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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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'Bade' CountyWas Never More Prosperous Than .At the:Present .Time. Splendid Crops and Large Profits Therefrom Attest the Fact

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". ,'" \? ,-' ('!too Both Senate.'and: House and Will Become a Law- -What the
i' ..By Jnvitaticfi 1 of Citizens Tomato, and" Pine Crepe Have."' Grow-" ,By tee"Chances I .
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-. are--Local 1 Boats are Effected--Fishing Smacks i

Last Night-A; :Large t / -
I'. Boynton April i- M.. C. Hardee fare Well and are Made. Exempt From Officers BY MARSHAL f. 6. HARDEE [ SEA ENTRAN '
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has returned from a several Jays visit
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} Nun'beWerePresent with relatives In Jensen. I' l tW. : y

i ...' Ex-Mayor Ceo. G. Cnrrie of West "
Palm Beach was In town Monday fc' .
The amendments to- themerchants' that all vessels above fifteen j
making friends with the voters.. following gross '
i Will H. Smith made a business trip arine bill!, regulating the tons carrying freight passengers for Reasons for Requesting Serviceof Of t the New Ship Canal-Three ,
r' I nest I hire, but not engaged in fishing as a ,
to Palm! Beach on. Thursday of operation ofe motor boats in the House f I '
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1'1 r last week. _J I of Representatives, hare been reportd I regular business propelled by gas, Police Pa rol Well Grounded .- housand Cubic Yards of Ro
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.' Littleton Tedder picked- forty-five I fluid naphtha or electric motors,
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i and will] likely be adopted as alaw shall 'be subject tn all the orovlslons and Set Forth- 11(0 '
And! Much :Interest Manifested: crates ot tomatoes Thursday: from I Intelligently. be Used-Two Moro' Barge ;
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: o section 4426 of Revised Statutes o.t \
which hr hopes to .net a "heat UtU
His' Campaign Platform Out- sum. I "All vessels of-fifteen gross sons or the United States, relative to the Police Receipts Would Pay I Will be Started From'J Ckson-
r t Things are beginning to' move la less" 'propelled! in'.whole or.in part-by inspection of hulls and boilers and "

1 ll[ lined-Is Heartily" jn Favor of a part-hurry of next at Boynton week tomatoes now. The-later will -be gal laid, or gasoline electricity petroleum., and carrying naphtha pas requiring The amendments llcensed'engin'eers are -of and much pilots Importance for it Without Exitra Cost. "Ij ville for I II ThiS.pof]t Soon. '

sengers forlhlre.. shall carry one life- to boatmen'Store because .
moving by the. carload and It will b*
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Draining" ,.. Busy Boynton" for the' next few preserver, [of the.sort prescribed by there are numerous launches under I I .
Wtf! the regulation of .the board ,off I sup fifteen tons that must if the bill becomes ,
& ..... Law ,Can: be Framed-Is months.Plnelpplelm; be ripening shortly rvlslng Inspectors, tor every. passenger a law.fcomply at once 'with the City Marshal Frank B.'Hardee will (Work on the "revetment to be built

< Division. and the growers who have both pine ,carried;:and no sucn t>6at, Opposed County and tomatoes, will be kept on the carrying passengers shall be oper-:: j amendment. Then,' too, that part I meeting tonight and ask that the police of Jacksonville, to the sea end of the .
fi I Jump to see to the harvesting of both ated .navigated except In charge of. effecting fishing' smacks Is of locai Interest -, department be supplied with a new. ship canal on the jopposlta side
i. crops as there 'will be'no time 'between a person duly: licensed for such-service !' as many of the boats now carry.. patrol or "Black Maria" wagon. of the bay was commenced yesterdayand
by the: local board of Inspectors. Ing licensed and Mr. Hardee will to the
_" I the ripening of the-two crop masters: engineers represent will continue diligently until ttnv
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tq solicitation of the citizens of this year. to'examincUon! shall be reqUire.!... a can do awaIt the same. council that the need of such vehicleIs Ished six or eight weeks hence. -
: At the A\ViTor- Every one gets plenty of man these condition of the obtaining of such a The bill after passing me Senateon almost Imperative in that the police |The company being without: 'barge
Tort Lauderdale Hon.,George ; days If It nothing but quotations. license, angjany such license shall be March 6th, was Introduced in tae are now averaging from two .to three here to ferry the rock across the bay

rraa,. ley candidate! tor RepresentatKe\to' Eugene Hunt of Philadelphia Pa. revoked ofc.j suspended by the localboard : House March 7th and referred ,to hundred arrests monthly; that a large .t om the Miami river the two Intend

State, Legislature from Dade County agent for James Sawyer was In town of .inspectors! for misconduct,- the committee on merchant marine perecentage of the prisoners have to ed' for that'purpose ;having been

-, accompanied.by:a, party of .abouti Mon.lay soliciting shipments f for this gross negligence! recklessness'in navgation. and fisheries. On March 30th, It was be brought from a distance mainly the Wrecked one for that) purpose .was
i popular firm. intemperance or violation of reported back by the committee with northern part of the city; that toe chartered by CapL. A. B; Potter the
fifteen or twenty MlamUns; went up .James Blrss Harney's rep law on the;'part of the holder and If the above amendments; referred to greater portion of the arrests are superintendent until ,tw< more w'htda'.illl

:.. 'to that place,last.night and delivered presentatlvej was in' town Wednesday revoked the. persp hholding such license the House calendars. and ordered made for being drunk and disorderlyand be brought from Jacksonville artive. ...

:-i.;' .a'political address. attending to. the business affairs/ of shall be Incapable of obtaining I printed. A letter from Hon: Frank other offenses that make them These barges are larger than
The meeting was held .in Strana- his firm. another supra license for one year from Clarkaccompanying a' copy Oi the dlmcult to handle many of them nav- those lost and will -be towed here by
ban'sHenMr.'Stranaban IntroducingMr. the date of''revocation." I says that it will probably pass the lag to lie 'taken to Jail In hacks or the tug Edward F. Coney of Brans
The amended bill further provides House in Its form. .
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wagons. wick, as soon as the becomes
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and attended by fifty
-Wtorley; was
The police department is more turn s ttled.
',; U>: ilxtr te113 1h-cc Fort Landerdale, -" OF. YOUNG I BALLOONIST. self-sustaining! and for the Improve;I After arriving here "e Coney,win

: and vicinity who [assembled to .hear : 1HE ML YACHT "F1EUR" ment of the service the protection of I pVoceed to Key West'and\ take In tow '
;. the speaker outline his platform and I.Who DI.fte. :Landing Rafe'ly'from' the lives of the officers and for the I'4 large dredge owned byj! the Ross Co.

t v.ll. remained Interested from beginlng to. Perilous .Ascension, ,., doing away with the disagreeablespectacle and carry-It to Dry Tortuxas where
end .x ., Worley. la. an interesting: 1 : of drunken men being walked a contract la to be commenced for'
talker d spoke clearly, .plainly and I Heir York' Aprfl'i- A coroner's investigation or carried through, the streets, a tie, government CapC Potter -will'
:-< to tbe' point _' I Il' will be made into tae death r. AllS "FOlitHE" WEST COAST I patrol is considered necessary" l leave for Key West oij the'steamer

He declared himself heartily in ".,'of Paul Nocquet, the young balloonist, A number of prominent citizens have Shinn'ecock tomorrow morning to.pre-'
or of reclaiming the overflowed lands'' who perished in a long descent into : (approved of Marshal ,HarJees plan, pare the dredge for the trip and to
; of Dade and adjacent counties., He the marsh Tuesday ..night after.land. If and It is considered .tbat a. few hun-, look after 'other Interests
4; asserted that the. people are. supreme, Ing safely from the perilous ascension. Wf dred dollars could not be better expended there. company| '
to the courts'and other tribunals, and It Is believed ,that | Nocquet' wed I than for this purpose. For j i The contract for building the revetment
i j that u the present legislation IB faulty .from :heart failure, following. physical With. Herjtiwner, Mr. Joseph A. Physioc, Noted Scenic Artist, and.' the present a telephone call system calls for the placing of, three r

+! and defecUte'that the same can, oe exhaustion and mental anguish at the I,will be suggested though later on an thousand yards of rock- / The rock
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,. remedied *o'that no court can Inter prospects of being carried to sea In the firmly, Aboard-Represents Forest and Stream elcctlc box call arrangement can be In Y'lH be secured up the river and towed .
; fere. If it Is the will or: the people balloon. : ,stalled. aboard! barges to the month of the r*
that this oroject shall be culminated.Dfr.nbrleysaid .1 Also Making Maps-for, the. Government. -- canal by the powerful launch Oget, l
.- that he will exert his I' .' .t where the work Is to >e, done. The f.

..j belt efforts If sent to the'LeglsIatnre KEY; WEST REAL -" t:! TO DIVERT TRADE\ evetment. will be nothing more than
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to hare a measure framed .that will ; .4 i breakwater around the edges of the
a not be defective and which will stand )each to prevent and itop.ita washrag .-
; an tests.. It can be done,he The auxiliary cruising yacht Flan and at'once communicated with him into the channel.'URCHASE ..
legal and
said and he promised to give It special ESTATE DEALS ear with [her owner Mr. Joseph A.'hysloc I relative to. the making of maps, etc., TO' GULF PORTS' away
-, a. toted scenic artist of New ofthe waterways traversed by him \ ,
attention.i IMMENSE ACREAGE
.fork, wlfaand;: daughter aboard and on the trip. The old charts were admitted ,
Asked by a cltlt 'for bin position OF MEXICAN COAL
a division of th A county, Mr..Wor-, In command of Capt Lawless, it-1: to.be incorrect In some Instances 1 .._ LAND
on .... leave this afternoon for Fort Myers o..IDg.to the tides having I 1 I-
ley said that he did aot know the that and polnU''On the west coast i changed channels, etc. The ald'of the i Los Angeles, April 5-4 The Times to>\
ter was an Issue In tie campaign; ISLAND CITY NATIONAL BANK The yautht "'naaeur"-the. ench artist was.l1IIked in correcting these FIRST MISSISSIPPI V LL ay says that eight huiilred thousand
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he bad not heard It)before, but
tit Idler acres of coal lands it New Mexico
r word for l -reached Miami several errors and he readily consented to Undertake t
was that he opposed a division and ACQUIRES :VALUABLE PROPERTY PAN-AMERICAN CONG ESS WAS
weeks agdjand has !indulged in the work. have been purchased bj the St. Louis,

time would so not continue>dpe.-6r.opportnne-Jfor;to assert. "TheIs a :- SEVERAL OTHER .TRANSFERS short cruises from this port The The yacht. was then fitted -with a OPENED AT NEW 0 EANi. ,TO.. Rocky Mountain t Pacific Railway
1 which the yacht has small launch' for tto. from a Dutch syndicate.. said be' "and long trip alreadytaken the\ purpose of r [IvUlon of theVounty. MADE LOCAL NEWS and"j1atet to be experienced 'the channels That seemed DAY OBJECTS OF CONGRESSNew purchase price Is reported to.be fifteen
I I offer resistance to such a move"vVbrley ,
,is taken In:the interest of Forest and changed from the ones indicated on million dollars. !I
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frequent 'Stream which intends making a spec- the chart In all-cases where tats
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applauseXand laity this year; of stories of the waterways State of.facts seemed obvious the bERMAN HOTEL COLLAPSED
It seemed ldent that he I ,
along;the Atlantic coast and.the launcb,was lowered. and In it the artist ) \ KILLING ,MANY PERSONS
mad a\f Torbl imp Metropolis Bureau Orleans, April I S- The first
Inland trips through Florida. felt I
his the channels
| way" through .
.1 time for !
The meeting concluded la Key West April-. Breaking'healthwas: the first and the larger boat following his directions Mississippi Valley and Pan-American !I Ma old South Germany. Atrn I -
the partyfrom Miami to catch the >, One of the largest real estate deals real? cause i>r;the trip and Mr. Physioc I' In entering. Congress which opened Us session The Stag Hotel collapsed today.while ,
late'.train. back:home, __ ._ \ Lhat'-has been coniumated: in sometime deteymineta along Journey'on the I A, number of changes hi the charts here today. is the resuf; of many the'guests were at dinner., Several

', was made Saturday through. the water taking wlthJlIJD.hIa wife and I have been made and, others will fol years of agitation on the part o? the bodies have been removed and many

TO REGU LATE EMIGRATION::. real estate agency of Mr. Jaa.'H. Curtis daughter. $ Qn :December;18t .:lent, low. All changes have been carefully commercial interests of the Mississippi bther victims" are supposed to be in the
4 i a' which the Island City National the Uttle[Party left ,"ew'Torlr." the Indicated on the charts and the: same Valley In favor of securing a ruins. |I- .'
Howe CommltUe WIII Prepare Ref share of the business which la
Bank has secured the valuable property management of the yawl,being,assist.ed will be sent to Washington along witha larger I
port In.a. .Days, carried on between the Central portion
f at 'the corner--of' :: DuvaI'sadGreen by two.Norwegian sailors. full report as soon as :the cruise, ANOTHER REVOLUTION .

!:"Vtjuhlngton, 'April &V'.The; .House streets adjdnlBf .,tl'1a i The United States government learn which was resumed today has been of Mississippi the United batln States and particularly the various tae :!: STARTED. IN SAN DOMINGO ...
the of Mr. Physioc [
The property was owned by ed of proposed trip completed.:
Immigration Committee wlll be prepared '. countries of South and Central AmerIca f '
I. Washington, April 5 CommanderSontberland
the heirs of James H. Cnrtls. : '
to Immlarkoon bill la I / m '
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of the JTTnlted State
Other real tate deals recently :
a few Lays, providing' for important consumated are: John P. Withered IMPORTS AND fXPORIS IMPRISONED WHALERS For a long time the commercial cruiser Yankee, at Santo Domingo, reports
changes la 'the laws. "A sub jommlU and wife to Mary Ellen Albnry. half organizations of New'Orlea] and other by wire to the navy d partm..tre"oluUoD
tee js now considering the doten or Interest la W. q.: of ne 9.- and M q. coast: cities on the''gulf have made 'that a hallbrokea.OD[ at
be'ore the eommitiee, and HAVE .IRGREASUyERYGREATLY. REPORTED SAfE IN
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more American .
of nw q. of sec 85, tp. 61 range t' every effort to concerted: Samana Dubuque The ..
: {, ; from.this number, a tenefa" _bill w east containing 80 sera Consideration till *t': action of the varlets organizations, tercets are not involved.- .
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fee $775.JohnW.. with a view of increasing the com: '
Chairman Howell hopes.to have the Watkins and wife to Wm. ARTIC SEASan merci with the Latin-American countries VESUVIUS POURING OUT: LAVA
calendar '
this .
bm OB the House week. but their efforts did not have the
Carry part'of lot 2 In aq 44. Cote
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80 far aa the committee has gone the lid aUou fUOO. U t it1 IJI desired result owing to a lack of. organization. Naples April 5The'"eruption of

bm reported vfll' be essentially of different the Miss, Livingston's physical culture ) .' It was with the intentionof Mount Vesuvius is 'assuming alarm,
the'recommendations
from remedying these conditions that the Ing proportions. Five streams of
class at La Brine Satur-
ve a picnic
Immigration ;B.ureau. The majority K Washington, April According to! Francisco, April The first
day.. the molls participated and combined commercial organizations of lava are descending mountain and
of the members of the committee of 5. ThIa are they enjoyed Only a royal. good time...The a bullet* SlUed by the Departmentof I advice from the whaling fleet imprisoned & \ Orleans decided to can togethera threatening everything below.
of bead tax '
la favor a
of the class,will nave a fancy dress ball u Commerce and Labor the' exports in the Ice in the Arctic Ocean congress of representatives of.thecommercial The villagers are fleeing. AU Naples'ls ,

wilt nnJoubtedlJ'be of the bllL one Another provls-protliions the near futnre and the ,young ones for the fight months 'ending with was received yesterday it was dated and Industrial organizations sprinkled with lava and ashes
of the Mississippi Valley.. It but the ,.Neopolitans' are not
.. Ion wffl probably w requIre' that Immigrant are In the a great bevy eventSEVENTYFIVE 6( excitement preparingtor March", were $190.000.000 greater than i last ,October and was brought out by Is the plan 'of the organizers of this alarmed.-

shall have a certain amount of = for the 'orresponding months last a relief detachment of Canadian movement to form a permanent organ -
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pocket xooneywith: them ,wileD theyarrive year Tog imports, amounted to 171-, mounted police. isation under the name of the Mlssls- that now is the psychological moment
here.. The amount now favored PER CENTMINES 000,000 greater.: The Information said that there is glbpl Valley Pan-American Association for starting such a movement and urged >-
U $50 for the heads ot families. The! .NOW WORKING The!grciwth! in the export of manu- no danger of starvation and that the aiy.i to organize the movement on a the commercial organization represented -

object of this provision is to keep out. lacturiel' mounted to $45,000,000 and men are in good'health;, also that no. large scale. by delegates in the confer,

I the poverty stricken.class'and also to Pittsburgh April .6-, The 'PlttsburgCoal' of agricultural products $133,000,000.: I great hardships are being endured although The territory represented in the ente to make every' ffort .to secure .
prevent violations'of the-contract labor Cov reports that TS per cent The Imports of manufacturers ."were the winter is.extremely severe. Congress was opened by Mr. Henry favor ble legislation and to co-operate
laws. There win also be a provision of their mines are operation again chiefly IU:; cotton goods Iron, steel incars Schreiber chairman the Executive 'c the Interest of dive i tins; as large :a
,;- In the bill, for an1 educational and that moreminers 'are.workln.: woo t minerals, oil.and leather. FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION I p'irCFnti( >i! n" possible to the gulf
test of the emigrants..: ? today than .yesterday., Chairman Robbins ; 1'I wel-comed j ports V" the United Sates1.. .

Representative Gardner of HassachnsettSi says;that the company mtaej forty SEABOARD AIR LINE Three Men Killed and Two. Wounded i Louisiana., .Mayor Bthman .and thej The \on/ercnce wllb6 In session
; Is making a strong effort/ to thousand tons of coal yesterday and /WILL NOT MOVE OFFICES in Tennessee
: ;I President of the New Orleans Chamber three: days. The hi slness l 'llessl<<;l'1a
have the bill.so framed as largely to shipped 850 cars.ZXPP.ES1DZNT. h -
of Commerce. In saris address will he hell In the f' rrnotfns and >n
restrict th!' volume of mmigfaton New Xwc..' April 5- At the offices K'noXTIIleApril 5A special ;rom I Mr. James \V. Porch of the executive: the afternoons the del gates:will maker
other,members of tug 'committee .sire CLEVELAND: of the, SiNiboarJ\ Air Line Railroad Itwas.jtpoted RogersvlIIe Tt'nn.'III1Ys that news baa committee called attention to. the fact "> of fospectWh to acquaint them-
In favor of regulations insuring phys LEFT STUART'TODAY today that the questionof reached there of a disastrous boiler j''hat' the completion! jof I the PanamaCanal I "" Ivtjs with the New '<)deans gateway"inVl ?
Ial."mental and moral soundness-- I' -removnijr the general 'offices from !explosion at Kyle's Ford, fifteen miles wouM cause enormous Increase -, the advantages which the city

v of.the number: of people-"ad., ,Stuart, Fla. April W..Former'Pres Portsmouth was not considered at.yes i from RogersvlUe, lake yesterday atj .': In the commercial: activity of![. 'tr>!rs to shippers.'Tu :s will be ready
f ml : : ident Graver Cleveland and party left terdar's;fleeting of directors. It .was i ternoon in.which. ihree men were; i the South and that by rational and]i I.n '''t'e th" delegates!: round the harbor
,, here today for the north after fishing reported.that. an appropriation had ]clued and two wouniled.; concerted action the'' Mississippi +I and along the teJ1'l'Ont. while
t A av RicbMoindVaJhas: fonnj .sore week atUMs place. ,.Mr.-.deve- been tnaay to. move the general offices The explosion came without tne !toy.TOuM be able to ,fct-cure Its val'l].I 'ie trlno" to the varit .ralltaad ter-
his 'Jslrl .wL'e byVadvertislng.: I\e; land Is much Improved In health and to another city and Atlanta has been slightest warning. The cause Is un share of the business which would mats 'will be made In] automobiles.

has Jedded that.lt\ertalnly pays to,[expressed himself wellpleased 'with mentlonB' as the place to which the known. The explosion wag at tile come to this country after the canal].1- the last evening a banquet will be

advertise.... \ ._the fine fishing_he bad enjoyed. trans.'ertwould be made. sawmill of Leroy Llvesay. j would be finished He emph i edj# at the St Char es 'Hotel

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i \\-aohfiigt6n. D. C., April :25! .-SenaTor -i
BUSHED! EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY i AId'{?-!1 says that there will be two Furniture '
I weeks {sore of debate on the rate .
: IRaUnO'l' RATES bill an<|i-Jhat l it will then be passed .
t ODe :year 'by-.al.... $5.00'Three ionths..t. ;... .. 11.21 with \'a 'r8 her broad court review prevision t'

r--. IIs: IDOD ........... .......... I. O. One" .eekli br carrier "I...:. ... .10 that will be acceptable to the j' V :
House. Senator Aldrich U a.yr1 good, Will. be Sold at Reduced Prices] for thirty: days
Adverti lug Rates made known on al.plhation.: judge: of pending i legislation affd he ,
may be :fight There U a rumor, however r f :
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i/t \ the ratel.bill Into form that will be 1 ,
the House "
,-4 2 and 434 Twelfth Strs t' Opposltt C acceptable to the House for Ole par- 'I1Jf \ : {
.1. pose of,holding it up at the last moment J. ,Y.Y.f. Watson .: : Avenue.t

t THURSDAY. I ,'APRIL S, 106 L .tlljj;ilr can get consideration for, 'M' .

,,.{ -' '.! a aSenate ship subsidy;! provteioa mil. for THIS tie U House Of coarse U ., R4 .-. < .i" . .. "' I I'... .11. .J f ,,4 .: '

DAILY ;:ADVERTISING, : ... not in tie frame of mind to consider I)I .. '
I M B. HBB N subsidy *t'this cession. Also the Speaker -I ---
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|l The Pensacola"Journal. : one" of,the best dally papers In .the State.preach, harfs'declared himself against It j I hundred sets win be seat ont to all ol 1Acetylene 1- <
,. on several occasions,'almost as much ![ the milling countries.:. As there are:
advertising:
es (his pltbr." '-paiD d sermon on dally against Jt as hula against tariff revision 1|not enough to go around they will ias"
The, 'cumnJaUTe force'"ot, goad advertising. Is the same'as .the cumulating :Dot: it Is said that the friends I be returned at the end of a certain :i
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force' 0 gold food. } have won the Speaker to time to the department and sent out :
Tle, and there a merchant.believes a little too much In the force t>f measure? : consideration Tor the I to fresh towns. The sets of cards can i
'cumulative : Though it Is. 4 be had only by chambers of com-
the
advertising-that Is, In the.1rong way. He 1s coaviced pf question. i .
j force':of. sood'advertishfisfaod he 'thinks that two or.three good ads a .hethetifvt'n the almost'po1rerlul influence merce o PPucatlOD." The coming light fw tfweltlnga'storss! hotel lettJ, than ..... ,
*t the speaker could force a- trlelty and as cheap a* elL No; t
the I lamps to clean. No
ce' to business for danger of explosion.
of this 'cumulative .o run '
week: wffl generate enough ttat A
bill of sort through Juslxat this Scientific Wonder .
NO EXTRA
.. INSURANCE. :: ::' (ALWAYS
READY
other Jays of the week on which he does nUt advertise at all-but on. which I juncture! However, there Is back of I !: I

he still hopes to do a good business.The hat stIJJJ another story, that IsMhatI The cures that stand to'' Its credit; Eagle AUTOMATIC Generators
Uncle !&} figures on posing as 'the
to with just the same forces to advertislns. makes Bocklen's Arnica Salve a scientific
rule will apito eating
dark hc&se of the next nomination wonder It cured E. R. MnlforJ. .
; irew'ln! '
"No one doubts 1$ 'cumulative force" generate jT good .food.' In am- I convention and while he Is not partlcnI 'lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry.Waynesboro. ar unequaled. (Over 2IWO u"'. Sold undo an abeolote.

.ple quantities., I larly keen aboat the fate of the rate Pa, of a distressing case GUARANTEE. No Cost to jrotf IF YOU' ARE _NOT SATISFIED

\TJut ho one 'Imagines u because of.this 'cumulative' force he may. do j' bill bef. tants :fo make friends unto of piles, ulcers, cats, wO DdachUblabland WINDMILL'' TOWERS TANKS AND PUMPING ENQINESThoso '
week. himselfSof' all the white House influence salt rheum. Only 25e ft all druggists d
on or three days-a
without eating one, or two '
f' '
:Jfe can muster before the fateful :, ,
"Of course he.could Jo it-and live, and :'Jolly' llmself j tothe, :" belief day s knives,. / I W. MatherI I| .Box ,566; MiamiYornigs'
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that he was. thriving'verywell on''cbmulatlve'. : nourishment.! 4$ a- r '1 :
.
But yesterday's; VooJ dinner does not do away with,deslrablllty, of The* Keep Commission are a canny .

as good'a meal today. or. a better. >ne.. And yesterday's, good" advertisement .- lot'of,bdys They are' oftheai young, ,, BI&AYNEDRUG I '

may well be followed" by a better one today-and. a still better. one tmorrow. >. aa.seasoned! politicians' go anj all 'of i PharmacyN
J them arf:close personal friends of the I
..' ,... PresdE'ii.t He appointed them on this'pet ": ,

DUTY OF A NEWSPAPER. ." 1 knew coiiimlsslon that; they simply were. honest because?young he! I I ,. ; j l CORJPOX A TED .r.

t men an J \ I Is 'hon & and .1I11no.cao do as;many 1PAINY'I
The edl er :'of tie Plant Clty ,- m..t discussing the: duty of a I liffereit things and do .them well as I i I Drug Store. for The P ople ;

newspaper: Evidently taklnkthe soma \n/r nf the lawasIts I he can ttaiscl. Now Keep, Hitchcock,: I ,, f I .
base -for' argument; .utters ,Jh! 'truth relative to the object pand purpose Plnchei -tai. are by no means as.ver'sattle I I I X 1.
; thVnews .. ill. the President though they II,. That's our motto and it ha-rlieen :
of newspapers, other than giving In a city and community: 'are all of them honest, well Intentioned I the means hun-

-.. ...It has Ions been mooted question' as to Just bow -ar the 'duty of an young! Ben. But they have: shown I: dreds of'new customers to four list.Ve sell! only) the-purest -

editor goes.l In1 exposing the"wrongdoing" of'\ public official. The newspaper I Ihemselvjcs to be crafty to a degree. MedicineIn i drugs. All prescription filled by registered pharmacists. .
clearly baa duties other than that ofe merely publishing the news. Custom E\eryo&fi! has heard of the famous I' i We also the finest '
; sodarandfce
I carry in the
Commission, but not city:
conscience Keep everyone
baa mouthpiece for tb / ublic It Is tin educator an I .
'n'mtl. has heard of the subcommittees that : f
nplifter civil and material affairs and the means through which the are doing the work. The, commission! I medicine be carefU1In ,,, 2. .Doors North of art
r ,
.editor disseminates. his Individual opinions. \ goes Info a department that It wantsto ,what you buy and .
If a jnJgt the.man Into whose hands U commuted the keeping of the Investigate and selects a subcommittee I 4\EoYoungsPres.
life and UbeJtyUs.jrell'as the property Interests of' th people, of tie com- ;trom among the bureau chiefs where you buy.It. It Is \ : '
and niads of divisions who alreadY'
onwealthXl I. known to be unworthy of the trust'com him, wren have aitouch: as they can conveniently not only important that i-- -. '- __ I ; .

reports are' being circulated regarding the conduct of .1iI.to: which re do, an4.1 makes them do the' actual you get the best values -: J CANT BEAT [

fleets not only upon him but upon: the people whom he to represent work ot:; Investigating. Thls'snb-om- spring time "the housewife does'
is It, or'la.1t not within the province of a newspaper.to make public I mlttee[tihen reports tothe commission I '. but also ffial you. her spring cleaning1 the farmer doe

his short-comings: ? it.it.is known' ,that this same Judge.hal on;more,tban I working after II:;'after has spent office a hours month-or gettingup.two I get goods that''give you (Jds their spring beat. It's planting so.wfth and us. 'We each liner does

occasion, had to adjourn his court. until he could'recov r fro mthe effects : .
ene the data,1; and the commission puts outjthe .satisfactory results; we attempt a. "
of a night's debauch, and that be baa actually appeared Kpon the bench giit t;'of the 8u mmlttee'. reportas I I

In'one of'the county his district so much.under the Influence of liquor Its findings. Yes. It Is a beautiful .hale\ a: reputation for PLUMBING 'JOB
JusUliedbI'suppreulng schema:and it maker tae Keep Com- 'I .without Intention o! doing work tEat
,as to be unable to preserve the Jlgnltjt of his court Is a newspaper furnishing satisfactoryand I '
mlssloa"jlook mighty erudite when one "can't be beat" There's plenty ot
these:facts/provided: the\ are known to be facts? jts Reliable Goods. i :
reads f report. spring
plumbing to 130 done and that's
"These are questions, the like of which at times come to every'news- \ faf!' : II I t' ,' why we ask for your business.. Get "

paper editor and as ae see it. are questions which can'not be answered according .-But' 4he funniest thing the commission 11 i;. our good work. no higher than
',to' any established.rule but must .be met and answered by each' Individual bile 'done yet was its report on others Prices
,
editor for himself." the Core' ment Printing Omce.Now t l ", i H: F..scnuees 4 C0.
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'r this! otfl: e J bout as much in need'of 1 FINCANDIES.AND s"' .
reform as coiiM be well Imagine But i ne Avenue Dt '
THE NEXT .CONGRESS.. I the 'ln.feresUng\hIng was that the CIGARS.
-' I Keep ;t: mmlsslo printed Its reporton 'j j i I.. ...
tbo-;heed 'of economy in tne most
.
While the Democrats In woeful minority in the present Congressthere
are a
,
'! volume'tbi off '
waste'iij .
ever came, I ,.
ft'a'possibility! the 'next. House may'be:Democratic Many lead- I the 'gircerbment press. It selected 1 'I,

Ing Republicans aDmit that.there is probability of reyersal'of l'of their majority : 'a foUaf&nso with a
...a .One oi these.Is thus 'quoted:, which; as any printer: \ Ill tesUiy.j' -- -........ -Fort DLaild Corf r
Is atxitit l ag wasteful a. fornKof compoaiiltf -. any
"I look for'a overturn In Congressional elections the autumn. We toufd .
; as be devised. The report -
are in fore licking:.' There.is, 'DO'.doubt. that.people all over the country. are v&p on the most expensive brand I
Itro 1gi .'a 'Qu ed. Some.good men will suffer.for other men's wrongdoings.The of go\" rnment paper, bar:only_ thatxm Wj are Now Ready to Furnish

public strike -blindly. Political quacks with the cure-all nostrums wit which! ;| ;0Id certificates are printed*, .

have their':day,. .Follies.'will.b4 committed. Experience, however !s. the and tbfe binding was in keeping with I: Tribune, Snell : :
the rein of the report. There was an Has 0its Lists- .
teacher:that he heede."lhere wm to unity; The common: "
only b/TyQjjrn edltlop t::of 20.000.copies, not six of .
sense' of our 'people,..will' prevail: l,axafrlhn.thl nd good will come :of this which rill be read, run off. And altogether \and other .
.
houaecleanlng., A good many people will not regard the defeat of the Re- the report on economy was \ I "
publican party'and the loss.of the' House, .of Representatives a* an Irreparable Itself ibout the most striking object makes of BicyclesThe j. -' :j
lessonVln; the need"of.economy that. some attractive
for
particularly
national : sites
Injury. has evjer come out of the government j
.. .,. + :
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'\ Printing 'office. -' both- residence 'i and business ;
The washerwomen of Chicago are planning "form a union. Perhaps. $!i. ,* 1 par-i

they*wtii'then refuse) -wash any but'union-made.clothes. -Jt Is14 said that .a compromise 'has poses. An investment, in ia teal
1' been :Leached on the statehood bill
;f .. Seem
Of it will not be known Just r
Preslde t:R evelt holds' himself prepared' to exhibit'specimen blocks how course nearly; correct this Is till the b... estate_ is,safe; sure of quick sR9a I'1

of the;."square" ...': .de !l"j to an delegations that visit..the, White. House' .: comel'?not of conference.. But' It U \ "- ,,:7J. .. ,. ... /.

.' ... ., ."'." '" -. said that the conference will reporta l \ : .
.Clyde FlU h bonders'1fhat.1Jeeome. of the American matinee glrL .Vi by. bill ]providing! for joint statehood for / '

she marries and)lees to*the* theatre.In the evening with her husband. the' four territories involved. with the ,:! JOHN .B. RCJLLY, I r-
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," Forake amendment added;giving the
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ff. terrltdries of Arizona' and New Mexico bJcycles'and other Vice-PresideitFoit
CorporatlonsJJn the words of the.court, are 'artificial persons." Unfort. the,rlgllt to "Vote Ion .the adoption of goods are the best stan Agent Fort) Dallas Lane DallasCompany'I
'
unately.:. artificial. persons 'can not'be put la'jail. 'even If. guilty. the; blulas regards themelves so"thata : 'i'' 1 -
a. ... .' -<.'; i majority asalast' that section -of the 'dard goods onthenlsrket' tamt Florida Land. Co., ,,S Augustine. :
j measiire;in either of the'itwo,terri-
*. There_ought to:,,fee-enough public spirit,in. Texas I to make it plain to tories twm be' enough "to'defeat'It. Hartford, and other, .;Tir s. ", C I' I II ,

U*John WV Gatel'tJi tbe.cant go ont there and bluff the whole state -. This !deans of course that the House Coaster Brakes fitted to old ,,4
_
.r'. .. 't -f = .- ."...'" yCX\ lays ,4wn fta!bind to* the .Senate so wheels. !fAil work:gullrenteed'Best I
A New.York young man'nas been sentenced to pttitin'for three years for far a.4he Arizona.'New Mexico end of {
the Hamilton bill Is concerned for jPropertYOwners .
stealing a penny from a little girL The scoundrel!./He .oo'uld-have stolen I new wheels for rent Contractors AND
II there-ifl not one chance In ten that the .
'IOOOOO.from a man then be might have vlctloD. I .
; escaped o bill CWU-becarrled by a referendum .
231 12th Street. Blue Front at
I I fe t '
ote.
'Japan'is sorely'.afflictejjrlth! famine' In'three: ,large. dls icl: The,,ant.ferers'needtngaid -I R 1'- I '
If don't t'to SAVE M
number'over A plan of Interest alT cotton growing you wa
oaemiflon. The crops have:been a total Carroll & Clark
i a itii cotton' milling se tlon of'the we can't Help you. If dofcome .to
failure over more than othlrda.oftJ. three districts and there .Is great,count been devised by the de- you
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suffering, among! .the e. : 1 partniht of commerce and labor. It i i. "" .
'... i has liifn; decide. to push our 'cotton :

'J The first of,twenty-five lectrlc locomotives. ordered by the New York,!I I i goolrffrade:': -10'the Orient for all it Is The'A cDonald. Co.

New fuses.& Hartford.I. road.fromthe Westinghouse Company has been I!i womh and to successfully compete In Johnson Tompkins -
:that part ,or the world, the'manuae-: '
completed. It resembles' ordinary express car, with a double trolley con ;I turerljtnust know what the market I I J

nectlon:on the'root : It ighs ieventy-eight..tons. but I It is claimed I I requires One cannot sell China the > Handlers of 5 and 10 cent goods And Your

"that.it can,pall,.a-a-train of 2: tons between New York and Boston; at an aver : BanitSgoodg that go In the United in tin, granite wooden and Buy Building Material ,
age speed of seventy miles n hour. A train that can carry torn i 1 State / They have their own patterns\ Also Yellow I \
freight willow ware mate,
and 6lors and sizes of materiaL rugs Long Leaf Pine and:: Cypress
New Tork to Boston in three aura ought to have plenty of business. m a-. soaps, brushes, etc. Notionsfor : .
I I '
Eufspe cotron in this ladies and ) .
buys raw country gentlemen ; : .
District:;At'orney Jerome declares that Mr..Bird Coler has proved himself ; 1 Weaves: : it Into:prints and sells it I of all. kinds .
'a: yellow dog" Mr.; Coler In* return.describes Mr. Jerome as "a dirty I ,In China $200.006,000:! worth annually .

cur.". Such language Is almost 4&rsh. At least It Is inelegant Mr.. Jerome i i ,'ber.tjwe sell 130,000,000. But the De- '
partnjent of Commerce and Labor has 5&10cVariety
should havejheen content to refer to Bird as "a'saffron pup," and Mr.'Coler We also sell Lime kinds i
sent to China and gotten a lot of the Brick ((4 ); Cement, Sash Doon)
jnight'have subdued his choler.sufficiently to'characterize Mr.;,Jerome as standard grades and patterns of cot 'Mouldings, and whatever else) a builder requires
an unclean canine mongrel breed. We .fear .Andy,Hamilton set a bad'I i ton dad Is arranging to send them out '
example'tot the gentiemanly-Ne York disputants?! when he denounced his In tht4 form of card llbarles.! There StoreNo. : at !lowest possihle l figure. I[ '
former employers and accomplices in;the Insurance bribery business all j'I will lie a sample of the cloth a photograph .

"cun." ; of the of pattern the .goods.and a. technicaldescription About affl 1017 'Avenue D, ;:611IMI. FU.. You Know Where We Are. 14th. Street Miami. ; rt

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,; 'THE MIAMI METROPOLIS:THURSDAY. PR L"5.\11108'

I! .' 1 -< .. -rise ...-.

) Don't Get Caught' a io1" .. :1, I,
l' on ?j .

:, q Fishing Trip Without .Political I r i I 1 'r i "' i

$ f
/ Tackle Announcements I IW "
R Enough ,
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,, ,ioME FISHERMEN CATCH.MORE aAgpuuncementa .a" r tbU b I,I ,' .
3dIDII'J{
i r. 1 wlU ;1e inserted until after fbe ', I
ISH LARGER FISH AND MORE crati +Pnmar.e..In the Daily ..tletrapn.D I ,
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*fIII.W! ; Weekly Metropolu. $5. or itr-.both the Daily and nceklj Me- If
AfllETIES. of FISH'than' OTTERS. trovdgn(or JW.OO. iithe ii-: .
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P'sitivety.oa.no.ncementdn:
f ECAUSE.. THEY GO PREPARED* be Inserted naleM \ -.
1 .r' accompanied bjr tbe ', -- <
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? FOR ALL EMERGENCIES.. lIr} -.' I If "W 4 '


:Mipi i Sporting Goods Store For Representative 'I 'l'i' r your lasts&v t
; To therJPeople:' of Dade County: c -
At jtfciii request of friend*,,and wlti.j old Derby orSoft It's
1h a delllt&: to serve yon In the State Left mmer
f; glaturft j11{ ;!
announce myself a candjkf
.4/ 305.12th STREET i 1j.|, date for this office subject to the Bern1jcratlcFprlmary liatyet Straw. Hat otrav>' V .

"if :i !" to be held in May. *| ... :. I
({'P 4CARRY A 'FULL ASSORTMENT OF- I respectfully, solicit the' support 01' > .
:' THE BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED the people o.' Dade county and If 'Ti nel / :
It' i ": MADE TO CATCH AND HOLD lecte&I; will faithfully and impartlal- ? V' .,
Iy discharge the dutJea-of the office, 1 ?
., and will} ) do ',.n In my power'for your 1 V V ,
,' .A. Bis Fisla. best V .
1. Interest and welfare: I trait to '. -
hare tie pleasure of meeting the ,ot. .'..
eraj.an early date and discuss all \ ) -
Southern Marble & Stone Co. publ1.queatJons and define fully my. ,; ;
ou're .:
position in reference thereto. f losing money in. either case. Youlr
-""<+ .. HOOAN STREET..I JACKSONVILLE I recognize the fact that a public
;;
i -H.adauart.r.for. officeps a public trust.and should buy a newone sooner or. later, and th e' .- '
you honor me with your vote, I willh18hl.appreclate

t ,Building* Stone Marble, etc.*- will bjj:,: loyal to your your Interest confluence and sooner you buy the more you II get out of.i. i it: : !,

t 'MOSAIC: ANDf TILE WORK( : H Respectfully .. ,
fg J 0..: A. Worley. r" '
W'e :
;V' k'FOR_ .FLOORS. -BATH I ,,.ROOMS. MAN' FELS.. ETC.' --: > vc, : : .:
"j' A t For
S ii eacrstl Ce.eterB Work etc. RepresentativeI
3I
U 'eby"announce
my candidacy
Luiwt. '"_ Faculties lira FracUf. Prompt Snrlf*. for the position of RepresentatlT*
!rom!Pade County. To yon I submit } Every kind] that's G ptf.
Uj*
: question of my qualification
L R'lT..F' : to'represent- in that capacity. It r |
.BROTHERSMachine nominate* at the >Democratic primary; Panamas
4. and el lect.d at th general election I 7Clo, $3.5O or up to;;' the to$750.Don't
a"1 shall;; Ie d the welfare and ap-btU -I ,
Shop af';Dade county shall receive nyr i believe there'sanother such showing of
earnest! consideration. : :

I: -Agent!i f or,the' New; ,Era Gas Engt 's. Q asolene' tiP h! Respectfully.J. W. Watson. .j I choice,straws to be found-.allnewa id nobby blocks/ f'

and 'kero&efip"engine repairing aSCI LTY
For Clerk of the Circuit Court 1 '
f General Repair'' Work To'tie Democrt Ic Voters; of Dade ,

S04 EVEN H STREET MIA fi. FLORIDAIf CoUnty\ :
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I Hereby present my name to -tbe
7 voted in the coming Democratic primaryCTas I
Iw.
: candidate (or clerk of. the sC
.
WP1\qury s onsr circuit court for Dade county.Haying .- I R. "H'd

ii:1 1 !: /. yeari'i Invite redded Inquiry nere fpr and twenty-fl investigation .. .

:! 'Key West. Flori f a' p? those who do not know me personally l',
!: ii:: -.: 'I' p' 'HEADQUARTERS .FOR 1 as td my reputation as a clt-
f} lien,','fay rtord as an official la years Clothier Furnisher "
'1 t\1&Wp: Chandlery/Buiadiiig put!And iny fitness competency and Shoe Dealer
: \ : ',, for'tbe office to which; I uplre, !

j i 'i'.MaWlals, Oi=/All Kinds.; 1 If;treatment elected I promise to every fair citizen and .court at'the*]i ions Don't forget. th Number .322 Twelfth; Street i florida j j

hands of .
;
every person connected wlta
*,Coal aad'lce- ,,Steam uariae. RailwArs, Machine Shops.Porcca. a the' offfce. '.i \ MI1"
i
,. Soliciting: the support o/ every voter
All kinds bt repairing; 'B Uer' aDd Steam 'Fitting':can be done at ike w holconslders me competent and cap- f .

:shortest,aotia,1in! the best possible.manner b yezpert.killed mechanic ablest am respectfully --, .. I" 'u !
&! Eugene IL Dlmick. ForTax Collector li subject the action of the Democratic eol In vegetable "It be .
.'' .; 7" I'\' '1'- .! West, Palm Beach Fla. To the .Voters of Dade. County: I 11 primary of.May 15.. [r for me owing o mike: wIU Impossible -
a personalcanvass
I hereby announce myself asa candidate Harry "-"- -' i
It "!'i I of the
& for renomlnatlon to the office nnty my crop do- ,
Robinson Jupiter Fla.
Meyers For Clerk'of tbe Clrcelt Court 1 I mantling .t aUon
; my JUlt'at this
of County Tax Collector, subject tothe I i
}? Believing that my services for theputIIre ] I time. This beln the cue I earnestly I
action of the Democratic Primary
: years as Chief Deputy- the i. 'FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond urge .n my frl da to do.what they : '
Electricians: to be held May 18 1!06.h '
Cont.tjefiJ1g' District I t'To'
offlcf of-the Clerk of the Circuit Court -, can In.m beDalf_ R. L. Wan.-
A T. N. uer. '
the Democratic Voters of Dade _
qualifies me for the position I bere- h :
witll.T respectfully announce candidacy 1 County: i FOR TAX ASSESSOR I I '
my .
1I
1019. Aye. D v Miami Florida -for Clerk of the Circuit Court, I For Tax Collector. I hereby announce myself as a'can- To. the Democratic Voters of Dade
; subject to the approval o. the Democratic I hereby announce myself as a candidate didate for'the office of County Commissioner County: \I' :
:, prlmcry. forjjhe omce .of tax collectorof from the Second District I will be a candld te'for re-nomina 'I ,
-- s. a ruts. Dade t6sptl.tQbjeM to the actionof of Dade county subject -to the) will tion at the comic Democratic primary
I. :. the Democrat primary of the Democratic voters aa expressed for the office of Tax'AI lIIOr and respectfully ,-
SeeThe QrEurnha ni & For County ClerkTo # Thomas J. Hardee. at the coming primaries. j solicit' [jour support '

tie Democrats of Dade County:;., FOR 'COUJ.Y Paul C. Jones. Geo. 0.' Butler.meats .
COMMISSIONER
I West Palm Beach:; Fla. ; ---
.flake this method -
candidacy;[ for the office announcing of County j j I ,5th District t i iMr. -- J. .
Miami[, Si/rgeon/ :and Specialist Clerk subject to.the action. of the;i. Kirk Munroe.of Cocoanut Grove ''- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
f Democratic primary ant ,will apprs- havng'been unanimously nominated I'I Fifth District I
clats: any support that_ for county commissioner by a/ mass I I hereby announce my candidacy for 4:4:
If yon,arela-saffer4': from any Chronic Disease, ulcer.-.T1Imon. Can'cert can.'give'; ReIP8CtfU1fy..1 my? friends -| meeting of citizens, we hereby announce i ren'omtnatlon.to. the office of County

a or Tiny Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head,-Throat gi, ,Z. T. Merrltt. his candld cy'subject to the.I' Commissioner subject to the actionof -V
LV '- Lungs Stomacher Bowels, Dvspepsiatndigesbon'Rettal'' : I action of the Democratic' primary., Mr. the Democratic primary and solicit -
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j Monroe has been a resident of Dade thesupport Dem
\ ft my cfrlenda'
'" DiseausV For County Clerk ,
j / Diseases, Female '
for than ( .
With full I county more twenty years (
appreciation of the high!,
[ during which, time be has shown an E. O. TweedelL
honors
; : .i All. ,Latest1.Electrical.Aids.I .,, HoMcopalMc Jedlclnes fat'--performance asked for.of and duties promising If elected faith I : unflagging'zeal In the cause of good f
roads and has steadfastly
: hari.the honor to- promoted FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
,*Fiada_ liege. .stock, of'Specially prepared remedies for Special *rori candidate for the office announce of Clerk myself of the a every worthy interest of our great / District No.'S, :/ '
< 't county.. Therefore we ..k' for him To the Voters of Dade Coast t *
Circuit Court of Dade P: j
", I". '' r_ J Ladles MaMAliijs t ID>t: Attendance! ;}'i- J{ for. our.Tote fa the primary County and of May ask!the hearty support of all, good citizens I hereby announce myself. a candidate -
V ""J i"r A 15tb4;; J. F. JandonT" rat tbe coming brlmary. for renomlnatlon to the Office
Upa'ta1r.1. MrtrfrnnTfrBnilflinr.\ From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.Sun. except d '",i (Signed> ) W. J. Shone of County Commissioner in District '''' ....
-k i r V S-T For i Clerk of the Circuit) V Court .B. S..Potter. No. 2. subject ,to the action ofthe In the.selling 'of! meats,as wen aa',tm
JV I iereby Gen Richardson.- Democratic primary eleCUoa.,to beheld "v '; '
': annoooce tnyself sa a candidate Committee. ,. May .1I tho: 1906. .4 j other thlngs. irs the. :quality of Oct I
for Clerk of rth* Circuit Court, jV -
CIF YOUR MJTOiSiHTROUBLR I CAS FIX sI T T. A. 'WIafleML ;
.. subject to the action of the Democratr "FOR COUNTY.COMMISSIONER I that ,wins) new friends and ....
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t-< ': t "" ,;;; : ,, i le' primary.d, Hntson; B. Sa u 4 era. Jr. Second District FOR COMMISSIONER Irons very day. By'tLs way: ,hare 70*'
Tire .Trouble are Cured or \ eat; Palm.BeacX. To the Voters of.Dade County: District NO. S I '
h II new ODes SoIL.. ,r Cars for hire. ,. I hereby announce myself as a candidate To the Democratic Voters-of Dade ever tried- us on an order for roast
'. ; .,# c' ; ,_ For! ; for nomination to' the office of County-: : :' beef? We-
CountJClerk offer tbe best Florida and
I take this
method of'announcingmy
this f county commissioner in District No. 2, J. i
myself Intake aleaaJidatc: method of anmoundBg subject to the action of the Democratic candidacy for,the office of county! Western beet U'be land..q. .
as
G R. Zacbariu for.the office
of Clerk of Court, for Dade.County, Primary Election to be held-May commissioner from District No.!;subject .
At, ''A subject to the action of the 1I th. 106. Geo. B. Baker. to the action of.the Democratic B.
'4 .'...... Daniel's Block :Miami primary.,. '* -.JVW.Democratic Baaa.P I primary. On account of.being'bPCI Dpane Prop.Magnoliaj .
-,<: :t FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER "
Zafte Rail Block A.b. y'Part."..J, Fer County Treasurer District No 4 #
The frends-vt! A. Lee Allen desire
Tote
Voters of Dade County ; Grocfcjrt
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riartng been Uentlfled with Dadcounty to place bis' name before the votersof !
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since Dade County for the office of Cocab
1895rba1'lnc done the
*eftr' best I knew how Commissioner subject'to the action l F. IL WI r ''
-4tEinig aa an Individual of the Democratic ARTON. Manage
primary election
Of ,!;citizen to make It
a.prospcoucounty .
to be field May 15, 110& '
; having lived at both ends
ofihe county and having filled a I
FOR COUNTY
COMMISSIONERDistrict
'/Machine Shop .. know public whether office so I that do so the conscientious people DU..)' No. 4 If You Drink -Co fee. Drink Good Coffee
The friends of J. J. Holly
announce
"f ly;:;;.1 now offer myself aa candidate him candidate '
: as for'County Com-
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.< Across The River. I, subject fora Seed the to"office the'of Democratic County Treasurer primary.: to mksloner the action1-In--District of the Democratic No. 4, subject PrI- Our Fort Dallas Coffee
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every vote that I can get and mar,. ,
i J.- ., _' trust that my friends whether In the ,
dtjr: or country will not forget. me I '. '
oft..the day of the primary,.in return FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
)YilJ.r:repair:::your engine on ,short notice.. fdii| which. promise, If elected; to i Second-t\\strlst I I Is generbus'.jr: goodIt. excels In strengt fr i and aroma. 'It Is
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Expert Cas Engine Men. We carry perform the duties of the office with Friends of William Helm, announce I'resh roasted every week.] This Is our spe 011 brand. We recommend -
asp?much courtesy accuracy vI his candidacy for county'commissioner It We couId'rtot afford to d01hl if It was
dyriamos: oils }batteries promptness a* I give to my prlvr.iebfejlness from tte Second district, subject to tie|, not good.
plugs, -wire ; Oeo. ,O. Carrie action of the Democratic primaries.Mr. ,| Try It If you have not don so. Our tea, spies, Xt.racts. soaps

.sc'rews; 'switches -'- V -' -," -':- Helm is' a successful business'| and groceries as a whole possess special me Its, and values that
JFor County Treasurer man, enthusiastic ..for good roads, a''arc. worth while values that better
i of Dade County: first-class civil engineer, and well ; : ;.t are than J others. We:want
':t hereby announce myself as a can. equipped to fill the office. ;;your trade. We guaranteesatisfaction or yourmoney. uerk!

"dilate for renomlnatlon. to the'OmC1t Order by phone or.come }o the store.and Investigate! .
LOfto1I ot;county Treasurer subject to the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFirst j {
:& EMig action of the Democratic Primary District I '. .
election to be held May iSth. 1908. I' respectfully announce myself ai i ia

J ,C. H. Raulersoa.. candidate for the office of county i C Avenue D andr Fourth '
rner < StreetF.
f tlaml Fla commissioner for the First District | !!!]

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST! -LINE.COI F''sbuviN: .- SPOONS Watches and Jewelry ,


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CAN BANK BY MAIL j [ Town TopicsJ WELLS. :& GRAVES' 1 i j' ..';. /'/ i

Are preps ed to execute k .
orders in their .

For e'convenience:'ocuStomers'Uv, --, 1 [ : 1

Ing out of the city, we'pay particular -- Millinery Department -l
Couny Intention
A Court Suit months It is the of the
attention to .mall. You t
ranking by. can' .A suit.. Henry Benaett va J. D: Mai- council to accept tee code at the meet. -4 I "
malljoiir; : deposit to us from your own: Ion atfjnnpslt damages $375, has been Ing tonight,providingIt.;; presented resigners'of the latest Spring style,.hats" I.. .. 1i!
Instituted In the county court. In proper form by.City Attorney Qao- in silk dark straw and lightweight '
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and Immediately r -
postofflce, .
upon 'I s
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tier Ie'whom it was"referred last. forcorrecUon materials. {<
'celpt of It'Savings passbookrwill : I :;,
sro4/ier wants to IMt JeW Property and revision. \ "I \ > .
be Issued and mailed, to you'Yepay4iqercuLpfr 4. -' .. :.
W. Lave ,BftOMICR, mesas. REAL ..TATB.f Ladies Tailoring Depari mcnf
\ ;: Will for Savannah .
The Iargelauncb: yacht LottleW.li. .
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annum, compound quarterly .. c'iPtaln"WDterl, hailing from Savannah 'For, street, carriage'and evening: icortami s, ,
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:: and which has been one of the LEGAL PAPERS fILE"D ]I Ij' j waists, tailot gowns and coati 'ti : ....
$I will Start an AccountfCapital i Iloyal,Palm pleasure fleet for 'the j '

'. past to seasons will leave,tomorrow t: 232 Twelfth Street." Miami"f,
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neztjeieson.] Warranty deed, J. W. ErIckson and -- ..

s j'wife to' Moses Gaskill for $75, Ipt 10, .. T-_. -'!-- -1'n I --' ".
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+ J block Erickson's additjon to Miami.
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,i. $50,000 ForalbFour!; mules and threw '
'!' : { I horses.at ji bargain. Call at'once. Satisfaction of mortgage, Dade

}(i'' .Surplus' and Profits $11,000 i IA\"t'n')[c\ell 1D.: Livery Stables. 15th,St' and. I j'I County,Satisfaction Security of Co.mortgage to Alice, "Mrs P.,Hicks.Mary :

I Hone to Adolph .0.. Rlegel. Buy [aster t uiat- it
';' ) Will Return North j Satisfaction of mortgage. Chas. C.j I our s :
1! Deposits $350,000 Cajrfain and :Mrs. Norton* of the Brlckell to Clara A. Purcell ,
I pleasure launch \Vhlz. which has been Mortgage deed Eugene B. Romfn' ,
one oj'the Royal Palm fleet for the I and wife to H. C. Roome for .
,' pact tyro seasons, will leave with/toe 'lots'7.and' 8, block-108,,Miami. 1100'1'I' --t f .
he first Nat. Batik boat Miring the -next ten\ Jajs.or; two Warranty deed. J. J. Cbe' i the GfothiOg'GO "

wt't'ki\tor;\; the north. I They. will return wife to Ralph' Wbrthington for $100 )JWiami Mn :
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t feet, lots 23 and 24, block 11, Miami. _
:. ... '- Brosslrt wants to list'your property Satisfaction of moj-tgag Jade County and_, "save ; \two(), 'doll rs'l'
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Security Co.. to Rose D.. Chefneux. ,
Marti < :Mortgage deed Vernon Price-Wit; '. r ; I .',
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... (Hams, to H. C. Roome for $1,200 lot ,.
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; .. Th4 teamer Martinique- Capt Dillon 5, block 114,' Miami. These two doUars'wlU secure you an' extra pair of" t'
trousers
i -R.- arrived in port this morning iromNassaC Bill of Sale Vernon PriceWilliamsto ,a pair. "
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,I N. P.. with a number of late' H. C. Roome for $1,100. launch J; of dress shoes or a fine felt hat. ,Below are a '' :

I tourls!$.' returning from that popalar Eltzaoeth. ,' few specials for this week ,
resorts;| The I _
Martinique
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Warranty deed, Ernest Stvpmannfd I ..
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t- Y -REO' eratt'tftona new schedule which willatake Dr. Ezra A. Hebord for $.0, lot 4; "
.t. flcr ,arrive here Thursdays. and block 10, ,Stuart. Smooth weave blue Coarse weave bl ie \
1 I. SunJ31 Satisfaction of mortgage, GeO. Zapf serje, suits, single serge suits,regnlkrprice.of I ;
j i $12 :
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;v 0' Fonjtrapefruit and orange trees see' Mortgage, -John Brandto lined, reg. price JI4 is iflLOO,at ;. "[.. .., :t
}t. Orlfflng! Brothers Company All ( :, ,t- :
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! : '" : crow >on high land. Miami office. Mortgage deed Andrew SledJ and 18 ounze black clay Dark .gray, ..,,

,I a .' .,. > 323 Twelfth'street..., W..e to J.- A. McDonald and J. B. nit*, satin lined. $12.I suits, fiauneI'I'O, "
I ''' Reilly for $6,000., thirty acres In section regular price $14.00 $12.00, only ; .:

' Carrie'* a*many.passenger*: climbS more bill;goes just a. Will fl ish Tenth Street la, tp. 53, south,range 41, east ,at- ...............*. .. I lettat..,..\..,-,... .. ,':,

r i fast: uses lee: gasoline and tire; ,U safer and more easily Soiifcj-lntcndent Godman, of "the Deed L. W; Sheed et\all to Frank 16 Btreetjaepartment. who has bad the Taylor et all for $1 any other considerations grfy
; controlled; just ae luxurious and comfortable 'and 'C05U> } '
: ) snits: Have never and tan cassimere; 1
i, leA for repairthan many car that sell for double or treble city p4eonere! & work for'aOme time 11 acres In section 20, tp. sold 'for less than$11.00at. $9 suits, in. $7 .
: single and :
;, J its :: :: ,Send for the REO book that'tell why grading and paying 10th street from SO, south range 42, east M ::
prove :
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': Aveirt!!B to Avenue A. states that:the 'Warranty" deed J. K. Dora et ox to .: .: w I 1.., ; I" f
, .. came'.frfll "finished "by nhjht except B. Thomas $125. lot 17JX>rn'a f .

,'t) the rQ;t11ng. This work is a great hnproyenient subdivision north one-half block, 67, Doa't,Miss this,OppoftoBlty of supplin) yl arSd- ,
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to. that. thoroughfare., .. ,MtamLUNiVERSAt .
\ Miami Automobile ':' '; with seasonable ,al extraordinary low prices
cogs "
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: 13thStrccl. near Postoffice !
repaired and recorerea.' '
,t>- Opens at .Rem With All I Countries am.thinCo.
.j Leave' his Racket Store.;
-, ..-- Represented I.I .

t",. .. ', ,' .-. _.., Will thiprove',Yacht 13b6'Avenue D Miamii Florida
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I.- DurtiiK the lummer'the large launch Home April 3- The Universal i
.ach |;narrarouta. Capt. Thompson, tal Congress opened here.to Jay ,
will lira:|altered and changed materially every country belonging to the po.1 -j
3* Arc, Your Going: to Build? soSas? to give greater room' anJ versal Postal Unionrepresented..

conveniences. One of these will be L'nlted States Is represented by HELD UP[ FOR AN'
k the nfevlns{ of the toilet further after tain IL M. Brooks, superintendent of j _
If business block'or building -
contemplate
you erecting a residence -
and Installing a larger galley forward foreign mails; in the Postofflce Depart EXAMPLE .;
$:< of kind itwill"pay yonto give UK a bid. The artificial.tone' .
any
The Inferior arrangements of the cabInwlli3i'lso -: !:went and Edward Rose' t :, pr. pit- \ *
f -. which we manufacture is WITHOUT A DOUBT SUPERIOR Omaha ,almost any carriage cf "',.
wagon ever
', __ be remodeled. ; etor,of toe Dee, who win also '
ANY OTHER MAKE- IT IS WATERPROOF. :
i' to a submitted to'our la .ntlon.wfll'lhow
}o ." ) one cf the delegates to the CJngressl{ .-
f '' 1 Dealers' Portland' Cement''' Forlent Roomco.] :! lOth street. in 1897, which was held' .In Washington. -!t' our skill |In repilrlnp.", No matUr

. 4' for twij men;' $ week.. I how much 'out of :your vehicle 1 i
IJ';: 1 One of the questions which will' .
f' The Art Stooe Will :8eautify Garden
; ) Into' commission Coat
the adoption of a universal postage I t *
Tot ibake room for a beautiful rose
t; ,7 Office and,Stone,Yard. < i I ,
the..pan on the grounl that as new ';
( 1 the cottage moved hitherto adjoining ,
the stamps would be alike, :t would compI'
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her rIJence on Avenue and 8th ot
be Impossible to strike balance, for
a
,- to a 'about fifty feet south. She 1 '
there would be way of
I' II nthnalastlc admirer of the no telling .. '
: an' rose
where the stamps had been purchased. ,
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and this'garden will'greatly add to
f* *' VAn the'beauty of her property.' Another question, which will probably 423 Eleventh Strttt.. Miami. PU.order 1
t. I KB ,;-- come"pforsaction will be the I I
OPtic Miithi'Transfer Company offers fo proposition to Increase the weight of' f
Illusion i the letters. At the
sale *I ft'roa4l&CIdle-eoach, heavy draft present weIghtof =
; and Jim hones: Harness, carriages, a letter carried by a five-cent stamp"is .
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new , Before shlpTing horses for'the, sum- probably be Increased -by tha Conr r :
grew Two other matters to be ,
mer.;*' will offer for sale as fine a '
, Une ]6l horses to the sldrr-d are the parcels post and the
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perfecting of the International
money
aU'vof; Florida at
reasonable prv
'.,:> :' cea. ijApply at stable or write to J. M. order,system. C() lpapYi .

I Hanl.ejr.. General Manager Ulaml. rta 4 :

? '\ '-'-, The-'ranroad.'ma; be pardoned for ,street, Pho 1e'No.f1S7 and 1121 i Avenue D',.Phone 1101Garage ; .. .
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ql Will. :Mount{ Fides] being suspicious of a square dealwhen and Stabltsr 11th near Ave. E, :
l I Ia Iy Iyd oneNo..l00 "
Capt K. M.Large, the well known Senator Tillman plays- the President'shand. street ,

exKltrniIst: ? left today for Indian ff ,
;f fey aboard the launch Hyepus. where Horses, Carriages and y

I he wall| be located for the next-month 4! ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO ,
.... or more dressing and mounting tarpon '
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.: ( .. : 1 by fishermen, who will come Fashions Then Being Reproduced by
Boutfcffor: the purpose of capturing. Wells V Graves I for hire bl the hour. day week or'month.' Automobile storage -
hesijganie monsters: repairs and supplies. | Agents for the fambna' FORD au-
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h I rt lt'i' wor'ase, landscape gardening, roads we are reviving the styles as worn,by I gage transferred. ALL orders receive PROMPT Attention.,
.q >utl4 Elands cleaned. See Fred Rutter.. this.noble Jady and her following, andIt
.., Mlam! is fashion's decree that we be ruled
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WillSpend:: Summer North past I" 1I
;to '.. ap'S Enoch Boss and daughter Miss One hundred years''ago tiny hats I f | .-;
JuIIa&fof ,the auxiliary yacht Jupiter with short fronts and long .back gar- FOR FIRST HorseS1imn

t That s 'wfiat l lots of.: shoes *arfe< Look alright l at first herer who .Save WlUxgo spent north the past this several summer years and anas geous with with lUtle-ribbon roses boas and of made brightest gore I CLASS .... .

:, [but assume all sorts of_shapes Jater when you wear.them s7.nJ the, heated term around theNe colors, 1II''re'tbe, fashion. Colors are AND DISEASED HOOFS'SEt' I
: .tlersey'resort now extravagantly indulged because "
: >+| They will leaven
-tr) ; Jupiter\abo t.the first of May Josephine and Napoleon had'it so then, L. F. LaFontlsee 708 7th St
Not so however with W. L. Douglas 'I anil i iitside of\a top of a.week or '-'':?meniberlng that the taste of:Josephine VWMMWWVn. ?nnfwfi,,,,..
,: s florsheim,' Dorothy Dodd and Lenox two *l Jacksonville pULgo: direct on was for vivid colors. "
thro &h to their (destination -where One hundred years ago dresses were ;

'. hey>'*-lll remain'' u'otl.. 'fall oefore returning hort-walsted with elbow sleevesjong Dade CO. Title rice
OiJR SPECIALTY LINES, to MiamL. ,"' lorca.Jarse': ; buttons and many other Ins
I -- rtvolitles, all of which we learn from ,
Srojaler t- history of the empire period. It la ,
wau.list: your property. Indeed a pleasant task reproducing In and Trust Company
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Tonight picturesquely beautiful as were OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATES ,.
f The'1 Clty council meets tonight In, the of the empire period. ,
', she flrtt\ o the semi-monthly sessions We are displaying In the new Easter Paid Up Capital S75.OOO. Surplus,. >12,000'"! 'I
fII' A ntilfbcr of matters of Importancear bonnet all these! lovely effects We : *
:! t<%'come .up for consideration, and have a large stock'of Easier hats and Insures land titles*,prepares abstracts of titles: ,loans and :
lIcUojj|anons which will be the wellwcmfVxJlWcatlon bonn?tJi. any will make special prices invests money on,its own account and for ot'bejrC Acts as i
r ri : of the city ordlnanc- for the Easter,trade. Investigate our agent: attome1- -fa ,j trustee,' assignee executor, receiver -
ci Iii! conformity! with the charter, beaiwep.r anl prices before buying : or guardian. Address all communications to \
i : ",' lrjfij has 'been hanging' fire in one elsewhere. Wells &: Graves. Xo. :232! 43
t form:'vr: another for the past several Twelfth street S. L Pattrson, Sec] and; T reas. Miami. florid.
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President W.. M. Brown;of the Fort
eWcSfdlo e I Dallas NaUonal Bank, left last night
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-- BR SSIER means Safe Investments
Mr. and Mrs.: Gilbert wh! [ 'Ribbon Vanilla.' Mon I' _
4-- tills for their home ''!lf.-It falls.to ,''no .
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lr.A.] T Price, one of Danla's i VALUE IN ,
"*. I kind rou.'e been using. i..tag growers la In town today on It everybody's .... fer v
PAINTED j goes twice as far as oft drink. All other Rate"Pop' seed .
Ine'l.l) I w ten our stock is .Trssnr ejsnr)
: nd the flavor Is perfec- but they fLt all siake.
Wanted Clean cotton
e. I Norma Martinet:,S cent jctgar to the
'., I. oClce. fJl highest priced goods la tasj'. aton
I Martina 1 Shooting Gallery, Avenue D,
china la ons of our-specialties.JC ., ; there's .
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/ / of Ideal U11ner'1)near 110 street It offering a good
Mr. ):. T. King: of Fort the "Cascade"GfngerAle cah be foaqd any where! la th* cq
Ws carry In.geJtUl.n..rencII and arrived In town morning i ii tomorrow for Steve i's revolver for the highest score ---1:
,1' this ; this i eek. 'Get In .the contest boyL'Ex. ,<
Italian ware .creams. and sugars, early tfain. --- I IMPORTED AND ,

batter' f Senator. N. Camdan, of West CIGAR t .
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bread and plates See. our assortment of. : : mesns safe Investments DOMESTIC $ -
Vlrgli la.and.sonwbo spend their wine
', plates and vase In assorted ,slxssWs' music. 'Smith's. > |!f ter s sans here, left last night for lillY -
7 .' I .. : ht iris For Sale The' their northern. home. They went. in I by the box, or by the,t aoaeot
,. ?iest light draft cruising .superior quality and U p.t s t sssdlQon -
2 faro.anortmat )Ir P. H. Roper, one of : Mr. H M.. Fligler's private car.whlch
;' carry a, promlent business men Is a i 25 h.p. engine]I was: ent down herd especially for I I We ar. the exclusive bottlers at small price AH ee>r.tpKSj
off : Miami today. [ Address J. .K.. their iccommoJatlon. t' of "Cascade" t kept so that none of thetr flab,
In this territory.
Fla. I There lot of ales ce U lost.
i, are a gingers arf
For Rent, -Furnished house. [ f i SPECIAL BARGAIN but none to compare with
Souvenir Spoons veniences for summer. Price ? chairman of the I Tw i lots, on 20th street not far from "Cascade." Be wire yow tot ,.
able: Cottage, care ,?! Democratic Executive, Avent e D for 'sale at a bargain. ;J. "Cascade" and no euooauite
1 >tn town today on bus-'I 1:1.: T turn & Co.
,AT: rH RIGHT PRICES; 1 : Mall orders given special, attontlon .
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No. 35,..due In Miami N I' .Sixteen defendants, all charged with HAYES
a. car, was about two hours !, being drunk and disorderly, were before -
sA &Two deslrtble, cottages-
-::0' minutes late this morning. ;)nd' Avenue B. One furf -:j 1;I, udge Sanders In the municipal I I AcmeBottlingWorks
:f ooms; one unfurnished court this morning. The smallest fine The Man
Picture"frames made.to ;'jind bath. East front Ape:''imposjed: was $1 and the largest S5-- and MIAMI, FLORIDA Cigar II
: SON Racket Store. : cost \The majority of toe defendants .
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John W.: Yeager, of .iMeat box and fixtures.Jn '
JEWELERS: and house
: To Rent Newly furnished
OPTICIAN,1NattrPostsfcs nephew'of.Mr. A. J. Snow, ) thI. Far below cost.
:; t ''Miami.'Flor da 1 tint, came down this morning n. 112 Avenue. D. on Park.Thirteenth 1 Apply street or address near Royal House,Palm Metropolis THE :
t Improve his property at Miami Decorating CompanyW.
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', ; I 'BROSSIER wjlTs neat : cruise of the lower coast E. CANOVA, PROPRIETOR.'
were complaining to a contractor c.
r and family aboard, is I the other day about the cheap
= Miami Skating Mr. George O. Carrie of ":.,and 1m'I anchored t.In'the,bay class of houses that are going up and n.... ... Sip -
asked him how It. wa that, almost f
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Beach arrival .W ,
was an on r
train.. every Job that baa been let In Miami I' j
Ing's Both legal and .
'- :,ftieans Safe Investments In tAe last tire years had been tai Pai: itt : I
: business Is Mr. Cnrrle's feT -, .
Rink
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lose that the, 2S.
: hand satchel,denoting'the at a loss or so near a .
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.. Us smile.the,political, : r assortment of ready to contractor would hare done better to I t
i. ,ladles. Misses and child. have been a Journeyman on the Job. Piper Hanging and Kalso nlng:,
Open S-toV10 a, m. for: fteglner t. r. R ',- : shapes and prices: He said the trouble was with the. 1. 'I .
Open 2.te I"p. m. Fresh venison:.In lock Peat's Papers "
'i Goods Store 327 1thSt.. "other fellow. "He figures so low Agency tall ,
'\ Opelt.7. tell. p. m.. ,' Miami Market 1317 and 1319 I that there Is no mo e1 In It for any I .
r Fuuday aftirroon reserved for ladles. If body". We asked'the ."other fellow." Call or write for Estimates. Phone 181. 1315 Ave. D;

"'",Saturday forenoon reserved childrenCOMPETENT' rcN.,;.L. $ht bay v landhe rid the;sa thing. There Is -
A. Gray,-who has spent party was Inj some thing wrong/.l' the contractors 4
INSTRUCTORS' sons on the east coast with !night by a congenial ate not entirely ttfowrae. 1 ... :
Admission 10 cents. Skating, 25 cents ten In Miami. has 'clty, composed oh MUs I; One man'who has i pet theory said : Ii IiI
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:.th_ St Wed of lee Factory, Upstairs Paul While' hexe Mr. Gray Miss Mayme Shnp- lit.was the carpenterHe\ said, "Look 1-
engineer on the F} E. C. Harrell Miss Sarah 1]at that man T:rklng. \\He saws a few .
tension.' / t! anny ,'.Clements, and strokes then s'ops and, refts. And at
,-, on, James Znm-I{that other f 'low! : ha the plane Like Finding :
'ED. MOFFATSDairy r BROSSIER will collect )|her, and Melville It!s-I a. few strokes, then steps and sharpens .
: was mostly made the bit; an- kill time." -
the obJecUve point being That set me. thinking and. I took .
.Mr&' E,, B. Pandas' and Creek, a seldom frequent'time to watch them. And 1 found that I ... k J'
dren,;who have been visiting :, saurian bask In the ,It was a fact one did *iop and sharpen J 1 .
Lunch Fi Hoyle, sister of Mrs. !4 one numerous In num the plane and the tber did atop .Mo '

Avenue D, left last night were visible last I{land It-did Iok like hej was resting. .' : ey ;
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home at Elyrla. O.-Mrs The returned
wast
party But the fact was he putting,kerosene .
including spent the winter with her .1'I' hour, and will arrange I on the saw so It would not stick. .. .
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very thing new. has : ; :v '
made many warm while the ;
; moonlight
,, II found that the can of Kerosene was 1 '"
: \! .' of the most necessary tools, and : ;F
:ie .building, makingthe for'B .uutn11lne of ladles \ '" lone" plane must be sharpened'every lit. : i -

Easter now ready.Cone -Room, 320 10th street; Itie while. This;'nlneJi so'full of rosin ,
:cleanest t'arid.. neatest !dinhI them..' Empire Dry Goods for two gentlemen. that the tools ge ,sticky and will .. .,. .
12th Miami/ "
street I not work unless kerosene is-used. 1 I .

j room In the" city.AN Clean cotton rags at this 'talked with I a' carpenter that, came 1
Little Miss Johnston "
Co/tie, 'Sf. from the North a short time ago and .1 .
morrow i celebrate her,sixth he said a 'man could do about one- .
l IDEAL PLACE and has-lnvlteA her*little" St6ce* Construction Com third as much work In a;, day with"this
share In her ioy and pleasure i .':rc lve,1 another ,ear- wood as can be lone with white pine. 2 Lots 14th Street
FOR LADIES the afternoon on the large .Cement It,you are One used to the other pine,win work on ;
; ly mows lawn In the front of it, will. pay yon to get harder here and not accomplish nearly .
Net Gmeected with a"saloon I ent's home'on 9th', street so much IB a day. i ;
.. .. a ) t not he V i.--y \
.it''I' ;J. W nns ,/ ... The carpenter Is to blame: I. ;
: &, t automobile ride ov.Is doing! the best he cant Who to I .
:ButtermHk\everu day at "' ? _SUMM ER COTTAGE road to West Palm toblame.. Maybe yon are. If yon are -

5ca glaze Light 're\ ''A nicely feral ed five room yesterday by. Mr.I I king'or a gold.brick yon can find '
at Uthla Sprints (Austen- ana Miss Walt They It.I If yon want a $5,000 home for between ID ,
freslunentseel dug'iag anahovelty :
for rent for the summer it [of the Zacharias cars $3,000 yon should not be.disappointed'If
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,, aU l .hoars.. month. ..R.'rftE. Tatnm ft- Co. ] forenoon and;spent It;,Is only worth 13,000 when.yon j ,
..: ... th .friends and ac get It Why not use the same, ioo4bualnei. : 1 .
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Avenue at'the other Judgment here as when yon \..
[3rd door east of D on-13th :'eDd-returza..
1 Street..ProutBnildinjr, Maim,1&. RACKET the evening. .1*'V built your other home. Examine the I :
tJ"< conditions and build Intelligently and
:- when you come to the locks: and other
-TO;LOAff hardware:for the doors and windows
=dSTBLPUCF r to loan to parties that will Works
put on something the salt air only
build In Riverside.Can ,
SMITHS not rust before one season Is past. ,
JR Tatum i': o.
little and
Pay a more money put on a "
,C, genuine bronze that will remain the : .
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NCEMENT same as.long as the door lasts. "
BOOKSTORE -- We have the finest line oftbronse
Saving i a first class Ice hardware ,ever brought to Miami, the I'
ant: am prepared! to lur- largest assortment and the best de-
UMIAMI.FIA notice any quantity and slgms In the South. Come In and let $1500 each :,

t |ieream, sherbet and nsAahow yon'what we have. There Is .
sod lt party and family no Job too big for ns to figure on and ; : ,.
'STAT1ONLR1TCT.S
We Are Agents have also opened you will be surprised at the extent of -. .
: parlor where the best our stockWe will furnish "Good I '. .. r
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I preatns and Ices will be goods. at fair Prices." ,
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;51,I,. r .,. Ifitlte! the patronage of MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY"We ; ". ." ..',,. ,, -., '
-yougoing to pay : |j{ John Seybold. Want Youl"MoueT." -" N}

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food money for a'm cbln., '
iro Cet the best Other makes
one we claim for tta % Conservator of Music

the
food qnaUUej THothers

additional \oneself Iron I I x 22S! TWELFTH STREET F. C Btossie & -
the best msraUne Jade, ( .
or let 1111'call on yon, and. a FRANKLIN COLEMEN BUSH 'DIRECTOR U ,
ten J : k
.yon about them. -
f trained faculty. An artist ja{ chares of each depart ''I

SMITHSBOOKSTORE _WE- SELL EVER.\' Piano. pa..Organ Voice, Violin MaJoItn, >JIoat'a: : "
7=aC AND SELL IT :Culture, Irene. German1\,and Bpanlsh.Harmuy ad ,
1 200 Ave. D Miam
}j of Mtuic classes. Burrow's Kindergarten and ,
W. H. 'Chaile & "
I Music Classes. :. : : :. Send for; catalogue '


MIVMI.IIA 5 :'and 111*10 Cent Avenue Annex D, Miami at ISIS Granted' UoonJ: [Graduation Counselors Contractors in Realty ,




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,NATIONAL. QUARANTINE'BILL 'KING CORN" DAY
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PASSED THE HOUSE I, THE
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
IIN 1
ssionsQatte By a vote of -202 fo 26 the House
t_ cprof Tuesday passed the national qua ran-r Eve-Being Observed in States Nctth iggheS-
tine bill The bill places the control II of Ohio. Rivers .
of all quarantine stations grounds J ;

and anchorages under tae Secretaryof hrle, Okla.,. April 5- Here as
the Treasury-and directs xihat "as Wellfps-, In all corn States north of the I '
$ soon as practicable after the approvalof Eve Held Out
in tljishis
rsoxs cSG Ex sa, the act he shall select and.designate Ohl tl\'er. King Corn Day !Is observed

ATTORNEYS$ AT LAtV such suitable places for them and establish : I Bjilay in the public' schools.. The S
the same at such points on growing of corn and .the selection!
wWrsads.taWooutaItus we FU*n. the seacoast of the United -
or near
goo jlkeeJ for raising corn formed the VeeK' ateWe
:-1 illeel.itacWtl..toreaa.talns.4p.tw uyuTOM. States. ;
Ise V further the subject of talks delivered, .to the children .
Thebill gives Secretaryof
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'- '" the Treasury the right to establisha 'ik> all public schools.! '"
quarantine station at the Dry"Torta- To;!:teach: the children how to select '
i l stTK. srnt otr*' : ..E:'y.ATKINSON gas Islands and at such other,points at the best seed, they were asked some i
.Seymour,&' Atkinson or'near the seacoast" (not to exceed tlm4;,ago To make tests of seeds at t I 4!
; four in the aggregate LaB he deems thelhfhomes l and to report the results B J'IDIN' ..: S. i-li
R I f Attorneys and j necessary.:-The bill also provides that to their teachers today. The material f., .J
shut collected-in the schools '. ,'
Counselors At Law.' every common' carrier engaged la-interstate will be '. 'h :
commerce shall receive and supitued up by the-statisticians of the .
# ... dial atlaStsad.. si i rt.. carry through any State/or: Territory: Depart of Agriculture and'will be I i
passengers. freight and baggage which communicated In condensed form to Jason
rooms. &,.6,.7;.Frissell Bid;.,Miami cay have been.discharged and properly the|!growers of corn throughout the had a great shoe business this s aitcl of cWrs ,Had
certified In accordance with theregul.tIons cotton belt. Young folks' grain club
of the and ,,'llHb| organized In all corn States lot'of "shoes in broken which'
: public health .a'. fine, sizes left we will on ;the-
A. WorleyAttorney.
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G.' marine hospital service that every and; tall each school will hold a fut :
v person Interfering,,wm| or obstructing I hardest festival, with competitions for reduced
counter at
: 1' ,"at Law such carrier or any passenger any valuable prizes. :' .greatly. prices TItS is your cr ance to fit'
Instrumentality In any such carriage I, Colorado i and Minnesota have al- .
,1 i JI0 h'Twelfth. St.'..MiamiFlorida.Geo. ,; or journey shaft be guilty of a talsde-I reaM voted $%,500 each for .dlstrlbntlottjn .up the entire, family and save from 25 percent or e.ach pair' ,
meanor and on conviction 'shall be the form of prizes among the ,
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I Robbins punished by a'fine of not exceeding chlldren.taklng interest In the ,corn
: M., three hundred dollars-or be imprison gror ,g InJultQ".L Men'sFine Shoes Ladies OXfords "
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TKusvllle.FUu ed for a period not exceeding one -- <
r- Attorney,.and ,Counselor year or bo& In the discretion of the 1'.1" ';
court.- Stetson 5.00 and b.oo.cuts, all.styles;, and Bas f
At Law It is provided that this section shall .I for Me and leathers while' they tfJ J A ,'
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WBa'rardc.Ia aft Covrt Stat sad rdnaw
\ not to any be construed persbo to as debark giving orunload authority. fVire last '.' . . . .. : 500 pair of the finest;'':z.S0 ando

freight' In 'an* locality. contrary to I All 3.50and 4-0'0. including Nelson's.shoes: jever shown lami, ,in all

Hudson &, Boggs lawful regulations.PJTTSBURG. and. 111 Wire ForYou" famous custom' fit line to l leathers, snappy styles! .fA1

:Attorney at Law'Townley I. DOG SHOW i 1 :-go at. . . . . .$LU wear guaranteed sizes 2 Ito 8.. 'J..*rv
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'- '.. .Bailing' Miami. FloridasrA.oas.iLiu. Duquesn Kennel Club Opens Exhibition j Phone 176 A great broken- line of men's oxfords >A large line of broken izes in ladies'and

at Plttsburg Today hi cuts, former,price 250.. 3.oo oxford and slippers. A shoe for

.p j is JC H. BROWN and a few 3.50 shoes. All 1 1 'AA dress dr house wean,

.. Plttsburz. April 5-The great bench (I on the counter at. .

ry OOse wttk OraM nara4 show under the auspices of the Du-j ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR price I.75. zoo foiei .
i card,.,* MCk ttiMtcofMrive I .
Kennel 'yinb nere today ,
quesne opens "
: :... : CFLORIDA.. at the Club garden, which a building j 4 f I 1113 Avenue C 75 pair of' fine ties in
vTAvI. containing floor space nearly equal to i Boys Dress Shoes black'.1 white, champag, blue, and
t .. that of_Madison Square Garden in New I I vrs .
J1L York.,, The show promises.to be superior Work brown Good'value at jjoo,.
o D 1ACF1f... School Shoes,and Shoes $1.90 l
{F' to any previous-show held r R. L, Mercer during sale. .. ,. .. ,
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In this city.
ivl and3 oo Vu at.
r' seat s. ,
' doT L BISCATNK BLOCKAva 1.i' The number of entries Is larger than' 207 AVCOM/W.D f leathers welt soles . P I...80 30 pair ladies' white nvas, Gibson
there fine ,
atid more
are
''1" ,'," 10&'LOBID"', "; ever before I oxfords f' I.5 O. values 1 a r
in former
exhibition than
( --- dogs on any $1 1 LOO
If'; h' .. year. The list of prizes includes Groceries, Provisions X snap at .. .. . I., .. .. I

i:, ', / R.B' ., '! H.i" mora awards than, an Increase sixty, besides'of about the fifty'regular per F g and Vegetables. I Siliptilian Soft Soles

i";., ). .oiBoe nth ct 'pboi 49aeelde cent over last year- !Some of.the spec; Fresh ( '
: and canned butte
lal prizes"offeredare very valuable. meats About pair of the famous Silipulian Mi535afldChi1dr4JSsoft
r 50
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/ A new feature this year-will be'the % and cheese tin'ware .
if eggs '/
sole infant all colors'and'all
" ( ) n1ALLafI. competition for of.hotmds."Er- shoe ;; :
11'. packs
/;" .. .. tt.i. \ tobacco# cigars, etc. Our
erg known :breed of dogs Is represent prices styles l ; o to 4 sizes, standard -!! Oxfords and balv.aU.sifi.25 ; es:

tt : edfnsthe exhibition, ,and among, the; are in-line-whh'all' competitors. price' 7Scnow..1." ..48. and I ,1.50 values.. atW. '... .' .. ., 9. ,, "
'. ,: .. H.T. Mulls t\\: dogs'dlspl.yed famous prize winners some of of the the greatEastern mas t T. .. : : ,"Give"'us aicall.T ___ I .. .... '" .. ; .

< ,'. 'Office i Rooms a and 4t "'" and Western shows. '
The Jtjdges are Francis C. Taylor:ofPhtlalelphia M. Burdiiie 3I6-3I8JTwilftH1 Sf
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Friasell
ki -: Building"' % ;-George-:'Post, Jr-/of !,-_ .:. .,_ \ __. .
Hoar 10 CinTto u'm--: I to I BU ., "
p loneyTOloanOn\ :-o \ '
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New York; George Thomas, Ham- ;._ : _', ;
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.Repdelte.616AvesaeUt,.--- .. ::: ; mou:?Mast.:S James Mortimer Hemp. I
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\- : A Lively Tussle I '..tr .
- :. 'O.aeralCol1trActor.e'' -.) .1. Marks Ogter & Chiop lieu
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with that old enemy of the race Constipation : "

f" .. \:..' Blasting.* Grading ,iSr; ., .' To avoid,all often serious,etids trouble In 'appendidUs.with stomach I I[ Short or Long Time Sea Fo d Our Sp cialty i t

W.U.Drlll.d= ftldewsJkCiMaynard liver and Bowels, take Dr. Kings\ "
New Life PIlla. They perfectly regulate -, Easy)' Payments Oysters y plAite. quart er ga' oil: !,

1 .W these organs, without pain or Meals served at aU hours. 41012th treat. Miami. Florida'
discomfort. 25c at all dru 1ItL .
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4 'fRADUATE OPTICIAN NEED CATTLE FOR INDIANS Lake Ctty.has 6SOO popa/ttonJS 112 Unexcene IIealth'only III 4sa
( "Wlth;Maynard, i Bon.. Je.elere. feet above the sea w pure for the put 10 lean to aa aftrlll.
';:' a.qM, D 1Cu'to Tat Oficf Bids for Supply Stock Will.Be Opene. Dade artesian 'Water.. r.ItoU population 0 over. <4000.hotel < ', '
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., / Today. : Security Go. '
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Washington, April -The Commissioner Blanche
:: CivQ 'Ileer ,of Indian Affairs wm open bius r [ THOS. W.. MATHER .

garsre.ia.d w- tdi.jla.dia'.ys.att- for supplying)elter.s and bulls for the '1[ .' MIAMI. FLORIDA .
COCOA J OBOVK: r A.. Indians at the Rosebud Agency inSouth Lake Florida "
City
.' Dakota, this afternoOn.The lechanleal and''Hydraulic Engineer -
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L _,i ';UALTEF C..DEt'.AKMO- -<' and 200 contract bulls. calls The heifers for 4,981 areVo Iters be !:line: Windmills pumping steel engine towers, tanks galranlied, gse- 60 miles west of JacksonTflje.on the Seaboard Ban &7.'-Offers yea ass'of'

1v.. : U. h not less titan two years old nor 1 or. end black pipe at whole**!*. Special portnnlty to linger a little Conger hifore going i orth. Comfortable o4
Ar0siteot.: : than three, of native range or' 'aded iachlcery i designed end buflz. Agent homelike, modern In *U 1U|appointments., Hot 'sad cold bath eh tdI''

;:.,; -, ,.".. Texas preferably of Durham or Heres- :tot Eagle Acetylene Gu Generators. lights, and belt Rates "1.00 to ilOO per.day Train I'* from JlekIoTISS.leaves ,. .
:;, 'RotUBuUdn! ?' 'Miami. PU ford; stock and-to welgh.not. less than 1:05 a. m. and 4 p. nLarrtTlngU:10 am. and 1:11 p."m. I

t "," '.UI0'Ay... C' ," 700 less poundseach.than two nor'j Bulls more are than to be three'not: G. M.;,DYKES Write a E. Whetstone or lome with out noUee. j '';
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: years old to weigh pot less" :than 850

.: ;ThcJChapfriari House f pounds three-fourths each, and Heresford'to be not orDurham.less than.? \. .334 Tenth StreetBI.dsltiLg The rush U over and wtfle yea Ian : D. E. vf'HETSTOrj' 'E:'yt, !ietorThe

'!/_ vr..W..WCHAPMAN.'Pro; r Proper certificates are to be furnished ArVUMto' Md Repair the time, drop In and take a look at
:;, .auTUM ., .,..::1&1'1 Y tile'mow' "fltlmabi mul1"Wdellvere..ed : ..., -
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demand. :
'.....__...t.f-a ho.. Leo upon { .Week., .Wagins. Beiiltt. OrdernoRsesnoetNGtA's Oar,fine. line of Wbolena.. Do i't ferret -1'-
,caW 11..1... ao.tk .r Pala Baer.as taEa. at the'agency"not earlierthan : .1. the .
., oo..t Usual...o.g tb. piPPi June 1 nor later than Jane U. place onti ntalr
.*.d.aadwlat.r.. .farteMOf SoBthm.nsu 1906. The animals' furnished will all .. e
Gad k .tiJW.t ii uU. Oow taUla* \' .JOHN ,iLL eV BRO .
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elrasr. Florid throughly inspected ] every precaution < I

lations of will the be contract.taken to t prevent; rio I?: -Burkhart: Beadqnarten for smart Tatiosleg. Atlantic Beach Florida' ,

A.W ( 'aniii '" /The number of bids which have beeij SSI Twetttk anent, ,,BleoajM I Btoek "I, '
r .r C-t or'\ received is;'quite considerable It LOCK < Afr.K. BEMIS rr rangier'
AND NS'MITBExpert'Repalrlng ;
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SatlafactloaQnaraateed. most favorable offers and to : '
como jdwf -
=. : > ._ r. f> ,, .. ,. M rritt&Kolb 'qp .ltfa.rfliI5iI90
-- -.. ; -I pute the prices charged by the : .
'h- .r..dr' peutors.- cotnf Arenne C between 12th and 13th St:.
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.e7.- .g.nalaal.a.L 6..dajeualaad I i Through parloica, '1 'aim Beach to .Atlantic Beach, train 74
trU.C& K mtjv*. P. t+Wm.MUalJla.Expert T'- I I .....

...; ",' Typewriter( "'. fey to- Load! :O off: House FllraiturWithout _,- REAL ARQAINS STATE On Atlantic Ocean 20,miles from Jacksonville, via F.E.C.; '''''

MIAMI FLORIDA .
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t X : \ .Repairing' rembvingftt from l! se in ,

sums of f 5.00 and tip. Can be ck iD A fine tl--ba1 front In Coeeanut The Continental is the latest addition tothe famop
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-T ,,, w., PRESTON.. of week Grove, good house, well set In bearingtreee Florida East Coast Hotel System I _
sums U.bo a. Business
:,{ '3049th( Si. o. BOX 311 strictly'confidential. '
,, fNRrO.{ riparian rights. A bargain. \
*, ..- I. r t Writers and solicitor will call' Bicycle chairs onies for the children,, ,gall links t
A. : ixete en 14th etreet' between Avenues court. bowling alley 4. billiards.and 1 ball room for dace
Emil l ; Ehmanni. C and D, -
:. CITY LON OFFICE ing automobIles,- livery service- POfI. fishing, de
::,' i. c AJlltettt; Lot on Sth street. .between Avenues and fresh water .j" f T...
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:West Palm Beach t. Florida .OPPOSITElPOSTOFflCE.M. ";;; House .and lot on 10th etreet .be.Meen .
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:;; -.Avenue,B and bay, $2750. Lets .Investigate Before: Inyestinj

) Merritt .&'KolbRed. \ show you this.. I ,
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.,"estate' Rentals "eta' \ J. vIr borough south 10 acre of Lemon bay front City.,, $3000 cheapest I Wind PoWer 1J

... : ..Estate, *: umLaFLar: ..> !! 25 acres hammock and truck land Has been adopted by the best' people of-the country a. thecheapest

: r re.C.neail2thSt, : (Cdntractoj| and Builder to grapefruit trees, finest In south power: fo raising water.' 1e the people Who hai
then could hive steam'gas and hot air too if
they
: Dad., 11 year old. 200 young trees, they wanted -

-. # ....... DR ,E. Mi LAW ___' Btiider of th ';,Palm Beach Hotel good house and beautiful I grounds on business it. I handle and with th! best my pump mill made mechanis and mate a that a specialty 1 have just pt been this ':
rock road. $5500. Yoi/ should
county granted a patent o I will guarantee jo double the capaatr.Cocoanut .'
DENTIST, -. .' '. House 'Moving a Specialty "I the views at our office. value and.life of at y wind mill outfit iC LnfringemcnU wulj
l' }fiu* over:Scwen'm'Shoe Store 35 acres' on Lemon, City road;\10 'be prosecuted. ,. '.' t]
t MiarrE I :
Artistic Work Thoroughly I Florida sorts cleared. House and 200treee> Y-
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v -Exf>cut.d ., Good views of the bay for a short \ $

With\W'Th.IMo.tMod.rn'AppllanoN.' ,. V r* .......(> 0-fJ-t'Cl-Ji-T- dune only $4000 U PERR} I '' GroveFlor't ,
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": E'pleasure-i sending them :occasionly.] Our stock is larger: and better than ever, and in order to reduc slock: .
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store:, ;: ,. you a better fit or eases $4 95'
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INOONI. ornigKt "'and .f--'.r -.':,' :' '-:, 25.00.. 2p00,, iS.OO suits. The very,, thing for b isiness wear. Good' t
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SEE a large and : : ,; *.'serges 1 6.00. i|rbo and fourteen- >$117-90 I I I pants f or. ...'. . ... .roar. .. .. .1

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DRY goids' in\" ': : <: :.-' and 9 consults for i pants ; '.our ,

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;IN| 3anroth'er store in .Miami. X : .1' < to carry pot only; the-largest stock but; the -''- '

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jEm ire Dry :: .Walk'OverVl'ackard's and Keith's and .famous., *6 and firC.O>; Worth 53.00 ;and $.50 at .$2.'f J :
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line of shcea,to close ( Clapp shoes ai e'noted Biff line of ladii s white'ox ) C '.:
,at Biff ._.... :........:.........,.$1.95| 'I .for style and and they hearing f tocloseat$ .35,$Z45.t.. :v\ 5 .
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Business '__Children's Shoes and in .United States j today .' ,u
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FlOxfords .
Diamond-brand five dollar .
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i';,>* list below olaaalfld the addressee heads for of ready Miami: reference.M.rchanUunderf I.' for !|j*, $1.50 S1-60 shoes 1.25: .: .. Big -fact of tbe: in alljecthes :r t-- ,-: I.
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:_,!+ d Oroosn. Hpr tkalean& 'X B. acRaV&Nt.. Shirts; ,!, {;'!a -_ Trunks and suitcases Men's Hats.I.) .
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TMM. A'ttrln.1S07 Etats.. =sorted!patterns i ,,mostly Msuhattan. ; J. 1 5 and 6" : hats .4.3! d::1 1 :,
,: ., J. I.GKKMitoal ; ATHM D.KCK. JIJuII.JIL' \ f Q to close at..:.. .:. ';
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.. !It. ltirtlllsualtrsst WILSON A HUODLESTONBM :worth 2.OQ;:and.2.50 'I 4K-' r i' moo trunks and sntt'cases for $1.40, Young Bros. 3.oo and 3
'.. Ba7'u4D' yttitr sal Jssuan' I' Closing price'..:. ... I,-T'V. : 11 4 $1.00,trunks and sult_cases for $9.60 felt hats at this sale :!::1
:\ ,, .Waml: ]L. : ott VXUO ......09:1: ." 85 .:;
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l-J Twmk itrMt Mlssl J Line Shirts !
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MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. : $8..00 trunks and suit cases for $6.40, T
'A.-.a.'CAMPB&U. ;.,' to close ; I I -: $5.00'irnnka and suit cases for $3.95 All straw hats at i i 'I .:; -1
-,1j.3 D a1en, .In Oroeerl Onte. :.:Ear.. ,sad. Dealw. to Oata"Irr- J'artot.,1'ni Goods, Q.thin& ". :at... .r..I.! .O'l S3.S0liunka'andsult asecforZ., 80 20ppcent'discou $,t i-! :

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menU which hare been tested In the J. B. Hawkins, B.. I. Lasseter -j J.:E.Lummui 3.
4aeteorologieal.observatory here.i I The ( ,1' .f
Italian bukWIU Make Ascent of, I
Duke 1s confident that he wU succeed Meat Market 'CO.I
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Africa* Mountain in his attempt; unless heary- rains Armstrong's j

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Bane April K- The'Duke at tile Is stated that only one man a alid ....
-Abrnzxl bas almost completed liU mrnarenentft German member of the Alpine Club IS THE PLACE Staple: FanqGroceri ';}"
A for his attempt. next July has ever succeeded reaching the FRUITS tdVEGETABLES'Our
top of Rnwenzorl, Why pay enormous prices for fresh me ta.whcnyou .
to Bake ta. mieent of Mount Ruwen- j ,
mart, Equatorial Africa. la dew GhRCUb II can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS stock of groceries i* complete and *e think we can supply' Q
f1l the/experiences,f1l' Mr.. Douglas OPENING OF II tor much less money at Armstrong's Meat Market. .a everything required/ the baking line. QU1'.aia ia to kep,
rreahfleld 'a4 other explorers > the SEASON IN CHICAGO only the best class of groceries and:oar prices on them will be
MM conslderi tkai 'the time be has -- -i Phone 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th Street found to be right. Goods/I delivered promptly to any part of the1 u i
ejected U.tta most propitious, Mason. Rlngllng Bros. Great Show Will 1Ap. city.Oar fruit and vegetable stock' always fre h.t"Give.,us a call e
far the attempt _- I '- -'
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Bcwenxori. which has an altltsle of .. '
Telephone 2O 335 TweJIth Street Miami, FloridaI
boot 17.000 feet.U between Lakes Albert.Nysax I t
II' and Albert Edward N,- sago. Jipril 5- Rlngllng Bros,' !f.TO BUILD STEEL WHARVES capable of containing three to eight I / F >
asa. and t. IdeatUed by Stanley Mate clrcts opens the..circus season In this I IBids plies:each, Vlll be required. I I I I I' .. c--
of the e"Mountains of the Moon'' cK/tonight and will give their first Other Items are 328 car spring buffers -- ">
the range where Ptolemy, the Greek I performance at-- .the. Coliseum where Opened for Their Construction In 16 cast iron mooring poets 38 : o +I' r. t. 7
geographer of the second century Believed !the preparations rue been going on J Port of Manila cast iron cleats and 112.305 .square .i
was the source of the Nile. ever since According 'to feet of reinforced metal.
The Duke and the Itallana. who wallaccompany the announcement of the'management r 'I IROQIIOI v
bin will probably land at the show will be Igger and more..In Ianlla. April S- The director of \PRILLOpeii
rlCombaaa. sadd.will tram 'by 'train to teresting than ever before. iort works today opened bids for the .TO THE 'TAXPAYERS OF DADE t ,
Port Florence on Lake Vietoria.where The menagerie has been greatly augmented "'. County, 'Affected: by. the Brpw- Until \
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steel wharves In I
construction .of two ..
last and includesseveral .
the.expedition wd embark and crossthe since year i and Drainage Act! }
lake In order to 'reaca'the west rare and valuable additions.The I Manila harbor. One wharf is to be A Fashionable.dife.for. Ladies. and.Gentleaica'Orsters ,
abore. It la here that the real ezpe-- circus has a herd of forty/ ale I 609> feet long and 110 feet wide, toM I -
ffitloK will be orsanbed. Betides the phants, which Is said:to be.one; half built.on piles, with concrete substructure The undesigned respectfully r* Fish; Game and many delicacies s prepared ..
Italian It'will consist"of,about 100 of all the/elephants' in the United, and reinforced' concrete, quests that all land owners paying br. experienced cooks and served bj good waiters. 1. .> .
natives; to.be employed In traniport-, States. There are 650 horses with the I 4eciL taxes In Dade county Florida, who '
tag ke banace of the expedition. show this year, also 300 dancing girls .The other is to,be "similar- construction hare not already paid the special tax The American! plan'meals are served bf t&e Aishstt cheep di-w R
R LearlniLake Victoria, the. erpedltloa and a total of-1.200 per.'onnerL Among will have a length of 600 provided In the above act and who viduil prices enable those to live in rool land, apartmenta.to. '
: feet be'enen feet wide: wish to resist paying those live reasonablr.-The rbquoi boteI''aoUcit'a"patf9nage of all
will. cress that part ofTJrandawhich the.most thrnling features wUl be a but will only same or '
lies between>> the lake and the young German, who will ride.'down a The piers are to be built In thirty feet1of who believe the,drainage scheme to :who' contemplate along] stay a*, well a*.transient customers.
outlying pars of RawensorL This is steep Incline on a bicycle and after water with concrete abutments at be detrimental. to their Interests, to Open a11t;, year.- .a :_ :. J. SoLI.DAVIDSOS. '" ,\1
expected to take fifteen day.As this taming a complete somersault:In.the:i tne shore end;'and work Is to ue"com communicate with him within the next :
region Is ader,the British,protectorate air; land on his wheel on a platform menced 'within six months after the ten days, as I wish to make the fight I I .
It-U'not expected that the expe- fifty feet distant A French woman, acceptance of the bids. It Is estlmati myself and need the co-operation:ofal I. I" r' ,
JlUoa wm meet.witii any JlfflculUei. win do a similar trick seated in an,if.Bank that more than 1.600 tons of strum interested. M, A.' Marshall. 1 BREAD I THE DAILY( METROPOLISThe
The Poke will take with him a num automobile. I ..oral steel and. 254 steel cylinders Danla. Fla. i ;;

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1 I .''" :'Resources ; :<' .' .f I Overdrafts.. . I. . . .J. . ... 6W.09

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,'-loans"anddtscounts .*. .. .-. .. ..?t. . '" $159.85113, City Scrip. ;. 9,97526.

.A- Real..Estate owned. . . . 7" T'tr .. 17,531.91 ,- .. Dade County Bonds :. .: . : ,. ... .. . 25000.00

;. : F.Ifmtture.and fixtures,. ...- . . a 3.115.25.! Other Stock, andjBonds.29O.00
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,' -. Current'expenses. ; "' Banking House'and_ Fixtures . .. : : .'. 12, 00.00 1 _

r ', 1, Gash Account J. ." \:. ,
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'. :c' t1TS.,BondS . ; . .:; ; .:. ...$ 2 .00-. I '
,/Due from Banks.-. .. .. 58,379.50r 'Due From A
Other !Banks. . $80,64550
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Cash*In'Vault. . . ... . ... 39,94229 .
Cashiln Vaults . . . 25.67327'
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;,- -Surplus r..l' e . . . :. .If-' 3500.00. Capital StocfcT. . . . ) . .:. .$ 40.000.00SurPlus

Dividends not called for. ..-. . ;.. .. .. $v. W00Earnings and. P.rbfi's. J . . . . 18,242.31

el accounts.-. .. .:. . . . 11. I,433,1 Dividends Unpaid.20.00, /

', 1 Bills payable ." .-. .. . . .'.S. 25,000.00Cashier's Deposits . . .. . . :. . . 246, 7.7t: ,
checks . .-. . .: -.g. 994.18 a,
; Certified Checks Outstanding. ". . .'. .811.64
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.; .v. |Ij j $282, 81.91 examne'his! statement carefully and compare: itt lib any
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': 'I..1The- State law r4ures that aJ bank shall eep'20"perNenUi'pilts'deposlts protected .by the famous American Banlt, rotedlon Cols.K ectricalBe- '
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':J.t. \ .showing, .or. Is, ,Jn better condition to slave Its depositors. JVe have installed a Savings Department ying.4.per ten on deposits
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