k
Dade Abstract ..... j expressed. I... mb
a (ougt l no. r 5. __ *. ___ Proprietor,
ERR ., .... l&ir.c.. .
: -a kor or a.rt..b. iaiki. I tfit aid m r* I In Witness Whereof I have Hereunto
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particular aotmtoian m trill roi-gio.b..wa.l
t1ifO 4Tf o..N.at.ly a bw atlf.1 ieberra "..d L set my hand and official seal this Pompano Florid
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rlra.tU mtnt Florida won. .....- S* I seventeenth day of March. A. b. 1104. -
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ct Wrloxooar
BUILDING | L. Iccnmmutlattcm
St!WELL MIAMI. FLA. A. MITCHELL. tor rentetsh

!, I I Ir \ \ Industrial Record. GomoanflJtcktoonlle *- Notary Public Notary Public. 0111,. Prtidnce bnver and solicitors
: \ I I I will find that
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r. fmrk koa aenM *o. e-p.... AkamcM' rAa.rckaa of Tttki amojatlr 7 ..'.. rlaotlo I' Ify, Cornmlsatom Expire Jaaaary 2S. cover more territory ia a day
from
COM y. weawi4s.letswtslrart4..b. <]*ll'. r.**rai --* CMIIT.ljLjL I here thaa from say otHa

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r com ition at the: close of,business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the V.W11UINational :
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I tion i pf the Fort) Dallas to which the public attention is! called, showing continued increase

strength and business. I II
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I I i J Bank at the close of business. March 28th, 1904. j I I.
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I II !*f 1'I.;.. I Loans and Discounts . t . I I' . $163.955 I Capita t, Stock.I. . . .I. ..... . .$100.000 oo

I Qer drafts. . . .,. .t. . . 250 18 Surplus. . t. . . . . . 2.00000 I,:
: .l'. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. 25,000 00 Profits, . . . . . . . r.56<)'72, .
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tt I t I i i Premium on the same..j.j . .. I 1,4'57 50' National Bank| notes outstanding t 25,000 ooDeposits

.. ]i')' If.: Hade County Honds . . . . 5.00000 262,070 93 I
r" I J'' ;, I I Banking House . . . . . 41.214 I.3U.
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111'i i : I Due from Merchants National 1 j i

: j Ii I Bank oi New york. . 19,15988 I i I II i .
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'Ii; I ; Jacksonville . . 18,39946 ( I.I I.
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. I '" I New\ork. .Companies| .. 7,50020 I ,, I -

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+ 1 I Due from V S. Treasurer. .. J.#50 00

i I; ., Cas In hand in vault. . 33J63.85, '53.78360I .
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" I 1 'I I 4 4 "-. 17 Suits Wool Crash were $1 o, now S; 555
I i f: .I I j / J': 000 00 : h f: 22 Suits; Fancy Homespun, were $1>. ;0. now. 6 75
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t'' : 'a'4, ,7 iS Suits Fancy Che1ots.ere $1;, now 855

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.j..I. : ii 1 Suits Fine Fancy] "'orsteJ.ere $25 now 1675
'the finest go ;ds in the world to be closed out at ; 17 Suits Fancy Striped Flannel were $|IS. now. 7 75

- J : : '' -E 47 Pair Fancy, *triped Flannel Pants were *6, now 3 45

1 ..e-w-. orOS: !: t. '! { <>5 Pair I Odd, I'anEs were 3 DQ'cvts..-04 and 5. now I' 1 95

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..Ve have' ,placed these goods in our I ranch store in the |iscayne>> Hotel lock to close out. ., t ; too White Duck 1 Hats for men and boys we'a' I. now 37c
f 'as we have not the room for the i in our main store. One of the firm and Palm Beach +,. a 150 dens Stra \' 1 Hats to be sold at exact cos :
k :sales en will be them to close oi t this mammoth stock. They will! discount any and all :, 75 Felt Hat to be sold' at cost
'cut pr ces hat has ever been ma e. It will pay you to take a day off and look through ; 135 liens anJ-Bo's! Cabs, were 75c and i .00, now 45c
the fie r I'e of goods, which "will, ) be sold at a sacrifice. The season 'is over and our I i J I i; 11III'-..L.L.L-L-"_,,""""',,, .
chance' for making-money On then is past all we want is New York co, t. 47 Mt-ns 1: Fancy Shirts were 1.25. now I t. 47c

'I I I 66 Mens [Wilson Bros j Stiff Shirts, were 1.75=::, now. 87e
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j V 05 Mens Madras Shirts were 2.00 now. I 105
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I idea of this great c it price sale. ; (fens I
: ., 77 Fine Imported Madras Shirts were 2.50 now 135 !

; the I j' to bacjk what' we advertise, and i vbu .' clroo Vv June all ,sizes, I Un.d.e1.vvear.: : : .. ;
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Ve Have goods? ypuIll most Wilson Bros. Monarch: and duett Makes /Bes; by Test. :
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.in. we will prove it to you. This sale wjll; last un 1,1, the goods if a suit needs altering we havK $; dox JUhrigzan I n k- .hirt-. and Drawer, Six good, net 37
.. sold.r Remember" i L th I t place, Hotel I Biscayne'' Blc ck, next to a "Man on the Spot" to do U (A... H.IKrir;;r."er"(,sc 1'0<.1 Ii. n 4w 45 {
arfe |1! ( I This is the chance of a li it'l 5 <)1"/ Fine Lile t"n Djrug Store. j I I II! timeto_ get fine up-to-date lotto"ancj: Li.le Ir..hln.w'n) +.<..., no5 \ 333 1
I ; I :. ., I I dot Wool 1 llklehhlfb; j! acre 5.110, no\* :295 #
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The, Shoe Sale Will be at Our Regular Shoe Store. I of othingforless cheap stuff. price 5 doz Wool.Drawer'. were 2 uo, now I 93 !
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I : 150! Fancy Half bore, now 9c :i 50 Fancy .Half HOM-, how 181
... ." ,,35ct Fancy Half flux, now 2Oe :,5* Fant> Half 1lu.ir,.nuw 355
/' iou I SEWELL I &I BRO I $\M Fancy Half Hose now" 6Oc
j ,' i Belts, Suapendets and Neckwear: going the same route.


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