The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
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System ID: UF00076097:00334
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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SECOND SECTION. '. MIAMI. FLA. APRIL. 8. 1906" : t PGFS?bto 12

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tf' \ was being-discussed by the'people off : metalliferous. ore deposits.,' such i. ,

the United :States the principal eb-- -7'.. I: copper lead.' sine ete,-lt has vast ':(

, i lection" to It,was that.it ...ould.have : I gold mines in.bettei shape and' mar .if
r.. available than
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t" quarts sad hard
to be a lock,canal,' since It'woUld.De I rocks requiring big' 1

necessary'to raise ships up 'to the stamp mills; cyaniding outfits eta. ,I

}J level' of,Lake, Nicaragua, which Is a.. 1 ; .t says,F.' B. Moody ia the Clayworker. :iI

r f! natural body.of ,water about 103.feet A few years ago '4 was fancied that _

k above_ the 'sea. and with out any further I. o' y'' Ri 'I trees'apple here of in gold Florid could be grown oa ,)!
and for a period 'm
t.I I ..expense' than that of raising : >. .$* of twenty years or : ore there was
and afterwards ,letting : m.F great boom. '' a 1
$ -, ships up to It. I I However in one night
if them down to'sea level again i yW more than -$100,000JXX) wad captured .it
.. : waterway kz by Gen. Jack Frost The people then
, ..ould.flU11lsh' a rea.n-. made
4& their attention to 4
one half the distance ; agriculture 4
for at w'MR and more recently to stock raising. iJ

over ,the crossing, says the New. Orleans a The Florida crack, rs can produce ,
Picayune''.:,' I cheaper cheese, b f, butter pork 4;

Now, after such' an outcry against other mules, sheep ,poult y, .
section "
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of ships United States by '1
the, raising and .lowering Ae S' V 50 per cent. The' Armours Swifts
over the Isthmus, there 4s a.wild demand t, and other great p ckers hare ,seen' ;

for,a lock. canal orer the'.Pan- this and have bought large tracts of, ';
w ama route when it is' not onlyper-. 50,000 to 100.000 acre* to raise their '.
own meats and U.!Is
level seen that 1
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t fectly practicable FRANKLIN, COLEMAN. BUSH 't ; ,'few: more "big? freetesf:wffl make l
channel, but that very .practicability MRS. FRANKLIN COLEMANflUSH Florida the leading agricultural ::y;
I was(the chief cause 'why thejNlcaraim. ''t x a r'g i. stock rabtngatate: Gold mine no. L I
I fi .|route 'wasjabaidoned and| the There -has "never* 1 'n a geological

| Panama crossing, ...adopted. 3 1,**: THE MIAMI l NSERVAT9iY. OF luner made;of th a'state,1 but1 inci _}

t f MUSIC .r dentally during the
i 1 From? the very first the re was such .. i years the greatest last'phosphate ten or flftoea mines :;

'po..ertal-eppc.It1oIi-'to'&I1T; -Ameri- In the world

I. f eaIstbmiin: "tanaT"that*no"ronte 'y ACID ITS 'MOST INTERESTING HISTORYIV Gold mine No.thavebeen"'developed.. 'j:,
for Again, Incidentally,
Lt' :would ever hay _. chosen, but /\Jg > j beds have immense kaolin ; I
the Irrepreslble energy' and determination .-, ,, -i ,__ .- ..a F.;. _- _- :. t L- ,s, rlaradty Bdoteltthatthere I .{_ J: !} "!\ !!." : P. Il \. ',..-1 .. 'F. .' '. 1 Idnte are now,In operationz; I
of'President ,if? ...' ; #j t \ :n ; and, china wares.eqiaf to the
( i.t:1i tothr \ I II best ar* ::
should .be" sucn'a'canai.It jronng as .; sorcesuf. the.SchooL. *,A Schools for boys at Cocoanut Grove.Director i I I burg. Pa Among his successful ,profesioual made from Florida kaolin. Gold mm*

was believed'by ,those opposingthe does not look for great- devel t Kindergarten is a recent ac- ; Bush intends that this pupils tnabe mentioned air No. \AgalnInd eataJJi;f taxmeas 'i-i
and Is regarded by Director school shall G. G.Ulendorfernow: In Berlin;"Mr. beds of- fullers ea{th have .
canalttht tt would'be more difficult one of the prominent been dis'
of the fine and on.that acc
,,; arts i| one of the most important de- educational Institutions of the State.That Stanley L. Cole, the Chicagopianist: covered and Coda Florida produces "'.
vto buUt,-such a canal;at. Panamas It Is''exceptlonafrfortunate, ''., : In n ellt.. in, the Conservatory. The 'I it already bears an enviable reputation and teacher; Prof. Daniel "Hahn.: of more than of this product .l
... -' thaa"ik Nlcarigaa.": and;realising bering, among
that the president ',was arousing the ser..torof: Music, each, .h (some' of' the pupils being quotation from Jacksonville' Times Pa, and Mif'Blanche-Wm1aJbs. mine No. 4.nlue-teUf.1 not leastvalu, f
{; years of age)Is truly mar- be Kansas able clay b ,
entire country: in favor, of the.enterprise of which WIT charge of an l"nJon'of February 10 1905: prodigy.Mr. ':; been discovered
< Every department:la the .Bush's extensive,experience as '' ferrous clays;_white, buff and blue
that Panamarbote ,
., It y as-agreed, the ed and highly competent teacher., .;is turning out excellent work. "Few cities .the size of Miami can teacher 'lA,' Chicago !Conservatories; sand and adapted to the I Jatviae nreof 1

:should be chomnt'hnder.the weekly public concerts and numerous pupils' recitals are giv boast of a Conservatory of Music as' director ot music la. large colleges [ white and "ornamental f front brick.
,coafiedeat expectation thatch* deadly given by' the'faculty'ant Itud reef;of charge and besides furnish which Is In every department equalto ; also his experience concert 1'Immense beds of the clays, kaolin and :

'cllmats? and: fh* englneertsg problems the Conserratory,' hare avtouslcal treat to the people of ,the Conservatories In,the cities of i pianist, fits him In marked degree :niter's earth have been, discovered, :1'
the North. The entire of teach
npolT" town, they furnish inspiration to corps for the work of building a Conserra- and hydraulic, : has
could be relleJ! delay proof of the excelle e.of training studeuta. ers is among the best that can be cently ceipent. been re 1
+ .! H 'H' j tory In Miami. < j discovered Lake City. And
:: aad postpone the ionstroctloolor' high f itsndar4otLsate\ ; "' found. The citizens of Miami are tier ,
Dramatic railroads
plays' glrea br the received many branching
: I Mrs. Bush her first Instruction out to i
long'period i if not forever; and' so The .lI bllc.nai?beintereated Jn .hare.beeo.almost profes"j proud of.this institution. from Gustavj! Bach at one time all the points of the compass and withIn -
the Panama Isthmus was' made the history: of this growing ijl excellence.. "Aim for The founder and director of the concert meister I|with the Damrosch fifty to. seventy-five miles of leT j

scene of action,' the :president helM which eent so much,to the jto music and art" has;; always i Conservatory, Franklin Coleman Bush Orchestra of New York and from era seaports,, bring ajl} these gold ,:'I!
wholly ignorant of the hostile thtumotto:of the=Consenratory. i was born near the shores of ptcnres- mines within eas> reach
doubtless life of.)IlamL } 't | tI ; ; Madame Zllllouxj a graduate of ;the of aH the
influences that were-forcing, -him- A.,few years ago. Mr., and Unslcal,Klstory 'destination.' sta4enta' Last May free classes family; his father being a good theorist by clay workers Uut here
to such a Franklin Coleman Bush were piano work with Arthu/ Fried- IB Florida :'1
but potential Influences Rudiments of Music and Sight and his mother a pianist, from clay can be :
.Tlleseem charge of the music at &) helm; violin with!Bernard Ltstemann; manipulated twelve
"that? have "been opposing the'presijdent (Pa.) College, but the severe were organized and became whom he received his first instruction.His and theory with Lewis Falk and Bon months In the yet r. Instead of six or 1
; appear;to*hare"been .entirely era winters were unfavorable to: >>ular that Director Bush stenos studies were afterward continued owskl, graduating:under those mastersrom seven. In the north, so that the same
'successful la'delaying,and prerent- health of Mrs.-Bush and It'was-d'T the experiment this year as. with the famous piano vltnoso and the Chicago Musical College.) la Investment yield from 75 to
i3- 'lag I the work.*Twlee:the entire: baslia regret:that: their resignation from |as the. public; school closes. In composer,.W. C. EL Seeboeck (pupil of public work Mrs.Bush; has been. Very 100' per cent'more! a year. '.
.ss and en&1ueermc1tratkIG college faculty was tendered and tall of next year classes in en Rnbensteln and Brahms), and Liszt'sgreat successful In Chicago and !baa been cunced'and yet practical- cepted. ''When this gifted couple ] playing with a rie w to Chem pupil the renowned Arthur West. Finishing I work was pursued habit of exporting the manufactured t

ly'nothing has been done la the way to: Florida,.they had no' Music Concerts, will be opened. Frledham. in Berlin,. Germany. Under..tha..1>eat goods But" the-Hte Yankee, !who ar*
"deoastraciIOCand-worse thaa'that.DO pursuing their professional work (' spring, wfll witness the first After graduation In piano harmony masters of the Stern Conserratorlnm.Mrs settling In -oath are showing as
specifications for the canal the Conserva and theory Mr. Bush became Mr. See the bestway to manufacture
plan or Bush planted an extensive grape tq' recital of Bush 1aoI.ta;letters of ;.commendation ; oar raw .1
: Itseltf aad \,method i of j procedure: grore'and much of the first year ,?as'welt as a regular,commence- boeck's assistant in his piano classes, ,from,mnslclats promlaeat both materials, here where.. the Mimate and :

fur/c rrJiaI on?thework' haveibeea, occupied j iwlth: out-of-door-; ; \concert. _.? ?. also substituting for' him la many.con in America and Europe. She U. a all Other conditions are more Inviting 1
ttgreed'upoe. Up to this moment ao.bam During this first year Mr. and. :Consenratory has for the second certs. most enthusiastic teacher, and .her and where we jean put la twelve
..a.Vtfag.it.abla...1" Sty-yhtftfrr Bush were heard occasionally- ; outgrown Its quarters., Its four .After appearing la the largest:cities pupils advance rapidly.Mr '. months l tr he )year. We beg tf lastst .
the coutnacUoU.wUJ be so carried carts; their playing before the ,* are la constant use. Practice la the United States sad Canada fromQuebec ;'and Mrs.-Bush'regard their!appearance that thereHk ao patent oa thej* good
;as,B&t.dI will Aavs tot cJbR' ,to San Aatonlof and things; but oa th* other
-. Horticultvral Society belnr ] and a recital hall are badly meeting before the Fortnightly Club Baad/we tn-
: -.1 :ttaba.l Wi be .,l tie oCOoM'meetings j 1'lr.f and it Is rumored Uaat'piau with unanimous praise of press and at Palm Beach on the program' with site.mannfactnreri of clay of td kinds
Ism even ted'irMrace 80 many requests for Masons ,been drawn by the wen known critics, ._Mr, .Bush weal to.' Berth, the lateJoseph-Jefferson:; ; U 0.4.01 sad >>ttoa..a rJ!totacecrstireVall
to oceaa. ., reemtddttat 11> ;' rMlamt' ,- ) .-W. C DKlarmoT"":"' Thls where for some time he pursued his the pleasantest experiences d 'then kinds of 'woodsjfertniier'fab1rli| ,
: fact!flu*<.thtw ploao studies with Felix etc. tea yean rni.r, '
>tt and Violin School was opened & C will meet the present de Dreyschock. Florida life I elAriase,. aid
-. & motive and executive commissions ...=u.a-.oa..th....:sr< 4i of,th.''Coaser ttor7 aaJwfll of the Stern Coaaerratoriam andtk4ocywttk Mr. Bush Is also president of :low plant':"sitesdonated..-Morepv vv

.that .hart neeeutyei'Wc was oat,grown and larger cau -for future growth. A buflumg Oj B.'Boise,'later ....- well known music firm, the Bush school your ehOdrea. from O*'kader-
g' eC Ge'atarprbe hart lot tee taV will lug to America:foe a concert tour of U ten to a fan ledged "
rP demanded.; Mr. Bush buying .that ,: aecommodaU Bafford Piano Co.:,Mr., and MrsBush A. a, trM
r able to''seers any:greement. poay arty oa 12th Street. aow, occupied as wilt as day' students. anent Booths during which his sac- hare:been very, fortunate la securing gratisr-aad-yoBTcaa'aUead'charck of
: Total .sTimc>ortaac aad ifc*.the oely > the Coaaratory{|Tole ,aorthera pupfls are already ea- cess was very pronounced.. K""' -'hUatel'1'O for dae Vole Department your choice and rot as you pleas*_,
harmoey reached. by any at Art aid iLaagnagei;department*{ a.will! .. e a,era1..io.come -'Mr., Bush has also proved himselfa and Mrs Cary for; the Dramatic eUher Democratic ticket or with
orpaIsatlOQ., added sad the school tame'- ,'for'lessoni from Palm Beach I most successful teacher of the pLuo. work.n Bock;hare had the besVpoufr (he "Uly.whttes.T'J: ** r> g '0

tteJarettcaoa OttondttIoaJgId4 up from Piano and Violin School to .,other points .'the county:, Mr. For several:yean he was director ot hi* training;aad hare showa eoaeltts.IreJy la shorty Florid*; ft doty gismo& -
to formulal*> pan 'Miami Conservatory of Music."" ttru. Bash also .hare chars of mule'at Kelawood Institute Chicago, by their ,.,0.,- that they 'laze tan eoatr1"t." you csn bVkfvsM
o4 Baglaeers.WM,)J composed: Ie Board of Of some of'the I The management is eoastaaUy (music'at the Florida''Adirondack..' I I,sad held,the same position la Waynes-j exceptionally gifted as teachn.II and ao hot do summer as you please.-Just a No happy cold winter

.most embtext Amertcaa aad' foreiga betwixt.and .between. General medium Sher

,JIdaUI ,, \ II STATEMENT FROM" MR., S. 0. FITTS.Editor II man 0Dee'Bald 'if jTexaa tad good so .
is... two'mmt l pnrtaatJrteotaineaAattona. : ) and good water it would lie fit
: for their only ftmetloa was .. I to lire')r., Bet added to oar "gold

-adrtoory.;:-These' were Oat true an tOMS ooaomy Metropolis: I Stataties and' in. a very short timeshowed refused to record them, and the merchant 17. IMS. and are there today. When good mlaes,* good schools, good climate ...'

"raaoM d reel BtUltyamd level canal and 1! It baring come to my notice that a, MrDearborn and myself wherewe brought """" """f proceedings we first applied the new rate many General health> .tc.j.]w. also hare what, j
requiredthat a tea by contract report is being circulated la this conty -. had undercharged for every Instrument lath* Second Judicial Circuit to compel lawyers ant real estate men sate an ( said Texas lacked
the work should- be done. ftfifif j j"It that I Instrument the fee for i ',that had been recorded la this. him to record them. The clerk explanation of the increase; I [I.was good society and, good water. "
: 'general 4 recording ia this of. office fep to that time.. engaged Hon. W. H. Ellis to represent careful to explain to them also to 1
), Is not strange'that'level the cutting' five' I deem it proper that I acquaint I. Mr'Dearborn'whom every' onv who him and after a fun hearing before show them th* Auditors figures '!land The Meeting Petp ed- ;!
outcry Is against a sea tile public with th* facts relating to knew.him. knows that he was not only In&JOB" he dismissal the mandamus era truthfully' say that no one who j
tad against the contract system industriously ; because this change.la '. '- .. ,I aa honest man but a conservative OK, oa the ground that the clerk of looked Into the matter pressed!{any The meeting of!|the Board of Public
: reports hate been r.bnIarf..U03. the State Auditor I asked< the State Auditor, that ia the Uadsden county'had charged foe; Us dluati actlot. Instruction;scheduled for Tuesday.
-:u propagated that a lock. canai.will came her to check ap tile county records -I event,h* (Mr;...Dearborn) gar orders work la accordance with the laws of Now, then, thus. far I bar simply 10th. has been postponed to the 14th
1Ie'!Ubety cheaper, that ships can ; one day: h* saw m* collect fLU : to apply! the rate to which he was ..- this State. gives my version of th. matter. .Mi. last, whea the board will canvass th. '
lifted 0ver: the mountain faster then for recording..-deed....sd>'Cit oa -a i titlei.i, could It be maintained la case ,I remember distinctly that Mr. Dear- Dearborn is dead, but the gentlemanwho I' returns of the West i Palm Beach ,
they caa, steam through' aa open cat. form known at "Drew .B. .. 1*. H*! any.one tested it? ..,The Auditor enswered bora asked the Anlltor to kladl,. >n ia February IMS. was the State IChooidbIc election Another rea ,:
and that the lock canal -can be eon asked me "whyl'mad*.that'charge i as nearly as I caa recall; that his ova handwriting, make an itemized Auditor Is die preseat Attorney General .,son for the postponement is that Sept. '

ttructed la creatly shorter Urn that thaa Uat I replied that the way I figured the.tee II It,' had, already'been tested; that;a memorandum, showing the correct of the State sad any ODe who may a. ...Hall, win Jeav. soon.to attend i 1
'Ycould be a* open cut& sad hill I1.7S was correctB.* told m* I merchant doing business la Quincy*MwhoiaaaaaQy charge for recording a warranty deeu, doubt my statement If h* win address lbe meeting' desired to
; say time tt was wrong, that tile statutory fee a! took several hundred<< a mortgage and a sastisfacUoa of a HOB. W. H..Cms: Tallahassee Fhv. tee of the Stato,EdoeaUonal .
km a eM lewd :arts. It-world '**iajatn clerk of th. circuit court.wasatitied JIICIrtcqw.-nbIe4 to pay the clerk mart sse. This he did. and I posted I think h* wm verify tt* above statement atioa.. whkh.meets la Dale Aaaod '
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taCtotaO* to tnaaform'th* leek to for recording that !oral..:was W.C5.IaakedhlmtoBhowmhowkarrtT. of,thrf. circuit eovit of OadsJen coat these figures ia the FlHng Book la this v I0th last, to prepare for the oa ;
"' ayttea late aay. shape that might be ty th.* let a* 'chart*! for recordlag otto where any ODe could look at KMpwtfaQr.l I convention ia December: la St. aaaaat ?
uledrei.s ec at that total and h*got thtrerlsed then mortgages"vhcreupoa th* clerk them; they were placed there February 8. ArnguOae. *-

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Ii j -. ''Do 't Get Caught on af WEST JUPITER JOTTINGS. I wi "

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f fishing Trip Without Captain Armour Handsome Preparing Residence to Build a I i

r Enough Tackle 'West Jupiter'April 6. ;
slits Hopkins, who spent several
week here this winter le.t last Snn.da'fmornln -
for bet home in New York
SOME FISHERMEN CATCH MORE Clt Hopkins expressed herself
as tFing delighted with, the' bathingandshina IS THE PLACE
'. '._ : u at this place and will re- .
,VARIETIES of FISH than OTHER tnri;fariy la the faiL i f '
I sty;and Mrs. E. Kuschel. their three
'f BECAUSE THEY GO. PREPARED llttlfe.sons and Mls's Ella TlnJalU came
up .Jrjom West Palm Beach last Sunday -
-3 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES launch. the toe .
ip a During trip
lawr@ ran aground several times, owing I
Mbn's ,
to Mr- Kuschel's lack' ot knowl- 528 pair
z1Z Miami SportiDR Goods Store edg@pregazding| the channels, but they ,1
I arrived safely at 11:30, and departed 'I -"' >A t
soon:alter as Mr. Knschel was anxious
to get through the canal before ..dark'nessVroverteok
them. Womens
30612th STREET'a Miss Edith B. Fulke went down to Iz .
FMJCanderiiale. Monday where she intends .
f CARRY A FULL ASSORTMENT OP to spend several weeks. 'I '
THE BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED Mrs., A. L. Pennock who baa been
1 1 MADE'TO CATCH AND HOLDSouthern visiting relatives here, left Tuesdayfor and Childrens 1

her home In Philadelphia. .. .
f. C.ipt Armour has bought the Old .
::. 1 A..Biah.. Proctor place and has started prepara- df. 1
tiopi for building a handsome,residence
this summer. Mr. James Hall
Stone 'Co. hail;the contract and expects to com
.- Marble & .: meifce work In the near future. This Shoes
?' 4 8. HOOAN STREET.JACKSONVILLEHeadquarter residence promises to be one of the at C@stj
.-' *for handsomest on the river front.
Elf:H. s. Pennock has gone to Ocala
Building Stone, Marble, etc.MOSAIC toYpurebase! some. live stock for his ,
farm. ,
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AND TILE WORK County Commissioner Harry Du-
Pennock, of thee
and Herbert A.
'' f Me MaseU, Geral CesKterf W.... etc.XrfUiwt inEthe week.pulse of The the former voters was and feel-the going to sell at actual cost. We are going out of the shoe business f lack of room ,

wort.Ii.esaetk4; Firtlltlx 10_ .cIaw. PttMipt .....Ica. latter looking after the school inter- and to get out quick we sacrific the,profits. This i is your opportunity Make money )

esisat that place. by saving. You will]] not get another chance to get good clean sho s for the whole ''I


A'W( ew Industry Gathering Eye
Intones> Proves Very Profitable ],
Machine Shop '4
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dray, April 6-A .new Industry I;I
x Era : : hti!}started in Delray and the only .1.1'hen
Agents,for the New Gas.Engines.:. .Gasolene one'or Its kind In the country. i i,
and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY I s. John Zill and her two childrenspt I
: two.or three days on the bearD
General Repair Work la week gathering up eye tones, '
SOS" SEVENTH STREET MIAML FLORID*. j I['ifh they shipped to New York and \\ it will .end. \ve don't 'know, but we ShOUl not have a Hair left.in two days.
[In ;turn -received $11. There were : II
fobs | thousand (If these stones and theflu'
I I want all they can get. I COME NOW and SEE BOUT THEM

: Wm. Curry SonsKey II a-_.can II is'a be harvested surer crop every than tomatoes j' -

yeaf. Nothing to hinder a person !
t .
West Florida.HEADOUARTIERI g dJng rich In this country. I
FOR I, horn, to Mr. and :Mrs. Bert Combs I I HANDLERS OF EVERYJTHING;
: o 'Boca Ratone a ten-pound girl oni I EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
[ Friday; March 30. Dr Cason had L
;S S Ship Chandlery, Building cftatge of the case and reports mother

Materials -'Of' All Kinds. and Tie daughter report that as doing Mr. J.nicely.R: Leather

-" Cssl tad Ice,Steam auriae Railways..Mack, !..Stisps.Fsrc' erfOr.Mr.aoyJWug man" had as sold. Lexthennan yet his, although-he real 'estate has not ia Is wfilIngfto sold aa- W. $H. Chaille & Son 1211 Avenue D f

AH kinds ot repairing- Boiler and Steam Fitting can: oe done at ib sell to any one with the cash. t *
tartest notice lathe,. best possible manner- by" expert '
spent last Saturday In-town lookingup <
-' ;the crop prospects. Mr. Lymaa t I- .: 'i
represents Amacon Bros', of Colum- We are Now Ready to burnish
; :Meyers ,& Robinson bns O.. 1 '
: :wm. Budd. Jr.. of St. Augustine, Acetylene Gas Tribune
trifellng auditor of the F. E.'C..R'y Snell
l Contracting Electricians checked up our station a .few days '
: .
ago and.!other .
j: ,. [tSlr., L. Gentile of Cincinnati commission -
Ave. D :Miami Florida ,man. who has been here the The oemlitf light fir etoelllnte, stores, betels. J letter *M ....
.t t. 1019 pail two weeks buying: tomatoes left trielty and n cheap. M elL. Ne lampe t* ct..... N. Jesjaer ef eleeton. makes of Bicycles :
.._ fort Jacksonville a few days ago. He ,I NO EXTRA INSURANCE. :i :: ALWAYS READY.
.. expects to return In a few days.
it wo cars of cabbage were shlppeu Eagle AUTOMATIC Generators
from here last Saturday by Mr. Sum .
See l-
I pr.Burnham 4h' mer. ere unequaled. Ova fOXMO new In wee. SeW MieW s* ........
commercial tourist
flank Gentler a GUARANTEE. N. Celt te yw IF YOU 'ARE 1 NOT SATISP1EO
Jacksonville. Snndayed in Delray.W.
: SPecialist | W. Blackmer has. returned WINDMILLS, TOWERS, TANKS AND PUMPINQ ENGINES
I: 11 i; The Kami Surgeon and from a business trip to Jacksonville. '
gMr. Middlemn made -a business Thos. W. Mather Box 566 MiamiYougs' '
trip down the line a few Jays ago. ,. -
a If,jo, .are a sufferer from any Chronic'Di.ea.eUlcers.; :. Tumors, Cancen t'the young people held their regular '.
or any Blood Disease,'.Catarrhal Diseases of Head.Throat weekly dance in ,tbelr.hall last I
Lags Stomach Bowels Dvspepsiajndigestxm, Rectal Saturday evening. .' The bicycles l and other

; Diseases. Female _Disesst&lll.Latest IThe arrivals at the'Cnapman house Pharmacy/ goods are_the best stanf'
t the;past week numbered thirty moat
ly; mmlu1on'mell from an parts of dard goods on the market
Electrical AIdS. Homeopatliic Medicines the 1! country, a.'ter the,festive toma 1 I ,
IMCOKPOKATXO: Hartford aad other Tires.
p and a large,stock of Specially""ptepared remedies f or,Special work toei.$1igb ft Co. sent- out a" 'large, con Coaster Brakes ,:
signment' of tomatoes Sunday, which fitted to old
f f Ladles fUd.LA5e d wete packed in their house here A Drug Store for The People wheels. .'Ad' work' guaranteed ,
f S : Trtick; is beginning to move quite .
.Upatalra la 1>Metropolis : to 4 p. m.SmL excepted fKly'now and the boom-will be on adding, J Best new ( wheels for .rent '

; soon.|)f r.Ben Potter anj Wilbur Hendrlck- rhat's our motto and it has been the mean 'of hun. 231 12th Blue FrontatCarroll. ,
r ion, city marshal of West Palm Beach: dreds of new customers to our list.' We, sell only the pur- St1eet.

.IF_.-YOUR-, AUTO_ J I5-IH'TROUBLE.. .LOAN, ,. FIX ITs Sunday case down and on made their a ahort.auto-bicycles call. on est drugs. All prescriptions are filled registered: pharma .:& Clark l ,

;!;-. .8.: L. Ditto has moved Into the cists. We also carry the finest sodas and i ice cream in the city ,
Tire Troubles s are"'C'red'; ; rtajnes cottage on Dade avenue'Mr. .
a ..3 .. ., George Lyman left for Cnoa 2 Doors North of Postofflce :
t" ..new ones. Sold. Can for hire.
q3 Tuesday night in the interest of John .1

q :: ." ;;>: '.. '-' :J f\-. ftmicon., of Bra.Columbus* Co.;,commission"." .merChants -, S ,W. E. Youngs, 'Pres. J ll&. ToffipllS
-- -- -- -, -, 'C., R..!ZiCbUlis |f*. W. Chapman4 has=bought theabimal' ..,,i I :
..., ,'.. '*I .- )' launch Papoose. of Lanth-
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; .. *. baniel'a Block ,Miami.. er'.BTOL" ; .. 4' o 5 and 10 ant goods
i. 'j; in' tin granite. 'W tiden
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---, ,- ---, -- .., -; '''Zacte" Hail{ Block."Aitnri tars' ........,'1., C MPLIMENT' NOT PUNISHMENT' t ::-willow'war : :Also.rugs. mates. "

liifi Change of Chaplain Reaney. of the soaps brushes, etc., .Notion.
-- 'i;: > m Catholic Church' \Fort Dallas .Land. Cornpanl.. ''for'l. ladies and gentlemen : : ''c
L Washington. April 5-" Navy Depart I Y
often '& Eihig: mtnt.o clals.'wtto.have: to.do-with ;
the personal of the service are.much .. '
t S" ., ,, ; suj-prlsej to learn, that any fault is I S & bcYarntY
t fqnnj with the authorities over the -
; :' \Issue# .of,orders. ,which,transfers Chaplain ". -,.- .
L. Machine-Shop' W.,H. I..Reaney. of the Roman ., : : ; ?-HasnO--l-tS-: .LI.sts'w "
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Catholic Church from duty fat the \ .
';;:, ; 'F'" j Brooklyn Navy Yird'to.tbe"yard at' a 7 t 1 f i-" ," f/ '\ :a .. Stor"e,

.,' : Across The-Riverv--- Portsmouth. N.-IL...wb reOioffi .rfijV ----_ .. ..---, _. _.v. ___.___ i- -,'-..____ _..
to : be attached to the prison ship Ns. 1017 Av4. D. Mlami'FlaI
; .\ !' Southery, some particularly attractive sites for
The assignment ,was, regarded as adgntpllment

; 1Will.,repair..lyoiir engine i on .short;:notice.. i here dreamed to the for, chaplain a moment, ,and that noMe both residence and ,business par- Moll.TO 1Mb I

Expert; Gas Engine; &Men.: 'We\: carry 1es17He Blcoald; be was construed described in by any the other om. poses. An investment in Miami i real

;. 1 dynamos, coils,. plugsbatteries" ,, wire,; chaplains.as one of. the 'best and' most use-r.i estate is safe; sure" of. quick' returns :,- _

t. '*. screws, switchesv; -" -: ., .- i. II I r 'On {
:, -" .. ; ,, ,..... : A Lively. Tussle :/ Shnr. tor Long,1uneE
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!: '- : that old enemy of the;race'Co.. x
; lupatlon, often'ends 'In appendicitis. .JOHN ,B. REILLY J, f.1 / Payments
f : ri> avoid all serious trouble with stom- INGRAHAMJ I)" : .1,

!e. .L't O f.t10.: .n'Em" : 1' ; seb rttwI.'liver Ufe and Pals Bowels,They..take perfectly Dr. Xlq'a regnWe -. .Agent:.'Fort Dallas Land Vice-President Fort Dallas: c

,,' . ... ., ._ g t these'organs without' pain 1 ,Company. Miami Florida.. aridlCd.JSt; .AugusHne. Y J.
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";1-Our New York Correspondent. -Tells About Them. The Clothes

r' That ire to be Used and the Styles That In t of i
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'1; Will -be Fashionable. .. ;. '. f' :

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New York April 7.-Will skirt1ttI4Anit Dimities made up In Empire or Princess Thousands r B of dollars;; worth'of ; ,;
he worn again this season! styles are charming for the shirt goods to be sacrificed order.to"red ourimiriensek
Tils Is the question asked me the ,waist suit to be worn u house gown r k I

other and Judging'tjjr day Indeed.tha they, mbers will be shownJpthe worn or afternoons.small informal Flowers affairs gauzes on,summer ribbons stock| Fvery one knows our policy is to carry no goods over from season to season.Any(1iing !

ahop.and the treat variety of are effective garnitures for these

.mutable woman most material t.. going on exhibition to. hare several, every dresses. a a ( will sell !if you will make the price low enough -and}in I this sale we offer '

For anJ!afternoon frock 'a. graceful i
of them.
I Pique are going to'be worn both model was shown In which tucks and at. abjurdly low prices the best class of goods. Goods of natfohal reputation i fnll I
for the smart I moraine frock with a plaits were used with good effect In '
'UIa1ao for the shirtwaistnit the waist the tucks at the back and !
jacket .
proper.* The majority of the new those nearest the front are stitched makers most every one know to be the best. All merchants hate to sell goods at

piques show many;style of cording; to the lower edge and the rest end |
and pattern and are are'so woven at'yoke depth the closing being at a 'sale but in order to reduce stock and turn goods into cash ti has ;
sow that they became well adaptedto the let: side The neck was cut out + to drne
finish. Although outline disclosing a pretty :
tailor cut J 1 and In fancy
.white -piques i care; so,much favored plastron. A standing collar finishesthe occas bny] Our stock is larger and better than ever, and in order to reduce stock. '
those la colors are hardly seen at allis neck and the short sleeves' are
the fashionable ""make-ups. The drawn In under a narrow band. A as.qJfckly
. trimming most to be ue<< Is the eyelet crash belt give a pretty finish to the as possible the prices have been cut MUCH, .LOWER than ever before
embroidery, Hedebo or DanisS cutwork waist'' The skirt was made with ) '
which promise to he u popular eleven gores and the seams to yoke t
.as the Htrdlnger of last season. depth are made In Duchess style
. stitched to straps underneath. Slightly
A smart detlga on'the blouse Eton gores sections ark Inserted at the Alfred Benjamin and Snellen- ;
. atyle was developed :white pique side and front seams are laid- In plaits & Blooms Mens Pants : .
trlmaced'wlta' dIn a of embroid that flare In fan frog As this was
ery. The waist was made In blouMjle Intended solely for ho sewear there berg ClothingTwo JIgParagl I |
with a doable breasted Test and was a considerable a train but I are the absolute best in'the
fronts to .form rev- the model would be just as effective '
rward Bands turning of embroidery, ,decorate without the train and more pleasing o, the most famous makes in the U.suit no tailor could give '

the erL coifs of the short sleeves and rev perhaps to most women. & Fty guaranteed you a better fit ors\ weares $4. 95 ..

ers and colliur. The graceful skirtIs with S. as to style, fit or wear. $14 90 8.00. 7 oo and 6 oo pants_for.' -
of the popular circular shape .. ..
two seams the'one at the center of While linens and piques are worn 25.00. '20.00, i&oo suits. The 'very thing for business wear Good
for mournings and dimities In the afternoon
the atyle.front:This being'slut'should made be In about Dutchess five flowered organles and muslins Such aslimported!! worsted fancy flannels, colors; and good wearersserges

yards and a 1 half round with only are par excellence, the materialfor ('.broad cloths, .etc. .L 5,00, 4 50 and four dollar $3 ,5

.enough fulness Inverted about box-pleat' the waist the to have evening been lavish gowns In; 'the and grace the makers lines. 16.00. II5" ooand fourteen $11 I 1.90s. I pants for . . . ;. .-. .'t t

"arm feck.Hedebo. ,an '"'' I The waist was developed irom Irish suits fcr"-. '. . . . and .
lace with bolero fronts and backs of i 3 50 3 oo pants I for :2 95
;with a pretty embroidery weave or pique In pmblnatlonI was used the organdie edged 'with lace. Tht These Ore| finely made and the very thing Fully two hundred [patternsto $2. 5

I i ,for,a second example of shirtwaist neck wag made low and the sleeve bu hess wear. Not such to select from,'forBoys' ,. . . :
of the nine gored were of elbow length from which fall $6 90 .
> ault The skirt was a quantity{ l left. 12 50. 10 oo

I order and at with each an side[Inverted. which box-plait,Is made back.ln of lace were the *finish.*I* and 9 00 suits for. . .. pants divided; our entire stock(

Duchess style[to yoke depth and the Open neck and short, sleeves are thecharacteristic I I c" '
'A | suits. These '
front gore has an"In-set". .of embroldevry traits 0\the new' shirtwaist will bold in order close $4 90 into 3 prices 60c.. 90c and$ ..20 .
reach from the belt to' the suits. All the skirts except to 0 '.

i foot.simulates The the waist Duchess by means effect of and tucks a those, are Intended made for with more short ceremonieswear skirts ",at. 4:) : ..,. .o. . .. 20 per cent. disc on all boys do l ingShJ

I panel ;rout;of embroidery decorates' I graduated In that shortness accordIng _.
[the Jroat gad 4!the.cuffs of the'" same' to the use to be made of the dress
i trim the'long-close sleeve. I Low shoes ,tan. gray the again : t
orr &
1"| popular white will be worn over beautifully Shoes Our biggest stock is in our shoe departs -

Lines,I have' written before UI ._worked,.t*"vMTig,..._ Tucker .-, Shoes Shoes.
A> be extremely fashionable ant 11J'OII' will be worn. by those who dislike the m ,ment and we have been known in Miami : t
I dress have It throat and In case It U well .
I have but,one new open any .
\ made of linen. The fruit t tint such to have one with each drew *o mad to carry ,not 'only the ]largest: stock but the1. ,
aa,cherry strawberry, current, are for In this climate so changeable the Shoes t
shown, but pink blue and apple green open neck'dress' Is often Impossibleeven Shor ,, best wearers and BEST fitters in the city. Shoes ;
with white a* their leader;I are the In the summer and especiallythe ,Sf1rs
There are also evening
moat called for colors.
some beautiful ,tint"Of.Ivory and I _
cream that will be much In.demand la-' The little fancy boleroes of silk

ter. Blue in the linen season.was used for a very simple chiffon adjunct or to lace those are light a "happy weight thought"dressesto W llOver, Packards, Edwin: OappKrippkndorfLadih.; 1 '

shirtwaist suit and lace motif be worn on cooler days'ud evenIngs. | Keith'sand Shoes r
were used for i tts decoration. "theshirt .. Some are fastened to'the waist, Shoes fx f
; of the design 1
like new'
many '
but many are detachable making "other'makes f-ji. i
showed plait la It* construction pine them thus far more serviceable and i 200 pair of Edwin Clap Knppendorf ,Jadie shoe, an ;: U nt"i
stitched to yoke -'
ed la groups and often the whole effect of assortment to choose from.' '
changing Packard'
WalYOter and Keith's and famous $ ,OC
Intended .
\depth This skirt which wa short IB the dress,'a'pleasing feature If .ODe 'other mike Shoe noted a* $7 hoes at.$5.JJ Worth $3.00 aad : .....$2.1.5
for street wear: was quite ot *txd baa. 'but one gown. ,, -,. $3.50 an .S4.00 seller to fo at.: .,$2, .95 A few'LacUu. 11gaSboe*. '
measurement $195'
length but had a The waist These 'change'effect" necessariesOf = ,, "'- j worth 250 and 3.00 forBier ..... ..,..
about tb'1iottoaL dress:should receive a good deal of men'shoes,to close Clapp shoe are noted line of ladles white ox t4) ftr=
rn* of the, plainest cut with Imaginable'butprofusely the lace of attention from'every woman 'wno Btlg'lin. ...:.......... :......:::.$1.95,. t for style and wearies: f rd.tocloleatI.35.S2.45at... .:r'-J
decorated mart economize for additional cobIan f v quality and they cost .i -
motifs. Elbow sleeve and a aUk belt and cuff, belt, bolero, etc. an' 4 : l l more to make ia the fac All shoes not. on safe
and stock of white silk completed thcostume. the poor woman' God-send In the. Chi I dren's Shoes and tory than any otter shoe .
,.. ,in United States I 1
matter. of nice. dressing. today :
S. and shelves
on to go at
S5 ,
Llnea.Is also:liked for., the yacht- Diamond-brand five dollar
nit hi.combination with'brll4oru&meDU For the shirt-waist suit during the shoes to jo C1 AC

and cord ,lacing... Tb.aJaoa14ers' between seasons many are made of 95C fpfl.00, and $1.25 shoe,,95C for.. ............IPJ.JM\ 1 noper
are long 'glvlag plenty 01, shower proof foulards, which by .
btu the arms Rhea: used for: the new process used la making them 1.25 'of tt40$1.50, $L60 shoe|.25 -
Bit KMS die III -
portS and, athletics. ,A removable have become.more. serviceable and .
elol fin la the open neck. and marl a gown made of this material .would I l.45fox. 17542.00, s2 sa>hoe*|.45 lMther Md MM! .cent discount
i nsed*with.;or:without a Ugh eo&I I also, do for next winter's wear, a* !( ell widths
".. A noverIde' T"tSe'closing'ofklrt well; Another fabric that win be -- t" "'
oa'each: side of the front widely,used this summers the chiffon I "
u.e of ,the:skirt, .while the fulnesstthe taffeta. '
J ,
back ts taken up by aa Inverted ", ... MensShirts ., Trunks Men's
: and suitcases '
jDyer ,tJI.'Ik1rt'the blouse ,
pxn-pleaL'ardraifr.. and .sailor sleeves A IImple gown developed from thin : i "
an '
I sags- last 1 material'was 'fet'made elaborate n's ** John' B. Stetson: and tCnox '
at"the wrists under. a plain, 100 'm. ,flne.shl.rts. ,in assorted -.
enough for an but the most formal Jr
I 5 and 6 dollar hats
;affairs.:A fitted lining"support Pf.ttems.; mostly,Man, 4 35' :;' '.
:y" a ; to close '. .- .-. .
at .
styli eolor ed the waist.which 1*' laid la- fin* hattan, Royal Palm, are> j" :
ayoa'asr many $20.00 trunks and suit case for flKJS : ',
tucks attached to a round yoke above I
-doiAotbedegelvedtbero"tlst which shows' the shallow tucker and :'worth po.aiid 250 '1':45: l lfJJ $1800 trunks and suit cases.for $1140 Young Bros.. 3.oo ands ;3.50 ,
v which;'aseetlfon to beVhlte''there Is ample aOBJ -- standing collar I The sleeves are laid .Closing price.. .,.. ; shoo trunks and Alf ot
[ proof; for the'dn"maktar par la shoulder tucks,puff from '::'and below, ,,-finished the* gathered with ,Big Lint oCMajesUcShirts. !+ Ii$10.,00 trunks and -suit cases for $7.95 JOT; .i'c*; )( ... .2; 85 !. :
tashlooabte costam- trunks
-oar'most $8 00 and salt cues for $5.40 : '
a 'top' putt- Tbe'"m .! sh-flare 'skirt a "I.. I 1 )
,ire,full>ot white:models and .are 1*: ot seven gore'"cut.,1 fitting closelyat :to close|out. ,I I (i O' ,' $5.00 trunks and rait cases for. $3J5 nil. straw; bias ai, ;

> :outran hki gowns unprecedented for 'occasions.nnmot the top."wtth. a I measurement of :m>\t. .fci* "'.,! !,. ,! ,, .; $3.50 trunks and suit case for $180 20 per cent discount .:
about six yard at the bottom.'ne 5l
the fnvdettt.insteriu yorl

s'bt'.fh; PertlanaMawn white* faDer costume'embroidered'Is further band decorated around by the a :Swcetrr and Railroad:Overalls' worth 75 cents C\r\ ; l ,"
Invariably BOY shirt waists shirts
ground_. u almost kwQttew* the most yoke.from' ; which! extends "tabl'four for. ri. .. .. ... .-. Vi. '.. . . .OUO ;. -: boys boysScliven
flower Inches deep; and about the skirt'I* '" ,
1 l conventional atteras llr delicate design, eta I I another*,band and Jab six Inches- Elastic-Seam drawer-sworth seventy-five. 6uC washable, 'suits j". :

't'eaVdoe few colored Perlawaa.though above the'footPbrthet for. . ... ?-. '
see a i l'' binding-or'llcbt .colored -cents_ .* ; . to at .20 cent ,
they-are by.jxoi 3 toon.u.m go discounf
beautiful Inpattera ot col- skirts 'a mercerized braid la a',large |? Only thresothea b ? per. !
shown.1 It 1 softer, ,
The line of color are *

r"pthetrwbite are particularly, used* for,the lighter.woolen'orlinen and more"'brxfffli durable for'than summer.the Oar stock is saJarge.that'we: cannot in this space give prices on all goods. We ask: that you! give us' a' ;

blouse : : .so..hijTTDn'the shoes b* -
and allthe thin fabrics dreasandnot call before buying as we guarantee to save you many dollars in your: purchase .,'
P'lawn! the shirred 'modes WOULD'ADMIT"-7' '. '*.I a c\CASH and CASH ONLY goes at these prices r
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rnkrtlcularly effective;and a very 'h ;A a j
*od wig developed In a white ..,.' ... '
lgered u *ioeU with Its shawl 6-The bffl latrodne-
sr and euffa of valendeanes lace. ed In the House 'of! Commons last
foundation of the Wrt'wa. comd mouth and aiming at l ithe removal of
of,'*'. so" -' tiMwWrat gore the I embargo on therImportation"ofCanadian ,
ed.apanel.edat'into, a.hip cattle, wni come up for a =
? to which was attached by means second' reading today aDd an Interesting -
<< Wrrings aa our debate is expected:' The' supporters
HMdVwlth'a sUght.traln: The of the measure Include several
1st was shirred model having aTV Camdlaa members. -There" I*.every h- ,j
and shawl coHM Wd the sleeves hope that the bill will eventually pass iQ"TWfiHST -. 1:6 : Mj Mift
''put into the arm hole with .the lower House hut It is feared that '22 : : r R A ;
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i of'shirtings and1'finished with "..1I'Ulbe, defeated la the. House" of I 52,- --
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F: : 1 ;' Discussed Other New York "Ul_ .,ta all.....MM*aa4rssii ,
: :: ate r 1) j f j/ N .; Y \i'r'j ::; $/ Matters of Interest .......1MI1tISM..._1aSu'" NJlallaf.N .

L Nt i GapltaI'$27:300.&Swpllls 350000. Deposits over 200000.00, Brought Before the Public. ...lOe ftII&_.. ..... ... :

.. t i a. a. ZTOCR .. r. ATKD $OX
& AtklnsotlAttorneys
Seymour '
New York. April 7. The public or buildings, they feel no Interest in '

I t Statement at-the close of busing s, February have been, very much Interested In the lands they visit. and nOne on the and

the treatment of Mr. Jerome of the la- land they leave. j Cow isclors At Law.

t 23, 1 1906, as reported to the ,State Comptroller urance'men' .whom the Howling De'rhe -r j cUl MMtiM. I..to d9U' vncttc" *U an MW '
.. Y( of the press hare been demaz 4. The theatre manager hate pricked BUM a.t fttetal .T,

j lug be sent to prison or set to workon up their ears a* the tidings; of Mme. Rooms 5,6,7, Frissell Bldg.,Miami:
: Bernoardfa experience with
Blackwell's Island. Equality before ooran '
; t1 to town. Instead otoelng I "
ienu have come
1 the law I* what they are all shouting, :' driven out of business by the 'G. A. "WorleyAt f

Resources but how can'there be equality before trusts churlish act in refusing her any .

.r r ., r' the law? To catch a tramp, and convict theatre in .the South she's right in It, 'orne at Law

.... ..Loans, and discounts-- .;... ; .'. 1.' .159851.13. him of theft and send him to *uusiness o to speak of her, having theatrical done circle the largest She :310):. Twe ftb i St,- Miami, .Florida:

Real Estate owned. ... :;. 17,531.91 prison Inflicts but little punishment upon la* made a, discovery not only for

b-. I Furniture and fixtures .. .. .- -' : .: 3,115.25Current him. He finds delight in It In some I neiseU but for all the' profession. Geo.- M. 'Bobbins"
: *' : .Jt respect, for he has now that he is in that discovery, is, that to have a ,
: expenses. -. .., .-vf- .;.f-- 1,261.83 quod, a roof over his head with good !House that house cannot hold an actor usv1U..P1a. -

z \ 1U.S. food, and he la safe from all alarm*. '< &. W secure a tent; that a good periormance Attorney and Counselor:
Cash Account for the' walls of stone are thick and can be given in a tent. ana .
r; trong. He is not kept awake by pangs 'I a an audience that couldn't get within 'At Law <

'.. ; : Bonds ';'.r. .-. .'. .. .'. . .$. 2,20.00 of conscience, nor doe he worry about 'sight of a theatre door';; that thedrawing win.(artk.rHudson.alI Costa, tats s.d 75m),
what the public think about him. of a teatjis far superior
". Due. from Banks. '. .--. ., . 58379.50 Indeed he know that'the public Isn't to power that of a theatre and .that t '.;
,< Cash inrVault 1 ;. :>. .:;*.\ .[. 39,9 J"29: "' ''',''. /I giving him a thought he'. too obscure. 4 tent can draw audiences!that couldnot & BoggsAttorney :.

t Total available cash. ".'.. . ... .51. 100521.79 But take the rich man. On the mer- possioly be accommodated within
;.. :,,a: .a: :aW : eat suspicion ,of wrong doing, whichmay .au. 9 here are important dlscover- ''I at Law" '
.. : 282,281.91)1 never be established he becomes Lee to have made for the theatrical I ..
J ; Liabilities I a flaring picture before the public at profession. A trust can't possibly preempt Townlef,Buildinf,- Miami, Flood f

; ..._. : once-and continues such for month all the desirable stands for a ..
; .. I I .'
and months, while the
II 1, newspaper are tent and if the play doesn't draw la T. SlAOUS. M. J)..
Capital Stock.-. . : . . ;. 27. 00.00 (. trying him and convicting him to their : one locality it can easilybe! shifted |I. ,

Surplus . ... . .. . . .'. !. 3,500.00 own from satisfaction.the effect on If we' may Judge u> another place .where theatre are OOo whfe a..0...*ftuaMr: J.e
many during the more plentiful and better) patronage MldMW sea StN. '
: 'Dividends not called for. r. . :. . .SL. 140.00 past few months, whom this treat. awaits the performance. The troupe U corm.rAT. C .

Earnings' accounts . . . . H. 1433.81 ment hat brought to utter prostration, + more independent, and there is spice MIAMI. FLORIDA. 'j.,

Bills payable.,. . .. . ;-. :. . IS. 25000.00 that with these health men ruined are we in hell must from suppose the of romance, which added I to the romance i s
the ideal ml
in the play bring
jACisoa 711
Cashier's checks . . . . .'. "fi. 994.18 very first moment they are accused part up to a high level I The enor-; ()11. ,, 1

Bank-, deposits. . . *. . ... . r. *- 9,85438 ..... and die. continue in the form until they I moan sum taken in by 11m;. Bernhardt i iI oma: '
If the
law clears them their re-
Certificates of deposit.'j.. 15732.68 iu tat Ions are blackened any way. I awakens the envy of all actor, but i for t B ISCAYNX BLOCK,ATX.OJ
her, !
cone of them wish to dent it to '
Individual deposits . . :. . . t": 198326.86 If convicted and sent to prison, whatto as they see that 'she has bene&tted' KUJO.. i rLOBXDA. .
the tramp is a luxury is to them -
I the profession in its entirely. The religious ,
,. I"* Ho?,-_ : a &S $282,281.91_ excruciating torture. There is no people have Invaded the city DR.t '
"r equality punishment at all in the with meetings held In tents, and, now B.RUSH.
: two classes. The point that Jerome '
: 'The State law requires that'a bank shall Eeep'20 per cent seeks to Impress upon the Mr.court .'e may expect to have |the theatre jrfflee II '-19tb street 'Pbo .4.. ;
1 people do the same. Even the trustmay
of Its'deposits in cash,, or with 'reserve bankil' This bank, as ;G; and public. Is that it U a much more be brought to It. | ellr',906 Ida 8U

: will be Men,by'the ""above ,statement;;, has ova 40 per cent. oft r serious standing matter'and prominence to accuse than a man it of t* MIAMI Pled

.- Us deposits avallableJri.cash..No.bank J ) in! the state makes ...... an ordinary knave. And In the matterof Mr. Carnegie's latest society. which ) .

,; setter showing;oris in a'better condition to. she its depositors ributions.calling and larceny paying Mr.of political Jerome con evidently want the languageneeds to, tinker with to the be!!> checked spelling of in Lilt; f.: 'Mull ,tt.,MD00.e ; ;

: think I absurd to thus des- order that the delight.afforded to the -
.l Jt *
... # .'U j# i,I Irnate' whahas; been done -for yean eye in the printed page oj: the English Booms a aad irrissell l'
; I' ,. without'question..Ify men'of'character spelling as It appear, on the printed '} Building
< i: \ I -- '{ Jo' t for.years "without any thought of of.fence page may not be extln=nished. Under loan: 10 um.toUm.Besideace ,. .o. .. .

: t. __ _-__ "f : ,_ "i1 __ .... _,. .... .... if_ '" t.. It looks/oo much like blackenag the work of the Conuy.Scot the types 816 Avenue U ,,
: that at present make th4 lock of the
fI -, I ties. peoplesreputation/ on a echn1eal1'1 I English language superior to that,of I

--I '.- ,. It'... .. .. .. '-- that iGeorg'*Nobody W.can Perkins think for thought he''any other will soon be j transformed 'FRED'RDTTEB.Qsmeral : .' '\\'!

i a I was committing larceny when he hand into outlandish and grotesque forms <
''edover. of the New York almost a* distasteful to the) vision as ,Contractor.t ;
money Wel
-- -- -- ,. .... '
:: Chinese
:::: ;: -! ; :nsurancp Company" to the Russian or Indian or GrsvdlMc.ilIcJDrUlMk.
I tive of a7 political party. represent&.1.1 types that distract and distress tie ', $.
: !. eye search ot pleasing reading. ,A W ,, 8adewalll' ;;
>" ) : .) .. ._ I' line' of English as she it .writ today --. .

dO County ;Ste1Bank ed Mfc AyContrasjing Jnteowtjat {h picture.]my moment wasp/ sent that means words and go right suggests along'business.and ."Jo 'their The W.. '/G. Maynard' ,

Tjit.a was arrested. A. boy of
Ourfeen" Vas;;Lent to a,'correctional intltatlon work while the new styU offendr,the OJtADUATB OPTICIAN ,#
word. jean take no '
at every One
r ? \m'f'| I > for three years for stealinga 'pleasure eye In the absurd looking character With. Maynaurd Jk Bon. J.w.lera'AIL. ,,,

Palm l Beach cent. But the stealing of that cent In twisted Juxaposltlon.. and the D 'sat i.r.r o.n. ;
West Florida ;
; N i ,< showed that the boy possessed thequlntescence.'of ; I
.. ; letters looking as they were not acquainted
1. the spirit of'theft; with each other and never GE .iL.' MCDONALDCOOOAXTJT ?
that he almost strangled a little girl to
would be. Let ua be allowed to keep '
get her penny away from her becausehe rill tShMf'!
td our trim symmetrical pleasing and
i. '
Sri 189 wanted to steal It ,He was a thief altogether satisfactory printed page krs,.i ,.M a./dt.Wq. f.i.1a a .--
I Oldest Bank in, ,Dade County.' Organized i i :. .. thoroughly impregnated with .dishonesty. without the distorted words .framed "Hi oBOv TLA.: :
.. and, he was .being taken :of letters that seemingly nave no relation ., '.
way;,for punlsbment'besturaed! ant
,... ." ,H t."":' .-\ ,;.t : :-. .., ">, ,," -_ '. laughed." Theft is theX "I* there anyrelationship' to each other. abominable That,!anybody word can I AL' Ell c..DXOAKMO
;>> ;: T. learn to spell'the W

Reportof (Condition March 5,1906 I :' Mif; bestowal'taking of between that penny that and boy's'Perkln's forcible after they substitutes have been for iquezed words in that to distorted we .A-rolaJLteot j : ,' .J

: of a contribution '
on a political
-!, : all familiar with II ridiculous. U { ;
r are
t & m : 7\ ,. party. f. '
Vi; : rResources 1 Carnegie were to go' the rounds of Roth Mimi Fla.
? his libraries and learn a new mlspell- Bn"i
(,, '
10 The hotel men are praying for some OTkeChapmanMoii
''' -l l'or ed word in each one of them, he would
', 1 '. ''s; ; escape for their hostelries from thesuicide" .
: ;. "', ..' -. >.:.o'. orget in hi* last library] the word he
: .' .
;; r >! r', ; nuisance. The land lord hire learned in the first one.
Loans':and Discounts. .,. . ." : . ., .$1 9.9 .61.a out his rooms to those that come, and iMiBRmesi
.,,:: ..._ .. when a suicide and '.
I comes deliver IllS : r. W. CHAPMAN. ProsC .:;,
Overdrafts: vrrrr.V.. i; -. : '';';-: ''.;- ": .09 eonpse, giving the room a gruesome "Visitors to this eltr'eePeetanr those !taw act MY. a.daI ".. the
z r say from rural region, surprised to see .w..... ...__
.and.qty.SCrID: ..... ; :.. .97 .26 appearance and scaring the servant are .... aN._ tie '-
1, i '': .9.c. ?' t hone-can going to and fro from n -G .c Pa1a _
.' C ... -.1 L tea @; Y i J Ctrl the;landlord wants! 16 I 1 know of rugs .-&&Me Oeu& 0uaJ"a.a.g wirl
.f -u deC untyJBonds. . . : . . :: ... 25,000.00 '. ;," himself why he has been distinguished lar routes of travel aad they Had ..act wistr..aM., .....,.
't I ... ..._.... ,
much amusement la the fact that a s ra
'qtherStoctanHBonds: . .. .. . F,7! ri \:001' from his fellows for such an Infliction ; '
'j ; <<:'".* .r 1. w \ t I I as that.:: A. COI'PtIII not an agreeableobject' city so ,large '.. this. still clings, to : t D.Iray.A..WGtahatn. rMa
BankIng House'andiFixtures.: .-. ;- ,ftlisOO.OO'"-- under thee.:best circumstances, the obsolete vehicle. There are aaay -
:;. but-when the'dead,body'Is;that ot a lines ;OII,; whlch oU-faahloaedhone- : ,
l- 'v' suicide it'Js' felt to.be -Infliction IW'tare used sad then, supply a seal
: +rri i J
i'Due'Frotnlbthe'r ;' that it has M far beea found ImJOlllba. t1'Ball
t 1rl.'t'R poof or4n rT'n.atiWli 'doa't the a a'ew ,
.. eserv ..: Suicide -select 'a place :to' sfiufle off to, supply.-Its-,ay other..wy..astroUyscouU ,b '" .
-7 i, :" :ft: this nortal coUla which he din not be $ introduced Jhelr 'Jj q.'ti .
Banks. .. .: $80,84550! "- .: j 'I' commode'-anybody.It.'would} seen stead &t'..... ;Two (,the.largest Ioa-.aia MIt1ra1lt I4.trakarrU

1 that tuae suicide would ... -.to make Uses ia the cIt erteaflag from oae ... n tt; '
CashlnVailte. . .'. .. : fanzii. '106.518:77.----: I hit.exit from the world as little objectlonable lad of U to. tMotJIer.larea.,1I'I estadwy : T.:0.MaMf,,'i. .
---t TOtaI.-: ... ... .. .4. as possible,bat this can hard aorse cars. iThe Btate Bailroad Comsalaaloa .. .
., ... iy.be xpeetdAfor.ih sulcMa.laaentlally as: is eoastderlar he Batter. oacomplaiat tvv* v+t( i\> :
,., selfish. and it is bata. alight of cttlseas. bat a rUe OB aaoUKashloMd 6t1T w>cwrH f
", f !') :' h"I !. matter'In1 his mind to expect other hors.teomtortable : ..
e, tiii *'I people to tab care of his b .I7.after one a maa' can flad lathe' 'l R IItI." ..., .s :
.. he has tired of it himself. cltr. \\'t-i* "
? .. 1.1" .' : > -t "t
I .; ;"J.. ... . . . .$40.000.00" ,t '" < ___, I'' -, OLD TOlD. 1 / ..'G PRt5TOItf'
: i;! .
': Surplus andjrofl: s. ., . -:. . { 18,242.37 : i' can It, lastated.tourist .abroad that the Is mofe expected' of Amer-to Eta, ..... .Tetter Salt. .I Itchiiei. J04 *: hei.;, ,P. 0..Box]
arhenf .
Worm Iteh.AD
-Dtyldends.Unpaid.--; .. . ... . :1. :-:::.;;-20.00 show.20.per cent Inere..._this,7earoyer" of these Herpeer.diseases are attended' '' *5.'ti,

teI .,Deposits- ". .;,.. ,--v.-. . . r".. ,246367.72 : persons last In"our'year.There population Is'i who class are aster of by Instantly Intense relieved itching by which.Is applying almost Cham, Emil I -' A."t1 .J,-'.tfhnd"- .' '

I Certified! .Checks Outstanding ... '. . . ':811.64 at;'rest then to They the flit Northward to the Southward the berlain's Salve and by] its continued i ,1 J Arc sllect' i
;i use a permanent cure may be effected. ,
\ 1 Total. . ... . .,. . .i--i... '305,441.73 they take a trip to the WfesL only to It ha, In fact cured many case that wort Beach ..
s" -
i' turn upon their step and go Eastward.. ha resisted other treatment Price
The spot they consider home knows 25 cents per box. For sale by an '
"f 'P1eu'-ua"tne this statement carefully andtcompare? it with any and sees them least As to Europe "druggist and Biscayne Drug Co. SRetti
\- of oar State Institutions:. This Bank is the onlr:Bank ia South Florf.,4athatcamoffer ? t they swarm over there in great mum It will not cost .youChamberlain's a eat to try 7 MerrUt&K
s abeolute protectioo'againsLtglary] Our vault is The steamships sail out of port fined Stomach and Liver : '
.s *'protected;:br; the famova American Bank Protection Co' fJClectrica1 '- i wtth;Americans seeking pleasure resorts Tablets; and they are excellent far :" .

;r ,I' 'dim Sntem.with Pintedar1irht alarm ia cie of "hold up." Be- I abroad." Steamer after steamer.largerr stomach troublQ.tIpaaoa., J. v'.CatatAm rL 0S
> rrvk1irv RnrrlTT Insurance !, > 11; *- i and taster than predecessors. Got a free sample at aQ
,ai4eIi Ira POlicy It1 f J their drugxlati or
"f i".f ; C,anr 12U St, >Itiimt:
""i ., .wi 4 .Lt j .... Lt : 1 bars been added to the lines, but Biscayne, Drag. Company; : :'Y- :
the pi ssenger lists are always full tiestateiooms :
We have ins.11e cu'a' Savings Department payingUper ceatAn deposits are scarcely ever empty. -,'The' ',cureeTthat: 'ataa'si't 'ttaTercfitffrtf : EiL| E. M.. :LAwl:
Ele" thousand emigrants landed la > BuckJea's Antes; Bairi "
Wnte for a COPy of ou Rules an4 egulations New fork In one day- last week*They wonder. n emd ') asxieaUfle t
) ; B. Jt MaJforO.Unsyneshoro. I
1Qthese accoul1tLl t'jgj | pomsrArtsetteWertcTh
"" .. D ., .{..Q. -, k # J !t rime over M*,; teeatiajvaltvtaM lectiirr far Jb Patnu1lf jitpbssbv. ,, f: t6bo6-.
1 1t. f ties, and 'came hereto dart new Pa., otc' atreKlafot .- ,_. .
: .: ?aCra+"1w'r.4o5x" .F d .rg xf ; C ".ui ... hocsM,::But,tk. tourist.start-bora piles thaw .... -.-j ,"'ftll2a .'

nowhere; they ft> over the Ma lust andealt rheum. OarBe at an deaf Itx.eulM .:
I to stare at other people or landscapes, With:.The Mootf M.isra

.' Yra

._ '_ ...... _t 1'. .,," .:r';;" ..:, .. "" '",, c -. .. .. .. ...."4 .... y',t _S.>a'.kra. .J2."i a.._ v:..: _. ..



-- .
ORDINANCE the streets, areatfes, or,public high':I' : : _' :- -' -_ .

A. + van of the dty of Miami, bare such, ,_ _._ __ _.--.:: ._.. ; ,.
,, ,.
I ,
vehicles or conveyance under perfectcontrol ---r---- -
An ordinance regulating th* use and y : I I ;
1eprofessions 1P peed of automobiles tocomoones motorcycle
t Sec 8. Upon approaching a
or other conveyance of a person

I use similar of the character streets and br relating persons to tiding the nues walking streets In or or upon[highways any of of the the ave city What'sJnside Goa IJ I-
''-.,: ./ I or,Be driving It ordained thereon.br the City Council other of )Miami draft or animal ai: horse*. whether or horses being or I I ;

ridden.. led .orj driven upon ,aU i '
of the city of Miami: ,
..tts'.oa .. E/a.t Section 1. That It stall be unlawful streets' avenues *r highways the per!I ""* kj t Fl'g i 1 1 .
iny ,
or J
eon operating such"rehlcle
ATTORNEYS AT LAW for any person or persons to ran or :

.w..ta.0.....pststs. ,..r.1MWIIN..t. ....- cans comobile* to, be motorcycle run any automobile or other conveyance .lo conveyance give ample., as au4 above autlc1ent': described signal shall or:I ?:Many; a; to! puts on :a brave", face'-and hides: cheap .I inside
... "
vgts .I warning of Ks -Approach:] and shan I : Y \i f \ f fi ,* WGrfo
vehicle by
.... TIlle&.' or propelled any such other reasonable precautionas 1 ,
.00.O&M. Mists nIa.E. power other than muscular power, ,
to Insure the saftety of any person '
I -
excepting such motor vehicles as ran "
be or;J''the safety of any horse :::or,. \< [
that may 1' /
rails or tracks .
.E. MTMOC E. r. ATKSSOK; upon horses or other'draft' animals and to .
,41 inside '
used for locomotion In. on, over or upon "'r -, THE Of construction are not often seen but they re
Seymour &:'AtkittsottAttorneys : any of the streets avenues; or prevent"'Sec. I.frightening Any'Person.the operating same. w.any\ i j t ; :.. as important as are granite foundations to a brick block. They
and other public highways o! the city M ; r \ give the garment and character and the differeneeWft
:' UlamLnnless such automobile or otherconveyance such vehicle or conveyance, as aforesaid r jstabilitr/ :
Counselors At Law. as described above hall upon the streets or highways of F) a few cents in the cost of these inside details shows in two or thr.eeweeks. _
the of Miami shall at the request "- The '
Ia.n-.u. be licensed equipped and ran manned city: ; trimmings workmanship of Schloss garments are -;
,cial stns elO .
wan u. 74ml and controlled as hereinafter pro or on the signal by putting 'up the V the best that money can secure. The mere lining cost'the makers
land from peftnn leading or
a riding
Rooms 5, 6.7. Friuell, Bid;.,Miami I II vided.Sec. 2. That aQ automobiles or driving a restive; hone or horses or from 75. to $1.50 a yard against 2Sc to 60c that other linlng-rin',
other conveyance as above described. other draft' animals bring such motor other makes-ccmt Its simply the difference between something
G. A. Worley than by the owner or person having ear or othef,-convey ance, as above good and something cheap between the best and a make-shift
I the same in his custody, managementor described Immediately to a stop; and between perfect construction and cheap work. Schloss linings Ire

,Attorney' at Law book control kept be for entered that purpose of record by In the a It to traveling such a person IlL |ib riding opposite leading direction or It only one among Schloss i superiorities. Cl th.findin .;cutti c andtai

310J Twelfth St.;MUmU Florida city clerk of the city of Klamllho".jIq driving such restive horse or horses, ; S bring are all' of the same standarderery the best. << money can buy
the name of the manufacturer or .other Jraft anlmals. remain ala ,, '
: I '
-! lonary so long is maybe reasonableto .
amount of horsepower seating capacty.
Geo. M. Robbins used and allow such horse or animal to pass;
kind of motor power
Tltuevtlte.ru.Attorney owner or agent having the,same In Us and If traveling in the same direction, .. ;

and Counselor such custody: automobile, management or other or control vehicle; and as I passing use such then reasonable thereafter precaution such horse In $8.00: to J

Law or animal asUto further
At above described shan then be numbered prevent $20
W1H,snctlct all C.sra. Eats a4 F4 n', as directed by the city clerk Tightening, prptlded, that the same
and lettered with the letter ")I" and In case such hbrie or animal, appear
such number or numbers and letter badly frightened, the person operatr
Hudson & Boggs. shall be furnished by the owner or lug such vehicle or upon request so ,
: agent of any such vehicle or conveyance to do. such person so operating such
Attorney,at Law as above described and shall be vehicle shall cause the motor of the i
same to cease funning so long as may
hung from the same In such manner
Townler Building, Miami. Florida as to be plainly risible from the rear I be reasonablyj-.tecessary to prevent I iI "f
further said horse
affixed stamped or printed letter thereon not less In I animal to frightening prevent accident and to In or' Schloss clothes are not too good for'you; the price ciI '
figures and ;
figure or .
!. fiBAfi4f1. L D. safety ,
the of others '
sure ;
: .J' ,
Inches In height and .
.,.. a than three (3) t
...wtta 14 doss namserMtfeSttMt two (t) Inches in width for the letter Sec 10. In pane of accident to any
1-'.-w and for each numeral before any person"or property on the streets or is what you'always pay. Let us show you the styles
other highway?of the city of Miami .
CM.M At"* C inch automobile or conveyance '
IKIAVf. .. rLOBm-- or vehicle as described above shan dueto, the operation thereon o: any -
be run or cause to be run upon any I such motor vehicle or conveyance; as I I
Dr. James M. Jackson Jr. of the'streets, avenues or other above describe,4.the person operatingsuch I :
highways of the city of Miami Pro- vehicle shin stop and upon request Ij ;
of the person injured or from any j
Tided That the person or persons
otftI CArw ZdI I 51. Eva An.B
owning controlling or managing person pre8t'aU give such person his
.OMNS&eBaloMBal any such conveyance or vehicle as name and address and If not the owner
above described who has or have of such !rehlcle. then IlL'such 1
eolrs3a4aa7aall.a.DR. paid a license In any of' the States event shall give the name and address R. W. hodes i
T other than the State of Florida aha of such -bwner.
W. B.RUSH.Offloe paid a city license In any other Sec. U. Ai| automobiles or other
city of the State,of Florida shall upon conveyances M above described for
07-Jttt street,Pboae tt.BwidMM.MtUBt. the exhibition of suck license be hire shan besubject; to the same It- 1-
exempt from the requirements of this ceue charpe&a4 regulations now U
section for the period of tea (10) days force or that Way: hereafter be provided Clothier and Men's
auK.n..L after such automobiles or other conveyance for in the regulation of backs cabs,
as above described shall and ether vehicles! soliciting business
have been brought.Into this the city and patronage;:on the streets of the '

:' J. D. F. Mllett.M.D.Offlee of Sec.Miami.* That the_ city clerk of the city See. 12. It m.shall be the duty of the I Don't forget the Number: 322 Twelfth Street Miami Florida r

: Boons S aad 4rrissell city of Miami shall be paid by the operator or river of any such conveyance .
vehicle as above described or of i ,
Building owner or agent of said or conveyance .
Bonn 10 a.m. to Ii( m. S to I p.a as above described a fee o' any person driving any hack cab om fi
R.ifdese.14110tb street.' twenty-five: (tS) cents for, recordingany nibus or other] vehicle of any nature ;
such vehicle or conveyance u whatsoever' frij: any person riding a r +...:,
FRED'BUTTER., above described as required In See. horse or other;animal,or'a bicycle. .

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'' O..rat'Coatractor.. See. 4. AH conveyances or vehiclesas -person :
above described shall be equipped operating or riving any such automobile '
t CnuMn with one good horn gong or bell and or othey,;.conveyance or vehicle, I :
/1 Blasting.Walls Drilled..Sidewalk shan show between the hour of sun. as above described, or driving any The Fort Dallas National lBanK F "
, I set and the boor-of, ,sunrise, iwo (2 hack cab omnibus or other rehlcle
" lights,. showing a white light at s of any nature whatsoever or any '

; f W. C. Maynard distance of Three Hundred (300) feet person riding|any animal or bicycle t :.: tl 'i I'J @: !i ahead and shall show a red light affixed to go on the right hand side of the .. ; i ; !, r;; I, V' /1--- }': t':;" >
CRADUATC&PTICIAN to the .rear of said, vehicle orCOtlYe'I.Dce street In solpasslng'such person. .> t ,f ", ;" ,J v '1 {J. ,/ 'q I
" 4 With Maynard Son. J.w lr* as above described; such Sec. 13. That any person violating 6774: : !
rear 'light'to be unobstructed from any provision of this ordinance shall .
t AmrD 1itt.P.tOmaGEO. behind by any portion of said reticle. be pnnlshed*by fine, not exceeding I- ; s.

t. Sec 5No such automobile or $10000 or ojt. Imprisonment not exceeding .
L. MCDONALDCOCOANCT other vehicle or conveyance as above CO days or by both such fine :

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hnytaga 4 ..Wlw\41q Lug. a eplda2tJ.J highways of the city: of Miami by any Sec. 14. !!that all ordinances or ..... ., '> ,
OBOVI. FLA. person under the age of 18 yean '. parts of ordinances, In conflict! with I f"i
'-.J Sec. 6. That it shall be unlawful the provisions hereof be and the .
or uT person or,persons to,run or same are hereby repealed. ".'' l. 1 ", '
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WALTER cause to be run any such vehicle or [ shall take '
; | conveyance.as above- described" on effect after;.publication .1 required \J Report: of condition! onA April 6lh.# 1906. as ,reported to '{
any of the streets avenue or other by Section ,,20 o: the Charter and the "
"T highway within the city limits ol the .lapse of tlmfe required for penal ordinance the Comptroller of t the Currency-Condensed
Are. UiamLTIa city of Miami at a rate of speed greater byA Uhe same section. :
1210 ,C than ten (10) miles per hour from I, Passed ,this 3rd day of.May, A. D. ,
the hour: of sunrise to the hour of 1906. j|| j .
TheChapman Mouse sunset or at "a rate of: speed greater' gf F. H. WHARTON
than eight (I) miles per boor betweenthe ::President City Council.. ResourcesLoans ,
IF.W. CHAPMAN. Prog.' hour of sunset and the ,hour of Attested: Jno. R.. O'Neal ,
SaM* tut Me *>r. a.cw.7 Iks w kClH t "
Provided That notwithstanding Ij Deputy
St.a sloe t4_fOCt.Of a M.a brOW sunrise. city Clerk
.. tIt ml OEM.. Math Ommal... f\m.tM JIea',M eM.u the above provision It shall Approved iil 3rd day of May 'A. and discounts . ........ ... .... .....!...,". .$422,070.60
vtawr ..a...mmomu4 .. _.__a1'1aii be unlawful for any person or persons D.. 1908. &' .
t s4 b .U.g'aaf.g w ec-a M&IIIaa' to run or cause to be run any Overdrafts, secured, ...... .. .....::............ ...: 18,747.78
DIray. Florida such: .vehicle or: conveyance: a* above
described,1 111.-onr or upon any of U. S. Bonds, and premium. .... ... .. .;..... .. ........ 71,000.00: .

A.W. Graham, the highway streets within1 avenues the city or limits other of pubUo the, Other stocks and Bonds.. ........................:... 41000.00 ,.;

Contractor'and Builder city'of Miami aa aforesaid.- 'any' Banking House.-: 50,000.00 ,
timeat' than
a rate of speed greater

Sttlrfactloaj OaaraatH4. la proper,, or reasonable-even if less Due from banks and U. S. Treasurer .... .... ....... 74,657.92)
than ten or eight, miles per boor- .hL k'y

*!.lit j. N sfM..c.....S..tour...........t. ,a"...._postal N r...aM st.a I having due regard to the .use"and Cash in ......., .. .. ...... . .. 47,758.83 't
call aM -r-I'. .bot et, 1 'aaL.I'1a. traffic of the highway or so as to
endanger. the Ufe or limb of any person 4t vault..1 $725,235.13.w
or the safety ot any property in .
*j l Expert Typewriter ,'. the city of Miami or In a reckless i .
. manner,' showing a disregard. or In Liabilities J.
!'i Repairing a manner any way Indicative of a disregard i
of the rights of others usingor :

,! ; iv. C. PRESTON, highways having the right the city to use of said Miami public as it Capital. . .. .. ... .... ... .j.. .:.... .. -..... ...... ... .$100OOO.OC .
304 9th St. P. O. Bo:311r 6 ,
& 1. > 1 __ _- -- aforesaid.Sec 7. That It shall 'be unlawfulfor t Surplui an4 undivided profits..... .. ......... .... . .. 6766.6 'j

i. | Emil, A. Ehmanni any such person vehicle or or persons conveyance operatingany as r National Bank Notes .... .... ....:." ."';"..".... . . .- 52,000.0( .f

above described to run. any such vehicle DEPOSITS . . ..: ... .. . ...".:":.:.... .. .566468.4:
.. Architect or conveyance In turning any > .j
, street corner or sharp curve, or over I $725,235.1, '

).'. 'f| West Palm Beaoh, Florida any bridge or !fill, within 'the limits I ,,
1:' of the city of Miami at a rate of speed
greater than four nines per hour, 'l
r j Merritt Kolb further. It shall be unlawful for any _

! t Real Estate, Rentals, etc. operating such person such or persons vehicle so or running conveyance The Fort Dallas! National Bank offers to all customers old and. nw very

e 4t.tes MtMoedAre. as above described to turn any The ruin is over and while yen bare favor consistent; wIth sound anklng ideas, and every accomodatidn Ineeping
street corner or sharp Fla. with their
12th Miami.
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any bridge or fill. or pass over any he tim tdrop In and take a leek at I. ,

Intersection of or crossing of any other our fineline'"y of Woolen Dont faro '
\\ ,DR. E. M. LAW street within the limits of the city
of Miami, without first giving full get the place! ,j I
DENTIST and due notice by use of said horn ; I .
gong or ben or to fan at any time .d 9N SEWELL. IRQ Wm. M.Drown President i 600. R. 6omph.
Finley Building to hare said vehicle or conveyance paHeadquarters j ashier
Artistic Work- Thoroughly under perfect control the same at a for smart TaIlor nag i I .
# Executed rate of speed exceeding 4 miles pea t.'
hour and shall at 'all while J3S' Twelfth street Biscayne Bloet
With, Th. Moat. ...Mia. trn AaaUanca: times on -
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.5:. ..;!t:;: : ,wring the sessi n'of l legislature of lg6i i. Hon. Hudson Burr introduced in the House.of Representatives a bill fixIng railroad fates: .at. : N. : f l

,:;r three. cents per mIle in thiS Ste. b 7he..bill was properly referred to the CommIttee on ,Railroad! and Telegraphs! : where after ., .1
;,, -,.. : ... .'. .. ;. hearang'e"ldenct" and careful consideration the committee reported the bill back to the hObse, "That lt, do not pau." When the'bill ,
'u r- came up on its second reading the Chair an of the Committee moved to indefinitely stone the bill; as]was the custom for the Chairman "
:",' ':j-_' of any committee to do when the committee's report was against the passage of the bdl. He stated !among other'' things, that the .
r railroaJ Commission was;at* hat'ery tithe considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per.mile. That the railroad ,Commission .- A .

.:. .' did 'not//['wish theje'gislature'to) interfere, and:further stated that.if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthelone: thousand mile book which
O '1 was then sold at'125.00 could be'sold for|$3o.oo, and further stated.that the Committee had reason to s believe that if the rate was
:'. : x i fixed'at three'cents per:mile by:statute l la<\r r an would be made to-repeal the law creating the railroa1 commission, on the grounds,
: that as the law had' fixed therate the commission would have nothing to dC'Vlth this teport they] House Committee, who had
made the investigation, and other information before me. I took ,the position,that the railroad commission would fix therate, at three
;;. .cents, when it would stand the test of th ;courts, as the U.S.Supreme Court had long since decided that all 1 quasi corporations i 'was entitl-
\ ed to a reasonable interest on their invejiCment, and. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses were. I preferred to leave it
with the people who did know and who had been elected for that purpose, so voted against the.bill. When the bill came up in the Senate
':- .. a big majority of the Senators eviaentlyihought[ as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote of iSto 10. Senator Carson of r
Osceola County'who, I am sure had as t uch to do with creating the Railroad -Commission as any: other! man. and"whose father-in-law,
yr" Hon. J. M. Bryan was a commissioner .It; that time, voted against the bill, and I am sure he didso, because "thought it should be left t_
:-. .. : <' to the commission and that he had reascm to believe the commission was then considering the question I In Senate_ Journil page .999. "
; .!: Senator Baker of the 20th district ((and amore honorable,man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: .
:w., "Mr. President: My position on much j questions this isa: matter of record and well known to a 1- I have helped"to enact into
,: law a measure that.delegates full power |p a Commission elected by the people whose duty it is to pass upon] all such questions. I leave t '-
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As further evidence that my posItIon was the correct one. .we find the rate was afterwards at three cents. an.d. mileage
: (books kept at two and one half c !1ts. ,1 wr I ';
:; as fL** I-jregretjjyery much to be: t9.ce i iito a Newspaper controversy: but as some few 'political! agitators tIled curbstone politicians seem to '.
.; -i ave'nothing tq do! *\)tit walk the'strsets-and; ; endeavor to :lrray.p.oe class' of citizens against another, endeavoring to injure) me in 7 : ')
,;' .-...c -' .:. y'race4or:Representative, I riaveviwritienth'e-above: but I promise not to pay.any further attention to them -, -" .. --- _
If any man wants to know my position either in the pastor. at present upon any public matter, I will gladly tell him, but I ask :. ,, -* ra
; them not to take the statement of my political enemies. | j :

L, shall .leave,the matter with the. people. They'know me,. and they know my opponent so vote for your choice, and will.be. satisfied. _<

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ft t .j f -* ; iaif i Candidate for Clerk* of the Circuit ;Court<:, >. ,

,, Thirty years ago if the ace i of MT- Mr. Dimlck U county treasurer, '
ri ji *& years, Eilgene H. Dimlck. came. to fill the uneiplred term..of J. I'. Lftmond. -.
rt .. : reafCDe That same
t ri 'Cade county, and with his parent was elected to the same talland -l
r K f relatives settle at Palm Beach. was reflected la WOO. .,, it.{
i a' ? his removed to Norti Dot'ap s
y' arP la 181. family Mr. Dimick was a''candi
Carolina where lie attended the com date for office until he was Induced A,
<' man schools near their' home, and by a committee comops.d of the rejKresentatlves I
4 j' where nil father died compelling him of the labor,unlona and _
} 'to give up further tchoollnt In order others, to become a C1J141date--fpr
: to to to work to aid hit mother In the county commissioner from the Becool
support of himself and two younger Commissioners' District at the last
r sisters. j Democratic Primary In Dads county
His first work was drlrlng teams oft and was elected by' a Catering:majority "
'-, .' the mountain roads between High j
: lands North Carolina and Wallahalla For nearly alxten months Mr. DimIck -
( -p- : a South Carolina. A year I later his has served as county commissioner
mother returned to Dade county where he has what Interest and fidelity to the trust
since resided. j Imposed well known la his district
When the town of West palm Beach and throughout the county and seeds
", was" first Incorporated Eugene: H. no encomiums here. Suffice It [to
n Dimick was elected on tbd first city say that if elected Clerk of the Circuit
,' ( council, where he served with credit Court the citizens of Dade will hare
I to himself and to the Community. In bun'an official who will not only
'A little later he was a delegate to be competent and courteo11l./'but per
the convention at West Palm Beach form 'the duties of the position with
Candidate For Representative a !bich: declared against the convention the fidelity and careful attention that
S\f'It'm' '..r nominations and In favor has been a characteristic of his service
o! primaries. j In every position of trut !he
In 1S98 Governor Bloxham appointed has ever held.._

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Price that andEverything .For J I : :price that matt .

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t .A OrflC.'Phon.31H.'flfadCIiVG' #' _c r 'Phon.68Undertaker An II1vltatlon tball will be given by.

}1y flj 1' the, Cocoanut Grove Athletic :Association -POP- : .

: 4 4; ndEmbalmer': r- In tile Housekeepers' Club souse 1 :

Friday evening May 11. The admission
(DAl' \\ per couple will be 50 cents. i -

a ISOO AVENUE D'j i I'everybdra acne M 1

RESIDENCE, 219 7th SIR. Died at Fort Lauderdale soft drink. All ether .ek.
y't .. I Information has been tecelved In "fop' _but theta SAI all etska
the city of the death yesterday at j t1
I H, is apt to be' one on,which Ler Fort Lauderdale of Mrs. Anna Rossle.a ,

Jf YOu'will have to .... so"illiJeiv iicitt well known resident of,that place. : I
purchase "Casjcade"Ginger
( ;l j A casket' shipped there by undertaker : =
and Internment will
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1 take place theret his afternoon.

: 'A rt\.J.rra.J.-A.. Singleton and daughter,' Why Blue!tIbon' Lemon and Vanilla I For Rent Fnrnlshel house; cool I Ale ,- I;

left last night for Eau'G.JUe, where are growlljs more popular every six rooms and bath. 219 Tenth St STOP SMOKINd

they will spend the summer., |day. Absolutely pure, goes twice as THAT PIPE .J
WEDDINGVGIFT far as other|kinds, and the flavor! 'Is Will Perfect rgan'izatlon i
'GROVES COTTAGES, ETC. 11R8.cALLISTER .j!; perfection. M Mr. \Vm. H. Marshall;of Fort Lauderdale We are. tne exciuaiva tottlen and try ont of our high. grade Norma
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BECK. i is In town;'to Jay and Informedthe of "Cascade" this "
j |n Urrltery. Martinet Cigar which,w, art Wiling
|i -Mrs. R. S.fJHannagan' is anticipating Metropolis thaton Sunday next, There ire a let of gingers alee .
:. Hudson Bv-SannJers returned to his 1!>,'a visit :'rom.;her aaugbter. Mrs. A. the choir of the Methodist church at but none to) compare with for only, 5 cents. Dot it buy"poor
St. Clair Avami., of Jacksonville.Mrs. Delray, which Is reputed to be one of I '
home In'E.t Palm Beach last night]! "Cascade. Be Mire yen get cigars, buy the best such
b after spending the day here yesterday |i Abramjjs! ; expected to arrive tonight 1 the best on the East Coast will slag Cascade and no Mkstttvte r.k"Po
in the school house at Fort Lauderdaleboth for. they 'cMt no",more thanwhat Inferior

.I talking with friends.Six I t! i morning and evening. The object Mali, ....... ...1. special, attantlM grades cost ilsewhers.a Tryone
I Special p ta-lessons In. dancing : of the affair is to perfect a permanent <. .- .*. ', ,
i lots with 250 feet riparianrights. I for ladles anil children onlyWednes- organization o: the Methodist I of our 5 cent cilia,. .after dinner
Wilson A. Huddleston.Mr.
We'll be ready for when I day and Friday I afternoon at 3 to,5, at Episcopal Church at Fort Lauderdale. AcmeBottlingWorksMIAMI today and we are positive you will e
you I Danc1nii All who are Interested are cordially \0 .' ,
(the day comes with the rightjGoods A. E. Cully, of the- postofflcu i Invited to be. present. become_ ..a_ STEADY CUSTOMER.ft ."
force, Is wearing a broad smile today, FLORIDA. '
the RIGHT occasioned by the arrival I'l Mr. C. W Gardner will leave in a "
at PRICES of a ten ; ,
i l Jew days fot:Atlantic Beach where be There are many people who can f' pound daughter at his home last night.Brasier .i Sixth Street West of the lee factory "
read human nature in the lines of the I
i' .- will be cainler l -
cf Tie Continental
I r, ; i.I Hotel durst4, he summer. afr Gard.I hand.> They tell to their own satls- f- .. : | 5i i ; 1.11
Manx to list'your'property."Miss
faction what kind of a person carries I He Feels Confident
ner held the same position there last
l'season. ; the hand. There are others who can Hon. Geo. G. Jnrrie, of West Palm,1-
!I' Anna Peck has resigned''' the iI i tell a man by the war he holds his 1lkacb.I1 one-of the popular'candidates 1H.AXEStl. !

'MAVNARD&SONJEWELERS position as organist In the Southern t REAL ESTATE. IRS. McAI.USTER head. There are others who can tell.for county treasurer. Is spending a lL
I Methodist church In thirdly: and her; .BECK gt. by the penmanship what kind of a jew days in the Magic City mingling The Cigar 11 Man
__, _''II' J "A .wfih.be filled byoilss' -. Rosebud I I ., person he is. and In each case there Is (with the electoral In this precinct. Mr. I

and.. OPTICIANS. ., Glrtman. 1- :MIss Rosebud vs Girtman, )11.laoI'I much truth. I j Currie a. Metropolis representative -I .
one ,
; ; :J f+.J( -- Did you ever stop to think that you that-he feels very sanguine as OPPOSITBTBOTEUB1SCAYNK

Next:to, .Poatefflee. .. Miami. nor, .tfa .Picture frames made to order. The j popular( young ladies, went up can tell, a firm by Its advertising i to the outcome of the election so far I J > g *
o I7. last -
j night in companywith the In this
Study ads
:, t : I. 't i Racket;Store paper YOU .*'be is conceri: ed,' .ndlthal.be had .
t' I her uacle,- J. D. Girtman, who will be surprised how true\to life they received the It .eneour'[i'" !The Gautier' iou e'wm be epei for .
m flattering
't 'goes to attend( the'meeting of the are. This is a better test o_our the the summer at.summer Tates. Airy .
EJ : McAllister-Beck Judge'P.XV.VhJte Quincy. Fla. LTasonic order In that city. Miss ory, than any thing else. Ton !know!agement from every precinct in the ; rooms and"flue' D1a1ne: '. .
? Mrs. G arrived In town this morning and will Glrtman will 'visit friends in Jacksonville the merchants and you can Judge how'county.-- Before he returns to theCottageCity .
leave Mi!. Currie ,wUJ make I -or
tomorrow a
night f tor Havana and:will return.the latter partof far wrong we are.There -
where he goes to look after! his tobacco the weep' are the firms who have been laouslness trip to the Homestead and Silver Palm J br Fo1'RntLBmau: house \
farm situated about miles i iShe precincts: J tJ''on Boulevard. Address Box 'In.
Real Estate from Havana .*. ninety a long time and have a fair I ,
lotsWith! 250 business at :
feet riparianrights. a good profit. They are a
.. 'Wilson *Huddleston. i'I'Ca satisfied to let things take their coarse i n ?..4
Rentals; Insurance* 1I1th-brllli-chati118ncUe fLest.....r Chpv small pocketbook : ,rr i* Their ad tells that they can be foundat To Parents: School will .Soon' o c Out!

containing Among i thfl prominent visitors Inlhecltl the same old place and their goou 4 'n 1 19
i $1.85 and some Empire tickets. Ms Mr. Charles E. Dexter are.the same as usual so there Is no TeHE
,,. 14lAt. radT' ftoeR'eitalfEMr = ,.' use tsjKh nge the readingtbeace their 1
'Offices of > '
ptctetfBtdp( l I ; yw apeitUaac
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eon here, ana who rteurns,forthe, purepose ad funds the'same'all the year and
: year'after year. ;Miam Conservator gof :Music
and >>n. FrartvToringTvwhocame of investing In grove land In
320 tt: 12th St other firms who
rsSuite.No} Fly ; ,hereearlf last fail, and hare re the souther* part of the .county/and There are make
_ sensational runs of-prices below the 5 I
>1-- mained-1n\.Miami .U M
improving > same. The land to be
morning for ,their bpme In Boston Improved*is&selected on'Us previous cost''price and when yon read it yon Will hold .'special Summer term May 1st to August 1st. jn.VMta.v: '

Mass.) They ''win, return again 'next visit here[rand the deal will be con- I ook at once for the hook for yon !mown Plane, Kindergarten and PrIma;. Music. Call or write for partfe
ED.MOf-FATS season. sumated at once.Summer' .' Is a bait because no man can sellgoods I lara and ".;m" A fine opportunity for the young folks jj Practice
below cost unless he makes It ,
t other Plane supplied free. REGISTER SURLY
up some way.
.- MOSSIER! will collect yew ,ellsMr. ,rates .at the Rutherford There is the firm with the oaten .FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director. t Twelfth. Street
Boarding House, %%3. Ninth street sentence "We. want your money." I :.

Louie Cole popular chief clerk That was a fool thing to-advertise and '
Dairy Lunch oJ Halcyon.Han,'will leave'in a'few Moved His Offlee the way It was run showed the firm
days for the north where hewID be Dr. W. S'Ru.h has moved bls'of was new In the ''advertising field. It "tw
connected: with one of the prominent ace from 1t e place he has been'oc was run until everybody was tired
hotels. returning here In time for the cupying ott i East 12th street for the and the papers did not want to printIt .
new reopening of Miami's popular hostleryon past two years to the building formerly any longer.' Then that arm madea
Everything' J induding l November 15., used byi the Miami' Transfer Co.oa ;: change of front and advertised that '" :BE .ON GUARD
J I ''the same street. This gives a. they would fin any order made. to the
4 the building, making the ''Bffi: MRS. MCALLISTER-BECK larger office and as centrally located catalongne house for 5 cents leu thanIt Read and Hand to Same One ElseIt
ABOUT REAL ESTATE.' as the other. The Transfer Company could be delivered from Chicago.
cleanest and neatest dinging will likely]' build another office on Everybody said It could not be done Is a significant fact, at each election .
I Avenue B Instead of 12thstreetmak, ; but the firm made good their promise
that the railroads connive to
Messrs. F. B.' Stoneman, J. W.Boydand Ing It mori convenient for their bus and that la always the test of value of
into office men whom they be :', '
in the run .
city J. D.
room to Jacksonville
I GIrtmanvwent up IDeaL 3 advertising. Their ads have been of .' .
line will be subservient to their interests. -
last night to attend the meet. '"
the kind that It takes very little effort
lug of the Grand Chapter R. A. It, for the mind of the observant Intelligent -
AN IDEAL PLACE: Two furnished cottages tort to The editorial from the ,
Grand,Cqmmandry. K. T.. and Mystic: : reader and buyer to see that following "
Shrine, whlrtj will Xovembe L J. H. Tatum A Co. Florida Advocate" a fearless Independent r'
meet In
fOR LADIES, city they are up to date and leading In '
'- ', Offys-eek.: S'' '". M if their Une.mAMI. paper published at Wauchula, .. ...,-,.
r '. The Result of Drink HARDWARE COMPANY. i In DeSoto County, puts the poopie OB
., Not Connected with a saloon ;:"B bargain now would i tempt"off- As a rtsult of the Invasion of 150exteDlion "We want your money: guard in this campaign: .".. t
';laborers In the city yesterday "Col. T. J. Appleyard. editor of the '
Ii : season: purchase. Type: sailing 4 and of Florida
and their celebration of the same Florida Index Secretary the
Buttermilk/ day'aT powerf.S.bT 16 ll->Addresa"Box 15., the police>torte did a good business' Press Association. Secretary cf y

f'f'5ey' \ glass light....re--, CoKcoatint t.Croe, ;:..:............ and twe il.three defendants were oil : IJ5.QUITUKILLS the Florida State Senate. Secretary- I!. :
the docket jlor._trial In the municipalcourt t4 Treasurer of the Lake City Board;'of -'.. ;
freshments served dur 'Mr.: E. B. le.t night 5
Jut thUj; morning. A number o: MOSQUITOES Trade, has announced himself a can- }
ing aUlJhours.3rd for Atlanta, where he goes to attend them .forfeited bonds by 6I didate for Railroad Commissioner. ': '
nonappearance I .. .
:; CU" f.
the funeral of his sister Mrs: Robert f. .. .j "
... whjle two or three others had: CoL Appleyard fable; jolly fellow;
1I000t1etl;;who lied'In'that city Sun not 'slept/pff; their drunks and were' a fine fellow to be out with for a good ?
door east of Avenue D on 13th day. He will remain -Atlanta until Patent AppHed' ror $
unable tot:face-the "music The maJorlty : .. time, but he has been too closely
treet Front Building Maim'Via.TimesUnion, Saturday when he win return toKIamL .. I with fhe q
oflthe men. however' left last At all DruggistsMUS"QUIT'.U connected _corporation.in-, ,
....' -... night for tbelr homes la the north. teresta of Florida to make a good con)r% 'ilL2
-- N 'MP'G CO "* '- -
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: -. Q"ll" .: missioner In short'we believe hel I
muse Safe 1n..emsiiUTHE I ROSSilR mw. UN IW.SII..trb. 1 Jacksonville Fla. a corporation candidate and that the .

,. corporation will furnish him the
.m. ...; --. '.' boodle to make the campaign."As "

;, : RACKET( STORESTHIPU secretary of the..Florida Press \
.- s t>;' .> : Association Mr. Appleyard has done ;
f tDaily i- y much for the Association and.doubt
'; ( less many editors In the State.,feel ,
'. j 'J: : s:. .6.ro under obligations him and we regret

aodSunday j i : ery <
(,;j so with the Flagler interests are enough
'. T : Ribbons'and :I fl1 ';c to arouse one's suspicions, and the t

:- fact that he U now, preparing an address -'
: ..1 1 4 Laces 1 Thursday,;May 10th' to be published throughout the ;

Seven I State at to much per line further 1
Issues I confirms this suspicion. Since-Mr. -
Keep this in 'mind; ;we' save Butter, regular e 35c. . . 30cCljifomia Appleyard'a enforced retirement
from eKy We tshe has been publishing "
you money. 1 Peaches, 30c. . 20c41bs. -- a paper at Lake City and we do
Ask any of our cu'tomersl! not believe he Is any more personally *

i Whole Grain Rice. 25c able to go Into such a campaign
Week --' . than the average country editor, and ",
15cts.. a lakes generally country editors of Florida
We win bave'a sale :on shoes'Dexl 7 O tagon. Soap . 25c are not millionaires. In his letter '
i asking rates from the Advocate he.
week that>ffl Interest you: Laundry check will order, and
Starch 1 lOc 05c says accompany
Jt reg. . .
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n the question Ames to our mind: Is ;

NEW. Potatoes, peck . . 40c Lake City a gold mine for country '
editors, orta, It more probable that
I*: the corporations are furnishing the '

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W. H. Chaile&Son Magnolia Grocery Company

Telephone'84. Corner :'irenlJcD: and 4th Street. L

1211'Avenue D. Miami Fla. ,

MIAMIJTLV S and 10 Cent Annex: at ISIS A... nl .
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W. MATHIR YI ier TaX Collector.. I .
: MIAMI FLORIDA .. ---- I hereby announce myieif as" s esi : '.:--- \; ( :r ,- ; -r-) -: ---- -i.n 1 : '
Mechanical and Hyyllc engineer [) i-r.O 0 ,IiI1Announcements.1 fti i\\ didati""for the office of tax eoHectoc i ; r

1 w: TOsrtinnis. steel towers tanka fM- V ... ... of Da4 count:?, subject to the aetioa =
"'" .a.. punplnc engines galvanised of theDemocrstie primary. I
cat black pipe at whoUeal Special f n-a. t. ..... {jr t CIBat nt Sal
aealnery designed sad buuX Agent I

t. 1k Lgbe leetyUas Ou Generators Fdrj COUNTY- COMMISSIONER" I
IS First District .
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I respectfully 'myself ,> ," f .
I I r announce asa
this budiar i'l'
: ,will A..ou.cement..der tM.Uwrud mil after tlse Democratic candidate for the office ,of county I
Primaries i. the Duly Metropolis commissioner for the Ttrst-District.
g for*iO. ; or la both lt. Daily lad Weekly Metroooli. subject to the action: of the Democratic AT
MiamiRfik .for 1000. primary of May 15.
II Harry DuBols.

.: a tv ,caaI&i...1.0erte4- Positively. .. ..BoaaaaaceatwtUle icco.'pioi u. !'t' ... L tr'C' 'f{' i' "... .R ........
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'S tt,10 a..m. for fceglnen f4 Second .District: :
r', Opea t.te 6 p. m. ; j| To the Democratic Voters "of Dado 'B U{ .1) "I < 3;:
'". Open 7,to 11 p. m-' To the People of Dale Countyt: Couaty: i. ; ij't. ij\\
Tuesday'afternoon reserved for ladles. At the request of friends tad with I hereby announce myself aa a can-

Saturday. forenoon '."..rved .children, a desire to serve you la the State Leg dldttkfor the once of County Commissioner .
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INSTRUCTOR Ulatnre. I aanounet myself a eaadt from the Second Districtof I' "
; COMPETENT date for this office subject to tie Democratic Dude county, subject: to the will 1' I'J fl';
'Admission 10 Skating 28 eentstth primary to be beta In May. of this,.Democratic voters u expressed
It. Wed of toe Factory. Upstairs respectfully solicit the support ct I at thf'! coming primaries. .

the people 0: Dade coutT..4. It | Paul C. Jones )
WE CAN HELP YOU TO MAKE Wist continiieis'with and vigor.
stetted I will faithfully and Impartially Palm -Beach. Pit.FOs eVe4.Lntele"st
YOUR, HOME j discharge the duties of the office t -' -J ''*- f-v OWe

'ATTRACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE and'will do all la my power for row COUNTY COMMISSIONER add a number important items to those already mentioned
: Aa we can furnish you with useful beit.Interest and welfare 'I treat to j| Fifth District ? '
and ornamental articles for every hare the pleasure of meeting the rot I hereby announce my candidacy tot "I" ,n
thrown to the kith date and dlacnti all
.- from the parlor en at an early reno Ilatlon to the one of Comity
.... Floswr Pots, Jardiniere, door public creations and define fully myposition
Commissioner, subject to the action
mats, lamps, la reference thereto.I .
,. and porch rugs of the Democratic primary sad so 'It
straw mats. Don't fall to see our recocalze'the' that a public licit|the support of -my Democratic 20 dozen ladies' gauze vests. taped neck Yard wide unbleached Domestic 'I
sanitary cooking' wan Rocking' office U a public trait and
_bam ware, ,mixing bowls and napkins you honor me with your rote, I will friend E. G: TweidellFdR and sleeve worth anywhere _c( 20 yards to each.customer f r l .'

highly appreciate roar confidence sad |m ten cents, now 4 for___, -.-.-,.. **
will, be loyal to fOUr Interest. I 12 yards Lonsdale' Forget t=Me$1
:. Johnson & Tompkins Respectfully. COUNTY COMMISSIONER Not for__.
] a A. Worley. |Ii First District 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests 25c Bleaching .T"

I hereby announce myself as a candidate worth 15c. now: 3 for----- ..-- -

5 and lOcVarietyStore I hereby For announce Representative my candidacy.' |; for from the the office First of District county commlsslont of Dads- 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests 25G I Great Line of Shirts Sacrificedworth

for the .position of Represents conqir, subject to the decision of the 2oc now 2 for............-..-..- r
Tom Dade County. To yon I submit coming Democratic primaries. We have a broken line of duet and
the question of my Qualification |;s Chas. W. McPherson. Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars in Monarch shirts in attached and detached
to'represent yon la that capacity. Itnomtaat.d St art. Fla.fR cuffs. Also coat shirts which
"..'1017-Arenwe.'D, MiamI. ..,.. 'at the Democratic primary FQR black, white, blue and pink worth 25 G we we offer to close in TWO LOTS y
and elected at the general election I COUNTY COMMISSIONER 25 t O'35 C. now two for..._...- ,.
shall Jevotr' my beet efforts to you District No. ITo I J detached
w"W'r Mrrlce and the welfare and up-butld- the Voters of Dado County: One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks, Lot 1. Cluet attached and cuffs :

for 'Me lug earnest of Dade conslderatton.R.ep.ctfully county shall. receive my I hereby for announce renomlnatioa myself to-the1 as a office candidate worth thirty-five choice to seventy-for 9 5c .and and coat 2.00 shirts now priced- 1.50_-$1. .20"

of County Commissioner la District five cents your :1'u
3. W. ,Watson. No.t, subject to the action or the : Lot 2. Monarch attached detached

i A and I I'Wire For You"U. For County Clerk Democratic primary election to bo Twenty five dozen ladies fine Unnene! 3 In cuffs, worth 125 now

take this method of aUOUJlCUl.l Uth, U06VT. : hemstitched handkerchiefs put up;, 95" .\
myself as a eaajidate Cor the office A. Wlafleld. box and worth.10 to I5c I at: .. ;- ,
v C a ,
Phone 176 at Clerk of Court for Dade County. lLeliJIaT Cp
subject to the actioa of the Deme ntla COMMISSIONER This sale per box.--- w
primary. T. W. Hate. .District No.'I I Special Shoe AnnouncementKeith's
BROWN' H Voters at Dade 100 lawn and silk baby caps at half price

CONTRACTOR Fer dent of the Circuit Cewt County: Konqmr 150 and 4.00
t ELECTRICAL Lawn and percale QRr ..
To the Democratic Voters of Dade I tako this method or p yyscfasjmy'eaadidacy wrappers
lil3Avt wC County for the offlce of county worth ISOnow--.--- 3JU We are exclusive agents for this famous shoe
f' : I hereby present my name to the commissioner. from District No. S, sub 1 For style, fit std service this line has no ea '.
voters la the coming Democratic primary ject-to the action of tae Democratic Law Klmonas( and sacques IA5 perior and few equals. 'JUST RECEIVED i"

; ... ss cu&Ustt (or clerk of the primary. On account of being rasifrej worth 75c now ... .... ... (j a new line in all the late and< popular styles
circuit court for Dade county. ;)ti retetable growing it will be tinposlble 1 i
Haviaa resided Awe for twenty ST. for ate to make a personal "
a ; BISCAYNE -'ear I Invite Inquiry and tavetica> canvass of ta. county my 'crop demaortlni >
., loa of thou who lo not know me per my attention Just at this W. M. Burdind 316-318 Twelfth St
onaHy as to my reputation a* a ett-: time. Tats being the case I oamestly
DRUG. tea my rt oral as aa official la years aril all.my friends to Jo- what thsycanla i i
: lilt sad my fitness ani co pttK':1' my behalf B..L,:Wall,
+ cOMPANYTI 'or the office to which I aspire. Iio .
;:U elected I promlce fair and court- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER -
I I us treatment to everrc1Uso. at the m nth District I

lands of every person connected with- Mr." Kirk Munroe.of Cocoanut Grove Loan Maftfs Oyster Chop'House

,he office. harlot been unanimously nominated Money
Soliciting the support of tUff Toter JO
for j count) commissioner by a' mass

\rho,considers I am respectfully me competent.* and cap. melting his of citizens, we hereby announce 1 Sea Food Our Specialty.i I j T
candidacy subject to tae
; Euxene H. Dlmlck. I Oysters by plate,*quart or galore; 1tnyestigate
; action 0: the Democratic primary. Mr. ,1
Medicine West Palm Beach. Fla. Utthroe has been a resident of Dade On Short or Long lime MealaLrved at all hours 410 12th Sir;et.*Miamt:Ionda

:-"" county for more than twenty years
"Tor-Clerk the Circuit'Court Jitfinjwhich time he bal ihowa anuoflajjlng
In medicine be careful Bellerinc that my services: for the zeal la the came of good Easy Parents} oI
I Before vesiin
and act five,years as Chief Deputy In the roads, and has steadfastly promoted ?
w in ,what you buy iffice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. i etsrj- worthy Interest of our great i .* *> -v*. >*%
where you buy It. It is iua ides me for the position. I herewith county. Therefore.lI'e ask for him l
respectfully asnouace my candl- tie hearty support -of all good citizens:
,'"," not'only'Important that lacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court af'the;; coming primary.. Dade .Co. Security( GoBurkhart WindJ Power, :, "
object to the approval o. the' Demo- ti (Signed) W. J. Shone.I .
you 'get 'th ..be tvatf 'ratlc yrimtry. [ B., S. Potter Has been adopted by the best' people of tl 6 country as the
butt also that s. o. rift,. t Geo. Richardson cheapest power for'1 raising water. Note th< people who have
f ues; you
i Committee. them, they could have steam, gas and hot aired too if they want
;, 'get goods that: give you For County Clerk I it. I handle the best mill mad and make a; specialty Of this
results ro the Democrats of Dade County: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER LOCK ,AND GUNS3IITH business and with mj pump mechanism that I have just been
i,' satisfactory ;we 1 take this method of announcing i Second'' District jrranftd a patent 011.I will guarantee doiible the capacity;
for the office of Expert Repairing value and life of wind milt outfit.
: have :.a reputation, candidacy for County to the Voters of Dade County: any Any infringements will
furnishing satisfactory Clerk, subject to the aCUon'or the M hereby announce myself as a canildate A.venue C between 12th and 13th St. Of: prosecuted.
emocraUc primary and will appreciate .
for nomination to the omen ofcounty
and Reliable Goods. any support that my friends commissioner la District No. S, ildate for the office of Constable U

:an girt ,me. Respectfully Z. T. Usrrltt subject to the action of 'the Democrat Tenth District of Dade county, subject C..H. PERRY Cocoanut! Grove, Florida
ic'Primary' Election to be held May to the Democratic primary sad
.. itith. 190C, Oea B. Baker. I ask the support of an my friends.Respectfully : '
For County Clerk I f
With full appreciation of the Ufa FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER W. J. Wilson. '
FINE CANDIES aonors asked for and promising falthfcl I District No. 4' ee Dr. Burnham

AND CIGARS. : performance of duties If elected I |Tho Meads of A. Lot idea desire FOR CONSTABLE .
aave the honor to auounce myself a t4 Place aU name before the rotors Tenth District
r '. andldate for'the office of Clerk of the Oi Dado County: for the office of Cooatx I hereby announce myself ss a eaaJldate -
l-f Circuit Court of Dade County and ask Commissioner subject to the actloa for the once ot constable tu Miami and peCl list
; *.: tor your TOte la the primary of May of tho Democratic primary election, the Tenth Justice District of Dade The Surgeon

'It Tel. 3, Cor.- 12 St Ave. D;, Uth. .J;i'. Jaadon. "ta be held. May,W, IIO county subject to the Democratic pet '
r "' nary sad ask the support of sa myMeads. If yon are a sufferer from any Chronic Disease, Ulcers, Tumors Caaters

; For County Treasurer FOR,COUNTY COMMISSIONER > Respectfully or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Disease.* of Head..Throat,
rf to the Voters of Dade County: District No. 4; Joka r. DeBerry. t-
!: : I hereby announce myself aa a can.ilJate The friends of J. 3.'Holly aaaonaeeas Lungs, Stomach orJBowels, Dyspepialndijrest'on. Rectal
We are Now,Ready to hurrilsh! for renomlaatioa to the offlo fiim a candidate for County COBmlssloner FOR CONSTABLE I "* Diseases. Female Diseases
,)county Treasurer.; subject to the la District No. 4, subject Tenth District "

WTrtbune. Snelland'othtr action of the Democratic Primary' b too action of ,the Democratic. Pri t hereby announce myself as a caatidste All LatEst ElJCtTical AIds. Homeopa'iliic Medicines
be held MaylIh,180t- :
flection to : mary.: for the onceot constable of ; \
C. H. RanlersoB. .. .., Uie Tenth..Justice District o: Dade 1 4-
J Ulaml.ru. *, 'I and a large stock of Specially piepared remedies for Special wor
: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER :ionnty., subject to the will of the DemKratlc -
| ". Second Dlstrlst aFrlead voters, at the coming primary a
makes For County Treasurer .| i'.William- 'Helm,' announce ilectlonT W. H. Morris. j Ladies Maid Aliajs in .Attendance .:

( :;?! BicyclesThe ro the Voters of Dado County: ii its candidacy for county commissioner l ORMEMBER QOUNTYii Upstairs in Metropolis Building From 9 a. nu fo 4 p. m.'Sun. excepted
Having beq'l.1entlAt4. with Dade from the Second district, subject to the BOARD OF EDUCATION
Bounty since 189S; having done the .action of the Democratic primaries. f- .
very beef I knew how aa aa Individual f Mr.. Helm Is a successful businessman To the People of' Dade County:!
citizen to make It a Drapemucounty enthusiastic, good roads a! Urgent request'for use of my tarn I "
; having lived at both end* !prst-clus civil engineer, and well. at; the coming Democratic Primary

public jf the once county to that and the having people filled nw j;a equipped, to fill the office.S 11':county candidate board for of membership public Instruction la the Cha eJ& CO. Chase & Uarney

mow whether I do so conscientious'y. FOR TAX ASSESSOR ado me not well equipped either u
: I now offer myself as a candidate 'To.the Democratic Voters of Dade partisan or as office-seeker. But it III ,
i (or the,' once of County Treasurer ,('County: rue that I have had some experienceis SUCCESSORS TO
subject to the Democratic primary I,1I1ll be a candidate for re-nomina an educator; and If, u such the, CHASE & BARNEY Inc. Fire
don at the Democratic :people want my service In the modest I i
bicycles and other t need every rote that I can- get and. coming primary
I know
crust that my friends whether la the; for the offlce of Tax: Assessor and respectfully ut important offlce Indicated |I FRUIT AND r
goods'ar the best stan-. )f no sufficient reason for refusing
city or country will not forget moon solicit your support. Accident 1nd
hit service. I do not feel the lure VEGETABLE'PACKERS
dard goods on the market the day of the primary In retnni Geo., O. Butler. II IIf ; _
) office and I can not contend ]
v for which I ptomise, If' elected :t$
jfflce but I stand ready to respond' i
Hartford and other Tires. perform the duties of the once with FOR CONSTABLE ; ;' Tornado 1
f" I o any reasonable request to serve.
as much courtesy accuracy1 Tenth District : Cash Dealers In
;;.: Coaster Brakes fitted to old promptness as I give to iry prime 1: I take this method -I announcing The rest U up to you.W.. W. Tarts. 'I I
Wheels. basinets Geo. G, Currte. i- myself a candidate for the office of Crate InsuranceFIDELITY I
t, All.work guaranteed f' constable for the Tenth districtsub Miami Fla., April 11.

,: Best new wheels for rent For Tax Collector ;; feet to the action ,of the Democrat'c BOARD I I
To the Voters of Dade ,County: fr; ; Primary election: to be held May FOR : Material
t 231 12th Street. Blue Front at t; I hereby announce myself as % cafliI i Uth. 1906. The friend of J. R. Anthony Sr,- BONDSOLDEST
I\ ildate for renomln'on to the offlc|; SAMUEL ROUNDTREE. ierebjpresent his name as a candi- I I
t 10f( County Tax: Col cto: !'. subject tp date for members.: the Board of Public 1 Packing lad Warehouse, I
Carroll &' Clark .the action of the I mocratic Primary! FOR 'CONSTABLETenth Instruction from the second district : ESt End MLmi Rim DJctI. AGENCY IN MIAMII"
to be hell May U. '1 06.<< DistrictI of Dade county subject to the' j .
T. N. Oautier. hereby announce myself as a ",. action of th* Democratic primaries. .

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a Empire Dry oods-Store, _fCHMSROM,"pgWN) N 1"E f :FARM'T I ;Bank of Bay}'. Biscayne .J

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..,. ". I. :v H Pea-Rbtne, Today.UrSonrHlnejJ V.> :
line of ; \ i
,Beautiful ] In ASapa'tlaa, Date County.; ; I. .
Luok oud HIpb, I just bat a caareinUoas '
; Ladies'Trimmed.w nit dqt Cj feller Fits. 3y.collyHiaey ORGANIlfD'1896 .
w be IBS fine goot liar. You, know
-, also ready Tot he toiCedfine Hlney He U'f'j -
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to me dot hive knowing "me'und I :,
mamma unljrflu for dirteea years'at- Capital $27.300. Surplus $ OO. Deposits ;
; over
; 1i to, wear : ,, retty. Be Issj.craxyTUaey.: Its yust '
.. ''I two years cordltig dot we are la Amcr- f
description 'I Ika. He gits the a liddle pos'at carts _
! ; : : Tot IIYI,'''SDimle$ fits, for clown in .j .
rcircuscourt.( : k. I maded.explana- '

1 ', Gome- in. and see carts Uonlcgs no dot mors t"Ond dlden he wrote says "By onn posted golly, :. Statement at the close of business, February ,

.' dots me-fomhy' should I\wrote\ on 23 1906 as ,tb the'State .
': them ; reported ComptrollerResources
posted cartsfvThen I could' get;: 4er. "--"j 4
. 1 apace In der;Record.: Dhen he says t '7 '. I .
-Ha Ha. Data a choke aye Hlney:; 1
.AH. the .latest shapes; I says/rSuret'jnaybe./ ) -'- ,. '"-," -...... 4I
He tolded me he Tas'coming up to -" t } >>
",1 see you undltalk ofer old times yet. : '
' tstyles and ,sizes 'j in' Look out':tot|him :Hlne,.. Votch .., ; : ., ._ : ;
<, .
{ blm:/ I lIefe did seen him beforeerrHPuon < ; '''-
't' > both. felt,.- .vhen'J,Tent up to Miami .;.', ,; >.}. ', ",Loans and discounts .','.:'!:;', . : ..:-;... .: }';,;('i59,851; :13" -
ts 'j ,
-meI's.h } and'tolded'der Record man forvhydhey ,
:zi: dlden stop making der paper Real 1 Estate owned. . . .[ . . : .: '17,531.91 '

come to met. et. Then I tolded dem Furniture and fixtures . . . . . 3,11525" .

; and [straw. Also a slggs times l a ledder I dlden Taat .Current expenses .. . .,.. . . . 1261.83 "
it. Fits tae (lading In der liddle room .
.. making .peaches on paper like der .

". big.. line of genuine I deUiL ., Cash .Account; -" .
Iii I InformaUonlngi "
Hlney ftyh to gif some
: -." '. |about dot you fits Then yotgeJ i. S. Bonds ; . . j.J..00.00Due ; "

t *Panama Hats..: ,at him up-"In( yourfarm.' He:vnt .l from Banks ._:.' ;. .'.'. 58,379.50A '>
come up and hit you onder Ting und Cash Vault.
i_ In .39,94229 ,
< / .
says "HelloMHney. by golly ,I diden
* $3.00 Bargain Prices. seen you yeq in a long .time hey! Total available cash. . '. . . . .. 100521.79
i '**" ".Not'slnct -under'der Tropical \AiAi ,- :
& "j. PTOS- "-- "'' -" .282,281.91' 11x' 11i )
T Sun?? Dots fright! Hlney. he nefer dit I. '
: :; :::;? ,rU.adieswhi\Jelawn\ Been.you before under der san. He 1 : Liabilities i \ >
- :; i j Iss only'makPr'leef! Now.- Hlney, t.., r .
. > :': suits at prices that Then he makes! conversations mlt you, { Ca.4:273Q0
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., yon should ugly shut up. He don't
: =" '-' "cannoi be-dup l= Yleh you td=speech: -Yust Idok*dot ". Surplus I *"x. ...-.. . :". .. ,... .. .'....:t4.... '...'.1:...'-i;* 3500.00
0: -:, you know liJjn twenty! years and Jot 1 Dividends not called for. . . . . . 140.00 ::i

.. :j&gv dated in Miami Till you be beleef IU mtt 8 verydlng'!| n C)'. he says, und dot' Earnings accounts . . ," . . . 1,433.81 :y.

Also enclIess'U. If hoi Tantl you to show proof how Bills payable.- .. . ... . . .,.00.00 .
:J,, \ an you own dot j farm, tell him ":So, Cashier's checksBankfdeposlts'r . ... :. . 994.18 .
. : C t r : { varTetyofumKrel-1; > { Mtnow Hind- he'unts to ; jr .". .. .. .."'.': 854.38 I
; alas be dec bookkeeper la'der Court House 9, Certificates of depositti< : ..j. .f 1i. .? .f ; ;:0:115,732.68',::
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\ {j iP Li .; .f 2{}: parasols, :' In Miami, und Hlney;;he tolded me he :il Individual, dep tts. "i t. )-h oJ ..'.J. .t. .198.326.8* "
going to klff haft der tb,derbookkeeperjVot ;
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> s f5r vas'nowLworkingder. ; .j j_ i r
; Z t. v 1 \ j "f'. ,'t, : .,. $282,281.91 ,I .
:: .J ;children.rc. -; *Sure;jfce 7111 too, RIney, maybe. o ..

;. .iT'. y if ; J.1 A ; ,!t ; He Dls Till it der magi Ay der he wCi;did,"der If, dough.'table 3 )The.Staie lawiregtites i thati:baok e.ep'2Q per.ceri'!
;.. ,, .:1 ; n..i F":i \ money on : !
-, ''t I .'; l"-'t., '. I;...... p in two :pu d eL Ha-Till ,aye; Now t of itsdeposlts'J I In casllorwit? re"ser e'banksy;,This bank: t ,
j':1I dls pujuttsgisfo r Sammle::; "He .! '
: r THe-Iarg'est ands Till put his|tbmbg'under his wen und 'to"wtIl be'seen by.the"abovestitement.Chas over 40 per cent"or:

: t Talk ofer-14 der udder poodle and Its deposits available In cash..{ No bank In the state makes a '
cheapest line of said, und Kills punJle belongs to -
hotter Is In bet
shoeing, or a
,- Fits."' Den.he; Till go up bydel' house .
r 'underwear to' be. r mlt his:offl'e boYI'und play"Hea4. .
.,. -- -rfound I.n1a'und tails "you loose," -Tedder he, r depositorsk.
} should glff; hem any udder nix .
.- in any store He its .
rays, mayb;' but; by golly, he Isl'got ,I I

: .,.south o-J ackson-, plenty business 'outside of dot book. j: 3-
keeper yoli.1 When fie comes up'by -- -
your farm Hlney., gill him my reaped ,-
; ville for both ladies lions und \fold him I don't wote yet yet. I will be with 'you early nest ; I a

but yon shonloVt tolded alm dls unless season.
& gentlemenYeareheadquarter8 :be shouldstop talking.- J -TI11 When,shipping your vegetables do Colltr4dors( AND Property Owners! '
wrote to you;again by'and by and told not'forget my houses' : T.;; R.- Evans .
Baltimore; Seesel Ashner,)Jemphls;
else I
yon Tot comes along. eggspect
a big bunco:ptt dem things along here Well, Brockman Co., Cincinnati; Bell Iflyou/ don't want to SAVE MONEY, ,

:\ for all kinds hosiery for mlt postal{darts Mamma sends'loft Bros.Washington, Atlanta; ;Ben F. A.ft Miles Denison Birmingham ft Co., w ) can't help you. If you do come tiThe :
und { Mitt
me tool respectlons
-, Ladies and Gentlemen Your fodder Ala.; Crevo ft: Crenshaw, Rich. J
] Wllhelm mond, Va. H. D. ALUSCN.I .
Banmgetten.P. j[ A. McDonald.
: : ., 8. ''Hlney;-Tot I I l. Go.
; Empire'Dry Goods Store tolded youjjwhen, Fits cornea along Coaster Arrive
and tolJedtyjron some, questions, yon {
'The Welt freighters Magnolia and
: 327 Twelfth Strut Miami., only- shut np'. ., and Mount Vernon have arrived In bay your building material Long Leat

l f.-fo SHIPPERS port of from passengers the Island each City, and with full a number cargo Yellow Pine and Cypress of all kinds.

.. I of general merchandle.B.rth.d .
"- I thank the public,for' liberal.ship> I We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, Sash Doors y
ments to general of houses On ,
; my Mouldings, and whatever else builder
A KNOCK OUT For BummerThe a requires
'account of JMeness In retting to workI
argument against poor work or'aJ13t 'I' can glvesbut'; little information on, ,. auxiliary, ketch rigged yacht | at lowest possible figure. I
kind is that you're' paying for markets thl| season u I am very busy Savalo, owned by Mr. Harry Tuttle "
something you dont get W. don't loading cari. 'last reports local mar has been dismantled and berthed for You Know [where we are uth Street :Miami.i Florida:

blame people for SQUEALING. kets'were|($fUI: to $S and Cincinnati the season. The' Savalo was one of ,
PLENTY plumbing that's done. and Baltimore $2.50 for choice, and the popular yachts the past season,
PLUMBING THAT'S GOOD 13.50 for fap.cy. Indications are'that and but a few days ago completed her Wm. : -
4 costs money and yon get value re- prices will, hold for eight or ten days season' charter. Curry's ,Sbns '

I rec Ted.Bad plumbing costs none, ,- .... -' "
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t and you get 1I'hat'-Iet cheated. Hon. ;J. W. Watson A Candidate Key West FloridaHEADOUARTERS
f Get our plumbing- and youll get ..
money's worth and save FOR
your worry .
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..: .. ..SCKUCU.COL;;;; ,- Ship Chandlery, Build U2 ,
til'AvtflM DRITTY Arno ,the most officesto. filledin, the approaching ,. Materials << -AlKKiuds. '
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it primary said e. election twill f thatof; .aRepresentatIve tb the Stat :Leg :

lalat re. Lit is!an office that :tshoutd.be. occupied by a man possessing Coal and id:,;.Steam' marine Haliwiiys! Macalnc S op.Forsort:
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acre: thatithe-uerage'abilitlof! a clerk, business man, or professionalman

BRtt 'HE R S -H' -jr \ t $ ft AU kinds ot repairing+ Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done .t t>...".
: 1 : 1 c a, man "should pj less|the 1 highest personality pOs be. for shortest: .. notice,,in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanic ;?.
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lt'r much dt ,nd. upon the appearance;,conduct and'ablhty c f making and < -\
retaining''friends. He should be.a Man well versed in parliamentarylaw :i

Shop and fillet, and should be fully acquainted in a general manner with

condition!that will arise and confront him during;his term ot office, or.the
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t., :- "! T-i'; ; iJffl4.\ .. 5jjj time3j>at.the ..LeffistatnreVin session, and above .all 'he should be r Mijimi; Business Directory i

"{ who"will and treat the
Oasolene a man clearly conscious of his duties, accept
u Agents for the New Era Gas Engines.
office aari trust, not his, but of the people. He should be a man above 1i ,
and ,kerosene 'engine' repairing, a SPECIALTY reproach;!and one that will do his duty as he sees and believes. it at The Out of t Town Buyr. and those within the city wlll'nnd i In th

,. f' any and jUl times. lIat'belOW! the addresses of Miami Merchant uDder ,
{f General' 'Repair' Work: Honorable J. W. Watson has profitted by'experience-that great classified heads for ready retrence.k,| tI

.teacheria representative from Osceola county and made a most "

508 SEVENTH. STREET" MIAMI. FLORIDA creditable;record aa a public servant and a Florida lawmaker. He has L L. 1RADY A co. i. a SCRRYEN I
p ,' ."'1' "; been successful: in business, and by-.which we,must judge, as much as .
,, : Fresh fr Ita and Vegetables Dealer to Drags Pah.t Ms4S
.... any otherJlualifi ticotr/his ability to serve\the people.
1""' ,_ xl resident of Dade county but two yeari Mr. Watson has shown an Uth Street. COr. Ave D. Miami. Fla. fines Toflet Artlctaa. Stattaaafg'

l li t such few other men haTe. He ISO ArtaM D. i I M1 m1. BU
W. J. > Brown() interest its welfare and progress aa Fancy Grocers. Hay, Grata
'has proved himself a good citizen and in every manner is fitted to do and tapes'. FertllUer MRS.pt-.BECK. "

honor and justice j \o the trust he seeks, and if chosen the Metropolisfeels I RekLEatate. ;

I certain ttat hil'dutywill be well done.-Miami Metropolis. March' J. 'L LUMMUS Suite r. 4. 6 end i

13th- 194 C Dealer J!; Groceries, .Grain, 32012 Twelfth street} Miami.Fla..
; Sanitary lad Fertilizers.
i'lfI'E. Str. t. rIa. Real EsUU ianraae
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.f' E1eC'trician19 A. J. CAMPBELL
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Dealer la Dry Oooda. Cot
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:! ., The past week we did the large business in our history. The coming week we will excell the past
'. :.if riceswilldo: f ib fit out the rest of the people in Dade County this week who cou d
-r Iot.leave their business last weep;we have had a,number to send us'word, to hold open this sale oije
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"- .20 per ,cent off on; clothing- which arrived in the house since January 1st'. '

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGES lINEQf SOUVENiR SPOONS Watches ant,

r; I To Select;x>m ,in .Florida 'atWHALER'S '

20 cents, a dozen REPAIRINGJewelry. ,

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'Surplu Fund I 11. Are prepared order in to their execute ?Y

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itr, eorge. Zapf came down this Capt. J. F. Jaudon, one of the pop Department
.-. moralitg;: from West Palm. Beach to ular candidates for county clerk returned H
It should be the chief ai i* 'of bank manager to make their respective spend |ate day looking after his Interests .I from Stuart last night but got 1// ,Designers of the latest Spring style, hats
institutions strong, and to. keep them free fr. m unavailable hefe. out on the early morning train today ia silk dark straw and light
and undesirable assets Not only should the capital 14Brosalrr! for other points In the> northern' end weight material J
be kept ,unimpared.'but 'a surplus fund"should be created from I warns to list your property of the county. Captain Jandon Is 11
the earnings that.will be a'protection to the capital and to aepo -, H! making a vigorous campaign and when i
+ .itora'm the trying times that sooner 'or later overtake all Mr. jOeorge A. McKlnnon.; cbalrman the votes are counted he will presentthe Ladies; Tailoring Depa ment
{ banking institutions. There are few items, if any. that look'' lot I the Board of Public Works went up; best evidence that he has not been 11 -I

better upon a balance sheet of a bank than a large surplus and to Pajip Beach ls mooting: on a. letting grass grow under his feet. I For ktreet carriage and,evening contain a, rt
calculated to secure tor it public confidence; it is |politic mission. -
none so well waists, tailor gowns and coat
!- therefore, on all accounts the best policy to accummulate such a Cocoanut sprouts for sale at Mall I .
fund as rapidly' as possible even if dividends to stockholders WantedClean. ouoa rags at this Boat DpckT 232 ,Twelfth Miami
have to be kept down to 4 low rate for a time.. The wisdom of office.if ./ t Street t
; this is teen in the provision of the National Bank act for the'ac- -- For Rent Three room cottage in ,
cummulation of and maintaining a surplus of at least 20 per ct. r.jjft; W, Hahn who Is one of the heart of the 'ctt,., Address Cottage
:I. of.the capital of the bank.Pratt's Digest,Nat Banking Laws Xb): : adlnjfi candidates In the race for this office. .; \.--. ,
Clerktof. the Circuit Court'went up
the llttf this morning on business.
'\(r.&lid Mrs. T. II. Preston; who
National Bank have been winter visitors here, left ?
The first BRQS3IER., means REAL ..STATII.Senf yesterday for Providence R. I. where IpecialVa i
they will spend some time. They' will ues y
r Frederick M. Hudson went go from there to Saratoga and other
OF MIAMI to Foci; Pierce this morning to spend points In the north for the summer

in three years of its existence has accnmmulated a surplus fund the'da|! there on. business. He' will and will return to Miami about September '
ot SEVEN THODAND DOLLARS and undivided profits over six THOU. retarn, tonight. 1st. Mr. Preston InvestedIn For'this week" at, The
SAND DOLLARS which make a ,total of. THIRTEEN ,THOUSAND f 'real estate while here and will
\ DOLLARS twenty-six per cent' of .thef capital 'of.'' the ,flank.v I Anything you want done, sidewalks return early to commence the even '
sewerage, landscape gardening, roads tion of a home.
built.';1.ndl cleaned. .See Fred flutter.Mlamil Miami Clothing Go's Store'
David Brown Candled Popcorn. .
-. . t: Umbrellas repaired and recovered.Leave ii "
'Wa"e.sCI..... cotton ran*at this at Racket Store- >
office'i';| t .
A assortment of men's linen
: 'f I ) 'j.L. DL Jones.; 'one of:the popular headquarters Col. J. ,W. Ewan Miami Is now aa a making patron his of .vests large 1//",.worth$250" : at..,..,..{*...,...,.. .-.;, .-.;".. .o:$1.00 I
R' [attache** of the Clyde Steamship Co.. the Rutherford. For the last twelve Fi.ae' e serge odd coats, worth four dollars : ,

I with fipaJquarters In Jacksonville Is years> the ""Duke, of Dade" as the 'and$4.50at ",....,-?....... .....",;........ .$3.00 .
,Iq tong today looking after business Colonel Is better known has been '
i for,Ills company making his home at the Peacock Inn Tan and grey mixture Wool crash suits, single
: l! REO I. Cocoannt .Grove's' famous hostlery. anddouble: breasted models, worth $10 at...,.. .$7.OO, s*
; I ., I If $10 REWARD'Lofty'Pearl but'' now that the Inn has chanced it -
hanOle Smith .Wes hand ,and:wUl In4all probability be ,A few odd"mInmer suits, to dose them oat
4 .' : .: son revolver; S3 eaL S 1-% Inch bar converted into a school building the atj 1 rr-.i..'.. .,.. ..,. .-. .,$5.00
j i is I .. rel.- j'Return to.this office and, receive Colonel has "decided to abandon .his I f"
'O. 'Light and dark grey flannel suits, worth $12
.' .' .reward< ,, old has haunts and-moved to town. He toy at.........;......,v . ....,.;...:. 1.,:..$10$12 .
> oithe' many In-Miami who will .
., Mrp George P.- Bull, secretary be pleased to know that he Is to be. Fine lack suits, well tailored. The kind that

; i pt.untr Democratic Executive one of ns In the future 1 wont lade: good $14 value at......;..;............ .I':,
Committee. returned to hll'lIome this
Carries as na.ay climbs more hills: jnst'alt
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'less gasoline passengers and tireti. safer and more easily mon lji after spending',yesterday. ia .Active man wanted-in each county: :Fine weave. blue serge suits, Venetian lined, ,
j fast controlled: uses;, just as luxurious, and!_comfortable' costs the ci.tr w on "business.:,; ". to exhibit demonstrate and advertise lame very latest cut worth $15 00 at...;..,.:.; ......,'$13. ,
that sell for double or treble stapleline;. salary $1S weekly |3
less for repairs than many cars A | assortment of men's SOT a, in dark and .
its price. i:. ". Send for the REf book,that tellswhyi 'Brossler... 'J wants. te IM.ysvr' prspertyTypewriting per day for expenses... Mo capital re 'light worsteds and cassimeres. $10 to $12.50.. .8. VI
;11' quired.v Honesty and sobriety moreessential ;:1'
l done at the Metropolis than' experience. National : I
r official: reasonable.rates., Company, 720 Chestnut atsee;. Phil

Co. 'j.YBa* t Watson; candidate for Representative h adelphia. _. P
Miami i Automobile ,,
."': ",from.;Dade county,, was a HOTEL'CHARLES. ClothinbCo
on this mornings train Miami
., ,. !.,;. ,13th, Street,near PostofficeIn for.passenger: alm Beach and other-points In 'Mrs.:.Jenkins.the;:well i known''proprietress .
the county, to look after his' political 0{ the Arcade Hotel. wishes ;
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I Interests. to, announce 'to -patrons and friends '1306 Avenue Florida
.ft.1BRSIER that she win.be'read/ to recent: her Miami', J;
: ewsnsal.la.sRnMetli friends and guests at her summer ho ,
tel.In Salads, ,The .
N.O.'May.15 -
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l Red ctio" $ ."services at.!the JTrst:'M; hotel,Is the beet in this most. ,popular
4ireat@t E'.:.Church: ;tonight.' resort, if THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE ,1

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iljss Julia Tallsferro:'who 1 u'been t''' AcCoUNTANT' I
) EXPERT. PUBLIC } to :.take a.driveeverycalls { day-arWnl7' : :

Gents'-S tnmer Clothing and:Shoes coneked of'HasIc,with, the the past Miami season Conservatory In' 'ANY..BUSINESS your" .attention to roar vehlete., f';

ofllhe- yoca!' department;" left .this, BEST REFERENCES You canr: afford to take any risk,
r and Zacf/es'' Skirts, GQING A?COST. morning' for ,Mobile Ala-, and other FRED. E.RANKIN with a' sick',man or" wo aa. WeH. "'
;::4 f. .. .. SouUjcrn cities and It Is probable she BOX 572": JACKSONVILLE. ,,FLA.LeMonili d do for" ;your carriage.I If It needs rv;;.
wutto'West before the;summer;-is -- 'pairs,, what" <<
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i :!A Loan Office,. Opp P. O t f r- .sick conveyance- a weD. and strong'one. _" ..
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'Treasurer C. H. Ranlerson. 'Woadufal'Ue lu : : J. A. DANN .
,I.i wh:1s: a'candidate In the approaching : p f -
'': primary succeed: 'himself as tressnrefjl : CURES' g 423 Eliwat> .Street.T Miami, 11
: t ; returned' yesterday from >the I
Z' Hobtestead eountrroer.. he" has Inflamation l Cub,rBrui.ee. Barns.Chapped I' :- :-, _.' ,
,, betiflj 1 spending the.past few days'ml x- Skin,' Rongb ness.,Blackheads
IngVwith1 the voters of that end.,'of Pimples and Eczema. Keeps
'';' tbogtnty. ,Ranlerson; feel very Complexion. soft;smooth and fresh ;
; 10 mnfch; encouraged "over the welcome Transfer
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'$tore'your;pianos or faratlture at : Company
tbq;MIaml Furniture Company's stor-
.x aSGa17. and ,31/ Twelfth street. G. 'M.; DYKES i ,
JI r 12th street Phone No. 157 and 1121A venae D. Phone '110
: > LAUNCH FOR SALE. 3J4'Tenth StreetAtfUwU Garage and Stable 11th ..treet.near' Ave EJ '
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Length 31 oy 7. Full cabin, BUdimitfcsig
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Nine b. p.; ;:cyllnder' 20th ,
.. IIIuIulir Century'; engine%; -everything> In first- week Wag. ... Butt (. Order Horses, ,Carriages and
} class order.'Cost 11.600; price 1000. A I ?
Address launch'care Metropolis. HORStSHOCING Sea.It9. k
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$2.50 < $2.50' repairs and supplies Agents for the famous FORD au
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
". for moving heavy freight Omnibus meets every train. Bag :>:
<>" i'>! gage transferred.' ALL orders receive PROMPT. Attention..
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1' M Watch' This ,Space CLASS ..: HorseSt1oeingl

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Gibson> ; .- .. ', I L: ForNext/ Thursdays Sale l F. LaFdtttisee 7Q8 7th St_: i;

Besides this patent tie,we have .models of aofj: .. ,
Mack kid,and gam-metal;: ,- in",variety, ,of ,shapes and designs.-, : .1:

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J Paid- Up Capital J75.0OO. Sarpius, $12.OOOl

; .Insures land titles prepares abati-actaol'titles,loans and
Magnolia Grocery Company invests money on its own account and for
agent ,attorney-in-fact, trustee assignee, executor receiver
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