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

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I FUND G To the Voters of Dade: -r Ito-support Ranlerson J{for treasurerand .

GRD1TH Mr. Metcalfi i letter in the public Gamier for collector, la return for

press denInggard my statement with re-M t II I the support, of their ends for DUll,
C City;Is Now. Under Martial Law And food Is Being to an Int. ervlew with him .itek 'Met' ) _

II appeared In every paper In the'cona-l "The affiant 1. ears that Met
The Unfortunate ty this week hixs Just been brought to I I''calf endeavored to ke him retire
i| ;:; Supplied PeoptrI FOR my attention i I I have many friends from the race tor treasurer on the '.
!'J' BfllGlED PEOPLE IN THE PAST FEW YEARS who I believe will take my nnsup-.i 1 gronnj that owing to tails combination

: 'I ported word In preference to that of i; he had no chance of being elected and
I Taft presented the need o! an additional I Mr. Metcalf. bit It is a duty I owe to \I as an Inducement to him to come down :;.
appropriation for the San Fran my reputation and to the unknown I offered him the treasurershlp two
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': WATERS DEQUATfi 'cl s eo sufferer to the House appropriation relnds who are supporting me. to years hence becaaae M'. Raulereon did
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committee today.. He suggested In Far Away California-Largely Prope ty Bought for Hundreds Is streng'a: n what I AlVa said by my not want It after tl1l. term and IJa
i tnat $1,500,000 more be appropriat ':f11 oath. I there'ore: append hereto an affidavit the meantime propose! that the anent -

% 1 ed. The committee readily assented Attended Mass Netting Last Now Worth Thousands of verifyidg all main statementsof come out for member of the coon'
I I.n.; the appropriation will be made to- my article. |lit Mr. Metcalf cares to b School Board to .hI4b. omce Metcalf

day' Nigfif- Those Appointed Dollars raise the temperature of his world promised he .oulJ elected bT t'sweeping
P And General Conditions Improv-j I I t c'.., --A Few Items to come by doing likewise I ha..etome majority: J

I 1\i HOUSE PASSED RESOLUTION As The Soliciting This more Affidavits to print that Am.nt further art that the

ed-Sanitary Rule Promul-\t FOR ONE, MILLION i.g j Proving will make evjn (the present world a lint part of the conversation was held
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r' I, Washington. April 21The House i! H Committee. Fact True. warm one for him. In his private omce. with the door,

gated-Fire.is Under .Co trol'f. -,f has Just passed 'a resolution appro-1 it} ., "State of Flo Ida, County of Dade: slightly ajar and that Jome ot the con rversatlon
printing one million dollars additional.J "On this day personally appeared was heard tbT oDe ,of his
Several Million.Dollars Raised I for the California sufferers 'The resI ; k fx' -- before me. Gep, G. Cnrrle to me well assistants aDd that that part otlke conver..tlon -:

I olutlon will not be acted upon by the : known, who bf Ing duly sworn testifies In which atltant declined to'
For Relief-Congress. Makes until Monday. ,( In respOare to tile call Issued to thmembers e This article is intended to show the under oath.to the truth of every word come down' was pobn Ita the gee'
'of the Board of Trade diet' eral omce of arrant )u Metcalf
j' i| rapid increase In the value of Invest of his letter tddressed to the voters was
i1. Appropriation of $1,000,000. RUSSELL SAGE GAVE chants Association and the citizens of Dale count;r. recounting conversation tearing and It was heard by both ae ,
,.. FIVE THOUSAND at large. 'there was quite a large gathering meats in real estate in the business with Gujj I. Metcalf. held In his sistants sad II'pro kible by :refer

l-L.New! York. April 21- Russell Sag! at i lhe Fair building last night section of Miami While many ol (Comas, offlpe I on Fridar .':"rnooll. cute to either. of the 1.0, persoaewho
today gave $3,000 for the California to devise';mean: for extending financial the Illustrations quoted seem sacred. April 13; 1t&6 heard It In addition rD' arrant _

relief fund. aid td( the people of stricken California ible, they are typical of every day "The amen further swears that ic "Gen G. arrie. (Seal)
Governor Breward hat'.wired, from and! after the meeting had been transactions. the said con nation Metcalf assured "Sworn to sad I acrlbed before
Tallahassee to Governor George C-Par- org.nlzed..1th Dr. W. W., Farls chairman him that ther. was a combination between me thin Oth day of pril A. D. U06..
FIRE ON WATER FRONT
:, des, of California. .. follows: I NOW UNDER CONTROL andMayor Sewell. secretary it As a community Increases In size himseljt and MeisraRaulerson I -(Seal) V.,,1..,Bee4.
was decided that a committee of eleven and population, the value of its real and Gentler by which tile
:r "In the nary of the people of .FlorIda San Francisco April 21- The fire I person* be appointed to solicit subscriptlon estate grows. even faster. No whereto of Mr. DimlcK for clerk had supporters agreed I I "Xotary Large.-Public. Stat of norilla .t i.

I Under your:'sincere. .sympathy I on toe water front was gotten under <4o a public fund for the benefit
-. and deep regret for the temblo sae.n control at 8 o'clock this morning. of the sufferer the more fully illustrated than I
A ghort"conference between Dr. Far- by the improved property in tile city(
that has overtaken the :of j CHILDREN IN LESSON
city
', amity 1 J TWELVE-C RS SUPPLIES Is and Messrs. W. W. Prout and Isl- of MIaD I,'and in no other place con OBJECT

:,.. San Francisco. Advise m. If we can SENT FROM DENVER I done Cohen, the latter two represent sldering the age and size of Miami, Y

be of assistance. Denver, April 21- A train of twelve ing the .Board of Trade and Mer ENltalNMENTS .
"N., B. Broward, I cars loaded with clothing and provisions chants' ;;>&Association respectively, resulted have' such enormous profits been maJon TO YOUNG' MEN
real
investments.
Governor of Florida. left here for San Francisco last injthe committee being named estate ,

______ night. Another ,train goes tonight as follow**: John Sewell. chairman. W. In 1897 the assessed valuation ol Miami I t
> W. Pront: Isidore Cohen. J. A. Mc was 98336.: Its population was --4.

Baa Francisco 21-TMs city had luBrtt LOS ANGELES SENDS Donald W. M. Brown E. C.. Romfh, then 2,000. In 1905 the population JUNIOR LE"GUE OF M. E.cHURC H HOwl
taste of practical martial law lastnight FOOD SUPPLIES S. Bobo;Dean, C. H. Bradley A. J.' MR. PETER NELSON, A MAN '

when troops patroled the streets.Persons ,.oe Angeles, April 21- Another,relief Kolb. 1,'f.r. Wilson J.' D. Glrtma i had grown to a resident population of SOUTH, AND SUNBEAMS OF'' THI WitH| PUSH AND J! ENE'RGY.HAI.

going about were required to train of seventeen can left here Later a: .motion prevailed that Dr.J I 8.000 and double that number durlncthlt BAPTIST FHURCH, RENDEREI:
hare a written permit from the police for San Francisco last night, This Farls'bettnade a member of the commlttee. winter months, and the real estate ACQUIRED MUCH VALUABLE

before they woultt! be allowed oa the is the second relief train that has been r$& was assessed at 102433000. From PROGRAMS YESTERDAY PROPERTY HERE .

streets. sent from,here.,. This .morning the committee met these and other figures the fact is .
Mayor Schmltz has.Issued a proclamation .'. and divided the city into districts as conclusive that when the populationdoubles. I. _
the not follows, ach of the members being. .' the -1 'I.
admonishing people\ DIFFICULT TO ESTIMATE :* gross value of the real s
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tobe afraid of'a.famine abundant 'THE.;NUMBER, OF .DEANew D assigned One ,in which' to solicit subscriptions estate Increases nearly four times. met of the JL ,.Echurch.sou It is only a few' 'onthi ago since
yesterday afternOOt
food would"be supplied them;"'They ;' At the corner of 11th and the Boulevard Mr Peter Nelson disposed of Ms
__ York, April 21-, A Western nL at that church and showed by the Ninth
were ordered to use no water except JamesVclrtman district. north of the late Charles Curry puns as- tie 'street home f
dispatch Crom'S.n Francisco tenJance at. a
that
for cooking and drinking and that says: First t. ed lots 4, 5 and 6 in March 1811 'or the lit handsome profltand
"It is difficult to estimate the num band of women, aN seedy and h.l j already he has completed a handsom--
they must not llgnt fires In house 'tii" north from Center 01 $2,500 and erected several cottages!
bcf'of,. dead. Bodies' scattered .ul Lelrter ,
are conduct
stoves or fireplaces and must not use the ]Third \ to First StreetA. thereon at a cost which did not exceed J er and better one. located on Seventh ,;
alt over city. There 'Is flr. Le her '
house dosetsbnt dig earth closets and no J. Kolb; from railroad track to $3,250. making the entire Investment lUe. L'rfder management it +I Street near Avenues 1C.
within three blocks of the build has .
ferry grown 'Ind accomplished
man,r
use disinfectants liberally. The mayor center of>ThIrd street 5750.. This property was resold 1 i Few if
lag good mlsalon.ry any mea are to be
also directs other sanitary regulations J., I. [t\VUaon. center of Seventh In March of this year for $1 5,- deeds Yesterday wa.called I I younger ,
.. that will be rigidly enforced. street north; to railroad. 75000. an-Increase of $10,000, or an Mite Day, and on openlnwthe I found with theenergy .and bnalneured
The. relief; committee reports that $4475.500 RAISED C. H. Bradley center of Ninth street annual profit of $150 on the Investment much fo rx: boxes It was too I 'acumen possessed byj Mr. Nelson. He
SO FAR TO1DATE they contain In all .
there Is In SaD to'centeof Seventh for several dollan., |Ita
not a hungry person street eight years. This property succeeding admirably .In makinxgood"
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Washington. April 21 The total A lpet'lall 'program w&l'car
Francisco.: Last ntgbtproriaio. 1 Ed Rot fh. Eleventh street north to was a productive investment during : real estate
amount reported,raised in the United ried out the itUe folks memo Investments, selecting
having ,
were handed out to an who appUed for center ot: Ninth street. the entire period so that the Increase
States to-d.te for the San Francisco zed their first desirable !
recitations locations then
I .onderfuUJ sad ,
them at the relief station The IIldort,1Cohen. 12th. 13th and business was all profit ,
Mayor has:sent'nurgent appeal ,to sufferers is 2475500. I portion of Avenue D.: In September 1896 the four lots on well .I building thereon houses I of the .right
the dues anj neighboring towns for S.. Bobo'Dean, 14th street to river. I Twelfth street down to Avenue Dan d After the program Dad been conclad'ed kind. This new on* Is to story

blankets, cots and bedding uk1q' W V?*.Prout all south of river and two on Thirteenth street were sold for all present were invited to tilt, building, containing( six laze airy, r
their Immediate shipment WILL PLAN FIRE west.ofS-rallroaJ.! 6000. The past winter the owner lawn where Ifmonade, cake aDd homemaJe rooms each one being fitted with all

i The latest report from the ferry '.M.th'o1t'1l. Fort Dallas and Bankof refused 60.000a 54.000 increase taffy bounded. The chDdm I the conveniences. and; furnished la the
'bonding says that It is safe from the Bay ;piscayne. When the property was bought for also had an I exciting peanut D ant very best manner, hating running water '
Ire. Fire tugs will check the flame. ALARM SYSTEM ;:Ed Rqfflfh, First National Bank. $6.000Miami bad a population of two Then there ,the games on the 1arcelu'n electric lights e e. -

Bear .Lombard street .11,..* In aU Dr. Envies church donations. thousand. In 1905 It contained 8,000 before .djornment On the rear of th< lot' Mr. Netsxm

Other directions. the fire Is under con The fottds subscribed ,are to be deposited people. While the population Increased Baptist Sunburns has another house raatainlng' four ,
trol. with Mayor John Sewell who 400 per cent the value of this The fins ems of the Btpu at comfortable sleeping rooms, and still

Mayor Schmits and General Puns- will wlr.-the contributions to the proper land Increased 1,000 per cent su Church held an entertainment lut another storage rooii. From these ,",
ton have established headquarters at authorities for SaD Francisco and times as tart night .t th parsonage which w.u and from a portion of those In toe -..
Fort Mason, which It Is believed will AND POLICE, BOX ,CALL SERVICE vicinity Cofferers. The solicitorscommencti will Five lots on Twelfth street betweeu attended by number of visitors and main building, a comfortable Income '
be saved by the heroic work of thsailor work immediately. C and D were bought by Mr. Maurice pare ta of the children taking W rt, will be derived In rints.Mr. >
from the.warship Chicago. -MR. O.B.CROCKER, GAMEWELLREPRESENTATIVE A. Scott for $4,000. Four lots were resold Mrs W. E. 8taaton I. In chare of Nelson Is going.north next week ""

VISITS Ml, If LEGAL PAPERS in 1905. hardly 18 months later, this brant sad b. mado to spend some time With friends ane
.FUNSTON.CABLES THE .- for 30000. an Increase of fifty pet little body ot workers. Cream; she. relatives and will doubtless make oth :
WAR DEPARTMENT AMt FOR THIS PURPOSE Discharge of mortgage Melvin Taylor cent bet and ca e wen sold etUng investments when tie return la all '

to Elizabeth Gibbons, et at, The southwest corner o' Avenue D about ten do tars. which goes e to..araIhe of which the Metropolis hopes he win

Washington. April 21- The War Department Lot contract. Fort Dallas Land Co. and 13th street was sold for 900. It Dew fundj for the cl1ureh. be as fortunate as 1+ former ones. .
received at 5:40 o'clock this to J.' S4' Rodgers for' $140, lot 16 was resold in 1902 for $5,000. and in :

morning a dispatch as follows. from block 49*Miami 1905 the owner refused $10,000 for it
General Fnastoa; Among the passenger arriving j la Satisfaction of mortr Dade CannNor have these Increases been con!CHURCH SERVICES TOMORROW y'Tclnity

The fire Is making no' progress west the city this"morning on the ..teamerMIamI ty Security Co. to H. E. Martens et Lard to this section. On the west I
from VanNess Avenue. A west wind: from Key West was Mr. O. P. ux. &, site ot.the river lots that sold three I'Presbyteriai .

of considerable force Ii. blowing and Croncker, southern representative ot Satisfaction of mortgage (2) Dade years ago for $150, are being sold for
Increasing la velocity. The Indications the Gamewell. 'Fire Alarm Co, o? Newt County Security Co., to Clara A. PurcelL -. $750 to $1.200 today. I I

are BOW that all of the city ea 1 York !g:, Many of the illustrations given show Church Church
The parpoae'ot fro Crocker 'visit Mortgage deed. Max Zapf to R. H. deals of Corner Au B and Tenth street
of VanNess and north of the bay.will i Involving large sums money, Morning worship at! 11 o'clock.
be destroyed. It is believed we caa'here is to confer with Fire Chief Hal Seymour;;for $1,700 lot 4.. block 7k. and reflect the policy of the great Sunday school .t ':45 L m. Mornlnc Zelley will sing Gounod's Miss
"Oh. Divine
save Fort Mason. die and make a survey and estimatefor MlamL t P financiers of this country, which is prayer .t 31 :o'clock By request ot Redeemer." Anthem.1 There
''The .weather warm and ';dearaad putting Ins, complete fire alarmsystem WarrsAty deed.. Tatum Wofford and to entrench themselves against panics Pro: W. W 1 Halt there will be no Green Hill Far Awayj la a
by Gounod.
__ there Is no suffering from cold.. ID'this city though this step wTe tohMax Zapf for .12.500 lot 4, and adversity by Judicious investments evening service that the comencement by the pastor on the Sermon
>R .to Impossible establish the proper has not been fully determined UPOAbT block 7$'Miami. In city real estate. at the public school may be duly recognized. : San nclsco."foltowed Sorrowso'
the day authorities.: ,Mr. Crocker J. N. Fuller rector. by a collect
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sanitary conditions immediately Agreement Ballard and wife If- tlon for the relief
: and there will be much sickness .The 'will also give figures on installing a to A. Jji_Holland for purchase of lot | MOORIGARDNER NUPTIALS Eo Church raised tor the sufferers fund Sunday now being
: school
water Apply Is encouraging. Thewater police alarm system, anj If such 1m- 4. block ,W, West Palm Beach. Consideration Corner Avenue C tad Eleventh St and pastor's Bible class at 10
+emeats not authorized Imme"Idlately a. m.
pro are -
company says It can deliver to !$1.250. I Services as 0110.: Sunday school with like collection. .
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Popular Couple Will Be Wedded Next W. Farls.
o aka time Is cot far -iUtan
to twelve million gallons daily. The t : Warranty deed. Jesse )(. Barber to at 9:45 a. Ilorning worship .t 11 pastor.
win be ao water tamiae. 'when such will be done.' H, L. Reed. for $10, ten acres la section Monday Evening o'clock. Se on by the putor. Erasgelists :.
-- The Gamewell fire and police alarm 30, ;ftp. 52. south range 42 east. J. dI and M. J. Harris will Christian Science "-

THE DISTRESS system is In general use throughout Warranty deed Cora Lee I Gerrockto The wedding of Miss Pearl Gardner sing the ne and popular song "TheKing' Sunday at 11 a.m object: "Pro-
RELIEVED the country, and no city desiring to be ,U. E*Terwllll<< for $2.500. lots and Mr. William Moore will take place j I BUlin aa" This will be your tection After Death.' Sunday schoolWednesday
-. BEING I as securely protected as possible la 9. 10, 11;,and 12. block 12. Bobbin, Monday at 7:30 p. m. at Trinity last chance t t bear them .Inr.; Junior after this service :eve
case of fire, or ia police servicewhere Graham|4fc CnHllngworth's addition. Episcopal Church Rev. N. rs. Fuller League at 3 m Ep..orth League at DIng meeting at 7 p.j m. AH service
BaA Prandsco. April 21 James a wagon Is In nee Is without this sys ,Mortgage deed George A. prima et officiating. The attendants will be &:30 p. m. services will be are held In the Reading Room; Roth
Phelan, former mayor of San Fend tem. A fire department cannot be ox to.Dade County Security Co., for Miss EfOce Welsh maid of honor. Mr. i at the Ichoo The rsr Building opposite Court House. ,
co. and chairman of the relief committee thoroughly 0cleci without It and can I I 350. lot 4,"Dora's sub-division of block George Oomph best man and Messrs. Iou churche reDln& In this aeu .
wired Morris K.' Jessup la receive alarms promptly and go fromthe sr.- Miami.; Charles Wheeler, Allan Hill. James Ice. Class on Monday .t Christian Church '
New York ta.t'nlht as follow: engine houses direct to the scene I .Warranty T deed. Rosa and Washington Oilman and John Gardner ushers. 1 p. m. yer meeting Wednesday Services are held in the Fair build 1
,The portion of the population of:the fire. The same Is applicable log as :ollows: Bible
greatest I I Franklin to C. A. Woodruff for Helen Jackson and Miss Eleanor Rlel- at 7:30 p.m. AU are Invited fo attend jclass at 10 a.m.
Is camped In, the pub and 'on to the police department the idea being i$150. 10 ?.5. block'24. Clow's ..ddltlonItoWel !ly win act as flower girls, and Mr, our lenleel. Herman G. Porter Sermon subject "Pa 1's Defense" at
;. the hills.. and are: In great distress. to get the wagon. to the exact spot .- falm Beach., 'I .1.1I | Crozier Sewell ring bearer. pastor. 11 a. m. Communion at 11:45.
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.. Is> the titre u' where an omcer ..nt.1t with the least r
\This eing relieved by y _* I Deed. Model* LandCaJto Ch... A. 'The. ceremony will be -a beautiful. First Baptist Church M. E. Church, South
;committee. The great numbers to delay.r :Woodruff $95. five acres In section one with a large chorus' of id
I singers. Corner Ar Sunday school
nue C. and Seventh St. at arm. Preaching
be. cared for make the task a stupendous I. The Gamewell system furnishes ;:35. tp. ; Bible school at 1:45 by the al
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lUtdse a. m. Preaching pastor at 11 m. Mrs. C. F.
looks like long conveniences'and neceadUat eA
and It a l,
one. 'R'arrabty-deed.
Jiattle J. Gale andaihu Gato of
; Atlanta
ry a sister of
dirt by the will
past at 11 a. m. Subject: Kemp address tie Ladles"
Siege I, can not deny the fact ;h :which'are..nowjbadJy needed bXDot .bandoAlberti Merchant (ors 40 ", is to ; Home
Moote" expected arrive in Miami NChrist In th Pharllee'l Mission
we can use any funds the coon tiyls : the fir. and')polleedepartlnettj: jot ',lot,2S J dsixrr fct S. Ga.le."Lake. III time for the House."sun.beams Society at 4 ]>.m. Union service
attending ,
will Miami. marriage. ;r' at.3 .m. B. Y. P. U It 41:45 in the auditorial i at 7:30 p..,m.
generonslty supply. Worth Plot
t Mr. Crocker will estimate i The popularity of both Mr. Moore. o. m. No Ie 'ice at nIght on account Mission study class on Monday afternoon
make an e
SatlsfuUob of
11.6 mortgage. Tropical and Miss Gardner, pake this an antfclpated'evest of unIon setlviee It auditorium. The at 3:30.
&CRET..RV TANOTHEit' ASKS Lpl: the cost4oinatsllpg.4ata jiT% tlTomdimpr4senieC B.JY Midweek praper service
tens pa Itcj bf the season Friends monthly mls lonsry concert of prayer on Wednesday it 7130.! led by
JlPrROPRI4Ti'ssDlagton JON Ipr bjoth hy d*
fireandJpoUce, .J".I
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partments and submit the. same "toSatatUoo of aboard are showering I Wail be held n Wednesday evening .t Broth r' Powell. Jnnli jr Epworth League -
mortgage, k. most
yljhe Henry beautiful and exquisite presents 7:30"0'clock. Subject: -Papal Conntries. at 3:30 FrIday. L. D. Lowe, pasO -
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"I Ball ..' **-M Three mouths ................ $11.11 We sincerely regret that we were not 'f force reputation Is at stake add our Immense
? 0. yMr P7 able-to handle the large crowd that : be capital Involved' nor establishemtn -
:};( 11& _ai... J.M one weekfl: by; carrier .v.rrr10 packed an our floor space on tbd there to waft upon'you. We not only win not'let us'do*otherwise..

: opening day of our gigantic sale. owe an apology to the peple, rat owe We win expect In, the remaining 7
:1! Advertising! Rate made known on application. Li I I It was really more than .we anticipated thanks to the many thousands who days to see every man. .woman and
: for the firstday However, there attended our opening owe child attend this sale,'and ja new record
ij .'""" TELEPHONE 79. OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING, are 7 more days In which every resident our thanks' to the darltEe .)' will be {forever established teMlamls '
Court Hews within hundred miles of here for Its good .
TWllfth' ,trait OPE*"*' th one { commercialannali: to be re-
CI2 and, 434 will have ample time to call, once themselves of the we membered by the buying mbllc lonebecome
SATURDAY. APRIL 21, 1906. more. We will be prepared, no matoffered.. When we say; to yon that we after The Ideal win hive a
ter how large'the crowds, to handle sell as we advertise we'do It. for our thing of the past '
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;!I of Trade.The Miami We see Metropolis no objection advocates to the proposition.the ,establishment It might of a result State in Board good. [fed Canvas Front. f. B Douglas. Prop. Money returned forthrasking'i;

,. 'but the State already has a Board -f Trade which meet not once a year, Jh I II
at a day' notice and which
called.together
be
which can
bat once a month :
W called' glther when anything for the good of any part of Florida needs

'. its.attention. Remnants! Remnants for Everybody
Jacksonville Board of Trade, but it has men .
'. ThU body is known lit the
t hers living In an parts of the State, and Its members who reside In Jacksonville I F

have Interests In every part of the State. This board works, impartially wi account of riff. unprecdvnied sale of dress goods wash goot> s and silks, ice hare on hand an un sac z1 aua/i-, ,


i.aL We'mention'for every this section not of In Florida.opposition to the establishment o.. a State t st ty of RenUllllS,- of nice. new, cleanf hobby goods, which wi"l be placed on sale on ceniei counftrs MondayMillinery

work of the Jackson- t#
think the unselfish .
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; -Board of Trade but because we I ;

'::.- :vflle lives Board of the of business Trade should men of be a recognized.city extend It their is not efforts often with that the Impartiality represan- I' I Ladies Suits and Coats Shirt Waists 1 and

but tins Is true 0: the Ja(*sonvil Boardof ,.
lire In.
tbeenUre
Ls to State they benefits due to the: workof ,;Yiuue' Linen Duck Caps, 50c 'and 75c va'-e: ;___.<;:&' house suits, white and :olored, linen PetticoatsWomen's
Trade and many parts of Florida have enjoyed been unselllah, |in: this gigantic 'sale ........ ......... J.c'4) and chambrays, serviceable, an 1 comfortable .
this body of business men. In a sense their work has 'Volte Linen Duck Caps, embroidered d..._. positively. worth $5,00 In this gigantic sale 11." audit 'waists,i genuine bar ,

for It has been done In.the Interest of other towns than the one which they t $1 caps only ........................t. 69c ... .... ..... ..... ..1.. ... .. .. 2.4S .fc aln at $%. gi gantic sale prjce ... ..... 98
especially represent. In another sense it baa not been unselfish for the Ladies' black and white $1 straw sailors ..C9c L:1LIE'S' white shirt waist suits, rpade o.* linen, Women's $::.50, $3. $3.50 made ot elegant .
of the State are represented in the mem- ::hildren's and :Misses white washable hats a plain, embroidered and lace rimmed, pos- lawns with panel wal'A embroto-
i; reason already stated-all sections members.fe tremendous range of styles and prices, !itlvely worth $7.504njhls gigs tic sale $4.98 cry sleeve match, some

lership, of this board and the Investments o: Us .............................. $1.98 to 59chlte linen pony jacket suits rimmed with with short sleeves, open font and back;
fe tV State oBard Of Tri.l saoull be organized the Jacksonville Board dies trimmed bats at 10.... ........ $3.98 Alice blue collars and culls latest spring These waitsts are positively *orth $3 In'this
I" of Trade would gladly assist It In Its work for It is working not .for glory |AVe: will place on sale hundreds o: our poular arrivals positively worth 'U. 0 in tnis gigigantic sale ..............)tl.98 and $1.43
trimmed hats just fresh from the hands of antic sale ..... ........... < ......'. $5.s'j _
but for the good of Florida.-Times-Unlon. of Wf.! our expert trimmers. Hack: China Silk Shirt Waist uit. the peer..: and $6 net wa lit* .........t.$3.9 I
We can' hardly; endorse the statement that the Jacksonville Board this springs newest materials and fixings haH of any you can buy elsewhere! for $20. Bow Knot.and ring patterns, pith uncy yoke
Trade Is a State Boardof Trade, even,, though it has members In:variousI" been employed in their construction. In this gigantic slaughter sale .. ....... $9.48 of lace, and insertion, short Ilene. 'CUJr.
: Florida. The Metropolis advocates an organization to be known style and workmanship,' they are equal to Jacket Blouse and Shirt Wals Suits, silk trimmed to match yoke $6 values' In' this
parts" of other name suitable to the same and pi those shown elsewhere at $8. $9 and $10, all lined an excellent line of'minisn mixtures gigantic sale .. ......... .? ....... ..$3.9
ifc "State' Board of Trade, or some
1, as work for the entire State with i1J proper colors and shades in this gigantic sale and cheviot creations represe ting only tr>" $12 All-Over Lace waists beautiful and an
l showing,that Its onerand' only; object is to : ........ .... ........... .. $4.98 and $3.118 latest fashions positively worth $18 In this tic designs, over heavy China silk bodies
:.no P ru :ular"cltl or section as a favorite. gigantic tale .............. I...... .' 17.48. special In this gigantic sale ......;....?.<:J
We-Tadmlt' :the Jacksonville Board of Trade to be, a .strong andIn.lu- $ Domestic Department Cream Serge Novelty Suits perfect flttlr- Silk waists of Taffeta Peau d" sole-and China

: entlal body and that It has done much for the State at large, but the fact J garments and dainty conceptions, ultra fuhIUb, tucked, corded and hemstitched effects
a Jacksonville organization bears that name and Is '<;;GJ Inch' bleached table linen In short lengths ionable, these 'suits are positively and hon- positively worth up t $10. In this gigantic '
Is known as
that It of 2 1-2 worth $2.50. rag> worth as hlght as $45. \n this glganuc sale ... ............ ..... $4.98 ,,
doing : yards, to
p' composed very; largely of resident men of that city, prevent It from positively; up sale ..... ..... ... ... .. ... .. $2. .9 .
Board'of Trade could and'would at this gigantic sole....... ..$1.48 and Sac : ; throughMercerized petticoats of fine quality; also a
of'Jacksonville State I.atllea11.0 er Lace Rabessi.lined
r good outside that a SNorcross alnsook. 10 yard lengths 40 Inch few In mohair accordlan pl.,.lied flounce and
suit The of
do.., | wide, positively worth $%. at this sale ..$1.59 out magnificent evening one circular style. black and Colors' positively;
fe On that account we continue to contend that the formation of a. State ..Extra wide and extra quality sheets, 63x90, 53c a kind showing models new which arrival do credit. exact to copies worth $... and 3. ,In this gigantic sale

'of known and conducted as such, would be 'of untold value In | Salem ''aheeUng., size 72x90. extra' heavy..75c of copies iniponed beautiful and exquisite suite Intendedtheir ............;.....; ..... {$1.98 and $1.48
Trade .
fe Board | value, In this gigantic sale ............<>9cf Silk Petticoats'of good wearing taffeta, deep
to the front to sell at $45 in this gigantic laie $24.4S
and enterprises
Florida Its resources:
pushing ; Full size pillow cases, made of good quality; Ladles' black taffeta short len th ceastatrimaecordlaa plaited plounce Circular ,tyleUd. _
-=> | muslin 25c values, our sale price.15cBed med with .ace applique, worth $5, ".SO.u extra dust ruff Alice Blue,]!Heliotrope, rose 'TIIE PuLLTAX SITUATION.. white crochet bedspreads and other correct shades, also oiaek
t spreads, full size heavy $10. they will go In this sale at 12.... navy
_______ in real... Marseilles patterns, polltlveLadles'.i.50 linen .... $.." superior workmanship. These goods are ate
But seven more days In which ;you can register, and ten In which to 1 ly'worth $*'.';1, In this gigantic.sale ..$1.10 Ladles' $12 and $15 glgajlC co.... extreme value up to $12.1 la this gigantic
poll taxes In order to vote In the Democratic primary :May; 15, and the lii ""orth,3 ................ ... ..... ...... :_.I S 'fashionable and In this sale ......... ...........I,$8.98 and $4.98
pay; 11 Good quality towels,' positively; wor.tOe gigantic sale I ..... 17.98 House wrappers, percale and fleec* lined, trim-
thereafter remain. """" "'''I'H.
general, election : in this sale at....,;.........;...............4c Ladles' Shower proof coats, an ultra servtce.med with cord and braid d* pounce, tight
The matter"of paying poll taxes should be given .the closest attentionby ,Extra good quality "buck towels guaranteed able and fashionable garment cheap at $30. fitting and loose! yokes, they are all positively '

those ,already qualified by registration to citizenship,' and to those w'- :: inches, worth 2 RI'. In this gigantic a stupendous carlfice at ....)........ $19.98 worth $- this gigantic sale ...... 98e
Miami nonpropef11ownera, and thosewbo, have not paid their real and personal >! sale ... ..... -..-... ... .... ....lOc $35 Ladles Auto Coat, our entire stock of silk KImonas, full length, flowered and figured patterns
of biltructlon'are'.ppllcable; that they understand Full size Turkish bath towels extra heavy and satin rain proof coats, such as Metropll- satin faced lace trimmed,'positively
taxes, a few words ; worth $3.50 and $4. In /. only ..$1.S
quality, positively; worth JOc; In this gigantic tan stores ask $35 and $4(1( for. In this

the situation. : sale I.' ...... ..:.. ... .... .... ... 24c sale ...*..............* ...t.] ..... 9Z'.v AD,those persons who voted In the Miami,city election last year paid brilllantlne and woolen goods blue
Extra large size batlutow* extra heavy qua.
for the 1903 and 1904 and had to'hold receipts for such PaY and Children'sFurnishing black reds. sale .$1.98
poll taxes ;year" Itv. positively worth Snc.In this gigantic Ladles' .andy Missesin* thisbathing shoes ..J4t
tents before they were qualified as electors Poll taxes for the year sale ..... -v. ..." .. ... ...- .......... 32 Goods Ladles' and Misses' bathings! caps ........J4cWings.
1905swer not'due'until.January 1906. 'In'order' for'those qualifying and Turkish bath'mats, assorted patterns and .colors :35e quality. In this.jglgantlc sale 23e
city 'election 'then to vote In the next 'approaching primary $100 and $ .IIO values' rhnlre In this Gauze vests white and cream 15e values ..?( .
voting In the tax. This Is : i' rlrantlc sal.... .... .... ... .98e and 4c! Gauze vests, white silk taped 'pc ........12c Dress Goods and Silks
and general county; election they must pay one years poll applicable 'r 11-4 half wool blanket. N'.m.'y| worth $4.' Kabo R and O and Victor corsetsan sizes ,

: also to those property owner who have not paid their real and personal 'i In this ctnntlc sale .. ... ......... $2.3 $1.00 value. In this gigantic sale..,.....480 unheard of Prices
taxes for the year'1905 and In which"the'poll tax,Is Included.. ..1'1'OU", "" Wankets. positively: worth $l.SO.nI Ladies plain black hose seamless: an sizes .
I' "system,of taxation' and for W.' I this gigantic! sale ........... .,.........H *8c guaranteed 20c! values:our sale price at..9cChildren's All, wool. 52 Inches wide Satin finish black
understand the poll
Many do not clearly
.. ; Extra fun six' ,, all wool bank..tf. positively shlffou broadcloth, sponged! and shrunk, ILk
fast black ribbed hose an sizes, 15c
} reason the above Information U.pr 1rerecL: \.The question In a nutshell Is that value'gigantic sale ... ..
worth $5 per'pr. our price pair 83.14 and 20 e values at ) ". to price].. .. .... >19
for the two to that In which aD'elecUon Is held Cc.mfnJ'ff'fII. full clean white >d 44. Inch .
g, poll taxes years previous size cotton fll Children's and mllle"bjk'ci"hti; lace black Kersey cheviot, fast black, all
must have'been paid before one becomes a qualified elector. Those holding ; taft.ttwsltiv.ly worth tl.M. H this sale 9e bOle 35e value, at this sail.-..17cMisses wool. $L.S value gigantic! !sale price..Me
.certificates"ror the ;ar'1903., must pay.; for two'rear.., 1904 and,1905, and 'I; '._.rkp' Pillow Canine. 4K. Inches wHe.po- white hose sizes 5 to 8 t.%. 35e values 38 Inch English Tricots extra 'weight twU
most yeas! tax-1905. .ftI.1'wOO'fh11k>. In this ctnnMc sale..*'lei -in this gigantic ..Ie..t.;. .......17e hack quality; navy, green,, garnet hunters
those- holding receipts for 1903.. and. 1904 pay; one ; i Soft Finish. Indian Head.- 38 Inches wide polBabl socks, plain and lace white and colors green and seal brown value our sale

This Is as clear as we can make. it, and believing that 'everr'dllzera Itlvelv worth 20c.. In this tfnntlc,sale 13cPnblMcned 25c! values, at this sale...).......... ..lie price .**... ........ .*fr*..> ...*....Spa
desires to exercise his coutltutlonal bt by voting they" are urged to muslin. 38 Inches wMe'poxIMvlTworfli ladies gauze cotton and lice hose 1I'blte.S.lk! brillantlnes for shirt waists and dresses
because Is shortwbentfiebooks 10 cents per rsrd. 17 yards for ....It washes perfectly worth $ljo sal 49o
r price
look into their'qualifications as 1 voters at once, .the'Ome blacksale and tan SOc values la this gigantic
-: ani caD : Crash Toweling, positively worth lOc In this ............... .... .... .......,24e Cashmere ladles cloth exfra wide sponged
closed it, not be done
; wW be ,. ': gigantic sale ........... .. .......... ..Be.Stevens' Boys'; hose, an sizes, the kind that don't wear and ,shrunk newest and nobbiest colors and
.. .' I a'a '. Linen Crash Toweling positivelyout effect., good values at priee..21eworth
20c value our price a this sale..sc:
:,An exchange,,te.other! day; ,,suggested that there were nineteen different, Iftc In (his gigantic sale .........:9c '1500 dz. silk lisle and ancy hand < slery for women 28 Inch finished tweed
kinds of Republicans ,but It forget.Web. Davis, who make twenty. Extra heavy quality table oil cloth, positively children at less than the actual cost of nobby designs, ruour u4..-
.. .. worth 25c. In this gigantic sale .,........ISc ... !
I the raw materIaL visible plaid effects. S at......23e
,Mr, Shaw .Yon..tarlff revision In March 1909. While he'does not fix Nottingham Lare Curtains full size In lendh' Leather and wash embroidery belts 75c and Mohairs and brllllsntlnes. pain and fancy extra
the exact time.-it'is-believed-that the date he would favor Is March 32.. 1 and width sell the world over ,st $2, In this $1.00 values pick them ou In this gigantic! heavy silk finish. $ibO value fleaatl

gigantic.'tale ..... ....... ... .......9Se!I sale at ....... ....... .. 25e and 48c sale price ........... ...4.! ...**......49c,
{As.Hewedon: -TBlmaa's side: f. the Senate, the I Jea ) a{contributing Tare bed' Set In Battenberx and Cable net. Fancy band bags and pocket books..fo seal wal 44 ,Inch wide black voile Etamlne plaln-pelLi.
to a'republican campaign fund Is a sinful ad, does not admit of debate. lace, positively worth up to ,$S. In this gigantic rot Morocco leathers positively worth up and "ane,' weave, 'guaranteed fart black posItively .
'sale ........... .......,. $4.98 to 81.98 '
to $:!.ooln this gigantic sal ....98e and eSe wor 75c. gigantic sale price ......!Sa
,Shouts II.Seeretarr'; of War w present to us another presidentialposslbilitiesortmpaaibllity Crown brand full size feather pillows, weight Ladles linen handkerchiefs lemstitched andI Inch wide Panama suit In ts. neat broken and
3 )pounds. this sale............ ..... .$1.98! lOcl tale..9c
initial positively worth In this check effectsv wool and mohair 12.50
pure
; whichever way you want,to,.look at It. Brocaded Portiere exquisite colorings and designs
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:> 100 dozen fancy hemstitched' and embroidered and $3 values Rlnantlc safe price $1.23 Z lIe!
Some'persons are inclined to believe ,that'even biennially 'Is too often dark swn., grass green red and all handkerchiefs, worth %5c, In this gigantic Cream serges that we have always sold at $2. .
the newest shades positively worth up to .... .. .... ........... ..12crchlefs. .'
I sale ...... .. all tro in this gigantic sal at... .........$8CI
for'"a.legislature "to meet.SenatorTUlman .- $10 per pair. !n this gigantic sale $5.98. and
: linen handk embroldtively Cream Danish
Ladles loth
I ... .... .... ... ..... ......' ,......$4.48Our superfine 35c and Poplin that we has
ered aud hemstitched pos worth always sold at 50c. this Irantlc sale....2se
probably, thinks that a solid ,rate" bed .can-'be can. In this sale .,. .......... .. .. .....u 18o Sicilian cloths something n w and nobby that
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structed-wlthont using too much Blackstone for balast Children's school umbrellas, steel frame and please the eye of the mos fastidious regular

: Guarantee .steel rod seven steel ribs Gloria silk cover. price 150. gigantic sale prtce.:74epositively
It'1."now .currently reported .that Senator Knox has brought'the Pres. worth up to 11.5G. in this gigantic Velvets-choice collection qf black embrolder-
ident'round to.his,' way. of thinking of the rate bUL 'It the other senators We assure each and every p.rchaer absolute sale .. .... .. .. ..... ...... .. ... ..;..;. 98c ert' silk velvets. Imported nality, such as you
have the same luck, the! President will have some difficulty In' recollecting satisfaction. We sruarantre every garlien's and ladle's umbrellas, the: famous Cans will have difficulty to qua! elsewhere st
-what .. meat, every price and ''every statement make of Baltimore steel r 9i and frame, as11.50, our sale price.... ..........::..:esc
his.orlglnal opinion was. One price to aU and tbaf means cash.; Every sorted handles, worth up t< $2.50.: In this g1Extra quality dregs silks, ap roprlate for waists

article and garment marked in plain figures gantic sale .... ...... .. ...$1.4J and 98e and shirt waist snits son chiffon finish.- sold
,O.: the more :than'one .minion Immigrants who came to this In I
country
i- Tortoise shell back combs. settings an* the wide world over fo $1.00. while they
'.1905 over. 317.000 remained In New York State and :!:!UOO settled In Pennsylvania roll gold; plate .' ,. sold last at.... .... .. ...... .........;;..;4Se
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\.' : Ohio .received 51,000 and Illinois 79.000, out very few.w nt West fveryartlcle In our store.will be everywhere at $1.00, at sale 4Sc 21! Inch wide China silk. II e soft finish, close

The'l mfgrlD$ from Southern Europe does not seek the farm lands of the placed on sale and must be sold. Ladies wash neckwear lone embroidered weave pure silk, sold for 75 cents, our sale
; ;West'as ;Immigrant large assortment to selec: positively price per yard ......... ......>...,...39c
the from. Northern Europe dId a few Pare each
years ago. The paid to purchaser of $25
worth up to $1.00 each! sale they! Heavy black silk taffeta. gpod< rustling quality
cities_and. factory-towns: .are more. attractive to the class of foreigners now and over go at...... ..... ... -.... 2c:! and 48c chiffon Union, worth 69c. onr sale. price..39c
.pouring Into.this country at an average of about 3.000 for every day In the I

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An Elgin .man'hasl>een forbidden by the,court to enter his own home. I

His wife who says he comes.home Intoxicated and abuses her and the children THE IDEAL E. B. DO U6LAS Proprietor
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,.is_ suing -for" a-divorce'and the Injunction against him entering his {.
;acme will hold until the_divorce suit Is tried. "A man's house Is his castle" :

sail Coke.'.In one.of his rest speeches Pitt said: "The poorest man .maya

cottage bid defiance to all..the fore* of the C/wwn. It may be :rail;; Street Miami Fla.
i .K*.roof may; shake; the wind may blow through'It; the storms may enter; i! 310-312 Twelfth .'

tk rain may;enter-but the King of England can not enter;' all the forcesdare j 1'I < .f t'.. ,
not cross,the threshold of.the rained tenement."'But the Elgin, 111,1'man 'I r" ,;

,cannot enter his own house. because the Judge Las forbidden film'toe.so. [ SALE POSITIVELY :CLOSES ON APRIL J30' .

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DAILY MIAMI METKOPOLI*) SATURDAY. APRIL 21. 1904.kf .
PAaE THStH
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!:For-Tax Col lector, I I ,

r To the .Voters of Dad County:
Political I hereby announce myself a* can-
iUdat for inomlnt'on to the office >
Tiicprofessioos of Cuuatiyi; ; Tax Col etor. subject to c
the action of the C oiocratie Primaryto .

", ..& 11'J Announcements be teM fg| May 15. 1u4.r. N. Oanti r. I % IF YOU BUY HEREYOU'RE -. .,,,, .', of 1( "' ,- -
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FORCOUNTY:; COMMISSIONER

a..orce.eat..der this beadiac |f! First District .
; Qattssoa dg Esatrta,..+t win be averted until after, the Democratic I here&y announce myself as a candidate SAFE !
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Primzne in the Duly Metropo-
\\ is fort0.00 Weekly JIIe.poli. race for.the office of county commissioner
A r'a Jk.1 ryS.AT LA ; .
[ orts both the Lady &nd *.*!, N. tam the First District of Dade "
! ..W".ae.ta ansoaRSatMUlFN.alel trovolU for f 10.00.PoaltJvely. county?[subject to the decision of the I
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ealalt.4UIt1. "......'. ..... l.rt.o qIrad oolnnoidcupeatwill -Democratic' aIt's
1.. be laMr.ed .le.. accurapaaied by the .coming Chat.primaries.W. McPherson.. a great Idea- when a merchant asks ten dollars for a suit-the buyer
I I .iot.l ntasai. Pi*. ,, cash.I |&H Fla.I offers ii) and t merchant "takel him up". The Question I.. what does
Stun "
j he get? If the '
;. "he" means the merchant he gets the man's six .:

; X.E. SEYMOUR E. )'. ATKISSOX, I FOR [COUNTY COMMISSIONER dollars and hi i suspicion for erermore. It... "he" Is man

' Seymour & Atkinson 'I For Representativei P Fifth District r.P
i hereby announce mr candidacy{ I hereby announce my candidacy tot
,i Attorneys and I I for the position of RepreHl1t&t1T1from renomtpatlon to the office of County
j.V Counselors At Law. Dade County. To yon I tube Commissioner subject to the action He Getset :
mlt tAO question of my qualification of the!Democratic primary and solicit .
r; eUl atteatkm State to a civil..d Federal practice U all coarta I to represent you la Out cat>&dty. U taeJ support of my Democratic
Dominated at the Democratic primary Mends |
J : Boom 5,6,i. Friaaell Bldff.,Miami and elected at toe general suction I |t P E. O. TweedeO.
snail Jerote my best effort to your
serrlc and the welfare and,np-buUd-! FOfJt ouNTY COMMISSIONER If that merchant could afford to soil the garment for less than hi .......
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G. A. Worley Jut of Dade county than recede my l jifcl!:;I District No II why did he not ame the lowest'price at once! Is that merchants fellable -
earnest consideration.Retpectfnlly.. I To the Roters of Dad County: Call you1 afford to risk: his judgment He certainly takes quit

Attorney at.Law i I, I hereby announce myself a* a caD I a load on his shoulders when he attempts to carry true that way
I J. W. Watson. i:ltdat.tor; renomlnatloa to th* office We guarantee teat you will pay here fully as much as your neighborand -
1 .Jiflj Twelfth St. Miami.. Florida! of County Commissioner la District Just ass ly you'll pay Just as little. We further manatee you

.. I IJ. For Representative ', No. *X\(abJect to the action of the home your money' e on demand. If your purchase Is unsatisfactory when'you get

Geo. M. RobbinaTttuvffle.Fla I To the People of Dade County: i Democratic primary election to beheld
J. .At the request of friends and witha May 16th. 1906.
t .. desire to serre you In the State Leg 'pA T. A. Wlnneld.
' Attorney and Counselor ] Islatnre. I announce myself a .candi I '. '
tc At Law, date for this office subject to the Democratic i t! IFOR COMMISSIONER If you pay If/you here
primary to be hell In May.I buy
District
fig No. S
; win,...t celiaU Courts., SUM Lad r.....> respectfully sollcltxth support ci To tbif Democratic Voters of Dad I lesselsewhere I II
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.;: the people 0: Da4e.C01II1tT., and. If 1 County:
I elected. I will faithfully and Impartially I take this method o: announcing J I
Hudson & Boggs ]j discharge the Jntles of,the office ; my candidacy for the offlce of county You are safe .
f and will do all In my power, for your commissioner from District No. 3. subJect -
t- Attorney at Law best Interest and welfare. I,trust to' t$ the action of the Demos' *Ucprlmarr'On you get

;I hare the pleasure of meeting the tote i account of being,engagIn I f

h. JTownler' Building Miami Florida ers at an early date and discuss all In Vegetable growing It will be tm less Value If yon are I htert .ted hi sew suit we want to show yak tar kaaJsoaj EM
t; i( public questions and define fnllymyi POSlU I,j for me to make a personal
i position In reference thereto. .anvasil of the de-
D T. 8IA3O8.JI1AMI. JL.D. ; county my crop
I recognize the fact that a pubiconce 'sanding my attention Just at this
U a public trust, and should'\ }pThls -$10 $12 $18.00 I
'V'Wa as A.d tars.raacauqadd.ea. ; being the case I earnestly ,
: S4tb :trot you honor me with your rote I will i urge fit! my friends to Jo what they ,
corer As C highly appreciate your confidence and can Wmy|; behalf. R. L. Wall. / : arm; -

i" : ,; FLORIDA.i will be loyal to your Interest ( 'Iif.a'. If elsewhere, you'll get LESS Value
i-I Respectfully.O. I YO ,COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
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A. Worley.For j W& 5th District
i. J. n"JACKSON. JaUHort J -
Dx Mr..Kirk JIunroe.of Cocoanut Grove,

u".ca t'! County Clerk I hadni')been unanimously nominated -
With full appreciation of the high I tfor county'-commissioner/ by a mass j "
HKCAYWE BLOCK,Ava.D- honors asked for and promising faithful I meeting of "citizens, we hereby' anuounce -1 / !
31UML FLORIDA. performance of duties U elected. 1 :, {his candidacy subject to the
hart the honor to announce myself a I(action.:?: the Democratic primary. Mr.Munr4e / ,;
candidate for the office of Clerk of the ; has been\a resident of Dade W. h
f DR W.' B. RUSH. Circuit Court of Dad County and ask countjTjfor more than twenty years oes
for your rote In the primary of May during;?which time he has shown aa j
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}. OffloetST-lttb street Pbon ,_41.Ridea3e Uth. 3. F. JaWoa. unflagging teal In the cause of good .
,908 9th.S$ roads and has steadfastly promoted

'MIAMI.fLA., For County Clerk every:,?worthy Interest of our great \
take this method of announcing count Therefore we ask for him Clothier and Men's Furnisher 1
the hearty support of all good cltlien*'
myself as a candidate Cor the office k
of Clerk of Court for Dade County at thVcoming primary. /
: J. N. f. Mullett M. D.Oaoe abject to the action of the Democratic ) W. J. Shone / Don't forget the Number 322 Twelfth Street Miami, Florida ,
primary. F. W. Hahn. ; ;) B. 8: Potter.,,
'i : Boom S and IFrietell I'Slgned Geo.. Richardson I' '

Building Committee.FOR i
'f For dent of the Circuit Court .
Hours 10 a. m. to li m. I to 6p..a.Beadence r ,
. To the Democratic Voters .of Dad COUNTY,COMMISSIONER
816 Avenge U Sl
County: ., Sgi Second.Dlatrlct :
I hereby present my name to the To the: Voters of Dade:County: 'ofi
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FRED RUTTEB.t voters la the coming Democratic pri ,
t I hereby announce myself at a canJldat -
mary as candidate for clerk of .the *;for nomination to the once of
It' General Contractor. I, circuit court for Dade county.; county
commissioner In District No. !. HUDDlES..rONjREAL
t ", Grading L, Baring resided here for twenty-fir subject,( to the action of the Democratic WILSON & .
I Invite and larestiga-
t 81ut1na.:' 'J yean Inquiry Primary Election to be held May15tb.fc
don of those who know
Sidewalk doe not me personally .
Welle DrtII d. '06. Geo. B. Baker.
as to my reputation as a ctt-

lien my rt ord as U official la yean FOR' COUNTY COMMISSIONER ESTATE AND INSURANCE /

C.. Maynard Jut and my fitness and competency gf District No. 4 .
rw.. for the office to which I aspire.: "
Th :irtends of A. Lee Allen desire
LORADUATBSOFnCtAN_ oos U treatment elected I promise to every fair citizen and court at the to place his.name before the voters firm of Beck. Wilson & Hpddleston having been dissolved by mutual con- J
With Maynard Son.Jewelere of Dad County for the office of County THE
It ; hands of every person. connected' with Commissioner, subject to the actloa is therefore no more. \Ye will continue the business of real estate,, insur- 1

1'". a.au D 'Jruteor-OSce the Soliciting office.' the support B, 'of;every voter of Ui*; Democratic primary:.'election. surance etc. in the Hatchett building, rooms 10, ir, 12 at head of !,ta rs.: We .

f GEO.: L. .MCDONALD, who considers me comperes. and capable to WUeld May Is. 1101' will be glad to list any properties you may have for sale. If you wis i to buy we' a .j
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; GTn ,! am. respectfully.r .H. Dtmick FOR cR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.- .have some of the best properties, i in the city on our,,list and believe we can interest

II&uIrt Eugene & District No. 4Thf We handle all kinds of real and and .
West l>alm Beach' Fiay 'rFee _-* i you. estate improved, unimproved-city ,1
Wmytac sU SaMlvUlaf{ La1i a a, cla>t? friends of 1.'I. Bony announceblm
country. We invite you to call and talk it over :: WILSON & HUDDLESTON
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V COCOAKTJT OBOTX.. rue [;as a candidate for County Como .. _
Cleric oTthe Circuit
,t<,'- Court] mlssipner fa.Dfltrlct No.,..Co,Abject L 3 ,
:: Belle ring_that my sernces tor:the to the action of the Democratic Pri- ..-.-._ __
WALTEF'C. D>DK.AKMO put fire years aa Chief Deputy la the aaarr: ----.--- -I :_
office'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court T I "
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;- A-roilteot_ qualifies;me for the p lfUoD.'I herewith FOR. COUNTY.COMMISSIONER .
J respectfully, announce my'candidacy 1 i- Second DistrictFitpnds .
: for Clerk of the Circuit Court.subject of William Helm announce M. J. YarboroughContractor
;;. 1210- Are. C Miami..FaTheChapmantlolise-' to the approval o.:.' the,-Democratic his candidacy for county commission is ;
primary.Xv from the Second district, subject to the
E. o. J'UtA.' action of the Democratic primaries.
;jyj wa-_ and Builder I, .
, Mr;?Helm Is a successful business

For County Clerk manj enthusiastic for good road, aflrslclass
'... ,.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. .
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.... (U* vw "y. apwUI Vy 1M wwt To the Democrats of Dade County:!: dm engineer and well BiJider of the Palm Beaih dote!
.r.w an rand th _toct of a h.... I,tAU this method of auoaaclq equipped to All the olllco.w .7 I .
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char u_ at flm B ir ._MM
_Ooa & Carnal,*mot tk* fia aMtiaa my candidacy for the office of County House Moving pecialty
t .vlaUf nrantoi sawn iWida.bmstlar. Clerk subject to (the action of the FOR COUNTY.COMMISSIONER. ...
G.- .a lag act Ooiam kmtklaf.Delray. .
M First District
Democratic primary and wm appreciate
: .Florida Tony support that 'my' friends I[!'respectfully. announce myself asa Miami florid a "
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can give me. Respectfully .. candidate for the office of count I "
A.W. Graham :z..'1'.' Merritt. commissioner' for the L First District, '0 '
.' ; subject to the action of the Democratic I .
.. Contractor and Builder For County Treaearer primary of May 14V "the Tenth Justice District of Dade at the !coming Democratic 'PrtBsa 7'
Satisfaction To the Voters of Dad County: ']!$ EarHarty. DuBols. county subject to the will of the Democratic a* candidateor; membership Ia the A

, '01IaraatHcl; I hereby announce myself as a candidate Jupiter. Fla. voters at the coming primary board a! 'public v Instruction ,1
,, '" for renomlaaUoa the office election.- W. H. Morrla. S"t7 Dot wen equipped either aa
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La. agars rra.tw t s4 r.s yn. .
, .ey. K.tecwcm>, r.r.i.b.d. ... poaM aM J of county orr.nrw.ject to the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. or a* office-seeker. But It I* "
WU call 1.4_,.. P.0.b.*t14 UM IJ1 actloa of-tfee Democratic Primary. -!p| Second District -- FOR CONSTABLE true that I hare had some experience
; election be held Ilay'alth,1104. To.the Democratic Voters. 'of Dad Tenth District aa aa educator; aD4 'u.-.* such th*
'c. H. Baalenoa.Miami. County: I hereby announce myself a candidate people want my service Ia the modest
.i i st- Expert' Typewriter Ma.Fer. L.aereby.announce myself ss a caD for the office of constable la the but Important office Indicated I know
r dldate for the offlce of County Coav Tenth Justice District subject to the of ao ;uffldeat reason tat' refusing
.RepatrifigY. :County Treasurer missioner from the Second Districtof Democratic Primary to be held May this serrlce. I do not feet the tare 1

To the'Voter of'Dad County: [Dad* county subject to the wU 15th. 106. of office, and I eaa not contend for .
, C PRESTON, Having Mea Identified with Dad- of U* Democratic voters as expressejat'I Pierre 8. Titus.FOR I office; rat I stand ready to respond Te rash to w t er aaa d O* ,.. km. :Ith.
; to any reasonable request to err*. '
the
: 3049taSt- P. 0.'Box 311 county.-elnci'18UMvtg.does the f$| 'coming- primari_ Paul C. loa_. CONSTABLE I The rest 1* up to tia*. drop la sled tab ft loek ttDoat
very beat I knew how aa aa ladlrld- yon.W. '
1 nil,dtisea to make It a.prcepfw' < West Palss Beach\na Tenth District I I w.'I'utI. oar la 1Pbolee Mfr j jset
Emil" A. Chmann county; fearing lived at both eats ASSEsioRTo'fthe I hereby announce myself aa a candidate I Miami.' Ha. April IL the u..1 *
:, of the county IDol having ailed a J FOR TAX for the omee of Constable ia I : ','
public,office so' that the people nw Democratic Voters of Dade I Tenth District of Dale county subject Suffered Five Year*'with Kidney JOHN SEWELL A BRO
Architect: know whether I do so conscientious County: to the Democratic primary and .
and Liver Trouble
twill be a candidate for re-aomlna- ask the support of an my trfll1c11.Relpectfull1. I for smart TaDortae'
.. 111 now offer myself aa a candidate HeaJauertersj
f West Palm Beach :FloridaMerritt&Koib clod at the coming Democratic tidy ; "
for the effice of County Treasurer 1J. Twelfth street. Biaoays* ao.*
offlce of Tax
foi Assessor and respectfnHy
lhe
w.-J. Wilson. "
1 ered fire with
subject to the; Democratic primary.I au t for years kidney
1 need every rote that I can get and solicit your support'i and liter trouble, which caused see -
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trust that my.friends whether ia the i i Geo. O. Butler. FOR CONSTABLE veil pains across the back and a blindIng -

. ", city or country will not forget mon I|;| FOR CONSTABLE Tenth -District heijacfce. I had dyspepsia and. Money TO Loan
Real Estate, Ratals.* 'dtSt.ta' the day of the primary la return !L%: Tenth District I take this method o! announcing was s9 constipated that I could not j jOn
. Mrpe1 for which I'pejmlse." If elected to ("hereby announce myself u a can myself a candidate for the office ofron.table move my bowels without a cathartic.
perform the duties of the office with I was {cured by Chamberlain's Stom
ub-
Are. C, near 12th St. Miami. FU. Jldate for the offlce of Constable li for the Tenth district.
aa much 'courtesy. ,accuracy ,- I that; Tenth Justice District of Dad I ject to the action of the Democrat. ach and Liter Tablets and nave been
promptness u I giro to iry prim county, subject to the Democratic pri Ic Primary election to be held May well nbw for six months," say Mr Sh or Long Time ;:
DR. E. M. LAW business Gee O. Cnrrte. nutry and ask the support of all mjfriends. 15th 1906. Arthur] 3. Strickland: of Chattanooga,

Respectfully, SAMUEL ROUNDTREE.FOR :. Tenn. I. For sale by Blscayne Drug
< DENTIST For'Tax Collector.' John F. DeBerry. I Co. and all druggists. Easy Paments

? I hereby announce myself aa a candidate > MEMBER COUNTY I Chamberlain's Salve is good for any .
:: Office over Sewell'a Shoe Store for the office of tax collector: t FOR CONSTABLE BOARD:: OF EDUCATION diseasf of the skin. It allays UUI I BKK HM*

,; .. .;- Artistlo'Work Thoroughly of Dade county subject to the acttot II Tenth District Itching and burning sensation Instant.'y. I
Ex.>oirtod of the Democratic primary. 1 g4 hereby announce myself as a can. To the People of Dade County: For sale by Biscayne. Drug Co.: Dade Go. Security Co.If" .
.\ With The Mo t Modern'Appliance Thomas 3. Hardeo. I dUate for the offlce of constable 01I. t t"r Urgent request for use of my name. and aU druggists


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h\\1 :Souvenir Post Cards, LARGE LINE Of SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches and JewelryREPAIRING


a = .,.. ., 3, To Select from in Florida 'atWHALER'S ..

I'4 20 cents a dozen-l-i I : >, JEWELRY STORE I -, 1 1I x.-


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t:, ;: Report of,the Condition of WELLS & GRAVES


The First National Bankat ( Town Topics J Are prepared, to exccute, .

-- orders in their
Miami in the State of Florida.at
the cloM of bn _April.I..l'1OC

RESOURCES "' L.-- :..:..:.. ., .. __ .. '_ ----..
', _...__......__.....FLa1Tans 1 'j ;; I Millinery Department .,
;,: ,l Overdraft and 4&COIIftta.--.ecaredaad.nsenred.; ........?__...,, sa.i.5 ,<'" I Miami Arrived .. BRO8SIER means .*!. Investments
1. ., U.S. BooJ to ...,..* clrcnUiuttPfcmmm -..:.-.___-_ SVnooo .:, THe steamer-,1Uam1.. ,plain White, I I ..

;' ..\Y BM<|.......,.on...U....,S.etc.Bond_.._......_....---r----____.__....._..._--.'J7.JCJOO.'O.;*5.1o!' .....'..';: 1...... arffred in port this morning from Key I Engineer: Dill Returned I'e.i&"Uer in of silk.the dark latest straw Spring and: flats:
Ila.kmgbo.e.farnitartaadatarea-I 30.fwo.co \\eit1\ and Havan..wlth a number of
Engineer Bert Dill, who left here
materials.LadiesTailoring
1.55.,10Dw
Doe from National Ra..Ome"( ____.....).... 11.734.11 passengers and considerable frelht.rG1 with I weight stIe.J
from State Bank.*and Banker --- about ten Jays ago the yacht
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J Due from approved ttem.----_....__... y Clara, carrying her to Punta Gorda.
Check aad other each ...___ S-Ossler wants .ta list your property I
_. Kate*of other NationatRaakL.-- .._ wn.oo I... i.-'** and, afterwards Joining the yacht \Vau- Department .'j
!; tavfnl Fractional moner-merre paper carrency la BankfRedeinptiaii sickles....__and._Cesu.......___ 33,00000 334.00: I ,cutab. bound up the Mississippi river
!; food with U.S.Trea.crerfln percent tore Jour pianos or turnltture at and thence to Red Wing: Minn., left
"_ Ii of circabtl....___--___.. "" 1.00,00 th 31L1inf 'Furniture Company's storage Ithe I 1 yacht at Pen&tcola, and returned 1 For .treet. carriage and evening cost mts.
____ .__ -oII'II.44:; '
Total 'i 317 and 319 Twelfth street., :home last night. Mr. Dill has another waists tailor gowns and coats
LIABILITIES If? I and more lucrative besides a permanent

.:, rapiW.toc'lI paj..la___.,.._._____* 52-5S'5S Rebuilding Watson's Store ; position under consideration, : 232'Twelfth Street Miai
... the Interiorof which the .main'cause of his
It S.rp t.! .Und__- _-. 000.00 }he; work of rebuilding i was i
II- Undivided praflt I.M ezpenm and taxes paid rob.J9 ine Watson hardware store, which leaving the Wancntah and retaining .f -'
.. National Baik Note.o.mtaading- ..._.......__- 5O.OUO.OODoe |! I
to State B ak. and Bioktr.___. 4-'e..nladividaldepormabjecttocbrck..1.366$05 wafcbadly!: damaged by fire a few to Miami. I .
..". weds ago. Is now nearing completion, a
Dema.d Lcnificatc of_deport.27.11.11... ee.63ea.ker'.chickso.tnta.diag ,i'" an l'4.1ll again be occupied by
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Cvrtiftcd cJoedra.- --- Martin's Shooting Gallery has a nice
1 ... aw.iu f36tA1e.05' :< early date, the th"l l
1. -. company at an
_____._ ,')7,1r'1L44 prize this week for the highest scorea
: .TolL.- better ana more
being
rangement
manddlln. Hhere is chance
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your
State of Florida County of Dade**: a tractive than before: OpportunityMen's
.. boys to have more music ai home. :
I.Edward r.Romfh. 'a.bier of the above oanwd ba.k.do MC I Saving
j.. toUmnlr...-urtkat the above natecr at I*tree ta the tmt ;
.,. of mj "kaowltdge"and belief. .. ,, knythlfg you want done, sidewalks.sewerage Fine tenement on lath:! street 'and
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EDWARD C. ROMFH. Cashier landscape gardening: roads
the Pcnievard. partly furnished, atreaionab1@
bunt; lands cleaned. See Frtd Batter.

;; .t, .W.H.Correct SF ITZEJL.n..t.::Director M.SHAXAHAN.EDWIN A.WADDELL .- ,:' Miami."4''1, 'I i{'109 Twelfth' price.street.J. JT.' Chamberlain n's Suits at 34th their eel Value'

sefM. me thi 10th day of I '1
Sabtcribed aad neon to Kihgfish Still Striking
April W*. Frederick H.Rand,Jr..Notary P.bic. Although late In the season parties Brossiri wants to list your property

1.: JhcrDl.IMIooI"piree8ept..l9OT"l '- who-;went to the fishing rounds yes I
;(' ter, ay report capturing several king For Rent- Out of town residence at I
:,k fsl;;and seeing a number of others, Cutler; 8 rooms and bath. Bay :.rent You may safely figure or !saving?
I'I th&igh In small bunches: These flea large grounds, low rent. Apply to !,
we very late in coming to this part : \Vm. Fuzzard 335 lath:! street. I at least one.fourth on the following .
I''R of=e coast last season, and now it
ap rs they are making up for the Christian Baptists specials for this week: '
104 time by staying later than. usual. A new religious sect known as ; ,
Christian Baptists has been formed'n I .
MOSSIER means mare vttmenb ths! city and expect to soon have a '
: !?re; membership. The organization i I-\ L; Ibt Cat imere suit, double Finest Blue sfrge Suits, satin I
.REDS. 'ante'oJ for five h;existed for some time but having breasted model lined, C11 AA
11,000 on .I
years $7.00 long.
.R ,' Imiroved{ city property. Box 71, city. :0 public meeting pace services have I at.. . .,. . sacks at. > .
:. --j been held at the homes of differentxesVurs. .
.1",. "" .. ,. Splendid, >;ht Ca i-rere '
This week however,
'., : Window Displays a : Grey Flannel 5 nits'
t ted osuit'7'O.inO'
,.. 0 """' 0 tent was purchased and located at the gle >rea $9.00
I
I k -....- '''',- Visitors to the city are attracted by de.s-t! half lined a' . .
,, h-r-ssplendid; window displays made,crrxer of.Avenue D and Eighth street II
byjube local merchants and which where public worship will be held for I H UK SERGE Suits. single UnlinedVor ed '
equal those of any city both in attic I the first time tomorrow afternoon at 1 $5.00
\ I.rca-
tlc3ttrrangement and design, as well I S o'clock, the public being Invited to at ldWd$6.00: suits at .
Carries as many passengers: climbs more bills: goes just ;a as'in' the value and variety of the attend. Jsits
i fast: uses less gasoline and tire: is safer ai d more easily arijcles shown. One gentleman, a;j lijack- Cia \7or-ted Suit. in Black Thibet tf IC AA'
1':. trC'Ued.tu1t' as luxurious and"comfortable and costs norpern{ ,dry goods merchant being j BROSSIER means REAL ESTATE all ctylc. satin lined at...; ,
less for repairs than' many cars That wll for double or tre- vem pronounced In his praise of the I -- I at" jg,QO ,
ble its price. :! ::, Send for the REO book that tells why display cade by merchants In their. \I IW NOTICE I Linen Coats and Vest to

o.'s. I i j The 1tn11Ie:1t! : Market closes thre3 i I B ue Flannel Suits C A clOII them < Jt .
I 00
hours every day, from 12:! to 3 p. m.. I in alt .tvle. it.. PlV \ at ....... . ....$. I .50
1 'NOTICE 'x.-ept Saturdays: and Sundays. '
-.." the dry goods clothing and i"days open all day and SunJars: satur'l I ,
I- Miami Automobile Co. lettdlry stores will on"May'1. begin I, '0 8. a. m. The above r
cl ng at 6 o'clock p. m., daily ex-j j take effect May 1. A. B. Doane.
13th Street sear Post ffice .. ?' ce Saturdays, until the first of Nojreaver. Miami. Co
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Clothing
: I ,. .\ .. ) Miami-Merchants Ass'n.to I FIRST CLASS II

Water Traffic Idle Miami .
Avenue D
1306 Florida
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traffic/ on tt: water has been at a j
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practical stand still for the past ev i, Table Board and Room
.r I raldayi., all of the pleasure boats;' ,.
thai'saw hard service during the past j '
t Great Reduction eeiton either being berthed for tie :
summer or under repairs. 'A largbl $30 Month I HELD tip FOR AN
i" number of key freighters are: also in j per MP'
porgbelng fitted and made ready for "

r;. In ,Gents Summer .Clothing ,and, Shoes 'hith'h*{:moving will of begin the moving key pineapple within crop the MRS. E. C. BECK: almost! any, CaJ f lase,. or wagon! ever "

... submitted ,attention..
,to r will sheer
ae;fttwo or three weeks. This crop .
and Ladles Skirts GOING AT 'C.OST.j .'s hid to be 3 heavier this season than 1 I< our skill I In ,1. ,-lrJn.. No matter ;
| 3vlrybefore.! I 9 I jI 12th Sreet Facing Royal Palm I'I how much out jsf ,order. your vahlclo.

maybe we ., bo ablo to,put It
\ Loan 6pp. P. O. Seventy 1' thousand budded Jung,' Into con ... once mile. Coot '
qty .Office EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTANY i
j an4 fTspefrult trees for Priest] '
: e- < ..' t : ,_ _, tt j,. .' 1&1. trlffllno In, ; ;..... :to saving .ta i
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from 15 to SO'eestaeed"foi price? BUSINESS I '
new pureh |
llstdpf punerL.stock.. ,Boar Brothers,| _BEST REFERENCESFRED. 1. ae.'l I Eli t ). !

I Lltt'e' River. Fla j E. RANKIN \ J. A. DAMN ';:f
g BOX, 572 JACKSONVILLE FLA.

.x- Don't tall to register jour child forth I y, 423 Eleventh Street. ....... 'Fin 1
':'pedal summer term .t the. Mlmi .
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?Ccaservauwy o.-'Mare. G. M. DYKES I I.

Hustling RevetmentThe.work : 334"Tenth Street, '

:.. -, of building the revetment An kids BlMitsrithbg cad Rep* Miami Transfer ;
atjfihe beach entrance to the new "
". .y:._.,-.II'',"', :, ,. t.: ,'.)it' 'v.; ..' .. ....' -' 10' ship'canal on the opposite side of the Week. W..... Btfli t. Order
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'.:'fi bay.'Is'now well nnder way add win I 'f
HORSESHOEING A Sped.ii.Burkhart
probably be completed within the next m<3nth or six weeks. A lighter load Company '
Of tock Is being carried over by the
.. a launch Oget and placed dally. Capt '
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R SC. Ross, "president and general 229 12th: street Phone No. 157 and '1121 Avenue D, Phone 110

manager of the company doing the LOCK AND GUNSMITH Garage and Stabl 11th street near Ave.- },' Phone No.. ,,100. ;
work Is In the city for a few days, 't "!.1i\!
in4iwlll go from here to Key West Expert Repairing Horses
md pry Tortugas. where he has workon I Carriages and .!
government contracts under way. Avenue Cbetween 12th and 13th St.

I Au.tom9 il .. '

; 1 !{t I I IT'hire bj the hour. dare week or month. Automobile: ..tora -;- ,

I' S2. 50, $2.50 $e, repairs and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD ant .
',;. mobiles.- Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities '
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... I+!f moving heavy freighL Omnibus meets et err,train\: Baggage _
transferred. ALL orders receive PROMPT. Attention.. "
and and I -itI .

Watch This Space .' '

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$3.00 ,$3.00: ..... "
I FOR> FIRST }

; ;I; '" L i'. CLA SS .... Horse-Shoeliijg: '

it AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE ,'I'

**t ewe j-a- I For next Thursdays sale at L. F. LaFont.see 768 7th
'B Side.-tb1.-patent"Gib >n l: have irod'l of soft- ;, i : ; .. Std l 1
black.kid and gum metal; ie-nricty: of shapes and designs. '
-They are here, in:all shapes.and leathers at$:!50 and 53.00 -

i Dade Co. Title Insurance


:Magnolia rocerY.CompanY'1' and Trust CompanyOF

OF MIAMI. FLORIDA
INCORPORATED

I : '; '. e. : Up Capital $75,000. $12,000
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; Insures land titles prepares abstracts of tines, loans and
I Telephone 84 Cornerccive D and; dd 4th : invests money on its own account and for others. Acts as] -
j agent attorney.in-fact. trustee, asaigneeJe.-ecutor.: receiver
wNt I or (l1ar !ian. Address all comm mications .to|
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he Price that make' Everything: For The I-J ouse :the price that make


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r. you will have to purchase jjersonal eta Motes \ ,office; matt be sober and have some "POP" -
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knowledge of the ; .t ag.1
1: < H 5 '. ,\\'i.' j 'grapher preferred; state salary expected
r ; ; permanent position to right man '
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i'.. .u A. Bay Biscayne Lodge F. and A. il I j( Nextttme try Blue Ribbon Lemou J. L. Jones Arcadia, Fla. !.
will meet tonight for work In the thira 1 I l or" Vanilla. Satisfaction guaranteea ,
degree. All members are requestedto :or your,money back. CONFEDERATE VETERANS t Ie evsrybetfy name fer VALUE tIaNT I
J WEDQING I ue present promptly at tie meting !i oft drink. All Others take ,r

hour. 'I BROisiKK will collect your rentsLost Met Today. and Provided For M,m- :!|. New they ftff\ all make when our stock U ..... Tres sir

.' % orial. Day Celebration rut Norma Marlines ijecnt tttu to the
k Summer the Jtntherford : highest priced good la the afire
rates at
r GiftfWe'H Boarding House, 223. Ninth street Tribune wheel lost at Ar-' I'[ :he,.'. a Digger money wore GIla .
mory.Findei,!;Second street and Avenue D. At the regular mommy meetJa.of'I "Cascade"CIngerAle "
'I can be round any "where la tft dt=
'will please return to Metropolis Tlce Anderson Camp, United Confed--
4x For Sale- Cheap,' two desks and office erate Veterans, held this morning;, th' !
i;.. one safe. Miami MarketPicture ; actions of the previous meeting pro- 'I IMPORTED ANDDOMESTIC
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tiding; for the celebration of Confed-'
An entertainment will be given at f CICAKS
fran.es made to order. The erate Memorial ,
the auditorium on Monday evening. Day April 26th were;
Racket Store. ratified, though the veterans and theDaughters ]
30th. for of
April the benefit the Ladles'
singly, by the box >,r by the fhoas M
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of the ,
Confederacy the! I
Aid of the First .
be ready. for you when Society Baptist I of superior qnsllty and fax perfectdltlon ..
latter first {
baring decided that It
Chnrcn" This I the male of
J. edition
The Reverends M. and M. J. If I .
,{ the day comes with the right! the. Old Maids' Convention would be Impossible to participate In We are tile exclusive eettlereI at small price AH ow ddb
: Harris, evangelists; who have _been and abe the services I of "Cascade" In this terrttery.l are kept so'that.none of thee IrIIe-
the
': the'RIGHT spending. ; the winter here and singingfor Goods PRICES date but afterwards i l a gingera alee ranee Ia' j
I the First ,Methodist Church, will ever put! on the local boards. Among ; i t but none to compare with II II I
close their engagement; with the seri 'those I i Who will take part are Messrs. BO. will unite in the same. i j I "Cascade.* Be au".etI...
i ices tomorrow morning by singing the f Harry Culbertson: J. T. Sanders A. The program as outlined by the veterans "Cascade" and ne substitute .
new and popular song "The King's E. Hiter. R. E. Hall E. F. Well. is to meet at the court Souse: I
I I I Business." The evangelists will leave B. Dan Keith, H. P.Bragg. .at 1 o'clock on the 26th. and listen to I I 1
Miami for their northen home next \W- .btogerl_ and Claude Bro,.-n..Mrs. 'an oration fcy an orator yet to be Mall Orden given special sttefttlo
; Richards selected anj march from there to the:: .
AYNARD & SON i Wednesday. Celia Phelps will direct and 1 .
i this alone insures a splendid performance !cemetery.it here the graves of,the dead j jI I
I r' feSquibs veterans win be decorated and tribute !:, Acm Bott1 Works
1 The Gautler House will be open :or I ng .
JEWELERS OPTICIANS paid.their memory. Cigar
the summer at summer rates. Airy The Man
I I AH of the secret orders of the city]t
Net to Peetefflc4 Miami. Florea rooms and fine cuisine. 35 cents each at the Miami are invited to participate as well as.;: MIAMI. FLORIDAI
Market? labor Grand''I I
unions
city officials,
I j'hEl I 1 Sixth Street. West of the Ice OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAYNE
Factory *
Wanted-- Clean cotton rags at this :.I,.., .Army veterans, Miami Rifles and alii< 1
[ I m Wanted Clean cotton this I others. j __ _
;' R. L. Mercer 10 ee.I' .: rags at i .
oflce|li|* I John Frohock-
was designated as :
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1 ,.., I'' For charter, by day or week commodious ,I iI f marshal of the day. Ij I.I| .TH.C Miami Decorating \CompanyW.
i '207 ATOM D .I launch. Hoosier. Apply Captain -I Crushed rock for sale. Apply corner j
l Bob,Denny Royal Palm dock. Avenue B and 7th street There are many people who can I "
t We stl staple l .and fancyGROCERIES : read human nature In the lines of the I I C. CANOVA, PROPRIETOR:-

The gold'medals offered by Mayor Was t'J Decided band. They ten to their own .satisfaction I ,
Success
John Sewell and Hon.:.J.. W. Watsonfor The'pnterulnment|!1M the what kind of a person carries House.Md Stg.:1/ i
given at andItorluni -
English'and oratory, respectively, the hand. There are others who can n : -
:last night by the lower grades f '..
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among; tbepnplla of the Miami public
Fresh Snd. .Canned Meats and evewfaltyj school, are now displayed in the show of |V he Misses public school under the direction1 head. 'There are others who can tell ai.Dt g
McCul-
Klngsley and
that b fit>< for:,tbe luble. Your credit window, of Maynard**:!Son jewelers, logh, attracted 'a large audience and by the penmanship what kind of a :. ii
next to the postofficeT person he is. and in each case there Is
opticians Theyare
peed for ow week only. Al parties who proved!;decidedly Interesting and well much truth. .' F
do not remtt promptly SlId be tit off- very beautiful and attractive.. ana rendered. All o* the little ones know Did you ever stop to think that you Paper Hanging and Kalscmlnlng :

wBboni further aotlcf well worth will be competing held next: week The at conceits the' their respective Uod parts and pieces perfectly can tell a firm by Its advertising! Agency Peat's Wall"Papers. ,

auditorium. I l showed that much pains Study the ads In this paper and you '
are cake had been exercised In drill- will be surprised how true to life.they Call or write for Estimates.:: Phone 181. 1315Ave.DLike
r !Ins ana; training them. The enter are. This It a better test o* our theory .
M0 FFATS For Sale Eighteen fine laying tanmept! was a '.uecess throughout than any thing else. You know _
hens; Brown Leghorns, Black Spanish and both pupils and teachers deservethe :he merchants and you can JuJge; how
c. 215 11th street.. greatest of praise for the creditable far wrong we are. : ,1. i
.' r a : 1 performance and delightful evenlcg There are the firms who have been in
;For Sale-One piano, one drop read afforded. business a long time and have a fair
Dairy:Lunch Singer machine, decorated dishes"and rt r business at a good profit They are FindingMoney
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gasoline range.1-; Inquire at The Oaks, Umbrellas repaired and recovered.Leave satisfied to let things take their course }
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cor'13th street and Avenue B. Racket Store Their ad tells that they can be found
at the same old place and their
goou
:fVerythlng new' including The City. Load Office Is closing out t'1 -- are the same as usual: so there ll no ,

-. thee balance of their Easter stock of For t -' Four room fnrnlsheJ use to change the reading, hence taelr .

building' ,' 'making the Men's Suits at'.:'1.:, cottage on 20th street.' 115. ,Apply. to ad stands the same an the year and "
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Aor.Itr.Sla after .
year year. 1
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deallest'and neatest din- Messrs. ]L E. Grnber and Joel A. There are other firms who m.keHnutlonal ;.' '
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Dean of West Palm Beach were wants te lie yew property runs of prices below Ole )'
( in the :I among the passengers arriving In thecity *ost price and when you real It,you :. ;
city
tog room
... J this morning on the steamer Miami look at once for the hook for you knowIt ,, ;' '
Wanted Twenty-five tomato pick Is a bait because no man can sell. ." /h1 ;
from Havana where they have x, .. ;:
AN IDEAL, PLACE, been spending the past two weeks ersi bet re 1 Monday. 'Apply'Price- .... (i&.-: foods below cost unless he makes Unp .. '. ', ,

pleasure jaunt They report Marshall, Danla; Jla some other w.r. .
on a
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fOR LADIES having a most enjoyable time in,the $1 .e There Is the IIrm'wltb. the catch -. ;:- (
N OF DISSOLUTION sentence "We want your money.
Cuban capital.. and while there'saw lICE "
Not Connected with a saloon many, former Florida friends. .,They That was a fool thing to advertise ana
To Wbom it May Concern:. :he way It was run showed the firm
take the northbound train this '.evening 2 Lots 14th Sheetbetween
was new in the advertising field. It
'4Buttermilk\ ,for Palm, Beach The 'Contracting electrical'business on .
everu day at heretofore conducted under the firm was run until everybody was tired .
ROSSIER will collect yew rent name of'.Meyers ft: Robinson;'has this and the papers did not want to print i .
5c a glass Light refreshments jay.befi dissolved by mutual consent It'any longer. Then that firm madea I .

served due Seorge,Ji. Meyers having sold his Interest change of front and advertised that
Typewriting'done at the Metropolis they would fill order made to the
i hours. to E. A. Robinson who In.tbetutnr any
,lag,ell reasonable rates.MST7'. less than "
office at 2For jwill conduct the business catalougne house for 5 cents

= '.. ':: :.- I ,* !* i.:' Ills own7 name. All accounts due the It could be delivered from Chicago.Everybody ""*
of .
l 3rd dooreast Avenue Don 13th Sale- Four mules and three Inn of'.Meyers A: Robinson will be collected said It could not be done D 'andNovelty "

,street Prout B.aiJdiuJr.1f&imtrla.; horses, at a bargain. Can at once. l
McNeffl Livery Stables Hta. St.. and aCt'Onni., due the firm of Meyers ft: that Is always the test of value of ..- .'
S advertising. Their ads have been of
r tT Avenue Dol 1
Robinson will .be collected J'".E. A. .
the kind that It takes little effort 1
'and very
Roblasoa' all debts contracted by "' ,
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for mind of the observant. Intelligent
the
; tlte.firmwill be'pald by.lBm.: R t f!I' !
reader. and buyer to ,see thatthey
THE: RACKET 'STORE !r| Meyers % Robinson. 1
are up to date and leading In
1 ljt| Per. E.A. Robinson. ;
line.
their MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY. Works only .f.fI
l BRollIEK
I] STHIPUU mean Safe niieatmeim "We want your money: ',.. J ,

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P iacock Inn Furniture Sale '

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WRIGHT, MERE Entire Furnishings of Peacock Inn

I that tbe superiority of our blank money..M

I books, stationary and office t9Ask any 'Q.f our .customers w Cocoanut Grove. Dade Co., Fla. "
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Imakee Heelf manliest as they will .
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The quality of our goods jlI = .
/t /tlghost. and M they cost nei I We.m have a sale on shoes next t I To Parents: School :will Soon be Out!
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ly can i than eee"why Inferior It wilt kinds pay, you you certain, e pa. week that wlll Merest you"A"WE .5-yti" THE : .' F. Brossier &; Son sc, .
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Miami Conservatory of Music .. .1" '
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SMITHS SELL EVER.THINCANDtSELL : : '
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= IT CHEAPER- "SWllrhold 1200 Ave. D MianYCounselors : r *

a special Summer term May set to August 1st, In Violin,

ill I'a W.. H. Chaile. Son I Plan, Kindergarten and Prima/ Music. Call or write' for particu '
lari.nd: terms. A fine opportunity for the young folks. ,Practice 1

1211 Avenue D, Miami. Fla.* .? Pianos" supplied free., REGISTER EARLY it
l and Contractors
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WI .ue OAILV MIAMI MET"OOll. .a TU" a Y. APRIL 21. t...;. .

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) :THO.rW..MATHVIMIAMI: .
;' I READY FOR THEOLYMPIC :q'pmlc: Games they will break out ,
FLORIDA In full dress with lines of flags ez-
Mechanical and. Hydraulic Engineer{ tending from bow to stern.

TVIndmnij steel tower, unli, n-i 1 1t ti : 6AMJS.The quarters of the at nletes,.which
i atlas punning engines, galvanized I .re the Stadium, not far from the Great t3earaoce Sale

Hd black pip at wholesale. Special jiarbor, have been for some Thousands days the
.f Machinery designed and bunt Agent center of general Interest.
.. > Acetylene Oaa Generator. THOUSANDS OF PERSONS GATHERED pf j visitors, who had come early to.
i | make sure of accommodations watchId
AT ATHENS TO WITNESS: the preliminary trials and exercises
!! tMiami Skating THIS GREAT ANNUAL CONTEST: (owing their performances with the ATBUD.INES

: OP WORLD'S ATHLETES j i keenest interest..
1111| wan a great Idea 0: the Greek t
I government to revive the Olympic
Rink r dames! after lapse of nineteen centnr-
Athens April 21- Thousands of vis*.
L Itors from all parts of the globe have
greatness Olympic: Games were held
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seat
InvaJed this city, the ancient
Op.N S U"10 a. II.r beglnersOpen of Hellenic culture and prowess and pace centuries.every four. years the for nearly twenty '
fourth
In century
2 U S m. (
p. all of them are looking forward with after
Open 7 to 11 p. m- eagerness to the opening of the great; Christ they were discontinued. ,
1 Greece had fallen a prey to internal
", Tuesday afternoon reserved far ladles.Saturday I'Olympic Games which will take place!;; dlssentloa and barbaric' invasion and
forenoon reserved children ..tomorrow at the Panathenlan StaJium, ass disorganized and .. the f
: : reconstructed in white Pendellc marble1 weGolden
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classical period, the Age of
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS ,and with strict adherence to the clan,
Hellas, Greek was athlete and *
an
Admission 10 cent. Skating 29 cents sic style on the site of the Stadium every i .1 1-
,.,,' grit St. Wed of lee Factory. Upstairs Herodus Atticus.Everything ot the National Olympic event Games which were quadrennially the great continues with renewed interest and vigor. ,

Is In readiness for th assembled thousands of the most famous -
in The Good Old Summer Time great athletic contest, which will 't of the Greek athletes to /Athena, We add a number of i nportant items to those already! mentioned ;I
M" You Will Find at gin tomorrow and will extend over to measure their strength and nimble-
period o.' eleven days ending on May; uess against that of thousands of othei I :1
2. The magnificent stadium which!athletes from all parts of Greece. _,
Johnson & Tompkins has a seating capacity of more thai Grtat was the fame of the victors In ,
sixty thousand Is completed and a..al She Olympic Games.in those days and ,I <
ing the enormous crowds of ipectatorl. some o' the names of the most famous 20 dozen ladles gauze vests, taped neck Yard wide unbleached,Domestic ;
which will be present at the opening, and victorious athletes have been Immortalized $ I
5 and lOcVariety ceremonies to be presided over bjr: by the records of Greek and sleeve, worth anywhere 20 yards to each customer for ,

the King of Greece in-person. |Ii'| history. ten cents now 4 for..-__l.s'JG j
12 yards Lonsdale rgetMet
StoreAny 'Probably never in the history of the About ten years ago the plan was I
world has there been an athletic tournament -, suggested: to revive the Olympic Game 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests, I OKr Not Bleaching for;._+ 0 ,

," useful article for light housekeep of similar magnitude at least on the same site.where two thousandnot worth 15c, now 3 for::.-..... .... --.*-vlu .
since the days of Attica's graniivt'jtr. : years ago the great' athletic contests I
.. In tin, and wooden ware.A '
granite
.nice line of door and porch mat*. Ever/ civilized country bas were hell The idea met with a gen 12 dozen ladles' gauze vests J 25G Great Line of Shirts Sacrificed ,
g sent its best athletes to this gigantic eral acclamation and the first meet
Lamp, rvgs.. Conch hats, etc. A fine worth 2oc, now 2 -
'tournament, carduUy trained for thli which was held in Athens in 18996 "
assortment of toilet article, notionsfor for"t t ine of Cluet and -
supreme test cf their strength, skill; was a tremendous success. There '
ladle and gentlement.Outfitter* ttached and de-
Ten dozen
rnj endurcnci1 |ii'f: were! more than four hundred thousandspectators '
-In small wares, for light.housekeepingNo. tached cuffs. Also coat shirts which r
The city bea&l fully.lltuated upon : present on that occasion. black, white, blue and pink; worth
1017 Avenue'D;' Miami, Fla. the historic ground rising"from the: The American team carried off the 25 to 35c, now two for... 't. OCp we we' offer to closes in .TWO LOTS
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Piraeus to the crest of the rock strewjj :greatest number of points. Since that
hills encircling the magnificent ban | time the Interest In Olympic Games One assorted lot of silk and wish stocks Lot 1. Cluet attachedj and detached cuffs
bor, presents a. scene of InJescrlbabW, +has wonderfully Increased throughout and coat shirtspriced 1.50 t Of. -.
"Wire for Me beauty. Nature has don a great deaf'or he world. The completion of- the worth thirty-five to seventy- 1 25 i P I L\J .
Athens and human hands have ad($: rraznincent stadium;which was made five cents, your choice for-..-u....- G and 2.00 now--l---< .
ed to the-natural beauty by tastefullyIntroducing 'rIulble through the munificence of ,
touches of color by means l' e laet George veroff, a wealthy Twenty five dozen ladles fine .linnene Lot 2. Monarch attached and detached

:' and I'll Wire For You" ? flags and bunting, which! have beeil Eplrote, cost fully three million franc hemstitched handkerchiefs put 3 In cuffs, worth 1.25, no;!
up 95G'a
,- lavishly placed on public end prlvat and furnishes an appropriate setting at .....__....____ I ....
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uildlngs. All the ships in the Pif,for'this greatest of all athletic tonrna- box, and worth 10 to 15c 15G 'f"\ -

Phone 176 gene are displaying their....Jags and toy>mentl.R'EAQN'SI. This sale box. I.... .
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.:'{ C. H. BROWN 100 lawn and silk baby caPs at half: price Special Shoe Announcement

.:. Keith's I Konqueror 3.50 and 4.00.
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Lawn and percale wrappers L-95G J

'1113 AVCMM C worth 150 now.._..._ We are exclusive agent* for this famous shoe
t "" 'f.. 1 J For: style fit and service this line baa no superior
'l Lam Klmonas and sacques I
45 and few equals) JUST RECEIVED
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For Bnyin_; n' Htn-peed Ball, Bearing"Standard" worth 75c, now._...___ a new line,in all the late and. popular styles,
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Meals served at all hour 410 12th Street, Miami Florida

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medicine. be_careful .

l in 'what you buy, .and ; :- I The Contiaehtal' t ..i ;

where you buy;)1L. It.Is, I Miss Eva Yarborough

not only'Important that- Shuttle Rotary'Sewing ;I- Atlantic Beach, Florida '

you get .the best values F_ Pianist. Miami Consenratorylof Mr.HE. SEMIS ?; \. ..ddanegeiOpened

,, but also that you .MuskMSslstedbyMr.aadMrs. I :
Machine! March 15,1906
get goods that give you. FrankHi Wenan Bosh and ,

i. satisfactory results:we, : <) Mr; W. C. DeGarmo :n n: '.Through parlor car, Palm Beach to Atlantic Beach, train 74*

have a reputation for ONLY orfE REASON t 4

furnlshIng'saUsfactory, I ,On Atlantic Ocean 20 miles from Jacksonville, via KE.C. Ry'.
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.. and Reliable Goods'f ., For buying any other machine, vii It la cheaper. But there la mere differsvence at Fair Building : '
+- In the h"Duality than In the price The Continental is the latest Addition to the famous

The "Standard" Rotary Shuttle Never Stops when the machine la 'Florida East Coast Hotel System -
.. .. in operation. Old style shuttle'start and STOP TWICE: to each sUtch- Tuesday Evening ,April 24 J, "
Just think of the strain ani that this makes! The "Standard"
.. : extra ; wear Bicycle chairs ponies for the children, golf links tennis
CANDIES Rotary. ,Shuttle moves onward fconUnnonsiy without a Jar.
: 'CIGARS.Tel. The needle bar has only two'inotlons to very stitch whereas the vibra court. bowling alleys, billiards and pool, ball room for dancing

AND tor bar has four.'s i jeji .( Admission 35c. Reserved Seat,50c automobiles, livery .service surf bathing fishingdeep
No balance wheel required & carry motion over the stops an.starts. and fresh water
The momentum of each stitch helps make the next. '' I'Investigate
Less noise than any other machine On sale at Bush & Safford.

Cor. RUN3 75 PER CENT LIGIJTER THAN OLD MACHINES '; Piano' Co.,. 225 "th Street.i
3. 12 St Ave: D
<. The roct that It Is the mOlt;tapld sewing machine made 1s conclusive Beginning Saturday April Before:
proof. that.It Is lightest runningihd; good evidence It Is very quiet used.1ittt'KoIb Investing
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T--'iIa: the most rapt sewer: makes two motions of the treadle to three ol r .Ist. Steinway'piano
'other machines'In sewing the slime length of seam., It makes ITS stitches
We are Now Ready to hurnlsh while others make 100. ifi Wind Power '
It makes bot the two thread;Jock stitch and single thread chain stitch. '

Tribune Snclll It makes the prettiest and (Most elastic stitch. M Has been adopted,bj the.best people 1- of; the country aa the
Tensions not changed by change of.speed, size of thread thickness.or \ cheapest power for raisin*, water. Note the people who Jure
goods nor length of Itltch-wh4lother machine can do as much.
them they could have' steam and air too if waited
gas pot they -
r Does not'break thread wheel the machine Is backward. _
and; other ; no it. I handle the beat mill made;ad.make a specialty qt thi.*.
\ ', The "Standard Rotary has ,the oiggest bobln of ,any lock-stitch machine
: business and with mechanism that I hare
\ Holds 100 yards of No. 80 cotton I my pump just been
'J % RIAL ESTATE '
.' makes< ofBicydesThe"bicycles The tension la released when taking out the goods. granted a patent on. I will ual1teeJ] to double the capaatr,
value and life of wind outfit "
BARGAINS will
The shortest needle used tnblock-stltch machines-therefore less liableto any Any infringement
bend and skip stitches.V3 i MIAMI'FLORIDAA be proaecuted.C. -
Feed motions all poiltlve-piio springs used-hence machine win feta I
over an thickness of goods and seams without "chewing- cloth no matter 1
what length of stitch. || H. PERRY. Cocoantit 'Grove Florida
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Will wear twice as long as;:other lock-stitch machines. fine 3 acre bay front In Ceoeam*t
,. Best act of attachments lu 'IDy machine self-adjusting, and fastened to Grave goad house, well set In feeartnf j
the presser bar In place of the IDOL tress riparian Hants. A fcargaUh ,
Best ball bearings fitted wjth adjustable cone screws to take up wear. S Lots on 14th street between Ave aBurnhaml
See Dr.
Most easily threaded of ftnr.machlne made. nuee C and D. 1
Beacuse all sewing machb.e.companles are testifying to the superiority .
of the "Standard" Rotary Shuttle by bringing out and offering for sal Let en Sth street between AMHMI
and other rotary shuttle machines. These machines they' do' not" attempt to sell. C and B, '1100. I, years ......... ] I and,
goods are the best standard snowing they are defective, owing to our control basic patents but they HWIM and let en 10th street be.tween .. The Miami Surgeon Specialist

goods on the market do use them as al1 argument against rotary machines In the effort to sell Avenue and bay, 12750.. j ,
their old style vibrators. ;"J i -
if I If ua show you this Eel j If yon are a sufferer from any Chronic Disease, Ulcers,,Tumor/
really want the besljnachlne
Hartford and other Tires.! yon ; made, let us put yon "Standard- .
la your home. We Invite col1 arlson. If you are thinking. purchasinga 10 acre My front. $3090, cheap cert or any Blood Disease Catarrhal I iaeate of Head,Throa "

Coaster Brakes fitted to sold machine drop us a.line and we;wlll cheerfully put a Standard In your horn ,south of Lemon City. Lungs, Stomach Bowels, Dyspep .iaJndigest'on, Rectal ,
wheels All work ct 'aad lfyou; don't,111' ,It Is thfiVERT<< BEST, then we don't want you to 25 acres hammock and truck lands Diseases, Female D.seascs
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have It and It"don't cost
you aipent| Isn't this a fair proposition? 30( grapefruit trees, finest In south ,

Best'; ,new wheels for rent OR WRITE TODAY CASH OR ON TIME good Dads,house 11 year and old.beautiful 200' young ground trooi Ofl l; All Latest Electrical Aids Homeopathic Medicines .;u

\ 231 12th' Street. Blue'Front at: Th rock road. 15500. You shoal
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county
: Ralket Store see the view at our office. I: and a large Specially pieparec remedies for Special worij
:35 acres on Lumen Cityroad.. 1C o'Ldis: :
Maid I in Attendance
L Carroll & (Clark acre 5Iear.d. House and 200 tress J Aliajs
Good view of the bay. for a shirt: From9l
W. H. Chaille & Son
; ". Agents. Miami, Florida time only 14000 #t iI Upstairs in Metropolis Building. m. to 4 p. m.San. except:
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"j ., I UNOFFICIAL 'For"County' 'Commissioner' r '

District No.5.
" Honest Goods 4V Vote for one. I i

;: d PRIMARY, BALLOT KIRK MUNROE. : jaEsitEargaihs '

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(iii E. G. TWEEDELL. -t

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for Member County School Board I
FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF ELECTORS
First District
18 p /four \ IN THE DADE COUNTY I Vote for one. We Her few closes properties for the seat 10 d.t '

Iy\ T----i a ,ogowat I
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,PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 15. '

f Cardinal Points of = 2 Iota 50x150, on. paved street In tine part. of'city each......S47UO
/ For Member County School Board
'i UiI Second District. 1 lot en. 10th street near Ave. C, a big bargain at ........ .11500KSOOO

Vote for one. 3 Iota on Fifth j strset. Men............. ..., .......... ......
g In 4he Dade County elee- ---- '
: Store order.thatll
1 ; Empire Dry Goods tort may 'becotte| familiar with tie : House and lot n Third street 6 rooms, fine place, easy terms i 9100

form and arrangement of the names ,One-half lot en Twelfth Street for ........... ..... ......... 2900S4000, i

N g 327 Twelfth St. i of the rarioui candidate at they will For Member Third County District School Board I ,Elegant home n 8th street' ............ ..... ... .... ... ;

appear on the official ballot to be voted Vote for one.W. [

p Miami 0 In the May prlnary we have' prepared' I Riverside lots selling rapidly, but we have a few chote .Me' .,

I 0 IQZ'Y' an unofficial baijot which"will be found 1- W. FARIS. i 1 I left at the following prices: '
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a '1'I For Constable. !
We;have onj-;placed on this ballot 'I Tenth District. I I Corner lets e Twelfth Street..... ...... .... .......... .$1230i

\ :.' '. the names of Dose' ,whom" *e knowto I I Vote :or one.JOHN :i I Inside lots on Twelfth"" Street.-... .... .... .... .... .... .91000
be canJUatef'for< the various office
Other names gill; likely be added be-, i F. DEBERRY.1V I Inside lots on other streets...... ...... ...... ...... ... ..9750

fore the time-elapses" for the placing o.*' H MORRIS. Corner lots on .other streets......... ...... ..... ..... ......91000

assessments iti the hands of the executive I' .

honests Dealing: committee.In .sA UEL ROL DTREE. Remember tha water, sewer, lights, paving and street railway will ,

signify ingf-?}our cholce for any all" be down there ,In the n.xx sixty days.J. .
candidate the !titer should remember PIERRE S. TITUS. 1 1i k
It is well known fact that our store has -
a '
.. ,t that a cross mark must be made before W., J. WILSON y.i y.

,become, .famous throughout this entire community left hand the ,candidate's sUe.f|| If the name cross or is on made the !I For Supervisor of Registration.Vote +

; for furnishing' the: people of Miami any and all on the right bfljid tide the vote win for one.J. i i jJ1 H. Taiiim & 10.

not count for the office in which this I '
goods in the dry goods line from 50 to 100 per error is madeljNj ; CI3URTESHAW|, I I '

Any marks1P'earlng on the ballot for Fish and Game Warden
cent cheaper than': they ,have ever ben: able to (other than taij cross) for indentin- Vote, :for one. M '

1- purchase heretofore.! We propose to establish our cation or mutilation, win invalidate -i I ,;kZl CANT BE BEAT 1! J

1 same; and thf.Jjnspectors of election la spring time the housewife\ ';
I: business on a basis of moderation and to continue will not countJlhe ballot. -' i y r jt her spring cleaning the farmer doe.'
The ballot ait prepared Is as follows: I d ,his spring planting and each low
M.\YOR'S'
same the year around. We therefore say to all f PROCLA' rION.A r i 1 I their best. It's so with nsT We never 1
attempt a'
UXOFF1 IAL BALLOT resolution of the city council 01 ? .
r people who are forced to practice the most rigid 'I PLUMBING JOB
l I jf' the city of Miami, providing that tne

!. economy: you can be supplit'd at our store with any Democratic {Primary Election held proclamation o: the- Major, of said.. ,without intention of doing'work that'rani ''
May 15. ISOC.idPrecinct: No. Dade city, giving notice of an election to be e. There's !plenty cti{,
L and in cases County, norl Make a cross (X) + spring plumbing to be done; and taaM
neededequa as cheap 1 '
1, goods many' mark before tb!name of the candidate be held in the city of Miami, on the I I .. .!.;+.,,. why we ask for your ua1n.... Gee;
.l fourth Tuesday in May A. D., 190, iif. our good wort.
j 1C eaper. than that offered you through the medium of your choice Prices no feigner taaaothers.
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, \\tf same being the 22J day of said month I j I'i..

of i1d.Ca"t demonstrations.. We For Representative in Congress for the purpose of submitting to the t ;;,itia.. .,. .....'__ H. F. SCRUOeS A :,
'' Vote or Ones, f qualified, registeredoters of said t IH ATMIM D 'rOo -

I give you G& UINR'BARGAINS without any city the question of the issue, and sale "
FRANKlCLARK.,. '
of One Hundred Thousand Dollarsit100,000.00) Southern
Marble & Stone :
For Justices} Supreme Court of city bonds, be spread o.
' Fake Frill or Fancy I' the minutes of this council and
II(Vote for tWo.J*i upon +.1] S. HOOAN'STREET. JACKSONVILLE
--; that the same be published for the period J H.a iauart.rs for .
I &: of thirty days prior to said election
; I CHAS. PARKHILU
A Trial will soon Convince you. : '1" ss required! b": law. Building Stone Marble, etc. '
J. B. JYHITF1ELD.For Be it Resolved by the city councilof .
'" er (; the city'of Miami: > "
MOSAIC AND TILE WORK
Ift Railroad CommissionerVote : That the following proclamation of\ .

: V : for two.|It.;[ the Hon. John Sewell. mayor of the ., 7 FOR FLooRS. BATH ROOMS. MAN rELS ','
city o: Miami, at this the regular
EmpirE : THOS. ;41 APPLETARfr -: meeting""of the city council of say .l/y/v' Mcnameath: General Cemetery Work etc.Barren ETc-"l,
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j. city, held on'the'19th day of MrTA.D. .
I
' -- Workt Unexcelled facilities Taos !
: J J'e.cldl'"Pro.I' Serrtc-
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E.- B. !1AIL EY. 1906 which laid proclamation is
in :the following words and
, figures;
NEWTON A. BUTCH. to-wlt:, ,', / RITTY BROTHERS1Vachifle
w Special Election: Proclamation of
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BURR.For } : Mayor of the city of Miami and Notice .
R. .;., r* the srxa '
To the Voters of the city' of Miami. Sho
Goods Store County RepresentativeVote
I Dry for and 'lejFsbllc; at. Large:
: one4J. r / I, John Sewell, mayor' of the city
of Miami la conformity, to' Section for th New Kra: Gts (1A
w, ;ITATSON.GEORGIA.
-. L WORLEY. council of,the clfyf of-Mlamf on the .-- rtJ+lie' engine 'repairing a =, .' : LTV : y
;/. 11th day of April."A. U1906. and signed
TWELFTH STREET MIAMI
327 .. T F. H. Wharton, preside -- f"the
: For:Clerk of Circuit Court city council attested bOfrrTT. Kellnm. J General Repair Work
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" All packages,delivered to any:.part of, city:,free: of..charge;' Vote for,one.fe| ,, SEUGEV6 clerk of>said dryland approved the 50* SEVENTH TREk T MIAMI. "1-, RIDAFort'
.. ; 11th of MffTA. D. 1906,
.. .. ,- '\- ; day / signed ,
I H. DIM1CK.: Johz'Swe!!. ciycraad: entitled:'
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*,1 Atf ordinance authorizing the issue
s. O.'FJTTS., of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of

: \; I k.F::WeflAHN! State City of Bond Florida( otvtbe..cityof: Authorizing an Miami Election y'

: Mm Business Di recto$: J. 1'.\' JAUDO the method for such of purpose holding and such providing election, Dallas Land Company

and further in conformity to the city .
" \ Z.. T. > ERRITT. charter of said city hereby give notice ,

The Out of Town Buyer, and those'within the city will find in the and the same is hereby proclaimedthat "',.
", '-...' -list below the add....... of Miami Merchants under 'For, Bounty Treasurer -- a Special Election will be held '

classified heads for.. ready_reference._ v .' Vo'e.for'one. \ : ., in the city of Miami. State of Florida Has on its=Listspartiruiarlyattractive ;
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on the fourth Tuesday In May ,
a.11- ,. "- I : GEORGIA O.'CURRIE ;;; A. D.. 1906, the same being the 22d
E. j day of said month or the purpose of
,
'"' C. H. RACLERSON submitting to the qualified registered
Patsot'atett- ,
f Fresh Frult! sad vegetables a.
I voters of the City of Miami; the quesUon'of '
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}'Utb Street.Cor. Art D. Miami ,Article.. Stado. Foit Tu Collector. the Issue of One Hundred $"I N I .IT"-* fur '"

IS' sClaiu. Vote for one||. \ Thousand 'Dollars of City Bonds of
f Fancy Grocers. Hay. Grala both restdencf' and bn-irn-v" .
. the city of MIamI. State of Florida. : 3
' and Kapea* ,Fertilise E. C. BECK, T. 3*. .QAUTIER., = *, No person shall be1 allowed to vote .Y.1r
... es. An investment in liaini'rtal restate
Estate t In said election" .bo is not a registered i po .
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. J.. L'LUMMUI 4;6 and a' T. J., HARDEE.: voter of the city of Miami, and a resident a .'"
.Miami Fla. of said city, and who shall not is safe; sure of quick returns }
Dealer In 'Groceries, Grata.Fis''L; l *. "'" Fo jTax'- Assessor.. own real estate situated within the

# Hay ,and, ,Fertnisera.IU A HUDDLESTOf Vote-for;.oneSj '_ .* "S limits 'of said city upon which the I rI .
taxes have been paid for the yea
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. 12th. 'Street UlamL and Insaraaee tGEORd c'y-O. BUTLER.., )3, and who shall not oe a qualified I, .. .
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street Mlanti. n.2' elector In all other respects under the, JOHN B. REILLY, J. E. INGRAM* M. ..
THE... MAGNOLIA GROCERY -For County Commissioner j charter of the city and the ordinances
:: CAMPBELL X /f. Di.trlc :No.1Vote' the reo Agent Dallas Land Vice-PresldentFcrt :
Dealers In Groceries,; and I.a Fe'1 Dallas.
Hay ,
1 .' '.,. -' ', ,;' Goods ,dot-, '\ for' oriel '. ;:The inspectors and clerk who shall
Orate.' : ; .' 'a.nI ,hfDP.- conduct skid election shall be as follows -I"_ Company, Miami Florida. LandCo., St. Au uM1ne. ..
:,- J. : Inlll ton. A. J. Kolb< R: J. .. j .
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..D 8& \:: '' HARRUBOIS.; '
1'.C ... and 4th Ml .mL' Miami FlaIkL.'ofton J. ; Mathers, andVhas. A. Mann; Clerk I \

'U" C. Wj MCPHERSON. John H, Cheat m. I J. "
" The polls shall\e open_"at oclock i Thousand Dollars '($30,003.00),; to be' differetff,kerlea, towlt The, Sewer ,
'i .... .. .o.t". J ',. For County:Commissioner and close at sun-dtfwn. .'t called,, and know as Sewer BondI.I Bon;1s,numbered' from oije to thirty. .
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: 1 f' I, 's The ballot to be used In said election 1 Inclusive; Street Improvement Bonds
District No. : For the purpose openlng.wlJening
&! Vote'for shall be prepare*, by the ltj jOf in a series numbered from
'to
{ cinigMachine one,. council and shall be In\the followIng -; twenty, inclusive; City Building Bonds
l GEORGE B. BAKER. form: "For City Bonds" and '-J the city to till amount of Twenty in a series from one to twenty .inclusive -
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: t Against City Bonds. Thousand Dollars 110,000) to be ; Fire Department bonJs in kInclusive
I'" T The Inspectors appointed to nduct called and Street Improve-l
.Shop WILLIAM! H. series from one to flfteei ;
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..1<" said election may require each\Der I| rent Bonds.I luJowJ" Park and Promenade Bonds In a series -
fe tor offering to vote at said election For the erecting a public
PAUL JONES. from one to fifteen in lusln. Sald
AcroSs' The River. ..
f : 34 furnish proof that said elector possesses building to of Miamick
bonds shal be Issued In
the requisite qualifications as herein( to the amount of Twenty Thous- denominations'
l For County Commissioner defined. jan Dollars noooo,10) be called and of One Thousand Delia-Is each and
i 'WiU'repair"youryengine'on short'notice. -- District.! No., 3. t Said election shall be held at the knoVn as City Building Bonds. .hl< bear interest at therat* of lie
Vote for on*
city hall in the city of Miami
For the purposeof; establishlngjnain per cent per annum, and shall mature .
Expert Gas Engine' Men. We WALL That said One Hundred ThonsaneDollars lainlng and equipping a Fire Department
, \ : carry R. L. \," of City Bonds provided the, and become payable jthirty years: "
to tB amount of Fifteen Thousand -
issuance of the be confirmed by from the date thereof aad shall be
a dynamos, coils plugs, batteries, wire, T. A.'For .! NnELD. two-thirds 6f the same voter participatingIn knows Dollars as \ 15,<100), to be Bonds.called and sold at not less than the r par ratae.

t : :screws, switches, '. ., County Commissioner said qualified election at Mid herein voters prescribed participating .Toe tat Firexpjpartment purpose of opening constructing Witness my hand and the seal of ,

$-'" ? 'District No.1.' shall be Issued and sold In the severalamounts and maiataing public parka the c1t7'thli 1m day of April.. A D.
Vote for oat: and for the municipal purposes and promenades! located within the 1XX.
r' city limits to the amount of fifteen .
follows, to-wit
& -A.,'Lei 7A.11ea.: For as,die of: constructing Thousand Dollars ($15,000), to be called lob
Lof Eini purpose
of .
ion 2 0 and maJat&lDlac.tem of sewerageor and known as Park anJProinenadeBoada. Mayor the city Plio'"
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"3. 'J. f Bony. for otherwise promoting the healthof j Attest: 11. R. Whim ]
-x: j the city to the amount of Thirty Said bonds sbidl be IsnedMa flre (Seal) tab Ctsrk.rtej. _

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; Thirty years ago' u the age of,seven Mr Dimlck as COUnty. treasurer ,to '
fill the unexplre.1 term of J. F. Lamond. C
years Eugene H. Dimlck came to I resigned. Kfhat same fall he, and
with his parent Closing The 2lsf
Dade county and was elected to thg.'eame: position and Saturday
and4.relatives. settled at Palm Beach. was re-elected in ;$900. ,
In 1881 his family removed to North I Mr. Dimlck wa ;feot again a candidate -
,. Carolina, where be attended the com for office uijtil he was Induced -. .
mon schools near their home, and by a committee cOmopsed of the representatives '':j
him of th_ labor unions and
where his father died compelling J
) to give up further schooling In order pthers, to beconjef a candidate'for __
_, :s to go to work to aid his mother In theI' county commisslpuer from the Second "
support of himself and two younger Commissioners' District at the last
1.. sisters I Democratic Primafjr in Dade county, i,
s His first work was driving teams oh and was elected ;i'&r a fiatering ma5Jjrlty. .
the mountain roads between Highlands \ j i fi I. ".
North Carolina and Wallahalla.. For nearly slxtei months Mr. Din v I
Sohth Carolina. A year later. his 'Ick has served aa-:Bounty: commissioner .
mother died and with his sisters b.- how well he fc'is served and wits 1
.. returned to Dade county, where he has l1I'bat Interest and Ifldellty to the trust Owing to the crowded condition of our store there were
',;' since resided. i Imposed Is well kiown In his district
". When the town of West Palm Beach: 'and throughout the":county, and needsno
;\ ..: was first incorporated ':ugene H.Dimlck'was'elected encomiums "heie. Suffice it to great many things we could not show during tie past VI eeg,
on the first city say that If elected Clerk of the Circuit
'council, where he served with credit Court, the cltlienjf Dade will haveIn
1 to himself and to the community. | him an offlclal; .
A little later he was delegate to be competent anLticourteons but per-
the' convention at.West Palm Beach j form the duties ot the position with 1 ';
.. which declared against the convention; the fidelity and careful attention' that j .
system 'A nominations,, and In favor j
of primaries. \ service-in : ;
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SECTION. s= MIAMI. FLA.. APRIL 21, 1906 'PAGES 9 to 12. '



F,,. OPENING' OF NATIONAL- I MY' POSITION AS K I CANDIDATE; --


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GAME IN NEW YORK CITY I In soliciting your vote for the, office of Clerk o: the Circuit Court of Dade, County I wish to call your attention to the!fact that 'I

1. l' I appreciate that I would be serving YOU. I realize that I would only be clerk, and! by; that I mean that I would be serving your Interests fully
Just th
i 5 same as If you should employ me to look after your PERSONAL business affairs. *
"( I am no professional politician seeking to defeat any one, but I want the position and promise faithful careful, efflcien! and the
I courteous treatment to EVERY citizen of Dade County Florida You are the a plover, ( want to be the employee and requ samet
you to markDAOV

, Is Regarded! There As the Beginning of Spring-Other Interesting t i\k'l i I-;" your ticket, as follows: X JAMES F. JAUDON [ '.

.. .--. Topics Discussed By Our Gotham '
t.r.c Gorrespondent.1 WHAT MY HOME PAPER?$ SAY ABOUT MV OAND :

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..;""'. I CAPT. j. F. JAUDON CAPT. JAUOON ENTERS RACE

New York April 21- The opening In Paris. At present no matter, how t tq'

K?.' 'of the baseball season'seemed to start excellent the pavement laid' down It -
Is no looner' place than gangs "ot I
Sspring Itself, and people acted as If It' For County Clerkship and Makee
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workmen are digging Into to get at J Miami News, March 11, 1906: '
.' they .had at last shaken off .the Inca some defective pipes-steam, water, a Four Cornered Contest
t" bus of t winter. There is no denying gas, sewer and the like. If these !t1 n Captain J. F. Jau Jon's announcement, I
a L the tact .thit New York and'the country were laid In galleries In subways, all I"
that would be necessary when repairs in yesterday's Morning News that he y.. t t .1
r at'large as well Is crazed with the j
were required would be to locate the Metropolis, March 10L 1906: ;."
ass would be candidate for the office of
baseball ;enr. The newspapers leak and the repairs could be done at a

f filled'with the records of the players, the least possible expense. It would County Clerk, bronchi to him during Y; l The race for the county clerkship

9;;, the experts are writing up the heroesof require only the lifting of a lid, whileIf ,s; grows stronger and more Interesting
the, diamond as though they were the pipes were under the center o! I the day the assurance of'the support 1?
'; heroes of great battles. Business men the street It would take digging undet each day, and with the announcement
. In their counting rooms In saloon, at asphalt through' wood crushed stone i of very many of his friends. Capt. of Capt. J. F Jaudo which appears

home, and evenat church are talking and perhaps stone again, the streets Ii Jaudon Is well known and has many W till
baseball and with such technical being blocked and the surface disfigured In the Metropolis afternoon, the a

r knowledge that It Is evident,they>re : and disturbed beyond restoration pi warm friends, throughout the county lu '4, contest assumes a our-cornered as-1
:. posted In all the details. Newspaper 1 to the, exact form that markedit :r .
L writers are Inventing all kinds of before it was disturbed. The water who feel thatjhe. Is well fitted to fill pext, with the prosp ct of a fifth, and

" ,alang phrases, and multiplying the gas and electric people have the the office of County Clerk and who J even a sixth person getting Into It
language In a-most fearful way. Indeed i e city underground pretty well mapped OJ' '
within the few
?. ; It Is chargeable to baseball that I out and they seldom make much of i i I will make an earnest effort to secure J next days.
, the game has been responsible for the I a mistake locating the trouble; but I s Capt. Jaudon. th latest aspirant
Introduction of more slang word Into the plum Is knows
: we through
than other In there from the disordered surface. It
the language any one i I
that his excellent business
"'. the world.--. But the "fans" do den j! would pay the city to buy the sidewalk qualities ; out the county. Ha Is commander of
light In rending the games and are rights In front of aU the oust- -
are coupled with a commendable the Miami military [company, and la
f happier now than they have been In ,I nets buildings, and lay galleries there. 9
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many months.! and perhaps they an.healthier. spirit of local pride and patriotism private life Is a commission dealer.
.... they get plenty of fresh Theew York Central has been .
Capt. Jaudon U hon rable and honest, :.
air on the bleacherles. and when they buying up all the land on both sides and it crops out In the interest which
", open their mouths wide to shout and of the city of Peeksklil on the Hudson, manifests In' and competent to sei ve In the office of
he the Miami Rifles lit .
- yell the pare either rushes down and so that today that city can't builda } Clerk of the Clrcnl Court. faithfully
washes all the' dust of the winter off dock for public use. The railroad r keeping the company up to the standard JAMES F."J A' U DON '
;;1their throats. They also get exercise company has an army of men leveling and well The cap ala will make a
} and the bile Is thrown off their livers, filling up, and putting the property in 0: the best military organizations .THE POPULAR OAND'IDATE FOR strong bid and be 1 close factor or
and wltbont doubt they are much bet. good shape This Is done.by the rail- 1
, ter In mind and body and perhaps road,company In order to control alt of the state. OL.ERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT party In the contest when It closes.

: spiritually a* they feel.better toward the landing places o lithe Hudson River -
f- their fellow men. Nobody ever heard front This action is taken In L1 I. I
'i. of a, man's cutting another mar's view of -the great exposition that is : In seeking the position of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Capt. Jaudon realizes that those who are not with hi*
throat on a baseball field and no great announced for the year 108. Very little history and ability, should -be posted before they cast their vote for him for such an Important office familiar ,
crimes have Invaded the diamond... It If anything, baa been said In thv I Captain Jaudon Is at present engaged In the commission business, besides being one of the largest vegetable and fruit growers In thla sec
,: fa oar great national game, and long New York papers about this huge enterprise tion. Before coming to this place some eight or nine years ago, he was In the orange growing business la Orlando Orange County.As .
may It en Jure., Naturally New but the< river countries are an office man he Is eminently fitted for that position and his long experience In handling all kinds of business and accounts win be ct
Yorkers,;reel delight.that the Giants fullof it..papers and people talking I! Inestimable value to him If yon should decide to cast your vote for him 1 J j I ,
; won the first game. *These Giants are about It constantly. A large number As to character and honesty he stands In the front rank, at the last city election he received a very flattering vote for tie position of cUf.
:" real One fellows, and are evidently of,steam shovels are'working on the tax assessor and was elected to that position. ] j
;; going to,set a lively pace this season, big peninsula extending Into the Hud U For a number of years he has been captain of the Miami Rifles and has no superior In the State National Guard,whea If'comes to military
! but It was too. one-slded last season, son river, and called Verplancks matters. Everything Captain ,Jaudon does, he does well i )
. and It It to be hoped 'that some eta" Point The ground Is being leveled, : You.could do your county no better service than by voting for James Fvjaudon and by casting your vote for him you will be placing the .
will work'up' such a"score as to put swamps filled up and the whole surface right man In the right place. 'I" '

, the. Giants on their meW., made ready for building., .A great MY PLEDGE will not go outside of the county for my deputies if you should elect me to the position of Clerk of the Circuit Court
:;,.' army of.laborers Is at work, nd they I
t' The city 'has a number of old lad: are fairly transforming the place for j.NO1u.s.j.

? tea when It love to consider Its wards. i the millions who are expected to visit JAMES F. JAU DON
They stand on the familiar corners, the festivities that will mark the _
. >and sell apples and fruit., and have I II" 'great event One of the principal feat- i .- ---; -
I" done It for many years many of them 'I urea will be: a commodious Academyof WEST JUPITER JOTTINGS

;.:,' ,bavin grown old at their posts:'They 1 Music, which will be a permanent ARMYUNIORM ; I J. B. Hawkins. B. I. Lasteter, J. E. Lummus.
tU;; 'are known to many thousands of people i linatitution. and will be usedv for the I Mrs. S. Rhymes Killed j I
f who pass them in the morning c_ of American Leaves Two wednUdaY'1
i: .their way to business and repass them !music and American music producers.I CHANGE he Miami Grocery Co.'
their' for home. It shows what a peculiar set of newspapers
i' at nightfall on way West Jupiter, April 20.- Mr*.
; Some of the old ladles squatted at the metropolis ha, that the Rhymes after' missing her two year S.j t
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the positions they leCured,'and stood subpect has scarcely; 'been mentioned old 'son from the house Wednesiaj I lwent Staple and Fancy Groceries
::, their ground against all comers until : here, 'and It. 11'doubtfullf'one New I
I, In search of him and finding he I FRUITSand VEGETABLES
there came a general acquiescence Yorker out o! a hundred has ever
j. had crossed the railroad she attempt
:'In,their occupancy of their places as heard of jit while the whole upper part OF i ERS ARE CONSIDERABLY i Our
i ed'to cross,ahead 0: the train after'him of is and this
stock
groceries complete we we can supply'abou
of the State Is aflame it One \
by tight of possession. One woman ha,. over I
a newspaper station""at. Nassau and thing Is certain-that millions of money GRATIFIED OVER REFUSAL OF I but was struck and Instantly everything required in the baking line. Out' aim is to keep
i Fulton streets; she stands In the gutter are to be madeon that dreary h* I killed.She. leaves, a baby 'three only the best class of groceries and our prices on them will be.
THE WAR DEPARTMENT TO months old and her little boyaged two '
found to be Goods delivered to of the
; right. promptly any part
,..with her. lnlt.a'lamp, looking.Vanplanck's Point In 1909 and b" -'
-: has the
Mr. sympath
tf:, 'post She lI1&I1Uel'to have her heel before that time. It has laid practically CONSIDER 'THE' PROPOSITION of years.his many Rhymes friends here In his great) city. i Our fruit and vegetable stock always freshJ Give us a call
tr: ;unmolested by the trucks and Is at unused ever since Henry (Hendrick ,' bereavement
: much the owner of the spot as thong ) Hudson .alled past It.In the Miss Susie Carlin Is spending sev Telephone 20 .335 Twelfth Street, ; FloridaArmstrong's
> It had been deeded to her'In fee slab half moon and has been,a useless appendage fj I eral days In Fulford this week. Miami '
** ple..All the other sellers of papersrecognize of the great river whichwashes Mrs. Ell Sims and sister Mrs. R.
.3 her rightsand never attemptto Its shore that people have ..,_ bington D. C.. April :i.-R Is a I
of in Miami
A, Cure spent a couple days -
; sell aJar'papers ;wUh1a{ ;the '.cirelsanrroundtng wondered:wbyIt: '1aaa't,been carted source of considerable gratification toarnijrfofficers thll' week Mra.- Sims returned

her. and constituting her away. to Oil up .some. noxious. territory.. that the War Department home this morning and Mr*. Cure left J t
Another old lady squatted
.. ... territory. has refused to consider any material for her home In Key WestCRITTENSHERLEY
. some time ago on the 8t Paulabuilding' Mark Twain Is spending Ms"declin i .
, but ebebe.sells Just;! so man) ,lag years In a manner that gives him i chniges, In ihtjr uniform WEDDING

:, every day because scores of newsboys great comfort and enables him to doa lifJt i r realised In .the department Meat Market
sell papers to people before they great deal of benefit to an classes .hai no matter what the uniform ';;::1rbeihere
Gets Fair
: reach her. Another has a stand oa of humanity., It Is becoming quite Another Congressman a
the 8t Pant's churchyard corner. The the thine,110wadar., to read of Mr. are those who win and aa American Bride I
church authorizes her to do this and Clemens presiding at some public function opportunity To suggest changes, all I IS THE PLACE J t
, have her, sell rosy-cheeked apples In aid of some specially deserving mote or less expensive to the officers, New York, April 21- Miss Mignon
; there ror. year 'after;year and she poor, such as the blind' the cripples who:must tarnish their own apparel Critten.' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De Why pay enormous prices for fresh meats when you
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stands there la the hottest sea or the the orphans, and such societies General. baXee,;while chief of staff Frees Critten. of Grymes H1U. Staten I can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS
coldest wind and exchanges her, apple u have for their object the lighteningof hellthat: the uniform was,oa a practical Grand and Representative 8wagerSherleyaf I tor much lesa money at Armstrong's Meat Market.,
'" which are always the very best the burdens of the affUcted. Mr. :basis and his successor General Louisville, Ky., will be married a I
tor silver,or ponies -The 8t-Paul Clemens fa""easily .the mOlt popular Bates, agreed with him. There Is ev at four o'clock this afternoon at phone 161. Corner Avenue" D as .11 th Street
people are very generous and allow man la the city and at the same time err treason to expect that the new chiefof the home of the bride's parents.
many-desevrtng'old people to use the the best known, 'everybody know i,ta4. General,Bell' will adhere:to Miss Critten and her fiance were I -

outside j portion,:of their property to Mark Twain and when his kindly face i this;;:vtew. If anything Is done with members of the Taft party which .. ssssYkmiiffs'
.s make a living. :'The government has looms up In a public meeting, great. the;uniform.' It 'Wil be ;:to eliminate made the famous trip to the Philippines
alao-been .very kind' and has allow IDtereat II ,always :felt, that feeling some of the styles of dress. which art and the announcement of their
." 'ed Quarters for making sales to many toward the gnat author' being ex considered useless but which are used engagement came.about the same time
.aa old woman until her name has become tremely-cordial, and there Is alwaysa for:show purposes only. The only resons as that of the President's daughterto Pharmacy
" a household word with the business good speech coming that pleases all. >that the fun dress has been retained Representative Nicholas Longworth
' men doing business*near, and Indeed. Mark Twain Is a sort of ever Is that In public gatherings, Kill Critten will have but one attendant i o .
onetime* for all the city. But sometimes ready Sanata Clam,'with an extreme where, army officers come la contact her sister. Kill Majorie Crittea. IMCOXrOXATKD
they 'blft .to'be displaced'u kind heart and a way of patting with representatives of other services, Mr. 8herleys best man will be Mr. I
Auntie Jane Noonan was the other day things that does his' auditors ;COO4. It ;li desiraMe to maintain a proper Henry Clifford Smith of Louisville and 'j
when an underling" at the order et Could any nicer_way be found to 0amlnate proportion i of, display ,It,Is ConaId'j,his ushers will-be Samuel Bland. Avery A Store for
Secretary Shaw.- told her to move on the path of him who II walkIng ered that' the uniform worn Robinson Williams Mars, Joan Drug The .p pleTbat'r
from the entrance of the Barge office. to the Heavenly Land helping field' by the American army la the most :Lorey and Richard Ely. The. venerable -
This U a .very crowded place and as. he goes all with whom he come. comfortable and best salted which Achdeacon George D. Johnson
"Auntie'Jane" was In the way.' he m' contact ,Mr.:;Clemens has the could be 'devised and surpass In Rector Emeritus of Christ Church of our motto, and it has been the means of adding hUDdredsJ .

thinks the-aathorttles wanted her business capability of fitting In' as'a presiding those qualities the military apparel of Staten Island, will officiate, assistedby' ] of new customers to our list. We jsell only the pur-
: and so swept her stand away. officer, with all the men who speak all other countries.' the Rev. Frank W. Crowder, ot
-J Just simply can"t: understand If and at the same time, sympathizing Suggestion of change In the uniform the same church. est drugs. All prescriptions are filled registered pharma
she says "what on.earth do they want with 11I1"bearers: 'He Is a"unique continue to be received.,but although Only relatives and a few Intimate; cists. I j We also carry the finest sodas and i ice cream in the city
.- my poor IIWe business torn: 'A great character none other like him In this they are examined and carefully friends of the two families will be
IE. many politicians are working to reinstate country or any other. With his leonine filed, no farther attention Is pail I. present at the ceremony, which will
Auntie Noonan In her old place head his kindly voice, his tender to 'them. The only change of any be followed ba reception. 2 Doors North of Postoff ce

, : and she has been more missed than though keen eyes, he takes right holdof Importance? which has; been decided .
'. many a public man would have been. one. Long may he live. tOLD onrdaring the last few day, I* the t Human Blood Mark
., : I TIMER. adoption of a new kind'of leggings A tale of horror was told by marks W. E. Youngs: Pres
:. ,r Pipe galleries, under, the Eltberg: recommended for use In the army by of human blood In the Lome of J. W.
I' bill now awaitingtheMayor's signs- Miami Transfer Company offers for the qnar'ermaster general These Williams, a well known merchant of
tare, are to be.placed In the new 'UDl sale 60 road saddle, coach heavy draft new leggings are a few Inches short- Bac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years Ed. Robinson
way." That la an excellent Idea and and'farm hones '.Harness, carriages. ei khan those In use at the present ago I bad severe hemorrhages of the I ,
l, will be productive of much money to new and second handed at bargains time! and are laced In 'ront, Instead of lungs, and was near death wuen I begun
the city, and greatly facilitate work Before shipping hones.for the summer oiKlhe side. taking Dr. King's New Discovery.It .
If; upon the' pipes It is a great pity we will offer for sale as fine i |tt Is not expected that any more cures hemorrhages, chronic coughs, Contracting ElectricianI019
It. that there are not'galleries In tnnneU line of horses as, evera' to theof I material change in the uniforms or settled colds anJ bronchitis, and Is .
r; for a.similar purpose. The galleries JState I Florida, at ,, reasonable pees r., equipment of the soldiers will be made the only known.cure 'or weak lungs
f: should be laid In.every street under 'Apply: at stable or write to J. U th}J year neither for home use nor for Every bottle guaranteed by all drug Ave. D' Miami Florida

t the sidewalks. as- galleries'are located.... Hanley, General Manager!.Miami. Fin urn| in the .tropic gists. SOc and $1. Trial botle free. I .
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STATE STORIES CULLED lOur Grand Clearance Sale is Now On



F FROM OUR VARIOUS EXCHANGES I ;.i and in keeping with our policy to carry no goods over from season to season we have cut the prices 'never before '

I 8 We want to reduce our stock as quickly as possible in order that we can cut our insurance down a1' also to make

!| some.changes in our store.(Last week was a banner week with is. This week we want to make a er one and in

I|| order to do so the prices are cut as below ,

The two Irish girls who were he might make. every. year he farms.

brought here several month ago by I Ten Commandments of Business Alfred Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known The] famous Paragon trousers sold in in high-grade!

J. B. Barton and C. T. Carroll and J. Thou shalt have no other occupation 111( everywhere as perfect in fit workmanship 14 90 story for 6.007.oo; and 8.00. our $4.95

Installed in their homes u before thee. and-materials] 18.00. $20 and $25 suits for. P price. . . . . . . . : :
left thl morning for New Ie"Ultl.j 2. Thou shalt not make unto thy ]pair of we have been selling a '
r self laws; for the laws ar..wrltten ,l 500 pants $3.45
account of the illness or and unchangeable; but thou shalt give 4.OC?, 4.50 and five dollars for . . .
Carron loiu line of men's business suits, the kind
Messrs. Bartonand diligent heed to my laws and keep I Big you buy
best' and
The '
: 3.50 4. oo every day pants ;
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the reporter this morolnj that they them and remember them. elsewhere and $ .9J
at 16.00 ,
I and |' .I 15.00, .I .I 17.00 11.90 made, good for hard service. now. . .
promises .
: bad given perfect saustactlon. That S. Remember thy our price. : . . . . . .
,; ,, they are reliable trustworthy and Industrious keep them punctual. BOYS KNEE PANTS
.'and that they would sore do 4.all Six thy days work.shall thou labor ana i! 754 Ssc and 90 cent pants for., . . : . .6oc

I .ly-h missed..They may return. Theu 5. Thou shalt not speculate., A few men's suits, worth 9.00 10.00 t6 90 1.09. 1.10 and 1.25, cants for .. . ... ...900

l' -- employers'hope so. Now that it has 6. Thou shalt not lie or steal Viand 12.00for. . . . . ;.. . 1.50. 1.2sand2.00 pants for. . . .. ,1.25
\ 7. Thou shalt not be extravagant
been demonstrated that these girls
make excellent servants, those em 8. Thou shalt not 'are avaricious. I I .
'. ploying help should jet Irish girls, 8. Thou shalt not put rum into tAymouth I Edwin Clapp and Diamond WALKOVER and PACKARD Krippendorf ladies shoes, a fine! as
brains. -
to steal away thy \
and by having several here they Thou shalt not covet. Thou SHOES sortment in broken sins and widths.
10.
'to J'em&ln.-lJv ?
could be Induced court earnestly the best gifts- [ brand shoes Shoes worth .
shalt 3.00, 4.00
Ook Democrat. it Walk-Over and shoes $2.45
@ sagacity prudence foresight perser- 3.50 1'4 oo and 5.00 for . . ..
Started New Railroad verance, alertness, order accuracy, .jj!| Edwin CIa P .00 and 7.oo shoes, Packard and Keith 50 and .4. '
Just as we were going to press a thoroughness and whatever is honorable g; the absolute bes.t shoe on Big line of these to '
Journal and above reproach. t5 31 $2 95 A big HIM of 2.50 "j'
": phone message came to the i earth, a few pair to close. at. ... . .. .gOl. 3. $3.95
stating that Engineer D. D. Rogers and 3.50 shoes for. .
bad started< out to survey the route of HABITS OF SQUIRRELS. $:
Diamond Brand shoes or more pair of
50
the new railroad between Dayton. 5.00 $3 45 Ll 195
DeLand and the St Johns River. B.w .TkM*Uttte *,!..!. .(the FM your choice for '! . . and 3.00 shoes for. .t ,All white shoes at bid reductions
', This work will consume the better ..t S.rrl.. Wl.tr. I
,. part of three weeks or longer and While certain members of the squirrel
% much of the work will have to be gone tribe store their winters supply of Mcns Shirts V Trunks and suitcases Men's' Hats
.r., over the second or third time before food In hollow trees, I think most of
It is accepted by the owners of the them hide It on the ground under old I _
John B. Stetson and Knox
new project roots brush piles and even beneath t
100 men's fine shirts in
of the road have assorted I 5 and dollar hats
The management heaps of dead leaves. Their tracks in 6
decided on the Daytona DeLand ands the winter woods seem to bear this out ,* patterns, mostly Man- r to close at . .4 35
t St. Johns River Railway as the permanent I While it may be that this frequencyof ,j hattens and Royal Palm are ':0.00 trunks and salt cases for f IMS .t. a

.' promise name that as bf soon the as new the line Daytona the tracks' Indicates a scarcity of 1 worth 2.00 and 2.50 I 45 4::! v $18.00 trunks and salt cases for $14.40 Young Bros. and 3.50 .....

".'. Council grants the necessary permission food find and a supply the traveling 1 believe about la the a desireto maID 11 Closing price .'! I*U.OO:! trunks and suit cases for $ .IO felt hats at sale 2 85

the ordering of supplies and material that these outings of the squirrels havea i fy' $10 00 trunks and salt cases for SUfi for . "}t . .
will commence immediately. definite destination because when J Big Line of Majestic Shirts IS.00 trunks and suit cases for f.40 ,

Daytoan. Journal.. you see them sUp across the snow to close out I 0 (5.00 trunks and suit cases for $3.11 All straw hats al ;

Governor's Mansion stop short and scratch a bole down to I at. . . I- S3.SO trunks' and suit cases for $2.80 20 per ant; discount
the ground, bringing of j
Bids for the Governors mansion up a supply !( I'
nuts or cones placed there In the monthof
were :opened The bidders Wednesday were as at follows Tallahassee. : plenty, you are apt to attribute their 1 Scriven Elastic Seam Drawers worth 75C for. .60c The famous Dayton Railroad shoe '3,at $2.45

,, 24645., Mr. J. H. Boden from Jacksonville I any luck haphazard more to a speculation.Of good memory. than to i Only three of the above to one customer Rajlroad! Overalls worth 750 at .wortt j . ..60cx

Bnrwell* Hillyer from Jacksonville the squirrel family the most prom- '
inent In winter Is the' black. He

':", 128.000.$%Gilmore 5.77'7.. A Davis, from Jacksonville I seems with pent-up to be flowing energy,over which all keeps the time him At above prices cash and cash only goes I

:: O. C. Parker from Tallahassee. In constant motion and yon sometimes
s $23.492. feel that you would like him to be able
After a sew minor changes were to talk and tell yon bow pleasant It I Is I I
suggested by H. J. Klntho the architect to have the Joy which flows from a
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: ,by which the bid could be a II,. glad heart Now watch him Jump-front I R'omfh
reduced the bid of.0. C: Parker of limb to limb rush headlong down the Anthony= Company
Tallahassee. was finally accepted as trunk and course across the snow In The
being the lowest bidder and It was long graceful bounds with no apparent
ordered that the architect draw up I purpose but to exhibit the happiness -
.' the contracts for signature for $22.050:! within him. '
., The mansion commission feel delighted His red cousin once in awhile maybe 228-230 TWELFTH STREET : I : : MIAMI LORIDA .
l': with the fact that this public seen at the entrance to his home.In i
building was let without the usual !the heights of some tree but in him no ,
amount of ,annoyances encounteredsuch I sign of exultation. He looks around I
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'as postponements.. reconsidering for spring to come and clear away the
of bids private sessions: ete. in I snow and BO amount of coaxing will l ii
; three hours' session the whole mat.I I cause him to utter a note.of scoldingor -h I w
I ter was closed and left for the architect alarm. Not all the red squirrel, Aft
and the builder to put up the however keep to the trees. Many of Oil Heaters
I bunding. Most of the bids came with ,them through want of food have to Matting
in the appropriation $25,000 for which ,take. to the earth, and their track in ,
1. the ,architect is to be congratulated.
the deep snow Is a heavy floundering of y
f Those present at the opening of i -
labored bounds as they go from tree to
the bids, were the Governor J. N.
tree In search of the Uri
C. Stockton A. C. Croom. Comptroller scanty provisions
t" and Samuel Pasco Jr.'* hidden beneath the surface. Here and and Furniture
there we find the scales
gummy of the
The style of the mansion Is modern ,
pine cones, the shells of the j
renaissance. Two sides of the house acorn the
seed cones of the birch and cedar scattered s
will have a ,twelve-foot wide porch,
massive columns about on the snow showing the .
f\:. having for Its twenty.'our roof supports and for artistic I food on which they subsist In greater I Will be Sold at Reduced Prices for th rty days
.There will be cochere I contrast to the delicacies just named .
effect. : a porte n the selling of meats u well as la I '
c for the Governors private office. often one will l find during long and severe other thine Ifi the quality; of our
t ., winters that the squirrels have attacked -.
that wins friends
"" meats new and patrons I, ,
t They Got Left .1 the hemlock trees by stripping very day By the way haTe yon "
t Three prominent young society men 1 them of their bitter seeds. When one her 5
tried us on an order tor roast
;, called at the home' of' one of our I Ij finds this, It Is evidence of great want, beef We offer the best Florida u4 J. W. Watson : : Avenue D
handsome young ladles one evening I and .merciful act would be to bring Western beef to be had.1A.
;' last'":week"avowedly" the purpose I some 'food'and scatter It about to'assuage *J

.". of.. preventing the young lady from the pangs of hunger which these B. Dune, Prop: ,
entertaining a rival.. The latter was little fellows are enduring.-Bacreation.Tt .
-ahed of.them,,'however,.,,and?when kVtvi '
.they knocked at the door he left the >. Bells .f Eagla.d.
parlor and wentto the sitting ,room. The metal tongue of the big bell rings Owners Pomona Nurseries;
;: .The:, young answered the door out many changes to oar modern ears. pntractors AND Property
: belt sndtiniitedthe! : JOIUII.'JDea't11lto It speak. of disaster and death of rejoicing
.;the-'parlor. After, seating them she aDd'd"otloUIn'England It Those wanting orange
.,. excused herself and going to the sitting often tells of old times and quaint cus I If you don't want to SAVE MONEYwe
room Joined the rival .u4'th.. toms. Mr. and Grapefruit T EES'
In
? Dltchfleld. a book on old can't help If do. come tojThe !
two repaired to the house of a neighbor England, gives some of the traditions you. you
and spent the evening leaving the banded down through the "tintinnabu lr aDd those contemplating planting grove 'in th1[ intnre, should i invest
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three "gallants" to play with the cat lation of the bells" gate our stock. We are now booking or ere for present
'ha, did yon ever get left?-Live ak ,la some parts of the country the bell J. A McDonald Co. and future planting and are offering. ,-
Democrat
which tolls the old year out ls called f.
the finest stock of
trees erer Dade
v grown m County highpme
1 th "Old Lad's Passing BeU.":In western .

.', *** Special* 'Fraudulent Examiner Land F. W.Patents'Marsh*on : 'England lay the *bells to celebrate peal merrily,tile escape onrOakApple -j| and bay jour building material Loug Leaf and high hammock lands. We invite' buyers to rart b

'.Today;,heard.the-endenee.te'. a,case i of King Charles at BoscobeL"An- all our DIM tenet and examine the trees We hare aU the leading
bat promises to-be a: more than ordinary other ben.:rung at the beginning of !| Yellow Pine and Cjpress of kinds.

Interest The action was Lent Is known as "Pancake Bell," because : I and best varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Trees ,.
brought by the United States against ;We also sell Lime Brick kinds Cement Sash Door
; ,In old time phrase It:summons ((4 ). I "
J..J. HcCaskin A: Co. .of freeport, '
and was to si certain quarter sectionof people away from their" pancakes. ) to [H Mouldings and whatever,else a builder requires Budded vn either Sour Orange or Rough Lemon 'RootsXnrterie 1,
land along the Choctawatcheee river confession and fasting. fi3 at lowest possible figure.
originally conveyed by the United A lively pal of bells la often rung at. located .n section 3, 2 mile west :(of Miami on rock road
States to W..J., Ward. The govern 1 the end of the Sunday morning service, : Vou Know where we are I 4th- Street. Miami. Florida als near Little River and Fulford. By securing tree from home .
ment's contention Is that. the patent and is called "Pudding Bell PerhapsIts I nurseries.ion take no risk of importing WHITE FLY or other insect ':
was procured through fraud., '-. purpose Is to announce to the stay diseases.: This i* an important matter which shonld not be overlooked. !
It 1* understood,that; MTeral"thel at homes that service is ever and that I Large: illustrated catalog with price and description of varieties: J
actions of'similar nature will be com- the pudding may come oUt of the oven. i
menced of the government Is successful Every night at five minutes past S"Great It Chase
&
IK establishing It's contention la : Tom." the great bell of ChristChurch Chase & Co. Harney .wri-tuCrlffing; Bros .
Co.
the present Instance. Involving a large I I college at Oxford booms'out Ill ; .
amount of land In West Florida. I ponderous note 101 times. This pat-
The testimony In the case 'wW be titular number was chosen In accord- SUCCESSORS TO foal 011ag, little f nr gad! MUmL Florid*' 1
,prepared and referred i to ,,the,United II ance with the number of students at
States Court 'the foundation of the college. CHASE & BARNEY Inc. Fire
,
An Acre of CeleryAn I' Is th, Moon Inhabited FRUIT AND WJ J. Brown .
acre of celery at Sanford yielded Science has proven that the moon VEGETABLEPACKERS Accident and *
$3,000 this spring to, Its owner.how ;has an atmosphere which makes life
is that for track termini FlorIda J i in. some form possible on that satellitebut
?- Of coarse, an our farmers '.1 not for human beings who have a Tornado LL
,abandon cotton and go to raising celery :bard enough time OB this earth of ours' Cash Dealers In '
as their chief..money crop; '.especially those who dont know that Sanitary
I'
this wonderful Sanford aere' n1ustrates Electric Bitters cure headache, biliousness Crate Insurance I
the merits of diversification malaria chills andfever Jann;
and preaches,the sound gospel that I'dice dyspepsia, dizziness torpid liver' Material '
In a land of_*.uch kindly soil and climate kidney conpialnts.general debility and FIDELITY BONDS lumber "
u ours the farmer:who :female weaknesses. Unequaled as a
nothing but'eoUon when there raae.l,general tonic and appetizer for weak II).. .
many, other. 'good: things he: !:persons and especially for the aged It ittodiadlR er
OLDEST
AGENCY IN MIAMI
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raise as well and find a profitable;:induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteedby
market for them all, is teeing money)J' all druggists. Price only We 10 9 Ave. D, Miami


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t t; ANSWERED necessity[for; protection from cold and don with the Board o" Health of said ,adopt such other rules and regulation --:- HEAD HUNTING.I

QUESTIONS there Is thus a saving of about pOI city to take such action or make such as it may be deemed proper to the -

an acre wfclch Is the cost of shedding orders as they may deem necessary city of Miami for the general health _. r.r TfcU Bar ...._ Cats. '
t1 to prevent the spread of said disease. and best sanitary interest to the cUll) .4 the 07....
\ further IIfJUa. There are tea to twelve Such action not being Inconsistent of Miami not>j Inconsistent with the The principal reasons!for which heads

'formation of Interest to the Prospective Settler ihottsand[pants to the acre, and the with the rules and regulations of the ordinances of(the said city or *of the taken may be summed up la a few

fruit brings In the neighborhood of State Board of Health of the State rules and regulations of the State words-first, as a of valor aactoken j1 j1are

Concerning Miami and the Southern from SO cents a'dozen for Red Spanish of Florida Board of Health of the State of Floe of manhood, and, second u a
Sec. 6. That for who
every person ida. ;
fi: to 25 celts a piece for Porto Bloat The reedy method of keeping the score la a J
\ dies a death certificate shall be givento Sea IS. owner, agent or occu
Portion of Dade blood feud. Some of my readers may
, County. Thl'perd tql of plants fruiting depends I
- the undertaker by: the physician attending pant o' any lot or premises in the
stop c
;, surprised that 1 short at two
I upon the care and Judgment exercised and where no physician Is In city of Miami abutting any: street or .
reasons, for It Is a common belief ta
a la=their culture, some growers" attendance, by: the city health officer avenue where I there Is a public sewer
!
that the wild of Bormet
" England Dyak j
I I'i having Succeeded la securing trait or coroner, stating thereon the name, shall connect ,Jthe drainage of said lot
Is la the habit of prowling around wtta
color, age, cause and time of death, or premises with such sewerjmd shan
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l}! So many: Inquiries are directed to ences of ciTlllzatlon. as electric lights, from to pet cent ot the plants la their etc., of the deceased. fill up and de.tro'lDl cesspool, privyor a large knife, like the Uoa of Scripture .

1"' the; Metropolis by: prospective settlers water works, sewerage, telephone lystemjret pineries |9| Sec. 7. All birth shall be reported privy vault:or other arrangement on "seeking whom be meaty deTour" aid 3
conditions man dsilvery.three monthly by the attending pbratclar ,,, also that be collects beads la much tht J
:or home seeker* concerning aewspa- Lands pay be purchased from If or : said premise for the reception ot '
-natiaal banks State where no physician is In attendance drainage of fecal matter. same way as his w hltei{ brother collects
two oat
of
(existing la thla part the country; pen
|10 aa acre up depending oa proximity postage stamps or bttterties, This
by the the mIJ-wife or head of the Sec.--20. Upon the service of any J
; I ('and the burden ot correspondence en- .'MI*, tte., It has miles ot few&tttar 'to reals u.s'shipping point Good family. order or direction or copy thereof ,however It tar from(being the cast ..

'", f tailed thereby; has become sox heavy greets ot aattrt white stoat It U lands onVfock road wtthia I miles ot Sea 8. Every undertaker having made by tht! city council upon the and the native of the far Interior Is la :i

.. 'that we have attempted la the follow- practically the terminus ot the Florida Miami may be had for ISO aa acre and in charge a dead body: for burial or owner, agent(or occupant of such lot reality a very mild savage whose principal -4

tIDe article to ummarize such rotor Cast Coast Railway for though aa exlensloa sometimes less than that arm for sad transportation shall before making ,or premises so to do the said owner, vice Is the habit jot trKg extremely .t
such burial or transportation be in I shall within Intoxicated ea ''a' fersoeated
agent or occupant thirty
' L ;Button BI U most Important and to ot the road has receaU7:1Iea: not Immediately oa a road. Its same possession of the necessary certificate'days of such ouce, in up or destroyany drink which be makes; frost a far tet 'Ii

'- "'answer the questions most frequently bum. "penetrating the farming lands usJlty: el land farther &1I'ar. from I of death and upon the blank In connection I such cesspool privy, privy vault large portion of his rI crop 1

lke4.'It 1* hoped by: :this-means that forty-art miles south,this Is merely transportation facilities'esa, of coarse, thereof furnish a certificate or other arrangement for the reception We will briefly analyse the Orated'

t [a sample copy: of the paper of which a feeder to the commerce ot this dty. be purchased for test The land Is on1romlslnji Iof burial or transportation.I ) of drainage or fecal matter, on the two reasons given!''above for which :
I Sea I. No person, persons or corI .said and connect such clo.I the -bock" sallies forth a
:'hundreds are sent out, will In most Bert art located the steamship docks i In to those ac'1 premiset) young oa ;
appearance I porCtlon shall create, maintain or contribute I eta and drainage from such premises bead bunt. Undoubtedly in days goo 3
eases, serve the purpose Intended better of the P. ft Steamship Company, custometljto the deep Itch'sons 01 |I to a nuisance or condition I with the said'public sewer. by the possession ofis bead Implied p j

: than a personal letter. Specific Information whose lines are operated to Key West other States, being rocky: and sand which In the opinion of the said health I Sec. 21. AU closets, privies, privy' that the owner, or, rather, the new j

:, : may: be obtained by: writing to Havana and to Nassau Immense ret: results caa be obtained from afar officer is prejudicial to the public i vaults, cesspools and other arrangements owner, bad successfully met and conquered '

;. to any: of the real estate or other firms wharves, etc.. are being projected to la geese of the returns realised health Sec. 10.of the city: of Miami.who violates the i matter reception of drainage or an enemy. The young brave r ,a p
with the Increased Any person fecal j kept or maintained swaggered home with his newly acquired
In this keep pace vastly th1 onl I
advertisements appear from ? fertile sections ot the
,! whose more preceedlng sections or any: rule of tie such premises after time specified
i trophy feellni that be had at
the best to become familiar maritime business that must follow oa FertUUer be used nt Board of Health made under authority:
S paper; and way country must such hereby decreed a nuisance last donned the togas virile and was q

I. with local conditions progress the deepening ot the harbor, work on the returns more than Justify the exjendltnre hereafter.upon conviction tlereof.ahall I DOuce'll be abated and destroyed entitled to marry a rife,and Join ta
which is act1Wll'procreu1Jl.C An (be fined not less than one dollar nor the chief sanitation.
now by of
,;j :Industries ant current happenings Involved the councils of the neo. Festivities .1
Mea ." more than $100 or be Imprisoned not Sec. 22. In case any: owner, agent '
appropriation of $300.000 has secured held of
to this were large quantities lapin
,t j while _contemplating. removing : People,;:of energy and Industry are to exceed 30 days or be both fined and or occupant) of any: premises shall eoiuumed
from the government for harbor (rice wine) were .and till
J section, Is through reading the Dally heartily welcomed and the country Imprisoned at the discretion of the violate the provisions of Section 19, 20
: hero of the hour, having taken posses h
"or the Weekly Metropolis, the former Improvements and the Florida development being practically Just begun court. and 21 of this ordinance by failing to .
slon of a room In the "married
1 II Sec. 11. That all matters things portion j
address East !Coast: Railroad la also pledged to or abate the nuisance or nuisances mentioned
will be sent to any:
which
! of theft Is room for ail to reap the to the sanitation of the of the long house that shelters the
like amount. Thus S600.000 pertaining in said sections; or if person .
any
expend a ,
;1 .at the rate of $5.00 a year SL25 for I tenefitsrihlch must ensue as the ren't city: of Miami, shall be under the supervision shall be guilty of maintaining whole of a Dyak village and found a
:; Weekly a large Is now being used for this purpose and sanitation and damsel to share It. 'could proceed U -
:1] three months; the of such Oevelopmenc Caplta nda of the chief of any: of the kutsances defined In the

g '&-pase paper--being mailed for 11.50 It Is a moral certainty that further appropriations here moil J profitable Investment, while I the Board of Health of the city of Miami 1 I preceeding sections of this ordinance, hang up the bead as proudly u his ,

will be secured until the ( who shall form the sanitary department such owner, agent or occupant or person English brother hangs up his first .
:a year. labor Is'In demand and well paid Peo-
; :
sail which said department sporting |
of city
harbor Is In a condition commensurate I shall uPon conviction thereof le deteriorated I'
K THE CITY or MIAMI pl& of moderate means who come here I is hereby created. punished by jflne not to exceed ISO, or Times bave since these ':

Sprang out of the wBderaett mm commercial and buy"small tract of land make a Sec. 1:. The sanitary Inspector of by Imprisonment for not more than good old days: and to find the reason

j railroad hating reached modestjiome, set out fruit trees and the_ cir of Miami shall be chief bf thirty Jays, or by: both such fine and U taut cbercber la femme. The young ,
I years ago, the standpoint-an Importance recognized sanitation and shall perform all duties Imprisonment In the discretion of the: matron whose husband had three beads ;-
; Ula point April 15, ISM Prior to this by public men at the national capital, while waiting for these to come law which are now Imposed upon him or court. hanging before his rpom would sneer

I :time one store, whose trade was prIncipally and by all who wl'J study the location bearings engagr in trucking are al which may or hereafter be prescribed I I Sec 23. All owners, or agents of at the woman whose spare could .

WltJa'e Indians, and a few relation to Insular wa.1i"Uhout exception, successful. by the city council. lots, if vaca it or occupants of lots or boast but two and the latter was prob.ably :':i
and Its
, of this port I,
families, eking out a precarious And thii'succes: costs less effort than Sea 13. It shall be the duty of the premises if >cnpled In the city shall nagged at and Badgered (for women
i :scattered and South, American commerce, to other. chief of sanitation to see that the!I Keep the same clean and In good san are alike the World! over) till he
la of the while .
the country;
,
'' and parts
l ,livelihood: by wrecking: say nothing of the vast trade that ....H streets, yards and highways of the I II itary condition and free from all growing went out and procui d another. And
manufacture of, coontle, starch, warede the c'.tnjitlc: cordltions render outdoor of Miami shall be kept clean of
must spring Into existence upon the I city I. weeds i nj vegetation or of any so by slow degrees Lbe first question I
; only evidences of dvUlxatlon On completion of the Panama canal. work possible. every day In the year. I, filth rubbish, garbage and other unsanitary .1 other matte or thing that may be a asked by a proipeciive fatherinlawof

, July St. UK. Miami was Incorporated with the health benefits of such uopen.aif i matters. It shall further be menace to t le health o: the dty.: a suitor for bis daughter's band,
i ; furnishing perhaps the only A g'ance at the map w4 Show the |Ufe thrown in At the same j,the duty of the chief of sanitation to : Sec. 24. It,shan be unlawful to throwor came to be not "How much brassware 't
u a city, most casual observer the possibilitiesthe I see that all ordinances now In existence -
deposit kind of refuse matter, but "! beads 1
; "instance recor.t.lD.whId a fun time people who are enjoying health 1 any have your Jo" many
in reference
; on C future ,holds for theMagicCitySCHOOLS moderate or shall be passed I vegetable, mineral, liquid or solid, bave your and no self respecting girl ;;
Into existence and / success la their present sanitation of said city shall be fulfilled
to
came,
:lodged city AND CHURCHES fermentable lor non-fementable, animal would look at a min{ who could not
;sent first having been a town. Tare Miami has one of the best public aboJel hid better stay: where they are. I and carried out. or fish or fowl into or upon any public I[: boast his two or three. WeU knowing :$
are required There Should be weighty reasons to lafinence I Sec. 14. That for the proper execution square, street. unoccupied lot: or lntu
:hundred registered raters schools la the State, embracing boththe of the duties devolving upon him. [ this, the ardent lon, would take good .
I !
(to'entitle any community to be calleda and high school courses. :anyone to make a move of such chief of sanitation shall have con the waters lof Biscayne Bay: or the(I care to provide blmsflf with the necessary j
common Miami rive within the limits of tAe
; city, leis than that -number consti- Importance People who have made jthe with and by the consent of the number. As ,tme| e went on sueeewlve
welt of Miami.
The buildings are large and ven city -
for ''allures: act like city council of an the stock, wags, generations became less particular -
:ut rag a tows At meeting held tinted, and there Is a competent corpsof jslsewatrt are y Sea 23 bwners or lessees of any: 1)I tie beads
the
which ownedby as to way were procured .lit
and appliances, are now
'three very successful here. Intelligence and lot premises
'the of incorporation, or shall perform all acts'
purpose teachers Catholic till at the present day a bead la
A convent second ,ihe city or may be hereafter purchased I I
;and onebif.months: after'OIl first to none In the State, ls la full industry.\ are as essential! tt good fortune -I for the department of sanlta'tlon. required premises of{ the occupants when said1lot ,, merely a bead, no matter what the age'
or are unoccupied.
( 'train' reached Miami. S44 TOtes were here as In any other part of the' and shall have authority to hirr I or sex of the origins owner! Verb sap ,t
operation, giving Instructions to loth Sec. 26. No person shall within the
:east .T..t BfesMsaeaal growth- of tote sexes There are also private schools, globe jf'If with and by the consent and approvalof corporate. limits of the city of Miami 1 -A. Csvendlsh la Chambers' Journal .

'early period has been "sustalatJ IfU desired to engage In general the City: Council and to dUcnarg sell or olfer''!for sale, or expose for sale I .
musical conservatory and art school *. .
a by and with the consent of the City Clerk "''' u.t.
: the eight! of the dty-s -' the or have In (his possession with intent'I gowned
throughout years 10' that I'every educational"n..I'mar farming la raising of wheat corn Council all employees of his depart sell fish bread A handsomely woman entered
to meat, vegetables
.. history. or oath peaches apples, or and with the an store where a specialty
; .be supplied There are about thirty grapes ment and to contract by poultry or inner articles intended for uptown

POPUI.ATION,1gm flourishing schools la the county. other products ot the temperate sons, consent of the city council all supplies rood whlcti are diseased, corrupted,| Is made of laces. Approaching a
mist of said department provided the contract pale nervous looking clerk she said
one cast his lot some hundreds of tainted unwholesome. .
denomination or
Miami a resident religious 1s -
, has at present population Every represented I in the aggregate does not exceej Imperiously: .
: of between 6,000 and 7000. In and the following have miles! to the north, and accept the coldthat the amount appropriated or : Sec. 27. I I. That any person or pervlolathac I "Ton remember tiling me several ..

. the 1I'IDttr'months this population li handsome church buildings:, Presby Is j part of the 'egacy of landswhere'Hhese partment of sanitation. ordinance son the penalty any section for which 0: this has lands of lace a few days ago? It was i

augmented by the addition ot thousands terian..Episcopalian. Catholic M. E: things caa be grown.NeitherU See. IS. It shall be the duty if not herein fore been specifically pro-j I floW a yard. I want+ to get six more .

. of visitors, mostly ot the wealthiest Church. M. E. Church South, and this a stock raising country chief of sanitation of the city of Miami [ I hided for.punished shall upon conviction be!I panda Just like If 1 .
his entire personal time
to give and
, ,who come to' enjoy the Baptist There is a "no fence law" which Is a b'; fine not to exceed ISO, or ioy i, The clerk leaned over the counter ;
. classes and attention to the duties of his oi- said In a half w*.per: -Madam I "
ioon imprisonment not exceeding thirty
Ideal climate and the finest fishing lathe SOILS AND PRODUCT great [h to the settler .of limited flee; to care for all property or days, ot bj both such fine and Imprisonment -i i made a fearful met ke about that lace. 1.-

world. To accommodate these The principal Industry la this section mean hand there is very little Uve I city coming into his hands and make in |[the discretion of the court i, Its worth 110 a ysrd. If you will return

visitors OIerf'are numerous hotels Is the of fruits and-winter stock I[ja the country Oa the other"a full and complete quarterly account Sec. 2S That all ordinances or pam'I me what I sold you I wjll gladly: j

houses principal among growing Northern hand! it Is desired to engage In'theculture thereof.for each year. He shall Keep of ordinances inconsistent with the I pay you S3 a yard>]{ for It and It wW
and boarding ,vegetables for the markets 'I a true and correct record of the time
fruits pro\U10Di )iereof be and the same are ave me my J
of
citrus ;pineapples.'
'which is the stately Hotel Royal Fain Tomatoes form the staple crop of all employees In his department and hereby repaled. I The pool" her head impstienUy.

:vand the grand new Halcyon Haliboth'monuments but there are large quantities ot other dons tfoplcal[ or semi-tropical fruits' ,, shall' oa or before the first Jay Sea =1. That this ordlnan : "It Is utterly Impotulble.- 'J1I1d.

la rise, grandeur,and "ao- vegetables grown, such as, tomatoes, the growing of vegetaoles- at the season f j each month make a full and made detailed. shall take I effect after the expiration "Tbe lace In now ou my new .3
: all expenditures
ieommodating'facilities i etc.' The of Jhe year when an other partsof I report o : of the time provided in Section 20, of I drees. Pf'OIle1I' make mistakes
.. qput"peppera department to the auditor of th s
.1 thf country; are In the grip ot winter I the charter and after publication as must bear the re uW I will nave te .1
; The population la cosmopolitan; evgver7 planting season extends from about of Miami with all O. K. bills of suet '
this section offers decided advaat-t required by: the ,said charter of tn.I' see what I can do to, match that which "
t state la the Union furnishing Ill October 1 to January 15 and the bulk !'" .1 expenditures. city of Miami.Passed I bought Ten dollar* a yard Why '
ages over any other portion of rth e I He shall personally, at least once
tuota ot representatives. JLa nade'rirablt of the shipments are_sent North from f this 5th day of April A. O. I wouldn't dream if paying that sum
each make cause to be madea I r
element U unknown. United States. month or 190C. I F. H. Wharton, for It" And the walked
haughty
foreign November until May. although tJaereMllliPiacuca1l7' fc : woman .
house to house Inspection of the entire
CLIMATE M if cue wbo has beengrievously
difference the
no : city and shall make notes of all .1
Attest: j M. R. K num. .
offended -New York Prees.A .
Writing from personal experience, seasons, seeds maybe planted or vegetables +ITY ORDINANCE unsanitary premises discovered by I I City Qera :

after Halting California tai other sec- gathered any day Ice thi year '"If q him during said Inspection and shall Approved this itn day ul April A.ID. .tl..ltr ........pr.I .
notify at once the owner, agent or occupant I
dons where climatic con41UOU'an the .. 1>>VG. Join bewail.wyor. | The of the t IK be traced teI
> Vegetables are (grown usually oa An ordinance creating a sanitary 1partment of any such premises found to I I use w may: -

i considered at heir heat, we caa unhesitatingly prairie lands, which are free tron. for the city of Miami, providing 1 be unsanitary and unless said premises j I the remotest authu' ty. The first notice ?t
,for the appointment of o m a art I which we Cud of B U In Genesis xxl.id .j
', say that Miami has the most Umber and art composed of'a kind of 'within five days after said notice shall
;)" perfect winter climate la tat Halted marL"0 prescribed herein, their duties and II 1 be placed In good sanitary conditionby REGISTRATION. NOTICE i 1:0. where It U ul that Iubma l bewss "$1i
power, providing for the removal of : said owner agent or occupant: ; I came an archer. It, Introduced lute 1
| State Cold is almost unknown, sees ,Fruits are grown on pint lands, filth Find garbage, the regulation oi t I I then Insuch'evenThe shall cause such I. The registration books will be opened England In the rflgn of Egbert'' the 4

ftae al1btest.frost.. being ,very rare. which art slightly higher than'the sanitary matters within this city sac I .owner, agent or occupant to be arrest- in the] various precincts In Dade Saxon but was not nued as a martial '.

| The warmth ,!of summer'Is tempered prairies, and in this section very reeky prescribing penalties for the provision.. I ed and brought before the municipal county for: four weeks, beginning. weapon till the reign of Edward I. The # -;

iy the cooling breeaes from ttt, Atlantic of tla,1|same: Judge of the city of Miami to be tried Monday, April 2. and closing Mon period at which the longbow attained )

and tat highest temperature This rock Is a peculiar coral formation Be it ordained by: the City Council according to the ordinances of the, day. Apr? 30, for the purpose of giving Its meridian fame[!may: be fixed In the {t s

recorded the goTernment thermometer containing a great deal ot plant' food of the] City of Miami: city of:Miami. all an opportunity: to qualify reign of Henry VI whose archers destroyed ;.

by u evidenced by the fact that la many Section L That the committee of Sea 16. It shall be the duty of the themselves to vote In thj Democratic the wboje French 'cavalry,

during the aJIUIIttutU to It places.orssge and other fruit'trees"are sanitation of the'city of Miami shall I chief of sanitation to see that all primary to be held on May 15, and clothed la complete steel with their "

f ,BALTB. to bt seta bearing thriftily, though after lice passage of this act constitutea I klthchen slops garbage, wlU and night June 12.1 j yard long arrows', At the battle tt
Tt city-ranks..among ,the first laAt board: of health for the city of Miami I soil In the city of Miami Is removed All those who wish to be transferred Flodden Field aloe the English archers ..
United States U point ot health apparently:atanding oa. a,solid plate' with''such duties and powers as maybe ss frequently as necessary with due from one precinct to another must made sad .havoc Shooting with tbe :;J

of this rock.:. Being of'a porous or conferred upon them by said ordinance consideration of good sanitation, and apply tojJ. C. Burteshaw, Larklna bow' was an ex Fernery fashionable '

Then II entire freedom tram malaria honeycombed structure tat roots 'ot of the said dty.Sei.lt ),, unless the premises upon which such Fla., as the deputy registrati&a officers amusement In the feign of Henry Tin,
I tat there art no "'J rna Uq 41......" swill are not authorized to make these and Hollnahed the ,
the trees are enabled to penetrate It I That the city pnyilclan'ot kitchen slops, garbage or night reports that prince

those ailments which are eommoa to and draw ample sustenance from,what the city of Miami shall be the health I soil Is found, shall be cleaned by the transferal, shot as well as ant of bb guard. After :

an parts ot the country sees to bt officer,of said city: and shall be a pttctlclng owner, agent or occupant of such I have fhls day made the following the siege of Devisee m {be civil wan

I hen robbed. In part of their power, asher would appear to bra very unpromising .physician; residing the Incorporate premises within three days' notice appointments of registration officers 1847 the bow si a military weapon .;
mild fora source, .y This trockbys the way limits of the city of Miami andshalt made by: the chief of sanitation, then In the different election districts of was entirely laid{aside. Archery derives
( usually appear la a mak.i beautiful U4)'durable building perform such duties as shall be It shall be the duty of the chief of Dade county: Its name from the bow' being, s

tad rarely lave tat bad effects which material and the new court house prescribed by the ordinance. of .saiddty1 sanitation to cause such owner, agentor Precinct No. Oeorgc Parka when dra... In the shape of anarch.Ar .' c''
follow in the wake ot like diseases :' occupant: to be arrested and brought Precinct No. 2- P. Kitchen. :__ 5

elsewhere Scarlet;: fever'aad diphtheria and Jail, as well as several residences Sec: S. The health officer ot the I before the municipal Judge, to be tried Precinct; No. 2-Frank Sheen ...--- LN H1..-

are unknown; ,waft .typhoid la the city, built of this stoat,' are city'of Miami shall at the end of each I according to the ordinances of said Precinct; No. 4-Jesse DaU &rtr. A cook wbo has] see* soany yean of j

much admired by aU visitor- It also month.make a report to he Board fcity, to the end that the owner, agent Precinct No. 5- T. Haygood. domestic service ''recently declared tt l

serer is rarely heard of. It U a desirable makes the finest road material lathe Health<' of the dty!'of .Miami ore: '''or occupant of the premises shall keep Precinct No. S- J. W. Umstead. her latest mistress. In New Tort that .u
place for those suffering from I '' e{the same dean at their own expense Precinct No. 7- M. W. Marshall. f
5 world, and Dale county leads aU others the general health of the same. I I so far as bet experience went she had
shall also hjof all garbage, decayed meats'saltifal Precinct No. 8- J. W. Ives. i
aid la the State la mileage and condition : inane at the end of ea I found ministers tt be the latest risers
month. a duplicate bulletin of I fruits, vegetables, potatoes, rubbish Precinct No. 9W.. E. Pendletoa. Next to them came physicians,: .1
taeolder climates Many persons at- .of her highways. statistics one of which shall be 'filed I and slops, swill, .night soil and all Precinct No. 10- Joe Chaflle "Some ministers don't rIM Oil U q
with.the Board of Health unhealthy; and unsanitary matters of Preclnjjt No. 11 -Alf Peacock. "
these here The traits cultivated art chiefly of the city o'clock she said! There's hardly one
: y tasted vita Bis hart coot grape-fruit, oranges sad pineapples, of Miami; and the other with''' th
J and have beta cured or greatly bens. avocado State,Board of Health of the State oiFlorida. r Sec. 17. Treat it shall be the duty Precin t No. 13- George Moody. or half past Is I their average hour
and
r Btted. Ot course, this Is sot the cast' gaavas, mangoes. pears a of the chief of sanitation to report to, Precinct No 14- O. L. Hargrave. They don't have 'n office to go to at a

.fa. erery instanct People die Bert, as limes are largely produced but being Sf$ 4. The Board of Health of the I the city: council at the first meeting Precinct No.. 15B.. P. Upplncott certain time. Tb > no early- sp- ,;

they do everywhere else No country indigenous to the country; they thrive cltytif Miami shall from time to time I in each month the condition of his Jt C. Burteshaw. potntments( that host be kept They .,

r' where with little or ao cultivation Citrus make; such suggestions to City Coup' department and any changes that may: : Supervisor of Registration. have no clerks they must look t
dlscorertd peopleS
ass yet beta be needed therein and he shall also .
trees will require from three to five cilt In their opinion shall promotethe I after. Consequently they become the
S Immune from death and disease. after planting to product fruit :'general healthfulness of said city furnish said city: council with estimates A Lucky Postmistress latest rising class of men on earth.I've ,

it the same time; It may be tmthJul'y yean 1D.I relative to all matter of sancta. of expenses oCthe department Is :Mrs. Alexander, of Cary, Me., who worked in forty-seven places, of
the conditions tending Pineapples, which grow oa a plan tkmfii of sanitation as may be required. He has fonrid Dr. King's :New
t said: that Life pills whIch eleven were with ministers.They .,
somewhat resembling the cactus, and Set, $ Any physician shall also at the enJ of every month to be th best
recelving
r '.to general healthfulness are u favorable or person i remedy she ever tried are the beft to live with. They
which are propagated by setting slipsor Information as to the exist. deposit with the city treasurer all for keeping the stomach liver and are considerate and generous and ,
very
the
: as In any section of country !!of i i funds and moneys collected by: him.
: enc Infectious or contagloui bbwels
suckers, bear fruit la IS months any In perfect order. TonTl agreewith bare perfect dispositions. If they t
t and tar> more so than la most after planting In this section they diseases in the city, hall Immediately .1 See 18. The committee of sanita her! If you try these painless pur- would only: get rid of this habit of loafIng -
.. \TOT Ul'l'S'S TUTUMQaml report same to said health officer tion of the city: council by: and with riders that infuse new life. Guaranteed the nuking la bed they'd be -

a ra, ') possesses, = an;noasta eoartsr, ,'tart.grows:la.the open,_then being no who<

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', IfHE DAILY MIAMI MtTHOPOLII SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1906.,
PACE TWELVE
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"': rarious canJUates shall be as foltowi .|I
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SALARIED DAUGHTERS. ; COUN1Y _
OFFICIAL \ ; t. : y 4 ,| "
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n... Teat ..... ....... ........,. I Ripresentatlre .............. 25.00 T.
'a eevenl Fa.111e.. I C\erk of Circuit Court ........ 150.00
DEMOCRATICrCALL 1
Where there I I. IK't'd of lief work In I I i icll:fax Assessor .. .... ....... 75.00I'ix Bank

the home and often help bus to be ., \ Collector .. .. ... ... 75.00County of .8ay6lscal ne
Treasurer ......... 75.00
hired to take her place.: the daughtersteoukt
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byunty! Commissioner .. ..... 10.00
:. be gtven a regular salary approximately
she A meeting of the Dade Couuty o1tewber Board Public Instruc. 10.00
the of what
; equivalent ocratlc Executive Committee was Justice? of the Peace .. ...... 5.001
earu'outliltle after making allowance .'
< could Fla. the HA Jay of fconstable .... ......... .. .. 1.00Cpuntt ORGANIZED
? tor board room rent and the at Miami, on 1896
; Fish and Game Warden 5.00
'" nnmI"russ privileges a gin ba in ber March. 1906 pursuant to adjournment Supervisor of Registration .. 6.00 I

fathers botiie. The salary should be The fallowing call for a primary FAll' canMlates are required to'file a
At least to what would bare to
equal to..Jtotlce : have his
election was adopted written application to name

,,.>. be boold were paid called be tor as the In distinctly same to do work It.defined and If a the stranger and duties as will:\ be a I*.Democratic hereby given Primary that there Election }Blanks accompanied appear/ upon\the furnished with official by the the fees ballot committee above on the setforth (Capital 27300. Surp $3,500.00., ) Deposits over 200,000.00;

and efficiently performed. held la the several elections districts
promptly
with Geo. p\Bull. of OJus. Fla.
This la a very different thing from an of Dade county, Florida. on Secretary and Treasurer o: the CounT -
allowance without definite duties. If on I Democratic Committee on or be-
May, 15th 1906, and necessary
We know of several families where I tore of A. D.1W. I I
June 12, 1906, for the nomination of ( the 2Cth day Aril.,

'. one this plan Instance has worked the daughter successfully.while un In an Democratic candidates State and |Committee%The Democratic shalt meet County on MondayJJayJl : Executive Statement at me <::lose of business! .February ,+

mauled became a capable bonsekpep- County to be voted for by the Democratic 1906 at-the County Court House, 23 1906 as reported to the State

er and manager. buying all supplies electors at the general election IS Mlaml\Florida, and publicly can Com9trollerResources
and reHertof both parents of care and to be held November" 6th. 1906 ;wan the returns and deClar"-. what
annoyance, for;which she received a and to be appointed by the DemocratIc candidates are nominated by a major

housekeeper's wages at the end of every Governor of the State between the itt vote for each county office an \111'jbat
month. Another whose mother U Jate of holding such primary election cases a second primary will

an Invalid gets a weekly envelope containing and the holding; of the primary ,hare to be held. x
the same amount that would election A. D. 1908. W. A. Filer.Chairman.,
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have been paid a nurse. 'Both these The following officers are to be nominated -9 .

salaried daughters i were happy contented at said primary election to test: Geo. P. Bull Loans and discounts . . . : . . $159,85 .13

,.and feeling of independence and self reliance In Congress, See> I
f. never to be attained under the allowance and 1 Congressional Representative District. OTICE. Furniture and fixtures. . . . . -3,1I.25>

system or the usual haphazard 2 Justices ,of the Supreme Court I Current expenses 1., .. . . . . . . 1.26 .83
appeal to father toe money to gratify '

I needs or' whims.-Independent 1 2 Member Railroad of Commissioners.the House of Represen I'if T 8 the County Judge's Court of Dade \ Cash Account

:I''f tatives. ,frecountr. Florida. I

I HARD TO EXPLAIN. 1 Clerk of Circuit Court for unex- !( W. S. Bonds . . . .2200.00
the Estate of ,John Sanders
plred term. In re Due from Banks. . . . -
: 'This M..... E .r...- What AI..... 58,379.50

,. All M. ". 1 Tax Collector. -- -
"On thing I never could explain," : I TotaHvallable cash!. . . . .79
puttered a pleasant faced, patient wife 1 County Treasurer.S .I'Notice! is hereby given that on Mon . 100,52 '

,: and 'mother. "one thing I'll never be County Commissioners. ',;day: the 15th. Jay of October, A. t)., iiv i \U/ 282,28,1.9127,30b.OO \AiIi
3 Members of County Board of Pub ;aS;iG. I will present tothe Honorable
able to explain to my dying day Is the '
Idea everybody in this house baa from lic Instruction. I W./ E. Hers (, County Judge of said \ Liabilities .
1 Supervisor of Registration. final and all
!county, my account
and oldest to the
my husband daughter .
1 Member of the Dade County Democratic of John Sand- V .
took and the youngest child, that I Executive Committee for Precincts : jbuchtrs of the estate Capital Stock .. . . : . . .
ri's late of said county deceased,
,,. know where everything and can put Not 14 and i. respectively. :;aid at the same time make full and Surplus . . . . .O' . . . 3,500.00

myhand thinking 'on It In a second without 1 Justice of the Peace and 1 Con ,I:peal settlement with a full report of Dividends: not c for. . . . . . 140.00
rf stable In such districts as have vacancies.
;BJl actions and doings with relation
t' "Mother, wbere's my cap?' "Where's I my to lId! estate, and at the same, Earnings accounts . . . . . 1,433.81. .

"the spider, ma'am we broil the fish one 1 Fish and Game Waraen. time I will ask for a final discharge as Hills payable. . ..: ........ .. 25,000.00
'''' 'Where are those poker chips; mother, I .1
bad when Baldwin was over here last?' The rules governing said primary \tministrator of said estate. Cashler's checks. J|.. . . . . . 994.1 F

"It's the same way with the girls. election shall the be Democratic the same Executive as those i I!Administrator! o.Emory.Spradllng the estate of John Bank deposits. . . . . . . 9,854. 8
by
adopted
Mother.':'Where's my fancy work T Committee at their meeting held In II $Sanders, deceased.G. Certificates of depo It .15,732.68,

'Where's week T'the' I library- book I took outlast Jacksonville on February 24, 1906, for | Worler, Individual deposits | . . . . . 198,326.86
governing State Primaries, so far as : Attorney for Administrator. .1'
If I've heard that question once rYef.
to the I \ 1.91
"i. the same shall be applicable !! $282,2I
heard It thousands of times. It begins
Those and only
County Primary. Devil's Island Torture
f.. early m the morning and It keeps up those persons shall-.be permitted to become 00 .
until we're an In bed.' rye often asked candidates before or vote at, or e The State law requires that a Bank shall keep 20 per tent.of .
them bow they expected I could ten participate In the management of said Ino worse than the terrible case b!
Its deposits In cash or with reserve banks. This ban
where U dropped from cellar 11 Thenhwas
everything 13
primary election.who declare their adherence :Plea that afflicted me years.
.1"._ to attic In a big house that*, fun of to the principles and organization advised to apply Bueklen'a Arnica will be seen by the've' statement, has over 40 per cerjt:: of

.:: things. I do pick up and put away aft of the Democratic Party..national. Salve and less thin a box per- its deposits available In cash. No bank\ n the state makes 'a
: er them u fast u I can but you'd imagine State aid county, who are by the baanently cured me, writes I*. S. Nap- '
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better
1ln better condition Itors
to its
to listen to them that I had a laws of the .State lawful electors ot 'pier, of Haggles. Ky. Heals all wounds showing or erve depos

hundred eyes in my bead and u many the election districts la which they (Hirns and sores like magic.. 25 cents

feet u a cratlped and could be every. offer to vote, who have paid their poll i all drgglsts.' ,
whereat once' ere talked with a good taxes legally due not less than ten 1,
many mothers and they've all had my days before said primary election.and PROPOSALS FOR PAVING .-

experience.,"-Providence. JournaL who shall when challenged by an elector i I I
pledge In writing upon oath, be- i i Omce of Com. of Public Works. s

LAUNDRY.LINES.Colored fore any Inspector, to abide by and Miami Fla., April 16, 1906. 'j I
support the result of such primary.and f Sealed bids will be received by the : .1 \ I
support the nonJnees thereof. Board of Public Works at the citypliding
Ironed
fools should be on
"' The polls shall be opened and closedat until 8:30 p. m., Monday, '
the wrong aide toe several election districts at the ,May 7, 1S06, for grading and paving 'I 4 r I -1
When you wish to Iron a garment In fin street from the east line of Avenue t\
.a abort time sprinkle It with bot water, hours fixed by the -general election -0 to the west line o.' the Boulevard.

.and In' fifteen minutes'It Is ready to law.are hereby The appointed following named Inspectors persons and :Paving to be done from curb to curb, The Fort Dallas National B
iron: sufficient
clerks for the several election districts .frhh Miami rock of fineness \
When washing flannels, get rid of as :lp make a perfectly satisfactory Job
much dust and dirt u you possibly can : in accordance with grades and profile
"by shaking and brushing before plung I Precinct No." Inspectors: N. H. :t to be given by the city engineer and
Parks H. E. Stypmana and B. G.
Inc Into water. tinder his direction.A [
Ball. Clerk: Curd Schroder. Polling 6774
Needlework should be Ironed on the certified check for 100.00 must
place, 'Ball's ,store. this bid. The successful
'wrong aide on a piece of flannel and accompany
.- It should be kept long enough under Precinct No. t.Inspectors: FrankBowen bidder to give bond in the sum of (250 V
the Iron to thoroughly dry It.Many I P. KItchen and E. C. Miller. for the satisfactory performance of .
n'ei Clerk: James Hepburn. Polling place, the contract Evelopes to be marked

:"; clothes'what the people la color'laundering may be blue It but win their"no come colored matter out Ie I school'PreclDct-house.- S-'Inspectors: Frank .fth proposals street"t for grading and paving United States Deposi ory. ::::: Depository Stat of Florida

i Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- Board reserves the right to reject
brighter If a little bluing la added to
: I grove. Clerk: T. J. CampbelL Polling any and all bids. ....
the last rinsing water or to the starch.
G. McKlnnon.
house. A
I place, old engine
After"using a bowl of 'coH water : Jesse [1 M. R. Kellum Chairman. .
Inspectors
Precinct No. I.
starch let It settle. Then pour off the Clerk. "'* -1.-
J. L. Gannett and F. W. i j
clear water and dry the starch In the I Dougherty Palmer.. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling r Report of condition on on April 6th.1906. as reported to .
"oven at night or on the stove.,, It will Porter's Packing House. ,' PROPOSALS FOR PAVING I
be reduced to a bard cake and can be I place. .
Precinct No. Inspectors: T. M. the Comptroller of the CunenCondensed j
used over again. 3.1 omce of Com. of Public Works.
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McRae. T. J. H.rlOOd..d i! Miami, Fla; April 16, WC.
Clerk H. B. Hodges. Pot) ,
Taylor. : ;
t':: TIM WOBMB *4 TC Sealed bids will be received by.the
: A -woman of tact la one who'feela I lug place, school house. Board of Public Works at the city

that the story told to hurt'your feelings Precinct No. Inspectors: J. I. building until I 8:30 p. m.. Monday Resources '
easentiilly bad form and tncon- Hardy D. Casset and J. W. Pierce.; May'7, 1906. for grading and paving
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t' .alde ate of the feelings of others. Awontan I Clerk: J. M. ''Umstead. Polling piacVRouse's. 8th street from the east line of Avenue .,'
store.Precinct ; b to the west line of the Boulevard
la tits who lei
e courteous of to,tact,,old. people woman, ,who laughs No. T-Inspector!: W. .." .' faring to be done from curb to curb Loans and discounts: .... .... .. .. .. ..................:...$422,070.60.

Marshall Ed... T. King and E..:, rich Miami rock of fineness sufficient
alf with agreeable the yomng to and aU women who make m all conditions ...-- Bryan. Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Polling' to make a perfectly satisfactory Job Overdrafts, secured. .. ... .. .. :: .. .. .. .. ......... .c.... ,,1 ,74:7.78

,: of :We. A'woman of,tact to place: Stranahan's store. B.' in accordance with grades and profile U. 8. 'Bonds, and premium ...... .... .. ...... ... ... 7 1,000.00
J.
:, ....... sakes ber'yood.monto.a Precinct No. Inspectors: to be given by the city engineer and ; .

:pm a.iaat;greeting bar vJstt a bright wofford, J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp. finder, his direction. Other stocks and Bonds.... .. .... .. .... ....... ......... .. 4! ,,000.00.
bit Clerk: J. H.. Gllsson .Poling place, "a| A certified check for $100.00 must

;::;. :,pot bop Ja.tiM that ....day may and com. again.. "goodby".a, ,,A .woman school Precinct noune.' No.' Inspectors: PaulMatthews Accompany bidder to give this bond bl.!.In. the The sum successful of 1250 Banking House. ... .. ... :.... ......... .... .. .. ..... ... .. ,.. .50,000.00U. ,

0-. of tact to on* who doaa not ai.waya L. Fornell and J. I. Peters for the ...Uataetorperformance of Due. from banks and![ S. Treasurer. .. ...... .. .. ... 7 ,6f)7.92
gang* people by their doss or Clerk:' J. A.. Danghtry. Polling the contract.: Evelopes to be marked .

? theft riches but who, strongly eon-. placeschool honse. Proposals for grading and paving Cash in vault. ... ... .. ............ .. ... 47758.83| rig
r,.. stems bed manners.a1. Precinct No. Inspectors.: T. I*?:: i tth< Street", I :

Ii Townley. H. DaW Miller and .. L. !I'jj', Board reservesthe., right to reject $72 5,235.13
t ... 'W_ bwp. Patterson. Clerk: R. S: McLendon..!any and all bids. "
.s.t7..w.... .sctaf once spoke of Polling place.' Fair bunding. i I 1 O. A. ..KcKIIIJloa.JoL .
J the fryteg pou... sodera Precinct No. Inspectors: B .a!: i R. Kellum. Chairman. Liabilities

p .that feUJrooibearea that all son enf Potter, Andrew Hardee and Jackson Clerk

Sa* q bund to watibij Peacock Clerk: J.. W. GaUaway.Polling j .
t At the itak el dcthnalnc Into Mol w* pace. Shone's'old store. t NOTICE
r atlusiajty'.Ne..1IMDd that iStlssafS be Precinct No.' Inspectors: I .T! Capital. . . ... ... .. ... .. .. .... .... .... ....... ioioooo.oo

:: ''pan Uka...ow.-w ta tile .*Man a .Ht net Mad.are sira U the.l.. Dun Stephens Clerk W.: Thos.J. Daagherty.Mitchell. Polling A. T.I: :'e Sealed bids for laying eight Inch I Surplu and undivided profits -.. ... .. .... .. ..... ... 5,766.67DEPOSITS.

1 lady 4aOont and boat ta frying and place. Tweedell's Hall. t terra cotta sewer on Itth street from National Bank Notes. . .. . . . .. .. ...... .. 5 .OOO.OO
Henry manhole In Brickell Avenue to Avenue
: tt* MnaagM d. not prsssnt a lib ap- Precinct No. Inspectors,

':. .pamranc; bealdea. they an not u mil Gossman. Wm. Anderson and J. Cal': D, and thence among Avenue D to I . . .. ... . . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. . ...566,468.46I
oookod.and tile saver Is net u food tens Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling connect with manhole at center of 18th I I _
school housePredict' | street will be received by the Board
., place
t: wtea tile aasngea are Mad. If yon $725,235.13
It-lJ1apectol'l W.A: of Public Works at their meeting
waat perfect ........,' bake them ta No. : ;
'; tile ove4''A Scott. R. BlackwelJer and J. F. 3ax;, in city council room.' May 7, 106. I I'

on. Clerk: J. R. Horn.. Polling place j Bidders to do all necessary work
Saxon's store. | and furnish all materials. Work to '
b. ....
:f Uknur Ps > Precinct No.' Inspectors-:- M. AT be done under the supervision of the
:. Having 'DV tired many' raetpaa for Marshall s.. M. Alsabreok and A.CJ': city engineer. Plans profiles and The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers oldknd new-every

i; Baking library starch" for. scrap- Frost. Clerk: R. C. Stanley..,Polling ;: specifications can be seen In the office favor consistent with sound banking; ideas, and every accomo ton inkeepingGeo.
Ii,. 'boob,'etc:., I want to give your raaderaI place school house. f of the clerk of the board. .
f... very simple one and tile very beat The voting. shall be by ballot ori I Certified check for' the amount of with their balances and finan khl standing.Wm. .

I bays ever beard of.' I have several tickets 'furulshed by the State and $loo must accompany each bid.

i very valuable scrapbooks, smooth:durable County Executive Committees, ant at 5 Satisfactory bond In tae sum of
and artistic .m appearance, and the close of such elections, the Inspectors $500 to be given by successful bidder .
r have had much experience with different and clerk shall proceed to can* for completion of work in perfect man I
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:" kinds of paste. Use common laundry vase the vote In'accordance with the nero Board reserves the right to reject -

; 'starch.;prepared by the same procaas '' State law, and shall at once forward any and all bids. M.. ,Drown Preslden j R. ( omph. Gashler-

as for laundry use only very thick. the returns to the Chairman of thee J i Geo. X McKlnnon,
It win keep Indefinitely and grows. 'i I County Executive Committee. | ; Chairman, Board of' Public Works.
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better with ....-Exchange. The assessments to be paid by the,. M. R. Kellum, Clerk. .
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