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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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System ID: UF00076097:00337
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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f Ur. C., F. Forsjfth Threw Bottle Overboard From Steamship Comus, f taNGY V 1 HAlFWAY E Those Who Are Offering Bargains Jhrouril i Columns of The I

Last Saturday-Was Found On Beach Yesterday, and Metropolis -

and WhatYou,, Can From ''Them=Sews I
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Delivered to His Wife Here-Peculiar I IIt Incident: learn : Bra.
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Decided r pennants f "it- Meeting In An Endeavor to Settle Differ- Have Interesting Scheme,I That Will Please All.I .


List M'rht-Good' and Bad ences Without a Prolonged. ,
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Is a frequent thing for boWes Whoever finds the. bottle and tellvers Crek', I J {

4ontalnlnsj messages to be thrown overboard the letter, or mallilt so it win reachIts it Will bj e lrat.JdAdllrtisinr ; Strike-District Pre:; The Metropolis a desires to call at Hubbard Cheatham, the "
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from vessels and other crafts address, will receive a rejrard'of i* tention to the advertisement of some
at MM, MOM of them not being found $: cash. C. ?. VorifOL /f.' 8.,- Dettrev Hakes a of Miami's leading merchants appear cnownJ. haberdasher aU4 'mater' di1gb .
..for: : ,.,... The majority of such BM. This will be thrown erboar off tog In Its Issue today and la whtei grade mea'a dodging. 111 a fqJ1
sages ten of ahlpwrecka: 'excitingperieaoes. R' Miami. Fla, Saturday morning. April Rules Were Statement many splendid bargains to Blot ..g. page' ad tent of lO otbis latest .
etc. aad the moet of them Tth." x cloths and other articles of,wear are ''patterll" and Invites the'
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bear but little truth beIq ,the product Accompanying the note to the finder Hide. 'Today; offered the public., -' mate &Ia InapecUon.' Mr' Cb.athsm>
,of eon Joker or person wtth an"tmaghutrrt was the letter addressed to Many probably lin'a1rea47 -pei. ,Is one or JIJamI' old t&DorI
) bests .C.' F. Forsytb.-Mlaml.PU The rasa -' rued the ad of Anthony-Boaxfh.,. It 'genta'furnisher.. sad ita goods and '"
ODe" however, that to fenulne was brought the letter to the city and -- takes up almost a lull page, but every 'qua1W tit and eaUsfaetionIt mesa .,
found OK the,beach yesterday'by a 'delivered It to Mr. J.CJMerealth. constructing : line of It contains information ad don't ten yon n11 you want to know his
workman employed by the 1/'. E. C. engineer of'the F. E. C. The regular! monthly meeting of tae !New' York April 11- 'The scale valuable to the prospective buyer.who 'more eu be learned 1a
Hallway and brought to the city it Railway extension who, by a strange Merchant Association last night was to always looking for bargains and eatab11lhment. )1
.contained a menace to the finder and coincident resides In a house owned productlve.-of several matters of general committee' anthracite mine workers the best figures obtainable In, goods. The Metropolis Ja brtaltmc :

sealed letter to the wife of the tunedepodUng by Mr. Fourth on Fourteenth street Importance being given ,action began consideration today of, th. To those who hare not already done thouaand circulars for Job He"en
It la,the waters of the Atlantic. Mrs. Forsyth Is a pelt of the Rutherford end consideration. counter proposition of the operators so the Inducements offered to, this ad Bro.. the well bon relita" tarnish.6
and Mr. Meredith had the letter One of jibes* was a decision to begin to arbitrate. Only two questions are' are commended. era and shoe dealers which will tell i
The message wae written by Mr. C. delivered to her there. _' the early;evening closing of /being I' Another attractive ad offering some the public of one of their latest adaa
considered the
.F'. Forsyth on board the steamer Co- -She corroborated the genuineness of houses May 1, and continue the lam difference 04 I really' excellent bargains and setting tiling schemes In which all
ems of the Atlantic Steamship Line the leter and message by stating'that until November 1, all houses closing wages and the method to adjust the forth just what they' are. 'price etc, Interested. It will pay; yon should to be :J
ea route from New York to New Orleans ner husband was a passenger on board at 6 o'clock each evening in the wee I complaints. to that of Sordine A Quarterman.the Inquiry about the same at their make
and was as follows: the steamer. Comas en route from except Saturday. The public wart 1 It is believed that the plan will not well known dry goods dealers and mil of business on 12th street place)
"On voyage New York" to New Or New York to New Orleans on a business asked to tend the movement their sap- be acknowledged.by the miners with liners. The public Is too well acquainted AU the other MvertisemenU J
--."April 7. This Is' written onboard trip. She paid the'reward olft port by doing an,their purchasing: before out'a modification, but District President with this house and Its repu pearing la the Metropolis ap "
the above steamship Thursday offered by Mr. Fbrsyth to the finder that.hour. Dettrer Bald- Litton to live up to Its announceme-t mended to the public as ,each are com :
.p. ,m.: trod will ,beast Into'the sea and'deliverer of the message. Anothef! Important matter''coming I "The miners don't want to strike of goods and prices j to need special every one of them contain tofbrmaUom any '1
before the-'association was a communication lad' will go as far u tae operators comment If yon hare not alreac you should know. Look them over
from "the State Credit Men*I to prevent one., It to likely the miners noted' this ad yon will profit by doing sand you will become ebnrlnced of CIa Ij
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NEW YORK'STRAFFIC .Iff"GEORGIA WO DER" Association relative to credits, out action bill concede something If the operators so.' i fASUjTFOflj f ';l
.' wan deferral It wae decided show a concOatory spirit and ]
"eYlIII".ao. devote more attention agree to a more liberal arbitration
MYSTIFIED MIAMIAUUt than heretofore f to credits' It to the I plan." POS1PONED ..L; T-----

PROBLEMti purpose ;Sof merchants to give credit President Mitchell, of the United
: to all worthy persons but to eliminate Mine "Workers,'to silent but not per EXERCISES i
z ) ."It II thos4 that are not la this way turbed,over the situation. UNTILJUNE
both themerchants and those worthyof t.- DEWEY FINDS n

consideration will be given protection STRIKE FORCIla,RAILROADa TWRDr;: i t

SCHEME ON FOOT TO ELIMINATE I : fu this end the name of anunworthyIpersons ,, 'TO HALFTIME ,, t
Reading. Pa. 11
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will be printed la tteparGLeta
[I EAST RIVER ALA FACTOR- IN I 'Anale_May',Abbott, known as the pamphlet;form for ass of merchants of the Reading Railroad shops *

l "'GeorII&Won.te" !"" delighted. Interested la ascertaining who are worthy of ladulgencfraad were put on.half time to.la1011 account AMOS
THE SITUATIONMANY OTHER. :: those who', are not.. m1aWled ,
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,quite,a large audience Southern Cross I ,
Chapter U. D.; C.
'" ,Tne,matter of advertising in clue ,, COMMISSIONS-DUE HIM IN
PLANS SUBMITTED at theauditorium last':night py REACHED met la COL.
fled.perlodicais.ame up and It was AGREEMENT regular session yesterday, afternoon + t
a demonstration o* her,unknown power .I decided jjo approve of the advertising v- '''"-,' i> MN OHIO ,DISTRICT at 3 o'clock la the Fair build! _LECTINQ d
,, by performing feats.of''strength 1 I which was done recently In the Fed wheeling;\vir+ Va.April 11 An tug with the president Mrs. R. cj '
that no one else In the world Is capable leration #f Labor Journal, and In' fllI agreement been reached between May la the chair. 1] MEMORIAL GROUNDS OF SO IT

.. New York ,April 11 One of'the of Join*. By placing her hands I ture to yUlow merchants to advertise the miners and operators of the Fifth The treasurer was Instructed to order f
most far reaching -f'the lightly on the,back of a raised chair.!.Ia and patronize that publication, the Ohio subdlstrict, led the strike along two head stones for two Confederate }
schemes. now under discussion for many the several men were finable to, press It I I county ;fair list the city directory,, the eastern Ohio border to fast diminishing. veterans who sleep In the Miami
solution of New Turks transportation to the floor and holding a billiard j telephone'; directory and Royal'Palm The wage 'scale has been cemetery. f New York; April ij- Amos W. It-
problem deals with the practical elimination cue lightly'in her bands.Mr.'M. D. periodical I signed by several of the largest-mining Mrs A. H. Adams and Mrs. Pi well has brought suit against,Major.
of the East River u a factor. Price and several other, strong men .The Miami Cigar Co, through: President companies. Montague were elected delegates N, General Greenville M. Dodge for the :;
la the situation. The troubles of met the same fats in trying to force' Cbten.. extended an Invitation !the State division U, D. c., which convenes recovery of f 23.000,1 which the coin ;
,Brooklynlte who hare to come to I it doW'BwanL)/Another demonstration I for thexnembers; of the association GREENE AND GAYNOR CASE I In Orlando on May 3. j I plalnant claims, to due him u com '1
K".M>tT tare been Increasing. iwias the rfaflare of seventeen men to vltltihls: cigar factory and to somi GOES TO JURY TOMORROW Under existing circumstances It mission. ( ,
Already Brooklyn Bridge to taxed In a line to push Mrs Abbott againstthe extent familiarize toemselves with tae was decided Impracticable to hold Shortly after the victory of Admiral :3
to Its utmost capacity. There to BO wall though standing but a few operations of neh'u Institution. Tne Savannah'April 11 The Greene memorial services April It and the Dewey at Manila Bay on May 14S9J. 1
l room on It for more cars, and evenI Inches from ,It Several men first Invitation was accepted. It was further and' Gaynor case It Is reported will go ceremony of strewing now n on/the and after the return! of Admiral Dewey '.;
singly and them decided that inasmuch the Board to the:Juryt at-.11: o'clock tomororw of and his
If there',were the, structure to not together could not as graves our dead was postponed until fleet ( Mr.- AtweU pi-'
strong enough to sustain any additional lift III'&.Abbott from the floor. while of/TradJK had become, operative :and morning. Judge Speer began hla Jefferson Davis' memorial day, on pose of the officials; of Norwich tint .I:i
burden The opening of the on the f other' haad. she easily lifted one-'of[tl.tl 'prtme movements win '-o charge to the Jury today wblchbe June 2.Mss. ;i varsity that a fund.-ft raised as a '!
Vi5Hlamsbarg Bridge tasi made" no a J.Dumber of heavy men seated on the securing of cigar factories for Mi concluded tonight or -early tomorrow Maude Coachman chairman of memorial to the Admiral and his
appreciable diminution In the demands a, chair. and handled them In'other ami. that the association sire it their morning. the committee on work for the Sold achievement Norwich University

oa the older span, and by the time ways', like they were',children.' A hearty t cooperation to that and another 11 iers' Home in Jacksonville, laid her was the' school at which Admiral 1- .:
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the third bridge Is completed the number of othw demonstrations ;'movements beneficial, ito the Mr. O. W. Glbb. the genial manager plans for a cake sale before the chap Dewey received his early training. It 1
traffic wfll bYe Increased so that the I the strange pom with which she to city;: !fit: I of the Acme Billiard Parlors, win ter and secured promises for several was formerly at Norwich Vt. but subsequently
situation will be u bad u erer. possessed were Siren.during the eve, -One b.ember was assessed a'be'of' leave soon with Us wife.- for",their cakes moved to, Ncrthneld. Vfc. .
;To remedy.the.existing-difficulties: :ning. : 110 for| olatsg the rules governing. northern home. .r4 1: many friendswflUb I Miss Coachman will be glad to receive According to the complaint, the prop
t many plans hare been suggested I --- Two-new ':members were taken,Into ? (pleased! to,,ktow, however donations from any one feeling caution of "Mr. Atwell was that he :
t'j an of.them hare been found more or f' DR., FARIS A CANDIDATE 1 I i the association and after transacting that they will return next fan,',when I disposed, to assist in this worthy would collect the fund, but wasto ,
IMS Impracticable.'. It to BOW thongat .ibullD8 :ofi'< minor- .Importance themeeting Mr.Glbb'win resume charge of the apse '. i}I'I'I receive 60 per cent thereof for his
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that the remedy;lies la tree passage Makes Announ.iMirtOr Member ofBard adjourned.: ___ BUllari: Parlors_again _H I I The chapter adjourned to meet hereafter time and trouble. (jThls It to alleged ..,
t of can from one borough to another of educationAt n In the Fair building the second was accepted by the Board of Trus

., t collecting passenger-'at'their doer Tuesday In each_month at'3: p. m.j tees and Mr. Atwell heallies, was _

,,J steps and depositing them at their the argent request 'of 'friends FIFtY THOUSAND H HOMELESS S I so fortunate as to {raise $100,000. Of ;
LIRE[
,, '5 ae.nnauoahnoamwtng tnemoat; Dr. w:..'W. FkriL'IlUtor'of the Presbytertaa ; FOR MEMBER COUNTY i this amount It to stated 50.500() wax
4 ta oae mass to fight for eeats In another Church announces today his BOARD OF EDUCATION given by Andrew Carnegie. "
ear, The ant step toward' this'fonged4orresolt candidacy for membership on the The complaint iaHeges! that the i
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I will It Ja said be the county board of education, subject to To thePeople or Dade County: |" plaintiff received his allotted fifty percent 1
driving of'a,(tunnel from Old Slip the action of the Democratic primary THE LOSS REACHES --S20 000000 Urgent request for use of my name commission on' the 50.000 rafted .

In Manhattan'to Bedford Avenue In election'May,15. "' : ; at the coming Democratic Primary exclusive ot r. Carnegie' gift :a
Brooklyn. This" tunnel to to be 'Dr.- Farts ,U 'one of.?the* foremost as-candidate for membership in the but his eommllll on that gift "u
reached on both 'sides' of the, river teachers and men of education In the county board of public Instruction, denied him. He e4 the trulteee 1
which will finds me not well equipped either Its to comply with qremellt bat, he
by subways, form a huge county. He has been foremost for a
circle.' '. ,' nnmoer of years In upbuilding and Is thefjlesult<<: of Eruption By Vesuvius in italy-Panic Prevails inNaplesPrisoners partisan or as offlce-seeker. But itjto i alleges this was t4tased. For that 'i
The question still undecided Is development and has shown great In. true that I have had lOme,esperleace reason the snit wee brought against
whether this circle to to be completedon tereet in all educational matters. No Break Jail and Workmen Flee in FrightCatastrophe as an educator; and U, as such, the .Gen. Dodge, as pre Ident ot the Soar
its northern aide' b1 another.tunnel man to better fitted morally and Intellectually people want my service In the modest t of Trultee. It I expected that tM
...: 'or tl1 the mIUamlburr, bridge: for membership on the county : is Wide Spread. but Important office indicated, I know suit will be argue 011 the May calendar
Both, schemes hare their advocatesand board of education than Dr. Farts, "I of no sufficient reason for refusing In the Sup me Court.
whichever is adopted 'the effect and if elected es such will fill the office \ this service I ,do not feel the pUre
on the present bridge crush fa' exported honorably and intelligently and to I of office, and I can not contend for COUNTY'ICOURT
to be tremendous. : the best Interests of ,all concerned. I office; but I stand ready to respond
U- -( 1 Naples, April 11It to" reported creased during the night and a coating to any reasonable request to serve. Plaintiff WOn Suit n Replevin Case- r

. l? Closed After Nlns Years NOTICE _, here Jbat Sarno, in the province ,of of cinders and ashes to a.depth The rest Is up to, you Today' Session
,- The'Ererglade Hotel ,operated'for: Salerfity,. has been totally destroyedby of four inches covered the roofs and W. W. Fans
Notice Is hereby given that the barber : Miami Fla.. April 11.SPEQIAL. After spending 1J of fa
the past several years by Mrs.) R. 9. thf eruption of Mount Vesuvius. It ground toJa) All railroad serviceout yesterday
; Flanagan closed Its doors yesterday i chop of ]the undersigned will was }possible to" verify the report. of the city is interrupted and engineers the trial of the r pleTin suit of M.
;; for the Irst time since It opened to close at eight o'clock at night except this tbbrnlng.At refuse to take out transon J. Yarborough T J. D. Cobb the

'1; the public) nine year ago. and la the Saturday nights, when they will close 14 o'clock this morning the 'pan- account of the darkness caused by E. A. Perry wishes those who know Jury late yesterday aternOOl1 brought
at!,ten., Sundays 'we shall close at In a verdict gtTfn pl4lntltr damages
future ic maples was increasing. ;Prison the heavy fall of ashes.
win give her attention
to themanagement him to make note of the fact that|
of her 11 a. m. No shop will be opened before era IpJ the city lull mutanled, from he In the sum of '16: and directed the
own house, cornhnown has branched out for himself.
monlj as the Ererglade' Annex seven o'clock on any morning.- fright. nd succeeded Id breaking open LOSS OF PROPERTY present" I have charge of the fAt defendant to returp to plaintiff an of
at the. corner of Arenne Cland: This agreement goes into effect on the dfyrs of the building, but were TWENTY MILLION Billiard Parlor 311 Twelfth Acme the property 80 rqplnlned b7 htm.
Monday April 16th and continues until subJiieil by the guards. Double guardsmereappolnted Counsel for defe dent at once cave
Thirteenth street The the
Everglade Daniels
December 31, 1906.Youngs ., block and in 'connection notice ot a moUo for a trial after .
} has always been one.of the popular to keep them in or Naples April 11The loss to i rep- will handle real estate. But as son which new
*_, houses of the city and on that account Ic. Thompson. A. Colby Gal- der. p erty caused by recent volcanic outbreaks as a desirable room can be 'secured I I an aoljo nment was taken
until
lat I Gait!, Wm. Pent the morning
fl It win evidently not remain closed Employeee of the tobacco factory at this place Is estimated at I will open up an,, office where parties
H rery long. f here|today. thinking that the roof about twenty million dollars and it is having property ,for sale or rent' 1 On the conTenln of CODrthla mora-
I An Automobile Accident of Me?building was about to fall In reported tnat about fifty thousand people will be pleased to handle the lug the cue of G 1'ea y. Fogg was
I ;A bicyclist was run Into and considerably tram the weight of accumulated ashes same. taken up. It Is suit In foreclosure
II: A Lucky Social I hare been made homeless. E.A.Perry, first door east of Iroqaols
: bruised and his bicycle demolished I oC lien, plaintiff b Ing represented by
flei In panic communicating their
:The.Junior League of the First M. Hotel, 311 12th street Miami.
E. Church.wIQ give a moonlight town by an automobile -on Avenue 'rearsfio many others, and the police OTTAJANO AND VICINITYA G. A. Worley an defendant b1 Col1V

,i fete at the home ol Rev. and'Mrs. D late yesterday afternoon The were tequlred to restore order. HEAP OF RUINS Mrs. J. C. Monmonler and ion. W. Erwin. t was unllnIshed at

itPorter., Friday night ,April 13.:,* Ice the automobile coast and belonged at a point up i Sot ldHPread Is the catastrophe Naples. April 11-Late advices state Eaton who have been in the city the. noon recess.Benner
2t'cnam and home-made cake. 13 cents was en route'from the that JV will require an organized bodyof 'that Ottajano and vicinity are strong sometime visiting Mrs. ilonmonller's I
city at the time of.the accident, the on hundred thouhand men and the but of ruins. Four feet of aU Line
: 'Thirteen children will assist the superiatendent a heap sisters Mrs. Q. D. BrOssler and ra. ,
driver of the.machine I Schooner Phillip Brooks will load
f In giving the social. Yon ) according to expenditure many million dollars ashes and sand cover San Jnlsseppe V. A. Rutherford, and her brothers, '
.;;. are Invited and win be made'welcome witnesses being entirely at fault No to raise the houses and erect temporary The inhabitants of Torredel and Greco the Messrs. Burr left J last night I for April 17 And Ian April U from New
arrest was made. for the thousands of refs York to Miami rest, with cargo of
l.IS times 13. Come. feats are waiting for steamers to escape their home in BUUmore. ,
-- gees, bow here clear the roofs of the from the danger., -, general mercban Be. Space on this
Special notice !s then that aH water bulldiOgs that may yet be saved and I vessel CU be red b1 notifying
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,$', For Sale Cheap Piano and house- service:not paid ;for'by the 16th extricate- the' bodies from the ruins Ident has sent a cable messagVof con N.A.Benaer ot C '. 11 Water street
; -bold effects. See R. 'C. Me Griff at last, wit be discontinued without any and harry them. PRESIDENT 'ROOSEVELT dolence to the King of Italy upon the New York or G 1':' ,Cook., agent
N electric Tight plant exception. Jno. N. McGonlgle snpt Thi eruptions from the volcano to- SENT CONDOLENCE havoc o' life occurring from tae Ve- at'MlamL N. A. Benner ot Co. em-
Washington. April .11 The Pree- snvtns eruption. e'al agents

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B. TATPM. PRESIDENT. S. BOBO DEAN' SEC.-TRU5.j
THE II I A 311 PRINTING COMPANY_ The Grandest Clearance Sale 1

U. S.
The most Southern newspaper: published on the mainland of the

.j i j PUBLISHED! EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY


One 'I by man .CIRCULATION tS.()() Three RATES month .-.... H-M

year .......... .10 Miami
1 Blx- months .r.'.;.' .-J.60 One ureekfl by carrier In : the History of -

t Advertising Kate* made known on application. .

BUILDING' ,
TELEPHONE ,79. OFFICE: METROPOLIS_ :
- Opposite the Court HOUM
i 412 and W.'f..inh Street ;_

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1906! Thousands'of dollars' worth of,goods to be sacrificed in orde r to reduce r immense
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I <'" I MAKING A NEWSPAPER PAY. stock. Every one knows our policy is to carry no,: goods over from seaso to season.'

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In telllnz the South Carolina Press Association how thUImpress to: make. a news. Anything will sell !if you will make the price lo}v _enough' and in this sale we offer
advice save
Raper pay. A.,B. Jordan among other good .

lust, "and honorable upon debt'tnat delinquents: you. the expect fact that them the to dollar pay It they the very owe day you It is U a at ,absurdly low prices the best, class of goo s.Goo J s. or national 1 reputation' and


-. 'lust due. business Beat 'it methods'Into them.' and. dealings Demand from the business them the world same demands prompt,, of honest.you. makers most every one know to.Ie:: the best. All merchants hate to s ::11 goods at

the 'same stern; rigid Inflexible business -
employ
Let them methods,understand.In management that you of your business that are employed by a sale but-in order to reduce stock' and turn goods into dish, .this has .to be .done

the great'financial corporations _. world. and then will the accounts on .
'c your subscription book be worth dol ar for dollar your paper will commandadmlration'aad occasionly.1: Our stock' is larger and better than ever, and in order to reduce stockas '
respect of every,one:who reads it, the publisher will natural- I'. I

'Ii be drawn'into closer union with the leading business business men of his methods community will quickly as possible the prices have been cut, MUCH than ever before
aDd those of his patrons who scorned him for lax LONER
,admire him for his strict adherance to common business principles." _
'The Pensacola Journal commenting on Mr. Jordan' statement lars:
: Carolina bas told'tb ,whole secret of newspaper -, '

paper-The prosperity., have South had Too an. idea many newspaperman that newspaper because men their, particularly business was those small of the there smaller was: Alfred Benjamin j and Snellen- : q ;i Paragon( & Blooms .Mens. Pantsi .

methods which everyone realizes must. .
not the necessity for trlct,business berg ClothingTwo
:and'do obtain In'the'larger business enterprises. !I These pants are the ,absolute best, in the
made. A .newspaper business Is; world and no tailor could
-No; greater mist te,has ever been : giVe.
of the famous makesln the
.most
Just like any. other business and it must be conducted on the same business: yi i you a better fit or weareVS.oo. $4 95
hesitate to press the collection of a S. Every suit guaranteed ; and .
principles. Many newspaper'.men 7 00 6 oo pants for.. ..
mall subscription.account'because they are afraid that the subscriber wilt as to style, fit or wear. $14 90 -

.become offended and'atop his paper. It' does not seem'.to occur to them 25.00., '20.00 iS.oo suits. i The ve ry'thing r for business wear. Good ,I
not a small account he certainly can not pay a fast colors and good wears s
that U a subscriber can pay Such worsted, flannels I
as imported fancy ;
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large one,;and that If he ls not going to pay at al the best thing that can broad cloths 5' 00,'..*4 50 and 'fours .doll r.$3.45Shoes ._
etc. '
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''be Jane'Ii to'stop' his.p per..' Other newspaper' men are afraid to ask loi I serges 16.00. 1'5 00 and fourteen $ l.90he I pants for,J". . ,. :, .,!' .
their-advertising", ,:what they ,think It Is worth it. ne\er seeming, to : .... .
have occurred to them that'if they can not get what it_ I* worth they mightU suits for : U,. U .. I '3 '50-and"jj I: 00 'pants'for. '2% ''( O' .

well go out of basinesIt "**-* ** *"*. .,: "r"- These.a e finely made" and 'very thing 1 ,FWlyl I t twp;f.1 hundred patterns _- :$ / 95 7

1.a healthy; sign'of the time ,thaj .these Idea.+ ;are.changing and for business wear. pot such to select rcmi,.for. J. ./ ''.' J :
that the newapaperRinen*generally are learning to do bus nesstln'tbe same ; '
j; left. $6.90 1;
a quantity 12 50. fo oo '
that other business men do. :This is apparent In the Improved J appear 'fijs''pants ;
way' that.fact .will render. iGmuchgharder) : : and 9 oo suits for .j. .. .,. ., divided:. 01 r entire:>stock
ance'of the:pipers !piemselves and fort ,' 'J. 0.
11 i the old class of newspapers, to- get along than, *It: ;has',- -'' ever-:'*'Jf been* before." f A few !'1els'its., !flhese. into 3 prices. [60c. 9 jc) and ,$1.20 I .
will be'sold 'in order close $4.90 -
Ui : to : :

OPPORTUNITY' IN'Ttte;> Uhf. J at'. .,:.? .;... .]. ...tw' .,. ...c. 20. per I cent",disc on all ,boys, .dothjna :'

:f -i Probably, nothing gtveaa better Idea of the tremendous development l
which await the .South.than does,thorough appreciation of the'fact that t
.
only-aoout one-th1rd'the term land in ,the .Southern'State*''are Improved;; Shoe Our biggest stock is in our shoe depart-: ShoJsShoes .
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;: lad 'the further fact th .t'ti e area,termed farm land ,i*but,a amall! propot| ._ .. d
Uon of the land which' will some day be. reclaimed and made ferUle:": e ment.and. we have been known in Miami, r j I' :
The -wealth and opportunity awaiting the future generations:of this
." to not only the largest stock but..the
the country: in. del carry
wonderful empire are"equalled, : in:no section of even t -
ree_- What other section has poured into its lap every year' $650,000,00o1 Shoes Shoes best wearers and BEST fitters in the''' city. Shoes
new:money, from one' croP alone! ,A staple which the" world. .alway6needsitid ShoT'
which it Is constantly using In Increasing quantities.'. The aggre ; 1
gate.of the "cotton:crop',must.grow annually, and the revenue from. ,it must
Increase In proportion. And thIs'll but one Item. The South because of (
Its salubrious! climate and varied fertility of soil;' yielding"so;many_different: Walk-Ovcr, Packards,, Edwin [Clapp 'I Krippendorf Ladies
]dads of product, 1* the cheapest place to live for.labor generally, and ail '
and Keith'sand Shoes
much of It. especially this Immediate part of 1W ha inexhaustible supplies of Shoes
,
,fuel, 1* core to becomes-11a9, the great manufacturing center of the nation;. : them' es '
.
: Krippendorf ladies shoes*; ,anexcellentWallnpver
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raise what other secUons of the countryldo not ralsej ZO0hairof dwi-C1a
The South not only p
assortment to chooie from.
but It raise a'those ;things,which they do:raise, a* wheat, corn,.hay i and ,,1Packaid's' and- ;'Keith's, '" ', f ami it $6 and' CC.' 1C. Worth $3.00 and 3.5Ojat.........$2.45
i fruit*. *R ha great'mineral wealth: ; ,U humors, umber wealth,than:ant other make Shoes noted as $2 95'' ., $7 shoe at.1.. A few Ladies' High .Shoe. '
' other section of,the country live the Pacific Coast, ,and!c'this, 1.*_ almost inaccessible $3.50 and $4.00.. seller' to go "at.-. worth Z50 and 3.00 for:.;;..'...$1 I .95'
because of the Coat of"altni.: J. .Big- line' of men'' *- shoesto close 95 Clapp slioi* are noted Big- 'line .of Iadies..hiteox '$2.95

.' l'at, '.c..if...... .-.. ,i. *....".-.d.Children's ..$J.i I ; :f t:r i stjle and wearing f..ids to close. at$L35i$1.45at....
they
itjr ana cost
Only very close friends will come to 4In'e with yon without an lnvita;f. r qua '
..
J .more to make, in the fac All: shoes dot .safegoat l
'lion; and only veryloyal ,customers, wt'l.A come to your store.unless you ask "' Shoes-and tot r than any otber shoe : on
them'to do.1O.1' -_ .r' inrnited State today .
e and on to .
.
The women know what you have to sell this week a* well a* they knot Oxfords' Diamond-brand l five UWft. '
''what attraction Is playing at their. favorite theatre.:.::.and they keep track of' .v Jar..hoesto&o j '
.. $3 95 16
.... .... .
for.
I!boUabYre&dtnctheals., "E I 95C for 51.00, crll25''boe95c': ( .
.. ** ** .t.
: r ;- pi .. \<< ., *. *
There never was a time when the future of,the South looked,brighter ':;. |1'251'1 !,$1.-W: ;.J.50. 14,. $L60 111'1'25 1 1 .: I t i _69 l Gaea of .the>c te tttN .
.There was never a time when more'people were looking to It for Investment s : katber. r d t.st
or talking about It. and thinking about it. I.45 for $I.75.;42.00, $2.25 shoes |.45 ;: widtte I per cent I discount''
.
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uJI r t ,t 3'jr .
Remember you can register until,the 30th:and pay your poll tax .
and Including Saturday May 5. It will be'necetsiry for all unqualified cu,1 :
_Izens to do *o before: they.can .vote In the,primary'and'election Mans .Shirts Trunks and suit Men's Hats'

':The Easter'edition of. the'P: l&coI&JJourual:; ;last Sunday';,was a mo \ f John B. tetson and Knox
; excellent effort In newspaper production, hut-that 1* 'an,'every day occijirj i 100 men's fine shirts in assorted b.l L'. [l. 5 and 6 dollar hats

rente with the Journal, which_Isaac.' of the best, papers In the State antf patterns, mostly' Manhattan I I. to close aiBros. ., .. ...4.35
South for that matter. M and Royal Palm are : $20.00 trunk and suit case i for IU.S5 I
l :;worth 2.00 and 2.50 I AK f! 7pM n8.00 trunk and cult case for $11.40 Young 3.oo. and 3.50
The Jacksonville Metropolis discussing the complexion of the next StaiJ i
Closing price. . .. *' n.oo .runs: and suit case i for $9.60r felt hats sale O 4
Legislature and .pea:1nc'of the interest manifested In the presidency the 85
.
I"' no.oo.trunk and suit ease i for $ s for. . .. .
.Senate_of that.body' name' Hon. F. M,HnJ m. of Brevard county, but nw Big Line of, Majestic Shirts, ';1 36.00 trunk rind suit.case for 18.40 'aJthlS.
residing in. Miami a* one of the several member mentioned for the hon<& '
to close out $5.00 trunk and suit case* for $3.15 All hats a'at. '
The Metropolis_ kiows ,of,no ,man m}re !Itted,intellectually morally, I 1.10(
Had .. . .. ., .. 13.50 trunk i nd suit case for $2.80 20 pCl' discount"
to fill this important position among( our State lawmakers than Mr..
'son. ||
nlil -Sweet Orr and Railroad Overalls I worth 75 cents vtaists '
Cfl 5' shirt
Communities, like,men, are ,subject to affliction, but _Tampa ,80. boys shirts, boys
have more than Iti share.:. It has a number of member.who are sufferlog for. . . . ... . :. . . .OUUScrlven

from a moral distemper;which_neither time nor climate can'relJ y They 'Elastic-Seam drawers worth seventy-five I washable sui stjo .

have no good within themselves nor can see any in others.'. They fling their cents-for. : . ? . . : . .' . .60c at 0 cent discount
nauseating microbes to the.winds caring not who may"suffer from the dreadcontact Only three of the above to one customer go per, ,
c- :, They are,.disseminators_ & of maliciousness irresponsible.to hoar
5' man. .They _attempt to thwart progress whenever their blindness will: ] rmlt.them '
2 'to l.1enWyIL. Their ambition is to scatter ratber than' to gather Our stock i is!I sc o large that we cannot in this space jive on all goods. We ask t at you give: us a

They' delight !discord.even though the rasp draws Innocent blood mh call before buying as we guarantee to save: many dol]l I ars in your purcihase
every twist "They play on'the'ignorance of the. ignorant and have alRf
; PrifS
,the virtues of ,their 'black list If our progenitor. could have eonteI: ljd)I CASH and. CASH ONLY ; | these pries

the_fact that such monstrosities, were to appear on earth.in.the garb ::II'tin. .
then. possibly we would now have a language that could in a degree desc& e ,
the lepers here referred,to. Thepeople of Tampa can recognize th

however. (the alacrity _with, which they .attempt' to":VIII.;every UJove< +t; (
for the good; and prosperity of,the city that is started, The; ,Metroi ollpathlzes ifi Jo Anthony= RomfhJomany.
with Tampa,:bnt can go no'farther; b c usett'hu'a lot ofgrnntlert. '#s-
baek-biting,woold-be town killers ot Its!>'II'1l.ib. t it knows not Br

to: deal .with..: Knock,\knock;; knock Is their. ..raotto.... They.tI.lient1y'; c-tne
\ } ntoth, world that wav and hare'never. .outgrowa'ihe habit bat Miami, eTampn :1. .
cost'neer 'to reie and develop,'despite.their_ effort, tt',do aUherartn IWElIH
rh-y can. and prevent.Its progreM. Let 'em knock::they:will'kljckthemselve :,228.230 : STREET : s. ,. MIAMI. FLORIDAI

out some.!ay. .,. ... t.t': : -- i71.. .. -'

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DAILY MIAMI METROrOLtS WEDNESDAY. APRIL. 11. 1906
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WasbingtQn.Jetter I 1

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Jncprofeionsa ""
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From Our Regular Corn fondent I : : -
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C Washington April 11- "Uncle Joi it has seen In the past fortnight! >::-:-; .: :,:, "..,,, -,- ,- i
J. J.twncn dc' =I.w.iri.., aeph' has come to the front with an That is aSbut} as clear as the wakeof \ : ': "

AT LAW explanation. He says that anyone i a catt&stampede on a dusty day. (
t who think he was hinting at tariff revision -' No: one dires oppose the leglsaltlon \ / .
"' t11 r.e0e.ta.neuvp.et.t.sa.hd. *.1i 1 0
in hU remarx out West tne 1 but the Railroads are determined to .
i.' .....,sils.WC.arera.atataasaa". p.d.oua. other day hal another think coming 1 have'jthe late bill shaped to suit theiren.s \.. '."' ".
1' ana-. and had 'better get it to Operating and pose ends of course will be| a _. ,
r t.*o quick Tariff revision wffl;come, he served by:;;any provision for a court I ,
says'in his usual firm but kindly man-i review thkt| will enable them to take! .
(. a. H. SEYMOUR: I B. .K ATMS SOS ner. It will come when he is ready i the; unlu ky shipper Into court.and Wearing] the L ci Or la t ''
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your
f & Atkinson for it and not before. And that 11't t near him,out In litigation. Some of'I <
Seymour ,
not be at the present session 0:, Con'1 the supposedly opposition Senators ,
fAtto'meys'and. (re.... )lr, Cannon Intimates thatwhen' ,have cornel out strongly for the, rate old Derby or :It's Summer's, r
the subject of tariff revision is 1 bill sincere Incorporation of a review :
;V' ; .Counselors At,Law broached there will be all sorts of peo-t i amendment seems assured that. one ', Soft Hat'
L.; ? jdal: itMtkM' to civil practice 1a neowu, pie and parties to be heard from and I is tempted; to wonder wnether after :, .yet Straw 'hat ( Straw
... .
: J .awe eder&1. that partial revision U out of the all that_wa,1 not the thing: they were
i::. :Rpoms. 5,6,7,FriMell. Bldff.,Miami question. When the,tariff i* revised waiting for and that a loophole being ;
l -. ; at all U will have to be as a whole once assumed; they were willing ,to Time!
: j which probably 1s true, and he does,overwhelm;the Hepburn bill with all I 7. ? : :
G. A Worley not propose to have ,anyone toying sort of \drastic; provisions knowing: II' .
with the throttle while he can make,''quite weWlrom the start that they : .1

4 ,Attorney at Law any sort of a pretense. at being ba y.liewhere. .I would near be apt to get' In the way, ,
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of the railroad "
; '310J. Twelfth St, Miami. Florida ... 1The'gde4tiou .

took Meanwhile occasion Mr.the Balney other day of to IlUonls read:,ama caniliha come of fortifying up again.-: the"pan-I) You're I losing money in either ,c .se. You'll 'j
Robbins
Geo. M. i
lecture '
stand a
the pat Republicans
,. ntuvui' 'on that very subject He aroused a';''general week ant staff}knnounced got suddenly that they busy had last a ), buy a ,new one sooner or later, and the ,

{ Attorney and CounselorAt great deal Of In amusement the and H some. 'said In- scheme oI fortification> 'already to sub i sooner buy '11 of it '
dlgnatlon proceac. mit to congress As to the right Oi: you ; more you get out .
Law that American watches were being'sold I
this country to fortify the canal. there .
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. Will praetla 1a an Cawu. SUM a4 Tttftt.f : aboard so cheap that they were' can be |every little question. The I
bought the other side and shipped'
on prohibition In the Clayton-Bulwer We
p 1 back to the United States to be told not I : vc .
treaty aalnst fortifications.
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time. He had number of
a second a : I ,
& .
Hudson Boggs mentioned in the Hay-Pauncefote
; watches In his various pocteta to prove!:}
and It Is assumed by those n-
I treaty ,
( Attorney at.Law the watch assertion..treat: "He This also brought spoke' out of the at-tereatedJtbat! the silence give consent I Every kind that
At;the same time the War De- \Goo.dj
TownleyBaIding, ,, Miami, Florida protest from ){r.' Gardner of ){usa-J 1 partment. been In communication( _
; chnsetu who said be wu a stockholder ,
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hall l I
", with the"State Department H
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- 'p '- SLLaQd. Y.D., panties In one and of he the knew largest of no;watch such :thing corn.'I'been decided to lay the matter before,'I 75c to .$3.50 or up to the Panamas to $7.50 1

i .:. as a'watch trust Mr. Ralney nu-,1,Congress::to get a ruling on the,point I* I 1
oae. w U a.4Cra-rkuatMfBMidMM ed a laugh :by saying, Mr. Gardner .fil' I t such

Mb SttMtcerMf would probably have a chance to explain -j: 'The atory o: why Bellamy Storer Don't, believe there s anther showing : .
AN C : recoiled ,
his negative Information before]!was as ambassador from' ;
.. 7i2AM1, FLOBIDA. the committee and'meal1L,I Austria Ut goIng' the rounds ,In offic- choice be found
..., : qn ways: 1 'I' straws to --;ill new,ana nobby of' .f
Mr Ralney added'that while there lal.;;circlet and causing some quiet II '
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IL J. L JAC130H lL.r' wa evidently no such thing as at I I I amusement from the fact that Mrs. t
watchtrust the number of employee 1 t i Storer seems to have been the bottom I I j

; omct:: In the watch making factories had(lof It f According to reports, Mrs.. .. f !t''
tiOTEL BtaCAYMK BLOCKAvLO. greatly Increased In:the put decade Storer WM: Interested in having Archbishop ; -; M r
"" and there'werenow In the country I Ireland appointed as a second i ii 1. !
s .MIAMI; J'LOBIDA. only thirteen watch companies against i I cardinal;;for the United States. The i '
iwenty even In 1880." .He.said that matter jcame to the point where .a I hdds
there were fifteen per cent." more men word from the,President;would have R. i
. DfI. W. B.RUSH. employed ,In the'actorles'.tban In i I secureditne appointment but he,-very I Wt: 1

. e .. 1880;. but.that there were".GOI( < percent naturally;;declined to speak the 1I'0r4.1
; OOoe*27-I9th strs.t'Pbos.48
.'more women and 200 per cent: although!Archbishop Ireland Is one J Jr
(),s,908 ICb 8$. : the t .
more children. ,1 He said that this of his good! friend and President I
f MIAMI J'LJ.. alone was a state>of things'worth enquiring has said Informally that he would be : 4
.t lnto.| v',', glad of Anything good that could happen I Clothier Furnisher; and Shoe'PealerI 1
i ." .,t to I him.. None ,the less Mho, .
J.H.F.Mullett.MD None the tees there U not going- to' Storer Ira*;affronted and took occasion -
* : be.any tariff discussion*at this ses to tyake trouble'between Ambassador Don'U the Number: '
; forget
., .1322 Twelfth Street. Miami Florida
sion. .Mr. Davidson's arrangementsfor : ,,Storer and the administration, '
Offlee Boom S and 4
: having the ,way and mean committee I so thai )[r.',.Storer finally crone off I
f Friasell Building. sit during the summer to take diplomatic':relations 'with' the -State
t
gHoar* ro.:m. to 11 m. Stolp.sk testimony will .probably satisfy the Departe6Sntwhich paid him the wag-t

W Besideoce. 818 Avenue. U COII.aclence'of the majority anJ quiet es on whlch'he was erroneously cup-J _
f. the Inquiries of.the constituents.And posed tcKjllve.; The crisis became *o I -=
the tariff will be allowed to drift till I acute, about a month;ago that tbe 1
A. FRED BUTTER there,Is a Democratic House or till President was forced to write to him I

the House can. stave' off. the questionno to change his course'or resign.! ..e
, 3.tteri Contractor. ,longer." ..: .. t I resigned'!and now he and Mrs.'Storer] Oil Heaters

""1 Grading ,. ... ", I are. fret ito; live In,Parts,.which_they Matting
Ij\ -. BlaaUn. The rate situation Is about. clear say. they.will do.. ,
;: : W.U.DrUe.d. alde.alle, .


L' W., C. Maynard,IT. .J.'A' APPLEYERD ,fdk' "j and Furniture i


.f;. GRADUATE OPTICIAN RAILWAY" COiiMlSSIWNERtrill (

mtti Maynsuxl Son.J.wN.r.Anew i 1

D Dust to l..t Oat... -"it: :1 -

t, To the Democratic; Voters'o? Florida: be_*H that'it should be In the-Interest Will' be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty daysAvenue .1
Of the
GEO. L. MCDONALD. tnder'the present system'ot nom- { people. 1

ChD L9giuer! lasting your public servants for-once, the" I:amfconfldent office acceptably of 017 and ability efficiently to fill,! 1 i .- .

f:', 'luntta"PM Sabdbldlaa Lu,.a'.daJt, each'of yon have a right; to' say who and;pl Jse myself. nominated andafterwtrde ]!

";., :. ;.COCO UT OROVX. JTLA., ''aw.u. be your nominee*.. elected.to administer the' :;
: It,being impossible r'the Individ-- JuUestthe, office fairly .and Impartially -J.WWatson : D
:
... is .H
!uod voter to know,: personally. ., each
: DxtARMO ,' The ;,8Ute of Florida haa ,
'
WAITER I candidate 'who offer himself for a 1I'0nderfull'
: possibilities ,before'It;.and ,
Ii 'ArC. 'teo't. State himself office to, .the:undesigned through the Introduces mediumof humbl "joplnion .no agency can. be .. .
you
such acpatent factor in 1Udevelop, I
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of the court of
'" the press. Judges
ment if i the railroad commission.,For --j- :
1210ATC.C M ami t.Pla' Florida have never made It a practice ;
,
this reason the voter should weigh W. J. Brown
appeal. ,
tq solicit: vote by personal .
carefuUf the claims of every one who i
Members of the'railroad commlsllou offers the- place.. Thl announcement -,, -

a i 'T Chapman, e are*Judges.between; They the decide poeat-corporation certain matter .If pr a' direct' personal, appeal;'to 1)
you IncUvI.luaUr..Two member* of
F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. \ and the people.: U wluld be unfair <
,
Uie boiid are to be selected I. want
Utw lUG day; Special >T tile wsaO.suareararedlb.eoafonso sthereforfer while others are attending '
pr be ot them.
to 11I'aDt
one your.jrote ;
,
aboa..Lcacatsd to the duties they are paid to per
IT KllOT soot of Palm Buck M tar individual ., and support. Should you choose me,! S8L8'yPI'
?--'Last Oout CaBal.a.oo.tile pinlaIeWa forte for another seekingthosltion II promise! that'you shall never hare !
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w vtaur rudnuof 8o tk ra rion & to. take Advantage of ,
,ftaii cause W regret it.. i
" Coo* time (a dOc uktklmc.D = I
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this- \ 1I
: .trmy.PlorMa ,Uve\t- >ke City Florida am .. I believe my large acquaintance I tuber
s candldatK for Railroad Commissioner ship la;:Bade county to whom I refer i

j .W.Graham ; I am a Mrelnian by birth; enteredthe you. will -Touch for my fitness" for- the'
Canted rat navy ,when 12.years office{p. :
,i Contractor and Builder o::'age;and urr dered with the nav- As ley loyal Democrat would 40.'r
: Satisfaction I ai forces under Gen. Joseph E.: Johnson pledge!:.foyself to abide by. the result fIR"th. '
i .I Ii. at Gre nsboro. .. O. In.1865; I of theJi>rtmary, aid:win_support c the selling ot meats a*;well a* U .1019; {e. D, J Miami
Guaranteed.Let have reside In Florida for 'over, 23 nominees: thereof at the regular election. other: thing.' .If a the_'quality'of our ; .
Let..dean ea your work aid says,.....ca'ey. the K! ''c I
have been In Very meets
... a.r- tastsbM. Send postal sad J years; newspaper respeptfuUy that wins new:friend and.pal I J :
-! ..u.caU."as.rw.,P.0.-.7'-. Mice ey6 business all that time: have diligently |j'T..' J.. APPLEYARD. l 1 j irons very.4&1:; By the way have yon: '"
.:..- and faithfully worked for th upbutld- .Laic City. Ha. April 9,'1906. tried'ua .
i iIf
Ing and development of the.,State '!lever on an order for ,roast

Expert Typewriter during all these year: and,my,.very ': beef T...\Ve'offer the best .Florida.and,t
effort In the future will be to ihat 'TO frt.;ROMOTE GOOD. ROADS, j|Western beef to-be had., Fort Dallas Land Company : l
end in whatever position I may hold: Second' :
w Repairing "thoroughly 'acqualnted with the ;Annual New York Convention
am
\ B. Doane.
.
.;- ((., C. PRESTON.304,9th want Florida and, a* neds my acquaintanceship of every section and of,,I r Being Held :Today 1 Propel '

St. P. O Box311 travel has led me at nmes Into every I Baalo, N. T.. April 11- The c- I I .

C' ...... county within Its borders; have twice i ond uflod Roads Contention hem under ;
been chosen to represent you In Democratic -!i tW\uspIces of the Board of Snp-' Money TO Loan ;I Has on its Lists 7
Emil
A. Ehmann National Conventions; have ervlsKp: opened at the city hall this .
been connected with the State SenateIn 1 morning"* with a large attendance. : ; ,- : j'I
t Architect Florida since 1887 most of the time; The}'*sslon as opened by YilUamB. I I :
a* secretary and can confidentially refer -i Glass, who la acting as temporary I I for' 'j
Palm Florida ;'as to my faithful attention to the: chalri n of the\onventIon. Mr.Norman -; attractive :
West Beach' elite
duties imposed upon me, to any mem-;' tei Mack is t \permanent chair! On Short or Long Time some particularly
ber of ,the Legislature during that man.Mayor Adam Delivered an ad- '
time as well a* to the records in tile: dre ejj&f welcome. \y I: Pa both residence and business ur- ,
: Merritt & Kolb Easy mentsjDadefeo.
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fact
archives of the State. It being a : "
\ investment in Miami real '
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l' that these records hare never beet: poses. n
'j Real Estate, Rentals eta attacked In the 'COurtL" & M. DYKfeS ,
""!' CsUtca MMMged Railroad commissions ot nearly all I i estate is safe; sure of quick ret irns ,
'
IY ATC C. near 12th St. MUmL Fix. the .State* 'of the Union have where m' "- t Security Co. I 1:,
the power* given are.Judiciously ex.r i 334 Tenth Street'i. '.
: ercised proven o: great benefit to the u \ <
DR.E. M. LAW general public and there Is no reason II I '

i why Florida should be ak exceptionto All.. li ids .Blacksmitbiiig,Hd'Repair 1\ Burkhart JOHN B. RCILLY. i i I J. E. INGRAHAM.
DENTISTOffice the rule. Experience[has pointed .
t. out defects In our rallrod commission I wL 1 W..s. Bert to Order Ki'D GUNSJIITH Agent 'Fort Dallas Land Vtce-Preslde jit Fort Dallas '<
SewelTa Shoe Store by
'it over law that are belnaremedied ILb

Artlatio. Work Thoroughly. the Legislature this wIthin'a cacti session few and 4L Expert Repairing Company, Miami Florida. Land Co... St. Augustine.TW .
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RESIDENCE 218 7th'STRiE .! HONK 25 '...a' 12 SIRE ,
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i-1.: .'. ,; fall to register your'child for Only'half tM, quantity_of, Blue Rib session tonight and will take up a i J
; oj 4I :.'''': the:special summer term at the Miami bon Vanilla required. Absolutely number of important matters,'among t -
;- ( .. ;Cwn err.tory of Music.SROIER pure. Goes twice as far as other klaJs.Mr which will be the sanitary ordinance la *.. 'far '.- I VALUE IN SIGHT
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WEDDINGGIFT flicker city. member are requested ,. but 4it
will collect yew roans J.- C. gave a dellcauiu to be present ," they art I Wee Norma Martinez I cent cigar tohighest GIll
1 straw ride orfiMonJay: ) night to.ArcrCreek > '
; -' priced goods tat th* ...
All the erenlng: Immensely.
Ira. Walter Croft fias returned to enjoyed there's a bigger moneys worth t>iran
: AiBong those OMnpoelncthe Wanted To buy animals and peta Cascade"GingerAle
j r her home at Cutler after a week'inllt party .eN'1IrL J. C. Tucker, Address Daytona Animal Den, Daytans be found any;:where'$a"'th.F --.'
rs with Mrs. Nicholson on Xd streetPicture
s J Mrs. LUile Wharton, Mrs. A. P. I FlaWanted t,
Gore.- Mrs. Rj| Gothe. Misses flalde IMPORTED AND
frames made to order.The
,. Tucker., LUllf I Tucker Work In packing home;
Store.
Racket BeI1ha\a.ra-j I DOMESTIC CltAM
ham Ruby '\ PIOD. have experienco of three seasons at "
Hllllard. 1IesiJ;" Allen. Tres Feastcr.,, wrapping tomatoes.. W.. R. Duncan. \ .the t
I The Misses Battle and Lydia Owlnner -. R.. Gothe, Tj1 ker. Stelnhouser, ,De-' Osla Fla.Heavily singly, by the box or by thoeasM
i r and party of friends are enjoying of superior Quality and In
HoS and seveta.) others. perfect eer
; We'll be ready for you whenthe' at'Arch Creek.. '
today dltloa at small preeoar atgao
f. W* ar'* ute exelotve issue,>i
Is: day comes with the rightDods Get your shoes, at actual cost this Joe Small Fined and of "Cascade" In till* territory. are |kept so that .none of: deer' fnIIIo 0
will Maggie Balsden a
BROSSIER collect yew rents.Mr. rane la lute
' week at the Racket Store.
There are a lot of Bluffer ale
at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON colored couple, suffered severely lathe r
municipal court this morning on but none to compare with I
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and ).[1'1.' J. Gowln are to occupy BROSSIER hiean!< safe lnY.SVMnISDr. i a charge of disorderly conduct, or Cascade. Be sun yw get
the house on Avenue C near If. I!more definitely speaking improper "Cascade and no euletltlde I .
I AA 11th street, vacated by, Dr. J., H. F. J. H. Sfcf: Mnllett and family :conduct, Joe paying a fine of $25 and I :

i Mnllett are moving InrtO the smaller Gerlach I cost, and Maggie $10 and cost Mall order given special '..a.u.I .
I .-- cottage' on NJ& street near Avenue'I I HAYESThe
t. .' Fresh venison In stock dally at the B. having purchased this property.I[' .

:: Miami Market, 1317 and 1319 Avenue which has. be'&ldes a neat, cottage a,F re-ceived AcmeBottlwgWofksMIAMI
D. Urge lot with a good space allowed]i I
for the'building of a large house on I men's suits and shoes and ladles' Cigar: Man' s
JEWELERS$ and OPTICIANS Mr. Mrs. Mnllett are dresses on consignment and as thereIs FLORIDA *
and Mrs. Hood Tucker who left the front. Dfi-and I. -I* : *-

.Next to'Poetofflc II...... Pier da Mexico Miami ,several have had weeks a temporary ago to go change to old valued the doctor addtUoSt lti;imaldng::' to Miami' an society excellent and I at no a very room low for them price they In order win be to sold set :Sixth/ Street West of the .lee Pactory f9S1TE'BOTEL.BSCA{ ,.

'them out of stock. By calling there i
of plans, and are now at Tucson. Arl- reputation her .;;.. a physician.
r i a person can save In purchasing from

Miami xoaa.'Wanted. For Rent -Si Four room: furnished 40 to 50 per cent : : kTlit .

Skating i Clean cotton rags,at-this cottage on zoth'.trett.115.. Apply-to We contractor Miami Decorating Company
office. Dora. were complaining to.a ,
I p I tie other day about the cheap W.' C. CANOVA, PROPRIETOR.'
-The : Temperance if.' :class of houses that are going up and : .a
Rink .Loyal Legion met .The'social the M. E. Church. '
him that almost '
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asked wa
at the regular time yesterday and the South last night held tor' the purposeof HMM Mel SignPaper'Hanging
been let In
Job that has Miami
attendance showed that Interest Is Increasing. I Introduclng5aew; members and the I every .5aiiatmg
.la tM last Ore bad been take
There have been new years
Open a to 10 a. I I. for aeglmra many general soclabUy( of the church mem i loss that the :
names enrolled! this year and which. bore wag at..p1euantoccuIon at a loss or to near a :P .
Open,2 to B p. m.Op have good workers. I contractor would have done better to
proven affairs which this ,church
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hits. : :! prove y
y afternoon reserved for ladlesP BROMIER. meets Cafe InvestmentsM to be.Jtrequeotlj'given"always A short;program composed of i'. He said the trouble. was with the"other ; d'k-a1somin1ng t .,
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forenoon resirved Mil' 1"o a : >fallow."He. figures so
a vocal duet by Kri..r. Y: Hudson

I COMPETENT I INSTRUCTORS Mrs 'F. M..'Burkhardt leave' t> and Mr. Oscar?; Conklln. and a vocal ,I bod that).there"- We It asked no money the "other In it for fellow.any .' Agency Peat's Wallpapers.; I

Admission night for'New. York where she win solo by Mr. Cbnklln, was greatly en- : .
[ 10 cent* Skating 25 cent and he tild the same thing. There is
; Joyed.. 'Homef ad* cakes and fruit Call write for Estimates. 181. Av D
$t. Welt of Ice Factor* Upstairs visit for, a few weeks before goingto ; some thing wrong and the contractors or Phone I31r -
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punch'' was pirjaken
her former home at OrieJa, that I are not entirely to blame.
State. She expects td be absent from evening. i One man who has a pet theory-said -" .
Miami'through the summer months.. rates' .It was the carpenter. He said. "Lookat

IED.MOFFATB Boarding Summer Hous 7,223 at, Ninth the Rutherford street : that man working.. He saws a few \ I .
Umbrellas repaired and recovered. ;strokes then stops and rests. And at ,
Leave., *.Racket Store. to. 6m i that other fellow; he pushes the plane I .
a few strokes, then stops and sharpens
Lunch R. Freman Bnrdlne. of this dtywho 0 Report. of the, Condition. of the I i the bit; any thing to kill time." I Like F4din '

: Dairy left here a short time.since for Apa- 'I Dallas I That set me tnlnking' and I took ,
lachlcola.to practice law has opened fort Nat. Bankat ,time to watch them. And I found that
up elegant offices In the Breach block 'It was a fact, one did stop' and sharpen
Including la that city and Is reported to be doing Miami In tli* tat*of Florida at aka the plane and the other did'stop
.verytltlng new, 'wen la.bit, chosen profession.if .close.of bWatM} ,April.'.1906 [and It.:did look,like he was resting.

the ,-, RESOURCES I But the fact was he was putting kerosene .Money'-
building making
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For Sale on saw so not
Meat box sad In
fixtures. Loaai aid dt.coun<1._-__:- .40Overdrafte..ec.redand
I found that the of kerosene
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nest and neatest"din- W E.. Harden 112 Avenue'D. ea.t.1 U.a.Bo litoectcirailatkm._._ S2 000.00D. one of the most necessary tools, anda .
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8.Bowl to secure U. S.deposit 15,000.00PftlBl..OII plane must be sharpened little

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room coo the city. Profs W!., B: Hare sperlntendent I Bold Ba.kisrbo..s.fwnlt.rea.daat.res Mdritie eto---: 41000.00 while. This pine is so full of rosin f" .
50 000.00DM that the tools will "
sticky and
get .
of the Deaf and Dumb Institute at St from :Natk.sBaak lot ; .
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,Augustine i who came tar,Miami yesterday :I crr. ....ta)t.>.i;;..__ 32,633,49 not work' unless kerosene Is used. I :i : -
AN IDEAL PLACE "' DM from State Beaks and Baiken.. K)000 00 talked with a carpenter that came T:
morning- one of his
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we appronftMne..ta39.u..4J.. ...__._ from the North a short time ago and I :
FOR LADIES pupils a daughter of the late W. W. I Check aa4 t"*r-ca.h 11. 14.>r.5
hykes to attend the funeral of her Notes of other aUo Baa k.- .1.065.00 I I he -laid a man could do about one-
; father returned to St.: Augustine last Fractionalpaper aid orata4u:cnrrancy-. sickles 744 JS third as much work In'a day with this

of Connected, with" a saloon night Lr Lawful 8pecle..abte.deruotn.T.4J0OW_mosey_rettrrc i ii_Bank n3.T66.TO.rlt: 31.367D wood One used as can to be the done other with pine white will work pine. 2 Lots on 14th Street 1

Mrs Lilla'lBelle: Cary, dramatic Instructor Kedemptloi feed,tlb U.S.Trea.._ harder here and not accomplish nearly
(5 ccat of df< latio.).., _. 2600.00
Buttermilk day at per ? so much In a day.
; every la the Conservatory of Music
,.has put .the.last which Total. r125,235.13 I. The carpenter Is not to blame; he
: 5c a glass Light refreshments ,on ;play -
: ,is doing .the best ,he can? Who la
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came ,off. several weeks ago of the -SqIILITIES I
served our season and Is closing her work In the to blame. Maybe you are. If yon arelooklnc. '
;leg ell boars: Conservatory, preparatory to leaving Capita.Mock paid4: '-1100 000.00S.rpU. .for a gold brick yon caa find i ir.
la early May for her customary nmmer' UMiTidedProfit, f.n4.l.i*,less: -cxpenic* aad 4,000,00 It. If you want' a $5,000 house for between D and '

[door cut of Avenue D on 13th stay at La Plere. Mich, where than Baik nald .oaa c-a! ._.._..___ 3T6 kTXatiooal $3,000 you should'not be disappointed u .' .
onutaidlir 5200000Di.toother If,It is only worth $3,000 when
Front Building Maim FU. the family have a magnificent home. NatioMal Baik. _..._ ,41513 yon
I>.10 State Bull' JidBaikr*_. z.3Z get It' Why not use the same good

DM to Trust.*....Compaiie_.."J.....aid....SaTlinBaik ...sr.5.10030 business Judgment here as when yon -'
THE RACKET STORE deposit" to check. 42*, 045Demaid built your other home. Examine the : "
certtficaiMef depolUwn 50.MTimecertiOcatMof conditions and build Intelligently and ,
I depoMW-:..?. 14JHSK when yon come to the locks and other
'l Cntta.dcbeck..N. Check oatmsadi.a_m 12 753t1aCWiet. ,01440 hardware for the doors and windows
iTHIPUCTEASTER TJiited State deposits.- _._ U, OOM put on something that the salt air will lvoveltyWorks only
Bill p7bta.iictediir certlScateaof
..' 1'\y deposit for rt... borrowed... 55,00040 not rut before one season-.0 la past ,

tUbllitie rated otherIku.Uow, ', above Pay a little more money and pat oa a ...
genuine bronze that will remain the
Total .. .-f11\235.JJ same u long u the door last .
FlorldjJOwity; We have the finest of bronze
line
State of of Dad.*s: I
I. Ceo K. ....,.... Cashier of the abor hardware ever brought to Miami, the
aaud baik.do oleml7 swear that th.above
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suumrat I I. tn t*the best of my k"orlsdpG I largest assortment and the best designs $1500'each .,
aidbeliet. f'H la the South. Come la and let -. '
Q. R. GOMPH. Cuhler. .
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Correct us show yon what we hare. There Is
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WX. X}BROWN.JAS. no Job too big for us to figure on and :.
GOODS HeGILMAN.ERA.I yon will be surprised at the extent of
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M;-, BUDGtwDirectors our stock. We will famish "Good :".
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AND Oayef April.IMS.ft:*j jWK. MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY"We : .
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embranee* for friends and loved
and we have the most varied r

eat from the best selections NOVELTIES Miami:: Conservatory of Music
can be mad la the latest de- '

and- style la appropriate-gifts F (C; Brassier & Son

f those pent In who"stationery.r.appreciate. exquisite 223 TWELFTH STREET ., "

[FRANKLIN COLEM BUSH DIRECTOR
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'Europe.!trained faculty. Am artist In charge ot each department '

SMITHSBOORSTORI AWE SELL EVER YTHINO- Phno. Pip. Organ Tots, VIo11D..Ma1oUa BoeaUoa.:

-AND SELL .IT. CHEAPER.. -' -. Physical) 'Cattara, French, German sad SpanlsaHannoay sad 1200 Ave. D, Miam'

W. H. Ghailc Son Hi tory|of Music classes. B1Irr "'* Kindergarten and .

Primary!Music Classes. : : ':. .: Send for catalogue

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line black pumping pipe at engines wholesals., gairanltedmj Special x S.1i () s 'c tj.0"

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,,Suit in County Court MovlnQuantities/ of Material. I
A cult H. M. King vs. Charles Sevirtl extension steamers,arrived I
L. Mercer I E. Smith, assumpslt damages $250, at thlgjtermlnal dock from the keys ,1
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i has Court.been instituted in the County yesterday sth and supplies last night and and material will return as once more atBURDI i ir '1

2O7<<; Aveau D I soon Si loaded. These boats 'lose ,.,

Provisions' ,Will Undergo Repairs. no tlftie! but load, discharge and get i ., ..... Sl!
Groceries* I The palatial houseboat Everglade, i way f from either end as rapidly U toi
and Vegetables 'ownefbjr ')lr: Thompson;, orTMiadelphia -' ixjgsi&eGreat quantities of material !' :
--.r : I' and now In-port will remain $>r the bridge and pier work Is
: !here this summer, and in a short time now King moved and gotten on use I' $ ;
Fresh and canned meats: but- I will be hauled out on- the terminal srouwfj preparatory to the beginningof I "i:4 :>" :
ter'eggs arid cheese,'unaware.: ; rays for extensive repairs both. to tb ".;;work which will be Inside next :
tobacco/ etc. Our prices 'her. hull and Interior fittings, whichwllllbe : mont br six weeks, all of the prellmInary&Vork bi
ciF,
; considerably Improved having about been completed -
are-an-line, with all competitors I '.tI | ; i: 11Y.

...! ":.. ; 'Give. usa-*call. I,office.Wanted-. Clean cotton rag at tail Wan 41- A partner In' nursery business You will never be able to get shoes in

I 7" I Ii ;\jj No capital required. Have We will NEVER sell them CHEAP again *
i Dressed Injured Knee. plenty, stock to begin with. ProfIts as' ;
Johnson! & Tom kipsHgadlen I Ed Clark, one of the construction divided equally. Buds grow much -* ..r '. -
I gang of the F. E..c.,RaIl......auffer- aste'flon Largo than on mainland. I
1 ;ing with a badly bruised right knee,; Add:|la for further particulars, A. J. .
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was taken to the office x>t Dr.-Gram- Kemp| Planter Fa! Beginning iInthtypjii the 9th ,
10
of.5 and cent Cood'L 'Hng this morning for treatment.' tiI
tin wooden and ..whileworkingon Miami Returned. I :
L granite- !was injured yesterday I Steamship ,
willow ware. Alto nrr mats: a bridge at Deerfleld.. The wound Therfsteams'jlp Miami, of the P. It
br'usbes etcMotions which Is not serious was dressed and O. Sf.-B. Line, which left here a weekor About 70 pair of ladles' fine 2.50 oxfords
DRY GOODS
soaps given the proper attention tfta ago to take-up the Port Tampa
for ladies! and gentlemen : : fCey Vest and Havana run for left out of last weeks sale. We sold over 'I 'r tone

Returned from -Cruise. the Mmmer. returned to port this hundred pair of them at CI ems four;eatire btH tnm M aLa wadded rye"i
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The large schooner yacht Beajy; mft-gihg land next Wednesday will 1.90 last week. Broken sizes. Is '
: & owned, by C. L. F Robinson with take:bp the run between here, Key graM UrftJat todses# .floods :
5 10c her owner. and ;a party,:of. mends Weqfjand Havana.. The steamet !
aboard, returned yesterday afternoon ShlrihVeock, now on the run to Key 20 pieces percales and gingham, worth I2c
from an extended cruise down the We [will make her last trip from A fine new line of ladles' oxfords and and IScfor .-...1.,.,-...eyfc :
coast. The Betty will sail soon forNew herd'Friday, returning Saturday, and bals of every description new stock. 20 pieces I
and lOc
Mr. ''' leaving next day for New York for percales ginghams worth
will be by
Variety Store Robinson York' around and the;northern.used 'reo 1; the \summer.! The return of the Should not be on a bargain I QA and 12c for......... . .tl. ........6J'c
1 to ) r steadier Miami settles the question counter at all. 2.50 and $3 at.*/V
sorts this summer; returning IIj j A large l Qt of odd and ends n waste pique
N* 1017.4"...... O. Miami, P1a. '
t amt again.nert faU. tha! t'has; been under -discussion forseveral madras duck and fancies. orth from tOe
j days as to what .steameriwoj4'relieve
to 4Oc. during we 6J lOc
c. 8J'c 12)k 20c
Visited Local Lodge., 'j the..Shlnnecocfc' 35o, 4.oo and five dollar men's shoes in -
Mr. B. G. Mason Deputy Grand Exalted all stock. From 20 pieces ottoa voile in all aol d colors worth,
description new
"Wire for Me Ruler of the Benevolent and Xliti Louise N. Carpenter will open every frog 1"to 20c for._.. ...... .".....,....IOe
Protective Order of Elks, was the her asses In drawing and painting. the best manufacturers In ? QO '
guest of the local lodge last night at ,| We4 esdar, April 1L Terms and the world _____ PLU\J 5JJ pieces India !linen worth rom 10c to
their quarters In the TO'll'11ler1oclt.. hour: may be ascertained at 1100Boulevard. or.... ...... ....,......., Sa lOcand 1ffi. ;
and I'll Wire For You"Phone'l76v A large attendance of members were I .
present as .were .also several visit-] Stetson shoes while the last $440 .
Ing Elks. The evening 'was' most,A Bicycle Accident at _
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pleasantly spent a reception being Mlle out for a ride In his antomobiltf BABY CAPS
1Y tendered the distinguished risltor, nd J-esterdar afternoon,with a party I ', .
.. lasting until slate hour. of (rIends, Mr, George R. Oomph the All boys', girls and children's shoes at A fine 1 ne of baby 'silk' lawn
an to
cashier of the Fort Dallas National I caps .
20 discount. A chance
c. 'H. BROWN Dot..t forget the moonlight excur- Eaa'k; came up to a.woman Mrs.Stev- I % to save money. be closed out regardless of cost

sion to the beach Wednesday eveningfor easteof: Lemon City, lying prostrateon .

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ,the benefit of:Boys of WoJcraft yhe ground. Just above the resident Infant's soft soles I a 1. __ :.___45c, Those worth lac; for......... .. ...... ...1Sc
Tickets 50 cents round, trip. Boat of A. B. Cutler. Mr. Gomph Those worth 40e for......... ...........25c .
1 113 AvoweC, Lady Lou leaves stone dock at 7:30. went>; Immediately to Mrs. Stevens : Those worth SOc: for... ,.....t...!'..... .. ...35c
astfUtance and found that the skirt Ladies'white Oxford Ties at $1.00.Thoaewprth 75c for : .,..... .. \.:.,;.!.40c 1.
Miami;'VS.::,Cocoanut, Grove cfer dress had become entangled In 1.23 for :i.., .. :.i.65c : ,
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Miami and' Cocoanut; Grove 'will' the'Chaln o. the wheel and had .p1, 0. 1301.80, and '$1.95 : : t
meet tomorrow,afternoon on the local j tarftwn' her heavily to the ground. It'll.paj!you to:| look'orer onrfbargaia counter
f BISCAYNE grounds in the second baseball game Thkij skirt was cut apart from the "
of-the'season. The line-up will be' chailn, when It was found she could
practicaljr the same as that.0' last coftwalk. Mr. Oomph and the other I M. B ttdtne3I6-: fth Stf
DRUG week except that Challle and Hill will fv&tlenren recent asshtel her to the Twet
Ida the pitching for...therhome',awe-jautomobile' and she was taken to the I
gallon:;: Itwill be" remembered that!I once of Dr. DnPnls. 'cf Lemon City I
COMPANY the,Groye'bo"- won the first game j fotf.treatment It is thought] her hip .
the defeat Inspiring the local plarersl!U Islocated.
to;wipe',out the-.same, consequently .
.., a'decldly interesting,contest can bed| || SUMMER COTTAGE' -Mar lis' Oyster and Cl House :
expected. The':admission price to I Al(nicely furnished five room cottage op
the grand stand has been reduced to II atllJthla Springs (Aniteii), Georgia.
15 cents, torrent: for the summer at' $25 a Sea Food Our.Specialty
1:1D.1th. J. H. Tatum & Co.t .
Medicine' Takes Fate "Philosophically. |i ,Oysters by plate quart or gall n.

Ed Brown the negro under' sentence -, NOTICE Meals served at all hours. |' 410 12th S reet.'Miami. Flonda
of death for the butchery of the dry goods, clothing and
In medicine, be careful Mrs. Dora Suggs. December. last,,:j > elry", stores will 'on May I, begin '
takel his '(ate philosophically. He Lake City has 6500 popolattonji tit Unexcelled .ealtn,,only 265 4.ctl. .
t in.what 'you buy, and Is confined In,.:cell with two other ex-kit I I Ihegroel j|I j feet above the sea'baa part free ston for the yean to aa aYenle
\and'10,far=hat exhibited no, t. ,tuber. :Miami ,Merchants AII'n.g artesian water. I paatlO 1000.
,: where you: _buy it It Iss. fear over,the terrible fate that'awaits.I, ( ,

not only that him.. He is visited occasionally byj.,i Eg 1) FOR CONSTABLE .
; important BlatheLae
(negro preachers but has not pro"ess-j: f- Tenth District Hate ;
f you get] the best val, I fed religion as-the most of'condemned I; take this method of announcing
!,murderers daf":: ,As soon as the death : .yself a candidate for the office of .
i ues but also that you warrant fixing the day, on 'which he rJ1istable for the Tenth district ..ubct f City, FU

f 'get goods that give yo : will" be.hanged has ,been received he I to the action of the. Democrat I ,J I {
will be'confined'alone and the deathwatch isPrlmary! election to be held May i went J '
60portunlty miles of Jacksonvfflsj OB tie Seaboard -RaU' 'Offers
t you am o v
satisfactory results;we set. The warrant expected Wh. 1906. ;F Q
daDy. I I SAMTTEL.'ROCNDTKEE. to linger a little longer.afore going,n orta.;,Comfortable"aal
'
f have a reputation for'1t homelike modern in all Its appointments. .Hot aid>cold hath eIeeCde

furnishing"satisfactory' DEEDS FILED. light and belL Rates $1.00to $ .OO per day Trains from Jack? oariIIS' .
Of CONVEYANCE '
"" leaves 1:01'a. m, and 4 p. BL,/arrMngU:10 a m. ani 6:36 p. m.
if' and Reliable Goods:

I Write a L Whetstone or corns with out notice, I
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Warranty deed, John and, Edith $res In section 25, tp.l i. south, range YVhETSTON
1. Gifford -Jo Kershaw Richardson for ;II east D. E. :, Proprietor'

$350( ten"acres in,section*,29, tp. 51, i rf""arranty deed, Franklin Thompson rub to over and wttfc yw han
FINE CANDIES south' range! 41 east ji a ,nompson and wife to John Gifford 1
AND CIGARS. Quit claim deed Adeline F. 'Mcr-,I\1 y r $500, 75 acres In section. 25, tp. 6i&uth ', I the time, drop In and take a look at I .
mitt to H. E. and H. W. Martens for range 41 east ,' !
i,: ... $100 10 1.% acres In section 13, tp. "it;|Warranty deed, Mamie Pinder angusband our tine UII.. of Wboleos. Don't target The ContinjeiitalAtlantic
53. south, range. 41 east. td John Gifford for 11.66, .
K acres in section 25, tp. 57, south, the place.
of Charles
AwMnment: mortgage.
&tnze 41 east.
TeL'3, C : li. :SL, ve-.-D L".s! .Davis to Realty Co' .. for $1 and JOHN,SCWELL A BRO Beach, Florida
otter considerations. J HAPPINESSThe 'D t. .,
'Warranty deed Joseph A. Day and happiest man .In the world :Ii Heal'narten for smart Tailoring Mr." E. IS '? anajer .. '
wife to First National Bank of Key; the commonevery-day chap who makes 336 Twelfth street. Blcayn Block rE .

;' .. We are Now Ready tojhurnlsh, feet West' In for section$5, plat 13. tp.of 53 ground; south 208x208, range;;his:' own living, pays his bills, and has -----' Opened atCh15, 906
little he but
a money as goes'along
Tribune Sriell "U! east j .Vho does not strive to get a corner Through parlor car, P; 1m Beach to AtL ntic Beach train
CoVtract for sale of : 74
.. machineryManjn'ree'LlRbt' on the'local output and Is neither a Merritt & KolbREAL
*'t(" andtTractIon\Co.'to: J, :HJ. to ambition 'or. society. He
and, otherV': Tatum. ., 3 ,1, %. V \I :loves God and fellow men, "thinks '
Satisfaction tof mortgages;; MsgtleGE. |there Is no place like home,""the hav ESTATE On Atlantic Ocean,20 iles from Jackso voile via F.E.Ctp.
fen 'of.rest prefers the of
Frarure to Jade County Security : company
makes of BicyclesThe Co. for$S50, north 50 feet south lOf'any-me, : 'BARGAINS -

feet lots 19and 20, block.lT.-MiamLfi MIAMI FLORIDAA The Continental s the latest addition to the famous
'>>Warranty/deed.- B. Screvens ant:{conscience: believes in the doctrine
Rife tp Edward'C. Thompson for $7$'- )of 'lire and let live and when le encounters fin* 3 acre bay front In Cocoanut Florida East,Coast H >tel.System
lot &;blocBfl08. south'of Miami. one of the needy he doesn
Warr8llty'dffd. John A. Addison stutter; over |ils pocketbook. The Grove, good house, well set In bearing Bicycle chairs jx nies for thebilliards children. golf links Dennis

John )(. Hassell for $250 southeast :plain man is happy because he Is satisfied trees riparian rights. A bargain. court. bowling alleys; and pool, ball! room for f dancing -
quarter of block ti9, Richmond's ; and does not spend the best 3 Lots on 14th street between Avenues
rev. Cutler. I apart, of life yearning for something C and D. automobiles, .live: y service, surf : fishing; deepInvestigate
sUI I
Warranty deed. John C. Spinks :,two sizes too large for him. -Ex. and fresh water i j lathing J
Joseph K. Howell for ITS. south !, Lot on 8th street, between AVWHMS
lot 5,-* ;tlfm.6, tp. 49, couth range feast i HOW TO DUST A ROOM I C and B, $1eoo. .S years terms. 1 -
I : Soft cloths make:the best dusters.In House and lot on 10th street, b. Before
and Mortgage deed, E. Rollin Davis < dusting any piece of furniture, be- '" Investing'
bicycles ,other ttween Avenue B and bay, S27SO. Let
al to Abel D. Makepeace for $%.3("?; gin at the top and dust down wiping
goods are the best standardgoodsonthemarket- certain lands in section >9>, tp. 51; carefully with the cloth, which can 'is show you this.
I" south, range 41 east described b"|) be frequently 'shaken. Many people 10 acre bay front, $3000 ehsapost Wind
rods and chains p have no Idea of what dusting is to south.of Lemon City. Power
Hartford and other' Tires. Satisfaction of mortgage. E. <<<|t. accomplish and Instead o: wiping off .
:" 25 acres hammock, and truck land Has been adopted by the best df the
Davis to Realty Mortgage Co. | and removing the dust it ts simply people country as the
Coaster, BrakeS' fitted 10- old Deed. W. D. Albnry, commissioned flirted off: Into the air and soon jetties iO grapefruit trees, finest In south cheapest power for {raising- water. Note the people who have
E. back again the ....... them, they could have steam and hot air too If .
and Mary Thompson guardian |Q ; on dusted article. Dad,. 11 year old. 200 young gas they.want
,wheels.. Allhfvork I guaranteedBest John Gifford for $74.63, certain tai''l, If carefully taken up on a cloth good house and beautiful grounds on ed it. I handle the yest mill made and m: ke a specialty ot this
new/wheels for rent., on Elliott's Key 'it can be shaken out of a window into business and with my pump mechanism that I hare just been
rock road. 15500.! You should
/ ,' 4 Deed.W. D.--Albury. commissioner the open air. It is mach less work county granted a patent on, I will guarantee tc doable the capacity,
231 12th'Street Blue Front at.. to John Gifford for $160, certain Iao4 ,to cover up furniture while s1l'eeptnc+ set the views at sur office.JS value and life of any wind milt outfit. Any infringements, will
in section %5,'tp. :. 'IOUth, land |fl :than to be obliged to clean"the diutout r acres on Lemon City road 10 be prosecuted. '

section %,5. tp. 67. .south, range iteast" afterward The blessing of plainness cleared. House and 200 trst I.
: T ,-. rS- -- .fit' decoration apprecIated by wens I A I
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Carroll & Clark: j
: "rWarranty ideed.,Mary E.-; Thompida"et the, thorough" housekeeper '...ho.at- !'twatII, bay, for a/efcsrt, c H. PERRYl1Cocoanut
to.John'C. Gifford, for $33' t.nds.to. her .pwn dusting" ELf time only, $4000 Florida,.

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IlL DA LY MIAMI' METROPOLIS NUDAY. APRIL 1V1MC :P.ua....
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ii-, ':. '* >[BTo Select from in ,Florida, 'I.. .t.t *-
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20 a'doze 1 ; KEEAIKINta.
WHAIER'S JEWELRY STORE

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: -' I YOUNG LADIESI! IROQUOIS GRIliL


Have Y oar F. enbeautIIuI I WILL GIVE BAZAAR' Open Until Midnight I f. ,_

I I A Fashionable Cafe for 1ad.es'and!' GentlemenOysters

.Ii : t I Fish, Game and minv delicacies prepared
.. I I FOR PURPOSE OF ESTABLISHING by experienced cooks and erved by good *
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I waiter
.. : ( II ''if I : A KEY WEST HOME FOR AGED ;| The American plan meals are set ed by the di ap infix
Ime- l line tliast f. vidual prices to enable those to liv<> in rooms and apartment. to-
AND HOSPITAL FOR THE DESTITUTE live 'reasonably.-The Iroqnoit. hotel solicits patronake of all
OTHER NEWS NOTES who contemplate a long stay, ,a,| well as transient customers.-,;
Open all te year. : i' : J. HULL DAVIDSON
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Key West, April 10. J. B. Hawkins B. I. La..eter J. L ,UIn in':

I ;\,i p ::.' .x .' ;;, ... ... "..AT. .f "" Tl1E J1'1I' -,.., ....... ,.. ,.. \1': r', I I The first to be of given a series by.of Miss entertainments Pansy- The Miami Grocery Co. I, ..
di'li'l I7, ff Jf j f !M tYi I ( if- -r l'dJ'.'ttfihffi'LPIRi 11 It :, Baker for the benefit of the proposed I II
:> tlliNow home for the aged and hospital
y ? I the armory destitute, beginning will be on a bazaar Monday at fo.l Staple and fancy Groceries'I f '

ning. April :30th. I FRUITSand VEGETABLES, t :i
I Among the attractions will be u
number of fancy booths, presided over Our stock of groceries is comolete and we think we ca supptj;
," .. "'7 .by several of Key West's attractive I about everything required in the baking line.: Our aim i to keep:
'. ,. young ladles. Those1 decided on so'' only the' best class of Groceries! 'a id our prices on then will w si'
i' far. are the following: I' found to be riht.: Goods delivered promptly to any pa t of the1always
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I Tea booth- Misses Camille )[clOI- city. Our fruit and vegetable steel fresh. Give is a call
lip .and Eileen Williams.Ca i
j : is.tJ>Vour'Chance Malvlna'e Misses Williams.Hattie Albury and,,I Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street, Miami, FloridaArmstrong's .

:. Notion booth Misses Adele Lowe I .
and Ruble Coleman ,..
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Fancy "ork1lees LIllie Wella- : : -r -L : .1
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W;" cott and Isabelle Sawyer. 1 t
.'- We :haven'Hsufficientspacehereto! -.tell -you ,all about Flowers and. Roses Misses Mal ,
vlna Williams and Rosaline Cartoncbo. I

;:th<3fh, banes( quote: a few prices tQigiye; .,jfiu'an'' idea. Plants.B t>er.'t Misses Ella BIaz and Flossie t Meat. Market I f

If L tt writing Misses Wllla Jack r

iIi These, prices will prevail until ,after Easter. and Postofflce Ruby ,Hobson Miss .Flossie: : ,Wellacott* :is THE PLACE I

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and
I MaggieRoberts.Cigar booth- MUses'Vlvian Russell I I Why pay enormous prices for fresh meats whin you ;" -- .
;d .Silk Eoliens all colors;worth one dollariper:: yard now; .. .::. ... M 4. .. .. .. .69c: and Jennie BetheL can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida J ':--

: ;Silk (soft finish) colors' blue"_"and green, worth .one. dollar- per yard, nOr.'; .. .. .. .69c; I,Lena Candy Gomez.Booth' Misses McQueen anJ I tor much less money at Armstrong's Meat MiTS" .

; 'ewdane,flo! cream color;/worth? "50c per .yard. now,... ..... .. .. . ::1- .. .. :. :34c; Fish and Pond Hilda-Roberts.Misses Mazzle McMahon Phone 161.. Corner Avenue D and 1 ; eet.

A Voiles t black and blue, worth,150 per yard noV!q3; ,. .:r: ; .. ..:- :-: -. .. p. : .. .,1.19 Advertisement booth; containing H i &fcIn

Briiliantine. black'andblue. worth 1.50 per yard"now./-L. *.;.:_. .. 3..... ;.. ......1.19 announcements. Fortune telling of-leading The famous-ftrme. Oriental ra .: 'I .t 5.4W

.Farmers chotce-muslin.(10( yards oply to customer) now.. ....,.a ry,. .$1 r r......... .-........75c'i :: palmist. Prof. Anargyros, has ,' ....

:i No. 180 Berkjy. cambrlc ,worth thirty five cents per yard,now.. .. .. .. ..... .19c' been engaged especially. for this entertainment I. '.. cANrr.lt 14T ,.: .. -j,.

** .,((10( yard. but only,(o each customer) Mr. and Mrs.. Chas. L. Moore of : spring time the tlosnr
.' St. Augustine,* who spent the early .her spring deaninit: ta \ tarns. bla.h .
: No. 150 BerUycanibrlc.yortrijhirry.flye. : cents per yard now... .. .. 'L.\f;',.,:...:18ci part:of .the week:In'the.city left-on. 'Us. sprlc plaottfcx.smd, SM* .... .
i Thursday for a visit to Havana. r/ their best. U*.o.wit! vs We a.Twt
:>. ((10 yard cut only to each customer) .J ': : ', '
-i' ?< Liens Greig, Jr.,left for the north i'a f .attempt a1 e. ,
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j (Tablenapkinsalllinenworthperdozen. ;: 1.50now..... ... .. .. ... last his examination week" 'While for"away promotion he' will to take a 1 -- \ tv> t PLUMBINtt:c- JOBr;) .J'

.Table.napklns all.llnen,. worth per dozen 1.75, now.... .' .. . .. ., r... f: ..1.39 captaincy "; '.without Intention of .oi.*.work flat :iI
"iu" Table napkins..all linen, worth per dozen2.oo, now'-: : :: '... .. .. .. .......1.69. I CorptI Col.,.has John assumed McClennan.command of artillery-of the I;, 1 : iant plumUoc'to be.best!. Tbere be dOM's plntj and ttem ofrprtag -

LadlesltnenhandkerchiefsWorth: twenty five cents each, now.. ...... ... :. .. .. ;.'..15c. I artillery district of Key West. Mrs. I II ..,c,,. why We uk..for'J01 '. sataesat G.& :
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J" < McClennan and Infant child accom- our rood work.
Ladles" hose, fifteen cent.values, now.. .. ....... .. .. .... ...:.'. .. .. ..t .. ...... .. :.9c' panied the colonel to the city. .U- is ot erl. 'higlssr-, : Qaa. 4:

Children's hose, .fifteen cent'values, now....:.;,...::..r.;-:. .', ,-'.'; .... .'. '.... .. .. .. ..;. ..9c cisterns The building at the and army enlarging post has o*been the ......,....-- H. r.tit : Prlcn.f Cly"r; a

..Lad1es.vests.f1fteeen.ent.values..3for' ..-.,...........................,........:..... ....... .{"., ... u.......:.25cHucktowetI2 of completed.New York,The were Abbot-Gamble the contractors.,Co. .- I ., AVMIIM. I ". ',
and. one half cent value, now.. ..':-. ... ..: '. .... .. .. ..4. '' '..... .-. .? ;8c The work cost the government about .

"..Turk a' 'towels;-"twenty.. ctnt'vaIue: .. ,,''now...... .,.;toJ.. w :.,. .. ...1';.' f.: '.Ir.:.';"..;..'. j:.., ';.. ..::;..;'?t .-.15c Yish 15.700.1 Mayor, Babcock" has* returned. to" the f .r }

-t Meu"sodd'pants" ,-six dollar_9Y::values.i w"'"now..... Yi H..:..;,..it!-..9'.r{. ..,.....,Ie'.M'.... .; .r-:!;.':.:.;,.-. .\, S.{....-.1 i' ",..f'..--.4.50. ; .city. from a business trip to Miami. : tootr t orsNn F o ertYr OWOers

Men's odd pants. five. dollar value, now...... ..-.. .. .. ...; .. .... .. ..-.. ..i.i.... .. ..3.99 from Mr.Homer a short visit.to Herick his has brother returned, Mr. :

Men's odd pants, four.dollar value,.now.. .. .: .. !' .. .. :;.;":;'r" .tat. '-;... .. .. '2.99 Clifford.Herick at Crystal Springs _
Mr. PressyWeatherford Is about If -
'' ''Men's odd pants, three dollar value, ,now' .. .. !. .. t't;. ;: : .... :. ... .. .. .2.29 again after aa; attack Of appendicitis. 1't? 'don't" ;,want. .* ISAVE. MONEY*

F Men's odd pants; to 'dollar value; now."t: : -. .'::: :. ;:".. .. .. 1,", ", ....;11.59: A Mesdames part3fpf young John Wardlow folks chaperonedby and J. 1'W. 1| help you. comet i

v 'Men's'odd coats, twelve) dollar vatue.,'nov+.. :: .. .... :.'.: ... :'... .: .:.: :. l,,:, .. ..40'6.90"' Johnson spent a delightful day .

; i Men's odd coats,. ten: dollar< : value;' 'now.... .. .. .. :'!.. .:;. :-;'.,1..".;..,, .\f... ,.'' f.,:" ..... .. 5.90: Saturday The United In a States picnic custom at La Brlsa.receipts 'The T. A. McDonald Go.

E ;Men's, .odd.'coatseight dollar I Value now, .. .. .... .."....." ..".. .. ... .. ..,4,,,' ". ''' ..4.90" 826.52.for the month of March, were $57.. -

'Men's .odd coats, six dollar! : value now .... .. .. ....: : ; ..-.. .. .. .. ." .' ..3.90' Dainty little Mils Jean Head the !
IY Men's-.Panama hatstwehty.dollar- value at.. .. .. ,.. .. .. .:> ..M-i, : .. .: .. '.If..13.90Men's daughter celebrated of the Mr. and third Mrs.anniversary R. S. Head of 'and boy your bedding material. Loug Leaf

I Panama hats,' flftesn. dollar value at.;.. ..... .. ... .,.-.. ... ..' :.::: .. .. rl:9.90: ,her birthday last Friday afternoon.Men's Yellow Pine and of all .
The Key West Business Association Cypress
Men's Pariama hais, twelve dollar value at.. .-. .. .. .-.... .1.: .. .; ..:..1'ft.. ..... ....7.90 met last Thursday'night A
b Men's Panama hats, ten. dollar value;.'now;. .. .... .. /.Y.--'j: ; ;,.... ..... ..6:90Men'sPanama number the.of various the business business men representing interests. ATe also sell Lime, Brick ((4 .Vinds), Cement, Sash PooraJ
._ Mouldings, and whatever else a builder Ire&
hats' ; -e.fght'"doll value-;"_at::.. .. .... ;', :: .:.: :, ..-.r.r, p.:; .. .. }r' ..'5.90. were present 4 at lowest possible figure.- reqi

1. 'if en's straw hats,.'$ ..0 value felt hats, $3.50 valni ; 7 Doctors are Puzzled
now................;....;..... ..2.S'9Men' ,.;..,.-..... ........'iI' ,... .9'O. You Know where we are' I'4th Street. Miami i, Florida
}lcu'. straw hats, $.300 value Men's felt hats,' $3.00 value| "r The remarkable or Krnne'b'
.M now...;.........:..;.....:......;239. .. nowr.-.. ... ;...... :.Itf.!........2'.39 Mclver. of VanceuwC recovery*.. _. r /. -
Men's straw bats, $Z50 value Men's felt hats, $ valnj feet| of much'Interest to the nedicai I
now.....,.....,...........:.:.....1.99 now.*..r.....":...::?..... .......1.99 Fraternity and a wlOt circle ot.riiytnu.
Men's straw' bats, $2.00 value Men's felt hats, $100 value] ; He saysof his case "Owing to sJ.erc '
now.....,..:.................".&;1:49 now.... ...;... .. ....4; .... ... 1 :00 inflammation of the tir::.st and i cow & CO. Chase &: Havrei ;
Men's straw bats $1.50 value Men's felt hats.;:$1.50 valv tf gestlon of the lungs, three docivncave Chase
now.......;... ......-.,.....,......1 19. now.",....!........... ,...... ._!SO C me up to die when ks a last resort I t 4.ft
: I was Induced to try Dr. King*
!if New( Discovery and I am happy to say. .
Large_lot men's,odd .,vests from !50 to s.0o value, choice . .) . ..... 75c It saved my life.** Cures :he ww.f ,SUCCESSORS TO I \
: ,Large lot rain's colored shlrts..f; lightly soiled: '1.50 value . . .. 75c coughs weak lungs and,colds hoarseness nr"- and la ,rtppe.Guar.nteed CHASE & HARHEY.lnc, fire I H
Large lot ladies white underskirts, slightly soiled. 750 and i.oo val 'at. . .59c at all druggUu. Sue .ndL FRUIT AND Accident
Large.lot.ladies corset covers 40._ .cent and 50 cent value. . .fi.29c| $ Trial bottle free. VEGETABLEPACKERS Bud 1

Large lot colored silk remnants, one dollar and 1.50 value at.. .. .. .||. .. .. .. .. ..69c. HOW MEXICANS TEST EGGSIt Tornado
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origigal Is a common sight In the plazaIn Cash Dealers in .
Ladies stylish trimmed hats off
: l-4th
: price.A a Mexican town to be selling two Insurance
reals' worth of- eggs, pick them up Crate ,
stupendous in all Dress
reduction' our Gbods. one by one, put one end and then the i

Everybody should take advantage: th I remarkable other to the to customer her lips,and who hand repeats them over the Material i FIDELITY BONDS
same identical operation. To the
reduction, aslhis opportunity will not, occur again. nexperlenced onlooker it seems as Packing ud W&reliou!! I
lit I they were tasting, the extremitiesof
: l i OLDEST AGENCY I IN h Ail
'. ;- I the eggs. As a matter of fact East End MLffil fiber Dock.
I they never touch the egg with their
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Goods StoreAll The Idea of the performance is that
Empire Dry" i when an eg; is fresh one end is 'I end Unctly which colder has than thear the other.chamber The lathe IF YOUR AUTO IS IN TROUBLE 1 CAN FIX IT n

.. warmer, of tie'two. The human
Tire Troubles Cored
are lips are exceedingly sensitive to beat z
Goods delivered C treeOrCharg and cold,Cud even the .novice at'.this new ones Sold. Cars for hires
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capable judge.If .
r both enJs of the egg reveal the I : C. R. Zachaiias '
\ 'v f1. same temperature that egg may be .
counted as bad, as it.is a fairly good [ Daniel's. Block] Miami. \
sign that the air chamber Is broken
; DAILY MIAMINMETR0POLIS and the contents spread equally. within I 'r .
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Resources .'E'!t 0 ', .' Beginning Saturday,. April l 7th,


!'I Loans and discounts ..........................'..... .....$422,070.60
Overdrafts, secured.....-.........................." .... 18,747.78: and Closing Saturday 4tii ((4i

u $. Bonds, and premium..........:............. >:**.. 71000.00 [
Other stocks and Bonds............... ............ ,'.... 41,000.00 .

,Banking.House...... .............................. ; .... 50,000.00 value R
: will sale of the Miami
:Due frombanks and U.. S. Treasurer........ ..'. ]%.... 74,657.92 We put on some biggest purchasers -

'Cash- in vault.......................... ..' '.........+f\i:\ ... 47758.83: have ever seen. Remember this is1 Easter time
:. ::0 : :: g.. $725,235.13 and every one wants something new. These goods are

y all advance styles, nothing -ivom or shdddy We in
;" Liabilities : vite YOUR inspection and SOLICIT, YOUR 'TRAD '.'
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> Capital............. ..........:-..........::..;....... .$100,000.00 i
.Surplui,and undivided: profits .-....:...........tL.., 6,766.67 Derby-Lingerie! Waists Light Weight t Skirts

j National Bank Notes...............1..... 52,000.00 1 $ K
DEPOSITS.........:.............................:. ; ..566,468.46 Everyone who has' seen. our waists. know. Just. a few cream, mohair sale t pliated skirts
what a beautiful and complete'line we left to be sold this: at 25, per ceat.
$. ,235:13: less !than their value. A '
carry. When we say Derby we mean ; original ewe
well'fitting, sheer, pretty waists: ;,ranging line b f white }linen .jkirts; ; both'toned

/. m in, price from. $1.50 $10.00. and [side plsited, 'very full, all sizes at
The Fort Dallas National Bank offers:to all customers old and new-every 1
Few skirts
25 discount.
.favor consistent with,sound banking ideas,' and every accomodation in keepingwith .per cent w
26' t
their balances'and financial standing B| ; cent t, "discount l in, .Fkcolon to go t tS at. HALF PRICE.

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of6: m r g Kayser double tipped silk Fine Lace Collars and 5UU'beta to'be sacrificed at

?lrthi jJ and'lisle gloves in all'col, cuffs' from$1.00 to $6.00 this .Je::. ':The line consist .
ors,.white, black, nav/grey, At a Big Reduction. dock linen t 1 :1kid silver:* <
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and. all shades 0 Embroidery turnovers, I p
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t and tan. glove made .
; hand turnovers at
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,r.. .. t,,'" ,"<'. "-''//t'''',,r''. 'H,_ ,.t ...f'i-. .' .' "''' \i' ',..:";.;. ." "; ;$1.00 gloves price.
'." ,;; ',.'''''.' -.J; '';; '.1:' ' r.. {.i'i.' '.h. 'c;'" t '''};,.h"'i ,1: ;::75c gloves for 55c your snpplvnow for your. _t? :$6.00 all'so40c : .
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." : *rp, .:.f ft ;' '11 ttif&t.r.ifr: : ; .: :' Mf : ,.t 'f!!;:Y:;;:'
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i! and purses and all leather at big reductions,.1(handker-l

just ,.arrived ::at'Scwcl' l Brotli.ts. ;. : -reductions.. .goods- to be closed at big..i. chiefs parasols hosiery. which: wje had left dresses Consis: ing skirts of ,long belts and, caps short, I]
: from the. winter season; are I' : .
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t tY ; iod everything for.a j
SjnaU lot of China leftrtor: abe special values" .j" sacques :
Y i. Do not fail to 1 lookthWmammothstock ? closed at" half price.. ;: ,baby at.24. ; peg/.cent L"J, "discount;!
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over at :once. Itps strictly S Embroidery .. than materi
: i -lot of Elite embroideries sells All our wool dress goods You'n > more

z ;. i. "v &Mup at.from..7..l-2c... ..to. .12...i.-.2c....... .....5G with trimmings toj I match at ... '.
to date Prices r One lot of embroideries, sells 25 per cent discount ; "
= = are reasonable :
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-r' -'v-rx' from 15cto20cat..........,. I 0 G Beautiful line white goods Under MuslinsOur
... One lot of insertion and the for Easter
,, edge IQ- j just thing the J I.
< : l't 25cto35c value at............ I 7t. suit discount
.J! at 25 per ceqt entire. Jineof ladies un-
;" ,'< :;.;. :' .. '. .. ..it.: :.!i ..,. ... All other fine embroideriesBig lot of silks; plain and derwc L r to' close,'inodu'fo* |
..... ... . ., ,..; .. '.'."1"'' ', '" -' .. .''." "' ,, both white and colors to be on fancy at a big reduction make |-oom for new lots.
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: ,' ''..:! ;'. t'1r"f", "1Ii"'Ii"o/l: / '"'.:";O""" -< .: .' "'?ii; $< / ", their original value. We pride new Easter suit at these prettiest gc
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Ij 4! you ci BANK iff mm < Town'TopiGs' ..WELLS & GRAVES. ;'

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of the ,we' particular ---1'--- -"- Millinery De \
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,, o city pay George G.Cilrrle went up this morn 'Mr. I.u.:: Cox,.clalm agent,of the
4 atten on to oanklng by mall. You'can/ ing to West Pttl mBeach having completed Southern Express Company, was a 1
t mill yourldeposit: .,to ,us.from i your own1 his badness In the county court panenger this 'mornings' north Designers,, of the latest SfriDg'.tJ hats'in
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j .ilk. dark ;
bound train.Mrs. and lightweight :
postofflce,,:and Immediately, upon receipt .traf,rials. .
,ro..Jer w M to list your Property ;:
1 of it a"Savings passbook"will -,' .' T. W. Jackson and son Randall .
issued and mailed to : left this morning for Havana on
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tv Y Capt. L. L.poJje, who has been up Ladies
the steamer Snlnnecock. They will Tailoring'Department
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We pay 4:qer CtAL per to returned Dupont t niornl&j fofjthe past to few Miami months'-' spend a few days In Havana before

.mm;, compound quarterly, returning. For .treet:'carriag'e and ereninr c tamta.;: f
For Sale-IjToar mules and thret Closing out shoes at cost this week waists.,tailor, gowns and coats .:
.$1 I will '.. McNeil Llvefy': Stables 15th St and 232 Twelfth strreMi ni.
,.' -, '. ,-- Avenue D. m Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Mason,
t..r. who visited the local lodge of Elks t
About twenty pai fcngers-JorKey last night left on this mornings tralj l'i
.I West and Hafcana left(on a and will go to Tampa to visit the I i
Capital $50,000; cock, this mo Inl. ', Lodge'at that city., .

Surplus and Profits :$ t 1 OO(); Do you wept-a -good Eastman ko Capt.' Geo. B. Baker, of West Palm
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dak. If yon do"zo J to Martin' Shoot- Beach who Is a candidate for county E sterSuit
Ing Gallery.Avenue D, near 11th St, commissioner In the -second 'oIl trtct, BOyYOLII'
Deposits $350,000 and make a Mgh. score.:: was shaking' hands with his numerous _
!j friends'In Miami yesterday 1 F -
_Steamer Mi. n1. CapL White, arrived .
In port thl }*inoralng. There were Five hundred and twenty-eight pair .'
The First Nat. BankREO no paesengeri'iaboard.Bresslri men's women's and children's "shoes ,
the
.- fl--' t1 Store/at cost this week >at the Racket at Miami (Clothing Company

., was, to list your property

f ; Mr. H. Date Miller entertained and ,dollars
two
Attorney w| I. Metcalf returned few of his friends last evening with save $
this mornlngtio his home In WestPalm a launch ride on the bay. In the
Beach m! party were his mother and sister Mrs.

R.J "T Anything you1 E;, want done, sidewalk, of H.West S. Miller Palm and Beach MUs Mrs.E.V.Romfh Nealie Miller, These two, dollars'wOI seWn you an extra pair of troaSe !II pair

...,' : '., sewerage, landscape gardening roads and Mrs. S: Bobo Dean. of dress shoes or a flue felt hat. Bebw are a .
built lands cleaned. See Fred Ratter few specials' for week '
Miami gf Miami Transfer Company offer for this. .
"Er $ '.- tale 60 road saddle, coach'heavy draft ,
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: I '-1" ,.. W. Sc2i idt Miami's popular and farm horses. Harness carriages, Smooth weave blue Coarse I wuye,blue '
... .: : i "* 4 '\ -"*?& \ restanranteurjtpas a pasenger on ute new and .econc! 'handed at bargains.Before 1 I serge knits, 'single $12 serge suit, regular
Snlnnecock fc*:Havana where he shipping horses for the sum $9
-, goes i breasted aac .aatin. price of these suits
,,- : Q.V" ,..-.(, ;. ,, for, a few.dar |visit. mer.we.will offer'for.l&le... fine aline lined, re.... price$14 1. $1LO0at ............. ,
of horses came'to the <
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,.RO. lIERJ ...... REAL KCTATI. State of, Thrtda'at reasonable pri '18 onnze black clay Dark .gray.flannel i isnits .,
x : : -. /jY? 4'.' :;' t ces. Apply at stable or write to J. 1L ,, satin lined*.$ 11.1 nits; regular price ..,
; .. General Manager Miami FiaONE $JO
Hanley $14.00
as's Mr. E.J H. Silrkman:of Cutler, was > regular. price $1ZOO only a few
hills 11\;, ... .
climb just : at. .
Carrie more : '
a* many passengers; goes attending to justness) 'matters In Miami .t.H t' ;.lt lettatw-'E..
fast; uses less gasoline and tire; is safer and more easily, --Tnesdajr Mr.: KIrkman has HUNDRED, YEARS AGO A : I
controlled; jut as luxurious :and comfortable ,and ,costs, many'friends|tn the Magle City who 16 bunze black clay Light &'dark;grey "
less for repair,than many cars that sell for double or treble sre always gliij to see him.SPECIAL .-- Fashions'Thtn-- Being .Reproduced- -by .nit*, Have">never $9 and tan catsimere- $7. :
its price;, :r .;; Send for the REO book.that teUs whyMiami t ,? Wsllt A Graves .; soldfor-teasrtbau'-" .-int'.iDg'teud'> : if
; lLOOat. ,....-,4...., double breasted, $9at..
f. J. d.. BARGAIN'Two 'One hundred years agOthe Empress I
Iota on1 JOth street not far from .- .
Josephine set'the fashion and'todaywe I
Avenue D foi p:sale 'at.bargain.- ; .J. are reviving the styles as worn by Don't MIss tMs Opportaalty( of ssppfyba yosrsetf j'

,Automobile Co.13tii H.: Tatnm'A: this noble lady and her fouowlng. andJttefasfckw's with seasonable clothes at extrwr .: an.D: decree that we lie-ruled loirtprfcesMiami .
Mr:'7w: Haan"i7eading
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by. .klng and queen of a century *
:Street near date .for conqbr.clerka Is looking after -, *
PostofficeV P"t : ,
his fence fln the north end of the v.
"' I t: years Clo I1
One hundred ago tiny hats t rig (La
county this week. He expects to be
with'short fronts and long back pI'lan.1 '
back In the Magic' City,,the" latter partof -.with ItlUe roses and made gor :
.the ,week.,r,>r coous 'with ribbon boas brightest
130 6Avenue D i Miami Florida
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-- colors,' were the fashion. Color are ,.
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The' Art StSne Construction>Company now :extravagantly: Indulged because -- : I -
Are You 'Going to Build? have Juii;;received .another carload Josephine and Napoleon had It so then ,
of Portland Cement If you are remembering that the taste of Josephine .'I
using cementU,11111 ply,;you to get '
for vtvtdcolors. *
:If you contemplate iDr a residence, business block,'or build. our price. 1': "" one was hundred years ago dresses were HELD UP fQ* Are, ''-.l
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inr of any kind it will pay yon to give us a bid. The artificial: : rr' short waisted with elbow sleeves,long f' '. EXAM t i ., J
Mr. Z.'T. :Jierritt one of the : |
i atone-which we manufacture i* WITHOUT A DOUBT SUPERIOR popular gloveslarge.buttons and many.other r

to. ANY'" .OTHER MAKE-IT" IS WATERPROOF.. up to candidates West Maim;: county Beach clerk.yesterday went frivolities all of which we learn from offset, any.Sittings .r, ringers ...
history of the empire period. lit Is ubmltted to our'attwoW will ....
whert.he win
Dealers in Portend Cement morning take his wheJand ,
Indeed a pleasant task reproducing la
1 -* make,tt.,trlp to.the south end our workroom these quaint old style ,OUPJ|* la. reealrtef, Nf ,___
'' : of the:eonntyi? a campaign tow.a .- so pleturesqnely-Jbeantlfnl as'were : ,] much Mt ....',..>''......:
Coflslniclion ; '
/The,' Stove CO -, dtiatyti44laahttfddul I those of the empire period. bs we ..q..w..I.'t* ..* kt'
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-Office. and Stone Yard Foot. Ave'D..t Look for the turn. Ia.Jhe waU-' :;: napetnrirtm* fir tall' MOM bonnet an these lovely effect .We Intel;, use trews Cwt
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rroa"e1-ta. bonnet, win 2 -MW +ae
I : Soar BrotiMr> *, and make. special prices "

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r- for hire by the hour, day week ors month.- Automobile *tor-
S2. O' :$? 5f- age, repairs and supplies. .'Agents for toe famous:FORD atomobile .-*
P *. Freight unloaded and (delivered.'pedal facilities:
,,' April 12thMagi u-for moving heavy freight.Omnibus meet train.) '
.. 1 : ( every Baggage -
i !,! .ferre .- ,ALL orders,reCein .
il. 'f',!: ', ,: ... :,., PROMPT' Attention.AND

d..iI ....'an$3.00 ; -"j.

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<- '" .. Phone584'.Gomer' :Aye., D>": and 4th St L. F. LaFontlsee f t 708 7th St
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ur *'|..iBesides this(patent Gibson i ie we. haTe tlmodeli'of('iott _- .
<.'black kid and gun"metal, 'In 'vanetyof': shapes and design' .. '

':Tfit i. flife: i n all c lap sad leitbers at$2.50 and. .$3.00: r Dade : He

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f' --- ? aid Up; Capital 575.0OO.>":*Aj[ 'ScrpTus. $12.0OO

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A} ;,,- '; invests on its account and for .
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PACE-TEN THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, 1904i
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I }:eal E t t ] rg l .Announcements of of-FOR the Dade Democratic COUNTY county Thomas subject COMMISSIONERSecond primary.:- .J.to-Hardee.the action. -- :J Without: Fishing Enough, Trip T ,!



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I M ft'! Auouceltteat.lder" tbs.beadiac ',To the Democratic Voters of Dade I
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1 Srul be iawrted nulil after the Demutic
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We offer fcW cbokc properties fo' the next 10 days : ,
Primaries In '
> the Daily MetropoI '
.. for li.tX;.Weekly)I ....,..,lie tS.to .I hereby announce myself as a can FISH LARGER_ FISH |AND f
M follows* _,r i ia both the Dally Sad Week )I.itlb dldatetor; the once'of County Com'
,../ -. ;=: lor Sw.oo. mlssioner from the Second District VARIETIES ..t''IIH "tbn-

Ztott 50x150.:on paved street In fine part of city each.$4SOOJ;; :E<1 Positively BoaaaoanceBealwinI of Dade county, subject to the'.will ,r -
.. t
IECAUE-THEY GoJ PREPARED i
iucrud ale acco..p.aied by tbtFor
1 lot on' 10th street near Ave. 'C, a big bargain at .....$1500: wsarfti of the Democratic voters as expressedat
the;; coming primaries: 3 !
3 lots on- Fifth'street,.each-............. .".,.'........ ..,....$45000? '" Paul CV Jones. FOR ALL EMERGENCIES ;,
House and lot 8 Representativehe
One-half lot on. Twelfth.'Street, for ..;... 2500 People of Dade County: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. :
Mtai.SportillgoodsStorji
Elegant home on 8th street......... ..v .. 14000 R; : It the request of friends and with Fifth District, ;
f, : a desire to serve you Jn the State Leg
ii I lstiture.I announce myself a candidate 'I hereby announce my candidacy fareaommation i f .

Riverside lots, are sailing j-apldyv, but we have a few. choice ones;'; for this office subject to the Democratic to the once of County I : SOS"12th STREET, '
primary to be heU In May. Commissioner subject to the action "
left'at. the' ,followingprices' ,' J I, respectfully solicit the support 01 of the Democratic primary and solicit I' : ASSORTMENT,
the. people o:' Dade county, and If the support of my Democratic : CARRY, A"PULL OP

Corner Iota on Twelfth, Street...... ......$1250: elteted, I will faithfully and Impartially friends ,i \t 'THE BEST.TACKLE MANUPACTUrV I -.
&scharge the duties of the office, E., O.: Tweedefl. ED MADE ,TO CATCH, AND,HOLD
... :
Inside lots on Twelfth Street ; .1.000. and all i
: will do In my power for your |
Inside lots. on. other',,streets....... ...... ..... .$!SO; belt Interest and welfare. I trust to FOR"COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,- : __ : fstir: 'Fi& h :
'- ;, ,
3 hive .
*? the pleasure of meeting the rot- ,
Comer Iota on other streets........ ... .1 ;; District No. S :
i eft'at'an early date and discuss all :
To the Voters of Dade County:
'
pbhlic questions ,and define,fully my '
*"rTemembef**that'water," liswa;;"lights; pavlng'lnditnet raiIway will, position' In reference,thereto. I hereby for announce renomination.to myself the aa a once candidate Southern, Mi'bk& Stone Co.
flj} recognize the fact:that a public ,
; :
of County Commissioner In District '
all be down there In the next sixty days. o 1ce.l1 a public trust,' and should 4.HOOAN {STREET i.ACKSONVILLEf
} No. .J, subject: to the action of the -
3-91* honor'me with your,rote I will ,HeadQuarUra j
Democratic primary election to beheld 1

; : highly rttl' be appreciate loyal to your your Interest.Respectfully.confidence. and May 15th. 1906.T. A.'WID1l.14.FOR .' Building: Stone, :Marble, !etc.
;

) .H. :Tat IUnl.Go I Ij1 ,.10" -G. A..Wortey.' COMMISSIONER MOSAIC Aftb! '-T'tElWO'RK' ) !

: 1 For Representative' District No. S FOR! FLOORS,- BATH; ROOMS"! 'MAN rELB.' ETC.'
Tl "" ''H >4
..,." ," ....' ... -p .,{, ,., ', r|pt IJ, hereby the position announce of, my Representatlre,. candidacy To County the :Democratic Voters, of Dade *>MoeuuMflU;GeMral I.Cemetery'Work,'etC (. :;

dim) Dade County. To yon I sub I take this method o. announcingmy Larrnt work*"" Ua. e U.4 FacilItiM lie rnc1al!v Ptowpe.relea ;'

4it tne question of my qualifications candidacy for the office of county >
tfcf;represent you In that capacity. U commissioner from District No. S; subject
oomlnated j at the Democratic primary to the actionof the Democratic R1TTYBROTHERMachine
: *nd elected at, the general- election I primary. On account of being engaged
; : YarboroughCoiltractor' : iW\ devote my best efforts to yourMtrice In vegetable growing it will be Impossible .
and the welfare and np-bnlld-' for me. to make a personal
f {Iik of Dade'county, shall,receive my canvass of the county; my crop demanding .
and !BtiilderBdider earnest consideration. my attention Just at ,this Shop ;
,. Respectfully;, time. This being the case I earnestlyurge'all

,i f 'of the'PalnC'Beach dote t, :,! I-. ._,J. WWataoL: _-, can In my my behalf.friends to Jo R. L.what WalL they ; Agents' for the NeEra: Gas; ;Engines. Gasolene k ,

For County k and kerosene repairing ] SPECIALTY '
I engine: ,aJ
'
; House" Moving.'Specialty aL :r. the Democrats of Dade County: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER5th 1 t
: :
; j r' : jl take this method;of,announcing DistrictMr. General I Repair Work .

:Diy. candidacy for the office.of,County 508 SEVtNrH'STREET: $! j MIAMI. FLOSWrrt.
; [ J4 ,
Miami.'Florida.
4:. i: Clerk subject to,the action of1 the Kirk ]Junro ,of Cocoanut Grove

;Democratic primary, an*. will appreciate baring been unanimously nominated '
I. ,. -- 'any,support'that. my: Mends fork county commissioner by a' mass
can 'fire m.. :Respectfully. meeting of citizens, we hereby announce. Sons
1 ..., 2. T, Merrttt,, _his,candidacy; subject to tae ; Cirry'sj.l }

I- ; Vf'e Y ers :&, R(1)-fns,' Iii For .-,-. ." action Mnnroe 0:has the;been Democratic'a resident primary.of Dade Mr. 1' E I.L. -.

I County Citric ,county%for j more than twenty",yean, } 'key West Florida. ::1
bits
,13 With foil appreciation!ef,the
;Electricians" ; i tShipChsnd1ery
;Contracting honors asked,for and promising faithful during'which time-he has shown an I' HEADQUARTERS ,FOJH
unflagging zeal In the cause of good
performance of duties If elected I !
!
roads and-has-steadfastly promoted i.
t' hare the honor to announce myself a BulldliigJ. g
,
1019 Ave. DMiami' Florida every worthy Interest.of our great
ii. candidate for the once of Clerk of the
.. ,_ -
Therefore
county. we ask for, himthe : !
: I ": '. for Circuit your. Court'of Vote In Dade the primary County;and of May ask hearty support of ill'good' citizens ;J. Materials ,Of All] Kinds. l'Coal

: iSta.: '::1 'J. p. Jaudon.. I at the coming primary. I and. lee, Stoaa'tBjtfint Rail".,.. MachlaSlafl, .,..
( W. J.'Shone. ,
Signed) '
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.L often & Einig J-|- For' -ountl:'Clerk B; S. Potter. All x' kinds,ol repairing; Bgile[ (;'and S team\i'ittfq'CaJ1 oe don at '

; ; !'"r'tab this method of ,announcing Geo. Richardson, Committee.FOR shortest notice in the best possible manner by xpert,skilled methau eI .
,
I .mjrself as a candidate,for ,the-office ," t '
,of Clerk of..Court for Dade,County. ,t ,-" ....... r

f. -'M chine; Shop: 'J j subject to, "the'acUon of'the Democratic COUNTY Second COMMISSIONER District 't .
: ; :[ primary. r. W. Bahn.
,-, To the Voters of Dade County: See Dr. Bw nhamile

'&17 '. Across. The .River."Will : ._ : ;' For Clerk of the circuit.Court. .,' I hereby announce myself as a can.
Jldate for nomination
to the office of
To the Democrt.lc
VoKrs of Dade
;
; r i County: : county commissioner in District No. S, MiamI
repair' engine pnshorfnotice. subject to the action of the Democratic and' Specialist t
1. Vjour j : : !t..1..1 voters Hereby In,the present coming/my:Democratic; name to prt the Primary' Election to.be held May Surgeon :

Gas t Engine Men;!: We carry 15th.,1906. ,Geo.' B. Baker. feom'i. ,
1; Expert r ; itil wary as candidate far clerk of the If you are' a sufferer. .. Chronic.DiseaieUlcers,:Tamors,,Caacers .

r dynamos, coils; plugs st;<',batteries'wi e, .circuit Having court resided for Dade uere county for twenty_ 4y. :FOS 'COUNTY' ,COMMISSIONER ir any Blood Dijease j ,'"Catarrhal D ae1'o: i' !Head,-Throat, '

,years,r invite!'inquiry and Investigation -r t ; District Ne. 4 Lungs! Stomach or.Bowels,:Drspepsia ndijrest'on. Recta
il : screws ''swltch ."- :-' .'-, c --'- : of those who do not know,me ,<;:.The friends of A: Lee Allen desiretoplace.hisname I
; ;. perlocally 'Di'seasea. Female Diseasesr .
., .. -;::; .. before the.voters I
to
: "' f. ;as. reputation as a cit.lzen

t;... I .1.. : : '. .....,.' I past,lad my r,my.and'fitness as an and official-competency la years'I of Commissioner Dade County for;subject the office to the of action County A t I.raesf akJW4vivCLl:AlUwl :lIon DpathM V E iVA VA4*Wand '.

1 ?Lofton Tth for the once to which I sjplre... ,.; of.the Democratic primary, "election' '
to be neUJMay.'11108. Urge stock of Specially prepared'renedies for Special .TOT...
# It,elected promise fair and courts oF. '. a. : ,,- I. .. 1 .
MS. treatment every citizen at the .. : -y
,
,;J'.t- ::$' 'I: .j lands of.every person connected withtie ..FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER'' : 'MiOTiljflnjIwanF", $ !
'I', ,-
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office," District No.4 : f .. ,
ft: :'; : \iI Soliciting the support of every.soter&ho The friends of J.,J_Holly announce Upstairs tn Metropolis :'. From 9a.111. to 4 p. m. Smu excep

t; Youn s' 'Bl hmac1 considers me competent and cap him,a&a,candidate.!;for County Com. 1 "I ruildiUJ *' .* I If
;
_,k _, .able,,I-amrNpecU8nEugeDa.H.,..-,., : ."" """" mifisloner ..laDist&LNo..4.zubjectto : '
= .. Dlmick the action;dot(,the Democratic Prt- '
: nr, MM111'afc''JS 'WiTTm 11 wiaMfii ; i .c0RPO1A4: 'ED" "- -- !wf Wezt Palm Jleacla.a S ot, f:> i :) tt' f
10'1 :
,;f A Drug Stored or' The .People }'::.J Clerk tfJ..i of, =the--Circuit'f.TUrrFor Court ';,...r :t COUNTY::) )r COMMISSIONERSecond- :.)' t.;.I'VFOR ,.J\tetul 11 Ga


tThat's'ourinotto! ; .?-r2dtic has been: thevmeans bfa'dding.htm: !! :, Believing that.my services for the District I .
past Ave years as Chief Deputy In the Friends of William Helm, announce p- j
hew"clistofners list \Ve
;|dreds of to our: "sell"only! puif-; office of the Clerk of tne"ClrcuU: Court his candidacy for.county commissioner
:est drugs. All prescriptionsare; filled, b)" registered pharnW"cists f qualifies me for the:position 'here'! fromthe Second district subject to the The1 coming light for dwellings" stores, .hotels.. Better than ...*-
: We also'carry the.firiest sbda-and ice cream in the city with re.peeUul11l1111Ounce.my candidacy action of the Democratic primaries. triclty and u cheap!! aa aiL No-lamps to elean. Ne danger ef.tx-.1.
NO EXTRA INSURANCE. : : READY.
., for Clei'Jtof the Circuit Court ),Mr.Helm Is asuccessful business ,lotion. : ALWAYS ,
Doots North of oslolfiee ,1 subject the approval*o*;the'Demo man*enthatasUc for good roads .a I
W. E. critic, yrlmuy.'" "--. first-class civil engineer and Yell Eagle AU.TOM'ATICGenerators I :

ToiiiSgs, rcs ra s.. a ntu equipped to fill the offlce.-. :. ... ... }!j.., ---- \ _" .... "'-I, ;. 11>... "
are uneqaale& Ovejr-IOJGQ new h* use. ,Sold Sussas\,absYMs -
F.rCoimtyTr.eaurerTo ; FOR:COUNTY;COMMISSIONER OUARArfrtEICeet U yen IF,YOU JAM, NOT SATISFIED "

: j the,Voters'of Dade County:i .... j First'District DMILLSr-TOWERS'TANKS .-
rr I .Raring been Ueatlfled with .eDsd. I respectfully announce myself'aa .W : AND+ PUMPINS BNBJNIt

county sinew 1895; having done the a candidate ,for the once of county
? A WILhIAMj.t.BRYAN very'best,I* kaew how aa aa fadMdual' commissioner, for the q First t District TlioW.; ., IVlMWEt ,Bi 'N566tMullrectory
dozen to'mate'lt a' prospcouscounty subject to the action of the Democratic -
'-.. 'LANDS'' ; having lived 'at. bofi'ends I primary of May 15. ""., --- j \A I ...
; > 1 IN FOREIGN_ 1j of the f eouaty.' anJ having 1J1e4.1"bUc I Harry DuBoUjC

.11., .. t..UIII."Mr. Bmaa'a kttcra sVtlf*Travel '; dceIO'tha\: ,people n..y 'Jupiter.. Flan ....a 1'1; 5 s y ir.i i ::
et..t .
boY whether I do soieonsdentlou- _
) ;
to'(he Usw U svbadftc f.the Cora;;...!,. :]I Iv ly. I BOW offer, myself aa a candidate 'FOR TAX'ASSESSOR Miami! :

for the, office of County Treasurer. To the Democratic Voters of Dade us1IIeSS
.r,,.,William J. Brjao :editor,oijThei Commoaerr sailed ] subject"to the Democratic primary
County: ,
.San-Frandsco September for a years' visit abroad. name I need every.ote that I can set sad I will be candidate for notlilnation
a ,re- -
of his trarels,.Mr. Bryan wUlriait the following
course
.. trust that myMeads Yh.UterJa.th. at the coming Democratic prtaaary -. t ,
countries- : city or'- country wtnfhot"forget*me for the once of Tax Assessor and respectfully The. Out of Town Buyer,and thoe wlthiin the city WIll find In'the) i
-- -" 'j on the day of the primary In return solicit supperGeo. list below h. addres of Miami Merchants. under .t
"
your
BAWjIlAP"," ... BRITISH ISLES'' i for .which I promise, if, electedto .' O. Butler. olaeind heads for roaaljr .,..._ }
CHINA, INDIA, PHILIPPINE perform the duties of the offlce with I
AUSTRALIA, ,.LOYPTPAL1t8TINE, (g;: U much'_ eottrtesy.' accuracy ",,1
HIW ZEALAND,, TURE*, OBKECKr: : promptaeas'as I'give to my prlnueOe Always Keepa Chamberlain's. Cough .. L. BRADY.41.CO. URDINE A QUARTEJUUM
8PAnrIt FRANCZ. ITALT," '; SWITZERLAND: bttsiass *::a Currte. Remedy In' hie House Fresh" Rite an* VejetahleaUtftJRre Dealers. in Dry Oe0iCNeM
NORWAY
kva>Aau&a 'i Lanes
MalAtap.
dad
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DDIUBUSSU: 8W1DWT,.IIIOLLANDJ Chamber' ; **. Cor. Ar. !a lOaail. Ito.
Per CanqTrsseersoTo "We would not be without l S094M llth..StI ]Dasd,

Fresaeacheftbeeoaatries ......)Mr.BQaa.m 1m" ? the"oteri of Dude CwW:' lain's Cough Remedy. It la kept moa Fancy 'Oraosra. Bay, Grata I .. aV .
J escrlbi.f Ma obserraaoae ace dealing particularly with the telltti! >t hereby'Aaaoonoe ayMiraa .:.. hand continually In oar hoaeVaaysW. Dialer .CREYEN'r
., ,, w eal life efthe eoaatrles .....- |j3 dusts hr'r n.m1aaUoa'to.t s Oo.T .W.sWBeraey.,editor:ot Qa/Inde and Koper TsrtUlastA la Drwi, Vatwletaea.
.Tl iMasttmw1UtopahUahe4tiTh ea.......;and thos.,.B.! Matty Tusra.ssbjset ""Qe mpyhmnyysshoald- Toflet ARC /ls
di.Ir.$read wry at jf UtIle'letters shoold. lost M fern la sakHteribUt tfUo* at the DaaoeraOe rrtearyeJectlaa what a L LUMMUS UtT AresnMD.'J'0
fat Eir. itryaa'e at hand tor lastaat ns*. a -
paper to to MM UOk UML kept ready 'oo '
s cold be checked at the Sat.et auCIU'Id. .Dealer4 ts .' ilgM4 -- ,
di..l.; ltxaoed !7 u.! U : J ... nay '!i '. a BECK WINONis
'fte wes $ sWis.- .
_' \ ta ffteh lesa UwU(Mi.3 ft It .. _, IWUII T'" _
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+ .. tutan tilt' k fpsctsl ru..ca witk. $btO.bGsherwoe .-.. -.......... 6:6i.iitl86b. "haa become settled L tbe ftJe J 1f ..,1' w
-.w.I.ae ??1..aWl its Sly.'the CesasMBer red Ue biht6 .
t .. remedy tia also wtthont a peer far .. "..1..
,W.. ,_ .s wbr pig lt.4ts
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:r? r,; ,. "'t't a NAOa1.esltlwQ0ln .. t S:ww1es gloss as s a as ebn1 LLt. ....iMuit1. Co.. >

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x .., -- THE.WlAter. KltlWbUt 'WIDNKtPAV,*A'RIL.t.OI S"*'i .PW a.avu

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& -'- '(-'- "" ;a 1--q-[rewind: :: superior::-1.:"species of robber: oFtlGl r(jUNTr() County: Treasurer' ".......... 71.00 \
: RUBBER TREES :
Coa.ntr.Comm1la1oDer ....;... 10.00 \ 'East
1 was found in Largo, .Africa. eJladiigaicat Flondar
} Coast'Railway
i )Member Board Public Instrnc. 10.M
also lit produced excellentubbrawitbw : '
:''WHERE .THEYFLOURISH AND HOW I fl MJGRijIG) tAli. Justice of the Peace ... ....; 5.00 '
", ,a comparatively receut : Constable "...:.............. 1.00
THEYARE"CLASSIFIED. per oo.? In eastern and'central Africa rf local Time Card No. M. In Effect Jansay INiXa.
i t- County Fish and Game Warden 1.00 ,; ,
several new rubber >Uut hare bet-u
-j 'I j
Supervisor of Registration. 5.00 r.1tiuia iluo M.I.. UoanMaurD-gun
/a; "P.
Tfce Pan ...bid af Sawklav *. sap! 4Iatoert'llInce.t yeir. : Even Mexico aA All candlate.'are required to file a .

t. p..... c:...... e..o.. Ba-, has yielded a new rubber, called tnt meeting '
a( of the Dade County Democratic written application to have his name M.Xa. 4 So.'.K.. S3 STA1IOXS:! a ;!C. 7'N"- tXwftNwN:!
.r ....*. Oil u Far Which Maa Caa'Da- I gaarule. but tills is of Interior Talue. Executive,Committee was hell appear upon the official ballot on the Dally Dally I I Daily I Dally D.k1JD IlJ Dall71 DalI7
.... ........ The ,milk of ti-e rubber tree is not 't I
Ka blank
\
" .1. at jMlaml. FUu. on the 14th day of furnished by the' committee, S 20 pf. 20 p I JD a S 00 7 sD 710 I' 710 a I 40 asp'4
imply liquid caouu-Uooc, but contains March 1906, pursuant to adjournment accompanied with the fees above set 24 pi+ 0 M! s __._ "_.8p. 7 ',,--_ 7 II ._
r .Tbe !steadily increasing demand for t a 40 10 15 W ." St. Attgostia... / 20 W I.., .
p \ Y a a J q
which
-India of .itssues the latter a* an oil-like matter, The following call for a primary forth with Geo.' P. Bull of OJus, FhL, _._' 1p' p 11 U t "_. .. _..l UUUDP _. ." S311 '."__# 642 a''_
;, rubber' ,' the,treat variety '. Is upended In the milk as an emUl.aloD. election' was adopted towlt: Secretary and Treasurer o! the County 10.JOW 87 pit, 30 .1'| 4> a Lv..._..>:au PsI..I"b 1 S 16!.. .!!...l II II a 140 .
and the failure of attempts to de- Gatherers of this when p"f'ii OOp' "U '10 10 ...I&IU Tw 6 W |T r
; Juice Notice Is that there Democratic Committee, on or before 45K p.ll Ar'--1- ,(709 p;
hereby given : Ai a1 ai
S 00 ;ll oa 20 LY_ P Utk. .. 700ei 6 M
rise substitute for It p, 1 p; l.!!..
any satisfactory \ makin uciHlou" In the tree with a pickor wiltibe a Democratic Primary Elec- the 26th day of April, A. D.1J06. ,= rrirrrr, -
M.Ieo.---L t >
i 6i pl-i, Ar.-&D v
c'. were" facts suggested by a.conversation hatche must take the greatest areDot Uod;teld In the several elections districts The Democratic County ExecutiveCommittee ---t; ,,10&i 1',0&, a! a M Lv._._I pan M.l......__.-Ar Jp-W a liTllinB 'CIIJ.

f. with members of the staff of the completely to penetrate'the Inner of Dade county Florida,. on stall meet on Monday.May 711 Pif l'P=== LW.. >ufa.i....., ..a 'ii.'''--'I 4u.=' .,
; rewTork: _botanical garden incidental bark, as that\would provide means May A:! lSth 1906. and If necessary on 21. 1906 at the County Court'Home, __ 710 712 pill It 18 .'..-- "=tl DPOOt--. ........._.. 4 :_ 410 422 a.._

to an inspection the India rubber i ot entrance for\i>orlns:Insects,- which JunVjlI, 1906, for the-nomination of in Miami Florida, and publicly canvass -- 1U: q'..... ...1102-a "......Ormopd Hol L__.. ,_ '';:'--'_|.---':-'- ,
; would destroy theNlfe of the tree.There State and the return and'declare what use eat p1o pill, a "....(. Ormoixl'portPrang____- (5 : s lo..*, 6 t3: e '
all Ipemocrath; candidates ,
economic collection In the garden'sJ&nseum. use 1' b p 10& 1'.1120. t ; > ( PIT at 11 a
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are.TlrlOUI etboda of effecting : Coiinty, to be voted for by the Democratic candidates are nominated by a majority I" I' J"6 1'1"_".'".. ".,.-' *.I""ifcAf 2IIm..h lal3laa.... .. 4
...I .. -i i the coagulation of'the milk,'but thePurapatheren electors at the general sea Tote for each county office and la 12 2D P tJ "115-p tl 44 a -__.Saw' Smyrna.-.._.LvAr j !| a 444 .
This collection- an exceptionally 1011 11 'ili 4N .,L Hel"Q_LY U ;,/ qtd;
what cases a second primary will 110 I' I' -- It
6th. 1906.
depend almostwhollyupon ,: Uofljto 4 be held November top a IOp 466 I' 166 I'4 pn,r.Cltr...." IS SS |> M 1$- j>; 6. p'54!!e l'
.good one, comprising herbarium specimens the operation of smbklng..Vari and'jo be appointed by the DemocratIc have to be held. 1045 a 1.46 .s ao p 600 p **.Oraap City DDmoD" L2' 6 to ..16. 4upil5 _

of the leaves, seeds and fruit of ous palm nuts are e>>mmooJ,:' used ala Governor of the State between the W. A. Filer. i I 20j-rwp 11 w .. m.rDa.-A.Y. 112 )0 4: I 45 t 2'.,4Is I
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Chairman. 'M I' 111 ,I LWEN.:: HIU--L. t 41 j,- 114 a.
MI/ ';rubber pisnts.,aDd- treee, a specimen fuel and the quickness;with, which .sat"i of holding such:'primary election 121 a I >sp P11 ... ...._ JWpiSWj>; 14*,a' IIS aITSTaT .
.of the milk or sap which Is the basis the smoke from these produces coogulatloo anj' the holding of the primary Attest: Geo. P. Bull, 1 t':-100.:1'__ Ar j ....qronL.-LY .__.jI = 1
Secretary 20 ; .__.. LYI..iIaDCO"-- ._ __ e Se. 6 10
election.. A. D. 1908. n a. a'i2Y
of India rubber andumple.'of the has been attributed to the presence :;: ;::: ::
48 lI p L -THmTllU.... TAr ld I U a 616
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lTii
The following officers are to be nom- p --- !
In it of acetic acid. The shells of ** .. ,...
.commercial product In Its I various I I' l n I' Cocoa Lv 117:1>1---, IIU a.
brazil nuts'.have aiso'been used for Inaed| at said primary election to- REGISTRATION NOTICE l It: 1 p ..= ockledre_,, 1e-1 use s...._
stages up to and Including vulcanixattoo. 115 1'116 I' "_Bockled HeLIMpj111; pp'''h--'_
't/ All the principal varieties of rub- the same purpose with fairly good re HfiRepresentative 17O05tvet 414 p.,..... --.ITIB UsllK.-..". 1341 !'I-ill It .._ t
suits i In 'Congress, See. The registration books will be opened .......I17 a.n; 1'_ .-._.L.Melbourne_ _" tin ,_!1211._ .
,ber are represented, and In .the gar- 154 a1. III pl_ --I.. bu aa _" 1160y_.11 It "1_ J'
In burning'the fuel It is'sought'toprevent Conrressional District. In the various precincts in Dade ._ '
den's 141 .'' 644 "__ -4.8$. lade-- p.--- .i
creeuhoare n.Iq'.ped-
perfect combustion so aa to 2f!!Justices of the Supreme Court county for four weeks beginning 4. a 203 a''' I 00 311 p'w Port PIerce_". I' 55 to! II II p1050 p1252 ,;
'l mens of, the plants producing them. ,_ I a ..ISI pE__ TlbbaJl&_" 1022 la.--! 6 17 p__ j
The most notable exhibit la the secure a greater quantity of smoke, 2v Railroad Commissioners. Monday; April 2, and closing Monday 121' 124 .__ .. ._1:4.: ...__._" 1016 .:_ h.I .. ;
economic and an inverted clay pot with a hole .11)1embe of the House of Represenlatltes. April 30\ for the purpose.of giving t. a,1211 ." ....,,_): 10 IS ,a-:' W 1'--- .:
collection Ia'a bottle of the milk a tel. las 1001'a.-_ 111 P'J'
from a" Para rubber In the bottom Is placed over tile fire. ., .all an opportunity to quality .It &: TOt 1'1-- ..3.8Iua"-": 685 a 101 p:.,.... .
-! tree. pure.whiteand The milk is exposed to the smoke Issuing 1:Clerk of Circuit Court for un tplrei themselves to vote In tha Democratic ,__ II .lin 1' 121 a.__ I40 p._ "...
looting,like cows milk very recently .07 Sloe, JMSSI I' 505 I' Ar_Writ Palm Beech_" 560.1015 111 pkkoo
presented to the garden by John from the orifice a paddle. which termlCounty:; \ primary to be held on May 15, and ".17 a 450 a:61'p a m P Lt.._j.Palm Beech"._ .. .4.. .101$ eo; 1 os p 1010 pe .
of Taxes June 1%. see 640 palm Beach.;.Ar a IS .10 eo !
has been dipped Into a large vessel of Assessor, ri a a; I' P .
Lane Beck who It from Peru. __ _
brought 62ft a sw9M -i- ) 748. p618
:_ Such is said to be extremely the liquid, being held In the'cloud of l a specimen -
smoke which quickly coagulate tbe t;bounty Treasured __ las a 1000klOW __ "_'o"IAad.rdale1, \ a_..T" p;
rare In the temperate ton.. Then so Commlssloners.3. apply J. C.. Burteshaw _.- 6 U 1'1- __ lima.-..." 112 .: = '
County to Larkln,
milk that the'paddle can be dipped __ 154 .1020 I' Hall..d.Ie10 a,.... i17 1
there
;: are samples-of India rubber In This .) embers of County. Board of Public FUu, a* the deputy registration officer 20 .10 tII LemofCtty-" 6M a. I'
the various processes of the mannfaci again almost Immediately. process |lnstrncUon.IiSapervlsor. are not authorized to make these esO.TsO.1Otp7mpAr 1.1D't. .()O .. .16 110 :1i
la repeated until the mass of India Llamf 100 :1I
: i ture and a specimens of fully completed rubber the paddle become unwieldy of Reglstrat transfers.I _._ lo p a_"__ ...__ At*".. llomeetsd"..hi.... ""_. L.__ ,IO ;

products. The most curious of when on It Is removed. i. 'Member: of the Dade Count \Demoer have this day made the following Buffet Parlor Can on trains 23,Z>, <8J7L .Buffet glcvplnf Cart on fr alas SS,M.SS,II. :,
the latter is a pair of shoes"made' by ; tic Executive Committee forN eo appointment of registration officer I Dally except und&j. lCOXDBntSED j
'South- .American i natives in the rude Despite.the extenslve'production'ofrubber clncU Nos. 14 and 7. respective; I i" "I
countries the demand In the different election districts of SCBKOCLK BETWXICf JACKHOXT11.1.B:! : .... : \
various
; mold of a foot' shaped hole in the In ; of the Peace and 1 Co Dade county: .
ground into which' the* rubber was for It hag increased more rapidly II stale In such districts as have Ta- .Precinct Xq. George Parks. j ... tl*'Rs. I7t'I*. ... i.,..... .. ,.. t7' e.36ts..sits., 3

-;,. poured In a semlUquld condition'and than the supply. The better the qualityof caddes.ifltb. clnct No. 2- P. Kitchen. r 60CTHBOCSD Dally Dslhl Dally Daily I IsiTJuiiVrBl'lWI! I iB II, 'ri

: fashioned the desired form while the rubber the longer Is the growthof : and Game \raraen. clnct'No. 3-Frank Sheen. LT JseUonrllleAt soooo a II ooiooo P 20 a 1 10 p I W pi I CO pi 1. SH p i 10 p- 51o
; plastic. In addition, there is a the: tree producing it and tbe longerIt the rules governing' said primary nct'No.. 4-Jesse Dangharty.: I !St.Aum tlnKORTHBOUJO_. .. 10 to.Dally .: 110 P .110 pj40o) pl 1110// : t 20' fit to ,

: 1 tlon of tools used In gathering 'Couec-I takes to yield the material.; ,The eletalon;shall be the same as those Precinct No. 6- T. .J. Haygood. ... 74-'!... N..711 la. 44*.., 12'5.. :III.. ,.tl..lstl..

from the India rubber trees such U i poorer rubbers can be,obtained much adopted by the Democratic Executive Precinct No. 67- J. VT. Umstead. i ) Dilly Daum J I Dally IL ilrr Ei.II. 0* f I DIn, Gay I a
the pick or.hatcbetfor.1I"oundlnr the more quickly. 'As it comes to market Committee at their' meeting held, In Precinct '0. 1- M. \V. Marshall j -
bark, the tin cup In which the sap. Is the-bulk' crude rubber contains'a Jacksonville on February 24, 1906. for Precinct Nb,. 8- J.V. Ives. t' Lv St.AagnMlne S40 i| 10 p, e 2U p 12 to p 11 10 .11 40 mt au .'T 4O "1.20
ArJaekODYIUS7q) 710 pi 710 p110 p1210 pit 4O pi 7 40 a'I10.SP1-
... received u It exudes etc. large percentage of impurities, especially governing, State Primaries, so far as Precinct.No. W, E. peDdleton.1' .. j
keat will b
As Is generally, known, the remarkable resins. Para rubber was former UNJI:,:same shall be applicable to the Precinct No..iV- Joe Cballle I i t Tnloi D ar caches eompond operated acludrelyofpalltwnorPnrbrtsr.m on Uicw trains oo which no extra or teat tra fare U...bused.I' FLA."J J
'commercial 'product called India ly substantially free' from reaIn'and County Primary. Those and only Precinct No.. 11\-Alf Peacock. --'-

.;. i rubber, or caoutchouc Is formed from : dirt but It Is said that some or:the those persons shall be permitted-to become Precinct No. 12- BJ- G. Tweedell. Ho. BS Ka. SI v,.. I.Ho.DalljrEx.17 I N.. t i L:,_.. ..N.. it
rubber now produced on plantations Iseven candidates before rote at,' or t- .... I cur Ityp.rl Br..eb. .
the milky Juice'' canons trees and : Lor Precinct No. 13- George :Moody. aid Oaly Dally .... I D- !r)0.1rear\ DaDJ ,
shrubs, which Is dried and coagulated. superior to the best Para. In general participate In the management o: nllIprUnJ'T Precinct No 14- O. Hargrave.. j .- TPI2Is
1e-
," however the cultivation of rubber electionwho declare their ad- t 100 ptlO o.sao SU l.yaWUoDYJ1I.--r: ; p
The! first Europem'bo1l"ledp 'of'It Precinct No.. 15B.. P\LlpplncotC I >a40pllOto2S40pMa 110 .1110'1.80
.'was derived through the second voyagej on plantations has not been very successful het ence, to the principles and orjanltatlpu J.- C.' Burt haw, pllOU' Zl4S' f SM a )"'-+AtUBtte Beach_., ., 4SI a It 45 .' 4 4S
of the Democratic Party Cation- I.t' j SOP p'lllO a Tao p'ili' a "__K. __low 110 .1110. 4t-
JCf; Columbus, wbea-it war noted that ,though it baa been carried onto Supervisor! of Registration.POAD ..
,,(Tubber baJlt. said.to be madeor the a considerable extent In Ceylon and alfState' and county who are by. tbelaws' f ruw&uI ASP: OCODOTAL .smismp> .cosxEcneNS n hu jdi
:gum of a tree" were sued In a gameI the Dutch East Indies It la said that of the State lawful electors ot .
.. I played by toe natives of Haiti. One of all the South American companies or. ,the' election district: in which they :NOTICE. t OSM CssnecHet... at ..... wHk ...... .. .. tM,'.,4 O.S.S. .,

:: the trees the. 'rUllRdto?(operate each plantations offer, to rote who hare paid their poll x r tl 111 '
yielding Juice,.was gen- ta&s legallydue notless? than .teadaya \ Havana ;Key! West and Nassau.3 :.
@@uUy described Torquemada: In hare hitherto failed to produce'much: before said primary electlonandwho ::NoUce'ls'hereby given; that at the ,.> !

: !I 1813. but the first accurate Information ubber. In' explanation It I* pointed ;.shall when challenged by an elec next'regular.meeting of the Board of j, \. .' Three, Sailings Each'.Week. '
} 4, oncemlng any of the caoutchouc trees out that from sixteen to twenty years : ; ledge In writing upon oath be- County,Commissioners of Dade_connty -!,rTralM: 4Uacaartsi paaseagers at ship's sMe. No traasfeM:

'. ; waa.supplied br-Le Ceodaminewbe'D are required for a Para rubber tree to toT!any. Inspector'to'abide',by'and ,:Florida said Board will consider J] 'I"- ..T1.TabW allOW 1M_W wake traIU nay be upeM0 to arrive u a
.*- |[ta 1735 war sent by the French govern- become productive, from the.time Its rt the result of such primary, ad and determine whether'or not they I tram the..... stsUoat but th tr arrival aardclarsoat U e d..SS .,..s4.Ie ass...

I.. 1f{.meat to measure" an are of the meridian. teed is planted, and even then Its yield support the lioudneea'thereof. -' fill"adopt'the 'provisions of Sections) aert5th1tCS. ., .para b.keLdnepoaatble105 _artataf& )

'sear Quito la Ecuador.'By the satires ,f milk la scanty.v Moreover. tb rigor '.'The polls shall be opened and closed 1.and 2, Chapter 5450..Acts of'1905,I For' Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other........ OS

.of Booth.America the crude India rub- }t.a.tree.-especially,a.young.one*,la at :the several election districts at thehotl.ra Laws of Florida a copy' of which fool 'A'4SEE: .THE TICKET AQENT."
_
ber war employed for.balls used ta'games Injured by much tapping. Full maturity election lows W. notice., f". <
beeS the general
: by
for waterproofing garments and It to believed,!* not attained by a 1a.f"1''he; :; *.following,named:; persons Done'and ordered In open: session.at 1 J..D.:RAHNER, Ant. den__Pus.'Aft.; 'ST..AUGUSTINE. I

:for tbe material of shoes., A'great ob- Para tree In lea than fifty! year.; ark;!hereby"appoInte.!.tnlpectora. and Miami Florida' thliu .tne Jj ,day of

'r .stacle to any general use of such rubber :..To Increase the supply rubber have clerks for the several election; districts :April A.D; 1906.

':. ::, for a long periodvafterjt became been largely adulterated, a great variety : : : : ,* A. K. Dearborn.. Line' 1

known to Europeans. the fact that of resin being used giving the material T rec uct No.1Inspectors: N.;H. r Clerk. I Atlan cl oast:

while It la dry and nitherllke at a low more body,, but Impairing' its Parks,-Hi E. Stypmann and B.. 0. ,By JVT. M., Pope, deputy clerk '

'temperature It becomes sticky'and very strength and.,making It br iUe.V1IuJttempta Bait.Clerk-Curd Bchroeder. Polling t Be ,It.enacted by the Legislature of I RQUGH.SCHEDULE!:, I l j
: :",oft when exposed to a b1 gb.one.! In have been mad to:maniac plaftfe.T Ball'a i store j;# 1 ". 1 > the State of Florida: ';1 .
the latter part'of the eighteenth fcentnry -- tune substitutes for rubber commonlywith '.J't: dnct>No. Inspectors:: Frank 'Section 1.. 'That the width of the; Florida, Georgia, mama 'Virginia- ,! orth Carolina ]
oxidized linseed or corn oil as a Bdin. P:Kitchen and E. C. Miner. .
: the celebrated English scientist, tires of vehicle used to. haul wood ,I sit outh Carolina r
:J>r. Priestley who'passed' his later basis, but all such -efforts are averred C1jrkJames Hepburn.'Poyinj place or other heavy uads over paved-bard,, ,

''' "*ftun In WI'country. directed jmBUcattention 'to haTe een/aUure;JU one of,the school house..,,, '' r'.J or, Improved roads in 'Bounty of|I Ith1a. The. great Highway'pf! Travel betweenFlonJa .

to India rubber. a novelty experts' at;tilt botanical garden said. Precinct No. 3-Insyecton: Frank State now. having; or. that may .

*.for erasing pencil.narks, stating that 'be alleged substitute for rubber'are SUejen,,Joel:A." Dean' and Dan ..Cosgrre. faereaf ter build and construct such !t I I and tk East_ 'aVest\ ._,'Northand'SontliConvenient :,:
,
It war then sold In England In cubical not- rubber, and science has not yet Oerk: T. 'J.. Campbell-Poll.' roads hereby'Axed and established '

t:ptecea-ofJuUf Inch for',S shillings! succeeded in producing anything which Inr:glace;: old-engine house.:;. :T. .1nprecinct as follows: 'Of 'aJ two horse'wagon, :

...pleee. ilJt .1-1 1.;, :1" 'fJ 1 Ican be called:; oirtcl1ouc.?',' .'\;:story : ;:'No. -Inspectors: "Jesse cart- or other vehicle,' shall ,not { g vice :Elegant Piillma-t. Eq ilpmeac,"U golflaeollDInlnir Oa:+
;;Although'India rubber war utilized has beeu told that an English chemist Do gherty'I-L.'t1arnett: and F- W. less,thaD.four, Inches -Ide.of a bej t 1'
r a nineteenth achieved the production P 1mer.-Clerk: Cohen Pence' Polling. horse w lloD.: cart or. vehicle shall jI I 1"
,., la the first half of the cen- some-years-ago pli er Porter's Packing House. .* j i Route of the ] j DIXIE TLYEfe :
4tary for the manufacture of very.crude of a compound, with turpentine asa be'not less'than six inches'wide; and "
T '-M. FLORIDA AND WEST' NDIA LIGHTED
aDd clumsy'overBhoes.-whlcb;, became basis,'which comprised all the prop- rec1ncto inspectors: of a'four horse'wagon. cart or other i Celebrated V ? .

*soft In warm ,weatl>er.anil!'for some ''ertii of gvouine.indfii bbgrtwt; was MIRaei:T.JJ.: Haygood and Ii IB.Trf vehicle used to haul heavy logs or J Trains j ONTGOMER\L< : : t L SAND N. r

,.Other purposes, its, induatrlat'use did unable for some unexplained reason to jtor: ;: .Clerk: H. B.. HodgesPoWInnpnce '' stock, shall .be. not less. than seven;:-- .-- -
i l become c unto the American duplicate tb..speriment.- This tale Is .school house. >. inches wide, and that it shall be unlawful }
knot general f reclnct No. C Inspector*:. Jr" I. f CONVENIENT: UEJUOD OF TUAv IXG,
after discredited by' botanlst.at the garden. for any person firm or corporation
invents; (tarles.Gaodyear. red1peated '
; : Hilfl.r,. D. Caisel and J.i'W. Pierce. ,to,use or caused,to be used r-Atlantic Coast Line one thnusanilrnfle tickl'tlt' good o4r I.OIJO mites of rail.
succeeded In onewho
trials and failures could produce artificially
Any Cljptk:'J., M. Cmstead. Polling 14ac-.1 any, vehicle mentioned in section road embracing alt rtortions of tlieaniUB.orj tal, a',ani pri cipalageecie.at
-1844 In Introducing the process of ruKl the equlnfetl[ of real fndla rubber at Rouse' store: ''' I with .a.Ielll width of ,tire. than that, rate of $2S each.] Uiulted to un j year from date of purcbplet For lull com-

eanlslng. By the admixture of,a little a reasonable cost ,would secure Dr. precinct! No.' Inspectors: W.J 7.'I specified in "hauling loads over roads I .. anii! reliable information !regardtnfrate6' schedules_ Pull oservlce.ete.. .
sulphur 'and the application| of heat JohnJIon'apotl'nt1aUtr of growing rich Mfyahafd. T. King and Kery k i write -VFrwi.K -
< therein mentioned and ,.
*.ht produced "India" rubber In .a form ,.beyond the Cream of avarice"' Btjiuu:" Clerk: ,R. A..Brran..: Po'illn.1 Hr.ni or corporation eo offending any person shall C..8"lll1ton; [)1st. Pam. Agt: W. D;Stark,"Travel ID g Pass.'A rent
:which. la unaffected by ordinary temp The ordlnarr' vulcanized material I ; IS W. treet .JaeklO Fla. \
plaice:, Stranahan's store.- f', be guilty of a misdemeanor, and subject ] Bay fIUe. .
ntures and la even less susceptibleto contain only from one-half'to; 1'per -,< Jrednctn-No. 8-Inspectors: I;%B.Wofford. I .to the pains and penalties provided I M.Emerson.., Traffic Maoatrir.W: J.prmi( ,Oenl PasuMrcer_ AtAfl
external Influences than leather. cent of sulphur but If enough more I* ;Jf-"WvIves and J.-A. Harp.! ; for in Section 6 of this Act. ,

t''Moreover, this treatment Increases Its added It produces the hornlike substance Clefk: J. H. Gllsson, Poling place,i SeC-'Z. That the provisions of Sec-{ ;
pliancy and elasticity. One of the Important called' hard rubber',used for sckool'bouie..1'ieclnct .: >f jt I '
shall apply only to countiesof
tlon.l
: properties of:"rubber-in.the combs, penholder knife handles,.eyeglass ":-_ 9 -IUpectora:;;'PinsMltthews"L the State that haTe-built. or may sE O: A R D

t course of manufacture Is'that m tile rim;watch chain and many other : Fornell and J.. I. Pe\.: hereafter build and construct a systemof I. ,.

tprocea: of kneading or "masticating" article- This hard rubber, which ertJ- Clerk: J. A. Danghtry.-Polling. paved,hard or Improved roads, and I I .
It;by machinery It becomes soft and takes a fine,polish; Invaluable to the plice. school honse.. maintaining the same and.shall

plastic, 'and the, purer It Is the more electricianfor! Its Insnlstlng properties Precinct No. 10-Inspectors: 'T.;L. not be operative for a period of not Air Lane ,Railway

j plastic It to. In this condition It can and.to. the'cbemllt and 'photographer T'JIt11ler"H. DaW.Miller anj 8/L; less than two months, or more, than t
.
\\t'- lobe formed' win Into any shape desored. because: vessels made of It are unaffected Pstterson.' Clerk:. R. B. McLendon.PQUing six months after the adoption of this FO: t

whfch It retains when vulcanised. by., most_chemical .reagent*.-New place; Fair bunding.. :: ; i Act .as provided..for by Sections 3 ; -;, ..
L % ;A.t first only two kind of.India rubber Tort Post'kvtai ; redact: NaT::,11 Inspectors: ,B .A: and 4 of the same etc. Savannah.. CuiumbiaUCafndensuuthernRaleigh It'inea.

were genertlb known."to .com-: POQer, Andrew Hardee and Jackson .
Amerce, one being a product of Mexico aid' tb:Padded i4. Peacock. Clerk: J. W. GaDa..,. Richmond,.NVaahingtonj Baltimore,.
'A Favorite for Babies
-and Central'America called the CasttlJos then the old '"reading of tines" Uie Polling pace Shone's old store., ;'. Remedy Philadelphia.' New Tor .
# elastics and the other the rubber tPrednct No. Inspectors: I :T. '' .
mellifluous elocution of the part aa the pleasant Two Elegant Trains' Daily
W. J. It taste and cures .
Stephens. Dangherty. A; T. prompt
Squad 1 In Brazil especially In the provof test of acting..!and they/were an insuperable '
hare Chamberlain's kem.edT' Seaboard MalL
DonL Cough
Clerk: Thos.Mitchell. Polling made Seaboard Express \ :
)Dee Para known' u Para rubber, bar to his acceptance u an place, TweedeU's HalL, .. a favorite with the mothers .of, ,

or beret, which baa ranked as the actor. Overflowing, overwhelming success tr emct No..'*13-1nlpeetora.., Henry small children. It quickly cures their! Modern Fullinaa Equipment.tojlii., .

,best and purest kind being the freest came In spit of these; because Gossmaa. Wm.Anderson and J.'Casteilo. toughs'and colds and prevents any i ; '

.f an from resin. Another very good acting Is more than elocution because Clerk: H..A. Proctor. Polling danger of pneumonia of other serious O T .
TSitety In BraxU Is tile Caucbo bianco ft is an art which depends for Its success place..''scnwl',: boos consequences It not only cures, '- 1 "

'S called virgin rubber,'which la obtained ,not on cadence,'
from various apedeI'of a pl lm. India and emotional mastery of R' BUckweller and J. ,.-Sax- U the croupy cough appears will prevent '.
rubber U DOW produced throughout toe situation and character. "One of my the attack. For sale by all druggists
c4riClerk: J. R. Horn. Ponhig plus .
iiformatioo add cal on of bt0MciOHHBLL
lull sleeper rswwrrabons a
I jtnt
troplcB from a large_number of trees calves.." said Ur. Lawrence Barrett.la 8 SDD.. store. and Biscayne Drug Co.. For any

and plants which belong botanically to I .- .a little smaller than the other. rednct No.,16-Inspectors: M.A.Marshall. .' Seaboard;01' writeHas

steee large groups. Zbose are tbe famCy Host legs are that way. I bad always 8.'M. Alaabrook and A.C. PRO .'N THANIEL HALER i :

: apocynaceae rapcssentsd U the padded the worst leg mill I was la Frost Clerk: R. C.. Stanley.'_PoO.: DIED AT CAMBRIDGE A. ) Pa.1&L. 'licboDlme.ill.$ .,

orlk temperate ear by the dogbas). ,London: and had V talk'.with Henry tag place school --. I ,-

tbe family euphortsacsasw er'epurgs I l Irving. He pointed oat to CM that It mis voting shall be bJ"baIJot OB. Cambridge," Mass April 10-.Prof. F. C.' BOYLSTON. jr., Pass] Agtl'.a '
,t.Ily all the fig .QJa 7.' laBO eIDo was better to Lave year legs u they tickets tarnished by the State and Nathaniel Sbaler. geologist and den

'' area d1IUIIetkalua. by' ba I were made.: They.fltted the figure. u Coraty Xxscvtire Committee, and at of the .Lawrence Scientific School, .__..1 .
) 4',
knI .. nameA but the nrtedet amJedpatod I I'whI'' tad tbe bIatut.,.. padded the:;cloee of rack elections the iatpaetoti'aad died this moaning of peaamoala. : < Testd,1S '
by the place c T erlgta u the general balance of tbe figwt was dark shall proceed to caa '5too4Tbe- Years

T'at Para !dill.a. aatNI Agaselean,I l upset.and 1M bad a *****41 Banality' rasa the rote la accordance with the A" Iolaltlllt'W .

.... oara.rshblr (Wu>tat tdaabrl9 I, I onsets Cress ssssMtr after years; .State law. ash aban at we forwardrbcntoras aa '.i'l'l .U'( .611t"" ni'I"' f fi.

.... .. 1111! ,-.. A---I J" I>hat with perfect csrtalaty e-1 In breed I. to the .Mbalrman of .the ,. '

.c.R ... __ IIII.. B... county Execatrra Oo.mntea'IIIn ; :Tb. cures Oat statd u Its 'cndttuka .urQveJ 1 .
"" __ ='a'Nt rile lia'tst11f. M peswtratiag. bsnr OhnOaat- fr*"a tab paid kr:O. Xocklcsft Ante Stir t stUs .

t: ..; \ .>aete IreS es ...:rsbhm I leg. was w.1'IIw with act'.kl'-ea use, caadUatoi Ball bt.at; fkl> tktwesderr.. .It cared X. X. 11'-'". ;al rq'67s J :..i : .dC. .

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Portion *Dade County. The percentage of plants fruiting dopends..npoa I
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and en- ORGANIZED 1896
the care judgment j ; '
ercid in their culture, some growers
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succeeded securing fruit
in
!.f 11,1itl;
."<" InQolrlea are Irected to emcee of drUUaUon. as electric lights, fromD per cent of the plants In their $2koOO.OO

i--.: the So Metropolis many by prospect re settlenof water works, sewerage, telephone: era pier ( $27.300. Surplus $3.500.00. Deposits over .

I; Itumeseelrera concemine condition I tem, ree man deUtery.three newsp ftads.may be purchased from IS or .

: ex WWat to this pvt of (he country, pen two national banks, one State flU ii acre up depending on proximity 1

: .cd 1 the baJ'4ea'or eorresrondenee entailed bank eta It, baa miles of beantifa! iti'roads"\'! and shipping point Good .

j .thereby baa beenr ao beary. streets of name white stone .j It' li .and1?zn rock; road wlthm i miles of / February 1

I, that we haw attempted fa the fallowing practically the terminus of the Florida Miami way be had for ISO an acre and Statement at the close of business, ,..;
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lafor.nation East Coast Railway, for though an extension om fimes less than that sum tor land .
I. article aammarlxi. such 23 1906 :
the State .
as reported to Comptroller ..
! aa la most Important, and ttiBBwer of the road has recently been mica mediauly on a road. The sameiluaJtiiy : ..
'land ':of land farther away from
the
%: the Questions mast frequently built penetrating farming
i: '''iked It la hoped by tils means'thai forty-fiTe miles south this II.merely transportation facilities can, of course, -'

'' sample copy of the raper of which a feeder to the commerce of this cltr.H.re' cm purchased for iesa. The land U unpromtsiniR ,I'. ".

In.most are located the steamship docks in appearance. to those. ao. ,.
J tanoreoi en nest 03 will. '
:' the Intended better of the p O. Steamship Company,. cu Uioied to the deep itch sous 01 Resources "j' .
, eases, aerre. purport, 1
., than a personal letter. Specific Information .' 1I"boae :.Ines are operated to Key.West uthekt18tates| being rocky and sand) '

may be obtained bJ.wr1dq; to Havana and. to Nassau Immense yctlresutts( 7 : 'can be obtained from U Loans: and discounts . . . . :. . .$ .

: to any of the real estate or other firma wharves, etc., are being projected, to tar En eces of the returns realized Real Estate owned. . : . . . . ,

f whose adTertlsementa appear ,Inthli, keep pace with the vastly:Increased iroifl; he more fertile sections,of the Furniture and fixtures. . . :. .. ... 3,115' '
business that must follow 01 country. Fertilizer must be used but '
maritime
'" paper;"and the best way to become tasalllsr Current expenses ; .. . . . . . .O'' 1.261.83' "
with local'conditions progress the deepening of the harbor :work on Umfleturns more than justify the ex-
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'1 industries ,and 'current happenlaga, which is now actually progressing rAn peaiture Involved. Cash' Account :" .

....:. .while contemplating 'removing. to thlieeOonls appropriation of f 300.000 Ass been secured Fku ope of energy and Industry are I "

,; through reading the Daily from the government for bar hepUy welcomed and,the countrylaeveibpment o. S. Bonds .a.$2,200.00 '

&. or the weekly Metropolis the'formal oor, improvements and the Florldi being practically just be- Due from Banks. :. . . .. 5379.50 ".. ,

E- of which will be sent,to any addresiat East Coast Railroad is also pledged u gu f.hee. is room for a-ljto reap' the Cash In Vault ._. .-. . . . 39942.29 .
expend a like amount. Tins, f$00,00 oenliflts which must..ensue as tie re- .
ri- the rate'of p 00:a year fLSS.foi Total available cash. . . .. .[ . 100,521.79 =
*. is now being used for this purpose andit *u f'jjbf such Levelopmenu Capital finds .:'1: ra
months ;
fJ three the Weekly a large 1G i w i ,... f.j ,
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r: 'page'paper-being1 massed for. $LM a is a moral'eert&1J1t1 that further appropriations her,-inost profitable Investment.. whileUooris'
will be secured until thiharbor in demand aid well paid. Peopl r,
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< Liabilities.
f': 7er. ... ---' moderete'meani 282.281.1' :
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Is In a condition couniensurau ot who come here
ern OJ' )
;- THE f1Ahfpr '''_ ,. '.. .
1 Sprang oat of the wIIderaeaa'alM. with:'-Its importance 'from a commer a.aJtllJ': a-emall tract of land make'ajioesi : Capital StockV. ; .v., ,-.* .y. .,. .:/t't t .. .vSurplus '. ., . : '
vial geographical;: and "straietlca: fruit'treei '
f; years ago the railroad baring reacheJ I ; home, set out ''" andwhlleRaiting .*. .'.. . . .*. : .*. :. 3, 00.00 .t-: .
staadpotnt-ari'Importance: recognli$, fork these to come Into .
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< this PoSAt APrIl IS, ISM. Prior UJhU Dividends not called for. .. '' .. .140.00
'publc"meu the national"capital,. u. H. A.YooO'
at :
tradewore"p11n. by beaming,.cngagr .ln.trucking.areea -
:;::;- time OIIiit.ore. ; whose gad by ail'who 1I"cf.tuJt the location wal' without exception, successful.succes. Earnings accounts. ... . ;, ? u. .. . 1,433.8.1" :
laduu'and 'taw '.
::11:; dpaUx'wjth the .a of this'port and Its relation-to tosulai AIi{:stbi .costs less effort than ... Bills payable.. :: ,.- ;{"? '> /-jO'V; >'c..-. . .;o,. ; p : :. 25,000.00; .-
f' eattered families eking out a precar-: .
r loa'livelihood by wrecking and thi and"South' American ,commerce,,' 'Uiay in !father parts of the country K white : Cashier's checks..V. u. . : . 994.t8 ;
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t manufacture of coontle starch., were: 'notUog of the' rait trade thai ihimaUa'j'! : conditions render outdoor Bank deposits . .. .- . . . . . 854j8, ;

r he only,ertdences of clTllliitlon.'Oa must',spring:Into''a1Itellce.: the woiit possible every day.In the 'year Certificates 01 deposit,, . .'. .., . .' :.. . 15732.68 -1

'|,: Jnly tt ISM,'Miami waa'lneorpomejaa completion i of the ,Panama canal wlti; the health benefits, of' such .an Individual deposits . . 198326.86;
A glance: t'ti."map'WSIIWY, the opt -air life thrown in 'At the same
a city furnishing perhaps the'only most :casual 'observer' the possibilities urtypy; people.who are enjoying health '" .$282,281.91. I 1' }
t. Instance ou.record In which a railedged J
existence lie future holds for tbeMaglcCty: as@'modente success In their presentaboJeaJiad
( Into wide- :
dty came ", !
f 'cut first' hiving bees a ton. Three SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES: .' better stay'where- "they.are., a The State.lawjequlres: that a bank shall keep 20 per cerJLof ,

'rt hundred registered v tea are required .Miami,, has' 'One State otthe,,, "best.publicschools' >> There t.. should be .weighty reasons. to,influence Its deposits in cash, or"with reserve b nks., ;This: bank, as : J
. Ia the_ embracing both anyone to make: a move of such
entitle community to"be"called .
w any h3 will be'seen by the above statement has over.40 per cent. bf ;q
the common and school courses ImliOrtaDce. "
i dty less than that"nomber constituting 3'eoplewbokbavemadelttaea Its deposits available In cash. No bank [n the'state makesla .
' The.,buildings> .are lute an w-ll rentflatedTand elsewhen anti mot like { 0-/. :
!.j'1, 'r'the pvpeM a c tows..'.,"Incorpormtlon, ;I;.it" a meeting. bald,."three' far I, there Is competent corps very | successful hen.' Intelligence and better showing ,or Is In a better condition tc serve Its:depo l : ],

and one-half, 'months; after'the'firsttrain : : of teachere-: ACatholle convent, second Industry, are aa essential t* good for ,. ,. or l

.; reacbed'!Mlsmt; S44 TOtee'wen. : to.none fn:the State; lain tail tuer'; hen as la any,other"pan of the" ; '
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F" ;.& net. -.t'iro.-ta-ol w. ,. operation, giving Instructions.to Lothaaii -. ; } : : t

X early' period has been sustained ,' There are'also private acbools, 1st:: 'is desired to'engage In general -- ". _- _. ..' 1, It '"'

::" throughout the el, ht years of the'dtyliWitor a musical' conservatory and art school firtnlng In the raising of wheat,* con.

( *. so that,every:educational need :may orgeats, peaches. apples, grapes' or _
!;
'. POPTJULTION. xraJliamt be"supplied.'-.: :Tiers' ,are about: thlrti- ocher products of,the temperate tone, I s
flourishing schools in"tie 'county. one!;must cast hla lot some hundreds of
L ,_ his at present a resident pop .
. 'aut1t. "of between, 1.001. and 1000. In. Every relleloaJTiilenoinlnatlog". is represented miles to the norUvand accept the cold 'I j 1
f'' and tie --following ,1aa1'e tiAt Is pan of the leper of lands ,
,: the,winter months roam JIOpg1&Uca Isangm -. t I
".: nted by the addition'of; shoatands handsome (fchurca. ..buildings" : ))Presbyterian where these things can be_ 'grows.Neither < "

t. .. of Tlsltors,'mostly of the wealth: ,'EpUcopallanCauuilc, M.;''E la this a stock raising country.
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Church M., E.. Church' South,, and : The Bank
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.t. lest classea-who come to enjoy the There la a -no fence law which la a Dad6&'unty'Idte:

'[' Weal climate and the finest fishing in Baptist, x Il iit.b.IoD to tJie"1eUler of limited

tr' the world. To aceommodat.ihese; SOILS AND PKODUCT9 means, and then la.very:little. liveetok ,
.
} visitors there 'art nunerooa hooia The prtndpai; Industry tt ttla'-eeotion tat tie country On,the other
West Palm Beach Florida I
j: and boarding housee prtadpsJ among is the growing of fruits and winter b4. If it la desired to engage ta the

:.': 'I which la th. stately Hotel Xeyat Pate vegetables for the Northern mar culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, Ta-
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: ,.ad the grand new Baleyon hall botb keu. Tomatoes form the amp crop, dais tropical or.senit.roptcal trnlta, I

[. 'raamoata .b see grandeur and nor but then are large quantities of other the'growlng' of Tcgetanlea at the eeaaoii'of .

;. .aems0laUsg. ; ftfTHtlea. vegetables grown, such< as tomatoes, the ,..'1I1aea all other'parts 0 ItS! B,81k! in Dade County. Organized in 1893 r _
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<. The popnlsUon to cosmopolitan'. egg:plant,;; peppere>eans etc.' The of:[the country are ta the grip of wtawr .5 .1 .

i ..my state ta the Union: tamlahlngtta I planting.... .?Wads'fca snout, :this'section offers decided advaat-

.x abta .f ripreaeBUUiea.: Aa 'u4e October 1 to January U and.the bulk ages over any other portion. of. tMUniied : ,

f" irable foreign element la'ntknown.. .1 of the shipments are''aent North.from i i Statea. Report of Condition( l"March' 15e.1906'( .

'j. CLDfATIWrttJng November until May.';'although, then i m t .R... :
front penoasl experience. being practically no difference In the I '
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;" after Ylattmc.C&Ufon1a.... other section seasons,'seeds may be planted or. atmkeaflalrbiueha into
t y.-I should go the wash
j' when climatic conditions art stables gathered. any day la the weekly as regularly aa do the sheets Resources t

'\ considered at their best,, we can nnhee- Vegetables are:grown'usually on'the atkd pnlowes ee.'. Into a shallow basin .
" fittingly say that Miami has the moat prairie lands, which, are',free' from: pat; some' very hot water and'a teatxxnfnl Loans and Discounts .. . . . ... .$149,95841
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: perfect winter elUnat. In the United timber and are composed of a kind,of ( of ammonia. "Shake the Overdrafts.- . . . . 699109

t Ctate' Cold'la almost unknown. even marl. I the btUA'up bristles and down'.114 down In the this becks, keeping, and County and City Scrip . . . . . 9.975:1.6
E- the .slightest,, frost being, very ran. .'Fruits are grown'on :'pin' l&11 out'of the water u much u I '
{ The warmth of summer la tempered which are slightly' higher than a.1 pil handles alble. Dry them ta an open sunny Dade'County Bonds: .. . . . . '. 25,00000 .

t Ay the cooling ,breeus from ',the Atlantic prairies'and in this section Very rocky I window. Other Stock and Bonds . . . . . 79000

; and the highest temperature This rock is a' peculiar. coral formation .' Th. BriMkM.rt .' Banking House and Fixtures. . ; . 12,500.00 11
l' 'recorded *y the government thermometer containing'a great deal of plant food : the laxbes alone 'Too much trim I. .

j, daring the. summer months la It aa evidenced by the fact that In many i DUn<< la certain to weaken the strength ', < I
.... BXALTBf placys.brr.nge. and other fruit trees are, o&jtbe eyes. Glrte who go to the..halrdreuer'i Legal Reserve T ,

l n. ctq ranks among thi.grit'Ind to be 'seen"bearing, .thriftily, though: every''eek"or so to have ,

i!;' .t United Smtea In point of' health- apparently- standing.on a solid plateof I their the hair bffldotn clipped operator or crimped to shape and their permit Due From Other Banks.. . $80,84550 ... :. .
t: Than to entire freedom from malarls.; this! rock: Being:of.a porous orauuritnrted
il and then are no"pnTallittg diseases." itracturs.tbe.roots"of! fiat ttahee few may J'f&J'L'be partn..for ,eyegUsees- J Cash in Vaults . . . 25,673127' 1 1O6,51&77. .. I

'.l Those aUmemts which are' common to tn. trees 'are enabled to penetrate it I I .., Total . .,. . ..... ... . : .305441'13 '
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;: bass. .
aQ, parts of the. coustry.'aeem be and draw ample..sustenance from what I liH .
to a pin bole m a lead pipe:
1:#. ken robbed, to part of their power;aa ou'-d appear to,be, a Very unpromising -! stop .
the
'' I Tate a ten penny nail place squad ;
r : they -nsuslly;appear-In' a'.mild form sources, :This rock, by, the way: had upon the bole and bit it two or : Liabilities I'
1'- end Vl17'le&":. th. bad, e.ecta which makes i beautiful and' durable building -! os light blows w1tI'!the hammer .'

Inflow In the wak. .of llke.eiaeaeeaelsewhere. : material,'and the new.court house' Cd,the-orUIN'Is closed'ae'tight'aa Capital Stock ; . ... . . . ..$ 40,00000 .

'# Scarlet fever and. 'diphtheria and Jail,' es well u several residences thougb you had employed a plumber SUrPlus'and Profits, . . . . .. 18.24i37'-:
It at a east of a dollar or more- -
in ;; .
unknown. 'whfe typhoid the built of
are cIt this .
:' stoneare B'do Dividends! Unpaid. . . . .. . . .; 2doo
, fever.la rarely,heard of. .It Is a desirable much admired by all,visitors It also a fad to hare sofa pillow eom- .
f: place for. those suffering- from makes.tie finest road material In the f.t pl>ljie as'many shades of one color asiftMlble Deposits : . .. . . . . . 246, 671728il'64 "' ;

:4''"' lung,troubles", asthma, catarrh :and world, and Dade county leads aUoti-, rrtthrrat: :: Introducing a foreign Certified Checks Outstanding. .. . '
if' almUar diseases which re_preY&lct era' la the State I in mllesge and' condition Jo \"arloullhidt'll of red which bar ..

boulder cUmatea Many. persona affected'with of her.highways. .. tibntze.t4 well" '.are' excellent_ .- *for. a couch.rv Total.. . :. ... . ,. . .. 30,4411.73 ,

:ttesens lI&1''ome'here ,Th.trnttatRttinte i ail chiefly [}
f ItomKhlni Imposoih! to admit Is that: DY"
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, and haTe been cured or i'eaU1'-beII. grapefruit, oranges:: and 'pineapples.: Ppmaa may bare the right to remain Its Please examine this statement carefully "and compare it-with
f fitted. Of course."thla is notthecase guavaaJ BULhgoea.laTbiado pears and 3o. Free to select ber task sbe should of our State Institutions.. This Bank is the only Bank in South Ffor: %

..Y .Tft7 Iutuee-PeopIe.d1e-1aer...as -are-4arseiyprodaced- d- nt- eing Let lam:free t. wteot nona-Mme.:de. da that can, offerabsolute protection ,again burjlarj.:; .OurvauJ.t i. >
protected by.-the famous American Bank PAlaim'Sjatem election Co s- Electrical .' .
they do everywhere else No' country Indigenous the country they tirivdwjti Ran 9 with davlighta.larmi i ..
r p;"" T ; private: case-of.hold.up. Besides -
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.._. 3Sbeai dlerotweJ Wherj'pjople' ; 1iUe i/Io. J5 .'C.dtfhU, 'Cv cdujiM vre carry a largo lary.Jn.urancc Pol cjr .
,- ere Immune from death and disease. trees will, require"from lire t ffiu ,A. Lively-Tussle.... A .. f, ... '"" ,, G': ."".
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it..the same tIme; ,It ma be'"truth. years afl'er planting to produce fruit.Plnehpplei R kh ; .. ....- ,
that oil Coa-
enemyof Qe race
..;', fully said that the eon ltfoi eidingto \, which grog; on a 'plan; fMtaUoucohegjend4: ..tn..appendicitis.Wfl ,;' We.have,installed a :ai .Department pay ngq pe .1 nt"o' deposits' "
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t' general healthfulnem res farur- aomeWhalh resembling tie'cactus, an.I uote"alt serious trouble with stoma .! on these..accounts. :." LJV for: | ?r,9; four,K u! s'..,1 b guUtions; I
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able'aa In any section of the.country, which are pronagate by lltrdor. .. ..... _
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and ..
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|g>f! Vii Bowels: taWDf'KmiV '.1::. ;:: .Ii.z;> ::.r', u -- t4
,, .. eo than la .ri" uset... sbear- traterla ills IJoi'-. Ifa l'IIl- *.--'atlt Tj .tlwlU ... } '. t'. u ,'. "t<' c,. "' -. .-.t "'>>0.1:' w'" r)(( *".r$4 'I
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Miami poseiasai aQ modern'conren- are grown bt the open. ,there. being alt,dmgglsta: .
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