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 9, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
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System ID: UF00076097:00335
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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p- VOL 3. .NO. 104 4i.'INrlarsa ItCMBiWMl.' MIAMI.r, FLORIDA MONDAY APRIL 9, 1906. .nse.r.. llwtI :'s Puce 5'Ce .rfi

fi I: Easter Comes Next Sunday and The Merchant.vho Would Increase His Sale This Week Must Advertise His Goods and Ware' :.






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HOUSEKEEPERS, CLUB ball wo Trains Daily! to and From Miami-Schedule is Con 1T

Were Guests' 'in Miami The Program for April Ha Been Announced V1ient-Schadultl; of the P & 0 S S Co. is Announced


'; Yesterday. and last The Housekeepers Club of cocoanut I Also for the Summer. Upon His Return to Zion City] And Italian'Towns Near Vesuviusare

s ( Grove held a satisfactory meeting .
last Thursday, the 5th. A great deal "if He Does He, Too, Wi, Believed Have Escaped
Enrcute of routine work was attended to and
moat encouraging reports from the,I' Be Arrested on Charge Neve -Weight of Ashes' Caused
committees read. The Jammer schedule of the F. E. at 9:50 o'clock In the morning and ,
various were
I to GubaAre The programme committee have 1 C. Railway will become effective to- reach Miami at 11 o'clock at night Before Hade Public-Will Arrive Buildings' toc Collapse-King
/. ,. ,. worked hard on the program for the morro<:f and on and after that date The P. ft: O. S. S. schedule also .
and have.provided there will be bat two passenger trains changes this month. The steamer Not Latter Than
winter --session ai Tuesdaj.Officers and Queen go to Threatened
IIi Shlnnecock
delightful one. The summer meetIngs -: dally and out of Miami plying between here and
I each month's':. The Service which will be discontinued Key West and there connecting with t
are to be open ones Prepare Bond. Districts TodayNaplesApril
program arranged for at the businessmeeting : atiij which was in operation during other vessels of.the fleet for Havana,
:. on Thelr'Aeelial' Junket ng cf the month.Aprtl' tb@xpast season, was one of the will make her last trip from this port
belt eRr sensed the traveling public Friday the. 13th and return Saturday Ir
-will be as follows.and
i S Tout, After; Annual Meeting :. '.gueats,_program are'most cordially invited on theast coast The..trains'were afternoon. She will then be taken off I ,
., \ : : elegant;;In appointment and the hours : the run and will leave the next day for II I '
. f Wes'hieg- to in of them: Chicago. April 9 A report receded 9The stream of lava :
Was.rield arrival
in of convenient thenorth.
Which : and departure to ,
Thursday, April 12:!-The ladies at Zion has
CUr today says that John which been thre
itening Terre &nnuanzlata. -
1 entertain several well known educators the traveling public! and citizens ,bar.lug > After this there will be no other : ,

ton:-Traveled in Private Cars. and school mater .will berdis.. business elsewhere ship from here for Key West and Ha- Alexander t'rophet" Dowie, on his a t a town "of twentyeightevening

: cussed as the member sew, for>the .3i The .Ifiavel was exceptionally heavy vana until Wednesday, the ISth. the rival there from Mexico will cause the thousand Inhabltan, bas remained '

and (Went,6'ut; on: Steamer Club has been presented with a sew the pe iti|season and according to railroad next schedule being through to Havana Immediate arrest of Overseer Bo11 a stationary since last f and the "]
then more people."'ere transported via Key West but what vessel the '
ing basket filled :with work. Teaii'n'i, and the members of his counsel and danger to place appear to. have .
Sbicnecockioday backhand forth from Miami will be put the has not
interest than on run yet passed. ,
cake will be served and ''
I bet4re which that been decided. charge them with conspiracy. |
H4 In school: work are Invited. '!''f : ever prove* the season Vesuvius haa perc ptlbly diminished
'I I i Thursday, 'April 19-Housekeepers' wli i one'of'the' belt in the history i The Miami-Nassau schedule changes The rumor has caused the greatest and the shower of ashes ceased talla .

-- Day'and each member Is expected to ojhe; east coast i on the 17th the steamer Martinique excitement in Zion City where' the lug over Naples for time this morning -

1' .. *" f 7: bring a recipe for some dish: or, tell |;The :fhednle becoming effective to- i leaving here on Tuesdays at 3 statement Is made that such action : but began late again. -
,A fare:number olEember$ of the of "of doing'house' ? work. aorrowris as follow: 1 1Ifrali p. m. and sailing from Nassau on One hundred and fifty three-taous-
some way |No. 78 win leave )uamJ:at 71 I Thursdays at the same hour. This I will be followed by the Immediate arrest and refugees are gathered la this city
Rational'Association i oJ Railway Com- while they sew. The recipe wiU.bekept .
I of Dowse charge serious J
on a more
o clocl4n; the morning and arrive, at schedule will continue until the 24th When the last train! was leaving BOlo
the Club House for reference.
mlssionera, accompanied by,their tarnille ; Jacksonville at 7:50 o'clock in the eve-'i when the Martinique will go out on than any yet made public. 1 cotrecase; a fresh crater opened near
!. Th
26 ladies
'Apr *
f arrived tin.,,the cKy1' yesterday win Thursday.' children's party i which nl # the last trip, returning here QU'the I Preparations have been made {to the station.. Refugee from Ottojano
give a <*Tral lNo. 98 will leave Miami at 26th.. After that the will counteract any movement made' byX .
mornlng pending dar and night; sailings oe i say that ten houses {and five churches
z', Jhe and girl of Cocoanut
all the .boy*. >wie, and bonds have been providedby
: O'cjock In the evening and reach discontinued for the
.. leaving'at'to'clock' this Invited. : i have mollapsed from the weight, of
here and Grove under sixteen are
Jacksonville at S65 o'clock next morn- As will be noted above there will be the omcers of Zion City to .secure ..hes. | .
r' sorting'aboard the' steamer Shlnnecock'forKieyTWesi There win be games and good' Invited thing 1Dg:: : -: ", t :; '* ., no ship from hem to Key West and their liberty. If arrested., j King Victor Emanuel and Queen Helens -
: andHavanai! j ,$ to eat!end theimotner are Dowie 1* coming on a train which
: > J' Tral ;Na .9 win leaf JacksonvUleat4tjptock Hanna from Friday until,Wednesday arrived this morning from Rome. ,;
-,' 1 Th party reached her
) : >. Scaadia, "'40* bring' 'their' "i" Miami-t 7:60 Q'e1oe1c.uext morning.. south must get out then or indulge a He will be at Zion City of the Ian stream j The kind said:
_ i .f. than
; .
'I 1 not later Tuesday sight. .It Is
; o.'Z' will leave JaekaonvWefERGE five-day lay-over.
'"!'' r-'n'al $ \( "If the place are in danger it U my
Castleton, and Gnatamala,' with bag-, Another Woods Fir*: lL.: evident that trouble will occur In Zion
g.!,and;dhtag'ar ttuiq1,l Tie' At'j:20: o'cioc ijblaft6FIIaontUe _l _oO-c l .li t City Immediate spat hla arrtraLT:' vt duty, !O. bf re.J .". :,

thin'was la charge oTEagSeer'Smlta fire department was called out to ex RIOTIN'A MANYMINERSpoiK I
Set I7oodador.Wan...party.-ftrtrlng tlD 1Ih-.- hreatelilllt"woods:fir*-on : I Married Saturday Night r iscem Prefaeibnal. ,

, sit one to th* Halcyon Hall, where Fourth street between Avenue C and The marriage of Mr .Charles Smithand Mis* Ethel Weatherly left this mora-

ttey wer* guests. ,... D...'This U the third or fourth time Mrs. En Bell of Jacksonville. tog for Houston. Tex, where ah* will
ft Pracacant q ever Btat* commjsaloak > la as many week that the department 1 FRANCISCO'Ji. SU.MwQRKt .waa solemnized Saturday night at tae join the Gagnon-Pollock Compaaynow

I Teetgelteeiblone, tcySsieeDr >' has beta called out to extinguish, ,such .J. ... .1.* home of Mr*..Thomas Leighton on 7th playing at that place. Tat CQlDp&U
hers U4 the outing aov belag tadolc- ,1Nt.!-i'f;. rtf_ r'T. -" ,n. '." j. >.n. Vr street Judge A.E.. Heyser officiating. will be there for several weeks going
ell is.mil cCJta JauaU alwaya-fnUow- thence to Colorado Springs and after
Mrs. Bell Is of aa .Kentucky family
4 tag ta*'recnttr annul meeting,-which W CT* -'FrfjrNrth; ...,: ,. and baa resided *la this'city donna' leaving then..will auk a tow ot OM 701

vat held thlyear la Washington this : the 6h valuable west It la &. true assertion made
Capt.:. Tony Canon ,ot ;city, lastyear. owns jS
tromtlle-J4 to1ath. 1WuI"" i : by people that Miss WeathenyI
; will go to Palm;Beach next week,and : : property la Jacksonville and the happ7 many
>!i| Terterday ih i.major1t1'of-; wlu the INJURE A'ND couple will Immediately commenc i the star ottbeVajatear das la tills
Ungnjshed vtaltor spent the afternoon boat Palm Beach, owned by Mr. J.' T. y.i the erection of a substantial residence city and If she does its wen profesaloa-:

b driving about the' dty.and.Tlaltlng' DeBerry.The boat will b*'taken.to i 'TROUBLE'OCCURRED OVER'AN, CONFERENCE MEETINO at that place. Mr. Smith U a weu ally u she did u an amateur there Is '0;
:- of Interest: 'Some few went ,>* r-'K little doubt of her Beside her
point success.
New York Sand sold and a larger and i known citizen of Miami and will return
the thou gk It rather windy ATtiMPT1), STOP SPEECHES POSTPONED Mine ffifeatherly U with
ea bay was more suitable boat probably doable- here with his bride la the.eary talent. gifted
" and, roach te tUorooghi'enjoymeat.tany ended being secured for the business: f.... ..i t 1X;'p '" i i. .1 falL They will occupy his cottageon a charming disposition and baa a faculty

] .or'1he'gentlemen tad: never on Lake Worth"next:season. .,: it I ". 3d street I for making and keeping many .
, ... been here before though all poke flatteringly ( d"r friend, who greatly; regret her departure '
: of the city and its'wonderful ,-. I and wish for- ber every blessingand .
: '
.u development SaniFranclsco April 9-The fiercest : !;Pitsburg.,! April.I-: .There was aa al a successful life In her cnoea proOT "-
.J* Tomorrow will be spent'ID" Key ()()(jKET' riot,la imany'\year la San Franciscoocgt1Tgd most1' complete"resumption of operations LEGAL PAPERS i feaaion.RESOLUTIONS.< .
last jil ht at outdoor
Havana' reached Wednesday / sui
We and ; -
(; CIVILis j. the coalfields of this district '
f meeting to express sympaUir for President 1
morning. They will remain there : RESPECT
: today. Seven Independent: coal coin
ttntfl Friday'morning when the return ; TAKEN UPBY iioyer and Secretary; Haywood FILED FOR REGORD

started reaching:Miami .. .. of the., JVestern Federation of Miner, panics signed the wage scale today the
Passed by Boy o Woodcraft on
Were j
the. charge
Saturday ernoon and leaving that who imprisoned on

n4ght' : Sunday win be" spent In'St.Augustine "f' .. t of Implication in the murder' .of-former" NO CHANGE OCCURS Death of Victor Gibbon ,, -

and of Monday laJackJoariDe. Governor Stennenberge.
a part
i after which"fhort'4tope ;.- JUDGE The?, >ollce attempted to interruptSaiailat1e.speechesandthetrlot IN ANTHROCITE SECTION Whereas, It ng pleased Almighty

t:. will be made at varlou other point HEYSER IN COUNTY ; fol A LARGE NUMBER OF DEEDS.8AT- God to summon to a state of
lowed'in) which "several Phn.1eIPm.r: t endless duration,; our worthr.brother.
reached. .Tnesdsj policemen 'prii:9-: Reports re-
Washington.being on CASEOF.RlV
Co'URTTobAV : : .
4 morning at 10:15'o'tIoek'where the were Severely Injured. and seventeenrioters. eel red Joday' from the anthracite coal ISFACTIONS MORTGAGES, ETC I ., Victor J. Gibbons.I w(', while bowing
'three with I with submission to the inevitable decree -
arrested, : charged
,. party-win disband and'the* tour come i WATSON viF.; .;:C.JRAILWAY attempted murder.. '| regions1 'state 'that the beginning 'Of FILED DAILY, KEEP CLERKS ON that the uua shall return to
: to a' close. t'f % ?S-X-: '
.u the second'week of the strike!shows the earth as It was and the spirit
:; it; Those compoalngthe party .were; PLACED. ON TRIAL '; THE MOVE I
: Mra.T.8.Crawford. MU Lillian; Earle, SAN DOMINGO TROUBLE.'K. practically the same condition that elated shah return to God who gave It"

.Vis Wilton Earle. H/Eare.. F. M. .d> ;1 t. ) R\- "" "".''W AT, ..AN SEND last week.CONFERENCE ., 'eeply from deplore fraternal the severance[ chain therefore of a flak

S3=e'. Mr. and Mrs, F. .D.- Kendau. < 1 i- 5' I our
.. t ':11 ***=* boIt j
-: Greenville,f8C-JohnP.-JSV>an; 8; ,4 wa ngtonAprll S-= The:Navy Department i
( C. Roof E. R. SteaJman, J.S.. :* 'in the county court'this morning host received a ;cablegramrromCommander'Southerland OF COMMITTEEWAS Warranty deed: Florence G. Hann Resolved That we extend to the bereaved -
took the civil docket POSTPONEDNew and husband to Mrs. J. E. Lummus family our sincere sympathy
: Moore, J. E; Nonnet J. P. Mathews, I JudgeHeyser up ; datedat
); McKerall.-J.rC."Mace-Ji--- B.Kerrigan .' andrwfflrbe occupied with it .the better for $5 and other considerations, undivided and as a tribute o our affection the
r..x- :: Monte Christl Santo Domingo, -
;; yesterdart'tatlng 9At
Earle Colombia part if not all of this week. The Yqrk, April the request half interest In lot 18, block lodge be draped I 14 mournlnz. and a
and B.H. that of.B E. that a satisfactory settlement of ..theoperators, the conference ,between Miami. I memorial Inserted In out minutes
amDtoa. aC first case taken up.was ,
c. JU W; Union
.. ; ,. : has been reached Samana sand
...:, Mr: and Mrs. Isaac B. Brown; R..W. Wat.oa'vs'the'5 B.! ;C. Ran way;assnmpslt -. Bay by the effort of Parado MasquesTheroubleJf"how"over .the .committees/of the miners antheoperators'to < Crop liens Daniel Helsley and 1f3':{ that a copy be suitably engrossed
consider situation land
" 'Harold A.G1V damages 1200. .. Blackmer &: Chandler, BI.ckmer : presented to he faintly of.>oar
Brown. Corq.PL'Mrs. : and ,the In the anthracite coal fields, has been V
selected deceased brother.V
Painter Co.Agrement |
Pa. Mis, Grace A. The following Jury .was I t'
bert.-WlUUmsport ; J forces';*111 be withdrawn. All 1* quiet until tomorrow.
Thoaipeon.1 Bordentown, New Jersey, try.the cue: RTE!: Crockett.: R.; b. elsewhere.' '' between Dade County H. Peyton Bragg; Com.
Ml**' Mbmi .Putney., of Manchester. Wilson, A. J. Campbell, J., H.,Johnson 1': Title Insurance and Trust Co.. and I John Henry, Vice-Corn.
K. T .Mr. George Montgomery, .JL; W.Hewitt'.and L.. 8:, \vll- \' AFTER WEEK'S IDLENESS Augustus Baur. for purchase of lots Frank Blanton.'
ph.bd.nonC. W. DuPre, ot Atlanta son..Attorney George .,Worley. represents MINES RESUME WORK *. 10, 13 and 14, block 106. south M* Jessie Mathers( Sec).

; Mr.; an4,Mr*..J.b.Morgan Jge, ,the plaintiff and George' M. M RETURNS ,NEW. :RKNe1t.Tork. ami. Consideration $3,400. 1] .
MlM'Lmian Morgandge..Mr. and Mrs. Robbins the,defendant company Irwin Pa. April >-, After an Idleness Mortgage deed, W. E. Sweating and 36, tp. 53, south rage 41 'east

C. A.' '.DUbrwr. Mr. and Mr*.Theo B. TVItnessrt examined this forenoonwere April 9- John D.'RocSe- of a week mine operations were wife to Eleanor G. Simmons for $CO, TVairaniy deed Cos Blue and wife 0'

Eeln.'Mr. and Mrs A. G. Knlseley, ," for the plaintiff:.'L._L., Silcox, feller' returned to New York today. peacefully resumed In this vicinity today I tats 27 and 28. block 29. Frow's I tL.. W. Cambric for ISO. Iota 1 '.

Mr: and Mrs. 'LwU' M.:.Nelffer. otHarrisbarg ; Robt>Williams,. C. Con and .B.. L. from jLakewood..;N.X. __ homestead. _. i I! and 2. block 1. south. Manconla.:
Pa.; :_A.-Sncnrdey Seattle Baton;, for the defense; T. W.'uack tiT --- Wararnty deed Ernest Stypmanjto Warranty deed. Mary 'Brlcken and "
Wash.: ],Ir.; and Mrs. J:J;Davenport 1 son,' B:'C. Aikia. A: Henry, I:., M. ROM :.Barge Arrived But1 one tarpon, weighing 110 pound Protestant Episcopal Church for $65, husband to J. H. !Tatum for $1 and '}

b ;;. of;: Sturgis,, 8. 'D.;:- Maud: NlehoilOli.and.N i:.T,':Courtney..Tb!. Thug' Edw.rd.of, Coney from was taken, though many other game !tot* 7 and 10, block 8, Stuart f other considerations. lots S and 6.

.... Mrs. K. J. Phmips, Deadwood. 8. D.: case was unfinished twhen the noon re-' Brunswick towing two barges for the fish were caught The tarpon was Warranty deed, Augustus 8. Worthington block 5; lots 11. tA N. block 6; xa ,
1 Hl*"JCliD!:: WrighV>Denver.CoL, ;)1 Mr. I Celt was taken.1. i R; GRos Contracting Co. arrived brought back and will be! mounted. : and wife to Henry Wells for 11 to.13. block .. lots! 3 to'14, and 11 '
and Mr*. J. Collins Washington; Mr. Besides* those mentioned a* Jurymen in'porCSatnrday afternoon from Jacksonville S4.000, lot>5, Sam Filer's plat section and 20, block 8; lob 11 and 16. block "'
and Mrs. W.. A. Rohlf. Waverly.. la.;.: the following other will serve tne and after delivering her tow 10. tp. 63, south range 42 east !i iWarranty 13; lots 1 to 10, block 15; lots 4, block :,
,,_ Mr. and Mr*. Brown J: E. Dorr,'of.TVashlngton court this week: E. a.. Eaton P. \,. proceeded to.Key' West to tow' from Yacht Clara Sold deed Sue Bradley John. 17 and Iota 8 to 13. blockl4, at1l. '

:; ;.. F, .}o. ehollon, Augusta Merritt W. C.. Farr, T. E. Savage that, lace to Dry Tortugas a' large The crack launch yacht Clara, own- ion to Sue B. Johnson for $1 lots l] 2, Miami. I V

;, Ga.: Mr. uel.3ra. Jj;8 j McMillan. t and;>. C;,.RlchardL -; dredge j belonging to the Ross Com ed by Capt. George' H. Meyers whlc and 4. block 1, Johnson t: Waddell's Deed Model Land Co., to E. J.Har
Seattle Wash plat north, Miami j rill and W. H. Butler for-$150. tea
Paul McMillan, of ; Mr. *! The Coney h.d'au eventful
pany. has been conspicuous in local waters '
arid Mrs' J:- W.:Robinson.''El Dorado.' Real Estate Firm Dissolved.. -:,: n: trip from Jacksonville 10Uth.c Warranty deed. Sue Bradley Johnson acres in section IS. tp. S3. south.

:. Kan. Mr Ed, Kearney.Jackson.. Neu.Yvon .' By mutual consent the. real estate for the past several years will be to Susan Jane Strange for $1, lot range 41 east
*! ""' firm of, Beck Wilson &: Huddleston Twenty Defendant seen here no more after today as she plat north. Miami Quitclaim deed F. A. Cooley et

{ Revolver heretofore doing business In rooms 2, has been sold to Mr. J. C. Heyeran Warranty deed. Sue Bradley Join-' ux an,)- J. W. H riser to JosephineS. ."
: Bert McGlrt won the revolver last j 4. 6 and 8 Hatchett bunding:on 12th Twisty defendants mostly all white son to Isabelle B. Johnson for $1.1 I lots Homer for SI nd other considerations '
'J;+ week at Martin' Shooting Gallery street.has been dissolved. Mrs.Beck and the majority of them for being left here this afternoon'for Punta Gor- :. 3. 6. 7, 10, 11 and 12, block 33, Johnson Iota I, 8. 9 16. 11, 19. 21. 22. "

;. making a score of 74 oat of a possible will continue the real estate businessin drnnk:and disorderly and fighting, ap- da, on the west coast which in the & Waddell's plat, north. Miami. ;I :!3. :e. 27. so. si.I 34. ;35. 38 39. 41.
75.: ', -i the same rooms,.while Messrs. \it- pearedibefore Judge Sanders. In the future will be her home port. It I Is Warranty deed. Sue Bradley Johnson I 43: and 46. of p, ... White' re-sub-
ton and Huddles ton.will form a co municipal court this morning and n- understood. that Mr. Heyer represents to Gilbert M. L. Johnson for II, division block 16, .MLamL

Left far Eau Galll partnership in &.like' line buslnew ceive l fines.. Four colored defend'- I the interests of a railroad and phos !ots 5, 6. 7 and 8, block 1, Johnson I' Warranty deed. J. W.: Horner et

The remalnjng boats of the Florida under the firm name of Wilson ft: Hud *fre arrested Saturday phate company, which has bought the .& Waddell's plat north, MlamL [ ux and L. A. Cooler to Jamie B.
r '
Fish'and.Produce Company fleet. left dleston. occupying rooms,10. ;11 and. UHatchett gamhlibg. two of 'them forfeited iOboud yacht for dispatch and light towing Warranty deed. Sue Bradley Job- I Cooley for SI ant itiier consideration
fills morning for Eau GalUe on the .building. !ind the Jwo others wereflned ": purposes. Bert Dill of this city went son to Cbas. H. Fletcher for $400, Irts i lots *. 3. 6, 1, 10 11. 14, 15 18, 20
Indian,.River,where they will be put S3 aiQa cost: each., C \ I our 00' the Clara as engineer, and after 3, 4. 5 and 6. block .. Johnson &:.i,24. 25. ::%. 33. 40, 42: and 43 P. L.

j In use'.for the' summer. Mr: A. H. Went'.to'Soldier:Key ..: Caugd9ne; delivering her in Punta Gorda be WadJell's plat north MlamL I 'i\"hlte' re-subdlvl Ion block 1-C, VI-

'Adams' manager for' the company The yachts,Jupiter, Whiz and Sem Tarpon I affil return to Fort Myers, there JoinIng j: Warranty deed, John J. Hlnson to lam!.
y leaves for that place tomorow...: Mr*. mole carried parties to Soldier Key MeSjf-s.: Johnson ougI3i1s. WIUIa'n the large ya.t: Wacutah, which ; Alex! Colby .or $-10 and other con Id- I Waranty deed. EJIwaril IL Kltkman .

: Adams and the children wi.1 remain yesterday where the day was spent and plnnlmore, who haa Dees'awayon was in port off and on the past sea sou, j' pratlons north half lot 1. block 2. i action -I I I to Fred Emerson for $150. fifteea

here.,BntQ the close of school; wheDthf1"YJJ1Ine pleasantly .,AU of the parties .had a'teh 'dajs1 cruise aboard the>auxti-j and taWe her up the Mississippi river j, 10 tp. 54, south, range 41 e t. '{acres in section 9. tp 55. south range .
to spend the: summer planned reef.fishing trips but it was lary a cht. Savalo,- with the launch! to faraway, Minn. Friends | Warranty deeJ, Lawrence Johnson I! 40 east. '

n In.Jacksondne. Sanford an-.Macon, too;-choppy :outside for pleasure or., yachf tranger, Capt. Meloy, as a ten-.of Mth* the"Clara and Mr. Dill wisn' ,to Jessie Perry for $3 ), lot 13, b6ck I I Release of mo gage, Carrio, Root. ,
Ceorgla:, .. fishing.- -- --i,"- der! WMnrned early yesterday mornln; :or them successful trips. I| 7. of Dald1 n's division lot :2, sect on 'o J. H. Ehrenart.


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U2 and 434.Twelfth

i "-t*,; MONDAY APRIL 9, 1908 Thousands of dollars 'worth'of goods to be sacrificed. order :o'redllce' burr immense'I

.REGISTERING' AND PAYING POLL T/'X .S. fstock. Every one knows our policy is to carry no :igoods.pyer: from season o season.

{4,, WLat'are*:you doing towards qualifying yourself to vote.In. 'the appr. ch to Anything will ,sell if you will make the price 1 low enough a id in this sale we offer
lug primary and election? If you are not certatn as to >our elsglbllHy k,

vote citizenship it is time In the you proper were condition.making.Inquiries, about the same and, getting!: your la absurdly low prices the best class jot goods. Goods of national!, reputation/and!, ,

his To poll be taxes a qualified paid for voter the last it is two necessary years proceeding that one ,be the registered primary and election nave, Ima ers most 'every one know to be the best. All merchants hate to, sell\:'goods ,at '1 1a

for the years 1904'and 1905. If you are not registered 1-_
last case
or.In the law the requires that yon must have been a resident of the; 'State for, sal \ but in order to reduce stock and turn goods into cas \ this has ..tobe\ :;, !done :
do so. After rejisterlni
: and of'the' county six moaths to
one year yon must pay your poll taies for the two previous years" "Those register who ,; occasio 1y. Our stock is larger and better than ever, and i in order to reduce stock :
election are required.
have become of age since the last general '
and pay'poll taxes the same as the newcomer Into the county., These requirements quickl as possible the prices have been cut MUCH than l'er' before .h
apply; of course, only to American citizens, and those not exempt Bas LOr'ER a .j

b7age.. .hS
3, The connty registration looks, as well u the tax books are now open
.in the various njeclncts of the county and the latter st the court 1 j

-, boob honor the former win from be the open hours nntfl of the 9 to 80th 1 and tost from and 2 all to 6 persons o.clock'c1al1y.entitled.The by law former to |Afred| Benjamin and Snellen- ,. .Paragon li Blooms Mans, Pants

that their names are placed on .
register and vote in Dade county should see berg Clothing'wo
the. books and their poll taxes paid, on or before this date. : These 'pants'' are the .. in, the
'!There seems to be a general misunderstanding u to when poll taxesmay : o world and no tailor could give {Itt __ _
> not being received of. the most farnous. makes in the .U. ;
that they are '
be paid, and some are of the impression I < you a better fit -'weares I 9 .
kow.* This lea- mistake=as the primary law enacted in 1903.'and unchanged J.S. Every suit wear.I 8.00 7 oo and 6 oo pants for, J !. .
as 14 90 -
to and including fit ,
'spednes that poll tues shan be received by the tax assessor up | to style, or : J. ': :,.
the second Saturday In the month proceeding the day: of any primary [25.00. 20.00! 18.00 a .- The very' thing} for business wear. Good
-or special election. It other words, poll taxes may be paid up to.and through: 'Such a! imported worsted. fan flannels fast colors and good wearers" ." ""
Saturday. May 5, the election being on the 15th of that month.It Ifserges; broad cloths etc. 5 oo, 4 50 and four dollar $ 45

'.. is Important that yon remember these facts. You can register from [;: fourteen $1 I 90 pants for.a..t.| . . ,. ,
15.ooand '
now until April 28.'and you have from now until.May 5, in,which to pay your |t6:0 I"j': :.: .
'pore-gas: Every good citizen desires tovote, and'thoreby'bu a band In suits for. .,. ... . . ... 3 50 and,3 op pants for 2 9S :
the selection'of the men to'om e.that will represent their Interest though These are finely'made and the very"thing Fully two hundredpatternsto $2.95Boys1
Don't let It be the case in
some forego the duty by neflectlnc to qualify. desire of all citizens fior| business.wear. Not such :' select front, for . ; f ,
this instance.' Dade county is growing and it is the ,: .: ,
of the county be polled ,on election 'day l La quantity left.. 12 50. 10 60 $6 '
iad'candidates that the total vote pant divfdfd
.1 s ;that the.State connty.'can: see th* growth Appreciate the ..muhooJtUt n 9 oo suits for ,. ;. ; ,oarentire_

populates itCONCRETE JA. few men's suits. TheseIwill > Into' :3 prik( '60c. 90c ,| dl20 ]

be. oJd.lQorde toclose. tA9'0' ... .
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STONe BUILDING BLOCKS ;at. ._ .:. ,. ,.:. . -"" '_/ ,cent, .fdlit, OR dII W Ys'y' ..,/ // ;
'. .s- -,. ,, _."* .. $ .# 't.JHJt, : .4 f" 11' ") l The'' most generous nse of hollow ,concrete, stone blocks for bull ding

cf purposes the Industry to lllana: bere.bespeaks., well for. .the,taiferlal.. .: and"a.t_prpvestte.V ..importance. Shoes ',Shoes tQurl; lggeststock is 1n our shoe pit; "Shoes jSh .1
elMwhereID S
iTor many years these,blocks harp been successfully used ment ..
the construction of public; and"private>un faventors'have taxed their'Ingenuity i fo'ptovlde'steet moulds of .. "' ; /
however to carry not'only the largest stock but:the j" "
'men perfect andTaried designs ;and suck extraordinary.care has been taken "
by ;contractors to'mix'the proper Ingredients of which,the blocks are composed ShOes 'ShosQIbe st' wearers arid BESlfnttersn.tKe. ':ci. Shoes SflOCS
that the' superior quality suitability and beauty: 'of'theae blocks for .<"..- -101"" ;.;Tf t'B' -, .JTOi" ........h1'.iJ ... './ .
'mnch'more generally7recogn"zed.-.:- I .. t- i !
5 building purposes,, has become very I _. x
house constructed of these concrete blocks win. successfully
It Is claimed that a ..

the outside resist is. most fire;,effectually that the walls prevented are of:and superior that the solidity building; that presents moisture arch o. Wftlk. v r. :Pas Jdi; ,< Edwin i.: app{ J.ripp.endorf: Ladies j

iteetnrslly a much more pleasing appearanceThe holloir part"pipes of the blocks I and, Keith, Sho !" :.
conveniently accommodates for var-
give superior: ventilation; ans very J j.
well an UnVf of wire, so adjusted as to be free. entirely. andothar'makes"; a "
Iou purposes as as *f '-r* .; ;; .. .. .. -- 200 pair of Edwin 1 "f y Krippendorf ladies'_shoes- excellent .
of danger: : ":ri :' '." p assortment to choose from. '
,manufacturing the highest grade'of I Walk Over," Packard 'and'Keith's' and famous $6 and CC Worth $3.00 and 3.50 $2.45
Miami can boast of two,concerns .. at. { :
other makes.Shoes noted CO $7,shoes at. $*
concrete building blocksand ornaments,,the component parts of which are. as QC :* A few Ladies'. Nigh ,
: tt3.50and$4.00'eUer'to'o.t.. -- '*', ) shf7$1 I 95
; 'wort1a2.SOau.t3.00for
satin beach sand and cement. Both'concerns:or companlel', a doing a .. s :
those the blocks carefully contend BJgbneo; f men's shoesto close CI.ACat Clapp shoes are noted \Big |line of ladies
business and who have examined $2.95
splendid I for stjle and wearing JKrds to close at$L3S,$Z4S at...
? ......r.\i..v *'*' ; .
that they are superior to those In other parts of the country: which are made. ... t quality and they' cost I t "
'mainly from limestone rock and'cement. : I,i ,more to make in the fac ,: shoes notion sale; .',
.The fact that many r residences and 'business blocks have already been 1:1 Children's' Shoes".8nd tory than any tea shoe Air : f .

t built here,with these blocks snd. the large.number of other structures COIr .- 'I in United S to-daj, and. on, shelves to go at :
templated and planned, attest the high favor In which,the material is held Ii Oxfords Diamond-brand five dollar I j
and if the present rate of ':consumption continues Miami. will in a few years f shoes to go QC I
be a city,built almost entirely of concrete, 'blocks 119.5& forSI.oo. and 11.25: shoes 95C;,. .' .,for.-....:$Ji 7 Jbics i 10 J
The merchant who says, in'his advertisement.. Just what he would say qL25fors1..os1.o> $1.60 shoes: | .25 B t of tk>s .UU a. : t :t

Sa 'an' hour's. talk with..a customer, has- solved the, problem' of writing.. 9 >45 'or' f 1..7 ,.42.: $z.25shoesI.45: | '" widths-.I : per cent_ discount s
u. "effective. .. advertisement"The Jf- ; ,

,', anthracite_coal strike.of IMS Is estimated to have cost $140,000,000. "... '
The total cost In money of the 'Spantsh-American, war wu 165000000. I. /V\cns/ Shifts Trunks and suitcases Men'isj' Hats
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What wffl the threatened strike cast' .. .. ,
'i' 'k I '
John B. Stetson and Knox
Money is the fuel used on'the engine of publicity-no'other fuel.win iOO men's' fine'shirts In as- : 5 and 6 :doUr Juts OC ..-;

'produce a pound of steam. Publicity'Is the* engine which4pulls your store; l| sorted patterns, mostly Manhattan I to close. at .. .t. ..... .4. .
and a good'engineer will tell'you that to'save 'on, the. fuel Is to slacken the and Royal Palm are : $:0.00 trunks and suit cases for flUS "
speed.J.. ? worth 2.00 and 2.50. f' 118.00 trunks and suit cases for 'tl-40 Young Bros. ..00.and 3.50

f Closing price! :> .-. .. .T'*' "$1.00 trunks and salt cues for I>.., felt hats at thlsisale. 7 fiK
8. Geiger and son, L. D.'Qelgefjiave assumed the editorial management 1 : i 110,00 trunks and suit eases for $7J5 for. . .. a a ". .
and control of the Fort Pierce Mews, taking charge with the last Issue. .jf Big Line of Majestic Shirts: ; SS.OOtnmu, lad suit eases for $14* .
The Messrs.'Gelrer ire FJortdlans by birth and have been connected .with 11 to close out 1.10 t $500 trunks and suit cases for HJf All-straw hats al

various. Florida publications. The Mews has been one of, tbe.verr;best lat. : ... ... . ,13.50 trunks and suit cases for 1140 20 per cent: discoaot.
weeklies that came to oar, e cbance table dJn. ,relinquishing the control
,.to other men. Mr. Charles B. Emerson promises patron and public'that It
will be kept at the present high standard as a paper. Sweet-Orr and Railroad 1 Overalls; worth 75 cents .60G Boys' shirt waists:;, boys shwashable its boys
t for. .: . . . . . :. . . . ;; ,

Although-the tourist season closed officially with,the Royal Palm on the suits '
= Scriven ElastlcSeam drawers worth seventy-five Cf\r\ .
4th insi,' visitors who have been with all .
many their us season remain stlU.' having ; cents for. . . . . . . . . .DUO to at 20 cent discount .
to fill of the
failed get balmy soothing and healing atmosphere go per : :
;Jj Only three of the above to one customer '
tats part of the State. Then too they: appreciate the fact that because His l .
sunshiny and warm In :Florida that it U not necessarily so elsewhere Inthe I
country: : They are not going to,take chances on running Into a snow lOur stock is so large that we cannot in this space give prices on all goods.i "We ask that you give us a ;
'storm or blizzard so soon'end will remain where they know these
: conditions call before buying as we guarantee to sav4ou many dollars liD your purchase 3
are unknown untO all danger has been passed. They are wise and sensible ''
people- I' CASH;and CASH ONLY goes at these prices | 1 1J

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Concerning the.various hues of Journalists, the St. Louis Globe-Democrat
says: "There are yellow Journalists, blue Journalists and Journalists l who
.are green. :The blue Journalist: long since cad his day. nd the yellow Journalist .
has{now passed the meridian of*.II. but the Journalist who Is green Is f lie Anthony-Romf h Company
with; us always, :And his color. does more toward the misinformation and
bedevllment. of the pdbllc mind than all other classes of Journalists together
with,the,best Intentions oftea,but oftener without intention a11. The
,color.!usually,exploits Itself In what are called the higher walks of Journalism. r
because,'either on the surface hacks! or In the subways of practical Journalism -' I. + t
,,the green JonmalUt.wonld soon be roD over and put ou of tcslncss. 228.230 TWELFTH. STREET : : : i MIAMI FLORIDA

Sometimes the Journalist, aocailedk_ merely theorist. ,- .

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TH['DAILY MIAMI M1TROPOLU MONDAY,'AWML t.'1908flic 4--, .--1"..-- ..-<--_tY' Fyi
FNa Tax I i \ ", '
C llector. ,
II; To the Voltes: of Dade County: .
lIf Political I hereby announce myself aa a candidate .
for renomlnation to the office '
I professionsATTORNEYS i of County Tax Collector subject to i

the action of.the Democratic Primaryto \
Announcements be JseUtHay 16. 1J06. ,

Ii T. K. ..000Uer.Tax '
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A..cellte .iter this bradlaff". 'M Collector. .
Pattelssaa eta >rrws>z.. will be UwrtM. ntH,... after. the Democratic I hereby'announce myself u'a candidate ,
Primarir U >O"
Metropolis.r tor::the office of tax collector I :
: AT LAW. "s for SKMtt: Weekly 5.0 I \ ,
or l. both the Daily and Meekly. Metropolis of t Dade county subject to the action .
,.w........t of eoarts....$re y..el for f 1
i .U.etlMWt.ru.>ttataauepsdlural Poeltlvely'.oa..oaaceaettt will S3 Thomas J. Hard**. !i it ',. -, .' '
'Has Tipss.o.lotrsr. 1 be(a.erud salty acconpaaied by.the J
I loistrtet No. ITo i I

B.X. 8&TXOtTa ..>'. ATDK0 For Representative the Votifi of Dade County: Wearing ,the] ; Or your last
& AtkinaonAttorneys i I hereby lnnonnce myself aa a sa:
*Seymour To the People of Dade County
IJata for;oml11atlOD to the office
and At the request of friends and with. of ConntytCommissioner:: : in District old Derbyor: it's Summer'stSoft !
; to In the State LetUlatnre
a desire serve yon
No.' I, subject! to the action of the .

,. ', .clalMtMttlM Counselors.ecU nctlc Law.UiIIcouU, date for,this I announce office subject myself to the a candt Democratic -I DemocraUsI My primary. IMC.; election to beheld Hat'yet' bW.fHat Straw ..
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u d primary,to be be1.l1A May. T. A. Wlnnald. 1 ':'
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-: Rooms.S,6,7.FriueU BBIidg1....Miami. I respectfully solicit the support ofthe'peopleo'Dade | y + J
'c county sad If.Iected. !
: ; I will faithfully and Impartialy ? Time1-7
District NO. ITo
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J (J. A. Worley discharge the duties of the office, the Democratic Voters of. Dad '
and win do all In my power for your : 0
est Interest and welfare. I trust to .County:!* ;
Attorney at Law have the pleasure of meeting the voters I take thus method o: announcingmy. '

3. 310)" Twelfth St.. )Miami., Florida at an early date and discus an candidacy for the office of county : : i I
commlssloh<,r from District No. S,
public questions and define tally myposition
In reference thereto.: .. ject to tie'action of the Democratic You losing money in! either, case. You'llbuy 1
Geo. M. Bobbins I recognize the fact that a public rlmary. On account of being engaged -
In vegetable growing it will be impossible br
Tltuvtn..... office is a public trust and should for me to make a personal a nev$ one sooner : later, and the '
you honor me with your rote, I win
Attorney, and Counselor highly appreciate your confidence and anus.ofcj the, county my crop demanding sooner you buy the more you'll get put of itWe've '
At: Law will. be loyal to your interest :Ur) attention just at this t
: time.. Tnii being the cue I earnestly
,. Respectfully
wm pndla la all Couta, Stats'a.d hIeta!
G. A.Worley. urge'all' my friends to Jo what they i g
an In mj i behalf. R. L. Wall.h .

!)| Hudson*"&:130ggs 'Poe Representative'- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i .. 1
; I candidacy
hereby announce my

: J Attorney' : l'i .'at= ;Law; ..; :for rom.Dade tie, position County.of' Toyon Representative,1 submit Mr. Kir|[J,trunroeot 5th District Cocoanut: Grove Every kind that's Goold 1

owD1er,BoiUIng-T t Miami, Floridaoar tAe question of my qualifications having beta unanimously nominated :
for commissioner by a mass "i'L' *1 T r
L to represent you In!that capacity. If <
< YPt. nominated at the Democratic primary citizens, we hereby announce .. .
SIASQS.ILD>>; .J; : and elected at the general election I bis: candidacy subject to'tn. 75c to $ ,orlip'tb < the Panamas9o"$7; 0' .1
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t' y shall devote my best efforts.to your action o:;tie Democratic primary. Mr. .
wlti ,......,..
aal0ra.s ,, bee been resident of Dade
service and the welfare and a -bun4- Mnnroe a

"t" 1M".a_'Aft.t 14U,C BtTMt. -"SVHXaJO. --- lag earnest of Dade consideration.county shall",rec' 'lft'lI11.*' county during which for; more time than he has twenty shown-lean an, Don't believe :there s another suc1 ,showing of

: _.,, I-LOKIDA.: miBeapectfuHy. unflagging 3 real in the cause of good choice straws to be found-all new and nobby blocks
J. W., Watson. roads, *n.t nas' steadfastly promoted .*
Da-l. L l..cdolt, n.:. 'r- :every worthy Interest of our treat .'...r. ,{lt:I... ..,.: _
For Clerk of the Circuit Court county. Therefore:; we ask for hint i -

:' S ..-.. OFTIOI:,' .1 hereby announce myself U a caa: the hearty;support of all good citizens :
tioTzi BucAYMX BtoctAvn.D dldat for Clerk of the Circuit Court .,at the coming primary. ,h 'i i

MUkL .' abject to the action.of. the .Democrat-. (Signed. ) W.J.; Shone. I
1 > VIQBIDA.bR.w. let primary. B. s.: Potter.
Matson B. Saunders Jr.' Geo. ,Richardson.; 1

,. RUSH., ; W..t.y' Palm Beach' Iii.t Committee. : R: W? R. ht> des

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.dlf4ttb serSN'Pbaae 4f. |CF.; County Clerk: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,
.I take ttia TnWnl -1"ouelq ti 'DI 'I : :
10". ,..AiS ftJa 8'- ;J'< ,
myself aa a canJldate for the office To th* Voters"of fade County: \

+!<,4 MIAJII.FLA, ; of'Clerk of.Court,for;:Dade County. I hereby>>, announce.myself,u a can Clothier If umisher and Shoe '
\ DealerDon't l
subject to. th* action"" otthrismcratH Jldate f or;nomination to th* offle of 4 !,, : t
,!. 'W. Bab.r .-
county COIl".IOI1t1'.11a District No. z. _
t J.HF I : MsHett.M.D.if : : + ?! subject $b;the action of the Democratic .
;Fer Oerker the Clreun Court Primary Election. to'be held May. ;forget the Number! 322. Twelfth Street, ,Mlamb I iioriat j

Offloat .... Sand 4' .1+ To the ,Democratla Voters eC Date I5th..lf &/ ;* JQ o., B.',Bakar.FOR. .' ." .. ,'.

+ :$ I'elrefEofdlnt I -Comty: ii.l- :' r .. _.. lM .r-;.--' '>' ... -. "' '. ,.-., ., e l i. I t }., w .. ,
stoanlOam.tlSauk 'xStw',.... Q Idereby.preeentrmy,name to the iCOUNTY.COMMISSIONER,
b ATMIM Voters in the coming Democratic >K4marf.a : ;'s| : DItrtetNe.4' ;. '
.j BaeuUno fU U candidate for, clerk'of the The friends J' 1
A. Le* Ann.desire '. > I .
drcult'conrt tor Dad county.; ,, : to plaoehls.aame before tie ;.ousts
f ifFBED, .BUTTEBi;: HaTlng natttf ftara'Zor twentyflTvyean of Dad County far the office of County ;
:- IS i je+ # *U> w6sKral I InTlte'lnqulryjaad.Ureatlgsr Commissioner, subject to th* action
r Costrmctor.f don of those who do not know me per of.th* DemocraUc; primary tetioa., Mattin'g']OU tts' ; -: ay
,f'Oradhtg;1 IOUD7,N.to..mr reputation u a titUaaf'iny to be natd Mar 111,1906.FOR'COUNTY .- H at ,
record a* aa official 4n yean .
't.. L'- 1AutlnaeUeIDrUIeCI. fiiI ..' .- .
8IdewaU&' put and my Htneas ana ooKpeteocy COMMISSIONER ..,1 i
for the office to which I aipira.Tf J| District N*. 4 ., t.- J "'. i.' f "
elected promise fair and coats The friends of J. J. Holly atta001eehim "
W. G. Maynard trey treatment every citizen at the sWill
u,.1 candidate for.County Com and '
lands of every person connected with mlsslonet in District No..4. subjectto
f.J, OPTICIAN the offlce.:>/ : Ai, < \ 4 the action of the ,Democratic Primary :

fe" With:rMnardcar_ .,Son.JwJ.r 8t" Soliciting the support of every roter ,3 1 '. !' i
who considers me competent and capable i ?
ATWMD :Best M Past oats: _
lUm. jespectfuUy. ; : :
V" ',Eugene H.. Dlmlck. I . !': "GEO"L'PON: 4: West Pam BeachriTa. -, .' t .7 Second DlstrletFriends \>' days 1

,0rfl)lajtutrSvMMdl I ." r y<' WUllam'Helm,'announce '. J v .,... ; :
'L .For Clark'of ibi--Wrcult Court' his candidacy for county.commissioner .. .... J
Surt.yngaM r..u.a.stalqCOCOANtJT.GBOYX. 'Bellertnflthat-: semces for\;the from the Second dlstricersubject to the : "

FLA.WAiTEFC.DEt.AKMO .' "i. past five yean as Chief Deputy in'the action oC the Democratic prtmar1eLMr. t "
office of tb Xnerk of the..Circuit Court' .-'1ttlm isa'successful'businessman J. W. Watson ;' Avenue Dtt3S3 j
r qualifies Die fdr the.position I here-' ,' enthusiastic for good roads a \ ..
3t i it
with!.respectfully'announce'my.canfll. first-data: civil' engineer and well' ...... -i< <&-.'.- ., -"- --r j'L-''''__...........,.. ::. .-"'"'#;>' O M. ...".'..-' -_.
-rolilteot, dacy for Clerk,of.theflrcuit4Court J: equipped" ... :to,- fill"the office.. I -
subject to the"approTatp ithe pemo- a .

:''If:::;",:;' .. craOc'prlintry.j. _. .. .' -, ::FQ \:$QUJrtY-.COMMISSIONER: :-- -_- .,..... .-,..' ,
,':. Roth'Building' Miaini.Fli v ?? ; Lnu... First District : f'' 7

.i ,lr.Wt 1S1k.AYaU'C *1 it : : r 'For County Clerk 'V 'candidate ":10r'the'once. of"county .J Y e' .

To the Democrati"of Dade County:.''It commissioner for the First District
The Chapman House I take'thla ''method>of;announcln) snbjectiSp the action of.the Democrat. ,..I

: -to P.W..CHAPMAJi. Pro I ; my. candidacy,the..offlce.of.. Count; ic primary of May 15. ',
.' 'f.j "' : HarryFORFCOUNTYCOMMISSIONERV-DuBois.. ... .
btM sue .*,. SJleC1&1I1, tU( week Clerk subject to the action of the '" *
". .G.wtl aN_....tile comlont of a........ Lo- DemocraUet"PZfDw7: and, will appreciate JUPIt' Fiat .i 1" .'.\. s "s LJr >
:;: erne It ells Coat MMtk Casaltsa.gtb.t.asp-of Pat. Buck,am tbs,1t ; any support >that my friends l :: 1 i r SanitaryPlumber i

: -Mid*am4 wimur rantou ot Bn ifc.r-Ilottda. can. IfYli mI.f Respectfully : ,..... *f' i .A
'CeM lauu.a,a.htsg' .. D.Jray. nortdaftMtKut
To the PemocfaU Voters of Dad V
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.; J .,.iFor-Cwaty.Clerk J : County: "' \ ,:

'IA f .W. Graham With" full appreciation of the Ugh I hereby announce myself u i can : ,
; loners asked for and promising faithal e1101ate'!for the office,of County:Commissioner i I

:Contrectorrimd-Builder, performance of flutije'.lf elected. from i the';Second .District .
: Satisfaction -"" hair the honor to"announce myself a of Dad*; county aubjec4o 'the _wfl I '
.f. 'G candidate for the office of Clerk of the of the Democratic TOUTS-as expressej In the selling of mew as wen as tn 1019 Ave. D, Miami
: 1"- _" other things. Ir .Qt quality. of'our 1'1 4' "
'} ... :drcattiSwrt,of Dade County and ask atthe-Comlng primaries. '" ; '
;;1f k< .r.t r. Mag.etM lahe..oss .yin........ ...-7eti-. fowl, and I tor your rot* in the primary of llay16th. -ili"jf' "hJ.Pu1'C.'JoUL..J i meats"thatwins new'friends: and'patrons !
$ Mt call___,.. t o.b.a PS.*iaalJtsr .. u J..r.'Jaadon.; .\ Weel'hJm':: Beach. JTa.
very day. By the way haT you
"For County Treasurer,' Mj'|COUNTY_
4Expeert'T peWMter' To the Voters of Dad County siHarlng |p j >fifth Dlatriata ;-.l V \ beet?lW'offer: the beat"Florida" andttrestati d :
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\. :.I : teen Uentiaed with Dade I nereby announce my candidacy farenomhiation ,... beef to Dehad. Fort Da1Ialld c -
) Repairing: : county nine UM: having'done the to tbs office of.County ompally .
It -_. Terr boat,I'knaw how aa.iadtrtd- Commissioner subject to the action :A. B. Doane Prop.MOlley.TO ... .
_1V...C:;PRESTON .. ual.ddasa.to-mak. It-a;proepe-au of Democratic; primary u4 .solicit r.: ii

304.,9th St ,P. a Box 311 county:; bme..lIY1cLat-lIot\ cab the support'of my,,Democratic, ; -
of the county 'and,taring fined, a Mend* '"' -- 4 .
"1 public office so that the'people .. [ I.. t J
.y E. Q. TweedeU.f Loan
if |j '
j EmilAi'bnianrttdait, know' whether I.do so'conscientious'ly. ; ;ijas oil ItS Lists 'i

1 now offer myself u a tnflldatt | OR TAX ASSESSORTo ; ...., ..;,,
for; the office-r of County Treasurer .
I 'tke 1 Democratic Voters, of Dad
/ ct: subject, to the Democratic n primary. County ,! }.:
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I,need *''If1.YOte that I caa get.an: I I

1 WestPalm.BeadT_ .Florida trust ty:or that country,my.friends*.win.whether not,forget in tied me I will aihe be coming a candidate Democratic for renomlnvtlon prh&try On Short or Long :lime some. particularlyattrat'tive}r site I; for

theloffice of
for Tax Assessor and respectfully
on the day of the primary in return solicit both residence and business urposes. .1
g Merritt&Kolb rour.luPport.
for which 1 1'promise, ;If elected. to Easy Payments I
Si Geo. 0 Butler.
\ perform the Unties of the office..withas -- -- -- investment in Miami i ,
Real Estate,_ Rentals,, 'etc. much courtesy.,, accuracy' .u-\ ,r--------- ,< .An real
A' Babies
Remedy for
Estate*;Ma cg dATC. promptness business.' I give Geo.to G.my, Carrie.FoCounty prime. ,estate is safe; slIre of qUIck ret rns 1

C. near |2th St.. Miami FU.DR. A ILi:pleasant taste and prompt cure Dade (Co. Security (Co. I ..iI
bare fade Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I
.....' !: TreasureTo c ;> $; favorite with the mothers of : 1
.: E.M.LAW', the Voters of Dade"County: smalUchlldren. It quickly cures their ,
I hereby announce myself u a can- cough] and colds anl prevents any BurkhartLOCK JOHN B. REILLY, J. E.INGRAHAM, I
1 l: DENTIST : dilate for renomlnation to the offic<< danger;of pneumonia of other serious
; of County Treasurer subject to the cons qnences. It not only cures AND GUNSMITH Agent Fort Dallas= Land Vlce-Presjdtidt Fort Dallas :
Office over SewelTe Shoe Store f action of the Democratic Primary cron %:|but when 'given as loon

Artistic Work Thoroughly. .L election to beheld llay lEth U06. as th'|croupy cough' appears will prevent Expert Repairing Company, Miami Florida Land Co:. Si.._Augustine: :
t"x.out.d: :; 'C-1L1,. RAalerson.. the, attack. For sale by fil druggists } :
Avenue C between 12th and 13th St.
WItt\.The: Most Modern Appliances, .' "MIsm.11a. t and Btscayne Drug Co. di

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!' jouvciiir- :Post' Cards> LARGES1? LINES OF ", SOUVENIR SPOONS, Watches. and I t, Jewelry

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'. CAN BAHMAIL r f Town Topi its WELLS. &!' GRAVES.

Are pared to execute
I, orde s |n theirMillinery .

For convenience ci:customers I liv:Ttirig.o __________ __ _', .c.____ I. '
cf the" city, ''we pay particular Department!
: Had ,Blxty-Eight, Passengers Back at Old Berth i .
'Batten en to ranking by.'mall\Ycu;:\ can Th4|steamer Martinique, which Capt. Jack Graham has moved his latest
mall deposit( toius; from yourown came|| from Nassau:yesterday morning schooner yacht Buccaneer on which Designers of the Spring style, ha
, silk. dark straw and light'weight
arbught; 68 passengers an unusual he and family reside from.a berth In ts tsin
; pcstbfflceC and Immediately upcn red large number\ .for this season. the Miami river where she has been materials. '
i '\celpt of it a"Savings pass:bookw." ) of thlt.years '_ for the past seven months, back ,
jssuedandmailedto' J i. her old berth in the bay off the to\\ '
will be
tI Brosiler wants to Hit your property dock her presence there Tailoring Department
. t'I r Hepay4.flercenifXannum !! ; 1 i,I I tt ''ri :0'I I to memory the goold old summer time.I .

:\ compound quarterly Whiz eined RoxanaThqSiaunchjacht :, Hauled out'on"wa/ : For. street carriage; and evening"costutn s. .. ,UF
Capt.Scrton '
; I Whiz The auxiliary yacht Jupiter Capt waists tailcjr gowns and coats
0$1 I will Start O-A f .. I,Roxa$3.eoast to who join Is the there steam with houseboat a' parry nil's ways this morning for soutb-I 232 Twelfth St 'eet. Miami, f
cleaning repainting
pose .
I tar 4j fishing. The Whiz will besoneistveral I
bottom preparatory to going on a
f I I days. cruise of several weeks to .the lower
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east and gulf coasts. "
: b t :Capital( { .$50,000 I i >FofSale- Four mules and"; threcIhorseI
i at a bargain. Call at once. Removed From Office
'McXelfJ Livery Stables 15th St. and. The Tallanassee Capital of last Fri _
J: Surplus and Profits $ 11,000C. AvenSp D.Boarof. day says that Governor BrowarJ has oyN ersuiat it..
/ removed from office L. M. Nicholson j'i ours -as
$350,000, t.; !?; Trade Meets Tonight .constable of the 10th district Dade
Deposits Prudent Prout bas called a meet county the grand )wry having indicted
t Ing off the Board of Trade to be held him for highway roboery assam
at thfcScity council chamber tonight. with Intent to rob and bribery.
: "The' First Nat. BankREO All ifmbers are >urged .to be present
fti:\the permanent organization of Arrived With Tow I the Miami t Clothing Company ..
.1f .f the hoard.is to be perfected., The powerful little tug Sibil of the ,
CLeft F. E. c: Railway Co.. Capt. W. H.
f'te Savannah Mcintyre, commanding arrived. in and saver j iwo dollarsThese
., Thi.large launch yacht Lottie W. II. port Saturday Afternoon from{ Ho- I -
e 1 Captf;Winters, which has been a mem bile towing two very large barge .
ber ofj the Royal Palm pleasure fleet there) by the railroad company and I

I' .. :; R the afternoon Piat season for Savannah.pulled out her Saturday home struction.Intended for use in extension 'con.'f two Sonars'will secure 'You aa extra pair of trousers, i i pair.
portp She will be returned here nextseaa I of. dress shoes or I ,fIDe felt baL Below are a

U! Barge The New by Inland Smyrna Route Breeze say that few specials for this week "I

on account of the loss of several o
... .ro*>lf. want t* Iiet jrewr property
.... ,I '0""'''' .-. the barges which were being towed Smooth weave blue Coarse weave b ue

3 Houseboat 1 Everglade H..... .,-. the south barges for use hereafter in the,-extension will be broughtin work setae breasted baits sac, single.satiu $ 12: price serge of suits these,regn suits ar' $9 .>,

F :.:: ;. O" I. ,. {,.Tbe-i large and commodious house- at New Smyrna Inlet and towed .
,. lined, reg. price f 14 is S1LOO, at .. ... .. .
;"*"j* .... ..** boat;everglade, with her owner Col. down the Inside route by the siea:hers : j $ "
J C', <' 1 :J" :... ...\ Thompson, of Philadelphia.and party: St. i-ucle and BIscayne and that the 18 onnze black clay' Dark graj-flannel ,
1k Jt.bF!F I" Jr."y" { I'I I I1I aboard, which has been.cruising'OD towing is expected to begin In about nits, satin lined $ 1 I suit, regular price" t
If_iW? e i 11",; -{ the wht coast Sot several weeks bas ten days., regular,price $14.00 @ $12.00, only; a few-$10 .
'i retorted: to port en route north for the at........ .. .. tettat.1... ,
: .Carries' a* marry passengers climb more bill; goes just a* nimrn 1.. r. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO -' *. .H. ,. ,.t. i '
fast:uses le-rgaolineandtirei; i* safer and more easily lb black Light*'dark rtey
onnze clay
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controlled; jut a* luxurious and tcomfortable .and!cos t.nlefor Fashions Then'Being7 Reproduced by and .
r for double of tre-i ;Dofou want a good Eastman ko : i i suits. Have never $9 tanaaimpre $1 ;
I repairs i\than many car that tell dak.ili you do go to Martin' Shoot, ; Wells. A Graves sold for less than suits im single and, tr :
"'/ -; ce.. :;: :: Send<< for the REO book that tell why'ItIroH lag Gallery, Avenue D, near llth St, 'SlLOOaVi.-r.-; ....... t doable, eatedJ$9at : '
.. t. t
and achigh 1 fSfti: One hundred Jean ago the Empress -- b "-.t't' :
make ,
; Jhrt l 511Gl I1Utr.9 fT : L wtMttfaT *.- > I wPence the fashion and .
; ( .,1 4. j ,. Josephine set today \ v.
.. ih'de Leon Closed we are reviving the styles a* wore by Dw'l hl u lMs. _i>y of sap@lyl+> .nf (

:' : vth.the. closlntcfthePonce-4, this noble lady' and her fouowinc. and r with'swsooaUfdottcs at utn< : iNiamiAutomobileCo.' :a'J1 j Leon*llotel to,SL Augustine Jast'Saturday It Ii fashion' decree that we be ruled ..t ... ,-, ry.
___.,. ""- by akingand ft queen of. a century .r. r t : +
-, -. -- -- :.:' ." :All of the Flagler system of h> 1-
( (( Sere _. .R:t, ..... ; '- "
'" ,33. }{ --rg'-tom-, .< leis oft the east,coast have been closed past.One
.. : ..:t.. ,.... *;" ; huDdred'yeari ago tiny hat Qi.FQlothi ,
'to, ;.' .., .. _"'''' .. ':\0.1& "-!'_..", .. for ta season; The Ponce de Leos with'short front and -long back 'gar. g' I9'i'
like f u ot the other hotel,on the east
coatt'. ld a splendlil'bustness.i lands,with little roses and'made gorgeous :
.,. i 6* f* -;*: *-tt, f colors, with were ribbon the fashion.boas brightest Colors are 1306'Avenue"D.;'. Miami,: Florida. ,
1 .yF' *' ""'c L.. .a.R ... .j t"aye-" .J'3 "'- :% -co- : BROMIER. means REAL IIITATalj extravagantly, Indulged because .
Josephine and Napoleon had it so then ,
Are You Going to BuildI. : Will, t'.maln Here fTh'ST. remembering that the taste of Josephine .

t -.J: .. ,E. C. Hotel Company: ownIng was for vivid colors. FORAN. V "
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If contemplate erecting a residence; ;business block or building tie! :yacht Louise which it was .n- One hundred years ago dresses were J4, '.,
yon ,to .: The artificial tended;: to lend north, refit with new short-watsted with elbow sleevesjong s &:
of kind it will
; you '
;. which any manufacture pay is WITHOUT A DOUBT' SU- engtaivs, give a thorough overhauling gloves4arge buttons and many other"rlvolitles : I ::
stone we .
IS WATERPROOF. and tfien offer for sale has decidednot all of which we learn from almost any carriage wagon .vtrubmltted .:
to bend the boat away, and accordingly history of the empire period. It I* to ;our-'attmtlM; will .ahew -;J
.'I I ( Dealers in P9CNend,Cement.... lie'has'.been, moved from the indeed pleasant task reproducing in .. our skill In" .' N.' "auttar l.;I
'" ',. /terminal dock to a berth up the Miami our workroom these quaint old styles how' 'uctt cut of, eider'yw "" .... '
rlver-for the summer. so picturesquely /beautiful/ aa were .
The Art Stooc Construction Co.: those of the empire period. may be we -may .. .... t. put It >
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commlsaien. -......
Into j CM
t I "! .NOTICE TO BUILDERS We are displaying In the new Easter sees ::
0ffice, and Stone_Yard Foot Ave D. a and builders mutt make ap have a large stock of Easier hat and new purchase.
plication to the office i of the Miami bonnets, and will make-special prices \ t
WateWWbrks Co. before using water For the Easter trade. Investigate our *J
for .building purposes headwear .nir. prices before buying J. A.. I'DANN. .
_f, |;| John ]I. McGonlgle, elsewhere. Wells & Graves No. 232 1
YT. H Snpt Twelfth street 423 Eleventh ttrttt Miami, Pla. ,

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I Sale Best Grade Granulated ,
.fr of- !

J ". .Jfi II M :of.Ia. C' I Miami l Trn4ier- ,

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..' 'It ," -', .: ,. 22912th street, Phone No j 157 and .1121'Avenue D, Phone 110.. .

Garage and Stabs 11th street, near.Ave.: E, Phone No 100 .

.. ..:..,.'). .J i5 per pound Horses, Carriages :;and :

':'- j r ,. .- .-,. --.:., Automobiles i r
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-., ....... .. -,' '' ''',. -,. .. .' Sot, over;100, \ pounds\ a customer \ *" '

'. T. A. ......1!,.. '" 0" "f ,": ...: ::: .' r rf* .*. '- \for, hire by the hour day, week or moo&. Aatomobile storage .'
and supplies., Agent for the famous FORD au' .
1 $2.50 2.50 lihursda.-: 12thij rein FreIght unloaded and delivered. Special facilities r1ormoving
., 'f.il i : :
; heavy.freight.Omnibnsmeetse a! .rBag' _
; .1' t -- f .J ..."'i "' 1'' _" ., ...,,, .' .... gage transferred. 'ALL orders receive Attention
\I i_ t". ku{ I t iw ..\.'.t. '1 .':r_ 1t'Qt:
and: ; :a.. and -") .. y .
:, ; -- .f t t4 "t'tUJl( ::) .rr .. ..

MSagnpIia Grocery( Co.. i
53.00. $3.00, I .,. f FOR FIRST
.. Horse :
,r : ".. I :1 J I V. CLASS. S.hoeiiiff ,
:, I : WHARTON.. Manager:.

,': Pl ;one. 84 Comer. Ave. D and 4th St t L. F. LaFoutisee 708'. 7th St :

'Beside this patent Gibson tie we have model of soft' '- ._ _. t t-

black kid and gum f;metal, in variety of shapes and designs.They ..
are here in ail shapes and leathers at $250; and $3.00 Dade Co. Title Insbrance
... ,;. OffermgJfGents .

and Trust CompanyOF INCORPORA.JmD .


Summer Clothing and Shoes Paid Up Capital $75.0q0. Surplus, $12OOOInsures '

Mid Ladies, Skirts GOING AT COST land titles, prepares abstracts of title,loan and
invests money on its own account and for others. Act a*
agent, attorney-in-factltrustee! assignee eiecutor: ,'receiver -
or guardian. Address all communication .to|
City Loan Office, Opp, P, 0- S. MlPattrson, Sec and Treas. Miami Florida<

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i RESIDENCE 219 7th STRaeSC : 26 413 12 SERE ,
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j, .I I ilr. Emile D. Anthony, of West1 I-- I .tJ

I I? Is apt'to be one on which OfC Palm Beach, was a visitor la 1l1amf \ : i
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fG. el' 011 J.t!Zr .JJ.f! [) SH yesterday, being the guest while here'of "POP" ..\.. ,

t you ft will pave, to* purchase: ..\, / If ilr. \V. 11. Pope. During the II i. :. .. :.
; t. : l' '.:1 oIL > day Mr. Anthony was entertained bya = '
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;; .' A email quantity ot' Blue Ribbon sail to Cape .Florida and other pointson ""
A. Rbodee, of Lakeland is among ;,' ._ '" ,
I' ,, the visitors in the city. Lemon or Vtttilla flavors perfectly. bay. I,. -tOE .IGHT"" <
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:;. ,f :,.. ,. : ; 4 BROSSIER will collect your nlltS.Mrs.'B' ,evf-s! destsrtOhj, "Blue Rlbon Flay )fr. R. R. Carroll? the popular ed- soft drink. All ethere rake I when' oar stock Is .....t| J'raa ..
oror. pMr. itor and business manager of the "Pop- but they: Sxif all make
I Norma Martinez E eent.esar to thr
; WEDDING' T. Lnttrell spent yesterday Ocala Star who has been spending a highest priced foods lathS at...
P' ., and 1ttt Sam Roundtree announce few days in Miami, visiting his father
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c' at Hallandale. the guest of her brother I there's a bigger mason ,worth Ccan.'be .
t the arrival of a fine boy..Roall.R J I Mr. C; C.'Carroll win leave this eYenlnc 'Cascade"GingerAle '
Mr. Charles Leslie. I found aaj;;where t a th..qtMPORTED
for hit home. Editor Carroll 11'11I -
GIFT-- wiy 1 Means aafe Investments 1 much Impressed with the hustle and i "
Picture frames made to order. The I push everywhere manifest In the >iazic : AMQ
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f'. :" I .Racket. 7 '. Store.j7M.Holdlng.wen. Prof. H. P*Bragg, of the High; II City. DOMESTIC CIOARS-, t tI

School faculty,was a passenger on the I t
ft* I known In this city I .
I trap yesterday afternoon.Breeder .' Mr. M. E. Gruber and Yr. Joel A. nos
the the f
singly by box by
bas)opened up a general merchandise northbound or
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I establishment Hallandale.. bean two of West Palm Beach successful :of superior finality and la >>erfM&...
to list year property business men arrived In the ditto at small prices AIT.oar e-

y .. fell be ready 'foryouwhen I BROSSIER will eellect year ..... Eight men |epresentlng different city passage this morning on the and steamer Immediatelytook Shlnne- w.Cascade"are tae ewineiveof In title ..joWere...",. I ran are,,kept la lost so that sole ot taetr 1hu.

cock for West and Havana There are a let of glitters. alee
the day comes with. the right commmlsslon[ rouses of the North Key mey
I Wl M. Burdine: U having some alterations went up the fcounty this morning la will remain In the Cuban Capital daring but none te compare wttk I : \ -
Goods at the RIGHT,PRICES.YNARD&SON. and Improvements made In search of tmn tbes. the present week expecting to return "Cascade." ..' earn MM SK .
2. :t I 12th street the first of next week, "Cascade" and no eeMUeab ,-
his store on
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For Rent -.J|Four room tarnished
Fresh venison In stock dally at the cottage on ZOti:street, SIS. Apply tom Mall enters five special atla Iss I HAYES
Miami Market lilT and 1311. Avenue. : Miami Transfer Company often tot
a salt 60 road, saddle, coach,heavy draft .
', -- and farm none*., Barnes, carriages, AcmcBottUngWotksMIAMI I
Mrs.' Morrow, and daughter Mini
Mrs French, residing on 10th street; II new and second handed at bargains.Before
for'their '
Mlanle, left' his morning The Cigar Man
bas shipping horse for the ram ,
retained from a visit at Sanford
In the
home Chicago having spent ,
win offer for sale fin a
Fla. mer. w M ....
season In Misml. '. ,. ..
to theStatetdhands
of horses
i line ? u,> at ever,reasonable cam prt- Sixth .........''Welt of,.. tile lee. ,......, OP OSITE BOTZL B1SCAYHV'
this sad1 -'
tags ; SaleMeat
JEWELERS$as* OPtiCIANS Wanted dean cotton.s at I r box fixtures. U eeL Apply at stable or writ to J. 1C.
once.' use four mouths Far below',cost .
Hanley General Manager, Miami. Me.iVft
Noxtte Peitsibo in narsta {-i W.. E.!: Handel| 11. ]. Avenue D.' I "* l
\ Mrs.;Peter Hanson and two daughters ;if'C p Miami :l>eCora.i i

r'y Rath and Eva are making Miamia Mr, and Mrs.D.: E.:jQregory and MrUaad "were eemplalBlng to sv-..trae. . RJCTOR.pang
day's bopping visit t.i i t W. E.
., Myrtle.'left last, week for their home I clan of house that are going. up and \ CANOVV:
iI'kating '. dean eoooa rags at this la Bonrvflle. lad. They spent the eDo aced him bow Jt wee that 5 almost .
: N.o '}oo '$f .. '* i tlre winter la. |hls dty.; /f I every Job that has been'let In Miami fr,rra/; ; tn: .sss'Mdlsi', v : l.. 14cPaper

: 1. Mr. ."1" (; -. ". ...ji'.A j tfIt l-t* ii"; ** _' 'I I la tae last Ore jean tad been tak "
at a low or'ao'neara Ion that the : ':
,Gaston Drake one ot Miami'sbusiness 8ho6ner T.ciJlrll For Bale The : : "
contractor would have done better to -- tb it"
Rink men arrived this morning. roomiest and best light draft cruising the ,.: ...
Job. t tHe I
-- have bees'a'Joarneyman on .
front the'iortk:: ZROSSIERweans:::; .
schooner la Florida.-- h.p. engine .. -Ii
... '. ....11 the' trouble was with the .. ," "t' '
.,._. :... ,.L'-, brand'new-satl..: Address'Jr K: ""' + -- "'" -

f:OpM S0 Jt.'f.7'P ;"" .- ... elate taveis.r'etrRepresestatlve Clarke,.UlamUFla.J. '. "other that there fellow.Is no" money"He figure.in It for so any low* ,Hanging and iCalsomb] g .1' ,_

\ ,.., I \. .!. ": .;' -.l :: body//We asked-the Mother tallow." Agency Peat's WalQPapersf
41i.) 'Claode OimstesdofSt. )
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!" !B. Flynn, well known cigar and be rod the same thing. There Is '
Tuesday afUmeen t.... ncI ferladlee. Lade county arrived in town. this manufacturer sit Palatlu.and the maker some thing wrong and the contractorsare Call or write'for" Estimates: 'Phone 181: '1315 Ave. D
.Saturday. feryeea;" ......ncr..eMMrs morning rtoTspend. _,a jfew days.To of some of tie best cigars handled not entirely to.blame.., j i
in Florida. Is In the city today'visitIng ;:One man who has a pet theory said ..
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Rent Newly furnished house the. |'Admission 10 cents Skating 25 cents on Thirteenth street near Royal Palm that man working. He'la1l'l a few
eta.St;West>of. -Fa torJ. Upstairs Park Apply ones or" address" :'. House- Metropolis The Art 'Stone s t-Construction Company stroke then stops and rests. And at .

have 1uIt"1'eeeITe.t another carload that other fellow; he pushes the plane
a"few strokes, then stops and sharpens *
of Portland,Cement.' If
The Boys ;Woodcraft propose giving ; yotuare Like
using cement KwHl pay yon to get the bit; anything to kin time. FindingMoney
a bay trip Wednesday night on -
b.MOFFATSDatryunch tbe'object our price.Miss That set me tnlnklog and I took -
the Lady Lou being for the '. time to'watch them. And I found thatit < ,
benefit oUhat ,
was a fact, one did Mop and sharpen
: Cora Datls, and Mrs. H. E.
the plane and the other did stop
:SROSSIER In say InveelinMrr Briggs. sisters M )(ra., R; C. )(cGrU: (.I and It did look like he was resting.

tires are visitors totals, place. later la theweek. Bat the fact was he was patting kerosene a

Iasi'Wbeetnew ; nickel < on the saw so It would not stick.I .

off handle bars; wood grips; hard seat tf ,, found that the can of kerosene was 1
i.lRdtidilg1I Reward If left at Oantler Ho SPECIAL BARGAINTwo one of the most necessary tools and ; --1
new ; Iota on 20th street not far from a plane must be sharpened every little I '

Mr.,I. J. OTJelrne, one of the'at. Avenue D for :gale at a bargain. J. while. This pine is so fan of rosin ...: 1
1MiLtiRg. m deg the taches of the Security Abstract Company -, H.,Tatum A Go, that the tools get sticky and win .
: of this city, spent Sunday la not work unless kerosene 1s used. I .." : ;-
: aid' neatest t |
the t'. ft O. a:S. Co, and H..B. O. from the North a short time ago and I. .
I in I the' dty. Umbrellas repaired<< and recovered. borne\cashiero? the. same company he said a man could do about one I '
room Leave at Racket Store. came down from Jacksonville this third as touch work la a day with this

: oJ:'!. morning and left on the Martinique wood U cap. be done with white .... 2 Lots 14th Street 1

AN,K>CAL PLACE MIu OrrelC, teacher of the Hallandale :. ". .this morning for-...Caba.Hlsted. ") One used to tteothttj>lne.wjnlwork$ on .
a \ harder here and not swxoiSpBsa nearly
school;has dosed the school and ,
FOR LADIES Is.now,conducting. a summer school. the well known photographer so much In a day -j i : '
,la,this city. I and artist. Who spends every winter The: .carpenter. not. to blame;.heIs .1
Connected with 8doMBettenB& { \ st Palm Beach>spent'yesterday..ln doing the ,best he cant''Who 1s
.. a Miami and sajs; the,name'of Magic to blame-Maybe you are. U'OII'" .
... .
$ A'nicely tarnished five room cottageat'UthlaSprings'AnsteU City Iswell/ applied to MlamL. looking for a cold trick Ton can find I

every day at : ).' Georgia 4on.14ewalu.1 It. If yon want a 15,000 MUM for between D .1
Anything you want should be
$ ,000 yon not disappointed
::5c.glasS; Light rem for ,:rent' for!the summer at SSS a areaY'
sewerage, landscape gardening; roads i If It,Is oaly.worthL000 when yon r
month.J. H. Tatom Jfc Co.
frestoents-served dtir, < I Viands cleaned gee Fred Ratter.1 get It. Why not use the same, good : .

lag an I Miami' |ps .' business Judgment here as when you 1 I ..
; 1.
hour.y ,1 built roar other home. 'Examine the J. :'Iilvovelty
Y ease D"'o lit 7asF7Mea [ door cast of Ai a.to .
Railway represtotatlvev was a .business when yon come to the locks and other
..,. "Proat Bolldinjr, Ualm' la. R visitor Inithe city Saturday and. hardware for the doors and windows Works
K' IIi PUAcE.- IUll .T. leavlng an the'afternoon., train.. put on something that the salt air will only
t ; ,
yesterday. < .v I IP
; g|, not rust before one season Is past
Pay a little more money and put oa a .
I k
i 1
:e assortment g
our '.
: /' Miss Hstde Otrlnner, of ou Anger i gennlne' nraze that will remain the I.'". t S, ', ..r; .'"

of the latest tine and sl teriMls; tydla, of Day.. same as long as the door lasts. vWt : ".
t -, tons, are pending the week with their >'have the"beat line of bronze 'j.
i 'i Machines i sister Mrs. L.;;'Kt Hatfleld. Mrs.'Hat- hardware ever\brooght to Miami, the ,

Sewing, ; ; field will return|win her:sisters for: largest assortment and the best ,designs 5/500: each ..
In the
a visitMr', ... M Boothy Come In and let .
':. ; I. as show yon what we have. There Is '
Sheet i.s -. .' and Mrsis. 'Flanagan: have no Job too big for u*to figure on and :I. :. ,I I !t'i '
tr : will be surprised at,ne extent of
We'Ate Agents announced theengagement of their yon
.., .. ..
; daughter Miss!Ague Sllgh. to Mr. oar stock. We will tarnish, "Good -
George Newcom of West Palm goods at fair .Prices* COMPANY
Beach;the marriage take place on -
: MusicAt the'15th of May, We Want Tour Money.T :! I .4 :,T--: :
It you are going to pay oat roar :

., food money,for a maehIa.why, aot I '.
get,the best }Other'makes are good
boo we claim for the STANDARD all Miami Conservatory of Music I .' :
the good qualities of others and many '

additional, ,"ones. U..yon really want' 229 TWELFTH STREET F. C Brassier & Son
the. best machine made, call on as < ,
or let as can on you and we will IPRANKLIN COLEMEN. BUSH DIRECTOR. I
ten you about them. '
European trained faculty. Aa artist la emerge of each depart" i I

"SMITHSrtOORSTORE ..WE SELL EVER HING.AND .:.-- ment. PJano, pipe. Organ, Voice ,Violin, HaJoUa Boentloa.Physical'Culture N 'I

_SELL IT CHEAPER ; Trench German and SpanlaVHarmoay sal 1200 Ave. D,. Miam';

History!of Xlntic classes. Barrow's Kindergarten and \
W. Chaile & Son
I H.
Prima Music Classes.' : : : : Send for. catalogue I I 1 I ,

1211 Avenue D, Miami, Fla.' Diplomas Granted Uoon Graduation Counselors :and [Contractors in;;Realty '
101 .
S and. Cent- Annex. at_,.I"f ISIS Are. D. I : : I II ITHE ,.


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I.THOa.. W. MATH Ell,
Get Caught on a I MIAMI FLORIDA

""" lechanlcal and Hydraulic Engineer
Fishing Trip ifandmllls. steel towers, tanks. casi&e > {
Cutonce .
t pumping enclnes. cslrsnUed Shoes
q Without Enough Tackle sill black pipe at wholesale Spedslonctlcery .
: designed and.bnnt. Agent
top" Eagle Acetylene uas Oenfrstors.


FISH LARGER FISH AND MORE :R. L. Mercer mo eat.lBURDNS11. ., t

207 Avenge D J
3 FOR ALL EMERGENCIES Groceries Provisionsand
j: Vegetables I

i oA '''Miami SportingGoods Store !iesh and canned meats, but

: !L't ter. eggs and cheese tin ,war'eJbbacco
t cigars, etc. Our pri-
: SOS 12th STREET des are in line with all compe p

." titors. : : Give us a call. You will never,be able to get s iocs as cheap gain
+; BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED "' We will NEVER sell themjas'CHEAP again.
VohDson & Tompkins

.. A. Bia ,E iShL '
Beginning Monday April 'tjhfe 9thAbout j
Handler of 5 and 10 cent foods ,

Stone: r in tin granite wooden and
t. Southern Marble ; .o.
willow ware. Also rug*.mats, GdODS' '
i 4 S.HOOAM"STREET.JACKSONVILLEHedquartere soaps brushes, etc. Notions 70 pair of ladles' fine 2.50 oxfords 1 jl DRY "'J
p' tor. [' for ladies and gentlemen : .: left out of last weeks sale. We sold over ,. ,1
Building Stone, Marble; etc. ;- one hundred pair of them at C I 45 Be? soar entire MM fraJ natec i whave 1
j' 1.90 last week. Broken sizes. .....free efsetei; !.ladies .sods ;2
MOSAIC AND" .ILE'WO I( j '!5 &' 10c J. .
: 20 pieces percale and gingham*, 'worth 12c
.. FOR FLOORS BATH ROOMS?*MAN EELS. ETC. |> A fine new line. of| ladies' oxfords and and ISctor .......... ;....;...";;-?...axe '
M....1 I ,GaenI CcMd Jfofcetc. j jUMXOIM f j I '
Ii ,bals of every desqription, new stock. 20 pieces percales and worth 10c'Should
r.nut Waits", raciUtiM .,.y1.(.. r..cU*.;.' "", 'Prompt 6rrlc* '': Variety Stores not be on a oargaln CI Aft and 12cfor......... .ti.....:..........6) c

;:, #."". !: ," counter at all. 2\50 and $3 at M> .?v A large lot of odds in white pique,
1017 Avenue D Miami. Fin madras ;; ducks and fancies, worth from lOc
w BITTY BROTHERS,; to'!4Oc.during sale 6" } Co lOc 12-" Co 20c
3.5o. 4.oo and five dollar men's shoes in tt" : "' .
20 pieces co voile. in is solid colors, worth1IV
I ;"Wirefor Me every description all new stock. From irbn 15 to 20c f or.... :... .".? T
"" .
Machine Shop I IAgents the best manufacturers In t ; i'

.1; ,''it ;';- the world..-.__.--.._...-..-.$1"0- 50 for pieces.....India.......linen.......worth. ....from.000.u_'lOc lOc and to ISc 12c, ...'.
for the New. Era Gas 'Engi es. Gasolene' I and I'll Wire For You" j
: : Stetson shoes while the last A tat
and kerosene $4'
engine repairing i.a ;
... ..._._.
'Genera! Repair Worki r ,' ff Phone,,176. : I.BABY ZAPS .

508 SEVENTH STREET 7. '%: *- .,MIAMIFLORIDAWm. '' All boys', girls and children's shoes at A fine line of baby..s1I 1:,an41 lawn,caps tb ,
'C:, li'BROWNELECTRICAL' 20% discount. A chance to save money. t be closed'out regardless costs Iinfant's i
.... o.:' .: :;. .
.. CuysSopI: t CON TRACTOR. J' I .!l'hbsewort1i25cfor,,., .,.H:. .......)M15c .'
: soft soles at ; -.48C
; -- Those worth 40c for.... ........ .2SgThpseworthSOrfot.i
;;. ; 13.Arecc ,C : .,;t-i\.-.;.r.r.vrtl35c; ).|
A} 'il ... ... ,. .... ...
\ )K8Y-.West. Florida i.'r .- Ladles white Oxford Ties 'at3:S1.OO, Those Those worth worth 75c for ; :. ..4OctfS'1
"} i .1. ) H DOUAR YRSPARiellL)2i1Shipcha 'r I ; $; iicff$1.95 C LZSJfor.. :.: :.;.u f"H"-v.
I \
: I It'll Wl lo look ore terrain count
you ,oar *
ldlerylBuiidingMaterials ,..
> ') '- *i* jj* v I > ,f. t
;Of. "All Kinds. : '{ 3I3 8 t l elf tai t tto. '
.; a t W.. M.. Biifaitie, ---
luriM Railways,MacfclM Slrapt,f or i 4 }
CM and los StMM 1 -1- *
,., ... .. .. i \lffl$
:% '3 :-1- IfAH v .r j.1' f ( ?' f.a.'sctrnnnri IIllft 1e.ti a item fah i ;
{ kinds ot repairing;Boiler.* d..8te*-Frttii"a 'tt ,COMPANY: .
"* thortest notice,in the best possible manner bt:.expert skilled mech&nijMeyers n -:.
-' '' '' : '-- -- ,_- i<' -
I ". _. ., r i: Mart's' '
QysierandSeafood CliopiH I$
i "
: 1
& Robinson '!.=r :
1: : Our;S aecialty i

Cdntractiiig 'Electriciaiis| Medicine ; Oysters by. plate:qnartMealsserredataUhours. of .101- .

.. f .:41 l2ti Street. Miainl.P'iond.

i 'W19 Ave. D.Miami, FloridaSeeDr:1Burnharn, ,,In medicine,'be carefulIn ,, I -. '..
II! Lake city has GOt popoltHamh XU UnexcelledaeelOi.. only MS .....
; 1 feet above the tea,bas par tree stone for tU pest 10 to '
.-, what you buy, 'and' years u &ftI'III, ;
-} L artesian water. | population of over 4OCII.1' l.j
'where you buy It. I It Is, i

: : not only Important that :. FIi4e1Bithe0--: : '

the best.,values .1
you get, \
{ ? but also that you Lake City 'Y : .i i '
The Miami is tg>' eon--and Specialist ,get!goods that.give you, miL ':, '
; & /satisfactory,results;;we :"il 60 west of Jseksonvllle on tke 8esI>oaK. Rallway. OEer'Ioiaj'ej; 1
i. ; portunity to Uncer"a"little longer oItore'ro ag a orta. Comfortable: of.
you are a sufferer,horn any Chronie-Disease. Ulcers, Tumors, have a reputation, for j homelike, modem in an 1U appolntmentsi H it'-'adeoldbithy,: eleetteJsckeonTOe

iCU or any Blood.Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head Throat I .furnishing1"satisfactory jt r Urhtl,j and belL Rates I'2.00 to 1100"per dan.Trains. from ,
Lungs.StomachorBowels'D spepsiaIndigesbon, Rectal mp -' and Goods. leaves'9:05 a.'m, and 4 p. nv, arrlvta*!!:!*.a :.. sad'c16'p: :'..i '. &
Reliable "
8ea&eS. Female Diseases ir i I S r. ..
Write 'D. LWhetetonelor come with out.Notfce., .. .. 1\t!,

',, AU Latest! ElcctricaUAids. Homeopathic! )Medicines I! I D.. EJ f WHETST' I IIE, Prwrjctj- yt: '

and a,large stock of.SpecUUJuiepared.;: em edie fi)See?ds.1 'sort 1 rINECANDIES: I1is rosin over and while 7**unI I !

Ladies Maid Always in Attend'ante' A DJ CIGARS: ". .the tirnt, drop in and'take a lock at

:Upstairs in Metropolis, ,BnUdinff.. From. 9 a. m. to:4 p. m.Sun. excejp Jed] .. ow:1Lne,UM of VTbolen Dont tit- The I; ont ne itol.: "

: l,' get the pise.
:. : : .Ji -:'' TeL'3. ,Cor::12SlAve.'C.. .. -" JOHN; SEWELL. RROHea3Qasrters : .Atlantic'{Beach 'FloridaMftHfE -
asiN. far mart TnOcrtaf BEMISn, '" fftoMgtrqpenedMarch i J.
AatjIeaE ., c '.. 336 Tvelftk etretBleeyhe. BoekMerritt&Kolb I .
VVe, -are Now. 'Ready; rumlshTribune i ; :5, 906 i
.tte .
osatleg 111M:ter.isseiiic, .rsA' i betela4; *.iitts.. than eiss1t Salland'other .f. : Through. parlor, car! Palm Beach to. Atlantic Beach; train 74!
cfy'aad nee SMIP m eO. .N. tamp* etewC. M* dimsrfel'esxgr \ i! \ __ ,
Generators 1 MAL ESTATEBARGAINS On Atlantic Ocean,20 miles trom la Icsonvflle.; via'P.EC. ] ;"
Eagle makes:of Bicycles :[ <\.. """ i._
are ........,. ,o..w SOp00/ aiM 1ft ...- .... alder an absehAl;\ MIAMI FLORIDAA The Continental. is the,' latest\ addition to'the lam
QUAIWCTU., Cast. yse}IPsYOU ARE.NOT SATISFIED., Florida j : East Coast I'.Hotel' System '
t .iPl..i' t fine S acrekey frsirt In Ceesaw* .
WINDMILLS; :.TOWIRL-TANKS.. ; 1AND. 'ENSINESrM house,well set la .
-s Y' e.7. .f Qrovs good konrinftrees Bicycle chairs ponies for the ildren golf liaktcoupt ,
Box '566 MiamingsPharmacP riparian rights: A kargaln.a .. billiards 001 'balLrootafor
>!ThoSe W. MatherI ,, bowling alleys andp '
Lots en 14th street between Avenuts ,
= ; rf'
autoniobl livery
C and D. ing,; +! bathing: 'fishtng, d"
and fresh water '
Lot en tth street.'between AveimeeC ; I ;

and B, '1100. years terms .
You s' r'House and' let en '10th etreet, I Itwctn be. ate Befoare''Investin''

'The bicycles and other Avenue B and bay, $2760. .Let I IInvesti :
INCORPORATED I goods are the best standard III'show you this
,goods on the market, 10 acre bay front $3000 cheapest I I Wind Fewer ,0I'
south of Lemon City.
A: Store for The People
Drug. Hartford and other Tires.I 25 acre hammock and truck land Has been adopted by the best pe< pie. of the country as the'
Coaster Brakes fitted to old, M.grapefruit trees finest In south I'cheapest power for raising): water. Note the people who hare
adding them, they cou ct have steam gas a d hot air too if they want I
; Dads 11 old. 200 trees
Tba"s.our of {hun. year
motto, and it has been the means wheels. All work guaranteed > :< ed it. I hand1 the best mill made apd make a specialty ot this 1:
and beautiful grounds on
dreds of new customers to our list.: t We, sell. only th pure Best new wheels for rent good rock road. $5500'You should. business and with. my pump mechinism that I hare just beta jJ s
granted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the
= All prescriptions are filled registered pBarma- capacity*
est drugs. :lei the views at our office. value and life of wind milt outfit
the 231 12th,Street. Blue Front at I will t
cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in city be '
35 acre on Lemon City road 10 prosecuted. j 't:

2.DoorsNorth; Postoffice | Carroll & Clark I Good seres views cleared.of House the bay and for,, 200 a tress ehert I ,Cocoanlt] Plor/

>.: W.. Fifes. time only, $4000 C J{ PERRY f Grove,- rY

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'r. A Little ofEverything I IROQUOIS GRILL '

':i Have Y Oar s.een A Fashionable. Open Care Until for Ladies Midnight and Gentlemen I .

I, Ov&ters. Fish, Game and many delicacies prepared.
..... ABOUT HIS "INNARDS' by experienced cook and served by good waitefs.

Easter Science Is working 'wonders. A\ The American plan meals are served by the dish at cfieap individual -'
the beautiful line of Washington scientist claims To have prices enable those to live in rooms and apartments to
I live rea5onably.-The Iroquois hotel solicits patron: re of all
t > discovered a method by which the who
Of 3 contemplate long stay as well as transient cistern*rm.
I soul of a living person may be photographed Open all the year.. : : ,; ; J. Hors, DA 1DS01''(.,
1 .
slaughtered But do we really want to '
goods now being see photographs of our souls ot.

long ago a public school teacher received .
from the mother of little John- J. B. Hawkins. i B. I.Lassctar J. E. J UIIUI'M'
: i : AT THE I FEMPIRE ny, who had only a short while before I
if- I been started In physiology a note The Miami Grocery C.
which ran something like this: Dem ,
t teecher: : I dot want you to teech
I Johnny any mbre about his lnnards; Staple end Fancy Groceries
It makes him/ sassy and don't'do :'o
", "?, good at all. / So no moat at present.j I| FRUITSand VEGETABLESOur I
Tures truly"/Wouldn't "soul pictures'make '
: : a lot of people "sassy" and I stock of groceries is comolete and we think we can apply '
I others dejected and "do no good at about everything required in the baking line. Our aim ii to keep;
all!" It HI not be a happy Jay only the best class of groceries and oar prices.on them .will be
when the sc uls of men are laid bare, found to be right. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
by i photography or otherwise. rue city. Our fruIt and vegetable stock always fresh.. Give jna a call
i & "Cl1hnceWe least known about the average man, r ,M "
Now ; by ter himself It Is for as all well lnterests.Ex.WOMEN as others .the bet. Telephone 20 ,,335 Twelfth" Street.: Miami Florida

Are women to be the bank clerks of

haven't: sufficient space here to tell yoga all about' the Mr near, Frank future A.? Vanderllp This. Is the, rice-pres opinionof : 4' .
ident of the National City Bank of

them, but. we' quote a few; prices to give you an idea. New York of the and treasury.formerly assistant He says that secretary Armstron 9 S Meat Matket
women have clearly and conclusively
demonstrated their capacity for clerical :
and routine work In business offices IS 'THE PLACE 1
These prices will prevail until 1 after Easter, numbers and of that them year are after being year employedIn larger Why pay enormous' 'prices' i" for t fresh meats whc you

choicest cut of Western and Florida
occupied can buy MEATSfor
banks In places formerly
Silk Eollens all colors;,worth one dollar per yard now.. .. ..:... .. .......tf,.. .. .. .. ..69c by men. In the course of a few much less, money at Armstrong's'Meat Market.,

Silk(soft finish)'colors blue and"green, worthone dollar per yard, no| .. .. .. .. .. .-69c' years will have;'he women predicts clerks most and of the men banks onlyat Phone 161.. Corner Avenue l' D .ad. 11lh- t .Street

Newdane cloth; cream color;worth 50c per yard now., .. .'. ,. .. ..*..-. M," .' '' '. '' ..34c the heads at departments. pt
requires no great deal examination
Voiles; black and blue; worth'1.50; 'per yard, now... .. .. .. .:.... .. .. f.. .. .. .. .1.19 to ascertain that women art constantly ,

Brilllantlns black and;blue worth l.50peryard: now. .. .. .. .. .. .', ..I|f.. .. .. .. .1.19 commercial entering more and financial largely affairs Into the of '- CANT BE BEAT j

Farmers choice muslin .((10 I yards only to customer) now.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 75c the country. Twenty-five years ago !In spring Urn.' t&. 'tmmitCa- _
it'was a rare thing to see a womanIn
,No. 180 Berkry'' cambric:,. worth twenty flve cents,per yard now. '.. ...,. ..... ,.19c. a business office: now there are her. spring clsanlnc the lamb alw
few business offices In which one / hIs spring ptutlnc, a4 ash t-aD
((10 yard cut only.to each customer) or more of them will not be found.- r UNk.best.i,Ira ao with ,.. :w.-R.i iattemp

i No.. 150 Berkly cambric, : worth thirty five cents"per yard now .. .. .. ft.. .. .f.. .. :. 18cJO Savannah News.' .. ; .
:. ( y'ard'ciJfonly to each customer) I -, PtUMIINQwlthoat ;...r.*.$ .
A SURE GOOD MAN laniUoa at g
: wadi tIIII
Table:napkins all linen; worth per,dozen 1.50.> now.*,?;1 ...-, ,.\.r :. ';.. .. .. ,.119 /A remarkable story Is told In theTlme.UlI1on -cut .. bwor. Tkm j ,'"

''Table t napkins'all Unwo ll per dozen:J. 5. nowJh.-.v.';:.*;. .:.V.Ladies .: .. :. :;..1:39. I ota John, W.. Garwood ; ., prime ptcaUnc to k. .o*. ..4 GIIL'a
who has just been re-appointed postmaster ,,,, why .w. ask tor yeas tsdasu. Est
able--n tns"alt tlnefworttrper"dozen'2.00'now! :. ; ":'.:::: "::::-:::. '. ".::: ::.;"169; : of"Montlcello. So satisfactory S1 i y ;' 1 oar good work.; MOM s._ QIIa

,linen- lundkercJtfefsTworth! twenty five cents each, now.. .. .. .. ? .. .. ...... ..15c. bar,held.has this:;the postmaster.01llU..for thirty been that;years te, -' otken_:.>ju\.;;. r' ....,t--

"Ladles hose, ftft 'err CMtvafaesno.7; ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ,9c.. having been appointed by ,Grant In t."I, H. _; .
: ; .t. ...,..,o" 1878 and hat served continuously ever :a tit,,, ..A. D.
t 'Chddren's'hose, fifteen"centralues; now..&j r .. &. .. .. .. .. ."7.; .. .. .. ..H'1., .* .:-? .6c since without regard.to the party.In 1

Ladles vests flfteeen cent values; 3 .for... .. .. .. .. .. ...'.. .. .. .. .. .. ..||. .. ..:J.;:.".:25c case power we.' haye.not'If there beard I*' another,of It.such a .... 'f

'.Hucle towels; l2, and" cine half.cent: '.value:::: .-:nova;;,.#.I'H..... .. .. rfHlffM' ; .tfv.8cJurttsh ," ? Contractor Property f. : Opers
,. towels.J wentyj.centlvalue, now..f. .,.. v..v.r.v.:: *,. .. .. ,.S..JT.-v.15c: : VALUABLE RELIC .. _AND \

.Men's'odd pants': six d6llarl'values, ,' now.. .: ....,;.. .. ..,.'::. ;. .-;'::. ...'. _.: .. .. :...4.50 wife. Mrs.of.B."Dad K.V* Green Greene the, the veteran.estimable patrolman ** .

)!1en'! odd pants.- five, dollar value-now-i, ,?.-;>.. .-. *.;-. ..',<.;.;.. .V..p ,. ...3.99; Is the proud possessor of r. If you don't want to SAVM0ff'$ ., .
$59 bill Issued by Congress In January
Men's odd pants, four dollar value, now.,.... .. .. ...,.,.. ;. ..._ .. .. ., It---- '' '' .2.99 1779.' The bill Is a most Interesting we can't help you. I you do, come t'-

": f Men's odd pants;.three.'dollar.value.now:I i ....:. .. .. .. .: ..*.?:',.'...-::..'.i'.;'. ft. .. .2.29 relic.bearer. Is In.effect entitled It to declares receive 60 that Spanish the. The AvMcDonald Co.

44eaV odd pants,:.too- dollar.value now*-.w 4-rr' *''' .-r.-s ''?Tr rrrrrrfe.Trrr."T;'..1;59 milled dollars or an equal sum of T. .
gold silver. The,bill 'was owned '
Men'sOdd coats;twelve dollar value, nowi; .. .. ..<:v-V-;: .. .. ..;, .. $.. .. .. .. -6;90 by Chas.or Cobb, the great-greatd. j.

Me"'s''u; coats... ,4teri,..' do'Uar.I..e.. Inovv! 4. n' ....... ..... ....;J\.. .... K"I41 1- ". ,. 't-I'! !5 90" father of Mrs.;;Greene; ", ind bay year buDding material. loiig' Le 1 t
It has been handed down In the
.f4Cns..ggQ. :: :J coa .eight liar(%due, 'r'1.. .:;;. $:: .....au.J* ..*..;.....'.K.Cffe' Xjv4.9O'.Men's family for many years as an heirloom. Yellow Pine and Cypress of all kinds. l
About It clusters considerable his
odd.coats, six. dollar; value: !1ow..H... .. ..!. ;..::..... .. M,. .. .. ...3.9O tory. Mr. Cobb was killed by Tories ? _

Men's Panama hatstwenty dollar value at...,.. .. .. .....-.'.. ,r ,.; .. ..,,-f.... 13.90 In North Carolina during the Revolutionary We also sell Lime, Brick '((4 kinds), Cement ;'Sash Door ..:
bill taken '
Men's Panama hats, flftesn dollar value at., .. .. t... ,;.. ..;'. .: .....; .". .. M,,. .. ...:9.90 from his war person.and.the At a relic was it was Mouldings, and whatever: else a builders ;

-.M n's Panama hats, twelve dollar.value at.. .... ..... .. .. .... : .,". ..::; .- .M.\-7, ; .9O awarded recompense a handsome at the New ribbon Orleans and other exposition at lowest possible figure. I ;

!Men's Panama hats-ten. dollar,value, now.. ... ....... .....90...... ..... .. ; .. .. .. .6.9O of 1885. You Know where we are '14th Street Miami.: Florida

:Men's Panama hats?, ,eight.dollar i -value! : at....... .. ..J:.-..:.. ... .:.. .. ". 1j.....': ....5.9Q Mrs.Mrs.,J. Greene S. Jones Intends her daughter.giving it Saturday to. r I :I,
afternoon. at the police station
-.M e '* straw.hats, $3.50.value...........2..89'leD'. s felt.hits, $1,50 valnd 90 exhibited by Mr. Greene. It caused I :
BOW V now ... ;'.... consldearble interest upon the part of 3
:\\Men' straw hataTT300 value Men'a feYt'hats. $i'JO( viin J1J'| ,those to whom It shown. & ChaseS 1neJ
2. : was Chase Co.
':.:.....:...\..u. ..."' 39 now .. t ..... ...z.39 Col. Samuel T. Fletcher, the well
Men's straw'' hats, $150 Valne" felt tiata : .
Men's $150 -nlulj known criminal lawyer, is In possession ,
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Y iiovy. : :.u:. i. Y Dow..I.,. ....... of two Interesting historical ,
hats, $100 value' '. felt letters written during the Civil; War. SUCCESSORS TO :
Meu'wstraw V 0.:.............I.: .....,.1"49.1en.. .'.;:.hab.Z.OOnlu.j.......... ..... ........ 1"00' The letters were written by Totonel CHASE & BARNEY Inc. Fire I
Men's straw hats, $L50 wile ..: i Men's felt h ts. $1.50 Tab||j Theo. O'Hara, the brilliant and courageous ,
-.-. .-.-.....-.-.=.,..'....,-..,....'..-......1,.19 Q. -now'.'...."......*'..;... .'' '" ... ..80c military author who wrote the FRUIT AND ; '
; well known poem "The Bivouac of Acciden and
& i' the Dead.They were were sent to VEGETABLEPACKERS 'i l
:Large lot men's odd vests, .Erom" 1.50 to nice value choic e;:. . .1.l . . 75c: Capt. J. J. Grant at Richmond, the '
Large.lot men's colored shirts slightly soiled. 1.50 value!:. ... (-Ii. . . t at gist .of the leters being the prediction Tornado :j
',Large lot ladies white underskirtsslightly; soiled,' and valu; of the only possible outcome of tie Dealers la "
75c ,i.oo at. .59c straggle between- the States. Colonel '
:Large lot.ladies: corset covers. :,. 40.cent and 5o:cent'value:;:::. /M ..29< O'Hara was a cousin of Mrs..Fletcher. Crt 'Znsuranc+

Large, lot colored silk remnants,one dollar, and 1.50 value,at.. .... ;|:1.V. .! .... ..69c The letters are' of great historic ,
: I Interest as Is case with nearlyall
letters written.to,men of'affairs Material "
Ladiesstylish;, t trimined hats T-4tll': off'Origin\tprjce by strife.literary- Tampa men Tribune.during a time of FIDELITY BONDS. i

r" Pitting ui Imioce, : .
A stupendous.reduction in 'alPpur ; '
; Dress-Qftods OLDEST
: WE. ALL, MAKE.MISTAKES EistEod' Ikfil Bliei'DoeL ? AGEHCY I1IUIJ" .

: Everybody should, t take advantage of this .remarkable To make a mistake.and then wall I
about it Is to make two. Everybodymakes

; reduction, as\l this opportunity:" > wiIlnot,, : occur 'again.Store.. regular mistakes.occupation'that Wfth of some doing it Is the a t, -

wrong thing and howling about .t Lofton
Benefit by. your errors and you will & Eiihig
be making progres. The world Isn't
as busy minding the business of individuals
Empire Dry Goods t : as we- think and while it

may forget chatter a little it la quick to Machine; Shop

Let him or her who has never made
a mistake hold up his band As long
All Goods delivered 'free of charge as man's Judgment Is based upon erroneous Across The River.
; conclusions he will make mis ,
takes. No one Is exempt We learnas ,
much from our mistakes as from
.. our successes. We ought to have Will repair your engine on short n tice. ;

,YOUR 'J UTO' IS IN TROUBLE' I CAN{FIX :IT 'GM: !.:' DYKES' manhood time seek; and to not also acknowledge to make to be them generous our the mistakesand second and Expert Gas Engine I Men. We any

charitable In our criticisms of others coils plugs batteries ire
Tire'Trouble. t dynamos, ,
are Cured or who have done as we have done, made
7 new ones Sold. Can for hire. y. 334 Tenth Street mistakes. But oftentimes selfishness, switches j- -
envy)' and Jealousy will.hot allow our
deter nature to control our words and
R. Zacbarlas An kinds, 64icJtstu.g ud Rep C acts and we cause heart burnings by
.C. '
bitter speech and cruel criticisms of i "
I "4 : W.rfc. arises By llt t. OrderHORSCSHQCING the mistakes of our fellowman who
Daniel' Block Miami.
ill", after all. hat a good heart a loyal Lofton & Elnig'
,-;--::-. .. disposition and generous Impulses.
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I lira. Win GauUer la spending the
week at West Palm Beach.

We offer a few choke: pro ie5'O'tJac' pent 10 daysas SALE ,V.
-f-- Jadge Sand, the mayor of Danla .
F was la town Saturday looking. after follows 1 J*

| ) feuUeaa InterestsMrs. 2 lot, 50x150 on paved street, in line-part of city, each......$475.00 f I -
,M. J. Peppard left yesterday 1 lot en 10th street near Ave. C.4* big bargain at ..........$,500 k I -1 ;

i for fcer will summer return la tome the In.early Minneapolis.i falL, S loU on Fifth street each.....iL...... .......... .;....$450.00House {

.and lot on Third street 6 t6oms. fine place, easy term, $1800 Biirdine
Was with Katy Visa Pratt Lerea spent Mann the at the weeksad ltter'a I One-half lot on Twelfth.Street fo?:)........... ..... .'.......... 2500 At & OuartermanT7 .

"r,- home at rerrine., Elegant home on 8th street........ "... .. $4000 ,

Hr. XT-'Jeaalno was a paasen-
.' Cer Satorflar moraine, arrirlat fromJriDe. Riverside lots are selling rapid ly fbut we have I few choice -one* ."
V left at the fallowing prices:

<.; ) ICr. A. C.citizens Frost.was.'one la-of town''Danl.'srupesdre ''Bat Corner Iota on Twelfth I: :..... .... ......... ..$1250 ;
; Streit.Fq 7th
s'vrtajr oa business Inside lot on Twelfth Street. :{ .... .... .... .... ......$1000, Beginning Saturday April

'Mr. A' T. -Parry: returned Saturday : Inside lots on other streets.... i ....... ...... ......, .....$750 ,
be baa .. .. .......... ... ..
.* froaa Jacksonville where : Corner Iota on other streets.... ... $1000
bee for tho past week looking after I m
I and April 14
real estate businessMr'and r Closing Saturday
.1 Remember that water, sewer, lights, paving and street railway will .
Mrs. D. C. Boyce. who bare therein ,. i .
March Villa the all be down the next sixty .
at the r.f- ,
been nests ,
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paat aeaaon. leay."here WednesdayBar [f .
; their home la Charleston. W. Va. .

tie;.iOas Pest Jeanette of -her'Wilson_.grandmother.' ..J.who has ,been Mrs. : &days.Co. We will put on sale some-of the. b iggest; valu 3s; Miami pus{r', *
her 3: N.toon Feaster*.at Tltaarffle.' returned'Satnrdry,! >....f.r'Capt. : to J'lliT:4 ,n .. chasers have ever seen Rem( rrier this\ is Easter, time

; and ,every one wants something new. These goods are
-H. A. Scales returned yesterday -

,! ha bas from made Columblana.a weeks visit Ala and:where will all 'advance ,styles, nothing: go -WQrn or:s!{ ddy' : _W e i tii

::. be aeecJOftpaJl1ed home br.hu brother. Miss, Mary, S.: Adams, who has- beets HuUon D..Saunders, of weSt Palm! yite YOUR inspection and SOLICIT TRADE
for several weeks In the city, left yesterday }: Beach,.one of. the candidates for tae : YOJUR ,
rout office of clerk of the circuit court was 1
IJI -.' and MraV John 'Harrison hare for West Palm Beach en
accured a suite of rooms at HerUmer to New York. She was accompanied a visitor to "this city Saturday and .,
3 cottage oa 8th street and.have.begun by Miss HM.Brown, proprlwtress ot, left yesterday afternoon for his home
the. pleasure of housekeeping.' the.Indian, 'Hirer Hotel. at TItusvillei.'" ; | wearing a smile of satisfaction.Mr. ii i Derby-Lingerie]) Waists Light Weight Skirts i .

..Mm.-Anni: K>'Deartorli"4 will soon :MrsT-Sonthefmeiv- "o;:)lr.>Fred, and Mrs. R. K. Syfers of Indianapolis ** i
the Sonthermer. president of the New. Miss Lola Syfers anj Mrs.Brown.of Ju t few : mohair' ,skirt '
coma to &m1'to reside.-taking Ereryoue 'who has.seen our waists know a cream : pliated *
Mr. 0. who-hare
beautiful residence of Mrs. M. J.Pep- York Frees Club is the pelt of ; Jamestown .
.., par J. on 7th street and. Avenue B for and Mrs. W. L: Kemper on toe sonf* been guests at March villa several what'a beautiful and complete line we lef to be sold thi sale at 25 percent. :
ftraetiv. weeks leave soon for Indlanapotts, alter
side. Mrs Sonthermer Is a very fi; ;
'" ls sammer. and.accomplished...woman- .,': amLThe spending a delightful time- in Mi- carry.. When wesay Derby we mean lesr than their 'on 'na1Tahie.: A.swell

.,- v Fats''Mr.Jamea Bead*.,who T. has DeBerry.been'spending of Wed I Dr.'Junes' Tate; sister.Mrs. Mi fe j I ,well,fitting, *cheer pretty waists ranging line of white .linen, skirts, both .tacked .

wreral Jays to Waal attending to 3..Bridge and )[ ..John Gaunt lead.. party composed of Mrs:; W. D. li in from. 11.50( $10.00 anjl.side plaited, reryfull: all' sizes ft
taateeaa matters left this morning ODI tomorrow for their homes at Philadelphia. ( Hughes and children. Mrs Thos. D. price .
tile steamer Shbneeoek for Key West Dr. and'Mrs:Tate will return" Jones Miss Mary Jones Miss Gerv t 25per cent, t.Few, wool skirts
vii Traps Mr DeBerry Is tier to Miami the first of OctoberAavJng'a; trade Walton and Mr., Otto. Btelrecht ; '
.05' discount t ;
I' 11op1T"manger, 'of.ae Palm BeachAbborgur pretty cottage on Orange GlaJe road hare returned from a week cruise to : : percent t* \ in,aarktolorsto.go at HALF ;PRIOR :
JUi' which they,will occupy. || the keys. ham. bad a moat enjoyabletrip. !
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; t ft1IBctNI t 'III'.'John Gramllng has recelred7a V -
scant sf the K. C. a 8L I*. Railway, complimentary notice,iff*the Stetson AmODe' ch prominent,members of .i I: i:;l s" t! ,j
f: WIIJt heaAnarters fa JackaoaMHa ta College paper on his flae acting In the the .National Association of :Railway '.,., HA T,1. '
t' 1a Ute dty today >Mlt'i friends and coTleglste"play;.ghakeapeara'a..:Titftmg Commissioners who passed throngs < liiiI
)ii, Matntaaeea .Kr: Abberger has i of the Shrew.presented by t&eetetaonUnlTersltyarainatle Miami en .route to Cuba today;;was I .j
,..srydwa a uf tii to-.th* poaldoa. -r society Uent-Gorernor John P.BloanetsouthCaroltq :
': ...... e1)aJ&.. silt.W',,Bple. who last.-ftWaT:night:-. .,Mr. rOrambllac and hla. .ptvat.7epltatEE .t; < "
I. i.._...... to ta. poattleei oftal sonnet. carried the,.dlOenlt part i of. apt;\:1PIIohbe. .: NwmentTbelatte r, Is alscTa : J I Any hat i in our stock) at JOVper: : .eenfc:; discount.All. :
.': .. agent. of th e tame fond' .4sea ., Ui I .. 1.1 I \ i Kt representative the. Colombia State. -
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>: ;.;. 4'. ,'i,. f't..oj'.v..,". :; .,- ... oft" .. ', '. :- prices, from $1.50 to $25. Our hats are,, new,
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i a "I .J' ;. .- line with this # and '" '
1 ) ":'> being a new us seasonantee we guarau1' -
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,. ',. .I ; : I topleasenovv; : is-your.- time get an, EasterhatKayscr
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L;_ "SOVOD l1 acs: W Worth; :, Gloves COllars belts: :

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t' oISu1IDDc1' ClothIng 'double tipped' silkindlisle Fine Lace Collars 'and 500 1 >elts' to'be sacrifiCed'at

< gloves in all colcuffs fromll.OOi to; $6.00'this'' i ale.;; '.The line consiso.J

ors; white black, navy grey At a Big Reduction. 'silk.kilver .
duck linen
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I .. and <'all shades of pongee Embroidery turnovers, '
and old We 'mate
... -.. ,. ...,'-'-.- ..._ ..,._..... '''':-' ----,.-, ..-.4. and'tan. Best known glove hand made turnovers at .. ; can ion
'" -"-:,"" : ; ; .I ,>;: / the,ma_ rkl't. 25 per cent off.' _< ;J any < ostume with pinkblue,

.- .. .:{ ; : q' if.J." ., md f '.. ,."il"..-, : for $1.10 lot of neckwear w to navyl green Jl'eYblackX, :
'i )ata'oa- :)' : '! t, $i50 gloves Big ,
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: '} "''' '' ; whit Belts, ,frog,
t .. .' .<{. .. :;,. jf.OO:; gloves for 78c be sold at half pricey Get

; ,. .. ." ,. ..,,t""'- ;:. ::. _,.-..',.; ... :;...:.....t.> 'r.' : .', I i' .;-": ,.. .....' ,.tf.'..!.a'j.; J'>"!? .....t<, J 75c+:.gloves for 55e yoursapplvnow. your- 2.0c$6..OQ and all.st' 1
.. 'I J \It > '$ : discount of
h 40c. loves for 28c vacatibnt at 25 cent
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. 1IJjr.f'i.s.l, on' ..... "...'"'..:',-,' ...,,Ci'1Jl''..' r.,1i.". (
: n. I r ; D f 'J-I() 1- c ft.ih: ( \ <" L All our fine alligator hand We will have on display I In ants fine We
"; J-" 1 ) J. ., to tRt4lf :.\ ...1'10ht:1,; : bags and purses and all leathat big reductions, .handkerchiefs ;

; [ : er goods to be closed at big hosiery, ribbons and Con 'I r"
lrl'Brot6 ; of and short
s : sting long
'tJ:Just>arrived at.; I reductions.Small. parasols which: we had left -
; .; dres es, skirts, belts,,. ,
.f f*, < y ., ". 0" .i,. ', '>'*'_ j .- '. from the winter season; are cap
t."Lr *" > .*. .$f ,t t lot of China left to be special values sacq ies.and evecythin .fota

: Do not fail ; to:. look this :mammothstock >i. closed.at. half price. I bab) at 25 per .cint discoid;

mothers this willsEmbroidery save you

> t' ; Dress Goods man ;a- stitch; ; and,, will 'coot<
:) ; once. It is *
over strictly ho than mat
i : k Big lot of Elite embroideries,.sells All our wool dress goods ,you more .
,. ,. 4- from 712c to 12 l-2c "
: ,: '' l i ,; at..v..y.: : .:. .... ....:. ?.....5c' with'trimmings jtd match. alOne +
;to=date:Prices are[reasonable lot fembr 35 per cent discount .
4 !up. = a > f*. from 15c to 20c atOne ideriea.eeua'IO. ..... ..... C Beautiful line white goods rider MuslinsOur I.
... ttt. "" :'II' '1 lot of insertion and edge. just the thing fc r the Easter .- -'?
1 19c
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'of, : "' '..r' t $ OJ4ti-J: of 25cto35c" value, at.'' .' suit at 25 per' cent discount entire line 'of: ladies \111.
/ All>other fine embroideries Big lot of sills: ,plain and den rear'. to close :'in i order"toe .
I. '" ,.j,, ,.', :: .' both white'and colors to be on ,fancy at a big r eductionEvery ;
1 1ct'l' 1v >> ,11:;'. ma room for new lots.J T1 W
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C4tjii? :]fri3M : ; J1 '/'- ;;; sale cent. less than one (an afford a ,.;
; .... : : "f'ii; 1:': ,- ,? .i l1t:,i i: 25 per ; t! ; stock of goo&put.on
. : e prettiest
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'..... ...-."..''.. .": .. "f# ; ,.. \7." @" < '"-.<'I' : their original value. We pride new Easter at these \
J. ,jI't.. ,. .tI"f./.r' &.tai) .' '" ,h "' L ',,, thi eve. display in; Miami.Cor .
.. .... -<; :'" .,1". ourselves on this line and invite prices; give department
4'', ':" ":'" ; your i inspection. your attention ic .;in and inspect tb
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,U GLEAN( STREET \.1 L L14j : 11 tC :;' -- PRINCE ARTHUR :


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Ctactanatl/hb: .AprUCluclnoa- I
U has awakened to the bet that IU Winnipeg. Man. Ap 11 '.-His Royal '

.' streets need cleaning. Thanks to s I w, ,. dXb JX'Ij .Highness Prince hrthnr of Con-

i.Ii tie Ineffective street'cleaning depart.. R'.k I nought arrived ,beret shortly. ,befr ,

A men the condition of the streets daring noon at, the C N. R. i epot after hav-

the lait year or two hu been BO & -tilE lag spent nearly tw weeks la, the

disgraceful that the citizens. beganto i : northwestern parts of the Dominion.

protest.; He was received by the ,mayor the 7

The i ltaUoa apnea! through ... members of the Council? the heads

part of the city and finally the teacn- y, > orthe'yarioul depart eats of the mn-

era of the public school. took np the ,; nicipal! government a 4d a large all..'

|* matter enlisting,the anpport. of theBualneszmen'a .. .. her>> of .elUz ...
Club. ;A convention
waa called for the purpose of dlscuss- ,_. He was escorted fn m the depot to -

'it lax the street cleaning problem and :h. the City .Hall, "where he hands were
fit to consider ways and means for improving assembled and where the civic ad-

the eoadUoouat"'ne public dress"of 'welcome will be read to the
fctreets and 'highways In the.city{. i
Today the;convention will be opened. -,-- .-.. ... Prince. In the .after' toon there'will

and it U expected that;the deliberations ti'! .RESIDENCE'OF 'W... HUGHES.. be u' Inspection of tie garrison and ,.. :

of the, convention will be both .. of the school cadets. Tomorrow's "
Instructive and Interesting.. An elaborate ,--- -- '_ u_- __ -_-- _______ __ _- .. =- '.. ._ .__.- -' --.. -_u- __ program Includes a reception at
program has been prepared hare and office to Mary Elizabeth Howard, NEW, ,YORK ELOCUTIONISTS. Government house 'li the afternoon 5
scores of prominent: speakers t'tI cARNEGIE.
spinster aged 22. of Lydiard.' The registrar = and a rceptlon
at th
convention at Manitoba Clue
promised to address the< who performed, the ceremony Are- Meeting "Seventh Annual, Con '
.1 Its various,, meetings In the 'eyeI ID& Afte- the
Is still 1Inn-111 retirement at Bath vention' Today. '. .reception. ,
The street cleaning, problem will and the three witnesses of the marriage the Prince will be corted back, to '

.t also be considered in public schools who scrupulously ,regarded hisLordship's 'I FUND CHARTER Niagara.Falls. N. Y",April ,9.The the depot, where hew 1 take the nlgnt
week and "ne
< the convention :
j daring wish for privacy, are all seventh annual convention of the New train for Regina
Streets of our City: How.eoi we Improve "riDC- '
".will form the topic of York State Association of Elocutionists On Thursday the Prince will
...Lord .u4..Lad7..BoUacbrok.. had .. l opened here this morning In the j
cU--a Ia which teachers&ad'pap.I lived In Bath under different nomsdeplume. '''l Auditorium of the Natural Food to this city, but stay more '

ils wm take part._ Flftyi thousana"Clean ."' After die birth of a cud .Tiew ''Tflrtc.. April 9.-F. F. Proctor each day and half a dozen stars of the Company. Several hundred delegates [ than a short .IUEDot changing J

o Street CoDyeDtJoab&4c., ln:18: which:died.soon after.;'they Is celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary variety stage will contribute special from all parts of the state were In attendance trains to continue East.CHAMPIONSHIP. t afOR1iEIA
have been distributed among toe eventually, resumed their respective |i his activity as vaudev..emanagerIn ties.', 'Among'the latter win be Tvet- ,. when the convention was I 0
I school children of the city.ThIoA. stations at 'Lydiard. her ladyship honor of the event he te finbert. Fred_ Walton Grace Van called to'order and the Hon .0. W. i 'r

passing' Miss Howard 'later. she has arranged a gala week: at his Fifth. StuJduord. Vesta..Victoria and Henri Cutler welcomed .the delegates this, D"
went to Oar street! Bath and there Avenue Theatre. de Vties..The. gala week begins today morning. !
little Lord Bollngbroke,' all unknown There|wlll be a daily change of 'with "If I were King" with Henri Among ,the delegates are many
wkas bo n. The medical gentleman program land the best vaudeville artists de Vries la "A Case of Arson"' as a women and the convention hall looked
who attended was In,the secret, but In America have been( engaged curtain raiser very attractive on' that "account. ( ,

t DEGENERATE nobody eI... The nurse Is dead. .The for this Occasion.' The stock: company Other plays to be produced are "The PresidentJohn RammeD delivered ." .-.-. ... -,- .
: late Lord BoIID&'broke registered. the Including.. mella Blngham. A. H. Van, Prisoner, o: Zenda" ")Ira. Jack Ru- his annual address pd then a number ;t
... birth.himself as follows: ,Name Vernoa Buren. atnee Young aDd a' score .Of pert of Hentxau" and '"The Little .of.Interesting papers were read ;lit
r -r.. I HMry'aen: boy; .father's name other,fa tori teI.-w1U give a new,play; PrlD eu" with"K.bel Taliaferro.'Rri by J. P. Stephen, of Montreal Canada ? ;i:

Henry,Mlldmay > St. ,John:, mother's ; Mrs. Kate R. Butler, of Brooklyn
: name Mary Emily Elizabeth 8L John Miss Leila Olivia, Hame, 'of. Buffalo, AT EIGHTEEN .INCH.BALK LINE-

r 1tt40.":OF *SENSATIONAL: TRIAL formerly v'Howard father's rank*or CTOR'S'SILVERb' ; Y.iandiothers..' GAME IN ,SQUARE
profeskm. :Viscount :,BoUngbnike of There ,will ,be an evening session
','; tiSAT BRUNSWICK-BANK CLERK Lydiard Park. Bak k- r i
session and GARDEN
and an afternoon today W. HOPPE
t-\, : Even after that important event : three sessions tomorrow.: The evening 'MADFN .

'. px ;GET. EIGHT- YEARS..... FOR, MUR- Lord and Lady Bollngbroke kept their JUaIUCflfBRATIDk I : sessions will be devoted to Interpretative "WILL NOT"
': ** 'DERJNG TWOITERa" relationship secret, and the boy passed t 1 recitals, by representative artists.
> 1 ; .his Infancy la Bath jfTbere he was t /I J
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S.t". .. ykarr at the age of three, when he became tt \i ---r
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I "J the)sixth jVlsconntjO* {eagbrok& \. REMEMBERED '
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York.; April 9}Toe &rvatternatlonal Ia-
... New tprk. April '.-The Board of PresidentHarper.. ''of' the University OF WATERLOO
April t- The trial .foeas.rder A PRINCESS IN tournament for the championship
wl3Bruniwick. .
Trustees:'.bf the Carnegie Foundationfor at Chicago Is to' be filled at this
1 of Charles Brunke. which:ead- 'v Ht.IRPULLlNQ'1MATCH of the world! in the. It-inch '
; tr a ...;t J; .. .,,<.: the |Advancement of Teaching meeting. Battersea. April *.-The death i>fEllubeth balk "
fed with Us conviction and that Impoattloa -, line, with two j shots la balk
will holdfa meeting here this afternoon I "Blank adngle.womaa at
of ,a sentence to eight years Rome Society Greatly Shocked Sunder MEETINGS (CHIEFS.,OF POLICEHot : the Wandsworth Union Infirmary,has will open this events; In the concert '
C/ simple Imprisonment was one ol A Royal Escapade 103 adopt deflnlte rules removed one of the few remaining hall 'of'Madison Square Garden,Only U!
which Carnegie's gift will be ad- -Spring, Ark.:. April'na.. '
!* the insist sensational trials, held here: r v "z '* r tRome. survivors of the Napoleonic wars. six contestants are!entered for, the
annual convention of the International
nUnlstered. AprilILArlstociaic.aodety The woman, was
4fa many,tears. Brunke: was a'eaak i \ AsoclaUon, of Chiefs ,of Bailee great contest, Jacob jschaefer.,. Louis
Is greatly shocked over the latest is (he establlsmeot of a systemof years old at the time other death (
(eierk the beaut- opened here today'with a large attendance Cure, George SlossenJ Oroa: 1
and shot and killed: escapade ,of Princess Elvira, one of retiring pensions in the higher,In- lIed| from heart, failure and other Morning-
,?tail sisters,Hun, aged twenty and I the daughters of Don Carlos," the pretender representing every' state In troubles, aggravated by burns which star; George Sutton pad Gilbert G. '
Htttutlooii |>f learning of the three BoatUab the Union, 'the'Dominion' of Canada "
'twenty-one: on October 1'l.lI' last I to the Spanish throne who ins she received a short time ago while Cutler. i .
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speaking countries of :NorthAmerical and several other countries. Mayor
s2year. .1 repeatedly? become\|conspicuous i.to Richard Sylvester of Washington, trying to extinguish a burning paper. WIllie Hoppe. who recently won the
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an'unpleasant manner: "*'** I The evidence U.he post mortem.examlnatlop 5
vtAccordlng to the evidence Brunke Is A newffbarter will be adopted and D. C., the president of life association showed that Miss Blank championship of the *orld In *e 11.1
: Is four old and
She .thirty years I )
'i' -a type of the German degenerate, cor- some time ago eloped from her fath- the trustees will then be ready for the ,will open the first/business session remembered the declaration of peace balkline.game.. by defeating Vlgneaux '"
actual awarding of for..Jikh the Auditorium this afternoon
grants at
', #t'titpted' by decadent and pessimistic er'.. house with the, painter Folchl. after the battle of Waterloo. She and Slossen. was ei peeled to take ,
: ? a large number of applications are The convention win close on
with whom I she'; weat'h America. ( was a'young girl at the time and remembered In
-io tBteratnre. leading to meglomanla and already ,Jon flle. The ,truatees aftdra.n SaturdayIt promises to be unusual part the tournament, but at the !
well the rejoicings on the -
months the returned
After couple -
'- $ e Mempt of IKe. .The 'evidence of some .rom ,the whole country, andrepresent. ly intrestlng. ',An elaborate program last moment flatly cllned to play.
to Europe and lived. In great seclusion green of.her,native village In Devon
._ accused wan remarkable, lie under an assumed name at -all the various types at Institutional has been prepared and many Interest' shire. lIoppe.had some triable with .the
V' war of, higher education.::: ,Thevacancycaused Ing papers will be read during the Brunswick-Balke
.said he an nthalllaaUc'.18.eat San Oervaslo, a remote suburb of ider Company,
by the death of week
ad Kant, Schopenhauer,,Spinoza. Nletsche Barcel Da. A. few days ,ago sh.1'' IN HONOR OF APPOMATOX. DAY. which .Is managing t he. tournament,
came Florence to ,attend I.
: and Isben. .He .regarded. snlcLieVai some business to 'and while la the;city .W printed 'a little item iii.-ourThursday's the ugures 'would have to be placed over an old' acount. and pending' a

>.. allowable. even desirable.,- 'He had the Princess was arrested as the re- Issue stating thatUUOOImmigrant's I high; but In other things and better Jersey City N. J.Apr'u -Today settlement of this r 'fuses to, play.
"written three plays,' one called "TheEccentric. spit of a halrpnlllng match with' a had arrived In New.York things their worth can not be estimated. Is Appomatox Day,' the anniversary He Issued a statement explaining his

k,> ." In which, he 'delineated woman shopkeeper., ,The princess .he- Ihulfeday before and asked how They, have married here, are ''of'Lee's surrender Appomatox. In position and Intends to challenge the
'W own character and "career. 'iue went to a shop to get Home furs which many o gMiese immigrants would'.urntheir rearing' families and their ,offsprings honor oft, the day the,members of the winner of the toura}uent "
had been repaired. facet southward? What are, Immigrants" I w1D forever bleu our land. Our people second ..New Jersey Brigade and ;
!prison doctors Mated that Branke a She complained about the price and worth to a country like ours? I should make heroic efforts to secure many comrades from different partsof The, contest will begin this evening -

f-Vis... sane, but as. the Crown prosecutor shedIIereueei.ot oplnlon.tal to a.. What, fof Instance, are George Meaty some of these Immigrants that this and neighboring states will and there will be In an nine matinee
only demanded nine'' and a' half lively scuffle la which the shopwom-' Dave Woodrow and that class of men land eyeri'.eek on our shores.Vve' hold a reunion ,this evening' The and twelve evening games. According -
",..... Imprisonment he was apparent aa-came out t second best.She!had I II worth t. 'a country like oaraT'Th.' cannot get too many of them especially veterans will,beaddressedby.MayorMark | to the conditions of the
a :qr.of the opinion that the as4miad they Princess arrested; but the matter i worth these two men perhaps may of the George McKay' and Dave Fagan Gen. ,Daniel VE, Sickles I ornament every contestant. will be
was unbalanced., : : I was. seWed out of court \ .be measured In.dollars and cents,' but>> Woodrow stripe.:Ocala Banner. and other prominent speakers. required to play eveif other contestant -
.eVt Brnnke thrilled a packed court by -In the tournament and each game
i.calmly describing his shooting of the shall consist of 500 points, to be
sisters" as',they sat. side by side la.armchairs f VCILPROCEEDINGS I played under the established.rules
.- at their Instigation and IS AN GTYCOU : ,governing: the 18-Inch .balkllae game
with their full consent The fathert : two shots In. All ties be played

tlti the glris. a merchant gave .his off. The winner of She: tournament
daughters excellent characters ant will be come the bold the trophy,
1IIdet. innocent glrta. transpired\ A'cominunleatlon! : was received from age to the water works plant called of former administrations, collecting subject to challenge inder the' rules
that the mother of the glris had sinceCommitted Dr. Plnmmer protesting against" the for Immediate attention and he I was''''bond and Jail fees which nas been governing the cluai ploaeblp. The
suicide through grief.. POLICE SALARY -TO'BE INCREASED Board negotiating the sale or trans Instructed to advertise for bids for the used In defraying the expenses of carriage Brunswick Balke Collender ,Company
%5 NO ACTION ON NEW FIRE fer of,bonds,. while he Is fiscal agentof necessary,repairs. hire;: which were Incurred In baa donated $3,000 as irize money and
,* | A 'ROMANCE, PEERAGE: the eft}. and requesting that the The, special committee appointed toy I: taking prisoners to Jail and answering this, as well as the entrance fees will ;.
"...in.. '. ALARM SYSTEM REPORTS protest be.;spread on the minutes. The Investigate 'marshal made the following -': hurried telephone calls. be divided ,among the contestants as ,>"

.Jtelatlve te Birth to J New; Heir to board defiled the request and orderedthe report: !; Believing that these Irregularities '011011" :- First., forty p< r cent; second
"'Jf. Vleceuntage ON GARDNER ,INVESTIGATION communication filed To the "''a'OraDd Board of Aldermen I have been caused by the lack of an twenty-five ,per cent; third,, ,.-.eea
A communication from the fire de- of the City, of Key West Fla. I'ordinance setting forth what shall be per cent; fourth twelve per cent;

\,,London April ..:-The sixth VIscomnt partmen}and a well signed petition Dear Sirs We, the undersigned collected as police court charges'and fifth, eight per cent
.:. Rollngbroke. and 8t John'hasZtacL asked the. Board to take steps Immediately your committee appointed to IDnaU1ate from no wrong motive whatever on There Is no pronounced favorite for
4 celebrated his tenth birthday at Metropolis' Bureau. to install a newfire alarm sys the charges made against Whit.the part of said Wbltmore J. Gardner the big,tournament ai d tire bets are
1'.. his seat..Lydiard Park near.Swlndon.i ,Key West April 8. tem. The matter was ordered held more J; Gardner by captain of ulgbtpolice we would therefore recommend 3 to 1, ton any one if the players
fHls little Lordship's romantic: birth ,The board of;aldermen held theirrelaaar In abeyance awaiting the action of the ,' Lemuel Baker violating ordMnance i that the charges be dismissed and a the better having his holce.. Schaef-' :
I had "discovery" upon Us father's ,meeting last Thursday after county, $ml88lonera. No. 1111.* inasmuch as he. a hit. committee of three be appointed to fer, Slosson and Cure are considered
Msata at the age eightyseven! or noon. .Olayxr Babcock and AldermenA. A petition. was from the members of more J.' Gardner has.collected certain j draw up ordinance with the assistance the strongest I player among the
eight years ago forms one of the most E. 'Curry, W. D. Curry, BenJ.-Ty- the poIk'f.torce asking for an Increaseof funds for account of the city of Key of !the city attorney defining contestants but the other three have .
,. interesting stories connected with Des Alfred Gardner Ed. Falk PeterT. salarjM r As there Is an ordinance West and failed to make returns' 'to what fees and amounts that shall be shown themselves In fuch good form
Ii the peerage. Knight and Robert Gabriel were providingVfor the amount to be paid the City Treasurer for same as provided collected by the said marshal from In the practice games before the tournament
', 4....Everyone supposed that the fifth present The minutes of the last the polices-Alderman Falk gave notice in said ordinance No. 119, beg'leave Carps tried In the police court- ,. that 'the result of the contest -
Viscount died a;bacll lor/and,!childess. meetings 'were read and approved that he .!.would at once introduce an to make' the following report as On motion- .warrants were ordered la not easily forehadowed.The --

!....! and a arandson, -of'!' the ,thud A communication was received from ordinance; providing for an Increaseof our findings: drawn for the regular employees. dropping out olmlnlshed Hoppe has dl-
t, .VJscouat was regarded as heir-at-law. R. L. Pope & Co. notifying the Board 25 per:'cent In the salaries. l We have obtained and heard all After a unanimous vote of thanks the general Interest in the _
",Then came the announcement Mat at that"their company was making prep. Tbe report of the different committees testimony bearing on said charges or to Capt__Beehler for his prompt ss- tournament extent, but Judging '
:*. fist age of 71 or 73. on January 8, abort to Issue a directory and solicited aDd-- lIIceri was read and order- violation and find that the said Gardner Istance to'the city after the damage from the advance uile the attendance -

; ,ther deceased, ,nobUman:, had ?subscriptions tram ihe.board ed filed jtg not having any Instructions to to, the water works plant,.the board promises to be annsnally good

.i:; ....i':...... ... ..tJae..1I&tJi.... .- .').,regiitry. ..The commttnlcatlon stag placed onflle.. .. Falk.'s report'of,the dam. the contrary. has followed the.custom look a recess. during the entire too nament.I' .

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'! necessity for protection from cold and

QUESTIONS ANSWERED ther|,Is thus a saving of about S100an I I I

'acre which is the cost of shedding o
t further north. There are tea to twelve
'.. i thousand plants to the acre, aDd thefrul&kbrin Bank of Bay

iformation Interest, to the Prospective: Settler i In .the neighborhood of o t +" i a

Concerning Miami and the Southern *, from JO cents a dozen for Red flpanUh
< ,' ,' for Porto Rlcos-
t to Shy cents a piece
.;t Portion o f Dade County.. Thef percentage: of plant fruiting dot
penal upon the care and judgment ORGANIZED. 1896 .
erciltd In their culture some grower I '

havlok! succeeded la securing fruit

,v many Inquiries are Jrected to mess of etvUlsaUoa. as eUctrte Lights frog=>i)0 per cent of the plants in their

; _:' Metropolis by prospect settlers water works, sewerage, telephone system plnerjesands{ (Capital 27300. Surplus 350000. Deposits over $ OO..P9J}

bome.eekera concerning conditions I I ree mall dellvery.three newspapers ..1"flOta may be purchased from 15 or

; LiaUug in this put of .Jut country two national banks, one State acre up. depending on proximity ".

, .:;' 1.4 the burden of eorreciondenos enailed bank etc. It has mile of beauUTu/ |o roads and shipping point Good
G thereby has becot so heavy street ot native white-atone It ,1UI4> on rock road within 6 mile ot j

8: .,_ ..at we have attempted :fa the follow. practically terminus of the for .I ali4h may be had for ISO an acre &adlKIuWLmea Statement at the close of business. February f

East Coast Railway for though aa less than that sum for land
< article to sammartii such Infor- '
I jg... oIa.. Is most Impcrtaat and to tension of the road has recently been uut lumeJlately on a road. The same 23, 1906, as reported to the State Comptr1Oller

; sWtI' the questions mast: CreqnenUy built penetrating the farming: lands .wi.1ty, of land farther away from .

: .,ow It Is,hoped by tils means that forty-five mile south, this la merely uausportaUoa facilities can of course ,

f r ample i copy ot the taper. .t wak* a feeder to the commerce of this city. be fiurcuased for leas .The land I Ia un- -

'." suodreu. are sent oq*. will. In most Here'are located the steamship docksof pro1sslzlue in appearance to those aecusiouieU -

'; cases, serve the parpcine Intended better the P. ft O. Steamship Company. 1,.) to the deep ricJi soil ot Resources i
than'a personal letter. Specific Information hose lines are operated to Key West "xh kk States, being rocky and sand ,

may be obtained by,, writing to Havana and to Nassau Immense = can be obtained from-it Loans and discounts . . . . . .$159,851.13;. ,,

'x> any of the real estate or acker firms harves. etc.. are being projected to 1"1} of 'the returns I realised, Real Estate owned. . . . . . 17.531. ,I I .

."; whose advertisements appear In thisgaper keep pace with the vastly Increased wore"fertile- sections of the Furniture* and fixtures. . . . .. ... 3.115.25 '!J
maritime business that must follow oa cuujtry Fertilizer must be used, butbeetnrna
: and the best way to becOme ta- Current expenses . . . . .. . .., 1.261.83 :
ailliar with local conditions, progress the deepening of the harbor work oa : more than justify the ex-' .

industries and current happenings, which is now actuary progressing An vcii4tlllre Involved Cash Account t 4
while contemplating removing to this appropriation of $500,000 has been secured People of energy and' 'Industry are

.ectlon. is through reading the Dally from the government for harbor lluaroll'I welcomed,"-and the country's U. S. Bonds . . . . . .$ .2OQ.oo .

or the weekly Metropolis, the former Improvements, and the Florida ejopment* being practically just beutj Dutf from Banks . . . 58,379.50Cash
East Coast Railroad Ia'a1IO pledged to & there Is room for ail to reap the .
it which will be sent to any addressat wl ants In Vault . . . . . 39.94229
;' the rate of,$5 00 a year $L2S for expend a like amount. Thus feOO.000 which must ensue as the re-
:' three months; the Weekly-* large a.psge is now being used for this purpose andit eu.'-:'art such development. Capital finds \Ii Total available cash.100,521.79; ."

paper being mailed for $LM a is a moral certainty Out further appropriations Ill-nil most profitable Investment, wall f .I 282.281.11 ,..

rear.' will be secured until the Utwr/ Is In demand and well_ paid Peo- LiabilitiesCapital
THE CITY OF UlUn harbor Is In'a condition commensuratewith "Iew: moderate means who come here _I j
Its importance 'oID'a'commercial d+ small tract of land make a ..
1 Sprang oat of the wilderness aloe a buy a Stock. . . . . .27,300.00 .
# geographical and strategical ,ua ieut home, set out fruit trees, and
.. tears ago, the railroad having reached = Surplus . . . . . . . . 3,500.00 ':
standpoint-*n Importance recognized chi c waiting for these to come Into '
this point April 15. 1st.trade Prior to this by public men at the national capital, lJo, ,1 t.nc. engagr In trucking. are. ate Dividends not called for. . . . . . 140.00 'j
whose was prin.dpally
tine one with store the Indians and a few and by all who will study the location '" |{S without exception, successful. Earnings accounts . . . . . 1433.81 1 ,w

of this port and Its relation to Insular I A 14 this succes costs less effort than Bills payable. . . . . ... . 25000.00 ''i
scattered eking out a precar-
toss livelihood by wrecking and the and South American commerce, to mpMher.... parts of the country. while' Cashier's checks . . . . . . 994.j'8 p:

'manufacture of coontie starch were say nothing of the vast, trade that I tb( cilmaUc conditions render out-loonear Bank deposits . . . . .... . 9.854.38 ,

'Ike only evidences of civilisation. On must aprlnc.IDI.o'uJateace. upon the I. possible every, day in the year, Certificates of deposit . . . . .. . 15,732. ....,
completion of the Panama canaL with the'hesitth'benedt of snch .
.:'July 28, 189C, Miami war Incorporate4u I .* anui Individual deposits . . . . .. . 198326J36
A glance at the ,map will show the >en-air nrbrowD..I..r At theVame. '
a city furnishing perhaps the only I .... ',;
most casual observer the possibilities UUVB. people who are enjoying health $282,281.91
Instance on record In which a full '". .
,. ,ledged'city came into existence without the future holds for the Magic City aiul: moderate success In their present I ...:;

first having been a town. Three SCHOOLS AND:cmiacmcs. :ai aWMieshad better stay where they are. The State law requires that a bank shall t keep 20 per cent. i
Miami lias one of the hen public !There should be weighty reason to taI '!
-, hundred registered veters are requiredto of Its deposits In cash or with reserve banks. This bank, '
schools la the State. embracing both tldJlC4I( make such ,
to move
entitle' any community to be called the common and high school coaraea.The I Importance' anyone People who a have made will be seen by the above statement, hasp ,over 40 per cent. of of JS'i
I Its deposits available In cash. No bank In the state make! a
buildings are)large and Veil ventilated ulure elsewhere an act like > !,

the PllrpQe of Incorporation, 'three and there Is a competent corpsof t/ry snccessfuvaere.. Intelligence aid better showing, or Is In a better condition to serve Its deposit,, 'I I -

{ and one-half, months after the first teacher A Catholic convent' second :industry are a* essential to good fart ,1 : L : }

';ran/reached ,IflmmU 144 votes wee to none IA the State Is la tall n! here as In any other part at. the I .. ,

*|list:, The p....:--.t growth of thu operation giving Instructions 'to both ,1o6e) I '
sexes There are also private schools, i 4'.1.1 1
1.. early period has been sustained | it is desired to engage In general ,
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throughout the eight years of the dty'shstory. a musical conservatory, lad art school, farming= In the raising of wheat corn, t tut
"" so that every ,educational ....1 maybe oats. peaches apples grapes orotjier

-: ,. supplied There are about thirty products ot the temperate sons, : r-
.. Miami has at present resident pop- flourishing schools la the county. OM"'.> must cut his lot some'ow "hundred. .. of, -1if:1: : *
"- Every religions denomlnatlet to represented ill} to the north?and accept the cold .
elation of between lOot and 1000. lathe" -
'winter' months this-population Is and, the following have thatjl;'part ,of the' !'egacy ot lands I i, 'i to toI I-
handsome church buildings: Presbyterian where these ''can be.'powa. I J J
_acm bi.the'4.ut1os of thousands things. !
Episcopalian. cats ak 1C. B Neither ataCk ralaIne'ooutrr.. '
i Is this a
of visitors mostly of the wealthiest
Church IL. B. Church, Sooth, and Tare which The Bade ( State Bank
classes who come'to enjoy the .... is a "no fence law 1* a County
(Meal climate and the finest fishing in BaptbC great boon to the settler of limited _

|che' world.[ To accommodate these SOILS: AND,PRODUCT moans, ,and there is 'very little live !
.'visitors ,Pere'are .numerous hotelsand The principal Industry 1n. this sees stiCk In the country Oa the other
West Palm Beach Florida
boarding houses principal among ilon Is the rowing of fruits and wIDer hsid. If It Is desired to engage la the ,

;- which is the,stately Hotel Royal Palm vegetables for the Northern markets cure tom. of citrus fruits, pineapples va- .
and the grand new Halcyon Ratl.*"* Tomatoes form the staple crop rums tropical or semi-tropical! fruits,

,Lsaooumenu in aixe grandeur and socoannodatlng but there are large quantities of other tbd growing of vegetables at the season .

: facilities vegetables grown,,such aa'tomatoes, of the year when all other part Oldest Bank in Dade County. ;;Organized n 1893

/The population_ cosmopolitan, era egg pmt p ppers.)eans ? eta The of;the country are la the grip of win- 1
i'; every, at&te'IA the Union furnishing Its planting season' extends front about tPFj this section otters decided advantages
:;< quota" of -representatives. An omdedrable October 1 to January 1C and the talk : over any other portion of the .
.;: foreign element U unknown. ot the shipments are sent North from tliiited States.. : Report of wndition March .I.15. 1906

CUMATB November until May although .
Writing .from personal experience, being practically no difference the the
f i pare'wIItte of china may be preffved -
, after visiting California and other sections seasons, seeds may. be planted or Vegetables e if washing blue be added occeflonally .
where 'climatic; conditions an gathered any day la the year to the water used for waibta Resources j .
;considered at their beat, we can unhesitatingly Vtgetablea are grown usually,oa the Its;. It '

U1.ghat Miami has the mostV prairie lands, which are' free from Loans and Discounts. . . . . . .$149,95861
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? perfect"winter"climate :in the United; timber and are composed of a kind* of She who bas need to keep a'door Overdrafts . . . . . . . 699f09

"r. States' Cold Is almost unknown, even marl. cfiHed which leads from one room to County and City Scrlp . . . . . 9,91526
the slightest! .,'frost being very rare. Fruits are,grown on pine lands, SJMrtber no longer gates deaparmgly at
a- The warmth of summer Is tempered which are slightly higher than the the unfriendly woodwork marring her Dade COunty:80nds. . . . . . 25,000,00

1- by1 the cooling breeses-from the Atlantic prairies, and la this section very rocky wall, nor hands hide It to by push a portiere aside. On for thecontrary Inquisitive Other Stock and;80nds. . . . . . 7 00

i:. -, and the highest temperature Tills rock 1s a peculiar coral formation she covers the door on one Banking House:and Fixtures .. . 12, 00
; recorded *>y the government thermometer containing a great deal of plant food .ile with a piece oj burlap with a lining _
.: .Jurloc. the.summer months is IS. as evidenced by the fact that la many of brown paper tacking the burlap .
HEALTH pUcea/trange and other trait trees are tfcjhtly round the'cracks between the Legal 'Reserve

"I'M'city ranks among 'the first lahe to be seen bearing thriftily, though: door &DcIlta support Then across tbelittle
alcove between the joints she In-
( United States la point ot health Apparently standing oa a' solid plate elms shelves for books and brlc-a-brae.' Due From Other Banks. . $80,84.50
There Is entire freedom from malaria, :at 'this rock Being of a porous orhoneycombed chap running silken curtains across J
claere'are tint Cash In Vaults. . .. . 25.67 27 106.51 77
and no "prevailing diseases. : structure the roots of often leering the books exposed to .

(. 'Those ailments which are'common to the trees are enabled to penetrate It f1,w. At the foot of' the now disguised Tot.I. . .. ., ,. ; .. 73
.all;yarns,of 'the country seem to be and draw ample sustenance from whatwould'appear doorway;abe may' place a:drop' piece r -I. .
&fancy burnt wood which openingoutward.portfoliotike ", e
here robbed In part of their to be a unpromising ,
power u very ; ,. bold photoprapha y' ." ,, LiebilitieiCapital .. : .
they usually appear'In a r mild form source. This reek by'the1 way, and prints nicely.' I

and rarely leave the'bad effects which makes a beautiful and durable building r4

t. 'Callow, In -'the 'wake, of like illstsiiM material and the new court house h.- Stock . . . . . . .$ 40. .00

:;. I elsewhere Scarlet fever and diphtheria and jail u well aa.several residences! AD fevers, simple severe and deadly Surplus and Profits . . . 10. ." 8,2437
that 'are met with In this country are
'are unknown in the built of, this atone
? while typhoid city are magely alike In their symptoms at Dividends Unpaid. . . . .. . . 2q.00
fever,Is rarely heard of. It Is a desirable much admired by all visitors. It also b outset hence, while feverishneaa '
.place,for those suffering from makes the finest road material la the Should e not;alarm. It may not be treated Deposits . . .. . . : . . . 246, '.

,long troubles, asthma, catarrh and world, and Dad county leads all others With Indifference la an eases the totsIiwing" Certified Checks Outstanding. . .!. . 81 li2
\ T ,smflar diseases which are prevalent la the State la mileage and condition simple procedures may :bet .
incolder climates Many persons affected of her highways. 0opted: Give the patient a tepid bath Total. . . . . . . 3O5,44.73 j
I tb. temperature of the water being .
.with these Ills have The fruit cultivated chiefly .
I- come here are
about CO degrees V. When the bath Is
r, and have been cared or greatly benentted. grapefruitoranges sad pineapples, )BbUbed and the patient dry give a Please examine this statement carefully j and compare it with'any'
df coarse, this is not the cue gnarls mangoes avocadopears>> an offer absolute protection against Oar nut
I la every instance People die here u lime are largely produced but being answer If the dose 1* proportioned to that can burglary. is
American Bank
: they do everywhere else No to the .. In mild CIthIa treatment wilt protected by the famous protection Co's Electrical
( Indigenous they thrive
country country Satisfy aU need Alaim System with prime daylight alarm in case of "hold _p." I Besides
ban yet been discovered where people with little or no 'cultivation Citrus we carry a large Burglary nsnrance Policy. I
ire Immune from death and disease tree ,will require from' three to five I '

' .t'e''' same:time, It may be truthfully years after planting to produce fruit. I A Lively' Tussle i r
"s Jd that the conditions tending Pineapples grow 'on a plant! -- We have installed a Savings! Department paying 4 per ixat.a oil depositson f
dtb that old enemy of the race Constipation
i' to general healthfulness are as favur- somewhat resembling the cactus and often ends In appendicitis. these accounts. :::: Write for a copy of, our Rules.and

f; able as In any section of the country which are propagated by setting slips 3"b avoid all serious trouble with stomfeh. tliti.uS

r and far. more so than la most ,or suckers, bear fruit la IS months liver and Bowels, take Dr. Kings .
ftew Life Pills. They perfectly -
a THE: CITS'8 FUTURE after planting la this section theyare regulate
L these organs pain orOUcomfort.
Miami possesses aQ modern convem-.. CroWD la the open there,being no 2Se at aU druggist
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