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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 24, 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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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TWO PRETTY WEDDINGS' SDLEMIZH COUNTY. rAFFAI SARE'' DISCUSSED WEST PALM BEAGHI DEATH E ESTIMArn '




ri '* IN THE E Ell HOURS. 5 l LUST, NIGHT. 1BY C-HAnTMAN'1.- A Aa WINfiElD VOTED SCHOOL I WERE GREATLY(I !

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c' many electric lights were grouped ,- -NE.- r... .-. .
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about shedding over the scene a bril- ; [
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POPULAR liance of blended colors. Of Board 'Coolly CommissionersConditions That Confronted Preaent.BoardHow ,
MIAMI GIRLSted'To '
The ushers were )lr.- John Gardner. ss -' .
Mr. James Gilman Mr. Allan Hill and ; They Were Met-Improvements Hade and -- --- :"I" ...
Mr., Charles B. Wheeler. Mr. J. G. I.

t. .E Saxelby and ,Miss was Willie organist Hahn for leader the occasion of the I.TII Levy Imposed Ably Explained. : 76 FOR AND 18 AGAINST J

choir. The guest were of the most & tlYEARINWAKfg5r51IXReports

;, Hymen's Alter By ultrafashionable of Miami's society.An .... ,..Ii) ...,.:........ .__ ._ .
equally fashionable reception was : > ;v _

: WeB Known 1 Young held at the Gardner home after the I When the pent.boardof.county llzed world or sit down and do noth Canvas f;
.I wedding. The reception nail was dimly commissioners sent into office In Jan- lug but draw our two dollar per Returns ed

: I lighted and the stair banked with nary,- 1105. thcondltlons. that confronted month-less ten per cent discount by School' Show. That But Two.
j Men fern Almost every Inch of wall The banks declined to carry our warrant f I '
was''covered with-terns "u4 'palma. ,u* "e : a ,depleted treasury, for this work unless we could Board ioRef i ilar. Session Hundred and SereatySs ee'Were

,. Potted palm and "featherly fern In and nearly $50,000 of outstanding Indebtedness show that the tax levy for 1905 would ,
; Jardinieres stood about the room wirrants for which had cover outstanding warrants and warmats Today-Rest'lotion Authorizing Killed in San Francisco -

Hundred of light were swung from been ;drawn oft';' the several fund "to be draws'had guarantee Bond

f:1IH:; I Quiet Home Affair Iud the ceiling to ailing and partly obscured These, warrant* bad practically all their payment by May I, 104. Sale -General Conditions

by flowers.. been registered]and therefore took All the bank In the county agreed -
Other Grind A'small room was reserved for the precedence for'j; >ayment over any new that'If we could satisfy them on this Adop ed.ubllc .
Spectacularly
displaying of the presents. On table warrants drawnj; to cover current- ex- point they would take".care: of the I
and imposing the and even landing on the floor, were ponies of the County. warrants drawn for this road work at .DlPro"'l ".
r at Trinity
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numerous presents consisting of large Banks were (i Charging! a flat discount the rate of seven per cent per annumto

; Methodist Church. pieces 'of China, cut glass, and silver of ten per cent and had more county May I, 1906. Instead of the ten The board of instruction met Washington official
w were.no rarity, and every article familiar paper, to carry;than they wanted even per cent discount they had been this morning In the luperlzatendezat'. :I
to a well appointed sideboard at that figure. Merchants did charging this made a discount of office, with the following present: Mr. report from General Greelj/, concern.

and China closet was there. Several I not care to furnish supplies and ,a.- about five per- cent at the beginningof Herbert A. Pennock>first district; Mr. tag the loss of Ufe In the San Francisco : -
gilt chairs were among the array. Mr. cept a warrantrfeorth only ninety cents the work, running down to about E. W. J. Parrish,. second district; Mr. disaster reads as follow*:
f and Mrs. Henry M.'Flagler presented 'on the dollar. fj The convicts Instead two and one-half per cent toward the I
-The marriages o: Misses Pearl Card W. M. Burdlne, chairman, third district "A very careful examination, today
iner the bride with a valuable necklace and. of being work d. on the roads, were end. While the county,, can not pay I and R. E. Hall, superintendentand i
Welahwhicb'rxiety
[ and Effie" by i Capt. titan shows the Sav Francisco
pendant. : presumably discount 4
f leased out because there on warrants drawn on road secretary. )' .
\\' has on the qul nTe'of anticipation for In the dining room the table we was no money;Q pay for their;feed. fund, this difference was actually sated The minutes of th*,last meeting were death list to be 277sjfar as figures .

: some weeks especially for Miss. Gardner decorated ..1 well as the walls,- and I, 'The commissioners have no authority -'I) to the county, as 'every man performing read and adopted,j: are obtainable. Off thte fifty are

; **, 'whose 'marriage was to ,be .,,th. wedding cake placed I under theUawi to draw warrants )I service for or.selling supplies This Is the regular' meeting of the unknown. I I
fashionable-chnrcfc, iffMr. .lth a re- lza-the center, and punrn: and sweets for an, amount!greater than the'tax''i to the county knew just what his war Board. It having been deferred In orderto
piton afterwards, were 'solemnized served from a side table enconced tna.canopy !: levy for the various funds for the current 'i' rant' was worth. In cash at any bank In allow the,board]'-an opportunity to CONDITIONS ARE
*MU Efde Welsh' and )lr: Charles B. pinks' white, and blues" ,?and the cake of the banks that they would not carry cordingly. In order to accomplishthis held In Special School 'Tax District IMPROVIN RAPIDLY

Wbeeterwerr : woddel at six oclock pink and whites. carrying.- county wirants-In. excess: of .the, result It was necessary for the No. I, West Palm Beach, on' the 23d I .
i '1'at rte beautiful Some of Mr. and Mr. color schemes of white and pink; Most .assessment f of a 105.- board to Increase. .mIllai,) of taxation In It.. :yesterday. ,*//, San Francisco April 244Following
'C. W. Gardner on Itth street only of the roses and palm were furnished It, will be yeadlly seenthat there u follows: 'Four mills to pay the rain'0: Sunday night and Monday, .'
the immediate families of the couple by the Royal Palm florist.. On the was no money Iivallable for road build outstanding indebtedness In road .elation which Intensified the sufferings of tae
'being: present Father White performed veranda the same amount of care Inartistic Inc. Howeiet. the convj'ct 'were fund general fund and' be and forfeiture result found and declared as follows: homeless thousands' here last night ,

tits leremotlyM1arOardner decorating was carried out.:. called .la sad :tor several.months.were fund and a special road tax of For bond, 76; against bonds, 18; illegal was one.of comparative comfort! and
i and Mr.- Moore 'with pretty little Eleaaor'Beiny: ,'the< present, aad;through r;the'.;reception hauled the:rock orpaId.for it. as eight mUla' to ,the .taxes for'nos, Upon recommendation of the superintendent was clear and'warman > there was
;daughter"of 'Mr and'.Mrs.'John B. hour the' friends' rained down4 upon was the case-from; Little River west aalf -'which;,was. .to*pay r debts contracted the following,appebatmeAti less suffering than at any) time since
I.l lI17.. a* ring bearer. The home hao them aU 'the -happy wishes and congratulations to the vegetable Ianae rHnmbng- before our term and the other were made: Mr. R. H. Rousseau to the earthquake last Wed esday..
previously been ,decorated from .1 in keeping with the event gus" whtch-gast'the: county only the half was applied .to .roads.. be supervisor at Boynton. No. 16; Mr. The conditions are constantly growing
Mrs. Moore aJa4J4rI.Wheeler have of .the convicts, and ,the usual better the relief work Is being better
r wide,,1 veranda to' the chamber upstairs use The Increase In tax amounted to E. O. Tweedell o-be supervisor atfollowing
.. 'most'lavishly and under,these I long been intimate friends.'Last night expense Incident the:camp;- the eighty cents on' the one hundred dollars Cutler No. 18. ;:t!_ organized each day ana the distribution -
< fragrant.bowers the,two were made they stood together In all the pleasant new road at ttuart:to which.the-peo assessed valuation of his propert] On motion the resolutionwas *.of provisions andj providing
*one. The present were token of the I confusion about them drinking to each pie there conttlbutediargely and the or ten cents ,, on'the'.ctu.1 value of adopted: h shelter becoming more 'and more
'. affection and friendship ,of, their other health and happiness sad glad repair work fpa;:'road near,.!.Cutler, the price he would ask for his proper- "Whereas, on tlY.23d'day'of April. systematic and through };
....'Mends here;and various-part-! that fortune does not separate.them.The About' that\ time-:the board;,received tTThis : A.tD. 1906, a special election was held u.It. expected that tout 'street car ;
the United States. An upstairs room 1 two couples were drivenIn all an offer from h.i Florida East! CoastRailway I* the extent to which the present In Special School] Tax District No.1, lines win be operating within twenty. .'
had been set aside for their gift and automobile to Cocoanut Grove ,last people to Join In with us and board of commissioners U responsible of Dade county!Florida In whlcn four hours and the two large district ,
the array wu rich anJ beautiful.,' night and they,left this afternoon fora build the conttfy road from Fort Laud- for the Increase in taxes. election by an affirmative vote, a ma will havr electric lights also.:
1 : tour to Nassau.. They/will reside erdale to Defray, thus completing the Over. State taxes, drainage tax, etc<< Another slight earthquake shock
la Miami on their:return. connecting link; betwen Miami and CoDtbauefon.... I. was felt last night about 10:40 but
,t !''IOORE4ARDNE.t.NUPTIALI __c_ _._ ... this board,has no control The two
Palm 'Beach.fi*' !f no damage was done although) some
mill
At Increase of school tax which was
half past seven the Trinity Eplscopal -
.. : This offer tai to furnish the coun endorsed by the voters at the las excitement was caused. ': .
Church filled to overflowingn 'I
with Invited guests was ,' aDd preceded bya COMMITTEE ty'a' speclalfriraln to haul the rock primary 'election and the natural Increase MIAMI IBOOMED It Is understood that all patiola'.n4
RELIEF
large,wen trained choir which sang free of charge, provided the countywould In property, values, all 'go to guards will be disarmed and the troops
load and'unload the rock and make up the total Increase In amount both, regular and the militia will be
a* they went The Voice that Bre.thedO'er
build the rotThe service offered of taxes.: For the additional twenty instructed not to shoot except In easel :
Eden That Earliest Wedding ; '
; free, by, the 'railway people was estimated cents per thousand dollars market val. of extreme necessity. |Ii|
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; Day, etc. the bridal procession BYDAI Y TRADE[
Will. CONTINUETHE to be worth about $20,000based .
1 Miss .Pearl Cecelia Gardner and Mr. ae of propertythe taxpayers has 'RECONSTRUCTION h
William Ballard Moore slowly apt on.the. prlc*: pad them for similar gotten the Palm Be.cb.Mlaml"ro.d, is |l :
preached the altar where Rev N.B.! service by the former board. That the road at Stuart and other points NOW CRYSTALIZING .
| Fuller and the bridegroom and best looked good to us, but here-was the and many miles of old road made over .
man stood waiting., C CANVASFor. rob. Pi and has paid the debts of the county, RECORD San Francisco April 24-Arrangements

The bride, leaning upon her fathers ., Inn.order tb"ret this twenty,thousand so far as the funds controlled by the for reconstruction |are rapidly
dollars' worth of work free, the here the .
presented a pretty picture.. Her ; commissioners are concerned.The I crystallzlng and work will begin ,
gown was modest In outline bat made county had t*flo work that would cost present board will fix the mill- very soon. The blowing up of

of the richest of white lace over whit about the "lIIe'.mount., and there age,for 1906 and the road being paid dangerous ruins In the ,,business section
was not a dollar In the treasury to do for and debts cleared off. It Is their of the city has begnii and by afternoon
sheer silk. The lace was the latest Yori
pattern for one piece costumes, mad Funds to Aid the California, It with. The taxes then coming In purpose to'cut off,four mills for outstanding Of New -Town Given a there will not be one danger
were .avanablf : only for' payment of ous-ruin Market
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standing
with full ": Indebtedness and to reduce on street
skirt and
j, close weeping fitting train. Long a
were a finishing touch to the effective was up .to :.ujij-j to meet the situationand much a* rue' best Interests of the to Investigate the buildings left

beauty of one of the ..most. dazzling -. build th*; road that wfll spread county. ,will''' admit ot Progress That Means standing report that they have Investigated
j the 'ame of Dade.. county over the civ-.. T. A. Wlnfleld.NEW and found that nearly all the
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4- dream, o:,a wedding 10"" Orange -
Good to and
City steel frame withstood
tioa are Very structure the
blossoms. were the crowning glory to ,
Ten. one spray.being entwined In earthquake and although the fire consumed
/ UTOMODILEORDINANCI Se Hon
the content of these
building
liberal.At'
Its meshes in the back. The.-bouquet : '
'which she carried was of large bride It did not serious Injure] the frame
roses' from a popular florist at Jacksonville ADOPTED BY work.' |Ii! .
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tied with loose knot of narrow t I The white ribbons., : the Chinatown district of San nan-
and wide .--- Tie Dally Trade Record of NewTor Cisco forever.. .
a special meeting of the relief Mayor Schmltx ha*
Mrs. Charles B. matron of _
Wheeler << I fin
under date of the ilst of the business
committee solicit fund says Informed the police to collect an the
to
honor, appeared in pink and 1I'tii.*the appointed At a recesi'session of the city council valid fixed the maximum speed over '
I for the ,and of the,CaUfonala earthquake and progress now prevailing In Chinese In the city and .locate, them
sheerest ttt sheer organdie with a held last jught the new automobile all streets of the city at eight mile
tam1-a deserved
aDoltrue
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appreciated
white background spray-effect of. and Are sufferers held this ordinance'wa'' 'Be'principal matter per hour. In a ware house near. Fort Mason
the office of W. W Prout ; statement: I and that new Chinatown be located In
1 ,pink rose, worn over filmy pale pink morning at under consideration, and considerable
r silk Light pink glove were won it was decided to continue the solicitations time was spent In discussing the. measure. Alderman J. I. Wilson was named Miami Is Just] at the dON.of an a new'centre several ml e* from Its
/ -' as a committee ot cue to represent the exceedingly The former alte.CALIFORNIA.
with the short sleeves. Her bouquetwas until tomorrow morning at nine l$ *. -. ... prosperous season.
1/ entirely of pink sweet peas the o'clock when the final return will be The'ordinance''was' finally- 'adoptedand city of Miami at r meeting to b* held tourist travel was the heaviest la the<
season's flower"wl'h a shower of canvassed and the total'amount col .after ppbltanonwill 'become a'' at Tampa for !]u pnrpos of discussing history of the city. The capacity of UNIVERSITY .'

1 1 pink and white ribbons, aDd tied with; lected.'forwarded by Mayor John Sew law.It", prfi-vtbc* "a speedoften; ; sanitation and the eradication of mos several hotels and boarding house SUSPENDED, SESSIONS
1 wider length A dainty crown' of eU, custodian'of the fund to the prop- miles 1 per ho.r-durID, the day time quitoes. Mr. \Vilun wii' leave for will be Increased considerably, aDd :.
J, the same flower the bad placed upon authorities In San Francisco.Up eight '.t ''night' and four In tun1ll11coraer. Tampa> Thurl.tty'night. new ones In addition to the two which Berkley. Cat April 24J- President

her hair worn with low coiffure. to this morning but four of the .. vfg A- few other matf.:rt of nicer Importance \ were erected last year are contemplated Wheeler of the University of California -
,.V The flower girl, little Miss Helen soliciting committees' had reported, The formed ordinance, declared-'In- received constderatl.'m and acJonSLEGA'L by northern romoters. Besides In session with the Council of .
:'Jackson aDd Miss Eleanor Rem,.. were their total collection aggregating $317 the hotels. a- .I-1---t railway I. now the Academy yesterday J/ decided .to. "
most prettily and daintily dressedxtne With the return 0:- other,members In coarse of construction! which will suspend college sessions for the balance
with pale green, a fluted white over of the committee.- It'is. believed that I PAPERS FILED. be operated by electric power. -Plans of the academic, year.'
green aUk;.and the other the same ef- $500' or' more*win.have been raised are also being completed for a gal --'

hat' tn 'pale pint:, Their --basket for-this laudable'cause. --. lighting and heating plant to be also CAPTAIN RICHMOND HOBSON
overflowed with sweat peas and rose AnT person desiring to'make'a" do promoted by northern capitalists. WILL BE CONGRESSMAN z
which they scattered In the bride's nation', the ;fund can hand }It to Satisfaction;of mortgage Enalce A.. east half of eonthwest'qus-r of the "While the farming haJ 'dlsconrag '

,path u she left the chorea. Mayor Sewell or any member: of the Chilling worthy to'Edward Chambers.' northeast quarter4'section 33 tp. S3, Ing setbacks du > to excessive rain Indication Point to is'EJiectlon' Over
Mr.George B. Oomph,'' best man",took committee who wIJ1,acknowledge"the Satisfaction of mortgage Realty couth,. range 41 east. and other elemental cause, nevertheless John Bankhead
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the ring from the bearer, Master Crosier I&JCe d .. Mortgage C .n.1u; ', to Edwin Cham Warranty deed. John F. Smith t J they will b< better 'off flnancla
SeweU; whO' Ithcngh only' tom bers. |:i Olap Zetterlund for $1.000. lots 2 to ly than they -wer > the last two years.as Birmingham. Ala., Aprlt4-The..at.

J 'years of ,.e. performed his part perfectly Going on Another Cruise Bill of SakJ; B. Gonya to W. 'N. 6 Inclusive block 28;Halljindal-,. and their product especially tomatoes est returns from the Sljtth District ...
and after the sacred'seal and Mr.N.; M.- George, who returned a Wood for $ 50. motor boat "Uncle ten acrei'ln section :1. anj east hal bring fabulous p .ce. Democratic Congressional' Primary, re-' '
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vow was made the notes of.Mendel.aone few days ago from a successful tarpon Joe." i i'Warranty of lot,.,, block 7, secdon %7. tp. 51, "Real estate Is slag In value almost c.elved up to 11 o'closck! his morningseem
march, annmsced ,the! final UP fishing cruise,aboard the auxiliary ip3J5 sotith, range-42 eint. i daily. to" Indicate the n mlnntlon of
ani'jiH.-
: which forenr'.boe.) their lives. sloop yacht Klondike,' having captured : :. H, E. ; Warranty deed Fritz Jacobu.i to; "The dry goods and kindred bug Captain Richmond Pearso i Hobson over
: The choir added greatly to the thirteen of the silver beauties>> will re Martens r c HTlareTre: D. Loudan'. for Ola"Zetterlund for;11.000.1ots 2 to I nesses are all prospering. With one Congressman John H. BAP\tIe.d.
10 acreetn section 14.tp.,
plendor' of the occasion by singing turn again Thursday aboard the same $3,500. : .inclusive, block Hallandale.. and or two exceptloi: those engaged 111 It appear that Hobson( has Carried
:.. ohensrW. "Faithful and True," boat c to Indian Key and vicinity .on a 63, south, tthge 41 east east half lot 3. block 7, secttai 21, an. the mercantile. Business are young ."our counties by A good ajo....,. and
bile the.1 artr were" entering. The more extended cruise of ,three or four Warranty-f'jJetrd, M. B. Lynun'to east half lot 3," block 'i. section 27, (p. men, wide a1l'ak. and public spirited Bankhead carried three by .a smal
church with Its stained walls, carpetedt weeks !* Freeman Griffith for $1 and other con 51 south range 4Z.east' They are all members of the Board of majority _,
t padded floor, aDd '.!ta; of,uuch siderations. 30 acres In section 12.; tp. Warranty deed Mr.-.R. E. Wilson Trade and take in active Interest. !I. Two counties are nrnnl,g very close
: rare trimmings and furniture was Another Heavy Train 15,'south, range 42 east to Wv F. Miller for $1 and oihe/ considerations Its work. They also have a live Mer and returns! to tar tads ate the maJqrlty -

1 ; .. massed from ceiling to floor._Kb, palm .Another heavy train,, consisting of 'Warranty4ee Joal Wtil'an' to lot 15. 16 and 17, block thants Assodati J1. In favor of Hobso In-thls district
y leaves and the altar and front decorated fifty cars of crashed"rock for.ballast- Dee Miller ;far $110, east half lot 5. 32,'Miami. "The merchant are liberal adventsas about four hundred Hobson men
In white cut flowers and profue- Ins:'the' roadbed o." the F. E. C. Railway block' 43, West! Palm Beach. Satisfaction of mortgage. Corn Lee The town as three dallies and are claiming the victory while Bank-
ions.of malden, hair fern., Awbite ; ,passed through here this afternoon Warrantyf eed. W. D. Sturtevant Gerock to J. P. Doane, trustee. several weeklies and each Is crowded head said today that he as not snfflc-
l' bell'of flower was suspended over ID .charge of Conductor H. A. to'John Sew&l and C. H. Raulcrscn .Satisfaction. of mortgage Joseph H wlths ads. whlci would reflect crediton lentil! Informed to make a statement

i r' ,the 'rail where the,,couple. 'stood and Sealeand.. ..Engineer George, ,Bayles.' for. $5, and direr. consideration' .! north-. Day. to,P. Ullendorff and wit!. a city of a h ndred thousand" non r'I
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i B. B. TATUM, PRESIDENT. -- S. BOBO Matting, Oil l He< '

fo THE MIAMI PRINTING DUSSEC.-TRZ..S.I

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f t>;;- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY' and 'Furniture


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f" Oaf year br maIl-............. $5.00 Three months ................- $1-1 .
-11::" lis months .................;.. *-W One weekfl by carrier .......... .1$ "
Will be Sold at ,Reduced Prices for thirty days ,
=; Advertising Rates made known on application. r.! In the selling of meats; as'wsH Y'Ja
C other things It's the quality ot cw
TELEPHONE, 7ft. OFFICE: METROPOLIS_ BUILDING, meats that wins new friends and P*.
Twelfth Opposite the Court House irons very day. ji By the way,lave yo *
412 and 434 Strut W Watson Avlenue D ever.tried us on an or.lI'tor rout

t; ",' ,T TUESDAY' APRIL 24, 1906 JlJ ., : : ,,t' Western beef, We beef offer to the be baL best Florida and ..
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1 WILFULLY :MISLEADING CANDIDATES. .,,: \. B. Doanc Prop .y

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I One ot the most distasteful features of a political campaign 1* the elector '. :......
who has not the manhood or,honesty in his make up.to declare where be : t ;;{
,"stands and who are his choice for the offices! to be filled., ;) OurGrand Clearance Sale is Now f On itI
Many.a candldate-1ta.rbeen: led to political and' financial; ruin' throughthe :_
insincerity of pledges made him by electors and strange to say the I ; _
candidate who can be bamboozled In this manner is ever prevalent and and in keeping with our policy to carry no goods over from season to season we have cut the prices as ever before

the votes have been counted and he occupies a place la the email minority We want reduce.our, stock as quickly as possible, in order that) we can cut our insurance down ancjl also to make

:"dead sure".of.success .until,the cotes, have' been counted. and. he occupies. j some changes our store. | Last: week was a banner week with as. This week we want to make'a.better' and in
a place' In"the im all'mlnorit) and political obllvon. i order to do so the prices ate cut as below E
Right;now _-thefit',are-running' for office! in every 'county- .In.the, State I
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stand no chance whatever o: nomination and election, yet they are
i' men who ) Alfred Benjamin and Snellenberg suits. Goods known Th4 famous Paragon trousers, sold i in jail high-grade
:" *' .. being led and duped Into believing they are the,really;: strong .men,in the : !
contest and,cannot;:he defeated, by the voter, who promises.:with. ,all sincerity 'I: everywhere as perfect-in fit, workmanship t 14 QA sto es for 6.00. 7.00'and 8.00. our t4 95 i
/ nor only"4iis'vote': but his pollclcal support and.influence< when Inwardlyne and materials, 18.00. $20 and $25 suits for. PI price. . . .. I
knows be .will do nothing of the kind. If asked why be did it i 500 Fair of pants, we have been selling '

the answer-would Ukely be: "Ob, well I didn't want to tell I would not vote 40), 4.50 and five dollars for. . LJ3.45 ...
line of f men'oos business suits -the kind buy .
for him; I did It to get rid of him. He don't: stand a ghost of a show. I Big you The best .-0 and oo day
3 4 every pants
Now, why can not such men be as honest with the candidate as he isirlth elsewhere at tZ '16.00 and 17.00, 'ff : I $?95
II I QA forhardservlce..no\V. . .
the friend or.citizen'not seeking officeIt' would be far.morehon, our price. .. . .-.-. . .. ... .. . maj'
,- Intend to fulfill. Certainlythe BOYS KNEE PANTS
never
of a pledge they
than the'making
.orable a candid statementthat i 850 and 90 cent pants for . . . ; .6oc .
candidate would appreciate In,the end far greater .
,;: 'you can.not'.upport'him than one that )"ou.will and 'then betray It_ J A few men's suits, worth 9.00, 10.00 $6.90 i.ob, 1.10 and 1.25 cants for . .. ... .900 }

.;: Honesty can and will. In time, prevailIn politic The,candidates I and 12.oofor. ? . . :. . ._. .. . 1.50.. 1.25 and,2.00 pants for. .... '' .. . 1.25. ).
\. e 'expected to be honest and sincere In their promises and pledges but bow '.:

.tan they be when'the people who hold their fate, will not deal likewise' with 1 I Edwin Clapp and 'Dia WALK-OVCR and ACKARD Krippendorf ladies .sloes, a fine assortment :,

them.Dot j -. '- -.: SHOES] in broken_ sues and widths. ;,
promise a candidate yon will support him.when you will not but mood brand shoesEdwin ,
;; Shoes worth
J ,
3.00 4.00
such promise live to it have no more right or occasion Walk-Over and oo shoes. $2.45
If yon make a up ; yon 1.50 4 '
and for .-. :. ..
. .
.to lie to the candidate'than you have in the ordinary business transaction: i Clapp. 6.60 and 7 oo shoes. Packard and Keith s 3 SO and $4. 5.00 { ...
Be honest, be fair, be Just and remember there Ire few exceptions' ;,hen'ltI the absolute bot'shoe on tCO Big line of these to 3joo' '

not-pay to'-UU the troth.. 9 earth. "a few: pair to. close..MM' .v s at. . . .. ,g1. t2.95. A, big' line of ,2.S0 $ a Q .9 5
- Y i arid 3.50 shoes ,
a )f THE DIVORCE DECISION. : Diamond'liraiui J 5 no shoes C7 :4 FJ 50 or more pairtifz o $195 -- .- .fr.t.t

;your choice".for. ?'. .. -,4'y.T'v 'a id 3.oo shoes for., (.' ,'_" ;.i\R white ;shoes .at.big reductions .:
The decision' o: the Supreme:Court of. the United States;;which was : :
.
,
.,handed down'a few days-ago Is of general interest, not only because of the t ; 'l
effect"that'It has upon divorces:which have'-already been'granted, bat' De- MensShirts: Trunks and "suitcases Me Hats
: s .
cans* of the effect it will have in the future.: .The court decided,that'aTalld .. ?
not be obtained 'unless";the,':defendant to the easels'. a John B.- Stetson' and Knox ,
divorce
can, '100 men's fine shirts In as 't ,
.the divorce, unless J' I' 5 slid 6' oUir.- hats ;
person within the Jurisdiction of the court granting or, sorted Man- 4 35
the offense'for.which the divorce'is granted was committed'within the Jurisdiction patterns, mostly -- to 'close at.Young .. . -.'
coUlL' hattens and Royal Palm, are .' 1:0.00 trunks lad nit cues for tlSJI t J.
of the
'wife worth 2.00 and 2-Q f AA $18.00 trunks and nit eases for HIM : Bros 3.00 and 3.50
That is to say; if a man should abandon his and live with another I I..45' '
'. .. .'.. : 12.00 trunks'and sultana for $.CO felt hats this sale
at
woman In another State; that the wife could not obtain divorce from hint Closing price' ; .. I' < \ 2 85,
.on' the charge of adultery fr iD1 court Ip the State In-which she resides. 110.00 trunks and salt eases' for $741 for. :: :.. t. . -
abandonmentbut :Big Une.(of'Majestic Shirts,, 11.00 trunks,and nit cues for)$.40 :
obtain divorce'on the grounds of If ahead .
a
She might
not' "statutory- ''to close but I 'ft 15.00 trunks and nit cases for' fill An straw, hats'at.at. (.
not have a case. there she could obtain oa on grounds I .
from a court in' her own State.' 0: course this'Is-'an'exaggerated case, .'. ;! _' .'. .I. v" 13.10_trunks and nit cases.for $240 2O per cent discouat''Sc.r

and: hardly likely'_to occur, bu.tIt_ 'goes''to shoji_the effect"of the'decision.n -t

The purpose.of the decision'is to prevent a-man 'or' .woman from taking(-up ven Elastic.Seam Drawers,_ worth 750 for. ..60c The famous Dayton'Railroad; shoe, worth 13,at $2.45

i, nominal serving notice residence upon in the a,'person st te'.nd from.obtaining'''hom'thi a'divorce divorce is in'obtained.-that State ,without'large Only.three of the"abov+e'to:; one customer 'Railroad .Overalls. o worth 750 at, '. ._-. .u|, ,. i. .'. .60cAt :

l number of such divorces,have'been granted in South, Dakota in the. past

several years.,, above prices cash and cash only I. j ;
goes
_" s The decision not only: nullifies all of these divorces, but nullifies- the'sutv\
_0 aequent marriages. of these parties and makes Illegitimate children ot "
such marriages In any case,'ho..ever. -process'[ w;.'a rvtd on the .
:- defendant In such a divorce case, the.divorce Is'b ld.to'b Valid. And
unless, a;divorce which'Is held)lo be-Invalid under'this' ruling:.of;Supreme Romfh
Court,,is attacked d by:the defendant- the divorce still 'stands'as valid, as no The Anthony= ornriany
": One else'would:have the right to attack it. So that It. wW take" the consent .

t of ,the defendant'to,the" divorce to nullify the.dlvorcetonullify, the ;;
>'-. subsequent,marriage and to,make illegitimate the chllJren'of such'n marrlaCe. '.

'-, ., ,- 228-230 TWELFTH STREET : I : ; MIAMI! FLORIDA
', while decision could bare !
U will be seen., therefore, that the a very
,: 'farre: ebing'effecC.that It Is not' very likely *bitat"will'have'but 1t will, SBtSitL,, : d --: sstn 1t3S3t.dt .: ,
In Ihe"tutareS prevent the' loosening of the'marriage.bonds by;.such easy :) [.
"
methods:a..have'been' practiced inthe] past "' ":

, : It'Is to',ba \hoptd, that the decision will have tbe'effectof Imaging I'] : ( ; Contractors
k uniform'divorce-laws- ;\ In all the- '.States.A' /Vi'!( / '.. :7Yarb! ii o ugh' AND Property Owner


merchant, who dreads-'aspell.of" "bad weather (and' aJrertleeg Inthe.llgbt I P Ccriti actor Mid Builder If you don't want to SAVE: MONEY
;
of such dread,many expect his'mood.to influence his patrons.
'. I 1 we can't help you. If. you dd. come to ,
j Builder of the Palm Beach dote!
The good people of Miami are responding nobly to the call for aid for : l.
j ... .
:
the California earthquake and fire sufferers.: No one knows the day or hour the J. A. McDonald
: Co.
.that suffering win come to them.Ours may:come n st.. The .wor1J.would 1 House Moving ,a ,Specialty _
open their hearts'and purses to-us., :Open-yours. now/to those. that,are.In '
'need"andtpaln.. ..:; i Kit :- -- Miami_ ; Florida. : and bay your bnildingmaierlalJ Lougteal ..


might be_ quite :dignified' for 'a;newsp per'to"simply state that a' ,t --- Yellow Pine and Cypress ofj all kinds ,"
great-.disaster: had'taken.place-but.the people'. would 'want"detan'.,; ".. So .
It'mignt be 'quite dignified'for'a store to''"simply announce's'' great'"annualsale" Wm. Gurry's Sons We also sell Lime Brick (4 kinds), dement, ,Sash Doors tMouldings
=;; but,the people would itlll want all of the details ,Thesncceufuladvertiser : ; I and whatever else a builder requires '

leaves no details"untold.; <-.' .j Ka"'West"F1or.d" at lowest possible figure. : .,

Mr. William Allen White. -says: ("Any reasonably.honest man'with, two'. i c..tEADOUAATERBFOR You Know where we are :I4th Street. Miami. FloridaChase

good legSr:.and. who can write his_,namewlthont, "-wriggling.blettoes, ,eouLlnuke [i t iI j Ship, Chandlery Building r ri j I _
,
a., good Congressman, ; It is a n cessenger's boy's Job." That's all It
.
amounts to,with- some..Congressmen.: But.there are- othersConjressmank., !;: I Materials Of All I 'Kiuds.j j
Trunk dark and Steve Bparkmalt of Florida for Instance. \ -' Chas
1, --. I l.oalall4. Ice', Steam marine- Rall.a,.. .n' bIDIIJ Sttap"'.horti i }\\ & 4 &: HiIl'OOY
October Boston'. %
C1I1caao'great fire occulTed. 8-11 1871. great fire lFire
All kind ot repairing Boiler' and Meam .... done
Fitting cn *t i .
November The
Johnstown flood
occurred I, 1872. came May,3118S9.Th4Galveston : : |
.
shortest notice in the bestpotsible manner hr cxprrt .1"IeCl: rach_ni :SUCCESSORS TO t.
-tornado occurred September.8. ,,1SOO'! Martinique was'destroyedby t '
volcanic eruption In 1902.The Jacksonville fire.occurred May 3, 1901: CHASE '& BARNEY, Inc. II
{ and the Baltimore 'fire occurredJa 1904. The'property;losses by"fire InUOl I : W. "
? amounted 130.1OOG-tbe'largest, in the history of,'tho! ""Coital.. J. Brown FRUIT AND AcdenttudTornado !.

States since S6.'The- fire 1 losses'In,the United States'during the-last thlr: {; : VEGETABLEPACKERS

'ty years. aggregate" $3,675,083,000., ,. .
x
', The following from ,the t Times-Union Is reproduced'wtthoat'comment js ; I Cash Dealers In
'.W ,resret to note that ,they_are betting on the election"down 'ln''_ 1UamIi, Sanitary Ins I
That city.will become as demoralized as New York" or:.Philadelphia'! or,ChI ; prate range ;
,;o-ii wi ,thing 'continues. "What does, a :.bet;''prove, inhowbut: .tnat. '
the man who lays the'wager -Is excited'' orris cocksure. ? The'Magic City Plumber i Material FIDELITY'
.can never be a model clV.if-*does'_not disapprove:of this! practkeof'trv' : I BONDS- .
h lug to* .booat' a candidate chances by showing bow.much;money one ii-; Packing ul Vuelioiise '
willing to risk upon them Big bets have often'proved,a boomerang.: Kec| 1 'J Eist End Iknil Blur Dock. OLDEST AGENCY INPAG' MIAMI ;
loot 0", Miamfanst" 1019 Ave. D, Miani i I '
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THE DAILY. MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY APRIL 24. 1KX ,

1 rAua TKKKa j
FAR Tax Collector '
.. "
ill
< .. .
the -
To Voters of Dade County: -
I hereby announce myself as % ear ... -,
Political dldate for rsnomla t'oa'to he office ,- ..., .

eproressiogs.' of County :Tax:Col ctor subject to ;\ .y'7.' ..... J 10 '- :, ,. t<
the action of the r aocrattc Primary. i.' I
AnnouncementsAaaoa to be hell t May 15.IWX. : .

ffi' COMMISSIONER T. N. Oaatler,- I IF YOU; BUY HERE t. : : : "j

COUNTY '
FOR '\; ; t b I
jiH u
cadet
this heading '
counu: feFlrst District' r .
'etttorson.ATTORNEYS: do : .. wUl be owned until\aftertbe Democratic "YOURl :
Primarie In the\I>ailj )MetropoII. I respectfully\ announce myself asa ; J
AT' LAW.teWar.ea..leaneo.rte,3t. for!10.00: Weekly. Metropolis. tS.00: candidate 5 for the office of county SAFE! -
or ia both the 1>,,1:, aaoVA'Mklj' Metrooalii .-. .
? commissioner
..taer.deeof :. lor .t0.d1.Pb.ltlvely.oaueos.ce. \ for. the First-District.
eUllMUltMfer naata1llll1114 perflit. eat.-iII subject to the' action of the Democrat- I 1 "
t.Al4 Tttl.aj belanerud aakH accompiake&br tbca Ic primary,af May 15. -
j ;J.hcM Miami. Pia.' h. \ i 1 1 Harry DuBols., s Its a great IJea-w en a merchant asks ten dollars for a suit-the b iyer
\ Jupiter, JFJa. 'offers six and the IT ercbant: .takes hlmup'. The question Is, what boahe"
E get? If the means the -,mercblDt. he gets the' ] ,
a.H. SETMOCR H. V, ATKIXSOS:
.
\ FOR COUNTY, COMMISSIONER V dollars: and his lclon for nerm re.' If the' "he" Is :
.
For RepresentativeI
.Seymour & Atkinson t I hereby announce my candidacy, _|.Scond, Dlitrlct'TO ; ,' .I lhe" man.f'Ix'
the Democratic Voters Dade
and i of 1
Attorneys for the position of Representative.rom '
Counselors At Law Dade County.- To TOO I submit [\County:p !
) LQ. question of my qualifications i I, herebrinnonnce myself u a candidate He
1 cUl atttmtkw to riril practice la an ctmrn, to representyoo In that capacity. U forfjhe office of County' Commissioner )
Stau aft FederalRooms 1 nominated at the Democratic primaryand [ fjtrom tile Second Districtof GetsLefj'

5, 6,7, Frissell Bldy,Miami: elected at the general election I ,. Dade bounty, subject to the will

1 shall devote my best efforts to your of the Democratic: voters u expressedat 1.
I service and the welfare and up-lnl114- the coming primaries.
a. A. Worley lag of Dade county shall receive my : jfk Paul C. Jones.. If that merchant tad, 1 J
earnest consideration.Respectfully.. e West Pate Beacb Fla. why did he not name the lowest price at once! Is that merchants reliable -. ?
Attorney at Law ,. 1=1 ? Can you afford to risk his Judgment He certainly takes quite 't
J., W. Watson. FOR COUNTY: ; COMMISSIONER a load on his shoulders. when he attempts to carry trade that (way.- .
i O" Twelfth Si Miami.. Florida t fig-j First District We guarantee that]you will pay here fully as much as your neighbor !

.For Representative I hereby.announce myself as a candidate and Just as surely|10ul1 pay Just as little. We further guarantee you {F
for the office ofcounty commissioner your money on demand It your purchase Is unsatisfactory when yon get
Geo. M. RObbinS To the People of Dade County: from the First District of Dade home : J

1 TttuevtUo.Fla. At the request of friends, aDd with county &Ject to the decision of.t>> ..
a desire to serve yon la the State Legislature TmocraUc '
s coming primaries.Chan 'i
Attorney and Counselor ,: I announce: myself a. candidate fes;: W. McPbersoo.
At Law11m for this office subject to the Democratic Stuart, JRa.
primary to be held la May., \ lflJll p If herte
practice U an Couta, SUM and V4wi [ buy
I respectfully solicit the support ct FOR COUNTY you }
c the people o; Dade county' sod. If fe Ifs ,
elected I will faithfully aDd Impartially Fifth ::
Hudson & : COMIUIIION\'j
Boggs discharge the duties ot the office I hereby elsewhere

and will do all In my power for your renomtnatioB to. You are safe 1
Law
Attorney: at best Interest and welfare. I trust to Commissioner, .
(
have the pleasure of meeting the rot- of the Democratic prlDatf.aDd so UO" D' '
: Miami Florida
I
Toiroley
Building:, ers at an.early date and discuss an licit the{.support of my Democratic II \

public questions and define fully my friends ilm lets TnJtte If you are l taterntt h a sew salt we will show yes'I itor haodsoati be {
T. position In reference thereto. E. O. TweedelL
p 8XA80S. M. D, t
1 recognize the fact that a public J. :
USee efts ace Claw n-, office Is a public trust, and should FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER .' ) 12' O
a.uSG StTMt, yon honor me with your .vote, I will M District No. S 1 i .' $8.5Jr ,. $18. :
the Vg6rs .
eortarae. C highly appreciate your confidence and To of Dade County: !
r- MAIL t ; FLOBIDA: will be loyal to your interest I hereby!announce myself as a canj j
:, -, Respectfully dldate tot: ftnOmlDatiOD to the office j'! If you 'pay elsewhere, iJ '/l'gd'; LESS; TaJue: ,:I
of County Commissioner In District J 'rss
G. A. ;
J. M. JACISOH a., Worley.For r
DL No. 3. subject to the action of'the -" r

orncxBISCATNE Clerk.f the Circuit Court'' .1 primary election to be .

i10TaL BLOCK:,A va. D.XIAKL Believing that my.services for the]I Demoer&i'15th. 11106.T. A. Wlnfleld.COMMISSIONER i I '" ,'t' ,.-,
I'LOBID.L" past five years,u Chief Deputy In the J
t. office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
qualifies> me for the position I herewith FOR
J District No. ITo '
W. BRUSH respectfully announce my candidacy the ;Democratic Voters of. Dade ltes
;JQR. -q.
for Clerk of the Circuit Court. County W. Rl1
subject to the approval : the Democratic
o '
: Offioe"nr-lfth: street; 'Phone (I. prlmtry. I take' 'dhts method announcing t *

;J f.Besldsn3e,g0g m St.J my candidacy for the office of county ,r
a. a ntu.. .
1. 1UAMI.TH.J.H.F. ;; commit slober from District No. 8, sub j Jectto the action of the Democratic '
For County Cleric primary;'pn account.of being engaged Clothier anc Men's Furnisher
: To. 'the Democrats of Dade County:', In refutable growing It will be Impossible ,
:: Mullett M. P. I take this method of announcing for me to.make a. personal 'itDonTfprget
.
,
t : my candidacy for the office of Count i. canvass 0f'the county, my crop demanding :
':Office:Booms S and.4't derkv*object to the action of the |my attention Just; at this the Number t 322, Twelfth Street Miami Florida

j! rriseell Building .. ,. Democratic primary and wm appreciate time. This being the case I earnestlyurge I ,
Hoars 10 a.m. to 12 m. S to I p. a. any, support that, my Meads, an.arty friends to Jo what they iii t
\ 1 BestdenoeSloArenneC can 111'- m.. Respectfully, can In my behalf., R.'U Wait -
,
.
Z. T. Iferrttt '
FOR['COUNTY COMMISSIONER
3j '
FRED BUTTER tat. Lan
For County Clerk' WMI Y.NY. % _
Mr. Ilk Mnnroe/ Cocoanut Grove i
(Q.nnl Contractor -.' With& fun apprec1&t1oa. of the high having been' unanimously nominated : J'/

vJ M* ;, f g. .Grading.,:. ?' i ,; honors performance asked for of and duties promising If elected.faithful I for;count, commissioner' :by a mu'lmeetID1 : :
T Blasting; f citizens, we 'hereby announce WILSON
hare the honor to announce myself a .' &flUDDLESTONREAL
yule candidacy subject,to tae
,WUeDrllId. Sidewalk candidate for the office of Clerk of the
action cS; the Democratic primary. Mr. ,. ,
; Circuit Court of Dade County,and Uk! '

W:. C. l aMaynard,' 15th.for your_ rote la the, fj.primary J-.Jaadon.of Kay county 1Iunroe;tor has. more been than a resident t1l'eDt.JUrI of Dade, ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1

during Which time he has shown an .
ORADUATZOPTICIANWith unflagging zeal In the cause of good I J

Maynard Son. J..I.... .*, take.. For WI'County method Cleric of'"announcing roads lad has steadfastly promoted firm of Beck. ,Wilson & Hud leston having been; dissolved bymutual con-
every Worthy Interest of. our great THE
AVOTMD lUxt to ro. Ofic myself'u''a candidate; tor the omce county.. Therefore we ask for him is therefore-jjo more. We will continue the business of real estate insur-

< subject of Clerk to!of the Court action: for of the Dade Democratic'County,i the healer support of all good citizens siirance, etc. i in the Hltchett building, rooms 10, II, 12 at head of stairs. We

GEO., L. MCDONALD' primary, F. ,W. Hahs at ,the(Signed coming) primary W. J. Shone. will be glad to list any properties ypu may have for sale. If you-wish'tp buy we

p .Cho b u i B., 8.: Potter* have some of the best propertiesin the city on our list and believe we caft interest

.uvqru' *..* ..wtri41q Lu4a a .,.ciaJtjXXXA3TCT For'Cleric of the Circuit CounT I 'Geo. .Richardson, )'ou.Ve_ handle all kinds of real estate, i improved and unimproved,-city, and
the Democratic'Voters 'of''Dado: Committee.
< OROTX. FLA .
County: -- E country. We invite you to call andi talk it over :: WILSON Hu .JDLESTON

I hereby present my< name.to:the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER'
17ALTER C. Di .A1WO 'Second I ,
rotors In the coming Democratic primary District ___ '
i7s candidate: for, clerk of.the i To the'toter; of Dade County: -

; .a.rOh2ceoc. circuit court tor Dade coonty. I hereby announce myself as t candidate -
Baring resided here for twenty-fir far nomination to the office of constable tor the Tenth 'district, subject
years I Davits Inquiry and lavestlga- county :Commissioner la District No. 3. 'to the action of the Democrat.
..- 1210 Are. C Miami. J'aTaeChapmantiouse! tics of those who do not know me per* subject. the action of the Democratic ic Primary election to be held Hay

sonany as to my reputation as a ett- Primary, Election to, be held Kay 15th. 1XX., ,
.,. lien my r* old as an official U years' 15th.l;; OI ; Geo. B.. Baker SAMUEL ROUNDTREB.
xast and my.fitness ana competency '-
for the office to which I aspire.' FORg-COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR CONSTABLE ]
.. P. W. CHAPMAN. Prop. It elected I promise fair aDd courteous fy District No. 4 Tenth District

.-'., 0.Raw..SUI,aMBn yr CUM ails. aoeta .. Pal* BMck. Btk* lands of .varyn connected with to plac his name before the.rotors for'the office of Constable bAthe
-:, .t.at......Est... wtettr Oe.M nrdM Oaula*..Tsoitfc... tile. i pI Hoey_..\. the office. of Dads County for the once of County Tenth Justice District of Dads :
'
.. iii- ...tims-.SaUaff. aa4 OOM MtI q. : Soliciting the support'of'.ysi voter Commissioner subject to the action county subject to the Democratic primary
Delrq. Florida who considers me competent and cap of thi''Democratic primary election and ask the support of an my
able. I am respectfully, to. be aeld May 11, 1MM. friends. Respectfully. !
; ,. ,' Eugene H. Dlmlck..' Job F. DoBerry.
A.'W. Graham, West Palm Beach. F1L', 'FO .COUNTY COMMISSIONER'

Contractor and W District No. 4, FOR CONSTABLE
Builder
For County TreasurerTo :The pleads of 1: J. Holly announce Tenth District I
Satisfaction the Voters of Dade County: him ate) candidate for
-: County Comml I hereby announce myself as a candidate -
Guaranteed. I hereby announce myself as a candidate slon rila; District No. 4. subject for the .oftlce of constable of
bt.eaaiea,..,ts.raaads.wyo.u- for renomlnattoa to the offlc to the,tctloa of ,.the Democratic Primary the ''Tenth Justice District of Dado
Ta MW tual e4. 8M4 ".,.w". I of county: Treasurer" subject to the m .
U call*a4_rocs. r.O.bos* 4. MlaaOJta. county, subject to the will of the Democratic
action of ,the. Democratic 'Primary ( ,
voters, at tbe coming primary
election to be held May:Itth.-IK*. 'FOR '
,
COUNTY:: COMMISSIONER. election. W. H. Morris.
'" .
Expert C. H. --. PSecond District
Typewriter M1tm1. Fla .Friends of WIllIam Helm, announce 'FOR CONSTABLE !

his ca 4.ldaC for county commissioner Tenth District I _

f' ReoairinciV. 'Far.. a_wit._n..,,T'msra._ ___._. from tM Second district, subject to the I hereby announce myself a candidate J .

4 C. PRESTON To the Voters of Dade County: actlon.M the Democratic primaries.Mr. I for the office of constable In the .-
1
> Baring been Identified WIth Dade ; lijelm Is a successful. business Tenth Justice District subject to the : 1 r
z. 3049thj5t P..O. Box. 311, county since "1895 being done the mID/ '#thulIa.tfo for; good roads, a Democratic Primary to be held May ,, ad ftDtr 7N Ilan
very-best I'knew how-as an tadlrld- ant- laal dm'ngtneerr and; well 15th., '1906._ .. take a laic it
real citizen to,make It'a prospc-oos equipped to ail the omce.1; / Pierre S. Titus. .
Emil ... ;
A. Ehmann : county; hating Ured ,at.. bopi'end IFOR _.. r Domt tec"
of the county, ,and baring filled a TAX ASSESSORTo J
FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
Architect public office 10"that{the people m..t ttfej Democratic Voters of Dade I I I ,
f. know whether I do 1 County: I LL" BRO
,I .so coasdenUoosy. : The friends ef J. R. Anthony Sr, ; '
jl be
wilt<< a candidate for re-nomina
West Palm Beach, Florida 1 I now offer myself ss a candidate tion hereby present his as a candidate !i
name *
I for the ..alee'of .County -Treasurersubject" for tht/offlee at the coming of Tax Democratic: Assessor primary and re- : for member o' the Board of Pub i!;! ( smart TaDodac}:. '
Biscayue
to the Democratic Bloek
primary. lic'.Instruction the
second! district ,

spectfnQy solicit
Me ritt' & Kolb 1 need every rote that I can get and ti your Geo.support O. Butler. of Dade county subject to the '
t ,, trust that my friends whether In the
action of the Ikmocratlc primaries.
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Real Estate, Rentals; etc. city..or.,country wm Dot forget ,men 'r"FOR CONSTABLE '' Loan
the day of the primary In return f' Tenth District FOR MEMBER COUNTY ,] I'{ 0

Estates Managed fOr' which ,I promise, If elected, to .I hereby announce myself as a candidate BOARD; OF EDUCATION j:
Are.' C. near 12th St.' Miami. Fla.- perform the duties of' the office withas Uor! the office of Constable In

much courtesy; accuracy > I Tent lDlltrlct of Dade county subject To the People of Dale County: B*
DR. E. M. LAW promptness as I ciTe to Try prime to] the Democratic primary and Urgent request for use of my name ,
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uslnets. c !o., a, Cnrrie., ask Ute,support of an my friends. at the coming Democratic Primary ( Long 'Time

For Tax Collector.I Respectfully, as candidate for membership' In the :
DENTIST W J. Wilson county board of public Instruction i;i ; < '
hereby announce myself as a"can I finds me not well equipped either
Office orerScwell's. Shoe Store Mate! for the office of tax collector as j' I
FOR CONSTABLE partisan or as otllce-eeeker. But It Isj j
Arttitto Work Thoroughly: of Dade county subject to the action
of the Democratic .. Tenth District true that I bare bad some experience I;I '
Ext' utd primary. 1 tjute: this method of announcing a.s an educator; and If, as such, the 3 Co.Irf'
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With Most Mod.rn Thomas
Appliance J.
Hardee.
mysetj' a candidate for the office of people want my service In the modest;: .








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\;: The First Report of National the Condition of Bank : f( Town Topics JMartin' WELLS &, GRAVESAre "

L prepared to execute
at iliaml. in the State of Florida.at I order in their ;;
at the close of b..iaessAptll, s 1W I

t, RESOURCES

i t' 1 aa..ed disroeaL."..aucarad-...... ..... S2L65 33 X* tooting gallery 'Is offeringa ON Another Tarpon CruiseGen. illinery Departme
and.
Overdraft Mcvrcd --- -
: U.s. Boada to sent circalatwaPraiaMcD HMMOOO caahAprize $3 for:the' highest W. B. Shattnc, who returneda I 1
r:. '. U.8. Bead*.--_-= -- 3000.00 this week.Brosr ., few days ago from a most succes- Designers of the latest Spring'st.1lro'bat
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____ 3T.7S5.703X000.00 score
(- Boada Baakmghoose.furnitureaedettare.-,accamwa, ew.--- .....-.,_. *3j _____ ful cruise and tarpon fishing expe in silk dark straw and lightweight .
r: DM from National .k.aotrr.eneagenta2K5.10( wants to list your property lion at Indian Key aboard hit yacht materials.LadiesTailoring .
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f'; Dee from StataBa.kaaR4 Bankers.Lr.___ M.V1.44 fcvj" Buckeye:went out again this morningand i -
"",' Cbecka Dose from and approved other cull reserve l...unNoteofohtr agesta--______. mP7a1 expects to break his former record '
,,! National .Bank..---. ..-.taD.OO_-.... Ml.OOFractional Bert|3.+cGlrt won the prize a man for large and quick catches of Department-
and '
\'t I awfpl BIOOT paper rm csrrencr.ckle rT* IB Bank-* __ 33.UCO.OOiWO.00 '. dolin. al/Martin's shooting gallery last these game monsters. He will tw
{;.' Redemption load with U. S.Trea.urerSw percent week Baking! a score of 75 out of apoSSlb away two,or three weeks. .
.. of circab.ti s---------- For street; and evening cotumt .
r. i. ,Totatk .....--;- ......... .-__-$.'..!. .+I 5'H' waists carriage tailor and coat "
gowns
Lost -Receipt hood of the Cable:
LIABILITIES Bemis, of Hotel ,
t manager 'I
Leave at the Miami Furni
,, Company.
... ..._____' 50.000,00Undivided Con tin al.it' t'sntlc &?aca, and as 232 Twelfth Street Miami
1.", Capital Mock: paid I la.Sarnla : ture Company.
t' *Inod-..___..___.__.__. \11OfoO\ ner\IIII.aua.cr_ of the F. E. :
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$' profit*,U.expenm .andtutspaid.4Stk.39. :-- C. iv Hotel System, is in the
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National Bank Note.at.ta.dla,* --v--ii- Don't miss the concert at the Fair II
t! I>.etoStat.ha.k. and Baakers.--r, e.744- city today on business.Doti '
,: sabjsatWdectt..__},34.esd05 Building tonight. Miss Yarborough, I. \
I t: 11' l.divid.akld84ait.*of depositlws: :'. t, :,471.1t .f w V' t' ,\ m Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bush j ......
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Ceetnedbeck.* +- tWle.0.R 2' '" |8ulss the concert at the Fair Mr. ,V. C. DeGarmo. -
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I': i;.. C..hie".cbeckaIataa4i.T ta1---_..;:!.. ----.---. ..""' .ll')l.+I ftStauol Buinins;i tonight Miss Yarborough,
; Mr. anll; lrs. Franklin Coleman Bush residence,
Fine cool summer good I
Florida Coonty of Dade,u: 4 .
;;--- and MW. C DeGarmo. W. W. Dill, 620 Sthiingor
location. Apply
.._ LTdvard&Romfn. Cashier ot the above named bank .f. taut
j": do..._. ,.swat that Ike atooiectatemeat ii, tax to the beat'-, Avenue B.
t.: of .7 --..J l sad belief.. >_V t 11 > :{ ". t 1'i kr Mr. pad Mrs. Henry Belknap. and
EDWARD C. ROMFH'Caehler son, nho have spent the winter here Keep tg Police Busy
aboard *)her! steam yacht Magnolia,
;i: p' Correct aUNt: SHJLXAHAS..EDWIN WADDELL. have gone to St Augustine and will A gang of one hundred or more laborers
Men Suits their 'Real 1
}J. -.H.SPITZEK. Director make 144 1 stay of some length there pcratlons from came the railroad up to the extension city last op- s at 3-4th Value

; 8nb" nbed aad non to befor me till.;iOtb Way. (If I I before proceeding to New York for the night many of them going north.whlle
C Frederick H.Band.\r xotaq' :P.blic.tevnmmiulosapmSapt.elert.
'April iQ. lummet!
the others are still here, rending
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., :\ Store dour their money for "booze" and In other I
pianos or rnrnlttnre at vices. As a result o: this celebration
dry
;- the Miami Furniture Company's stor the police have been active all dayand Ypu may safely I figure. .on savingat .
age, 3lt and 31. Twelfth. street.Inspection ,
Hotel de Hardee has a number of new
I' guests. Jude Sanders will determine I ; I least ,one-fourth on. the following
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Postponed
the length of their visit tomor-- E
By odder of Adjutant General J. C. row morning.Typewriting.. for this
specials
.. R., Foster< the annual Inspection ot week
, Company L. Miami Rifles F. S. T.,
I done at the Metropolis

: :: '; scheduled 26th. hits been for Thursday postponed evening until Saturday the office at reasonable. rates. Light Cassimere suits, done Finest Blue. Seryi Suits, SA-

efroing April 28.R.pilrlHg .. -- ble breasted mOo Ontin lined,lone,
BROSSICft. means REAL ISTATt deli a1.... ........$7. at:.:.....f.$13.00

1! ) The fhousebott Houseboat yacht Limit Limit owned \ecrt: of Bad ConductA LIJbt Cas,irrere: snsine '
Grey Flannel Suits
1 : : by MrW. J. Mathewson. wu brought, report was brought to the Metrop gl breasted mOo C7 HA hatf.hDed aT..*., $9.00
JI up froth, Cocoanut Grove Ute morningand tons ogee yesterday aftel'Doonthat del"kt . ,...::. PI.UVBLUp ',

wilt,be hauled out on the ways of one J. S. Barno a contractor erectstug SERGE Snits
the.MUml Boat Work for extensive a house for Mrs. Wre n, a widow, Unlined Worsted
single 00
I'R i a :g :,n of breasted models, snits ......$5.
reptlr 4 0'Xo.:1% Avenue C, has Jumped his $ at'j")
hills: just at | ...... ..... ... ,
more goes contract, failed to pay off. the help Slash
*; :is safer and more easily ,BROMIEJt ......,Mr tarsi.ea. on the house and left the city; also blar 'Wonted Snits in Black Thibet Salt
*comfortable and;costs' that the mechanics refused to finish all satin lined at:., .$16.00Vests (

: that sell for docble or tre-'' np the work until the wages due them styles. .. .... ..... $9.00 !' .. .
I REO book that tell.._,! 1' CauphITarpon by Ba-co had been paid. This Urs.Yenn : ; :
f 'It Is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Linen. Coats and to
\\ did,though the conduct of Bar- ,
att.
8; ',VSB VIeek. aboard their :yacht close them'ont
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no and.the- extra expense taxed on .tleut.I W .| CL!.50
Ndrla}'i nd fishing np the bay'for tar- her-by'having to pay off his labor, fl :. 11 t"'t. ."" ..

xm, Ute landed a one hundred pound (leaves her,quite a task incompletingthe ,-,=. .
rnobiie Co >eauty7,|' Tarpon:flshIag"'In the" bay house vh rmeans, :being limited. t ... "' .. f.
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Postof clefs.** -, prospects. season are than that ever'many) before o* the and long the ,EROIIN. means iaie 1n.eea.efNeRevival M1an1T-IotIiin;i : ;1' Co, t

trips 4own.the roast after'these fish -
t. I will w3 abandoned'in the future for services at the First II. ,

1y rlj the shorter' cne. E. Church tonight :1306 Avenue, D Miami,t Florida

;' : tenement Human Blood Marks
j Fln 12th street and
on
A tale of horror was told by marksof
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the Boulevard, partly furnished at
Reduction human blood in the home of J. W. .
f.Great reasonable price. J. X. Chamberlain n
: William, a well known merchant of
109 Twelfth street---.:- 1 1Prize r'''I' Bac, KT He writes: ."Twenty :years .I HELD .UP i i.I JFOR AN'
1< aGo 1 had severe hemorrhages of the
:for"Baseball EXAMPLE
i lungs, and was near death when I be-
1 In Gents' Summer' Clothing d:'Shoes Mr.%i Hubbard Cheatham. the well :!Iran taking Dr: King's New Discovery.t almost earrl4. '
ltnowl'lnE'rcbant. tailor and gents' nrnlsher cures hemorrhages, chronic coughs, any : or wagon ever
"{;belng,an enthusiastic baseball : submitted to our attention will stow
i settled( colds and bronchitis, and Is
j and Ladies Skirts_ GOING AT COST, artmlrff, and appreciating the fact that :, the only known, cure :or weak lungs. d ;r our skill ,In hp I ring., N. matte.
Mlamj beter team now than .
;pias; a '
!Srpry: bottle guaranteed by all druggists how much out pf >rder your vshtelsbe '
ever fore, will offer as a prize 'a '' -
$ '
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50c lot SI Trial botle free.
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'hettit; all around 'playtngenstheteam. : "
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ST. This prove an _
new purchases.
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FRED.' E. RANK.fl .
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-- '\YaatftlClean cotton raga; at this.Jime '' .
k' "C1 J rBOX 572 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

,," It 423 Eleventh Street. Miami. Pis
;:.Gordon Bennett Coming I
G. M. DYKES -. "
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.CapJ\Y.. Mcintyre of this city ,, ..
', has received a cable from Havana that
? ; \ ,-" ", the palatial steam yacht Lizzie Strode 33fTenth'Street ;
::' ;' : X,. ':' dard jiwned by James Gorton Bennett All kinds Black smUhmq ...d Repair M17; TransferCompany
t. .,,: ,. is ncit'n;:; route up the coast and that W Bu'H
1 Mr.; Bennett and party- will stop here rV. Wagons lo Order
t.K for e ibort fcblns sod cruliluj trip
HORSESHOEING A SeclaltV.Burkh"ztrt .
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i was Requested to-provide an anchorage
Kr the yacht In the lower bay '
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and Wt secure a smaller boat to bring
1 the pbfty to the city, the yacht beingof 229 2th- street, Phone 1'0.157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110
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Gare and Stables llth street, near Ave. E 'hone ho.100
such, heavy draft that she can not LOCK AND GUNSMITH ,_
comeHUp the bay. The Jupiter Capt.
Enoch-Rcss. was engaged to meet the
Expert. RepairingAvenue Horses and
partnnd she is being held In readiness Carriages
\jifor that purpose. C between 12th and 13th St. ,

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: : =1 for lire br the hour. day. week'or m nth>: 'At tomobile stor

$. 2 5 0and ,$2.50'I 1 Irs and supplies.. Agents for toe fam ns FORD au

Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities,
tOo/bik. heavy freight. Omnibus meets everv train. Bag-
/ ALL orders receive PROMPT Attention
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Thursday,. April 26 I


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.- :5 cents I CL I AND HorseShoeing DISEASED *HOOFS .SEE .1


: ': od 1 of soft [LaFontisee 70 7th St
Besides this patent Gibton'te e'have'n: IL- F. J

Slack,kid and gnm metal, in, ,rariety: of shapes and designs ,Butter .28
i"hey are here in all shape and leathers_at $2 50 and $3.) ,

: I :Good. Fresh Eggs 20c I'i I Dade. Go. Title Insurance

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'Jl' MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED .

( fi1 ( Paid Up Capital $75,000. Surplus.'$12.0CO
Magnolia Grocery t: .Company :
} IL8urc& land titles, prepares abstractsvf. title: loans and

.Telephone 8 4.,, ;;Corner Sice fine t) anal 4th Sirrrt.I ii ivests money on its own account an-1 for otht M. Act as t
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\ I agent, attornev-in-fact, troteif, a -i r C', iveq or guardian. Address all communications:: to'

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: the Quality and{ I' It Is the quality and

Price that make, Everything t' For The Hbuse( the price thai make'


.goods .popular .f ,! "i tit ftto J iula
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h I! ::: Furniture, Carpets, Rugs,_ Mattings,, Kitchen Utensils > :


tH of every description

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iiPrank.: T. :fudge 12th.: Street, J.Mi:: F 1 orid.a.

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Most -Dfflos'Phon.36'C fti fl/e/| KING 1-- :Ph_.08' I .

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Undertaker and Cmbalmer W. F. MILLER

AY 1300 AVENUE.y THE UNDERTAKERHONE ...
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RESIDENCE 219 7th i 26 413 12STRS F ,

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is apt to 'be one en which, J f y.' N I Wanted Man to work r i t :

you\.. will have to purchase [ jjcrzonal l
'}' s..1 ..rHOD. grapher preferred; state
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"C A' .' Graham King I is 'a visitor in Ask your grpeer for Blue Ribbon J. L. Jones Arcadia, Fla L
? t town today. j Lemon and Vanilla, the extracts of I
t f ..I known purity. |*j Miami Arrived for VALUE IN liGHT a
LostBelt with gold buckle at. The steamer Miami ; others fake
WEDDINGGift J r 'Coat of arms on,buckle. liberal j'j'lacbed. I Mrs George lf|Curry, of Key West this morning from Key AI't all. make when Dui 'stock Is "seen' J'Nm' eer
reward.-Return to 217 llth street ,.iariived I this mdrhing from the North vana with a large Norma Martinez S cent, cigar .to Uo s
... I gers for this season o: highest priced goods In,Uo Btatv
and Is the guest?of Mr. and Mrs. C. I
'. lIr%" D.:.M. Connelly lest this morning i IIA Gartbslde atfthetr? beautiful home J I a'considerable freight ade" there; a ,bigger
I .' en route to Detroit..Mich, when I Ie on..:Avenue B. ||, can t* found any !
he, will spend part o. the summer. s \"".-- I Building I miss the concert mOD.f..r.o.
tonight. Miss N
I For Sale -On /piano, one drop jeaa a
Don't miss the concert at the FalrBul1.u and Mrs. Franklin .
Singer machine(;decorated dishes and land
j' Mr. W. C. DeGarmo.
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tonight Miss Yarborough, gasoline.range. ||Inqnlr* at The Oaks
Mr-and Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bask cor. ISth street Jlnd Avenue B. = I I
.. and Mr. W. C. DeGarmo. ; |S BroHltr wants to list t '- singly, by the box or by- the ,1 Dof
'II be ready for'you when I Mr. W. F. Tattorugh and Miss Gertrude 3 of superior quality and ta perfect ooo.
day comes with the right Rev L. D. Lowe went up to Titus-] Lemls, of{tttst Palm Beach arrived Thanks Extended ...". ftettlere dittos at small prices. AU ov elgttzs
t .e Till this morning to attend the conference .I this morn ''g to attend the recital Miss Maude 'Coachman this: territory. are kept so that none of,Uotr,trae-
[Goods at the RIGHT PRICES of t..e M.' E. Church South,! to be given by'Miss? Eva Yarborough ] thank for the most gingers aloe rasa lo lost ,
to be held at that place. 111,the Fair building this evening. .Iin which the ladles .;. with >\
i! 4 I cake sale for the benefit ... yes let .t
,Picture Iran.** mace to order. The ftftOMlKR will eonect your.rente.Cmbrellas federates' Home in /eletlbrbf ; i
: If '" 1 also wishes to thank 'l;
Racket Store.. .1. 1
their liberal patronage, ,
T repaired ..
and
: ham for his tinJttess attasrUoN
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LYNARD&SONJEWELERS 1 i Dan Keith the popular agent for Leave- at Rackft' Store. .I'eCOftre4'1'use of the Biscayne :i HAYES: .
the Cable Piano Co., as this place, .. : and the city papers for
went up to West Palm Beach thu Mr. and Mrs. Uoe D. Smlth.who haTI I the sale. j Works Cigarrvl
L Of* OPTICIANS morning on ,business. have been guest* at the San Carlo : i I The an j
Next., to.P.-..... MIs iI. Pier W since the early!fall M<1 who are firm Broaslrr wants to list "
,'\ For Rent -620 Avenue B fine cool believers and admirers of the Magic i
summer residence.. Apply to Mr. Ken City left this morning for' the north. '.Anything the >ee rectory OPPOSITE HOTEL B1SCAYBB l;
ney,' 135 Seventh street.' ':I i They will stop it Crescent City for r you want II 's''!
Mercer207AMcD sewerage landscape
R: L. i
short stay after which will
., they go -
f I built lands, cleaned., .. See.. ,i. J
>j: Summer rates at the Kutherford on to their summer home oa bong Miami.. '"
; Boarding- House;223. Ninth- street. I Island. | i Decorating Company '

:.r I w1 SeI stopb oJ Fttcy Mr._ 'E.,"W.,1f.-J.: Parrish._" of the present. 'Lost' -'..Tribnle"wheel,lost at Armory read,There human are nature many la the E. CANOVA PROPRIETOR.; ; !
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Second street Avenue D. .i
and
board of, school commissioners arrived band.. They tell to .
:. GROCERIES la of town the,this board.morning. la' -:the.Interests :-- otBco.Finder will.pleafo... return., ..._. to" Metropolis- the faction hand.what1 There kind of are a .H.n. ewd Si|., ,. l. ." T. "j.

-. ,. --- ;;'f -- fmmm acw.a *;*. : '* L.;", Y. tell a man by the..way:
ttJ toe.1 Metis eWemythbgprrae&r Crashed rock for sale: Apply our head;, .There, are others .nt 1 I 4
Don\fall to resistor yovr eatU for '
aer, Avenue B as* 7th street by the .penmanship
b .'IK ttta 4aUL YcndIIa! 1bc,spectal fcuaater.Jerni u.a.. ,Ts> j''{;-:: %'IJ** i !, person he II, and In each
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... ttlr W weet I*. AI Ir1Ies wb9' ami Coasorraiory. 0.;MUlL.. : Miss:Sue Pritbford will give a lawn much' truth. .
c and
I'I'iI aperJangtng! Kalsomlnlng .
III nidI. skal beat tff- party tomorrowtkfternoon to die members Did yon ever stop to I
-four SncP. Dr. J. M.;,Jackson and, Dr., J/,H. of her SnnQay school class of the can' tell a firm by Its genqPeat's'', Wall Papers '1-
F. Mullett have ,returned from \the M. E. Church south, assisted. by Miss Study the ads In this '
meeting of the State. Medical. Association. i Emma Girtman/teacher. Little Miss will be surprised how true Estimates. Phone 181. 1315 Ave D fj
,' -- ': -:-- ,i Boo'la very devoted to the class and are. This Is a better J
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EDMOEFATSDairytnh: extends an invitation to any membersof ory than any thing else.
: The Cantles House win be"open for I the class which( she wan been unaole the merchants and you J
tbe summer at summer rates. Airy I to locate to attend the party tomorrow far wrong we are.
rooms and,fine cuisine.; .at 3 o'clock.*! There are the firms who
; business a long time and FindinF

: Mr..P:?VT, Howard,brother of )L V. I?WartedCle* t cotton rags.at this satisfied business to at let a good things profit take
: this left last 'office. m
Howard of city night
Their ad tells that they
for Atlanta where he will remain fora
at the same old place and
Everything new. includingthe few days on business. I BROSSIER mians Safe InvestmenU are the same as usual so i:

[ : building making the ; For 'Rant =-Small furnished'house After a vlsltflof- was: eight months to I ad use stands to change the the same reading all "fA'i, Money ..i

on_ Boulevard. 'Address .Box. 733. her mother In;Chicago, Mrs. J. C. year after year.
nest and neatest ding Abernathy and l1tt1o son, .returned There are other firms : .
For Sale Eighteen fine laying home last nigh! Dr. Abernathy has sensational runs of "
the "thens; 'Brown Leghorns, Black Spansh : been on the! llslfof "garss widowers" cost price and when you : ...,
room in city. 215 llth street ;[tall winter and@.ilayhewearsasmile look at once for the hook : '. t
> [that'won't' weaf, ff. Mrs. Abernathy It Is a bait because no ;
Mr. J.. B. Hinkle,, who owns the has enjoyed' ber'.jyIBlt'"ven" much"and goods below! cost unless I f ;< 1: f. : .
AN IDEAL PLACE .
most picturesque, residence In Dan)I with the exception of the illness for a up some";other way: ,".. -' --:." ..,
FOR LADIES a. 'Is a' visitor In town today. Mr.' nhile. of their little son. it was un- There is the firm I I .. e .
Hinkley has, been going north marred. ,Dr. and Mrs. Abernatby.will sentence "We want .
spring heretofore but says be shortly; move iato their beautl ul new,I That was a fool thing to I If I
Connected with a saloon he win say in Florida. this eYe"j'"home in Fort (Dallas Park! recently f'he way it was run ; on. 411'S; ;;
% built by H. E;guttle.SROSSIER was new' in the i e .
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l' was run until/ ) '
Buttermilk day'at For Sale- 129 acres 16 cleared -r- .
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every; All and the papers did not ;' '
00 fruit trees; half bearing; good collect your rents "
5c a glass. Light re* louse; ,three and halt miles from rf ', it any longer. Then ;
: freshments served. dur Miami on rock,road- Address A.;B. I For Rent 'ffrrar. room o furnished a they change would of fill front any and order j, '

.lag ,ad hours. C..,Metropolis- office.. cottage on 20lh street, $15. Apply .to catalougue house for 5
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Dorn.; MS It could be delivered
y. : '
$10 REWARD '
fcrd'door cast ot Avenue D on 13thstreet LostPearl handle Smith t: Wesson -]'I Everybody said it could D ana<:' ,n s
Trauffi.
Front Building. ]4 hDY1a. ,. Miami Company offers foi tut the firm made good
revolver;32 cat 3 1-2 Inch barreL
j I sale 60 road saddle, coach heavy draft and that Is always the
Return to.this office and receive
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reward.1- -- and farm bone Harness carriages advertising. Their ads
I new and .ec0u4!handed at-bargains. the kind that It takes Tel'
.Special SUbsGription. Before. shlpiilacfhorses'for the summer for the mind of the .
THE RAGKET'STORE: we will offer for sale as fine a gent reader and buyer
line ,of'horses I as.ever came to .the they are up to date
: State of, Florida;'at reasonable pri their line.MIAMI.
rate for April ces. Apply at stable or write to J. M.Hauler. HARDWARE, Works
IS<:TU[ ruCf- .. General:Manager. Miami. eta "We want your only: -i

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V.RYBODY'S Ii. ', '

;;. "'." Peacock Inn Furniture l .

Ribbons'and ; $1500 : each.i-i i :;
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; 464z1N1and! .Laces' .... : .r,' ust Be. .Sold, This! Week I[ ..

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Keep this' in mind:; we save ;g* .

'you_'money.. ,Entire! Furnishings: .of f Peacock .' .

Delineator Ask any"of-our-customers Cocoanut. Grove, ,:Dade- Co., I '

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",'" : We.*ffl have a sale on shoes next To Parents:. School will Soon .-

>E oth for $2.25E neck that Kill Merest youAWESELL. try THE C(J, Brossier & Soi :

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; ... EVER'UftI\.C- -- Miami j Conservatory of .

-AND SELL IT CHE> -LR-
200 Ave. Dj Miam I
Will hold I:peeal! Summer term May 1st to August 1st. In ,
W.'. i H. Chaile & Son Piano, Kindergarten and Prlmav Music. Call or write for I
t
I a lars and tirrns.: A fine opportunity for the. young folk..-
1211 Avenue D, Miami. Fla. Pianos supplied free.. REGISTER
n.a lw Out= -Auii';z .at 1311. Are, D FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director. 225 I s and Contractors in Realty ._ ,

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-'THOL W. MATHER OFFICIAL 'COUNTYDEMOCRATIC 1 .E.VENETIAN. :J KITCHE. "" I r

MIAMI. FLORIDA j It'...... ..u..rj& ..'.i..rIca. C
rr...r* 'a Ural.JUI.T .
Mechanical and Hydraulic Engineer CALL oneU'who keeps houi In Venice :
f' 19tatimins. stool teen ursine c** wilt find that the plctnresqueness of = IE
IIH pumping englaes, galvanized I' '.".> surroundings is carried out In all the "Great t CI Sale
.C Hack pipe at wnoleaala. Special detail* of life. The kitchen for In. arane)

f fteklaery deafened aDd bnUL Agent A meeting of the Dade County Democratic stance, will be more primitive than any '
f' IK ZacI't j Acetylene Gu Generators Executive Committee was heldat kUvhen you have yet seen If your apartment '
is anything short of a _'alnce.. .'It j
Miami,. Fls, on,.tie 14th Jay of ; I'I.
14 ijpt to l e a spacious roam, around the G E ,
March: 190G. pursuant to adjournment tbjf of which runs a'row of shelvesthird n. "
( Miami Skating The following call for a primary with pewter plates. There are AT

!I election was adopted towlt: tfin.: 's of copper pots and saucepan,
Notice Is hereby given that there itiil there are fascinating earthen I. "I

I.iil I I be a. Democratic Primary Election .x.'Les and casseroles of every size and
Rink Ui"thc Inventory there Is sure to be a
held In the several,election dill- riuj wooden board with a stubby
) trlcti- of Dade county Florida on liijulle, to turn out the steaming polrattoii. -"

Open' 8 to .10 ..,1ft. for.beginers May, 16lh,- 190C., and U necessary on .- 1'olenta In nothing in the world .BU DIN.J S
Open 2 to 5 p. m. June 12, 190G. for the.nomination of bbt an excellently made cornmeal mm!)
Open 7,,to, 11 ,p.xm- all Democratic candidates. State and *-c cornmeal mush With the mushiness
i loft out for to be perfect olenta must
Tuesday afternoon reserved' for ladles County to be toted for by the Dem iSve consistency. Besides the exactitpportlons

Saturday forenoon, reserved children ocratic electors at the general, eiec- of water salt and meal po-
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS tlon to be held November 6th 1906. -- ,
c Admission 10 cents. Skating 25 cents and to be appointed by the Democratic conlitany. '
; ItII It.WM of lee Factory UpstairsIn Governor of.the State between the 1b,. Is another Item In the kitchen fur continues: with renewed interest and vigoWe'
> such primary eleotion -
date of holding tbblng. Our polenta was cooked in atopper
The Good Old Summer Time and the holding of the primary pot hung on a crane over a wood '
Yea Will Find at election A. D. 1903. lire, and this brings me to the cooking add a number of i important items to those alread mentioned
The following officer are to be nominated hngements. There ls no store In I
at said primary election to this Venetian kitchen; there U nothing
Johnson & Tompkins k wit: W cook on by means of which an Amer. -_.
1 Representative In,Congress, Sec Jean cook could turn oat a square meaL I t.j

ond Congressional District |:there Is a wide soapstone hearth, the 20 dozen ladles' vests taped neck Yard wide unbleached
gauze Domestic
of the
ii l 5 and lOcK 2 2 Railroad Justices Commissioners.of the Supreme Court. :.Jt"d by an ordinary'range imposing hood. surmount-On this and sleeve, worth anywhere 2 20 yards to each Gusto er for, ....$1

1 Member of the House of Represen hearth, without aid of andirons. Is built ten cents, now 4 for -.- W c(j
Store tatives. : 4;wood fire. The sticks are long and 12 yards'' Lonsdale
,. Variety Ably one end la lighted., The other end Fotget.Me$1'I
1 Clerk of Circuit Court for DUo 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests Not Bleaching for
# extends out on the edge of the hearth J5cJ5c
i5' article houosksep- plrel term. worth 15c, now 3 for-
for
Any useful light .. .fcnd as the lighted ends born down thetlck .;
1 County Assessor of Taxes. < ,
In tin, and wooden ware. "
Ing. granite
Is pushed back Into the flame. On
A alee line of door and porch mat 1 Tax Collector.' ,.either side of this fire stands a fornello. 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests, Great Line of Shirts Sacrificed I
-, Conch hats, etc. A fine 1 County Treasurer.,
: Lamps rugs
'G County Commissioner an earthenware vessel something likeII worth 2oc now 2 for___ j'
,- assortment of toilet articles, notions
of Board of Pub- large square flowerpot. We have a broken liaeof Cluet and t
Members County
N s' for ladles and gentlement.. Outflttsr Instruction.S 'I;In these are made charcoal fires quite Ten dozen assorted Turnover 4 oltars In Monarch shirts ia attached and de- \
In small.woee, for light housekeeping '
i large enough.to bent two flatirons at tached Gaffe Also cot shirts which s
Supervisor\ of'Registration. black, white, blue and pink worth.
Ne., 1017 Avenue D, Miami. FU. 'Member of the Dade County Dem- the same time., This Is all the cooking 25c we we offer to close ii> TWO LOTS
35c for _.__ .
25 Jo now two
ocratic Executive Committee for Products arrangement. There Is no place fortoasting -- I' 3
Nos. 14 and ".- respectively. or baking. No bread, cake or Lot 1. Cluet attached and detached '
One assorted lot of silk and was stocks .
1 Justice of the Peace and 1. Con Itlscnlt Is ever made In an Italian
,j "Wire for .Me stable In, inch, .districts. as have vacancies. house, If yon wish to roast a turkey worth thirty-five to seventy- 251- and coat shirts priced 1.50 t I I' 20'

.. t>r a large bird you send It In Its pan five cents your choice for-:4 I and 2.00 -- ;;
ivlth the butter for Its basting to the
Warden...
1 Fish and Game
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baUor.. who roasts It to a beautiful Lot 2. ed and detached
ladies .
dozen
The/rules-governing"said'primary Twenty five fine linnene
I'll'Wire nOW--i
and For You" .brown for from 3 to 5 cents. The
election hall be the same II those linaller' fowls are' roasted In one of hemstitched handkerchiefs, pu up 3 in cuffs 95G'

adopted-bythe; Democratic Executive held In tlm Urge' COI>IIT casseroles and by a box and worth 10 to 15c at.-. --.-- ,
their
meeting
Committee at
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Phone 176 J5clalf
; Jacksonville on February 24. 1906 for; :#Jurulng and twisting and ,basting Inttssantly This sale per box........__-x._.. -
the bird U perfectly roastedis .11 i .
f State Primaries, so'far as
governing
C. H. BROWNELECTRICAL 'one would wish.' ''There U no place Special.Shoe AnnouncementKeith's
to the
ttejamefshall.be applicable 100 lawn and silk baby caps at price
for'keeping anything hot on this embryonic
County Primary. .Tho.. and' only '
CONTRACTOR. those person shall be permitted to be- range and with ,only three Lawn and percale wrappers I Konqueror 3.50 and 4.00 '

a ,1113, Avenue 'C.' participate come candidates in the before management or'vote o!at laid, or .places cooked'for first cooking and set something aside to make must way be worth 1.50, now _.___..._.._. ---.95c.45c. We are exclusive 'agents for this famous shoe :

primary electlon.who declare their ad,;' for other dishes. On the other hand, Law'Klmonas and For style fit and srricethis|! line has"DO SQ;
herenc..to the principle and.orianl- ::there could not be a more economical sacquesworth pcrior and few equals JUST RECEIVED' .
ration of the Democratic hrt1utlonf :way of cooking. 111. very few'mo- 75c now a new line in all the, ,late :.'popular styled.
at. State-had county who are by,the .meets the charcoal fire burns at full : ,
t BISOAYNEDRUG : laws 'Of the State lawful elector oi pitch, and If one wishes for Just enough
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the,election dIItrletI' In!which the* and no more to broil a chop one may
.., ., -:. 'I offer.to tote;,who have paid their poll' have It without having to light a fire We'' M. BurdlAe 316-318 Twelfth St
L taxes legally due not less than ted sufficient to cook an entire dinner as ,
days before said primary elecUon, nd .one would have to do.with us. for the w h_. "'
who shall when challenged by an.elec* ;fuel for an American' kitchen range \
COMPANY tor.pledge In -writing upon oath,'be, costs''anywhere; between 25 and S3: .' ,- _.. -. "
.. '.'.' -r- fore'any*Inspector,'to"abl4e.br,04 cents: a'day. In Italy fuel Including I i.
{ ,''., ,-,:':' ..,. support the result of such'primary.and both wood and charcoal'coats 10 cents '
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support the nominees thereof. I a day for a family' of moderate size.- GRADUATING Iflarlts' Oyster and Chop you
The poll shall be opened and closet Pilgrim. ,_y
. r,_, at the several election district at thlhours7 Sea Food l Our ,
fixed by r the general'election ,Specialty

law.The foUowlq .named persons Advice t. ...k.... Oysters aloe
: MedicineIn are. hereby'appointed Inspectors and More smokers RftITAI by plate, quart, or ]
clerks for the several. election dis from contract consumption Meals. send at all h ra' 41012th/ Street.Miami, Florida
neglecting an,ordinary, precaution
trtcaPrecinct;:
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medicine, be carefulin i : No. .1- Inspectors: N. fi* than from,inhaling smoke," declared .
a physician. "None of
us caret
what you buy and Parks,'H;, E.'> Stypmann and .B. 'Of; to Infect the lungs with ordinary street -BY- The Continental
BalL Clerk: Curd Schroeder.-Polling dust
yet every consumer of cigars Inhales
where you buy It It,Is place... Ball's;store. ||, a more detrimental kind of duatnel'J ,
: Miss Eva
Yarborough
z Precinct No.:, 1 Inspectors; Frank time be lights a fresh specimen.The ,
not only Important that! .: .: Atlantic Beach Florida .
Bowers, P Kitchen and E. C. Miller. majority of cigars bare short Interior ,
you get the best values Clerk: James Hepburn. "Polling; placrschool' fillings which contain lots of small .
house. |' particles of tobacco dust Especially U Pianist. Miami GiaservatorylofMasJc.asshted : 14,.It & BEMIS", anger 'r;
but also,that you, Precinct No. '2inspectorsPrank; this so of cigars that are handled a ; by Mr. and Mrs. .:>i
get goods that give you Sheen.':Joel:A. Dean. and.Dan Coe-, great deal and of those that become Opened M reli15f/906 '
grove., 'CerkT. J, CampbelL Poll.tug very dry from,; age The ,ordinary' nUll Coleman Bosh and

: satisfactory resultswe;' place, ,old engine house., ,|| smoker bites.or,cuts olr/ .the end and ;, Mr; W; G. DeGarmo! Maf'Fair n: Through parlor car, Palm Beach to ,Atlantic Beach, train'74
Precinct Jesse draws this dust ,
' have for : ; No.- Inspectors: Into his lungs with the '
a
reputation: .
.
Dougherty; J. L'. Garnett and Polly Irst puff.,, Often it only lodges la the '. t

furnishing satisfactory I Palmer Clerk:, Cnllen Pence. throat aDd produces 'Irritation :orhoarseness a Atlantic Ocean,20 miles from'J ac:Its nville, via 1'.E.,.,' R'j
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and Reliable GoodS.I I place. Porter's Packing House._ l|'; with which most smokers I "'
Precinct No. '6-Inspectors T. itjMcRae. are afflicted. A safe precautloc against I'' BuildingTuesday 1

,. T.,.J. Haygood and I. 8* such danger ,II very simple. Before I The Continental is the latest addition to the famous
Taylor.' Clerk: H.' B.' Hodges. PoJ lighting the cigar merely blow throughIt. !
-- lag pain,,school house. |f and yon will see Issuing from the ,Evening April 24 : Florida East Coast Hotel System f, :
Precinct:No. Inspectors: J.-.$* large end.tbe dust particles I refer t&" f. ..
FINE'CANDIES Hardy'a Cassel and J.. W. Pierced Philadelphia Tetecrach.- Bicycle chairs, ponies for the children, golf links ten*?

AND CIGARS., Clerk: J.'Id.- Umstead.,Polling pUetj c >urt bowling alleys billiards! and pool ball room for dane-

Rouses store 'M A Lucky PostmistressIs Admission 35c. Reserved Seat 50c ir g, automobiles! livery: service, surf bathing, fishingdeep, ]
I, Precinct No. Inspectors: W. 'ifft c IOn .
)Marshall Ed. 'T: King and 1:000fJ|$ aid fresh water
sale Bush & Safford
Bryan. Clerk: it.,'A.:Bryan.Po.llhd: Mrs. Alexander, of Gary Me. who at I : ,
place! : Stranaban's' store.' t.1 has found Dr. King's New Life Pillsto Piano Co:, 225 12th Street.
Tel. 3 12'St.
Ave. D
be.the'belt retrnjy the tried '
8-Inspectors ever
Precinct No. : J. IJ
Beginning Saturday April
Wofford, J.',W.:Ires and J. A.,Harp.. for keeping the:'.tomach, liver andbowels investigate Before InvestingWind
I Clerk: '1., H< ,GUsson .Poling plaei In perfect order. Tonll agree 21 st. Stein way, piano used.
school 'hoe *,,' t g with her If you try these painless pur-
We are Now Ready r-urnlsh; PrecinCt. ."-Inspectors: Pail riders that Infuse new life. Guaranteedby
Matthews. Fornell and 1.1. Peters all drgglsts. Price 25f- Power

.' ClerkJ. A.'Danghtry. Po1U.Diplace. Merritt & Kolb L
Tribune. Snell, 'school-house M various candidates .' shall be u .follows Has been adopted by the best people'pi-the 'the
Precinct No.: io-Iupectora:,T. t/' : '. cheapest power for raising water. No e the people hire

and other [ TO"Gler.-H.; Dalo>> Miller and SMI: :, Representative .............} 25.00 them they could hare steam, gas and hot air too if they wanted .
t Patterson." Clerk: R. 'B. McLe1a4 Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 150.00 it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this .
Polling place, Fair..building.: ... business and with my gamp mechanism that I have just been.
: ? ; 'Is Tax Assessor ......... 71.00Tas REAL ESTATE
makes of Bicyclest Precinct No.;Inspectors: BJJ}. Collector ,...-........;. 75.00 granted a patent on. I will guarantee tO double the capacity, _
1 Potter-Andrew Hardee and-Jacksiw County Trea.urer.-, .- 75.00 ARQAINS value and fife of any wind milt outfit Aby infringements, will, :
Peacock. Clerk:* 'J.V.. ., Galls*a?. County Commissioner ........, 10.00 MIAMI FLORIDA be prosecuted. '
Polling;pace. Shane's 'old store. M Member Board Public Instruc. '10.00 ., ,
Precinct No: Inspectors: I H.Srepbell. Justice'of the Peace, ....... 6.00 .
.'\v., 'J;. Dangherty..A. ft.DnvaUClerk Constable ................:: 1.00 bay H. PERR Yr Cocoanut
A fine 3 acre front In Cocoanut Grove
Florida
: ,Thos. lIltchelL,Po11lb County Fish and Game Warden 5.00 g : t. {
place"-Tweedeirs-.HalL, tri | Supervisor of Registration5.0V Grove, good house wall set In bearing _
i Precinct No.: 13-Inspectors, HeafyGostman. All candiates are required to'111. a trees riparian rights. A bargain. ; 1.
i Wm. Anderson and J. Castella written application to have his name 3 Lots on 14th street between Av. Fnhat
1 Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling See Dr.Bu
i appear upon the omclal ballot on the nuts C and D. i
0- place school house M blanks furnished by the committee
Lot on 8th street, between Avsnuos
I Precinct No. 14
-InspectorsfUL
The bicycles and: )thet,: "t ,Scou,--KackweUer: and J., F. ::1J,x- forth accompanied with Geo.wlth'the P. Bull fees, of OJus above, Fit let, C and B, $160a 8 years terms. I r rf

goods are the best stan- !on. Clerk: J. R. Horn.. Polling" place.Saxon's @! Secretary'anJ Treasurer o'-the County House ,and lot on 10th street .Between The Miami Surgeon :arid :'Specialist:'

dard goods on the market, .store. Democratic Committee on or' before Avenue B and bay $2750. Let
i Precinct: No. Inspectors: M&JL the 5Cth day of April A. D.1906. "
Hartford and other Tires. Marshall, S. M. Alsabrook and AC.Frost. The.Democratic County Executive. us show you this. you are a sufferer fiom any Chronic Di4aae. Ulcers Tumors, Cancers
: Clerk R. C. Poll 10 acre flay front, 13000. ehssp*t Di1
: Stanley. -j j Committee shall meet on Monday.May or any Blood Disease Catarrhal ases of Head Throat
Coaster Brakes fitted to old lag place school house -- 3! south of Lemon City. '
Ii 21 1906 at the County Court House ( Lungs:Stomach Bowels D, pepi; .lndig st1on, Rectal
': The 'Toting thai be' ballot von in Miami Florida,,and publicly 25 acres hammock and truck land :
i wheels. All work guaranteed tickets furnished the .can-1 Diseases Female Dis 'asc.s '
j by' State f&d rass the returns and declare '30 grapefruit trees, finest In south _
Best new wheels for rent{County Executive Committees, an4.tit candidates are nominated by a majorIty ... ,
Dade 11 old. 200 tr.
i year young
All
Latest Electrical
the 'close of such elections the lnsbcitors ; vote for each county office and In good house and beautiful grounds on r Aids. Horn opaftic Medicines
231 12th Street Blue ( and clerk shall proceed to pin-' what cases a: second primary will I rock road. $5500. You should I
TaU the.Tote In accordance with;fthe )hue to be held. county see the views at our office. and a large stock of Specially ptepared emedies for Special workLadies |
;ttJ State.law and shall! at once forward j i W. A. Filer. 35 acres on Lemon City road 10
i the returns to the Chairman of ChaIrman.I' ji I Maid I in Attendance
Carroll I County Executive Committee. m.'j'Attest: Geo. P. Bull. I Good acres views cleared.of House the bay and for 200 a troe.short Always i iJpstairs

The assessments'to. be1 paid by ... Secretary. I time only 4000 in Metropolis niJdin; :. From 9a. ,m. to 4 p,'m. Sun. excepted: ]


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.. DAILY'MIAMI;: METROPOLIS TUESDAY, APRIL 24 'IK*' 3
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1 .- For'County CommissionerDistrict I .
i'UNOf f If SAL No. 5.Vote'for .
i EEones't Goods one.KIRK tf
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'II, + PRIMARY BALLOT MTJNROE. -,

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!! E. G. TWEEDELL. WeEstateBargains

a The '" !.. For Member County School:::::-1'I'

FOR, THE INSTRUCTION OF ELECTORS First District
Vote for treat udaa
8 Four. IN THE DADE COUNTY one. : ."
.u-... -'1 1j 1 I es fe $swss f
a PRIMARY ELECTION MAY IS. .
"f Cardinal Points of Jj 2 lou, 50x150 paved street In fine part of city, each.....I47WO
For Member County School Board
/ Second District. 1 lot on 10th street, near Ave. C, a big bargain at ........ ..11500S45000

: Vote for one. I 3 Iota on Fifth, street, each............... .......... ...:..

i Empire' Dry Goods Store > 5 5b tore In order may become thahe, familiar Dade County with elee-toe House and lot >Third street, 6 rooms, fine place, easy tarmsl/; taco ":

i form and arrangement of the names One-half lot on Twelfth Street, for ........... ..... ..;......t. .2300S4000!

t 327 Twelfth St.o i of the various;Candidate( as they will For Member Third County District School Board Elegant home on 8th street............ ..... ... .... ... .f

\ appear on the o&clal ballot to be vote Vote for one. I

p Miami 0 In the May primary we have prepares Riverside lob are selling npldly, but we have a few choice oe.e -'
\ ''J11'I an unofficial ballot which will be found W. W. FARIS. I left at the following -prices:

below. || '

.We have onfjf placed on this ballot.,I For Tenth Constable.District. i I Corner lob on Twelfth Street...... ...... .... .......... ..'1250!
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\:1: the':names of I those whom we know, Vote .or one.JOHN Inside lots bit Twelfth Street.... .... .... .... ....... ".{ .11000
to be candidatft for the various offices: .
I I ; Other names ffl'.l likely be added before *' F. DEBERRY. inside lots other streets....... ...... ...... ...... .. .:.$750

the time, ijlspseg for the placing o*, W. H. MORRIS. 'i Corner lots 01} other streets......... ...... .......... ". .$12100i

assessments i" the hands of the executive -" -i 1 ,

Harvest Dealing comm ttee. : SAMUEL. ROCNDTREE. i Remember th t water, sewer, lights paving and street railway will

In signifying your choice for any --- I all be down there 'In the nex* sixty days. Ip,
PIERRE S. TITCS.
candidate tberoter should remember: ,
It is well known fact that our store has -,I '
a that a,cross mark must be made before W. J. \VILSON.For .

,become famous throughout this entire communityfor left hand the candidate's IJet| If the name cross, or Is on madeon the : Supervisor of Registration.Vote i -I .

furnishing .the_ -people of Miami any and all not the right ft Jjjnd e office side In the which vote this will for one. J. H. Tatnm & o.i

J. CI| BURTESHAW.For .... j ;
,goods in the, dry goods line from 50 to 100 per error Is made I .
Any marks ffippearlng on the ballot Fish and Game Warden I ;
cent cheaper thCt"ey have ever ben able to (other than the cross) for Indentla- Vote for one.MAYOR'S .

purchase heretofore. We.propose to establish our cation or mutilation, win Invalidate i CANT-- IEIn SLAV ;., ,
same:and the Inspectors of election i. spring time the hoewtte''f tloea1

iusiness on a. basis of moderation and to continue will. not counQhe ballot her spring cleaning the tamer dean.I :
The ballot as:prepared Is as follows: PROCLAMATION.A his test planting and ta4 ...
: ,same the year around. We therefore say to all T ,their. It's so with ua. We mererwork
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j' attempt a
the PNOFJCIAL BALLOTDemocraticPrlmary resolution of the city council ot p- ,
t: people who are forced to practice most rigid k- PLUMBING JOI
I the'city of Miami providing that tae '
economy: you can be supplied at our store with'any' Election held proclamation 0: the Mayor of said without intention of dolnicaat Gat .;
: May 15, 1906,;precinct No. Dade city, ,giving notice of an election to be bear. Then' pIa tj -

goods needed equally as cheap, and in many cases. mark County before Florida.the name Make of the a cross candidateof (X) be held In the city of Miami, on the l .;:ifs: spring we plumbing ask for to your be done hnttnear and tkariwhy' Get

fourth Tuesday in May, A. D., 190. our rood work Prices
cheaper, than' 'that offered you through the medium -' your choice, -- so algfcer tttaothers.
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same being the 22d day of salj month |
,: of Wild Gd? demonstrations., We 1 For Reprent all a In Congress tor'the purpose of submitting to the 'H.',f.'SCRUSSS A!:CO.S1I .' ,;

Vote,':or Ones qualified registered voters of said AveHM D i' :'

give you GENUINE 'BARGAiNS'without' any 3- city the question of the Issue, and sale ,.. -
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FRANILARK.For : f I' ;
of One Hundred Thousand Dollars '
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Southern :Marble & Stone Co.
Frill Justices Supreme Court $100,000.00) of city bonds, be spread :
I Fake or Fancy Vote'for:twd;;_'| upon the minutes of this council and : 8. HOOAN STRICT.JACKSONVILLE '
[ that the same be published for the per- :1 I,' Headquarter for
loJ of thirty days prior to said election -
CHA8.JB. PARKHILL.
A Trial will soon Convince you. aa required by,law. Building .Stone. Marble.I etc.
J. B. f gr lTFIELf Belt Resolved by the 'dt7.council ,, .
I of the city of Miami:
MOSAIC AND: TILE
For Railroad Commissioner ..' That the following proclamation of WORK

: '" Vote.forNBWTQN,t1r ___;.____ the city Hon.o.* Miami. John,Sewell at this, ,mayor the regular of .thv FOR LOORS.. : BATH ROOMS MANTELS',ETC! .

I : THOS!J."APPLETARA i I meeting of the city council of said M......,Geaeral Ccawtcrv Wwfc,'etc. '1 I -

ThI1FIF: L ''- ,city, held on the 19th day of May, A. Unrwt Work.' { BuzctlM PacUlttee 'Iioa r.ac ....' .liars !..niceRIT1EY
\J ,, ; \ ,E.';'B. A.1LE1'.' A"T, : D., 1908 which ,said .proclamation Is ,
.' In the following words and figures, -
J -
i'i to-wit: !
A. BUTCH.
Ff -to. Special Election: Proclamation of :BROTHERS
R. HUDSON BUlUlj Mayor of the city of Miami. and Notice -

j-" To the of the Voters same.of the city of Miami: Machine '
Store For County Representative Shop
Dry Goods Vote : .. and the Public at Large: (,
for.ont1' I, John Sewell mayor of the city '"'
of Miami, in conformity to SectionC Agents fo the New Era Gas : Cafsolene
Engines.
A1'SOol., of an ordinance passed by the city .

I ,, J.GEOR&E',A. WORLEY. -, council of the city of Miami on the and kero I ene -engine repairing a SPECIALTY
-: 11th day of April. A. D.1906 and sign-
327 TWELFTH STREET, MIAMI' ----- ;:;J: .. ed F. H. Wharton president of the General
Repair Work
Clrk
For of Circuit Court city council attested by M. R. Kellum.
N
,AH packages'delivered to any part'of city.free of charge Vote- for one ? clerk of said city and approved the sos SEVENTH; STREET MIAMI FLORIDA
---' llth day of May A. 'D. 1906, signed
t81MiaMi .EUGENE,H. DIMICK John Sewell mayor and entitled: J ",
r"0 AH ordinance authorizing the issueof
.. S.,04FITTS.HAHN.. One Hundred Thousand Dollars of
JI City Bonds of the City of Miami
; .DirectorY.JI o .' : State of Florida1: Authorizing an Election Fort' Land CompJny
Business for such purpose and 'providing Dallas
: <,-J ., -:
:f ,F-piTAUDON' : the method of hoMing,such election
,- and further in conformity to the cUt
.... ... ...*<# '" z''J ERRiTTr; '1/-! charter of said city hereby give notice /
*The Out of Town Buyer: and those within the city will find In the and the same is,hereby proclaimedthat t
.
If f list below,the addressee of Miami Merchants under/ Foronnty:'Treasurer- I a Special Election will be held
classified head for ready: reference. Vote,for oneCEO| In the city, of :Miami,, State of Florida Has on its Lists :
;: --:7 on the fourth Tuesday in May !
,E G. CURRIE: ';;1{ A. D.,, J30C.;, the same being the 224
L L. BRADY CO. "1 day.of said month 'or the purpose of
c. H|p ULERSOS: r submitting to.the ,qualified registered
>> Fresh Fruits and VegetableeTBtb
,
voters of the City of Miami the question -
D. 'Miami. HundredTh r a parti'uarIJ: ;trtrarticeitt' r.r;
Street. Cor: Ave FOr Tax Collector. of the Issue of One
Vote fox one; 1 ){ usand Dollars of ,City Bonds of .
: H.- ,, x,11 '
.GralaFertiliser both residence
Grocers' and
Fancy .. 7'I..: the city of Miami State of ,Florida business pur
.:" a4lapel"' ; : : .T. ,N1GAUTIER, ;/ No person ,shall:be allowed to vote
J In said election who is not a registered p?ses. An investment in Miami real
: J.' C. LUMMUI T. 'Jr:;HARDEE.. voter of the city of Miami and a resident -
'J| na.'I of said city and who shall not is safe;"sure of quick return
3-44 Dealer to Groceries, Grain For' Tax Assessor. own real estate situated within the erBle

!Jit .Hay and Fertfllxers. Vote for ope. limits ,of said city upon which the
-+f' --- taxes have been paid for the yea .
.Iii 12th' Street. Miami.. GEORGE O. BUTLER., 1905 and'who-shall not oe a qualified 1 \. '
.
"j + elector In all other respects under the JOINB. REILLY, J. E. INGRAF1AM. .
*$THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY FoVfCounty Commissioner charter of the city and the ordinances : I .
,, Wstrict No.'1 thereof. Agent Dallas Land
Dealers la Grocer!**. Bay en.-) : Vote ,lor:,'b&e.HARRY. The Inspectors and clerk who shall .Fart" ,Vice-President tfc Dallas
"\.. GntK. conduct said election shall be as follows Company] Miami Florida: Land Co-, St.Apgu: bne.
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: Inspectors A. J. Kolb R. J.lathere. '
j:< Dr. Ave Dead 4th St. I uDI. .. DUBOIS.tCtWA ) and Chas. A. Mann Clerk. ,;
John H. 'Cheatham. i iI .
: ; McPHERSOY.Fronnty I j
The polls shall be open at 8 oclock I Thousand Dollars ($30,00000), to be different aerie, town; The Sewer

B Commissioner and close at,sun-down. ;called and born as Sewer Bonds. Bonds, numbered from {one to thirty
ilLoftonB; The ballot to be used In said election -
.. District ,No. 2. I For the purpose, of'opeDlne..wJJenJng.. inclusive; Street Improvement Bonds
the
shall be prepared by city
In a series
Vote for numbered j1 from
opl.GEORGE !
one to
'g > council and shall be In the following and paving the streets and sidewalks twenty. Inclusive
: City Building Bonds
form: 'For City Bonds and of the city to tne amount of Twenty In a series from '
B. BAKER. one to twenty lav ",
"Against City Bonds. Thousand Dollars ($20,000) to be
elusive Fire
I ; Department"
bonds la
-
; The Inspectors appointed to conduct called and as Street Improvement at
Machine born series from
Shop to
one
WILUA M HEIM. 1 fifteen Inclusive;
'r said election may require each elector Bonds.For 1 Park and Promenade Bonds In a garlet
offering to vote at said election to the purpose of erecting a public i
Across The PACE C. JoNEBFokounty ., from one to fifteen Inclusive.
,River.. furnish proof that said elector possesses building, to be! constructed of Miami Said
the requisite qualifications as herein rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand bonds shal be issued In denominations
: Commissioner Jefined. Dollars ($20,000). to be called and of One Thousand each and

Will repair your engine on short notice. Vote. for one.t';District No. 8. city Said hall election in the shall city of be Miami.bell at the known as City Building Bonds. hill bear Inierrxt boyars rat* of,five ,,

:: Gas Engine Men. We R That said One Hundred Thousand For the purpose of establishlngjisalntalning per cent per annum 'and shall mature -
Expert and Fire
carry JtWALL. equipping a Depart-
Dollars of City Bonds provided the ment to the amount of Fifteen Thousand and become payable thirty Jean
coils plugs batteries wire Issuance of the same be confirmed by Dollars $15.000). be called from tbe date thereoftndahail, be .
:? 'dynamos; T. il| m nELD. two-thirds of the voters participating' to and /
known as Fire Department Bonds. sold at not less than their. ,par, value.
In said election. saM voters participating
f: screws, switches -, For ;County Commissioner. qualified as herein:prescribed, For the purpose of opening con Withers my hand aid the,seat of
,l District No. 4. shall be Issued and sold In the several structing and jmalntaicg public parkland the city this 19th day 'of' 'April. A D,, :'
Vote for gone.X amounts and for the municipal purposes promenad I' located wIthin the 1906.
city lImItl. to the amount of Fifteen "
l as follows to-wit: "
Allen.J. Thousand Doll rl $15,0001.) to be called John Sewell.
fe of
of & < For the purpose constructingand
ton Einig maintaining a system of sewerage and known Park and Promenade Mayor of the City of Miami. ;
-' J. || Holly. F or for otherwise promoting the healthof BondL Attest: M. R. Kellum. '
J the city to the amount of Thirty SaId bonds f'l be Issued In five (Seal) City'Clerk.


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1 WEST 'PALM:: BfACtf 1I ,.. j. .
MEMORI&I ]
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THE- TAKO CLUB ui l"TJ it f ....-.- ".. ..........-- ---.......''''''.. ,--.'. _.-,-..-...."-' :

YOnD SCHOOL BONDS J I -: :: i' .... ;" :;
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j ENTERTAINED JOHN PAUL JONESTHOUSANDS t .

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; WITH DELIGHTFUL WHIST PARTY ATTENDING REMOVAL 'Jority of the tax paying legal voters retiding -
in said district, determined to! ..
AND DANCE ,DOLL 'CONTEST OF BODY OF GREAT NAVAL Issue bonds of said district under the j I rI

provisions of Chapter 4G8:!. Laws of j
Ot>ENS OTHER KEY .WEST HERO TO A ROOM IN BANCROFT
Florida, in the sum of 20000. proceeds

k 'NEWS' HALL ANNAPOLIS Jo be used In the erection of a more I I "
iorumodious school building within !
'-"', founds of said district, said bonds to .J
f ft' '
draw interest at the rate of :5; perCent '
S
per annum interest coupons payable I'
i< The Richardson Lake Club composed Annapolis, April %-The city Is seml-annually, to-wit: May 1st ,I, '+tr ,

t of a number of our prominent young filled with thousands of visitors who ind November 1st of each successive I .
fear. at the off
principal payable rate
hare been attracted by the unusual
ladies entertained their friends a few
t 1,000 annually payable on May 1st u ,I ,
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evenings ago at La Brisa. Fourty natal spectacle which will take place iach successive year until fully'paid; ,

eight, guests Were pleasantly enter- here today in connection with the re- ,}Interest and principal payable at the I I'

;' tained at a game of whist and promptly moral of the body of Admiral John office of the county treasurer at MiamI. .
Paul tombin the county seat of Dade county, FlorIda .
at 10 o'clock the call bell announced Jones from the temporary

the close o- the came, when all Intreest the Academy grounds to a room be it
centered in alloting prizes.,The | -Resolved That the honorable Board
in the. Memorial Hall o! Bancroft if County Commissioners in and for t .
d". ladle first prize was won by Miss ; i1
.'" Lou Guns a handsome handpalnted Hall. l Dade county Florida be and Is hereby I I <<

plate. Mrs. Chaa. Dnval captured second It baa been Intended at first to deposit -requested to Issue said bonds for said' I. '

prize and Mrs.,Joshua Smith received the body In the crypt In the basement 'ium and arrange for their disposal / '' t
o consolation The io the best advantage for the use and
the prUe. '
y': ntlemen's first prize was won b) of the new chapel building of purpose expressed aforesaid." EUGENE H. 'DIMICK

Mr., Ed. McMahow. a scarf pin with the naval academy, bat the latter A recess was then taken until two .

could could not be completed la time. O'clock this afternoon.
diamonds. Mr.
three Second prize. .
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Cleveland Pierce; consolation prize Rather than postpone the date of the m! J CANDIDATE
ttNFERATE REUNION
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Mr. Sands.
memorial ceremony the Secretary of | WILL BE GRAND AFFAIRNew 5-
The tables were then removed from .
the Nap decided to deposit the body OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
the nan aid the artillery orchestra began i 5
the music 'for. the dance.'whicft temporarily In Bancroft Hall and to .1 Orleans. April 24- The pers-

was ,Indulged la until midnight All have It transferred without ceremonyto ant Indications point to the fact that Ii. -

Toted the Tako Club royal'entertain the crypt, when':the latter will be 4be. Confederate. Re-union which begins : I
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here tomorrow will surpass In attendance .
era -
finished. .. I I -
The telephone service after' being all similar events of recent "

closed down for three days, ,has resumed The, French. _.government:hadsent ,ears. Already twenty-nine special Thirty years ago at he age of get Mr. Dlmlck a* county treasurer 'to t.yEll -

business. Two telephone operators over a cruiser squadron'to takejwrt ,rains have arrived here. General s.1 j en years, Eugene H. Dlmlck. came to [ .the nnexplred term of J. I*. La- "

hare arrived from Tampa.The ., ''In the exercise and French wafjhjps -p" Lee. Commander in Chief held a Dad county and with his parents I mond. resigned. That same fall hewa I
state Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows reception this morning; at the St. Chares. 1 elected to the sam pMitltm and
arrived here a few lays ago. The and relatives, settled at Palm Beach.In .
at Pensacola elected on Wednesday .' So far only two cities have been was re-elected In 1900. I
'., 18th.Consul W. J. H..Taylor of squadron consisted of the flagship nentloned for the.next re-union 1881, his family removed to North Mr. Dlmlck was not again a I.'candi s

.- Key West Grand Guardian and Consul Marseillaise, and the first class cruisers being Richmond and Birmingham. ,. Carolina, where he attended the common date for office until he was laduced :JI

.. 'A. IX Carrasco* was appointed district Admiral Aube and 'Conde.: The d the'j' schools near their; home, and by a committee comopsed of the representatives

deputy for Key West. squadron Is under the command of i CHINESE. ART IN where his father died pompelllng him I of the labor union and
Mrs. Charles Willard Smith Her Rear 'Admiral Campion.: Admiral to give up further schooling In orderto ptbers, to become a candidate for

rick, wife of Chaplin Osgood,E. Her- Campion,. the members' his stall .a.. Best Ea...!.. ..* ...e .r It* go to work to aid hi: i mother In the 'county commissioner from the Second

rick,' died at Watertown. N. T. on and the omcers of the French squadron Create Defect j I support of himself anl two younger I Commissioners' District, at the last

April the 6th;. from Injuries receivedIn were first received upon their 't The spirit of purely Chinese art In|1 sisters. ,' Democratic Primary In Dade county
a falL Dr., ,Herrick accompanied arrival by Rear Admiral Bradford of tone Is shown In work such as the* His first work was driving teams on and was elected by a flaterlnz ma' \
by Mrs. Herrick was stationed at Key the American cruiser squadron conslsting -' great monolith figures of animals and : the mountain roads between Highlands jority "
Mr.
West daring the war and ,remained of flagship Olympia, the Cleveland -; Warriors which flank the approach to North Carolina nd WallahaUa., For nearly slxten.months Dim
here 13 years and served as rectorof Denver and DesMolnes and later :the tombs of the Ming dynasty and In South Carolina. A r ear later his Ick has served a* county commissioner

St.' Paul's Episcopal vttnrch during by Rear Admiral Davis, of the bat, .the perfectly plain structures designed mother Jled and wit his sisters h. how well he bas served .and wita,
.>.t time. Their many- friends wir tleship division consisting o',the battleships ',for the tombs of the preser. dynasty! i returned to Dade count;r, where he has what Interest and fidelity-to the trust
'with of the death of Mrs. since: resided. Imposed Is well known In his
learn district
regret. Alabama-f1aphIp); Iowa, Illinois : '''J These are composed of enormousilocks
Herrick. landIng When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the county.'an4 need
and Massachusetts.Upon -; of stone brought; with Infinite I
The contest or the doll to be siren .they; were ..received? by Superintendent tabor from distant quarries over roads was first Incorporate, Eugene H. no encomium her*. Suffice it to i I
at La Brisa'on'May .1st.:has opened. Sands of the Naval.Academy: and bridges which are hardly capable Dlmlck wa* elected on' the first city say that If elected Clerk of the Circuit

The following are the names of those and his staff;of officer' Yesterday of sustaining ordinary cart tramc and council where he !served with creditto I Court the citizen of Dad will have
who hare entered: Admiral Campion and the member of! himself and to the community.;, la.him an official who win;not"onlyb ?; <<
have be
to
always specially preparedo .
A liulc wak "to :
Votes later he a delegate competent and courteous hut
,
his staff were escorted to.Washing perform
prevent the great weights causing
Dollle Cook... '. .. ; the convention at West Palm Beach the duties of the position with
i ;; .v; .;<- .t''lJ; ton where they, were entertained by :their
Edna Fulford'Lacl1l1.Kuten'....;... ....../.7..,10 President Roosevelt; luncheon In coUapne. which declared against) the convention the fidelity and careful attention that ti
;..;.,...: ;.:..;::10 the White House. _They,returned: j The same admiration for the employment system of nomination, and In favor has been a characteristic of his err- f
.. ..' .;. : of liege; blocks of stone Is seta J primaries. j Ice In position of
Helena Sawyer ,.:.j.'l .310 last night and spent Uw night aboard every trust he
.... 10 In the case of the bridges over the rivers ;. In 1S98 Governor ffmchsm appointed ha ever held. I L..
Leola PltehfTl.u.! their ships In readiness for the ceremonies -'
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tie: coast S nth Fuklenwhere : '
Eugenie VfoU.'...' :....... ",.....;;:..10 today: | nbnjr of ..- t C f 4 .
> stone e.l It eau
Gertrude Flynn ............:.......,10 '. '.A eclaltraln'' from Washington;; 'traction! the : dabs: u< In '1IIx? t- .0 '. -_ --I '" .a" :
Prof. Hammet. with his trained an- bearing President Roosevelt, Secretary oeeualoply..mersnr }" .
:feet. In lentii 'it:1 i- lwi.:: l' f:1I'ellOh I ..' -
fowls as i 'k; : & !II't -I
birds aD'ex.
nlmals and Amy '
gave, Charles Bonaparte, the French '' -
: nearly ,11.ta:: < diJ 11.t !it.\;':
::
,
'
hibition
at San 'CarIOi.Opera...House bassador, ,M. Jasserand and other fort '
last night.,for.the benefit of the senior eln..dlgnltrle"number ;of ,United- themselves: taro a'.1:1" !:) .of? l.crft e'In' 'to -- '. .. "
class. Memorial Fund, Ruth Hargrore State? Senator and member"of' th< ,2.000 lIU':s. .pl" v

Seminary.J House of Representatives; arrived nlmr-.t nll'rjws'v.lirro thn'IicIM-! j o f
A seriousfight took place betweentwo here shortly after noontoday. The 'lags are cat of s.l: cwrtrrit'of' tie I

white men last Wednesday distinguished guests were escorted hy :weight!; tlI t'! o J 1 13tf: ocn'ofril b*.* ...; I II

Whltehead street; IB which both were United States Marines and the Academy placed strain! tmm't'.p.sapportsrblch

seriously, Injured. band to.the Armory building the arcbltpft skill ws not The Young Mt-n'l, Association gave where the. memorial exercises will b. provide s dID;t. r.ud with! the lapse
a most enjoyable dance at La Brisa held. f of time the niel.-iicholy spectacle Is

last Thursday evening. All atUndeJ. The program of the exercises'inclu seen of sluts fallen from their plows EisPEciAL

in costume. ei addresses by President Roosevelt,, and of noble and costly structures
Mr. G.'A.' Shaltj has'purchased the Gen. Horace Porter the"former Unlte4 approaching ruin. In some canes the

tailoring establishment formerly owned States Ambassador to France whose Interdependence of the arches leads to

by G. A. Loessner.r efforts brought about the. discovery the same result. One notable Instance

of,the remains of:Admiral John Paul( of this occurred during Colonel Oor-

Jones M. Jasserand. the French AtUlador. ; on's campaign against the Talpings,

r BREEZY NOTES Governor Warfleld. of Maryland : when to allow of the passage of,his
and Secretary'; Bonaparte, who small steamers It was necessary'.to
will preside at the exercise,5 The make a gap In a bridge of over twenty

French gu..rnment..111 be represent arches, and arch after arch collapsed

:: FROM BOYNTONMl'CH -d by' M. Jnsserand Rear Admiral 1 mmedlately after the passage of Us

Campion, his staff,, o" five officer small flotilla.-London Saturday Re I ,;
headed by.Capt.Batelle.;chief of the view. "

naval staff of the French Ministry pt NOW ON AT '

Marine:.Capt. Gnspratte, and twenty: AVERAGE HUMANITY. .r t

IS DOING AT :rII'HUIT officer of the Marseillaise Capt.- Hat : ,. f
: gnet, late naval of former
aide-de-camp beer Pe..l. Ar* ... Tell. Geed Bu
UNO PLACE-A POLITICAL!CON. President Laubet,' and seventeen Oft T.t YftF..*.
fleers of the Conde and CipL.Lefevf*
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What do we mean by a good maa or
VEKSATION OVERHEARD BY and twenty other officers. from thf 1
a bad one. a good woman or a bad 1I
Admiral Aube. I
fa
CORRESPONDENT one? Most people, like the young man 1 \
At the conclusion of the exercise
I In the long an."not very good nor yet I '
witness
In the armory which will be
I ed by more than 6,000 I Invited gaezltiand' very bad." We move about the pas- aIl.
taro of life In huge herds, and all do
'
other holders of ticket of admission Sewell
Bto
the same things at the same times and John
.1( the body of Admiral Jones
Boynton April 23- Fred S.; Dewey for the 8r.
-I same reasons "Forty feeding ,
a land agent of West Palm Beach, wa will be removed from Its temporary ,
.
like ono" Are t. .
we mean Well we ,
place In the of the Ate .
resting .tomb ,
In town Monday, attending to businessand done '
bare some mean thing In'our
grounds,'and carried Bancroft
looking a ter his orange grove. emy to
time.[ Are we generous T Occasionallywe ,
Tomatoes are moving fast this week. Hail; where It will remain until the
permanent resting place in the are. Wore we good sons or dutiful '
Return have been quite satisfactory crypt !
In I the mala bat higher price ..eretxPt'Cted o' the Academy chapel will be cope daughters! We nave both honored and ; : : : : : .",; ,' '
oletei The body ,willl be carried dishonored our parents 'TOO In their ; :
at first"Pop" /
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Rowley and daughter of Man- by petty officer of the American ahdhe turn had done the same by theirs. Dowe :
: .
French warships'and marines jof melt at the sight of misery Indeedwe
gonla. were visitors in town a few :
-
do. Do forget all about It whenwe
we
4x davs-last week. 5 5 ;he two'' fleets will form the escort
of honor ,An admirals salute will be have turned the corner? Frequently
Miss 8. P. William, of Delray ... '
the guest of friends here Sunday. red; during,the transfer of the body, that la so. Do we expect to be put to Shoes Clothing H ts.an"

.Gus. FrtedlanJ of Miami 1* here The officers of the French sqnadroO open shame at the great day of judgment ,

Ltomaloes. Jill;return, to Washington tomorrow ? We should be terribly
packing for the firm of 3
Joseph FrIedland & Bro: evening and will, be entertained *: ed of this did we not cling to men's i GoodJ! .

Miss Florence Palmer was the guest luncheon 'by,Secretary; of the Navy that amid the shocking frllbten'j I Furnishing
;; .of friends at Mangonla Thursday. Bonaparte., In the afternoon they will for the first time made public
Several persons from Hypoluxo were attend a cavalry,' and artillery'drill|"at fairs may fall to attract I

down to Sunday School. Sunday.afternoon Fort Myer, and, In"tbe evening they Judged by the standards of humanity t 4' ''' 1'" .
It will be the* guests 'of M. 'JAllersi4.'be few either bad. t .... ,
people are good or ,II. ,
Rev Cameron' wife and! ,friend. of Trench ambassador; at a dinner "I have not been a great,sinner.! said I I ::: ,, -,...; : 0,. -" ,t ,t .....J_,.> :

West 'Palm' Bach, were guests;'of riven in their_ honor atithe'Frengh: : the dying Kelson; nor had he-be had ."

''- Mrs. O-T.-Harper' last'Friday.> mbassy. On Thunday'the officers only been made a great fool of by a .,, : : ': ,;:...... ..- ,,, !,< .. t: ,,'

::' Allen H. Pence made a business trip will be taken to Mount, Vernon on tint woman.' Mankind Is all tarred with the : ,s.; -t .' -r.t'.J ",!"t. f(1 I.'f f.......; .'.:.:'." ,
theirship'on :
ttelphn. They will return to aome
I, to West Palm.Beach Saturday. same brush, though who chanceto ..
the,following day' and will ..i ,
Eugene Foble has arrived from be operated upon when the brush ."" .
Arcadia and is packing tomatoes 'or probably sail on Saturday || fresh from the barrel get; more than "1't.,

Cullen Pence.! t, -' '. et: their share of the tar. The biography ",
We overheard a man say' the other wants the office so be can draw a fatsalary of a celebrated man'uauall remindsme

t morning-"I wish Gene Dlmlck would and ,not be worried,where his of the ont id-.,of a coast guard- .. "
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come along I want a good cigar. bread Is coming from for the nest man's cotupc -all tar and whitewash.

,Now .Mr.--=:that 11'81' here :yesterday few.years. He is. too slow to do at. Essays of Augustine BIrrelLUJerarjr !
gave me the 1I'orst"one; ever !'bIn;!!" -

tried to'smoke. Why. man" my cheap We might have.heard more but jest << c..I.*. t I Going Zero PricesPAGE

cigarattes are better than it waswon- then.they had to make room for 66 "Why is Kvutcx so often misunderstood a
,:, :ler': tf bethinks I would ,be:'dunce other loafer on the box and pass thlr ?" asked --
the literary person. ,
"' I
enough" to vote for him tobacco around again.: ii'' .rrobabII..l18wered the:man ,whooesn't ,
,- The other man on the other end "' Gene Hunt wa a guest of the BoJjt- ,
,'.. of the dry goods; box ,puffed at'his ton Sunday M care for: poetry."It's.. because '. I .
genius s* frequently falls to talk
I pipe a few moments "and remarked: : The Hotel Freedlnnd is fall up Ifed ."-Excban .' plainly j
"Yea.the old stingy thing ,he Just; more ,are arriving daily /ii10 '. 1i.


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id SECOND SECTION 'i'" ;' 1''MiAMI.. FLA.,, APRIL 24. 1906 i j PA ;ES 9 to 10

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I SPRING TROUSSEAUS : MY POSITION AS CANDIDATE .

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Iii I ARE:'NOW 'THE PROBLEM i In soliciting your rote- for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade I County. I with to call ;your attention to the fac,. that I fully

appreciate that I would be wiring YOU. I realize that I would only; be clerk, and by that I mean that I would be servlnr your lute ;
eats Just the
same all If you should employ me to look alter your PERSONAL business affair.. .. J
lag away" gown from dark bind poplin |f I am no professional politician seeking to defeat any; one but I want the position and promise faithful, careful efficient aid'the s

aa.ahe was baring an eye to next courteous treatment to EVERY citizen of Dade County; Florida. You are the. empl rer. I want to be the employee and request am i
'. CONFRONTING THE PROSPECTIVE VE fail It was la round length Just *** your, ticket as follow: I' to mark
1" escaping the ground and of, three- ow X JAMES F. JAUDON ( .

atBRIDES SOME ,OF THE COSTUMES piece (construction; a back section: ; loa I .
with Its tallnes disposed In triple bur "
+ CLOTHS AND FASHIONS,' plait and two circular portions with WHAT MY HOME PAPERS SAY MY CANDIDACY '

MOSTLY SOUGHT cluster of plaits WJ at regular In- ABOUT'I ,
terrals. all of which were stitched to I CAPT. J. F. JAUDON : CAPT. JAUDON ENTERS RACE

yoke .depth. A seam In the front ; .
in Dntchess style connects the two
t H side sections and adds to the appearance

New York. April '24- There are '*oi of the skirt. With this skirt Miami News, MaTCh It, 1906:. For County Clerkship and Make it d
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blouse a
,' i many; ,of these dear girls who are lust was worn a pretty silk a Four Cornered Contest
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1 trimmed "
; little coat of the blue poplin
,. t now making not, tile great,decision with lace banding. The back had a jCa plain J. F. Jandon'a announcement | _

bat the one secondary: to the seam at the centre and bad two ISKjrstenlay's Morning News that be 'c .+ rtx ft ftMetropolis. ,;

:: 1 greater what shall I hare la my plait at each side of the front the fe? March 10. 1906

i trousseau i: It' la bard for anyone fulness below being pressed into a iil.1 lie a candidate for the office of ', JI'fI

absolute Ian such 'matter exj plait to the lower edge, and the clueing Clerk to him daring Tin rare for the rlerkshli. .
M' [to give iinty brought musty
.. Is made at the center which couldbe
( ,J eept they; know the amount of money formed to rerers. A stole facing ji day the assurance of -the support grows Hlroqsrr and nmr, interesting'
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|:;, to'be spent; the soda obligation that seamed at the center of the back follows : arii: day| and with (he.announcementf I

fwill fall on" the future bride, and her the neck and front edges. The o very many of his frle Js. Capt. '
c. Capl J F Jsu.lnn.I welch
Full elbow sleeres were of one sean appears
$ future residence; out we will give a* cut finished at the lower edge with J6dnn in well knnnn and has ;r'I la 'h.. Metinpnlis this a ternoon. the
!| general a (letter as possible which pointed bands and frills of lace.
i friends throughout the county :
I will yet be*of some help to the judgment A bride who could own several & in u. contort a..umC'tla four-i'ornered t an-

i 'of our bride. There are a few I walking dresses bad her traveling Yo:: feel 1 that he is well .fitted.to fill pest with HIP |rospert '1! a. girth and
suit made of and white over-
grey
exclusively
[ dresses that belong to ,thed' even a myth Into
tbtl person gitling It
and who
checked cheviot, made with a circular oltice of County' Clerk k ,
1 wedding outfit and to ,which ,everybind. with. the !
skirt baring a box plait panel ex- Ji ti yx n next few dayi
attention. 1 make an earnest effort to secure .
| giTes'mucn 1 I''!
end: rom belt to foot front and back : .
J.PerliaJIII 1t is natural that everyv Capt. Jau.loo. the latest' aspirantfor
and the side sections trimmed at the bljiC election. They. point out the fact 1
|girl should want a real wedding dress lower edge with nun' folds Tnt the |plum I I hi 11''II"'D
', "' not a pretty home dress or aa extra I Eton Jacket was a plain affair cut infancy that his excellent business qualities commander
Sue trareliag, suit, but: a real fine outline Short threequartersleeves ; the county He Is 1a. of

wedding gown which she can put away flat collar anj fancy vest all ahi coupled with a commendable the Miami military company: ,. ud'! ala

,#;r i|m momento of the romantic Joyoua depending upon the machine stitching lirnaie life U a commit nion dealer,
| 'day of(days. for decoration. With the suit wa eplht of local, pride and patriotism ,
For the girt who can afford it there silk blouse and grey CapL Jau a cream
worn aritj It crops out In the interest which
I are at hand beautiful material la IIIILaa.1 chip turban trimmed with cream o iii 1 and competent to serve It I the office of
lace which are made especially pompom and grey velvet boWL .heiimanifests in the Miami Rifles in r
4I i I|tor this erent., Most of the nuptial In the traveling bag should be another 1 Clerk of the Circuit' Courtfaithfully;

gowa are made. la princess style which skirt perhaps made outof\, an keeping'the company .up to the standard JAMES F. JAUDO J and well, The captain''r ill- make= a
|with it*,loag: train may; be worn. by old or If new might be of one of the i _
.H! 1M''' abortec sad stouter woman to I pretty Slcllllenne or of serge In dark ff" 0: the beat military organization pDpcUrCawlbUUbr. for j j strong,bid and be a close factor, or.

'whom the princes without these length acteeuortea -I goods:: A number of pretty blouses oihe; stat CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT party; la the contest whop It:close'
line sad
of long will be aecesaaryand: an odd Jacket, ,
t: 1 would be completely'; barred -Taj preferably; of tan 'or mode covet 1 .

t ['ordinary train are width extremely and;la:long made but to of standout an I cloth. This will also be a oaring to the.ew' || In seeking the position of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County; CapC Jandoa realize that those who are not familiar, with. hla I
her from
and keep -
: by: mean of under rude of silk I dress of clothes history and ability; ; should be posted before they cast their rote for him for such an Important office. II. :
'or muslin plaltlnga. ; that conspicuous newness her. a Captain Jaudon Is at present engaged in the commission business, beside being ;jone of the largest vegetable and fruit growers In this costoh.
"bride" all
which write over
} | A beautiful gown wa of "aggent' Catherine JlaaD.PuaDLI Before coming to this place some eight or nine, year ago. he .was In the orange growing business la Orlando Orange County
!eee1ll" saOa trimmed with lace emibroidered -, :fiAs an office man he la eminently; fitted for that position and his long experlenci! in handling all kind of bnslnes and accounts will be of

r '.j with sUr.fr, thread ,The ESCAPED. I itlmable value to him If you should decide to cast ;your rote for him j I jj It. _
r J princess model waa used which to *e- I A MURDERED i As to character and honesty; he stands In the front rank at the last city election: be received a very flattering rote for the position of city i

r &eare the sheath-like It was cut offlat tM assessor and was elected to that position j 1For || '
the waist UM and silvered lace Mitchell.De Laura Went Away Encased !$ a number of years be has been captain of the Miami Rifles and ha no superior In the State.National OnardwhenitcnmatomIlttary! '

I > jStaaerttoa applied between the skirt In Barrel n\ ltel'L Everything Captain Jaudon does he doe welL ; .: "+ t
and the bodice abore. It was -- 111; You could do your county no better service than by; voting for James F. Jsndon and by casting ;your rote for him you win the

It f tfcproper;wltgktlr'dnp.d over the bust and fasItaaud New York. April 23-, ICiltchel De .. right man in the.right place. ', P'
t Laure'i. escape from the,law when ::-' MY PLEDGE" will ontsiJe of the for deputies if should \ect !
dara >*r v a high necked |! not go county my you me to the position of Clerk of the -
_the murder of Frank ROM
for
ought :
yoke of lace and under sleeves or theram. :
of Went Park last suroer aa appear .. .. ...... ...
.- completed! the.oo.tutpef' "' r..... f< /C.... ". MIls
w' itu
from the:.disclosure by> Neptune J A F. JAUDON
,AAaothr brtdaJ "ores. wasot&walte:" '_1!!" : "'- ,.:".
Township official was more sensational ,
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made i"r.
iklrt bad beea .
Dt lace. ,the .. .
and mysterious than many aa episode -
/la the piece and hung la son fold by: I' -,
means of tiny; tack at the waist. A la the;most sensational nor els.Da FOR. ,THtfrvlcTIMsl tI : PROPOSALS FOR PAVING ;_

faott plala. ;lace*bodice 1.I ..* gathered Laure war. accused of baring remit:murdered of if ) t 11 O*:M0..UlT' VESUVIUS. J. B. ns. B. L Laaaeter 'J j EJ Lumcnu._ I
Frank Rose uthe a
OOlce of Com. of Public Works:
at 'the ,belt,uller+a 4' f".ere white aflk'and with It wu won lore affair la which the two' men were New' Yoth. Aptll'nJ For the bene- Miami. Fla. April II, 1M. Thn _
: rivals. Ater the murder De Laura disappeared the Miami Grocery Co.
..a hand"""* little bolero of point lace although detectives anda It of people who were made homeless Sealed bids will be received by -
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Board of Public Work at the city
tile' skirt.;
tie match by; the recent eruptions of Mount:Vesuvius
i the of both these dresses posse scoured the country for mile !stand building until 8:30 p. m.. Monday: '
1 f But price a : charity performanceunder .
beyond UM pan of ,many'of ont the hlldlng place of the murderer wa theT direction or the combined I May 7. 190C. for grading and paving Staple'end Fancy .Groceries: ::
dress could be made never discovered Manager 7th street from the east line of Avenue '
A pretty: theatrical of this city; will FRUITSand VEGETABLESOur ,-
i'I" white messellne which can be had U.appear now from o.e'lt ., :of be:given 'at the Metropolitan Opera D to the west line of the BonlerarJ.
the towaali1p'ollclal that De Lame to be done from curb to curb,
Paving
to be aad up or* tonight.
h ration price I House Many of the most stock of groceriea is complete and we think we can snppljr '
on the night or the murder; was secreted with Miami rock of fineness nfflclent
.: silk foundations clip of prIa- la the house of a countrynian.At promlnentscompanles In the city; will about everything required in the baking line. Uur aim $U to keep f

-i-ees apiDc,OIIt by nine of gore the figure, folE break of day; he wa taken to',the give cen $} of i their. play'' lowing;.eJoeelUM lines. ofiflUtlngEtuhed actors and actresses
ba ri Goods of the
to hL delivered to
and hills of West Parr and literally the and { promptly any part
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: given by city engineer
lathe beck: 'The outer ; ;
J[aid fastened will produce; short sketches and play* .
burled la the deep'pllr at the side under his direction.A city. Our nand vegetable stock always fresh. Giv< as a call
of nine
..1-1 watch 1* composed! gore a score ofjJhe best vaudeville performers [
wteaJa .la corsage atyl above the of a bIlL:. He remained there for,a have iftlnnteered and besides that certified check for 100.00 must MiamjnoridaI

.' waist sad may be'adjusted to the 0 week being provided with provisionsand Mark Twain will make one of'hlscharacteristic accompany this bidThe successful Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Streets
; figure by shirring 'or fine tack to water ,On the.seventh. day; after addresses.I bidder to give bond In the sum of |2SO I nArmstrong's
A derail rut bolero I* the,murder De Laure i waa placed,In ;: for the satisfactory; performance of
joke depth. IF' j ---
;, : added to UM model..which'is shirred an 'empty: beer barrel anj driven oa ,- --". : the contract Erelope to be marked I "! :
shoulders and at the lower board the,steamship Mary E, Patton. Dc11'Ialand, Torture "Proposal for grading and paring -- .
at UM ," I 'I
is i! Viti' ----'r Il
,Line. : ;
dce. sad a trimming banJ extending of the Pleasure Bay .. 7th street"Board
latent UM neck la Tancy: collar effect( Wben the- steamer reached the pier Is' no world than the terrible case of reserves the right to reject

.fad Joined under the arm to a pointed la New York the barrel,' with Ita Kaman Piles that'afflicted me 10 years. Then any and all bid*. 1

:';y; bjck section gives a pleasing finish freight was driven to the dock I.'wa* adved to apply Bucklen'a-Arnica O. .A. McKlnnon.
;".,,'ae ondersleeres are fastened to the1rrIat.w" of aa outgoing Italian steamer bound Salvft-and less than a box permanently M. R. Kellnm Chairman. Meat Market
the pot sleeves .,shirred for Naples.'." There It;was carefully; fared me write ... 8..Nap- Clerk.REGISTRATION. I'
: 'tile top under fancy cuff and again lowered Into: the hold and a* 'the pier of Buggies, Ky. Heal all wound **
; :::' at the seams: U preferred white light of Sandy; Hook grew dim; the burns and _sores .like magic., 25 centsat NOTICE PLACe
fcashemere.. pongee: heartetta aad suspected :murderer was released < an dr$!t... IS, THE!, |
''yHD.
from hla hiding place and minglingwith '
; Jdrap Jf ete eooldbe uecLi Sl The registration book will be opened price for fresh meats when
hla ,companion; war granted \V1tt pay enormous yon
tirtf Allison Market
mad for a very alight o
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7 gown de chine freedom and a rousing welcome by his In the various precinct In Dade can pay choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS l'
of tunic order la crepe .
i'ne wa skirt 1r&I'developed with fire I rescuer' He 1* now It I* said,'Ur Baltimore; April 21 But little county; for four week, beginning. tor rack )less money at Aimstrong's Meat ,
Monday April 2. and' dosing Monday rht.Phone
: asoreL hartag aa Inverted box-plait at log peacefully la Italy, undisturbed charges ,Tomatoe. $2 to $5. .All o |
,.it** back. deep-circular flounce by fear of the law and safely; concealed good stocfc.wanted. T. H. Bran ft Co. lag,all April an 30 opportunity for the purpose; to qualify of glr- 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th StreetYoungs"

the lower edge from. detection. Cincinnati ,April ,21'- Anticipate .
tacks following
:Hrtta. ; themselves to rote la tha Democraticprimary ., '
*care aa additional ripple round the fancy tomatoes, $3.75; choice $1 less. f
to be held 16 aad
on May .
-, and UM foundation .**lrt war cut NO CHAUNCEY DEPEW DINNER, .Well/ Bro&lman Jb Co. 'June 12., ,

faway' ; beneath It. Six ;yards Is the .- --' HemphiAprf.,20-Tomatoea $2.60 i' All'those who wish to be transferred '
Jaeasurement glrea the flounce aad Brooklyn. April 23- For the' first to H> Potatoes, fg; beans $3.. Mar- i from one precinct to another moat I
and three quarter the skirt. Chaun- ket good. |$eesel a: Ashner.
trtree: time In fifteen ;year* Senator
apply to J. C. Burteahaw Larklns,
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ITfce tunic 1* la aerea gore' and la cey M. Depew will not be the guest of Washington, April 20- Tomatoes, I Fla.,; a* the deputy; registration officers Pharmacy', :
,, t Tainted, lower"outline both back aad honor at the annual banquet which $4; cukestt; egg plant $3.CO to M: I are not authorized to make these ,
t. The folaeu at the waist I* the Montauk Club,baa given annually potatoes K to $7. F. A. Denlsonft I transfers.. .

.P la tack to yoke depth to fit ; In honor of the Senator birthday. ; Co. p I hare made the I NCOX POKATBD :.
_'. figure The top of the gown 1* The usual birthday dinner war arranged Richmond;! April 20 -: Tomatoes, this day following .. .
.h with of lace to $3,50. Market good. Croroft appointment of registration officer .
4a. corsage effect ;yoke by the Club for tonight this being $2.50 .
'-paff aleere to the elbow finished with Mr,' Depew's* birthday; but owing_ to .; Crenshaw.. In Dade the different election districts of A Drug Store for The People
"Saner eels from'which' extend lace his recent Ulaea Senator Depew was Atlanta.14 prO 20-Market good ;on county; : : ; :
"jaetaiae uffa. U more becoming ike compelled to .decline.the',Invitation. early vegetables., Bell Bros. : Precinct No.1George Parka. :

,task skirt may terminate at the waist It Is understood la 'well Informed B1rmlpg m. April 20- Tomatoes Precinct No. 2- P. Kitchen.: That's our and it has been the means of adding hun. .: ,
Precinct No. 3 Frank Sheen .
rpotto
t ,4ia* and the bodice be made after one circles that the illness of the Senator $3;: Beans;($2.50; cukes $2.50. prat 1 "
: ,;of the many style: now ao popular. had less to do with his declining the ket gOOd.\& Bell ft: Miles. : Precinct No. 4-Jesse Dangbarty. dreds of( net r customers to our list. We sell! only,the pur

; ; l may J>eof.> om. ,rare old Invitation than the:unpleasant disclosures After <:?few day ::1 will give the 'Precinct No. C- T. J. Haygood. est drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma -
:mn of fine chiffon or tulle and during the, recent:insurance latest by fire. H. D. Allison. ; Precinct No. 6- J. W. TJmstead. 1
of a Precinct No. 7- M. W. Marshall. cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cre .nl in the city '
the hair by mean
i : to Investigation. The banquet win beheld t ,
: wTeatk of coronet or orange bios- without Mr. Depew. I* the Moon Inhabited Precinct No. S- J. W. Ire*
"'" Precinct No. 9 E. Pendleton. :
W.
others! preferred flowthough ,
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pm a some 2 Doors North of Postoff
: .._ molt bride like on this Human Blood Mark Science jhas proven that the moon Precinct No. 10-Joe ChaDle. t.
"; 'ply at least to hare a few of the brtd- baa an atmosphere, which makes life I Precinct No.' 11 -Alf Peacock
flower some where about the CD- la some fohn possible on that satellitebut Precinct No. 12 A. T. DnraL W. E.
x.ma. The nil may be partly: over Aisle of horror war told by>> 'marks not tot;human beings, who have a Precinct No. 13- George Moody.; Youngs, :Pies

'stb.. face. cover the whole figure, or of human blood la the borne of J..W I hard enough (;,.time on this earth of our Precinct No 14- O. I.. Hargrare. .. ... H "' _
', of the' kind that fastened to the Williams a well known merchant especially; {those.who dont know that Precinct No. 15- B.. P. UpplneotL .

cornet flowing out behind. ewer Sac- Ky. He writes:. "Twenty: ;yean I Electric Bitters cure headache biliousness J. C. BartelhaW.'Sapemsor Ed. Robinson
trala only.f : ago I had sever hemorrhage of the malaria, chills andferer. Jaundice of Registration. ,
jTh second dress to be considered lungs, and was near death wuen I began dyspepsia, dizziness torpid liver L :
J .1M -come away" owa. and if ODe taking Dr. King1* New Discovery.It kidney complalnts, eneral debility; and NOTICEAll
|ea haft but few to one* wardrobe cure hemorrhages chronic cough, female ireaKnesses. UneqnalpJ a the dry good- clothing ind Contracting Electritiarilore r
.& 'drew should be of those materiW settled colds and bronchitis and U general jtotrtc,and appetizer for weak Jewelry store will,on May; 1. begin .
;? color'aad ityle; 'that it will serve; the only; known cure for:weak lung persons' D!:; specially; for the'&& & It closing! at C o'clock p: m.. daily except I "' ,' Y

:Maay purposes la the future. j Every bottle guaranteed by all druggl induce sound sleep. Fully; guaranteedby Saturday, until the first of No I Ave D Miami i Florida

'. r.em!.Drld.tUvlop.d, ,.IarP t. Me and IL :Trial botl free.. ; all,JrotgUta. Price. only 6Ocjo.' '" vember. Miami Merchant ..*.D. J
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,. _- n yr '_ "J" ""$' >"I"M'__ "oo;> ,,-"t:1i": ''r"" 'j:," ', -' ," < _.. J' ,< ,.
ypAtit ._ : THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOU TUIMAY. AWIILANSWERE ? '' ._ .. ". '", '- <:t:'"" ._
TEN
1fT--------- .", _. T-t-
r lecesslty for protection,from; cold, sal

QUESTION. : ther is. thus saving of about IJOI

.. .111.n ii acre which U the cost of akeddlag
., ,,"" r f jjirther northT: The e are tin to twelve .

thousand plants to the acre and tka Bink f yBisca
the.Prospective Settler : .De
don ation of Interest to flint brings In the neighborhood Of

Concerning Miami andthe Southern from 60 cents a doses for Bed Spanish ;
t25 cents a piece for Porto Rieoa-

Portion of Dade County. fl e percentage ot, plants ,fruiting."dapenJs .

hi. upon the care and Judgment exejrclsed ORGAIYi'f4; t' 4ft_ ... J cr 1# j ;t !., i4 t' ... -!. :
in their culture some growers I ,
-' ping succeeded ta securing fruit

directed to iencei of elvlllz.t oD, as electric lights; Stem 90 per cent of the plants la their f
'the So Metropolis many Inquiries by prospective are settler w.iir works .sewerage telephone' .,..- pl.eriahLands a.; : Capital l $27.300. Surplus $3,500M Deposits over $200,000.00; )( ):

or home seekers concerning conditions tem free mall denvery.three aawapa.pen. y may be purchased from tS or .

'existing In this put' at'the country, two national baaka. one Stale $10.... aa acre up depending on proximity ,

and the burden: of correspondence en- bank ate. It his nUet'oCMaotifar i to roads and shipping point Oool1flds
bas become so heavy atreeta of native whit atone It la on rock road within 6 miles of

that tailed we thereby'have attempted la tie following practically- .'terlDbaa of the FloriJa MIaml may be'had for ISO an acre and ,Statement at the. close of business, ':February'

to' summarise such Information East Coast Railway, for though an ex- $ times less than,that aunt for land
article M ta most Important, and to tension of the road kaa'recently been not Immediately on a road. The same 23, 1906, as reported to the State Comptroller:

answer the Questions most frequently built, penetrating Ua 'farming land ciA aftr: of land,,farther :away from I '

this means that forty-flta mileS south this la merelya l transportation facilities can, of course,
asked. It Is, hoped by -
a sample copy of the paper "which feeder to the commerce' of this city. yk purchased for less The land Is aaptbmlslnv. .
t hundreds are sent out will In mostcases i Here are located tka ateamahlp docks In appearance'to those ae
purpose" Intended better I of tile P. A 0;Stetmihlp Company. ciistomed to the deep, rich soils otolber Resources
; serve the
' than 'personalletter. Speclne! Information whoa lines are operated to Kay Westto > Slates);,being rocky and sand)

writingto Havana and'U Nissan immense ;ftf results can be obtained from tlI'ir. Loans and discounts . .
may be obtained by . . . .$159.85. .13
any of the real -state or other !firms wharves etc:. are betel praJecteJ. to in" of, the returns'realised Real Estate owned. . ... . -. eo. 17,53 .91
keep pact"with the Tartly Increased tram the. more ferUle sections'fit tbgiuntrj. '
In tAIl
,whose advertisements, appear I Fertilizer Furniture and fixtures. : . .3,1125'
become familiar I maritime business that moat follow oa must.. used, bat
paper; with and the local best conditions way to progress, the deepening of the karbor. work'onwhich the..... returns'more'than Justify- the exponditure Current expenses. .1 t . eo '. . . r . 126.83

la BOW actually procresiinc An Involved.ffcponple .
happenings.
curreut.r
'industries and Cash
contemplating removing to this appropriation of $300.000 baa beeJI"N- of.energy 'and Industry ar. Account
whO
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section, la through reading the. Daily cured [from the meat, for"kar, rartdyelcomed:: and'the"country's U. S. Bonds . O .. . . .5 2200.00 ,
bor improvement; aid lbs Florida l velopmont being practically, Just be-
or tile Weekly Metropolis, the former ,tim Due from Banks. .! : .: . . 58379.50 ,.
address East Coast Railroad pledged j| there Is room for ail to reap the .
' of which: will be eDt' to any$1.25 for expend a like amount., Thua, 1600.000 (fttnefita' which must'ensue' 'as'the -reU It. Cash in Vault. . . . . . 39.94229 ,

r at three the months rate of; $5.00 the Weekly a year. a large la DOW being tied for chit purpose andIt .1"" "t of such Development" Capital finds .'\Ii"- Total avalrable cash,. . ". ... . . .. 100.52179 .""t'

paper-be1ug milled for '1.50 la a mass cerUlaty that further ap- here most profitable Investment, while 282,281.91 "
Ca S-psge propriatlona will be secured until the i ajar is In demand and well paid. Peapjji -
a year. Liabilities
harbor U IB a condition eomme>uarate of moderate means who come kereiud
TUB CITY OF MIAMIpraag '
with IU \Importance from a commercial. buy email tract of land.'make +
oat of the wMsrasss'' alas ., geograpklcal-aaJ; atrateglcalatandpolnt i Mint home-- ..set* / out fruit trees, and Capital Stock. . . : . . . o-. .. 27.300.00

baring reached Surplus . . . : . ..
+ rats ago. lbs railroad -:- a Importance.recognteied ;; -waiting"for these to come Into '.' . ; ., 3, 00,00

ills sottt April U. MM Prior to this by public-men at. 'the, aitlonal capital, bearing, engage' In trucking' are a- Dividends not called! for. . "c' . . ; 140.00

UBMoaa store whoa* trade was. p teA and by all who will ataJy,the loath thy') without exception successful Earnings accounts. . . : . .. 1 1,433.81,

tpally .with la*: Indians and a fewjnattarsd of this port and'Ita reladoa to Insular lhd this sucees costs less effort than Bills payable . . .' .. . . . 25000.00

f lll\oq..... eking oat a.preear-... .tkaaaafartxta I and Sooth American commerce., to jtf other parts of"the country, while Cashier checks. .. . . . . . 994.18

MM.UveUhcod fit'by eooatla wrecking starch, were I say nothing of the:"aat.traJe 'that the...- climatic conditions,render. outdoor Bank deposits. .. ... .," .." .-.,'r ., : .' ... .- 9.85438
.. must spring Into exlitence'upon, the !irk possible every'day in the : ,
year CerUflcafes of . .. . '
the only nWeaeeaof dvUlxaUoa. On ill. the deposit . .. J 15,732.68
completion Panama canal. pjik the health .benefits_ of'such'ppenair an :
Jaly tt. im/Mlaml was Incorporated A 'glance' atthe; map will 'show the L life thrown U: ,At the same Individual deposits. J-". '. ; . ... ; ,.1 198326.86

m&eit7.'tarnishing perhaps the only 'moat'casual observer the. poaalbllltlea ..people. who are enjoying.health } $. a.781.91 {
iatrOB,record 1m whkk'a fall !the .future.holds for'the. Magic CIty sod moderate success In their presentlbodes.had "

..edged trst city having came Ilea Uto a exlataBeewltkMt towa. Three- SCHOOLS- AND .CHURCHES' .I:" There should better be weighty say; where reasoas they to are.tar I I The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20'perAerit...

1 aadrad'reglstared waters an required Miami .bia..,of tile beat public hence anyone to make a move of such of Its deposits In cash or with reserve banks. This bank, as

W .. entitle "y aomm city to be called aeboola the In"the'u4 State'1P'eoaraea., embracing.both. Importance '1>eople'wbo..haye made will be seen by the bove statement .has over 40 per: cent of

a city. leas:tkaa.that ammber,eonsOMUmffttovm The bnlldlAga"ommo are Urge and wJl TCBUlated. [iti.ures'elsewhere. .ere not like > ; : Its deposits available In cash., No bank In the state makes'aMtter

,,At a seating held.'thus far and u.ere'1a a eompet..t corps )tart' successful" kere. aadindustry showing, or is In better condition to 'serve its depositors '
the purpose of UcorporaUoa. f due 'ess tnttt
as te good for.
'aee- ,
.s.balt'months the first of teacher A Catholic convent.,
sal after
Lane here as ta any other part of the
crala.reached %ltml. J44 ,Votes were and to none In ,the State; Ln' fall jjjbbeJlf ''

... .ft i jr-osi growth- ,of lair (operation. giving laatractlona' to both It Is desired to,engage In general .I
arty, period aaa keaa sustainedknMghout iexea There are alao prirai; aeboola.a tanning' the .
la raising of wheat -- -
l eon,
cllM city's I musical coBaerratory and art school ..... .
( tke eight years .
oR oats, peaches. apples grapes or .
f ao that: ivory educational neeJ.maybe I ,
C aiatory.POPULATION. aupplJed "There ara"about thirty liner products' of the temperate tons i .- ,- .: -. : -- ", ,I., w-
.JBTO. floiirUhlng'.cl ooIiJa: -dli eoonty. "' pee i must cast'"his lot woe_ hundreds. of
hit at praaaatra riitdat : mites to the north cold .
Miami pop ICvery rellglona denomtnatloii la represented ;and accept the .t -
.
sl.ea.'of betweea WOO and T.OOQ. la -and' the .following have hat,la part!of the 'egacy .of land -

sal winter months this population. to lwad om."claarei 'bnddlnga: Preaby- irhere"these things eaD' be growa.Neither .
tka addition of tkousaada ta this stock raising The Fort Dallas National
3: Mgmeatad .' tartan Epliifopallaa: Cata.l1 .' U. .aT a country. Bank
"'{ ot tldtarm'moWy- of th4' wealth.. Church M.KV- Church. South; and Dice! Is a "no' fence taw, which la a ,
< Mat 'eUaaaij vk! eome to enjoy, tie i t' treat boon, to the ,settler of,limited .
BaWti'hIE j A. .
Meal eUmata aid tke finest fishing toIke t aeans,,and,there U very;little lire ., ,

.; .world. -To accommodate tkese"tlsUore SOILS principal AND Industry PEO1)UCI'iThe ta this.wen lock c In ''the couEtry" Oa the other I 6774 "

.tkere are '........ kotela Lion la the growiig of frulta aaJter win- ,und,:.lf. ,-It la'desired. to engage la''7 tke
jai balding koaseeprlaelpai;;among culture of cltrua fruits, pineapples, Ta. .
'Vegetiblea Northern'murket
for the
!
.;; r. kick II fbi stately Hotel Royal Palm Tomatoes. the map $oiie:tropical, or:semi-tropical; traits, .
form staple I
aad tka grand ton Halcyon HalLbothaviir''MTtt tike'growing of.vegetables. at the met ,
.
18/:..... grandeur..and aceonuaodatlag but there are Urge quantities- -' of other tom of the year when all'other 'parts United States : ;
taemuea.Tke .' vegetables grown, neck aa- tomatoe* (>f the 'country'are'ta t.I1e--irJp'Gr ...- Depository. ::::: Depository; State1of! Florida
'\ egg plant, pepper ,:) as eta Tka '
population.to cosmopolitan.. p: D.tS"rrOaa fir, this section offers"decided advaatr
planting, aeaaon about
vary atat* to tka Union tarnishing itgmofaTstspn..statuv.e. ika, ,over .any.:' other portion ; of the I '
4e1tIr October, 1 to January IS and.the. kit Urfffed Slates.c '
; ustsow..a of the hlpmentafare item North from :;
NVflJ'
_
..q' element to .'
Ie foreign
November, until:May although, there Report of condition Eon'ApriI'61h.1906s''I ; ; to
CLOCATBWrtttef 1 PROPOSALS FOR PAVINO. :-; : r'1""
being practically difference la the
,DO_ :
.
from panoaal, experience. aeaaona, seeds may.be planted or vegetablea I :the .Comptroller of the, CurrencyCondeaseds I
omce
after TUtttag Caufornls'sed other aeetioaa of Com..oC Public Works. .
.4. where eUmatle conditions "areeoastdared gathered ..i day In the year. .t d Miami, Fla,' April:1C, IfOfi.: ,.)";..1
at their beat ,was'as nkea- Vegetables are grown.usually oa ;the o,1 Sealed bids will be received by the s /j.' ". .,. ." "". .JiJ.:\ .: ,
prairie land, which are free, front Board f of Public 'Works' at. the :city I i.iResources": < J :
; fr Hmff ray that Miami hat lbs moat building until 8:20 .
Umber and areebmpoae4"of a kind of p. m. ; Monday ,
.
,; perfaet'wtataf climate In;tie U.u.e.s mad: i ii. t ": .,; Slay 7,' 1906,- for;grading and paving .
Utia/CoUttafke lt wahewn, ... ; 1 8th street from the east line of Avenue \-,.- !." ,

.allghtest frost beingt very ;.rare., which riutta'ars,J ara;slightly ciVwa"OD'higher poe thu''landa the,. Paving D to thewest to, be done line.of from the curb Boulevard.to curb discount ..'\....,.... .... .... ..:............: ...$422,070.60Overdrafts '
The.warmtk ot summa Is,t tempered # .
and la this rocky 1th Miami rock of fineness sufficient secured. .. ... ..... .... .. .. : ''i
r hT tke eoollmg kraeaea from.the Av prairies sectloa very i l 'make' a"'perfectly satisfactory Job .Io. 4. ......'. .. ,747.7 .

hate and tke ilfttest' temperature This rock is a peculiar coral r formation Ih accordance with' grades and profile U, 8...:Bonds, and pr mium ..:. .. ....; ..h.... .. .: ...J, ooo.ooO
,
i ;jeeordad by the government thermom- containing a great 'deal of plant.food, to>> be given by the city engineer and i ; .

.Ur daring the simmer months la.... U evidenced by the fact that In many. finder, his' direction. r h'er stocks and 'Bopds...... .,..,...,..... ."..1'.;.. ... ,000.00
phces orange and other trots ttea'are' A certified check"for' 100.00 must 711
HEALTH: '' accompany this blX 'The successful BankingHonse... ... ... ...... .. ..u.. ;._ .. .:... '>.. -. ()000.00
raib'hmoi tke'first ta to ,be seen bearing thriftily, though Wdder to .. .
tile dun I I < give bond In the sum of |2S(
As'lpilbsd Bcatea. to'potat'of kealtk. apparently: standing_on' a solid plate for, the satisfactory performance 'or Dae-from banks and U. S. Treasurer..... ..... J-r,.' :-.::. ,657.92Cade .

Thus H eatire freedom from malaria; of this rock. Being of' aporous'or :the: contract.,Eyelopea.grading to.and... 'mutedPropoala.for paving in vault ...... .. m.-., .:..::. .. ... .. ;rf'. .,' .4 ,75'3.83
"' honey-combed stractara tka nats'otthe ,.. "
'
aid than. an BO"prevailing disease: 8th Street"' ,, '
.I"-n-t-'IcIa." i ... common toy trees"ara enabled-to, peaetrai itand1draw I Board reBt'nps' the;right to reject 4r $725,23513
aO pats
has. robbed la part,cI their power, as would appeal to ben_ ".iT'upromia- a..w, McKlnnon. : lt8.bilities' +r;
'source.; J. M. R. Kellum; Chairman. : .
IDs
key asaany,appear la a. mild 'form This rock by, the way, .- ,Clerk I
makes beautiful :
effects a and durable building
aad rarely leave tile bad .1aIdaeauo.rtM .,
: nb'of lib material,''and the aewconrthouse NOTICE I '
dlaesae.
,
Capital.Snrplbl
elsewkere'' Scarlet fever'sad .lira- and'Jail:as well as"several residences' I I 'I :

dserta are :unknown, wkfe typhoid In the city: built of this atone,.'are Sealed bldl' for and undivided profits. .. :.,..:'..'+.. .. ...::...'... 6,766.67
muck admired : layingr; eight' tack : ,
by all visitors It also F .
frer to rarely herd of., It te a desb- makes the'finest road'material in"the terra cotta sewer on'19th Itreet from National. Bank Notes.. .......... .....,..o.. .. ..... .':v. 52,000.00
from .Jnanbole .
.... pUos for those smfferlng ,In ;Brtckell Avenue to 'Avei t
list troablea, .asthma, eaUrrk, 'and I worU. and Dade county 1ea4a"all others >ue D;and thence along Avenue D to DEPOSITS. .. : .566,468.46.
which la the State In mileage aad 'condition connect: with manhole at center of 11th,1reet".111 .r; i
atBSar asaaee are ,prevalent
of her '1P." ;. be received by the Board : $725,235.13
.
ettmatea. )Many af .
toeaUor
$ persons /-Public, Works at their ,mealing .
: bated with try da bra come hue The felt ;cultivated are chiefly in city council room. May 7,' IMC .y
shl has bah cared or'graaUr baneRtleJ. grape-fruit.; oranges,,.and pineapples t Bidden to 4 do all necessary work

., Of ooana,this la act the ease gaavas.' mangoes avocado"pears ani end furnish all materials... Work tope

ta every Iute.-_People -die .... aslke limes are largely produced but being flty done engineer.under the Plans.supervision: profiles of and the The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and new-every

>. d. ...",... aUe'' '''Noeoeatry Indigenous to tka"country. they' "thrive Specifications can be seen ta the office, favor consistent with sound Banking ideas, and every accomodarion in keeping
halo yat bees discovered.where people with little:.or:,,i no' cultivation: Citrus ofthe clerk of the board.. with their balances and finan tal standing |

ara tamaaa from desth'aad 41.. .... trees. ,.will require, from:,three to, five Certified'check ,for the amount of.
U ka ... ttoa. It .*y' ka tratkfaBy years lafter pUntmg to produce frulL 1 100. must accompany each i Wd..Satisfactory'bond .
In ,toe'sum of
:' aid Oat die condlUoaa tending Pineapples, which grow* oa a plan |SOO to be given by successful bidder -
ta gaMral kailtkfatiiasa are aakto favor. somewhat resembling the.cactus and for completion of work In perfect man- +j
d Mia ajty aacOoa cI tile eomntry.itotkaatanoat retch aW propagated by setting slips ,er.., Board reserves the right to reJect \
tisd la acre or,suckers, bear trait la 11.month any" and all bids.. Wm.. M., Grown( President 6eo. R. GoBph. GasMer

Tffll UTI'B TJTURBisfl after planting .IB this section.they Il6. ? SD"" Board Ceo. A.of McKlnnon.Public Works.; :

,'" l pIam 1 1 moloa con.m.r .re grown ta the open. there being no U. R._ Kellum. Clerk., .

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