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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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.. AfFLICTED. SAN FRANCISCO--TODAl- i CLEVERLY A AND D KNABBED

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REVLUTIONISTS HANGED WHEELER--WELSH NUPTIALS '
FATHER CAPON T ;

ANDlHREATENTHEfERRY Popuular Couple Will B* United at BY CITY MARSH HARDEE

, London, April 23- The Manchester P'MToday' :

-1 paper today publish a story from Russian w1'd ebb The marriagle o '.Muss Erne Welsh ,

i correspondents that Father Gap- ind Mr. Charles Bi 'Wheeler will take .. i,

" on was secretly hanged April 10, ,by place tonight at toe home of Mr. and
1 DuHding With Destruction. four revolutionist who heard him Mrs. C. wwv. 'Ban berat six o'clockt Had Forged and Cashed 1
;: will be .u nde /only by the famlles -
that he spying on former
admitting was

, Out-slders (Cannot) revolutionists was announced colleagues.It from .St. Petersburg only of Miss both Pearl]von Gardner people and, and Mr.with W. i four Checks last

B. Moore aal.ttridanla[ and Elanor
April 10, that Father Capon had Rellly a* ring Father .
White
beater
N Enter. There mysteriously disappeared a week earlier of the Holy JNanje Catholic Churcn. Saturday

and foul that his had wife befallen was,alarmed him. C .x ;' 9fflciatlng. I f i i/;
"" fearing play wx Both Miss }Velb'and Mr. Wheeler

Cs-Contribution lave many frlendi here and elsewhere d
k i A and who have presented them with
|. /THOUSANDS SLEPT IN RAIN LAST: a beautiful assortment of handsome BEARING THE NAM| Of A.VIQAND

FOR SUFFERERS A contribution entirely unexpectedand > present The two happy couples
CARE A
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NIGHTCAN 1 KNOWN
therefore all the more appreciated > Mr. and Mrs) Wheeler and Mr. ana CITIZEN-CUU

. IF SUPPLIES. KEEP COM was brought to the city today by Mr*. Moore will leave tomorrow fora PRIT HAS ALIASES _
I Capt.. J. M. Key, from Rockdale. and delightfully! arranged trip to Na- MANY
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t I ING-GREAT WORK BEING DONE delivered to Mayor Sewell, for the benefit I lau !" ,+1 I TURNED OVER TO, THE COUNTY
t; o' the California suffers. The
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BY .RAILROADS the magnificent .t Sent Tomatees AUTHORITIES
donation consisted of to,'uffenrsReed I
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um of $75.75, and was raised among A. Bryan.of Fort Lauderdale, II
the .small ,handful of settler ., and yesterday, sent fifty-five crates of the I I {
I I III workmen at that place, each one freely f.- finest quality of tomatoes shlped from i
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San Francisco, April 23- The fire and gladly chipping in"; his mite. or r 8 there this Ie son.; to the sufferrs at ii j Ed Butler, a t. with
Such charitably disposed people ,a* 44 San Francisco the, express company manyaliases
which appeared to die out yesterday | among the Alex
these will always succeed. dead-heading Ith.e *- thrOugh for him. Johnson
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'with ..renewed"vigor In the andTtmntlit..
out Mil! 1
I. broke --- ---- -" a' s held me
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(,I, coal' bunker I north.of the ferry building MR S VMUEL O. FITTS .'...,...., authorities on the s,rious charge of :

'1' : soon after midnight last night MIAMI HIGRStHUOl : RELIEF COMMITTEE forgery with positive evidence against

.fhe fire:Teachedhe bunkers. Saturday !!!;J r f .4 him. ,i

; but was *apparent -q "hed ,thereafter CANDIDATE: FOR '1. 1" Butler hit town Saturday and his ,i;

a bard fight Unless the flame 1r first offense was atjthe Miami Shoe ,}
are topped there I* grave danger they COMMENCEMENT. ; : MEETING WITHSU9ESs Store where he m>;de purchaaes.to. .
:: the amount of $6, tendering In pay
building.. At an CLERK OF DADE COUNTY
will reach the ferry-morningthenrewa* --- "",,... _. ti -.. '-". .-. .- .-.- -- .. '.. ment a check for ,)7.14, made pa1'able
early hour tht* 1ft to Alex..John ok '
by A. Vlgand.
boning briskly.'_ E".$ i r".-. f ;l'rOUTSIDERS'ARE IEXERCiSES C :: ..> H p .. a well, known cltize*. of Cocoanut
WARNED. 4r' itS I Grove. Manager H nton knew that
jiSamuel II
..., 0. ntlar..a.o.11 a; candidate in a state of embarrassing confusion.It Me. VlganJs check raa good for_& -
TOTCEEPAWAYSan before! the"coming primary for needed the careful, accurate and I met any amount ac d cashed It,. glvof .
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, ., 'following 'J b } nomination to the office of tae clerkof painstaking work of an expert to Bring ins the darkey all the ,inm lest
"The
TIa1C11t0'ADTII 23= court:| '. *- native Floridian. and It to anything like a proper condition the purchase he had made. ,.. ?
telegram vii tent oat today HELD AT:THE AUDITORIUM Is one of:the best known'men in DaJe to serve the needs of an increasing IN (CANVAS FOR fUNDS Later Butler went to the establishi '
authoritative ouce. : ment of Isidore
from an :'toadrls county: having lived here for maD, I public.; Cohen and making
"Fleaae u\ the press generally Just such another purchase tendered In
year gj a man was found In Mr. lL payment
all people not to 'try to reach He received 'hit buslneu training I Fltts.: and he was appointed chief dep a check drawn In favor of Timothy
Sa Francisco AH outsiders'Kill not #; :-*... In the strict 4f oes of one of the great uty. Under his watchful eye and Millar for 138.1:. the name o. AL VI-' .
be allowed land here:. .They would ailratd9ysemrIn' Chlc.So and >I, j great experience the office Tias been gand again appearing as the maker.
only add to"the congestion bl"the Bacalaureat Sermon Ws''i Jii: one o.' rite most competent oClce men modernized; its method revolutioni To Aid the Suffering and Afflicted Mr. Cohen was leary of the check but
, cltlea around the bay, audit Is Imps- in the :Bounty. i Ized, until now it I* second to none In l I was assured by th > darkey that It 1
alble for them'to locate any one.)All ered by Rev. W. W. Paris- Whedi the late E. C. Dearborn was j the State for convenience anj accnr- in Californii,$lSI.OO Raisedin 'was alright and tha : Mr. Hlnton had ,
the people are befng.weftaken care electedJ.nearly; six year agiothe act. It Is conceded to be one ofi I cashed one for him Mr. Cohen i In- z
of and there will be no trouble if the Musical Features Were almost chaotic the Few Hours This vestlagted and ate consulting
: clerk's :$Jfice was in a best in the State. i a ,with "
supplies ,.re'.kePt, coming. lute h4tlng been for years under the When Mr. Fltts presents himself to Mr. Hinton, the check was cashed '
Excellent andEnjoyable. care of, ;gentleman of advanced! years the voter soliciting his suffrage, ne I Morning-Those ,: but afterwards the; determined the ;
: RAILROADS RE'DOING'I I and anjj> Invalid for several years, can well point to a public duty well / checks forgeries, as they showed'the
.. - SPLENDID WORK- :, whosejttethods: were not adapted to done, and the duties of an Intricate Subscribing.Up 1 I writing on the face and the endorsements
: the need of a rapidly growing office office well discharged.He made by the negro to be one "
;. Chicago April 23- In helping to whose /patrons were increasing in has proven his competency and ...i :and.tre'satpe.) .
relieve the suffering In California the great numbers. For the reason stated needs only to point to the office he ... ::1'0.The* check[ was drawn on the Fort }
railroads o* the United States are performing the 'clerk's office was at that time has cteated. for proof. I II" i, Dallas National Ban and a further In. ::
free of cost a service which! The baccalaureate sermon with accompanying .n I to noon today but two of the vestigation showed he purported (\&;
would have commercial. value. /ofat exercise opened commencement committee jof citizen appointed and ,[I'u re of Mr. Vlgand to boa. very,
least $3,400,000. V. .. week.In. the iaml.High MI assigned territory last Saturday mornIng : bad forgery i
The roads controlled by E. H. HaK, School at the auditorium last night MIA I RIFLES, AREVERY BUSY I to, solicit funds for the relief of City Marshal Ha dee was at once >:,
riman are doing* relief work of $"&.- Rev. W.' W. Farts who delivered the the' people in stricken California, had !: notified and he did a clever'piece. of
000 a daywhich will continue for the on. made a highly elevating and 'finished their qanvass and reported work by soon' havitg, Butler In car
next thirty days. Other roads arc po ertully eloquent address to the assembly PREPARING to Mayor Sewell, treasurer of the : tody. Butler prate ted his' Innocence :
doing the same proportion to their and the graduating class. He [FOR" ANNUAL INSPECTION fund, though other will make their and declared that ht had worked evn -

location and conectionaSHOCK toott as his text 'The Two Sam,1" reports thl* afternoon. \ month for Mr. PI1d. who gave .'
or SMnnel and Sampson, and held the These twq gentlemen, between them him the check to Alex Johnson
WAS FELTIN severs hundred people present In the 111\\ a few Hour work this morning In payment mat the same. The
OREGON TODAY Oft and most Interested. attention I succeeded In raising $191.00, which Timothy Millar k. he said, be
amount u win be swelled longed to a friend, who y
: It expected could not
I Portland Ore.. April 23- A dispatch His closing word to the graduateswere WhicbjWill Be Held Here Thurday Evening By Adjutant General t to five :[hundred dollars or more, write, and who had given him It to
from Grant' Pass Oregon says that close to their need for the future m .' when the other nine member of the cash. Seventy-four dollars In cash
an earthquake shock was felt there at living after receiving the diplomas Foster and a Regular Army Officer-Drill Tonightand 'committee make their report was found on his person, and he was
1:12 o'clock this.monIJ1C.. It-OasteJ and brief In an outline for their 'I Those sol| far ,:sported ae subscribing very willing to refund the amount he
, fifteen aeeonda but jno serious.damage upright\ example In dally routine.. I Again Wednesday Night.The to the fund and the amounts given had secured from Mr. Cohen and Mr.
'. was done: -- "- *" The musical feature were excellent I by each]are u follow: Hinton which he Bid.

MISS Teller sang Gounod' difficult .. I Commencement Offering ...... '".SO. Putting him through the "rack",Marshal -;, ,
FUNTON'WIRES ABOUT and classical "Oh,, Divine Redeemer : ',- John Sewer ...,;?....,.... .. .. Z$.OO .Hardee secured'iCONFEDERATES confession from ,
SHIPPING SUPPLIES, ," and gave It much expression !S S. O. nUll' ..s.. ..... .... 25.00 .1 him that he had he4 two othea .
[next few day win be active I* in the upper end of the county I checks '
and.Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .Harris i .on Presbyterian Chfreh .......... LOS bearing Kr. VlcaDd' name '.
Washington, April 2 J--A telegram envangellat. sang the new revival i and ful;of Interest for the members business connected with his candidacy .W. W. Front ..';............. 5.0- during. the. day. e at AnthonRomflt. )- '
received today from General Fnnston song "The Lord's Btulnes" They 1 of Company -L." Miami Rlfleavwhlch for clerk of'the Circuit Court of I. Cohen 4.:1............. 5.011 for $44.14 and the other at .

by the war department request that have cultivated full strong ,"olees. will r elve It* annual InsjWctioiiThursday i iI Dade County, wtrndTIrt! Lieutenant J. A. McDonald ./............. 1.00 D. R.Knllht' for both cleeta. ,r;
G. D.
Brosslerfto call-a. drill for to .. .... .. being forgeries 'It.n.
an supplies for the San Francisco and sang without an aecompanyment C. O. Richardson ... 5.00C. y
to the depotmaster I afternoon by Adjutant General night and another for Wednesdaynight 5.00 This morning Bu .
addressed H. Bradley 1
sufferer be Other than these two fine selections '.'''''''' '''' I arraigned
that dry.THOUSANDS the large choir made up of J$C. R. Foster, and the regular ; and to command the same tonight W. M. Brown ..-..... ...... .... LOU In the municipal art and turned
members from the rations churches: ''army officer, accompanying h"vFor | Thia- can therefore be considered A. J. Kolb ....;,.... .... .... .. 5.00 over to the county uthorttieL The
SLEPT INDOWNPOUR In the city furnished the music, Mr. I' some time put the om cera'.nd an order for assemblage tonight James Girt man t 1....... .... 5.00S. officials bare a'c .n cue against
-- OF RAIN Joyner pianist men of the command have been preparing and Wednesday nlrht.Ueutenant Bobo Dean ..1\\... .. .. ...... 5.00 him
Reverend N. B. Fuller, L. D.Lowe for: the In'p.Ctlon'br drilling twice Brosster say that the Ed Romfh j.... ... ...... .... 5.00J.
San Francisco r April 23- San Fran- H. G. Porter W. E. Stanton and a week;;: and putting their accoutrements company will evidently make a goods L Wilson ...tt:.r;;, ............ 5.00IH. GATHERING :
Cisco's homeless thousands slept In a Rev. Chiahold and Prof W. W.Hal I |-and equtppage in first I bowing at the 1n"lIpectIonnd! that F. Scruggs ft'Co. ........... 5.00 ATj NEW ORLEANS :5:
r rain. If they Slept at all.Hat were seated on the stage during the I condition to pass A 1, and to mustera forty or more'men will constitute tht Gonzales .. .;'....... .. .... 5.00
drenching which added misery to evening. ,I large: a company a* possible on thisoccasloq. formation, which will be as great a* A. H. Roes .j,.. .... ..... 4.00F New Orleans, Apfil 12-. Travel to .
; 'night
', On Thursday evening the following that so far turned out by any of theo H. Wharton . "
their sufferings ,
The rain began to fall ,soon suet program will be carried out: I This-mornlng Captain Jaudon, wh companies inspected. Dr. Fins .I..u) ,....... .... %00 .has already b egun. Indication a
midnight and continued with but' a Music-Blscayne Orchestra. L B. Padgett ...:.. ... ..... ... 1.00 point to a very laflle..ttendance. The .::
short Intermission and Is aflllng Intermittently Class History Eatelle Christine FRS HIS WIFF W. O. Mekgs .il..... ....... %00 [United States cruiser Columbia cross ",
today.:* Little or no protection DesRocher ELOPEDMr. Cash .....f..---*;. ..... .... .. %00 ed will the bar early torifcy. The re-union .'J

U possible as tents,and more substantial 'Music. Biscayne Orchestra. Presbyterian Sunday School. 1.9\1 open formally- ednesday.
coverings. are Insufficient for Class Prophecy Mildred Elves C. Sumerall' ....... ... .. ...... 1.00 ;
thousands unprotected. ,f Taylor. I .. George )Mango: j:,,............ LOU DANISH TRAWLERS FOUNDER .
they Music- Blscayne Orchestra. l married,1 Thos. J. Sweeting{............ .00 IN AN CELAND STORM '
SENATE MAKES ANOTHER i Class Poem Lottie May Maynard. Mr. |john Omweg, flagman at the he and 'his wife had been Charles McCarthy-! .......... 1.00 1
-" APPROPRIATION OF $1,500,000 Y.ledlctoryAlice Jane Ellis. AvenuefD railroad crossing returnedto fourteen years and that Mackley J. D. Mcljendon"I ........ .... 1.00. Copenhagen April 23-News reach-
Friday night's exercise will be: I hlgihome>;) Saturday night a little had been getting his meals at his J. B. Scale ..,;.... ....... 1.00 ,! ed here today that Two Danish traw-
i* ,April 23 When the Music Biscayne Orchestra. after tux[ o'clock and found himself house all the past winter, but not Dr. W. E. Stanton..... .... .. 1.00 'lets: with forty men) aboard foundered
Washington convened today a message was Rlght Training" the Motto for Miami minus;*:! wife, $165 in cash about S200worthifcf with his knowledge. He knew I R. N. Parker ........... ... 1.00 j!| recently off the e ast of Iceland In i ia
Senate _
the President recommending -W. W HalL Jewelry and silverware dishes I Mackley. but did not suspect anything Mrs. A. D. Stewart ....... 1.011 gale. A third boat with thirty
received from additional' appropriationof Music Biscayne Orchestra. laF js' curtains bedding groceries; wrong was going on. I Sirs A. P. urry. .?.... ..... .. .. 1.00L. men abotfel U aliuj believed to have .f ifoundered
c. an for the California anfferera. The Jew In Literature Little May snppliel and other things of mlre'.II Mackley, according to Mr. Omweg, K. Aa field ...... .... .. 1.0., **- ,1 f fMrs.
$1,500,000
>' .- )[a T1Iard. less vMue.TJpnji I owned a little houseboat, fitted out i Mrs. E. F. Thompcon .. .. ... .: 1.00
The House by" resolution:Saturday- Music Blscayne' Orchestra. investigation Mr. Omwes with an .engine, and he supposed that I John R. n Paola t ......... .:5
appropriated one million, and this was The Power of Ideals-Mildred Rive states :be found treason* to believe his his wife went off with him aboard it, H. L. Rockner .... .... .. .. 1.00 : )Iu.. n. tV. Pad!: tt .u... .5
amended to million and a half and ]I Taylor. wife hid eloped with one :M. C.Mack- as the steamer Miami turned !Its I Blue Flag Store . .. .. 1.00 : Mrs Jo.eth Sen' I ... .. ..5 ,
announced thatthe Music Biscayne Orchestra. ley, wjp had formerly been a foreman searchlight on the bay add saw the 'Mrs. J. B. Storman . .... .. 1.00 Ira. 11. King; .2Mrm j
co passed.House would It waa accept the amend Nature in American Literature -, on the clock in the employ of the F. houseboat owned by MacUey going ''T. J. Harner ?.. . . ... 1.00 W. n. Sande s ..... ... .:5I J
meat -, EstelleChristine DesRorhera. E. Cjij Railway ,Co. When seen out with the latter stearins, although Mrs. Chefneux .. .. .. .. .." .50. I P. 'Mezler ... .. ... ..... .!s 1
lded today that whenIt Music Biscayne Orchestra. : this morning J>y a Metropolis reporterMr. nothing was seen of Mrs Omweg.Mr. H. B. John nU... .. ...... .U J. A. ItLeDdon .. .......... .n 1'
The Hoar.de this afternoon It will be The After-Glow Alce"Jane Ellis.., Crowe's salt that his wife had : Omw eg, however 'eels quite Cash. .. . ...... .. .... .. .50 W. F.. Harden ..' ..._.. ..=s ..
.:;'.. until adjourn Wednesday that the member Music Biscayne Orchestra a?" '.. left h&j without a cent! and had taken positive, his wife is with Mackley ands |I IF Farringlan: ::.. ......... .50IX. Bo'D Jones .. :'...ya. ... .3
the Interment ceremoniesof 1 Delivery of Diploma*--1. r.. F.'x: everything of value that he owned, I badly worked up over !It He says hires .5I! : -
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t." mar John attend Paul Jones at Annapolis. Hudson. .. except bll house and lot He said that ,he will apply .for a divorce. L. Coker ... ;.t ....... ..... 50 I Total .. ... ... $190.00 i


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

II'i a I'! PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT. SUNDAY j and Furn.ituri. LQJALTh!

CIRCCLATIOM RATES
,if'I' ta.e year fcy mail ............ $5.00 Three months ................ tl.V '
tJ 11% IIIOIidli' ..*................. J.M One weeks by carrier .......... .10
%<'j, Ill be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty days .
!: ; Advertising Rate made known on application. .. In the selling of meats as '
Cut
11 other things. It's the quality of
TELEPHONE 71. OFFICS: METROPOLIS BUILDING. t meats that wins new friends and patrons
:I 02 and 434 Twelfth ttfeet opposite the Court House J. very day. By/the way burr yes
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W Watson : : Avenue D ever tried us on aa order tor Toast
MONDAY APRIL 23, 190 beefT We offer thd best SadRaters
beef to to!had. J
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;,. w ADHERING TO OUR POLICY. -" I. \. B. Doanc, Prop t
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,. the beginning of the present campaign in Dade county the Metrop-
oats announced both editorially and locally, that It would support and advocate -
'the candidacy of no man or men- for political office In the county, -cur Grand Clearance Sale is Now'j'Ona '
consideration-honestly and honorably ol
but would treat one and all with the same t .
; and that after the primary It would support and advocate the election
of those nominated against the common enemy. in keeping with our policy to carry goods over from season season we have cut the prices as ne er before
ViTe want to.reduce our stock as quickly as possible in order that .
,It Hated also that all political announcement for office, or communi- ire can cut our insurance down and al >o,to make
eaUons: statements, etc. thereby any candidate expected personal gain In same changes. in our store. | Last week was a banner: week with us. This week we want to make a better ne'and in 4

; any form whatsoever. ; and appearing In Its columns would be classed as advertising II;;;;;;; order to do so the prices are cut as below .
!, matter and must be paid for. We have adhered In every Instance Ii
: to both of these;policles. and will continue to do so,until the campaign Alfred! Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known The famous Paragon trousers sold in all jigh-grade j
. has been brought to a close.. In the past several days a number of <
H'i signed ,political and were articles handled appeared In the on form the of front,local and news other, but pages In realty of the were Metropolis arid materials, 18.00. $20 and 125 suits. for. PI4.9U I price. .*.. . .. . . . . . .. t4.95 ,I,1

advertisement, paid for at the rate 0:tenc: nta a line. Not one wa given goo Fat of pants we have been selling at $3.45 i i
4 oo, and five dollars for.. . . .. .
publication free'of cost to the contributor. Big line of men's business suits. the kind you buy 4150; Ji
; nit Metropolis Is always glaJ to receive and publish free communications elsewhere at 15.00. 16.00 and 17.00. The best Jfonats every day pantsmade $2.95 ,
in the. shape of Everglade drainage discussion, kicks, complaint, Information fur price.. .I. : : .1 ._* .I . .$11.90 I I I now . . :
'_ etc, of a public nature, but those endeavoring to accomplish a ij J j| BOYS KNEE PANTS '
; political boost through 1U columns mast pay for the privilege of publication. *'*."*.? 7fc; 850 and 90 cent pants for. . . . . .6oc :
A'few men's suits wo 9.00, 10.00 t6 90 i.oo too and 1.25 cants for. . ... ... .. .QOC I J
These rule are Imperative. They have not and will not be broken for and 12.00for. . . : . . .. ... 1.50. iUs, and 2.00 pants for. . . . . ,1.25 ,
; any man or person now interested In Dade county politics. With this nn-
f dersUndlni It I* hardly necessary to say that such commnncatlon. state-
and
Edwin Clapp and Diajl WALKOVER PACKARD Krippendprf ladies shoes,, a fine as-
L meats etc" must not be held up u sanctioned and apnroved.or as utter- I .
SHOES t
sortment broken sizes and widths.
t sates by this paper. They are ads; nothing more. mind brand shoes
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Shoes worth 3.00 4.00 .
\'Valk Over and
3 50 4 >shoes.. $2.45
and for . .. .
f f'f LET ALL RESPOND. Edwin: Clapp 6.00 and 7 oo shoes Packard and Keith s 3 50 and 9 4- 5.00the .. .
absolute -t shoe on I Big line of these to goat

f The appeal which Is now being made to. the business' Interests and earth a few pair to close. .S5., 3 . v. .. . I I R95 A big line of 2.50 3.00 .95
t- 10 and 3.So shoes for. .. ..'.P. 1f.
of the stricken and destitute citizens *f Ban
citizen: o: Miami on behalf .
& Diamond Brand 5.00 shoes or more pair of .
50 2.50 .
Francisco and other parts of California should be met readily by every per- $3 45 $195 I .
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,son of this community who can afford to make a contribution.' your vrf choice for. . . a id,300. shoes for. .1 All white shoes at -rductions

I The disaster,to Ban Francisco ls one of the most appalling of modemS
times. It has brought grief and destAutlon to 1M .homes of hundreds off
thousand of people, and has disorganized and .wrecked for months and.even Mens Shirts Trunks and, suitcases Men's Hats i

'f.. 'years, the commerce'and business Interest of what was the greatest comf 100 J
l John B.: Stetson and Knox
| menial capital of the Pacific Coast The sympathy which.we tire to them men's fine shirts I In as- '.
5 and 6 dollar hats A OK
it; carries a doable force when It Is sustained by material aid and these peo- .ported patterns mostly Man- jf
{, pie need.*1.1. They need to know that their fellowmen: and their fellow"citizens hattens and Royal Palm are 10.00 cTaaw and J .nit cueS for IUS to close at .,. t.[ :w
' of thli'country are not only thinking of them In their desolation worth 2.00 and 2.50 I JC 0 MAl 118.00 trunk; cad suit eases for S1UO Young Bros. 3. 3.50
f, and,destitution, but that they' will do all In their power to relieve their Closing price n..,IA J .1.00 trunks aid suit eases for I9.CO felt hats at this ssle';
;. wants and their pressing necessities.Our ,. )110.00 trunks and suit cases for $748 .2 85
city and section: 'of country has been blessed with prosperity, and ,Big I Line of Majestic 1 Shirts sa.GO trunk sad suit cases for 1140 fOr..t.- f
few of their people need of any comfort. Let us all give what we can to to close out I A 15.00 trunk and suit cases for, Illi a! '
relieve'the terrible:grief and suffering which now envelope and bans Ilk.a .. at. .' . . ;. I. UJKs 13.50 trunks sad suit cases tor $140 20 per cent discount ;f
'.., pall ove. the people of San Francisco and' northern California. ; l t ::t
Solicitors have been appointed to call upon the business men, merchant
and citizen of Miami and; receive contribution for thesesufferers.. Let Striven Elastic Seam Drawers worth.750 for. 60c The famous Dayton Railroad shoe .worth ;at 2.45

all give liberally and freely, with a sense of brotherly love and'kindness, for m"' Only three of the above to one customer Railroad I Overalls, worth 750 at . .},. ..6Oc_ .
we know,not the day or hour when it is possible for suffering and needto 'I,

"... fall our.lot. I At above prices cash and cash only goes

t' VILLIFYING OPPOSING CANDIDATES.
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'.,. .The 'State press is'doing good} work so far as it calls for clean poll
tics in.this campaign. The old advice to an attorney, "When you have no
case abuse your opponent" should be remembered by voters. They should Aiitliony Roiiif h Company
believe that the candidate who spends his efforts or any part o. them, on =
Tillifylng opposing candidates has no confidence in his own ability to win
:t their votes by presenting his opinions allowing his .own character to : ;
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be studied. If he Indulges In any other personalities beyond consider. t
tlon of his opponents: official career. If the latter has had any. he doubtless -
secretly feels his own unfitnees for the office and the chance are bat he (
;. '1* naIL: Eschew personalities. No man ever lost by being fair to an adversary. I FLORIDA.
'1 ., There are to be other campaigns after this, and if defeated this .
.i time, the candidate wilt lad it pleasant to reflect that he has left a goodImpression ._ .:'". 1.I .
on voters' minds which may give him strength in some future ---
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;: .are very glad to:state that the Metropolis, at JUlIe very beginning ru '
f the 'present' campaign made an appeal for clean .politics by the I
,; elimination of personalities i and while we believe that many of the candidates ; I I You
': for: the various offices are following this plan either upon the advice 1 : po Want a Leaky, HouseIf ?
: and appeal given, or their own convictions, we regret there are some who i
.. are not. However.; these are few and the vote they receive on primary day ;
:. will show_ .with. ,what consideration they are held by the electors o:'the Ii I 1'j; I 1,
county;,
There se no reason why politic should' not ,be conducted along tl same I I. ;
.line a* business. The..merchant, or business man who would dare to gel II
out and Indnlge'ln personalities against 'a competitor, could and would 'no> : ',, so we can do For but
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} nothing
.dare, believe it'woulj pay b!m. He would know that every time he uttereda I you, ;,: i iIf
falsity or even a truth that had better remain'unsaid he would be making
enemies for himself and friends for the one so villified. "
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If this1 policy Is applicable to business It I* applicable to politics. The yens \\ ant 'HU ab-ulnfely) water-liruttf| residence business bock or a building of any kind 1 **
ire"Indulgent"with the
people politicals and want them to state their platform
and qualification, but they da not care to hear an opponent'dissected we will (In- dad tu hw \ou a water proof 'artificial I't'lne that is the best on the -

I; and discussed. Let him speak for himself and leave them a* the Judges We will denmniiatt to you hut watrr can be poured over the facing of our stone
They will make no'ml.take In their selection, but if a campaign of personalities t g '
f' I* pursued the man or. men so assailed will gain friends while the assailant and will cTuv there until ev.ipor.ired: by the sun, with* not the least bit of aborbment by the

t" looses. .: roiif. It is not J hcjilthy fll live in a damp J house, therefore) protect the health of'yourself
: Many men.have.been elected to office .simply because they were persecuted :
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'" by an opponent who, by that very act, proved himself more on- and family and build a stone house Pinter can be put on this sronetbus.!saving the exp< nse

worthy' of..public 'suffrage, ,and recognltlon.that he, who.whlle weaker.prov- 1 4a of lathinir and we GUARAN I 1'EE our >tone will /not crack or peal. We also deal in
ed himself the more deserving by his honest and honorable methods of campaigning
and unless those guilty of the unjust and unmanly attacks now being Ce.nenr.. : : DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A CHANCE TO rflDjfi '

o made on opponents, speedily desist the lesson will come home to them !
:f dearly learned May 15. !
': The Metropolis I* an enthusiastic advocate of clean politics and hope c i1 ,
and believes the day will come noi only In Florida, but throughout the
country, when every candidate will conduct his campaign on the same plane i
that he would a business transaction-fairly, Justly and honorably to all JThe Art Stone Co '

'cancerned.. '. That Is the kind of politics that will put the best men into i ionce. one roc iq'

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Chicago,Is said to have within her boundaries, over 1,000 active highwaymen : : J Y.

it.#.'.\ not including_ the board of aldermen. 'i I i Office; and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. f' "Look for the Turn Jot the Wall

,:' Some 0: the Senator fear the President's conn review clause will make'
th* railway law
rate unconstitutional. Others probably tear that It will not.
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", MIAMI M&TKOPOU.' ''MONDAY. APRIL"'23, f1IOL .. ___ _'" ,
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.1 hinby announce myself U a candidate : / o .AU.f.t.tf L -" .
L -Politicald for the office of tax,collector:
I of Dade county: subject to the action
eprofessionsQattar.oa of the Democratic '
i primary.
v; P Taoma J. Hardee. BUt : / ':\ Ji; ; S
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FOR COUNTY Second COMMISSION District l,. IfyYOU!, HEREYOU'RE

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To the Democratic Voters of Dade I .
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'A o* c Bau cider thU iMidi.r" : .
ac Exv ta,. wilt be in.*rted aniil after the Democratic -- ,County: -; :
Pnmsne. in the Daily Metropolis I hereby announce myself as a candidate : SAFE IIt's I .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW for tlO.Otf: Weekly Metropolis. $5.00
!, or In both the Dally and "eekl; Metrotmli for tIle office of County Commissioner
,will ptaod.ela au'CI1Ina.Pt...s6./.ewd I *for 10.00.Positively. (torn the Second Districtof j

e.eet..llaoUltl..r.r Cls..latll.0411I, I I, .0aaaodacempat.\11 Dade county, subject to the will
1oeh4nt. :. be Inverted. nnleu accompanied by thC e of the Democratic voters as expressedat a great Uea-wh n a merchant asks ten dollars' for a sull:'the buyer J J"he"
< < > the comings,primaries. j merchant -takes him up". The question is, what does
:i ffe \ Paul C. Jone*.. i get? If the. "jie" means the merchant he gets the man's: six
H. SEYMOUR: H. )'. ATICn: i West Palm Beach. Fla.t I dollars and his suspicion" for evermore.If the- "h," Is the. man
& Atkinson For Representative J f I i
Seymour To the People of Dade County: I II FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i iI' I
Attorneys and I At the request of friends and witha +1 :First District ,

Counselors At Law. ; desire to serve you In the State Leg I hereby announce myself as a can He
I islature..' I announce myself a candidate didate for ttie office of county commis Gets Left
....- eUl atuatkm State to and civilpractice Foderal to all coaru,, l for this office subject to the Democratic sioner froni"the First District of DaJe
"" primary to be held In May. count subject to the decision of the .
.Room. S,6,i. Friascll Bldg-, Miami I i I respectfully solicit the support. ci coming Democratic primaries. 1
the people 0: Dade county, and. If i8[ | Chas. W. McPaersoo- I I led

A. elected. I will faithfully and impartially Stuart. FL If that merchant could afford to sell the garment or less than he u
G. WorleyAttorney discharge the duties of the office why did he not name the lowest price at once? Is that merchants'' re
and will do an In my power' for your FOR COUNTY Ml"IONIR' liable? Can yon affofd to risk his Judgment He certainly takes quit
at Law best Interest and welfare. I trust to 1 iiflfth District a load on his shoulders( when he attempts to carry trade that way.
'J10J, Twelfth., Miami, Florida hare the pleasure of meeting the rot- I hereby..announce my candidacy tot We guarantee that you will pay here fully u much* your .el&hbOr- 4 J
.. era at an early date and discuss all renominatlod to the office of County and just as surely foull pay Just as little. We further guarantee yon ,
public questions aDd define oily mj Commlsslootr, subject to the action your money on demand If your purchase 1* unsatisfactory when you ret
Geo. M. Robbins position la reference thereto.I of the Democratic: primary sad ICo home
recognize the tact that a public licit the support of my Democratic :j
v Tltuevl1l..PI. office U a public trust and should friends M
Attorney and Counselor you honor me with your rote, I will
| E. O. TweedeILFOR
,- At Law highly appreciate your confidence and Jl If you pay
.". Interest If here
will be loyal to your buy
wm pnctic la an Costa, SUM aa4,:PMwa' Respectfully O. A. Worley., COUNTY j ,District COMMISSIONER No S lesselsewhere you ,I,

To the Voter of Dade County: I
I hereby announce myself as a :.
Hudson & Boggs i iA Fer RepresentativeI didate for.irenomlaatloa to the .I You safe .
hereby announce my candidacy of County:},Commfasioner la are .
,. ,Attorney at Law for the position of Representative No. S. subject to the action of the I you get t
rom Dade County. To you I submit be' I .
Democratic/ primary election to
Townler Building' Miami Florida \ c
J tile question of qualifications '
my held M&Yj 16tb. 1904. less Value
.,., to represent you la that capacity. U T. A. Wlnfleld. If you are tatemte k s lew silt we want to show yoo oar todsoa b. if i\.

D T. STA&OS,.1L D.. nominated at the Democratic primaryand fd f
elected at the general election I
FOR COMMISSIONER I
.\IIIIcIe wID act Crow naraa.r shall devote my best efforts to your S3 District No. S I $8.50 $10 $12 $18.00ss
-....- I4UI StTMlcorrAT service and the welfare and up-build To the Democratic Voters of Dade ,
cY1AhI ing of Dade county shall receive my County; .

Il ., -, FLORIDA.QR. /earnest consideration.Beepectfully. I take !ibis method 0: announcing j you pay i tss elsewhere, you'll get LESS Tflue i1i
I .4 my candidacy for the office of county i
'f J. .. JACISOH, ,n.. !I J. W. Watson. ,commissioner from District No.3, tub- '
ject to fly: action of the Democratic !
| if 'urrict- ,;I For County Clerk primary. ;On account of being engag1I I -
Viorai. 8iCAYNK'BLOCJtAv&.D.XUKL. !;To the Democrats of Dade County: I I ed }1n vegetable growIng It will be ImI I 1.
-i I take this method of announcing I possible (or me to makes personal I
\\J FIkIBIDA.t |j my candidacy for the office of County i ii canvass ot the county my crop demanding j
i j J i Clerk, subject to the action of the I fly attention just at this
1. i Democratic primary and will appreciate time. Tttls being the case I earnestlyurge
DR. W. ,B.RUSH. any support that my friend all PJY friends to do what they R. W. Rhod-s-j
I. can give me. Respectfully can in tuff behalf. R.. L. WalL
i Office S27-litb ltJ'ees"Pbone"Raddl.,108 Z. T. Merrttt it.

Wh' 81. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER t

MIAMI, TLA.f For County Clerk J4| 5th DistrictMr.
With full appreciation of tie Ugh Klrfc Mnnroeof Cocoanut Grove, Clothier ancDon't Men's Furnisher. }
honors asked for and promising falUt- baring been unanimously nominated ; .
l-f J. .D. f. Mullett M.D.Office' tat performance of duties If elected I for county commissioner by a man
have the honor to announce myself a meeting tot citizens, we hereby announce '
: Boom and candidate tor the office of Clerk of the 'hi* candidacy subject to tie () forget the Number 322 Twelfth Street, Miami, Florida _
if' S 4 Circuit Court of Dade County and ask action o.'fihe Democratic primary. Mr. ;
I Trissell Building for your vote In the primary of May Mnnroe has been a resident of Dade
;: Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m.' f to I p. a.J 15th. J. P. Jaadon. county fpr more than twenty years, L -
if' Residence 816 Avenue U during which'time he has shown an r "

For County Clerk': unflagging zeal in the.caul. of good : I
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FRED.RUTTER : i. take this method of announcing roads and baa steadfastly promoted I. .-
I;" !. myself as a candidate for the office every worthy Interest of 'our great '
'of' of Clerk of Court for Dade County county. Therefore we ask for him I t.
General Contractor. subject to the action of the Democratic i the hear|( support of all good citizens. H
; Grading.: primary. F. W. Hahn. : at the, coining primary. &
Ii'' Blasting i (Signed) W. J. Shone- WILSON .HUDDLESTON
Well Sidewalk '
Drilled
B. S. Potter.
For Cleric of the Circuit Court
-_ :- Democratic' Ceo. Richardson .
ITo Voters of Dade [ il
i county: : Committee. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
W. C. JWaynard I I
: .1 hereby' present my name to the I I ;
ORADUATEO CIAN t voters in the coming Democratic primary :, FOR OUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond

'. u candidate for, clerk of the' District fi.rm of Beck. Wilson & Hud&leston having been dissolved by mutual con-
With Maynard Son. Jewelere
circuit court for Dade county. To theVoters;; of Dade County: THE
'L.....D 'X..t to Port omc.' Having resided acre for twenty-fir I hereby announce myself a* a candidate is therefore no more. We )kill continue the business of real estate, insur- ,,"

years I invite inquiry and investigation for nomination to the office'of surance, etc. in the Hatchett building, rooms 10 n, 12 at head of sta rs. Web }
of those who do not know me personally county commissioner In District No. 2.
GEO. .MCDONALD will be glad to list properties ybu have for sale. If wish t buy we
u to my reputation u a sib subject,cio the action of the Democratic any may you
till lqIuir lien my rt ord aa aa official in year Primary Election to be held May have some of the best'properties in the city on our list and believe we can interest

4t., ..rr ruc-aa4 Sa""YI4Iq Lam4 cpicult Jut the and office my'fitness to which and I aspire competencyfor .15th U I. Gea B., Baker., )' u.Ve handle all kinds of real estate, improved and unimproved city and. :;

COOOA2TCT OBOVX. TLA.' It elected: I promise fair and court FOR !COUNTY COMMISSIONER cOll:1try.Ve invite you to call and) talk it over :: WILSON A Hu DLESTCN r

out treatment to every tidsca at the }I L t District No. 4 ,
hands of every person connected with The tends of A; Lee Allen desire 1.j
WALT C. DLtARMO8rohlteote. the once to placebis name before the voters "
I Soliciting the support of every voter of Dade;County for the office of County I! -
who considers me competent and cap Commissioner subject to the action -"
-, able I ,am respectfully: of theiDemocratlc primary election I ,:i
\ Eugene U/Dimlck.West to be nand May IS. WOi.
MiamI: a M. J.
1210 Are. C r.:, Palm Beach. Fla -._ Yarborough ;j j"j
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.Fee Clerk of the Circuit Court 13 District No. 4
-f- The Chapman House Believing that my services for the The mend of J. J. Holly announce Contractor and Builder r

,: P. W. CHAPMAN. Prop. put five years aa Chief Deputy la the him asa, candidate for County. Commlsslon .
b.. GAl pw T. : ofabkoo.e WMBj office of the perk of the Circuit Court r in District Na '4, 'subject Builder of the Palm Beach dote 1
r Gan.......lIMIr_ x..' qualifies me for the position I herewith to theaction; of ,the. Democratic Primary i ,;
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; ea 4 17 mUm tm of PaUi Buck,om Ut ;
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& cuaJ, .... respectfully candidacy
1M announce
" aaoq pl8M. 1 my
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Delray;PlorideA. subject to the approval o: the Democratic FORCOUNTY; COMMISSIONERSecond t iJ
t primary. District Miami. Florida
t. .. a ntu I Friends of William Helm, announce :
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.W. Graham candidacy county commlsalonei 'I
For County Treasurer !from Oil Second district:subject to the 4J
Contractor and Builder To the Voters of Dad County: action'bf! the Democratic primaries -
w' Satisfaction Haring been Identified with Dade Mr. :;Helm Is a successful businessman the Tenth Justice District of Dade at the coming Democratic Primaryas
county since 1895; oaring'done the Enthusiastic good roads, a county subject to the Democratic primary candidate for membership la the .1.1t'
Guaranteed.v very beet 1 knew bow a* an Indlrid- first-class civil engineer and well and ask the support of all my county board of public Instruction, .1j
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..* MBA ei....AO MA..work asd BA1"yae.o.. nil citizen to make It a, prospctucounty equipped+ to fill the once.FOR friends. Respectfully finds me not well equipped either u j
5 q.w11am.Mawy..Po.boaer4.Yla.LTle.k fsUMCM Iwrnlmberf. S*>4 FftAlfa4 ]
{ ; haring Und at boPi ends :: Job r. DeBcrry. partisan or a* office-seeker. But it I* 1
of the county and baring filed ..s true that Ij hare had come experience
, COUNTY COMMISSIONER
public office so that the people m.y FOR CONSTABLETenth as an educator; and If. aa such the
Expert Typewriter know whether I do so conscientiously f|| First District District I people want my service In the modest
I now offer myself a* a candidatefor I respectfully announce myself asa I hereby announce myself as a candidate 'I but important office Indicated I knowof '
the office of County Treasurer candidate for the office of county for the office of constable of I no sufficient reason tor refusing
Repairing subject to the Democratic primary. commissioner for the First District the Tenth Justice' District of Dade M I this service.' I do not feel the lure .
I need every rote that I can get and subject.to the action of the Democratic county subject to the will of the 1 of office and I can not contend for J'
_, v., PRESTON :: trust that my friends whether In the primary. of May 16J ocratic voters at the coming Dem-I office; but I stand ready to respondto The rush IB orer ud wftfl ye* !Dew :
.,304 9th St. ,P. O. Box 311 i iI city or. country will not forget me t| Harry DuBols. election. W. H. )( I any reasonable request to serve.
on the day of the primary In returnfor Jupiter( Fla I The rest is up to you. the time: drop la lad take a,leek at. ,
which premise If elected "to FOR CONSTABLE !i i |: i W.- W. Taro. our fine Use of'Ioolsua." Dust far-. .
Emil ,A. Ehmann perform the dutiesof the office with FOR TAX ASSESSORTo -Tenth District I i i I Miami, 'la.. April'1L ,
u much courtesy accuracyI the\ Democratic Voters of DadeCounty I hereby'announce myself a candidate 'j'Suffered ret the pIta t

Architect promptness a* I give to try prirr.iet j i : for the office of constable in the Five Years with Kidney JOHN IWILL A IRQ
i.fc .basinets Gee. Q. Curie. j I I will} be a candidate for re-nomlna- Tenth Justice District subject to the and Liver I.
West Palm Beach Florida [ I!tlon aVjhe: coming Democratic primaryfor Democratic 'Primary to be held :May i Trouble"I Headquarter for smart TaBortac ,
tuff office of Tax Assessor 15th 1906. :,
1 For Qeunty TreasurerTo and ref j 336 Twelfth str |t. Blscayne Bloek
!f cpectfolly solicit your support.Geo. Pierre S. Titus. suffered for fire
the Voters of Dade County: years with kidney ,
Merritt & Kolb I hereby announce myself aa a can ,g| O. Butler. I and liver' trouble, which caused severe ---
IdlJate for renomiiatlon the office I I OR/ FOR CONSTABLETenth paln| across the back and a bllnd-
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Real Estate Rentals, etc. 'of County Treasurer subject to the CONSTABLE District Ins.; heaJacne., I had dyspepsia and I!I to Loan
action of the Democratic Primary Q Tenth DistrictI I hereby- announce myself as a candidate i I 11I'as so constipated:: that I could not j Money
Estates Managed I election to be held May !6th. 1906. take ibis method 0: announcing far the office of Constable in }([move | ?l8 without a cathartic ,
Are. C. near lath St., Miami. Fla. C., IL Raulenon. i I myself: a candidate for the office of Tenth District of DaJe county subject -,1 I I wag cured by Chamberlain's
Miami Fla :| constable for the Tenth district ..ubi to the Democratic primary and .each I and Jver Tablets arij nave been,
: i ijecttjto the action of the Democrat ask the support of all my friends.Respectfully 'I well now for Deft months." says Mr On Short qr lime
DR. E. M. LAWDENTIST I Long
; For Tax Collector ic Primary election to be held Mal i Arthur S Strickland, 6t Chattanooga.
i To the Voters of'Dade County: 15th i906. \v. J. Wilson. i i TenD. *or sale by Biscayne Drug ,
i I herebyannounce myself as % candidate { SAMUEL ROUNDTREE. Co. and i 11. drugeists. Easy aments )
'I'I for renominr+'on to the office i; ti FOR MEMBER COUNTY Chambtrlaln's Salve Is good for any !
Office over Scwell's: : Shoe Store d jof County Tax Col' etor. subject tri
9 I FOR CONSTABLE BOARD OF EDUCATION disease jf the skin. It allays toe "i
Artistic. Work Thoroughly the action of the r oiocratlc Primary Tenth District/ Itching/ I burning sensation instant- I ..
Executed '{to' be held May ifi,- IttM. I 1 hereby 'announce myself as a can- To the People of Dade County: i ly. Fo sale by Biscayne Drug Co. Dade Co. Security Co.r
With The Moet Modern Appliance T. M. Garter. didaU for the office of Constable lit Urgent request for use of my name and all aft i .
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,; ,,, The, first National Bank f Town TopicsMrliT. J JL 1 WELLS Are prepared orders&in to tbeir.execute '

at Miami. In tbe State of FIor14a. i .,\
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RESOURCES __ _''.' ,._.__ __ ___, _, ____
___ ____.$06436.33 -- --- --. i Millinery DepartmentDesigners .
Loan and 4i.co..t. S3.S N. Cautler candidate for re- Only Seven Otfendants .
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Overdraft U.S. Bond to cc>*red ec.r.dicallitta---- .- SV 000 nomination and election to the office There were but seven case, --I ; of the latest Spring style, hats .
I'.i..oD C.S.BodeBonds. ._____ of county tax'' collector; went op to drunks and disorderlies; for trial dark and
.. [ in silk. straw light
ccnritin.
Bankmr bone,f..t..ad ftxtnre.*_....._.-- 20.one.oo Fort !iauderdale i last Saturday: morning the municipal court this morning. weight material '
DM from from National Slat llaak..aad Bank(not BankeDve merr--agest.l.28-___ ..1301,11[0D.e to;;look after hll. political Interest I I I ,;
from approved remerr _te___ ".""IM ,there.BrsIsr. BROS8IER means fate Investments "-
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Note*of ( National Ba.k.---. gn.oo Ladies Tailoring DepartmentFor
...- Fractional money paper re c.rreacr..ickles erre in Ba....___and_neuuLavfnl _.-_._-. 33.ro0.ookedemptwu 3W.OO I wants t. Ifcrt ysw property { Withdraws from Race

toad with. _D._S._Treaurer___(five_per_.cut uoo.oo I t-aIn Mr. Pierre Titus who has been one of and .
of circnlation. Cap J. F. Jaudon. candidate for of the candidates 'or the office ttreet. carriage evening costumes
Total-_ :---_tjnjtn.** I Clerks the Circuit Court went toVestTaIm I boo table In the 10th district baa waists, tailor gowns and coats
LIABILITIES \ Beach Saturday morning' withdrawn from the same as businesswill
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'I Ithere:1 not allow him to attend to the i Twelfth Street Miami
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(fa_ __ | 50.000.00 to visit old and make new friends j ,
dock paid ----
Capital Sarpln*lama_.____--:rr_- ;.000'00t'ndivlded ::: From West Palm Beach hq duties the office will Impose. I
profit,lc*>expenoe and laze paid kde' .39t' II .
and Stuart before
::r !i .OIJO.OO will Visit Jupiter I
Bank o.ttJ"'DdIDI'-----------
.' Dne National to State Bank and Banker. ___ 444.11 returning to Miami. NOTICE
a.. Individual depoeit* *nbject to clleck.1'13.' .est 05 The :\lIaml1leat Market closes thru .
._____ tl
,1Ie..aad Certificate of depowt ._ :z7.4'iUI..?. I hours every day, from 12 to 3 p. m.,
Certified check__...-__.___ 4 SU>f4 your pianos or furnltture at .
S.SM.KS f3o4J JII1S.05 except Saturdays and Sundays. Satur
,- '::: ea"bier'.cbeck'oat.l..adiall------TotaL-L__ _.___ ;:; ____. II'II.44 t\\f 'the \ilarnl Furniture Company's storage days open all day and SundayS from *
f .r '
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!"/' 110Ij tl" and 319 Twelfth street'
Connt/of Dadi.eo: \ r r.\ r f i' I to S. a. m. The above schedule to
J"-.r-Romfll. ..hr .f the above named bank { take effect May 1. A. B. Doane. Saving Opportunity
'jE do ioiemnly. *wear that tlleallo.e"t.atelaut i*tr.e to the best .r0 Dr.fiT N. Fogarty. one of Key-Wests :
1, ,of my knowledge and belief. most gjromlnent physicians, who has' Will Repeat Performance I
ROMFHiCashl been fa' attendance at the annual session :
-,
ler. will
t-EDW.ARo. l' W. S. James repat the success.
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I -! WADDEti. {Bl,the State Medical Association I ful melodrama "Wedded and Parted' Meh

; '!'..PITZER.Correct. attei.:!M.8HANABAX.DftCt.. ..:iII EDWCS. A. ,. t 'tt.litt .homeu arrived:| here Dr. Fogarty this morning was met en here route by: I at Cocoanut Grove' on Friday: night I Suits at 34th their Real Value.
for the benefit o. the Boys': Athletic
.' Subscribed aid ...orn lo before me this 10th day org I his I#to cat-rigged!; yawl and he will Association. This play was givenIn : r
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April.2. Frederick H.Band.Jr.Sotary\ Pablic.- :crulsfc home In it, several days being last and
this
city Thursday night
v.is a.'
llTComaiiMioaupimSept.' i i
}: occupied on the trip.
was a grand_success.
,. You safely figure on j
savingat
Anything you want done. sidewalks, may
landscape gardening road BROMIER. means REAL ESTATE I Vlowing <
sewege.
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.J bnilt:tUnd* cleaned. See Frtd. flutter, least one-fourth on the Fol .'\

R. Mlamt 3| Regarding A city street 14th gang Street Is engaged today'I, specials for this [week' :

Mrjt? Bertram Roberts, nee Miss In filling In and improving the gradeo
Ada ;tPavis of Miami, who has beet 1 Fourteenth street between Avenue*,
visiting friends and relatives at Little C and D, It being so low that water .
i I Light Cassimere suit., double Finest Blue Serge Suits, satin -
Rlve ,;came into the city this morning stands from curb to curb after every C7 lined,
: REOf. I breasted mo- Aft long
And will be the guest of Mr. and I rain. The grade will be raised sufficiently delsat.$I.UU sacks at,,... ..$I3.00
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for the to off
Mrs. Oi Duncan Brassier at their home sewer carry r.
J I on 9U[ *' street for some time before the water. Ligpt Cassimere suit, sin.
,< '' ''returning to her home In Key WestBRASSIER I I'I' -- breasted Grey Flannel Sni ts' o
gle mOo $ 00
!j -, 0 'I' V I Can't'Get Crews dilsnt $7.00 half lined at.., .... .
wt;{ .. ,, I II .. .... . _
'. .... ; ..- ..,. .. The captain of one of the smacks ;
nMaiM snl'estmat
.."ij+ ': .- 'i I of the South Florida Fish Co., which BLUE SERGE Suit, single Unlined \Vorteuits < i

Wated; left here recently for Tarpon Springs brea td models, ,6.00 at ..$5.00
.. 1.000 for five year on to engage In the sponge fishing business a, .. _. .. :.
Carries : climbs more hills; goes just Box 71. .
as many passengers imprOved city property. city.; for the sum;aer, writing to Mr. '
fast less gasoline and tire; is safer aid: more easily $ I Black Black Thibet
; uses Clark one of the owners state that CIa Wonted Suits in ,
controlled; just as luxurious and comfortable' and costs Mrifand Mrs. C. N. Petersen, and there are': a number of smacks tied styles satin lined Sa'U$16.00
less for repairs than many cars that sell for double or treble son FireJ!: who own and have occupieda up at that place because of ann. Inability I a lt .$9.00 s :
Its price. ;: 'i: Send for. the REO book that' tells why comfortable home on Eighth street to get and keep crew The I 'Linen Coat. ''a d .Vests toBlue.Flannei
: during the past season leave tomot captain say also that the Greek do Suits CIA 00 close them ,oat ft CAat :;
row for their home In far away Fair not make good and reliable spongers io all style*at... >I U ........i..J..S'l} .jU
mont Minn. Their home has been a* they strike and quit after every j 1.
leased to Mr., and Mr*.. Sidney S.Conklt '
trip until all of their money has been
Miami Automobile Co. spent. The problem of securingcrews 1

he .says.: Is quite momentous.
13th Street mar Postofficej:: |1 NOTICE Miami, Clothing Co13106Avenue -
S All;; the dry goods, clothing: and .
Jewelry store will on May 1, begin fiRST CLASS *
closing at 6 o'clock p. m., dally except 1
D :-
:Saturdays until the first of No Miami Florida ;

vember. Miami Merchant. Ass'n. Table Board and Room 't
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8ail'16w Last Trip ::. '
Great Reduction /Thf( ;steamer Martinique Capt. Dillon ...
jrhich has been on the Miami- $30 Month I I HELD U* FOR AN
Nassau run since the Miami was taken per
oit!a few weeks ago!; will go out .EXAMPLE "-
on hit: last trip of the season today: t
; In" Gents Summer Clothing',and ,Shoes returning\ here Thursday It Is nukaow&jret MRS. E. C. BECK12th almost any ca/rlsge or wagon sver

| what the Martinique will a submitted to our attentIon, will show .

and Ladies Skirts GOING AT COST, dq. thli summer though there is unofficiili our skillv In repairing., No matter, '
-- falk that she will go on the Sreet, Facing Royal Palm how much out of j i order your. vehicle
.
MianSI-Key West-Havana run.relieving
may be we be'able to put It :'
the Miami which will to the Weft
Loan Office ""Op P O; CoasjJIFliijS go ,,, Into com mar once more. Cost
City > EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. '
y ,I, trifling In comparison to saving II.. "'
i i ? tenement on 12th street and ANY BUSINESS v new purchases.
''I The Boulevard[ partly furnished, at BEST REFERENCES I;
reasonable price" J. N. Chamberlain.
.I 109 twelfth street. FRED. E. RANKIfJ: I ',, 2'- J. A. ANN
BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE FLA. f1r .'
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Z. OF DISSOLUTION i: 423, Eleventh Street Miami. FJa.I .
> .-klOTICE ,_ .
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I G. M. DYKES -I I Ii
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Toe WJforn It May Concern f H .
ThJKcontracting electrical business i
.. ,. heretofore icnjucted- under the firm 334 Tenth Street

i ,; nam Jay Wn dissolved by: mutual consent.' fpeir'l. :
George, H. Meyers having sold his Interest Week. WagoMs' Brit to
=:to E. A. Robinson who In the j I 'JCompan' -
HORSESHOEING A Specify.Burkhart .
fututjtJ will conduct the business In

his on, name. All accounts due the | .
firm bt Meyer & Robinson will be collectori ,
by''' E. A. Robinson and all .
)..12th street. Phone No. 157 and 1121 Arenue D. Phone 110'
accounts due the firm of Meyer &:
Roblgson will be collected by E. A. LOCK AND GUNSMITH Gat..geand Stabl-is 11th street, near. Ave.,E, Phone No.,100. '
Robinson and all-debts contracted by
the Arm will be paid by him.j .' w
Expert Repairing .Horses Carriages and
j|| Meyer &: Robinson
t'. Per E. A. Robinson. Avenue C between 12th and 13th St.
I ;; Automobiles "


IIFI co ii II I for 4 Ire by the hour. dar.. week or month. A tomobile stor*

S2.50 $z.5o age. repairs and supplies. Agents for the iambus FORD autumobiles. *'
Freight unloaded and delivered. Sfkcia facilities '
lot :moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets Bag i

and 1 and I gate transferred. ALL orders receive eeftraill. .


Watch( This Space .>

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I I AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE ..
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For next Thursdays sale at L. F. LaFontisee 708 7th St: '
Besides this patent Gibson tie: we have odds of soft _- '._ ._ .
black kid and gum' metal, in variety; of shapes and design; r "

They are here in all'shapes and leathers at $2.50 and $3.00
( Dade Co. Title Insurance :



Magnolia Grocery' .onlpanY"I i and,, Trust ComjianyOF I e'

MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
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Paid Up Capital 75000. Surplus $12,000Insures

I land titles prepares ab"tractsol, titles loans andinvests

ftlephone 84. Corner ."/cen.lIC D 'and 4Ui Sm'({. i ii money on its own account and for others. Acts as3]

agent, attorney-in-fact trustee assignee ecutor.: re-
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Furniture;:Carpets, Rugs; Mattings, Kitchen Utensils

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Offlc*"Phone 35< H. M. KING 'P.hon.es ,

: MostAny: 1 !! w. f. MILLER !I -

Undertaker and Embalmer ,rJJ ]!

THE: UNDERTAKER |
A 1300 AVENUE D I :.

!, RESIDENCE 210 7th STREEt t i HONE 26 413 liSTRE .



"\ : ,ftIs apt to be one'en which eseleSe I Wanted- Man to work In abstract w _
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., you will have to purchase ( jjersonnl iJ wi J.lotez, J IgraPher office knowledge; must preferred of be the sober; state business and salary have; expect-steno some "POP" '


l. led; permanent position to right man, i

", 'x A I Dr. W. W. Faris went np to Ojus Everybody peelers Blue Ribbon, 'J. L. Jones, Arcadia Fla t .

t. ,.1 I this morning on business. Lemon or Vanilla after once using ,
f th'm. Absolutely pure. Goes twice Mr. Eugene H. Dimick, who spent everybooya name for VALUEIN; SIGHT
order. far. the greater portion of last week in soft drink. All I others rake
: Picture frames maae to The ag |||
WEDDINGGIFT' I Racket Store. Miami looking after hll.political fences "Pop' but they rWt all malu when oar stock.Is...., .Y4sonYoet
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Mr. and MrsfjSloan.( and Mrs. M. left Saturday night for his home Norms Martinez 6 cent cxrar'to tie

Mr. C. G. Philips, 0: Fulford, Is a \\. Goode and daughter Lucy of OJus, In West Palm Beach. highest priced goods fa ththere's etas
; -- business-visitor In the city'today. are taking thejxjay for shopping at j "Cascade"G1ngrA1e a bluer moneys wont a...
::0: :;, the various storpt in this city. Breesln wants to list your property can'be found any where fa the et

:: J .-ti.. .- Summer rates at the Rutherford I
(Il .' .. ;. BROSSIER wilt collect your rent*. Rev. L. D. Lowe leaves tomorrow I IMPORTED AND ;
Boarding House %%3, Ninth streetMrs. ,
; '-'' to attend the district conference of

''j. j : Mrs. T.. A. Bryan, of Fort Lander I the .. E. Church, South, held at TltnsTille DOMESTIC CltARS i
J. G. Saxelby returned Saturday
dale, who had ;:been In the city the, next week. He will returnto t
West.from a most-pleasant visit to Key past two or c,&tee days, shopping his pastorate here on Saturday. ,. .. singly, by the boa or by the :poasM
'-We'll, be ready for you when has returned tdher. home. of superior quality and fa perfect asr i
'". Don't fall to register roar child for We are tM exclusive Millers. dltlon at small price AH oar etSatU V .,
For Sale- desks and ;
e. day comes with the right safe. Miami Cheap Market two Lost Tribune wheel lost at Armory the special summer term at the Miami of "Cascade" In this UrrlUry. are kept so that none otftetr, Stet
one "
Goods ':at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON Second street and Avenue D. Conservatory o. Mute. i There are a lot of glitters alee ranee Is lest
Finder will pleala return to but none to compare wit '
Metropolis
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cochran are c.1 "Cae ad.* Be Jouro
office. 1 you get I
fef Last week's meeting of the W.
happy over the arrival of a fine baby "Cascade" and substitute :
T. U. was postponed until Friday o: Ine
girt .
( Mr. and Mrs. Hicks. Mr. Peters, and I this week when a full attendance ,.
The Gantler House will be open for family and Mr Nelson were'of the union la requested. It will Mall orders given special attentionAcmeBottlingWorks
the summer at summer rates. :Airy among Saturday night's passengers 'be held at the Baptist church at 3:30 HAYES
rooms and fine cuisine. bound for Keys West. o'clock.
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\. JEWELERS and OPTICIANS. There Is-an effort being made to stir I Wasted aeon cotton rags at this tl Mr. F. W Hahn, one of the lead- \ The Cigar Man;
,Next U Poatoffioo Miami; Flor da up the Humane Society. It Is said I offlce. ||| Ing candidates for county clerk ar MIAMI FLORIDA
.t that It needs reviving.For ;. rived In the city Saturday night from _
Mr. Peter Nelson? left this morning I the north end o: the county and spent Sixth Street West of the ten Factory OPPOSITE HOTEL B1SCATKXTHE '
Sunday with his family. He left this t
Sale Eighteen fine laying for Phoenix. Ajjtona, where he will for
R. L. Mercer moraine Jupiter and Stnartwhere
hens; Brown Leghorns, Black Span- spend, the summer with his son. A. he will In few with '
put a days political
207 Avcswe D Ish. 215 11th street .i I I,L.?,ellOlI. |g| friends. Miami) Decoratin Comp pan i 4

Mr. W. M., Brown arrived in town Crushed rock[for sale. Apply corner
I There are who
many people can
We stl staple at Faacy this morning from his home In Tltnsvllle. ,*Atenne B and LAll :::.-7th_street read human nature In the lines of the W. E.' CANOVA PROPRIETOR. I' ::

hand. They ted to their own satisfaction .
GROCERIESFresh members a of the Christian what kind of a person carries Hawse art SiP
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Church In and srpnnd Miami are urged the hand. I
For Sale -One piano, one drop react There are others who can
litO meet Wednesday morning at tell a man by the'way he holds his
Singer machine decorated dishes and
\ ni CaaeJ Meats" ereryUtou gasoline range. Inquire at The Oaks, 10;o'clock at the Fair Building tqrote head. There are others who can tell P :ln.tb:1gj: ; (

1M b ft for'to UUo.Yoorcrtjnts cor.:13th street and Avenue R.. t upon-. a_..design of...church" building by the penmanship what kind of a
Al wk ... ... : tr .. *J person he Is. and In each case there Is >
oeI fit ate week ear/. parties w c tfmbreHas repaired much trothDid Paper
Mrs. W. R. Mo>e*; of West Palm and recovered. Hanging: :and Kalsomlnlng 1
I'i de sot red prenpthr skal:be rat eff- Leave at Racket?Store. you ever stop to think that you .
Is few la Miami
Beach spending a days -
"wtthoot fvlber Belief. J1'I can tell firm by Its Agency.Peat's Wall Papers
: : f fED'MOFfMS t ,-visiting friends.BROSSIER .. ; ) a advertlllll11Study .
1.. I Mrs. Leola Tajtnm moVed,today hto .- the ads In this paper and you
will collect your rent I the Fogg house on 11th street, and will be surprised bow true to*life they Call or write for{Estimates. Phone: .I 181. 1315 Ave. D ,
are. This Is a better test o our theory ,
will open a boarding house on the
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than else. You know :.4
first of May.fiAIr.. Mrs. any thing -
and Fogg
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1IrS.-1S: a, Joii-s Misses Mrry the merchants how
; and have a suite of jpoms In the house. and you can Judge
and Hanna Jones, have gone to Gran- far wrong we are. 1
rile O. There are the firms who have been in
For Rent -![tour room fornlsheJcottage business a long time and have a fair .1

Dairy Lunch Typewriting done,at the Metropolis on 20th tree!, $15. Apply to business at a good profit They are Like FindingMoney _
office at reasonable rates. Dorn. kg satisfied to let things take their course
Their ad tells that they can be foundat ,
BROSSIER means Safe Investments the same old place and their gooak
includingthe Mr. E. A. Perry left Saturday morn-
Everything
new jyi are the same as usual so there Is no
ing on a short business trip. He re-
District Secretary Mrs. Kemp, of the use to change the reading, hence their
turned
yesterday. -
; building making the Womans Hom f#Mission of the M.(ad stands the same all the year,'and 'j

For Sale-, Four mules and thret E. Church, south'; gave a lecture at year There after year.other firms who make
leanest and neatest' dining are :
horses, at a largaln. Call at once. the Sou'hem }Ie o.lllt Church yesterday I sensational runs of prices below thecost .. .

McNeil Livery Stables 15th St and .o a large crowd. price and when you read It you ..".
room in the city,t Avenue AMessrs look at once for the hook for you know
Mrs. John JSwlnner, of Daytona,
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t I It is a bait because no man can sell
Truax Knocx and Mulr came down IastFtlJay night to join unless .., "'
goods below cost he makes it -
AN IDEAL PLACE went up the line this morning In I her daughter, }SCg!. L. K. Hatfleld, and up some other way. >. ... 1, .'
FOR LADIES search of business. for their commission together' ;:they, left Saturday night for There Is the firm with the catch ,
a visit to.Key West. From that city
houses., : !
sentence "We want your money. :
they .' I
will go to ,ort Worth Texas, fota \ -
-- That was a fool thing to advertise ana
Not Connected with 'a saloon I Broesler wants to list your property summer's stay! | the way It was run showed the firm '

% Mr. T. A.WInfeld.the popular chairman was 'new In the advertising field. It 2 Lots on 14th Street :
was run until everybody was tired
Buttermilk every day'at.. air* John Garner, 0: West Palm of the Dade County Board ot
and the did want to
papers not printIt
Beach, has come to Miami for the dime down
Commissioners from Little .
5c a glass Light refreshments any longer Then that firm madea 1
Herkl-
and Is stopping at
summer
River this morning and spent the day
change of front and advertised that
served dur mer cottage with his sister Mrs. JobuHarrison. here attending It.to'' business matter .1.tt
they would fill any order made to the
lag all hours. and shaking, hands with his many catalougue house for 5 cents less thanIt
friends could be delivered from Chicago. {
3rd door east of Avenue D on'13ti L For. Sale- 129 acres 16 cl ..r.,--,,, Everybody said It could not be done between D

street. ,Front Building Mairo'-Flau! house 700 fruit three trees; haft.'half'mDe.'' bearing;, ared.1 Miami Transfer Company offers to but the firm made good their promise anahovelty ..,.
I ; sale 60 road, saddle, coach heavy draft and that is always the test of value of
Miami, rock road. Address
on and farm horses,1a Harness, carriages advertising. Their ads have been of
r C, Metropolis office. I ITUERAGKET new'and secood'.lknded at bargalaa. the kind that It takes very little effort ..
Before shipping;horses tor the swn- for the mind of the observant Intelligent -
STORE1S mer;,we will offer for sale aa fine a reader and buyer to see: that
line:of/horses :as ever came to the they are up to 'date and leading In
State of' Florida at reasonable prices their line.MIAMI.
i Apply) at stable or write to J. If. HARDWARE COMPANY. Works only r
0 TIIE PUfE- Hanley. General'Manager.: lUamL )1a. "We want your money: ,



& : Peacock: Inn Furniture. } Sale t \ -



Ribbons and $1500 each d


LacesKeepithis Must Be Sold This Week '. "

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rrs RIGHT HUH in mind; 'we save Entir iFumishings of Peacock Inn ,

(that the superiority of our .tlank you money. .' -
1 books, stationary, and office essentials Ask any of our customers Cocoanut Grove, Dade. Co., Fla. tlaity.
I makes Itself manifest, aa they will to .
every practical book-keeper and_..- -- ---_. .
IcountanL The quality of our goods ,
I II It of the highest, and aa they cost no Wdlhare a sale oa shoes next To Parents: School will Soon be Out!j i
I more than'Inferior Wnds, you certainif rveeltfhat vvill Interest youW.tUChaile&Son F..T' C Brassier &C Son
to ;
\ can see why K will pay- you pa. LTHC .
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(ISO WO.BOQKIIOKE
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Miami Conservatory of Music ;i

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THINC-
-ANDSELL. IT CHEAPER- 1200 Ave. DJ Miam1, :
Will hold alipeclil Summer term May 1st to August 1st, In Violin, .

I Piano Kindergarten and Prlma-: Music. Call or write for particulars -

and ter.ms. A fine opportunity for the young folk. Practice '
1211 Avenue D, Miami Fla. Pianos supplied free. REGISTER EARLY
Counselor and Contractors in R
I Sand 10 Cent Annex at 1518 Ave DI FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director. 225 Twelfth' Street .
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. CHI,CillLY MIAMI METROPOLIS MONDAY. APRIL 23. 1101 iHonest i- 'i'

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:1 UHOfIaAI .. FOr County'Commissioner
r .,District. .No., 8.
r'- : GrOQdBd Vote for ;one., .' _'
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: PRIMARY BALLOT KIRK, MUXROE. -- Real 1EsBarg ills'


d E. G. TWEEDELL. ;


The.
For Member County School Board ':1

18 FOR THJNtTRUCTION OF ELECTORS Firat'Dlltrlct few abuts properties for the' st 1C a.tI 1
8 Four \ b IN THE DADE COUNTY Vote for one.
---- wer.cr.I M felloMs. 1!
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PRIMARY ELECTION MAY IS.
1 : i: Cardinal Points of \ = 2 Iota paved street. In fine part of city, eeoh475.00
O For Member County School Board
Second DI-trlct. 1 lot en 10th street, near Avs. C, a big bargain at ... ..-.....1500

Vote for one. 3 Iota oniFinh street, each............... ..:....... ...,..{15000 i

Empire Dry Goods Store 5 In orde maY|jjthat become the familiar Dade County with electors tile I ---- House and lot on Third street, 6 rooms, fine place,.easyOnhalf rmst1 00. '1

i' form and arrangement of the names lot on Twelfth Street for ........... ..... ............. 2500
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327 Twelfth St. of the vartous candidate as they will For Member.Third County District.School Board ,Elegant horn on 8th street............ ..... ... ... .. .. {4000 1
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appear o fie omelal ballot to be votedIn ,Vote for one.
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Miami the Ma'primary we have prepared Riverside lets are selling rapidly, but we have a few ones
\ ja an nnofflcJil 1 ballot which will be found W. W. FARIS. I left at the following 0 prices:

below. m .i

''a f We hafelonly placed on ,this ballot For Tenth Constable.District. j Corner los: en Twelfth Street..... ...... .... ....t,.. ..''1250 IS

y the nam<1'g of those whom we knowto Vote .or one.JOHN Inside lot s on Twelfth Street.... .... .... ...: ... .......1000 ;
; be aates for the various j .
can offices F. DEBERRY. ----I II Inside lets on other streets....... ...... ...... ....... ......{7SO .
Other names will
likely be added be-

fore the time'>' elapses for the placing o* W. H. MORRIS. _I i Corner lots on other streets......... ...... ...............1000 "j.1I I

b assessments in -the hands of the executive -: I

Honest Dealing: committee. : SAMUEL ROU DTREE. !, Remember that water, sewer, lights, paving and street railway will. jan

{ In signifying 1 your choice for any i be down there In the next sixty days.
PIERRE S. TITCS.W. 1
candidates/the/{ voter should remember

t It is! a well known fact that our store has that a cr is mark must be made be- J. \\1LSOX.For -I' ..


I become famous throughout this entire community left fore han Candidate's|:

i for furnishing the people of Miami any and all not the coungfor relit hand the office side In the which vote this win for. one.J. J. H. Tata &Oo. -


goods sJn. the dry goods line from 50 to 100 percent error is fiade. CI| BCRTESHAW. ;

Any make appearing on the ballot For Fish and Game Warden

f cheaper than they have ever been able to_ (other titftn/,. the cross) for indentlfl- Vote for one.MAYOR'S .

cation 0 *ormutllation, win invalidate CAN'T IE IaAT
.
We establish
purchase heretofore. propose to our iI .
; same a nJtne Inspectors of election la spring time tk* :mooMwtt ot.

business on a basis of moderation and to continue will not count the ballot /I her aprlaf ..,...... ta* tarmar Gall
,. '
The ba iot as prepared is as follows: I = his spring piafrffur'; ad oak ...
same -the year around. We therefore say to all PROCLAMATION. N.: i their best Ifiaowttku. Wa sefatppv

the UNOFFICIAL BALLOT A resolution of the city council ot rLuMU ZL.i
people who are forced to practice mostrigid
j the city of Miami, providing that tAe icing: .
economy: you can be supplied at our store with any" Democ itlc Primary Election held proclamation o*, the Mayor of said i without Intention of work GISeu"t ,
May 15, ::1806. Precinct No. Dado city, giving notice of an election to be beat" nan's pleat a*
needed and in County, Florida. Make a cross (X) sprint plumbing to M dom aid titan
goods cheap
equally cases
many mark before the name of the candidate be held In' the city of Miami, on the ..c why w. ask'for'your bustaesm. M

cheaper than that offered you through the medium of your olce.In fourth Tuesday in May A. D.. no... -1 our good work. Meet M higher Oaa
others.
.. same being the 22d day of said monthfor l

of "'\7 Tilcl. .Chat demonstrations. We. For Representative In Congress the purpose of submitting to the i.i{. ... ..._. H. r. SCRUM.* A CO.
1 Vote for|One. qualified, registered voters of said .a,1 AwiMstDSouthern
GENUINE BARGAINS without \ -
give you any FRANK CLARK. city the question of the Issue and sale t. .
of One Hundred Thousand Dollars I "
Marble & Stone Cot
For'justices Supreme Court $100,000.00) of city bonds, be spread
Vote forjitwo.ClUS. upon the minutes of this council and 'I' '4 S.HOOAN 'STREET.JACKSONVILLE f'
Fancy that the same be published for the per- ,| Headquarter for- L
B. PARKHILL. loJ of thirty days prior to said election -
you. as required by law. Building Stone Marble etc.MOJSAIC 's .
7 :$ ,
council
|l \VHITFIELD. Be It Resolved by.the city '
of the city of Miami: AND
: / TILE I WORK '
'
For;):Railroad CommissionerVote That the following proclamation of .

forghro.THOS.. the Hon. John Sewell. mayor of the FOR FLOORS. BATH ROO..... MAN nL8. ETC.MoMSMitii .' ,
1 ,. city o: Miami at this, the regular
J. APPLETARD. meeting of the city council of said I, GcMnl Ces3stttr j Week* ete.1';]

Empire -,. city, held on the 19th day of May A. wrest Woee_, XTiwctlM Facilities Los rHetaI' from* s.mce.RI1TY .
BAILEY. D., 1906, which said proclamation Is
E.p.:
In the following. 4.crdl and figures,

NEWTON.... A. BUTCH., to-wit:
Special Election: Proclamation of BROTHjERS'Machine
R MUDSON BURR. Mayor of the city of Miami and No-
lice of the same.
->
>>" To ,the Voters of the city of. Miami Shop
Dry Goods Store Vote Fot'fof&rae.J.tW.county. Representative and the Public at Large:
: I, John Sewell mayor of the city

WATSON.GEORGE ._ of Miami, In conformity to Section Agent* for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene
6. of an ordinance passed by the city

A. WORLEY. council of' the city of Miami on 'the and k jrosene engine repairing: a SPECIALTY
11th of A. D.1906, and sign-
day April.
'327 TWELrni: STREET; MIAMI ------ "
o ed F. H. Wharton president of the '
I .. FolgClerk: of Circuit Court city council, attested by M. R. Kellum, General Repair Work

,All packages delivered to any part of city free of charge Vote for;bne.; clerk of said city and approved the 508 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA
11th day of May A. D., 1906 signed ,
Et'GENE H. D11IICK. John Sewell mayor and entitled:

I An ordinance authorizing the issueof '
Sit). FITTS. One Hundred Thousand Dollars of '

Business Fr W. HAHN. State City of Bonds Florida of:the Authorizing City of an Miami Elec. Edit Com1pany.

_
f1Vhaffll Directory tion for such purpose and providing t Dallas Land
JF. JAUDOX. '
f,$ the method of holding such election, I
-, ,. ----, and further in conformity to the city :

._ t- S The Out of Town Buyer and those within the city will find -In the. L ,, and the same is hereby proclaimed
I'(* list below the addresses of Miami Merchant. under i' % 'County, Treasurer: ; ': that a Special Election will be held
il' classified heads for ready reference. I Vote .forgone., : J; Inline city of :Miami State of FlorJJji I Has on its Lists
jif ____o on the fourth Tuesday in :May
GEORGE G. CURR1E ; A. D.. 190C, the came being the 22J '
L L. BRADY & CO. a SCREVEN '. day of said month or the purpose of L .
o' 4i. RAULERSOX ; to the qualified registered .
i1're submitting !
: Fruits and Vegetable Dealer in Drugs Patent M 41clnea. ,:
; of the City of Miami, the .
voters ques- '
J a Street. Cor. Ave D. MlanJ. Fla.fFancy Toilet Articles SUUcm* f| For Tax Collector. ,;.I tion of the Issue of One Hundred I : !sua.r particutarl)' attrudi% ; ill'\:\ ,ur

G" 1S07 Avenue D. Miami. e Vote f& one Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of .
Hal,..Orals. ." ----, the city of Miami State of Florida.No both residence and bl1sint? .. II fr- '

j and Mapes. .* ,FertilizerJ.E .MRS. E. C. BECK, ,,, ..., fN. 9.\UTl..: : person shall be allowed to vote ,
> An inwstment in
,. 11 \ sReal rEstatet\ -: In said election who is not a registered poses. Miami Ir a: !
-& HA tDEE.f voter of the city of Miami and a resIdent
Jw
4.UMatUsW: Suite 2, 4. 6 and 8 ,rS20 -.. I rettlplsJOAN
fl' 1-2 Twelfth street Miami Fla. --- of said city, and who shall not estate is safe; sure of quick
:
Dealer In Groceries." Grain. P For Tax.Assessor. own real estate situated within the ,
IX Hay and Fertilisers.MS BECK, WILSON sV HUDDLESTO Vote fiipone.JEORGE. limits of said city upon which the I c,
taxes have been paid for the
Real Inrarue IJ yea. I
Estate
Itth Street. MlamL Fla. and ( O. BUTLER. 1905. and who shall not oe a qualified I
10 1-1 Twelfth street Ylamf rIo & elector in all other respects under the B. REILLY ). E. INGRAH M.
THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. County Commissioner charter of the city and the ordinances
-- A. J. CAMPBELL tr District :;0. 1 thereof. Agent Fort Dallas Land Vlce-PresldenFort{ Dallas
Dealers la Grocer!**. Hay and The inspectors and clerk who shall ;
Dealer la Dry Good. Cloth- vote zor one. ,
Orate. conduct said election shall be as follows Miami Florida. Land Co. 54
.ing. Gents' Furnishings.Ill ---- ComPFY' Augu4tine.! ,
: Inspectors A. J. Kolb. R. J.
MARRY
D and.4th St. aOaad. Fla. Ill Av nn. L- 'aClamL Fla DUBOIS. Mathers and Chas. A. Mann; Clerk :

| W. McPHERSOX.Cor John H. Cheatham. ,
The polls shall be open at 8 oclock Thousand Dollars. (30000.00, to be different series, to/wit:. The Sewer

I County Commissioner and close at sun-down. called and known as Sewer Bonds. Bonds, numbered from one to thirty,
L'V" The ballot to be used In said election inclusive: Street ImprovementBonds:
ig I District No. 2. For the purpose of openlng.wiJenlng. :
shall be prepared by the city in a series numbered from one to
Vote fpt one. and paving! the streets and sidewalksof '
: -r council and shall be In the following twenty, inclusive; City Building Bonds .:
GEORGE B. BAKER. form: "For City Bonds" and the city' to the amount of TwentyThousand In a series from one to twenty, inclusive
"., "Against City Bonds." Dollars ($20,000) to be ; Fire Department bonJs In a-
----
The Inspectors appointed to conduct called and!known as Street Improvement
Machine ,Shop J\1LL1AM HElM. series from one tot fifteen Inclusive; .."
---- said election may require each elector Bonds. Park and Promenade Bonds In a series
AC offering to vote at said election to For the of erecting a public
purpose
C. JONES. from one to Inclusive. Said
Across. The River. po;> ?? ____ furnish proof that said elector possesses building, to be constructed of Miami 3f4en. .,;'
bonds shal be Issued in denominations
the requisite qualifications as herein
rock amount of Twenty Thousand -
|tor County Commissioner defined. Dollar' ($20.000), to be called and of On, Thousand|Dollars each and ,,>

Will repair ,your .engine on short notice. Vote toy one.District No. 3. city Said ball election In the shall city of be Miami held at the known as :City Building Bonds. hall bear inlerent fat the rate of five '

.' ---- For the purpose of establlshing.maln- per cent per annum, and shall ma- :
That said One Hundred Thousand
Expert Gas Engine Men. We k tam ing and equipping a Fire Depart-
carry L. WALL.A. Dollars of City Bonds provided the ture and become payable thirty years
'o ment to the amount of Fifteen Thousand
coils batteries -. Issuance of the same be confirmed by from the date thereof, and shall be ,
dynamos plugs wire Dollars ($15.000), to be called and
A. W1XFIELD.FFor
w j ------L:::: two-thirds of the voters participatingIn known as Fire Department Bonds. sold at not less thin their par value.
said election, said voters partici- '
screws, switches, '- County Commissioner pating qualified as herein prescribed, For the]! purpose of opening con Witness my hand and the seat of
M District Xo. 4. shall be Issued and sold in the several structing inrt, maintains public parka the city this 19th lay of April. A D.
Vote lor one. amounts and for the municipal purposes and promenades, located within the 1906.
i.
as follows to-wit: city limits! the amount of-Fifteen John
Sewell.
Lee Allen. Thousand dollars ($15,000). to be call
& For the of constructingand
Lofton purpose
d" Mayor of th< City of Miami.
Einig t + maintaining a system of sewerage ed and known as Park and Promenade ,
J d'.; J. Holly. or for otherwise prompting the health Bonds. 1; Attest: M. R. Ke lum.S .
,' .1 I shall be Issued In five ( a1) Clerk .,
: of the city to' the amount of Thirty SaId bonds ity


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p". fl"'..I..I'D..I.' ._. .MtTMOPOUS. 'MONDAY.-APRIL. ,' ._-...:.._ _-..: ._",",. _.

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GREAT T' MILITARY ..... ... .... ...:. .... .:.;;. .,..r.-_ _-' '
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KINDERGARTEN .
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'" TownopiGs. i f ,
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TOURNAMENF I
CLASS IN MUSIG .
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Revival services at ,the First M. f .,

E. Church tonight! .


The coasting schooners\ Magnolia

and ML Vernon arrived import yesterday AND PISTOL COMPETITION I:;a
JUNIORS DEMON.
CONSERVATORY from Key West with heavy C!! ""." :,i :',
8TRATED SPLENDID PROGRESS freights and considerable fruit for local THE FIRST OCCURRING IN NEW f"
merchants besides a number ot 1
IN THEIR STUDIES AND TRAINING passengers each from the Island ,daRK AND LATTER TO TAKE ) ,

EXCELLENT PROGRAM City They are discharging their cargoes PLA..E IN WASHINGTON I II ;{ a ::: j 1" : ..
at the foot of Avenue D. t "
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I. ,, I ..
Active man wanted In each countyto f I ,
exhibit, demonstrate, and advertise ,'I I ,.n: "

The informal musicale by the Kin, staple line; salary ItS weekly, $3'I I#, ow York, April 23Today Is the I' s ; .' ,

dergarten class In music In the Conservatory per day.for expenses No capital re opening day of the tenth annual mil- ;

of Music Mrs. Franklin quired. Honesty and sobriety more ;|, ltBrj| tournament under the auspices .

Coleman Bush, directress, on Satur:.. essential than experience. National +iofthe! Military Athletic League which : ;n a y"9i 1 J
day afternoon at the Conservatorystudio Company 720 Chestnut street, Phlladelphla. -||I nfj&ans! that for one whole week Mad' 'H

,-was a splendid demonstration I I Square Garden will be the scene I t$

or the rapid progress of the pupils III i ofjthe';' most interesting martial spectacle
all the first steps In the art of good The large houseboat Whim Wham and contests.
piano playing which has been, In service In these I;For many months the companies, : I

lira: Bush has the confidence of the and other coast waters since early tptops and batteries the various

little folks In their work and each one In the season with her owner and arms, to be represented In the tour

readily came forward to take his or family aboard went up the river this nanients nave been drilling and practjeing ,

her part. A few of the parent and morning and will be berthed until for this event and there Is I "

friends df the ones" on the program next fall The "Wttm Wham Is one entry reason to expect that the contests f I! ;

.were present la full the programwas of the most palatial houseboats In this year will surpass all previous .

as follows: these water and was formerly ownedby contests of this kind ever seen ,:
Ifarch. Dr. R. V. Pierce the medicine here. Every night the program will EUGENE, H. DiMICK, c

7 Rythm exercise to music.. manufacturer. be;opened with u.__ athletics____.____, which u_n_ will u__

Muscle exercise to music. bej; followed by military reviews and CANDIDATE :
Songs Three of which were 11lustrated Lost -Receipt bead 'of the Cable there will be performances on Wednesday j .

{ by charts. Company. Leave at the. Miami Furniture and Saturday afternoon. In .'si

Piano solo- Ethel Jackson. Company. the. afternoon performances the boys CLERK' OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
I
0'1 the various military school will
1 Measure written on blackboard
i IloeglWhitnaL Will Make Addition gibe their drill and athletic exhibitions. 1

I Piano solo- Douglas WhltnaL N. D. Coates will bare two rooms The League baa offered vaiuable ,

,. Sight. reading and solo .Edrth and a broad veranda added I to his !: prizes to the winner in the

I Dann. home at Biscayne avenue and Waddell various contests. I

I Signature writing and scales -Vlrtil street Mr. Coates 'Is a very If Thirty years ago, at the age of seven llr. Dimick as county treasure!'!: to

Singleton. secretive man and very probably H. D. Allison Markets years, Eugene H. Dimlck, came to fill the nnexplrej:: term of J. F. La. .
Rendition exercises-Brace Russell. II only the home for_ hu mane
enltf-glng Dade county, and with this parents resigned. That same fal ; no
Baltimore. April 21 But little
Piano 8010VIola Prout mother who with her daughters bar was elected to the same position and
Chart work- Helen KanfmanEdIth occupied It since the purchase was change.) Tomatoes, $2 to $5. All and relatives, settled at Palm Beach. was re-elected In 1900 .

Dan Hannah demons. made some years. ago. good stock wanted. T. H. Evans t: Co. In 1SS1 his family remoyej to North Mr. DImick was not again a candidate '

Piano solo and writing of same on !. 1't'lnclnnatl. April 21 Anticipate Carolina where he attended the com for office until he was Induced :.

blackboard from memory Ramona : Fine cool summer residence good ( $3.75; choice, $1 less mon schools near their j home, and by a committee comopsed of theresentathes rep-
Russell Wail, Brockman & Co.lfemphlsApril -where his father died compelling him '
of the labor
location. Apply W.V.. DUI 620:! I II unions and
Solo--"-Virgil Singleton. Avenue B. 20-Tomatoes $:.Su to give up further schooling! in order ethers to become a candidate for

t oi$4, Potatoes.. $S; beans $3. Mar- 1 to go to work to aid his mother In the county commissioner from the Second

SPEAKING -AT DANIA For County Commissioner, I kei'good. Seesel & Ashner. support of himself and two younger Commissioners' District, at the I last
Vashlngton, April 20- Tomatoes,' .
'' sisters. ]
Democratic
Primary In Dade
The Metropolis presents today' the j county,
Messrs. Worley, 'Prout Gautier and announcement of Mr. Charles W. McPherson $pitatocs I| cukes, $1; egg plant. $3.50 to 14; His first work was driving teams ph and was elected by a Catering ma '
$6 to $1. F. A. Denlsoaif
the mountain roads between High- jority.
the first district foi '
Wall ,,Addressed Voters of '
county commissioner. Mr. McPherson &'Richmond lands, North Carolina and Wallaballa, For nearly slxten Months Mr. pirn- .
April 20 Tomatoes, South Carolina. A year later his Ick has T
Accompanied *> quit&a'number of Is a reliable and conscientious served a* county commii sioner > ,
y 1r50 to $3.50. Market good. Crovo mother died, and with his sister h.
how
well
friends, hon." George AT1 Worley.'candidate citizen; and is always'found workingto he has served and wtta
&:,Crenshaw.Atlanta returned to Dade he has what Interest jtrnst
county'where
for Representative to the State the best Interests of the county. and fidelity to the
[ April 20-Market good on
Legislature from"Dade'County went :. He- -would serve the,,office well and since resided. Imposed is well known In his district
: arly vegetables. Bell Bros When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the and seeds
up to DanI*'Saturday night and Birmingham, April 20- Tomatoes,
s was first incorporated j! Eugene! H. no I encomiums here. Suffice lt to-. ,
I the voters of that place. .
,3j Beans, $%50; cukes $2.50. Market '
Dimick 11'1 'tlected'OIl. ,tbe first city liT that elected Clerk of the circuit : ,J 1
i' A large crowd In which were a May Have Damaged Crop t{ Bell t Miles.
good. :
council where he served with credit Court, the citizens of Dade will
number of ladles. were present and It is feared that the heavy rains of jhan
ti After a few days I will give the
to himself and to the
community. In, him an official who win not;only
i Mr. Worley most cordial "i
gave re eiterday. did considerable damageto
< latest by wire. H. D. Allison.
A little later
he was a delegate to be competent and courteous bn( perthe
ception. He stated his platform the tomato crops throughout the
convention at West; Palm ,Beach form the duties of the position with
which embodies among,"the principal county,though reports to: that, effect iEVERAL- RAFTS DAMAGED
which declared the
against convention
the'
and careful
fidelity attention that
planis those for good roads, good have not been received. The maJority -
AND MEN DROWNED system 'A nominations and in favor baa been
tt.{ ,| a characteristic of his sera
schools laws, but better Is In ripening
not so ,many of the fruit now a conditIon -
of primaries. ;j; ice in }
ones and reclamation of the submerged and the apprehension that 1twill every position 'of tras he'In
gNashvllle, April 23- Several rafts 1898 Governor Bloxnam appointee ever held. "*'' : ?
land of the State. Mr. ,Wot be forced to an extent detri- h"'I .. n If :
!rerejorn to pieces In the Cumberland \ i
ley declared that he* tood alone and mental to safe shipping. ..
world conduct a_ HUB ramnalen. _(_In_ IIt'er.; above Carthage, Tenn., today. I r. -..
tree men were drowned and much t

was cheered repeatedly during billaddr8U To Find Her Brother .. lost. .,r sn ..... .k er. : .. :. ..r.Y .
and made- a, most,,,favorable Mrs E. McGlll. of 2 A. King street Umber

Impression.. : New York City is anxious to know IlNSURANCE COMPANY -
President Front, of the Miami Boardof the hereabouts of her brother James GAVE'FIVE t I

Trade was present .and at the Mullen, who left that city last November U' THOUSAND .1 I
conclusion of! Mr., Worley's address
to work on the F. E. C. R'y .
made a few remarks -dwelling; particularly Key West extension. Since then 'chase & Co., Insurance Agents Receive 0# ':" '
-
on good roads and Improved she has heard nothing from him, although 1J:| Gratifying News !. :

schools. making frequent Inquiries ,
-M.'T, N. Gauttsr, candidate 'or re- Irs. McGill has now asked Secretaryof ; John W. Graham, manager of the I

nomination and election as tax collector State Crawford to try and locate Jhase & Harney fire accident and
"> also spoke briefly on his campaign ornado insurance of this city
Information agency
Mullen[ or give her. some
.. and solicited the support of about him.Shipped baa given the following Information SALE'TI TIi
the voters of Dania- )II'. R. L Wa' _regarding< t1l'o'of the companies represented 1 1x

candidate for county commissioner by them and having losses In
Twelve Car of Tomatoes
spoke along the same line. ftbe great disaster at San Francisco. ; l
Mtssrs Chase & Co. commission
The meeting was enthusiastic and .Ye quote below from advices receh, .
merchants of this city report the shipment -;:
Interesting throughout each of the ; d from Mr. E. Groover Jacksonville
: of twelve solid carloads of tomatoes
candidates .speaking making a good \ a., general agent of the North Brit-
last week four from Delray.
-Impression and,galng many friends. I sh & Mercantile Insurance Company
three rom Dania and two from Deer!
bf London. ,
field and Boca Ratone. Balance
Card ,from Mr. Prout Wjman j "I am in receipt of the following
.. was made up at other point
telegram
o. the manager of the North .
and shipped to their house In Jacksonville :
Irithlsh and Mercantile Co
Insurance
I
Miami. April %3. 1906. This company.expects to def '
In which will no doubt be Intel
To the Property Owners. Citizens a large business this week and' are; you

and.Taxpayers- .Miami: hustling for their share of the bust'' ested: .
: "'Have no word a* yet from our .
; NOW ON AT
About March 1st. 1906. I'was ap Eness
proached by Commissioner Leffler to San Francisco office about great dls- _
j. aster. Our London office cables following ,
sell the l.GOO feet of 6-inch terra Sponge Mattress for Sleeping Car i, ,
Instruction Draw London
: on
eotta pipe taken up from the AvenueD The Miami Sponge Mattress an< in payment of recognised claim I ,f
drain for the sum of $10. .This proposal Pillow Company are now making op I
Subscribe five thousand for suffer
was so ridiculous that as.commissioner tome mattresses for the sleeping cars *" Ij i I
and costodlan of public of the F. E. C. Railway Company;, ers. j f
property. I promptly refused to consider Hundreds of mattresses have beet This company a* you possibly know I ;

the selling of property that.was costIng told to the railroad company for use Is the largest in the world doing afire I I
Insurance business. Its home
the city nothing to keep and which on the Key West extension wort
would be of use In many ways 'at Their steamer and hospitals here office assets being over eighty million

many, places ,to the city. been furnished also and now cornel and from the above telegram you will John Sewell & Bro
that not one dollar of their Unite.
see
:
I found about
Despite my protest the order for sleplng cars thus proving ,
States asset will be touched to pay ;
March 20, that this public propertywas that,the sponge mattresses and, .
the losses In San Francisco.J. .
being transferred to the waterworks pillows are giving splendid satlsfaol.on. '...
.
Walter Assist .- -..
Milliard. Special .. ,
company to be there broken up after several months of trial ,- .0::. .
Agent for the Rochester German Insurance
to be DIed for concrete purposes. It at and hard use. & -. .
Co. advises ns that he has
once again protested and demandedthat
received telegram from the
the pipe be returned. At our reg.ular Revival Meeti"II" p a com
board meeting April 2.1 demand The evangelists, J. M. and M. if pany reading: "After paying all estImated j
losses in San Francisco our ""
ed Chairman McKlnnon and Com Harris who have spent the past winter
missioner' tier what disposition In Miami have decided to holdjl I company Is perfectly solvent You 1 .'

they haj ,made of.the pipe both admitted revival meeting here before going can assure customer and push for I

that the pipe had not been to their home In Evanston, 111.,. The}' business'A I

sold and that )lr:. Kern per had just are evangelists of the very best type, Shoes Clothing Hats amimen's ;
GLADSTONE
ANNIVERSARY -
hauled it away. I then demanded splendid preachers and excellent get ,

that Chairman McKicnon see that pel singers. Services will be lej< London April 23: It Is exactly 26<

Mr. Kemper returned the pipe and II each evening beginning today at 7:30: \ years today since Mr. Gladstone went I Furnishing Good

used,or broken to replace the same. o'clock In the First M, E.' Church.: Windsor and agreed to form a min ,( .

At our board meeting. April 16th. 1 Day meetings will be announced late!' Istry. Oj.

made' inquiry of Chairman McKlnnon An earnest invitation Is extended ill' The general election had resulted .

as;to the return'of the pipe and he the members of the various csnrch.fi In the return of 34 Liberals 60 Irish ". ,
admitted nothing had been done. Today to tRvlte in this revival effort :.
II Homerulers, and 243 Tories. The :..,5.: -' I
,
April/j23./ I find the rest of the Queen sent for Lord Harrington ou 3 ..;''i'""'!- ,

pipe Is being hauled away for the Will Leave For Europe tMessrs. April 22. and he went to Windsor with I I ,; ,'J,',*.i I Ii

v F; same purpose by the same source. Cushy and Messenger- Lord Qranvllle on the morning art .. '
Now. citizens It Is for you to say prominent Scotchmen who have beth the following day. In the afternoonthe .: '?l' ;r:;:

whether, the city's property. shall be guests In-the city since early In til two returned and"drove off prom .

,sacrificed for the benefits of a favored season and who have spent every 43 Paddington Station to Harley street!

corporation or what property rights of the past two months except Stin. where Gladstone lived. About five:

you have to be protected if this small days In fishing about the 'bay oc
,matter Is permitted;to be transacted and tributaries from the launch yacht turn; went to see the Queen and returned -I ,

ID this bold and Irregular way; What Seminole, Captain Helnkle. are preparing to town as Prime Minister. .

canyon expect later, when $100,000bond. to make their departure for the f td Granville, leader of the party In the '
.money comes into the hands ol country the latter part of the week. Lords and Harrington leader in the j

this board as trustees and spenders They will probably leave here Wednesday Commons, both recognized that the Zero

P JU a'commissioner of public work morning going north via the| popular wish was that ,Gladstone-be'i Going at Prices

I am "going,to demand redress for this inside route on the Seminole 4o Wt I head of the government i i

pipe full value to the city and I solicit Palm'Bea h, and rrom there direct That government remained In power

.roar. ,,support- to that end. to New" York where they will tike I five sears and a half, and enfranchlsied i I
Your'llervant.. steamer for .Liverpool. Mr. Culhy l the agricultural laborers. But f

W.: W. Front, has planned to return here again) !jits Irish policy was a failure and the t

,Commissioner o! Public Works, for early nex eason. and remain until'.. t[next election In 1SS5, gave the Liberals j ;
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EARTHQUAKE'S IMY POSITION AS Ai, CANDIDATE ;



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soliciting" your ,. for the once'of Clerk of the Circuit Court" of Dade 11. I wish to call. your attention ta the ... I fully
a f predate that I would be serving YOUsame I reallxe'that would only be clerk, and by I mean that I would be serving '"
your
RECORD Interests Just !'.
DEADLY as I if you should employ me to look after your PERSONAL business affairs that) t

I am no professional politician seeking to defeat any ODe but I want the po Jt and promise faithful careful, eftlcleut ant the
t. I c6urteoua treatment (0 EVERY citizen of Dade County. Florida. You are the emplo er, I want to be the employee> and same
.. request you to.mark
your ticket as follows: ,
lr Pekln. Chin. In 1703. when the loss X JAMBS F. JAUDON

was 95000. The earthquake at Lis
i" i THOSE OCCURRING DURING THE bon. Portugal occurred on All Saints' r
Day. Nov. 1. 1755. when within eighteen WHAT MY HOME PAPERS SAY ABOUT MY CANDIDACY

EIGHTEENTH CENTURY AND minutes most of the houses In
t Lisbon were destroyed and 50,000 CAPT. J. F. JAUDON
l J'"' THE NUMBER OF CASUALTIES CAPT. JAUDON ENTERS RACE
lives were lost though Mulnall puts

RESULTING BY SOME OF THEM the number at 35,000. Nearly 3,000 I

persons who bad taken refuge on al .. f
quay on the banks of the Tagns. were 1 For County Clerkship and Makes It
I engulfed by a sea wave forty feet Miami News March 11. 1901: p "
j high. The damage was estimated at a Four Cornered C ntettMetropolis.

: Just low much damage has been twenty million pounds sterling, or Captain J. F. Jaudon's announcementiftviesterdaj's A t

the earthquake in San about 10000000000. AccordIng :" -
wrought by Morning News that he t ti'J
: : Francisco and other places in Califor to Humboldt the entire surfaceniahow $ : y .5' 5 March 10. 1906:
disturbed by this earthquake was would be a candidate for the office of L
: many lives and bow much the of Eu tW t
equal to four times area The
;" 1 p.rOJM'rt1..lutv' been lost-is not.known rope. The shock was felt as far as CrMinly* Clerk, brought to him during raeo for the county clerkshlj

i: but the loss :except in lives has'not Scotland on the north, Asia Minor tb$1'day the assurance of the support grown stronger and im>4 t Interesting

been ..as great as that caused by thefire. on the east Morocco on the south. and fH mach day| and with th.nnouuet'm..at I
the West Idles on the weal of very many of his friends. Capt. 6
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earthquake, however, was
; The M S of Capt. J. F Jamlon. which appears
f 'e The heaviest earthquake that ever ', "
ii the eau se orl the fire. The seismic until Jauilon Is well known and has many in the : "
occurred In the United States Metropolis, this afternoon. the
t: disturbance may be ranked with the .. t
occurred in Charltton
the recent one,
1.- *t rm friends throughout.. the county context assumes a four tiered as- 3
l' ; eartbqu.iVes,great enough to be: re S. C.. Aug. 31. 18SC. when several pS l *
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;. corded :jn history. The following Is hundred buildings were shaken to o.; frel that be Is well fitted to Oil pest with the prospect i>f a fifth Lad

: J a list.off earthquakes since the beginning number pieces and.of three-fourths the city maJe of the uninnabit whole, fife office of County Clerk and who even a' sixth person getting: Into U

i : of'i the :eighteenth century ac able. Scores of people were killed k.jI':( within the next few day' l*
;;4cording to MnlbalLYearrMace. will make an earnest effort to secure
':r; Lives long and the loss of property amounted u> S3bis Capt. Jaudon. the latent aspirant

g',; -1703-Yeddo *................ 190,000 eight: million dollars. election. They point out the fact for the plum Is well kiowa throughout .

':- 171C-Algiers! ..,.........,,.. 18.000 It will be noticed from the above N- his excellent business qualities d
y 1756-'Palermo .........:.... C.OOO table that earthquakes have been widely tat the county lie Is ammaader of

c: 1731':"'PeUn ;.. ....."...... 95,000 distributed over the world. China coupled with. a commendable the Miami military comtpany' and la
f.:: 174C-Lima ..:..;.:::......... 18.000 Japan. Peru. Egypt Portugal. Italy ? ,
.' 1754-Cairo i.a......... 40.000 the Philippines South America and e writ of. .local pride and patriotism private life Is a commission dealer.

1755 Lisbon ...:.:...u.... 35,000 the West Indies have had visitations :fid t't'I Capt. JanJon Is honorable and honest. ?
1773-Guatemala ............. 33.000 and two notable disturbances have It crops ou n the Interest whichp J
and competent to serve In the omce of ;
occurreJlntheUnlte.JStates.Varioul t
; 1797 Ciulto ..... 41,000 manifests to the Mlaml RUles Injjal .
1822-Aleppo i".n.! :.... 22.000 explanations as to the causes of earthquakes > Clerk of the Circuit Court faithfullyand
18C1-ltendozaSouth America 1X000 have" been made by the scientists keeping the company np to' the standard JAMES F..JAUDON !
; 1868-. Arica\ .......:.:., 6,000 but nobody can furnish absolute t.J well. The captain will make a 'J"
I 18SO Itanlla ...:;..........u'.. 3.000 knowledge on the subject \V> 0: the best'military organizations. .Popes a.awatato } strong bid and be a close factor or j

.. t l$83-1, +hla ;.:..1.} .....;... 2,000 only know that they occur, that visitor'by'earrbgnakeain15Vyears the, of: the state. CLERK OF TH IRCU'T' COURT party In the contest when It d.ou'i i

-: Thls'ls a total of C2LOOO lives lost are exceedingly unpleasant ..r .. ; tIn
The and we suppose that'tbe-are'-tb. "
"i r greatest los's'';in :history was at Ted- result of Internal fire or heat and : t I I''' .
: do. Japan. In 1703. ..ben"l90OOO lives gases: such as belch forth trom'th.. seeking the position of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade !County apt Jaudon realises that those who are not familiar with hi* 1
F were lost. The next greatest was at earths volcanoes at Irregular periods story and ability, should be !potted before they .cast their Tote lor him for such an Important office.j p ,i

:.'1, '.-- _u' _.___ __ j Captain Jaudon Is at present engaged In the commission business,' besides being one of the largest vegetable and fruit grower la this t+a- :
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It.|, LEGAL PAPERS. FILED."Warranty .. ill. an office.man he U eminently fitted for that position and his long experience In handling all kinds of business and accounts win be of
value to him If yon should decide to cast your vote for him'| |
'" -- to character and honesty he stands In the front rank at the fast city election he received a very flattering rote for the position of city
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1. tax assessor and was elected to that position. I and' superior I I, 'I
1, deeJ. Henry. Reed to A.' to Dade County Security Cow for $500 For a number of years he has been captain of the Miami Rifles has no in the State National Guard,when It omes.to military. ]
1 T.Carter for $75 lots 1 and 2, block twenty acres In section 35. tp. 63 itters. Everything Captain Jaudon does he does welL I I: '
'j 3'. Frowns Homestead. south, range 41 east Ton could I do your county no better service than by voting fort James P. Jandon and by casting your vote for him yon win be placing.the.

,- Warranty deed..Margaret R,. Mer- Warranty.deed. Alice U.Buck.and '..... ..._..,..' man In the right place. L. .
ritt. to [Henry"Bethel for $100: 2.82 husband to Lydia t). Cory for: $1 and ; .;rMY PLEDGE win not go outside of the county for my deputies f yon should elect me to the position of Clerk of the Clrcnli Court. .

mere ,In section 13, tp. 5:; south, other considerations, certain described I' t.

range; 41, east..."'....,. ?. ._" property in section'U and 20 JAMES '
.Wananty.deed. Charles R- Offer toWv tp.' &3 south r&JIKeIt east< ..-. ', -' tj'4 'tt F. J A U D ONe
for $1 and other considerations Miami Loan I i
: H., Sharpe Mortgage deed. Realty -
., south balf lot 2, block 12. and Guaranty Co.. to S. .. .Van Wagner I. .<5}.
of will entertain
wife Capt Merriam
sub.llvision, ; part lot I. section' 36 ,., for.$2,000 Iota IS and 14. block INDu tMNtSS at, cards, and Mrs. Ar'loluaga.ww I
tp/63: ,- south} range'41 east JOIilM1: mL'r. J. B. Hawkins B. L LasMter J.E. Lummua 1
the Married Ladles Club on .
Sharpe f- entertain I ,
:'Warranty ded, WH.x ](and .B.hiDn and I
Warranty/deed Gns 3 Tuesday night
wife ,to F31xa>Barns; for'. $10 andy wife to Geo. O. Butler for $100 certain FIRE The Miami Grocery Co.
other considerations, south half lot land described by feet In section FDR ALARM Mrs: J: W. Johnson will entertainat i iI

'X block.. 12. of subdivision part lot 2, 36, tp. 53. south,.range 41 east .. cards on Thursday afternoon and
seadoti 3G. tp. C3.south, range' 41 f Mrs. C. M. Braxton will eatenn
Satisfaction 1 of:mortgage. E. 0. Staple and Fancy Groceries
} east < the club Thursday nightA ,
-,Warranty deed W. H. Sharpe and Romfh to L. W.. Plerce.Warranty : ; j:1.: very 'large crowd attended the I FRUITSaod VEGETABLES 1.': *

wife ta.Eliza Barnes.for $300: north \ deed. B. B..Tatum to N.. ball given by the pupils of the dancing I
half lot X block I%. subdivision part A. Cough for $5 and other considerations : ARE OFFERED CITY OF KEY WEST class Monday, night The pupils ac- I Our stock of groceries is complete and we thiak w supply

1! .lot 2. section 36. tp.' C3, south range" lots 11. 12, 13 and 14, bloc, -ISR THERHOODiOFt-) .,- ANtDREWt quited themselves with credit to their: I about everything required in the baking line. Our aim ia to keep 1\\

j 41 TeuL }',south. MiamI ,, ,, ii..n : ': teachers and themselves. The next only the I best class of groceries and our price on them will be .;
1, ,Cemetery deed. City} ot.'Waml.'' to _l,.Quit claim deed heirs of lots\-Pet ; REORGANIZED: FIRST dance will be given for the younger found to, >c right. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
A.vP.;: :Gore, lot 13, block 15. era toT..V.'Moore for $1. an J I'ANNIVERSARY tt pupils from six to ten o'clock.. city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always freab. Give as a call .
block 83, MUmL K. OF C '
deed.V. C. and 10,
Warranty Snipes the Taka
The second prize given by i'I
\ wife 10 J. D. Caston for GOO, five -Lease, J.' D.: Flnley to Geo. R. Embroidery Club for the best work / i
:. acres in section Id. tp. Mjouth range41esaL Baker storeroom In building on 12th, done was won by Miss Florence Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami. Florida -!
I ; street for,three years at.monthly rental : :
I, ? Smith of this city. Out of the four
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of $GO. r t I'o'' I" '
Wells wife I "
deed E..F and >)
Mortgage < -: : thousand specimens sent from all parts
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?, A PROCLAMATION '.. : 1: I Independence of the United StateRtheOne '** *: if'If Key West' April 22-; and the prlxe a handsome rArmstrong's f

i I I Hundred and Thirtieth. The Committee of aldermen ana gold medal was awarded to her. The ,t

; By'.HI* Excellency Napoleon B.'Brow N. B. BROWARD. Chief fill ford are making every effort prise winning embroidery Is a centerpiece

ard. Governor. Governor of Florida. topecnre the tire alarm system twenty-two Inches In diameterand
By the Governor: Attest: embroidered in an elaborate 1
i for Kel West, The Key West He* Meat Market
Crawford. "ij
H. Clay design of fruit It will be kept oa
Whereat, A disaster unparalleled Secretary of_State.Devil's. trlc Company"' have agreed, to let the" exhibition six months and then returned -

r I. the history, of the United States city have the use of their poles for to Ita owner. This la th* q

;l has overtaken the State,of California Island TortureIs stringing the'wires and will also furnish first Taka Club prize won by a Florrldlan. ; IS THE PLACE I
no worse then the terrible case of .
In the destruction by earthquake and ,thjj power,for,operating the ..istem
Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then ata nominal coalSL ",.] Miss Smith Is the daughter of CaPt. Why pay enormous prices* for fresh meats when yon i;
fits os the morning of the 19th of I was advised to apply Bncklen'a Arnica lifer's Chapter No. 693, Brotherhood Smith,, who is justly proud of his can bay choicest cut of Western and FloridaMFATSfor !
Aprll'of the dty of San Francisco, Salve and less than a box permanently I-of: St. Andrew of St. Peter dauguiers'S triumph. as are all UH much less money at Aimatrong'a- Meat Market. 1\\ 'i

the*commercial,metropolis of the.Pacific cured me. writes 1-. S. Nap- Episcopal Church baa been recognls- friends of this charming young lady.

slope and numerous other cities pier of and Ruggles, Ky.like Heals magic.all 25 wounds cents Chaptered! ,and public, installation of She Is barely fourteen years old and. Phone 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th StreetYoungs' t

t and towns of said Stat ,wblch disaster burns sores the chapter took place In St.. Petr'schurch1 her work was selected from four thousand
at all drgglsts. .
Jtas resulted in the ,destruction of !Easter Sunday afternoon. ... pieces. :r.

hundreds of minions of dollars In Red Men Read Metropolis Ads The iehapter has fourteen member We offer a suggestion that the piece I ;
property values.and the loss of thousands and alf robaUonera enrolled and oa be put on exhltlon here when returnedto
of lives and has'left hundreds the whole,'the members are enthnalaa- its 'owner. ; t
Even the Red Men of the Florida since !floe chapter's retorganlxadoa! ,'
; of :thousands: of unfortunate peopltstripped \
of their t earthly possessions forests read the Metropolis advertise there has ben a noticeable Increase of Pharmacy
without homes and Buffering even for ments and take advantage of the Inducements male ittendants at the services of WaDte4CI. coooa raga at this I
the.necessaries of life. offered. This fact was demonstrated public worship and the majority of the office.

," Nowtherefore, I. Napoleon R Brow today 'when, full blooded chapter\"'men are very active in the I INCORPORATED I .
ard. Governor of Florida hereby, Issue Semlnole'buck In his native-regalia work otUhe Sunday school also. The -PROP 3ftAL FOR PAVING

this proclamation, calling patronized the great clearance sale chapter::has made very rapid progress ,
upon
the' people of' the .State, of i Florida, now on at E. B.. Douglas and to bought clothe In disseminating, Christ's- kingdom Office of Com. of Public Works A Drug Store for The PeopleThat's -"'
to promptly contribute of those stores apparaently enough goods among*men. j Miami Fla. April 16. 190$.
with which Providence has blest them, his wohel tribe' or family" at'leant Mr., Pi D. Trevor has accepted the Sealed bids will be received by the
So numerous were the red man'spurchases position;;of general mflfoger: for WID.Curry' Works at the city
In money clothing and provisions to Board of Public our motto and it has been the means pf adding hun.
delivered
the':relief of the,destitute and suffering .- that Mr. Douglas (,Sons, and entered on the duties -! building until 8:30 p. m.. Monday.
people of our sister State them at the Twelfth street landing o'this office. Mr. Trevor is eminent : May 7. 1906, for grading and paving dreds of|new customers to our list. We sell only the purest

i And I especially call upon the may- of the Miami river taking the buck ;;;fitted for 'thla' poslUon .aDd 7th street from the east line of AvenueD drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered f harm.i
and his goods In his automobile to the firm Is to be congratulated on se-' to the west line of the Boulevard.
of the several municipalities in
one cists. We also the finest sodas and ice in
the State, the presidents of the boards I that place where they landed his dug curing lils Services "1 Paving to be done from curb to curb carry cream the city

of >trade, and, the ministers all out nearly to the pun wale. If this snot ThefKnigbts of Columbus win hold with Miami rock of fineness sufficient .
denominations, to take Immediately evidence that eMtropolIs, advertising their 'first anniversary at La Brlaa to make a perfectly satisfactory Job 2 Doors North of Pustoffice
soch steps as may be necessary to pays what does. on Tn et_ Y. May 1, 1906. ':' in accordance with grades and profile

'direct local attention to the'needsof OurfCltliens are suffering great In to be given by the city engineer and .
Human Blood Marks convenience from a strike of the local under his direction. 1
the destitute people of California I W. E. You Pres
so that Immediate,contributions can A tale of horror was told by marks telephone operators for higher wages A certified check for $100.00 must gs; ,
be tnade and placed In the hands of(of human blood In the borne of J. 'W. and shorter hours.. Manager Over- accompany this bid. The successful .
fit agents. to be transmitted to. the Williams, a well known merchant street! aI advertised for a new force bidder to give bond In the sum of $250 ;
w proper authorities, In the State of sac, Ky. He writes "Twenty rem but ark far has received no applications for the satisfactory performance of Ed. RObinSOn .
California.He ago I had severe hemorrhages of the ;; ; the contract Evelopes to be marked
that glveth. quickly glvetitwice. lungs; and was near death wuea I be- Soctety emereged from, Its Lenteneeclu "Proposals for grading and paving ,
Ran taking Dr. King's New Discovery.It and next week will witness 7th street*
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Given under my hand .ant the cures hemorrhages, chronic coughs, many|;'festivities. On Monday evening Board reserves the right to reject Contracting Electrician

Oreat Seal of the State,.at?Tallahassee settled colds and bronchitis and Is I .Miss Nellie..Williams and;Mia any and all bids .
;the Capital this 20th'day of'Aprilin the only known cure for weak lungs. CelIe6'Brten'will1 give a'dance to a AMeKlnnon.
the Tear of Our Lord. One TbousJH Every bottle guaranteed by all drug their l' PIlS. ,, M. R. KeHnm. Chairman. 019 Ave. D Miami I lorida '
'tb gtatsr 'SOe and $L Trial bode free. non TMaday afteraooB KrLJlerrI&II Clerk. I
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QUESTIONS ANSWEREDP4 : .there necessity li Uthus.a) for protection saving from of about'cold SttOan and .. '!- I ..

t acriS-which is tie cost.of shedding :
__ L' c''; o !farthe>k norUiL'There are ten to twelve :4 :

I thousand plants to the acre and the Bank of
;. i formation of Interest to the Prospective Settler fruit bfings' In the neighborhood of Bay Biscayne

Miami and the Southern from tu cents a dozen for Red Spanishto
Concerning
25 -tints a piece for Porto Bloc. ,
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Portion of Dade County. The percentage of plants fruiting depends

:ipon i the care and judgment ex- ; ORGANIZED "1896 .\ '

erclsei: their culture some growers ,. i ;\. :;
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havtn isucceeded la trait
I; securing ..
So Inquiries are directed: to lences of civilization as electric lights: from 96"per cent of the plants in their I b :'

the Metropolis many by prosp-!-:Gte settler water .works sewerage, telephone aya-. pinerieijLanot 10$,, (Capital $27.300. Surplus! S3.500.00. Deposits) over $2 .OOQ.OO I

or home seekers. concerning conditions teuUree mail dellverythree newspapers may be purchased from $S or 3 -

existing In this' part ot the country 'two national hanks one State $10 aa.acre:: up. depending on proximity :

and the burden of correspondence en- bank etc. It has miles of beautifu/ to:Broads, and shipping point Good .

thereby has become so heavy streets of native white. atone It U lands:$: n rock road within 5 miles ot ,

"' that tailed we Have attempted In the following practically the terminus of the Florida Miami'jnay be had for $50 an acre and Statement at the close J of business, February, .J

article to summarize such l Information East Coast Railway for though an extension sometimes less than that sum for land :

as is most imjiortant. and tp of the road has recently been not Immediately on a road. The 11III.Quallt1.'i 23, 906 1 as reported to the State, Comptroller -4

answer the IjuNitlons -most frequently built,' penetrating the farming lands or land farther away from i 4" .

asked: It Is hoped .by this means thata I I forty-five miles south la'merely transportation facilities can of coarse,

sample copy: ot the paper of which a feeder to the commerce of this dty. be purchased.' for less The land la unpromising I I I' .

hundreds are sent out, will. In most, Here are located the ateamah1p:docks In- appearance to those ancuetoined ,.

cases serve the purpose Intended better of the P t. O. ..Steamship'Company, to.'the deep rich soils Motherl&tates. ResourcesLoans ;

than a personal letter. Specific Information whose lines are operated to Key West being rocky and-sandy .1

may be obtained by writing to Havana and to Nassau ::Immense yet results' can be obtained from 'it and discounts. I . . . . . .$159,851.13' .
wharves, etc:, are being projected to far Ittjecess 1 of the retains realized ,
u to any hr the real -state or other firms Real Estate owned. f. . . .. . 17531.91 .
In this keep pace with the ,vastly increased from[fiine J more fertile sections of the
whoso advertisements appear to become familiar maritime business- that'must follow on countrjr. Fertilizer must be used bat Furniture and fixtures. . . . . 3,11525 .;
the best .
and way
,}:t' taper| ; with local conditions progress, the deepening of the ....bor..artt on 'returns more than Justify the expenditure Current expenses .l. . . . . 1261.83 :;

happenings, which snow. actually progressing 'An Involved.
j y; Industries and current Ca Account "
while contemplating removing to this appropriation of $300,000 has been secured 'People of energy and Industry are ,if
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from the government:for harbor heartily welcomed andthe country's
} section is.through leading the Dally ; U. S. Bonds . . . . .2200.00
Improvements and the Florida development being practically Just begun
the former
: or ywhch the Weekly will Metropolis to address east Coast Railroad Is also pledged to Mere ls'room for all to reap the Due from Banks. . I . . 58.379.50. :'t
4 of ( be sent any
r. at ibe rale of $!i.OO a year, $I.i! for expend a like amount, Thus 1600.000' benefits which most ensue as the result Cash'In Vault . . . . . 39,942.29 "

:'. three months; the Weekly a larger ; Is now being used for this purpose and' ol such development. Capital finds la ,a. Total available . . . . 100521.79, i

t, 8-page paper-Ix'lng mailed' for $1.50 It Is a moral certainty that further appropriations here oat 'proCtable Investment. while cash..f. 282.281.91 I .{U_ ,tfcIt
#|:4 a year. "111.; be secured:.nttl the la W t:is.In demand and .ell'paid. Pea :
It i ." ". harbor 1s In acondltlen commensurate ple' of,tnoJerate means who come here i
THE CITY OF MUM ;
t. with its Importance_from. a,commercial and buy a small tract of land make a
*" Sprang out of the wilderness nine geographical 'and strategical modest home, set.out fruit trees andwhileswaiting .Capital Stock. . .! . . . . . 27,300. .

years'ago,'the railroad. baring reached standpoint-an Importance recognized [ for these to come' Into Surplus . . . . . . . :: 3.500.0C '...;it

;i his point April 15. 1896 Prior to this by public mental the uUO aI! capital bearing,.'engage'. la trucking are, a- Dividends not called ( .f] . . .. . . 140.oQ''
t one store whose trade was principally .
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Line and by all who win study the location way7.Wlthoal'exception, successful Earnings accounts..r. ... . . . 1.433.81.

with families the Indians, and'a few of this pout: and its relation to Insular And[lids';'suttee costs lesa'effort than Bills . . :. ..:. . : 25,000Cashler's .)
|r scattered eking out a precar- t0 r. .
MM livelihood by wrecking and the and South Amerlcan'xcommerce,' -other' parts nf the country whilethe checks ... . . . :. . . 994.1f ';
nothing of the vast'-trade that iilmatlc cordl lions render oat-door
, aiaaafactnre. of coontle starch were say "" Bank deposits . ,. . . . . 9.85438
must spring into existence npoa'the wortlosslbleevery day In the year
the only evidences of clYUl 11oD. On completion ot the Panama canal wlthjlhe health benefits of such an Certificates of deposit {i. .-. . . . .. .15,732.6$', ,

I Jail ZS, 1896., Miami was Incorporated A glance at the map will ahow:the open-air life thrown. At the same Individual deposits. ;. . . . . ,. ., 198,326.86 -...

: AS a :city,_furnishing perhaps the only most casual observer the possibilitiesthe I t1 {| people who are enjoying health $282. 81..9f"
instance, record' In which.a fall
t. on future holds for the Magic City and moderate success in their present
i.. fledged city came into existence with- SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES abo>irtjiad, better stay where they are >-. '
i 'jut lint having been a town Three They should be weighty reasons to laflaeitce -. The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20 per:cent' .;
'
c huuideed voters are required Miami has one'of the ben>> public 5f! of ''or .
r' registered anyone to make a move of such Its deposits In cash with reserve banks. This bank: as _.
u> entitle any community.to,be called schools ID.the State( embracing'school both Importance People who have made will be seen by the above statement has over 40 per cent 'of'' .
l" the common and high courses.
,a a coq kas tha,that"number,consti- failures elsewhere are not like Its deposits available cash No bank'
town 'At a'meeting held for The buildings are large aad wdl ventilated y o 1n1 In the state makes a ,
sung a
of' threei' and there la a competent corps verylncces8fnl here. Intelligence sadIndustry hotter showing.'or, is In a better condition to" serve its .
the Incorporation
it: purpose are aa essential to tor-
teachers good
and one-naif months after the Ant of A Catholic convent aec- depost1"- :
tnije/iere I
Stats'le aa in any other part of the
! train reached Miami. 344 Totes'were ond to none In the ia fail ClO 1 i''I .

ff'I'M gsssswsBeaal growth, of this operation, giving Instructions to'1.otJa .
If jit Is desired to engage ta general I!
has been sustainedthronghoot sexea There are also private schools i tvf I
early period
; : farming in the raising of wheat care. .
a musical conservatory and art school, -
'E. .the eight of the city's
years
or oats, peaches \ .
apples, grapes' or .
that every educational -
so need'may t J. _
it. history. z J.
other products of the _
temperate -- -' -- -
. be supplied There are about thirty ; tone 1 : 5 : .M ------: -:
." POPULA: nON. KTO. flourishing-schools'la' obi-. :':. onejjiust cast his lot some hundreds of
. Miami has at ,.nt a resident' population : Every religions denomination la represented mlles o the north and accept the coldthatgji

. of between C.OOO and 7.000. Inch and' the. following'. bee j part of the' 'egacy: of:land I ,

r.."- .winter'.months this population If whe|| these things can be grown 11
handsome church buildings ,
'' : Presbyterian \ :
a, Augmented, by the addition ot .thousands ,,Episcopalian.. Catholic M.',E. Neither la this a' stock raising country.Is Fort Dallas National! nk
z': of visitors mostly of the wealth- Tbeitu! a "no fence law" which ia a '
Church M. ,E. Church .South, and
teat classea-who.come. to ,enjoy:the 'I '' crelit boon to the setdeiot.limited: ; .. .. .
-
Baptist v* f r. -7 ; {
; j ''Iii "l
j ideal climate. and the finest fishing to means, and there 11'.e" ,little live ;

.the world. To accommodate these SOILS AND PRODUCT stocifln the cxmetry. On the other 1 .
The principal Industry la nail eeetlon 6774 I
,
1(, visitors there are. numerous, hotels t' hand,If It Is desired to engage lathe .
c- is the.growing of fruits and wlatcr'vegetables .
iaf. boarding booses principal among '' culture of citrus fruits pineapples va-
; for'the Northern car- "
t. 'which Is. the stately Hotel Royal Palm rJon,||tropical,or semi-tropical fruits, 3 '
keta Tomatoes form the staple '
!j and the Kf&Dd.De. Halcyon Hall.both crop the jtrowtag.of vegetables at the season j .I
but there are large quantities of other
;:c monuments In size grandeur, and aeeommodaUng the other .
pf year when all pasta
6. ..facWUr .; vegetables grown, aueh' as .tomatoes of the country are ia the grip of vbtor. ; United( Stales Depository. :::::. Depository State Florida
egg plant.;'peppen./, s ; etc. The 'of
.
,,
The. population la cosmopolitan ey.I ?!juris section offers decided advaatsgpiisover .-
planting season extends from'about, "
!'1 every. state,In the Union furnishing Its -any- other portion"of the ,
October_ .1 to January. 11... and the, talk .
quota ofrepresentatives.AjBmde, ; t Staten
I of the shipments are sent North from
ilrable foreign l element is unknown. '

rt CLIMATE! being November practically, until May no ,difference although In there the I1nll- >ROPOSALS FOR PAVING. Report( of condition ;on April 6th. 1906. reported jo : .:

Writing from penonal xperleaee.T1a1U11I' ,
season, seeds may.be planted or.vegetables the Comptroller of .the'' (Gurreocy- Gondensed "
after .California_and ot.Iaetf -: see- Office of Com. of Public Works.
c dooawhere climatic conditions are gathered any,day' la the. 7t1 11'. Si Miami Fla. April 16, 1106V i!
Vegetables are grown usually on'the Bailed bids will be received by the
W: 'considered at their: best;we can unhesitatingly : i
prairie lands which are free front Board: of Public Works at the city j i
,. ,that Miami has the moat
say
i .
Umber are'composed 'of building until 8:30 p. m.; Monday, '
and a kind at Resources '
winter :climate In'the'UnitedState .
perfect marL.P,. I : ;. A MsjffJ.1906: for grading and pavlnt .
t... Cold ia'alm .t unknown: even. 8th treet from the east line of Avenue !
ii,"' the slightest frost being rare.The Fruits ,are grown on pine lands D> td -the west line of the Boulevard ,
.' warmth of summer Is'ver7'tempered which are slightly higher 'thaw the Paving to be done from curb to curb, t Loans and discounts. + . . .. ..: . .. .. .. .. ... .:$422,070.60.

l by the cooling breese from+ .the':Ac- prairies, and In.this section very rocky wltbVMlaml hiake a perfectly rock of fineness satisfactory sufficientto Job Overdrafts, secured. ,.. -. .. . .. . .. ....... .. .'r 18,747.7s ..

k .lantic recorded and*jr the'government the' highest temperature thermometer containing This rock la a a great peculiar deal coral of plant formation' fait In to accordance bcij given by with.the grades city engineer and profile and y U.- 8._Bonds. and premium ..:. .. .....'. .....:..;;, ...71,000.00, U0.r .

daring the summer months Is IS. aa evidenced by the fact that In many undf| his direction.A.gerufledcheck Other stocks and Bonds.... .. : ... ...... .. .... .. ... '41,000.00
places,orange and other trait trees for $100.00 must
I'. HEALTH! are
The city ranks among the first In to be seen 1Ie&r1ac'1JarltW1.,,.though bidder accbJllpanT'to give this bond bid.in. the The sum successful of |250 ft' Banking House.... . ... ... .. .. . .. ... . .. .:. 50, .Y'O.oo- '

:,;!< the'United States In point of health apparently standing on'a'solid plats for f jibe. satisfactory performance of Doe from banks and U. S. Treasurer . .. .. ... 74,67.92
rhere Is'entire freedom from malaria, of this rock Being of a porous or the|(ontracL Evelopeg to be marked :

and there are no ""prevailing diseases. honeycombed structure the roots.of "Proposals for grading and paving Cash in vault.... .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .,. .H. .. . ... '..47,75'J.83I ':

-,,- Those-ailments, which- are common. to the-trees are .enabled to penetrate it SthfStreet"Board reserves the right. to reject '1't., h.
an parts .of the:;country" aeem- to' bei' and draw ample! sustenance from what anp'i.and all bids. r $725,235.13

here robbed. In put; of their power as would,appear to be a,very mnpromla- G. A. McKInnon

i' they usually appear In- a mild form II lag source This rock, by_the'way MR. Kellnm, Chairman.' Liabilities' .,
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. : and rarely: leave.the bad'effects which I makes a beautiful and durable building Clerk. ;i I fI

follow In; the. wake of like* diseases material, and.the new coon house ". .

1: elsewhere'Scarlet- 'fever and' diphtheria 'and Jail as well as severaf residences H NOTICE Capital... . . .. .... ..I.I ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... . .$$100,000.00,
liD
w the city built of this
are unknown, whf typhoid atone are Sealed bids for laying eight Inch Surplui and undivided profits . .. .. ... .. .. . .. 6,7 6.67
much admired by all visitor It .
fever la rarely heard of. It Is a desirable also.
tend
:
;cotta sewer on 19th street from
makes the finest National Bank .. ... .. ... .... ... .
fi place for those. suffering from road material ta the manhole In Brickell Avenue to Avenn . ..52,000.00
'
(. tang.troubles.'asthma;, ,. catarrh: and world in and Dade county leads all others : connect, and thence Mong Avenue D to DEPOSITS... .Notes.j.. .. . . .. ... .. .. .. . .666,468.46
f' similar dlsensei' which are prevalent the State la mneap'aa.I'CODdI : with manhole at center of 18th :

,.' -'t !ineolder. elhnatea Many persons'affected ton of her highways.The : I street or Public, win Works be received tat their by the matins Board $725, 3

.lOt. these ,Ills have come' here fruits cultivated are chiefly In tty council room. May 7.' 1906. I .
and have been cared of greatly'bene ,grapefruit oranges, and pineapples Bidders to do..all necessary work .
; ratted. Of coarse, this is not the caseIn 'gums. mangoes avocado pears aad and.:furnlsh all materials. V Work tobe -. j ,

every. Instance. .People. .die here,: aa limes are'largely produced bat being t Mbne under the supervision of the Bank !
cltjr j#? engineer. Plans profiles and The Fort Dallas National offers to all customers old and new every
else No countryhas Indigenous to the '
they do everywhere
country, they thrive
specifications can be seen In the office
favor consistent with sound and
ideas accomodation in
banking
ri-' yet been discovered 1'erP opleIi with' little or 'no' cultivation: Citrus of the clerk' of the board. every keeping ,
;, ve ,Jmraune from death and disease. trees will require from three to five Certified check for the amount of I with their balances and financial !standing.

Vt he"same time, it may:be truthfully .- years'after planting to produce fruit $1100! must accompany each bid. 1 J 'I
Satisfactory bond In toe of
sum
I
said that the conditions tending Pineapples which
grow on a plant
$500; ;to be given ,by successful bidder I
,;,. to general. bealthfulness. are as favorable somewhat resembling the cactus;, and or cfimpletlon of work In perfect man- i
;. as Iii any section of the country. which'a -e propagated by setting slipsor. nenj Board reserves the right to re- 'I L I

and tar more so than In moat suckers* bear fruit In IS months jec i:anT and 'an bids. ,Wm., M.: \ Geo. R. Gomph. Cashier

t; THE... .Cu IB. ; TUTURK after planting In'this section they at t|alrman. Board Geo. A.of McKInnon.Public Works i N

f Miami poaeeaesa an modem eonvea- we grown in 0oPe.. ., there being no Ml R. KeHnm. Clerk, '

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