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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 6, 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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I' VOL 3. NO. 102 : .:::; ,I11AMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY' APRIL 6, 1906. Bar- Price 5 Cents'

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Numerous Building Improvements, NoU Way. Show Conclusively That Miami is Enjoying An .Era of (; reatest Pros erity.m .


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', Jt .sonable hour The city attorney'wasInstructed i' TO DEATH COt. SANDERS HONORED ,' :
to aft'an ordinance :1
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ins !such offenses and cover-I Made Judge Advocate United

t Meeting: tart Night. for:Marshal a patrol Hardee wagun,'petitioned reciting good and I ,V' '": I' Son of Veteran. 6y Drainage Gonmisslon:

i sufficient reason why the tame should I, \., CoL James T. Sanders has just re- UntO
Which Was Long Present I Ut'ga.'
be Installed and In operation. The
put SOUTHERN COUNTRIES cehed notification from Hi'' J. McCal-
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WANT OF FOOD
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matter was referred Uo the committee turn major general commanding! the I

I and> Interesting-: to on act.police and char \lea'J'with power! J of Tnlted his appointment Sons of Con'ederate as judge Veterans.advocate lion has Been,

I Chief Hardle. of the, fire department
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L ThroughoutStreet addressed the board with reference ,to Settled
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staff the commander. .
;- .; equlplng the truck with a team of Object of 1.jin American Congress Strikers Demand That They be Along with the order of Appointment
horse and another
supplying paid fcl Is this statement: The major genera .
r.10;.i, I driver for the sald"'apparatus, j The)I No* in Session In theCrescentCityName I \Brought to Speedy Trial orj commanding desires the acUve as
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:: matter was referred tf'l the romnjltteeoo kt: slatance of the staff in the'organlzl I

Car : Franchise Ammended fire and water, they to confer j/with : Will be Released-Many Have Been tlon of new camps In all communities Decision Was lade I dn sdIJnd
'ft'. Chief Hardie and report progress at where no camps ex\8t. and a sufficient '

:' and Several o Streets OrderedImproved the next this meeting.At point the. two ordinances.referred Changed Mississippi, Valley Confined Three Months With be'brought number together of' our for comrades that purpose maj ,' all Tax Collectors" in

Judges' to above were Introduced and Export add Import Association 'out.Charges. and to stimulate the activity of dor- ,
District
Municipal! Have Been
after the proper readings and form mant camps; for on the Sons of Con
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Salary- Was -Increased-Patrol. were The adopted.regular monthly bills were audited .. :!. will federate devolve Veterans the responsibility, in the'near' of future takIng f'f'rainale to Serer Ia From

\ and ordered pale, after which -tMostaw
the work which fathers
up {their
W' Wagon Will- Likely' Be Author? council took a recess until next Wed New Orleati.. April 6At Ue ope* April 6Political prisoners wilt leave them, or perpetuating In his he Regular Tlxa ion-Text

** nesday night, April'11, when the sanitary lug of the second da>'s' session of the who 'are crowding the jail declare tory the true story of the patriotic) '
Ized. ordinance and the matter of taking Mississippi Valley Latin American devotion and heroic achievements 0 'rf the Decision.
'i': action on the budget submitted by they are hungry, and the strikers are ; !
Congress today, the committee'n permanent those who were the actors in a cause
the Board of Public :Works I will receive organization presented Its report demanding that they be brought 10 Immediate ..ucb went down In defeat. bdlsoODor \not I -

attention. I t ff trial or released ," IPARLIAMENTARY 1 I

', Among the most Important I matters KILLED ,The report provides for the organization Many of the prisoners have been faction,of Governor ,.B. Brow-'
FORTY-NINE pefinanent under the CRISIS
of body
; transacted by the city'council at its AND FIFTY INJURED a ID jail three months without being PARSED ar and his Board Dr inage'Cam-
of Valley Export HAS IN' HUNGARY!
name thj 1|Mississippi! :'
: meeting last night was the adoption' of and Import Association to advance confronted with the charges for which I ml stoners, the collection 't the'Spec-,
..I'tw" "'ordinances, one entitled an ordinance Result of Collapse of Stag Hotel at ] education and the Interests affecting they are confined, notwithstanding Vienna April 6- Peace between the Ilal drainage tax impose to .eeure

amending an ordinance, entitled Nagoles. Germany !* trad ff: the territory bounded th* fact that the interior minister has crownand the Hungarians has been fu ds for financing Coy rnor Brow- ....
"Granting the right to !lulld, ownmaln-- by the Alleghanles; Great Lakes, the I'concluded and the parliamentary, cr,.
officially,ordered the local authorities f 'L acheme of drat the Ever
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South Germany. April 6i ,
trol Nagoles. Is Is Premier
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tale and operate a street car or 1 Rocky Mountains and the Southern o\er. Fjeverary, has
ley.-system within the limits of the i The revised list of casualties.., the States through the ports of the South throughout the empire to' confront all resigned and Alexander "'ekerle, has ladu .has been lIuspen ad pending
city of Miami,-and prescribing penal I 1I j collaspe if the Stag Hotel -yesterday and especially" : New Orleans. prisoners with charges .withintwen, 1 1t been appointed premier with a man- :h final settlement of t a Inju'ncUolP +
ties for the violation of the provisions I(show fort '.nlne persons killed and flf- ,Go'eromeliaid will be asked to ,.tour hours after their1 arrest date to form a conciliatory cabinet for suits brought In the 11 Ited State
of.the' same" and the other was Intended tynlne persons killed' and fifty severely, put,the territory mentioned on a footlug It is reported.however; that the po !Huncary. Cf cuit Court, and the t x collectors
; I.2 as a substitute tor the ,former injured. ; with thai, tributary to the Atlantic lice has received instructions to hold i of the five counties In the special
'sanitary ordinance which ,had been She minister, of the Interior has arrived ports as related to the South and Central by an t adminstrative order all prisoners ; ANDREW, CARNEGIE drainage district! have n ':advised '
placed on, Its third reading, but\not to inquire into the disaster and 'American markets. The report against whom-no definite charges 1 PAYS ATLANTA A VISIT I ithlt the State and count taxes may
,adopted. ,Another matter of Importance the" King 'of Wurtenburg has telegraphed I was adopted! could be broughtARBITRATION 1 I bel raid 'Ithout' the pay ent of the ,

was the practical: decision to give sympathy., Atlanta April 6Andrew Carnegie,..tdr lnage tax _
the police department a patrol system v stopped here, for a few tours today lt II a brief summa of the news
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In conformity with the request of Mar- STREAMS OF LAVA ,. OISAST1R THE WAf t" while returning north from Tuskegee thit was flashed over the wires from
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'..hal'Hardee.- } "' FLOWING FROM POMPEII ON 'BAY He was a guest of the trustees of the I Tillahassee'last ,fight' Idlowing a
After the reading and approving of t Carnegie Library, who entertained him meting of the' Board f Drainage

;the pilnutes ,o; 'the previous nesting' .Naples.;. April 6- Streams of lava Informally at luncheon. i; His express mnissioners, says the Tlmea-Cnlon
the;council r proceeded to business' by diffusing great heat are progressingwith I purpose, he said, in visiting! Atlanta, lof rellterday. 'It means, n bieft that
.granting 'ermlsrton"to-J.'H.; Tatum considerable rapidity in the din e- VERY NARROWLY AVERTED was to visit Joel Chandler Harris IC I vernor Bro'll"arJ; hqs vet np his
and associates the'right to' nse Avenue ion,of Pompeii, from the new crater E' (Tncle Reruns Mr Carnegie leaves, ef ort to collect the tIn 011 I II lands
,G'rrom'12th street to the Miami of Vesuvius twenty .feet in circumfer I r' for New York late: today. ingt specifically mention the In-
;river, with a turnout to the old Man- I jupctlona granted, and. t1a the poor
ence.The -
etto company's site, where the power lava has already gone two and I I I Cincinnati, April 6 po\'crnori Paty I mh will 'now be- given n equal opptlrtunity
the Miami Street Railway Is (son brought to Christ xith the Ions
house of was Hospital i
and the show
Intendedas I one-half miles although I Small Anchored in _Channel Barely Escaped Destruction by here is jrhe corpora made" :
'to be located, the same being ers of cinders Jiere have diminished Sloop today thought It not known r action was v
an amendment to the original franchise carrying umbrellas jet whether an operation win be ne 'given the company by ue'city. people are against the falling as as es.I .proteetlon 1 Steam t1Shinnecock-Man Aboard Knocked in Water-Was essary. p test raised by the las move of.the'
: Mayor Sewell reported that he ha4 ;1\'erDor and .hIs advl rs. to force,
appointed,V, J. Flury special ,policeman -!' I i Rescued by Boat From Yacht Sea Urchin. t collection Q the tax on all lands
at the' terminal dock without pays I COUNTY I CHAIRMAN HONTS I nQl mentioned I In the injunctions
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from the city'to take the piace of C.' I g anted by Judge Lock 'aM It'Is
Beidler resigned He further report t"ii r, t furthermore a romplet baclt-Jown
ed that he had appointed L. W. Unv ; ,1 the position assume by support
.1, stead a city policeman, vice J. F, I I I CONVENED AGAINAFTER What candy, near resulting la a bay I truck out for a nearby' )', piling to VISITS KEY WEST or the 'project to'the effect! that a
Coleman resigned. Both appointments, disaster occurred: ycfcrday afternoon !I which he'clung until rescued by a i fIm of the S'ate and county
of 12th i boat from the yacht ,Sea Urchin, lying
foot
were confirmed. about 4:30: 6-clock: off the from the drainage: tax Wall ..cJ -
W. Cj. Fogg and'J..G. Crosland call street whei the steamer Shin necock, close by none the worse for his that could not beak n by the
j ed attention of the.council to the'condition I inbound Iroitf Key West by the bare experience. As soon as the man 1-- b< trd':
of.14th street between Avenues : $t chance Succeeded In not ,ruurlng went into the water life preserver AND is SHOWN ABOUT THE' GOVERNMENT J t a meeting of the B rd'of Drain-
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D and E, where the water stands after i RECESS FROM WEDNESDAY down a smalfunkqowr' slooo, anchored were thrown' him from the steamer ; a e- Commissioners yea rday there

every rain. 'They stated the .cause of I U. W. MARSHALL AND J. directly lather .<<,our,,!' .In the' channel but he had no use for them. send PROPERTY BY NAVY w re present Governor B. Brow-
the same and asked that the necessary P| Capt. Bunce'alsO' prepared to a ,I. Comptroller A. C. room, Tfeas-
Improvements In the street be,made. W.BRADFORDPLACED ON TRIAL The' channel! at this point Is very off a 'boat to effect! his rescue but YARD COMMANDANT-LEFT I ON II er William V. Knott ttorneyGen-
i' The matter'was referred to the Board'I' narrow and in e s'earner with her ?reatbeam seeing one going from Ibe. yacht4nt) TUESDAY FOR PANAMA PER e ai\\ H. Ellis, and ommisalonero4 '
of Public 'Worka. r FOR MAINTAINING A NUISANCE has ib room to spare.: The knowing it could reach him before Agriculture Benjamin McLia .
1 A communication was read from the 1 1I -WITNESSES EXAMINED sloop lay* authored In her course, and he could clear away a rescuing crew, SONAL MENTION According to the advi el from Tallahassee .
Board of Public Work reciting the I several signals were given as she' proceeded on to the! terminal dock: I r the drainage \leltlon was
1 needs of the city in the matter of sewers .: approcahed_the boat to j>e moved, bu' .1 Outside of being partially filled with I I c4refully gone over an the present "
and paving and attaching an estimate -! they were unheeded. It was impossible water and the man receiving a good I stjatus considered. Then the resolu-
of .the budget'for, the en.ulnl'Tear for CapL dunce to maneuvre the fright and thorough (drenching no ,I tlbnwas, offered that the (tax collectors
1 for these matters. the erection' "The county court, which wu adjourned Shlnecock kept to let her drift by damage was done. Metropolis Bureau 'II oi Dade, DeSoto..' St Lncie.Osceola andLee
Jot a public: bnlldlns; Improving the: bl recovt Wednesday to this, the sloop thus making the colllsslon' The Shlnnecock has' experienced a Key West April 5. I counties be advlseij that the
fire department. *te.. the whole sum as light ri ;;possible great deal of trouble' this season by Chairman Shonts? of the Panama the board would consent to a severance -
i asked for being $97.000., '- ,, morning ,met at 10 o'clock. Judge In 1>acklnc"a heavy s@i was kicked small boats blocking ,the channel and Canal Commission, accompanied by of the dralnageauel8ment from
t- :A suggestion was also male D' the A.- E.' H YHf'. presiding' ,'and took np np and seVtral rollers boarded the she had made but few trips either Wl. L. Pepperman A. W. Corley andF. I Slate and county taxes land to defer
i Board of Pnbllel Works that this ram at once the case of'L. W. Marshall 1 sloop partiaJlKajiing her wit1a'water. from or Into port without having to the collection of theispeclal! drainage
be rsl Ie4 ,eitherby,bonding or taD- and J. "'W. Bradford, who, had pee i One man !*boardl>eT"either Jumped blow'aIcnall and wait for crafts to Klggins. arrived in the city Monday tax until the final determination of
It 1 tlon. No action was taken though the Tlously' plead not guIlty to keeping' overboard. t ifr was knocked Into the get out of the way and were the night on the steamer Shlnnecock via' the pending suits This 'resolution

'I matter ..van discussed liberally. and maintaining a nuisance. water ,whe'zthe Shranecock erased habit to be practiced long a catast. Miami was adopted, and the tax coUectors
t A communication was received from The following qnallfiel as JurorsC. by. H. waa' a good swimmer and trophe would Inevitably result The party were to have gone on the n med Instructed'In accordance with
JR.- 8.,Wilson relative to ovtr: assessf F. Downs,1 K.l"owed. Df| F. I tug Massasolt Tuesday morning to Intercept Its provisions. \"
f meat on certain city lots.1'- The commnlcatlott Simmons. D. A.' Smith, H. G.Thoro at Sand Key the company's I This means that at list, afteVbe.'
t was placed on file.T son' and W. C.: Far-. 'The staU In PROPOSED steamer going to Panama, but owingto ing practically to It by the
Th Board of Public Wfarks was IntmcUd traduced u witnesses W. G: "Wyat, the recent storm the steamer was protests of the people) of Florida
j to proceed to lark ewes J.] W. Stranahan, i. W. Bradfordand FOR STRIKE SETTLEMENT delayed. again the course orlglnany.outlined.
.from'Brickell Avenue through 11th J. A. Braddock while the de I They consequently spent the day insight Governor. Broward has [taken, up the
street to Avenue D. thence along Avenu ease had aa witnesses' F. B. Priest[ seeing Captain Beehler commandant -! uniial course, and agree to allow the
D three hundred feet to the Inter M. might J. W. Ke'l"y. M. M. of the naval station showed :I obe' case filed to/ be considered as a
section of 18th street the same to be Simms and W. H. ,Coviajroii. the party over the grounds and buildings t st case though! the cases that have
ot 10 Inch concrete or t Inch terra cotta The case was nnhnlsnei at twelve '# oj: the navy yard, been filed since-tnen 11'1 probably be
pipe.' 3'clock rod a recess wet taken until ( Colambg 0.. April 6John H.winder "almost complete resumption of coa Later Mr. Q. W. Allen took them pjushed to final conclusloo_ '
Municipal: Judge, J. T.. Sanders' 2'p. m., when the. hearing WItS con president of the Ohio opel"1(operations today in the mines of this to the head of the Island to view the rl This means ni( suspension of 'the
communicated,'With, the council relative tinued. ? ators' Association, has wired district Chairman Bobbins of the railroad work, with which they were 'jEverltla.fe Iche 7 tot{ the present
to an Increase of salary as munlo- A special"venlra ot twelve talesmen dfent Roosefelt, and President Mitchell Plttsburg Coal Company, reporting very much interested, Mr, Shonts t least, tho here II. .apparently
were to constitute of the Mlne Workers, from Char that only four mines are idle and one '
said
Mpal Judge reciting,-that the businessof ordered sum.no iei he regarded the building of the :iotblng to' It yernor Brow-
the court was much heavier than the Jury for next week the venire leston. WiiVa,, that the operators of these is shut down for I repairs. He road to Key West an achievement second rd from continuing te work nr bul1dI
returnable at 30 o'clrkMc propose to{settle the coal strike In says that normal conditions will 'prevail only In
had been anticipated and that -the being importance to the Panama I g dredges with the oney already
court duties requiredconsiderable of day morning. the bituminous districts by arbitration by Monday. Canal project : ci hand In the Interna improvement,
his .time and attention. A motion following the'propoaltlon of the The party left Tuesday night on ond. .
prevailed that Judge Sander's salarybe JUDGE PARKHILL GRATEFUL' anthraciteminers;: to the operators DECREASE OF TRAFFIC the steamer Finance folr Panama.
Increased from ISO to $65, per --, r FORCES: MEN OUT Mr John ands han been appointed I l I :'ofr H. S. Morley, da ghterand twt'' r '1 t tous
month. Expresses Appreciation of .Endorse SUB-COMMITTEE, AGAINST deputy supervisor of'registration. ; who'have been I ding the wln-
The city attorney was Instructed me his Candidacy ARBITRATION<< __ SETTLEMENT Boston, April 6- Owing! to decreased The P and O steamer Miami Is+fH' at the home ot Mr. 0" n. Sawin.
draft an ordinance accepting the pres- HtoHHIIMW* Ii';;; ... traffic on account of the coal strikea berthed at the dock waiting to take up i! 11 i 7th street, Left thl mornir" for
*' ent sewerage system of the city as laid Messrs.! iCtterson & Erwin wno New Tqrfc, April 6Pending con' thousand workmen in the shops he Olivette's run between Tampa.Rey heir northern hmp They were so
out by J: glnef'rB ur. were active In ,securing an endorsement sldcratlon-iby the anthracite coal operators :)f the Boston & Albany Railway, were West and Havana. The Olivette will "UlIhteJ with :Miami ad Biscayne
Marshal Hardee reported that thpolice of toe Miami' bar of the canal oOhe\;: Mine Workers' proposition notified today that work !Will be sue ;o on the ways for repairs ; lay that they !tart'd orth In their
made 256 arrests during the dacy, of Hon C. ,B. Parkhlll for SiK yesterday to arbitrate the differences ponded until further notice at Alston, Mr, and Mrs John R. Porter, enter- [inch' "PixIe" and will take the chan-
month of March. Two hnndr'*<,and preme Court judge have' received the workers must makeno Springfield; and Rcniteslali, N. T. ained Hon. Therefore 'P. Shunts, Mr. ol route all far aJi Jack onrtll, where
forty-three convictions were secured: from Mr. Par hll1 the following com'municatlon smoke opeffatora W I.. Pepperman. lion A. W Cooley. I I hi'y. will leave the lawn h for the sumcar. -
IS prisoners' were ,discharged;' 787 expressing his thanks and The : are busy on the propo- DOWIE PROMISES TOPERFORM and !'r. P, W J; lggln Tuseday( Their Intent) Is 10 returprother
days were worked by'prisoner* en the appreciation for the endorsement: s1'lon. Tbd j settlement of the subcommltteejju 1 r MIRACLES at a delightful luncheon. season ,to el1j the faseinalons .
1 streets :and one hundred 'and forty- -Tallahassee. April 5, 1906. distinctly against acceptIng Theodore S. BlrlseytJ and J, CI| Hub- I of our beautlfql"cn, the cli-
four fines werepaid aggregating "Pa teI'lJOn & Erwin Miami.. Fla.; the offer, at least In its present Chicago, April 6EIlja "Prophet" bard have arrived from Connecticuton ate congeniality f Its citizen
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,' $lOse.73,0 I "Tour valued letter ecelved. The shape. i| Dowle, in a private message today the yacht'schooner rotlle They Ir Morley lays n'othl g but a brigl1t
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'f T. H. Preston and twelve other resIdents -, splendid endorsement of my candidacy says that he will return \ to Chicago will leave for a cruise through the u'ure for Miami awaIt It. I
..ti; in the vicinity of Avenue C and endears Judge Jones 'and lawyers toto ALMOSTfCOMPLETE Monday, and he promises to perform keys' and; fish for tarpon.. ,7
; 4th"street.. j>*UUoBrd the-4oeneflabate" : ; I me. and will make Pensacola and Miami 1 RESUMPTION IN PITTSBURG mimes, among which will be the The yachts Novia and Betty, arrived New York April 61- ,CaJ1 money
,J" a8a1A11 madel hy, a part: not seem so far apart. : {bringing of ten million dollars in,gold in port Wednesday from Miami. They ached thlrty-one pe cent on' the
lbrlag.a.trombone.hora.atuuea"V" --. __..Charles ',B., ParkhUt" Pittsbufj April S There was'aa to theFaithful In Zion;*** are en route to CubaJ market ._,. .
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METROPOLIS BUILDING, Hand
"' TELEPHONE 71. OFFICE: : i
Opposite the Court House
02 and 4M Twstfth Stwt Thousands of dollars worth of to be sacrificed order reduce immense
goods In
7 ." FRIDAY, APRIL Ie 1106 ".<. / ; our. ,.

PLANS FOR THE SUMMER.' ( stock. Every one knows our policy, is to carry no goods aver from season to season.


,. 1. and. .tedious summer?confront- the people of Miami- and though Anything will l sell if you will make the price low enough in this sHe we offer ,
1. A tone .
there;the U time'will every' IndlcaUon Become that monotonous the period and will a be drag one to of those great force building by activity bUll:.; at .absurdly low prices the best. class ot goods i Goods of national l. reputation and

unless some line of amusement
conditions to remain at home
nell or specially and other Interesting events are planned and carried out wherein the monotony makers most every one' know to be the best All merchants hate Ito sl 2!!11! goods at

can be broken and 'a .dl1'' of rest and pleasure' indulged and en-

: .:(,sale but in 'order to reduce stock and turn gods into c sh, this has. to be i done
Joyed.Tte Metropolis'would suggest that*the new Board of Trade take up the; ,

matter of summer amusements and pleasures secure cheap and put excursion Into options rates here.plans It.. occasionly. Our stock is larger';Jand' better than ever, and Jin i order to. r< qu stock.
of the State can
hereby: the people '
.Is a> well known fact that,there are thousands in Florida who know of MiamiIn the prices have been LOWER'than} before
name only? who have never visited the lower! east coast, and who haTe.; as quickly as possible MjUCH "
commercially, productively and other i i, \ I
of Its many advantages. :
'nc>>,conception .
doubt but many of them could be interested It they?,
wise, and there Is no ,

""could too Where busy be gotten in there tbe here.winter Is a' will time, there to 'go is.visiting.a way and the as only the way average and time Floridian to get is>:;: Alfred Benjamin and Snellen- 'I, aragoh & Blooms Mens Pants

la the summer but after be baa been gotten lure: j' :
he him should here Is be by en.Ttalned'Excursions.; and the Metropolis believes it is within the pro'v1nce ; berg (Clothingmakes. ;j. II These par.ts. are the absolute' 'best irf the

the .Board o." Trade not only to plan excursions fromimall world ana no tailor, could. give .
.and purposeof I Two of the famous in the U.
most
of amusements, sports; b tier fit (4 95 ,
.. over Florida,'to Miami. but to arrange a program you a or --weares r
jetCy er their pleasure as well as the benefit of the "stay-at-homes." |' S. Every suit guaranteed '; I ,8.00.7..0 and 6 co pant$ f .-*' July Fourth woul4\be an appropriate day for a"big time" In Miami. Tbtt: a's to style, fit or wear. $14.90fane( I. !, l t. '
Board of Trade, oackeJ; \''; and assisted by the citizens could plan and make"U :;.QO. 2000. 18.00 suits. The very thing for business wear: Good
'with the history of the town. For the fast'color: ; and good wearers'' !
:erentjme to be commemorated flannels 1 1 .
e Such.as imported worsted, )' '
'1 -.iai time a' firemen partita asd contest could be had, a military contest; 5 -oo, 4 > and four dollarpants $3.45 .

would prove attractive a cekes of athletic events such as running jumping serges broad cloths 1 etc. .$11:90i I for. . ..\. ... : .1., # : .
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16.00. and fourteen '
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wrestling, boxing, bicycle: tac f. public speaking commendatory and in pralsy.bt I5 : .
attractivewhUot . . . j and oo for
.: our. city and county, and.baseball games would\ all. prove suits for. !i 3. 50 |j pants 2 5
_'.... a magnificent display of fireworks'at' night along with a_ball, would be a These are finely made and very thing Fully two .hundredpatterns, ; f ,.$2.95
< fitting close for such-an occasion. | to select for .. ,
for business wear. Not such jrofn .O; '
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By planning something on the above order,! : and doing it well anti ener* $6 90' '1 : oa.r _
quantity l left. 12 Iii oo '
getlcally.: there* should be no"if bn why :Miami should not prosper and farl a, 50. I Boys pants divided: entire stock
suits for- . . ..
thinllof a .1,
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evth Its What do
differently this summer than before history.. you :
the 1dea,'genttemen ot Miami new ,Board of Trade A-dZ\O; men's suits.; : These into 3. )rice. ;/. 60G, 9pc'a) ahd -$1.20. .

will be sold in order to close $4.90 .
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{ question "Shall 1 advertiser comes to'every merchant at the time I % k -

j when business. Is dull observes. exchange.' |: ,Our stocks: in shoe
biggest o r
,He sometimes satisfies himself with the conclusion that"while business Shoes Shoes depart? ShoesShoes-
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.U dull he can not afford It. When business picks up one merchant will sar ment and we have been known in Miami 1 .
that he has all the business. he needs.and another will say that while bust: __
.. nest la good he will advertise. There U with many merchants a mistaken!<' to carry not only the fargest, stock but the ;

Idea in regard to advertising. A man. who has a business should advertise ShOCS Shoes
:It continually. fj Shoes "Shoes best wearers and BEST fitters in the city.

When business' Is slow, endeavor to liven it np and when it does liven I ",
up endeavor to keep it alive' Some business men say that with theU:' -
particular business they have nothing to advertise. If not then they ougil t j i

"15 fce/p their' names before the public continually ,in a way that .will attract.attention. Walk=Over, Packards, Edwin Clapp Krippcndorf'Ladies

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If yon cant advertise jour goods, advertise jour personality, and if pet" i and Keith'sand Sh es Shoes *
pie\ do notcbuyXour goods because of their merit make them, buy out ot '
I other makes ladies [shoes, excellent
in them before the ,: Kripjiendorf [ an
respect fO"-' ()l1r pluck and ingenuity placing : 2't. d.I n Cl app
assortment to from.
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Advertise T.ith all the money you can! spare.It\I'pays. 'PUblll Walk'Over, Packard's and Keith's and famous, $, .u4, .$5.35 Worth $3,00 and 3.sort. ... ...,$2.45
# I other makes Slices noted a*. t2:95 :S7: shoes :t A frw.; Ladus' High' Shoes.
It .about time to wonder bow Nick ?kea Alice's cooking. ; .?3.50/nd $.tJO sellers to g-p a : I! worn i50and3.00fir.. ,.:"..$1 1 .95
I J: y Clapp shots are noted Big line of ladies white ox

Something,U. surely going to happen to the powder, trust: "Just as 6OOJi'u at Big line.....of...men's..... shoesto'close. .. ..... .. .$1" I 95 r quality for stvle and aid they wearing cost f rds to .45 at...,t2' .95 ..

Congress, ,gets a'""little' bolter." {I : ( tiiore: to malt in the fac All closeatSl.t-l on sale I. ",
any other shoe
., A quarrel er a mule resulted IB two-Geo tai uteri killing each othera r Children. Shoes and in United Skates to-day: and $ to';go 'atip .:
pistol duel The mule in the case did! not lofce.Jus temper.. Oxfords Diamond-brand five dol. '
; Bar bocs to :
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The New York Sun says: "Senator LaPolIette; MS'succeeded In brea! for. . ..",."..$3.95
I \ 95C for $1.00 and f 1.25 shoes, 95C ,
Ing the Ice In the Senate.", We didn't know he.hods done anything to Fatbanks .

: .: 1.25 for $1.40, $f.50 $1.60 slices | ..25I Bg |MK s of .tbec HI all
.... i.n i fty!' tutherftswd ..sa
'The: conference between socialists and mottAi i llionaires, has agam I 145 for $$1.75,4ZOO, $125 shoes | .45 ell wJdtfcs per ,
demonstrated that it ts nearly always the man ulthuj the money that wanlito I "'
divide. '. ;. \ -
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r".The Washington',:Post assumes that.the HepbUJ' bill' Is between 'twodangersione ml Mens Shirts, Trunks 1. and suitcases Me 's' Hats

of b_ smothered byboq.uett.the: other'oisV'lng hit on the he4', John B. Stetson and Knox:

with brl bata. A pitchfork may not be a competent defense against either, .JOO men's fine!! shirts!: ,In as-. I.. 5 and 6 dollar hats'.

.= f sorted patterns'mostly Manhattan : I I' to .closest .. .4.35.
s .King Edward is probably the only man In the world who dares to call '
andJ Royal 1 Palm are 120.00 trunks snd salt cues for $15J6 -
the Gernuu Emperor "My Dear WUltam"and there are not who dire
many worth 2.00 and 2.50 AK c' $18,00 trunks and suit cases for$11.40 Young Bros.- 3.oa and 3.50
.. ;orhave the nerve to Imitate: Herbert Bowen to the extent, of addressingMr. I h
Dear Bill. Closing price . .,... I "T'v ; )$t2.00 trunks ,nd suit cases for $9.60 felt hats at this sale J C C
i.,, 'Taft. ac "My m.j.j )10.00 trunks : nd suit cases for $7.115 for. ... ..; :. : : OJ .1
[... Mlaml'i.Board BIg Line of:Majestic Shirts ,fi- $S 00 trunks i,nd suit cases foi $6.40 .t. .'
Trade has been
1 of .reorganized and, the promise is m I '
All
to close out, A $5.00 trunks and suitcases for $3.95 straw hats al
'that it will do great' things for the'city and commuuliyr It Is hoped ;Be I I '
best of results will be achieved,'but while this body.;IK active It should hot ti at. . ..... . v $3.50 trunks and suit cases for $280 20 peg cent discount

be. a signal-for'the citizen outside the board to witijraw from the field

and cease tys labors toward the upbuilding and maUnJ of a greater :Mlaiiii i;1 Sweet-Orr and Railroad Overalls I worth 75 cents BOYj: s' shirt shirts boys '
In'fact* It should be Just tha opposite. The labors s< the Board of True' j : :. . .60G : : 4
as a body should act as a stimulant to the prlvaid Citizen to increase sWs tcaihstsb'l
s ;
.personal efforts., If he weeks right he can do Ji+ t'as' much good to Ibetown Scriven Elastic-Seam drawers worth seventy-five( 60G

.: :outside the Board of Trade as he could in It. 'A'pull and a pull i cents for . . . :. . . . . to ao at discountQur
er Is.all needed to make :Miami the greatest and bet city in;the I I I Only three of the, above to one customer I y;;
togJ'lh.i' "
'Discussing the Panama Canal the New York' times says: The d I "
imperative dUty of Congress is! the determining whether the b asea.level stock is so large that we rannut in this !space rive prig j:> on all g.|ods. Wy ast tnat.you give us a j
or a lock canal shall be attempted* The testimony of Prof Bair, in '
'call before birring as we guarantee\ to save y1 manv your purchase
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of William Barclay Parsons and of ex-Chief Engineer Wallace has not pnsSej II pries .
-.' unheeded in Washington. There is a good Neal more openness of mind +lh) I CASH and CASH ONLY goe at these ;:!

.;, regard. to the sea-level type of canal. Sejstors and members of the HdVte\! .
..' are beginning to have their. doubts'abonubuilding dams for which no ttick
foundation can be found and, about the ranks of continually passing .blp off
the, largest, type through locks that WC@d .be destroyed) by the accidental Romf h
Impact of even a very slow-moving IhIrt thus putting the canal out of coin- Anthony= Company
mission.for years. Glren-'the! ttme.td the. money a sea-level canal pin I
beyond doubt,bo.built and operated. Expert. of highest.authority art}.>1' The
.., .:'so means agreed Oat as much CU'beJatdof a lock canaL In an nnderUk- J
->- :-tag of this magnitude Congress mat make sure,it is ,right before it ,boa

s,,-nj', -r :'aheaJ.' _This to the.common. sense of .It, but If Congress win not appfote MIAMI., FLORIDA
'.J, ",the'sea-level; 'plan. U should, at least-: accept a plan" by which the' lock canal* .228230'. ; 'TWELFTH.. > ", STREET. : : ,' :- ,
can be .'eventually transferred to sea level--, "tr "
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.Wearing i ]the:: Or your'las.t 'r"p .
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At Burdine & .Ouartfrmaniegirinirig ;K *- ***"I*'-) t Vr y rfri? MiF-j! i 11 T7 .. \: /J ,

; ,. old Derby or F It's Summer'sYz: t .

,1 m' : Soft Hot yet: S1,,-aW at Straw .'

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; Saturday, Ap|il7th"i ', I ', o --' : 'r. I .J i

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and Closing "a tuiday tprill4 You're.. I losing" money in I either case.. You'll' .-.
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buy a. new one sooner!) or l late, .and the : .
sooner you buy the more you'll get out of it '
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We will put on sale some of the biggest values Miami purchasers I We've rl..

have. ever. seen. ;Remember' this (1 is' Easter time ::1 .

and .every" one: wants something new. These goods are Every kind i that' Good '

all d vane styles, nothing shopworn;: or shffddy We invite s ;

YOUR i.inspection and 1': SOLICIT YOjlJR
-LIngerio.Waists. Light Skirts Don't! believe there's such I showing of I-j: '.

: .. Weight choice straws to be found--a 1 new and nobby blo ks.
:1 Everyone who has seen our waisis know Just a few cream mohafr pliated skirts .
,, what'a 'beautiful' and. ('complete.line we lefY.to be sold thisjsale' at 25 per cent" : "!
less than their original value. A swell : I I
'i carry. When, we say II j well fitting,.sheer, pretty'waists, ranging line of white linen| skirts,. both tacked! R.W. .
j 'in price from.. 1.50, to $10.00.nd side pliited rery' full, all sizes! at Rhodes-
'' 25 per cent iscouiit. Few'wool skirts ,
f 1 25 'per cent' ,discount in dark colors!*} efiat HALF PRICE.
Clothier
l' : l ,. ._ 3 I Furnisher, and Shoe "Dealer '

F l'; 'c." '- : //1 HAT'S, Don't forget the Number. 322 Street Miami Florida
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Any hat;in our stocK, at 10 per een, :discount. All] I _I v.::!j

Jt.. prices, from $150 .tQ;$25. Our hate 1 are all new, this j\Wooey\ to 1 LOan on .Hoiiseliflld JflroitDre..

l>; be nla. n& :;?line with 'us this season and we guara-: Without' removing t from the'hous In
.1 lK Y "k "" fcSJ ESJTvayser sums of $5.00 and.u. Can be paid back in
antee to p1 a.senois; time to an Easter hat.. Business
f your, get ; sums off $1.00 a weiek str ctlyCrryrtO
; Us and solicitor will call


i.r.r.- Gloves- CoUa, s Belts} ; IIA SIn ) OFFICE

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doable tipped .silk Fine Lace Collars and 500 its to be sacrificed at:, the telling of meats as well ai In ( j I '
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': and lisle gloves in all,colors cuffs from $1.00 to $6 (00 this The line consists i other things. It's the Quality of our ,
}; ,.white black At sled I i iduckfHirien meats that wins new friends and patrons I MJ! Jl Ya botoudh"
navy grey a Big-Reduction. !
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kid silver the have you
.. silk very day. ( way
and all >shades of pongee Embroidery turnover, \ever tried us on an order for roast I I
Bail
and tan. Bestjrnown! gl.oV'eOn'the hand' made turnovers at and gold. We can match 'j beef? We offer the best Florida and Contractor and er
mrket.. any costume with: pinkblue Western .beef to be.Ijad. I
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25 cent off.
r per : I Bt-iider of the Palm _
Y. Beach dotel
$1.50 gloves ,for $1.10 ., Dig'.lut of/neckwear"to nayyl"green.rgrey" black) "ort I \. B. Doanc Prop.. !! '
$1.00 gloves for.t78c; be_sold 1ialf-price.. Getyoursupplvnowjo white Belts range from I I20c. \ House I Moving a Specialty
:75c gloves for;55c' --'f" ;Jour to S6.00 and.all sold Mi am Florida. ,,
_.: f40c gloves).for 28c summer, vacation- : % ,/ at a. ,iscount of 25 per cent I I .
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f '.- '1 All our.'..fine\..alligator hand, We will :have'on displayat Infants 3 Fine Wear I
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t-' bags and purses and all leather big reductions, handker- Magnolia Qtocery Co.
'er goods. to be closed at big,, chiefs, ,'}hosiery, ribbons and Consisting of long and short
.reductions. ... I parasols..which we had left COMPANY ; F. n. WHA TON. Manager .' .
a. -.1. from the winter season; are dresses e ., skirts, beltS, caps, : J, '.:;. .
: Small'lot, China left to be special values., sacques, and everything for a:
.; closed at,half price.Embroidery. babyjf '.2S. per cent discount; +
I : : .f DreSsGoods mothers' } this will save: you If YouOur Drink Coff Drink, Good Coffee
? **. man 4, stitch .and will-- J cost Medicine
Biff lot of Elite embroideries;;"sell*, % All ,our wool dress- goodswith you .do more than materials

J- ;-. from at.' ..'71.2c.....'.'.fall,:..:.1.2c........... ..,..5t i trimmings'to match at .-, In medicine:be carefulIn 1 Port alias GO fee
.
.One lot of embroideries sells ,.' ,25 per cent discount .I what buy and .
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from 1Sc to 2Oc at: ; u. Beautiful line white goods Under Muslins .
One lot of insertion and edge'.19.I / just the thing for the Easter, where you buy it. It Is j-
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Zc to 35c: nine at. ,that .is generously n' .suit. at 25 per: cent discount Ourgentire. line of ladies,underwear not only important g9 strength aroma. It.
All other:fine embroideries:, 1 Big lot of silks, plain'and to/close in order to you get the best val-: 'resh roasted every week. rhls is our specla brand. We recommend -
.": both white and colors to be on' fancy at a big reduction but also that It., We..couldno.afford'tp: do this I Io. It was not good.
you
maJ Thisis ues
for lots.
sale at ,25'per cent less,than Every one can afford a room new Try It If you have not done,: .. Our tea, spice: extracts, soaps
that *
the goods give you
their original'value: We pride new Easter suit at these prettiest stock of good -get and groc rtes'as a.whole po>sess special meritL and values that
,ourselves .on this line and invite prices; give this departmentyour everput<<: on display in Miami. satisfactory results;we are worth while: values;that are better than"oUters. We want
,your ,,inspection. attention Come r in and' inspect them have a reputation4for your trade. "tie guarantees '.satisfaction or Y9ur.. money .wk
v u. furnishing satisfactoryand Order by phone or come tothe: store and rove tlgatel 1
': Reliable Cood$.
t. -Rem, mb only one week.. Out-of-iow orders Solicited I
'v t ;; .. Comer Avenue D and FblirthjStreet


Burdine; :&, QuartermanvV AND TINE'CANDIES CIGARS.I G.'334 MYiES'Tenth Street II' '' Burkhart AND ww p', .

;. ) : fe- tl-tQ"tu2.* ..o....:*:':t M, ..: : t.;: : 6 9: '-;|iTelephone JA k.t...s BIit 1tri.g '...RqLOCK' 'GUNSMITHw. :
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? TeL'3..Cor..12 St. Ave. D. I Hu WiHORSESHOEING.js..Brt t.ordsr- ,Exiwrt. RepairingAven ..
63 12th Street Miami Florida + I I fi .j
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MM FOUR .- DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY.;APRIL 6, 1906 I, .



'. Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST LINE OF SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches and Jewelry


l| TO Select from in Florida atWHALER'S '


:: .20 c its 3 dozen r JEWELRY' STORE REPAIRING.YOU : "



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r- Cl I BANK BY i Ml.Per I .[[ Town Topics ] [ WELLS Are pre >red& GRAVED to execute '


rs in their

e, convenience of'customers,living I r". .,. n __ MillioerJ
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::.' ; C.' 'of the city, we pay particular Ar'I.Meeting.. this. Afternoon Miss Fenny Nichols arrived dIa- Department

; j. atten, en to ranking by mall. You can A''ibeetlng of the 'o 1cen anj'diree morning from Waterbury. Conn, to i I
.' mall your deposit to us from your own'' tor*(:if the reorganized Miami Boardof make'a*few weeks' visit to Dr. and Designers of the!latest Spring style, 1 at*.
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p'cstofflce, and Immediately upon 'receipt -. Ttade is being held this afternoon Mrs. William S. Gramllng. their in .silk. dark straw and light ;: :
at jjji! office of G. D. Brossler at tb, home on the South Side. Miss Nichols weight materials.
of it a"Savings passbook"t corner o:' 12th street and Avenue DBasler is a charming young'lady-and will I
-'*" will be issued and mailed to you : be very popular with Miami's young o
,
f wants to list-your property society peopl:,who will no doubt.make I Ladies Tailoring Department i
We pay 4jjer; cent per her 'visit here one long to be remem- i

/r annum, compound quarterly : Fia L Smack. Tow Boat bered. i For fctreet. carriage and evening costu nts. -
Tlt .fishing smack Three Sisters, -- 'i waists, tai or gowns and coats

.1 I "'-l I will Start an Account. owl'jI by Messrs. Fogg &. Crossland.leftjfet'esterday Miami Transfer Company offers foi I 'l
afternoon towing two sale CO-road saddle, coach heavy draft 232 Twelfth Street Miami
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... -.: j barges Sable : the Maoetto :
,- to Cape or and farm horses. Harness, carriages = I .
.: ; Company, of this city. new and second handed at bargains.!{ -
,;t .; I Before shipping heroes for the sum '
1 : Frsl' Sale- Four mules and thret mer, we will offer for sale as fine a :
\\,1 Capital $50,000 (horns! at a bargain. Call at once. ,line of horses as ever came to 'the -
Mcljlll. Livery Stables, 15th St and I State of Florida, at reasonable pri
j Avehe D. ,ces. Apply at stable or write to J. M.
r Surplus 'and Profits $11,000 : I Uane). General Manager Miami,

: I Wa-Elected. -'Delegate I'I 1"111.1 Buy YQUII EasrerSuit; .

,Deposits $350,000 i :Ifs j T. T. FIshburae has just'return- Will Have Operation PerformedC.
'. ed 'jrom Cumberland. Md., where he N. Beidler has resigned his posl-j
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weit lto attend the Baltimore Confer lion on the city police force and left i
encf(:i pf the M. F.. Church South. Mr. yesterday for Jacksonville where nej I
The First Nat. Bank 1 Fisn' urne was elected delegate to I will have an operation performed onl I
I! the '$eneral conft'rff'Dce1'hlch mets his arm. Mr. Beidler broke his arm at the Miam Clothing Company
I tin pirminghatu. Ala., on the. first or some time ago and It wag Improperly I

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I I use to him. His position on the force I! 'and' save two dollars
,I' BHissIrt,. \ wants to list. your property 't i has been filled by Mr! Victor J. Flury :
I! j I taking the depot and terminal dock i iI K 'J!.
; t I district for his beat. '
i Wi eave About 15th 1Brossier I t
i' R T14 steamer Shlnnerock. which has These two dollars will secur you an extra pair of trousers a pair
!HplkN j on the run here andKe1Cest I wants to list your property j ji
I"I between ji d of dress shoes or fine felt bat. Below are a '
fa the -
since early season
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I few laic for this week 1
wilfafeave: for New York on or about i i Medicos Met Last Night sp&

I l : : REO lhelZiih inst. The Shnnecock Is a I I The DaJe County Medical .\88o<'la- I II
,: splEai Jld steamer Is specially adapted I toi'held a 'Ion;; and Interesting: meetIng i Smooth weave blue Coarse weave pine .
to jis run and transported.several i i last: night act the office-af Dr. J. | I suits single serge suits regular'' '
serge $
back-acid $9
i' '. thofjiinj passengers forth ,M. Jackson Jr, with ten pillar phy- breasted sack.fcatin price of these .bits
roth the Island City during the past i selans I. Dr.- E. "'., read i.
Hugh
present
0 seasjbh.Fw. an Inrro
;! .: I 'hcnics; that being the prominent top- j 18 ounze black rl v Dark gray flannel
1 ? grapefruit and orange trees see Ic for discussion by the Association.During suits satin lined, suits regular price
I $10
:, : Clrijfihg! Brothers Company. All the session Dr. Jackfon Invited i regular price $14.00 $1,2.00. only a few .

Carries as many passengers; climbs more hills: goes just as 3:3 Iron Twelfth on high street.Latest land.. Miami office the members to adjourn to his homenext : at. .... ..:. .. .. ....' .
fast; uses less gasoline and tire; is safer and more easily door where four courses of refreshments II
f were served. The association 16 uunze black day Light & dark grey
luxurious and comfortable and costs 'I '
controlled
; just as
Books Received while unable to meet at regu- suits. Have never 9 and tan caseimere"suits
$7
sell for double tre-
less than that or
fot'repairs cars ''
many Abionll(-the latest books lar periods, makes as much out of sold for less than in 'single and
ble it* price. :: :: Send for the REO book that tells why the[tidies' Afternoon Club library are'I them as possible each physician contributing [ $11.00 at. ....... .. .... double breasted, $9 at .

.. two&ioples: one "The Wheel of Life" some special notes of Inter 'I ,
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CDon't
by Iaecow, and the other "The Signof est. Q '
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(hi Fox" by Anon, presented by'a I Miss this Opportunity of supplying! yourself .- ;

Miami' Automobile Co. fried of the club who is now stopping To Recover Salvage.R. with seasonable clothes at extraordinary low prices ..
a.t OYmon'd' to whom the club Is most i G. Ross yesterday instituted suit
tul. Should those leaving the' I against the United States in the
,13th Street, near Postoffice cr1 dot care to take north the books ed States' court, to recover }
U 'Urrhased' here, the club will be I claimed to be due him ail enlt-j Miami Clothing: Co
{ have them to add to theirgrog I towing the steamship ''DavlJ" f
library. ledge just north of Cape Florida. The
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-- OSSIER steamer wag loaded .withcoal valuedat 1306 Avenue D i.' Florida
8 1 mean REAL ESTATE. |;),Olldr and cons'-ifd to the United j _
,Slates nav yardnsacola..-Jackujnville -,!
) \ .cold

Are 'You Going to Build? I II I MrI ahn Out Again membered Tl that les.l'u.the. David It ,will, a ute small- j, I

age many friends of Mr. F. 1-.l| the HELD UP FOR AN
belong
steamer u
If you contemplate erecting a residence business block or build Hahti who has been confined to his i Fruit Compan' but loaded witn Alllt'rlc.u\about ], EXAMPLE
ing of any kind it will pay you to give: us a bi:. The artibcial.tolle' root ;|for the past th'ree weeks 1'lth'pol'llng sine thpjisani* .nus of coal went ashore ''I .
which manufacture is WITHOUT A DOUBT SU- ) in one of hlg feet, was OUT i t
we pu a-lumi if t'! Biscay < House of ; almost any earrt lags -or wagon ever :
(PERIOR to ANY OTHER MAKE-IT IS WATERPROOF. \ lie still Is unable improving to walk nicely any j! .U'fuge last, summer, and; was pulled submitted to ou attention will show .jour
) !off of the Rosa which hap- '
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/ Dealers in Portland Cement ho ..'4er, and expects in a few da>sable I Ii pened to be lure at the time. i skill In repairing., No matter ,,.
to to get among his friends I I ---- how much out
Art i an i1! egtn an active canvas :or the'clrrk I NOTICE TO BUILDERS; : may be we, miy be able to put It. '.,
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\ i offi tot of the circuit court, for .
whip_ he Is a candidate before the No'Ice Is hereby given that all contractors I, Into commission' ,once. mors. Cost :;

Office and Stone Yard Foot Ave D. Look for.the turn in tie Wall i primary. and builders must make ap-j; trifling In com Carlson to saving In
1rloJ plication to the office of the Miami I I e .
new purchases.a &
I Water \Yfcrks Co., be ore using water I .
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[ BRASSIER, means REAL ESTATE. j .
s forbuilding purposes.John \ ;
M. McGonlgle, \ J. A DANN 1..j
>frj( Frank Cnshny. of London Eng., Supt. .-,
whcjifias- been spending the past monthor j 423 Eleventh Street. Miami. FU.
I ilk weeks here and fishing eacn ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO .; 1
day,,: rom the launch yacht Semlnple, 'j
An IllusionThiat Carte!Albert Helnkle, was Joined-yeterdp ; .
Optical Fashions Then Being heproduced by
;' by his brother, Mr. John Cush- Wells A. Graves :I
ny,j'tpo came from Mexico where he I -
walMourlng, to enjoy the excellent Miami T
One hundred years ago the Empress -
,' balmy climate. They railffer
flshjng andour, Josephine sef the fashion and todaywe
this month and
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( are reviving the styles as worn by
pobablylater, will the better .
and
spend
; this orl'Je lady and her fo.towlng, andIt '
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part of the time on Ute bay and Comnanv )
Is fashion's decree that we be ruled ;. .
I Il ls jttlbutarles. Today they are In by'a klu; and a queen of'a century r ;1' lW
dulglfcg i reef fishing. ,
past.One 12th'street, Phone .157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone' 110' j

hil4 --1'4' A rlthlnl: you want done, sidewalks, ,.with short hundred fronts years and long ago back Ubatl gar- Garage and Stables -11 street, near Ave. Ej Phone No 100! '

i ) IIlhil t sewerage, landscape gardening, roadsbollt'lands lands with Itltle roses and made gorgeous
: cleaned. See Fred! Rutter, I. with ribbon boas of brightest Horses and 1 f
fy Np h Carriages
1 l 1Ia.' LYac1ji '. :colors, were the fashion. 'Co ors are .
now extravagantly indulged because .\
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Kamoor Damaged Josephine and Napoleon had It so then Automobiles _
11t T11I auxiliary yacfft Kamoor. owned !remembering that the taste of J 8

U f by B. Moor, of New York arrived :.,phine was for vivid colors. se-I for hire bv the hour dav week or month! Automobile stor- es.,):
In Tuesday afternoon from Miami One hundred years ago dresses age. repairs{ and supplies Agents for the famous FORD au- ,
llllE an it now on the Catherine street maailway short-waisted with elbow sleeve8long tomobiles. Freight unlo ded and delivered. Special facilities'
rln :; undergoing repairs, and glove3.1arge buttons and many other j moving-heavy-freight Omnibus nteetsevey train Baggage -
to receive a fresh coat of paint. When rivolitles. all of which we learn from .
transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention.
Il amoor was going out of Biscayne history of the empire period. It Is ; v.}
Ri t !is said she dragged her bull on Indeed a pleasant task reproducing In I .' it
'" I'I j ar, causing it (o be strained. In our' workroom, these quaint old styles '.J!
su .'C adjusters are now making a EO picturesquely! ''beautiful as were .:
I sur' { -o ft he yacht. The Kamoor those of the empire period.
4 't wil&remain! : here some time before We are displaying in the new Easter FOR 1I
pr*:jj ding to' New Vork.-Times-Un- bonnet all these lovely effects. We 1 ::''RgrHer e-Shpeing ;
s what lots of shoes are-Look lright at first tone: | The Kamoor sailed frqm here a have a large stock of Easier hats and I

but assume all sorts of shapes later when year them or ten days ago. bound north. bonnets and! 111make\ special prices ,I AND DISEASED 'HOOFS ', EE. 1 1l
Sb1Ji s a splendid yawl rigged yacht for the Easter trade. Investigate our ;
'* \ 1 ,an( ,' ne of the most substantial and headwear and prices before buying I.. F. LaFontisee 708* 7th St
Not so however with W. L. Douglas 'abl Rs-rafts: of her kind that. visitedthf' elsewhere. Wells & Graves No. 232 l ..,. I

Florsheim, Dorothy,Dodd and Lenox waters last season. .Twelfth street. .r.r.
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OUR. .SPECIALTY LINES Dade Co. : Insurance[ .1

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/'Gents'-Summer Cl and Shoes
ng I Paid! Up Capital $7 5,OOO. Surplus $12.090t '

Jt ter tidies''" Ihfues prejnarea abatractsof *
.and' 5rf GOIl/G..a: S1'a i 13I4ttin.! titllsloapsanbsr'7
3// dh .VI w Eltn ,". A s, ; t}.Ptrita .9 tieL:$ (}.d.. ( 9 C
agent attbrnej-m-fact trustee, assignee execntorf reAddress .
ceiver, or guardian. all communications to: 1;.,
Ci Loan Office P 0 I .
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: 1300 AVENUE D: g|| THE UNDERTAKER: '

RESIDENCE 210 7th STR i I HONE 25 413 12 SrR& .
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Miss H. XI. Brown, proprietress of -. ..rwe.

(( Ioialiks ) the Indian River Hotel at Tltusvlllc '
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''Is now enjoying a few weeks tour of "POP

,the coast and at present spending a
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few days In Miami, the hotel having
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Mr. Goodrich left on the Shlnnecock | Get your luhneyg worth. Ask your closed, for this season. ; .
this morning for a visit to Havana. grocer for BhjJ! I ? Ribbon Lemon or VanI ,
I ilia. Absolutely pure. Goes wise as I BROSSIER means sate ...*.*tm.nAt II everybody's name for VALUE IN BIG Twi

HAND PAINTED Wanted Clean,cotton rags at this afar t| as othe;jvinds and the flavor is I I soft drink. All other sake en our stock Is seenXofma From ecr
oBce. "- I perfection. "Pop' but they S nt all male
the meeting of the Ladles' Aid .Martinet SI(cent tlgat to tb
hli hest priced foods f the, st.esth
Rent.4 Society of the Methodist ChurchSouth
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china Is one of our specialties.W : C. M. Brown, Sr., returned from 'a'' For | Four, room furnished yesterday afternoon Mrs. Rolfs was re's a.! bigger moneys worth hunt:

carry In genuine F..nch.nd i] business trip In Jacksonville' on thIsmornIng's i i J(Dorn.cottage' ,on 2jjtii! street $la. Apply to chosen delegate and Mrs. H. O. Hous "Cascade"GingerAle 1 ca be found any where in the cftZ

& train. ton, alternate, to attend the State
I' Italian ware, cream. and sugar. I convention at GainesvL.e on the Sth IMPORTED Af> D.
See our assortment of late sheet For Sal i.eat.. box aa. flxtures.-In II:of next month. I
j' 'Dread and butter plats, fancy music. Smith's. use four ml>Utbs. Far below cost ,I' I DOMESTIC. CIGARS

plates! and vases In assorted size W., ) Hara etn. 112. .Avenue. D. Umbrellas repaired and recovered. I
"'.W.Hendrlcksonmarshal of West \Vjliiara I I Leave at Racket Store. I singly, by the box, or by' he tho ** 4
Palm Beach came down this morning Messrs. and Charles Erick-j of superior quality and In perfect I We carry a largsassortment ell went upiiib Fort Lauderdale this! !
business. ditlon at small prices All our dear,
of I I'i..t I I oit morning to kook! after their: property 'I The City Loan Office has Just recelv- We are tn. exclusive battlers ar kept so that none of their fnu
t \ .ed fit thousand dollar lot of meu'i of "Cascade" In this territory.There" .
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Interests at ghat place and on New i I a e : raice is lost.
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.I Picture frames mace to order. The I lot of ales<
River. M suits and shoes, dresses j: are a gln..re .
I Racket Store. .Ea \' on consignment there is no1 I but none to compare with ,

Soflftnir\ Spoons 1 I A complet .assortment of f ready 'to'j[I II room for them ands be sold at a "Cascade."' Be sure you tt"Cascade" -I II I .. ""

S.O. FItts was a passenger' on,the I wear hats fof-ladies. Misses and childrcn. :!jtery: low price in to get them and no substitute i ,
t % early train for Fort Lauderdale, where All stjveF. shapes and prices. out of stock. By calling; there, a per. I I .
AT'THE RIGHT PRICES I he goes' on political business. Empire Decapods Store 327 12th St., ;1':son can save In purchasing. from 40 toper Mall orders. given special attention HAYES .
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j :Miami.! p I-U:; cent. .

1 BROSSIER will collect your rents --' .i,I
I WorksMIAMI
Mrs. Leola Tatum, who has hail AcmeBottling
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Ralph Rade'jr who has been confined i ito
Frank his fUtls, j' charge of the Rutherford House this The Cigar n
Mr. Strana jan. of Fort Lauderdale : room week, was reporter
MAYNARD&SONJEWELERS was a business visitor in the slightly! improved. today, though not'I winter, has withdrawn her Interest, FLORIDA
but will remain there until the first of
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city today. pet strong ettougb to be at his post
as mail carne 'I I May In order to rest before opening Sixth Street West of the Ice Factory O POSITS HOTEL 31SCAYHB

and OPTICIANSNext { i I a hoarding house at the Fogg rest
Fresh venison in stock daily at the BROSSIEitMearn ..f. tn... tmeiiU dence on 14th street. Mrs. Tatum has
U FtotBc Miami. PIerMiami de. Miami Market 131? and 1319 AvenueD. made a success of this work and Is
Ms well liked wherever she undertakes It T..E Miami Decorating CompanyW.
Mr. and .- Charles B. Cory, of ,
Master Walter Wells spent yesterday Palm Beach, f ere arrivals In the city .
this W. were complaining TO a contractor E. CAftOVA. PROPRIETOR;
at Cocoanut Grove and, IJttleJUnr. morning Mr. Cory expects to,,
., enjoy few days fishing before returnIng the other day about the cheap I
". Noru.fehooner. class of houses that are going up and J
Skating
I HMM ;siIlthatiiag'I
asked him how It wa that almost ,
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BROMICR will collect yew rant*. Yacht I every Job that has been let In MiamiIn !
Iris For Sale The I .
roomiest and, best tae jut OTM years fad been IK
light draft cruising,' Pa
Rink Miss Eua Rolf and Miss Edith JndJ schooner in Florida. 25 hp. engine,:!I at a loss or so near a loss that the
were among a small party bound for brand new silks. Address J. K. 'contractor i would have done better to
Cuban shores on the mornings boat. Clarke Miami; Fla. i I have been a Journeyman on,the job. I { ,
10Mo I He said the trouble was with the Paper Hanging Kalsomlnlng
Open S t for'beglner. i i
Open 2:t* S p. m.. Beautiful line of ladles trimmed hats It Is report a that Dr. Martens will j "other fellow." "He figures so low I Agency Peat's Wall Papers. i l' ,
that there la in It for
no money UJ'I
for Easter ready. Come and I
Open 7 to 11 p. mTuesdsy now see close up her j factse In Miami and vicinity "
them. Empire Dry Goods Store, I Ir body.I We asked the "other fellow Call
afternoon reserv for ladle 12th street. Miami. .. 327 r and mote to Canada this year. i and he Kid the same thing. There !I. I or write for Estimates. Phone 181. 13 D

Saturday forenoon reserved children -- This move will be regretted by her some thing wrong oln.! the contractors '.- .
COMPETENT. RUCTORS friends and pajrons in Dado county. i i'I j i are not entirely to blame. '
Rev. E. V. Blackman was a passenger -_
Admission 10 cents kiting 25 cents going to Nassau yesterday afternoon I! One man who has a pet theory said
For
I Rent-f\two' desirable cottages :lit was the carpenter He said "Look
6th St. West of Ice Rectory, UpstairsEDJOFF on the steamer Miami. The :
on 9th streettt B. One furnished j Iat that man working lie saws a few
I trip is being made on business. "' five robins; one unfurnished, !'strokes then stops and rests.: And at

seven rooms !sjad bath East front Apply .that other f flow; he pushes the plane I Like :
Wanted- Clean' cotton rags at this at cottage.. i la few stroi i-s. then stops and sbarp- Finding i
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office.
TS :: II I II I em the bit; nny thing to kill time." J
Mr. George i Currie went down to'I' That set me thinking; and I took ,
For Sale Fine horse, six years J!I the HomesteaStjrountry pt on this morn tlne to watch them. An1 I found that -

old 'good unJer saddle or in harness. I lug's train t2- ook afler some legal it was a fact, one did top and sharpen I
Lunch Cost/too mncn to ship north. WriteT. business, and ;fay be Induced to talk I the plane and the other did stoj. Mot\ey\ .
Dairy 'T. Flshburne, Miami '
iI i I a little P01tllhl1e there also and It did lo">k like he was resting ->
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But the fact was he was putting kerosene :
BROSSIER means Safe Invtstments I)I The Art Stoke Construction Company on the saw go it would not stick" ; .

Everything, new, including have ju tj received another c&r.t I found' that the can of kerosene was ,
J. W. Clee and family have returned load of Portlan4 Cement If you are one of the most necessary tools, anj i .
the building making the from a Nassau trip and spent a few using cement yi will pay yon to Jet I a plane must be sharpened every little I
days in this city leaving this morning our, price. ffl bile. This pine is !so full of main .
for Canada, their home. that the tools get sticky and will .. r
cleanest and neatest I
[din- Wanted About ten acres partly not work unless kerosene is used. I
To Rent'- Newly rurnlshed house i talked with a. carpenter that came }
planted with tItus' fruits in
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leg room' I in, the city: on Thirteenth street,near Royal Palm Miami, in exchange for first class from the North a short time ago and

Park. Apply or address. House Metropolis New York suburban property, might he said a man could do' about one- r -- ,
office. add cash. Address thlrdas much work in a day with this
: AN IDEAL, PLACE I' I[West 22nd StrMt.; New D.York.T. Bass, 54 wood .s can be done with white pine. 2 Lots 14th Street

TOR.LADIES I Miss Jennie M. Landls will leave f One used to the other pine will work on "
::' I Miami Tuesday for her home at Reading I Martins Shooting' harder here and not accomplish nearly t
Pa, Mr. and Mrs. Landls to follow I Gallery Avenue D. so much In a jay. I ,,;,
Not. Connected,with, a saloon a week or.so,later. 'I near 11th streit Is offering a foodSteven's The carpenter is not to blame; he .1 I' 1i
:... -, I' revolver for the highest SCOTS.is doing the best he can? Who Is .j,
this week. 1 .
the
Gk t in contest boys.
rf, I SUMMER COTTAGE I to blame. Maybe yon are. If yon are .
Buttermilk eV I A nicely furnished five room cottage {fo" "" looking for a gold brick you can find :

5c'a glass. ',19htYre] at Lithla Springs (Anstell), Georgia; to Miss leave Ethel Miami weatherly, ext is arranging It. If yon want a $5,000 house for between D :
$ Tuesday and It li anahovelty
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freshments served 'during for i;rent:for the'lummer at $25 a that she $3,000 you should not be disappointed ,
reported will join the Gagnon-
.' If It Is only worth $1000 when
month.. H. Tatum ft: Co. you
'I. all hours. Pollock Company, at nome point in get It. Why not use the same, good !
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*; i. business Judgment here as when yon
] 3rd door east of Avenue D on 13th ,THE RACKET 'STOREIs hit as an amateur, and wilt probably built your other home: Examine the I

[ttrect. Prout Building. Mai& 'a." go on,the stagkpermanently.,,'.!] conditions and build Intelligently and 1 1I I
1 MSPECIAL when you come to the locks aid other
h__ BARGAIN hardware for the doors and windowsput
THLPUCESTANDARD Two lots on SOjh street not far from on something that the salt air will Works .onlv
Avenue D forfmlile at a bargain. J. not rust before one season Is past. ,

ee our assortment H. .:Tatum & gtj. ,Pay a little more money std put on aPennine ,
I bronze-.that will remain the

of the latest ANNOUNCEMENT> ,same as long as the door lasts.
We have the finest line of bronze ,
Sewing MachinesWe I have Installed a first class; ice hardware ever brought to Miami the -
cream plant add am prepared to tart largest assortment, and the bet I designs $1500 .
nlsh on short notice any quantity anJ in the South. Come in and let ach
any flavor of;|'cream, sherbet anJ us show yon what we have. There 1 IR
frappe and sollt;;}]! party and family no Job too big for us to figure on and

7Sheet Are AgentsIf trade especlsll l; I have also opened you will be surprised at the extent of "

an Ice cream :p rlor., where the best our stock We will furnish "Good ..
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7 and purest creajns and ices will be' goods affair Prices.
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served and I inlrlte the patronage! of MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY -
MUSICh you are going to pay out your the public *4 John Seyfcold. "wet l Want Your Money ',:, ,' : 1
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get the best Other *
makes are good
hue we claim for the STANDARD all Conservatory of Music
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!h, the the additional,good best qualities machine ones. If of made you others, really call and on many want ns Mia'mll1 US'TwELFTH STREET' F. (C j Brassier & Son ;


or let. ns call ou'you.,, and we will : FRANKLIN COLEMEN BUSH DIRECTOR I :

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SMITHSBOOKSTOM A.WE -! meD Jano'ptpe. Orpza"Vol'tou..; ICaJoIta. eloeeVoe I ,
SELL EVER VTHINOtnil'AND ---- .' '
SELL IT CHEAPER-' Physical1 Cultare tMe&Oetmsa'iadBnnlafLHara; 'oay awe '.. > -1200" : D M" < ; .
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HistofJ} -"of Mnsicrlateeil. Bo j row's Kindergarten and :J !..., t sar / ; vii ..-* ., f \if y.#' 't f
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9 Amusing Story Vouched For. In
t Fishing Trip Without B ln Diplomatic Circles

; : Biggest Shoe Sale

Enough Tackle Bftlinjstirtl| GAn amusing little (
//a 'Q' \\ o Is touched) for by good!
J Iau orlt p s circulating in diplomatic '
SOME, FISHERMEN CATCH MORE +I.circle* l'; this ell}'. i i iio Ever Held in this 1 ,
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ArN> .fi ; the story an honorary !i City
FISH LARGER. FISH AND MORE Consul l-t JBjtrral of one of the Balkan i I
States hi reached the height of his i{
VARIETIES of FISH than OTHERS annlltf: t in whose interest I'
e so\ereljn This Week:
r BECAUSE THEY CO PREPAREDFOR h''%cteh, had .conferred a mag :i inifiq '
<'nt 'HtfrJernon him. As the rt- : ,
ALL EMERGENCIES ruler litjJiiifstlon\K however In a
> chronic Jajate of Impecnnlosity. It la '
g nerallt; l.rr 10 thos he desIgns to
Miami Store honor t8!,procure the chly'jewelledsetting's
Sportii Goods
i the order at t elr own ex. BURDiNE. s ;
pence, al$ the representative to whom
} I the Btofj refers, having \lack of .
funds J
80S 12th STREET
visit
1 pgtbe consuls city the ahgust
J so\erelnt who, by the way. is a n.
( CARRY A FULL ASSORTMENT OF noiR!'ue ;.if precious stones, fractions! We had a great shoe business this season and of course had: .
THE BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED e.xdalmisij!I:: .
1 MADE TO CATCH AND HOLD ".My dfciir Mr =! Your valuable services a lot of fine shoes in broken sizes left which we will put' 'pn the
have not been '
sufficiently rewarded
; A. Big Fish class ot'jhe f You order..shall Allow have me a to higher rec Counter at; greatly reduced prices. Thl is your chalice to fit

tlfy tneTjnI the:lif Ralkanic tal.e this ruler Instant"unclasped Whereupon the- u \the entire family and save from: 25 to 5( percent on each pair

,Southern Marble & Stone Co. real diamond star coolly! .put into his :
pockrtj'ajid} replaced It by another oneaJornejJJ t's Fine Shoes I Oxfordsand
--4 &:HOC AN STREET,JACKSONVILLE *: with imitation stones. The Ladies
Headauarter.for. conulWIas now had.a duplicate of
his nefDr!!| wJh 5.00 6.00 cuts, all-styles
Marble
Stone and
etc. .
Building
the IniltBtlon
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stones wears when BalsJ
the sof rell1n.'ho; bestowed the order and leathers\while they $4 40 J. .

MOSAIC AND/ TILE WORKFOR with u aoiistt&hn him."comes to honor him last. .. . .: ..: . 500 pair of the finest $2.$1o :and 3.00't

FLOORS. :'BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC. i!JSUNDAY tI- I t All 3.50 and 4.oo\ including Nelson's shoesev< r shown in Miamiin. all

MOMMSU, General Cemetery Work etc. BASEBALL famous custom fit line f O QA leathers j snappy styles j f I 90

Larpe w.rte UMSMIM FactlitiM Iioa Fraclay. Prompt Serrlc 'F| FOR THE U.S. NAVY go at . . \. .V"**'*' wear guaranteed, sizes 2 to S P 3.
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People' Massachusetts Town Protest A great broken line 0 en's oxfords A large I line of broken sizes in ladies''

RIT'XYBROTHERS: nalnat it Being Played. I and high cuts, former price 2.50. 3 oo oxfords and slippers. A gr at' shoe for

and a few 3.50 shoes. All \CI I 90 dress or house wear, form tf

\Vastungton. April 6Rear Admiral on the counter at. .: .. . i 2.00at. .. .' I I.45
price 1.5.1.75.
Elanshas,; asked the Navy Depart. ; :
Machine Shop ment wgive his opinion of the peti
tion 'iifcehert from the citizens of 75 pair of fine suede Gi )son ties.in
ProvIi etown. Mass, protesting Boys Dress Shoes black white
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Agents for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene .agalnKtlbaseball' playing on Sunday at champagneJablue
that place} while the ships of the Atlant4fjeet School 1 Shoes and. Work Shoes brown (rood. value at 3.09- I
and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY | are there for the summer during K le. . . M,. .$1.90.,
General Repair. Work exerc| es. The Navy Department 2 50 and 3 oo' values, all_ ?
M.80. I
will J t be drawn Into any confro- 30 pair ladies'white canvas Gibson
508 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI. FLORID leathers;.welt sole I . :
1 vets}'twlth citizens who find fault with oxfords values I '
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1.50 I
the basellatl sfcjrMce.playing bj enlisted. men of snap at . ... . .. ..$3.0L''

l &urrySons. Re#;; Admiral Evans will probably Silipulian Soft Soles
Wm. com !inlcate- his views to the Navy .
Deparjjnent( in terse and vigorous lan-
Key!II West.'FloridaHEADOUARTBRS guagit of which he Is capable, per About 50 pair of the. famous Silipulian Misses r andChildrcns95c
sonalty' and officially: and it Is expect -
FORt soft sole infant shoe all colors and all 1 a
that he will suggest
as a remedy -
I : Kid a relief of the objecting resIdentyrthat styles: o to 4 sizes, standard 48 Oxfords and bals alPsizeslvalues ", .

Ship Chandlery, Building the ships of his command price. 750 now. . ... . (j 1.25 anc tO at. : .. .
perform their summer evolutions at'a .
1 Mate als't Of All Kinds. placegnhere; they will be more welcomeftnd -

Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways,;Machine Shop t+o"fjl'> !' restrictions/ where upon there the administration will be fewer W. M. Bwrdine 316-318 Twelfth Stir? J

All kinds ot repairing., Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done \t'.e of tWs:hat enlisted Sunday personnel baseball playing It Is will certain \ .' .....1.
notice, in the best possible manner br expert skilled \ --
hottest .m.h.1 not |$ prohibited In the nary.Tbe I --- --- --
are very good reasons why} It '
); ouifl be permitted I
as a diversion of
the Qen whd have their routine ifork Mark's & :
Oyster Chop Houses
'Meyers &: Robinson, to pj|form on other da}a. It Is/considered -
that a pastime of this soft on
Sunday.at a time and a place vhlch} > Food Our Specialty i
,Cont acting tectrlciansiOJ9 do J not Interfere with the reli iousobservances ,
of the day Is an Important I Oysters"bj'pUte l quart or pa.l "
rnri )button to individual
Ave. D Miami, Flotr Nortjn, In the service believes contentment for a I I Meals served at all hours. 410 12th. Street,'Mishni. Flond
| mont that"there will be any change I --
1n ,this policy Lake City tin 6500 population)* Ill Unexcelled health, only z4 &tM
I __ _'L feet above the sea.has pore yean to an '

See Dr.Burnham for Me i.t I I artesian 4000.

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., The Miami Surgeon and SpecialistIf I
and I'll
Wire For You
I Lake//dig, Floridr
you are a sufferer from any Chronic Disease, Ulcers Tumors, Canters mi I I
or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of,Head Throat Phone 176 GO miles welt of .1acuoum. f'II the Se board R&l1I' y., Offers rOIl w .
..Lungs Stomach or Bowels, Dvapepsia,Indigeli 'on, Rectal I ,; port nity to linger a little Joker !"fore going n ,rth. Comtortabl.W
'biseasea, Female Phases t. homelike, modern. In aU its appointments. Hot ani I cold bath, eIMtrIe '
: C. H. lights, and bell Rates 1200 .10 .s.oO per day Tr&h,a from .Jacboa11De
BROWNS .t
All Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopathic Medicines( leaves ':05 L m, and l p. m, 11:10.a m. and.':II p. m.
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CONTRACTOR Write D. E. Itaton. or' with out notice. I
and stock of Specially prepared remedies for Special RotLadies i cor
a large
1113 Avenue C

Maid Always jo Attendance' The rnah U pees and wfcO TM haw D. E. WHETSTONE, ProprietorThe

the time, drop la and tab a leek at
Upstair. in Metropolis Building., From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.: Sun. excepted iR. L. Mercer our fin. tine of WooIDoa't far-
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w: BlODRjMJIO IS l lU_TROUBLEI I CAN FIX IT I ,', j Groceries 207 Avewe Provisions D JOHN SEWILL A,BKOHeaJquartw 1 [ \ *. &- ..

for smart'TaDortafISI Atlantic Beach, FITida

.... Tire Troubles are Cured o r and Vegetables TnUth, BtTMtBlMBJM Block .
a new'ones Sold. Can for hire f { N,..II Eo BEMIS ? Uttuger .
Fresh and canned meats, but I
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{ fer, eggs and cheese, tin ware Merritt & KolbREAL I Opened March ir06I
L = C R. Zacbarias tobacco Our ,
cigars etc. prices Through parlor car Palm Beach to At title Beach, train'74
'A Daniel Block Miami. :: are in line with all compe-
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MIAMI FLORIDAA .

[ Money TO Loan A 3 aer*.bay front In Cocoanut .The Continental is the-latest add tion to the famoi

f Lofton & .EiniI Grove, good house, well st In bearing Florida" East Coast Hitel System _
trees riparian rights. A bargain. I
) Bicycle chairs ponies for the child: .n, golf links tennis
I 3 Lot on 14th street between Avenue -
0. court. bowling alleys, ,billiards and poo ball room for danc-

Machine Shop I. C and ing automobiles service, surf I thing, fishing, deep
". '. F On Short or Long Time Lot on 8th street between Avenue and fresh water livery
C and B, '1100. S years. terms.
Across The River. I f 'Easy
Payments
; House and lot on 10th street between
'" I T Avenue B and bay $2780. Ut Investigate Before Investing

i Will repair your engine on short notice. I,. us show you this. I
::< 10 aces bay front $3000 *hapt
Expert Gas Engine Men. We fyF couth .f LMMII City. TFind| Power
:, ; carry Dade Go Security .Go.
yF : : 29 aors* hammock. and Imok land Has been adopted tj the best people |>f the country as the
; dynamos! coils! plugs, batteries, wire, M grapefruit frill, ItoMt In sweh cheapest power forraisinjr| water. Note the people who hare '

switches R" THOS. W. Dad, 11 year .... 100 yw.fd -.... them they could hare steam fa and hqt air too if they wanted -
screws, MATHERMIAMI. ... IM M. and keanUfiounty ....... w it I handle the,best mill made and make a specialty ot thia '

r .. FLORIDA : risk ,.... .... YesEMM .rrssl/ business and with my I will pump mechanism to that doable I hare just been .
Msshartlssl sN granted a patent oa. guarantee the capacity, ;
HyrwnaT'.flk M ,.*. th* vtaM at wf *... nine and life of any wind null ootfit. infrinfemeata wfll

a {0 nid I .. ,.laid' t.nn,. tuk. O. M.aerw M Um i'City reel. 10 be prosecute 1H ; ,
Lofton & E *.u. Mack. .ftvcat eaflaoa;ar., '.cTiiili4n4 -.a ...... ........ "- .... .... ,

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MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY: APRIL 8,1\06>

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CELEBRATE, ANNIVERSARY- l I
OF,BATTLE.OF SHILOH

Survivors.of Battle t.Meeting-In Pueblo Acetylene i Gas
Best
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olicyperson '
Honesty If \
I Colorado. Today/"\, ,i iPueblo. /
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..Col., April C- Today being ,
the forty fourth anniversary of the '
Th.
coming light for dwellings,'stor**, hotels. Better than
Battle of Shllobthe, eler
survivors of that
trlclty and as cheap a. oiL No .
lamps to.cl.an..
battle living in this No danger eea. '
city and
vlnclnlty
aleslon.. NO
I will bold memorial EXTRA INSURANCE. :: :: ALWAVB w READY ;
a celebration and t .r
E reunion this evening I
/ : The organization. the Survivors Eagle AUTOMATIC Generators
-who desire to see f ft of th.e Battle of Shiloh 'was affected ,
very last summer at the National Encamp. are unequaled Over 2 ,OOO .w'n Sold .ndar a. .. ;
ment of the G. A. R. in Denver and GUARANTEE. No COM U yw IF YOU AM! NOT t'TI XfWINDMILL > '
:Major Hooper was chosen the first national '
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TOWER*. TAMKS AND
PUMPING KMINM
t ; commander. Since that time
a great deal ot Interest has been
taken in the organization and the organization Thos. W. Mather } Box 566 MiamiYoungs'
of a ,ladles' auxiliary is .r j
rtheir; -+ .loney invested to best seriously thought of. ,
On ,
Sunday morning April 6 forty. t .
four years ago, the Confederates under
.L.H' : 'r. iI command of Gen. Albert Sidney PhannacyINCOXPOKATKD

; Johnston attacked Grant's' army. The
'jj -z first day's contest resulted most favorably '
r -L! ,',P' : \ for the Confederates, and thereIs : .
every reason to believe that it ,
should hase sdl of i would have ended in a complete vic .
advantage
tory had not General Johnston been A Drug Store for The People
} killed at {he most critical moment dur ( ,
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-- ing the battle: Gen. Beauregard.who .
I succeeded to the command, called That's t
our motto, 'and it has been the
I .i off the battle too soon, and the means of'adding. hun
i I next day Grant's forces reinforced -f dreds of new customers to our list. We sell only the'purest '
Buell's army of '23,000 men, regained drugs. All prescriptions ire filled
by registered> phanna. ",
Goods'n'a .
their Easter store I edback their lost the positions army of and Beauregardwhichafter slowly press- ..cists. We also carry the fines sodas. and ice cream. in the city >.. :

two days of hard fighting fell <
back to Corinth. 2 Doors Noah of PostofficeWj .
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I ,. ,I'' A Lively Tussle E. j
Youngk
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with that old of
enemy tae race Constipation
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,J )- if.! Reasonaie .. often ends in .appendicitis.To ,
wher''rices the most l lF : avoid all serious trouble with stomach 1 I CANT: BE BEATIn
are liver and Bowels, take Dr. King's I
1- New Life Pills. They perfectly. regu spring time the 1Iou-U. Joa J
< late these organs without pain -or her spring cleaning the farmer dos \
discomfort 25c at all druggists his spring planting and each ' rw/ t their beBt.It'. BO with us. We Dnw J
CASTOR ELECTROCUTED attempt a,
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Murderer of Detective Higgins Pay. I. \ "3
This is conceded to be the Pire Death, Penalty Today j' without Intention of j doing work thatcan't
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-- N be beat" There' plenty! tf
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Columbus 0.. April.C- Fred Castor, I i if ,' spring plumbing to be done and thai1
I alias Frank Connors v.ho'aa: sentenced \I .:' '.:. why we ask foe your business Get
I to death for the murder of Detective .,. ...,....:;":..;..' :.,..:... oar good work. Prices no higher Uiaavothers. J
Higgins ot'the E1V. Pa, police : .:.:..,::.....'.... :.. .' | ,
F DRY GOODS STORE I force,to was expiate executed.his today crime.by elec'rocutlon : :::':::;.:'.::::1:::::.:..:.::. :' .' .. ::',::.....-- J H. .r.. SCRUGGS D A "_.". ,j!
fit. AVWIIM i
I t Castor pleaded guilty to another I .. -:
,murder that of officer Dan Dai Is. Castor '

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shot and killed Davis lII'hen'the 'i
327 Twelfth Street. Miami I latter with several other officf'rl.sQr.I
i?? prised him and accomplices while i
Where there is at all times a large and comprehensive line of the,newel "&nd l latest styles in re I they were burglarizing the residence
liable"dry goods and notions. Our,CASH SALE SYSTEM enables us to offer good. far below their o', Horace Chapman in this city on Land .
.actual value for the reason it is a well known fact that in many stores good customers are overcharged June 7. of last year. The condemned Fort Dallas Corn auy
to-male up for LOSSES on BAD DEBTS incured through a CREDIT SYSTEM. man 1formerly of. Flint. Mich.,
Usually ONE DOLLAR invested in our store will go practically as far as TWO DOLLARS where his parents, said to.be respectable .: ..
,pent elsewhere. In order,to have this clearly demonstrated! : people, still live. ,
Castor asked for a new trial but the

COME:: AND SEE' US! short fectly motion time cool was ago and denied.,,wben firm He'to the remained the remark last was pep A' Has ol its Lists _

r made that therewas a strong agitation
for In' favor abolishing the death
Note our special sale penalty In this.State. Castor expressed
himself strongly opposed to sucha '
course. '"1-am against the'abolition some particularly attractive !
of capital .punishment," he said, "al par-.
March though death is staring me in the both residence nd business :
Monday 99 1P06 face. The aboUtion of the death penalty
would lead io a terrible state of ,poses. An investment in Miami.rt al l
affairs in Ohio"A
: '. I estate i.s safe; sure of quick retu ns.

,- Easter Offerings Scientific Wonder I "
The cures, that stand to its credit I
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makes Bucklen's Xrnlca alve a scientific t

." Ladies' e. 15c va'ues at...*.. ......:.. .,9c Men's Panama hats 120.00 value ....$J3. .
.. .. .... lecturer for it- Patrons of Husbandry.
Chi1dr nhose, 15cvalve at. 9c Men's Panama hats. r tat 00 value .... 990 ,
Ladiea vest, 15c'value.,3 for... ... ...... .25c Men Panama( hats ?1$!00 value. . 7 90Men's Waynesboro of Ulcers 1'n,' of distressing case Ant Fort Dallas Land Vlce-Prestden Fort Dallas .
Huck towels, 12>; /value ..... .. ....... ... .ScTnrkUh Panama hats |lp 00 value. .., .. 6 90 piles salt rheum. ruts woundsebllblalnand 25c ft all j
Towel /50c value.... . .. ...15c Men's Panama hat. ';$\ 00 value. .r. 590 gists. Only drug r .Coripany; Miami Florida. Land Co., St AuQtlsting.
Men's odd panti. $6.00 value at. .. ...54.50 Men's straw hats $3.fl,value.:. .. 2 89 t -v i
-MctCaodd panCs, $3 00 value at .... .. ...$3 99 Men's straw hats, 3 0*value .. .....-239 t. .
MenVcBjTTants, $4 00 value at._....... Si 99 Men's straw hats 2 54'value! .... .....:. 199 We are Now Ready to burnish "
Men's Men's oc d pants $2 00 value at..........$1 59 Men's straw hats 1 5$value... .... 119 Tribune Snell Y Ownersto
Men's. Men's felfhats. SOOtalue.... .. ... 239
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Men's o d. coats, 10 00 value at 590 I II
Men's' telt hats, 25*>>ilne. ...... .... 199 and other
Men'so. d coats, 800 value at.... .... 4 90 Men's felt hats, 2 oo ttlue. ... .. ....'" 100
Men's ofld coats, ,8 00 value, at...:..'.... 390 Men's felt hats. 1 SOSilue............. 89, makes of Bicycles you don't wan to SAVEMOXEYJ= _j

Large lot men's odd vests from $1.50to$2.00valvechoice.! .....'.......... $ ..................75c' we can't help you. If you do, lome. o

r, Large lot men's colored dress shirts slightly soiled, $L50value.......... ;;u ...... .............'75c
..te! Large'lot ladies'white underskirts, slightly soiled;75c and 1.00 value .... .J p. .... .. ... .... ...59c. j
p. Large lot ladies corset covers, 40 and 50c value.,.................... |H'f...................29c The T. A. cDonald Co.
Large lot.colored silk raincoats, SLOO and $L50 value.. ,. ...............! |: ".''' ''''''.....",69c .'

r These are 'only a few of the, good. things which will ,be.place i'on'our counters .for f 1-"

'. ; &4 And Buy Your Building Material '"
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;rf' '- Mondays' special 'Sale The bicycles and other Long Leaf Yellow. Pine and, (Cypress' : -..

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:J Packages delivered tc/all l parts of city fie of charger goods dard goods are the on the best market stan- of a I kinds ,:aWe .


Hartford and other'Tires. also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cerise Sash Doors:

EMPIRE. : DRY GOODS STORE J Coaster Brakes fitted to old Mouldings] and]owet.whatever else a builder .. Tres rat 1
figure.
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possibLe -
wheels. All work guaranteed .,

I Best new wheels for rent You Know Where We Are 14th Street. Miami. I).. l'

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Matting Oil I Carroll & Clark- Chase &- Co Chase & ante Y. \


Heatersand \
Johnson & Tompkios SUCCESSORS TO I
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Inc Fire .
rA CHASE & BARNEY, ,
Handlers of 5 and 10 cent goodsin
FurniturteWill I tin granite wooden and FRUIT AND Accident Dud'
VEGETABLE
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willow ware. Also rugs mats,
brushes etc. Notion PACKERS 1 '
.1 soaps 'I. Torn io
f' .
for ladies and gentlemen : : Cash Dealers in .
be Sold at Reduced Prices for r
|thfrty days I i
Crate
Insurapce :
ru 5 & 10

; |)| '. c Material
; FIDELIT1 BONDS
J.WVittson

,. : : 'Avenue D:, Variety' tore:: PackIng and Warehouse, --, I -- "-

"_ i' 7 .I> ..... : East End lij&i Blier Duct 1 OLDEST..AGF ij CY IN MIAMI l
No. 1017 Avenue D, Miami. Pla. -
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304 Twelfth Street ;Ii i ,I 306 Twelfth, Street 0 I II, J 336trwelfth Street [;

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Simon Swart for $4.300: ; lot 1. clock i -
7, West Palm Bea'b I I ..... '
LEGAL PAPERS FILED Deed. Dade County Title Insuranceand { J. B. Hawkins. ,B. I. Lasteter I J. E. Lummus. ..tj

Trust Co. to W. C. Fogg for $100. Meat Market j '
lots 1 to 6 inclusive block 106. MI. I The Miami i Grocery Co.
Satisfaction of mortgage Bank o!r ami. I
Bar,Biscayne to A. P. Gerlach. Satisfaction of mortgage Dade i J 1
Warranty deed. A. P. Gerlach U:I County Security Co, to Minnie Gra- I IS THE PLACEr Staple-and Fancy Groceries. .
dan Mnllett for $2,500. lot 16, bk. Warranty deed. Edwin Nelson to roil I' II: FRUITSand/ VEGETABLES : ,t
for fresh when ,
meats ,
a in.,Miami. Minnie Graham for $125 lot 3. block Why pay enormous prices. 1< .
choicest of Western and Florida MEATStor (
Warranty deed Chas. R. Sergeants 16. R. G. and C.'s addition to Miami. can buy cuts Our stock of i,complete and we think we y
i can supply i
much less
at Meat MarketPhone
Armstrong's
s, to Cathleen E. Henderson foi Deed. Edwin Nelson, administratorto money about everything required, in the baking line. Our aim i. to keep !
$300. loU 1. 2 and 3. Pearson's subdivision .'. B. Walton for $125. undivided' only the I>pst class of groceries and our priC 1 on them will be =
lots 5 and 6, block 4, parti I half interest In lot 3. block 16. R. G. 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th StreetRke found to be rllfht. Goode delivered promptly any part of the ,scity.
sections 38, 39 and 40. tp. 54, south, & C.'s addition to Miami 'I.. Out fruit and vegetable stock always: fre h. Give as a call ... "'
range 41.. east.Satisfaction Mortgage deed, N. D. Coates to :IIIi I I 1 : ....
of mortgag! Mis. Mary Dade County Security Co.,' for $90 i7
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Telephone 335 Twelfth Street
Miami Florida 1 1I 1I
Hone to Laura Johnson. lot 9. block -20 R. G. & C.'s addition 1 I
to Miami. 1 i both doing excellent work The waba trip while there. On the way f fIROQtOIS ,
:Warranty deed Geo. W. Potter and
of Miami forces the home nortn to New York, .
defeat boys both gentlemen
wife to E. D. Maxwell for $375. lot Quit claim deed. R. EN Coates to j I I f t' __ :1:1'j
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4t1 i the realization that their old time will stop at Atlanta and Washington.Mr.
N. > Coates for $1 and other considerations -
14. block 23. Clow's addition to West i
: 'PalmBeach.. lot &, block 20. R. G. '"c !IC.'s (Semen are as strong as ever and they : Skinner will remain tin New York I &
addition, Miami. trH set about strengthening their and Mr. Phillips go on to California
to
..MortgadeeJ., E. D. )Maxwell and j tvarn so as to wipe out tae defeat of for the summer. {
wife to Mrs. Mary Hone' for $tOO, lot Mortgage deed Mary Van Derveer ter Jay. A return game will TwplS
14. block 23. Clow's addition to West and Henry V. Van Derveer, to Dade }ed at an early date. i | GRILL
Palm Beach County Security Co., for $300, certain ;: TO THE TAXPAYERS OF DADE :
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Mortgage deed. H. S. Potter and B. land in section :36.: tp 53, south, County, Affected by the Brow-
t 8. Potter to John \i" Graham for $SOO range 41, east ;[r. William C. Skillne.r n'd Mr. and Drainage Act Open Until MidnightA :
lots 2, ,3.I.. 5 and6. block-39 and lots Miner K. Phillips were passengers rei4ning \ Fashionable Cafe 1
for Ladies and Gentlemen
8 to 21 Inclusive of block 48, and lots Cocoanut Grove Won from Havana yesterday afterftaon .
4, 24 to 42..Inclusive of block 45. New The game of baseball played yesterday t \ on the steamer Shlnnecock Mr. The undesigned respectfully requests Oysters. Fish. Game and manY delicacies/ prepared
Biscayne. afternoon on tthe Royal Palm i Skinner was front clerk at the Royal] that all land owners paying by experienced and served by <'tod waiters. ",
Warranty deed. John W. Graham to grounds between Miami and Cocoanut I }* lnclana.Palm Beach.durlng the past i I taxes In Dade county Florida, who cooks
H. S. and B. S. Potter for $1.650 Grove attracted a large crowd anJ season and Mr. Phillips the assistant hare not already paid the special tax The American plan served by gJ dish at cheap indi., i
lots 2 to 6, block 39: ; lots :4.to 42.; resulted in a victory for the Grove aggregation ttfshter! at The Breakers. Both gentle-1; provided In the above act.. and who Tiduil prices to enable those to live in and apartment to
block 45 and lots 8 to 21 of block 48, by the close score of 5 to 1 were for Havana some days ago wish to resist paying same or those live reasonably.-The Iroquois hotel solicit* patronage of all '2
Inclusive New Biscayn 4. Miami scored four runs before the i j they bad a delightful time after who believe the drainage scheme to who contemplate a long stay as well as transient customer.?. t
Quit clam teed, Join1 W Graham visitors-made a tally but after that Ojtlr busy season at PalmBeach. They' be detrimental to their Interest, to Open all the ye ir. J : : ;JJHuu. DATIDSOX. ;
to H. S. .,.1 B. S. Potter for $1 and they received a succession of shut t Jti>ressed themselves well pleased communicate with him within the next ,
p other considerations; undivided half Interest outs while tbV other side succeeded in With Miami anj predicted 'or it P ten days as I wish to make the fight J --1. :;
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In lots S and 21, block 48, New tying and th \passing them by one bight future. They left this morning myself and need the cooperation of j I
*' BI8Ytp.! .' run. The gameX a very nterestlng I J tot Sea breeze, where'they will\ spend -." '"*re '?.' :.:, A. Marshall. READ THE DAILY METROPOLISf
Deed, lwiU. f unty state' Bank to throughout; the pitchers. fihallle and !' itew;| days taking In the famous Okla- Danla. Fla. I I ,

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ORGANIZED 1896 I I The Dade County 'State[ Bank



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Capital 27300. Surplus 350000. Deposits over 200000.00

J a JI 1 Oldest Bank in Dade Count 'I Organized in 1893

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Statement at the close of business February .
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23, 1906, as reported to S.tat ?Comptroller .
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)1 : Resources I: \ Loans and Discounts. ... . . .. . .$149,95:8.61:

\ ; Overdrafts. . . ., . .'. . . 6SJ9.09
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,' Loans and discounts . . . :. . .|| .$159,851.13 County and City Scrip . . .'. . . 9,974556

Real Estate owned. . . . .'. . . M17,531.91 I Dade County Bonds. . ... . .... ... 25,000.007SJO.OO
fixtures . . . . 3115.25
and
Furniture : p. Other Stock andjBonds . . . .. .,. . .
Current expenses . . ... . . . .Sf. 1,261.83.Cash '
)J Banking House arld. Fixtures: . . 12,500.00
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u. s] Bonds. . . . . . .$2,200.00 : Legal 1 Reserve

Due from Banks . . . . .. 58,379.50 .
Due,From Other Banks. . .
Cash !In Vault. . . . .'. 39,94229 $80,845.50 I
Total. available cash. . : . . . .'t. 100521.79 Cash in Vaults. . . j. . .67327 106.5 8.77

11f i 282,281.91 \Ii" Total . . . . . 305"441 173

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I. Capital Stock. 1 . . . ... 1& 27300.00 "

,: Surplus . .' . . . . . . M3.500.00 Capital Stock. . . . . . . .. .$ 40,0(jI0.00 .

Dividends not called for . . . . .try.t 140.00 Surplus and .. !

1; . . . . 1433.81 18,212.37'DIvIgends
Earnings accounts.. . ;;|
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Bills payable . ... '. ... ... . &. 25.000.00Cashier's r .pO
Deposits . . .. . . . . . ,
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f checks. . . . . If. 994.18 : ,

.. IV Bank deposits .:. . . . A..HA 9,854.38 Certified Checks Outstanding., [ . .8; 1.64.

\ Certificates of deposit. . . . F .' O.' 15,732.68 Total. . . . ... . .. 3054; 1.73I

\ Individual deposits. . . ., . . g. 198326.86 I t' i

r } .J -. U:: $282,281.91 Please examine tins statement carefullk!i and compare it wi an F
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of our State Institutions. This only Bank in South 'lor .
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i. a The State law requires that a bank shall ,keep 20 per cent. protected by the famous American Bank Protection Go's Ele< trical
2 banks.t This bank J AlaI m System with private daylight alarm!in case of "hold :
of Its deposits In cash or with reserve as up. He- $
sides we carry a large: DurJ'l r1lnllurance P 'licy.We .
f will be seen by the above statement.!.has ove ,40 per cent. of
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'f ( better showing or Is In better condition to serve Its'Teposltors have installed a Savings Department paying 4per cent on deposits

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