The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00346
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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regarding .
i aged political threats and '
< "" U with no little reluctance that I promises te asserts were made by -
' : j. FOR M AINTNANCE! eel 'caned upon to enter the column me.The DEN [RED

." : of a'newspaper in Dade'collntt-;; this candidate* referred to u having ,

,. ". .... '. ,.... year;* 'Ihate been taking no part been in a deal (of which I never heard i _
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political campaign; am'not an one word will
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I (""shall crave, tie. Indulgence of the 1 elf with Watching with Interest the
.. J' p SAN ,FRANCISCO reaJerf of the Metropolis Just enough I result of uch questionable methods BY GOOD ,LJCAL( TAIENT
; To to take'this opportunity-, to-denounce as Mr. Carrie, has seen at to employ !
;' Relief; Ordazations :Are, ,Now .Being Formed Take SaS Francisco Is the metropolis aa' ablol.tel,talse and of malicious to further |hls political ambitions and
: of th"', Pacific.Coast It contains Intent ;;every statement published la shall decline to take further noun '

k [ .1ooSltuation.In."and about') SW.OOO peopta and has almost George O. Carrie' letter in your Issueof of his mi representations or' permit ...' 'TAt .
t \\ the only good harbor from,Mexico 1 Wednesday,relaUre to tome fancied myself to be drawn Into this cam-, Auditorium Last Night '

; .... 1t to Paget Sound ft'u situated on political deal or trade between Messrs. PaJp. respectfully.Guy, ., ,, '-, to a
;oJ'... long peninsula and U six miles Ranierson.Gentler: DImlclC'tanJ <"tI 'Very-
r. L Metcalf.- I
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'and Enthosiistlc
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: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT :A- I the Pad Ac Ocean. There are t .

!: f IE".NOW NDfR .GON1RO,. i ,.*'SENT PERSONAL?'CHECK I I t;;baa lan hljlis;jtipark:;\The peak city coating around hall one begun the million town.recently dolt It-"*{1 J FOOOlARCETARPoN-' 6 E: N Nl MnnRH HAS 5 ISSUED AudienceFeitoresjtf '

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.p :< .""f.. ',,..hlnrton. April 20- The Prel- I r which! cost nearly seren million.dollts .I -
,' -. """'_ ,.. ...._. dent sent today his' check r r,.-oie Is now Va ruins. I I"
.. -., /t' h ., thousand dollars' to the' Red 'Cro I; San,!! Francisco I* a cosmopolitane1ty onO: 0010 Producing -it
;, almost every civilized :'I l BDE D ELECTION '
y 'O : of i Society for the California sufferer I ; khere : I
:., An4 About -Quarter Senator Knox sent his personal check language may be heard.There area I .
1 there 'and
Will Be Saved .: for $500 ,for .the same purpose. '. the Beautiful many bay of the Golden "it t"-
The *
melodrama and
Gale AVedded Part
) ts alive with commerce. Manufactures CAll
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"'-f'.x ....'. .,' FIRE. IS CONFINED 'and granerie form ,the ed. with W S. Ja aes. stage manager ..

: .. TO TELEGRAPH HILL principal business and the'nlue of ',:t. .. -, ") in,charge acted last night at the auditorium
"": the annual: Imports Is"$150,000,000.aThetf -
I Gbfernroent! Lending ill.'thlTAId' New York April 20.The. Western I are many fine buildings there,I of amateur waa, one p l ays'the most ever successful billed-
)he ft>. O. Mill building, costing
Union Telegraph receiveda
Possible sod Supplies Being dispatch: from San Company Francisco at; I nearly. 1500000. A : RECORD IS BROKEN WAS S UBMITTfD (COUNCIL In this cltj-, Wfth packed'. house,

City (o'clock (Pacific nm)sthis morning Thrre are slcyscrappera of marble, for encooazement roe acton flashed'
'<;-= .Hustled, to the Stricken :;'" that the are In the residence.'.portOD "'with''totundaL' These are gone as I w Dt off the four acts It an authorattre and':

had been-stopped,, at :Octarla' street t are jibe Mark Hopkins bulldlng.the ,highly artistic ma nero W.' 8. James- "
I President Sends Check for and that It I* now confined to Tel.- newspaper .office .buildings and the had <'
a de."e4.putaUOD of.
* graph H11L': The flames will probablynot commanding structures of Lelanf. ,,1 staging
y '$1,000 and. Andrew .Carnegie spread :much'turtlie ',In ..thl* direction. 1 Stanford 'University.. General-4- ,, w B. Shattuc Hade a At Regular lI'e tlnc .J.ast Night only fyt tpMlng slid -taking .playa and
: J-t'I 1 t selects his character* with the professteal .

':Donates $100-000. latest ..' c ':'!. -, .- I r '"Remarkable.'rt' Catch,' of "Silver b l d.ApproYed: : by; ResolutioafSession' eye for the brlnang oat of the

ti ; > '' "hIc h llfhtawhich lathe life of the
tporPh..SI.t{ : :.. BeautiuOther Urge Was_ Long Day: .
; \ CITIZENS ; i F- .
MASS MEETING OF T fKilliag"larThe! r lISt I; But .Without 'Anj;:: ..'.The heroine of the tragic dory'wm ':- i

!=, t < It '-- .,.. ' ." "'" !! > r. bealltltul, but peanflen! girl Srto ,1
I) jt: f fn'ba1t.J. .r Intenst.w usurped the wealthy cooatn'a ,prMnar. ; t.!
._, e .. rtPts of ft Ioeea JIra.Jhrra7 a.:, 1]; ttg
east .
....,-IIw.rraadsto hope:,aow April ot.I earma.Tberes tb'dIoIceIt' / 'JS||iEA141MULLDt1f' .:!::.'l.t .;.!..''; .; ., ; :- .'" len applauded took this at partlwlU erery' ''entrance tHOO.'aa4 M w'is tW; 1'.a f< .1.L !

the 'nd4..ot MO-
portloa of 11".,Etfa: 4 sX4 *
the Is .
of Vaa Neg1ve I stage; a graceful sad buntuat ;::..
Uoa west sad north department: is makingstreaaoas ff : "With.1!a,;broom'lashed .nl.:pea)G 'The. 're T..r iWi'IIIMuQl woman ot Ue state, aa well aa hhl4 1
t.tbo.: Peopij t mlatandieiuagsweep ,of the dty: eouncn was held laJt'nlptwltitPr.ddent I t the footfghfi > "t i :JeI\ r I( ;
efforts tolasclc.tatJlsasf To Coailder Rtndanfif Aid StroiC' of Cahforoiai ,,
) bt.:1: : fhtey:1eyiisie tt.s eerrnnf.. .
wtdYnIt ...-".. sortl.the lyachC,. : J ** tl..rQ4wn"f : CSSBTS; wss'ttd'ItTkfra
a .. -1 ( uck
h 1" ernlslng
...t. -.;;-. : -' ')\1" t t1tl YjV Mf: ; ; ;:Crosland:laaChatte; ']fedHaa4aad: t +- "
.. --II ,:. .. .'. -: ) .. .h .J! eye'with'her bwaer; deneYa y j, B sab ralthoagh Masttaf! until rtt1ei proDCIIU ...f ,
CANNED aeee.'ANI)6 + ; ...".... +i : 'l:1S.101'1.. her.Jta
.. oo0 Z' j' 'v. _-. thittscr *ra/randcbmmanded'! "' ''. ,'.but little',DOS. fine la .Try_ Ba4 JIa -I'
s (.M OMCV .. "' t:9: i1.r.e.w'a4w .. ; --- t
f.LCfII.'J; 'WTW: ., ..L-. ifl::<", 'I'. 1..;; "',t A ''' } .OJ". tat..: ;;,'.1."J'_" .. .;..:: iroo CaP A1cmscf; Goodwin arrived la port .Jmportaaos* was-.trans a talent for: COIDI4T! especially.AVother : ,
tat rraid. A>rn prttdpal j .. .'"", .:.:J1J..I.J '+":1. ;.x.'r -.II ."' C<"\I.A-. ;' Uteyester day. afternoon from a two striking:'character....IIaU9I. .
food cVtaoee/ jetaalnliifjaert! v r:: _VI .e'-i>.t.' 'f.I. ..::I _"_ .. A '!'"II'_' ,.t..' ., ,3\' acct\ nC weeks1* cruise!on the lower -east and A comJI UdCatloa'n-read from'the Nell', of the ,Bast=Side, aJ'L' .J
armed goods' aad cracker\Ref g :L_ 4 ; ; .. .... .... ....
"' .d took tip her berth at Board 'of :TnbBc Works requesting A. B. HeyterhoegM dowa.theou -
from acre are met la. other towns Forthe purpose ot rendering aid.tohe prop tl. appeals 1 ) us to reader aa the Palm.4oct; la this and .omitted
1 .within! Royal ; '"i y : that the city council report to the part nothing; sot.
by'! bakers.'who'; art selling ,taem people strtckaa SamiTraadsco assistance! our:abfflty aad. a VAa Investigation ot tbeIweep" re- board an prisoners delivered!to :tq.u1d even the hash ins hidden pocket.
Food dealer and other parts of California, who tuft response la ,this hour of disaster and I
bread ordinary prices veiled that-one ot the'tarpon fishing ",board .for'workon the streets 'Marion Cameron, who bartered her,
here' are'charging exorbitant, -prices 'ered so severely by earthquake Wed ,need" )jWlth substantial assistance.. records ot the coast had been brushed :rom. November 1, to .April 10 the,soul for the band of a man whose heart
the pnbQe eodleaofMiami '-r. 'thq ea111. for an
nesday-morning end."a made
bat... this can mot last lonavMUCF : asunder and anew one established the same to be la the shape of a bm of''I never went with Kj was tragic reaomv.oos ,
together with all citizens, hare memoirs, f the Miami Board of Trade,
-' new.record consisting of the capture charge.: [The communication was ordered and black beat tad. It was a dim-;
beea called to assemble la meet- thev M.'f' vfrsiits ;assoclatlop M atn
COMMITTEES mass all i of.four.'of.the game monsters la two filed and the clerk instructed< to cult piece of acting, hat was woadsf".
>'. HAVE;ORGANIZED Inc;tonight at 8'o'clock'InthePairbuilding and SB dtixena'who wish to: parUc1 hoars, and six In Tour hours, contlnnons famish thp report u requested. "- fnly.wen sustained throughout by Mrs:
for the of..taking immediate to assemble.in 1m
purpose pate mass meeting t I
Bam Franeiaeo,'April --n. report : fsbing;'a"feat never' before accomplished A resolution\ of thanks and'appreciation Win. E. Offer whose previous appearance *
action la relieving the suffer- the Fair building at 8 o'clock this evening I *
Into by party In so short from Tlge Anderson s hare made her popular. '
that the Cliff House ha toppled one Camp; U. .
there. The call la follows for .
tag existing aa the/purpose of providing .
the sea can not, be rerifled'' and Is W&1I1 a time. c C.ev., fc* the donation by-the city I r. The hero fine Wiring, noble, and
: Ji J f such relief
probably ;intrneyThe, ;.confusionmakes.lt : 'Mir.chants' and" rendering" as" 1 The eapt1lrt t'.w re made at {ndlaa o; abnrtal.plot la the Miami cemetery, poor. left affluence and rich. Mason .
To the Miami Board ot Trade; '- Ilea our power.
Impossible' to reach It front. Association and Citizens of .- "CaUed .. Key General Shattnc beginning to to that organisation and those who Cameron for beaatifuh Nora hut
;. San fraacUco." Miami ; by- r'i: ,- Bah at''S o'clock one evening and at wore the pine, was presented bythe: t waa the object of Mariou'a rOlany. and ,
:, ,
,The tare and feeding of three hundred 'The'appallng! disaster'causing'thedestruction' Xry. ;': "Pre; BoardFrontof L' a o'clock haring succeeded In making commander of TIp.ADdenon'.Camp rafter fire maths'!happiness with his

thousand hungry people to aowthe of San Frandsco,- Cat ,ti. ) "Isldor Cohen -- four captures the largest 1 2::weighing and the accepted" and ordered j I.w..t'bride was brought forcibly to ,;

mala problem confronting the city which has caused the toss of thousands Prea. Merchants'-Ass's. 140 pound He continued ash and ,filed. *, rme- I'lie for the hand ft.the disappointed
authorities., ,Prorl lons,are lacking. '' by\10 o'clock'had landed two more, A petit e4 by.W. H.Sharp woman. W. 8. James was excellent
of lire, rendered thousands homeless -Joha
bat supplies are now on the war here and destroyed minions of.40UarI 'In ;I '''K..or.orJIIam1.SeweU.- ::", 1 making'a lx In: four, boors When It and fifty-six'others protesting against (la this roIL" HIlong[ studyaad experience
Three relief nations hare been established Is considered that It usually takes the passage of an ordinance allowing i : have'brought Mr. James to ..,
aader the direction ofmfy"1" : : haltaihonror.;; ::; more to km one the -operation' of automobile on 'andover the front rank u an actor. and Miami .
offlfty dtlsens with Mayor. decided that S.crotary''M.talf, whoa Ungtoaj A. Qulncy RaUroad : :Darius BalC-toot'including the time consumed the streets{ of Miami at a greater 11.1 fortunate la Baring him prominent
Schmlt'at.the head. areddeat of Oaklaad.go Immediate Miller,and Claude O.. 'Burham.; officials ;la 'rowing about'and .waiting fort speed average than eight miles per the theatrical work here.
ly to the stricken city u tat repre- ot'the' same road were found Runty ,strike,the! captures are an the moreremarka$1 hoar wall submitted to the.coudL I I amen O'Reilly an Irish butler was
Hiss fur atiJ tentative ot the national gorernment, la the);Federal Court:berg' today,' of, Ii:' t:1:: .remarkable also The petition brought forth consider- suitor for the hand of the thrice-mar

\ .,WILL. MAKE. CLEAN 8WEE. advising with Governor Pardee and granting. .rebates. "violation. .of. '.the that all of the first-four fish hooked able Jlscnsslon from the members of I riM Nanette besides haring a warm
: war' dI" >- the San Francisco authorities., relative Iar. ... ,- : wete"'l&aded..JD r make their .es- the'counefl.and dttsenr present.the place in his heart doe ''hi. unfortunate
r r1di.il : 2oDo+rtaa toald, .;. .,, .etc_ _/ ,-J\:. .' -,i1j',-.,, .-. -i.-:.:. .,' ... ""'" .ts's being' ."hooked r:-than-: are' final,result being.the filing !jf the p.-. Nona whom ;h'served unfalteringly,.
::%'partmeatby asWsstra Unjoa Telegrapa .' "."', IT. ANDREW.'w'CARNEGIE! Y, -:1tD1ld.pDralagIb&crnte. ': Utloa .tor. i future: reference." ;,_" with !Barry.Stee14; -
doektbls ONI-F. UITH.OP. ,CITY: c' ,,iSaalFfandaco .: t".otar: tarpon Mt.was ordered that the bm ot the Mr. caa hav.'fetr'sa-:
CoBpaayjat $ lS.:V .
: -
.rs..".. ni; -.;..; -....... ,- ... .j..... -' ;IIA't AIAVlD ,- "I GIVES MAQBIFICENTSUMs tote;takrn.:making a.total -capture Times-Onion la the sum. of $250 for ad- ceptions aa am actor,aad .'takea the

< ; are'U son la'posseaaJoo ot the- : ;:iptltThe Fire' s ,... __- ; I ot,eleraa"General. Shattue,natariny.m1tpraud ? rertlsing., be. paid:;; -' -" Irish brogue with natural abmty., Be .
',. T=---OB :Telegraph"Hfflaad -wm 1 Is- "now-under-canted; haringbeea Nei .TCII'k.'APrn':>>-'Andrew Caraegie : of his good fortus* i An..ordlSaaee- regulating the duties continually. shot forth his :wit and ,
(" probably take ererytalng to the water cheeked at Van Ness Arcane, and also to day added one hundred thousand both la breaking record and making of the city attorney ot Miami &a4.th. humor and was almost decided bit :"
front oa TaaNess arcane and west' ia. IUIaJGa street though -It. Is still dollars to the Chamber ot Commerce such a splendid general catch. fixing:of.his salary ,wu Introduced Sweet Mrs.,Kennedy otherwise B. :-

O[.these. ','The' mala rohime'of.fire ragtag north of Rnsalaa Bin toward fond,of 1200400 for the Padfio 'The yacht .Yuma,'Mr. Ralph WorthIngton and passed Its second reading, the la A: 'Atwater the prison wardeal* ;:
has reached Octarla street aad to edraaeing the bay but win mot spread; further Coast, ;aufferera... : owner' and haring aboard ashis.guest. final reading anj adoption being"deferred wife though taking a alight part was
_' Mr. C.' Wortalngtoa otNsW" until ,the next regular splendid, and Mr. G. yon Moeer made
fast. : west RobabhyaostoarSRFot. ; theetty.lalaafe.r .-. -ti *' meetIng. r
jsTTae ferry bId14fqs'are'contettis5wilt Measures tare being TOttC p':airri i.tit ;Tcrtrretnme 'aw yesterday tesofutilop! a' Pee warden"*whose sympathy was
people carrying amall packages taken for the relief of the'JstitBts. afternoon'trooi.a two weeks"tarpon A endorsing sad appror- unusual I t,

and brndlss. and trying to ret away Supplies ot bread and. milk art urgently INPUGH1NORTHWARDpay-':, ', : ,- cruise and gentlemen report har- las the Mayor'a proclamation' caning Jerome Cameron; Marian Camaroal
l' :from the dty.; The are came claw needed.. -lS i : tog tatea seven of:the sliver,beau a bond election for municipal improre- weak limp-kneed father"was aa wax ..
._ to'art.... last might and the MgJtetama Mr 'H.;;.Adams.; mnater.oi'tb4. ties., They'.were.'eaptured'-also"at meats, wai adopted- la ala daughter's hands and carried
> ""warehouse sad the nearby I'UNaToN"UYa FAMINE Fs rsUI; Fish sad Produce-Co.,,which Indian KeT.!tH Jargest weighing It! : A few other minor matters were con out her spiteful revenge Caas. N.'

.:eaeaerteswill .probably: gotoday.Twlak : '.-:- ..:. f: ,SEEMS,INEVITAELK operates here pounds-, Capt. ,'aarr."ThomplOll. sidered sad given action after walch Wheeler;another seta /eputo, represented .
and .t'JCa.'oame."o '
the Ire wm make a clean sweep Washington was.to. eOmmaD4'of..the cruise. the meeting adjourned. the father His make-up was
April ,20 ,war '
: U>;0o dta: Gate-Park." department soon after 11'o'clock this the. tSperieastAcbast,...aa- 'well as' at / 1I aI4e1.the tarpon;"three:Immense i without .a flaw. (Harry Sneider. aa
morningreceired the.following telegram variousother places In the State,'writ, ,.wa "...weighing, respectively 600, the"honse: oati'Bomlto and WhimWham Imp ot Satan and private spy for ,
&ATESOP OAKLAND from General Fnnston."Three .. : lag from the last mentioned place tens 400' and,71 pounds were.taken. ", with parties aboard are also Marion, was acted ",y Frank O"Bdrae.
A: 'A YVUMv rL5$E LIVESOakiand. : hundred thousand people anhomeless' ot aa.hiterestlng phenomenon now attracting :: "4 Twelve shark fell victims also one at Indian ;Key and are having good who took the role of "black rtniam" to
P *e.t and another S feet perfection.
measartng + luck the '' \
2OTh.'Auo ; though of their
'Cat la: Baa Prandsco. The u
April .
$ considerable Interest at Eau la length,.being. takea by Mr. C. C.Wbrthlagfoa catches could not be learned.. Floyd Challis Officer Thompsom
..arrirtnglaat with the
dated Fran repreeeatattre troops are, cooperating pace OaUiei,the same being the fright northward I. '
with rod and reeL Numerous I : was Indeed good and was handsomeIn ,
Santa Cruse says that In preserving order and renderingud'ttace
bt countless
of butter
other smaller and game ash his brass buttons and uniform. Cur
.taken.from Aguews .. A famine seems Inerit- LITTLE RIVER RIPPLES.The .
ia &txneaha4, been > .. flies f::Mr. Adanu says ; were landed"during the cruise. Mr. dy Aydetotte. ss $rwett. a servant
Stat.Insane JUylum up to noon able.- ."I. am enclosing herewith a batten C.1 sC. Worthlngton left this morning of the Cameron mansion made one
stores hare
oIkIa1a'.u, '_ "An large'supply been '
J PVVW*! 1"1tb&tC.! : fIT -There Is a flight of them passing for New York,' and Mr. Ralph WorthIngton ae1f rock road between Lemon appearance sad .that excellently.' ;
mat*' placer':the' number of I Injured burned and a most energetic effort here! all headed north., The air wffl get away again the first City and Little Hirer is now u Between acta there was a specialtyby
them, a.$?;of whom thirty art not- from outside can only prevent frlgbi Is literally fined with then I don't of next week on another tarpon trip. fine shape; haring Jnat' been pat border Misses Daisy'So4 Loulae Carpenter ."'

ejected. to lire.HONOLULU rot suffering.; I request'that': everything know;how deep Into the Interior,they Mr. N. M. George one of the most by the road gang. When you ,- which politically peaking, was ;
.tfl possible be done In the way ot extend;but a* far aa we can see they expert tarpon fiihennen that comes are out 'in your auto or any otherway very "o1oqr.aDeI caused mo end ,
HAD' A furnishing food for supplies, tentage are very thick-eountieas thousands to the'east coast waters, and who la .'Just try It. Turn east at Dr. of amusement. Mr. G. von Moeer
ii'0 e 'A SEVERE SHOCK and blankets." No. more-- troops. are They have been passing here this way off.on 'a cruise aboard the auxiliary OuPola' drug store then down Lemon sang a German long*.comic and ......

:... 'Chicago."April'20: : 'A..pedaI to the needed- now- -,,' for. ( the past: several days *'- .' yacht, Klondike. 1..reported to 'hay avenue. cross the railroad and recalled several times. His "brother" ..
'\Tr111ae from Honolulu says .that ..<- "The a butterflies evidently hatchedout take the left hand '
made_the exceptionally good catch of lint ; cross hits arrived late; but aided la an
.earth, rtbraUoos were felt there for ORDERED- VERDICT FORCONGREUMAN' somewhere below. re, aa they thirteen tarpon at Indian Key. He la 1 the: new bridge over Little river and English air that again brought shouts
,__ *'at* minutes-yesterday; and a repetiIS BLACKBURN seem ,to be of one size and vary lltla expected to return to the city tomor- you are Wlnfleld's corner on the eC applause j ""
'I tiom of the.San Francisco disaster Is Greensboro,' N. C. April JO:;=; Judge In color.. Such a strange sight ha row. All of the parties hare beeaas old ar road. Just east of the poet- Wheeler's Orchestra furnished the ".
:'r. '!eare4-.. Cog today took the case against Congressman never:before been teen here." far as Static" River'on the West offlce. tLarge music between the! act:

:: ., .Blackburn from the lx_ Jury The atterfly enclosed by Mr-Adams Coast, but had"poor{ luck, the majority quantities of tomatoea'iare; The. general sentiment concerningthe
PRESIDENT AND .CABINET alld. ordered a" rerdietVof. .. not,'gnflty. U a little less than the ordinary size of he etches' 'being made at being chipped from Little River this entire play last night' was that .
DISCUSSED CALAMITY to be returned.!I' and is<6f a creamlsh silk color with a Indian Key, which is evidence that week. The, high price make the it wa decidedly kbove the average "

__ Washington.. April 20- President sllght'iUuish tint Can some one ex the east coast excels the west for, grower anxious to market their crops and wa a star on! Miami's theatrical .,
Roserelt and cabinet devoted the cab RAILROAD. AND OFFICIALS ',plain its Phenomenon, and where the tarpon fishing. a* fast a* possible and If the fruit horizon. The Ladle Afternoon Club

inet-meeting today',to a discussion ot WERE HEAVILY-FINED buttetiOea be"gan"'.-their:.flight north- ..:)fro Frank T. Budge and a party of Is shipped too green they -sre pretty realized a moat sal.facioryumwhlch '

; the San Frandsco calamity. It.was Chlcqo, ,'A.prI12o-The. ChlcagivBua-.- '. -;,. ". nr Si cr friends .aboard his yacht Dorothyand lure to>> br ng rich returns., goes10"relmbllleUielr.... exchequer. I j

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The. Daily Miami Metropolis TMatt f TO Loan

Heaters Mooney


The moat Southern newspaper. pu'>lashed on the mainland of the U. S. On Short |DT Long Time

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY .: and Furniture. East. ',Payments .

0.. by maD ".00 Three months ................ 11.U '
lis months year l.W one weeks by carrier .......... .10 liii f. Dade Co. .Security G0-.
be Sold at Reduced Prices for -
__ th I rt Y d. ays _
Advertising Rate made known on application. f1 I t ,
G. Me
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TWelfth'atrMt' Qppo IUth Court HeuM .I S"J 11 4 (" 334 T nth Street
462 sari 434 Js W Watson : : A" nue.D I"'R'

c l FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1 IOIi< '" i"ALL jj I. k ; .. .. -'. ., .
,i' ... f.. : 'Wtrt.HORSCSHOCINO. .. .w..ut. ,. b Ofdtr
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RlItl'f'4' THAT.GLITTERS': NOT VERTISING. .'" ., __ A S'edalq.1-

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haV 'tUt would ** leis dangerous "
; llt been written 8ome bad people '
91 f If they bid: sot soma goodness" says the Penaacola Jou aL. *> I
I, We are too apt to hope that the apend-thrlft la "wen-meaning". flow Our brand t/learance Sale is Now On "\
::1 -to excuse the Indolent man by thefact 'that he, U a "goodnatured"chapto .

[i'j pardon' the reprobatebetwose he la "good to his mother." mod in keeping with. our: policy to carry.no goods over from season to season we have cut the- prices as never before

;, '.* Some*bad advertising mediums would be less dangerous If they were ||We.want to reduce bur stock as.quickly as possible, In order that we can.cut out; insurance down. .arid also to make

11 1 wholly worthless "luke warm" about advertising the man who .some changes in our store.I Last week was a banner week with us., This week t we Want: to'make' a better brie arid in'
who la *
The bualnesa man
J likes to see hia'name on'a billboard, and call it advertising-the man who' ||? order; to do so the prices are cut as below .' ', < ..1]
'''i .thtaka a4TerUslng"mteht be'all right foi some people the man who -pre-

tars to Waite his money In other ways' 11.have used media of the questionable''klndUhe I Alfred''Benjamin Snellenberg suits. Goods known Thej ,famous Paragon trousers, sold in high-grade
f dodger, the' < poster,/be'placard, the program. the newspaper l J everywhere as perfect in fit workmanship jT 14 QA store for /S.oo, '7.00 and S.oo. our 111
A of'limited influence and clrcnlatlon-none of ,them worthless' ;and l PI ." $4.95
( ; / [andmaterialsl8oojsoandJSsults.for.: price..ra.. u*-i *,* u ,.:. ::.t, H .,
j' none Quite worthy! i- .. ; 500'pair! pants we'have been selling a
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Big line of men's business suits the kind you buy 4:OQ.| 4.50 and five'I dollars for. . . ..,t3"

'OUT-DOOR LIFE. elsewhere, at' 15.06: "16.00 and 17.00, The! best 3.50 and 4 bo every day pants .,2.95

1-i r I our price, ";; / .-.. ; . . . .. tll,90 I mac e, good hard .service. now. . .. u... '

'The:mlglc, breath of spring la in the air and beauty .la budding and BOYS KNEE PANTS
f blooming everywhere 'The outdoor season II at hand throughout: the. land. TSC 850 and,90 cent pants for. . :. ., .,...6oc
1A few men's suits, worth 9.00, 10.00 LOO,, Ito.and for. .. ... .
I f' Good ,Health; excellent publication suggests that':as 1004' I.'the t6 90 1.25 cants u. u ..ooc
r; ..e.ther,1I111 permit;.an.everybody, should. live .on the; porch-do' ,their reading, Viand j| 12.oo for .'. . j. . . ... ... ; i.5c ...I.s5and.soo pants for. . . ...-. -.--. .1.25

1 sewing' eating lounging and napping there. There la nothing more healthful -

t; 'than living ln.'the,open air.' Condensing Good .Health's.suggestions j Edwin Clapp and Die WALKOVER and PACKARD Krippendprf ladies shoes.a'fine assortment -
}/ the Baltimore Sun Bay s:<'"The parlor ought to be deserted, In summer for l S"OES', in broken SlZ s'and widths.. '
j the open aIr.-and the, dining'room likewlae \nth''hammocka'and easy mond brand shoesEdwin '"*
E 1: chairs a.delightful existence there ia practicable., and a-stay there' la much: Walk-Over 3.50 and 14.ooshoes. Shoes worth zoo, 4.00 2.45'
and for .
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more health-giving than lathe contaminated air of a bed room: Clapp 6.00' and 700 shoes, Packard and Keith s 50 and $4. '.
There.1. hardly person" in the world who will dispute these state- ;I': the absolute best shoe on.- Big line of these to )

menu; 'yet there are so'''many' that keepthemselveslcontinuanybonsedand ; : earth' a-few pairto, close', .$5.3 1 at.' 0 .. . .. .., ::1. $2.9.5and big tins of 2.50 $ 1.95.
protected from fresh air under the belief that they'win take cold or be : 3.50 shoes .10''. f". .
, Injured"'otherwise from such "npolur. .*1 ,r"'f oUatL--"of-door'me, Diamond Brand: .00"shoes .t3',45' ,50 or more: pair of 2.50. $1 I 95- -- .", ,

exercise.-'Is better 'than medicine: It'ia.good..for, the .body,, themlna;[ ; I yourchoice. for... ;... .., ,and 3.oo m (tl/or.t.1.J.. l} white shoesat bij reductions
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and the sod 'The outdoor= season should be"also' the cleantn'season.I ; : : : ,

; *The spade"and the hoe; the broom and the paintbrush ahould'be brought. 11s1 1 I 'idl T : 'H S.UcsI u

r ..'into. activity." _; Nature. always, .does. ,her. 'part. ;, let man, do"hla.,' I' Mens Shirtsy. '_ ... y r run ,;and suitcases Men's' Hats
: clean yard and lawaa,rear aa well aa front clean streets an J sidewalks, l' t 4
'trees, 'grass, flower, vines. -these'are.necessary-.' cleanliness and.beauty ,100 men"'Jlne! shirts' -In as"I;t : 1 f, l f Is n tJJJf I ;J II! John B. Stetson and Knox
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t 'suck":..pieaatafactlon: to'the'eye; and repose to .the mind.: There'are sorted patterns, mostly, Man- !"P" J 5 and 6;'dollar1 hats. '

,:many ,wars: t. rlQ. "Some,!,,00 not.live;,.they'.merely :exlat.; Some :per- ".' battens and Royal Palm,'.are, ..... .$20.00. --.trunka. ,. and nit cases tor this to close .at.:.f ':. .-. ..*f. J J'
aona of,wealth only halt liveTo labor'.to'.llve may, be a necessity,,but worth : "
; lltOO.try and nit c&aeI.1or $nu.Young: Bros- ioo ancl3.50
ago live'tor labor la ; ''Th.wealUlor and lovellmesa price.I .45
a-duty.; beauty
; ,::Closing : .. $1100 trunka and snit wee, for. .$..<0 felt hats at this sale
that'may be enjoyed byall.; But therekls: no heanty without'cleanllneaa, j .. .. 2 85
:,; :- : v $10.00 tmnkifand nit
caaea for. .. .. L, .
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and ontdoorTllfe?. ,:.T witidWy surronndtnjscaa, ; ,nottbe attractive.' i.B1gUl1e: of MajestcSnirts l | ; ".00 trunka ,and nit,sues for $140, ,_ :. .>f 'I.- I
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KO LIBERTY. ;WITHOUT:,LAW.;.. j' .:,,;T.': / .,! :! '":, .:.;. ,tiM trunk and ault caaea for.. fUO 20 per cent, discount-

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L. ";Scriyen! Elastic i Seam, 'Drawers\worth750: for.6Oc The famous Dayton Railroad shoe,,worth ,
L ; 'Thehliiao".urei,. protection. for society. ,'for the lowest and the highest. ,
;thaw the"enforcement< -of' the' law.' Very.few'new, .. laws"" 'are'aeeled, aaywhere.Therein "'.' j. ?1 Only! threeof_, the' =*above= i. to one-custoriief- RaUroad Overalls, 'worth 750 at . j I.. i. .6OcAt
lawienough In the statute books.' ,The need la not'more laws, '
out',the,enforcement.of laws 'that already"sass L The 'actlrtt7. of.letla- '

lattve.. '.bodies'li creating, lays'. and the "laxity of,courta' In.;enforcing, them. r : above prices' cash 'and; ,cash only; goes 1.J 1.

"tern to4cbeapen rlaw and.to diminish. respect for,It' No.law..should! .be!:"a: : .
+ dead ieUri, .It. should. be,either enforced,or':repealed.; Maudlin aentt "
,meat ahould .sot ,be permitted ,to IDterlereiw th the',1 .w:" ;enfoecemen :: J
Referring! ; a:, movement to 'prevent it --execution of'a'; lenience in' a'

.J peculiarlyaigravate&caze.the'Ne-York_ ; Sun'aaya:' TheAnthony 'RomfbComp
'",Thla and ;jilmllar exhibitions 'oThyaterlcaV sentiment, whether they = ny

e' are.alynching; gangLdefyinga: Supreme: ,Conrt orderench; :; clamOr, for
; recaleaa persecution'as that' whkh: aroused District Attorney Jerome to bitter
speech'lately,. such loose talk'":about:'the Senator Knox
:. or courts aa 228-230 j
protested In,the Senate: last week at least' much 1 TWELFTH, STREET e : : MIAMI I FLORIDA
against ; are aa : r.a danger .. __ ; .
to, the, survival of Uberty.;.. the1. graft ,and corruption ,.bnslneai ands "
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politicsrabout'whlehso'much been unceasingly: said In the last
:year i., ,_ . .
and a" halt ::"The", ielpofli.t- 'ba.a' d tonreason..;" .tell., tlonal1z1D '. :
leads, to."-mob, ruiai:*"
> Without law aisrehy would reign, ,\\-hin'lt 'la understood'that the law
:i will 'be ntorce.J.' that the''.tron;.and ..the'weak must-obeyIt' : .or..u1f r
punishment; there"wM' be'fewer offenders and stronger feeling"of'Dro [ijO'YPtJ
tection and security in"'the' matter 'of life'and property, t d-l lejal frights,' "Want :a' ea ..Ho4se?

and mor .respecl for the law .and "for.courts. .As,It..la.ihere"- "J. too-"much. g
loose'criticism of.courti,",too often,by 'lawyers Ywho are. themselves court
olactals/and who should understand.that. theIr'erltlmma, encouragedlsre
'spect-..for' courta.'.and for. lair.. ._ ;- ** ... -:'" -
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Cleaa up'the atrerta'and'premisea of Miami and''keep'cleaning'. them. -\f bUrl"
: 'It" .wHT. do-,'you'good. .. .;and. '..-make- "youhfeel.,better:- ': "" so we can ,do ,nothing for you if. '

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Mr.'.u.lre1r'tarBecle'aar11he: : : profits> by reading poetry; JiaJ )'Jper- .
.' i UI 'baie'failed to profit liy writing lt> -. '-' : ; i '
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_,, ..r. -' 0. --ft U- -'I *. ILyoawalit au absolutely l water-proof residence, usinessblockor.a_ i building of.any kind,
Mlaaoa'ri rui i ooal'ndne 'of twnu, strike ;
: : U promising to : ,the ,abuts J: '
things down: Missouri, feels equal to'anything after,forcing;1Ir. Rogers "we will- ,be T V"glad J- -to: show.*you'a water prool.arti '. I"al l" tone that is.the? best on the market.

f to converse pleasantly' 'with."Attorney General"Hadley"'when' De"dtd" not"feel' We'Will demonstrate to"you that water can be poured orer'the facing: of"c our 1 stone
like" talklngi" ', ,. -, '"' and.will stay there until f evaporated by the sun, w tth'not the least bit"of absorbmenf' the

r' It la estimated that New' .York City.'looses over g00,000.000'gallons: ofwater' stone._ It .is not healthy to lire in a damp' hooset therefore protect the health. .of..'y< urself. ..
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daily"In nwqueDee of leakage almost any other city the loss .
{ of Ouch a quantity.of water'aa that,would be a .real'hardship.. : But New. : ..and !family! :and build.a'stone house., Plaster can be put on this stonethus saving.the expense'
Tork- aever had much.. use'for'.,water., -& .-t. : '' 'r'' ;:SJ"" "' of.""lathing. :;and ,we'T, GUARANTEE stone -wi 1 'notcrack or peal. We 18o"d l;in

3 jJeut::Gen: Adna'R' Chaffee; retired; has been offered-the,Presidency '.
.o;'thaKew,Tork Society! for"the PrevenUon'of Cruelty to Animate at.a salaryof : .' .
$6,000 a year. Gen. Chaffee was a soldier for more'than forty jean and ..",
was the ranking officer of the army. when he.r Ured. 4 If he should'spend <
", the remainder"of his life In the work of preventing cruelty to' nID aI.'ft
'would be an excellent,thing to do.'. The'bravest: ;.a fe the.1eD.1ere.t., the
.1 loving'are.thedaring"Timanwho: ;; ,ia"cruel to animals i Is'a: owir. T'heArlStone Co
Construction -

The California earthquake horror'grows In :magnitude and,practlcairy ." '> ".
every city 'and town,ln'the. State.Buffered'an almost'Irreparable loss, both "
:'In property anJ,, life. It will 'gO down in history as.one'of the,,worst: t
caUmltles that. befell I commnnityand will .be 'dais, and weeks 'beforecomplete '
Office and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. "Look for the Turn in the wall"F
flgureaol. :the property. :los i and !death can he aacertained.-They.
are;;already too, great to, be'appreciated, The nations; moorn ;wlthiliipeople'oi.the" "

stricken. State, Iqthelr: 'atmctlon., r-i, ; z.

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'.4 < TM& MIAMI METROPOLIS, ar'UDAy'A'R 20,190* .
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To the Voter..!: of Dade County:

tiGaI ,." I hereby announce myself u wean -" ,' ; .w .- t ", 1' '- ., .
: Pal r dilate r. 3 l'
for renomlnavon to the offlce : 'J 'i"' '.'
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lib jIeproFessiopsQattSZIPO "' -k--, of, County Tat Col' ctor. subject to \ ) 1 : \ : '" ,$.
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'C the action of',the rsmocratlc Primary j 'f -I.t'- ;

i} Announcements ; to be heLl May 16.: n06;a n i 1
t | .f T. !c|Gutter. IFi j-m- BUY HEREfl .I ii f'

l U ; n ., 9 j 1.1.. FOR..COUNTY, :J.:COMMISSIONER.._.. w' v> t. .. tic ; j w y :

:J = cSI Erwut.,. I will Aiaoaacemcnu be mwrtcd until>a,ler after this the bu4iaw Iteraocrattc the Voter District:of Dade No.County ITo : YOU'RE SAFE I IJ
Pnmane.ia the Duly: Metropo1 1 ;
I hereby announce myself'as a candidate
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.j jt1 for 119.W; Weekly>L.o'NPOU. f5,00. -J I
: ., or in both rue 1Mily aad-weekly M.- for renomlnadon to the office < ,
RWprso oettaneoarueuliaadeeeraNofalbaflttte.tar :I tropoll.for $10.00.Positively." of County Commissioner: In'District '

xunlDloiutd pcrinttli" *j aaaoaacem..t will No.-. 3. ,subject to the action of ,the '* a great idea :-wheji a merchant asks ten dollars for suit-the
iaad TUUc. be aileiiaccuaipuied bflbtrcub. a buyer
i Inserted Democratic (primary election to.be !
$' <>.aoci 'Miami Ft*. 18th. 1906. offers six and"he" the metcbant "taken him up". The question' I,, what'doe. I J
I held May get? If the "heIt mean. the
I' I T. A. Winfield. dollars and merchant he gets the wane I pix t .:'
a splclon for
I evermore. If the "he"
L B. SEYMOUR H. V.ATKINSON tit man' r ..

I Seymour.&Atkineonw ;; ,oi For'Representative ...".'JIrI.To '7. Fo COMMISSIONER : .4 t 3 <<; TV r ,
: 1 chi People Or Dade Coti'ty: : f istrict No. SfJ1; .. + i _.f. V/hr 42* 11 I
J.\., Votere' : Hr-Ji JJl
'Attorness and, r At the request of trtend..Dd.1I1a To the Democratic of Dade "
desire to serve you in the State Leg.JaIaWre. County: i| H" TG I Ti: Iw.

.j/-"Ii .,daaaaiw.dil Counselors At'Law.,- .. -.......,,, .I. nnnunca-iny eU.a.candl-' "_.tali:method' :announcing : .. e.. J',e=trO rJbAr?t,..-t, .
1:1: :;- pneticela..uru- /date for this once subject to the Dens my':Candida ; for lhe offlce of county -
.: .., SUM Federal ,- ocratlc primary to be held In May. 'commlssloner from District No. 3;'sub : :
"' *or.:Ecom 5,6,7.;Frisscll Bldff.: ,Miami, 1 respectfully solicit the support'ct .ject to'I the action of the Democratic (I 'E ,h If ':: i.J, .
the people o: Dade aconntyy,'. and. it .: primary. Ou Account' of being engaged -
elected. I will faithfully and impartially In vegetable growing it will be Impossible If that merchant conM afford to sell'the garment for less than he asked, i
$' t G. A.tWorley: discharge the duties of the office fort pie to make a personal why did he not nam the lowest price at once? Is that"merchants reliable _

and -will do all in my power for your canvass of.t&e county. my crop demanding ? Can you aft I'd to.risk'Us )Judgment He certainly, takes qitte t :.;j

Attorney ,at Law' best;Interest and welfare. I trust,to Jnyf attention Just at' this I .a load on his shoulders, when he attempts to carrr trade'that tiny., y I y i
: have the pleasure of.meeting the robera Jme. ,ThiAltelng the case I earnestly '" guarantee that lou will pay here fully u much as your neigh :
.; T310j., Twelfth SL,, Miami, Florida at an early'date and discuss' all urge all my frienda to do what they .. ..... and Just as surely ypull pay Just as little. We further you t -'1
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;' { i public questions and define folly my can in .my M1i 1f. R.: I.:WaIL"" your money on demand If jour purchase la unsatlafactory when} [ :, 'f
home -
1 position in reference thereto. I j ,
{fGeo. M. RobbinsTttuevlllo. I recognize the fact that a public FOR,, COUNTY COMMISSIONER- ;' I' 'OUJ

J ..Fla. offlce I*. a.' public trust and'should |Cth District : f /; ::\s. i i
Attorney and Counselor you .honor-me with your vote I will ,,Mr* Jlunroe.of, Cocoanut Grove, "
confidence-and having been unanimously nominated If you ,: ,
highly appreciate your : "h If :
J I At Law will .be loyal to your Interest for county t commissioner by a ,mass Y0U.uy. 1
:; t-rm practice U an CouU State ud rsdva' Respectfully meeting offcltlxens, we hereby announce less 1 .

;i ._.-.G..L.-Wor1el..;... thlifeandldacy subject to tAe l' : 1
For Representative _' action a! the Democratic primary..Mr.. : e elsewhere :

Hudson & ,Boggs, hereby. :announce my candidacy: Munroe:hat;been a resident of. Dade t... X u aresafe. : .> '
county forttoore than twenty year.
for the position of Representativefrom f ,
wujch.tlme be has shown an :' you get ,:," ... ., .
r 1 Attorney at: Law Dade County To yon I,sub during # ; "
silt the question of my qualifications i, unflagging !'jteal In the cause of good '" .1

1 7 jTownler; ,. 'Budding..,-Miami, ,Florida. nominated to represent at yov the Democratic U that capacity primaryand If,. every roads.worthy and'baa- Interest steadfastly of,''our promoted great ...:-, ;: less Value lf you ate,l9terestd knew sdiwe watt'ii.show you:.iv, ..... .... 1 1i

1;, ;?p..'*T.. 8X1808.. .* .,..... 1),, shall elected,devote at my the beat general effort election to you I:: the county.hearty support Therefore\ of we an good ask" for dtlseu him i ;'cts:5ff1: () $12 $1g o

service and the welfare and op-build-: at the coming primary.
OS* wttt 14 OTOM raefBaer.i. ,
t, Ing of Dade county shaH noels my (Signed) W. J. Shone.' ; \ -
!a a.ta-r MU stint --1./

J-= I..I{ {'-.u/}. Aft.:0 JLOBIDAL .earnest] consideration.Reepectfully- i, |rl'Geo.i B. 8.. JUchI.r4Icm.Potter. : :-:" .?''If youay.lf-s''elsewkere: = 'you'll get..LESS. value '1
F f5: -- 'p M Committee.FOR "
'1. f.* J. W.. .Watsoi.. -: : .. t.':, rJ .- '!
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Fl iDL I. L JACuo1ft..lLtr ; .I cdUNTY COMMISSIONER !
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r i' 'OfflCC,. < For,County Clerk the :Voters econd of Dade Dlatrlct'To County 1-4.a ; r .....-. 'J ---V: .. -- i ";
'tike this method of announelu I' : ; ... J f -}
f;, ioTzL BUCATMK BUCK;AYE.DMIAMI. myself at'a'canOldate.rortha once '.I.latrebr.iuOUJlce myself u a,candidate ; .. f
.' "FLORIDA. for Dade for Domination to the offlc of "
of CJerk'of Court CoaAUO.1 .
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commissioner In District No. t,
abject to the action of the Democratic' county :
I ?.1 ,..... primary. r. W.'Baha. I' subject to the action of the Democratic 'R'h, d-
W. B.RUSH. PrtJnar1 CDR a
ICth.: 'imi| Oeo..B. Baker.: ,
For putt of the Circuit.Chat ; 11
OfflM fa'f-1lb street;Thon u. :
I ........ ..ftJa'ri' To the Democrat Voter :of Dad FOR. ?COUNTY' COMMISSIONER ,
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\ County: 'I' ,PJ District No. 4 "
::, tt41IIjLA. .1 iaerell7'preMlat. my:name to the. "The friend* of A.'Lee A1lea.deslre. Clothier and Men .FurriisherST l :;-
.f. voters la the coming Democratic primary to place hi"* name before th*,voter :. i
"=' -}' U candMste fur .clerk.of. the- of Dad County for the once of County '00.- '1 r : t :

f p..H.F.Muflett.M.D..l : circuit Hartet court resided tor Dad awe county.for t'W l11hreus .Commissioner the Democratic subject primary to the.,el actionof egos. '' Don't forget the Number -t StreetMIS;: ;'krIda j

and lanatl -
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inquiry ;
Onoe'1 Roos rind to be field,::May la. itOC. .
,(., 2 ; .. tloa of those who do not know m* per ; I..".'. .i'l Itltl, .. .'
Frfi.en - ...
< it Bufding:. a-dV t t. ,
: jiotersAa.affi'tol'my'Sbips.: : teen, :my r*;or& M an official In year f*, District No. 4 1, -f

,. ....4_, -$!...,;Artxg.. .*-U' JUt and my toe** ani'competeccy. n. friend* of J. J. Holly announce ., I :
for the offleeto which I aiplre. :. him u nbeudldat* for County Commlsslonert 'J
U elected 1 promise fair and courteous In District No." 4. rabjeet 1
t.1; treatment to every dUsen at the I to the action of the Democratic:Pri- '
'*! .?v,6tB t hand of every person connected. ;with :
; .ral C 1 !f > the once IIWJ. M tee & .Ohtseflariy !4 ,

r Ormeknavi A Soliciting the support of every voter :FOR'CUNTY COMMISSIONER Vt:
... Ka0rv'.. r AWolle and
,4 "' who considers me competent cap 4 41
Second District
j':, OrtQod.". .."\'Bldeteatktwu -- .- ,:..Jf .ble.''1 am respectfully. ,:- Friend p:of William Helm announcehis SUCCESSORS frO>' J If. .. 1" \
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f West: Palm Beach Fla.FieCirk.f.th.'Clrcnlt., candidacy for county c commissioner CHASE & BARNEY :Inc: Fire
C 1 Maynard from the Second district subject to the j ;
HIT ; action of&be Democratic primaries._ ; ... : f.... t i'
!: f 'ORADu4TEp71CIAPc .Court .Mr. Helm 1* a'successful businessman FRUIT ANDVEGETABLE Accident .\

fJ.y" a With Maynard ion. Jew.l.r* Believing.that my service* for the ." u uatutIc'for..good .road, a au \ -
put five years a* Chief Deputy la the first-classfdvn' engineer; and veil :PACKERS '.' < '>: "- j!"" .1 1
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Exatal'rttll l once of the Clerk of the Circuit Court equipped to fill the office, TornadoInsurance
qualifies me for 'the position I herewith r"I> -- _. ",:CasH Dealers In :
f McDONALD. 'respectfully announce my candidacy FOR COUNTY '
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{for Clerk orth.' CtrcII1t. Court, __ *fe Flrrt District CrateMaterial ie
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I'C. "b ""Aa1.' ":-\,"1"-aiy yrlmtry. ., '.f' '.. n'candidate for the once'of county ,I ,, .'
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commissioner for, the lint District '
}'L-L subject to: the action of the Democratic ; FIDELITY" BONDS '' :( ,
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FOP Clerk primary of;Kay 1L .f v
To the Democrat of Dad County: Vft Harry DuBoU.Jnptterjna. ., ,Ptcllai ud IuelKHtse,' L

w4.rohiteotA. I' tU this method of .BouBdBimy .' / 'I' :,last lid IJ..m1.Bher Doct.f: OLDEST LM 11111Southern -' : 1.Tb 1.

W' : : candidacy tor the office of County, r"-- !

-,r.7'. H .. ._- .. ..". JHIKiH'jrmJ210ATC.C Clerk; subject to the action, of the FOR",,COUNTY'COMMISSIONER. ; f
Democratic primary and 'vni appreciate r.tleoencl District- -<
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;.: Miami,_r-:. taay support ,that Respectfully.:'my friend To County th* Democratic;1i ''Voter J 'of-- Dade Marble &'.Stone'Co.:
.1> JIll can give ; rash t and wkO
*ever yw
hereby; 4tY
,z.I'. Kevrttt 'I announce myself H candidate
.(The( aaHouserP. : .4 S., HOGAN STREKT.jACIHeadquarter!: 1LLB, -
hap forith office of.County Oohtniuionerq .J
;: : for : :1 the time, drop In tab a leek Ck
I from the Second District '
< .W. CHAPMAN Prop. For,County,ClerkWith I if K
: Saw a.aa .fir 4r., ap..d&I b 1M wrt of the high of Dade! onnty. subject to the win Building Stone Marble : etc. In of WDoIeal
tan appreciation our Use aa'IIt
e-.....lll..l.. tile_farUCBMt .ako.s.Ia& faithful of the Democratic voter U expreJ !
honor asked for ud promising '
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11 < PUB ares
mite MaUl
....ire Cou& Oa..tw.t ttprMa" -.t... performance of dati. U elected. I at.'the coming. primaries.r MOSAIC AND TILE WORKFOR get th. plaoa.
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w of ao.ttrn I1oiYa. have the honor to announce myself :, ? Paula. .
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inmost h.a.g.t oasabatrt.gat r t
West Palm Beach. FriFOR'
candidate for the office of Clerk of the / FLOORS TH- :
,D Iray. Florida '_ B ROOMS.: MANrsLs. ETC. JOHN .SEwE \ BRO

far Circuit Court of Dad. County and ask COUNTY, COMMISSIONER. '. lfoMmeaUGesraiI ... ee.daw Wok, ace HeaJquarter tar Burt TaDortnc; > s sI
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.J A.W. Graham ttti/opt1&yTo : ; -V.- | s Fifth District iMt W cki ,.UIIUCalWFadUdM .laM Ts. J.I'.. .Pro.pt Bsnla.. .' r! ; i !
I hereby!!announce my candidacy tot Stl Twelta' str*< BlenynMerritt&Kolb*

:Co 1trado. .. and Builder. '. renommaUon ton: doe of CountyCommissioner. I

l..... 1ft Satisfactions the.Voter of Dad. Couaty;. _, : abject to the- ,action .RIT f -
-'it. -'a---6-A';' _.. ;;..Havlar'beeuUeattfiedwlth: ;-Dade of DmocratIcprimary. nnd-o: > '
,alnc Ul having don the Udt tkr 1 snpport .of my Democratic I
s hataleass.ywtwork... county ;
; e. Rsfsmc... ......... MM postal sad IsNLanaMoss7 very best I knew how u an Individ- friend*.-t x l' T'

* ..,. ,. .....P.,0tt+..,.-. .MiuIU1ao. .: oat county:tdtfsea";* having{o'miki'1E'arpr6apt"Mtb'.lived at'botTi ends .r; pjFOR. ,"f B.a"/_ ; !. 1'* ) Machine--Shop'l tel: ..' J\.$ .{: : ,r ;.1

fined TAX ASSESSOR ', ..
of the county and having npabllo. t 1 '

J\\Expert'it. : i;Ypewriter, U ,\ know ,wliather.office'*o I that'flo *the o conadenttou-people m-y /conntyt To; the Demoeratlo."Voter' f ,..;;:1I ''Dad:::,_.. 7 Alsjentf' ;for the.NewEra t Gas Enguies'PasoleneI "" SY)...>. r. .REAL- ESTATE ,$, ;,71, ;..'

i ty.'I now offer myself a* a'caadldst / will,b* n candidate for roondnation ;I I and) kerosene"' engine/fepairing"a' SPECIALTY \ _- \ ', ', 11RtU1NSs1 -- "! :
PRESTONr tor Ole office' of CoatT'lTrealartr at hR coming Democratic pd airy 1 .' f.f. : 'IMIAMI FLORIDA
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i M. 'C. subject to-
.need every vote'that I can get and : solicit your support, ..? .
304 9th st. P. 0. Box 311 l '
.. trust that my friend whether In tie ,*S. Geo. O. Butler. SOS SEVENTH STREET ; MIAMI. FLORIDAask J Jr..t
,country .wm'not:forget*mon ._ ... A.. .Eire.. acre.kay. la-CmP !
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: 1 Emil A. 'Ehmann'i : -the'day of tie'primary; In return JOR" Tenth CONSTABLE District ; ry tie support"" of' al1Fm7 friends.Respectfully FOR MEMBER COUNTY* :* Grove geed house, well| eat la I Itreee beaky

: for which I pvmleeIf elected ,to berebt a'a riparian right; 'A bargain.
I ,announce, myself a candidate JBOARDOF, EDUCATION
perform the duties of,.the office with for;the omc 'of constable of W. J.:WHson.7 -.I.Lot OA 14th. Mtf'A...
t! :Arcfeitert a*" "much courtesy' :accuracy .--I the;;Tenth Justice' District of Dad ,i -i 4 ? fH \ suns C and D.; |
promptness a*,1.!give:to iny' privu j FOR CONSTABLE To the People! of Dade.County: '
county |abject to the will of the Democratic j
West Palm Florida Let en tth street, between Avenue
Beach ..
budnesa. a. O... Cnrrie. titers, ,at:the coming primary ', Tenth District Urgent request for use of my name
.-. ,, at the coming Democratic Primary C and B, 11600. S rea" tenth
W. H. Morri I take tMs method ot announcing
elec.1! : } ;
:For County'T.....,.;. |: ) myself a'candidate. for tbe'once of as candidate for membership In the :House and ',lot W. 10th:etreet, ... \
Merritt .&. 'KoUj'Real To the Voter of Dade county boafd ,vt public Instruction I tween'Avenu
County: ] CONSTABLE constable for the Tenth district subject B and bay $2780. Let 1
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate ; Tenth District to the action of the Democratic finds me not well equipped either u us showy,. Mla; j .1
Estate, Rentals* etc. for renomlnaUon to the once<< I. announce myself a candidate Primary election to be held May partisan or as office-seeker. But it Is !ii
10 front
!utatn:MaMged of county Treasurer subject,to'the fat,,the office of constable In the 15th true that hare bad some experience acre My 13000. cheapestsouth
actlda' ct the Democratic Primary Tenth Justice District, subject to the 1906.SAMUEL ROUNDTREE.FOR as an educator and If, aa such the of Lenten-CK .
ATC.:C. near 12th St.. Miami. Fix .
election. to be held MaylEth. UOC." Democratic Primary to be held May people 1I'antml; service In the modest 25 acres'nammock,and truck .land
C. H. Raalerson 15th. 19* CONSTABLETenth but important once Indicated. I knowof *) grapefruit trees, fined In south

DR. E: 'M. LAW' ,:wami.'rILFer.Tu' v" II Pierre S. Titus. District no sufficient reason tor refusing Dad. 11 year old. ((200 young tree. j
this serrlcej: I do not feel the lure
I hereby announce myself as a candidate : good house and beautiful grounds en
DENTIST Collector.'' l'FOR CONSTABLE for the office of Constable In of office and I can not contend for county rock road. $5500. Yea should. ,
''I hereby'announce myself* a'candidate If Tenth District the 'Tenth Justice District of Dade once; but I stand ready to respondto se. the view at our office. '
Office over Sew u'. Shoe Store for the office of tax collector I hereby announce myself as a candidate county, subject to the Democratic prt- any reasonable request to servo 35 acne on Lemon City road 10 '..;
Artlstl< Work ThoroughlyExecuted of.Dade county subject to the action for the once of Constable In mary and ask the support of all my The rest isjnp' to you.' acres cleared. House and 200 tree*. ';

?_ of the Democratic.. primary. : Tenth District of'Dade county,.subject .friends.. Respectfully, j W. W, ran Good vlewe of the [ba,. for a due J
With'The Most Modern Appllanc' :'' ,'''Tnoma i.'Hardee..'. to ire Democratic primary and Joan F. DeBerry. Miami. Ha. April '11. time i

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1 Donat be deluded i into buying i f frorrjj catalogues" but bujr. .: here: you can .see the goods and pay less for

them than you will be obliged to pay any'whgj&else! : We guarantee any !Jewelry purchased from us. .
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with brilliants, this I OPT Brooch, sterling silver, set with '

y' sale-.i:'..'. '." .. .. ': l... v.,", brilliants. Sold at this j or, <
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lean movemenl; ,worth \ f i ; h. '.with'good:American movement t
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t t. ___, . .Brooch.-o -b _. ,..-u z 91!'"'!. .'__-.-. ..."_.. -.-. i Brooch,-this; set sale'with'....brlllrlante .,' ....69c.

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$20: ;this sale, .. .. .PV.VO. .........--.A. ya'ti ... .r"t." "'tot", --'.- .,.,r .. L"StI.- .S .- ""
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i.costyOU elsewhere 'CI Pin, gold! filledr! | 'guarantee,'good American!! : movement; elseyear. guarantee" worth $). 'with opals.-.' orth-! y' 2 Kfli
X$2,:this sale .". n'H*r 00.'Scarf. :' 2o;; thliTsare. :..._.:?PJ t *, ',.where17.50.: .;at thsale- -only $8.9Qo.thre.;: !,,fifty,sate'.v?. .X.-.1'. 500. this'sale J .:'.*: b.;.': .yv I ,

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,our"he Price goods, that popular make, Ev-. ryth' if t1g.;: -For- t.The..if.tt Hp' use" the our price gcodi. I lafmate pop. ula;

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t. ;ls apt to' be one on'Vhlch -
r : Squab* SS cents t.el.at theT Miami

: I. :jyovrwiii' : have ipj rcbase. CrsoiaalaeIktM Market/1 _.? r- ':'POp.1

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; A. Marshall one of proml- Next time try Blue Ribbon:Lemon t

!. ->=J. ..,. .,..,. :.J""t. .':'- : vent j growers-and shippers of vege- or Vanilla. Satisfaction guaranteedor "':Q.. C. Jones, representing Coyne I .. ..\
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.f'' r-! Is in'town today on business. or moneys-back, Bfda* of Chicago, commission broken M .wrytwyh ass ... 'VALUI INSIQNT'
'DI with J. P. Sherwood of the Plttsbnrg lOft *lair. 'AJI ethera stta"ftff
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..... . :. ... 8nmmer""rates at the Kutherford The Sunbeams) of the Baptist church Fruit and Produce Co.. left this morn but they tfl all make when,pjrt/stoek. is ......Jrrma elr,
;. -"" I Boarding House %%3. Ninth street give an entertainment tonight at'the ton for Jacksonville where tier will Narma.JIarUua'I-. : tbs '
\ :t -.1.- pafaon.Je.t ;30. Every body,Ipvlt; I look arteEjhe shipping of vegetables, highest.. priced goods ":; muss
..Glm ,Refreshments ete.. to their,! tkerels-'sf worth ..... t
t. f ; : I aW; I' Uetcalf, mayor of West Palm ed. especially:,bung people. wUHL Cascade'may. hJggermswpl
.. on ef'l ute 1\ -:: can S'ta tko dE ,
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t'f''rt.'tJ..: .-.. I the-IL.-. .>.J. il county comer
..._ ; ,t.41.. ] ... ,: repaired ud'reog1/r1d' ;* .Is': certainly\ an economicalmanrHewa 3 i '10iCETEo AND. )'
,';- Q"Q"I, : .",. : .' .. I a.! ,,::.tt" %.,". I Leave Umbrellas at Racket Store. ; teen yesterday on the S rAle ',",, -0: ... ."" f
1' I Sale- paepdWD"t.aaiaJ- I '" 1I' (raIi'! witha'bunch of cards, a portion Uh eWe DOMsme CIMQ' ...

tJ. one safe., MUmi Market.,. J I' All the choke part in'th. of..1iJdL..e: threw off at each depot ,., g "'" aL\ '
between Miami and Deerfleld.
Later slagly;by the boa car by thosdat
musical program In the Auditorium on1 a .
lira.: John R ReUly and Mrs. J. A. t-.
011 be ready for' when in:.the afternoon Mr. Holly wu seen'coming
you will superior cuallty sad ta tsebot.almadlUon
)c.ii McDonald arrived this morning from Sunday night meet at the Soat1ki i sooth his .,
wheel at
with the right Palm Beach. era Methodist; Church tonight:Ito,00 on stopping are tite exclusive Bs..ere at amal1111'1eo1. ABov; ....
iithe etch>f the depots he had left cards at
!ii f hearse the program. ;' %Zl ef,"Cascade" la this territory. are kept so that BOSS oC Batt dltl. '
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES u-' l-; and picked jip the cards that had been !' 'There are a let;ef ftaffers alee I Ii. runs.to lea*.;* ? < ;, :. .; 4' _
f' Picture frames made to order. The .ReJit..flFourroom' funiisheJcottage .1.Teft. ;: CKowf. u at'. economy. but, ,none to compare wttfc ri'-o1 -4 j. -. \!
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Racket Store. on 20th. street J15- 'Apply to :' ..r''')'',;.:,:., ;. -c..d.-. .-'1 flu". ere yes pl I I0 'tii.
polL J/. 'or:.Reran--Out of town residence at "Csooads" sod ..' r14Jm111e.. 1 1I 'r'tot ", .. rt
R: G': Ross of Jacksonville is In f X :!i: Cutie; 0 rooms and bath. &111'01I1. I r'.., V { f'j.i.J.. I. .'
town today looking after his .1/rlarge'gronpds/ low rent Apply to 1
j" s t' : dre.lltnrta Mr. A. Banerl chief eurlaeelJ ofthe i Matt.ierdera gtveai., ......,ittsnilssjf .
't here. ,;.. Wm. Fnipard:J35 12th streetKsFOR
4 t WaterWork '
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'n- iYNARD&SON L ment of the K'E., C. Hotel Company.:'. V i
The Gautler House win be for OUNTY COMMISSIONER
went to Palm Beach this morning
the summer:: at summer rates. ..Airyrooms' to look after feme construction: : to r:'-ii L virst: District AcmcBottllngWorksMIAML j Man
and'fine cuisine. ... .* TheCfgar 1
.JIWtLIRS o ni PTICUNSjR. -' .t that nlsr.SS., wtit11'j : .,,- : ,FLORIDA; '
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; '''''1'beve y-announce myself as a candidate r \ ,/ 1
Norli,j.egaee ,u ''Fred'a'Dewel. ,of'TSVett. =.J-------
.., '.MirM'ylsr4 one PaunBeach's Typewritlng; one at the Metropolis- far-tie omee of county eommiasionerfrom : Sixth
--- : ntret.,W.et. ..... 1M II....., OPPOSITE. .BOT&L'sB SCA nil.
.J' business
\ prominent meD Is In office at reasonable. rateLI 'i! ;;:{ : the First District of Dad* .! n t
town on Business today ." ,. 'I county subject to the decision of the f+
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: .' L. Mece, r ks.asenI MMM conosTrags. > at this. tlr.Mrs W.' E.B. Mode B.fjQatb., the sister-in-law manager of;;.thef. of comlnf ',", .,Democratic''Cha.:primaries.McPherson..". THE.|Miami' ?(Decorating Com ii .

nr E. C. Ice"Company will amYl ,8t a .Fla. : ,
1-: '207 Area.. + -, D\ -"p>..:- I For charter, by 'day or week: corn fag ID Miami to attend tonight the wedding or tomorrow on Moow nxirn- ..",'There"!-p.'<,,1'-1' ,6'many who We C.'CANOVA. PROPRWTOR.% 1

ii' modlous launch"Hoosler.: Apply CapUln of Mr Moore and Miss Pearl.Oardner.2r jftfe people can .
1w eel > ]:
"'Wf.f, \' rud kt,*n nature In the lines of the t' i
.. [ .. Bob"Denny. Royal ,Palm.dock ; e s : -".>: J.
J. 1 l : : *' 4\ tj tiind.z:Taj'teil to their own satis ; : Hosts*. ....s] ) i1
: GROCFRI t; hEaaa Mr. John PendrelfrtpresentatiTelof ROSSItR. wlH cefleet yew r '..facUoa"t_ kind of a person carries ; !

.. ,,,, the aydeUaei: in town'and will remain t. ;u. Lug. er. are others who can 1 itiI
... ,.> >"' two or three 1Ia7. in the Interests Yr. R; L. : left this, ;;..... jjJJ.& :bP. the way he holds;! his .II:1 a.&JL r'"

c.e.1iiI tAct of,the / Columbus, Ohio, where he, .fi"ftdhS'' l+g.ere others who can ten .
k ft for tt* :tAkv. ;Y.r tit o. company, < ?' I complete a.business course In j enminahlp what kind of a 1 J&* ;'): ,
... torn:wwtiBtr. ; tirfl.9b Tory BaW =1'Elghfeen"fine ; Mr. Hill is a r.ry popular penon'bdls-and in each case there la aper Hanging and- KalsornlhtngT
a laylni ,, 'J.- 1
.it fWirph9Clb II 60 'cat tff-. henaiBrown. .Leghorns.' .'Black Spanish. : Mil well diamond known aa'a i Sod: twirler his host,In of.the friends;base ::t much f Did;yotf truth.ever. atop to think that you ,agency Peat's Wall;Papers., Y :

JI. ,. .- (iii'. llthstreet. : ; ,.. hope. to see him,,back In Miami ag .lad,can (ell.V firm by" Its advertising :1
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'" 'Study the ads In this paper and yon Call or write for Estimates. Phone:181... 131 If..Aye. D .

Dr. and Mrs.W. w. Farlif returned -neater. wants........ to list'yew.property, I will be surprised how true to life theyare .
this morning from up the S4te'wher. I' ;7.1 This la'a better test of onr.the., .
EMoffrDair Dr. Fsrla went to attend a meeting. .of ,ory:-.than,any thins else. Ton know : ..
the Presbytery j'j'i WantedTlrentyde tomato'pick I the merchants and yon can Judge how "; :i
era before Monday. 'Apply Price .A I I1IanbaD. j : 0'
Bale-One: __ 4 far 1rI'Oqwe are.1 ,. .. :t
For piano bat drop read ..'Datl, *..>;Fit/V 1;; ;* I I I There are the firms who hare been in 5- : "
Singer machine, decorated,dishes and business a long time and bare fair :
'c -a
=Lunch\ gasoline range.. Inquire at Th.jOab.cor. k/F.jitkm: iniwentfnp.ltoJJeiray; j I I business at a'good profit They are Li1re. i i
; -. 13th street'and Avenue. R' this mo-i>Ingm;, theIntereit. of the ,satisfied to let things take their course e.in'1ng s ;
".*. I'tC'!;. -- .I .-- toning :actu -,:at that place There Their i.t-;ells that they can be found .
newy The Ladles Aid of the First ME.: la some little ftUagreement 3 betweenthe ,at.the lame old place and their gooo p v
,EveryMog dfeg church win,open-the rummage sale old' and proposed new management are the .same as usual so there Is no ....
Friday noon..and win,continue nntflMomdaj. which necessitates* ;Mr; t J.tklJllOII"preaeDee'IA I use,to.change the reading, hence their : 11 11 'f i
,: .t ..night r behalf' of the old manage-, ad stands the same all the year and : ii
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: -: : i r:..-. -, *.;* !" t:. '-" .: }_ year,after year.r JVJOl1e'V' :...:
dst dBd neatest..J. .There:.are:)other firms who make .J {
.. The City>Loan Offlee la closing out : < ,
., Trlbnie- ." "....
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-. .' -- the balance of their. Easter stock ot Lost wheel lost **; Itibdytanq..of prices below theeost.'DNce' .. r ," ",
III ... ta the Men's Suits at 11... mory. Second street and 'ATetttJlfrFinder and-.waen yon read It yon : '" '
city ; : r'
: room .: "will pleas. ,return.., to Mejtr. moUsoffice. ?took at oriifor1ll'hook for yon know :, : '" ):; ; .
tar: George 'Corenj" jof 'Mr.UdMra .; S ** "h -2 .tthrjrittfteetaV.ao: : man. can sell '- ,,'-..' !
: AN IDEAL PLACE Adam Coren;of this city, left,last ",'h. ,:r- Sit l6w-cost unless he makes hit 5-- c't' --fI' '.t4 H

,.A 4' rOR LADIESCoed .' He night will for go New from Tork there for-the to Niagara summer.Fallsto ,ROSSIIR-.. ., T- "rais,L.. Oafs -LirIuNL;rep t..i, ,: 1t..ner.'II:1Ji", sons'.other; "'* 8nawlth 7.-.1. the catchslni 'i)0 fl''.; ', 'Hi" .... .............."'-.,.H. =:. '-. .,' ..... t

*' s. accept apposition- that place.': ''" Again we tak*;ptmure'Is. gag wW1ywaf your money"t v. '?<' : 'Y with aaloon the arrival of Capt Oeorgdof <<; ..' OdpFtklsRto. advertise ADd

>.if. ,.. .' BROStlKII wttt cellist 'ysarr. lap.Capt. Baker West who Palm II aandldate Beach, in towv for tbo*.!qi r! ww-w "fi!Ti swtq ertlsliig showed the field.tired firm' It 2D Yon 14th ./$ ieel: t

r -.i t of i body was
county conumssloner thinks
| ''returned by;lip ;' .
Harry ,Fromberger d not want to
print .
a clue aa to the;Identity of the )( '. J.
.... UgIIt reIe -. Oils from '.
; morning New Smyrna where on the Col1ler,' and he wants It tAt IfcnteAK Then that firm made w .,.r .
fiLmf'" served dnrbows. .. 'went with the tug L;'H. Pelton.the says. *t em\ji tv'front and advertised that, it .' "
him klad"words' .
see and thank him"for.them s
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early.part of the week. He reports a they would fin any order made to the t .
spoken si- days
tery. .rough triptiFoT :. eatalougne Jumse fork" cents less than .... .
s. -= b It' could be dellrered'from Chicago. .
w,4.tot"Amf1le'D oi 13tk4re : 'NOTICE f .: .:
s ie'weeirDan
could done j
Sale- -roar taules'and _tree Everybody said It. not be s.: <
t.'ProufBuiklinjr.. .. .K&iID, Ia.'t .. horses, at ajbargam. Can at cmce., Pl'h.Miami, Meat Market elaes thru Jiut.the: firm made good their promise .
__. ..T-- lIeJfemStabl.... Utk Bt and hours every daj-i frorfirtaf 1C m., and that Js always the teat of.value ofad.ertltng'Tkblr ... :, ...
Baturdaj Saturdays '
except anddbatdayi. .
-. I A.. X- ;T ads hare been of > i.t" -
-; open an day; and Sundays from the kind that it takes very little effort -. .
." ;".: to 8. .m: The'above:schedule to for.the mind of the observant. lutefligentytnaderaadbtter.to'ice .ft.. .. ., '
.. 7 .rrN: r take effect May;t A. a Doane.' ; hat ; 7V1ftovelty\ r..! "
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.{ :-. ), BRACKET STORE .r. __
they: to date and !leading In
.. 1'' .of 'r r.'f" are up .
ii Fresh TcnlaonIn .to'et dally at the their line.yQAYI. -
of' qr "V Miami Market Im and lilt Arenoe-I HARDWARECOMPANY..L .., Works only
: 1f Tlii t mcr. .. D. _- '. i i' ( -.? wait your nxmeyl'v.Peacock *
: A rfvcs i--.ifc-. ; .
":, 'r.
t -- 7M ., 6. I ::1 -.I ;1:
.* .. ;tF .
t.. Inn Furniture Sale

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.. ,Ribbons and -.. .... .. !'.' 4'. *. .- : $1500 r sued ,' :- >

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Laces; Be. Sold This, WeekfiftirgFumishings : ,' '.r'" .1. ..
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.eswr..al -.' r.--.... -1' :'WP'- : _, \ .,<;",

t s I "i y HERE Keep this',jn;;L mind;_twesaye: ; "''''.,,
m RIGHT ) t Peacock InnCocoanut .
: -. .:. :+: ."
that the superlortty of our ,blank you money. I

stationary and office essentialsmakes Ask any: : of our customers. ,Groverpade Co., Fla. -;::" .. .
i Itself manifest,'as th.y.whl to -- : 't::! ." :. ', : ':.- ',
every practical book-keep.r and aeIcounUnt. > -'
The quality,of-our goods K*' i '- .
o the highest and aa they coat no We am have a sale on 'shoes next To ParentsSchool. will Soon be Out!
.i than Inferior kindyou certain- o .. F C Brossier ,-& Son : : .
can see ua. why' It-will pay you to panlxa I I week that "m !Interest you'i'; .' :TF1EMianQrnsrvatoq. :,,,..," .

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of Music "
NMI i : ;! : 1200 Ave D MianV --
'-' Will, hold. a special Summer term.May let to August 1st In Violin

t Vy.H.Chailc&Soii Piano. ,' Kindergarten" Prtma-; Mutlc. Call or writ.for particulars
: and t.rigs.'A fine opportunity for the young folks. Practice

1211, Avenue D, Miami,'Fla.I ] 1'Pianos, supplied free. "+> REGISTER EARLY
t ak Counselor and Contractors in
aid 10 Cent Annex at ISIS A1' "D. .FRANKLIN- .COLEMAN BUSH,. Director.' 225 Twelfth Street Realty--
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.. 'aii !$'''' .1 -"" ,gyi w:
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i ,FRIDAY,'APRIL 20.1101 ..
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: 'THOS." -. 'W. .MATHER. I 'Hi; Il' r ** W T ***- x **

i Mechanical, Windmills! MIAMI..and steel'FLORIDA Hydraulic towers tank Engineer,, fsllo **-I 6re ai f CI 5ale

'-{ aid AeblB.black pnmplns rv pipe designed at engines wholesale.sad bun galvanised Special Agent prance 1 N

tut Easft Acetylene Gu Generators I ,1)\;y tr\wi& tojf. ,:: : j I

Miami Skating 9.11 ...-:. AT

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iRink r c j t, :..'..;;... il! _' ,;: ,

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i Open 8'to "10' .. m. forbeglnsrsOpen ..... r.-$ j .1 i !t
1 ff 1;
2"ta "8 p. m. 1 Ii _.
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,_Open7to: II 3.:m. -
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"Tuesday afternoon reserved for ladles; F cili ilY s, '
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Saturday ,forenoon'. reserved children 'I I. ,.q. \ rI \ \

r -COMPETENT ,. r- ; .
Admission 10 cents Skating 25 cents
6th'St.: ,W..t of Ice Factory Upstairs .- corrinues-with renewedinterest .
: : : :
.. i already .0'
'In The' Good Old Summer Time i 1 \Ve% adcl a num?erjof important ire m to those mentioned

You Will Find at i \ j '
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JolDSflilTonipfo h ? 9 : a -r{

I; : 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests,'tap d neck Yard wide unbleached Domestic t 1

5and10, ; cI I :. to -, and sleeve worth anywhere .25c 20 yards to each custom'for. .,.= -

II I CAPT.. "1HOMAJ5 J. HARDEE' Jten cents, now 4 for__........ 12 yards Lonsdale' FoetMei I
"- Variety Store: l -110 rJ Candidate for fix Collector 20:dozen l ladies gauze vests, 25G Not Bleaching forty -- t.'t"1 1
,Any nsrful ri1cl.j for light'heu.sit..plag. ', tsj -. N !.i worth 15c now 3 for-.-_: ...-- .- .. .. -1

:. ., In tin granite and wooden wars.A CaptI.lnHardee.'who* Is a prominent .0rps and Lee's army. He was pwstt f 6reat..Lln" of Shirts
1 12 dozen ladles''gauze vests Sacrificed
nice line of door and porch mat candidate for the office of tax cot at the great ,battle of Gettysburg 25c.orth |
Lamps, rugs. Conch hats etc.. A fine lector. Is almost too,well known in '1'tId"many other battles o, the war.He ""worth. 2oc, now 2. for ., It.
assortment of toilet articles, notions this'county to need an Introduction" wa wounded several times:the .'. !j. We hue a broken line of Clnet and 4
for ladle and geirtlement., Outfitter Dade county people:-y; jf $ k I % $ i|fast and'worst being the loss of his Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In Monarch shirts in attached and detached ';
la mall warn.orllg1lthoueek..pllllN"jo1q :; -Hf Is an'old-Umer,here", a Confederate -ifcg, at the ,battle of Campbell's..Stat3 'black white, blue and pink cuff.. Also coat shirts which
,.4""'MM D, MlamL FUu; soldier; a democrat has held office | ; >a In Tennessee. .__ J' _' 25(G j we,we offer to close i ..TWO, ,LOTS ;
for-_ -
before acceptably, and Is great t Capt Hardee came to Dade_countytwelve ,,,;,25 to 35c, now two ,
ly' respected': for .his honest.ability ears ago and has resided. Lot 1 1.. Cluet attached and detached cuffs
: and,Integrity, as,well,aa-for J his ge :!.ire net since. -_ One assorted lot>;: of,silk and was i stocks ,r:.
Wire for Me nial'.and hearty manner among all j t*Thls 'Is not the first'tlme.thathe; worth thirty-five to seventyj j 25 1 and coat shlrts/pricecj! 1.50 $ I'' 20
s Us fellow-men. ,. .' i f .a run for the office, having been ; cents choice for_ u and 2.00. now_-1. .
I He was born In old Bullock.county j ilJected repeatedly to be the county's five. your -- -
-.- Georgia, away back In 1S3T, and grew ;li collecor. Two years ago bit'yol- Lot 2. Monarch attached and detachedcuff3'worth
ladies finer llnnene
eR and I'll Wire for You"honei7a to manhood in' that state."' iittar!!? relinquished the office' and Twenty,-five.dozen g
,, 125 now .f\
When the call for,troops' came he ;*:- cot candidate, ..,before' the;p.,.-, : ,hemstitched handkerchiefs,, put up 3 In 95
1: was among the first to olrer'hi.[ life parr|; *:-a'box.' and worth, !10 to 15c at .w .-.. :. .. :'::1------: lA.u.
his bo- His qualifications for,the office J5clalf
? and:services to. country and j are (
box _.__. .
came'a' member sotthe;Ninth,Geor- undoubted, and'his oldltlme"friends'and'comrades : -This sale' per )7,
gtd'tegfinentbUe.kas'16iAnderson'sbrigade will see-to It that his : l Shoe
"' :Special nouncemeot
I.J BROVyiN' and silk baby.caps at .al
100 lawn price
Hoods Yote Is large
a i : .. division- -- ._Longstreet'aTownfopicsr" ., ." a one.. :
Keith's 3.50 and 4.00
I Koooueror .
ELECTRICAL """ 'y Lawn-and percale wrappers .95c45c' "
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'1113AvtteCBISGAYNE' f 1 ,worth 150 nowf----- ...-f We are exclusive agents f r this famous 'shoe*

,-, --- ; ,LEGAL' PAPERS ,FILED; Klmonas and 'i For style, fit and service"JUS'line hag no rfperior : '
Law K
sacques. I 'and few 'vqvalij >:>f}
*t n ,_ ..uhY' <__ wortrr75c, now_ _2... a new line ia all_the*tate fand .popular atvlea '
JunJ6 Warranty deed 3.'H. Tat am'to""W. it !
$f1lnOJ ')uiiVcJotUe j ohoitoghu recovered. t>
D. Avery for 1750.. lot i. block. >. Ml.amL .
front a weeks lllaessv .. ', ,
L; k '
; 1 1 -* t : '. .. .. .... : .
':'f Deed. F.,E!:.C. Railway Co.,to Cnaa. W..M.Burdine, ,,3I -3I8 welfth' ,
Mrs. : '
8.' \\1gglngton Is visiting
DRUG' 9. Scott for $100.ten acres In sectionJJUtp.
ler'son' Junnls Wlgglngton.. his 48.:south,range a 4 J.east.. I. '. ,t !.t1 .1) r
bride nee Miss Florence,.Frederick, Cancellation from
ojC,contract Mary
COMPANY 1r it',the sew,home 'at.,Homestead.f .' Brlckelljtp f Ellen\V<, Etlls;.._ k' .. --- -

vSfc!;**sS.' .; ,_ -1-4- ':; f Warranty deed?alter H. Browne '
Mrs.. W.,W. Sykes and family.) and.wife to Hlne Broafor |1 certain $5 and other considerations. lots 9 and Jhdp
lave moved front' Avenue.D to their| (land In section 21, tp. 64;southjange, 10, block 9. MlamLt Oysierand ,( ouJ1't
old'-home on.7th. .treet. beyond Ave-'' 64, south J Warranty*deedJ. H. Tatum to Pa- : -

'. due-D.' _.' it, .f. Warranty'deed, Lyman'0:'Gould'et ton Hicks,for .$1.500.. Iota 8 and t, bk. 1 'Sea Food Our"Spfecial1MarKs 5t

ux to'E.', 'W. Stephens for'tr.100.: lot 16..;,MlamL. ..
Medicine- .Rer?:"G.:&:'Clarke" wll hold pt5eO; Af:block 58. Miami. ?" .- "a : i __ Oysters bj.plate_ quart or ffaJon._ .: :* J
palserrlces L Camp'Blscayne Ceoanut t Mortgaa'deeL';: 'w..:Stepnens et I r. ? -9v '
at all Std p'Iprida
Money to loan on Improved property. Meal served hours 410 Street'MLaml. ,
next, Sunday mornlnc ux to Lyman B: Gould for,800.. ,lot '
at;.II,o'clock.: |.'4.;; block 68Mlar1.Warranty 0. 8. Amsden. Coecaant Grove I .

medicine, be carefulin 'deed, E.: W.,"F.,. Stirrupand
what buy and .Fine tenement. on*12th. street and wife to ,W_J. Matheson for $1
s you, .. the 'Boul .nrd. partly furnished at and other considerations,' partof,lot GRADUATINGRtflAL MeAtlantic p ftr i
where YOUb>ulyiL' It isnotonly.111 'f reasonabl.prkE.'1._N. Chamberlain;, 2, block 30, 'Frow's, Homestead.'? .. ;
: 109sTweItth'str: et.. %. a 14s ,Mortgage deed; 'Walter!H. Brown .Beach"Florida
pa tjanttgat-b .
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>" > anattt', ,! % .--V. IMiss and wl. to oJnn Brand for good and .

.,you-get the best values -: isabelle Burns has been af.'f:valuable,conil Jeratlons,, seven acres t 'r "J1'I "
dieted.:with .a siege of, the'measles in section n;,tp.54..south, range 41 : MnHRBEXOS: ii't.
; but also that "- I '
f you Her'rlendrwUl be,glad to see her east; \

get goods that-gt'eyousatisfactory ;f" well. ,?and*ai her, post 'In ,the Fort.J. ': 'Bill of'sale.; A. A. Bnnnell to ER.Kolle J .Opened.Marchi5t1906 :',
Dallas. :Baak again.
J for 1550 entire Interest bus-
results;we 4' -* .""''JI' ""* 1*- SS+ ;-,_, rMr. } nets' heretofore. -. 'conducted, ;'by..."Kolle" -BYMiss Through parlor:car,'''Palm'Beach,;'to !Atlantic 'Beach, train't.t1I
..and'Mrs.,A.E.Ughtborn'chWdren A'Bonneld.' i- t .
12" have; a reputation for and ,Mrs Hicks; and daughter "' I '< Ii.. .' if\;
"Mortgage deed, P,/A...Tans Agnew Eva Yarborough ,
furnishing satisfactory of Nassau, are spending the:week In to Mary Brickell for good and yalu I.conllderatlOtl..8.S I On Atlantic Ocean;ao miles trorVjacksonvafe, via KE.C.; Ry ,

and Reliable Goods. Miami ,located at the March'' Villa : acres .la'aect10IJ, .. ... t"r
,sreet,,Mrs: Leatherman '" "
on)3th pro '
:54.: tp. 63,. south range, U east.
t prietress. ;{ /* Commlulon" State" of,Frorlda( to B.' \,.Piaalst.. MIami CooserratorylcfMasJc.asshUd The Continental:''is the:latest addition' to the 1' famous:

,_ : ; by Mr. aDd Mrs., '
B .Tatum to be notary-publle State Florida East j 4
Rider has gone 7aciF tHoteLSyst"r -
Rev. Lv 8.
at'iug.; for four years.dating. from .
Frukli, Cdeiu Basil and 'I
sonville where he will attend the guar .. _'_' "
April ,10. 1906.Warranty r' ,+ ,Bicycle chairs. ponies for the children, golf links tennis
.. riNCCANDlCIGARS VTeL3 terly .conference; tonight and tomortrowJ deed,-Mary' BrIckeD and 'Mr.W"G.'DbVanao I n: n:
: At D : ',:": Be will preach"SUlld.* morning husband to Elizabeth G. Dora for |22 In the I.Snyder- )Memorial'. Church Ifi tot.10. block,18...and lot 8, block'17.Miami. -i Jl ,- automobues., livery service, ; thing," )ishingdeepand.fresh.water
that ettT 't ., .. ,:.. ,' : fr. <
\. Warranty deed, J. H..Tatum to B. I __ ,
Mrs.E. LT DeMay went to Jacksonville O.-; nearer;.and J M.' &.- Keen for fS at Fair BuildingTuesday -- --
this morning where she will ;and,other.con'lderaUolJI 1J,,and
Cor. 12 St Ave.D
,- ;: spend the nest six weeks Mr. DeMay 14, block 6, also lots 6 and 7. block >. l investigate n fOr Investing
whorls an. engineer. ,the tug L. H..'I Mla iL4 ;,Evening April I 24 : ,.
c;:: Peltoo-winjoJn Mrs.lDeXay In Jack ..Satisfaction of mortgage, H. E.Tue- .
mrfllevas Vxm'as,h.*boat,arrives Ue,-recelreiv to G. .Varalle., ,
We,are Now Ready to burnish there, from,New ,Smyrna.; ,Warranty; deed.'aMry'and William :, !! f Wind Power'

r" B.'BrickeD,to P:,8.;Vans Agnew for Adffllssloa( 35c. Reserved Seat SOc : :
Tribune Snell Has. Got !"the.'HabiT '' |f 600. 8.6 acres In section 34, tp.' 53, ..Bal,been adopted ,by: the?,best people'if I -'the countryasthe
Mr. and Mrs. Leon F.'Douglas, south, 41,cut.Warranty' .
liras Douglass, of New York who werertteits deed.'Mary and William On sale at Bush & Safford f cheapest powers for raising'water. Mote the people who have ..,
s. In-MlamIfa11 of the,past ie|< B. Brickell to Hannah Mal Leffler. Piano Co., 12th Street. them they could have steam ga and hot air too if they want-: '
wand"other 225 t
edit. 1 handle the beat mill made and'm.ke
son/ of ta a specialty of thia,
spending the.l1'"ttr' pan )
$5 an.1'other'considerations lot 1.
? or. Beginning Saturday: April2Ist.Steinway' business* and< with' mechanUn have been ,
"f i. tV \ 41am last few weeksln..tarpoansUiig/an4 block 107 BricketTs addition to Mlamir mjrpnmp just
1ies Bicycles. being: successful. In, landing several - piano' used.In granted a patent on. I will guarantee-double the capacity.
fine specimens,returned. to their north, Mortgage ;deed. Hannah May Leler value and life of any wind mill outfit ;Any'. infringements ,will
; ern home last night Mr. Douglas }s and husband to Mary.BrIckeD,for l' be prosecuted. i
"rm a regular season's visitor to Miami and $3,400. Jot, IT block'107.Brickeiri addition J '
$ --11 so strong has the habit grown-uponhlmthatTie to Miami'..>-"* iLJ x 1** ::Saw

uyi fie can hardly wait Warranty deed,James Bell to M. E. C HyPERRYjuCocoanut; : Grove Florida,
'or then time to.roll around, for"W* Terwllllger for $800.:all of'lots I, 6 :
southern; trip to commence.-/ 'He will and 6, block 10 north'Miami.J d

I?. be here again next season. =fc| Release of mortpre.Dade county.

Security Co. to J:'H..Tatum. ']Dr. Buhrham
It Breesln wants to Hat your property Quit claim deed,: J. H. Tatum to B. See

:i1 B. Tatum for $5 lots. 11. 12. 13. 14. i
Will,Break Their Records, IIC i 15 and 16. block :4outh. MlamLTarranty '
The and other.
bicycles pt.'Alben Heinkle.the well known \\ deed. Annie and J.' J. '
goods are the best standard ;yachtsman with a reputation of being Lawrence B. B.' Tatum for $2,300. The Miami I i Surgeon and Specialist

goods on the market the best tarpon guide In thew wateti, lots 11. IZ, 13. 14, 13 and 16, block
Is In receipt of a letter from Mr. Chi*.. 9, south Miami.Warranty Disease ""
I Tires.CoasterBrakes F: :Xaethlng. the noted tarpon fisherman deed: Fort Dallas Land I If you are a sufferer from any Chronic Ulcers, Tumors'
Hartford other .
and who.holds all records both for Co., to J. H. Tatum for $300: lot 3. ] era or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head. Throat' '
fitted (o:: ok large tarpon and the greatest number block 9. south and lots S'and 9, biota Lungs, Stomach or Bowels,=) .pepsiallndige t on,'Recta .
"killings" on the East Coast stating 16, south, MlamL 'the selling of.meats u wen u bother i' '1tl
wheels.: An work guarantee here things If the quality of our Diseases Female Diseases
i that he will arrive the first of Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land *
Best new wheels for. rent next' month'but;win eo to the Wit Co.. to J. H. Tatum for $400. lots 6, meats that wins new friends and patrons Homeopathic
: business will probably day., By the nave I All Latest Electrical Aids; Medicines
I Coast OB and 7, S. 9 and 10 block 9. south, MlamL very war. ron
231 12th Street Blue Front' not do any fishing..C .Mr.Xaethtng)1 Quit claim deed. Edward Pent and ever tried ns on aa order for rout tl
,. have a yacht Wpeclally adapted Ito| wife to Chas. L. Wetzel for 11, certain beef We offer the best Florida and fad a large stock of Specially pie pared media. for Special. wors
'\ tarpon' fishing boljt daring the present -land In section 21;tp. St, south rangu Western beef to he had.
Carroll &, Clark i summer, and sayi that he wUUte 41 east,. L Ladies Maid Alvajs in Attendance 5
r : here next season'to smash all tarpon Warranty deed J. H. Tatum to E. \ Doanc
., I,records.made by others this season W. Landli, and.DiUer B. Martin, for B. ,, f Upstairs in Metropolis Building. From 9 a. in. to:4 p.,m. Sun.'excepted'

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IS ( .. tk* ..*... will seed ... .... -
eel. F., 111.x, f
I and European may have
lore for flowers, but the people of Re1.EstateBargaIllswe j
show In many" way that beau-
I blossoms fill a much larger place :
.M their hearts than In those of any
we SELL people. From the members of L
AND royal to the poorest beggar .
off;era yew choke prapcrtiea fat tae txzt 10 '
Men the street the love seem to be In .
Shoes for
W. L. Douglas BE .,....
In the palaces of Tokyo there as follonl
P .$2.50 .3.00-3.50 and 4.00 NAN, exquisite vases of every descrip I I. I.t. I.
,..which are dally filled with rare 2 Iota MxIM on paved street In fine part of city, --" ......S47MO : .

/ CSCLL: But the peasant In Liz paper 1 lot oft 1 Ot*, street, near Ave. C, a big bargain at ..... ....flSOO
I* quite u particular to fill his -
1 '
I Gibson Girl' Shoes for Ladies vases with some blossom. ,3 lota en Fifth I't'street ash..1460.00Howe

one chance to stay at a hotel and Ire en Third street S rooms fine place, easy ---. Itiooonshalf : ..,50. ;$4: and $5 fresh than flower twenty-four every hours day be to will re lot:Jen! Twelfth Street, for............ ..... .... .1. .:2800UlversWe :.

R those which greeted him on his Elegant .. tth street..........!.. ..... ... .... ".t .. t4000
.. There ;: Even the half 'naked cooly .hofIIel.

treeU' ; have a flower of some kind stuck ,. soiling'rapidly, btutw.j. have a few choice, ':

E M P1R I E ing along his the ear.street At every there are corner numer and : r 11ft'at tha following prlceet sees

I pur Jl: : t ; flower merchants, and It 1* seldom I
a Japanese beggar will hesitate Corner lots en Twelfth Street..... .. ... .
y ;' t '" "? Light i! : ; .n ......... ..$1250en t
; ; -
: t -
.. part with his last coin to purchase '
'. I ; blossom. Parents choose flower ,Inside lea Twelfth: Street...., ..... .... .... .... .I.....'fa '

"- we' stt.i. '-. .;".,,) ''1;;: M l I:of car the line \ for their daughter, and a Jap :Inside I 7', lets en tMMrstn.y .......;'....:.... ...... ...... r..t780 i ..

The Educator Shoes and Red Seal Shoes made. ; tbe lady flower always which adorns are appropriate her person Corn"'Ioots l.en other streeta....!::;. >...;... ...!....... ."....11000 ;.
for Misses and Children .P I be The of the ceason. .'I i., ".; J f ,
50c .75c. $1.00. $1.50.: 2.00. 2.50 Mr. visitor festival to the baa land failed of to the describe cherry Remember- !tha't, watsr "sewer," light, paving and. street railway will }f "-'.

all be down there In the next .
the most Important occasion. The <
WC SELL of tho season I* the blooming
an kinds of White Shoes for Men, I that' this flower and it is a national holi r
Women aad Children of .. Thousands of people, dressed In
,. a F. ; ; best,. wander about all day under .' 1.31 .
t : AT LOWEST POSSIBLE! .PRICES R Mrs. arch of overhanging rose red trees 1. Tatm & Co.Wnq. i

) themselvet! with tea or rice
-. g j .... n vj- .i- J.. .. at the tea houses or buying sou .
Mrs. of the occasion at the many I (
her shop erected for the day. Each I
E M P I: rt E. funeral of a cherry orchard baa his own
orial festival and sends out Invita '
terred ornamented with cherry blos Gurry's Sons
min Lo ; to his especial friends. All sorts ;
1. throughout .... games are played and In the even- '
is well known -5
of shoes .
quality our '
thousands of lanterns are hung KeyWest'Florlda,
this entire community and therefore needs no comment. : the trees. The royal court Invites HEADQUARTERS FOR 'r

We carry the largest line.in Miami to select from and the 1 nobility,and.the. diplomatic corps
all who buy from us can 'rely upon first cJ.1ss'goods at. a for garden party: It, Is also the sea Ship Chandlery, ; Building "
family picnics which looked
remarkably low' prices. Our' stock is new and fresh to throughout the year are by the Materials. :Of, All, Kinds. .
and to good service Money Refunded classes. Only too soon Is the f
guarantee Coal DI14.ho, Steam marine Hallways, Machine Sl ,
_._ J : ; blossom festival at an end. *SlopaForK .,
|The Japanese cherries ore not In- '- .
repairing oJ.
Bargains In every department ''As to be eaten but their Value I* All kinds ; Boiler and Steam Fitting can done atth.
that In the blossom. It 1* the most shortest notice. in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanic ,

last bloom of all and of such Im I ,.
: Dry Goods r SECRETE bave'1> that before the bursting of CANT: : n IAT _,.
: blossom the,fact Is advertised fit !In.'spring .tiW'tfe-fcouowtte ;iloeal .
Quite a the local pnp rs. The cherry: tree her spring deanlBf: the'tanner oW >,
MUhneryv We,. .. grows u 1 tall as an oak. this cpriag -plaaOag: : "C tack torn* "i
enjoyed during the time of bloom it 1* so .their..beat IV* oo wltk-u.: Wo aorer 3i
look with flowers that not a vestige of attempt a "'
We 1* visible. The flower have alto SOB
Clothing PLUMBING-
T A : ; tfr ,1., It np singular and delicate perfume.: fc
our Japanese-women. have a pretty cus without tetentba"Ct'4 W work
Hats. of' making their dresser corre caat bo but TftorV*. platy
keep It to the flower which are In sea- spring plnmbi&c to be don aid
Most ) n., At the cherry blossom festival she '.+ r" .why wo ask for roar t lb.., J
' S but;a* a kimono embroldered'with the .' t. our rood wort. ,Price ao higher
s leave :; .... :.'''i\\-'.--. ...,:.. .. other
tt. %* *o much In evidence then When : :. .,. |I'i
; : _
paM of'Ihe; ; wise with> eat..-w.- I'IDeDt le-re. ...t.::..'::,.*.\lH,4-::.... ....:, ......:..:.........h.......>._'II'_..,. ... t, Ff..l4.sCRUM..L, I
one covered with effective _
118 -
; AvstrerDoatractors '
a pupils of the varicolored axaleas, and ,. ... ..... .
": 'N -
to turn give way before the wis ,
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Suit Cases 'Po tntYoai ee : sEfC It ; ,,and chrysanthemum. '
will. 'oi':0'I In the arrangement of their flowers AND Property QwllerIf
people of Japan show great artistic
YourshoesstTbsl lre Each separate bud Is allowed
.r' ; Mrs. chance to be admired. A single you don't want to SAVE 14tO1VE J.". ,"' ';, '
rear. of ; held by a cryftal vase make a we cant help'you. wjrou do; come'
for the .yestwhIeh.; Z 1J not'forth v *
Goods Store : I

EmPire Dry rant sidered' .''- f crowded. hm;together dolAiDi of and;the their blossom Indi Tjfe iJ11MEfi: nald.. do....

327 TWELFTH STREET,, MIAMI Hon: }j, charm oUt.... G.ttlag.entirely' lost Ol"! ,Can.I i:]:.. I/'>'is...... I"t. andsbay yofr,'taOjflii: mileriaLfe Loud- g/Leal II" '. '

delivered to of city free of charge State. ,
All packages any part !
jI have been trying to discover what '
ty...-. ;:.:YHoiPine, and ( all
*% ? : iBg., : system T.to helping-women off ; ; Cypress' of; .kinds .
j-v oIib.; .,.. "rJ car" said the man on the back
,TT + i7*' > w 'Y1< .
r .e v % lr 5' t voters com : JG tM conductor.---! thought .We. ..also '.sell,,Limerick i. ((4.kinds). Cement, }5ash .Doan
first thatyou assisted only elderly Mouldings;and;whatever else a builder' requires a

.- Then, when I saw yon help .... 4;, ..*.,...at lowestpossible figure; 1 j"
MiamhiB.u.in ,DlreCtor or font::yonoflrwomen"rthought -- : : ; i

; r t Y t t l holler;.'aPL(\ : It to was your their gallantry.good looks But that yon You Kno"tom-'y.where we are v .-t4th-_Street" Miami'j Florida'T.tJff1 f

that theory In the bead when
to in8 .
assisted that sour faced, homely ') ,.1'" '' ,'" ;
I 'The Out llet of below Town the Bu.r.addrMeoe and those of Miami within Merchants the city will find In the another that What Is your system, any r ,.: P I ... '\I" \ '}, !/ 't.3 I
.,T" ,
""""' c u med tio do for rally r.f.r. c.-' under'I I coaDec
curity !'1t.. very simple" replied the con- Dallas
1 help only those women who Fort LaM'Company
..... ';4f; ,Jt '" ..iI !C!_ ... '" k r: _'intiDr7': J'; Y i ploy of bother with. I know the minute
. hitter .tLlT 1' !I'_' 4 ile.- 'tJ'arnMt j m1'ti 1 fore .woman rises In the car whether she \
i ,12th.Sheet Car. An. D"& 11 I. 200.-22.02 Uth 8C ama.r: t; Lion; a : : the sort who will need my help In l '
or Is perfectly capable of tak k"i
4 raaear,. \iGrocerfc., H T. Orah r L,,ICREVEN > gineer! i care of herself. If a woman march- \' HasYOfl; Lists \
KapeV to the door,tne minute she signal ,; <
pad '_JTortflUerA Dealer la Drag. Patoat MoV i .
i I the itop.and then the \ .. \-11 fr
f etaea' b0.t Article.. 8tatDP says car to ,crab f .
...lLUM U.' nOT L Uf .i 1'l' t tDealer l { ; sudden Jamb so'jar she stopping won't,bthrown I know she at .' ..., T -J ...L.\. \ A

ta Oroeartea. ..Orala.'Hay' the front attractive sites for i iboth' '
a.pe$ get off with her face to some particularly
: aairrertffl" *r8.; dOD"; IaI needs no help. But If she rises Just
> *|| fvnaa, Uete residence i
f ; the car 1* about to stop and lurch and business pur-
SU UQ'_j.Itnet.... G.:.. .' .. lOaml._" na. ; Bata X .. a.. S ,. ) a Te- ..-f bump along to the door I know
130 l-S Twelfta atnet maad tie' need a helping band whether she poses. An }investment in Miami real l : "a
THE. MAGNOLIA'OKOCIRV. CO. .r young or old. pretty or homely for I t
A. J. CAMPULL .left to herself she will get off back- estate is safe; sure of quick returns
la GroeerKe aad 1 ,
Dealer ; Hay f
D.i. bv Dry 4 Good*. CMk -*t'" :: ."- York Pres
,- t!: t t-t t) :'t )' o....... J (St.:)., ,. ,
D and: ttk Bt Imaas> ; 211 AY.taS,D I J\ JlL'Liftew&i 1 .; A. ".1__.."", 'k{.. 4 -. tf4 u .... ......I. ... ___ q"t:' _. _
'_ .: day )udp Thatcher of Mississippi was aa .. ., '.
IlTrtU: bachelor and rather prided JOt B'.J/1ithJt J. E.INGRAMAMIAgent4' (

Buddm b.Ing-' of upon lovely having woman resisted when?on the all 1 ""o> 'k-'r Dallas'Land*I T.it. f Vlce-Pfesldent fort Dallas
] : :Umig his friend bad fallen victim to "

lei numbe olemn Insidious.looking arrow man of but fata.with B plenty* wa Company,'J Miami I .Florida.' 'Land, Co., St j Augustine '. :-

dry humor In his nature. He had a
:<(' I- 8' --..: .. : home over which Ida relative ,
'Machiner-Shop part. .
.. .
presided. Upon one occa ;
feature !
a lady called oo some charitable h
Across' TH6 Rivbrj.. ., the will' ;; moment, and,the the servants Judge answered being out the for i M. J. Yarborough, .
The caller who wa a stranger, : t "
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:- 'WiU repairyour.; .engine":pJL short- ...!notice=;-_ -- .". a for grave the "madam.and deliberate" vole the '
: replied. There hi no madam."
Expert Gas Engine Men. We carry A tal :' The stranger5 Instantly detected a*or- Bliider of the Palm Beach dotel I IHbuse
of? bum and spoke with 'sympathy look
< dynamos, coils, plugs, ,batteries" wire, voice: "Alas I see! Pardon me= Moving a SpecialtyMiami'Florida

/'f, !:1':screws/switchesJ. ;,' ,:'. '-, :>- ? ...!, ; ;'. :; i} -'.:.r',. ago Bac"*,'I : This bereavement was too. much,, tor the,. ,.bachelor;1- ,. \- -
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Junll.' of the Judge, who felt/that he _.
H ; 4 ; jf- 4tLoftpm&Einls lay
, ran ta : not be worsted,of his/ ears of < "
It cure solitude, so with/ umphant .
settled be shouted.with Joy and i
the "So, madam, not a be- Approved till 6th day ot April. A.I I Don't fan to register your cofld for :
Every ,. an achievement, thank I I D.; 1906. John SewoU. I tie special sammer! term at. the 111I .
., gists* ) -an achieve: ntr" j I Mayor, t jaml Coxuerratory of.Maal ....

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To.The Democratic Voters of Dade: ,. u
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:. ,In'serrme! : to:me. ,Fcvrcely. "necessary:to mak d:mial of the absurd [ ) ; Wi ) ;'
t charges'.1IlJlie'letter by Mr. Gao.: ,G.- Currie; that appeared thIs week '. (
":: '- an some of the county papers. Suffice 'it ,to say: hat I neither ani nor r-- : : .:, ," ,

,1 have'bieDJ; 'aDylcombination: of 'any' kind "whaTever.. nor have I, ever ,. ,. r'
heard ot such' a_ combination or deal,neither do I,believe any such ; .. .;' '.. : W. '.h.':,,, '.'_,' .t,;''. "" .' ...'. .".. :0, '.. .. ," .". .-.".,..,....
deal has ever been thought.of.;or consideredbjrajijr!! 'one i; L'&m-.caFtf; :; =:- f. .t -t.'i '. \.:
didate for, the clerkship'alone, and'am',making my,race 'on my; 'record-L.,.-\ to the condition our store there were a
;' as a'Democrat who, ,has. always tried to be consistent! in the politicalprincipals : Owing crowded; : "of {; .j ;
,': J .have espoused, and::have endeavored: to be,faithful! and..,, : d& 1 I
great thingswe'puld not show :ringthepastW eelc;
heretofore| many J
efficient,ih'carryinout.every trust imposed !inpebymy; | "
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'. in effort and record |, ft
fellowDemocrats'; As to my success this my- .as
:J i a pub1i; servant I.WW1eave to the...Democracy'of Dade,,to considerin ,. ;. and in addition to goods; advertised i we will place on
:;;dtci.ortheir choioe fortthepmationRfo rr'chI.am >icandtdate.: : to f A saleJ..j
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'r ,y.) 'Tery,Kespectfully.; EUGEN1L DIMICI Jl'o -.\ ; -,: ;. "' .':t:... .''...r'f f '

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Consist oT 'madiMottla swiss,\India Linons. ,Persia" lawns| ,"

( all ranging in price froT lScJto! 7Sc petjjrardjat; 25f. discount., "tlsoH'

ttSPIMiSALE 1:1 ..
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Laces n i and Torchoil =
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I at greatly reduced : p .
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:,f NOW, ON AT. '>, ',,,,,-,>.;. '. I .1

t, Lace Curtains .
", ', .... ...... .1.. .. .,"J:, t I Towels, Sikal lid.e.
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"- :! t1; .. I "' .
-. ,our entireisfpck i
; 0", "S ,\
of these to. at' all twelve and i
;' go

John S ewe 11 !6t..: Bro, thissale.Prices, counter'full' one I : half 'an"d". _. :1
r one j
' <. . 1: ; .:.;t,,,;,::: ; 85c, $1.2,51,5 fx(102.503.oo ct. val, J
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: :' : : r.r*:'" : /.sV;; '- ';"(V'-" ", '"':: ,' < ;. .: ,: :- 5.00 v ':;' .1', --.F'Z, .''y ., ; .1- ../.. f.', '" ti -I>' ; ) ; :;)I ; I 4.00" ,:: 6.OO "' n. ." :;:
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t '' '" ?; ..;: and '$6.50 at 25 I.: 'Il\- .t

t .: .'0 J--"ShamsCIoth1ngi1* 3 : -/ ". }""';i rt "'and"" ". ,-''!j ft,.:-f'- per' cent discount. LOO Cry I. ,.fL.t'I ;" .;- ts ,
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boods. > : -- \i-
.at .: .:..men's,4.rurnishing... ., : ..; : ,,** .* ',,.* ..,.. : ._,. t.> Table" 1 Linens 1 I \ !AD lklS. '-
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L : j ::1 tlrfs. 10't''t: : tr-. { ') )'J ;, d ( ,:" 35 cents, to $2.00. at 25'" per cent reduction.. at 25 per ct.- off,J; regular'price. .:.

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Ii, .' f In soliciting your vote for the office of Clerk, o: the Circuit Court of Dalle County. I wish to call Let'
your attention
--appreciate that I would be serving YOU. realize that I would only be clerk and \Jby that I mean that I would be to the that I fully
I **iiiw a.'If'rou should employ-me'to-look-afteryonr-PERSONALbusIhe's, affairs. serving your I.tere.t Jut 0_

will give them a1:! ;undered "unnatural I am no professional politician seeking to defeat any one but I want the position and promise faithful, efflrlorJ I
I look lit once, but'put them througha courteous treatment to EVERY citizen careful % And the '
of DadeCounty:, Florida You are the employer, I want to be the employee 1 < acme
CASTER STYLES AND MATERIAL thin starch water let dry: then your ticket as follows: and request'yon .to mark
? thoroughly dampen first Iron on the X JAMES F. JAUDON
,WORN. IN NEW YORK INTERESTINGLY wrong side and then on the right side, I I
,,1. and the China waists should be Ironed :
ii-:. DISCUSSED i FOR MIAMI immediately after putting through the.tarch I WHAT MV HOME PAPERS SAY ,ABOUT MV CAN Dli'DAC -
WOMEN water as this gives them a look ; _
., "_" 1, 7X'o :, *' continued; newness., *>:F jft CAPT. J. F. JAUDON T "
f y The newest skirt 'is of the'. circular I I .

.. five-gored variety. It is lackingIn ..
" New York. April 19.:-The sun shone any fullness around the hips 'ahe For CI.MhIp Ip I .",.
:; warm and bright 01 palm Sunday fulness begins only; a little way J Miami New. March? County and. Makes It -

i 1 many; of the new I'1e. in'dresses sos e.tbe knees and Is thus a' boon l a Four Corner*!) ContestMetropolis. -
I hats began to IWIitehat might be to the full-hipped woman and by the I Captain J.F. t ".

termedtrlal: trips" la. preparaUw,}rj-[,the narrow ""width,.cloth..,Is,the I In yesterday's .
J tor t heJfrearEasterjjarade !.dqwnJrTfthAvenue : lie et.AtAt4rfal.toseekae'StButs: : to
j at time at. the fashionable' better advantage. It has a seam J at would be a March 10, 1906:
;, churches the'dreumaken I the: 'centre front.blch'I*;concealed '
c iless than the creators, were there In under plaits and Is closed .at the County Clerk The race for the:bounty clerkship s

t"company'awith; a- ".few" others" to."".take. bnoted gore under an applied box-plait the day the ... ,grows stronger and ore interesting
c" .0 .' I' 1 :> it vtjf >,* _
1 \ '.;. ., new '' ";' 'each day. and,with'tl e announcement
-f' .r The College';;mouae will, ,be of Very many of ;
I Truly?ll'wu the Teast of Flower** lilted for .armt. mer..dafa.'It!; li. I' of:Call J. -P, Jaudot' ,. which appear
.*to judge from the hats worn on'Eas made with"two tucks on each side of j Jaudon Is'well
t ter Sunday In "The Avenue costing I the front stitched to the bust under 'In' the Metropolis this'afternoora'. ;:. the
friends, \
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vanywhere\2rom ,two to.::tht.. figure lb.' second of which there.are*darts I warm contest assumes.a.four-cornered. as-

K total )vtrf to':Grand Street. where:'aItwentyflve which take up the unnecessary.fulnesa. who, feel_ that ,he I. pext, with the '
cent straw was decorated The sleeves are of three-quarter length prospect of,.a, fifth and

j F 'With a,pew telL'cent,red'wreath: having pointed or rounded cuffs and the office, of, I even a sixth peso, getting Into It s
,! "(;celebrate the day. Both creations were I a low turn-over collar with rounded

marvelous, but In different' senses.. or- pointed front to match.the cuff. gwm make an 'within.'" ..the,-- next, few 0-; day_ a.Capt __ _
t Style have.now taken definite form The waist is closed at the front with election. Jandon, the latest uplrant
t. /and Dame VashtaThas, set her'.t!" bnflon:! "holes 'and pearl buttons.tAbtncyR'ladsor : : ; They 'for" -"'' -:!,pIumY'Vweilbut "; -' ".... r* "af% ;t

: : poll. certain materials, models and acc tie completes the waist that his ,excellent the. known through 4:
l' 'r: ortes-voiles-a'. light weighVeanva [: caw a number of these waists made I the county. He. commander oft, s
''; s Is,a.most'persistent! favorite.for I!up dlfferent, colored linens stitched I fare coupled with ";Ee; Miami to'
military ,
t Brat, place'for spring costumes, be In a'contrasting': or waited ; mpany. and 1
'worn without a coat. all a? which cos I .. II spirit of local'prlJe / Vprtate life I. a co_ miaalon. dealer

.tames should be made rap'orer a silk'lining r But I must tell 'you about 1011.18.f I [iYand It'crops out In ,, Capt.. don I. honorable t .and bonest.i1.i1.1a
r which Is often of a contrastingcolon fi ,
: the: gowns worn at the wedding of .). serve
( 'Miss Ruth Bacan last week.-The bride Fie r manifests In the '. '.t 'an4 competent to ,la the oMce
I wore- soft clinging. robe of liberty : r .Clerk'of: :the Clrcalt r Court
| Another tarorlte material Is the satin flounced with filmy lace.- The ;v: keeping the : >cN falthtu11Jt

checked silks* and an auzacUYe'ex- bodice'had a round yoke and unlined I Bard o: the best : : and we11. The capJln, will make a)
: |;amp1.iof1a'drea.; ) made' up In this 'stock ; T FOR t.i
; of the lace and the sleeves wore I << bid and be" a close factor_or
?matertal..u'on exhibition last week. Full" lace .flounces over: pass, With tHol the state: I ,'! -
!;A small self checked dove erer: silt this was worn a.draped, veil caught COURT 'partin- the contest When. It closes .\ '
Sraa madeup over' an old rose taffeta with real orange Woasoms.' and'..
:lining, -The' skirt was circular In cut new, Idea was the carrying of a single '
,with a front panel'of triple Inverted :white tulip blo'lOm slipped,betweenthe history" .In. seeking' and the: realize,that:those who are ,not famfllar .with,llla J
:plaits on the left .Ide'of which was ,.pages of her prayer book:! The I | ability ;[ an Important.office. f "i ". \
Captain Jaudon
;the dosing} The, waist: was of the gown .of' the' matron of :ihonor >was ;', < one ot the largest,nretabl'and fruit grower ta.thl* sec s
eomln :1
.urpllce order outlined, with two constructed: of-a dull soft> shade'ofbine' ftlon.Before' 'AI ,growing business in Orlando; Orange,:County.; '1 ,;
.band* ot mirror velvet and .ruffles of cloth decorated with white lace. lnesttmableralne an oMce'lDIJ1 1 In handling all kinds of business and will"be of? :
the silk.,opening over a vest of cream The, skirt trailed slightly and, had |' 'AI to = aunts I .- .I
*laceMderUld. with pink. silk: -TheJ three:; lace'flounces laid'on '.flat: .The ,--j tax to'character. 'r. be received a very,nattering vote for thi. position of eit/'t.4.

;>horipttffed. sleeve:wss.turned; back bodice' wae made with a--eoat effectthe..k1rta.of ,., j For a.ae.aorlI1d '
H at'the elbow with a cuff of velvet ana ,.. a number rI in the
.hich were Abouteigh! r State National Guardwheniteomeatomilitarm&tterL
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placer: -'Ills' "*torer' wore wtth this teen inches : i. : u ,,-' ._ ,. .
deep"andOVtbe'amelength' ; ,-Yon could do ? +'r17! } < .L"I 4.'1. K, ..;
|'costume.were. long grey glace the all ,around. The sleeves were : right man In the and by- ,casUnr yourf:..vote for him YoV, will. be,placing the n =
'parasol wa covered with the lime of elbow length, finished la flat'flounce j : J' i
(;material a* the:rowii'Of er pink- nk effect;; slightly puffed. The! hat, wornwtth'this'eostume"was 'AMT PLEDGE' 't-v--1 me to the portion of Clerk of the'circult_ Court. .
:;wlth abig' pink: bow 00?the handle; of '-the''. narrow i I tt' .,t : ,

!r'and: the-hat :wa a much twisted pta rolled brim and pointed front

;quo 'of grey crtnoUae lifted at theft e style. trimmed .with,great flat chout ,. >- .. : : t;:,; J-A U p : '.N- '
aide showing long pink plume.; of chiffon tulle and bln.e'plumea. The : _

.c, .,.,. two little flower: girls.were dressed lat ,

-AaoIher .:.materlilthatJiuijathe whit..mulLorer.yellow.silk.made..In UNVfILIN'6"Of' ; .. '. .. -'
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front Is Foulard especially ttuvarte'jr Empire style with lace yokes and ;f -
.." B. L:Liuset.r t ,;.... V :!.ummu. '
called ,B dlant Foulard and berthas and, .'
yellow saihes.gave: a "
a more ..:u1 material for eml-dre> prett color completion to the gowns. iANKLIII !
occasion has yet"to be found. Most, The bridesmaids. wore 'light, blue i Miami Grocery Co.Staple
ot the foulards have small conventional gowns!'of; ehUfoa'broadcloth ;and In : I .

design,'pin',dots. ,shadow1;"spots.4nd Itead'of bon n 1ta',iarrled.blue. ,,parasols ." ....\ .
) DU ben of -pin stripes are seen to match: the gown;; 'j'r: Trocade'i I ; and Fancy GroceriesfRUiTSandVEGETABLES' : '
_Odd color are more frequently seen I [ tI
!this' spring than I can remember,havlng The-gowns' Dad'-akirte.t11a barely THOUSANDS Of PEOPLE"' 4A <
seen for many seasons back-peculiarr escaped the.ground and Eaton '
coats '
I of groceries i* complete and think :
EVENT we we can supply .
bines; old roses; .queer /Md
both ,skirt;-and"coat. being' decorated : IN' ,PARIS : 4V>T i.
required in the bakiDl'iiD Our fins. to ,
tuhtoned browns lilac and green ,
straps <
with -laid on In,i key + -
.that take ju back to the cedar chests The skirts had three or four Inch Pattern plaits A 'S G I F E V.1 R ', .I :class- ofgrocerieaand oar: prices them _ill be ;
rifht. Good, delivered': to I
promptly upart of tJie'
In attic.
our .. stitched beneath the(hip-Une.'ne: FAlfrOF LARGE SIZE fruit and ,
S. : vegetable stock always fresh.Give a* a call .
Eton came to top of thebelt and left ; :
Some one hat asked me If the elbow '
little ot the blouse to, be'Hen "hich r
sleeve will'again be worn and all 2O Twelflh Floride
latter were made of lace with a jabot 335 Street., Miami.!
It wilt It ts universally
summer. of the same IhowlDe'where''the coal I a

worn and-necessltate* the wearing or upened 'at 'the neck.: ',The,hat were Par,li,, April SO.-In' the. i I I tj
long.gloves,..either, of silk.or- glace <, 4
of 'a', deep shade of cream leghorn lhonsaadeof' ,people.-_& : i
J_;rather to newer,featare.xls..to.haveseves with..blue 1uDe.-boa ,pla1ted.1D. at tae I
many Americans, the t .. __ .
'embroidery or an extra back and trimmed in the front....UhIide. | .
tucked cuff of the same material" to with large' bluer wings. The bronze statue''of" Benjamin;; !
[be Inserted for mourning wear; o l f bride's, mother wore a- dress of gre debate! : by iir. John tL ,
: chiffon gauze trimmed In flat flounces .f.U'crliin'bank 1
to the City
<. one button glove Is';used._ of black lace' medallionsf which |
sMoot Market
sac iIrt\railed this afternoon : I mstrong's
of I
.- While speaking gloves mug t she wore;a white hat trimmed with !
tell you of a new idea that was show black. and white',tips.- fessor'Albert .Henry ,' _
;'me the other day In'.the elbow length; e American Philosophical \ '

'the glove wa In two part and attach .A'gown'teen at a late reception was was especially appointed as IS THE: PLACE j. ;
:led by tiny fasteners.at, the wrist sentative of the American
of white
batiste'cloth with
).which allowed the hand'portion to he open-work by President Roosevelt pay enormous pikes 'for fresh meats you :
embroidery taffeta
pink It
unmoved: while that, whida covere< : as' a, Princess over robe fitted'to .wascut the The'k Statue, which bur choicest cut of Western and Florida MEATS 3
the arm remained In place. ,. much less at<
.e. figure above and- at; the' waist line, ereat.tate.man 1- and money. Arm.troDg''Ue t Market.
In an armcnalr1; 111 a 1 ...
with a big pink bow decorating the
An odd'and pretty'sleevi; was noted front o* the bust at the> centre. From tatnei'standing, In!,front.. o: 161. CoraerAvenu'e Dead Street
;;the other day, which would be thankfully I adelphia 'postofflce. It: Is' I .11th
this bow streamers I
,; received by the stout:;woman toy under the firms and up were to the carried 'fleshy to bear much fluffiness near her of the"back and there tied with.a bow design:by John J. Bert the
waist; line. It waa part of a dark blue sculptor. It. cost about J .
and allowed to fall In great streamers i
;;costume trimmed narrow black son-
The ceremonies In I
The elbow sleeves were of the ;
:itache and crochet button*.The sleeve*
the: unveiling of the statue
variety with of ran-
iwere a large puff to the depth of lour'uehea' capes embroidery i tiPharibay
been placed In the Rue
ins over .them:at 'the shoulders:,
)' \' on the top and below this ancovertg'tbe far from the house which
whole of the under sleeveportion CATHERINE' : Md.TN-PAYZANT occupied, when he was

} was a close fitting straight ister {tli France began'1 ; ,
gantlet*.....*."endingattheelbow TO CHRISTIAN CHURCH.MEMBERS meettnt'In the great'hall of j IKCOKPOKATKD I e j

ta a-narrow-braid..,band.- -The. waist .-:: caderci:; .palace which
ua. aiUatgbtplaakoa.tront.hord ,Members 01 t Chrl.u n' Church '
er 1e. thousand persons and was Store
tag on each aide with braid,and buttons living la Miami 'or,.In, Dade.,count). utmot capacity' Among i rug, :f or The People. J
theclosing! ;belne:made on the are earnestly.requested to'send'us fc eat'' wt re President :
left 'aide,'] Jhe,neck .blronnd with ,a pOStalcardatatingtDe i .fact of their nnmbefjof! other
hallow $UnieJ-over collar bordered membership, also to give ns the names the' French government the j and it has been the means'of adding hun i.

with the braid above which was a of resident, members either of their ot thec-CablneU member of. customers to our list. We sell only the J
lace.chemisette' and, standing collar families their friends in pur '
: or among i ate ait&Chamber of De'! All '
The skirt;was extremely plain dr- order! :tbatwe-may: learn the;ful "s representatives of vai-l.ws: prescriptions are filled by registered pharma- .

-cular.mode.having,an. In verted.plait strength of. our membership',in?bol and literary societies carry the finest sodas and ice c earn in the city
X back aad-front.aa.t.the front.!. outlined town,and.county.. A,prompt, reply the'A deDl3'', and many !
with band of braid and buttons l is respectfully requested.Address A.M. Urea ,bA foreign
;tmtsiJe of that.i The'drew made-of Chlsolm.resident mlnlster,706. Avenue cietleijl WJe 2.Doors North of PostoffIccW. ,
cheviot,'linen or mohair'Is, especiallysuited D, Miami, ,Fla.- Professor Smith, who

to the: once:. .; one o>,;ibe most complete

.',e ., < >-SPRING" MUSICAL ..CARNIVAL. biographies; of Franklin; E. Tout ,gs Pies
The wail "is"again, to be been ,received with-great ,
worn; and the shops are'' showing Waco, "Tex- April 20- The* Sprin throughout the civilized -
number ot beautiful ones for all sort S Musical Carnival under ,the-'auplce. ered the oration In which l'yer

of wear; hand embroidered Un *. of the Mendelsohn Choral Club of tbl s glowing tribute to the & Robinson
lace Insertions and. ribbons, Victoria j city 'will open this evening .with a character, 'Benjamin ,
lawns India, 1111.011" Persian ..lawn,: grin.I concert with choral number the conclusion of the ; "
i batistes and organdie, which all maybe a.d? soloist inJ a full orchestra Trocadoreo Professes ; ct elect ,cians
made very plain or elaborate' by, Many visitors from neighboring dIn t by French troops and : ;' g;;
the lack or addition' o* trimming lea hare come sere to attend the concert rine*,?:drove! to the site of i

laundering:these waists do not put evening'' Tie1 carnival soil 1 ment lin a carriage. While ; Ave., D Miami Florida

them through a heavy.tareh which en.j : morrow night, ., rises iron going on at the, ,: '"

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Report of the Condition of :fj ( j/ES
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of Florida.
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at 1M cIoee-IApril.i,19a J;!

Loaat aad_diacoaati ... ... _-__m..no..u i- Fishing Today Broke Her Arm. Millinery Department
sn.ts '
Overdraft,wand and aaaecaredD. with' I
demons met
Mill Fanny
.B. Boada to wan clrcaUtioa... _. s .COO 10 The military yacht Jupiter Captain of the latest Spring style, hats
> tros1..0.I U.S.Boada. 3 000.0* Enoch Rocs, went up to the fishing painful accident lastxnteht to. Designers
Beadeecarilje*, etc.. 3T.TS5.TOxt.om.ot of which one of the bones in her right in silk dark \
Baaklar linaaa.araitara sad aat.nsD. I rounds this morning with a party materials.ight
.from Natioaalilaalr.(not reeerr acau_ :ZL35&30D. visitors. arm was broken Jut above the wrlstand I weight
". tin..Scate......a" Baak.r.--_ ,Ik04.llu ., W. the other dislocated. With several 1 x
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'. Dae f. .ppI'0984..ne' apa-___._____ z.m.n other people. Miss demons I '
vo Nona' .c of aad other other Katioaal cask Item BaakiFTactloaal ..i. _____. m.M3X, .; /r Ml.r want U IM ysur prapsftyIndulging was Indulging young In the sport of Ladies Tailoring Department

... paper carreacy- I.)i.Ir.-------;alcklea aad ceata- :3,000.00 eo ;1; Tripe roller skating on upper Avenue B, :

.1 JIeoIeaPtioat..dwiIIlU.s.Tnaa-a..aperceat.t. .... .. :..... :.. Auto when the skates went from under her '
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iT> 11- and Mrs. waists tailor and coat*
Smith. Mrs. Dr. Morgan tide breaking her arm as above stat gown
LIABILITIES'. George H. Myers, went np to Palm ed. Dr. Sum was called and the I'\ '
<< _, .ooo.oo It. Beach this morning by auto and will bone set Miss Fanny suffered a great II 232 Twelfth Street] MiamiMen's i ,
Capital Barpm.Mock!.aca..paid;..?, .... .... -- -._.. 7.00MO : ; upend the day there returning this deal during the night but Is resting I It.
GadiTidad profit Xeteaoatauadlar,law ezpeae and_tame.paid.NatioaalBaak ---- !0Aat O, OD.IIO 30 'f': afternoon They expect to make the more comfortably thl* morning.
Dar to State Eaak. aad 1Iaa1rn'a4,144.Z1 way! each way In three hours. .
ladlTidaal deposits aabject to caeck353.M' 05 ROMIER means .af* limnniiMsMartin's 1
Deaaad Ceruacate*of deposit.25,471.11. : want done, sidewalks
Anything yon
Cenifted cMc1ra---- -- ,0.14.3 --
oatataadlaf.Toul $301,NSAS .. gardening roads
Cashier, chack _' ... ._.. SS07.S91.44 sewerage built, land landscape cleaned See Fred Rutter, Shooting Gallery has a nice [
prize this week for the highest scorea
But of Florida.Coaatjr of Dad*, : Miami [
10 0 mandolin. Hhere 1* your chance.
I.Edward C.Ro.fk. Cahier of the above aaawd baak.da Saving Opportunity
aotaaaly nrcar that the abore*tateBieit la tr.a to the bet i' boys, to have more music at home._
".'. of mj__led,.aid belief. Miami Wen Ball Game .
EDWARD C. ROMFH. Cashier The came of baseball played yesterday
.i' .. afternoon between the Miami No Cases for Trial :
.'. AN,EDWIN A.WADDELL,, for the second time since the new :
Correct SHAN AH of Cubans and
igsA, team and a picked nine Suits at 34th their Real Value
t W.H. others, resulted In an euy victory for regime took charge of city affairs several
V B.berlbed ... iworm to befor. me tai.' 10th day-of the Miami aggregation by the score of months ago there was not a case I n 't ';
April I'". Frederick H.Bud Jr..Notary"."Ilc.r 18 to 2. Quite a crowd attended and for trial In the Municipal Court this
r morning and Judge Sanders, Marshal i
comaiaakM expire Sept. 1WT. *
JlT d witnessed, the,game \
Hardee and Clerk Kellnm held a social 4

or rurnltlnre at session over what had been and You safely figure
Store your pianos .may !) on saving
storage what .Is to be In their different department. rat -
the Miami Furniture Company's .
; 317 'and -.31t Twelfth street .. Marshal Hardee reports .I least one-Fourth 'on the fol.
1 ih that there was not a disorder or even : :1
Mr. W. E. Mills has the sympathyof a drunk In the city In the past twent)'. this
R i his friends in his IU.peIlCoYer four boars and that the city as a lowing specials for week: r
brothers who whole was never more orderly than at t "
thefate, of hla.two reside -
I at San Francisco. He has been present
1'RO' unable to reach them by wire and has i Light Cassimere suit, doable Finest Blue Serge Suits, sa
had no word from them which leaves Miami Transfer Company offers fM breasted mo- C7 AA tin lined, long /1n
.. I 3 him anxious, and fearful of.their sale 60 road saddle coach heavy draft del at.... .....,..../. sacks atGrey .........$13
c safety.. and farm horses. Harness, carriages :
,. ,, new and second handed at bargains. Light Cassimere suitssin
: 0- Before shipping horses for the summer gle breasted mo- C7 AAdelat. FlanneiSnt.I. { 00 .
BROMICR mans Mf I..A_ $9
h 1fliaedat....... .
:: we will offer for sits as fins a ".,....;..>.J/UU
line of horses as ever earns to.t eState
t ; Complaint About Ferry of Florida at reasonable;prices. BLUE SERGE Suits, single Unhned Worsted
There Is considerable complaint at .-, Apply at stable or writs to J. M.Hanley. breasted models, 00 suits si t' .' $5.00_ <''
climb bill just is' j the Irregularity of the launch plying .. General Manager Miami. FlaROSSIR at..,....;. ..... ...$6. !'!' :
cUries :
more t
:: as many passengers; goes between Miami and the beach resort .. .
f .. fast; tike less gasoline and tire; ,i* safer and more and easily coati ;' on the opposite side of the bay. It I 8 ....u.-; REAL ESTATE- -'Black Clay Worsted'Suits i ins B. lack T ,bet Suits CI flA ..;
controlled as luxurious' and comfortable conaenaus that this I O.uU
; of $
; just Is the opinion 1- styles _satin fined at.... ,
less for repair than many car that sell for double or treble trip could be made both,popular and ...... ........._,$9.00. 'i
its price. ::: :( Send for y the REO,book that tell-wby j jif. profitable If a suitable boat and regular '- FIRST CLASsTable Linen Coats and Vests to
r P schedule were In'operation.:. Blue.Flannel Suits CIA AA 'cloae'ihem: out 'j
in all styles at..S'lv;VV at:.. :' $1.50
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,Wanted'-11,000 for lye-year. on Board and Room '

Miami Automobile Co. Improved city property.'Dos 71. city.1.' .- .

13th Street near Postoffice ; All the dry goods, clothing and MiamiClothing i Co
: $30''per Month
Jewelry stores will on May 1, begin :

... .. ... closing at 6 o'clock p. m., dally ex I
-- -J cept Saturdays, until the first of No
'\1 vember. Miami Merchant Ass'n. 1.306 D Miami, ,Florida
MRS.: .E. (. BECK: ,

.. Sloop The Adeline large auxiliary Sold sloop' .yacht, it' '- I j jELD
Great Reduction Adeline Captain Layton which WM 12th S eetFaclrig, Royal Palm
one of the Royal Palm dock pleasure UP. FOR AN '
..- fleet the past two seasons has been & t' ""
0-----? bought by Free Brothers,' man con|< EXPERT.PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTANY I EXAMPLE

and Sboesi tractors between Miami and Planter BUSINESS almost .
.. In Gents :Summer, Clothing one the lower j coast- 'The Adeline It carriageor wages Ever
the of the BEST REFERENCESFRED. submitted to our attention wttl show
now hauled out:on ;:way .
,and .Ladles, 'Stiffs>GOING :AT COST I"" : Miami Boat.Works having a new en -. E. RANKirt our ,skill- In palrI.... No mattsr
,. t tine Installed and otherwise preparedto BOX 672. ""JACKIONVILLE,. FLA. how much out of.eder your vehicle
,' '. be put on the run as a mall boat May J
-I"' may ho.aba to put It

f. 'f J City Loan Office Opp, P, The. Miami- Skating I .;. Rink. Is now under Burkhart .Into commlsslea. moos --. Coot
,,: new management and will give : trttning|In:comparison... to saving In :+

new' attractions every week. miles a* \ new, purchase _a
'", ,, moving pictures, etc.' LOCK AND GUNSMITH ,:r .

-,. ..; \ I ;J. A. DANN '1
'", Crushed rock for sale., Apply corner ; Expert' .Repairing .;
: I Avenue C between 12th and 13th St.
Avenue B and 7th street
,! : ..... i
tw. -- I 423 Eleventh Street Fl* .-...,
'1fi ,
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; .. ., 'f.as [Butter ,at. 28c Per Pound Miami Transfer ':

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,;!, /,_ : : '-.,'5. ;m .

4. ,.I liR 1110' Der' cent off .CompJny .1;

22912th street Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110

-H, Garage and Stable 11th street: nearj Aye. E, Phone No. 100
1 ii .:

( .I .on cash' purchases:amounting to over$ I Horses, Carriages andAutomothles' .j

1. -
: -
-..- Phone your order, and pay upon delivery I. .
for hire bv the hour day.week or'nth.. Automobile store. I
2.50, .. $2.50 itno';, convenient. to call at our store age repair and supplies. Agent for 1 the famous FORD automobiles.
1. Y Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
for moving heavy freight. 'Omnibus meet every train. Bag
l TONIGHT gage transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention.

and and- : .. _
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$3.0.0. $3.00 Magnolia :Grocery Company i iI 1 I f FOIL FIRST Horse-Shoeing

.r- : Telephone 84.: Coiner, ..: tenite D and 4th Street. CLASS----

".. 1 -: .' I; ; L. F. LaFontisee ''I| 708 7th St
Beside this ;piteatGib.ontfe! we have:a:exit Is of soft l

:' 'black kid and gnm,metal,' in variety of'shapes and design*.'( 'W. J. B'rownS'anitary ,

They are here in all shapes and leather at $2.O and$3.00' :' !

F, .. _! Dade Co. Title [InSUrance )

r '. : Ii and Trust ,Company 1 fl


':' ., I' I Paid Up Capital 75000. ,Surpfas. $12,000 -{

f Plumber Insure land titles, prepare abstract*of titles,loans and .1
invests money on its own account apd for others.Acts as| :
agent attorney-in-fact, trustee aasipnee, executor, receiver ..;
I or guardian. Address aH communications tof

", to 0; I'J' ;1019. Ave. D, >Miami.' l S. L. Pflttrson, Sec and Treas.Miami R : florida ,


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,A.ii DAILy..iTROPOLIL' FRIDAY APRIL 20, 1101 ; .

A VERY MUCHLY CITY ORDINANCE.- him notify during et once said the Inspection oqer. agent'and or shall occupanjt QUESTIONS ANSWERED necessity for protection' 'from cold,aad :,'

I An ordinance creating a sanitary department of any such premises found to I then' Is thus a saVlng of about SIMan !

for the city of Miami providing be untanltary and unless said premises acre which is tie cost of tfH'ia' 4_

MARRIED MAN for the appointment of officers within',:five dart after said notice shall further north" Then are' tea to twelve ,

prescribed herein, their duties and be placed la good,sanitary conditionby jformatioti of Interest! to the Settler thousand, plants,try] the acre sad tie -
powers, providing for the removal of owner agent or occupant; Prospective
fruit In the
brings ,neighborhood ot
then Insnch event he'shall cause suchowneriragent
the regulation of
filth and garbage, '
sanitary matters within this city ann ; or occupant to be arrested Concerning Miami and t Southern from 50 cents a dosea for Red Spanishto

prescribing penalties for the provision anj''' brought before tie municipal 25 cents a plec* for 'Porto Rice* :

WILL BE PLACED ON,.TRlAt IN of the same: Judge;of the city of Miami, to'be tried Portion of Dade County.le The percentage of!plants' fruiting depends
according to the ordinances of the
ENGLAND FOR BIGAMY-WAS Be It ordained by the City Council-,.,' city oj Miami.Secf I j upon the care": and, Judgment exercised
of the City of' Miami: In their culture
growershaving i
';: A HYPOCRIT NJF THE FIRST J6. It shall be the duty of the
the committee of "
Section 1. That
: succeeded In securing fruit
I chief fjif sanitation to see that aUklthchen
CLASS. sanitation of the city of Miami shall slops .wUI So many inquiries are directed to lenses of c viUzaUon. as electric lishta. from 90
.1- 1 garbage. and night I per cent o the plants la their
: after the passage of this act constitute: soil Ire).the city 0: Miami Is removedas the,Metropolis by prospective settlers water worp, sewerage, telephone'ays- pineries., I
of Miami
a board of health for city
fr quenUyu necessary..with due or home seekers concerning: conditions: tem,free i lall dellrery.three newspapers
-. with such duties and powers as maybe consideration lands may be purchased from $5 or I
of and
: good sanitation
existing Inthis part of the country two national banks oat State
conferred them said
: by ordinance
upon nnle,* the premises upon which such f 10 aa acre up, depending oa proximity :
\.: Salisbury April, 20. ThV criminal of the said dty. ; and the burden of correspondence entailed beak eta ,It' has miles'of<< htaaorur
kitchen': : stops, garbage, swill or night .to roads and shipping point Good
< .blpmr' use against Albeit 'Henry See. 2.. That the city pnyslclan of' son ir found, shan be cleaned By.the thereby has become so beaYJ.that' streets ot aaUvt',walto nose It Is lands 'rock road
oa wlthm I of
._ 'Capper a man of many aliases, which the city of Miami shall be the health owner;} agent or occnpanjt. such we hare attempted In the folww- practically tat terminus of the Florida muss
;. officer of said city and shall be a prtc- premises within three days' notice Miami may be had r: Pt, an acre sad
before'tt.e InC article to>summarize such ,information Cast Cossl Railway;for though u ex- .
win for trial
soon come
.... up tiring physician residing in the Incorporate madeby the chief of sanitation, then : sometimes less shah that sum for land
WHts Assizes, la' attracting, considerable limits of the city of Miami and as is most Important, and toanswer isloa of the road has recut17 been
Ji;, It shall be'the duty of.the chief ot not Immediately osj a road. Tat same
Jii-' attention" throughout England. shall perform such duties as shall be sanitation$ to cause such owner.agent the'questions most frequently bull penetrating the farming ,lands quality of land farther fromtransportation '

Capper la charged with ,triple bFgamy. prescribed by/ the ,ordinance of said or occupant to be arrested and brought asked. It is hoped by this means thata forty-avt tent south,'.this Is merely facilities away :

... b' 1894, It was slated during dty. before the municipal Judge, to be tried sample copy: of the paper of which a feeder to tat commerce of this dty. can ot count, j'

the preliminary hearing, he married Sec. S. The 'health officer of the according: to the ordinances of ,said hundreds are sent out, will, in most Hen art located the steamship docks be purchased for ..... Tat land It t*. s
Mary Ellen Cook a single woman in city of Miami shall at the end of each city to the end that the owner agent promising In appearance to those asa
Cheltenham with an Illegitimate month make a report to the Board of or occupant of the premises shall keep I cases serve the purpose Intended better ot tie P. j*,O." Steamship Company customed 'to' the keep, rich soils car "

!i' child. After the marriage Capper Health of the city of Miami -as to the lime clean at their own expense than a personal letter. Specific In- whose lines art operated to Key West other States, being rocky and seedy .

blackmailed the alleged father of: the general health of the same. He of ails| garbage decayed meats and formation may be obtained by writing to Havani aad to'Nassau Immense :caa' be

; the child out of a handsome sum of shall also Usne at the end'of 'each frnltKf vegetables, potatoes, rubbish to any of the real estate or-other firms wharves <+ite. are being projected to yet results obtained from It
money and >disappearedleaving his month a duplicate bulletin of vital and ;' ops., swill night IOU and all far In 'ecea ot tie returns reaUstd
In this keep with the Increased
whose advertisements' pact vastly
{ wife and her.child destitute. statistics 'one of which shall be filed unhealthy and unsanitary matters of appear ) from the more fertfl sections ot tht .
Four rears later ,Capper marriea with the Board of Health of the city. any nature whatsoever. paper and the best way to become familiar maritime Business that mat follow oa country. 'Fertiliser must be used, but

,Lillian Mary Watts a handsome woman of Miami;" 'and'the other with, the Se4 n. Tnat it shall be the dutyof with local conditions, progress, the deepefilog of the harbor,work:on the returns more $than tht '

t1'1' in Weeldstone" Middlesex; whom State Board of Health' of the State of th
.:;' he deserted after eight months Florida. 'J' the city council at the first meeting while contemplating: removing to this appropriation of<< $300X100 has beta secured penditure !involved t
;Since then she discovered that st the Sec.'.. The Board'of Health of the In each month the condition: of his fro. : : ,People: _of energy 'and Industry art
I':: same time Capper had been courting city of Miami shall from time to time department and any changes that maybe section ,Sa through reading the Dally .the'goverenxnt for harbor heartily welcomed: ; and the country'sdevelopment ,

... another woman in Southgate'to whom, make such suggestions to City Council needed therein and he shan also or the Weekly Metropolis, the formerof improvements, 114'tb' Florida .
t. he had promised to marry. as In their opinion shall promote furnish said city council: with esti which will be sent to any address East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to being- practically Just begun
: In 1904 married Alice Louisa the general healthfulness of said city then Is room]! for a4 to reap the

-i' matea'of expenses of the departmentof at the rate pf 15.00 a year $L2S for expend a ptt amount;Thus fMOJMM .
};. Noble a girl of nineteen at Holy and relative to all. matter of, .sanitation. sanitation may be required. He Is for benefits. which must ensue as tat rtsut -
three months; the' Weekly a large now being used this purpose and
i "Trinity Church Strondgreen. To shall,ralso at the end of every month of such Oeretopmeat Capital finds
'- ;her. u to his other victims Capper See. 5 Any physician or person receiving deposit with the city treasurer an 8-page paper-being mailed for $1.M_ It Is a certainty that further appropriations hen most while, <

& 'Professed himself to be a man of deep Information u to the existence fund _jn.t moneys collected: by him.' a win be secured until the. proCtabj* Investment"
!f.:,'. ;religious feeling He was a regular of, any Infectious' or contagions See"'," 18. The committee: of' sanitation year.THHOTT OF MIAMI harbor to J;a "condition commensurats I labor Is to demand)an4 weD pelt People -
attendant at the 'Mission church. diseases la the city shall Immediately of moderate means who com horsand
,&f the dty council: .by and with r with from a Bummer
Shortly after, the marriage he stole report same to said health omc r. content Sprang oat of oi wilderness atae Ip1portuce: b1l7'A,small tract ot land'makt a
the t of, the eltr.councll: myadopt -<
the purse which his wife kept under who shall have full power in conjunction "' rears ago the railroad having reached clay; geographical; and 'strategical home set but '.
iuch other rules and regulation modest fruit trees and'while
I': .her pillow and deserted her. with the Board of Health of said itIJnay'be deemed the .his point April 15. MM. Prior to this tandpolntn Importance recognized
city to take such action or make such as proper'to waiting for \jthest to come into I
In 1905 Salisbury
Capper came to city of Miami for the'general health :Jin* ODe store, whose trade was prin- by public |pin'at the national capital, ,
V and at once took an active part In the orders as they may deem necessaryto best and by an who win study the locationof bearing engage la trucking art, always ,
and sanitary Interest to the city the'Indians few '
with and a. ,
dpally ,
'Men's Own' Brotherhood a religious prevent the spread of said disease. without exception, successful.
of Mimi not inconsistent with the ,
this and Its relation to Insular .
Such action not being Inconsistentwith out port
-connected with the Wtesle- scattered families eking prtear-:
IiInltltutJOD : "
And this less effort thaa
ordinances :
of the said city or of the sncces
rID church. He became a member of the rules and regulations of the IOU livelihood by wrecking end the and South American commerce: to
: of Health of. the Stab rules?;,and regulations of State I In other parts of I lib* country want
State Board of
say the
the church and in August of last year ; nothing vast trade that
manufacture of cosmic
Board .of Health of.the State of FlorIda starch wen&e the cords .
ywas wedded-to a much respected wl of Florida. must'spriig.Into existence ugoa' the climatic render out-door
., g? evidence of dvllliatloB.! Oa .
dow of the congregation: Mrs. Rod Sec. 1. That for every person who 8ecil9. only tio4c work possible every day ta the year, .;:
'The owner."agent or occupant compl: the Panama canaL
dies a death certificate shall be given July 31,1Ud'Miami wan Incorporatedis
;.well. Is December he deserted her with" the health lieaefts'of such
He to the undertaker by the physician attending JC any lot or premises In the 'citT A glance at th* map will show the aa
warrant being Issued was perhaps the only
and a a ;furnishing ( thrown
i life :
street ta.
city of Miami, abutting any or At the tame
:."arrested last week at Carmarthen. and where no physician is In most casual observer the possibilities
t-, avenue where there is a public sewer, instance-on, record In which ,a toll I "
attendanceby the city health officer tutus! time., people who are enjoying health
the holds for the'Magic .
shall connect the drainage of said tot fledged city cam Into existence with- .
the sasses
't. .' t or coroner: stating name, and moderate la their present
!! ,,' color: ace' cause and time"of..death, or prftnlses with such sewerjmd shall Mt first having beta a towa. Tart AND CHURCHES stay, '
au fes had better when
r : fill npand destroy any cesspool privy Miami has one of the best public they art.
etc. of the deceased i aundred registered raters are required .
t shall be or pry vault or other arrangement oa schools In! the There should bit w Icht7'reuou to la-:
Sec. 7. All birth reported State embracing both
of the co'entitle community: to be called
Gossip Day monthly:'by- the attending,phystdai, said remises for the reception' 01 any number the common and high'school courses. finance anyone to make a move of such
s than
less that' consti.utlng
drainage of fecal matter. city. -
or,where no physician Is In attendanceby I Importance People who have male
This are
t: the the midwife or head of the Se .:';20. Upon the service of.any : a ton At a'l meeting held for buildings large- anJwJl.ven .
failures elsewhert
not llkey.to'.e,
thereof tilated;anh caps jtrt
tamfly. ,. ; orderjor direction or'copy: the of Incorporation three I there is a competent .
purpose ,
f.- Mrs. Minto. Hasler. Is a manicurist See. S. ,Every/nndertakerblrlngto mad .?;by the city council: upon the and : one-half months, after' the first ot teacher: A Catholic convent MO very,successful ..... InttUlgtact red

Jt of Flttsbnrg. and when the silverthreads charge a dead body for burial or owner f agent or occupant such lot I cad to .cIaa. In ttte'State-Is in full industry art u' essential te good forten.
i began to show among her golden transportation shall before making or premises so to do, the said owner luaIa'reaebei'KlaDI: ( 244 .votes were hire as la any other part ot th

.'- tresses cake hired Mrs. Emma I such,burial, or .transportation, be In agent/or occupant .haD ,wlthID thirty win ,n' vtaswaeaal growth of this :operation.sexes. .:i giving' ,Instructions'to: both globe I

Young; 'a" "professional. 'dye. her I I possession of the necessary certificate days,'el'such notice,'fin up'or destroy lull, period ,has: :been L: sustained ..Thtre are. also private schools.a J

>hair Then her hair came'out and of,death and upon the blank In connection any such ceatpOOlIr1YJ.'privy vault throughout the eight years of the city's musical xmservatory, and art school :If It,Is desired. to>> engage In "generalfarming

f:she looked like John IX Rockefeller thereof ,.furnish a: certificate; or other arrangement for> the reception so that e err educational need 'maybe la the raiiing of.wheat' core
;, $ :.kIrtL'c: 'Now,ah* has entered.suit I burial ; Of drainage or fecal matter,' on history., '
\', against.)In.,,Young for:$5,000.. damages of''8e .-*.'No or traD.portaUOD.u person-persons or corporation said .premises and connect such closets 'POPULATION;aTTO. : supplied. Ther'are' about thirty. or,oats, peaches.) apples! grapes or 1

t' alleging she had been ridiculed asd drainage from such premises flouriahlnj ,schools In the .Bounty.Every other products ot |h e temperate sons,
shall.create, maintain. or contribute Miami has at present a resident '
'.. and""lost, her.business;:" "j6=* -. >, ,to ,,a.nuisance;,;or, ,condition: with Ifie said public sewer. ',.""*, I. r illgloos denomlnatics Is rep- one must cast his tot some hundreds of'
;: + -t'.i.'. '. of between 6,000 and 7000. lathe
r<* which In Jthe opinion of the said,health Se-1L.| AH'closets, privies.- I resented i and the '.following ,havehandsome miles to the aat,3and!! accept the cold
:Edward Kelley an oil ..eU'.hooter.. officer Is prejudicial to the public vaults>, cesspools and other. arrangements :winter months ,this population la church'buildings that Is 'JI&rt'of 'egacy of lands
? : Presbyterian tJae
t who was married a few days ago ,t- health of Jhe city of.Miami f J for the reception bf drainage or augmented.by the addition of thousands '
; ,4 Marietta O-- to Miss Nellie Severance See. 10.Any person,who violates the fecaJ, featter; kept or maintained', on of visitors, mostly of the.wealthiest I Episcopalian. .Catn:4Ie. If." E where these thlMs'ean be grown.

'1' hen Just returned from a ,:wedding I proceeding sections or. any rule of tie such|[premises! aftertime; specified In classes" who' to enjoy'the Church, hl. E. Church, South;, sad Neither Is this a stock I' raising. country...
; ;Journey, which :they took on. a nltrofr Board of Health made under authority such &toUce. hereby ,decreed a nulsanceAnd come Baptist ,1'!r There is a "no fence law which Is a

;'i; glycerine :wagon loaded with thirtyHnve 1 hereafter.npon conviction thereof..haU may be abated and'destroyed Ideal cl1mate'and-' the finest fishing inike great boon to' the! settler: of limited'means
'1 quarts of the explosive. Kelley : be fined not less than one dollar nor bythe;; chief of sanitation. \. .'' world.. ,To accommodate these I ,
h, jtad to leave right after the wedding more than $100.or be Imprisoned not 8ee"j:\%2. In case any owner agent visitors. there are numerous hotels I'1 The pri adpat, Industry a mIa section ,_and .thenj la very little livestock

'iiToror i. Syracuse. O. to shoot. a wen. His to exceed 20.days or be both fined and occupant 'of any premises than an/, boarding' houses principal Is UNI'growing of fruits sad winter In the'country Oa the other
r. bride insisted on a. .ed4tD( Journey Imprisoned at the discretion of the violate the provisions of Section 1), 20 among vegetables I : for the' Northern'markW. bUd, If It Is desired! to engage la the

w land compromised by driving with himr ''court.: ,,., .k. .___ and 2.1' of this ordinance by falling to which Is the stately Hotel Royal Palm ., Toiiatoes form the staple culture of dims,faults, pineapples tar
f fl.'ty'' miles over rough roads withi See. 1L That all matters or things abate;!nuisance 'or nuisances mentioned and the grand itew.Bale10Q. HalUwthmonuments rions tropical
: enough of the explosives on the wagon pertaining'to the sanitation of the .in said sections; or If any person la' sise.'grandeur and aoeomaodaUng but then ire large quantities of other or peml-troplcal ,

> -. to blow them to atoms, but the groom city of Miami, shan be under the supervision shall be'. guilty 'of nis'ntnlnlug faculties.' vegetable! grown, such u tomatoes the growing of, ept'Dlea'.t the season .

drove.carefully, and, they"'got back of the chief of sanitation aad any jfel Ihe! nuisances defined In;the The egg plant; p ppera.*>eans ate. The of the year when! aU other parts

f<; ,alive.' the Board'of Health of the city of Miami proceeding sections of this ordinance, population Is cosmopolitan er- planting neason extends from about ot the country: argil m the grip of wiatr. .

t S. ,,who shall form the sanitary department such'.owner: agent or occupant or person .,ery state In the Union furnishing Its th's! -section offers decided advaaU
!t, ''Thomas Bonham 01. WBkesbarre, of.said city which said department shan upon conviction: thereof It quota of representatives., An undeIrable October 11,to,January 15 and the bulk :
1 Pa., the smallest constable: In the State Is hereby created. punished by fine not to exceed $50, or foreign element Is unknown. of the augments are sent North from I ages over any over.portion of. tat

i;' being only 3 1-2 feet tall has tenderedhis See. 12. The sanitary inspector 'of by II l rllOnment.for not1 more than CLIMATB November until May, although, then I United States.CaterUtf:

i; resignation but the Judge, would the city of!'Miami. .shall, he chief of 1 thlrtyV;. ays,' or by both such fine and being practically DO difference in the
r. 'not accept it until his successor was sanitation and shall perform all duties Imprisonment In the.discretion: of the, Writing from penonal, experience |
f named. Bonham for so small a man which are now Imposed upon him or [courts: after""visiting California and other. seasons, s teds may be planted or vegetables l. Carlyl: *.

displayed remarkable courage at times which may or hereafter be prescribed I. 8ee %3. ,All owners,- or'agents'of tions\where cUmailc conditionsare: gathered any day la the year There are some Interesting anecdotesof

;and placed desperate men under.ar by the city council: ,6" i.lots. If,vacant or occupants of Iota or considered at their best, we can unhesitatingly Vegetables, are grown usually on 'the the the middle trailing!uiuetee: Britlnh ith literary lights In of d
a:, 'rest some of his prisoners being six- Sec.,IS. It shall be the duty of the premises If occupied in the city; shall prairie lands which are free from : century"
that Miami has the Brook t'kl and H Circle. On
footers., chief of sanitation to see that .the keep ,he same clean and la good sanitary say most r ODe
e .' streets yards and hilh..arof the Condition and free from all growing perfect .winter climate In the United Umber are, composed of a kind of occasion there .4s great embarrass-

f Partial 'success b. attended the forts Washington surgeons to restore other. other matter,or thing' that may be a majority of the party were anxious. to
filth; rubbish, garbage and unsanitary :he slightest frost being very, rare.The'warmth'of e grown on pine lands,
fl. ;; sight to Wilton Helnard by graft matters., It shall further be menace to the health of the city.;; which hear Tcucyscu reijilUaud..". the first
iIi'; i lag the membrane and corea of a rabbits the duty of the chief of sanitation to Sect 24. It shan be unlawful to throwor summer is tempered slightly higher than the copy or which bail Just reached him.'

f J eye to his. He can now dIatSncj see that an ordinances now In ex1atenc8 deposit, any kind of refuse mat let,] :ay the;cooling'breeaa from the Air prairies, this section very rocky but It was knows} that Cartyl could

:: j utah between daylight and darkness or- shan be passed In reference vegetable,; mineral- liquid or solid, I untie, sad the highest temperatvrecorde.1brheCOYemmenttJaermom. This tin peculiar coral formation not endure to wa1to any one reading

<: Mr. Helaard was operated on 't..o to sanitation of said city shan be fulfilled fermentable or nonfementable..animalor : deal of plant fool aloud. What be done t A plot
months 'He has undergone several carried out. fish or fowl into or upon public was laid to reading duringthe
: ago. and : any .ter daring the'summer months Is $t u evidenced< !!j, minor operations since and when :'Sec.-14.-" Thai for the proper execution square,' street unoccupied lot or Into time of walk but
the bandages were removed from his of the duties devolving upon him, the* waters; of Btscayne'' Bay or\the HEALTH and other fruit trees. are for this he always demanded aa appreciative ."

7: eyes hit could see faintly: The surgeons he chief of sanitation shall have control Miamlrverwlthlnthe limits..of:'the The. '"rub'&mODI' the first in to be'n bearing thriftily, though companloi. Mrs. Brookfield

have\declared' UKdye. satisfied with and by the consent of the city ot1llamt .f" tat United States la point of health apparently standing on a solid plate says: "CLs rs bad been arranged In a

1-, :, with the result of the operation. city'Council"of aU the ltoc .':wagon-: Secf a5 ,Owners or lessees of'aDJ there Is entire freedom from malaria of this rock. Being of a porous or quiet sitting room The visitors wen
They say that. if HeinanTs sight continues and appliances, which are now owned tot OF!'premises shall'perform all acts honeycombed taking their plac Alfred was ready.So .
to grow stronger..as It has done by:The city or may be hereafter pur- required of the occupants when said and there are no "prevailing' cUaea.TJao. ... structure the roots of was Carljle in the ball waiting w

r' lately he will be able :"within a year chased for the department of sanita lot.otf; premise. unoccupied. ''. ... ailments which are common to the trees are enabled to'penetrate It for a companion In his walk and eel

If> to, walk about-without" attendant floe,and shall have authority to hire ,See}, s. No person shall within the an parts ,of,the.country: seem to be and draw imple sustenance from what dently determined! not to stir withoutone.

Mr. Helnard .Jolt his sight more than with and by the consent and approval corporate: limits of the city of Miami here robbed, la part, of their power, u would appear to be a very unpromising .'< It was quite;!an anxious moment.
when coachman of the City Council and to discharge sell or offer for sale or expose for sale
a year ago' anegro they usually appear a mild form sourci.., Th1a'rock., by the At length Mr.Goldwin Smith generously
: [ threw lye In his face. by and with, the consent of the City or,have In his possession ,with intent way and ,
stepped the
4 Council :an emptoyeen'of bin department to"sett; meat fish, bread, yeretabl. and rarely leave the bad effects which makes a ttaatiful and durable'bu11cI- losopher. and forward then! Mr. Brookfield Joined joined phi

Harry"N. FIU.b i- chess champion and to contract by and with the poultry or other articles Intended for tollow In.the .wake of like diseases lug mater al, and the new court house them both WD<]e the rest of us remained

I of America at one time and one of the consent: of the city council: all suppliesof food iwhlch ,are diseased corrupted- lsewhere" Scarlet fever aad. diphtheria sad Jail, as weU as several residences to listen with enthralled attention .1 i
$ sensational players of the game said department provided the contract : tainted or unwholesome., ; '
most dry
are' unknown, waft typhoid la the built of this stoat, are to the new words of the poet"CBS
this country has ever known Is at Bat- In the aggregate does not exceed Sett'27.That any person or pernooatiolating -
t 'section of this fever Is rarely heard of. ,It Is a desirable much admired by all mst.orIt also I
:tie Creek. Mlclu. In a critical condition. the amount appropriated. the, 'any" I :'"
His mind Is a wreck and physically lartment of sanitation. ordinance, the penalty for which has place 'for those suffering from makes thu finest road material la' the zn: ..: .!C.. ca.w.

;. his system Is .lA' A very weak,condition. See. lie It shan be the duty oft.* not herein before been spedflcaJy pro ....' troubles asthma,1 >catarrh and world, aail Dole county leads aU other Of coup.. .. had ,a chaisetapeCod's

; He Is a charity patient, all his chief of sanitation of the city of Miami vided1 for., shan upon, conviction: be gmI1ar.dlsasa', which art prevalent la the! State In mileage and condition ship of abort-called a oa*hone
d own money having been .clsslpated In to give his entire personal time punUned! by fine not to exceed ISO or chaise to distinguish It from tft> tw*' # x
!taeolder of her
treatment for his ptseue.ti and attention to the duties of his of by Imprisonment not exceeding thirty : Many persons affected j highways" bone chalet''which never straggled

.! flee;. to can for an'property of th: daySf'or: by both such fine and Imprisonment with these ills have come here n.. traits cultivated are chiefly through Cape Cod sand. Everybody

Louis'Talker, of Nanticoke. Pawho city coming: Into his hands and make In the discretion of die coon. sad have been cored or' greatly ...... grapefruit, oranges and. pineapples big enough to be Anything above nothing

lost his leg in: a railroad wreck near t, fun and complete: quarterly account See,.28 .That all ordinances or parts Bttod. ',,Of coarse, this is .not the caseIn guru mangoes, avocado and had a'dials JHe had to. A Cape
'PotttvUle last Monday night had It thereof.for each year.. He shall keep of ordinances Inconsistent: witS ;the pun Codder without s. chaise was not a
I. :returned to him on Wednesday somewhat a true and correct record of the time provisions hereof be and the same are every,Instanct. Plop ':die here, as limes are largely produced but being Cap Codder. and! nobody but a Cap

dented and scratched, but otherwise 'of aU employees In his department and hereby,,repaled., they do everywhere else No country Indigenous to the country: they thrive Codder. by birth!, or marriage; long

sound., It.was a wooden leg .han, on. or, before:,the first day o' 8eej.' %t. That'' this' r ordinanceball be Jet been discovered where people with Uttle-or no....cultivation. Citrus Bred on Cap CodL Then an some of

u He was returning'from Philadelphia, each month make a full and detailed take effect after the expiration .re Immune from,death and disease trees willj require from three to five the old ebals bolls left some even m
awhere he had been fitted with the'report of all expenditures made in hi of.thetlme: provided In Section 20, of it the'same time,' it' bo truth- after one and nooe of tbem has completely:
f. 'sew leg and had It on the seat by his department to the auditor of the,dr the charter and after publication U may yean planting,to product fruitPlneapplee perished. One !cape Cod chaise always

'aide. When the accident. occurred of Miami with all O,.. K. bills of such required by the said, charter' ;of'.the fllIl:said that the conditions tending which grow oa a plantsomewhat a Cap (Coo 4 dials, for neither'

t lie was harleJ' far away from the expenditures.- city ofMiami.'i? I* to general healthfolness are u favorable ;; resembling: the cactus, and the rifled east wind nor the forest fin

,package and was glad to escape from He, shall personally at least once Passed this 5th day of April A.'' D.. as ba'UT section of the country: which ark! propagated by- setting slips can destroy or'put It entirely out
without delay. He..each month, make or cause to be made 1tos.:; J'..H. Wharton. .
the car.
t i w sad far more so thaa In most or suckers,' bear fruit In 12'months tf commission. Th* whole or a part
if appealed the railroad company. ,,.for .a house to house Inspection of the entire aj President of City CouncIL. of each and evert ODe of them Ores
'" 4hls leg and It was found. city and shan make notes of aU Atf itM.'R..Kenum," after platting, fa,t Is Iect10ar ta its entirety oc.In part fcnnr

( 4"" See unsanitary.' premises discovered byS" '" City CItrk b j 'Miami,,possesses_an. modern,.eon q- are 11'0 In the open, then being no "Gumption," by K a Fowler, Jr. '
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: varioiis candidates Shall 'be as\fol-- ., "
BUY} OFFICIAL GOUNiY" : 10.,1, I ,

.. [ Representative ..f 25.00

!i DEMOCRATIC CALL Clerfjof TaxJicAssessor Circuit.Court.....at...... 150.00 75.00 '

AMERICAN CEREALSCUSTOMS Ii Tax-collector; .....".. 75.00 f Bank of Bay BLsidyneOFGANIZED

l CoulUr Commissioner Treasurer ........... 75.00Coii&tr 10.00

A meeting of the Dade.COURt Democratic i Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00

.. Executive Committee was hell I| Jusfe of the Peace ., 5.00.j I

: DEPARTMENT REPORTS at Miami. Fla. on the 14th Jay of I f i Co table ...? 1.00 ,
Couhty Fish and Game Warden 5.00Supervisor 1896
March 190G pursuant to
adJournment.j of .. ,
The followingcall for a prlmar i Ajl. candlates are required to file a
HOLD AN, IMPORTANT. POSITION election was adopted, t01l'ii:' i written application to have his name

THERE-MAIZE: Votlce'ls II' hereby given that there I appear upon the official ballot on the
SEEDSNew" ''wllf 'be a Democratic Primary Election i blanks furnished ''by' the,' committee, Capital $27,300.; SurPI$3.500:00.: Deposits over $ 00,000,00Y
with the
.accompanied fees above'set
.. held hf the sereral elections dls-I
'-' forth!; with Geo. P.''Bull of Oju. Fie.
trtcti 'of Dade 'eoU1 tJ; Florida, on -
Secretary inj Treasurer 0: the Coun r
l York April 20.-It appears
'from reports of the Customl Depart )laT. ,lStl.,1906, and If necessary pi Jpemocratlc Committee. on or'be- .. .. ;i
ment 'Just Issued that Loathe grain June '1!, 1906," |or the 'nomin&Ucn"ojill I for'}h '26th day of April A.'D.1106. .r i, .' ,

.markeu of. Holland'.American cereals : Democratic: candldatesSute:: : "an+i Committee lie',Democratic shall meet County on Monday J Executive.May Statement. ,at the close business' February
.hold or .Indian'corn an Important Holland'purchasel poslUolIOf County,, to";be voted for by'jnV Den, 21..;1906 at the County Court House.I :23, 1906 as to the State'ComptrollerResources
from Argentlnia, 'South'.Amerlca."*the ucfatlc electors at''tae" enerat eleo.l in l ijtlaml Florida and ;publicly can reported ,
'Danube' districts' and' the United. tfo 'iv be held November Slt06,1; vaiS; the returns and declare what .
States. ando be appointed by tha'Democrat candidates< are nominated br a major- 1

.1 Large ,exports from, ,the United ic Governor of the State between the :, ltyfote for each county office and In : .
.State are expected Juring this.year Jate pf holding, such, primary. election whit cases a second primary will : I. '

much having already been contracted and the holding i'of the' r primary' ,: hato. 'be held. ,
this country trill stand far In the election, Av D. 1908. I W. A. Filer .
lead Of maize exporting lands, ''In The following officers are to be nom:tAtLt Chairman.' .. '

consequence of'the ruling high price inated'at'said prlmal'f' election to-, : Ceo. P.' Bull, Loans and discounts . . . . ... . .$159,851.!: 3

.o: wheat in America, exports of.thus thb ,wit: i,I l' .Secretary. r Real Estate owned . . . .. .'. . 17.531.4l .
commodity base ,been limited 1 Representative la Congress, Se> .
far; holders In{the United States pre- .Congressional District. iN' INTERESTING. QUESTION, Furniture and fixtures . . . H" . 3,115.25

'1erlng,to "deliver-It to the home consumers 2 ,Justice ot.theaSupremeCourt: .j I Current expenses .': . . . ,.. . .. .. 1261.83 '
so long'as this condition exists .. 2 Railroad Commissioners. I' -
but recently the Russian political .shlqton. April 20- The War De- : :
1 Member of.the.House of :Represen 'Gash Account .
outlook has created a higher bull ofprices' tatives. '" parjUiient to receive Inquiries .
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'Amencan concerning the number of desertions
in Holland/ export
parity has been :reachedd aDd' several 'Clerk of Circuit" 'CoUrt' ,'for. unex i trout the federal army during the Clv- < U.S. Bonds . . . . ; .. .$2200.00 .

transactions in American produce, pined' term. _" I U |'ar. I '' Due from Ba ks. : . : .. 58379.50
iCountyAssessor of Taxes."i< :These inquiries come in,periodical :Jo.
in low have taken
place.mostly: .. ", l'.Tax-Colltor.- '. I batches, and, are' evidently .based on Cash In'Vault. . . :: . . 39942.29 '

In consequence of the-hIgh'price of ,- ,1 County. Treasurer.SCountyCommlsslonerL.. > I newspaper: statistics., to"this or that : ,'. ... 1'otalavallable; cash. ': ... . . .. :. .. 100, 21.79: '
Russian oats.-and of. the partial fall- \ I effect, principally alleging that a'ce' ,- :.i iLiabilities :..a '
are of the Danube crop large business :S Members of County, Board, of Pub-.I tail percentage of deserters .were of ,t i i. 282281.. '
has already been done In Ameri- Instruction. tH j or.that* nativity.. The, records i '

,can Kow 2-clipped ,white oats, principally '1"Supervisor .'of',RegUtraUon. j of i e.War Department have not been 1. I .
In trans-shipment'to, Germany. '1 Member ot the Dade County Dem- so i lePt.that the .nativity of, desert. ':
'The-extent of the American European ocratic Executive Committee for Precincts ert;is aeertalnableand any asser- Capital Stock-. I. : ',. : : . -' . 27,300.00

trade In rye' Is' unimportant. :Thehigh Not...14 and.7.respectively.. tl ll'of percentages based on that feature Surplus. . . . .. : . . ; . .3,500.pO
for all qualities of obtainable ''r Justice of the Peace'and 1, Constable i ;1I a bsolntelyi untrustworthy, hav-
prices In Amsterdam: ought rye to, allow la,such" districts'as''have vacancies. i iDB1'no positive basis. / Dividends not called f f6 r. . .. . . . ::140.00;
..transactions, American No., 2Western. .... "i''I Sobody knows the actual number of Earnings accounts.! ; . .. ...-,_,. .. : ;i; 1,433.61
The general position ought 1 Fish and Game WaraeiThe .. I deiertions In"the army"" during the Ctv Bills payable.7. .. . . . . . .. 25,000 0994J16 '
'to'facilitate imports'of American rye roles governing said .primaryelection n'ar.,; .and Oen. F.:'C.- Alnsworth, '';
I thii, : Cashier's checks-'I .. . . : :
principally because of the scarcity'of shall. be'the urns u HUM military secretary of;the Army ; . .

Russian and Danube rye. Exporters adopted by the Democratic Executive I wha' keeps we records. estimates that Bank: deposits.Certificates . : . . _'. ..; 9.854J38 .
,'ate their' meeting"&eld in th ti number of actual deserters,.at .
Inthe United States might find a I c ,: of deposit . :: :. . .. .. . 15.732jt38
24 1)08, for the close.of the was 117,247 and
really profitable market that coun I Jacksonville on February ? wa; ,
'.try -'- : governing State' Prlmarlea. 10, far as th|(| makes ttueallowance'' for those Individual deposits. .- :}: .. .. .'. . "p'. ...: 198,326:86:
The 'large sales of Russian low I the 'same. shall be applicable to.the Irtforrectly teported.. as deserters. .
grades of.backwheai: .and barley haw i County Primary:'" Those.. and only .I ,,' 4Devil's -' $282, 81,91,t

thus far,prevented.tb*.usual saleAmerican' 0: i those persons lhalt be permitted to become ,I. Island :Torturelsoio.wone .. ,
;prime .buckwheat Hol I candidates: before or vote at or oj 1 -.::,.,.. _,, >. s "The State law requires that bank' shall 20 cantof
I In the of said per
r land. There Is'a likelihood now, participate management than the terrible case o! '
;" however that these products have been primary.,electlonwho declare their adherence'to Plies that'afflicted me 10 years.:Then Its deposits In cash[ or with';, reserve banks.; TWsbank-as": ;|as'"' i .

worked off..of, a regular and profitable the principles and orga&i- I ;Was advised to apply BuctJen'l Arnica will be seen by theabove stat.ement., has over 40 per centj of
business in ria>e American..buckwheat ration of the Democratic PartrnatlozaJ..State.U4.eoutr..u Salye,'and less than a,box permanently >
Strong competition, nowever.U &J'e.bJ the cured me, writes I*. 8.'Nap- Its deposits available in cash: No bank In the state make a "

encountered In OanaJa, which i Iso laws. ot.the State lawful:'electors pipr. of Rar&1el;Kyr,Heals all wounds : better showing, or,Is In better condition tbVerve Its depositors .
ertng an Inferior quality .at $4.00 .the..election. districts In ,which they burns and sores like magic.. 25 ,cents.
less.. This.relatively'cheaper: thai ,ffer toYOte..ho have paid their poll at(:all.,drggiits.;; ,, '. 1. : .
the American exporter can afford to 'tax.I' lepU,'due'DOt I..' than : ten 'f' "'" ...- ,
In Is days before said primary electioa: nd .'; ,
sell as the Inferiority quality ; PROPOSALS FOR PAVING' t, c -- --- '
? : .. 11 .
elec :.. :
'IIOt'"erj great The American business who'shall when challenged by an "f k : _
'generally!-considered;;good' la tar pledge In -1rI11IDc upon oath.be- Office- (ComTof Public'Wt..aii !., ; .. ,. "e --. .. 1 H' J. ,

an kinds of cer'eals.'anqthe.future fore any Inspector, to abide by and ; Miami.'Fla, April 16, 1905." I '., ,
o .prospect Is encouraging ..' support the result of such. primary..and I 'Sealed bids1 will be received: by the .. .' -- j '
;,,. support, the nominees; thereof.; ,Bo rd- of .Public Works; at: the city I d. r .1' '
,FIFTY-ONE, YEARS: The'p Ill shall be opened and closedat : boUdlnj: nWIIOp. m.,, Monday: .
-- IN. GOVERNMENT, SERVICE the several election districts at the May.,7. 1906. for grading and.paving -- ,.
tours' fixed 'by. the .general.election: *tk street from the east line of Avenue i .' > -- __ :'I, 'i '
United 'Commissioner Shields law. following.named persons Df: o the'Welt'line '0: the Boulevard.
States i
are hereby appointed Inspector and Firing to be done from curb to curb Dallas
Event le Fort National
Calibrates the I !
7 clerks.for the,several, .election districts with Miami rock of fineness sufficient Bank
'ot : KJ:;;make'a.perfectly,,satisfactory Job : _
New York," April 20.- The desk accordance with grades and profilet4be'given '
Precinct No. t- Inspectors: N.H.
United State Commissioner John ,A. .
the and
by city engineer
decorated Parks; H.'E. Stypmann and BQ.BaUt .
.Shields was handsomely <
under 'direction.'< ,
with, flowers and the Commissioner BalTa Clerk: Curd Schroeder. Polling. $4 certified check for 100.00 'mostaccompany I 6774 .
store.- I
- received hundreds of telegrams and .
this.bid., The successful ... '1,1; '
letters; of congratulation In honor: of Precinct o.---lnlpectora"J'ra. : Trank bidder to give bond In the sum of $250 ... -- .
the fifty-first anniversary of his enterIng Bowen P. Kitchen and E. C.'Miller.Clerk foe the _satisfactoryperformance; "of
the government,service. Through :!James Hepburn." Po1l1D;'plate the 'contract'Evelopes to'be marked \
' out'the, afternoon many members o* school< houses "1 poaatl for i grading tand' paving I

'the'beieh and bar called on CommU- redact NolJ:: =Inspectors:. .Frank 7Pi street?. United 'St at eIeposity; :::;:: .Depository State of Florida '
loner Shields and tendered their co.- Sheen,-,Joe1A.; .. Dean .ad Dan Cos- .?Bard' reserves'the..right ?to,reject. ; .
:gratolatlona.' _. grove. Clerk: T. J. Campbell.,Pollng any' and aD'bldL'. i '

a .Itwas) on Aprili20..1855, that John\ place, old engine house.. $r' -. f0;> A-; AMcKlnnon,\ s
Archibald Shield, then a boy of.fif- 'Precinct Na: 4-Inspectors: '1e l. IlLfRjKeUum.;, Chairman:. .
teen entered the once of the"clerk Doujherty; J:. L:"' Gannett and F.- W; d. Clerk. 'J
of the United: States Circuit Court and Palmer Clerk Cullen Pence. Polling "

began work. as a:Junior clerk.:He continued place. Porters, Packing House-; __ ,1 'PROPOSALS:i ',FOR:.PAVING'Duce :Report of condition on :April ; th.19p6t.as: reported<
at hia desk until_1878, when I *
; Precinct i:Soi 5-Inspectors:,T. M.ilcRae. the l of. :
,he' was male deputy cler ..aIthougl1 T. .J.- Haygood. and 1. ,B; of Com. of Public Works. Comptrol er ,the Currenqf-Condensed ,
_ la 1SC9. b.e had been made United, ; Taylor.? Clerk: H., B. Hodges.;Pol> it "ii' MIami fla. April 16, 1906..' ,
States CommlEsioaer, the same:; year, ng.pltoe,. school house.: i li; ealed bids, will be received.by, the
that he. was aJmltted to the bar.;lnJSS8. Board 'of Public, Works' the city
Precinct No. 6 Inspectors: 'J. I. ,
.when Joseph, )I. Deuel then clerk .
building until :8:30 m Monday
p. '
D.' Callel and J..W. Pierce. .
of the court, was appointed City Magistrate Hardy Resources .
MayV",1906, for grading and paving, '
Clerk J ,M- Cmsteai. Polling place, .
: ;
Commissioner.Shields took, his 8th
street from the'east line of Avenue V
Place.. Souse's.. store.Precinct'No.. fl;'to the ,west line o:, the Boulevard. I ::

As a'master In chancery; In eqnit i), .,7='Inspectors: 'W, W. Paving to be done from curb to curb, ;Loans !and; discounts ..u co "";.-J.. u"U; .....$422 070.60
3 ,.and In admiralty Commissioner Shields Marshall Ed., T. XInI--ad I1'J' with"Miami rock of fineness sufficient : : :

has had before him and paled up. Bryan.Clerk. : R.A.. Bryant Polling }$/make a perfectly satisfactory.'Job Overdrafts_ secured.. .... .. .... ...... ".......:\. ...: 18747.78.
many' Important .cases. Involving. vast place: Stranahan's store.' i%;accordance 'with grades and profile : : : .
:sums of,moneT;" Precinct .No..;8-Inspectors: .J. ..B.Woftord. to bee &lYe" b",the city engineer;; andcinder U.' 8.. .Bonds, and premium .. ;., ..-... i\.. 71 000.00
J.'W. Ives and J. A. Harp. his direction.. __ '
NEW. RiFLES FOR.:THE: 'ARMY' Clerk J. H.'.Gllsson"' Poling' place" f fif certified check for $100.00 most Ocher stocks"and. Bonds... ......... .J. 41000.00BalikingIIouse ,,
school home' ..
accompany this bid. successful
Washington' April 20 The War Precinct "Ka ",Inspectors: Pan bidder to give bond In the The sum of $250 ; .;,.."" ;on .... ..;."!". ..:... .....:.... .... .5Q,000O:

.new Department Issue of has rifles about to the complete.troops m!'.the the ers.Matthews Clerk, :';J., Fond.A. ',Danghtry.and J. I.Polling, Pet .the tor:,.contract.the satisfactory ETelopel performance to be marked I I Due from banks and J. S. Treasurer:.. : ....iSCs?...,.'....',. j4 r:6 *7.92, '

Iq United,of the States.carbine' This a: marks long a the weaponof pus place Precinct i school No.house.iO-Inspectors_ : :T, ..,,L.. Sth f Proposals Street"for, "grading" .and; paving".. I! Cash inyault. ..!....... .. ..,.. ..........,.....,...:;:..:w>,* .... 4 ,758.83

Townley; H.:DaW::MDler"'and S'L. : Board' (; the right'to"' J
reserves reject
th".C&nJr, branch: of the .aernce.'Both : .
Patterson,, Clerk R. B. McLendon. $725,235.13
: .
and ', any and'all bids : :
Infantry cavalry are now.being .
supplied with the same model Polling place.2 Fair, building.. :-fi*' ,..- '/ a.- A. McKlnnon : ) i' ; .
Precinct No. 11-Inspectors: : ,B.A I.SM. R Kefum. : Chairman. > : <
ot rifle,,a modification-of', the model'o :' ..
: 1901. This Is about six Inchesshorter Potter; 'Andre,, Hardee' and Jackson 4 : .r Clerk., .' Liabilities
Peacock: Clerk J:, \V. Ganaway. .ti.: Q i_ -
and'about ;
than ,the Krag; two .
Polling ShoneVOU store.Precinct.No'12Inapecton : : : '
pace M ;
Inches Ioqer'than carbine now being ,. NOTIC', .
discarded by.the' cavalry.1:: Tor'the Stephens, W.J.: Dangherty:' A.I -:.T T.; ,,wt ,; _. Capital .. .;...'.".' .:..... ..,; .......... ......!.;...... ......$lOR( :?, '
the -rifles
present are being used with
' the old bayonet but later this will be DnvaL Clerk: Thos.Mitchell-Polling*" '" if Sealed "bids I for ;laJ nc" eight Inch Snrplu and_ undivided, profits ...:. : .:."...:.. ;.. ...... > ,766.67.
place;Tweedell's HaltPrecinct" I ,
'' ., terra cotta sewer on 19th street from
with the
'replaced new bayonet, recently I
: decided on.The issue to the troops '- No.' Inspectors, :Henry manhole'In ,BrickeU'Avenue to'Avenue : National Bank ,Not s... .........;... ....;;..... :... .... .. 52,000.00OOOi.OO
In Coalman. Wm. Anderson and J: Castella D. and thence tong Avenue D to' : .
''when Philippineswill that has been done.follow Ol the;' soldiers and.- Clerk'H.,A.:'"Proctor.:Polling connect with manhole at center,of ISth DEPOSITS.'.. ..?..:. .... ..... ........ .. ..... .. .... ....566.468.46

'of the a:United States'.army will place school house ., street will be received by the Board '
;be armed alike.LOUISIANA Precinct No. Inspectors: WJL, f'Public :Works at their' mealing. $72 ,235.13
Scott BlackwelJer and J. F. Sax: In city council room May 7.' 110<<.
HOMESTEAD on.-Clerk:'J..R.,Horn.,Polling place: {$Bidders ,to 'do: all necessary >workMid
Saxon's store. '. .furnish an materials.; /,.Work to .
LEAGUE,MEETS Precinct. No IS-Inspectors' : 'J,[. A.Marshall be done under:the supervision of the I ,
S. 'M. Alsabrook, "and A.C. city ; eng1neer." Plans, profiles and The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all 'customers old nd
> ,' : new
:; rrost Clerk: R. C.' Stanley. Pott. specifications can every
anneal be seen In the office '
t' tug place school house. Of the ,clerk of the board.' favor: consistent: with sound banking ideas and every accomod|tion in keeping

'Homestead ,League opened here today The voting shall be by ballot .ontickets' # Certifiedcheck for the amount of with'their, : balances. and financial standing.
under1 the'most favorable conditions: furnished by .the, State and tl00 ,must aceompanT' each biLl '
I The attendance la very urge'and ev County Executive Committees and at I"Satisfactory'' bond in tae sun of .I .
ery'part ot the State Is represented. the close of such elections the Inspectors 1500 to be given by successful bidder
1 The convention will last two days and ::and clerk shaH'proceed to canvass for completion of work In perfect man
',rills dose tomorrow venlBg. 'An the vote la accordance.wlQs the ner. Board reserves the right to re

elaborate aad'II1 !T'Intel'eltlJlr program State law; and shaH at once forward ject any, and. all'bids.Ge. ", Wm.:. M. 'Drown President 6eo. R.: GofBph. Cashier
has been' prepared and many the returns to the Cb1nuA'of the | .': L2CKnaoa,. ,: .
prominent speakers' will- a4dreaa'the County Executive Committee,t. i Chairman; Board .or Public'Works ,

.meeting The, assessments ,to- be paid by the [ M..;R.Kellnm. Clerk:',

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