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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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," "VOL a. NO., 105 IttMBIWMt.tUItarl .. I1IAMI. I.ORIDA. TUESDAY APRIL 10, 1906. EN SLMIV i*=:- Price i 5 Cents


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j Easter Comes Next Sunday and The Merchant, \ ho Would Increase His Sale This Week Must Advertise His Goods and,(Wares.





f.," DESTRUCTION. OF- POMPAIIk' )HENRlcuy CARL JON( ,WIN- CHICAGO COAL MINE ..OPERATO B S I 1





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I Auto Beat Train I\ 1ARPONNOLED WERE GIVEN DAMAGES I I
s sAT
:
Beating an F. E. C. Railway passenger
train of two miles and a hall I Plaintiffs Successful .In''' County Court
MARKET (COLLAPSED THEIR MfETI TODAY
i In an automobile was.one of the feats, Trial Yesterday I I
accomplished yesterday afternoon by,
1m
a local enthusiast and driver of the I Yesterday afternoon the Jury tryIng -
: T I silent steed. The gentleman In quell, [R DESCRIBES FEARS HARM AT ZION the case of R. E. Watson TS r
tlon started to the depot with ,
al, he Florida East Coast Railway Co.

j-i From the Weight- of Ashes friend who on the was out-going to have been.train.a, passenger He- I damages plaintiff In$200 the, rendered sum of'ISO.a verdict tor With The Miners. ,CORK,

reached there Just as the conductor, The case of J. R. Hill TS. H. C. .a

f From I Vesuvius Burying yelled "all aboard' and the engine be-, Roome. assumpslt damages $250, was mittee-How They
gan to move away It was necessary How. the Games. Fish in the World And Not Return There Now-! then placed on trial. G. A. Worley
? I l|!for the friend to go north on that npreying: 'or plaintiff and R. R.
Many In i)I train but It seemed Impossible. Theyautolst \ Takes ilhe: Bait and Then Will go Into Courts to ,Reign Taylor for defendant. The trial Propose to Set-

thought a moment and then, I went over to this morning when a
f' The 'said: 'STa r. the matter with beating 'Gives the Man at the Other Zion City-Expects Possession : verdict In the sum of $90 was awarded -
Ruins it to Bueaa_Vista and catching It i I I i plaintiff. Counsel for defendantat tie Strike
there!". Thought was action and the]: End 4 of the Greatest Bat Tomorrow-Wil! Make a once gave notice of 'a motion for
\- race began. The auto won and when' I a new trial. ry
'r :the train pulled In at Buena Vista j ties of His Life.i Statement Tonight. The case of M. J. Yarborough 'TS.J .

,', I I the passenger was there waiting to I, D. Cobb. replevin, was taken U.P
t The Disaster Was Appalling and I Iiv board It. Score one for the auto. { .. I I'I next, \\". I. Metcalf representing the I Urge Also That Arbitration Coma -
I I 1 I plaintiff and George G. Currle and ,
Cries of Dying and Wounded The committee from the city counjcil I I I. iGeo I M. Robbins the defendant The I J mittee Constitute} a Board of
to which was referred the matter I i Henry Guy Carlton, the novelist Chicago,'April 10John Alexander case Is still on trial this afternoon.

Were Heart Rendering-Enor- of providing the police department :,ij, ho Is qtilte a tarpon fishing enthu..1 j Do*'ie arrived: in Chicago this morning ,I Conciliation With no Award i
with a patrol wagon. Is now hating '''l last and lexpert. writing to Captain and went to the Auditorium Annex Will Go Down Bay I
f Villi'lges a plan and design 0: the proposed Charles of this city thus Hotel Instead of going direct to
!I< mous Area of Buried vehicle drawn in order that the several I describes impson of one o* the Zion City. I i bv The Mr. steam and Mrs.yacht Henry Magnolia Belknap., 1I"11e.1 for Three Years- Fear of Coal :

wagon builders of the city can game can be thoroughly :I, It Is reported that a deputy sheriff which has not been in /""-1mllslonIhls ]
) in Ashes and Cinders Many bid on the construction It la proposed I appreciated by those who have enJoyed attempted to serve a legal document season, will go down to toe vicinity -I Shortage Jumps Pries SO ,

to have an enclosed wagon the I theSv xperience: I'I(|on Dowle, but one of Dowle's follow- o' Soldier Key this afternoon
Dead Bodies Found. enclosure to be a barred Iron cage,:' The bel bait for' tarpon is half a'; en pushed the officer aside and pre- ;sand take up anchorage for the next Cents a Ton at II ines.

3.5 covered with wood on the outside so mullet tied on to the hook with a I: vented the service at the hotel I IIIIx I or eight weeks, Mr. Belknap and
'- as to prevent observation of prisoners -, string. The fisherman may sometimes Dow Ie has started a fight to regain i I family remaining aboard and Indulging :
from the street. The vehicle win prefer other bait, which Is just as ;, his prestige in Zion City. It will be In short fishing expeditions from I
10A frightful disaster be strong and substantial In every good and, Nective on days when' the a legal contest. He said that be did their smaller auxiliary yacht They.
Naples,occurred April In the center o: this I' respect and will hold eight or ten pereons tarpon ar'e1! not blUnc..r I not think It wise to go Immediately have ben aboard the Magnolia all New York April lOj After five

city following the eruption of Vesuvius at a time. Marshal Hardee has 'The tarpon bites by taking the bait I i to Zioa City as he feared his enemies season at her berth up the Miami days waiting, during which time the
,,and It Is estimated that two hundred hopes the wagon will be in service in his mouth. This theory Is not had set a trap to do him bodily harm. :, river. anthracite coal operators had been
people were buried this moraine inside the next two or three weeD disputed fey advanced naturalists. He I He said he would make a statement (I considering the proposition of the mln-.
then swab w. It, closes his eyes fora of his plans tonight after consulting I
la the ruins of the market building I era to arbitrate the difference, tie
when the roof, collapsed under theweight few moinents In meditation, and proceeds his legal advisors. He expects to i NEED RECRUITS(
o: cinders from the volcano; KEY WEST NEWS to igove oIL At this juncture take legal possession ot Zion City I committees of mine owners and employers .
,The number of cansualtles howeverAre the careful angler will 'wake up. tomorrow. are meeting this afternoon.

: unknown and the fatalities prob- To strike the tarpon properly, wait 1 I It 1s believed the operators will disclaim ;
until he'has about SPECIAL TRAIN WRECKED FOR THE NAVYI
;Utmatlc,' Sixteen dead bodies nan ANDNOTES proceeded fifty feet the proposition jo arbitrate and
10 when raisins the rod and tightening IN WEST VIRGINIA .
been taken from the ruins at
the line, Cumberland, Md.: 10() offer a counter proposition. It 11belle..d
will
o'clock and 176 Injured 'are' at the a strong triple yank April A special I
hospital. I set the hook firmly and the tarpon train on the West Virginia Central J I by the committees of both
I
.7H e disaster Is.appalling. The will show:j his sudden interest by a Railroad was"wrecked near here today I I the miners and operators that a settlement
'' six hundred, feet jump of seven ,feet for fresh air.. At the engine going over an embankment of the trouble will be reached
square court yard, the space coven'within: usually,being (EVENTS OF GENERAL AND LOCAL this moment a kick and a few well. and killing Engineer Martin :I NEEDS FIVE THOUSAND without a prolonged (strike.
t chosen words will arouse the nigger and Fireman Harrison. The train Later At the conference this afternoon
crowded with buyers, and the accident MEN SECRETARY OP NAVY
happening'wheu.tade.was the "I INTERE8T.PER8ONAL AND OTHERWISE wuo will*elgh anchor The anchor was going to the relief of a passenger :t I I the operators presented a
busiest of the Jay. {must be[weighed at once, or the tarpon train. that had been caught behind BONAPARTE IS NOW GIVING. counter proposition for' arbitration
and TRANSPIRING IN THE will jifever be. a landslide. I and tirced that the j arbitration> be
:., Elbe .collapse came suddenly' I MAn-ER
A tarpon's first desire THE ATTENTION limited to d constitute aboard
finding
: with terrific on
;1i"; without warning and a, ISLAND CITY'I conclliatlonj
crash the roof fen In and shrieks of I' that hlsjnnnk of mullet contains a times a"st ngaree, or a devil fish, or of ] They also
agony rent the air., I gift with|a string tied to It, U to a case of delirium tremens with fins. I -- : urged' that thenot! any new
.Terrtfytilg news reached the city bite a ,hole, in the sky and then to An angler may start out in the morn- I award of the commission before three
this morning from points around Ot- visit Brail) ot.Iceland and arrive thatday. i i ling with perfectly honorable intentions I II years.
This excursion must be promptly to''fasten but I Washington April 10 Secretary
tojana 'which Indicate that ,an enormous Metropolis Bureau ; nothing tarpon,
area vf that place lies burled.beneath Key ,.Westj April310.4. 11 dlscoutagedjby pressure on, thej I and .acquire ''during the day only a i Bonaparte is turning his attentiont COAL JUMPS UP
ashes and cinders. Tao present T'Mrs.. J. W. H: Taylor entertained line and=fcn Industrious combinationof large assortment of largeslze.It'bat 't to the subject of naval recruiting. He AT ILLINOIS MINES
disaster Is regarded j sait];repetition Saturday evening In honor2of J Miss,' nlgge|had oars, or the angler will, 111tS'and then lose his rod, reel line believes there is not enough activityIn
of, catastrophe to Pompeii and f, Gould daughter of Capt.' Gould of! lose an< |salvatlon simultaneously. and soul on some ,unknown variety I that direction, basing,bls opinion Chicago, April 10 t The price of
Hcrcnlanenm. excepting that the loss the schooner Scrathgond. I I Faillnflo: reach Queenstown or Rio, imbmarlnai.Insanity! ; of which his !I Ion the fact that the service lacks somefie coal at the mines th oughont Illinois

of:life;is less, 'I The officers or,the U. S. Coast I Janeiro,!the tarpon again takes a only recollection is! a bite, a whiz, and. thousand men of the authorized) Jumped yesterday frpm, a dollar to
hurried toe: w of the and I numerical strength. a dollar and a halt. The reason glTIs -
?All'effortto ascertain the exact vey steamer B cief entertained I scenery starts :a sense of goneness forever
; I
number of victims .to the eruptions!lady friends aboard the ship last sar-I: or Asptewall. changes hlr,tmlno, A year ago I took one hundred and He thinks It is Impossible to obtain en by the mine owners a growingshortage .
of.Vesuvius j j Bo far have failed. This i!{ day afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock.Mr. t It through flour bond-springs, heaJfar entyfee\en! dollars' worth of tackle, >!. this number of men who are now lacking 1 j apprehension that a Is

IsJ on..account of the ,fac. that the t John: Messina, who has been('!New tOziaans, 'exhibits himself once including a thumbstall worth thirty and in addition, to get the three i ithou.md j: threatened.
'bKTleif.tillages are Inaccessible and .111 for the past three weeks,,is still In moret} tild-afr/mAkes a 'kt!(orHavanaaxul cents, to Jupiter Inlet for a few days i by which it Is proposed tincrease
the enlisted force. MrJJonaparte's I I )
the people are scattered In the"sur- '' a serious condition. !i tbt>jetting.warmed' up tarpon fishing In four hours I caught of Returned Down Coast
criticism the is
.countr ...i!| pr.,H.wkes, of the U.,.S., coast suriVy '' proceedsxio how-what he can.really nineteen pieces of attractive bric-a- 1: system ,I Meiers Douglass ; ohnson.Winiamsbad
> 'lnetyn'.tadies'bavebeen' foun4ii steamer! Bache: has received orders do. AhewilJering'series of complicatedjcrojutlons brac, some with stings, some with that the effort to canvass the country I and Fennimore who been;dcnra
forty-nine at'Sangnlseppe; twenty at1Ttrselgno 1. to report for duty In Alaska. Dr.,j follows for two hotirs ,w rtB-.8TOie'' with horns and legs and |, or enough recruits has not been suf 1 I the coast on'a ten d 4s' tarpon cruise
'and twe!ity.eyefl] at'XXtof, I'{De fpreewlll succeed Dr:..Hawkes oni I at the end' of which time he Is' iong.f with types o' blauty'wblch provedthattherishould has fjcientlj systematic and thorough. He :,; aboard the anxlllar; yacht 5 vale
Aside the of recruiti
plan employing as
: a a,>the nigger iktll'ully knocks have I who '
jano.. Ithe, Bache. ,* { been sandbagged t and came up tomomin the city Sunday
I II : officers of the retired officewho
later -The wind suddenly changed The friends of, Mrs. Mary Mottage{!him offphe book .1r tb the gaff, and when they were born and thena I i ink: some i ; for smnplles! and man.return-

this afternoon, blowing strongly toward I will be pleased to. know she Is convalescing 1 Fthe If proll4and-bappy} angler ,returns\ twelve-foot something with a violent I'I'ncthc are duty anxious and who to be could assigned;perforn tc I ed again yesterday,ai ernoon and wlu
Naples and ashes began falling : 'rom a serious spell of sick Ito theUcttel to cuss.1Sometjtnes desire to go round the worldIn rellW {I make a mroe lengtt stay than be-
; again over the city. \The; nigh wind a tarpon turns out to be sixty days laid hold and borrowedall this work and so active offl : fore. I. .
also makes breathing hard. i ness.Mr.. Fred. S. Morse* of':Miami'who I 11 fourteen'foot'.hark.'wbo:} makes a of my tackle but the thumbstatt cers,"whose! Cervices, are greatly needled

,- IIID. the city on business.:U out again hee-linegjor Patlgonla' ,. 7, ) J.i after several days' Illness., _, timdlwfth feurodollars'worth of If the few little precepts I hate given! : Secretary desires to have leg ABOARD OF BADE
:.I.tl\ least for ir
authority at
B. SAUNDERS' Mrs. Dexter Dorgan, who left the line and:Iwenty-one'dollars' Worth of can be of use to the young anglers
.i 't creasing the enlisted force whethei
city some weeks ago for the northto language;trailingafter him. -.10 will read them. I shall be glad.
recuperate her health 11'111'IaU for Sometimes.. he is a Jew1sh.some- They have been of no use to me.DEDSOFCONVEYANCE or not there U a definite approprlatloi
for the additional men. He does no DISCUSSED TAXES
RAGE Europe*on the 35th. and willsspens to lower the standard of
OUT OF : ', propose
the summer abroad. ** ?ttll 'fiLED. crultlng in any way, but rather ri ,
Mrs. J. G. Saxelby arrived from
,
make greater effort to get & |
'
:. ) Miami last Wednesday night on a visitto I
The situation is sufficiently serioushe
relatives and friends..Ii t i ,
believes
: I -'; to require some specia
j ;Warriaty deed 'J 'A McDonald application of activity by1: A fairly well attended meeting othe
'" : Waranty deed Geo. G. Currie to I : recruiting
a Hutson B, Bannders, Jr.. of FIVE ,STORY' BUILDING. and 1I'lt e; and J. B. Reply and,wife :'Marie I Brown for $1 and other : parties Board of Trade lash:was held at the
PITTSBURQPUtsbnrg.
COLLAPSED IN council chamber
Rest Palm Beach, one of the several to Andrew Sledd for $1 and other con siderations lot 7, block 16. West night In the
April 10.Three floors IlderaU ., SO In COD-I(Will Tow Extension absence of W. W. 'rout. president
candidates for the office of clerk"ol acres section,15, tp Beach Barges
of a five story building here collapsed and E. V. Blackmon,
t' circuit 53, .8OUu., range 41"east : Deed, F. E. C. Railway Co. to S. I The tug !Sybil! of the r. E. C. Railway secretary B.
'
In the down number of .
the court, approachingp4mary today bringing a : Hj;::stcn, rs: vltc-prealdent. pre-
(: Satisfaction of mortgage,, L. S. Perkins for $90, lot 9, block 19CIow'saddition I extension fleet will leave today
workmen In the ruins. At noon our sided while G: D. Brossler, acted
>. has withdrawn from the contest aa
.
Johnson to Elizabeth G. Dora and but to West Palm Beach. or tomorrow for Jacksonville for the
two men bad been taken out and they secretary of the meeting
'. et f A.vThis were not seriously burL It Is believed band g -- Mortgage deed 8. V. Perkins et :. purpose of towing from there to Mos The better part of j the evening was
will..prove vaj j surprise.to)tie that five men and a team of horses Mortgage deed. Mary M. Wtoodson ux tq Mrs. Mary Hone for $115. lot quito Inlet the several large bargesnow spent In discussing matters the board

many friends of Mr.Saunders thronghosk are.:..stlU ,lathe. .rolna and husband, to Henry S: Montgom 9.Palm: block 19, Clow's addition to West : being built for extension operations desires to take up In the rntmre.and
: Beach In the At
the county and puts somewhat eryo11300' three-+guartea of *nacre keys. Mosqujto he taxation of the city, the foUowlnc
Merchants Meeting Tonight "" Jn>sectton 23, tp. 53, south, rang Warranty deed Orson C. Wells to Inlet they will be met by the tog L.L resolution relative to the latter being
ot{ a new a pJwe.On" ,situation;for The Merchants ,Association will 41 ,..ra : E. N. Dimlck and J. H, Owens for H. Pelton, brought Inside the bar and Introduced by 1It J. W. homer
that office. Mr. Saunders was con.soldered 5.000 eighty acres In section 7, then towed south to Miami via the
tp.
meet tonight at the office of John .B Warranty deed Clotflda Ferguson "Be It Resolved That the presidentof
one of,the strong men la,the Rellly for the purpose of taking up and husband to Chas Delaney for 111 i 40, south range 39 east Inside route. There are fifteen or the Board,of Trade appoint a committee
I
of these
several cornered contest but for per the matter of early evening closings and,other considerations lot 8, Bill of sale Harlan W. Brush to twenty barges building at of' six to wait upon the board
Jacksonville It will
several
and take
saaa! reasons has decided to withdarw and to read and discuss a communication 40 Ydw.'s, Homestead Tropical Sun Publishing Co. for $1 weeks.to get them here If of county commissioners for the purpose
his from the State'' Credit Men's Warranty deed, Clotilda Ferguson and other considerations, the newspaper all" even they of having the taxes reduced from
candidacy Association. The meeting, Is called and husband to J. C. Gifford for |70 property with type stockpress- are ready for the trip. This towIng that of the year 1905."
I
TheM reasons are belt set forth In for S o'clock and all members are lot 7, dock 40, Frew's Homestead.Deed es, office safe and furniture. heretofore has been done by the Upon' motion of Mr., T. V. Moore,

\ the following communication from urged to be present ," .;Model Land Co., to John L. Warranty deed Henry Maddockand tug DanntleM.to Miami br she the Coming outside all ront4.Sawyer the11I'.y the resolution was amended so as to
Mr. Saunders addressed to'the editor Grier tyf 1200, west halT lot 10, block wife to Fred C. Miller for $1. make the committee} three instead of
of the Metropolis: ("Weeded and Parted" U the name 34. West Palm Beach. I|I I lot 9, ne one fourth section 30 tp. Ills, and that It confer also with the
"As stated through the press.when of the play that will be produced at Quit Maim deed, Thos. P.. McKenna ,,I 52, south, range 42 east. John H. Sawyer and Albeit I city council relative Ito.the same mat-

:. announced myself as a' candidate the' auditorium April 1>. for the benefit to i| P. McKenna for $1 various i i Notice o' lien J. Hourihan and J. Phlppg to Elizabeth Phipps Hunter |tierA
,!,..;,'. for the office of clerk of the circuit of the Ladles' Afternoon Club library I I lands ln' section 2 and 3, tp.. 43 south, M. W. Garrett partners to Jerome three tracts of land In sections 33 and > lengthy and interesting discussion
court. I did so on my own motion and The play will be under the I range 43'east. I|I IT. Gratlgny and W. C. DeGarmo 34, tp 53 south range 41 east, aggrt-1'I followed the I. Metcalf.'d .
without solicitation. direction of :Mr. W. S. James, who I Bill pof sale, J. H. Davidson to $1S ,for material and labor. gating 12 acres more or less. j j attorney for the of county content
Hating since consulted with ,my has secured such a pleasant success Daniel< Finley for |1. all furnishings, Warranty Deed, B, E. Morrow {o missioners, was pre and address-
friends and having observed the developments In producing amateur theatricals In furniture, fixtures, chinaware tableware I I Notice of lien, H. F. Scruggs and I II I Anne Olive Erwin for $300:: five acres,led, the meeting fel five to county

." In the clerk's race, I have this city Mr. James has secured an iflver ware plaster ware cutlery I R. B. Gilbert, partners to JeromeT. In section 20, tp. 54, south, range 4l .taxes, he expresslc ; the belief that
decided to withdraw as a candidate excellent cast and says that "Weddedand bedding, linen blankets, pillows, Gratlgny and W. C. DeGarmo, eastWarranty I all conditions necessary for an In-
for reasons that should be apparent" 'Parted" will be one of the best towels .table linen, napkins, kitchen i $3S5 85 for labor and material. dined Bank of Bay Bisraj ;' Teased taxation to idIi' been met by
e The withdrawal. of )!r.' Saunders plan ever produced here. It is a I nten. li| ) plants, ornaments or anything -; Notice of lien M. J, Ryan to- Jerome -! ne to C. G. TOll ey for $S aid ,I the presentductlon ttSleSlm nt, and that a re-
t from the contest,,leaves the same between beautiful melodrama in four acts and I ese} now In the Iroquois Hotel, I' T. Gratlgnj and W. C. DeGar other considerations, lots 49 and 'tO, :: would be i ode nest year.
'i Messrs. E.' H. Dimlck. F. W one :yiat will move an audience first ,12ih: tit eet. Miami I! mo. $243.95:! for material. I Cocoanut Grove 1 I j I The rules were 11 IVEd and the following -

Hahn. .Z. T. Merritt S., 0, ,FItts to tears and then to laughter. Specialties -I Warranty deed Thomas W. Brown, Notice of lien, M. D. and R. S. Deed Dade, County Title Insurance persons dec ed to membership
t and J. Frank Jandon; all of whom will be introduced between the et ux jtg George G. Currie for nand Wilson partners to Jerome T. Gratis i and Trust Company to H. Dale Miller J. C. Keller, J. MXimanles Townley. C. L_
: are waging an Industrious campaign acts and Wheeler's orchestra will furnish other considerations, lot 7, block 16, ny, $178.32, for labor and materIaL for 11,500. lots 15 and 16, block 1 and Verc in Price-Williams
fit' and feeling certain of success.., the music.. West Palm Beach. Deed Lawrence C. Phlpp, Fannie 106. Miami i ',for which the .nutting adjourned.
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TWO THa ,dAILY MIAMI MrTROEOUt' TUESDAY APRIL 10, 1101 1i 1-

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i The Daily Miami Metropolis


i,. 'i. B. TATUM PRESIDENT. S. BOBO:DEAN su.-Trix.a
';, THE .MIAMI PRINTING"COMPANY .. he
It !I Grandest Clearance Sale
1 t The most Southern. newspaper published. on the mainland of the U. S. I I i f

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY: I ,.,.
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I:; OB year by man- .CIECILAT10N 15.00X.hree RATES month II.%!I! I i

'F":' Hx--- months ... 2.SO One' weekfi by carrier I In the History of Miami

r-I: .- Advertising; Rates made known on application. I

if' TELEPHONE 7ft. OFFICE! : METROPOLIS BUILDING .
{;<, 412 and 434 Twelfth Str tt. Opposite the Court Houae *** i i 4''
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,,, .TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1101i k Thousands of dollars worth of goods to be sacrificed in order to reduce our Immense 1.

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:jt.: ? In nything will sell if you will make the price low enough and in this
original
r I ft .The Valdosta Times, one of the best and most papers sale we. offer :
preaches this sermon to boys and young men, that shorld
southeast Georgia
If be published by every paper In the State, for In Its remotest parts there are t absurdly low prices the best class of goods. Goods of national reputation and, r

subjects that It might and should do good: I
: "Do you feel, young fellow that you have a bard time! Yaur hours are takers most every one know to be the best. All merchants hate to sell] hoods at
t- ."long. Your task is hardand the wages small. The contents of your weekly
pay envelope will scarcely carry you over the week. Sometimes you must deal I sale but in order to reduce stock and turn goods into cash I this has to done "
wear patched trousers or a frayed coat. Your employer expects a great jbe
fellows dress well and have plenty of money. They have rjccasionly. Our stock is '
coddling from yoOther fathers anj mothers, while you toll six Jays a week to make a living larger and better than ever, and in ,[order to reduce stock

"Never at home.mind You, young are getting man You experience are ahead that of he the must boy get who somehow has every later luxury : as quickly as possible the prices have been cut MUCH LOV' ER than ever before ,

on. Because, sooner or later, he must fight the real battle of life himself.i{
And you havo the advantage. While life has been made easy for him fa-
I lacks drill and discipline which every life-soldier must go through.x""' :
ua are preparing yourself. He may go In without preparation and fall. you lifted Benjamin and Snellen- Paragon & Blooms Mens Pants
""Work Is a great blessing. You can not see now, but some day
S will say that you were fortunate In your boyhood Jays because you were compelled berg {Clothing} / .
to work. Because you can notget power to do things save by Joing 11- These pants are the absolute best in the
them. Look over the successful men you know. Get their history. Nearly \vo of the most famous makes in the U. world' and no tailor i could give 'f\ [
every one'was compelled work in bo 'boo.I. They 'toughened their museY to Every guaranteed }'ou a better | fit or weares M

lea by hard work and sharpened thelrbrains by looking out for themselves.. |s to style suit t or wear .$14 I 90 8.00.. 7 po oo pants for. f4.*' */,
wins. T< an16 j
;; succeed"Work In anything makes men.one must Luck overcome usually fails.obstacles.Pluck nearly Force and always fibre: are built j.00. 20.00', 18.00 suit? The very for business Good .;,

:; by hardships. Grit Is as necessary'In the making of a man as gumption. Such as imported worsted, fancy flannels 1 fast
Hardships are not always handicaps. Often they are helps You will understand urges, broad cloths, etc. C\f\ 5 00, 4 50 aijd four dollar $3 45
this better In twenty years. Meantime! permit"one; who has lived "JQ.oo.,'ir 1- oo' and fourteen $11 Mil pants for_ . . . . !
that twenty. years and more to advise you in this." itsfor..j . . V and .i
\ 3 50 3 oo pants for 2 95
': flL Tt1. Tjhese are finely made and the very thirg Fully two hu dred patterns $$2.95 ..

,.. A CRUSADE AGAINST For business wear. Not such ffff\ to select from, for. . . '
'- -- l 1250.1000 :M\ Mil .
:' It is crati'ylng to note that the matter of sanitation and cleanliness Is tquan0otitysuleft.its for ". . .>J/\/.*/w ,Boys'pants "[divided; our entire; stockz'C .
-: becoming a much discussed question throughout the country: and especially t, J ,
.IB the South and an epidemic of clean streets and clean' preinl.e !'l.e few men's suits. These Q/ into 3 prices 60c 90c and""$1.20 ;
? gill be sold in order to closeI 90 "
now on. . ... . .I ATti .20' !! }
e 7. Yesterday's. press dispatches told of a meeting called by the citizens of ,M' ;" i. per cent disc on all 1 t bojs clothing
Cincinnati to consider the question of street cleaning and Improvement and = i t
.'also: that the,school'teachers and chlfdren would take a hand: In the crusade e i' r

against filth. Such movement Is commendable and if It becomes general and 'Shoes Shoes Our biggest! stock isin shoe de art I l
F .U pursued rigorously there must necessarily be a great improvement not only our : Shoes Shoes
i la the sanitation r; but the health of every city! and place where It prevails.! g: "* ment and we have been known in ,Miami -
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lathe smaller cities the women and children are combining In organizations : *
under various names,but all having a* their object perfect sanitation, g to carry not only the largest stock but the Z T I *'
I" the cleaning of premises, planting of trees and the Improvement of streets, Shoes Shoes best ,;
wearers and BEST fitters in the Shoes Shoes
r:; -and much effective work: Is being done. The Metropolis has frequently called &r city. :
t-- ,the attention of the citizens of Miami to the necessity of these Improvementsand l- J
f urged the better and cleaner condition of the city. Miami Is no a dirty
city;In fact it is much cleaner and ,,far healthier than many places in the
State, bat there la"room'for Improvement /alk-Ovcr, Packards, Edwin Oapp r Krippcndorf, Ladies
: Miami growing; developing faster than any other place In the South. and Keith's I '
I ud on that account It la Impossible for the city to keep abreast of the advancement i, Shoes I Shoes .e ::
: Therefore It would be a most commendable act for the citizens and other makes : "
:_ :everyooe'of.whom nave"or should have the Interest la the town to folio 2E. V """ of Ed.wIn. CIa p Krippe ndorf ladies' shoes,, an.excellent
1U object and Walk Over Packard's and Keith' and famous $6 and .1& assortment to choose from.
the example of other places and organize a body having u purpose 5145
clean, dty.- a 3 Other makes Shoes noted aa $7 shoes at....$J.OJ Worth $3.00 and 3.50 at....li...
healthy and Improved
a perfectly
z, )r:x 50 and $4.00 sellers to go at..$2.95_. ? A few Ladies' High Shoe, QC
A long and.,tedious.summer U before na and we can not be too clean L" n' .. worth;{,250 and 3.00 for.....4.) ...$1'. J ,
either la ,and It the people win not ret together collectively : eiBifc line of men's shoesto dose Clapp shoes are acted Die line of ladies white ox '
I let every person one or Individually property make himself or herself the promise and fulfill toit, ..................!..........$195. .<. j ;" 'quality for style and and wearing cost f,rd* to close at'$1.35. .,$2.45. at:..$2.95. .
Si
they
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t It that they wm do an they cam towards maintaining dean' premises and. improving '" j a (I" .more to make in the factory All f shoes .not on sale :
and beauU-'ylng their property. than other shoe ; .
. : ,; Children's .Shoes .and. in United any States I' ,
It la the little things that count and the matter of sanitation la one of r.o to-day and. on .shelves o go at :
;' the least that can be considered maintaining the beat and apearaace of I Oxfords'. ,Diamond-brand fire dollar :;
a city, besides It 1* a duty you owe yourself a* one of the superior creations t shoes to {oBit I J
; 5t 95C'X25 fo,............_$3.95 ?
eC aa'Almighty Ruler. Let the crusade start and It will soon become a for $1.00 and $1.25 shoes ; 1.O. a
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; pleasure rather than a task: and the result will be only too evident now and j :
; la'the year to come. : -, for $1.40, $1.50, $L60 shce.|.25 'EM tl 1M.e III ell .'

,)t't.. ,", $2.25 shoes.45, | I .1 s feather*width MlII *-- per cent discount. .

If the legal fraternity of the State can carry the day, Hon. OIL B. Park- j' t
hill of Pensacola, Justice of the Supreme Court will be elected by an unanimous

vote. .ParkhllTs'alright' .,tMensShirts' niir' Trunks and suitcases Men's Hats !

W '"Man a tool-using animal," and In business the "e4&e.1.1oo'," '
wu ever John B. Stetso and Knox
1\,00<' men's fine shirts In assorted
-' publicity, 1* the most useful one-ai It U sometimes the most dangerous for \: J' 5 and 6 '
:. :clumsy people,to handle._ patterns, mostly Man- to close at..hi..4.35
-. ... :)attan, and Royal Palm, are Uo.OO trunks and salt cues for I1JJS i
"_,: '"Light"grin.make heavy. purses; for light gain come often, great one I udrth 2.00 and 2.50 I AK f': f,Al J18.00 trunks and salt eases for 11140 Young Bros. 3.Qo and 3.50 4
but BOW and then."" This'is the philosophy-upon which bargain sales are Closing. price . .. I I T'V F4 114.% trunks and suit cases for H.60 felt hats at this

f baaed; but It would be a useless mercantile proverb If It were not for adver I pig Line of Majestic Shirts IJ UO.OO trunks and suit cases'for 57ffor. . . .2 85at
Sc
tising. 11.00 trunks and suit cases for $140
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lb close out I I A&t 15.00 trunks and suit cases for ftJS straw ts
. ... . . I.' U 13.60 trunks and suit eases for $t 0 2O per cent i
JLa'echo of the selge of Port Arthur Is this,little story. Gen. Noel was idcoUQf'
.about to send a regiment to certain death against! ,103 Metre Hill. He said '
to 1U colonel:'" our regiment I* the first In an this world! The colonel 3weet-0rr and Railroad Overalls worth 75 cents Boys' shirt shir
.60G waboy
gravely replied:""General It will be the first In the other." That was a remark ; :. . s, boys
worthy to be preserved. '* '
washable l
: IScriyen Elastic-Seam drawers worth seventy-five 60G suits

gents for. . . . . . . . . to at 20
President Roosevelt it Is said, will soon send a special message to Congress !>. Only three of the above to one customer go per cent discountOur :
on the subject of the prosecution the beef packer He will con.
,cede there U no way of getting the case before the Supreme Court and
will ask for legislation upon the subject It is said that he will put. Judge f stock is so large that we cannot in this space give prices on all goods. I We ask that'yo i give us a

.Humphrey on grill. ,. I call before buying as we guarantee to. save you, many dollars .in your purchase

CASH and CASH ONLY goes at these prices .'
Some of the people of DeSoto county are agltatlngVdlTlsIon of the coun- ;
ty while the Champion 1* vigorously fighting\ the measure and In Its last!1 ;
Issue recites figures Ho show the expense such an act would cost the people. I
The champion Is right, Why any.county la the State should be divided Is
above the comprehension of reasonable persons.If Romf

Anthooy= Company
-:U the editors in the State with the Legislative bee In their bonnets l kthe
? could fci elected to such office It would be necessary import a few sufferIng f
scribes! from'elsewhere to tin their sanctums. The editor of the Metropolis f I
don want a political office of -
any Und. He |i8 contented to stay at
-' home. and continue to give. to the people of,Miami and Dade county one o.. the 228-230 TWELFTH STREET : : : MIAMI FLJORIDAI ;
best paper.published In the State. Tallahassee is dry now, anyway. I Ife. .
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1 .:*M ;:! NfTta; Collector.? : > I ,

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''fu h L Political mate forfthe offlee of tax collector ,
it Dade county subject to the action
'professions ,if the Democratic primary. :

f Thomas.._Hardee-,. ,
Announcements M .,"... ;) .. ,J. i :

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To tne voters of Dade'County. : :
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AaaoaacenMiu seder this beadles I hereby/announce myself as a can- '
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Pftttlw021 t9aEra sa,. will be iMerud nnUt after the Democratic lldate fore tenomutton to the offlee \ :
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Pnmarie la the Daily Metropolu -
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. for S10.00; Weekly MetiupolU. $5.00. jf Count,;Tax Collector subject to ]
or is both the Daily 'and Weekly Metro90li ;he action)bf the Democratic Primary
mn......... staaea.el.b see Fps.u (. I" --tw.aaa1aIaaM4.--.. .
OaaUer.
twlll T. K.
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER d

t K. SKTXOtTK .. r. ATKTKSOX For I hereby HjFlfth announce District my candidacy foi Wearing the -.tOqlouria t !]
Representative
Seymour&'AtkinsottAttorneys I hereby announce" my candidacy reoomtnatlon to the office of County. ..
tor the position ot RepresentattTe i Commissioner, subject to the action old Derby ,
; I J and rom Dade County. To you I sub- of the Democratic' primary and to- : or It's Summer''t' J

r r..I.T- Counselors At Law. jilt the Question ot my qualification licit the .support< of my Democratic

ii i trial attention to eWl practice la all courts, to represent yon la that capacity.. U friends ?,,, S. 0. TweedeU. Soft Hat'yct' 'StrawHat.St .aw ) 1
,-' Stan amt federal nominated at the Democratic primaryand j -
Rooms 5,6,7,Frisaell Bldg.,Miami elected at the general election I AUNTY :
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,, than devote my best effort:to roar FOR COMMISSIONER !
errlce and toe welfare and opbundme District No. ITo ? Taine:1

6. A. Worley of:Dade county. shall receive ayaarnest the Voters of Dade County:
consideration. I h.re*'annouce myself aa a candidate .
Re eetfallT. fo*for-'reoomlnaUon to the office
Attorney 1 af Law i. W. Watson. of CounS Commissioner u District f

t 310)j, Twelfth SG. Miami, Florida Demo to the action of the >

k : the People For RepresentativeTo of Dade County: held Musk 15th.primary 110*. election to be You're losing'money in either cjase. You'll .J

f Geo. M. Robbins At the request ot friends and with f4 T. A. Wlafleld.COMMISSIONER .
Tttuavale.Fla.Attorney a desire to serve you la the State Let' /ciA buy a new one sooner or later, and the
Mature, I announce myself a candl
/ and Counselor date for this office subject to the Dem' fi District No. 3 '. sooner you buy the more you'll get out of itWcvc ..

1. At Law acratlc primary to be held la May. To the Democratic Voters of Dade J
l: Wm jractk U an Coa .. Staw aad Fxltra. I respectfully: solicit the support 01 County/
the people o; Dade "county any It I take lhls method o* announcingmy
/ elected. I will faithfully and Impartial candidacy for the office of county i

rf.f. Hudson & ly: discharge the duties of the office, commissioner from District No. 3, sub
Boggs and will do all In my power for your ject to this action of the Democratic .
best Interest and welfare. I trust to primary. Qn account of'being engaged ( kind'that'
| Attomeyat'.La\v bare the pleasure of meeting the rot In re !! able growing It will be 1m Every Good

i Townler Building, Miami, Florida ers at an early: date and discuss all possible for me to make a personal
public questions and define fully my canvass lAf the county, my crop dernandlngftmy t r

t? P. '1'. sxieos..."x. D;' position recognize In reference the fact thereto.I that. a public I time. Tjili:being attention the case Just I earnestlyurge at this 75c to $3.50 or up to the Panamas, to '$7.50Don't 'j

.b t office Is (\a public trust, and should< I alljinr: friends to do what they; I, .
omo. wtta a.4 Ctou niarma T. yon honor me with your rote I will can In tia| behalf. R. L. WalLFOR t
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: .b"14t1111trwt confidence and believe there another such
highly appreciate your i' > s showing o
con cAT*- C will be loyal to your Interest. [COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I' MIAMI., fLOBIDA.pi Respectfully P 5th District I choice straws to be found..all new anc nobby block.

O. A. Worley.For .
Mr. Klir| Munroe.of Cocoanut Grove i
If J. M. JACXson, County Clerk having ,been unanimously: nominated;I .
'for COU!i7 commissioner by: a mass
If ,omc:, 1 With full appreciation of the high .
meetlnt/pf citizens, we hereby announce
honors asked for and'promising faithful ..
s.eLorL BiaCATMK BLOCK ATX.0KLUO "
l Is candidacy subject to toe :
i jDR. performance of duties If elected I action ojjthe Democratic primary. Mr. I :,.
FLORIDA. ( \
hare the honor to announce myself a

'. candidate for the office of Clerk ot the county Mnnroe:tor;has more been than a resident t..eat'ean of Dade, W d' : :
Circuit Court of Dade County and ask R Rh
during jolch time he has shown an
.W.B..RUSH"; for your rote. in.the primary of Hay f ;
15th. J. F. Jaodoa. unflagging zeal In the cause of food
'., OOoe m-itta street, ?boss it. J roads lad has steadfastly promoted
i4scldai.;506 tUI 81- erery. worthy!' Interest of our great .
t' For Clerk of the Circuit Court I'
county. Therefore we:uk for hln.
,_ J LPLl. i II hereby announce myself u a candidate

3 the hearty support of all good citizens Clothier Furnisher DealerDon't ,;
and/Shoe
"- for Clerk of the Circuit Court. ,
at the JBomlng primary. ,;, .. .

t J, D. F.J'M lleft'M.lt;: : subject primary.to the Raison action B.of SauaJers'tat Democratic Jr.West < (Signed P&{? ) W.Geo.B. J.S.Richardson Shone Potter., f g8tlIe; Number 322 'Twelfth/ I Street- Miami Florida '. 1;

I' Offlce:Booms S aad 4 Palm Beach Via Lj Committee. ; I : .

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Hoar 10 a. m. to 11 m. t so.p.." '* For County Clerk FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1'-; -" :Bendenoe 816 Arenne U take'this method announcing P! Second District I 'r... .
myself as a candidate for the office
of Clerk of Court for Dade County To theat'oterrs of Dade County: I I L !
FRED BUTTER.Dtinera1 subject to the action of the Democratic Thereby announce myself as a candidate

: primary. ..... -- F.:!!._Haha. for nomination to the offlee of I if
county mmlssloner in District No. S,

f Contractor.. For CUr% of the Circuit Court' subject;to the action of the Democratic Matting4ui Heat ors
Oratflnr.W Primary Election to be'held May :
,. 8hWUn.? To, the Democn'Ic Voters of Dade
1106. Geo. B. Baker.
-.. .: .. Sidewalk County:.., ?., _. 15th tl
: name' 'the
I hereby present"my to FOR&COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict ems" -

W. C.' Mkyriard;: voters as In the candidate coming for Democratic clerk of primary the- PS; No. 4 ,
The # endl.of A. Lee Allen desire and Furniture 1
circuit court-tor Dade county.; ; "' ,
GRADUATE OPTICIAN Having resided Aer,'for. twenty-Urn to plaai his name before the voters "
,. of Dad :;County for the once of County ./ "
With Maynard- .' .Son.. .Jeweler.. years I larite Inquiry and .InrestlgvUon Commissioner subject to the action I I :
of those who do not know me pervenally :
; 'AnMD, .N rt to Port OSc e: of the; Democratlc primary election I
aa to reputation as a citthen
my r 'ore as an official la years to be field.May 1C. 1906. Will be Sold at .I Reduced 'Price )' for thirty daysAvenue j

i t (i EO. ., ;KcDONALIMEsglutr > past ao4:Btaeae-anV-ooiLpeteaoy ..
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FO&.COUNTY '
: for. the office .which I aspire. COMMISSIONER. ,. '. --' I', ,, !... :; l :
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District No. 4
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If elected I }/romlle'fair and court '
r fit's.t; ad a.bdlvldlar lA.i. a ap.Galtjt ous treatment, tc,every citizen jat the The friends of J. J. Holly announce I "
h hands pi 'e\"er1'person connected.with him atia candidate for County Com-
COCOANUT GROVE rue: mlsslohjr In District No. 4, subject J. W.
"-* Watson
the officer 1 \V; / : : '
Soliciting the support of,ovary voter to tbe tctlon of the Democratic Primary :

T1TA.LTBP'C. DcUAKMO who considers me competent'and capable ..||, i( ____,_....",_-_,, .,1 ,-- "", '"-..._. .... ,. to.I .
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BrOhiteC'L.Ut0 Dlck, FOR. COUNTY. COMMISSIONER I'" .
Flal.... : ,t
weiLPalm'Beach,; :
Second District u -
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I .-t..o Ave. Q:_......n -"'<""4""DSa1tlFla.TheChapmantiouse! ., iv*Forsterkef.th..CircuM..Court M, .his Frl ca: :s dacy of William for county Helm commissioner.,"announce t :W. Ji Brown :

.. Believing that my,services for the from the Second district,'subject to the: ; : '
of past fire years as Chief Deputy In the I actlonpf the Democratic primaries.
pence of the Clerk of,the Circuit Court Mr.UIelm is a successful businessman ?
Qualifies meAfor tb.po.IUon, r herewith [enthusiastic for good roads a
g:, F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop.,' 3.eat. "; .
respectfully announce my candidacy flrst- ..js civil engineer, and well j:
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< SLM 4ar. Spwlal by tile week a
, .", Cnaiti art wed per tt..romfnrti of i kome. I.nA' for Clerk of the Circuit Court. equipped to fill the office;; ..... ,:} vFOR'COUNTY SaiLatgPI a
caud 17 .!_ eonth of Palo .ach.Mi till abject to the approval 0: the Democratic ;, :
,' rnt Last Cad Canal,.--"tY para U1 LI .
IeI6I and winter rardeaa ol Scwtkan riertca yrtmtry. COMMISSIONER
,. : Good .......fltiitTind Octaa fcatfctafi'" r, .
; i O lray.Florida l iiia "
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{.'. I respectfully) announce myself tuber ;
For County Clerk candidate for the once of county

tJ.-i A.W. Graham To the Democrats of Dade County: commissioner for the First District, I AiS ;;:>- ,.
I.take this method of.announcing subject,to the action of the DemocratIc -
Contrncior.and Builder my candidacy for the office ot County priaary of Mays u.;s ,- .o. F .
". J Clerk.-'sab3ect'te the-aet10a 'ot.the | Harrr DnBoU. J
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Satisfaction J In the of meats venal toother
selling as
Democratic:primary ant"will appreciate la ter. FlaF0000NTY 'lOl9Afc. D, Mwrai. ; 1
ti ., 01W'&IItM4.. r.. "any "support Oat my friends things ,IDs, ,the quality tot ov oJ R
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viii asUeeM 7es P.O.b$7 postal ts.R$ z.,T. Menttt.For M Second DistrictTo irons very day. By the way bare :you II / ).

Apr th. Democratic Voters of- ,,Dade ever tried us on an order for roast I .. N' .. .J-. / .. J" ".. ._..,-.,. ::,ill:,. t .
County TrtMHW Couaty! : '4h"1( .*> ? :...r beef We 'offer the"best Florida'aadWestern'beet "" -
ExpertTgpewitterit To the Voters of Dade County: I hereby,announce myself as a can- to l "
I hereby aaaouaee myself aa a eat didhtr'.;; the office of County Com- "fc-.. be' had. Fort Dallas Land Gotapany
Repaking. dilate for ruomJuUoa to tae dOlt mlssloaer from the Second District -
: ,......, : ..,;;;;: ;. of'UovatytTrtaaanr/ntJoet toe i ot Did county subject to the will \. B. Doane Prop. ,. ,
.ft. .C. PRCSTOM. action.of.bo ,Democratic Primary' of th*:Democratic voters aa expressedat
P.O. Box'311I electloa,to be aeld May,Itta. INC' tit: coming primaries.. ? ,' t
I... 304 9th St.
C B. Raalertoa.For t-;' .
_.,: Paul C. Jones.Wbs !
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I .. ,, Palm Beach Fla Money To'Loan Has on its Lists ;
l Emll,!A. ,Ehmann "
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County TreasurerTo 'FOR TAX ASSESSOR .
I Architect the Voters of Dad.' County: To fhe Democratic Voters of DadeCounty
Having been Identified with ,Dad :
county since IMS; taring done the I fill be a candidate for re-nomina 1
to, West Palm Beach.. Florida very best I knew how as aa Individual ton Jat: the coming Democratic primary On Short or Long Time some particularly attractive bites for

'" q. \. citizen to make-it a proepc-ons for the office of Tax Assessor and reepecttnlly ;
both residenc and business
county; baring lived at boPi ends solicit your support pur-
Merritt & Kolb the filled Easy Payments '
ot county sad baring a Geo. O. Butler.
public office so that the people m..y poses. An investment in Miami real ,a
Red Rentals, etc. !know whether I do conscientiously ,
so Aaverlte Remedy for Babies
tee'.age4ATC. I now offer myself as a candidate estate is safe; ure of quick re urns I 't

for the office of County Treasurer IQ pleasant taste and prompt cures Dade Go. Security Go. .
C. near.12th St,-Miami. Fla. .
to the Democratic I
subject primary.I ha1!:made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy z
need every rote that I can get and : ;-* favorite with the mothers of ... -
DR. E M. LAWDENTIST' trust that my friends whether in' the gmalk children. It quickly cures their ;
city or country 1t111.not forget me coughs and colds and prevents any BurkhartLOCK JOHN B. REILLY.I J. E.INGRAHAM.
on the day of the primary In return danger of pneumonia of other serious
for which ;I promise. If elected to consequences. It not only cures AND GUNS3IITH Agent Fort Dallas Vlce-PresldntFort Dallas 1
Office. over Sewell's Shoe. Store perform the duties of the office with croup but when given as soon Lard
'Work ThoroukhlyExecuted as mach courtesy accuracy *, .! as the croupy cough appears win pre Expert Repairing :Company Miami lorlcrLand Co.. St. Augustine..
Artistic ,
promptness as I give to fry privrtebednesa vent::the attack. For sale by *J1 drngnd -
Avenue C between 12th and 13th St.
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J WIthTh. Moet>> ,Modern_Appllanoee a Gee. guts:: lC&TDe.Drue.
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custcme I <&+ JACityjrisoners. ord' rs in their ,

For convenience,of Iv-

!I 'Ing'o, ,of; the 'City, we pay particular; Min.nery''Departrn. : nt
Mt Vernon In Port
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atten cn'tp ranking by mail. You can .
! There are' now "twenty-one; prison- The coasting schooner Mt. Vernon
: mail ycur,depcslt to us from your own en tin the city stockade. They are arrived in port yesterday afternoon Designers of the(latest Spring style, hit*,
, and lrr.medIately'Pon receipt working on Twentieth street"under from Key West 'with a number of in silk dark straw and lightweight .
pcstofflce,
the Direction,Superintendent.Go.!. passengers and a heavy freight of general materials. j
of it a"Savings passbook'1will \ man Hn| imprortag that thoroughfare. merchandise for local merchants.f II
be issued and mailed to you," \ ft -

l NFoI.| Sale- Four: mules and thretbor&t. SPECIAL BARGAINTwo I LadiesTailoring'Depa intent
We pay 4'qer; cent: per at a bargain. Call at once. lots on 20th street not far from f ,
annum' compound quarterly MclteCIUverr Stables 15th St. and Avenue D for sale at a bargain. J.I For street carriage :and evening costumes,

Aveioe k DTransfer ,:, H, Tatum k Co. 4, I waists, tailor gowns and coats '

$1 I will Start; an?Account.:,,', !i1 Death of W W Sykes I''
Company Moved OfficeT6& 232 Twelfth Street Miami
'- I \V. W. Sjkes. a well known citi- ,
Miami Transfer Co., is moving
zen, residing here for the past seven
,
r (lt. Mice from 12th street between
died yesterday afternoon about
JAtciae C and B to.the offlcp In the years
,' four o'clock at his home on Avenue
'rcaijsof the BIscayne Drug Company, ; -a'
$50 OOf j D. Deceased was 59 years of age
Capital oeEVy occupied by DrXJ. J[ JackSrpstler '
; 1 sonn..,., r. and had been engaged 1n- the hacking -
f
business for several years past. He
' and .PrQfits $11,009 m leaves a wife" and four children. The
Surplus
!: wants to list your property
funeral took place this afternoon.theintlrment Suit
Buy y'Youras
I 1&1 \ being in the city cemetery e
r r Deposits $350,000 Has'Finished' Cruise by Undertaker W., F. Miller. I ,
Tk4? to.lieboat: Roxlna, which has '

cruUing In local waters all of'I The Art Stone Construction Company -!I .
:E The the|fast season, came up from the
First Nat. Bank 'have Just received another carload
'I lowm coast 'yesterday and coaled at
: :he ,Bcnner schoner line dock thismorfiig'preparatory of Portland Cement. If you areusing at the Miami Clothing Company
cement it will PlY you to get #
to getting
away .
our price. \
this afternoon or tomorrow morning
tor ;&ew York. The Roxlna Is owned 'one and two ,dollars
The Only of It. Kind save
byibn W. Gates, but has been un-
.Jerfcharter! for the season. The April number or the Burr Mc-j j
In tosh Monthly, the"flret number in ,
, the fourth year of the life of this delightful '
.R Do">'lyou: want a 'good Eastman kodakyf -. ; publication has'Cached our These two dollars will secure you an extra pair of trousers a pair

Gallery you, do Avenue go to D,Martin's near 11th Shooting St., Icsk and. if it is an earnes,of what of dress shoes or a fine felt hat. Belon area
the publishers propose to give the!:
and :rtake high few specials for this week
a score.
public during the year it Is certain:\ 1
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REO superior to anything else of the IcO'
Freror All
w' Agree/ for Fight all fight between three ever attempted. It semi as if each. N-j : Srn,moth weave blue Coarse weave lue .
number this left noth I
o publication n; '
whit occured last night at the berie buits. single ; suits,
r men 'Iii $ 12 serge regular $9
to be deslredfl but the following numbers
corrief of Avenue D, and 9th street \ breasted aac .lIatln i I price of these its
0 always to be bette man
seem
: -'., TheS police scoopej them in before preceding ones, and this April number \ fined, reg. price$14 i.$11.00 at ,.. ..',7''.
'. : mute_ damage was done.and-all of "
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.'.. -- ; tbe appeared as defendants In the Is no exception. This number I 18 unze blek clay Dark gray flaajnel
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Is now on all newsstands and will delight I t-uitX
... '$:" :f ..{: ., :. Municipal Court this morning. One lovers of the beautiful. satin lined $12 I suits, regular puce $1 I 0
.t: ; 1I'asIaxed $5.00 and cost: another dischafepd I I'I regula price$14.00 $12.00, only a few
CarrieS a* many passengers; climbs more bills: goes just as } ,while the third had his case at.,,, tell at......... '
fast less and tire is safer and more easily ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. ,
; ; uses gasoline ; continued. until tomorrow morning. 'I ,
controlled; just as luxurious and comfortable and costsless fIBtwler ,- I loonnze black clay $ Lightdark gVeyana .
+l for repairs than many can that sell for double or treble wants to list your property Fashions Then Being Reproduced by\i suit. Have 'never' 9 tan caui ere $7 .
book that tells ,Well A GravesOne I sold for less than salts ia single and ,
't its price. :: :: Send for the REO why I :
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,- I $11.00 at. .:\ doable at
i ;.- ,. On trpon Cruise 'I hundred years ago the Empress breaated$9 :'..
JIfssrs. Ralph Worthington and Josephine set the fashion and today 11
Charles C. Worthington, the latterof we are reviving the styles as worn by Don't Miss this Opportunity of snpp11ap crsdf t. J:
tie Worthington Pump 'Works, -ofNe4 this noble lady and her fouowlng andIt
.= Miami.Automobile:'Co.: \ Tork and who:arrived In',the Is fashion's decree that we be ruled with seasonable at extraordinary tow prices I.
city lib morning will leave tomorrow by a king and a queen of a century
13th.Street, near Postof ice, morning on a ten. days' cruise on the '
... past
I :... > lowefj J coast in quest of tarpon and One hundred yean ago tiny hats Miami I t Co :
a. ... ..f other!:game fish. They will go aboard with short fronts and long back garlands Clothing
lIr.!Ralph .Worthington's auxiliaryYmria. with Ititle roses and made gorgeous -
yaciti with ribbon boas of brightest
AOtr colors, were the fashion. Colors are 1306 Avenue p Miami! FloridaHELD
thing you want done, sidewalks, 'cow extravagantly Indulged because

Are" You Going; toJBuild? sewerage, .landscape gardening, road.bunct1aDd. Josephine and Napoleon haj'lt' so then, /' {
.-cleaned. See Fred Hotter remembering that the taste of Josephine : -
MUttt: was for vivid colors. .
UP FOR ANEXMPL1
.If Jon contemplate e erecting a residence,business.block, or building One hundred yean ago dresses were .
of any kind it will pay, yon to rive us a bid. The artificial Coat Camp Moved short-walsted with elbow sleevesjong 4
tone which we manufacture is WITHOUT A DOUBT SUPERIOR Tfilt morning all of the county convict 'glo eI,1arge butter. and many other
to, ANY OTHER MAKE-IT, IS WATERPROOF. *,:-tarho have been working on the ''rlvolltle. all of which we learn from almost any cage *r Ragas eve i
rock-road north of the city for some I history of the aspire period. It 1* ? submitted to *ur| attent)** will Maw 1 e
Dealers in Portland Cement Ume;;vast broke camp and moved to1 Indeed a pleasant task reproducing la
,, our skill In
rnalrlitf. Ne SMttrhw 1
the ,-both side of the river where imiprovetnents our workroom these quaint old stylesso '
and repairs win be madeto picturesquely beautiful as wen much eutivdee JTMT vAW ;
The Art.Stooe Construction, Co. grange Clad Road. NIB teams,j those of the empire period. maybe we M1y lie .... te psi It .
wert Owed to haul the camp eqnlppc We are displaying la the new Easter Into ceinmiWesiF NMN "....., pet '
Office and Stone Yard Foot Are O. Look for the turn in ie Wall the Pti attracting much-attention
: ] t bonnet all these lovely effects, W* trmilnfl ,in CHI"arleuI" to wvtaf to
u they pused down' Avenue D la procession have a large stock of Easier hats and
new
f rm. There were S2 con- bonnets, and win make special prices
nct4A 12 of them,being'whit men
for the faster trade. Investigate our PUrcNee&.I't
In, the n e.. j."iS ',headwear and. prices before baying
":. # elsewhere. Wells Graves No. 233

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H Sale. of. Best, Grade' GranulatedSugar. ''';' ."" .'fo I t ,I 'aTa'']

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22912th street, Phone No157 and 1121 Avenm D,Phone ,,110. ::1

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Mot 100 to
over : pounds! ,a customerT4hursdagApril12th! J:
-' : \ ( for hire by the hour day week or month. Automobile stor-,
1$2.50" ;2.50' and suprbea.l Agents for toe-famous FORD automobiles. -.
; ; Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities

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1. j transferred., ALL order receive ntrrtraiDo' oa.*
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Magnolia i Grocery Co. I I .
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53.00 $3.00Besides'this FOR FIRST r
'o Horke-Shoeing,j
t I $I I-. H.WIIARTON.. Manager CLASS ,:
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; AND DISE.\SED HOOFS SE I

,. ponT 84 Corner Ave. D and 4th St l L. F. LaFonti ee_ 70$ 7th St.'i ..

patent Gibson te: we 'nave trodtis of soft ..,. __ __. r .
black kid and'gum'metal,. in variety: of shapes and: design : !

Tbey are here in all shape and leathers; at 52 50 and $3.00 Insurance
I GreatEaster Offering Dade Co. Title k t'


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OF MIAMI FLO IDA INCORPORA ED f
'Of Gents Summer Shoes
Clothing at d
Paid
Up Capital $75.0(0.
Sur| lus, $12,000rs.

$id Ladies Skirts GOING AT COST, land titles pre ires abstracts title i,loans and
I invests money on its ow a account and for oth rs. Acts as

,agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, e cecntor re-
ceiver, or guardian Address all comm icationa

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Offlce'PhoneSSUndertaker' 11. M.J

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':1JA rs13OO AVENUE: D I THE: UNDERTAKERHONE \..,

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:. RESIDENCE 219 7th STRiE: 25 '418 12 SrAIt. ,4'f :
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t For Sale- 1224 tent with floor. Ap- 'g 1I
is apt to be one on which fertfi/Metvpjjipfcs )) ply opposite Fire HalL

li l you ;vill. ,have, to"purchase*! .| -' ?( : r. MUs\ Louise X. Carpenter will open "POP"Is I- \ :.. .w........:.' i .

--- her classes In drawing anj painting ,I .

.'tr. Mrs. H. O. Warren of Homestead, j I i. Growing rnor d'v* popular every day. "\VeduesJay, April 11. Terms and 4 .-. ,.
,; spent., the week end in this city. I March sales Ofj Blue Ribbon Lemon hours may be ascertained at 1100
"A. v and Vanilla br ke all previous records. Boulevard. everybody's name foP VALUE IN 81GHL ...
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:? BROSSIER will collect your .."ta,1 eon drink. All others sake
; I kussell, Is Closing out shoes at cost this weekat when our stock is aw
I Mrs. F. H. ? of Tampa "Pop' but they <*it all make
% 'visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Pen the Racket Store Norma Martinez 5 cent cigar to the
BEDDING White, of Quincy, Is i highest
Judge P.V. dleton at Lemom City for a few weeks priced goods in the storeth
1 1j a business visitor in Miami today. I Mr. Renzy Robinson of Lakeland. -""*'. a bigger moneys north tan
1!i Mr. W. T. c ore, the well known :Is in the city spending a week's vacation "Cascade"IGingerAle can |>e found an; where 14 the day.
j 1 GIFT Picture mILes made to orJer. The traveling salefnian was a passenger with his sons, Marion and Tom I
Racket Store. I!Ion this mornljig's/ northbound train.I i Robinson, employed at the Dade County I I IMPORTED- AND

The Boys Athletic Association met I I Get your shoes iI-:s at actual cost this I Furniture Co. I DOMESTIC CIOARS

11 Monday ant closed.. up the business of I week at the Racket. Store. jI Five hunJred and twenty-eight pair
the year. men's women's and children's shoes singly by the box. or by the thousand
I Mr. \'. F.i; Tarborongh came down 1 at cost this week at the Racket of superior quality and in perfect easy
t% BROSSIER will collect your rents. from Palm Bench this morning to 1 1I { Store. I We dltlon at small prices. AH bur dean

11be, ready for you when I make a J"lslt1.- few days in Miami.I II If i I "Cascade"are tne exeiueive In this territory.kettieraof ranee are kept Is lost so that none of heir fnr" < ,

Mrs. Mattie Jones has gone for a Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and family I There are a lot of gingers' ales
Phelps
the
with the
day comes right Mil who!I I
L visit to relatives and old friends at I I I Mr. and | W. H. Potter .', are moving Into the Bennett residence .I but none to compare with
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES Rome, Ga. I were among thi'? ...uon'lllltorl, returned | on Thirteenth street today "Cascade." Be sure 1M ..t"Casads"
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.i -to th,1r, home at Roabury I .
and no sib jute
I land will occupy It until Mr. Bennett
Mass, this mofping.
i Frelh"enllon In stock dally at the i and his family return In> the fall.
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I iI Miami Market 1317 and 1311 Avenue Capt. Georgk.JJ. Baker, a candidate I Mall orders given special attention
I I I Wanted > clerk. Address HAYES
4 D. for County Cp missioner from District Young lady : .. .
P. O. Box 225. Miami.
1 .. No. 2. cab 4! down on this morn. I
1 Mrs. E. A. Russell, owner of the Ing's train. j i i AcmeBottl1ng Works .
Minneapolis Hotel leaves tomorrow I. Dr. J. A. Heltllnger. resident physician
The Man
/ViAYNARD&SON for her home at Minneapolis. BROSSIER liieane... Safe eetments. :.! at the hospital this winter, left I MIAMI FLORIDA ,Cigar ,
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-- -" t;lau night for New York.The doctor i

j, '" Wanted Clean. cotton rags at this Mr.-\V. D. HU1, who has been here I i was popular and well liked while Sixth Street, West ., the lee. Factory OPPOSITE? 'HOTEL, B1BCAYMB
; j- JEWELERS and OPTICIANS office. all winter at the March Villa left.Oils i i here and should he return to Miami! ,
0.1 next winter will receive: a hearty welcome -
Nod morning for hlt tit POftftfHM MlftsVlL. mtf 44rj Mr. and Mrs., C. Zachartas and Mr.,_Hill .is aal ez-congresmaa from' I "
; daughter have decided to remain, here Ohio. JG. I' T. .c Miami Decorating 'Cai4anyr
out at least May and will register t : W. were complaining to a contras
at !theMinneapolis.,, : C.: Jonesjand: J..H. Beckerman, tor tiie other day about tie cheap W. E. CANOVA .
two well known commission merchants i dUI of houses that are going up and PROPRIETOR. ; \.
i from tbe Northwest went up asked him how It wa that almost .: r >. ".
liami HOMIER MUM Safe Investments
: Skating .-: > ;--.Or- '"-L. I the road,this ;morning. .'on a hunting I.I every.job that ha* been let In MiamiIn "-IC'-. .' -"": ,.-. "
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trip-;-for*toast- .' toe last ttree years had been ta-
Miss Mamie Bowler and Miss Grace : I
so'near Ion that the
I at a loss or a
: MoUe started this morning for Minneapolis Miss Lottie ;! organ. who has been; contractor,would hare done better to aintizta: -. 4
with
: having been connected I
Rink a pleasant member of the High School have been a Journeyman on the Job. ,
!the hotel J>y that..name.In. ,this city:. to\ ... with the
... has returned her home in Stam- He. the trouble was
.'..... .. .: ford. Cono, wiijjre she will graduate: I I"other fellow. "He figures to low Paper Hanging andt..Kalsominlng .r:
,. Open S tsrlO a. m. toll' beglners Umbrellas repaired and recovered. with her class. la June.Sreesler that there to mo money In It for any I
; 0,...'2 h'I' p.:.... Leave, at;Racket,, Store.. r r I body." We asked the "other fellow" Agency Peat's WalCPaperyJ
Open 7 till p. m. wants te.list year property. t and he v!old the same thins There la t
aftsrnoef reserved far...... I Mr. A. H. Adams, manager of the f'f. ? :some' thing wrong and the contractorsare Call or.write for Esttowtes. Rhone 181. 1315 Ave. D
Florida-Fish and Produce' Company, the not entirely to blame.
y forenoon reserved ehndranCOMPETEINSTRUCTORS Don't forge moonlight! excursion
left for'Eau GallIe this morning ,to* the bead Wednesday : One man who has a pet theory said
:, where be,will stay for the summer. for the benefit(Of Boys of evening i I It was the carpenter. He said "Lookat
.linen'. 10 cet itt Skating 28 ants Tickets SO cents round trip. : that man working. He saws a few 1
$t. West ef ice Factory Upstairs MOSSIER meane Safe IS.IVlass>ts Lady Lou leaves stone dock at''7:30( ; : strokes then stops and rests. And at '
f' I'that other fellow; he pushes the planea .
Mrs.'. Edward Creamer went down .; :Ura. Jernljan.1 sister of Mrs. J. A. I few strokes, then stops and sharp Like
on. the Homestead train this moraine Dana has returned from a trip 111 I enl the bit; any thing to kill time." Finding .
ID.MOFFATSairy after spending a few days With-JIr. Sanford wblda:she had expected to, That set me thinking and I took
and Mrs Ma4lson.Bnrdlne of this extend several weeks. but the unless:I time to watch them. And I found that
city.. of her child: brought her speedily, it was a fact, one did stop and sharpen 1
'" home.": | I the plane and the other.did stoj. t .
SUMMER COTTAGE \ .; jj I I and It did look like he was resting. f .w '
> Lunch A nicely furnished five room cottage Miss-Jennie t A&. ,Luella was among' But the fact was he was putting.kerosene Me :
at'Uthla Springs (Ansteli), Georgia; the D nortliboun&pasengers this morning on the saw so It would not stick. Qney:3
for rent for the summer at .|2l..a ea route tO her home at Read I found that the can: of kerosene was ,
MMAf month J.. H.',Tatum ft Co. ,; lug Pa.' Mr. and Mrs. Landls remain one of the most necessary tools, and I "
BDW, hen''antil ODe 1..t from tomorrow, plane: must be sharpened every little :-

; .. makina the Mr. Gaston Drake; 'of.Miami, 'amiMr. k.', .going north., while. This pine is so fun of rosin !I .
that the tools Set sticky and win
J. K. Clarke of Palm Beach.werepassengers I. .. _, .
For Rent .Four room furalsaeJ not work unless kerosene is used. 1 : s.
: the Homestead train
iJIId'neaf. t |(feroo this morning.on They go down to look cottage: on 20ti street, fit Apply to talked with a carpenter: Chat came I' ,- J
!, Dora. H from the North a short time ago and
over the and for a few ,
country
i in tile dty. camp I i I be said a man could do about one !
: n days. 1
Mrs. Annie Ml, Manlgault and her I third u much work In a day with this
wood u can be done with white pint 2Lofson14thSthet 1V.
For SaleKeat box sad fixtures. In II charge: DonaldSHorton have returned ,
AN IDEAL PLACE use four months. Far below cost Charleston f} C.. They spent three One used to the other pine win worthardf1' :
here and not accomplish nearly
months In thlsIty: and were charmed
fOR LADIES W.' E. Harden. 112 Avenue D.MrL 1
much la .
so a day.
I with the Pie. D4 the child recovered
.The carpenter: to not to blame: heto n
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its
W. H. i Brooks of.Cleveland. good health- ; V'j '.
;; I doing the best he canT: Who to i .
cosaat i salon
ttvllb a 0.. who with her little daughter has I WantedA inner bus to blame. Maybe you art If you are ---'
been spending the put three months i p nursery :
looking for a gold brick yon can: find
iness. No capital required. Have .
with her Mr. and Mrs.
parents Ralph
Beltenaffli at It. If yon want a 15,000 house for betweenDanci
everu day Worthington will leave for her home plenty of stock to begin with. ProfIts -
:
'.5c .t-- divided eq1 i1lt.. Buds"grow much 13,000 you should not be disappointed .
a glass retry tomorrow.
Taster on LargoJ\ than 'On ,.mainland.. if It is only worth 13.000 when you \1 "
served dur- Address for turner particulars A.J. get it: Why not use the same good i iI

.lag aB boars; ,. THE RACKET STORE Kemp," Planter! !;;pa.! business Judgment here u when you
'" "' -f; bunt your other home. Examine the I I. .
:Mrs. F. A. Illerlgold, a cousin 'ot conditions and bund Intelligently and '
door east of Arcane D on 13th I ,:'
I Mrs M.-E.VMatch, left this morning when yon come to the locks aid other .
,Front Buildinjf. MaimiFla.c '5 THtPUGfGOODS hardware for the doors and windowsput
with 11et little (laughter who has been Works ilv '
very nt'fori the: past tew weeks on something that the salt air will Novelty ,. f
not rut before Is ,
hopes of improvlag eclill health. one season past \ .-- s
.our assortmentof She goes to her home ia Kallspell. Pay a little more money aid put on a .. ,
.. Mont, after spending the. season with genuine bronze that wm remain the I. \ ,
the I latest Mrs..March. || same u Ions al the door lasts. 1,> r 'I ,\,
"'."; t W. have the finest line of bronze -
', 'Miami Transfer Company offers'te hardware ever brought to Miami the

..'. EASTERr sale 60 road, saldle, coach,heavy draft largest assortment and the beet designs .:-'
'.. -' and farm horse*;j Harness., carriages, In the South. Come In and let $1500.eachT ':"
: new and second] handed at bargains. us show you what we have. Therein .- .
Sheet Before shipping'i horses for the sum no job too big for us to figure on sad 1
: : met"we win otter for sale as fine a yon win be surprised at the extent of ; <
: line of horseVas ever came'to:the our stock. We win furnish "Good I"
State of,Florida, .at reasonable' pro goods at fair Prices. 1 -

AND ces.' Apply tt,'itable or write to J.M. MIAMI'HARDWARE COMPANY"We I ... qr. ""'_-
Music ; ,. Hanley. General::Manager. Miami. Fla. Want Tour Money." I ; ,

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Europeaa trained faculty. An artin.lg charge of each Avn- I I

MI1W SELL EVERYTHING. I meat naao. Pipe, Organ Voice; VloMn: KI.o11. Bocotfm.PhyslcliH -. :\ .,-
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SAND SELL IT CHEAPER Culture, French, German and Spanlsa.Ban sad 1200Ave.! D J Miam'HCounselors"andGontractors ;,
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1 'Hi tot i of Xtf.ic claseeF. Furrow's Kindergarten and T., ..... ,:
'II I'W W. H. Chaile & Son I _' f,: .
prima MvzkClasses. : ; : : Send for catalogue

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THO" W. MATHER Scot'R. BlackweMer and J. T. :Saxon : .
Jt OffICIALJjOUNTV; I Clerk J. R.'Horn. "'" "r '. -:. /- ;-: '
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', Mechanical and Hydraulic engineerTOndmffls. .:DEMOCRATIC GALL j Precinct .:\0. 15-Inspectors: M. A. ..... ; i .j'. ,1"",
.. Marshall,. S. M. Alsabrook and A.C. I
steel. towers, tanks, gasoline f Frost. Clerk: R. C. Sianley. Poll. .s.-j] -- "ct
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calraalaedad
pumping engines sing; place, school house. l
black pipe at wbolesaU Special The voting shall be by ballot on
machinery designed end bunt Agent A meeting of the Dade County.D :r!1 ticketi furnished by the State and
for ]East Acetylene One Generators. ocratlc Executive Committee was heU
County Executive Committees and at
at Miami. Fla., oa the llti day of
?he close of such elections, the Inspecjtors -
March! 1906, pursuant to

R. L. Mercer election The following was adopted call to for wit adjournment a: primary-$ 1 and the vote clerk in shill accordance proceed with to canvass the. more at j

ther State law, and shall at once forward< once
Notice is hereby given that ;; I IBURmNES
.,the returns to the Chairman of the
207 Avenue D will be a Democratic Primary Eleij* Executive Committee. .
tlon held In the several elections dis>]Bounty : ,
The assessments to be paid by the
: Groceries Provisions trlcts of Dade' county, FJorlda, oft= .
May... 15th.,-1906.. and.It.necessary OB' various candidates shall be as follows
[ and,Vegetables June 12, 1906 for the nomination or, : 1
,.... :
%
candidates, State and Representative $ 5.00Clerk
all Democratic of Circuit Court........ 150.00( :
- r: Frkan canned meats, but- Countr. to be voted for by the Demoocratic ele4-; Tax Assessor .............. 75.X( :

tar/eggs and cheese tin ware electors at the general 190ft, Tax Collector ..........p.., 75.00
.
don to be held November 6th.
", etc.Our County Treasurer .......... 75.ft
prices Democrat
tobacco and to be appointed by the
cigars
County Commissioner ........ 10.00( '
Ic Governor of the State between the
in line with all
are compe Member, Board Public Instruc. 10.00(
titors.Giveus. date of holding; such primary eleo!> Justice.of the Peace ......... 5.00< You will never be able to get shoes as cheap again
,,
tif Lion and the holding of the primary,
Constable .................. 1.00 .
election, A. D. 1,903., Ij-1 County Fish and Came Warden I.K( We will NEVER sell CHEAP
The following officers are to be noift. then as again.
Supervisor of Registration. 1.00
rated at said primary election to
kips I All candlates are required to file a
Johnson & Tome I wit. : | written application to have his name 1 i j

1 Representative la Congress Bel appear upon the official ballot oa the
.
i : : +
and Congressional District If blanks furnished by the committee Beginning Monday .April the 9th
a l
Handlers of 5 and 10 cent goods 2 Justices of the Supreme Court;j I accompanied with the fees above set ,

Ain tin, granite, wooden and 2 Railroad Commissioners.Represe4{,I 1 forth with Geo. P. Bull of OJus. FIa.. I I.
I willow ware. Also rugs, mats, 1 Member of the House of -!i Secretary and Treasurer of the Coun- .

brushes, etc. Notions UUves. g j i" ty.Democratic Committee on or before About 70 pair of ladles' fine 2.50 oxfords i DRY GOODS t
soaps 1 Clerk of. Circuit Court for unejt;j I I the :26th! day of April, A. D.1t04. left out of last weeks sale. We sold over I ,
for ladies and 'gentlemen : : t'
pared term. The Democratic'County Executive
1 County Assessor of Taxes. 1 I t Committee shall meet on Monday.May one hundred pair of them at tf I 45 Be* lOW entire KM frem M since'wt hove' I

1 Tax Collector. Iii;: ZI, 1906 at the County Court House 1.90 last week. Broken sizes. | added >free* ..".... U lade ..._

;,5 & 10Variety 1 County Treasurer. ; in :Miami, Florida, and publicly canvass
5 County Commissioners. the returns and declare what 20 pieces percales and, fingharns worth I2c !

'. .3 Members of County Board of Pnblie candidates are nominated by a majority A fine new line of ladles! oxfords and and 15dor'I,8"c,
"j
Instruction. !|! vote for each county office and In ,
1 Supervisor of Registration g; 1 what cases a second primary'' will bals of every description, new stock. 20 'pieces percales and.gioghams 'worth lOc

Store 1 Member of the Dade County Democratic ; have to be held..w Should not be on a bargain $1 QA and 12cforAbrgelot ....... . . .ry 1'....:...6c }
Executive Committee for Precincts -
A. Filer, .
counter at all. 2.50 and $3 at /
Nos. 14 and 7. respectively.It F Chairman. of odd an< ends hi wntte pique
., No. 1017 .vemie. D. Miami. Fla 1 Justice of the Peace and 1 Constable ,I Attest: Geo. P. Bull madras duck*'and fa icies worth from lOc !
in such districts as have racancles. t Secretary. to' 40o. during sale 6j20'pieces :, 8"c. logy 12 ;c, 20cCAPS /
fj; 3.50, 4.oo and five dollar men's shoes in '

"Wire for Me 1 Fish'and Game Waraen. |f sj J! TWO FISH YARNS every description, all new stock.,: From from 15 cotton to 20c voile in ill. .solid. colors....c..I worth ;.

< The rules governing said primary, the best manufacturers In I for..I. '
'd election shall be the same as those Adventures Encountered Recently in 90 50 pieces 1 ndiaIorthfrom :

; adopted by the Democratic Executive West Coast WatersEditor the world;:_,-._. for.... .. ....... .. ... .......&:. !Incnd15cc -'
Committee at their meeting held J4 .
and !I'll Wire for You"Phone Jacksonville. on February 24, 1906 tot Jordan, of the Punta Gorda Stetson shoes, while the last i '
governing State Primaries, so far a}I Herald-he who spins fish yarns $4 40 .
.. .
... the: same shall be applicable to tit produces these as his latest': at---- -- BABY ,
,' 176 County Primary. Those and only I Mrs. Kitchell, a New York lacy, 1

( those persons shall be permitted to he> who is stopping at.Hotel. Tarpon at All girls and children's shoes at sJk
boys', A fine line of and lawn
I baby
qs come candidates before or vote at;"or Grove City while out fishing Monday caps too
C H. BROWN participate In the management of sail afternoon, hooked. and landed a sawfish 2Q% discount. A chance to save money. be closed outregardless'of cost ,i
fourteen feet long. Mrs. Bassett >
primary election/who declare their jd ':j jInfant's

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR1ft3 herence,to,the.principles andoriafc, of Chlcako, was In the ooat with her. soft soles .. Those worth 25c for....f...!'..........,- ..,.ISc
cation of the Democratic Party,natlbaC8Ute > at the time and both ladles were highly at -- ---- -45c Those worth 40c for.... ....................25c.35e '

Av.e"C 'eount ;--who'-are by tM fish.excited Their by the boat struggles manned of the big by Those werth 50c for',?_ .",..'.,' ............. ? .
laws of the State lawful electors 'fit,: was r. > Those worth 75c for ...... .......40e .
Russell Thompson of Chicago and W. Ladies white Oxford Ties at S1.00 :
the' election!districts IB 'which they : ::
'Those worth 1.25 for. ............65c <,
W. Mason, of Mobile.
offer to rote.. rho have paid their ptiU I Mrs.: Fellows '1:20, $1.30,1.80, and ;$1.95 >1= .: !
One last week Mr.and
less than ten day Itll to loon I ortr
taxes legally due not .I pay you our bargain,counter
of out'near _
Chicago ttsep-
lays before said primary electton.afed. I were
BISCAYNIDRUG Island, fishing for tarpon with. -.
pa
who shall when challenged by an else.tor "
I A. Giles as guide..,, when the former .
,pledge any inspector In writing upon abide oath by aftd before hooked an Immense ray that was'fully W.. M. Burdine 31618. tfWelfth' Sif 1..
sixteen reet..acrosLThe'guide
s qCOMPANY support support'the the molt nominees of such'thereof.primary M: fish/towed.. them:( about the watersat saysthe ( i!IU ,9 .

the rate of,about;ninety miles an .
\
; one polls shall be opened and closest ,
hoar and kept op the fight for libertyfor 0
at the several election districts at th, .
three hours. By this time. it
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hours bed,by the general election [was getting late and It was decided to J
'
The' named persons Martfs T0 sierand
law. following and I cat the.line and let the monster go. i' rotise' ,
Inspectors
are "hereby appointed Irs. Fellows went forward to cot the
several election districts -
clerks for the line but before'doing so fired a rifle
< I< Sea Food Our' .
: ball Into the ray. This caused himto .Specialty '
Precinct No. Inspectors:' N. If*
make such a prodigious flounce that
'Medicine' Parks, H. E,'Stypmann and B.j& : he dashed the boat nearly full of wat- Oysters by plate quart oi gulon.

Ban. Clerk: Curd SchroeJer. .Polling er. almost swamping It. The excltet <4 Meal served at all hours. i410 t2th1Street..Miami. FloridaJ
4 BaU's store. 'd .
place. i
lady accidentally fired another shot
Precinct Xo. ;.Inspectors: Frank the bottom of 4
which went through
In medicine, be careful Bowers, P., Kltcaeu.and E.C: Mlllef. the boat and then she severed the Lake City has 6500 popnlaUonJs 2U Unexcelled''heal-01117:TO:"<...
td feet above the tea.has pure tree stone for the 10 .....
but ,
In what $ and Clerk:?Jamei,Hepburn. Pollin'place. line and the ray escaped. It was years to. am, .
you uy, t > artesian water. population of 4000. Jf
,"? lecboo1thouse. *. ... 1. fj1;\ 1 to. exciting adventure for all con over i
where you buy it. IUs': !. Predict NftJ 3-UtlptCtgII..FrI.1ik I I'I cerned. :
,
Joel Dean and Dan Cos-' !
Sheen A. Bla finch
I not chly'important that 'I grove. Clerk. : T. J. Campbell. Polling -, Wanted Clean cotton rags at this Hotel 11j

'lti ;ycu get the best :values place old;engine house. JaffeDonghertyJyL. ofllce. : t r '
.
l Precinct :Sc} ;.4 Taspectorr. "
i; but: ,also thatyovit'!< ; .' Garnett and F. |t\t. Lake City: FfalRailway. :1 z4"fl, -
: r aimer! .Cler I $) :' Cnllen Pence. Polling Doctors are Puzzled .' c'
get goods that giveyou'-' ,'Porter'l' Packing House. 'IiiI
place 60 miles west of Jacksonvine on the ,
Offers __
Seaboard ,
:. results;We Prec:1nctSo.Inspectors: : "T. The remarkable recovery of Kenneth yes ""
satisfactory ; I McRae, T. J. Haygood and I. 0p. Mclver. of Vanceboro, 11!h... U tliMI- ,', portnnlty to linger a little longer .k afore ''go! g'n'orth.. ,Comfortable aadi .

have a_ reputation for Taylor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges. p'qJ 11'rt of much interest to the medico homelike,,modern In all.Its appointments, ,H!< 1 and i cold' bat>.:Yitstrle' f
I Tag place school house. :iiI 'raternity and a wide circle of friends lights, and belL Ratei ,$:.00 to tlOO per'c! 1 Train's .
furnishing satisfactory"and ?! I ,.-Precinct No. Inspectors,: J -le-saysof his case"Owing to sever 'i ; leaves LOS a.'m. and 4 p. m., arrlvlnglllo a ,'and. 6J8 p: Jacksonville"M.
Reliable .Goods'5", Hardy, D. Cassel and J. W. Piejtge. inflammation of the throat and congestion ; <
I I Clerk: J.: M. L'mstead.Polling: p'dip-, of the lungs, three 'doctor I Write D. E. Whetstone or come with out noire.D. < fib

r..'. ,t I Rouse's store.Precinct gave me up to die when us a last resort I "
," No. 7 inspectors' :>S:d:!;W4.; I was induced to try Drv Kings E. WHETSTONE Proprictoiyfrom
.
.:; ," Marshall Ed. T r<'.Kingyand}KfPi y. New Discovery and I am happy to say. I ,.
a Bryant Clerk: R :A* BryazuPoIUflrf ..1 saved my life." Cures the worst "',The rush la over and while yes hare I : _
fINE' CANDIES I place: ?Stranahan's store. coughs and colds bron-*> -

Precinct No. Inspectors: J3 HJ. weak lungs, hoarseness and la grippe. the tine: drop In and take a leek at

AND' CIGARS.. ,.. Wofford, J. W.- Ives and J. A. t1Irp. Guaranteed at ,all druggist BOe and The .
Clerk: J.- H. Gllsson. Poling place II. Trial ,,bottle tree., our fine line of Woolen Doal tercet Continental 't

school honne. :*4
[ Precinct ":0, Inspectors: Paul Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough the place.

.' Tel. 3 Coro S D Matthews; I:"Foraell. '-aDd',J. I.gFefr Remedy ,In his House Atlantic Beach,' Florida
;; ,.. ,, i rfi.I: SAveJ ers. Clerk: 3.'A. Danghtry. Polling) JOHN,SEWILL A MO _

place. ,school home.' M "We would not be without Chamber _Headquarters far mart Taflortacm JlI'.H E. BEMIS ? ,Manager'
Precinct Xo. \Inspectors:'T IL.Tonle1. Iain'i Cough Remedy. It Is kept oaoa 'Twelftk etmt. Blaeui 8lsek *- d v -> **"*
H. Data'Mlllerant. 8jjL" hom.,"..,.
hand continually oar MarchThrough 5,1906
Opened J
We ,are Now Ready_ to Himlsh. Patterson. Clerk: R. B.' McLeadon.PoUlng'place. W.'. W.1 Wcaraey,' editor of the Inde ;

..Fair,buUdlng. fV| pendent Lowry City Ma That Is SuIt '
'wTrmun, Snell "Precinct No.. Cnspectors: $}.... what every family should do. When Merritt & ::Kolb parlor car', Palm.Beach to Atkntic Beach train'7 ,
.' Potter'Andrew-Hardee and Jackson kept at hand ready for Instant tote, a
V Peacock.. Clerk: JJr jr.'...GPotting' cold may be checked at the outset and j '
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"ancl! other' pace 8honehs old store/ cared la much less lime thaa after It On Atlantic Ocean 20 miles from Jacksonville-'via KE.C
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Precinct No. Inspectors: U.T. has become settled In the system. Tats MALirrATBAROAIN
Stephens.,W.-. J.., Daugherty A.'t T. remedy Is'also without'a peer for -
makes of Bicycles DuvaL Clerk: Thos Mitchell. Potting croup la children, and will prevent the .' 'iamolFlorida
xy place Tweedell's Hall. 44' attack when' given as Boob as the child MIAMI FLORIDA The Continental is the latest t iddhidn to the '

-No..ll-1aapector1. Henry becomes hoarse or even after the East Coast Hotel System
,' ao..maa'WnL.'t Anderson and :rJiCu- croupy cough appears which can only; ,A fine S aert bay treat In CUlm'' if

,.\, tella !%Clerk;,H."A.,.Proctor. Polling be done when the remedy Is kept at Orove. good house, well set In be.riag. Bicycle chairs, ponies for the c' Idren, golf links tenni '
place, school house 111, hand. For sale by all druggists and trees riparian rights. A bargain.S .
Precinct, No. 14-Inspectors: f.'ft..L Biscayne Drug Co. court bowline: alleys, billiards; and oool.; bal room for dance
Lots 14th street between Avenues
I- C end en 0.Lot ing automobiles, 'livery' service, sdrf bathing'," fishing, deep'

= en tth'street between A'..... and fresh waterInvestigate, "

Yottrigs'i 1 Pharmacy C and B, 11600. yeare .... i -

House and lot en 10th street 1e. Before .

The bicycles and other wt.n Avenue B and bay, 12790. Lets Investing
IN cb. POK 4 TED
goods are the best stan- allow you this

dard goods on the,market Store 10 acre bay front, 13000 Cheapest' Wind PowerHas '
A Drug for The PeopleThat's south of Lemon City.
:
Hartford and other Tires. 25 acres hammock and truck land been adopted bj the best people of the country as the

Coaster Brakes fitted to old itLs M grapefruit trees, finest In south cheapest power 'for raising! water. iNote the people who hare
r our motto, and i been the means of adding hun. Oade, 11 year eld. 200 young treee, them they could hart steam gas and hot air too if they wanted 'I

wheels., All.work guaranteed dreds of new customers to our' list.Ve sell only the purest good house and beautiful grounds on it. I handle jthe best mill made and make a specialty ot this :J

Best new wheels for 'rent: All prescriptions! filled rock read. 15900. You ehouMtee .. business and with my pump mecha ism that 1 hare just been '
drugs. are by registered pharma county granted a patent? on. I will to double the P-

23H2th Street. Blue Front at t cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream: in the city. the views.at our office.J3 nIne and life of,'any wind mill outfit Any infringements capacity will .!1

be
prosecuted.
f J\1! 4 acres on Lemon City road, 10 ,;

2 Doors [North of Postoffice acres cleared. House and 200 tree
; k
Carroll & Clark Good views of the bay. for a abort Cocoanut

w bW. E. Youngs, Pres. time only, 1000 C H. PERRY I Grove, Florida1.

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+ .. rNt: ". MIAMI IHTKOPOUt-TUIMAY, APRIL 10, ,.... PAS nlYAi
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MOUSEHOLC ru.. c.n I Igate. I

'W'. .,-.. ., ... !, 'V. ;. .. r- .......-.F a_... They Ar IROQUOI GRIIJL
.', ... < ." ., 'tH'' t a ...... .. 0....... ,
.Tbt fact that intestinal diseases, .
R.! y. S' ef1- raeh u typhoid fever, cholera dysen Open Until MidnightA or- 1-

: ave oU: tery, diarrhea transmitted and so through forth, are contaminated commonly Fashionable Cafe for Ladies, and Gentlemen. .
l
,1! water makes it seem advisable Oysters, Fish, Game and many delicacies prepared
1Ji to print a word of warning regardingthe I by experienced cook and served by good waiter. .
UN of domestic water filters.
Tit most efficient method of purifying The American plan meal are served by the dish at the p individual -
the beautiful line of faster contaminated water supplies on a prices enable those to liven room and apartment to
large scale is by means of .sand filter live rea.onably.-The Iroquois hotel solicit patronag of aU J
\
beds In which the water percolates who contemplate a long stay, a* well as transient cu. omu...
L very slowly through a layer of fine Open all the,year. : : !.; J. Hcu. Dan SOL
slaughtered sand severs! feet In thickness. Cities I
qoods now.being that bar installed! such plants report ; I
a great Improvement in their health
> ? ; ; : .
Statlstica. Knowledge of the dangerto Lassetir
J. B. Hawkins. B. L J. E. Lu Ttmua
be apprehended from the water rap-
) t' .' AT THE .y ply has become"so widespread however .
The Miami Co
Grocery
\\i I that domestic filters intended to
be used by the individual householder y

.' I'I have employ, These come are many into of different numerous general/ use.substances varieties and U Staple FRUITSaod and Fancy VEGETABLES: "Groceries

;S 111ftE; .M P I: 13 J the filtering medium such as charcoal, .
; sand.- mineral wool, unglazed clay or 1 Our stock of groceries is complete add we think we can i apply
I 111ft t. '. porcelain and so forth. These may appear about everything required in the baking line. Our aim i* tit Keep
: ;<1':1.::: to be very useful, owing totheir only the best class of groceries and oar price on them will be
ability to remove, a certain amount of found to be right. Good. delivered promptly to any part:of the
: coloring matter and floating materials, city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always fresh. Give nsa( call
but as usually employed they fall far | i '
; short of the necessary' dpl'fee'ot efficiency Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Strett FloridaArmstrong's
j Miami
and be .
oorLhAnce may even directly a ,
N ow is \ source of added danger apart from the ,, (
falie sense of security they Inspire. -
Unless such filters are very frequently !
taken apart and thoroughly cleansed 1 : -H

: We haven't sufficient space ;'here to tell yoigall: about and bacteria even are to multiply apt to pass the through filter freely Itself,

so that the number of germs in the
them, but we quote a few prices to give you\ an idea. be water increase that is Instead drawn of off/dlmIDl may actually hed. Meat Market

There is but one' safe way for the "
consumer to deal with a doubtful water n : Iis. THE PLACE;
These will prevail until aftejf EasterSilk supply. If enough suspicion attaches I IW1.y
prices tnor'snoua
to the water to make the use of pay prices fci fresh meats when' ou
a filter seem desirable the conditionsare can buy choicest cut of We&t.rn and Florida MEATS

Eollens, all colors, worth one dollar per yard now. .. .. .. .. .. .|, f.. .. .. .69c out of such place that and halfway only absolute measures sterilisation are for much less money at A tin: strong's Meat Market.L J Jla

'Silk-(soft finish):colors'blue and green, worth one dollar per yard, nowg. . ..69c can: be considered. Every dropof Phone 161. Corner Avenue D end 11th Street r

.Newdane cloth cream color"wort50c}\!' per yard, now. ......... . ..,.. .. .. .34c should such be water thoroughly intended boiled.for table The use flat ; I

Voiles, black and blue, worth 150 per yard, now,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .1. .. . 1.19 taste of water treated! in this war is .
worth 1.50 .. .. .... .. .. :1.19 due to the fact that the dissolved air is I.
Brilllantine black and blue, per yard, now |i"j expelled from it by the heat, but by f CANT BE BEAt

Farmers choice 'muslin, ((10 t yards only to customer) now. .. .. ..:I. .If.. . ..75c placing it in bottles only three-gnarters : ; I: spring time the housewife/Joea" '

..No;- 180 Berkjy .cambric, worth thirty "five\cents per yard, now.. .. ..||.. .. . ..19c: be full taken and shaking tip ta restore well the enough palatablllty.air will 44/ his her spring cleaning planting, the andt farmer each flow tarnspring

.. ,(lO.yard cut only to each customer) f| refrigerator The bottles may to toe then cooled be placed for of course In the i' the r best.. Its to with us.|We never.

No.,,150,Berkly cambric, worth thirty five cents per yard, now ,. .. ..i g. .. .. .18c. the Ice Is Just as likely to be as bad as t 't.attempt a [
the water, and there is no use In purl- PLUMBING JOIEiit .
((10 yard cut only to each customer) m I
tying the water If dirty Ice is to be put out Intention of doing;iwork Out
:Table napkins all linen, worth per dozen 1.50, now.. .; ...., ? .;...-:. .. $ ". '. .1.19 into it-Tooth's Companion. :.cant be beat". There's j plenty dt

'Table t1apk ns'all linen, wortH'per dozen 1.75, now.. .. .. ...'.:'. .. .'... .. .x..1:39" > Tk. .!. .( .....tt.... spring we plumbing ask for to TOW be done business.and thafiwhjf ,.Get.:
"TabTe) napkins all 1 llnenvicrth] pep ( Menr2.od'howl.: .*. .:::..":I7.TVT.: :: .'.v: p IV.:. .. .. 1.69. .'There' Is one sin which it seems to me +? 'onrjgood, work Prices no dglksr tin

Ladles linen handkerchiefs, worth. twenty five cents each, now. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. ,15c ,,18 everywhere, and and qufte everybody-.too neb.-over--underestimated -. others. ,. t.He t.-:

Ladles hose, fifteen- cent values- now..r'i.i.r.3; .. .. .. ..H.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..9c-= Jooked In valuations character, 'It' :i. h...-..._ Bit$CRUGG Avemss$D 4 ,CO.. f.
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': .. .
; : is the sin of retting. It as common _
Children's>ose, fifteen cent values/now;. .> ./;... .... .._ .... .. .. .. | .. ..::\ ......9c :aa air as speech so common that unless r ft $ t -

fLadJe$'y sts; fifteeen?, ent;values,43for., .. .. ...:....; ..,.,. ..,.-.jv..g., :.. .. ...:-sr25c, .I do' It not rises even above observe its'usual It ,Watch monotonewe any

Huck iow ts)2, and one hilt cent value, now. .. .. ..... .. ..:;.. ...,. .. .. .'. i, ....8crTurklsh !, i ordinary coming together' of' people Contractors Property Owners' }

towels,.-twenty cent, value, now.. .... .. ..'.. ;. .. ...r:, .:. :. .' ;. .. ..ft. .. '. ...15c and.before see somebody bow many frets minutes-that it Is,win makes be
A l Ir
Men's: odd pants, .six dollar, values, now.. .. .. .. .... .. .. ...'.. .. .. .g .. .. .4.50 more or less complaining statement or I I :

Men's odd pants.- five dollar value, now.. .. ...... .. .. .. ...:-.i". .;:... .. .. | .. ....:..3.99 every something one in or the other room'which or in the probably car. or If you can't don't want to'SAVE If MONEYS .' ,'
we help do come tt,
Men's odd pants., four dollar value, now.. .. .. .. .. .. :. .. ., !'..::;". ... .. .. "-8" .. .. .. ..2.99 the street corner It may be, knew before you. you ,

'MenVoddpants"three'dollaryaluenow.... .. .. .. .. :. .. ...:1-:': ..... .:.-. .. .. .. .. ..2.29 Why and say anything probably about nobody Itt can It Is help.cold The J. A. McDonald Co.;'

Men's odd pants, to dollar value, now. .. .. .. .. .. .. .:.:. :?.;T-.g .. .. .... .1.59Men's It Is hot it Is wet It Is dry; somebody
1 has broken an appointment III cooked a '
odd.coats, twelve dollar value, now....," .. .. .. '. .: .. ., .. ..a .. .. ..6.90 meal; stupidity or bad faith somewhere
: : :r : and bay bnilding m larialt; Loug Leaf
Men's. odd, -coats. ten',,dollar_ value. now.. .. .. .. .. .. .I..vY.i,. .. .. .. ..5.90'Men's has plenty resulted of things In discomfort to fret about..There It are la your '

odd coats, eight dollar. value now. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,.. .. ;;...:;.. .. ..g.. .. .. .4.9O, simply astonishing bow much annoyance Yellow Pine and Cypress of all kinds.

.Men's: odd coats, six dollar value, now. .... ., .. .. .. .. ..','..... .. .. .. ..g.. .. ., .3.90' every may day's be living found, even In at the the course simplest of, kinds
We also sell Lime Brick Cement Sash
Men's, .. Panama'hats,. twenty dollar value at..m' ,. .. .13.90. If one only keeps a sharp eye oat on that ; ((4 ). Door
and whatever else builder;
aide of things.vEven:wr1t Mouldings, a requires
.Men's.' I Panama. hats, fiftesn. dollar value at. .. .. .. .. .. .,..,.:.'.. .. .. .. ..!,|! .. .. ....9.90. we are prone to trouble: as sparks says fly at lowest possible figure. i ii4th

-I.v en's Panama hais.twelve dollar value'.at.... .. .. .. .. .. !O.. ... .. .. ,,|! .. ..... .,7.90 pwsrd.. bat even to the sparks flying t
; I upward In the blackest of smoke, thereIs You Know where Street. Miami] Florida
'Men's'Panama'hats; ten dollar value, now. .. .. ..".... .. .. ........ .. .. ..|L.-6i9O: a blue sky shove, and the less time we are | .

lien's Panama hats, eight dollar. value, at. .. .. .. .... ...... .... .. .. .. ..if .. .. .. ..5.9OMea'a they waite on the road the an sooner they I
"' win reach It. Fretting time wasted
'; itraw bats, $150 value Men's felt bats, $3.50 value B on the rosd.-Helen Hunt t
.fDOW..h.............:..:...2.'S'g' BOW......=..............,;..,......2..g' 0, Chase&HaibyAccident
Dd__ e '. straw hats,.$.300 ralneMen's : Men's felt hats. $3.00 ralne M "' ; : ............'111....t M ..__ Chase &'Co.C !
/.DO-:....;......;...................2.39 now ... ; .........- ... ... ...4.39 Teachers of the deaf from the beginning l
: straw hats, ne. Men's felt hate, $150 Talne | have been la the habit of questionIng -
.!' n w.........,.;........;...r...1.99;. now.......................U..1.99: their pupils about their prelanguage SUCCESSORS TO I
Men's straw hats, $2.00 value Men's felt hats, $ZOO value thought The little deaf mute findshimself
y ii now.: ;j .-.....i.....-....../:.....;1.49_ now... iiMen's ........ ......1.OO when be first realizes that be CHASE & BARREY.lnc. Fire I .
Menu straw hats $L50.Jal e. .' 1.19, felt bits.LSO valve i "other than the thing be sees" dwelling -
now.n." ...................... DOW./t ......,SO. in a world of pantomimes. Bis FRUIT AND
/} brain II'normal and self expression VEGETABLEPACKERS .and a }

Large lot men's odd vests, from 1.50 to 2.00 value, choice. .,. . ||. . 7Sc he soon Invents becomes a language a necessity.of signs Therefore, which,, Tornado .

;;Large lot men's colored shirts,slightly' soiled 1.50 value -. . . If. . 75c. with more or less vigor,.according: U .
;Large lot ladies! white !underskirts,. slightly soiled, 750 and i.oo value at..59c' his temperament )|s,energetl or'bn4oi p"_ .CBBk Dealgsl* la* ,. ui>; iiii:
lent be imposes on his family drd"It
Large lot ladies corset covers: .. 40 cent and So cent value. :. . f. . .29 C is a poor enough language, dealing Cratet Insurancet ...
Large lot colored silk remnants. one dollar and 1.50 value at. ,. .. !i' .. .....69c almost wholly with concrete objects, t!" .
... l ; .I Ji'r I but by It be can make Us bodily wantt. # Material i '
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known. Like the cat'or the bog/tbi FIDELITY, BONDS
Ladies, stylish .trimmedhats. l tr.4th off original. price deaf child may now tell when he la .
cold or hungry or thirsty. *TJnllk the .? PteUif ul lueholSf. .
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;. A stupendous lredifctionjin i. allourDressGobds.' \ cat or dog at least. bras 71 knot ; 1u111L1t..mHl1ni.locl1': OLDEST..AGENCY IN MIAMi
them the deaf bora chfld tries often tb
Everybody' should take, ,advantage ,of thislremarkaTiile }(; ask for reasons, bat be la not easily "
be cannot be answered m
understood ,
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reduction as, this ,opportunity, will ; of oc ur again. his self Invented gesture language., to'" f) tr" II ., \ *( *,r'f"' : .
jr f- > / .' .. ., *<. .. *- te >:-1'whyd Dim bit be"'ouJ4D'f because .:
F ," complained a little deaf boy
who bad been taught some lacgusgs ofton & tlinig
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:Ernpire Dry iooI4: Store'r ; ....ler Ants .* Fauaaasa."Crossing .
the road to the park" :
writes a visitor to Panama 1 observed Machine Shop
a curious thing. Green leaves, thousands

AH Goods, delivered i Free 'of chMgel oak or of maple them leaf, each, were the size moving of a In email regular Across The: River '. ,

,._ 1 marching order along the road a
continuous Une ss far as the eye could I .
.. reach "It proved to be an army of f
j.; ants, each one carrying a leaf on Its W'll. your engine on short notice.Expert .

-,YOUR AUTO IS IN TROUBLE I CAN Fig''!If I G. Mi DYKES' back body.line of which On ants closer completely returning view I saw hid unloaded a Its parallel little or Gas Engine Men. We c rry .-.

empty backed to the place of supply dynamos, coils, plugs, batteries \\ ,
Tire Troubles are Cured or 334 tenth Street up a: rather long, steep hill. In crossing -
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1 new ones Sold. Cart for hire. the.road way the driver of our carriage screws, switches
U stupidly ran over both lines. A
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few ants fell out never to go back but
All kinds Blacksmithifig and Repair
= ; C. R, Zacharias i [ the broken ranks Instantly filled and
i Work. Wagons Built to Order the procession moved on unceasingly
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.*S TA IS K t'I Daniel's Block Miami as before. During the busy season Lofton & Einigire
H these soldier ants, march day lid .
JIO Eaglet Bib Block" ; i.b.ry Pull, C.1.rb HORSESHOEING': A Specialty Bight laying In their supply of food." ..

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Prot"W; "W. "BaU'lea the latter venttthe strongest of men from lifting '- e
part of this week ,for\Lake City to &? moving her about. Ticket : j
I Town Topics: meet with the committee,-which was are joa sale at the Red Cross Phr- B ; ;:l : 1
appointed at the Educational Association m ci:and Biscayne Drug Company. t.'g 'r' "e"'as": e
In children', .. ,
convening In this city Decem Admission 75 and 50 cents; :
Bennett ber to revise the order of studies In :5 cent{ *. ( ; ; 'I.. '\
j. .Mr. and Mr* A. -V. B. ", .' '
the high schools of the State. He 13BoupUt ,
p and charming daughter left thlmorning \ ', -
will return home on Monday.
a Hem
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for their summer home on '
J 6aR Island. Mr. Bennet baa a fine I r City Marshal Frank B. Hardee has
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purchased one of the Lummns house
13th meet and comes
residence on
to Miami every year In the early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris have and Its on Avenue O, and will continue I SALE
the sympathy of friends In the ,
He also has an orange wove at Little many (q reside there with his famOy. '
Hirer. death of their infant child which oc- TheAtt cottages are substantial ana
cured yesterday morning. The Inter convenient and in a few years time .
Thursday II the day for the biz trip ment was held yesterday afternoon. wlIKJbe In the heart of the city.TheBoiler .-
to Soldier Key to spend the day. This I f
Come Up' From Keys
Burst
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excursion is given under the auspices
'' The steamer Blscayne: came up from \Vhlle the boiler of of
0 Ladles' Aid Society of the Fi-f testing one
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C benefit of the the keys yesterday afternoon after thextenslon steamers at the term. '
Church 'or the
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i. Japanese famine sufferers. The Lady supplies and will return this after- Inat;;; Lou leaves the stone dock at 9 a. m. noon. She brought up a number oflaborerd preparatory to standing an official inspection -
promptly. i who are, returning 'to their it burst before the required.
t. 1 I homes,In the north.The amount of pressure had ben put on .
The Junior Class of the Miami Higtt III, 1 It. ';,hough unlike a steam explosion
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1 'School met Friday and elected offl-'. "Georgia Wonder"Mrs. anCBot near so dangerous the blow : :1
nets for the coming year Mr. Fred Anna May Abbott the "'GeorI np'gmade/ quite a little noise and ., :
Pine.president; Miss Eleanor Screr-!I gia Wonder:: will appear at the auditorium g8\|:the workmen about a good wetting -

(, en. rice-president; Miss Bessie Russell i I of the marvels tonight of the Mrs.age Abbott and though is one I I I I boiler l can It Is lie not repali-ed known Mfflclea whether ly the to '
and Miss Selma Freed-
t ir lund.secretary treasurer The class color selected I I but little more than 100 pounds, possess j,#I ma It 9 It sefTiccable: or whether a nor Beginning Saturday t Apr! 7th;

orange are blossom olive for and the ivory das with flower.the j'I an.unknown power which pre- on&jr1,;c..; haze to bo i"talled :, i""



't'" Report of the N..Condition. 6n9: of the and Closing( Saturday April 14

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First National Bank Real EstateargaIlls .

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at)Miami Ike State of Fk.ri4a..t the r
,f close of buiMM,April,I'M ,

I RESOURCES We will put on 'sale some of the biggest values Miami pur- :
Las aid 4i"0II.t.
O.erdrahasee.redsadss.ec.rel'..tD6'll6.33I i V 11'.1I..* choke proptrtie fo- the next 10 days50x153 .
U.8. BmuUtoienrrcimUtioat .. 50oU.05[ chasers have ever seen. Remember; this is Easter time
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: Baakiif bua<...efaniil..tadflimm. D.OMUM and every one wants, something new. These goodS' are
:.. Doe from Nani.sal Bank (lot ,. : fits, on paved street In part; of city .ch..sns.oo :
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< DM serve from Suit agents B.>..?..?.and Ba......_... 1.ss.IO...7J4 11 I 1 lot on 10th street, near Ave. C, a |'I lg bargain at .'.........$1500 all advance: styles, nothing: shop-w,m or shoddy We in

Check Doe from and np-or other Notes of other National Banks W1.00 inspection .
Fractional piper currency. Blclcte and lot on Third street ,6 room., fine place easy terms; $1800

)_ Lawfs'and CIt.t.mover-reserve_.-}._Bank,vtir 3:8.00: On'alf'lot on Twelfth Street for tfj ...... ..... ........... 2500

." Legate;l-w. ....note.__._... 23330W 33,000.00 Elegant home en 8th street...... if?" ..... ." .... ... .. $4000
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Redemption, food with U.s.Treasurer 'f
Waists Weight Skirts ;
; (S per cent of cl culatioa2,500.00) Derby-Lingerie Light t

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1 Riverside lot are selling rapidly( : but we have a few choice ones '
LIABILITIES left at the following, prices: J Everyone who has seen oar waists know Just a few cream moh ir pliated skirts

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Capital stock.. paid 4s -,- .- 150 00400S.rPtss it left to be sold this sae: at 25 f cent
f d- 7,000.00Dadivided what a beautiful and complete line we ; per
Peofiu,less exposes andtaxe.pa Corner lot on Twelfth Street....Jf'''''' .... .......... ..$1250 ;
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National- Bask id autos o.tandiat.-?..?.. SO",00(0.39 000 00o..toSt.ate Inside lot on 'Twelfth Street... ;.. .... .... .... ......$1000 I carry. When we say D rby we mean less than their orIginal value. A swe&jjj

; Dw U4iTidBaldepoiUMb..d ccrtiScatM Banks awl of>Baskera.4.714 ct to cluck.,.. XUta 05 21 'Inside let en ether streets......'I, ... ...... ...... ......$750 well fitting, sheer, pretty waists, ranging line of white linen skirts} bothtaciedP,! -

., Cert bed checks. deposit_-_._ 27.477111ti.sbiee's Corner lota'en other street...... f...... .......... ......$1000 and side plaited, vert full all sizes at
,;; \. check. ocuUBdiM- s,9S4.s5total in price from__$1.50 to $10.00 |
_-:--Vaitm.44' 25 pert) cent discount Few wool skirts
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Remember that, water, saws, light paving and. trtt railway wilt
.State ef Florida County of Dad M: 25 cent discount
L Edward bask da C.sotemilmmr Momfh Cashier that of the the aboveatat.d above all be down there Irlih;;: HId'lIaty days. ,,. per in ,dark colors to go at HALF PRICE!:
UlMOTt Is tens to the beat oT mj kaowktdnud
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Frederick B.kaa<.l.Jr..}\otary fabUcplrM b t Any hat in iscount All
& 1I1 conttm'!ab. Sept !.1W._ s.. ,
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Ind gloves in all colcuffs from $1.00 l to.&6.00 this sale, The line consistar-

Irs, white black, navy grey At a Big, Reduction.! '
% ." '\ duck silk, kid, silve

I -"I .f" .. ,.-.- \ V- ,,-, -- ... '_. ,, "" .. ,..._ and, alb !hades of pongee Embroidery turnovers, and linrn*We;- -' mate], ,

,; ,,._V ._ .." ..... ..,__.. ...._-''''__......_..'-_ ....__. _..,... n""" _....-. III.: '', :.. and.taiu Bost known glove hand made turnov ;rs at goldt can ,
I :- '- ;--' : '; '' ; oh the market. 25 off. any cost me with pinkblni :

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'. l -.I.n "y a' <, 1 i 'L 4< :"" l; I S 1.50 gloves 'for $1.10 Big lot of'' neckwear'to; navy, green grey black -ot
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oj' r I'I" J'.I ,.' r white Belts range .from
'" ,1 _" ;IJ1,! iI!!> I I.r.'w' ,i'j\ $1.00'gloves for 78c be sold at half price. Get :
1' .' ', ,', .. :. : '''. ,.-. : '" r !a.I' for 55c l\lV'now\tJf 20c to S6.00 an.all..sol"at
r . '. 1--.I: 'J!;,; ,,, 0" tiey+:!r"w;"e'c' ,;, j f 75c gloves your S } your .;
.' ,. i "' '''it':1{' "" w,1, 40d for 28c vacation discount of 25'
'I' ,, : gloves summer : a percent
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alligator
our trill on ,
I jdisplay Infants Fine
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.. >. and and all leather at big reductions, handkerchiefs ,
purses
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Y' Just arrived 'at SeWcll' parasols, 0
:J: :' tt : from the winter seas; are dresses skirts, belts,, .caps
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i"e z I Small lot of China left to be special, values I sacques H
Do this othi half baby at 25 per cent discounts!
; not fail looks Closed ,at price. :
c. : .. 9 y F k ram I mothers : this will. ,save yoj*
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\ stock over at once. It is 'strictly ; Embroidery "than 'materiaUnder
i :, Biff lot of Elite'embroidenes, Mils Our wool dress goods you nomore
from 7 l-2c to 12 l-2c : '
i at....,... .. .... 5c with ti min s'to match! at .
= up datePrices are r asonable One lot of embroideries, sells 25 per cent discount! r. "
from 15c to 20c at. lOG Beautiful: line white goods MUSllns.1,

1 Ito. One lot!of insertion and edge, ,' just the thing for the' Easter ,
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.r. suit 'cent discount Our of
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..; r All other fined embioideriesrBig:: ,lot,of silks, plain and derwea to close in order tomake'rc

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.iO. ,,$'' ii I ,rbM.',-,.-""', .J1:; ',;'>-'f"' sale at 25 per cent less than Everyone: can afford anew I. ..
f.lv \' is the pettiest stock of good
: 't iH :!" their value. We Easter .suit at'these
: original prideourselves ;
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Y x SECOND SECTION.- z" ,J !f ,. t! U,1 tD MIAMI. FLA., APRIL .10. 1906 \ Ii1

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i1' SOME INTERESTING. CLEANINGS n Don't, Get i Ca : pn :-


77 : I F'shing TripEnough .f
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'A"' POTATO YARfi you that there has been a stmon pure animal ateallur him chickens. About the bed of old ocean' St. Augustine SOME FISHERMEN CATCH MORE '

; ; On hU return from Cuba two years sulphur ppring-'uncovered! : right hereIn two weeks ago be decided to put aa Meteor. FISH LAGER FISH AND .MGR
IlsigoSquire I; ii U.Burton planted the ,the heart of town sad within'two coq: t* the robbery and securing i a : t I I

:.eed oC a Cuban yam a, species of blocks of' the square. But such Is steel nap atilt out In his barn yard FINISHING LAW bOOK CONTRACTThe VARIETIES of FISH than OTHERS
"wild white potato baYing much the the case nevertheless, and all,that 'the next morning he looked at his J
'flavor of our Irish potatoes. The now remains to be done Is to sink a trap and found that it had caught a E. O. Painter Printing Con 'I BECAUSE THEY GO PREPAIIEDFOR

1 ,viae from this seed grew' to great pipe and quirt the lUe-lIvlaz.f1uld Into coun. He rebaited{ the trap and when pany is bringing Its big State law I ALL EMERGENCIES'I!
r X" height and made an arbor at hla back the home of the population. The he went to jetamlne it the next day book contract to a cloae. and expectsto t
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T waaaa. Last Friday Mr. Burton repurter secured a shovel yesterday it was gone3j lie could not find any finish up the .ork'about three
this and dug down until one of the veins tracks around, the trap and decided months ahead of the contract time.
fend B. I. Broadmaa dug potato
i and lifted it out of' the ground. It of the spring was tapped and the sulphur that it must'hpre' gone op in thin air. I This contract called for a $200 a ..eek.I Miami Spprtiog Goods
f Stork
forfeit for failure to deliver the 7 7c 7wq
tade a hole four and one-half feet fumes could hive been noticed The matter packed along for some I goods t. I (
within nine months from the i
deep and some two to three feet inCircumference. a block away.' The water, withouta time and last Sunday two young men I, signing th
I The potato was doubt, is pure and healthy and when beard a chajat, rattling np In a large contract, and a ten thousand dollar
weighed In three sections and the total the main flow Is tapped will no doubt cypress tree|gnd looking up saw the bond 'was required. The company
j weight was 133 pound; The prove a great benefit to the town as steel'trap fastened to the foot of a will make a second shipment this fo5 12th STREET I

j News can vouch for tbla weight, u it ,Is almost at our doors. The flow big owl Tne boys ran home secured I week of about five tons of books and ,, J
'I a j representative ol' the, paper; war was uncovered by colored laborers la a gun=:And 'shot the owL Mr. will have but two more to dellvo.. and I CARRY' ASSORTMENT' OF I II
the canal to drain the lake. Denmark has his and the contract time does not expire ...-
I present sad read the weight and tie digging now trap keeps I THE BEST TACKLE MANUFACTURED a
potato la good to eat, and In Cuba isa The ,spring ia located Just north oi It nailed dodo Lake Butler Star. UI August. Writing about the books 1 MADE TO CATCH AND HOLD I II
back,fence ruaalDi east Is Attorney General Ellis says: ''ins
common article of diet Bata Fowler's ; ft I
; very reprints, far I have been ableto .
so as
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: man doesnt need many of them to about thirty feet from Major r .1 .r
; keep a large sized family.' Crescent back .ence and right oa the east edge PUNCTURED! PICTURES examine the volumes Is a splendid BiEr; h.
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of the creek going toward the lake. Is pierce o work and I congratulate yon
: City cor. Palatka New. Old ocean 'ever and anon disclosing '
: .t : Tbe water 1s cool and pure.Lake aom 3f:of Its secrets concerning on the character and quality of work

WAS SETTIN,'EM SOME Butler Star. its Inhabitants,which are as marvelous and the expeditious manner' In which Southern Marbtei&kStone! a
are turning It ouLDeLuoi Lo.
you Supplement
.: Mr. ,W. D:! Flurry who has been AS some of the wonders of terra iirma. '
working the night shift on one of.the CALF WITH TWO HEADS, But we never suepected'that there reposed I 4'HOOAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE
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linotype la the E. 0. Painter Print- One of the most unusual,sights everrecorded. in tbe, bosom of the briny deep, \ *u -1 Headquarters for '

lag company* plant left for Atlanta .Is. a j two.,headed calf that artists that :.4rould rrval the genius I WILL CRUSE' JO: .MIAMI :
yesterday., Mr. Flurry broke the record war born near town last Sunday. The of man. However we now have proofof [ Mr. Sam Martin has been quite busy Building Stone,, Marble, c.MO'SAIC s
on linotype composition while cow that gave birth to this peculiar such. Mti., Mary F.,.Hay den. who 1 recently building a large and handsome -

'here settingIn{ one .nlae-honr, shift, calf was owned by Mr. Davit In has been wintering here, while walktug launch'for' Mr. George A. Mc ; AND TILE I i
gtxty ocr pages of la'book matter. order that the calf might be born a along lbi.:beach, picked up a piece Lean. She Is a model of beauty and
aeasariar *M little .lew than ,1.000 mrglcal operation was performed ,upon shell which *4d been used by the artists convenience, having ,cook room Icebox FLOORS: BATH ROOMS. MAN "wrKFOR
.mm to the .:gage Wleo printer the cow which died from the same. of the ocean for a puzzle pictureand etc. She la now on a .trial trip Maewssestts..'Geacral Ces eter \
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and linotype operators are advised The head of the calf was brought 'It la no* la order for man to down the river, with her master_builder '
that this was- eleven point matter, town and placed on exhibition at the bunt up
they will realize the'rapidity of Mr. Lake Pharmacy. The two heads are more thoroughly\ perfect himself ia aboard: Messrs. MeI....... Woods, f
Flurry's movements. During the sameeddit plainly visible,' seemingly growing together the art of drawing. By a system of O'Conner and E. C. Boot. They ex- t .a -I- t

he corrected his -string" of the two eyes two mouths, etc. punctures, the: size of a pin hole the pect to cruise beyond' Miami, visiting RITTY- BRTHERSMachin4
previous night. His avearge "string", This great freak of nature will no aquarian,'artist outlined :on the shella Intervening points. .Melbourne '
I ,for. Blae boors shin was..'t, pages doubt be placed on exhibition at some picture oMteorge Washington, and Timer ,
I of corrected matter.,DeLaad SuppleLment. museum, thoroughly preserved la ai- by chaa&1ag'1 his position of the shell .
cohol. Lakeland Sun.wP numbers of .formations of other laces FISHERMEN LEAVE PEN8ACOLA t
!E- Y,1, are to be seen. And this applies to Owing to scarcity of, flab, and ShopAmenta
DISCOVERED' SULPHUR.SPRINO-. ".,......:..TRAP+.FUW- AWAY 'either'side'dC'the'shell which by t-. small earnings many of the older

t.(tow,Gfpn't;think we are trying to Dave,Denmark. of near Ralfordjuu way showsthe hsndmarks of,' timeas fishermen of Pensscola, are leaving for the fjTew Era GAS Ii Gasolene :
sprinf;'. a, aenmtlon .lie..e:' tell been bothered lately,by,some fowl or It1 was Ted, by the paten upon that place for new fields. 4ogmes. .j

; and kerosene' ,jengine:; raring a ;:}

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rYork.. April.XIt Is not only aide of.the front bent: .\V1IIt8erocI1et'l I pau' over the Yy shoulders' Tand- around latli"eie4'b 'by three bows of shirringabelow Win., Curry's s. ins I I

for her own wardrobe; bat for that of buttons are used for ; the,back of Mine neck.. : 'Which' was worn a crushed silk i
the children that the majority of worn- flat collar of braid finished the yoke I fej : girdle.1! The sleeves'were made,with c;.; ." .. ,\ .. ,
em have to think; bat this sessoa-she the lII..veI'are' very fall at the top ,:.Tbe1eevt* are' fanned-wit n< two three short I puffs* and 'with It'were t' Key'West P Florida
,w* l.ladIsO-end'of- ''both and end (B tucks which form the deep:puffs separated'by. a band 'of taffeta I worn. loag.whjte silk gloves.A .- .
price and materials sad It has be cuff edged 'flat:'bands?of:Druid 1 t i and finished :with a cuff of embroidery I I. ,. ,.. HBADOUARTBR8
come:a law that'. la .both, simplicity and rosettes. ,A third cost was.made I Plnkrstocklnand white-shoes .are 1 r dreu'eoa.tructed for a very tall Building
Is the most dectl1'fl.fe&tan for youth of blue Irish poplin;having aa Empire I worn:with. this! 'eostnme; and for wearon I girl of slight build sad 'who had to Ship Chandlery, .

Ills,aot alone the older",people woo yoke lace,"' lace cuffs; 'and .'ribbon. the street a broad bat of embroidery considers ways and'means,' made ,her "

.give' time and thought to children's U&S. trlmme.('im>> the side with a ,big. graduation dress,of.fine challls by a ,Materials Of All ,Ktu $.
clothes tor,ss soon u oidvenough to Is added. double skirt patient. .The skirt Bas '
pinkrbow
,: ; BBderstaad,actions, the clean or new ,fesldes the long Empire coats there ? 11': ".. dal -}. -. two flounces'.gathered to a five-gored Coal and Ice, Steam. marine 1t.II.aM., ldao "op".,,.,,,.,

dress lias made Its Impressions on;the .the natty little short Jackets that _'.&?!)'O child shows 'a underskirt. A narrow tuck followsthe t1- i a j -'- ;4, J
little': brala-aadimyJHtUe lady and are are fashioned f very': mock Batter: the dress! IB hrhfte or colored lawn withrnckrsnd hem of each flounce. A lining AU kinds ot repairing, [Boiler and Steam Fitting, can oe:done :*\ n ,.
bead hasfslreadr beea/wstcaint the style.: of those of the PloSet.PeoJ1e; Insertion i of place iwhlch is. employed to support the blousing shortest notice, ,,in,the best possible manner: :! by expert skilled: mecHat-: "
4 JI 1n. will lie front aDd back.,.tbatare tucked-en
faebfoa.tgtdti .eiiitlr.' found; an excellent: one for
and for a light, weight"throw over" -f
Jt" morning wesf.| It had a square yoke bayadere gathers being Introduced
the box-coat Is much liked. For .
wrap
boleros.'andfichsM I t made'bf alternate rows of tucks and where they Join the round yoke. A J I
: Walts at all, times and (especiallyfor'summer older girls built little, Etons the same',1 Ones'as 1ace''to this jbi attached the full skirt bertha with scolloped edges Is a stylish Meyers: & Robinson
.: Is par excellence: the color upon \finish, to the yoke The sleeves ,
and wide pnff,:sleeves, finished at ue
i. lor: I14re.. and the materials that those .of their elder sisters"" will 'be wrists and neck- with tiny frills. I of are.provided 'with extra, cuffs, to oe f
eome;la white are legion i from the worn. \lace. H added ,to their puffed elbow. length ,Contracting 'El ttician.s
ordinary mercerised wash goods and when desired' Ia Its later use she
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,homespnai to..the lae voiles;sUk. aad .One flifvelopmesj W ihe box-coat raa ... |tleilgn .a dreu'to-* be will have a' number of extra yokes 101"9 : l Florida
laces it II,U needless perhaps CD'say shown'la'';, grey broadcloth with lighter worn with otwithat: a gulmpe.. The sashesbows.,and accessories, 'whlcu ,. Ave/ D Miami i .

.';:that trimming for children's clothes taffeta bands. It war made with under I original mode) was shown In bab,. will give' ,her, many a change.
shoold be of the simplest and daintiest arm seamS, shoulder and side and I bIDe chambay., with Insertion and j .,
order! leas embroidery Is seea this back seams' the latter, being hidden : edging of heavy,white embroidery ID1 Wile laces,"ribbons, ete, have their

..r seam. while, lace Irish .Mechlin. by! taffeta .baAca:; ,A ,shawl-..collarosUlses 1 febedhatftbewaist; with a bow com place, for both graduation aDd COBflrmatloa. See. Dr.BurnhamThe'SHami
..,daay/or Valenciennes., U ;.extremejy the neck and:bands' of trimming I. posed'oT abort loop and ends. The the fewer the furbelows and :
to popular. The dominant note seen In follow the front edgeswhich: square neck and sleeves were also fin the simpler they Jress the better the .
.,this 1.ear'models for young people 1s close Invisibly,'while the.full sleevesare ished with this beading and ending taste shown. Elbow sleeves may be
that:.of the Empire the bodies 'have banded jut above the elbow witha In little bows'similar to that at the worn but It.would be more appropriate .
Tery abort waists, with plaited. shir- band cuff below blc11.falls a deep waist Ij to have long "mlttane" cuffs and Surgeon and Specialist'If
Ted'or gathered skirts attached to cuff. **.* n. : high neck ,for these occasions. ._

thenCaad fall wide sleeves, gathered .... <
Several eo4tlrmatlon and graduating area sufferer, f torn: Chronic! Disease Ulcers Tamers Caa-
you an/ ;
Into dose fitting caffs. ,Later oa lathe dresses were shown me last week. .A dainty little dress In Empire style\
!' :season these bodies and sleeves For children old enough to attend The first was"Intended for a confirmation for a little girl war made la nainsook cera orany Blood Disease, Catarrbal Diseases of Head. hroat
school who out of doors much
will be of the thlnest material possible of the or raincoat are Is service !lend 'was made ot white trimmed with flounces of embroidery. Langs,'.Stomacher, Bowels DY8 psia,IDdg'estooa! ,'R< ctal ,
time
a quite as necessary -
sad {he sleeves will be mere shoalderpuffs de'chlaft.Ia' The fulness of the body Is held la the
crepe surplice style, whichIs ;
an adjunct of apparel as to the Diseases, Female< -
'With a fall of lace: although finding much) favor this 1e&I OD. The front, back and on the'.bouJden by I
A modeof
older sister.
:mothers do not beleve and 1 satisfactory groups of lingerie tucks attached to '.
many
Sve-gored ls gathered back of the
skirl;
All.Latest' Electrical ,
the raincoat la fine brilllaatlne was Aids homeopathic Medic
rightly:so. la thus exposing,the delicate side-front setms aad Is ornamented a shallow round yoke. The sleeves : nes,
which
baby skis to the deadly. barn of shaped from a tucked model, wIth four deed tucks. A wide ,hem are of the short puffed style ending in
the Baa's rays.Although tucks turned from the centre of the finishes the l lower edge. ,The waist I a .frill of embroidery headed by rib ind a large 'stock'of Specially pi remedies for Sp 'cialvork
Ir-nt and back aUtcbed to yoke depth ;
... .' Is arranged ttLblouse:: all around I bon-nn beading. The' full skirt is : : '
e while shlrrings at the waist on each over .
the dart attached to the body with gathers all Ladies laid Always AttendanceUpstairs .
belt or only eased and Sating
.. the thlnest of dresses are side of the centre front and back are a : round with ribbon-run
beading out-
e betag'ahowB and even won la tae held band of stitched lining |r used to support'the
In place by
: a I lining the and in Metropolis Building. Front 9a. to 4 Sun.
chemisette below which the fronts Joining serving ss a iin- m. p. m. ezcepted
< the :4
boaee, the coat mast yet, have cloth.: The coat has aa over-lapping\ lab while
lower
the edge 1s turned
'most consideration and u la the cross i In surWice: fashion. Gathers -- -- ,
r ;: ront and Is further, ornamented ,.with la
regulate the fullness at the waist line up a deep hem. "
dresses the Empire style ls the lead-. covered buttons 1
.
'er. the high waist line being;hdicatd se.' aDd tucked a&d bertha and shawl are "

., by a Ibid of silk or ribbon tie knotted stylish additions. The, sleeves are 1 /A sailor dress made In ,the regulation Acetylene Gas
'. For dresses the little ones use the fancifully trimmed leg-o-mnttoa shape full skirt sailor blouse
t ;Ugh lathe back. A pretty little coat and wouldbe : : .
same materials U we do ourselves n.
made from the Empire model was of most suitable for.traveling or outing -
blue .chiffon cloth. The yoke was and feel themselves all the more A charming:frock Intended for graduation wear. It was Just the kind of
of white cloth embroidered Ia fine silver dressed for doing so. .VA pretty;dress that (,would do good service a, suit to appeal to the hearts of ail

';-, eoataehe from this hang the fall called -Gabrlelle.t...."shown me later oa ss a, *rty dress was developed my girls. The front and back are In The coming 'light for dwellings stores, hotels. Better...*.! etaetrielty
e skirt laU oa la Inverted plaits so ar. Jut week by one of our dressmakers from cream China silk decorated one with seams connecting them un and ss cheap .. OIL Ne lamps to clean. No dangerW! ea-
.,;c:front and back. The sleeves are fall' and ,bretelles, of fine embroidery.. gored cut aid may be gathered or linen Is aa attractive feature as Is al-
'puffs Xnth white embroidered cuffs, panel front decorated with V; bands shirred at th.;;:top while a plain plaid 10, the patch pocket over the left Eagle AUTOMATIC Generatorsare -
ADd/uer buttons complete the ornamentation. of embroidery fell from the neck to facing finished1 1 the bottom. A fitted breast The fulness of the skirt Is ,
hem which ended at the boot top; the lining gives a foundation for the gathered adjusted with drawstring which '. I
.: foil sides and back are gathered In at waist, tad an- Invisible closing Eire a becoming droop.' The foil unequaled Over 21X000 new In IMA. Sold under. abosl...s ,
the waist under a band of embroidery .. made at tie back.' A detachable skirt opens in the front at the of the GUARANTEE. No... Cost te yen IF YOU ARE NOT IATIP1U
One little coat la white cllllr D'clot1a ending a rosette of ribbon the same with
yoke a itandmg collar was usedbr front gore which Is outlined on each
laid in-tiny plaits to yoke depth wascmUiaed'wlth shade, WINDMILLS TOWERS.. TANKS AND PUMPING .-
the
as dress oa each side of the ,confirmation: service which tide with three buttons. The sleevesire ; ENGINES
banding.of white and the panel, and Just below the points : be with > t
mar dispensed for evening In .sailor, effect
4.silver braid ending rosettes on each of the bret les that edged with lace wesr. The fulness at the waist was J < ,Catherine Mann-Payiant J Thos. W'"Mather ,Box 566. Miami L

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PACE TEN THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY APRIL 10.1101 "
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neccldty for protection from cold: and
\- QUESTIONS ANSWERED therrlla thus saving of aboat-tsoo

\ I! t ., I II There are'ten'to twelve
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thousand plants to the sere sad the
formation of Interest to the Prospective Settler [rulfebrlngs t- In the neighborhood. "of e ,lII

Concerning Miami and the Southern from&40 cents a down for Bed Spanishto '
zl cenla' piece 'for Porto Rlcba ,1

Portion of Dade County. The percentage of plants t fruiting dopenJs'rupon .. ,_. n' "
'r 1 t ORGANth ((1896 ; tci tJ : '
the care and Judgment ex \ 'i

:ercised In their culture, some geoweri p\ .J. II' 9 "a" ,p.. ..,. ''LX! Ii l !;11;.. 5/.. f .E\ ., !ti \.:.' t _f r

',hevmiig.... succeeded ta..eecnrtng *"friflfbom
Inquiries are tJrected tie races of CllYI"-", ea relent 11py 0 per cent of the plants In their .

.ja Metropolis many by prospect MtUers] water works, severag*,',tolaphoM sys- :pine. 41 'lHt a&& 'u, ljaplt( ;$Z7.300.:. i St_ $3,51b,00; }Jt'i oslts over $200.000.00

4 bows eekers eonceramt; conditions I rem,free mall delltery hres'newapa- I,$f Lands...... may'be'' purchasej,-from IS ort Ii1"\ ;J", .t J' f. ... ) a da t
I :!listing IB this pert of Jhe country.' pen two natlosAlWaVovef Statebank. U-an-aa. up dependlag ou proximity r

...1 the burden of-corrae;ondena ever eta It.... sUleet ot'beaaura; u ::'roads and shipping point Good
died thereby has beco&a 10 beam streets of native white feoM.., ;It Is ..iidi W rock road within 6 miles of

:iat w@ have attempted !a the follow practically the teralsss. k the'llawitltrttsb'n.ma' Miaoil may be had for $50 an acre and : Statement at"the close of bus ness;.
.. article to'rammariij such Infor- gnat Coast Railway, for .uurtUiues less than that sum for land '
? .g jiUou as.1s. moat Impcrtaat,and to tension of the road hai,recently Men I not Immediately on a road..Ue same 23, 1906, as reported, to the St te' Comptroller

',. ewer the questions mast frequently built, penetrating theelarmlnf:;lands qua4t' ,or land farther' away from 't t

"f"-' cd 'U U hoped by 1'iU means that forty-five 'miles soW, this Is merely uaulbMiaiion facilities can of'course

i' ':" .,umpl copy of the taper. er wUekunjrtu. a feeder to the commerce of this city. bo purchased for leas The land Is uaproiiilaluc -

: are sent oor. will la most Here are located the steamship;; docks ta appearance to those socdatiiiued

:. .-. serve the purpose Intended better of the P O. StesBsslj Company. to UK deep. rich soils 01 : Resources UI59.P.sI.J

'to g: lbjt"a" personal Specific ..- whose lines are operatedfto;Key West whetldutea: being rocky and sand)

onnaiion may be obtained by writing to Havana and to Nu'lomensewharves ytlrtulU' cau be": obtained from il Loans and discounts :. :. . . : :

to'any of the real estate or other flnna etc.. are being'projeeted.. to far k rcess uf the returns realized Real Estate owned:' ... . . . . . 17531.9 j

_bOIl(! advertisements appear ID'pal"r this keep pace with the vastly least Increased' ri.iJrflhl more fertile sections of the Furniture ,and flit re.s. . . . . . 3,11525 'i
and the beet to become familiar maritime business that follow on euudtty. t'erUllxer must be used but
; with local condition way progress, the deepening of the hartW,'work on I LH tqrDa more than Justify the expenditure Current expenses .:" .'. .: : . : . 1.261.83 I

which is now actually progressing An involved: '
industries and current nappealsgs. ', Cash Account ,
.brae contemplating i removing to thin appropriation of 3MJN has been secured 'F u-pie of energy and Industry are t :

section. la through reading the Dally from the coy' Wes liar' harbor heartily welcomed,and the country's U, 5. Bonds . . . . . .$ 2200.00 .
or the, weekly,Metropolis, the' former Impao ements, t norida ;development being practically Just be- Due from Banks .. .
.
: . .. . . 58379.50
also
; which'will be sent to aJdreaa East Coast Railroad Is pledged to kUnpbere la room. ,for ail to reap the II .
) .of any expend a like amoral nICOI.OOO'' "kenttis'which' must Cash In Vault . . : . . . 39,94229 :
at the rate of (S 00 a'ear. $L1S for ... ensue as the re>
three months; the Weekly-a large 8> U now being used for this porpoae sal u.t-ut't.: such Development. Capital finds ,"I. 'n. Total available cash. . . . . ]4 i. .-. 100,521.7 ,
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Is moral certainty thai further herd Lust i 1 -. 'I' ,iii tile
.page papef-belDC'mailed for,$LM a It a approprlatlona proCtable investment; while I 282,281.9 .
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,.eU.. will be secnrsd utU the UUJrJis ta demand -and well paid. Pea :liabilities
: THE CITY or KUla harbor la In a co.dftloaate )JIb U moderate*meant'who come: ken II.

; Sprang out of thelwOdersess: aIM with ,Its Importance'from 'a commercial and'; ''r' smith tract of land.'make a I Capital stock. . .:, ... . j .. .4. 27,300.0C. :
geographical aidd' strategicalstandpoint .uwJit fruit '
howl, set out trees, and
years ago;:the railroad' haying reached -en1 Importance recognised .' Surplus . ... . : .. . . : :. . . 3,500.00
: waiting for these to come Into
1888 Prior to this
( ,.this time point'one store April,whose 15. trade. was principally by public': men at the national capital Bealiug. eugagr la'trucking, are, s>1- Dividends not called for . . . .. . 140.00

with, the:Indians, and,a few and by'all who will stady the location way.i1.without :'exception. "successfuL I Earnings accounts.. .. .,. .. . }t. . 1,433.8125,000.0p

',' scattered> *families eking oat a precar- of this port and Its relation to Insular'" And ihls'succes ''costs' leas effort thai r Bills payable. . . ,; ... . } . ( ;

Hk Iou 'livelihood by' wrecking ,and'..the and'South American commerce' to iii &b 1 er parts of the country, ,white Cashier's checks . . .. . ; .1.L . .' 994.1 a

t" manufacture of coontle starch;.were say nothing of -the; vast trade that ute'eJmaUc copdlUons render out-loot ,1\ Bank'deposits. ." . .. .. .. ; .j . 9,85438'

r the only evidences of civilisation. On muse spring Into exlsteaee'uftos asses;; the .orEl pt sslble'every'day''In'the"' .year, Certificates of deport :. : . .i. .. . 15732.68 ;
Panama
.Jal'r2S, me,: Miami'Incorporated completion" of'the the map: will .w' the iltd;!lhei health benefits of such an ::. Individual deposits: .", . . . . |c . 198.326.6fi "
A glance at J'
life thrown
t as city, '!furnishing perhaps the only open-air, ta At the same '
moat1 casual,observer'thi possibUlUesthe ,. i i $$282,281.
y instance on.record In"whiek'i fall aiP people:"who are"enjoying health ,
# ? future holds'for,tile t IIacto Ctty j I : .' tjJ1
!edged city? came into existence without amTlnoderate success la their present
,
f, first having'beei a town,: Three 'SCHOOLS AND CB1JBCBI:8 abe,,,,>.,hid. better. stay where they are.biiv s }'he.State law.requires l that'a bank.shall keep 20 per.cenb
Miami has of the' ,
aundred registered Teters are required J >' one bestpublicschools There should be weighty reasons to taanefee its with reserve'
1 ta the Stet., of deposits I In cash, or banks. This; bank; as
i- to entitle any community,to,be,called embractafboth anyone to make a move of such .. .. of't ** "
constituting the.common and high'school courses.Thejbundtags : ieople'wbo have maaalit will be seen by the'above statement.; 'has ; ver 40 per cent::
U1at'Dumber
less

city than importance '
a *.ref large and wan its depositsavailable 1 lncasiu... Na bank"in the Ibettershowing.
ventilated :
eves
a town. At a meeting held for elsewhere are not uki.J : \ I.
T.t the purpose. of' incorporation, three and'there' Is a eompeteat'corpsof .. rucaedahen, tatellbj nce sad;. 11 q t J : ; .ett;r condltloci'to se".1ts.,depositors 5 2 /

r and one-half months after 'the first teacher ,A Catholic convent. sea i Indiiary are'aa essential 't* good for- .' .1" .
..rotes end to none to.the Stats, Isis tail a ta other 'of the _
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% train reached Miami. 344 were Stiff; ere any: part "I'r
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operation, giving Instructions to Loth vex
f ease, 'TMsJmBomesml.lcro.ra.r'tJabt ; lloI"n 1
early period has "been sustained .exetiThere are also private schools ,} If 3*'Isdesired to'- -engage 'In" generalfanning'lu dl ;. 117" J I
a musical conservatory aad art school .. .! .. .. ,. ...:: ioU ... ..... 'f ,.. ., '. ,. ". -- .. '
;: throughout the eight years of the city'shistory. the raising of wheat, com, I -

so"'that every f, educational need :maybe or''u, ," peachesv apples/'grapes oroUierproJucU ,
supplied" fern are about thMyta I
f. POPULATION Era of the temperate tone ,
f.. 'Miami bust' present a resident pop 1IoarIIIWac'KMoIa' tile,--tJ.'. ( one !list cast his lot some hundreds of
Every religions deagmlisttoii: Is .., _
: represented mil i:1O;: thYnorth -
elation lathe and the cold
of between 50 and t,MM. ( accept t
e; winter-months this population .Is and the following have tha |s'part' of the t legacy of:lands t L Larb6
.
eharchi ; .
handsome butMIngir
: : Presbyterian -
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augmented by'the'add1Uoa of thousands t: where these 1 thtnpeaa be growV.:i
ofjrisltors 'of the wealthiest Episcopalian.;;:Cataallc.'M. .K Neither Is this a stock'raising
,, mostly country.
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,
-., -danea ,who come to eJOOte: Church. M.' .. ,church South'sad, The| Is ano fence' .J law.\which .. a : D'a''a 43Ouht State flank ,

Ideal climate. and the finest fishing ta Baptist.SOOfl creb.IoD to the settler of limited '
the' world: To; accommodate theee AND PEODOCT meals; and*there 'Is 'very';little :live

visitors there are D1III1eI'Oa'aaceIa 'The principal Industry'A'tals'seeUoa s > $|lathe; country,T On' thefotherntllf '

and boarding houses principal. among 'lathe growing of frutts'aad" winter & ,!t.ls'dealred.to engage ta the West Palm,Beach, Florida. 4. 'I ;

which It the.tateI7 Hotel Royal Palm ;,.e' etablel'for thstlonhsni mar enli|f. of dtras fruits, pineapples, varionitrpplcal .1 4. ..' I

and the grand new Halcyon Ran -" ketSL, >Tomatoes form the staple crop, or .semi-tropical'fruits,, :
'monumental in, ..sUe, grandeur .and.iacommudtting but then'are'lirgegusntUis'of ether th* :growing,of vegeianles at the sea i .

facilities.' ,vegetables grown, such as tomstoea7egg of3th| ,the,yeas'whea'all other'parts ;'Oldest'' Bank in Dade :County Organized i in 1893"

The population. cosmopolitan : Rpepperahraasets.{ : ; Ths country are ta the grip,of winter ,.. .
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,, every state In the Union furnishing Its planting saia'eitbidsfrom t .about JMils section offers decided: a nat, Y 1 d tt
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quota of,repr aei tau"'eL 'AD'Dol.- October i to"January'IS and the*bulk ages'over any other portion .of ,the, .

nimble foreign element Is'unknown.' of the shipments arr'sent North from United Iio-l<'States.ra.klaw'aTr..k." < + Report' of :Condition:March 15 06..t .
: ,
r"1l' CLIMATTa1V NO.lDber'UU1I1a! atthoagh, there
Itlsg,f m penonal experience being >>practically' ta he d r r

after vfeiting"California and other seeUoos seasons, seeds may be planted'or reg- .' : I: '
Ilracktug\ a trunk use beaps of.pa 3r .. > ; .;
where etables ..'die Resources j "
climatic conditions, are gathered any day year. per |1flth',tailor< made garment ,
considered at their: best, we can unhesItatlngly VSetableti'aiSbw.'usaUf; on the pIt tk Jlhem as much liken m>u's salt '

say that Miami baa the most prairie' lands, 'which are free fro ai selble. Never forget that wrinkle a Loans'and Discounts . I. . :. .1.x149,958.6 ,

perfect winter climate,la:the.United Umber and are'. ompa..4'ar. a',klid'ofmarl. andiinany other wrinkles will be avoided . 'I. ,. .. 1. . .. . 699.County .. 'I'Overdrafts.
States Cold la almost unknown, areathe .- ; ,4M of materials, remember serge ,
andSXMt rotles pack magnificently,' alpaca and City''Scrip. . -.. j. . .. 9.9,15- '
slightest,, frost i being very" rare. Fruits are'croft'" ..../t1 ..la, | "1. ,

'The warmth of summer.Is tempered which are. slightly' higher ,than the eanW'tubmere llwaya: cresses;'crumble faced cloth,'bnt'soon wants Dade CountytBonds'. . .':. .. . : ? ,25.000.06.Other .

by the .cooling bre ses from QM 'Atlantic prairies, and to this section very: neky abates ::ont" 'VeI.et'of"'eoune' ,- most ;Stock and18 nds'. ... ,j . . . ." 90.
and.; the/highest; temperature Thia rock: Is a peculiar coral* formation neve be'creased at .U. crepe de chine j'' .
and Fixtures'' . . 12,500.tj .
+: Banking House; :
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recorded by the government thermometer containing a great deal of plant food, trmv.<'isTry1,well on the whole; silks I', '
during the'summer months Is M. as evidenced by the fact that la many vary>;and'anyhow''snoold be treated .
with dlseretloa.-Householdcompatdo. t : iI
HEALTH places.range and other fruit trees are tj : Reserve ,,. '

.The' diy ranks among1 the 'first"ta to::be' lea bearing f thriftily, though Sc*.t.4:......:...*..; I I Legal. ? g'I': ,' ., "'It:,. ,
the Halted States In point of health apparently'standlng: on 'a'solid,plate rlf..,.ls It Is the fad to seek repose : '
tie Due t rom: Other Banks: :'. 80845.50 : : f; : .
There Is entire freedom.from malaria, of this rock Being of a porous or on rated mattressea.- Bags of different .
and there are no"prevailing 41....." lam yeomberystr.ctin the roots of t Colored silks are made and filled : Cash in Vaults . . ... 25.67327 106, 18.1x; t, ". I II

Those ailments"' which' are common tan & the trees 'an&IaW! t... penetrate It wit 8ewd"on'!:rtolet.: the'heliotrope skin ,of or'the' lavender,mattress.and I Total .. . ..)i. .,. ... . . 305 w
parts jaf 'the country":seem to be and draw 'IImpa.tzoai'.bi Thud bags,'which Impart to the bed adelU&ra
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here rolbt> >e4,ja ,part."of their pow., as weoJd appear Whs a'vsry'sproizditag fragrance;are tied with satin ,
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hey .usually appear ta a' mild form source.,. ?.This nek,, by the way ribbtxbs. Some of the.scented mat- i 'Liabilities .441..j7
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and rarely, .e the bad effects which makes a beautiful and durable building tre fe are most elaborate affairs, and, I ;

follow ta the"wake* of'like ff'natTilaewbere material; lid the new court house though; the dealers urge that they are Capital Stock. . . .1. . . . .$ "
eoldylor.a'mere song It strikes most
'Scarlet fever and dip- sad Jail, u well as several residences women that they must be those "..oapwta surphis and Profl's . . :. . 18.242.3
Iberia are .unknown, whfe typhoid In tM.elt7.ba11tor"; ihls stone are areiuugby' high rise opera I
fever Is rarely heard ot, It Is a desirable much admired by all Vlaltorai ',It also bird*for society's edification.Tk .' Dividends UnpaidDeposits . . .!,'. .. . . 20.0C "

place: for'those suffering ,from makes the finest road material the t . . .. . ,I. . . . 246367.7:
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lung troubles, asthma catI.m'u4 world and Dade county leads'all others -- ;
If JWM wants to Improve the shape of Certified Checks Outstanding ;, . . 811.
similar dlaeues'which are prenlestthedder la the State la mileage sad condition -
her ,the beauty euttnrlst has made .
climates Many persons affected of her highways." the ppe Mode! of doing so easy by means of a Total. . . .:, .. . .,. . 305,441.72

with these lid have come hers Ths fruits .cultivated'I are f chiefly a niael c1u1p. This same aid to beauty ,

sad have .been hatred or greatly beneatted. trap tlli nog.-)'.. 'plaeapples; Is secured round the bead and brings- Please examine this.statement carefully ana compare it with an<
,Of course, this 1s not the case gears; mangoes/nvoado r sears*and &boGt- the desired re.ult"inno:; time of our State Institutions. Thin Bank is the ouiyj Bank in South Florida

ta every instance People'die here,; uthey limes! :are largely produced.W.bsiIndigenous .. Nosei whenffabe'teethliave spread as years go to on'be, and Inserted often 'that can offer"absolute protection against burrUrr. Our vault is
"' American Bank Protection Go's
the iamoos Electrical
do everywhere'elae, No country "to the country, they. thrive quite a different aspect Is given to the Alarm protected System by with private daylight alarm in case of "hold up" Beaides
ass yet tea dlzeovered'when people with little or no:culUvaUon.Citrus face and.to the nose as .weO. Insurance
POliCY.
"' -. L we, carry a large Burglary '
are Immune from death and disease. trees'will require'from three'tQ five I j.

U the same time. It' m&7 W truth years after planting to produce fruit 0,1: .A_Uvely' :Tuesle, ', t '; aWe

tally said that the conditions tending Plneapples,'.wbIeb grow 'a 'a "plant ."llfvtJa.t. :: have installed a Sayings; Department paying 4pt I cent/on: deposits
old raCe
to general'healthfutaeas ale as favorable somewhat resembling the.e.ctu. and enemy of the Con- ; Write for of Rules
stlpauon, often ends ta appendicitis. \. on these accounts.. ;:::: a copy, uur .and.Regulations
as ta:any,section of the.coaatrr.,: which an propagated by setting slipsor To avoid an serious trouble with des .
..' and far'more so than in most 'suckers,.bear filth, It. months 1It!"'. .Iber and Bowels, take Dr. King's 'a'!' z 1

Ttiai aTr8 TDTURB ,.1' .: planUng. Ja"Ws"IeCtIca'Der New;:Life Pills.They perfectly regulate '
.tMlamt | these organs,11 without pain" or P :
poaestiea.R- modern ta the there
.eoaven- are grown open,, being no discomfort '
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