The Daily Miami metropolis
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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Vol. I, No. 132.: 4r.llhraiiea te..r..+ MIAMI FLORIDA, S.\Tl"UDAY, MAY 14, 1901. UJShrt: ::-- PricelS Cents .


The committee dt-cided that this would POOR PORT ARTHUR OUR BOY ATHLE1ES and prices It will Is very lie realized probable on that account better of I I'ONION

TALIAFERRO ....t invalidate any other part of theUtllot ,
: the latene< of season the crop are
hre the name sere D1arkpro.rly
,; not .M large as to flood the markets
and the lies i-uuot added
I and cause any depreciation rn the piles
from I tnotth to carious candidate
I I for that rca on.

NOMINATED' *. I Rumored Again That is has Been Held an Interesting Meeting Yesterdayat I[r Cucumbers are also moving rightI CULTUREWill

I i along now, and commanding goodprice .
IIEI..JmATF'-S I'NINSTKIXTED. Captured by Japs i School l Building i I *. going from Banhnell, Center

Hill. Webster and M(canopy. A few I
I Gorman Name Cheered By District I -
i rant.Jour.11I begin moving next

I eek. Good prices are expected.The Be Advocated in East
He Won Out Over All Opponents Convention.Washington. "tad to Tkevsaad MtThoeMd klle4-lltlldrr4:Great fn ar.tIoIs kind! Male for fleW ; commission men mate that at

May 12.-The Democratic I this time price are generally satisfactory. -
Japs Kdrrifcfl e1 Vat Day Sports-fymwsJOrdrrrJ Paraybegaid i; Coast Section.A .
Tuesday. convention of the District of ,
Columbia today elected six delegate Ya4XrM M letrraLLoudou t far the C ib. Of the large shipments of tomatoes

to the national Democratic convention I tI through Jacksonville Sllgh Co. have I
at St. Louis. They were nnlnstructedas bandied over five hundred thousand

to choice for presidential and vlce- crate PROFITABLE CROP

DADE COUNTY CANVASSNot presidential nominee Every mention Hay 14.-A telegram from The Boy Athletic Association of the '

of Senator Gorman name was loudly Paris says that a rumor I* current here Miami public school held its regular 1 Aside from the phenomenal vote ),

I, cheered by the delegates. that Port Arthur has fallen, and that I weekly meeting In the auditorium yesterday made by Frank dark in hies. race for :

I Almost at the beginning of the proceedings I ten thousand men were kllled'during alteration at two thirty. Four Congress, the showing made by Napo-

of the convention there was a I the engagement Nothing confirmatory I new candidate<< for membership were lean B. Broward has created1 the greatest i 10 Combine) With Tomatoes Potatoes rand

Coapkte-Protests Have"" Bet I split following a determined but onsuccettxful la oMatnable in London. Initiated with all the mystic rite of surprise. He.... carried several
a secret order. counties.where he .AM supposed to be Other Products-Mr. J. E
Some effort on the part of the followers .
fled Against (Counting of weak and even carried Holmes county -
After the business meeting
I of Hearst to enforce a certain ;i JAPANESE OCCUPT 8COVIN, a Jump-I which was supposed to be solid I togranam I of East Coast R> Co.
contest held In
lag was .hl<'
rule of tile election commission,
Precinct Votes and tilt Matter I
which the chairman stated had been Shaaaikwaa. May 14.-Japanese Ralph Rader, vice-president of association for May Mr. H. M. Browi of Atlaita Nowii
1 troop from Fens Wang Cheng occupied Only half the voting precinct havebeen
came out first
sot be Settled Uatfl. Monday orbterOjns altered after the recent primaries had
I 1 been held. The entire Hearst contingent << Suoyin. sixty mile east of Uao i The boy are making great preparations beard. from, and this rooming the County Interesting farmers

Gained a Few Votes' thereupon bolted and held a> rump I Yang on the mall road last Thursday, : for their field day exercise to be Broward'* friends stated that the returns -! y

convention at which six delegate but the number., troop .Is not knowa. I i held the last of May. showed the following figures: : II the Cultore of Bermuda OnJots.

.in the Canvass. Davis ?,12<: Browsed (.% : Brown,
I Next afternoon has been
II Viand i alternates to the St. !.outs roe I Tuesday) Mr. J. E. Ingraham. third vice pre.-
I ventiou elected and Instructedfor TRACK TORN CP.New set for a preliminary contest M which I.-*: Maya ..11"'.
were ident of the F. E. C. Rjr ad la cbal'aei
I'time the >Oat of the arrangements will I Broward and Davis must ran the
Mr. H..nt.I .
H. A. 1Ic : of the Cbwang. May U.-Japaa 11 i the land and commercial
.cMra. manager I I have beenj completed and the date fix race over again la a second primary. I Interests s
I troop landing at Plttaowoaad
Tallaferro campaign _mlt1.ee. Informed EATEN BY CANNIBALS.Five : i I ed.' Should the figure now coming la remain that company. who with Mr. H. M.
the railroad has been cut again i.
th* Jacksonville Metropolisthat .... about the same no far as the gubernatorial -
I TIIlre. been about thlrty-flv Brown
seventeen mile of track having beenremoved. '. ., Junior member of the ann of
from all Ute official Information I I Men Devoured' In South Sf'a- dollar worth of athletic candidate are concerned,
H. G.
Hastings seedsmen of Atlanta.Is l1
h* had la his poweu now heard from over the State) thatDalted = Communication that distance I* kept most exciting day for the member of I ard will be clone. Broward' friend making a trip through the lower is

State Senator Tallaferro t-wi Vancouver May 14.-Mall advice open by cart Port Arthur mail .u the association and their friend !I.... claiming that his. strength .la yet section of this. _Dtry. has la view ...

a safe majority over th* combined voted by aa Australian steamer today are I thirty-ail. hour old when It reach All contemplating Joining the organization to come, aa his. strongholds are la the the culture of a new product that It
Stockton and Jennings, sad this ofcoarse 1 I I I New" Cbwang.A where there .U proposed' to make aa acrleultaralspecialty :
that five men have been killed and 'I should do so at once la order j' woods and remote place
few more Japanese troops left this. la this section .
makes a second irinai eeae.ew7 eated by cannibals on Admiralty Islands I I!i to more thoroughly enjoy the contort are no telegraph line*.
and moved to the
la the South Sea. II morning RUNI..I.I A perusal of the regulations of the' Be this. .. It may Bob Davis willdoubtless The object of the trip .U to Inform
three miles from the
STOCKTON DIES HARU.Th The British warship Condor was sent camp association found elsewhere la today I lead when the return are 1 I farmer- and truckers of the advantage
now practically anprotected.
Metropolto says: to the scene and set Ire to the village Metropolis. will give. a good Idea of Its all la. and It I* the general oplalon be I, sod: profits from the Bermuda onion '

-.,. J. N. C. Stockton's friend where the cannibals lived. The Condors nature and purpose. will win In the second primary. It
dales that from the figures they have officer threatened to annihilate IMMENSE!: ARMY MOVING. ', ".ltII...e present enthusiasm of the thought that most of C. M. Bro.D'.j i with tomatoes, potato or any

rla, their possession Senator Tnllaferro :I the village if It did nut surrender the 8t Petersburg May 14.-Tbe army member' and the co-operation of the strength will go to Broward. while'' other crop now cultivated. alone the 1

has not got_ a majorttr. bat U slightly'I guilty cannibal This was done and organ estimate the Japanese fore j I public,.**wonderful amount of good most of the Mays strength will go to Fart NWoIt. e

, short of the nsMsmry ....... aor.. 11M men shot I!sow advancng upon Uao Tang""at one ..111 be done by IL It...... a to.... Davis.-Jacksonville Metropolis. : Mr. InKrabaro; ; and Mr Bran have

ton1 friends are divided &II 10 whe* -- hundred thousand men, fifty thousand I, needed a place for Ita boys to spend. been In this section several' days and

wilt b* his. future course dome enlbwsiaste bone and 170 gnna. It to believed the their leisure hours MlauJ doe*. Armnaslum GREAT SLAOGHTEROF have succeeded!' la arousing much Interest -

want him to run again if per PLANT WITH PROPERTIES Russian are retiring upon their ,b v.. (, has made! a man out ot among the farmer and other

chases: it to discov- la the oUrtal; Disinfecting apparatus hueD many a i jrctte fi-nd. I, on the onion question and aa a result -

rust that Tallaferro had i DOt elitalsed I lent to every place la Manchuria.and It )I. very probable the article will

a majority wall others thing It would i I THATiWILl very kind of serum for the purpose OX" MILLION CRATR3 TURKS ANDARMENIANS. at once be extensively planted .

lie foolish In view of Senator Talla- at vaccination. Every soldier will be Thursday the gentlemen went down

ferro'a big plurality. These friend argue -' vaccinated after be leaves Baikal t In the Cutler section on Mr. Ingraham's
I,Of Toirttiw liars Been Shipped From t
that Stockton should step aside ; KILL MOSQUITOESRecently smallpox .Is the only contagious dIe This Section of State.The yacht Enterprise, and met wish much I

and concentrate oa Broward for Governor ease reported, and It I I. prevalent la' Miccee Yesterday they went to Palm ,
whom they claim has a chance bat few case and at throe places ..-...t most of Florid ban already Death and Lantana on the name craft
...<*> wfa the Governorship and thus save slipped! more than one million and rill work their way north seeing

of the three friends" from the JAPANESE MOVEMENTS '. crateof tomatoes this season and Geneva, May 14.-A telegram from ,, the growers of all!I sections All they co.Mr .

wrack. i Secretary Blackman of the Washington May 14.-Tbe Japanese ittlll the shipments move. This Immense -: Asiatic Turkey confirms the report of I: Brown ha mate an exhan..Uve
STOCKTON SHOULD QUIT. Dade County Fair Association, receiveda telegram study of onion culture and is giving rj
THINK legation baa received the following > Md has never before been recorded : fighting between the Turks and Arme ,
..The general! l opinion however prevails I package of seed productive of a plant ; from Toklo doted today: in Florida nians. the farmer all Information dPtllreti.I .

that Stockton has not the slight- I aid. to be a sure and certain preventatlve General Korokl commanding the 'I The conditions are better at this time : According( to these advices seven I:I About the only section. fxitsidr of the

eat chance of winning in a second primacy -i of mosquitoes, and which are being Brut army corps. reports that May 7. than for some weeks pant, and price hundred Turks and nine hundred Armenians Bermudas where thin profitable crop

U tile now remote possibility of propagated by Mr. Andrew chief our troop O<'C'Qplecl.Ka&lltlf'll. Cheng. 1 I will no undoubtedly! continue good until acre killed. The locality of+' la. grown U In Texan. bere. Jurinathe

there being use should occur. The :I gardener of the Royal Palm Hotel ;, On May II, another Infantry detachment :I tbe clime. of the season which will :, tbe fight la not given but It probably I put few yran the dowers i bar*

sentiment of the conservative people 1 grounds. pursued tbe enemy's cavalry : be about the l"th of June. The- crop I 0I't'tPfIn Sassoun, District of Ar- made exceptionally floe yield ..iallxed < r-

of tile State Is against any further I The seed. are now well up and flour which retreated from Shuehalcan and on the ea..t coast s already practically 'me...... handsome profits MrI Ftrf>..a

fight oa Senator Tallaferro. whom it ishing.. Mr. Blackman knows nothing captured two private and one lieutenant '- fhlpped. but will contlnne iNermltI I.I nangmne that the sal of the east t

already'been shown to a strong about the plant or Ita nature except The latter Is the aim of General :I tently for two weeks yet from this section THIRTY MILLION DOLLARS. coast I I. exceptionally well adapted to
Stockton has that the seed. were furnished. him for i iaa ; In
popular favorite. Mr. Hanvall. or until the first of June onion culture sad confident that it
been closeted an day with his. friends experiment here. According to his ;' On the west coast the crop I Is more In Gold Shipped. to Europe Since AprilThis can be made far more profitable than \

talking over th. situation. but no deI authority one plant potted and placed'In '' SETTLED WAGE SCALE. backward; and will not clone until the1Mb I Trar.I anything now frown provided It In
arrived at.JaekaavtAe. ." a house wlH drive out mosquito Bermuda onlo.i
I be. Jilt bees or pimslbly the J>*h of next worked projierly. The
New" York. May 14.-Th* board of L I
Jf--: land I prevent their return. The young I New York. May 14.-The engagementIs thrive bent on ".my. sandy "soil and.
The weatVr Las done
month. dry :
arbitration has settled the seal of
i iIn !
three Inches i,
plants are now about j ; announced today at the away office while irrigation .la aom.'Umiw tsarIt l I"
14. Complete returns
May to the in that 1
damage section
j seven thousand union painters here, some crops
and hardy. They I lot and half mlllon dollars In .
height appear very two a there In
.. Sateas always provided mi
tile necessary
from all precinct aDd aa agreement has bees signed I and the crop will not be as bountiful I
: are said. to make a substantial : gold for shipment to Paris next Tues
headquarters drouth. It la not subject to blight or
tinnrfflHttt. at th* Stockton buh'\\ which grants them .. Increase ef fiftytmU I as would have otherwise been the
but Just what the properties are : day
give TaUafarra the nomination "T case. disease' and in comparartTelv easily||
to. offensive to mosqnltoes are : per day. This brings the total amount of gold worked.So .
on th* first ballot by JS$ majority I It should not be Inferred' however

with only seven small precincts In bOWL TWENTY TEARS. I that the tomato crop .la exhausted. This. engaged for shipment next Tuesday to i'I fat aa the market .la concerned
Th result of the experiment will be ten million five hundred dollon. Including '
'fa7Ior'NIII1ItT to hear from. I.* not the case, but the shipments have the demand can hardly ever be fully
watched with Interest' by all persons this sum there has been more
The Sentence of Albert Cammeyer. been so very heavy that the movementof applied\ no that growers need' bare
of this section and If the result proves.as than thirty million dollars In gold
Th county committee was ia session becomeIn The Expert Crack...... only ten or fifteen car a day i i : no fear of readily disposing ot their
will doubtless
claimed, they shipped to Europe since April 7th.
last night until twelve 'clock and the through Jacksonville DOW seems bat : product at fancy price* The onion
demand throughout
popular I
again today. They arc making slow Montgomery. Ala. May 14.-Albert I Ittle a* compared with the movementsof I hip welt and need not be hurried to
progress In the esnvaas of tile vote be- State and country where the bussing Zammeyer with many aliases, and who a few weeks'' ago. I A dispatch from Omaha, Neb., : market aa they are not perishable.
saw -roaD.proteata which are I, little peate..o much dreaded. !was convicted of safe blowing her last Mr. )(. J. Sllgh Mated yesterday that .says: President Roosevelt's campaign I.II la regard to climate. Mr. Brow says

JJatlBC mad .rid considered.R I Monday, was sentenced today to twenty .I the movement of tomatoes at the Panama bat transformed into stone, that there la little risk In planting I.

M- Smith filed a protest agalast i WHISKEY LED TO DEATH. !i year Imprisonment present time was off about (S per' cent ha been received her by K. E. Buckingham -! any section of the east coast la December

the eouatlag of Silver Palm precinct I Brooksrllle. May 1J.-Information Cammeyer to one of the two eracks- I as compared with the shipment of assistant general passenger 1 aa the crop will stand considerable

iota OB the ground that two or three reached' her yesterday that T. J. WU- !mea who operated la Jacksonville last two week ago. Mr. Sligh handled agent. of the Burlington Railroad. Th I cold without Injury. It baa been know
vote who had not' soa had bees shot and Instantly killed gift to the most unique ever brought to
ores wen allowed to Can and who were tracked to that himself yesterday twelve ran of to- to Hand without Injury a temperatureof

paid the necessary poD tax as shown at Trilby, a small station Just beyond I My by detective trots Jacksonville natoea ore car of beans and one of the city. After the 1MO campaign the 2 5 or M degrees, and If slightly
collectors books. Th* committee the county flu*. | wanted President's campaign hat found Its i
by tile tax and arrested but M thy wee pitaUe touched by a lower temperature wfltInTariably
passed the final count of the Th tilting to said to have bean doe.II a previous chstta of robbery la Alabama The gathering and shipping of the way to Burlington oOctals who sent It i i survive It.
who to. ,. a man named Sulllvaa. section j to th. mineral springs at Thermopolls
vote saW Mr. Smith's attorney Ute authorities refused to surrender potato crop at Hastings la may coeapleted. It promise to be one of the leading
out of the city'today, could b* presentmi foreman at Trilby. them to the Florida autaoriJea. with not much more than 20 Wyoming. Th* Panama was placed'I crop of Florida la the futnre.

tile other Interested parties. bar It to also stated that Wilson's son per cent of the product remaining. In one of the hot springs, when It remained I

attorney present started th* row. the elder Wilson tak- i The name uMidiUon prevails at Lab for many months, gradually --

ag aa active part Both father MIdI receiving a heavy coat of the mineral' The VoMcbe Zeltnag of Berlin. :
It was agreed that the canvas of I THE COTTON RKET. Butler end Green Cove Spring, and says
tile other precincts should to on, leaving -II oa advaaced spa nSullivaa with open New York May 14.-Fmturea dosed other place where potatoes are nalpprd solution la the water. la appearance I 1 "The German attempt to produce

the right to file protests against knives sad after, ,warning them Sullivan -,''inlet May 1314. J M 1224. July 1333. fen the only chang to that the straw has 1 canned I meat equal la frailty to the
drew his revolver and fired at T.I whiter but otherwise Ita :: Americas and Australian product baa
stay of them to nay candidate later August 1J"L September 1174. October The crop of tomatoes at Mandarin grown

slosh It be 4..... J. Wilson, killing him Instantly. j 112$. November lilt. December 111T. b late at it generally la, and tomatoes tour and gram remain perfect oD-1 achieved. no definite success. aer-

Crov Miami and Bad whiskey to said. to be the eanse January lit*. :: will be shipped from that fertile Tida- hat's present weight I.I about canned meat cannot be for Germany

tler Coooaaut thee examined and that M to the tragedy. Spot cotton closed quiet; middling I Iapl&Dd Ity for a month to come If not longer. panda I what the 'corned beef was -a good
't.4Pat; wr Both Wilson and his son were form- I Ii and cheap food material for the people
'correspond with tile US5 and middling gulf 1U4. The crop U carried: down oa lighter that j i
found to
thJk vote printed.Th .r residents. of this county. cud put oa board the Clyde steamer China sadly .... the day I It was a great mistake la oar economic

returns previously of OJus changed thetotals CLARA BARTON RESIGNS.Washtngtoa. at Jacksonville for shipment when a general could go to war with policy' to prevent the Importation

*all recount the way around a* then were Young Mr. Rockefeller advise peo May 14.-Ml.** Clara The acreage planted on the Jacksonville a pack of firecracker and a bottle of of the American and Australian eaa-

ballots counted by the committee ot to complain of their hard rack. j Barton today resigned. the presidency' Southwester Railway is also asafetida are gone forsrer.-Washington I lied meats. Sanitary objection hare f

which IllS had been rejected by th* topectonon The man whoa hard rack to not tempered I of the Army Red Cross Society aad somewhat; behind la producing Ifs rroa. Star. DO advantage from the prohibition:

account of small rregular- by Standard Oil holdings wilt wan succeeded by Mrs Job A. Logaa and this. has yet,to _It. However, When map" hi abed to canM < w*. bat on the other hand, the laborer la

such as tile voter matting'155s be inclined to regard. the advice with formerly Ttes-prcstdeat of the aaaocia- these crops are small U comparison Urine It to unsatisfactory pro that deprived of a cheap and nutritious
.B4Udates for Senator and Governor. some criticism.-Washington Star. tics 1 th what has already gone before ,he to not a Basin. food proclurt.MIAMI .-

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eiVZKAL DIRXCTOBT Abrrneihy. J. C. King. H. VLummna ALL OVER THE HOUSE. .For Member County Execnllr rj Committee -

sTAT .,riCUa. Atbby. R J. E.LaSalle. SAMPLE BALLOT FOR THE PRIMARY j for First District
Atk ou H F. A L.Leffler. .
___-.. M Jouulgo temtthinf Abort Lamp and the Way C. W. MsPHERSON: -'II'!'!
....... lira*a. W. :UlluKb. C a I
Itantan X Maw- H.C.: Cn .. Deeerate Them. For Member County Executive om- \
'. linllii-.Ilim.. C.(._ F C McDonald. J. A.Burden. .
ri..r.r-/l;. \. k..Kt' There U nothing more decorative mittee for Second District
.__ -J. n. WhltSeMc .. W. M.Bylngton. Uaynard. W. (.. "
w.ea..t..eert... rubUc tntrertl.w.ow..e..r E. T. Merrttt. Z. T.Brad.E. 'than the lamp. whether it i* to \bei Partial List of the:1|| Candidates s I I F. M. POWELL ;.:

II _-.. ..___ .. [. IIeU..y.r L.Bailey. Muller. G. placed in the boudoir the iweption'r r E. A. CRAWFORD.C G. E. KNIGHT. ,
& .I... ....-J t;. ... V..o : the ball to be Voted For in This O. OODRI NGTOX. I For Member County Executive Coamittee
-..re N I mum iMrnuU UweK>m. living room, the or
-TW fc w t. <.'ptrallr. TWMMW.tu Fred S. on the dining table where U* mainpurpose W. A. HOCKER. JR. for Third District,
Budge. H. CI Morse ,
04 AsrtMUW -
.d Caamuttaurt
\ mi ) Orunmt County at the
S.. ..... Broader C. D. Moore. T. V. u purely decorative. Primary JOHN M. BRYAN.J. GEO. W. POTTER.

ry.4 OtsIr W KamlhM-Thtt. .t.Owrrraor.T..r..itacral .. I i' Burdine, J. M. McDonald W. H. 1 latter dAY taste has hark.e l back Election. D. CLOT.:Gtt. W. I. MBTCALF.sFor

....C.I::. .ie..M.ettus.Le..-Ts y..erner.SSo,7. : Backus F. W. McKInnon. G. A.Blackman. to the soft gleam of the candle and JOHN A. HENDERSON.W. Member County Executive: Committee -

Malt. Tre..ur.q AUor r Edwin E. ANDERSON.J. for Fourth Dtetrlf
T = E. V. Nelson.
the and if (
lamp, electricity t-
.nmu r UK! / gas
...ta.a.HI.s..ef..4 i Chaille. W. IL Peek. R. J. at all W. ADAMS. R. H.
Itorcd undergoing a softeningI
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.5.d.4- Ataroy+_TW..raI MT...dtic _.'.'-' Cohen. I. Pront. W. W.Cheatham. I nielamorphnM bv' means of .hader GCT L METCALF. For Member Committee
1 For tit Information of the Democratic I ROSSIUr\\
a.fw'aa.... J. H. Patterson. 8. I.Coorad -and M-reenn. I J. N. WHITNER. for
"' c..IoII-11- 1s.se.
'ae voters of the county a sample
J. AFarTI..... Allan R. One of the lle..t olTering in the I JOHN Q. SMITH. J. 8. \
rriaK: curtT JrtNE!i ballot: U printed below, containing a
W.Rose. .- T. J. .
J. G. Rbodea. R. O. P. HEALT.
Crosland. way of lamp" are the nu.ion Umw,
L ... T.>....CktrlJiulM J.ebee.. I aark. P.C. C. J i which certainly do "ur.t the oldeadays. | I uartlal list of the candidate to be voted -'I( ACo BLOUNT. JR. For Member County Executive Committee
s L tarter '
M M.MatTT. A..reIMa Ju.tks. 'i Drake, Gaston Reilly. J. B. The minion lamps hate the for at the coming primary.There H. H. McCREART. for Sixth District
M sap H the .Iae. I' I will be other to add at
r..pre.e 4..atut.M CawtJ.dar. should he addree.ed. Donglu. E. B. Ruah. Dr. W. B. I special merit of aivording! well with Dame H. W. LONG. W. W. 8NELL.

.--. Dora. J. K. Humph. Edw.RanlenoB. :i the usual hall titling. Thev have the time doe act expire until April L L HARDY.

t. a. .I3 ATUa.n. Erwin. W. W. C H. I the stand and frame of weathered !lsl In which candidate may quality For Member, National Committee For Member County Executive eo.'J

.J>OM P. lalUafcm.JaekMrtlk.few. I Entoe. Dr. O. Rnmph. Gen oak while the glas i i. the bea'y10palHCeDt and hare their acmes rat OB the ballot J. B. BROWNE.c alUM for Seventh District

aur>> a. JUUMT. rmieiiU. Frtesell. O. C. Bafford. L. B. | variety, rich in warmi The ballot when printed for use at GinDONs.F. E. T. KING

U...OOS UCiMM If .. Flanagaa. R. a Sewell. E. a i tones, which haJ a vogue before be lection will be more than twice M "'. POPE.. JOHN MULLIKIN.

Mat OMrM (nikwlat IW gas Quart Frederick. J. a texelby. J. O. cry.tal.a. known. tone as this one U here are to be roles For Member Coaaty Execallre Com;

aa 1.51. w. Ds. P.l.tka..oe Fran. J. a fiolmer. C;. F. I All lamp are made attractive between each name and blank line
uta te.- ... s, -Il: ...".... doubly mltte for Eighth: District
Oerlack. A. P. which to write other For Judge of Circuit Court-SeventhCircuit
..p. Smith. Julius by the shade, and these on name GBa P. BUI1 .

RAiuioAii uoMMisaiovEaa. Glrtmaa. J...... Stoneman. F. B. I come in a great variety of forma. Voter can begin practicing on marking For Member County Executive Committee -

; Oomph. C ... R. Sulser. A. E.O..tJ. A reception lamp has a rich shad a cross mark (X) before the name MINOR S. JONES.
_. ....... a> Wad 0IIaI...... for Nlath District
?E. ar.. UUto:j w.ts&i&te. ... T. N. 5".11.., IL of red silk, pointed and embellishedwith of he candidate for which I they will W. FILER.:

Graham a SeweH. John bead fringe in gilt elfect.'aDd wish to YO(.. For State AttoI'H7-8nalll drculCMHL For Member County Execmlivemlttee eo.-

?.. that nosed .aF Oarthatda C. R. Seymour. R. H. still another shade i ill artistically ; G. BUTT. for Tenth

Tlll. >- Gramling. J. C .......... J. P. designed with a frame of iron and JOHN C. JONES. 8. L. District

; U. ..COM MIMIOJIEK.aa Gallatt. P. Shaw. H. B.OUtler. panels in JpLee fan effect Silver For United State. SenatorWILKINSON PATTERSON.
.'* L &e IJ.MiaaU. R. B. Taylor R. R. cuirasses in new designs are tuorl: CALL. For State Senator-13th DUtriotM. For Member County Exeeaiir

'" ngXATOK urn ourucr. Orlfflag. ATanace.. J. L seer colored shades, the finish corning I WILLIAM S. JENNINGS.J. 3. SAMS.F. .. for Eleventh Cmmtttee -

.. *Feb..a.s .,.mM -.. Dad CBMnwUmaV) OIr laa. W. H. Tatnm. B. B. in a crystal fringe which catches N. C. STOCKTON. M. HUDSON.For i. P. DU td.
Hayta. J. H. Tatass. J. H. the and add .
light wonderfully JAMES P. TALIAFERRO.
1! L> Dtak rate
ar. J. SHONE.For .
Hfll. L. E.Hunter. the decorative effect and brilliance.
:DUE COUnT auuauUnYL J. O. Wataon C. H. Second the: Legislature. Member Gouty Exacnflv* Com- ">
For Representative IB Concrete
t .. Hin. William Wkcntoa. F. H. .trI..1 Chicken PM*. Con lout 1 District GRAHAM W. KING. mttta for Twwltth DMrict.A

DADS ootnrrr orncixa.a H.th rlagtos. )(. P.What. E. L. Individual chicken pie cam I be J. E.great ALEXANDER BENJAMIN BUTTON. E. R.'KIRKAN, .,'

.,.. y Jeeaw-AOra L...,...If la... Heyeer X E. Wan. T. A. baked in deep saucer or in tins, but J. For Member County Exeeuttr Cae -
'e**a1y.u..ner-.l T. Ititinnuaawnrk small stone china bowl better. M.BARRS. For Clerk of Circuit Court- mltte for Thirteenth District
iF lCtmttCMftaa4 .......4f DsshC. i Hall W. W. Whaler a T. are FRANK CLARK !
t _& th.a.essau4 Rahn. P. W. Wortey. a A. Cut up young chicken at every E. C. DEARBORN.J. C W. HILL.
F l .J... Hughe. W. D. WTtoon. J. LWoodworth. joint, making four pieces, of th CHARLES DOUGHERTY. 8. FREDERICK. For Member County Executive Committee
.. ..MfTkaM-Thea.... lla..w Oneacscccrr W. P. WATSON.
L Homer. J. W. J. F. back and of the bree>t ; cover with Z. T. MERRtTT. for Fourteenth District 1

t. 'PI. C.H.Mat.Mi..s Yi Jonea. )(. E. WI..... R. 8.Zteaatoa. cold water ansi l simmer until tender. R. M 8MTTH. J. C HOLLY. sl

.o..r .04 = laewss.rd Kolb. A. J. C L. Cover the bottom of rh bowl witk r." -ufilce 'w Sni>r* a i Coirt-Six O. W. St1LLI\'AN.
-t; ei C..sa7 C..ara ... W.f minced salt pork and lay upon thin Year*- For Sheriff For Justice of th* Pes.o. (<. Second Dlatrlct. 11

.:... L.s ..&Chose., ."IW L.. Mora L SoD..d.P.11 ..;..F....C.crier. ; a piece of dark meat and one o> | R. F. TAYLOR. JOHN FROHOCK. .

J.kaowsa. oresl. ; L A. ...... C.raM.ww den dub hat lU separate and appropriate light. Allow a bit of liver or giv J. R. ABRAMS. R. E. L. MtFARLtN.Per .
+. : LCo DAirm Crra sad AMM.r M rest' with regard to iu l
............ lard to each also and tuck in twt For Juu.or Supreme Court (Vote JOHN R. ONEAL. Justice ot Peace-TaM- DMrM. '

ooorr or srrgyni JUDICIAL lilt. The smallest one fits down tiny parboiled onion* or a taltspoonful for three. )- J. M WIL DAMS. R. J. CHTLLTNQWORTH. "I

.. dBCCTT. on the front rest' the next size follows of a minced onion that hat I R. 8. COCKRELL.T. For Justice of th* Penes. Ninth Dtatrtct. -

''''.UITIl Dads aae 5155,s.aaLaUW.lt above until the entire let u been parboiled. Four potato mar- For
T. ) 8HACKLEFORD.J. County Treasurer .
,....-.'-S.Jeu.s,TWwrttls.T placed. The whole Service not only bles also next and
parboiled come
.. C-n.-L CruskesSr.L ibows to advantage, but i* safety three small cube of pastry. Thicken
For Justice
of th
BEN R. Peace Tenth DI
Oeert e.ao5 o Pt' -.
i rail Tim e
be.ds7..1w Mita MeWair la *eMtar.4pnmc held M that each platter can be selected the liquor in which the chicken
: Twn *w flnl Meaoar altar FwrttaasTO. at once. Bjr this simple mean WM boiled with a us lump of I For CoTernor tract
....., gene N. B. BROW ARD. For Tn Collector W. a HILL.J
h. these large dishes take up little tatter rolled in flour, season with
the shelf and there
room on pantry and chopped parsley. Th. ,
L.,....w.L pepper For Justice
Jseas--AnSS of
B. the
r. ....,...,.T.......... K..... u no longer now or confusioti in pork will furnish salt. Pour therrary R. W. DAVIS MeLENDON. PTlI1n..ua
_Tae.-FISH ...., Ia J.--.rr. them to their D. H. MATS. W. O. DEBERRT. District
restoring places. the content of each
.,.. --" '" resdas III As..ee I
Ter.-FISH reMay bowl to the brim cover witlapalltl'
Pall "nm....*I ..Oe..er. up For Secretar. of ..tat_ T. N OACTIER. For Constable for Second District'
ornc-.OAI1IDYlLLL I A THOUGHTFUL MAN.M. [ ), stake a slit ia th. top and i i I
J. ;:. 1.:00'::: ALLEN HENDERSON.

.a..L fi.CIt.....t>.._.. ......-...... I M. Austin. ut wtaea_. rad lake" in for a half good an oven.hour, then Cover brown witlJMper i 1: H. C. CRAWFORD' For County Assessor of Taxee For Constable for Thr District (1

W CBCK7H DIIECTOITt knew what to do U the hour of used f'lIe kJ,.. I 1 B. F. KIRK. CEO. O. BUTLER. H. A. CARLISLE

'IUI His wife had such an unusual case of t --- GOO u MCDONALD. RIBERT HANONO.
*..""..... A.sss.a.Crsa1 5aaH.p.asL -
.11.yel M 1M N MeeS: a.K1.( Taut_ stomach and liver trouble, physicians Fore Cnrse Dinner Far Attorney General C L. XIMANIES. FRANK CARLISLE: ..

ir .V.r5.1- : :5Ml..r could not help her. He thought ofod Four courses, if properly chosen I W. H. ELLIS, C. P. METCALT.

554..y ashes wa.iTT Tu...*..*. tried D;.. King1 New Lire Pills and each one perfect beyond snggcsI A. ST. CLAIRABRAMS.For For Prosecuting Attorney For Constable for Tenth District

tra.Narsr Imnru. mm. nysr.tr. At*. I and she got relief at once and was ,I tion, should) ) be enough to satisfy H. F. ATKINSON G. L. CHANDLER
..,C... *i.u _rrmy. _u...._ finally cured. Only 2Sc. at all
drug- .
.. ...... .. i 'the most exacting epicure. With ComptrollerA. JAMES T. SANDERS. L. M. NICHOLSON.
e-re5ls'me u tr..: p irBo\ K....p :tau coffee and a smoke, such a dinner C. CROOM. ROBT. R. TAILOR.For .
a * 4 "- must be enjoyed by congenial spir- < MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP.There' .

.. L....._. ..- ie ._ C ..J nita..5Pr I For State TreasurerW. -
u"II.k.. ..; puMar .",.i.... *"T.hiperaneeAll Refeceate its.The of have : County JudgeA. -
importance what we V. KNOTT.
... rr-eto at 75p.7pt a
1+0.01 aRk s e I.R.e;$11 p. ..1( JoMnlyserUa the railroads that center isi i I to eat appeal much more strongly E. HEYSER.H nothing like doing a WacJ;

.. :''''Ii.' .Privet k =! (ltW"A. =:-- i I Chicago bate prohibited the use of to men than to women, but the cler- For State Superintendent of Public In-' B. SAUNDERS. Jr. thoroughly.' Of ail. the Salve you *rereard ..If.:""
t '
J .Nag L...tl..Ift PM w I| liquor or tobacco by employee! when er woman who through sympathy !' struction of. Buck... Arnica Salve ht ,

1 end ors on duty. I'racticalljr all the important the oet It sweep away and cmma
TairnrC rBea.r. IE, Are..s | can fathom her husband's or W. H. HOLLOW For County 8uperJ.tftldellt or P.bleinstrnctloa :
-1 .twee-r.FHa. Par.rer. II .'_k; euadqy +! railroads. burn, sore*. bras.... cull boll nJcers.
in this ,
.. $ ...._ now concur friend preferences will make her -
s .... .. .1.. 1 W. N. SHEATS.For -
J *.1II4Q.r*".Is to.. ,.u.*: R"FITS''T =? .every...."ate at prohibition. The Western Electric self a perfect wife and hostess. I'| R. E. HALL skin eruptions and pilea. Its

Lat'an..n4 r.uaed and -'II a c... company and numerous other great The heavy soup that are so deHrious 1 CommlMloner JAMES e. only *5c, and guaranteed to give aatfacUon. -

.0It__St a. ..... L L rnc.... belle business concerns in the west forbid : are imposoiUe to indulge in | of AcrIeuttDI'er F. R HARRIS. i : B.r ail um;*l a.

, _nn 1M.ilt...nn.....IXk.....*.Mw.ws( 4.at Aw II*.ekeel I not only the use of liquor, but of with a dinner of endless courses I E McUN. KING. I II I dw

I rigarettes' and the habit, now grown while with a shorter one of --- .
u.-'D',:W.T.a. say, .
.Pastot.'asenaarraas.ann.rv. For ttallroad Commlmtorer. .
to almost incredible i'u
an extent three four be ;trsiuor! or Rf'llJ.tnt.oa-
or they can thoroughly .
laeeU at Mr*. among all cUsse of the community B. L. MORGAN. J. C' I2i'ITF tHAt4.H. i .What the Out fi: May. 'cco'.1II"ru \,, *
I P. C rry-..*4 r...*... *t.. sad Huf Chest I enjo\ed. Each dish should be SO
al .:11............ M.dar. of **pU\ing the races." Bn t > perfect, so alluring to the appetite, W. COOOE. i l A| ..-. .... dirt, ,111" of the. !I..& >

tt- MIAMI BOARD:! or TRADK.rmlamC nw ressona that make I so nicely' calculated a< to combinations For Adjutant-General iwo or li.TIT Crux ir.j: out and docs ""l
-- the control or avoidance of that it cannot but be enjoyed J. C. R. FOSTER. For County ComlMi..io..rFirst'' not |HTi'rm jl! that it promi* for J

""UI.... M. Brewm.Flrat against which moral reasons' are too from first to lat. ALLEN THOMAS tl>o"e .Itl.i listen to the vou-e' nf the :

r Vice-TvifU.",t, T. T. Moor I often hdrlf'H.-.teJ''bodJ" IIas.tne. The hostess who Di"trict- I j iii.luj| /ir .. her faddii.1.) bal from
gives U
ne..sd fteI'I.. K. Lommiv.ccratary. F c. AIC71ER -
For Sttte ChemUt lt< exir.i' < .11" -tint ot.te ultimate .
:to B. V Blacfcmw.TrMMnr. I their study will reap her reward. SI. R. JOn.VS:
.:r. B. B. Tatwai.Boar Her guests will be response, and R. E. ROSE. I X:,..,,l. ':1'" ....n.r ucrntHi. Play '

, el o..... .- W. M Brown.T A GRLAT SYNSATI3X.There I all will be harmonious. r.a,' ".':.' Io''rl: : 7e hat. .i45 %. :

v. MOM i. B. IA.III_ A. E. H.rM. | ..u a big sensation in tees i il1le. ; I For Presidential Electors For County C'nm'lt'Of'r-: a.t 'I 1 hr tine n..iv (tunic a gm: ontiiitut.il J 3

J. B. 11*..,. r. W. Hate. W. W'j lad, when W. H. Brown of that ..... Cltan Cetnferter H B. BULET. IM"trlit- I ..... .
Prse:. I.... MwMLSTANDING OOMMITrCCa: place who was extwcted to die, had >1anv housewives complain about 1 T A. JENNINGS. CEO W. L.VI.MIART.: r'-.t ..: : i ,> .., :U.a ptTtWI.. J

LAWi-A ana. W. R ; PatUraM. a L: i',, his life sated by Dr. Itl..'. New Disxirery washing bed comforter> a* the cot I J. B. C. KOONCE E. H. DIMICK.For that we lull not merely be able a.we .

aj.n.... Jasiw T.; BeyiMmr. K H.; for Consumption He writes: ton get stiff and quite lumpy. 1 A. B. NEWTON d.. n-....', to keep people alive

w wtaJ'. a A.1R1IJGEaBalky.. I usth bed much M.:i-, l buy .<. iutll likewia. ;
I 1 endured Insufferable acoale from nf, ,er a comforter asCoTre4M I F B. STONEMAN.For .
B. M.: BaekML F ( I Ime nJent in Make County Commi.sbnerThird i it'I.trkt keep then. in n u-fa! condition.Uctoxenaran .
Asthma but your New Discovery gare' > an exchange.
W; Hate. F. W.; Res. Col.; FreeeHck. will retain their lacultiet -
i aHEALTH Immediate relief and soon thereafter a slip of pretty, calico or sateen' the Delegate at Lrrge National Convention R. E. MCDONALDT. I -
t.. toe full senility will be
"1M'- size as the comforter
AND aANITARY-Jaekiwi. effected a complete' cure. Simi j jut a* -
J M. Jr.: .'...... W. W.; Jh..... *WFlaaaaaa. lar cure of coowimptjon. pneumonia, you 'would make a pillow slip hem T. J. APPLET ARD. A. WI F1ELD.i avoided. and if. perhaps, grandfather -
.. L I ; Ktac. H. M. I and grandmother do not contrive -
: the end and when finished hUt
limochltls and grip are numerous.If open W. J. HILLMAN. i I
aiTERS AND HARD RS Gsr'JrWs. I it about iiiche For County I to prextrve their i youthful ap-
two longer than the rommlssloner- Fourta ,"\
the CLAUDE .
for L'ENGLE.A.
C. Tatu&p peerks remedy all throat .
*. Edward: :
:'.a ILl RWBC I to the end they will d
comforter. Now it the pearaiice UJ6"I..t -
..... slip over I DattleJOHN -
Hit .. It and lung t-oablea. Price Me and $1.00. P. JORD\
so we are a.'nred. be a* cleat
comforter fold the hem each t
RAILROADS AND FREGHTSrM7 : Guaranteed"1 by an drnggirta. Trial over JOHN S. BEARD SEWELLA.
E. L: ......... C. D.} Leaiiwa*. other and baste down with long LEE ALLEN. I brained *t venty-* ven a* at twen-
hottto fre' *. T. E. BRYAN.W.
... w.. Mele ld. J. A. and thus with the advantage .
< E.: ... Wet stitches. The other three side. tack ty-seven.!
E. T.: 0-t- J. BRYAN or ripe experience they will
f to position about four inches from
lsa. J. H.: Dewctaa. R. R: OautWr. T.j !-'. Wa__ the edge. When soiled it i it but the 1 C A. CARSON. ,For County Commissioner! Fifth help on the work of more youthfulbrains
< ; XI__..... C U I CLEON A. STEPHENS.For Dirtrtct
I and the follies of the
AOUCt7l.TCRBBteekauBa.. E. V.; Gabriele d'.\nnuuzio. the WT': work of a few minutes to take off' temper

is n*. r. L; TatiMK, J. H-; Or1tr.n.. A. known Italian writer, has in bit the slip, and after it i La laundered it .! S A. BELCHER. i irirg: jenT tK Lnndoi WerU.j

M : Den. t. K. wardrobe., according to a Neapolitan h quickly replaced. By doing thin I I Detente National Convention- E. G. TWEEDELL.For j
PUBLIC BlTJU>lXoa-H- W.: Second CoacTeBHioaa Districts -
nightdresses aNats have
j one can soft and clean I I -
Bjd... H. r.: Reilly. J. R: .w.... I'' L. GACLDEN.
comforter It is no extra ; Member Board of Public Instruction. ROBBED THE
J *.: Whaler. H. T.sAxvrwcrrpESFvu. eIpt'DIIt"1 s i GRAVE.
I> N.
"! ..1I. Glea C: socks, some of cotton and others ol a* the slip tares wear and tear on BATCHEI/R. First District

Moses T. T.: Conrad J. A.; RlMdM. R. i i silk; forty i ight pain nf glove for the comforter and make them .1-1 T *. ANDERSON.! W. L WIDEMETER 'I A ittrtllng incident U narrated

sr : Raln7. J. R I 1 i the street and twentr-four pairs for rnoet.terla.tinr- also have flips J. E. T. BOWDEX. j+ F.U SIMS by
W. M.; j I ; .oIID Oliver of Ph'ladelphiA.!! as foli .
SDUCATIONAI-JIorroItM. evening dress, eight light blue par.1 on my mattreve*, and by doing so For Mentlier Board
B. of Public lestructins nwai In awful :
W. W. Oa ttor. Redasad i was an condition.My
Haas ; 1 sols and ten green umbrellas" twenty' mattresses that I have had for rear For Members at Large, State Committee :j.
.hJls AL; ..nI1t,. 1. O : ,. ..t.. l&O s,"c-ond District sin wa almost yellow eye sunk-
dozen ket handkerchiefs, are a* clean a* when .
I..ICJIf1ORATIOHB. pos new.Te tee-
: -boo: Koik. A. 10:. W J. PARRJSH
-n. tongue coated pain continually lawk
lae k.a .. E T. necktie, ten vests, fourteen pairs (\ for Thirteen) .
i For
More* F. &. Tatna. J. H1 Dora. J. it. of shoes, four or five doZeD pairs of K*. Ox -ia R. B GARNET MemVn Board of Public 1n1ltT1J,. and *u.i... no appetite growtag.eakM

I'-rwr. 'J W.y1eTIvATAINIttLtT..Rwni.a. I soft and noiseless slippers and t Cereals! should he emptied in their W. W. FARMER. Hon. Third District day by day Three' .physicians 3-
: R W.: W M. BI'RDINE had clv i
number of hall rf tin
large smoking jack proper] receptacle or gk.e ,, CEO L BAHL.B
C H "
Pads.. H.. C: OanteVde. ; 1"1 I eta, evening drew coats, silk dressing and closely covered to prevent in I to one Et torie Bitter: to m/ Joy. the
r ...... J5a.DVKRTIafCGta.r5s N MATHKS
\ : a 8.: gown and other garment *..-tt getting in. Coffee should go D T FLETCHER. I I I For Ci mt> Member Sttte Committee 1m bottle Dade a decided Improvenent -

eta F. B.; Py f<.t-. E. T.; Bl.etaas.V3 There i* only one other man i i. immediatelt, into an airtight cant- N A. BUTCH :,;, E. N. DIMICK. I ront'nued their use for three

H.t MtieWS. M. F. Italy, it i* said, who ha such a ter ia order to keep ih aroma. F. B. sroSE H. week. and am bow a well man. I

The Ml Mat at members. mtrtag ',: large and cosily wardrobe, any thai Olive oil should! be put into a cool\, K B. RfLER5OX. know they robbed the -rave' of :anotnWrktlot" .

t taety to all are' na foOowa: :.llstragsi dirk: place and ..1t. soap and'cheese W M MILTON JR.J. No- one ehowld fall to tr*

K. Jnrkwon. J. M, Jr. ---a in M LAMAR. For Fish and Game \\"anift.E. them. M
f' p ens. W. dry place... ; Only eenta. .-rut..... at
.. ....... W. MColo.. A. J. ,, II L. DODD. GRAHAM I i: lilt: dn.ta

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I r. ceitlfleato of exemption for tilt two ,.date for the office et Clerk ef the Cb I' INSPECTORS APPOINTED

1 IJeara.I ''cult court subject te the action ef the '
S PRIMARY I Democratic party. Primary election May
1'p PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. M. hut The meeting was called to order By

a professions la order to be qualified to vote at the 'd J. S. FREDERICK. I Chairman Filer In the city ball. M:.Aa1: ,

primary election oa May 1\IJ.or Jane I Fla., at 2 p. m.. April 11. 1904.
and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May(
7. 1904, poll taxes for 1902 and 1903 FOR TAX COIXECTOR.I The following member were pro4n
t 10th and June 7th 1904, in Dade County. must be paid oa or before 5 o'clock P. hereby announce myself a caodl-1 I la person or by proxy: Meesrs. Johiu,

j I i M. Friday. April 29. 1904 (ten day before date for the office of tax collector of )Jones Potter Lynian, Ria,,. BoU.

P..twaen N' 1 i I -- the lint primary election). Dade County subject to the action of Flier Burteshaw. and Klrkmaa.

A meeting of the County Democratic i law, and shall at once forward the the coming Democratic primary Upon motion Mr Bull was elected

ATTORNEYS AT LAW.WlUsraetieelatUeMiu Executive Commute fur Dade county. return to the Chairman of the County I' NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice dw T. N. GAUTIER. acting, secretary.The .

Bute and F. rmlIsiolilisrin" Florida. was held at Miami. Florida ( Executive Committee.i minutes of the last meeting were
--*-****"'*'""* SOTl****"* i' i to be the ls hereby given: that the RegUtration ,
Ion the 11th day of April. A. D. 1904.& The assessment paid by : FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. read and approved.The .
(;: Boob of Dade County for
tAM THlM.FO.aosO7. Miami Fl.. pursuant to .uourDmeDt. vario.it candidate shall be as follows: :'. ,I I hereby respectfully announce myself ;,: call for primary 11. aai""u
: The following amended call for a 'Repreaell taU... ....... ........ fit 00 t' the primary election to be held May 10. a* a candidate for the office of follow:

-D -T.- fLAGOS. M. D.. primary election was adopted, to-wif: Senator ... .. .. .... .. ... 15 00 I(, iy>4. will be opened la the several State's Attorney of the Seventh Judicial See official call on third page.

Notice ii hereby CiTeD that there Sheriff ..... ... ..... ..... .. 35 001(election districts of Dade county Florida Circuit, subject to the vote of A motion was made by Mr. Kir..2iu

OGIN...ids.elk.wan *.*tIt.-Cross rasmseyav i ill be a Democratic Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Court..... 30 00 oa the 29th day of March A. D. the Democratic primary. to nominate county commission.

'_ C 'uon held in the several election diai Tax Assessor ............. ..... 20 00'Tax ', III.... and will be closed on the Kth dw CECIL O. BUTT. and member of the school: bold =rllstricts.

MIAMI. FLORIDA. i trict of Dade, county, Florida, oa May Collector .......... ....... 2S 00I day of April. A. D. 1904.Thj I Same was defeated by acute

-- -- 10th. 1904. and if necessary on JUDe I I County Treasurer .......... ... 20 00 I l following persons are hereby FOR COUNTY SCHOOL CPEROrrXM- of t to :J.

DL J. M. JACKSOK, n.. for the nomination of all appointed -.-....', t-.i.T.tfon 11.1' DENT. A communication from of
7th. 1904. I[ County Judge ..,............. IS 00.. a meeting

omc: Democratic candidate Stale and countv (County Attorney .... .......... 10 00.: Si 11... rive U f -c Uii district; to- I hereby upenbUndont aaaouae ef myself Publle a Ustraetien eeaeidsletor ,,',candidates held In Miami May 10 I'M.

H TBI. BISCAVS BLOCK, Av*. D. to be voted for by the Democratic" : Superintendent of Public Instruction wit. of Dade County eubjoet to the win of i,;' was read and discussed by various candidates -

:, electors at the General Election to be : ...... ........... 5 00 I Number One Stuart-W. G. Park ; the voters aa may be expressed at the II'I before the committee. Finally

MIAML riOBIDA. held November 8th. I'M: and to be appointed [County Commissioner .... ..... 1 00ISuper.ieor I I I Number Two.. Jupiter R. E L. McFarlaad. I approaching DomoonUe primary. slottlne. the following Inspector, clerk, and

by the Democratic Governorof a. L EALL. polling place were decided upon fort
I of Regisuatioo..... 1 00 dw
W. B. RUSH, State between the date of boldI I Mini Fla. the following
DR. I i the Member County School B'rd. 100 Number Three West Palm Beach I, precincts.

Office t:! -ltth street 'Pbooe 4.BMldeooe. I log inch primary election and the hold- I!I Justices of the P ace,.. .... .. 1 00 I E. H. Dlmlck. I FOrt TAX ASSESSOR.I %'0. Inspectors.. Geo. McPherson.

l h Street and Avenue lot of the primary election A. D. 190C j Constable ...... ...... ........ 1 00i Number Four. Hypoluxo (Boynton) hereby announce myself aa a Ernest Stypman. J. M. Ennls; dens
7tR.. and of a Democratic candidate for H. W. Heeey; polling place, store of
Cullen Pence.
., 'noe. M1Al1.FLA.V. i County Fish and Gam Warden 1 00 CANDIDATE: FOR TAX ASSESSOR of
I United State Senator to be voted for 1 I I Miss Walter Kitchlng.
Number Five. Delny-H. J. Sterling.
All candidate are required to file a Dad County subject the action of
i by the Democratic members of the Leg- I| Number Six Pompaao-Z. Cavender. No. 2 Inspector. E. Edward, J. JLU'ar.
written application to have his name, the Democratic primary,
W. BACKPg.Plan Ulatnre of the State o fFlorida. at Itssession (' : Henry BrooLer. clerk. B. C Muller
Number Seven Fort Lauderdale W.
C;;;; ''' appear upon the official ballot on I I d C. L. XIMANIES.
In A. D. 1905. I, ; polling place school house
Made blanks furnished by the CoaIllllttee M. MarshalL
Sp. lBcaHoai' sad Detalle be I No." :I.-la,
Tb following officers are to nomInated pectora. H. L. Hillier, Lr
for Building of A'J Kinds, FlD.t I' accompanied with the fee above net Number Eight OJn*:-J. W. h... i FOR STATE: SENATOR. 'I.
at said primary election to-wlt: W. Burkhardt N. H. Blitch; clerk
Resideoees a SpeeialIJ.Orncr. forth, with s. L. Patterson Secretary Number Nine Lemon City-Warren ''
t D. 1 United State Senator i I hereby announce myself a* a candidate 'W. Comstock; polling place, cliff

1315. Artsre 1 Representative la Centres Second i lof the County Democratic EUC1Iu..1,, Mitchell j for State Senator frum the Thir1teeata i house.

i Committee-on or before the list day ; Number Ten Miami-C. D. Leffler. I 1 I
Congressional District. Senatorial District of Florida. \" 0. Inspectors.f., W. U Cos. C. *
Ii< of April. A. D. 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut GroveA. -
L L: CZASU i 1 Justice the Supreme Court for the : I subject to the win of the Democratic I f Mail Jon Daugttry clerk Cutlee
DL This April! llth. T. Carter. w.
fullttenn of six ,-..n.I 1904.W. party to be expressed at the primary ,I Pence; polling place school house
A. FIler Number Twelve Cutler-D. !..Brown.Number I
; DENTIST. : Justices of the Supreme Court I Attest: Chairman.George election May 10. 1to4. No. S- Inspector. J. E. Chamber: ,
MA. Thirteen Silver Palm-C
_eels wsa.s ..p.4I sSA.er.a.eerser 1 Governor. F. U HUDSON. L B. Taylor T. M. feRae; cJarH..
_.. P. Bun I'W. Hill :
1 Secretary of State Tbtala. Fla. I P. Hodges; polling place, school house.
MIAMI. n/MBDA. Secretary pro tem. Number Fourteen De.rfeld-O. W.
: No. C-Ia.pectore, z. Lavender Jaw
i 1 Attorney-General -
'I' Sullivan.
I Umstead. R. F. Saxon; clerk W.. B.
PrIDwT-TIMed&T. May 10 II i ,
This March It 1904.
Seekers Casael: polling place Hard..'. store ,
Home Treasurer. I H904.j 1 hereby announce myself a* ; raadl-I'I
% of Public Instruc A. T. CARTER date for the office ef I .Na Inspectors.. R. A. Bryan W. *
AneotJoa.To 1 Superintendent Secord Primary Tuesday, Jun 7. | Prosecuting Attorney -
/ Supervisor Regiatratioa. Dad Co. Fla. L Brackwen. D. OTTeai; clerk Frank
tion. for Dade county subject to the ,
interest 1904.. ,
will find it to your ,
I Stmnahaa !
I t 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. approaching Democratic primary elee- :, ; polling place Stranahaas '
before ianat 1f. .
to call on ate General Election-Tuesday November I halt
to 1 Railroad Commissioner. I lion. H. F. ATKINSON. !>

rut.r.n .Rellbart.in.inreale.Ut.. 1 Adjutant-General. S. 1904. I CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. I Mini Flax t I No. Inspectors.. H. .......u. J. f.Newlaaj .

Insurance taxes The registration book for the primary J. W. Ive; clerk. R. CoUroa;
aty and COGaUy. [ 1 State Chemist.j .
etc.. attented to. I'UYe election will be opened la each polling place,'school house.I
coUectioaa j 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh Aaaeuacesseat* win be inserted t. tileDaIIJ' FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
license > election district la this I No. -Inspector J. S.
a .pedal county on *. Pardue. A.W..Cromartie. .
.. legallttransgtae Judicial Circuit .sad weekly Metropolis for tee ** -
to prepare all kind I March 2). 1904. and will be kept J. S. Peters; clerk. J. t
Low fc*.. 1 State Attorney. Seventh Judicial open Is. ... er hi either edition for eve eolUrs.CsmtMet ,. J hereby announce myself as a caadldate .
lets, -of real estate = i i Circuit every day Sundays excepted matU the .e for CDutr CemmMacMraand for Justice of the Peace la Die Peodleton; polling place, school house.

Prompt attcation.C. C. CARROLL. I i i i 1 Prosecuting Attorney. I :6th day of April. !>>04, at which Urn charted. s sib nee.re 1IaJI ef the ths school s assemits.No hoard. win be strict Na" 111. and rmnortfully ask the No. Inspectors.. L. A. Osborn. I.

Public :i iATt tl y wul be closed. M. Bardine. Frank Jaadoa; clerk: K. R. w
Notary 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial aaaMBceeMBt inserted util paid support of the voter la said districtd.
sn D. 3tr-t. niciiKB *rW.CMAYNARD. I I The registration book will aot be 'or. William 8. HUL Kellum; polling place city halL f

-- -- District.i I reopened for the second primary alectioa. I -- No. Inspectors.. Jackson Peacock -
i i 1 Member of the House of Represen
:E=l.ellab1ei |I roll COUNTT TRXACVRXX- i I hereby announce myself a candidate John McKlnsie, J. W. Galloway;
tatives. I clerk Fletcher
GftoI_ .......... I AH persons may register who are i icltliena. ; for re-election a* Justice of the i Albury: Dolling place,
1 County Judge. I To the Domocrmtte Yours of Dade Oeuaty Old Hardee boa***.
: whether they have paid their I Peace m this the 10th district. As Iam
1 Sheriff. ''; norlda: ,. No. 1J-tnspm-fnr.. W < r.....-. JGo. .
poll taxes or not: Wit they cannot vote':, I boraby am..uaee myself a esmHdetefor BOW serving la this rapacity: I
II."M r.a.trees.Titda 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court. SWlc,"_. W. J. L
>> ,
A oubertl
A 1' unless their poll taxes which may be t tI > reelection to the office ef Treasurer would appreciate an endorsement m ;

&cmta1i n: : 1 County Assessor of Taxea. I I i I legally due are paid aa prodded blaw. ., of Dad County ....... euojoet te the accordance with the Democratic principles ,' clerk. Ceo. W. Moo4i; palling; place,
ae 1 Tax Collector. 1 win of a majority et tile Demoratln ; Brown Hoodie's warehouse
CleW, Jc.clerJ, i 1 of returning r.br a second term ,
of Public laJtruction. __ win ke iil hi tkeonwUe Dee-
1 County Superintendent as os#ris No. 13-Inspectors. Henry OoMaaa ti
I i POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. primary May M. IfSi. an Incumbent who baa satisfactorily
:. --- Ernest Mall Will
Anderson clerk C
: Payment of poll taxes for 190 and C. H. RAUI JRaOIC. I filled the office.d ; r
MCDONALD 1 Surveyor. I Fla.. W. Hill: polling place, school -. .
; GEO. 1903 Is a preroqnlcite to voting at all'! dw Miami. John C GramUn Co
1 CMnty Treasurer. No. 14-Inspector J.
*. W. Saxon W. 4f"
Cd b&1I.f I election this I -
I (Commissioner j year. R. Blanton. W. R '
i County : I FOR STATE SENATE. Slstrunk; clerk J.
.ebdleta.d. .Scan I EXEMPTIONS. A. K. HKTSKB.!:
""" I :S Members of the County Board of Candidate for I hereby announce my eaaddary for C. Holly: polling place, school "oeIt -.
"cCCOAXUT 6ROVX. FLA i The following condition exempt
Public Instruction. t dw County Judge. I State Senator from the Thirteenth I was moved and carried that aamee j

I i 1 1 Justice of the Peeve la and for Districts I j I person from the payment of capita- i;-irnatortal District of Florida' subjecto of candidates for members of the county

NOL 1.2.3,4.1.1,7.8 .. e tins or poll taxesFirstAny FOR COUNTY" COMMISSIONERS.TLe > the will of the Democrat of Brevsrdjind executive committee be placed on r-.

J. A. DANiN. ,! 10. 11. 12 and 13. i ii I one who has lost a limb many friends and supporter of I Dadecountle to be expressed at the regular ballot.

Srt ail..4 us ata.Al.O 1ia t i 1 Constable la and for Districts NOB. la battle. the pretcnt member of the Board of I the primary election May 10th, 1904. It was aim moved and carried that '

.. F -J r 1.2,2,45,1,7,8,8,10,11.12 .: Second-Aay one who>> was U year : County Commissioners for Dade I M. Seabrook Same candidates for game warden be placed e

erect M tshsr wet I. and 11 I IS I of ace oa or before December 3L 101. txmat' have prevailed upon them to I I Cnurtenay. Brevard Co.. Fla. | on the, regular ballot and the candlI -

sea a..s-' tha*IIA Presidential Electors. Third-Any one becoming of age (Jlyjars stand for reelection, and hereby pre I; dales for said office be assessed f 1 *0. -

.'" ....... I 4 Delegates at Large to National Con-- ,, old) oa or after January 1. 1903. scot their name, as follow: F. C'Akher. | FOR NATIONAL DELEGATE. 1 Mr. Johns of Precinct Na 1 handed

naUOD. i, Fourth-Any ODe who had become a George W. Lalnbert. R. EI : nndicla-;; la his regulation as a member of the 1
I I am.a for the position of .
lO ETD-- 2 District Delegate / resident of this State and county gn I McDonald. John Sewell and L. A committee and the tame was. accepted !
| "
'j delegate to the National Democratic
F..Ig U Member at Large of State ComlllltI or after January 1. 1901. Belt!.r. to the voter at the Demo'eratlc A motion was made aDd carried that '
sirs. O.Idai ( Convention at St Louis for
Mo. 8eeJond >
--- If properly registered any of the privary of May 10. 1904 I Inspectors and clerks be paid $2..) per
I rVmcreanlonal Dl'trtct.. I am per- day
{ 1 County Member of State Committee. above caa vote at all election. State mules ..., r -rr in the entire Democracyof The j
GOING next msttnq of the commit!
ARE YOU t 1 Member National CommIttee. and county held this year, without FOR SHERIFF. Orange regarding standIng -} d
county my
; was called for April 21, 19 4.
West ? i 1 Supervisor of Registration. paying any poll or capitation tax. I a I* a Democrat, and If I am fortunate There bring no farther
North or T. the D.soerati. voters et Dade CeenTy. business a
1 County Flab and Game PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS.Person enough to have your aid InI motion was made Dad
I norlda: carried to ad-
THELoniSYille 1 Member of Dade Gouty Democratic alder the following condition I rr*""y awMoace mysotf a esiKIMe*. i I Dade county at the election I shall Joura. w

& Nashville Executive Committee ta and tore win be liable for one poll tax I 1 liar rs slsction te the effleo .CaecW e( : greerly appreciate It, aad can assure CEO P. BULL.

Predaeu N" 1 2. t. .. .. *. I. 1.1\ only for 1902 or 190s. aa the ease maybe .. Oswrty. nsrUe. ..... *. the you Orange county Democrats will also I'
'win of the ef Ibo Oemeeratt Secretary Pro Tern.
Railroad 10. It It. .', and 14. : majority I appreciate itVery
voter* as wig be si.ros.i < m the Pirnorrmtte
Offers ...sorl.... paseeagrr ......Ioe. The rule governing arid pnmaq Any one who became M year old primary to be held May kt Ml i truly jour, HEALTH IS TOUTH. '

....n tnla* curry lag FnllmaaKeeper I election shan be the came as those I during 1902 will be require .Jo pay H dw JOHN FROHOC1C. :; D. N. Bachelor Disease and Sickness Bring Old A,..

*, up-to-date _bee, free reiUnlaaT adopted by the Democratic Executive for account of poll tax toy-that year. Winter Park. Fla. -

ebaJr. een sad .1.lq cars :, Committee at their meeting held laJacksonville. Any oa* who may become of age (21 Heroine taken every morning before t
..."... northern and soetbem eitiea. oa January 22d. 104. for yean old) at any time daring 1902':' breakfast will keep yon la robust

I... .1.ls. car service la .the State primaries so far a* Florida the Democratic I I
The governing win be required to pay f 1 tor poll tax I j at next primary I hereby announce myself a candidate I health, fit yon to ward off disease.. It
fhwtt.AJJ the same will be applicable to the and ask for the votes of
for the 19US. my
Ttektta'.iaL.&N. year for the poslloa of Flab and Game ,,
Arwwts leD Tsiovfa I county primaryThose and-o.Iy those fellow Democrats aad those who will I I I cares constipation, bUhI _-. dyspepsia
Any one becoming a resident of this j Warden of Dade county subject to the fever skin and liver and kid-

persona shall be permitted to become !, State aid county during 1902 will be I I be qualified to become voter at thai I action of the Democratic PratT, primary Bey complaint It purifies the blood
I candidate before, or vote at or par- primary. I promise elected to faithfully I
For rate, ........*. aad ft'pl.1f ear Hdpate la themanagement of said prt- liable tor the poll tax' for MO*. ; election May 10. J904.Edward and clean the complexion. Mrs. D.
I pert U dotes of tail
___nl"appl1 to mary election, who declare their adherence WHO ARC LIABLE TO POLL TAXI! vm :many j A. Graham. W. Smith Whitney Tau write Apr.

j. M. Fleming to the principles and organization All male laaabttaat who are 111,, t. 1901. "I have need Heroine sad Bad
...... ; years U and r." ponlbl omen FOR CONSTABLE. It the best .
alder U medicine
ware for
age year constipation
11'_ '" .. ... of the Democratic party. : '
..--01..r... of December i J. M. WILLIAMS.Palm and liver
tioral. State and county who are by age M. 190L !f troaWIt will do all yon
Beach Fla. I hereby announce myself a* a caadidate for
claim It. I
the law of the State lawful electorsof : Lay one booming a redaent of this.< ) can highly recommend
I tor tie office of Constable In
> the election districts la which they State aid county prior to January 1.190X I II pt50e a boUle. Sold by Red Cross
-toIm1lOfi Y.w fAR FOR CLERK ClHCUfT COtTtT. district Na 10. promising If elected to I Pharmacy.
3. i offer to vote, who have paid their poll wffl fee required to pay. poll taxi I'I I hereby asses myself ee neaie Madam faithfully discharge the duties of said i .
McWrgy..As.rw Use legally dee not lea than tea for 1902 aid 1901 for tile emee W Clerk ef the Of I
celt Co rt et Dodo Coaty, office subject to Democratic primary The Cur of Russia, ean at' least
day before said primary election, and If they become n resident after Jeaaary object '
the action ef the Psmseiatls jilmsij May U. count on ha..llIl1he ,
who shall, when challenged by aa elector L 1902. tad before newspaper of his
January, l dw B.: L. WHTTB.January I 4 L M. 1oo1dlol_. I country with him on almost
pledge I. writing ape oath before be any ob
1903. they JIll required pay poD
I K ...
ject. Tbs
j easier to
It any Inspector to abide by tad tax for 1903 only..Aay I agree with him

YEARS'Co.usNR support the rtsml; of such primary and one reaching their majority (21 : 1 take this _.... te tatr...m tko tee < Ore.thaa to impend pabllf'adoa.-oma"

t support the Dominie thereof. yean) on or after January. 1102 will em ef De4e Covnty that I wU oo a ean--' FOR
,drib rooleethMi te the odes W Clerk i -
The poll shall be opened lad closedat be subject to of tax
payment poD tor et the Circuit Cewrt subject te the action I Ief UNITED STATES SENATOR A DU'DToR BURNS

tie several election district, at the 1903.It. I the Pisusratls prlmerl Kay HO -

buss Axed by the general election law. all ages of exemption of a voter po.mwaga tt ........ b perform 1M der !
*c Tlie following named an hereby ., ef the ..... at the ratare, a* m th VOTE FOR Dr. Bergia. Bgla.: Ill. writee; "1
a---- persons from payment of poll taxes. ie Boat
....._ have
*S -_. (PUS .*< *e the best ef my abraty. I will ased BaJlard'. Snow Lialment;
... ...._ c-..__ appointed Inspector and Clerk for '
,:..H____ secure of the supervisor registration ee araleful te those wae win favor mt JAMES P. TAUAFERROTHO always recommended It to my frieaeX

==_ :c-ore; :....... I tfce severs: election districts: a certificate aetttag forth the fact that with the r __ a. I an confldent there Is no better

-.uti.rus... -'" iSee report of committee meeting onIntpege. I such voter u exempt If the eerUflcat dw E. C DEARBORN.i I II NAME It COMMONLY PRONOUNCCD made. 'It I* a dandy for banaL' Thos

Sdtnnnc Jltltrltatt. exempt the voter from payment of who lire farms
I ) on are especially liableto
I hereby sseaaacs ..,..., a eanffldaw ASr IT WAS
A : : :m..v.led -'Po T :'" The voting shall be by ballot ..' poll taxes for both year (1903 and for tile office ef Clerk ef the dree | many accidental cute burn, brulseawhich

...... = usw., i, DOS. If properly registered, ae can Omsrl for Dade Cowaty. eabjset te the | fj SPELLED heal rapidly when BaTiard's
fiHi& iMketa; furnished by the Slate and
C o. Newdpr then vote upon ptamtlm to the ia- ...-lllItc Deoneeratse primary elso- Snow Liniment to applied. It should

I IroonKIJIEYCJJ Cunaty Executive Committee; sad at spector each eerUflcar-, of exemption. ... I '' always be kept la the house for ease
Iw I
the close of each election the laspee- 1 If th rotor to subset to only '.* "TOLlYfR.'J of emergency" 2Se. SOl, SLOG bottle
Ttoone Tleta Fin |
t_.r* and Clerk lUll proceed to CU\'ULi pan tax either for 103 or 1903. the, For sale by Red Oowi Pharmacy

.... .. ....... ... the rote Ia accordance with the State name Tale wffl apply M to securing I hereby asses ..,..., a. a naneVI I" .


... ._ .--JW.-W z.& _, ",", '.".c:>,..!'. ...... ,...,""" ...: -.J.. ,_ ............ ._.
H .so. t _::,..,..v..t """- '' ''' ''''"-"'''L .;;: ..&"t<"-' _- .. ".. ..,",L. '" ._ .'_ .. ,.>-;, C.L.-. B.+wffi.L.a..fN.

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:.-.:.-. :iI! .'<< '"'"', ',. ''.'"
The Metropolis desires to congratulate F J: ? : : ? ? != ? ?1 | DO NOT AIL TO seeWHALER'S |
OF..Mj".j -
Senator Tallaferm and the peopleof "
;: I I I I I'
Florida the result' of TuesM .. --- ... ,,
.....fehed ever* day eiccst s....,. : primary upon elKtloii. : ='Ii ;-o.'!': -:' !.:'- : JEWELRY STORE

ft a. iAflM..it. ; : : .; ;: = ;; :-
UIIn. It U a splendid tribute to this honored '
I.IIftfil0ft' \ i': ; ;.: = :" r
-- gentleman: that acaiimt the roni- ; z- I 314..12* Sire**.
. t. 'aialiI .f..s1II..M. limed efforts of thounand of mono) 1q
r fJ
[ ....... IS ..* PMie.Bta ** MIsBi.FTerKU and all the invented falsehoods, of his ; :
.._ _._t -
f.' _n ....... opponenta and their. follower, be won : : : ,. > . . >. > ... . ... .> >.. < .<... .
hoe r..a ..n Y.e.pspt p.ot. .w : : i
f. by alit h a maenlnVent voteKrerythins .. .
... .*la Ua .t the Called stave at.ta.el.t I i : !
etb.r..ties' ....'..1. possible an to bill .Hiblir I II 1\I.1oR.EE BRO'l5i.,
i and private life was scrutinized and I
:Meal t..dt.g make..I.seem Mr. .: i KINDER LOt' (1.I .\.. !
i e'L,1te4enlmtlau trap th.mratea. held up to the gaze of the people and II

; One Year by Mail. . . . .$:;..00l yet he came out victor by an unexpected I Make --\

Sj Months. *.> majority Had the primary have F- w- -
.been later he would have bad a I.rr.rfollo..IDI : IJ I'-rshaf.rrn .......
Three *. 1.ZS '" 1 = .... ; _i.r.M--... "' ...1< _- -.. Kinder Lou Crates.
still for the be- --
people mere '
Carrier. i
Gas Week by -I .. J S' C' 1'1..kton f .......
I I -ommg so thoroughly di" gu ted with "' ... ..: .'z., -c.c_ K7i-/c_ .-. M- __ f.,1 .-- .
IlimiAdvertising Printing COmpuJ the unscrupulous method of his op- I P'' 1.
I I Wilkinson Call Chase & Harney. Miami I
: rates mad known on poser* that they were daily deserting .__rKrC_C_.. .. = N- CirC I II

r' application. I IE them by the hundreds I .. IW, J..nlliRr .J I t3' Set-
TELEPHONE. I-SR-: Florida I I. now nhat she ought to be. I I -.. .. .. .._;s--. e-" .]__ I

.- &FFICK: METROPOUS BUILDING.u !' She ha shown that men of moral, po- r 1 __ ryaK -:. --R 1! WI..tit i I ", I Kinder Lou Gratesall
cleanness win M '"' z SIS' 6t4IIJ Dade
: and 434 Twelfth Street. lltical and personal can '!! J' -I over County. ;

Court House. even In the primary machine method ... .. : -. N B Browsed! f 'lilt I MMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMM
I ....- ... Coo ,. :>< ." '"' -i!
over those who have spotted reputations "

l OI8TAKCK8. and who use the weapons and ..I __ '(' M Brown f- .!. --4 I . . . . . .
j ""_ Cses_" i*.yep-SKxa' I7: _-I I 1 . . . . . . . .
i r/tnr ; k'tu. method of the demagogue. I

j: ,.. |T*.'rsJMissUF I} weia Right will triumph In the end. and _= I c: .:.. ..U II Mays.-.- -I ........ I i Epicurean Restaurant I

Miles .uei MUM It certainly has lit this election In M Bern
r -crw.u.w i"2 F"iT Florida by retaining to the people an M / '.4.. M..C"' .. ... '"'.=-!-;. -..:tJ
-. ._... ......... ,' I! I! I i J05Urb $I.i .
; _...........*.. 2J | S I lit representative la .the National Senate 1// .. sever -- 4ee't
, > S I'" let who has often demonstrated his ability : _. 'F.=.. .UM = "' _= .:
i. .a::% l-YI"k'ri ;i m f enWMJ and Btness to accomplish good for an i I Z rr "' I.IhwgbertyJ f'II' | Continuous Service from 6 o'clock m., until 10 p. at \I

Ps.sN4.i. I" sled sled classes of her people. ...__ _= .._"'c ?!:.= ; "" .... .NNM.MM.1.M.N. . . . . . . .
'='aeslA.te.Ie...1 pM + M NI.su I f'll. Alexander I :
still I < M
also :>
Ii J_.........._ .1). 111I I Ml I NI The triumph of right 14----ICI414 C sa --- I K. J. PECK
.... 5CO B. M. BAILK
-(.. apparent In the relegation to I :
fe .........- .- Ifd t.. I' pof f '" _: Watson ,
lltical oblivion the demagogues who .M"14"C14.--' 9 PeeK 9 Bailey
and tried to throttle the ....nl I
MAY 14. 1904. I opposed I = M Hudson i h I .. 1.-
nl the conservative D8O 1e. I ;st"J :: :ta.i\I.: : :54re Riel'Grade

-. II- iI. r. M liri.mf -I} {i I II YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
\itt TV Columbus Faanire r-Sun thinks I RUSSIA'S TERMS. I ;__ i! ; =:;= Overhauling mod Repairing. Maria Railway. *

t that Mr. Hearst might eel! M. Opper to yeI I I! W I .ee.ye. TOllAresctD .
Gnb.m King MIAMI. PLA.
': pfctare kin in the White Houa This Some .IPII.---: la attached to the : .. :5= I_; _e t&: _: J r

to be about his only chance. fact that the Russian censor has allowed I I : -- '1
rears RK'u&otl
i ;
+ I the Moskovskala. Vladomoatl to ; i3 = _;;..2.i . . . . . . .

The Repnbllcana are aa disturbed at publish the terms oa which it Insists i t; u..1"" -'ri I' "t
,=:I.t ;.iJ 6fe
the silence<< of Judge Parker aa If they Russia should make peace when the ; ttM I L Sap Carlos

feared be la making enough sawdust I I time comes: .-14"-.!P 1a .:; _. .nii B $aundrrsI I '
to stuff Ted.,'* doll. "First-Korea for once and all be '
= UrAtllin.on i I I Formerly 6h) ? Palm }rotgl.l.i
. ut [ annexed to Russia & I rrr..>7>_.-rrrrr-- -- -_c 0

TIle people of Florida have redeemed -Second-The Island of Kin-sin i Corner Avenue B and llth Street

themselves la one respect and that should be occupied sod fortified as aa jI'f 1.=_3/.tCri,eta- Ze .y iJT Gander._ i (\ Gus. A. Muller. '
Is by the handsome vote given to Senator advanced. post of the new Russian I Proprietor -

Tallaferro and the complete snowIng coast which la extensive and for themost 11.bJiI'.I I : ;rrRRTaybrW

.1 under of Stockton and Jennings. part without defense."ThirdFormosa Jr.QIo.I: = =:: U Berry I Open all the year

.. The New York Times 0 baa sued W. I back to Its legitimate should proprietor be given China l3l ;:r ;::.. .! : :::1 LN .u&iI'_ : ..... at $2.50 per day add up. Special per week and to Commercial -

R. Hearst for libel because his newspapers -I and Russia shall retain on It onlya !_. .,..i..'. ...!. ..I IR B lleLesdom 2I men. Large Sample Rooms.

, charted that the limes wa port convenient for a coaling station .I, E Norton' .'. O. Box 668. MIAMI. FLA.
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controlled by Vaugust Belmont We I I and a fortification shelter for Its tof UJ I
lei... P.--k'
doat blame the Times for feeling soresuch fleet. -M i'LOUI
; .!ii. Mrrr.!" zaxx j
a charge Is enough to damage -t"ourtb-J.'D should have impos- It
the character of anything. 'led ." ...J.Ubn : t Hotel
j jMr. on It such war Indemnity (compels I BiscayneOpen
-- ''ing' In It her warships) that for decades .uI a.!t = :!: 'Juba Fro"d a

Roosevelt Is said to have ordered 1 << thin troublesome neighbor might u. .- M IJ 0 R O'Neal 1- .;.:.. I from November
__-LO :0 "'M.--.I_ S.
that the national Republican platform of all'thought military GRAHAM ProprietorCorner
lie !deprived y iii.ftla' 1st to Mav 1st. .4,,
=.k .
-must be short Incisive decisive. adventure. It h of no consequencethat 17 osrr-" -, = :
_.. .. Avenue D and Twelfth
precise and >nrise." Why Dot take Japan has not much money Ru.lli. ..,I = Hall, ", I{I Street.

._ the Kentucky platform It is all about j can take from It Its State bonda. 21 : 6t4III

Roosevelt, and there is not a sentence Let the Japanese pay for at least half I&C. "" --'ItR-KI-' ;l --.. MIAMI FLORIDA
I rags-- i7 I
in It longer than 392 words. a century and be reminded of the war rsx_" -=yre_ arG" !M =-i f'II'I

o .hl The Czar of Russia Is by far the The Inland of Kin-sin I. a portionof I ;: :>< .. '" I :! 1i'_: ,

richest man la the world. Rockefel- Japan on vhtch are the naval stations 11 r ", =_-:. .. __I In I. N..n.ld .. ; Bush & Safford Piano Co
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ler'a mllltos pale Into significant<< b.1 s.......... Nagasaki and Uojl. t

by the side of his wealth. He ls said ,' These\ terms are of decide Interestto t'" 'I i .,.-.. alBPr. :: .-': ----j----KrrC 1. Cimanies. 6t4I I CI_....'... .'.._00- I

to have mrde a personal contribution other parts of the world than Ja SoI. nepre.entat1ves
} : (.I..rhorn
oIlltIII.IIIIIIflllll to Rniwla's war fund. Yet ,DD--r rather it would be if presented ...._ ; &: f !! : : Steinway & Son's. New York.

some of ns Florida Crackers would at the end Instead of the beginningof r _.a__yr M" 1.1 ;i F're...rl..k i! .1 .
rather be us than him. the war. rKKp Kr K c.-E = ; =m.rsoa Piano 01.. Sosbn.

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General Karopatkln In announcingthe HOW IT WAS DONE. : I_I& -Ge.KIG2- -Ql.- : .C } :::17. Other Hick Grade Piano* and Pia-o Players. J

result of the bloody defeat of his 1 = = r_,I R M Imitbil Pianos from $225 up] Cash or easy payments. Tun- ] !

army on tbe Y.lake of It an "a Jim llarm Tell Why Frank Clark : ; ;:: ;:-c; BHl.unier r I ninjj! and Kejairmjj. A few bargains in slightly

y grievous; but glorious: battle. If be Ran So Strong."I I ir __I ai used pianos. Olsen evenings.

had been well versed In the history of C If Rau'I""D 111
I I x-e-e p ;r' i M_ i % c..:
brief the a. a. :Z -'
our civil mar he could In eqnrily am going: : to run again In yea tad -

phrase have described it as a genuine second prl m.r1Id believe I will bet .. : u ;. J t:5
I / .. C.", teI. !!
Bun Rua of an affair. i 'itil this time." _-.C- -,," --_- It. c r. ,__ ,_ .. L. n Time rrre veil s telephone'

0 This Is "hat J. M. Barrs. candidate I ,, "J': : t Burta.hsw = -I I message from I"'. U. H. $1D1111"' ofRlrerview. pr
, The Metropolis Is clad to be able to I for Congress Informed a JacksonvilleMetropolis I II -'" 14"-M--i, "'
ay that It had a hand In giving the I reporter who asked him if j 1'-I :;. .. ... .. _'I: I i..i.." r to.J names of nearly all of the <>M re sIdents -
H.... Frank Clark the vplendid victory ,there was any truth In the rumor that _....... 14-.t..;_ ... .. -JI ...,__ ii 01 Gut: I ret-lnrl lia.l; lirm left

. of May 10. He to one of the brainiest '*ie hartjdecided' got: to run again. I I ,. 42r-' .t _IF H tnnrnlan ofT th rf': 'r-"'...' tm<.:.". :-.1 they -
: 'iIi' .
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- mea In Florida and will make a rep- "\ hat lo yon think of Clark's. at re r. f-1 ".1 l t.* rrlv i ?'. u. \11'11 !

reentatlve In Congress of which theo :orr' I) IrI I t. (' A'icbrrI Many of these cltlnn .U4> wn vmIUK 1t
1( I asa.rf! !'ao.:t =;osic rI 1 If
boil That tot it to : lu the |.r ;cii.it iv..te u. .i.'it*..
w people will be proud I "Well ass a great surprise me. Jobns : ......c..
N 'ii.n.r.
mill defeat Itorr easily In the second|I and I think to erybody. His big votein / ..oc.---" =.-.!'" __' .. .... --rc J .. '" -I- .. &:..,: ",..: 0: t'rai twrnt) p.ari >>. ,.-

L rain there Is no rtottbt. I the cotton counties of the distric* l/I : -r i'- -I.I.I.k; : i A. this precinct ouM give: a no'i.i! ClearanceSalelof ,
iMif"'M" L .
t u was due. I think to the fart that lie "an- iK- -:-; -- -'"" t-2II --= i._. | vote for Taliaferro. Sparkuaa and Psrvls. -
The Metropolis wishes to take off informed the farmers that be was goIng : I|, .1 .; ... -. .: f. f.alnb.n.1/ .1C -., Raoey and all of the antl-Simon-
=_ .,... !:.? "" : i l
t Its bat to the Hon. Frank Clark for : to put a big duty on Egyptian and -I i ton candidates, the reason a by tbe

the splendid campaign be has made In j'I foreign! cotton to protect the farmer I o =K ::!:t:;"ot' y i ts ..RFigrlMnald !4- names of these old voters were left off 4

his contest for the nomination for'of Florid and this caught the farmer, ;: 3 i.II. apparent.-Tampa Times ,
T A "i..ti..ld ;
Congressman from the second congresBloBaMiatrtct I who believed that his cotton was Indanger ;l ;, t Jt: ,a.= ''M'-B"

r of Florida. It la a and that after seeing and hear. I 1 I A I. Allen i Fifty year* from now you will best S
r; 1 .:t ._ -:; = KKK -_ _:_1& :r. the old timer referring tae gone
record to be proud of. Mr. Clark will ( lng Frank Clark decided that Clark eZ SatYrs' I jI ,
with us that the Metropolis has i: alone could save him and switch Conj I .' 1 'C S '>t.nt'IP.1I old winter of III! :-#(.Sallnevllle (O.) '
acre !! = ; r SHOES
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= 81:11. .. .
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[ bad lltte to do with the ,...It.-J..k-1 *res es Jn t as be (Clark) liked. Besides I ,

sonville Metropolis. Frank Adams w ho la a prominent .1 M .. -- -=. if. 14 A Belcher !,-, .

--0- I! man In our section of the Second &, -=.i---CM..C..:-.M-: ..='I.: .rwe..cell It. The trainer Biscayne wa hauledout : AT \. .
t. late District was a factor = yesterday afternoon on the f. K .
ODe of the surprises of the primary I I Congressional .. "' = C. ..M'c.
r was the phenomena run of N against roe. However, I have asurtnces Ry. marine ways where she will WDCohen's
Broward make feel hopeful of .I .
i B. Browmrd for Governor. me dergo extensive repairs to her hull aad

la Hit onbt the moat surprised man 1.1''I'miccess the next time, and I am going la sheer exhaustion and tried to smoke and dollars will be turned over today'nr t machinery. I

the State. He has Another surprise to give It another trial. I -I feel be aald. regarding the end tomorrow by the stakeholder. 0- 1

store for himself June 7. but this time Clark's lead la the district was estimated I of his ctgar. "Ilk the soldier I In the of the largest wagers to be offered

It will be la the shape of a permit to .| this morning: at 4w), with about Civil War who white leading a charge during the day was at Rus h'. where
la Jacksonville Instead of makIng *.OII) votes of Dougherty. Barn and IS.nno Van the she
remain (I" knocked over stamped on. rolled. I vs pitted on Pelt /11
1o '
the. trip to Tallahassee. Watson to draw from.. 'I tile mud and kicked. by a mule..1|I man placing the coin there being wilting -

-- fathering himself. np. he followed : to wager It tn S3.5". Several

Senator flpotmer has I In the Cnnfresslonal SENATOR HAXNA-S PAKABLR regiment with a sore mind and a bi.1{I other wagers on Van Pelt were m..lat Park Corse

Record a long: defense of .1r. As be limped along he said: the same time, running the totaloffered J
which he disputes of Governor Myron T. Herrick, of Ohio, ;
him to
the 'I love my country I have Bt fur her un at teat place up
la the anthracite strike by ,,, w riling In the current Harper's Week- .
bis action $C.OIII'
'' | I her Wed far her. an' I stand readyo Weft palm Bfgaeq. pa.!
"did nothing -'h. the late Senator Hanna and
Roosevelt about
faying that Mr. die fee her. But when this war I.tier. i. Othe wagers mere ales> ..ffrrevl' .. Mgid /
.. the President of the Unite "Ia i relations to his State, recalls an r
Ill be blamed if I'm ever aiioin'A ..
being given: un I..>ftl.. but Van-
States. Mr. Roosevelt himself' le anecdote which shows he "" that lose another country Situated on Lake Front adjoining The -ts-sluK Miami/Is sue In port' ,
funded himself at the time bv wringEiat v.r: Manna had Intended to retire from Pelt seemed to lie the general factorite thus afu-nni. at :S/elork from Ha-
: R City Park A cool, comfortable pla.-e :-
: what n* did In this matttr he <1>dnmifflclally. z-the work. J. politics after his elecon with lh_ who rare.1 l to hark. their tart She will peA tomorrow on the ,1.
the Althouch enonw.. sums mere oft to steep at. with g-rf table eeryk,. -..
." And ft both M-rFpuoaer < ax Senator It was daring I irmarr jinlrment with the sum return tries with DUlUt.eor of pa..n- .j ISttmpie

aad Roosevelt are suppledta '""t campaign In which Mr. Hanna' ( esl l on. the rekult few of thiiounil the Arflar.)eveerday. Set era! bets mere offered that bexralil realm for traveling mea gees ana b, y freight.: The freight a -a
1 OIly! a
o : bwre addnwsed their argument ma nk l18rt. One evening after havingade row gulLs wuilh by this line Is pe-.
hand when the fins! re- get: one and two hundred ma-
this point to ....It.. of-at least- she'e ere speeches<< he dropped taco a i < ill 'I1."p Juriy -IVni....la. News Mr*. Ida B. H.v** p..idrt omens f /this season ot the re;r
he lolled wit Is ......It. Ho iibJv three thu ii>- s
where .
voting age. 'at in his private lar.

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H. M. KING, I'" .+f

Funeral Director and Embalmer. I Sol Agent; for Tho Largest

IJOO i In Miami.C5 .
South of
'r....,. \ttc.t..m to T.l..r.pfc or Teler...... C.IU, Jacksonville j

, -- II Dry Goods a.nd Millinery Store.


f MIAMI I METROPOLIS. I II jj PERSONAL MENTION. jj jjA I fj), 310 ? 312 Twelfth Street. > I

I Monday will be SALE DAY with us again. We will offer BARGAINS IN '.
- MIAMI FLA.. May 14. 11104. I It A Doolc)', of Cutler is up today f-e
j on txwinmut J. EVERY DEPARTMENT. This means a big saving to you. Our stock must be reduced. 55C :;

)(SCHEDULE.. i Our Entire Stock of PIECE GOODS will be
t )11M Spaulding. of Datooa. who ha d Reduced for this Special Sale. Come early.

;.. Arr.ve from the North I tern visiting tbe Misses Whitten for /)

x llZS*OS a.p. m.m. 'I torn time ban returned tb her home. ,: Q NOTE THESE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.DRESS II

Clove for the North- : Mr and Mr*. H E. Tuttle are delighted -
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1:06 a. I
over the advent of a 12-poand FABRICS. SHIRT WAISTS. Z
. 1:45 p. m. !Joy on bunday.. Ma)' 12. I Ls All oar .voiles ....ID'". crashes In 'I One lot of black lawn Shirt Waists" I Several pairs of ladles' white and a

....L.r : cotton that have never before sold for me have only 32, 42. 44. and 44. la Mack silk gloves, worth toe and JSc

THE WEATHER. C E. Haile. R. J. Merrill and Mr. I Z lees than :53c: and toe a yard Special these waists hence the very low price a pair; we will sell as long as they H

. Washington-For Eastern FlorIda: Chapman of, Pompano are In the city I 0 this sale ... ... .. .. . .%Iie ,.d.at i . .. ... ...... . ..:5e each. ls.t at ...... .... ...,.... .4 gr a pair O
Continued rail and rooter; east to on businessJ. '

oath wind I See the Urge assortment of wash I! >

Maximum a:. Frank Kelly and J. D. Masters V materials. consisting 011&.... 1111-1+! Fifteen different styles of lawn CORSETS. r-
of New York are the late malls, grenadines. and '
Minimum. among arrivals atllerala... In white embroidery and taretrimmed We have broken IoU of very fine
In the rlty. fabrics, worth Snc. Ke and fOe to be I cornets, consisting of ITsc
all handsome and stylish U some of the very ,
e.., sold Monday at lie a yard. z
ejacu* I these makes, special .... ..'I.M I'lLbeet makes, worth 12.09 aad >S2.SO; """""
Mr. and Mr*. F. W. Hah hare rented Monday we will clot. them out at <

I TOWN TOPICS. I their comfortable. tome oa Thirteenth I in A large lot of Wash Goods, in all ,. .. .. . . .. .. ...., U.OII
styles of material, all colors, worth
Street for the summer to Mr. I I .
,_ I Our entire line of silk waists to be }i. r o
e eee Wheeler of the Fort Dallas Drug Co. ..... ZSe and %Ot!. to be sold Monday at 15e. '
closed oat regardle of
I cost. Our ?
= Twenty-fire pieces of Oxford salting 110,00 waists, at ...... Our $&.M waists. aid Misses' corsets "
Frank Kelly, of New York representtag Mr* S. T. Gramling and MM. Job. to be closed out at .....2Se each _
t--. the popular suiting'for fhirt waist I aT H 'M.' Oar H.OO waists at $3.10salts C.
the company which will supply C. Gramling. have gone to Columbia I
or wash skirts nothing washes Oar tOO waists at |...* All new aid ..
.'1 the machinery for the- new electric s. c.. on a visit (o relatives sad friends W -"
to date.
:--... light plant, has arrived la the city and of a month or more. I better or Is more serviceable pedalp CURTAINS.Several n ..

will superiatead the erection of the I IJ price .. .... .. . .. ...ISe per yard I pairs of figured aid plain Mari ;
aam.. A good part of the machineryIs Mrs Cbas. Blrkner leaves the flrst or ) = Several pieces of silk to be closed. I j LADIES' WRAPPERS. mined Swiss curtains for either bedroom .s.as..... .

already hen sad Mr. Kelly will begin the week for' New York, where she win j r out at this sale all worth 75c I Several or dining room 1 yards jag

his work at oaCleo and It Is expected visit her mother Mrs. H. M. Scott, for : some worth more all to close a&rd.1 out at j' aad kimonos styles'to be la closed percale out wrapper worth at.... ...... .... .... .... .Me ,er. y +.7

to have the plant la fall operation the summer. this sale. at ... . .. ..Ue a yard I IWe I1J3 and $1.50. Monday's pile Me tIJ.
Inside the ant sixty day*. us HOSE. \

Parties wishing to learn the Spanish s.7 place oa sale Monday a lot 011 Two pair of Ladies' fall regular > ,

WILL BE BURIED HERB.-The remains language can join the class mow being D:: mercerised silks wool chafes. made absolutely fast Mack hose for -J :

of the Ute Eugene Lee who disc formed by F. C. Enright. a proBrteai Faataisle silk tissues worth toe and ) HATS. HATS. HATS. ........ ...... ....-........ .2Sc !

at Little River nlU'lda111'llI he burled teacher. < Cc a 'd.. special .... ... ...ttc yd. A clean-up la oar millinery depart -J.rW :+
meat We ba.ud oat a lot of
here this a.ner.aII, Undertaker HOSE. _

Klag.. A telegram authorizing the Iatermeat I James E. Gary of Key West Is 11I1' HANDKERCHIEFS. children's and ladle hat, also a line II..' ribbed hose, guaranteed fait p.p= :'

la Miami. having beea receivedfrom the city on business. Mr. Cary is one (g. Be sure and see the handkerchiefs of baby caps, which we will S-"t aad ........ full regular made double CJCJ .

the daughter of deceased la Illinois. of the largest pineapple growers IB z to be sold Monday at .Se- each at 25e each. heel and toe. all ........IOe pair T

Funeral services will be con- the State aid largely Interested In MIami
darted byteriaa by Church.Rev. Dr. Farts, of the Prej* and Dade county real,estate. 8 Special Values will be Offered in all House I Furnishin s J

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Mr. Wm. H. Brown, president of the
WELL: REPRESENTED.-Miami Fort Dallas National Bank. Miami; II such as Table Linen, Towels, Sheets and Pillow-cases. AL pi

will be fully represented at the usual and vice-president of the Indian River I

session of the Florida ....... Directors State Bank Ttta""/ ". left here Sunday Great Saving on Ready-made Skirts and Under-wear.

and Embalmers. 11It1O. which for New York' and Boston on a : a:

coavenes la Jacksonville le next Tuesday. witness trip. Mr. Brown's multitudinous "

Undertaker W. P. Miller left this interests keep him continuallyon

moralng for that place and tomorrow the move-East Coast Advocate.Mr. E. B. J OZTGL AS.

.tight. Undertaker H. M. King win go I ? ;'j'jn

aid Mrs. T. H. Pitcher of Key _
West who came over on the last trip _
of tile steamer Miami from the Island [ 1

Isabelle. Wells late of the British West Sty, and who were enroate to Barnee- _. u _. __ _n r .'1
ladies. has rented the Chase house at -
vllle Xa, for the summer, were called I ;::
101 Eighth Street and will opea a mod- home after reaching Jacksonville. They W.: F MILLER G CO
era and up to date boarding house .
are now at the Bay View Hotel and School Will Soon Close.=
there Monday. ((5uersars s. CrVui Nrb o.)
win take the steamer to Key Went tomorrow -


of the Davts-Tallaferro Club Is requested II And your children will soon have a long vacation from --"

to be present at the meeting oaMonday books. Why not them
413---12th Street. Phone 25 place in the .4
night as there will be work to I
.do la the .seat primary for Mr. Davis < Miami Comervatory of Music? I
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who failed to win oat la the ant prt- I
The yacht Graaatsa bound for New I
",* tuff owtag to the fact that there was BAT VIEW you investigated our
York failed this morning on her trip
-r-a good big vote. for his three opponents. 8.. G. Zimmerman and wife Danla; bat owing to the high wind prevailing BUSINESS LOCAIS.i "Partial Sdl Jarship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabled
Brow.... Brown and Mays. Da
J. Frisk Kelly. J. D. Masters New she only went aa far as Cocoanut to obtain a Scientific Musical "at
I Education
via win be winner next timeIf
aa easy a merely
Tort; Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Pitcher. Key OrGY.',,-"ere she will anchor until outside Homestead for sale, apply to this I I'office
ate friends win be active, and Dadecounty West; Maybelle Richardson W. S. conditions 'are more favorable.. I' nominal cost. Stadcata gee arrasjf far w.c .* Practk P'....

mast give him a handsome ma laencer. Cocoanut Grove.PIONEER I .
'jority. i franklin Coleman Bush
The coasting schooner Ads, of Key FOR RENT Desirable east rooms Director.

DEATH OF MRS. W. 8. SPENCER. James B. Cary Key West; C E. West Is la from the keys with a large 224 Eleventh Street, with or without

Haile. R. J. Merrill. Pompano; A .A.. cargo of pineapples' bound for the board
-II,.. Sarah M. wife of W. S. Spencer -
Dooley. Cutler: G E. Robertson. New norther amarket. '' Mrs I -
died at the f..lly14-. Coat '
York: W. A. Bates. Jacksonville: E. S. . . . . ........ . .
.. . .
Grove yesterday afternoon at . . . .
D. Burr. T A. WlnOeld. Little River:
JJS o'clock. Mrs. Spencer was 44 The coasting schooner Roxana. and rat-4 lam table board may be procured |
O. W King. Fulford; Mr. Chapman. i SPIERS & MERCIER
yean of age aid besides her sloop Violet sailed. today cargo-laden at in) West Twelfth Street Mrs.

husband she leaves a foster daughter PompanaAN for the keys. They will briag fruit Nelan. 237 .

of twet".earL ..... body was peaby CARLOS- oa the return trip. : ,.:. '
JOS. J. O'Brien. St. Augustine: Otto>> .
Undertaker W. P. Miller and 5 5 FOR RCo"T.-Nf'at1 furnished cottage i
shipped Yorlep.. Cutler. Real
"\ this morning to Daks. Ala, Captain Ross of the auxiliary yacht for rent. Summer pnces. Appt Estate. Life. Fire and

-where the Interment win be made. Jupiter who had expected to sail. today this offlce or 110 Ninth Stmt, neiwee,. 1.

for Jacksonville to spend the summer Avenue B and Bou.......... i Accident Insurance

TO ATTEND FTNERAL DIRECTOR'S ftEWS ON THE BAY. has bees suffering' with fever for I I

JlEETlNO.-Ua4ertater W. P. the past several days and oa that account 'I' For Eastman kodaks and au'Ppll.. I i Rental and Collection

'Miner left this morning for Jackson- has deferred the trip until. has ;'go to the Van Moaer Studio on Avenue *>

vine where he win attend the usual Captaia Charles ThomJl.Oll. of the Iott.ell.. 1C i

sorbs of the Florida Funeral Directors yacht Barracuda with his friend Mr. | Office over Bank of Bay Biscayru

sad Embalmers Association which Ralph Worthlngton. of Cleveland.. O.. Agents'I'I
; New Idea Magazines and Patterns Lock Box 77, Miami Fla.
bate to the lower coast In
la that city aext Tuesday.Mar gone questof ( I II
convenes. ITta. Mr. Miller. win be absent tarpon. Mr. Worthington who wa ft AT THE CHURCHES 1 1i I I for Jane received.' The Racket Store. I II ...e ...a ...N........ .. .. .

about a week.r here earlier in the season and succeeded ;I I --- ___. u__ _
In landing several of the -silverIng. Good shoes for, men women and
i TO-MORROWS\ \ children at The Racket Store. I Pure Tennessee cream OB sale at If yap wait to Improve .
IMPROVING HOTEL GROUNDS.Llhl .- came down purposely for another .. i I your ,roper
Biscayne Drag Coap..,. HJ I I''t
,. and sad
Gardener Andrews' of the Royal exiting and trial of his. luck' with to borrow money for De

Palm grounds bass. large force of men these monster game Bah. They will aaaK ftKMftrtaeatv>c
at work preparing and Improving tb* be ......several davs. and If Captal.ThODlJll'Oll M. E. CHURCH SOUTH.-Subject of Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drag There are many yoaag peop ; +t-law West Palm Beet m

Is deserted his luck :Miami and Dade ........
rroaads for the attraction and delightof not by the morning ...... The Greatest i i coaary In I

next season's ..... Among.... they will bring.back. .a.large. catch. Possible Achievement. to a Single Mission -' Headquarters fancy groceries, fruits : learning book-keeping and .stenography LIVELY!: CONTBST.O .
things being done Is the planting of etc. at WUsoa ",.'a 7 and the MetropolU proposes ..I
robing vines along the promenadeertvding Mr. Lorenzo .Blarltstone and Mr. H. Life. Evening: Subject "Sow- mike It possible for two of thess .

ball-room theM Price-Will! lams, who were out a short Ing and Reaping. I' have a chance wtthoat Ute east of .I i .' .otr with every tea rent paid
from the on .
i! Uoo" t toe cream that U good :
time ago oa the sloop Klondike for a single dollar. For fall details of Ue for Kut* 1 Metropa.
Wire netting
*U side of the hotel. and pore !>..., .o if the. Biscayne DIM
writ be arranged alone promenade cruise and shy at tarpon win go ...al.tomorro'a' FIRST M. E. CHrRCH.-Tomorrow plans see the sixth page of this ...... I ':II, which caa tie used toward
Company. Thee a r' Tennessee cream
... .
to try their .t. time
for the vines to climb on. thus shad- morning the subject of the sermon will :;! 142 :come worthy young perwn1'
I way
will be made the lanrrh
the trip on
hue the plan from the .... The vines : be "The Talents" and at 7:15 p.>> m.The A GOOD HORSE FOR ALK-AI tftMowrft ft 'YYre. .
La Breera and they expect to tea1several ,. | .n'I'M latMte .
are of > fine climbing variety and were : Gospel of Christ." The Racket Store can show you the Leno* City j ..
of these famous nrt.s jI ptng or ttenography. For f JI
brought back br Mr. Andrews from lineal assortment of chinaware In the I
visit to Nassau and the Ba- Fine Laces and rfruUri read the half-page aarxiubtuiit .
a FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCW. city at tmo-thlrds price. Embroideries at n..
Captain Stromherg. of Jacksoovi I.
bl naa He also broach over a number Racket Store ia -.")"'. paper.
has relieved Captain John Myers as -At the 11 o'cbwk service tomorrowthe }:
and these
of varieties -at bananas
matter of the Tug Bon Accord engac"1la sacrament of the Lnrd's Supper Every subscriber to the Dally Metropolls ,
W being planted la the garden for the We Tennessee A"r. TOP OOINO TO BCILPt !
towing rock for the Jetty work outride ,will be administered with reception of can aid some deserving young use ream ic all i
fllr.j ..
-- of lending to Its already at- or fimre
-Ii_ the new bar Captain StromLerr :new members: the choir will sing the man and woman In securing a buslaesteducation Ice cream and also have tie in your work sad saws

.nt.l1'eu-:: 's aa experienced towboat man and I. utb_. "Just As I Am At ::3H p. by using the'ballots to which plnit'I.-' r a.nn"y T.HAH4M. KINO A; GRA I -

O-lv a fool man would deliberately ore of the veteran skippers of the St. m, Dr Ealoe and Miss. ,Cannon will they are entitled oa payment. of subsrriptioBs. FVRN1SHED HOt78-i HAMONTR a rTOR8 AND! BUILDKh -

has lag the duet. "He loved his _.." sad Read oar offer oa sixth Tenth I will Ikintron all chvwe of btiMmr -
rfc. sot .,.., by guessing within Johns river Captain Myers returned on street, for rent. tiny aIUI.I Pbs.a farai.M.d

tea years of woman's real age. to Jacknoavfla. ,'h_ pastor win preach oa Repentance.. I, page. oO cs. ter. Nu 41' 131 4

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I 1 .w t.t.as.A t:..,.
A CLUB FOR WIDOWERSSyracuse plating nurrUxr wtw* *w* join OMrlnb. Maria r..n The i >i ..... niHli-rtiMk to t't'OM tb
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Our umtl u '0..., I* Enoo'gh,: ; ronf iKtua tbe burrb-am dei-k of
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; Of bee habits of>< work, her L'iob-
: aDd 111 IUJII- rrrry man inirrpntiILat donkry" and earn ul eiprnoii. j* h*
record that the U
nphen mo-t mo-
:: to bra .
aa on ng light* went wan "n to bake ri| rirn.-M
Organization With :' If a uwiDlMT urrtm.. UK Hob nun y thodktL Mu CoreUi pave: "I rnttTerj ; Ii"| or"'i uHjH-ililii to Uimc-ir If nut teI

Twenty Charter Members.. floe bint foil. Each ntetubrr mint tee day. from IV in the uoroint, i tn. UK*- el..*. lie bad pIxHOETaph
loTltnl to the vvddlng. and UH Hob" until :$ in the afternoon alone an-i I [ .......-.{ "i-i'aDd IIIP doIIl.f'J" 1'bt--
meat give bin a wedding pmont of tb' / and turLed.. I generally cnbbl f I.. ..M 1 1 for :". rentii earb. At Tonkt Clubbing Rates.
"CJCE IS EJOTOH" TKO: KOTTO. I, r.lw of al teed SID.Tbere I ,If the first rough draft of a rtorr;r bit |nir .J were a lot of oa fellow., widower
: terj rapidly in pencil: them 1 copt t 1k.lle. Mid:
*, soh. boarded or Und alooe or If, | rp+ilred t.. rise at laws and tell
........ w.. .... te.a Marrto4 had 110...-of our relation keep IwMw it out in pen and ink, chapter enu> :Ia plctnrea to pay Biy btlla If 1 'Ia a rr ,
: with Caf tidu 1.
chapter >u* van uoj
rw*. AreEU.t.a.H"r UtW for u.," Mid anther _mbtor. -aDd w. bad to -*II them at .-t. I et to work.
-.;__ A".... a.. Div.r..d fen In the habIt of ap4-Ddlo our eve> only because I like a Deal iiunu* By 1 ..-.*..<.* I had vlalted erery shop The of X
_>.-_) .,a a.t ..... *. Bo.The Ing .t tbe Hub together. Then toms script: but beraoxe I think eTerr store i."l '101_ laundry aid was people Dade County will want all the news
alat..latlw body aoavevteJ that we form a widow- thing that i ia onb doing t 1 .talk'u.w: ..:y to rontrr trocer. this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
era' club and we cUd.... Oar metals r worth doing welL I find: too, thaiin who mil. IMI a keg of Biaderel aanpUaj cause of the elections! ,
Widowers' dab U the BeweotAid i I "tlaX' are to be held every Batarday the gradual protest of copying; I I Ua l 1..r.i-r rln'ew. I uDVrnl a pMareI
amooc "yrax-uae mea w Me better ,"bt and our beadqoarter are toTowaaend by hand tbe original draft Lie tb.I for 15 <->-nt... hut tbe ,..rnlOL-tloB pelts

Ine-tevtha are mo tangrr Uffeg. It wufarmed I atrret Kome of a* bar painter1 lint sketch, gel improtnJ| cUd I...i interest "111I.I National State
few day ago and t. ronipm.ed bees widowers for years and will rM. and enlarged.: run not a pfture: at any prfc-er: and County
mats bat tbe< joongrr fHlowa wfllaiarry Ire derlare.tI .
of OermaB-AaaerlniB
boalm-a* nee i! JllibablJ" agalnWILDCAT Irish. Dell la-k K rrot of tbe amvaBt of acybote .
of tb NJ"e -
soon aide. the New lock 7 ---- --- -
-- hill.|| 1 urge.I am I. din
Itr*. Florence Eaton an IrUhwolaian. '
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r happened to discover tub :
members i a p.. rTdr was wean bat the rbeei The MetropolisHas
tad the waiting IM to ; .. lUnce-not India rubber, but something .' .
a beg oar. Tit 1"- I. GeM L t Girt b >rs enmi.b to snip hi. MIL
Widower dab U lICIt Intended to discount I, Ck.abs A..... WHh vttlacm.. aimilar to it-which rhea .I'I ur .........! marailne bad hot a .1.:,.
matrimony. bat. a* its member I John yrrplmim. who lives sear JUj treated according to a certain proc .....ra;.r left sod I flrttf tbat. perfected arrangements whereby it can offer
eaceriespials.. It I* droJrnod aaaa :j I : oaa.. .'., was awakened the other tt a could molded into face ca "....t It wnrtb 13 <_t* t* kkww a such attractive rates for various newspapers

..tw.rsgvmeit to IK wU etnac* m o rningeownsotka br: a frtrbtfnl xiDaHInc and pableot funding u immense fool.. Wbea yna nee ot.r that there should be no excuse for
IB fate UtctMo. fMxlnc of without in1nsy T-e-e-a. I dink It eea" aamrered people re- -.L. .
amount rough
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,..,.01..... br rushed dowwitaln. when while in tuaje the D.... awl eel you rill writ It .. t maining in ignorance as to the happenings of ,-
-Wbesj a...'. -. married --.." appearance a tfat- the .
br found hl. '.
new Swedish maid pineIdly tile picture I baJ"t.trtII. t. year.
and a charter _..... "'thar.p.. preparing brcakfaat. while< a ural and attractive at the best wai pastor,
... face There rub dolls aometimt --- _
H* sold give some of the younger qolrmluc Lies near Jw fireplace spat - =- - - -
fellow a cbaace Brerybody" know I tlUt'OCabalarJ of fdlae Inventive ( Live the facet of distinguished per- Tk. rvrkaor ...bslboe.lien. I
that a widower baa great ..tt al tdTaaiacea neb .. be bad mrrrr. before beaid."I j IlOna .. Within a few jean in consequence are wane example of what tb* : RATE.
_wr a bachelor. To begin I cot roa rat" abe aald. amJIlq at ', dollmaUng baa become an hellish .........00J" cB do when b* tries I
with, b. to older tad knows Don. U* mepbriM. "I !cot bin la stable T..% Iallk. :1 Irish indunlrr. bard: :
bass I catch bin rlt bonefly ettlaciao -Job Wesley wa a treat aea cap 1
bas brake la. eat. apeak by hi
be dont rratrb. Tea, be to TOB ID A ktrMp Editorial It... tain. He beat tb* Dutch at W.terlMj : The Daily Metropolisand
ant wile and h* madmUada. aa tile I .. and
big .t.- by decree rose lobe -
bachelor does that after The great city papers think'tbeare One Ywr
ant maniac Tbe farmer looked at the straggling I II Iaaimal I HBgtoD: He was burled Bear Xehoain .
hiring atalf.I
smart in a large .
eeaaaa to be the whole The .
thin .
I It. a irUd'Al which weighh tile j-ortr foroer at Wratmlnater a*>,
the widower to .. ....... ed at leaat seventydve pound and I and although we have not published I hey" Daily 'I imes-Union $10.00
tad baa .. .ublJ8.blo4u4 a bom. I bad cla w. like a anan Ogtr. i ours before, we shall do so to take I Tb sublime< porte Is a very Ins old I
white the bachelor baa these comfortable .. Sadden!; a ripping ma beard to/ the conceit oat of the cit, breth- wine. I
arraBcemeBtii yet to make The '' with a bowl the cat Degas to extricate 'ren. The editorial lid of the Tbe pmaewifre case la the ease whet Semi-Weekly Times-Union 550.
widower. apprerUM IbeattentioMf itself from the oetUac. Tb faroMi Times is comprised of Uanagiuf somebody ba* got yams and wont glee J
a eke girt Tb bachelor doea cwt \ oracsnl tbe girl late aa adjolaloc rooc: [editor, Iri Cole; city editor. I. Cole, tt to yoo." Weekly /jMetropolis with Semi-t\ eekly Times-
r hacBOH b* has a1ft....! oa fenlnlaeadalattoa r and kicked the< door. A minute Into ,.news editor Ra Cole; editorial The< plural it penny t, trfptme" I Union _
and Icaoraady aaaame tbat the animal "Moped through I vtodvw to writer Hon. ilr. Cole eichaD/ I "Mnabrooma always crow In dampplaces ,,OQ
It to. alwaya .. be bto. Bo does sot I liberty. .. editor ; ; sad ao they look tk. BBbr I With Atlanta Journal twice week .
Cole) the a
know .. don the widower, that aaoe -Him via rot nice eat" the male: (: ; pressman, sant IM.- I I |=;=5
married be to .. lanmtealmaJ' factor la j rid reeretfutly.1 .ylab him >o Jo i Cole; foreman, more of the aai& With Weekly Palm Beach News fs.oo
his wife's. ...... lie to amioary. nketb atayed. 1 Cole; fighting editor, VLrs. Cole. n.\1.LAII .
kemasj and the grot ds boy bat b* Fonyth (Mont.) TSmea.G.nnari -
la traatod- wlU'araot urtmay.We ." I S D.wtat:.> rw ........ Per W_

barest lot fairly ..rga.t.dF ,f A auh.uiB protest against tile porker 1 Typography. lm diately n.J_"...* kr>n" eroupirough. ', Old subscribers must pay all back dues before they
. yet. aid Habey GaacH. tbt treasurer. ', bus woman la made by the Weatml* There ia an interesting conflict is. can take advantage of these offers and cash
..Wo. aclocttd the offlcen at the gut j i Peer Gisette of London which remark Germany between black letter characters I oppreawd. rattling rwpiuc in advance must
"It time and diOnilt ..,.. j.I I''stearna. !' accompany all orders for
BBMtlujt aad arranged the teems byJ i* tjajte tbat anm sumptuary and the Roman alphabet. It .tbIDI( Hf'ftIT" these combinations.
Which members are M b* admitted.V law were purred to purest ladles from '
: is two distinct kind druggist Shallaburc. Wls. i,,
..__ costly to keep Y
widower who baa ben ...ni.4twte. offeriBC '7 temptation Irpsasrnby .
.s lof hence the of I arrit-. May 2/1,
to flflbla. Neither are gar to take broaches or watch type inferiority Dell1 hare" UMjaelllBC ADDRESS
, wtdowera son dtroreed mea. Bat any off them like ripe on new from a tn* :., German tpographrThe.tra.iD o/ I lH.lla.dHorthound Syrup foe ''I'
t man who baa bee widowed by death The county roonrll might .sane a by reading gothIC print alto contri I two year, and bar ,
, law making tt aa offenpwDlsbaMe b I' nte to the in Oef- sever bad a rreparadoo. I\
are only ran MB thin dab by paylachi ) myopia preralent
i sjieffibershlp fee aid by subscribing Boe l. to the -Utwtloll.We and watcbe* IB t'r pockets A cre< ilea f' are sot bound to owls single many ladles. would b* ooly tow glad M called: patriotism, long tottered they com back for more. 1 .. boa ,
I I 11
: far a. BM. CIa aay what Car fatale bar. potUta. bat at present they dan |i Ly Bi.uurck, ""''IIta DI the archai eatly rwommad It.SSs SOe. ILlS .I

t...."" ass ... bat we mutt tat b* coateia-' let DOt tben btcau i" their dressmakers woo- .I[fore.!. dw Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. 'J ;

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''f I I Of THE CIRCUIT COURT OF .nil1 I t I A T.__ Sle su.La .

DISTRICT or FLORIDA.In I lot 4Mtl with a (that bad aa totitH .
1 I Hutmrr la U* ttttla W.I. Dew
the matter of Condemnation: of Land
.lag a PI'". la ra* *MVrati* tka
Electrical Contractor betwowj BSaeayne Bay and tba Atlantic child said Mrantly:

Oraaa.Tb I suppose. ,father that even Oi ha
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I Praatdmt of tba Unhad Stalaa af un workmen to Wlp hl. t* da a.
I It.
America: I bas ta do. Are. the angels Gods

I 1113 I Avenue C. I To John r: Nor,. Caq. Vnltod Suto ,workmen r
Uarahal I The BjBuitMtmllliic at the eaUTaMrlrni
tba Southern Di.trtct
Estimates tor latrrmt la tb. t
pit qnntioa*
I'I : Oraetln-: I
the &*,. laid his band kindly *. his
I '.v"Electric \\ Bell Make kaowa la Elnatbaa T. Plaid Nary _'. h...d and atht -I taint they ar*.
Light Wiring. wiring. I II I W. 0.-.. Frank Oabora. Sarah C Orrhere. mj -M

Viola L. bo -*.
Oabora. D. D Hondrlek.Dn.Su.u rather. said the yea aaf
I Annunciator ork and Repairing of all Kinds. e C. Hendrfckaa* and Mary W. peer that the *a.*.. ever trlkr-i vTorkTlatM.

I Oaborn. Executrix and Frank .. .
I -.. Kx..,..,... of .... but win and '-0.I .
met of !:lira A. Cetera ........ and I
FREDK. S. MORSE !aJI atJMor iktaon. tatoraatod Ia tile follow.I CURES COUGHS AND COLDS.
I m. deaerlbed .....; that I I Mfg. C. Peterson CS Lake St. Topeka. >
j Wlwraaa a patios waa .... to tb. Kansas ears: "Of an Ua eoaB
|.bor. entitled caaaa praylnc tb* eoa-I II I remedies Ballard' Horehoaad SyraaU
I damnation of curtain bud tar tile
REAL ESTATE of the fnlifd Siata. daacilliail aa follow Baa- aiy favorite; It has dome sad wet
,I *:: romnwnrlnat a nolat aaath do all that U claimed tor lt-4o .*...
** d.cr... s* minutaa west M ...
feat .
from 0y ear coach and cold aad tt hiao
Office up stain Cor. Av*.C and IS th 8& tha Mrt.... wnor of tile aetiw..tquarter I
this of sweet and plaaaaat to th* taataTJSe.
space wtk* .M. ta townahlB Nsuck.
Miami. Dade Co. Florda. ran** C,...... rmnUac thane nonth tot n.00 aotUa. sold hy Bad
6 ........ 1* .....t.. o,<4 about !. foot Cron Pharmacy.
.. Ov CBM.of tb* Atlantis ocean tllaic
for I
following said kbxrr
aoutborly for boat
POWERS MEAT MARKET. 112: fart. Ibrar snub C .-.nia I* tats.ate5 TWO IS BTTTHTHA5 05X-
i west Wong a line naralM to and
dintaat Here'.a,..wr for the Maraorauarederl
at.. right anctm-froni tb* aortbani You waat 10 save .oa.
troun of thia f
Coast asap
Florida East Railway hart of kutd bolng
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats. Pork. &ea-n'-lj w..tar mkrk lee tart) stoat an fa -. to low can Sad Iz we It how*o joa bow pay ta a little help am ye* Uathr Wa

Sausage, Hams Poultry etc. aortbwljrl folbnrtn oa *Haeaya..... low Bay.watrr thaae mark pn. of_ faper sad get she two
you waat. The prior .f tha Dally
} soa ATCSCC: m : MIA.VL FLOCIOA. stoat tits test ibmro _tit i ilim in
Schedules. 1t Tlm *>VBioa and fititrn bas ranaatty
aluet..M.king a la. paraBal M .. .
be reduced ( the following art***
and dtaiaM .. ..
at n ht from IA.w.atIra .
IwrnOary of tAN tract af landfearrtbod. Three rnnvtb*. .. .... sass b
Are You Going to Build ? Swint MO f...O abut Bl foot ZSls.t.. . .. .... sa*
to the pntet of earn n .I..... _.... Oa year. aM
big c.C am mora or..... ta Dad Can We ....... t. hath tko
If so, or li you need building material of an) ty. Florida; Daily and ttnaday Tunic .... aadCtttaa
kind should fail Tbarvfor .... atn.au ace to torn- *sad the Pave*earn fair:
you not to see mend thorn and lack of ...... tad say sts _..... ...... ...... .. .... S .
sad an firiua mtaraolal ta or .....* OaayearW .............. M
..... upon aM Cad to b* and spear *will sendWyo.* theTlaMeUaioo. 8mt.Weglly
beta th* OmIt Court of ... V..... sad Citizen sad aha k
J. A. McDonald &Co. stave lor th. ....... D atit t of Florida Mi i a**in..i :

at Jaetaoavtna...... *. Ma*...,.. Jaa* tJls_.,.. for ...... ......... Ilk
ales Mi and thor to Its say obtaoUoaa 0..,..r.. ..... ...... '........ IM
they may bava. sad to ..... what
Ia..... they and oaeh of thorn may... THe for M tests mere than ... ,
DfiilfiR' lilt L..r.I****,hHai.e.a...1.i..ea.1..., Brick Urn* ta tile arooorty bat......... ......... pries afth.*..U,.] Iwo p apese a
C* a* t,Plaatwr ... to abow __ If say ....,. ... why aadfortftyoniualarpriaeaf 'more than &IIe-r....
1 Taid v*Oo.A*****D sad MU SwoM.Wilson's. said *..j>. ....... aot h* oaadoaMod ao-' the JfrrBorouaye.gag
cordlBa- law to tb. aaa of Its Ualtad: she SeaU-ITeektj TtaM.Uue* aadCitizea }
States; and why suck ptannllaa aa hiprovldad sad the FariK. sad mil
by law ahoald aot ha had: why Grower.' ,L
t i Novelty a tor ....... ant h* oammoao* toof Bead your aaaarlpttona ta... ctafe
lhe __. wry a Judgment of sons I. Messes alway at these atiaa*.
,....doe eM.... IIIC be ..-.. .... Tau Yartt.l ,
Wo8 tile WI'IIIet th. aaM Jury. taaaea .-- aI.J'1a
f of th. gtatato ta aach eao raM ..
I. la
BOW operation sad ready to raealT -
; why each eels sad rUMP -
order I I i I *"-*- }
amcaodbia a. try h. .t rldad bylaw
-- -. FOR AN1TH! GIN Ia stet ones a. may b* airnmry ..
WOOD NOVELTIES.: .oaaM th* Caitad Stataa to sere a OT>
t fact and fa. almpl. tttla thorn. .hooJdaot Cooley & Homer 4
Window tad door Beraaaa. window
A. Robbins & Co. b* badWits.
J. aid dot frame*, star fixture, stair ... |k. ITonnrabl MohrlDa W FalWr. .
work ....d. Maniac of an klada Cnhrf .1_.... of th. Supreme Coartof TkRul Estate uJRciUlAptts q
th* fnltml. Cut*, sad ... Baal of ;
IHarneBB and Carriago a R. S. WILSON this Court at th* City of Jackaoarma.te 7 '".'1;:
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. said D.-h in. aa this ,_ -..,. ua List Yrfir Property Will Tlo.I >< .j
; Depos1 day of April. A. T. test .r

: Quality is remembered long after price is/: _._--- PL.In Sts erCITICATIOaa.H (Ileal> E. a LOCKE.Clark. ,A tae pteee .f bay from .....-..,. -1..
-- -- with
ripanaa right, within a few
forgotten. ORDER FOR PTBUCATION.la '.1.! .(*.walk II she. bodae eeatarol ;jj
Miami,being 360 feet ow bay aad ,
H PPAL llAll1i the dmilt Conrf. Seventh. Judicial 100 feet deep, haviar a lot of tae ....t'L"I
t Quality Mkes the Bargain. :: Crcnit Dad Coaat,. fIo d&, beating tree .. it. The U a la, d t..:
: 4r : Amelia Ray v* Wad H. Ray.: dlvorea. place for a winter.......

.; 4t8. s2tthStx..t. zn1Jn.. ... ti t tact a.nd Ada It spearing by affidavit appaad d to yi 3
i I aow bar ta my employ on e(th the bill la the above(stated caaa that 328 Ttrlftl Strat. Silzier Bkt :

I beat draftamaa la else South sad aa Wade H. Rays the
r better prepared than ever for faraiah- ..ame4. |* aon-r *ideat oC the Stain ofFlori s

lag plans cud detail for good bufld- .ia. and .U BOW rodent of Port-

HIAVY BL.A.Clt8KITBIS'G. "p, flae eabiaot work ..ta.I Iaaa[. Oregon and I* over' the age ItWflItJ"oa.
Hone-8bneiar,Wagon Carriage,Workt \Me\ fade Barter Shoe. .
F. B Haven All Kind Repairing *m sew headquarter for tamed yean; It la therefore or- .

Basting and Soldering work, scroll sawing and an work aa- ,dered that said noa-mldeat defendant Fou Chirs. No Wa iq; .
All Work Guaranteed, Fint-Claai. sally doa la a ant class plaalac ads ,be and ta hereby required to appear to
Best Service u the
Send me roar order fur door a aa/ tIM bill of complaint lied Ia said cane Otj.

hOP 800. Avenue D. window frame, banustora, brackets oa or before Mao & '. the tth day of A. COLBY Proprietor

I its. sad be eoavteeai. JOB A. D. ISO, otherwise th* allegation a02TwlfrhSrwt.Clubbing .
of sod bill win b* taken aa eoa-
Fl. *
__ pu____ __ __ __ _ __ ________.__ MIAMI. teased by said defendant
-- -- It ia farther orderou that thto order

McNefW& Co. V* published once a weak for four eon-

neutive week In th* Mlaail Metropll Rates.You
e @
SEAB9ARDAir (Dally) at newnaper published b .

Feed and Sale Stable12th tall eoaaty and State. can save by sub ;
Railway Livery This tad day oT Hs. 19M.K. money

Line C Dea.'bor scribing for the paper
West of Railroad. ,
Clerk area Court.S
you want through
FOR We have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drivr.Good : O. Fritts.
Deputy Clerk TheMetropolis.

Savannah. Columbia, Camden Southern: Pines Comfortable Carriages; Robert R. Taylor,
Solicitor for Comp:aiia.t.!
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
Philadelphia. New York. I First class Teams, and .

We can give you the
Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable White Drivers. BEWARE OF THE WEEVILA Daily Times-Union and

Seaboard New YorkJ 1M itea. -

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail ....,......44.......... .....'....> 4.' ...*.. *.><... man tiring near Uorrilton has Daily Metropolis far ,
'turned to that town from Texai I fio.ooa
year or
THE cud brought back a dozen cotton '
Modern Pullman Equipment. "Florida Pastime" Record !boll weevil : for six months ,lot

\ Thin man ii playing with fire. Ilk OO.I .
T> a..t..ed xee T" u....I N a e.I abd .,.... e..p..ed ....-....-, ., fatlw veil have back i -
--..lr.wltte4em ....". aMI -... ....mft I j 9 Pulw.1 z eo.. light at brought a I *
.:'t-. sseW.A.S.l. Asa Tart via wsataN 1.i..l g II&. eeena.parsti.d,.__ _. gelatin Ube fall of jeilcw fever
.... Ii b.gtuNg tW astlicatio..1 a .ifal1y 11 '" fa.17
B.i' IlJ.-a) .aUllo&nl.-- "-'4iILlila.4a.
eel IsleswvtIl. I --,..ef flartda.._....and Rt.aites. It will be___.wtty.wt.na.e. germ from Lamlo. [
: lI.n_.. ... Giant tor a ***** fl __l mtm a.< s,..... Half I..e1.a
_*M f HUM...Kk tax*. R..k-..-....<. Jtmmg The plague of rabbit in Australia They
Only line operating daily through sleepers from ad"aid I'.C..terry b.... ......-psie t.San frit tk u..""pvMicuiM._ with aW. ........... started from a handful of these aninaU Metropolis

Jacksonville to New Orleans. ...t.Crapiu5_al sue....Cn.mr..... ._npKt... T. ... for the ...-.. ....-....,. that mere imported from another
Aar..__a Hiwd 15e, -Pill..Mask Ml.w and sand M 1.-riaI. Repay
c..Jatto: TUW. y>...will M cM ...l .'and,.a will to..w sad .... _TV..eb land.Everybody. Sao

.E..eiptMa..,.psi'.Thaw.....A.. bey_at rAM..rt........."Ie pea.. ;1kif"o"et wt and ret.,.., know that certain I Sea&Veekfy .
lbie renkuIae_ $ ....win f.c..a try,| grasses and weeds that hart Lies
For fall information and sleeper reservations, call oa any agent of the nil iaiiM ..... a taaMifalManair Htbser....+e .
rata: into hare
_...* tablet aW tW. .* M* brought a country spread Times*L
Seaboard write : won
,or __ .
paataaai: ,,::.:s'M.TMet4 _wank ,...... from an insignificant beginning until -

i 0. MeDOHHELL IlL"L fm. m Jicksonrillc, Fit loJuitrM KeearJ Gomoaay;* themselves they have permanently over a nut territory.etabihd $5.50 a yea. ',;

I J s. c. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Aert.W4.LTM '- these boll weevils are ia a bottle.

'. 1'1& &&... t. & &&&. "' .&t. ... wbirh is kept tightly corked bat Weekly Times-Union both

sonic of the invert hare been alive I one year. S2.OO. .

for a month. The dispatch NI'
*GRAHAM JAMES M. JACKSO Ja. s I. PATTER"OXp CentrallvLocateo ther that ". cotton square put into ----
_duel :n".P......... 1 g.e.v ui trtu I The the bottle will be readily devoured." The
Pompano Inn
nut suppose a female weevil lay
I --- -J her epjr in a cotton .q uare, and it ia

ie" Dade
into larva and three into
Pomptoo, Florid
.Dt-.oll IOSATEDSF : Pioneer .weevils a Inch nest spring would

proceed to increaae and multiply.The -

WELL MIAMI. FLA. safest wy to show what the Accommodation tor
R ATE! :SJ.OG TO$j.so PER DAN boll weevil look like is to VM the Produce: barer gentkmeaonly.
and aolicitora > ,
method adopted by the .- win Cad that .
they ea> ;

._+.rsrackw.f .. : Hotel Corner AUDile B and nth street amply bow picture of the territU ia
and e.Ns cover more
/cuufcM MC ra taa.e la.e.. territory a day
.. _, ...... kwJSTTl' C
,....t.. ....K.. -1At > 4 li-W h>M Dad.Cw.n7k MIAMI, FLA. creature.-Arkamaa OaxeUa. from here than from any otle.pt .
t .
poi on the line.


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GENERAL BANKING Fort Oalls(! National' 8ank.

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OF "!VrXftX.. FT. A ... ..

O .AI-: ... $ !. 00.000.00



The Comptroller of Currency! has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their .:L::

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

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

strength and business. |I'


Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed) of the Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation i

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

Asset8-: I iL bilitiest. '

Loans and Discounts. . . . $16155 :4: Capital
.$100.000 oo ,. :"-
Overdrafts . . . . '. 250 iS Surplus .. 2.00000

1T. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . ; >ooooo Profits . . . . . : . . 1,569'72Premium '

I on the .437 50 National Hank nmes. outstanding. . 25.00000Deposits

Dade Bonds . . . .
County 5,00000 . . . . . ,6*,.0.0 0, \ Banking House. . . . . . 41.21413

U. S. Bonds owned .$56.625 00 .

Due from Merchants National .

Bank ol New york. . 10.15988 .
Due from National Bank of -

Jacksonville . . 18.39946 #3-. ..

Due from Mercantile Ex- I

change Bank of Jacksonville 7.JJ6 13

Due from Trust Companies of ( .
New York . . . 7,50080

t Due from State Banks and
Bankers . . . . 10,24908

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000.

Cash on hand in vault h. 33. 263 85 1;J. 783 tx

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$S39O.64O $390.64065.


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4 INDIANA ODES FOR PARKER. If pretty she will be given the preference LEGAL PAPERS.
but pretty or Dot 110 pounds U The following papers were filed for
e SaID Small Wanted Hearst Men U 1 I the limit an to weight record In the clerk's office, circuit\ rosin
M oltIadianapulla U Beaten. I Mr. DolMoo only thought of the plan today: I i $5,000.00
j a few day ago.. He says many of the I Deed James Cambridge to Ko..a Burrows
I| people to whom he ha talked ray he I for $941 lot 23. block Z. south .
May 11-Tbe moot In- --
Is a foul for thinking: of undertaking: Magnolia.
l i tereetlnc Democratic, convention held nrh a trip, lint he ls out for the Quitclaim deed Wm. S. Taacre and A & Palm I.Beach Stock
| s sad Isaac P.' Gray contested! lot While DO definite arrangements B. Schubert for '1-110 acres of land In v BeingClosed: out at
J the euntrol of the Indiana delegationto I X.NEW
hare yet ben made with the exposition section I, township 40. south .t ran:.
the national convention was held company Mr. Dodson has already 42 east .

here. Tbe sole purpose or tee eonvea- been offered an engagement at a very I Quit-claim deed Jane A. W. Tan.-ito > YORK COST.
tics ass to select delegate to the national Inviting salary, he says, to go: on ei-i, Catharine B. Schubert for fl. ''I'
convention, the State convention hibitlon at the exposition after he i acres In section 3. township fU< south o _
g makes the trip. The young lady would : of range 43 eastWarraatey
nomination of State
for the '
01-1 of course go on exhibition with Mr. deed Ella D. Putter and, 150
Sees having been called for July
husband to W. J. Allen for $2,'>oo lot
when the name d.1.cthat_H_ ___ __. were Dohnon. ; 1
A He. figures: that he should make sev-it. of section 2, township U, south of f ,
the convention today will return.Platform Mens
win then be adopted. eral thousand dollars out of the trip'. .range: 43 east Nobby and Up-to-date Suits
He offers. to give the womai i Warranty deed. 8. V. Worthington;
TIle feeling of the delegate was in ; young Made
r.! ot umni'eight i Cheviots.
teaM when the convention open ed.who' makes! tie trip one-third of th .f The Hearst followers had bee I t proceeds. He believes that both will I part of lot S. section 27. township 43'II A s!) $iWool Crash; and: English Cricket
: I make a large amount of money by th e! j south of range 43. east Cloth !
wrought to a high pitch of excite S 'YitsonlBros) { Cluett andStar make
rouatni performance that Is planned ) Warranty deed. L. L. MrNrtl and
meat and determination by :
addresses beforehand at the day Pool I His plan Is to leave the court hones,' wife to W. M. Newman for ITWflrt liDdI..ded .- - .,..
Hotel assembly room by the Rev 'here on June 1. He estimates that h e,- half Interest In lot :!fl. block I 250

SaID Small of Georgia and C. A. Win !lean roll the wheelbarrow to Sl.LouliIn 113 north Miami.
distance by the Warranty deed Ernest Hlnkwm and
j nine week The
dje oi Georgia The Rev Sam Small I
wife to W. D. for tl aDd other Suits glens Underwear
advised against voting for Parker II ;shortest route Is *OT miles Hughes NOW ON ,
i Dobsoa thinks he can make fifteen ;considerations. S acres la section 3. .
nominated.Tbe convention Instructed the thirty i, miles a day, and at that rate he could township (4, south of range 41 eaxt.Warranty Wool. Balbriggan I.isle and FancyLisle.Sewell's .

delegates to the national conventionto 1 make the trip la less than nine weeks. deed Perrtne Grant Land ; AT _' _
He realises that It will be BO easy task Co. to Edith M. Richmond for $4.450. I
vote a* a .a lt for Judge Parker of
JJew York for President and inaorse II bee he 1s willing: to undergo the physical lots C to I'. of block 71 Cutler. :I
Thomas Tagcard for national commit- exertion aad suffering If be U able Mortgage Wm. O. McKlnxle and wife I' Hats For Men.
arrangements he to Tropical Horn Improvement Co..
to make the
..... nd recommended him to the .
i national committee as its chairman. +i hopes to. for '4011.08 lot 3. block %7. north. Miami.
A feature of the convention was the j It Is proposed to stop In all the Urge: Tailoring -=.r
towns along the way for a day or so
demonstraUoa that followed the men-
tics of the name of Mayor George B. and give exhibitions. In this way It DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.Notice 100
I'. McOetlaa of New York the inecutonrMnc ,U thought, the expenses of the trip .J I Establishment
and handkerchief ('aD'be paid and the amount received
sad waving hats to hereby given that the partnership i MENS
'from the exposition company win be -- STRAW HATS.
*. lately existing between Walter i
{ 4 i clear M. Newman and L. L. McNeil of ---- -- --
You will find
ROLL TOUNG LADY. i anything you
Miami Fla. under the firm name of
r ?tom Savannah to 8*. Louis In Wheel- : THE HOME DOCTOR. McNeil *: Co. has this day been dissolved I wish in this stock 100MENS
barrow. Walter Dobeofs Taak.f Rotten apple applied to aa Inflamed by mutual consent All debts except r
.* To roll s yoanc woman from Savannah : part of the body win relieve the Inflammation owing to the said partnership are tn shoes which FELT HATS.J .
i we are now
to tbs St. Louis Exposition la a be received by the said L. L. McNeil ___
wheelbarrow and thereby make a large The juke of a lemon taken In water, and all demands on the said partnership hay';ink sale of
; :n at
the first thing la the our
of the with sugar
: nothing no
of to nay
am money I, are to be' presented to him for 200
each morning will improve a sallow com
tame to be derived from a per payment shoe store. J
formaac Is the scheme proposed by I(,plexJon.I Dated this the irth: day of May.
Walter A. Do.... of 117 Whltaker Two teaspooorula of salt In half a'.D. 19 4. A'I' ."....... ..---.......... J lIENS CLOTH HATS.
street says the Savanna MorningKewa. : !I pint of tepid water .to an emetic always -' L. U McNeil.W. _

I on hand, and It to aa antidote for M. Newman.4t 4U
Mr. Dobson has not yet completedhis i I poisoning from altrate of silver. 3 3JJf7
arrangements with the Exposition I If tincture of Iodine to Instantly applied *
but If a satisfactory: Mree- where carbolic add has touchedthe
company neat cu be reached the wheelbarrows I flesh no blister' will re. tt. The Woman's hand In connection with BR0.1t
her slipper has played as very Important
with a feather J SEWELL &
s win be made. Iodine should be applied JOHN
part In the work of civilization.
The young ,..omaawho la to take A delightful essence to
the ride In the wheelbarrow has notbeen suffering from brAs-t> to composed of 8
though Mr. Dobsoa one drachm of oil of lavender one A woman's Idea to that her htuhand, .
selected '
has talked with yet three who are wining ounce of lump camphor three ounce*' ught to pay tilt debts she run Mm< .E.fEfEE-E-ff: : :> : : : : : : ff: :>FEEEt"rFF: : : :..Ef: f.f-: =.-:

to go.. 'I'M..ut be young and of liquid ammonia and one pint of alcohol. Into eves tf be ban to Uwrnw a.ncy 31OO12 12lh Street

rtwrc.ant weigh mot over lit pou Dissolve and bottle. iI i Ii i,toto'" ._ a MIAMI. TLV.f .
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