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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: May 1, 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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packed up'at once and went to $ tt 4

slnmee. Here he, found a sma > I Mean: J.'D.; '
ARE R1 SLED Oodmafl and Chas.'Bahn'injured LAKETRAFFIGSUSPirra
Aft) MANY l )
... : town' when everybody knew' everything this Aftanwoii .
about the new teacher being a '
,c.: married man. The honor sat strangely .
\ :. on his young shoulders bat believing A 1uautr u.'_ 1T 'occurred '0J1A..enu. .; a

71. ._ he would have a gnat deal of studying r ) D this afternoon,about.tJO

for social duties he acted the role;:. Supenntendent'J.'l;' Wlman.. .whH9 ,:
f Win Hand., But;Control With. l a lonely: tleDe.let'to perfection; and standing In,trout o :"Hahn's hsmes -:.If"Strlt' Co4ioaie\ 'a
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shop and Hahn Mr.Oodman .
v many a kind friend,, wished him Joy 1I'hD.:1It ,and "
yForce-StrikeraWiDt an Eight when :he'-left, it the close: of .the wen, making some repairs to Month Thousands Will;,be Out:
school'to .ee' his -"wife"Last', fall 1 I the same, a frightenedand ,

."Hour. : Day and Weekly. Holiday. Idea when'of he carrying,came,to;on/the:Miami.-masquerade had no, F Mr.' .uddel111a: between street ,of EmploymentCleveland. t. 1- 1-

'I1>,Jl but found here too. that la some way: the wheel and the body of the vehide

we are not ddfled., Th story of his y'tst. at ,the. time, and wsj carried some lit- '
J v.Y. tlte had J already ;;preceded; him "and fle distance.befon hewu.: released
ParlaJa7"Preparations for which with embellIshments he' never heard : t.F t. and thrown to the pavement ,recelrtemple : :.May" 1- :Evenl: member rA

f-government had made prodigious of ,until last week,_, The story had i toga: cut on hl'-rich" and some of the marine tra porc' and ,long
arrangements. finds many quarters o{ been', so\well spread .thatbefore'hel, other braises.Mr. 'J shoremen's unions on the docks hew
;Parts presenting the appearance.ot an knew It, he was again:acting the discreet .- Hahn was no so fortunate'and quit at'midnight\ last night Ud act
I armed'camp ,today... ,The forces:are benedict," The glris at,school was carried a greater distance beforehe a pound of :ore'or gram :];ls being
concentrated under the Prefect of PoHce. were",treated 'so properly 'ant with fell'oat and.wai run over by the .handled'In Cleveland today: '
;\sad It 1* estimated that (0,000PT such dignity that/they talked of'how wheels of the vehtel v, 'He was anile The same : at. practically ti .
troops, 12.000 police and 1,000 guards.gendarmen vmarriage, bad sobered him.'He, bad!j Injured and Was carried to his I -every Lake Eric port. .Every s
r,.- : and,. detectives are nndetorders. went;:out with numerous parties>but room and a physician sammone : .' ," ', ._ very seldom took a single unprotected believed that DO (bones arebroke. .The strike hen effect ilrectly 'a' '


1m; :troops ,at' midnight:began 'to young lady au:p1a", Yet these few ? Continuing 1U .Dlghtthe: horse col thousand seamen 'and It.Js ;[estimated
guard the of public water were ,, L tided .wdb'oaer'or two:otter'vehicles that Y
sources gas times his ruination' :tastweek if$; '- If It continues a month!that thirty
(:and electric supplies.and strong bodies He heard that he had a wife at various : y tF' before.It.was stopped at,14th street thousand' men In. Cleveland alone
....of a troops are placed, at, the principal lUcea,. all the way. from DaytonaitoVirginia. it t It was said that an aged nan was:;'ram will be thrown out of work on accountof : :
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s: railroad stations.&t'.,' \ .*:; The aame'11'1'e, yon understand over-also and ,Iniuted.' but his name a of the coal tra1I! ;
stoppage ;
jftLvTht.Bankrot France is guarded byInfantry but Ills keepers' were uncertain ..' :1'' 'GEO. A -WQRLEY" could, .not.be learned., .
: :' : and cavalry-and troops are is ,to her location.: Fp to.thattimeMr ; : ., THRU THOUSAND : I:
vicinities of aH leading of '. j. Dauntless Arrived with T.. '
,:patrolling the Bragg was In Ignorance .. 'Gulf AT CHICAGO -
:t', ag banks'and Important. "-commercial. 'here being any gossip whatever,about ': 'f .>- ;The,tug Dauntless.' 'CaPi.W.: .T. Lew I, ,l"
establish menta. Urn, and his wrath foamed. and frothed arrived In port today at noon from Cb1cqo.'lIa7'lf=- Tkrei thousand .
: -' ,The:striekers,an: :'parading with, like ,a sedliu powder. One sedate Mdate: ,: FofRcpresentatiyc:. Jacksonville towing; three large barges longshoremen quit the work;of unloading
: cockades bearing the.:;1I'orm. 1: friend tried to.quote blur"Oh;what a 9 for the F. E. C..Rallawy extension op- vessels at South Chicago' at mla ,
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bOGh with weekly;.holiday. ,TronbUaaOclpatid. I I tangled web we .weav.;when first we .. eraUont.! Two of pie bartei ,are SOx night last night -
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r-" Into:aneh' a spasm or binchter: >abe ,,',; Lewjs1.} reports uneventful trip south MANY,THOUlAND OUT '
''MANY-ARRESTS,) _y'E'j', t, pnith.eirof; : ;: ,!jt. .,' .':Bragg .iM ..' :' and says the statement In the,Times- ,. IN MASSACl (USSTTSBoston. ,
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left yesterday'moming.for'New.-Tork t Union- that the tnt Mars also'en -
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;'t' from where he,win go to bit home toCharlottetvUle 'Mr.:,Wjri r.haa e! r held public officev :Hot has 1 ev aspiredt'ti:!apolitical route herewith a tow was a mistake. May l-1Iat'Da7J11'u marked '

Sf'" '. Cavairy'andInfantry :Vai::for.hisVacation. position: ot.honori'.,though;,prominent. Jn Democratic politics The Mars was at Jacksonville and sail. by 5 numerous strikes :In New -.
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Paris. May 1. His { detachments.have-taken port- the highest order.and his gentlemanly ever '..aince'hi)bccainftafe; ident of Dad ,County; : ten years ago;and {went north. with In tow. land. :The majority o: the'difference.

'."flow throughout Paris' as a precautiontlgainstHayDajdisturbances qualities won hIm"-11UUI1 Mends ,who these knot aifflace from"Stuart. tai Homestead*,,where his'voice has. 'not I The Dauntless will return to Jackson"V were' ,.confined to the building trades
: A thousand
'. At will. welcome bIm{back; yen. ,tf.,he'is been heard iti.idro acl'of Pcinocracj and Democratic principals.., 'Mjv. ville .after,another ow this. Afternoouortomorrow" an hour men at.,Lawrence' 'demand t
*j OiO''clock ,. batalllon.ofc Infantry ? -- : eight day 'with4 wage of ''y,
.. ,was "stationed :atthe .terrace :>; the not married.Blinefield:- Worley :is' a>" JEtwyerpf: ability:with:'few'\equals and no'peers.: w, .A: ad 1 moral.ig. $3 per,day. .. ft l"

I Bourse, and:'detachments were'drawn -- orator! 'l he."'itaids_"pfe-eminentlv, J inathe'Srst''ranklofihony_ i:: i our'fair . "T : Two hundred' mechanics are' out".at '

topat: each'.In'-i'; a 'c;: excepting, Statet and a.%5 man 'of ,persistent: and dogged: tenacities he ,has ao Lynn; an.! other: localities report' a '
uninterrupted,; J 'SIELMERIS. : similar condition., -
t abs.'was BRITISH : at'all times pcrsollali.1ti'tbat ERICANS.IN.lEAD N "
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,Workmen are quietly" gathering at perior. lie cable; ; agreeable ; po es c a : :

'. Palace'de Republic. ,11:20 o'clock attract(i and 'wins?friends, and which'alone,would make him a ;:, i MARINE-WORKERS, -

i account Of Increasing excitement at ., : : power iaLegi4attreballs:: ;A Deter"roan' .'than.'Mr;'Worle< .Palac>Je Bepobllc;,'-the' troops 'RAMMtDt .IN G .
je beTloand--Miami Metrppbiis : ECIANf "- :-I ,
ttervened and a hundred arredts were :. I 1, _Duluth May 1:- The marine workers
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The prisoners 1I'ere.taba ba" : -r RANDSUN strike was omcla117"luaulUtat.d$ here .
'Justice, who passed Quickly OM NEARFdURNUNDREDN t THFGOUNTY l QlONSi midnight; Tugmen: hqweverfaOed -
J uses':and the disturbers. : were f "GAMES'--[ ,to receive'orders,and e.working: xs

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i A detachment of troops )has just taJt.'OIiUou' ,.' :/ [ MONTIIIY 'I -
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I Striking printers' attempted labotbeaaaiagingrevolatlonarysongs to- 1 9a .. I # : t',, :1 t- the greater part la at a standstill her* ,
In from
procession ,
I Weot Down'Off BeacayHelid.litter SESSION : Hive?-, Taken First Honors today; Vessel' < making .
Already Teaser
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ey.were attacked'by thi police U4thf ; ; ; ,., :1 sald..bowever., that- they "hrllt mow

i latter drew,revolvers'. ""' breaking up. ., ColliilonSWltb.'BsrkKste : .,.., ", ; : ,. H ,.. .. : ; ;Greeks J are Second, them;when. ready,, r'r'MR r'x
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police'guard has'been\paee4'a1.. : ThomasMP.rt, ";"" ... :,... I ,'. :, Swedes'T ird and;Englishmen ,
: -embassy. ) ;/ ,.. "- .. ..:,:, 'I :t, WORLEYt ITINERARY.

At>,.p. m,:the. Place 'doRepublicwas of Her.CrewWere79rowoed .. .IN."THIS"-,. RECINCT" ,- ">Olt, .TH&AP-'* WHAT COUNTY. : COMMISSIONERSDID ,I '. Fourth:In ''',-' -' t a
conUauous'arrests r II Went'Up the County 'n. ea-
the scene of : ; -'OV AHUNpREoTRANSFER8 .
AT THIS MORNINGS MEET
number of disorderly persons. havecreased II H... ., PROACHINtktPRIMARY ': (I' the Etents-' tI i a pall"',

: to several thousand., -A de- WERE. INa;; ROAD:MATTERSCONSIDIRED I TJ'

eat: of four hundred Infantry AM MADE" ALSo-B60KS' CtOaEO ANO ACTED UPON 'HoD. Coo A.Warl 4 i, torthe = ;
In the Place de LetoDe.PESSOR : : ; -4 *
eked arms r" "
',: '" .State Legislature from bade coon-:
;;:; "t ... New Haven Bag'. Ma>.l-'The Belt I-- ,-- 'Athens,'Greece, : (ay.1- The Amen tr.went up the county this morningon
ERAGGS'i
) ok : an omclal canvas and will be gone ,
Blanefield today
ish steamer WM ** leans'thave..alreaJ; won the -greatest
/ VUTTCE,M ASQUERADkded : Bead .the'BrtUaa Dark ., r all the week,/addressing he voters.and ;k
offBachy' by '
t.. ....- Kate,'Thomas.' ;' ., '-'; Mr...Jv F":. t' tblb.; ,The' Board of County Commissioners l number of:events.. n the'athletic con- His Itinerary Is a* follows:.

,Him, to Miami and'the Girls Five persons arereported drowned.The tion officer;:m;| all':members'present,::met":this mornIng tests here.:.. .'_ ';It Stuart-This afternoon.

: Wen'.On... ?. captain and nine of'the crew;.were district.'stated'iioday! :that "he had vet. In,'regular. session.." : The Greeks-come second,. 'SWedeatbIrd Jupiter Tonight. .'
i. '. ...w. landed by a'pilot boafaaJ: It U belier-', Istered ''up t.;'ijast" J.pt,4 the Several' ,, road 'petitions,,;gmptainb' ," and Engllsho en fourth. The su- Palm BeachTomorro B t night. <
Delray
:The that "truth Is strang- ed that fourteen 'others 1'e'been weeks'thw fu.th[> books were open "the. part'"of,"the pertor, Individual ;' of the/American and -21
better
old saying lived., four etc, occupied: ; ; ::, competitors1 t 'Is,acl nowiedged. an, Pompano rntonInda1"
than ftC OJ1'Jw come'true again. Blanefield was 399personi.Beldesrthese> : $1 forenoon' though action' iii ''Fort
bet The ,cargo of the' ; .session I but.the defeated athletes trying to -
,this time these. Is so much' fiction valued two hundred and fifty, thousand there will probably deferred- one all except one declaring" a find solace ta the 'set that the Amer, 'W; understood' that Bon. J. v..'
I 'upTtn'tbe: story that no oneowwhg district'from' "*on-who Is' also a candidate for
transfersto this scans had a .superiority In'numbers
dollars f be 125 public road from Perrlne to Homestead ; < ; "
the Is on. .Mr, Hen- .
Joka ,
others In the J&wnty",These transfers below'a'dlstance of In,nearly..all the.eVents competed.! the Legislature -Dadeonnty, win
5. Peyton Bragg.the popular and el" tnd ,about fifteen -' '
*, .. were made direct to supevlsor of registration begIJ1" ilia canvas the eatty part 'or
lent teacher of science and mathsamatfci ASSOLUTE'QUIET',: miles. In'Af next tteek; and make speeches at all
,hawVand..eonsequentlyMriChaine'could :
Bnrte Papers
hero ta and,the the:Miami villain.:High of the,School romance isrlfce FOLLOWS. ,THE'IHOO',' -. ., ,'INQ ; : not say Just bow{r 'The'rest of ;,the, morning' ie *IoiwaVoecnpied During.filed the.I month..of! April., 327,doc. places .In,'tte _county t :

I which becomes funaler.. .every. time.' ItrThre Mt CarmeL'Ma1Abaolnte'Q let many' then neighborhood.-a)?, but they*, are. In the. ,In receiving and auditing uments'were i; sled for record Jn tnclerk's Crate Material. I for, Keys f j 4
here .this morning\ followingthe above '! bills:and pawing,upon other matters office of the circuit court' Oi
told; prevailed lnfdrrtiatlon number vessels of
A [various daerlptloua'

It was Impossible to secure o' routine nature The'' board will the 171 deeds'of
or:four years ago. Mr, Bragg shooting o' ae..erall41. mine work- number wore conveyance are now engaged In carry-
today"frnintbe'other precinctsof probably finish- Ita business and adI and 63 mortgage liens, charters t
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engsged'Inthe'businessofelseengineering' detachmentrof.;Constabulary ; ,
'was era by'a that lug large, cargorsof, crate materialto
It Is known '
county.though : '
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tnea1' at Richmond:A'awaa yesterday!. :No victims are d the. number j ok registr&uons In each Journ,this"afternoon. bills of sale. etc.j; the keys below for.the)packing of,
Injured.Setiaid ,
but recently out of the 11111- believed to be fatally t .. --- -=-- -. .
: tour are >> heavier'4ian everbefore, and a : pineapples, which will begin to move
&ersltr of'.Virginia.andJooked :even total were of five )undred.. or' more names! .Mr*.' Harper; Rapidly Sinking iMiss'Pearl Roper:and'Mr.'W. L.'I to the' northern" markets {during the #

W.*than 11.--': :: One days 'Quarterly Conference e' i will be addedjto the qualifiedfist otToters The' steamer;Miami, Capt. \Vhlte Cox. two'wen_ known' young people of next few days.. It Is said that the tar .
_t. form;from teachers'_' agency The second :quarterly";conferenceof in Dad'fOIIDt7't'.' arrived! this, rooming' at 11:30 :with I Danla, were .Quietly+ married' ,In this, I tat crop' will reach near a. million
i Chicago.came to him..which, the East Coast District )I. E-Church AU those persons; so registering wffl about, fifteen'1 first-class passenger!*, :city" yesterday'morning and left onthej I crates: ;a,larger yield th in ever: be-
a*requested to return fined out to- will be held In the .1I thoI1at. ChurchSooth'Wednesday'evening have:to pay poll taxes for the:years amoni them Mr. W..H:: ChaIHe> 11'110had I evening, train for. JacUonUle.wh I tor .., '
'r > two"dollars and a half.ir .. r. Mr..Cox Is employed, and which
her with :.Rev8.VSV.LawIer :; 19M and lWi.be.\ tney;will be entitled been to Key West for the past.fewdayson'a !
.' Bragg had. no Intention of teaclh win preaeb'1:3o.'p.: m. ,to a rpte.In1 the -primary 'and contained business and will be, .'their. future home.; RED'MEN

school hut"ffiled'Oat'* the.' blankgait and administer the. sacrament,,,of. the general -elections.. Including toda>; pleasure trip. Mr.. Chaille. was' atDnceacqualnte4 AU ex-members of TomoHa Tribe ho.i1 ..
t for fon.V returning tt with theKee' Lords'Supper.. five days'nmaln in which this'can be ,with" the serious': Transferring Supply OeptlOwing.to ,"Independent, Order: of Red Men i

'.I.1the'auueafJof", r i done, the book closing: .Saturday, .. ness 'of his daughter Mrs R.',L. / an'o er tai of work anddepartmentsnndt and, all who have signed! he petition r
Lrf his matevwbolnformedblm, Marriage Lk"".. Issued ning..May 6. $ _' \: per.'in Jacksonville,' and he.win Har-I :; his supervision. for re-!re-nsUtementaIo all rhlte males
nettled. menalwamaenre: fined posteasiertbubachelorsbe During-the'month 'ofApril: twenty- AIIpo11taiis i murt:be: paid,to'tbetax for!that IIlace' tonightA'. Chief Constructing Engineer J. C. Meredith 18'and'under .SOye rs. of goodmoralcharacter.are
uos : seven marriage llee 1I'ere,1aue4: collector; .the court house.;, The to.Mr.:Joe Challis this morning ,has been relieved of the personalmaterial requested to beat '. i
-marrt Jr
the blank...after'' Sometime the word and from,.the office of,tht'eowtyijndge.. i omcela.opea.from..o.c1ock: In tits Mr." Harper stated that,his witewasraptdljstuking'and supply department of.the'*. tniendortra Hall W.ed'peacla,. 'eve'' ?L'..
'WIQ.Y. passed teach Eleven'' couples,wen ; white, and sixteen morning to '>t night, If the taxes to baYe.ler fatt E. C; 'Railway ,extension operations, Wing at 1 o'clock. May 2. when the 1'ij: ).
had:totgotenansbontthe: colored. The youngest white, ,J1f&11t"tbe come to'Jacksonville: at once: lira the'ume being transferred to the care organlsation will I Reinstatement .;
l ,jt:agency'when,.the the:.notice came.,..,breglstrsUonsYjast.tudewill count as ;her mother and little daughter and supervision o* the general office InI of Tribe haJtI begIJ1.1 lower than'everr sj >' {" ,,5.;..

bftta' to apply. for ;position: thatiiwaa'ncoverlag'froa The,J U IIt.male.23 and :the oldest nothing and Oat much time J..win'have, IeI' left yesterday morning. -to at St. Angnatlae. The transfer Is being before ,la the jf. Florida. '* ..
High SchooLVAbort "'.,,. >' 'at Uae'sickbed.., made .' r. D. .".. L'" <
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THEDAILY: MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY MAY \, taoe
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i Rates made.known on application j .
r Advertising: fV n 'ot2ier thlnga ir. th.. qnallty GIRt,
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4 if t4RHONu19. OFFICEIMETROPOLiS. .\ '-;; ; m e tron very day By U- way.kaTsjyosi:
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Twelfth: Street /> '. Opposite the, C+urt I ,, '. :i { '. ., ever red u oa aa| sjrder tor raatibeett .. .
S2 and 44 .".., J W Watson AvenueD; W. offer taeWt.Raids Id'J",
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:< 'If'Senator Albert:M; :ti4ullamwn,'tof, _:.the_Jacksonville.. FJoridlan honorable, ins ,-tJi :...., ,' ._ '.. -- .. ." ;', + .L' } a
writerslnthe State,"thus makes amende :
.onetif ils'tonner the most opposition tearless to Boa. Frank, Clark;CongreBsman.from the,Second

XlsalcLian4 for candidate for reflection,'without'opposition_ ':. < leIi
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flr II(' ? Frank Clarkjwben a candidate for.CongresstrottTthls Grand :
|!|W e jSidnt'vote district', but for we the'are Hon.bere.to tell you :now<, .that. "Oklahoma' 'Frank"la .loUr C1efrance

"light.there'with'the gooJs"'In' 'his.atutude'as'"a, representadveoffthepeoj '. ;

le he,f e"now: serving In Coogress.'f . .
'
'- most, fascinating men we;: have Will Close May 5th
7 onaIlyVFrank Clark U one ca f' 4 ; Positively }.
i may
Florldlaas
representative .thit_all. "*
eYer fJllet. aadbi,staking such a., : T' ,1"
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!teat : '
need more just,like 'ilm. :But;;while -? 5' f *

eiiy well'look i.f |enough. Up to!with fmd[prideWe meA who are able to."look-dIsilngulKbedihese", !' to' impress: *.men ;SOur, sale, ,so'far_ ;' / !has been' the most 'isuccessful. in our 'history .:arid our' ,
'moment begin *" t
'too theU'ixlen-ownsuperiority"give.,themselves.upon.uar'theyerr others.. ', :.'they1 ..'. .';.. stock; -has? been reduced ..cpnsidlerablyl-.- We'will} continue; to sell at the ; }

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=y'' 1|.fast f .y'iDcr.aJd campaign"as"..many.doubtless:real'ought mean.to things give'aboitt'.Mr.-Clark our present;ideas:_as off;.'a tad r:did i'man,lathe J|big! 'cutj; ;prices; untij/May! : .5th,: !and. ,jn\ sorie; lines such as, l ladie's shoes, :,; ,


; (In taken iomeopaUJC frontatat'among'doses,' but the;we big tell.men,you in now,the/House that:Frank ofltepre,Clark ntaUy has. already.raDl. I 1 where: stock, !s'1 badly: token::in' .sizes'we, :t offer,;.at :'low er prices) than' ever' ': ::'

.R state pride& "if"nothing else"will' cause" 'U.'to'wake this.cknow1edgswenthe ;." ..'. !j ih.order) tocloseoutb_, : :'May _5th. Big,"bargains.! Come and i .see them. :
't tt advocated Mr.: .
|! TheTMetropoUs the onIi paper on the East Coast .: : t = :

.. '(3aVs election two Jear..o.' ,It realized_his 'calibre and abDltyTand knew ., t, .1,; _
'district cool J not:elect a better, m-oi: ,ialthful,or afar '
.tha the people ot the !
K '* ?*1 i: hclr prele1tat1T ''lnh -halls ;ofCongrees.;, ; .1 tMr. :dark
;* -i yetdot'manU > :
'.- :i-: ..wai i;elected.and thoutn now.serving l1:flr.t-term, has already.prom' hto- t Pants % elS 'ClofJiibg
men'lS'CongTtssW It Is a attUu tribntefto > Paragon < : ,
'} self One!.Of the foremost and strongest I! (
nnopposel] foreiiectlon. ;
hla worth that,he should now'stand before. the, .1 people, '"
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$& "- ":' 1
%? ._ ." .,? II.I ., I-Paragon Pants,v/orthslx; and seven dollars everywhere: Men' clothing In- Alfred Benjamin .-Snellenberg: ,'

k ., Most all sizes and some' ; :,worth;1400, 16.00and:18.00"': ; ;

I BETTER,SANITATION- -:;BETTER. ;;:HE_ALTH.- f I rf ta\; patterns jo;select I from;:; auUS. 4.95S: 'in alt pfeceworsteds: fn'os i'ges. '11 ;,JIOThe : s'
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--- I' r f ,t :.goforl'; I.-. .'i i? 'i',5. ..... vl"V.. .. ., I arid.fancy weavesThis sale =
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.i ..3Letropou/hu:long:contended:and'labored: In',.the 'Interest"sin-- : vie"I"I""AieL'meA'ssuits 1n't '' ,
[ twelve
ji.'and
Matron !it liaeedvoeite4!; repeatedly doss. streets dean ;:premsei| clean : best 3J50..and.fOO..men'spants"ln, \ Miami l ; ; jdoljar grades..
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ao'ises.and: clean bodies,"'and has shown.that the"health of a city,or'community : ; ..:have: ,a big !stock ;of *hese;and_ : : :. 'AS, 'nlyohe;, or two' ,of ,a '

; : ;ils dependent almoat entirely upon sanitation: and cleanliness.'Where 'theie .E most.all.*slzes.I ; .. Your;choice! :a.HL "$0 : :mostlyInsmall. ,sizes; attem.J"6' 'g''VO" :

mss' Is'Uttle or no'.sanitation'and'the: people 'are r'filthy' ther ''*can" ;not'be'healt'j"' ';., pair', .,..,.. ::, ",: :. ,.: "". : tO .close'.4.-.,"..,... :' ". : .r r.
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>>'lmposs )! ;' / -
I ifOther r: : state papers have"labored;. along'the'.ume;Ifni--"crusade;on : ; _&

y ___ 4 lJtb-Ud these effortai: no doubt were in 'a great measure responsible(for ; : l '

'tkc' stberinRot'promtne: tmen from an.,sections .of .Florlda'at:Tampa, s MEN'S' :SHOES l MEN'S SHOES LADIES :SHOES'' .

es .fer.days ago, and' the formation of the"Florida' ;'Municipal' _Sanitary'League., '.' Walk-Over .and Packards:350 Big cut In JadlesT:: 'Krlppendorf,, : ,
oCwhkL'tDe Hera13: '._: that i i"iii is .Edwin(Clapp ;$6 -and;! $7 shoes., : '
"' thia'organUaUon'to"spread m -overHhe'entire Stale l fig Known as the.best'shoe's on earth,: 'and.$4.WVshpes:, :' AUj'these I shoes: Our- shoe{counter, of $
the Intention,cf "
a Jl.'1ti* iecnre'eonoerted action oo the part of ail the manWyaiitlea in '' Only Jew pair.''eft;- wide',.,JdthonIy.To 2' 95\ 2.50 ;and' 3.00 : at 195.) : ,

:Tlorida.and thereby;. jThe'reanlt'.ot' such'a'eoijse lajvrUentThejgreatest# "' enemy. .toIr : 'Price.t.f., .-., ":. (:,* :5:35'. : : go !10w':aL. :.::: :- ., : There being: only a f<.jw, pair:. left,: :

.tt. 'cootlnnedprciperity,of Florida": wI l be extermlnateJ.j .' : i Our $5.00 Diamond' Brand shoes: ::Only,a few of 'the.2.5Qand3.00'. !price. to closeout. 1 65 .
i these few at: . .tI
and
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*r feSSsSf> .. .1 f j|[,"tt Is'nseless for the people of Florida longer,to'.elit the ,question. i I Perfection" In fltand"weary; ; )most- shoes left. ,All.these: :will probably .*' < '"
r of the danger that eonfmnti'them., In the past .that/danger/ I {
think lightly > C245rbagaln ;
'hss not been i realUed nntflt ban; arrived end-appalled. _,The experience of all l sizes and flye dlf-:. '3' 45'' bes61dthlsweek; ro"H Q counter 2.20'or. j
;i feientlaststoselect closeat-, .-.: J_ J shoes, reduced to..; .
that,:! nr
''the past.should be si sufficient>warning;).to"the citliens.of of Florida: I" .
:JaM stringent pre aU oU 'are'taken,-yeUcnr'feyer- ;ls'likely'toappear.: :.The } J : :> : 4 t.

tact that'modern'methods-have practlcaf7 'made bDpou1btt'u eplJemlcsif

> if.tte'past Is'not'a'reaaon"a" that the'prevention" of even- --one..case''of.yelolw I John B..Stetson and, Knox 5 and $6 hats for$3.4Sr 1. .Save"" Elastic Seam drawers worth 75c ; ..6Oc'< >

? r' fiver should n/H"be sought J ,Dayton.Railroad shoes ,worth..3.00.for.. ;, .-. i';.,.: .$2.45, ; : R road overalls! :worth: 75 cents at. r. .'.i r..:! J.i .
thebonadarles of this State
am" ,H :"Let one"case.C(the:dlseaae appear within ; '- .. .' > .::
,tad bnslneM"wffl, paralyiM aadthe'enilreBtate.wfZ feel the effects.'The'expertenceof :2' .
IL '
; last'year)is'snfflcient evidence that the existence,of,the :

eiseaso casts a gloom'that Ja olfflcnlt'to oyercome.i fThe nnthonY ftomlh CornangSTUt

5' .n|| 'FlortdaI.'Csce to.face_with the question of:the'extermination* the : '

j 'Jsosqnlto or,the eventual appearance,of.yellow fever.: i The fear.of the pub ,
J
,h\;v : *!ilrfrjr! given ,the ,danger.that exists."'.tn| :,'some: ;area;'greater .than .the;fear; -c. '1' .1 ,. ...:.I

fr i* the diseased: ,The people of.Tampa.and every.other.city.In;the State.omitteats. j .
the danger that coition t. them<<: 'and. __the.press'ls. 'the; :agency, that u .'
: Jjnnst-emphaslie it orchestra'- and-Ernnhllde's'e Immolation, Com*,' f or $154-j -ten acres In, section"Ul

:i| '"The society that :was'organized .in this city'yegterday willexert every GINGINNATINI 1 I byMme. Gsdskl and the orchestra,. '"f ikGAL::"PAPERS" fiLED J 4", tp. 62. sooth} range 42 east ,'
without the At 'the second evening'concert to Warranty deed. Andrew NUson u*;
'possible effort to Improve thesinltiry'candltiona.of the dty.hnt ; morrowS1rFdwud: Elgar, the'En.- to C, 8..Anderson for $1.' part.,f lot]'
;ikearty:cooperation'of the'people it is helpless. The dUt1f every.citizen MAY FESTIVAL lish composer.'wlll make his,first ap : u 7. section: '82, (p.' 43,- aontD,'range,4,.
.
]Elg plainly laid out'The: : EE Webb for $SOO, lot 8, *?. -rt
I / block.
:iffalrt'of_ every:day'Ue'.buslness:Interests<<: and .ah other conatderatlons .that I ;-'..: performance of'.The>Apostles !]MlamL. ." Mortgagey. ]I..Hudson et '
I d'tocalt a'Limper over'tie enthusiasm that should'exist:mast be taU "I .,. 1 i. ,"- an":oratorlc| impose d'byhim- north.Satisfaction of mortgage E. 0.' Faint to.Sarah BossfU;:et a!.,for $2.400. Mi
,. ; of
quarter
.el Mrs Rlde-KelseySMr..Ceateg ne quarter of section 24. tp.<
eitermina lon'ot the mosquito will In the,end magi morefor; '; er FettflI er Co. to Adolph Freedlnnd. .
.1 ljulde. 'Jiie' )lr.- Clark. Mme:, Homer Mr. Davis &;:south, range 141. east ucept'De_ ]
U. v i jhe, commercial: :Activity'of! : ,'the ;entire State(,.than' any..other' onecanoe.., SIVENTEENTHrBIENNIAL. EVENT and Mr..'"Wltherspoon, will sins the Satlsfaction'of mortgage;E. O.Palnt- quarterotpaeume.( ;, .ii
to W/.W.: Freedlnnd. :
,. I mar,he built anddelielcpmenfa .Inaugurated-;,but, :until the. .State ; :, solo] -parts..,- Sir Edward will also con er tniier.Ca. Warranty deed: Sarah 'Ruuef'et at<
p v I f jot jRaflroads Florida Is no'Ionger.Considered the home! ,of fevers, .the prosperity_ '_trat li ipPENi'TONiOHT'.WrrH( ..GREATFCONCERT : ductthe: performance.-o'*,another 1 JGerontlas :of _Home Satlkfactioa! Improvement mortgage.Co.. to Lillian. Tropical M. considerations to F')L.Hudson.'for(, $100 and othe(l
of )
? fits, oratorio"TheDream. ne quarter of ns'gaasrter
MUSIC HALL THEpROGRAN '
'|posslble" wm- 'not: come.: -: .. l '. .u. IN. '- ," which will be given at the closing Tucker, et ox., of aectJonf.| tp 53 sooth,-rangj
: e."T1I 'presentation of''I.the health 'of'the Saturday-evening'with Satisfaction of mortp=e. Tropical 41 east except tract :, S
.a- | .fWfe.heartily endorse the ab9 a 'y, concert: on a 0 acres. 4J
; [state Is as vital to ns u'l. the care and protection of our IndlvIJual h 1t1a.sMt'w .. 'I Mme.] Homer.Mr...Coates.'.Mr. Davis martle.Hom Improvement' to Scott.Cro- :.Satisfaction.l} of mortgage, Ji
Smith
bv ,. and wife to
; the'.olo.parta'S1rEdward'wi1Ialso Robert
!In WelDom<
it eau be'si.d 'uceessfui ?
A rl( the league and the more
conrrpnti DoeJP.W.31te
conduct two of his orchestral compositions ; to'Washington Satisfaction eof mort .e.l.)1.\31\
and east by every person lending a,hand, and forming a'determination to do' I ifjCtnclanstUlsjr It-- I ,' the overture "In the South" Young. for 1176. lots 43 and 46, block yon to W.P. iHatchett and wife. <',
'all In their power to eliminate"any andean causes that might Influencei" ""dU'ease I '"l.-The. seventeenthknnW and the Introduction, .attecro. for I 3f. Miami.' -" In .re application to ,increase tae-.
The season Is here' now' t s'tartllhe, 'crusadeagalnstfllthan4'lr' ..:. Mar Music Festival vill open I strings. Op 47. f 'Mortgage d ed"FuD1 Young to the capital stocks; of the bID Ratty
t favor of sanitation and b lth.-. ,Let itbegin..' mlgnt.vitli I. great concert la:Music There,will "be six concerts In ail. to Dade); County Security Co.- for $100. Loan and Guaranty Co.frorn'IIoG. .
a : (fall, Jn memory of Theodore Thomas eluding two .afternoon ;concerts' ,on Iou 43 and 46 block !&.:Mlaml:; to !$200.000 J h" \
?+ o S who for many rears up to the:'tinu ofiis Thursday and Saturday_ afternoons". .'Satisfaction of mortgage, John'Giliette Warranty deed. Francis Darien
'deathws; the director of. the. ;to Soar Bros.: -' to IDea Danseahaker.for $UO01ot .,
ita'onwlt'd The program Is wen selected and contains 1#
I' 'The sprit of, progress continues march: Jn Florida fromone. .. "Jjay.Festival concerts., many of.the best works of.the Mortgage'deed. Miami Realty Loan block 61. Miami. :,?!
:end of the great State to the other.. !)I!flTils Is the .1Ir.t festival:siuce the great composers4nclndlng Beethoven's and Guaranty Co. to Shanahan et Warranty deed.; George Zspf et a
-. .. -" .' ''death' Theodore Tbomaj sad,'his .Ninth Symphony,= One,of the features ox for tsooo.; lot 11. block J8.:Miami. to John Carney for $tUUdlYI.e4 I
'absence will be keenly regt Ue.! by 'wm ,be the performance'of,Be- Mortgage deed,,,Miami Realty Loan Interest IIi lot' 6. ,section 2S and ,
himself
"He th1DUhe, andad1n. ) % tbemeaur of doing''withoutothers 'and Guaranty Co.. to &:I.
; tie many thousands. who'attenl these nolfs. ChUdren':ClDtata. "Unto the and 1',11. Ii section 35. tp. 40. sooth,range<
is''irfuca.. mistaken; hut.he"who:thinks that others anent do what; testirals., .Thll.ear'r. FJ'ln'c'VanJer World". sung by one thousand schoolchildren Doade' or $2. 00. north'fifty- feet. lot ease .', ( VS ;.T..
; 1 oat bfm Is stin' .more'mistaken.. A ,merchant.rarely makes the,first.ms- Slacken, tbee conductor of the CIni'lanatl i :!rom, the public;:' schools ot 10. block 105. Mlamt -Temporary. license to practice n
,take-never !f he Is sane;'but ,when he concludes to, curtail.hli sdvertlseIs Symphony Orchestra....will .be 'this elt7..:. "' |; Warranty deed;M. Shanahan et,ui ictn. Board lot-Dentists- to George,or.
au ; to Miami Realty Loan and
I Guaranty Lemls,
: iag.It-. i sign that he Is.falling. Into.the second.E .'. : .. the U:vas festival:the .director.,mbltlonof;For Mr.many- Vender years i' "'r,-Van 'der' Stucken'will be represented Co4for: ] $100 aD4'oUler'coDlleleratoua .

', 9 ncken' (o Income the d1re::or ot the on'the'progam ,b7 Pax :Trt- ,lot 3U, block,98. and ,north SO.. feet Caught 'a Tarpon .1',
:ayi.Dkh'leadto MarFe U,aL: hit the trustees'.the''lumPhana..a: festival proioogne. sung lot III. block',,,105. MlamL Messrs.-'Gea'Worthington :
'impossible and
E "KoUilnt ; there;, are every where;'jfwe of school children;Thechorus'
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'Testlval.AslueI tion fully; appreciated I I\Vrrant1':41eed: : Mabel, E. Pierce to talnl Bob l tinny sod John Roberwent
sufficient' should always haT snthdent: Newspaper of.Jnlts will consistof :four '
win >
had we
means. .
the; jealus !..1.3.1"abl1l17. 'of Theodore G, P.-.Bain"for.tlO.'lot 23. block %6. In the launch Hoosier.yesterJai ,
: ,advertising is ,"suffldent means" by !"which_,to'accomplish''any' 'otherwise, !:,Thomas.tomake a' change;lit'sut) ttIntlng hundred voices., Plerce's. division, Lemon:City. afternoon to] the waters of the upper
commercial "'lmpoes1b1Ilty"r though :Ambitions )Warranty deed. Clara A.:Pnrcell to bay In of ,
i .; '; an' Inferior, S'reet'C News gees( tarpon ud-were scessfid
e r" 'leader, '10,10:11'.1, Thomas: <.oo!<.l 'be 1 r '-> .- Samuel Dorsey for: ISO lot 26, block in landing one beauty over.tl
4 atlas had.b .": ', "" "" :.The.: .workof InstaTIln; the;plan! !G.. f ierce'l division Lemon Clty.iRelease ;, feet In length and weighing 95 pound
ate taiktng about,limiting by law the excessive uae.'otsnch ,
4 ,They The program for the open!ag concert at the 1I1am1' Street 'Rail way? Co.' It of mortgage. Dade. ConatySecVlty Captain Denny swears that It was tl
s as,"31aJor." "Colonel."ef&;; Perish the.thought! We,know of."more'ihani! his evening Includes'Ggd'j- TInn; 1,<. now nearly completed;poles for string-i : Co: to' Fred 1. Moody.tldactfon'of.mortgage'Mrs.. pmeAt'fish!be'eyer tackled and saj
- ;one man:who.; It the unearned handle'wag taken from his name,'wool J bhrtnknp ,belt.":'a cantata by: Bach, with Mn>... ,'nj',.tare:trolley, are* arriving and: as ., Elixsbcjth it was not killed until It had ground
to snch-an_extent chit hts;wifewouldn't know;>lm.. It is'thelfmalrinold Homer. Mr.1: CaU...,.Mr;'.:rftTaerspoon. l on:;t. .f!!! ties, ,begla to omttt" ; Churchill .Walter N, Lloyd In'shaUowwater! ant:cool flgbl.
e life, their chief claim on the consideration of their and: Mr.Clark, as 'eoloUts i excerpts "" hich will be In. a :yew :'.nan, the ;B. F. Goodwin for $10..lot,10. block more. Several, other strikes were has
0* neighbors
5 5 from ""'Aper'. ',"Goetterla 'meran*." ""tl1k.ot laying. the;track.will.be com- %S.1 Plerce's division of Lemon ,('sty.d but the monsters managed to'i .
:"their own lelt-mpect,- Lakeland Nefsv -,pr including. ,SlegfrlemTs ,Death by- .'the, neneed.,' ? F. K. C.:,Railway, Cou,:J.;,R,,i the:hooks md. get "....7. .. r';

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DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY MAY 1.1906' ',' < 1 PAGE THREE

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Fes .,----- '
Tax Collector
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I To the Voter of Dade County: I -- r

L Political I t hereby announce myself aa % candidate I Iof ,
for ffenomtn "011 to the offlc
professions rs County :jTaz Cot ctor. snored to
'fie I
I the* action pi the r mocratlc Primary

Announcements to be heUtttay 15. 1106. .What's

I FOR, *'k K<) COMMISSIONER' T. N. Oautler.. Inside Your Coat <**


A. oMcmMiu aster this beadier. tDlatrlct No. ITo
Qattr.oa dG Ex lria,$ will be rri.arw.I.tn.en d until the after Daily tile M.Democratic tropoUtorfia.OO -. the Democratic Voters of Dade +
; weekly Xeuo oU.. Ia 9o.' County: 1 vtl

ATTORNEYS Rfnleeetle9taetieeera/tel9eure/9w1 AT LAW. Mia bah JIM Daily. sad Weekly\MetrwotUIorfl&M. I candidacy take this for method the once of announcingmy of county Many a teat puts on a brave face-and:' hides cheap inside oak. .

1N Se* ili> mililii t.i> irslit.a. mHurs Positively >o>.-.-mtvui commlsiloair from District No. S. subject I.:
accoapuM by Ue
fcaM I'IIIA.0.10& 10eluen salsas
,.# ) to the;:faction of the Democratic
.n., JIU ... ... caeIoo .
primary. Oi account of being engaged i r
In vegetable growing tt will be tmposslbl .

.... OCTMOUI 141. i TEmS01f *'for, me to make a personal THE !inside details of construction ore not often seen bat{....' .
For Rprfltatlv of th*, county my crop de
canvass
Seymour & Atklusou'Attorneys u important aa are granite foundation to a brick WocU
To the People of Dade County:. attention Just at thla They .
r1f and At the request of Meads tad witha mendingThis being the cue I earnestly 7'7'I i I jnre.the garment its stability and character, and the difference' of r

Counselors At Law.' desire to serve yon to tit State Lstalatur >, urge an my friends to do what they a few ants in the coat of these inside.detail show,in two 6r three' :
r *. I aanoanc myself a' eaadV la .behalf. JL-L.W'a1L"
caa my : week The trimminffaand workmanship of Schloat
clil stisudoso9.iie vnctlc*U aU cout*. data few this once subject to tae Democratic *:;f garments are '
o MMS.! primary to W bid U Kay. FOR COUNTY IOIIMIIIIONlft'ItIt the beat that money can secure.' The mere lining coat the.maiera*

tooms 5, 6,7.FrieacU: Bldr:,Miami I respectfully solicit th* support ct Dfatrkt ". from 75c to $1.50 a yard against 25
the .people' of 'Dad county, sad. tt Mr. KlrkMunro; *. f Cocoanut Grove. other makes-cost It's simply the difference' between liahgs-in'

elected. I win faithfully and Impartially baring bn vn'TitrftW, oomiaatsd food and something thcap-letwceu' the bat and' 'mak shift l
a
+
A. WorleyAttorney of th once, ,
G. discharge the Jade, for coaatyleommltdeaer.by.a. mass '
v and win do an la my power for root meeting of. citizens 'w* hereby ..- between perfect construction and cheap work. Schloea Iii;)ngi ire

at Law best Interest and welfare. I treat to nouns his candidacy subject to' tar only one.amoai'Schloss superioritiea.Cloth.findinrs.cnttiot' and tal

if have the pleasure of meeting ta* Tot- action of Ute Democratic primary. Mr. brinyare all of.the same standardeTerjthinr] the beat moue can bay
a10j. Twelfth' St. 'Miami. Florida. era at aa early daU'aad'disease aU Munro has been a resident of Dad* ;

f. ,, public questions and defla tony my county for{ men than twenty yearn
position la reference hens < during which time he baa shown an
RobbinsTntavlile
'i" Geo. .M.: I recognize the fact that a public unOagglatt:teal la the cause of good

PIa. once U t a public trust'-U4 ;should roads, and; ban steadfastly promoUderery :
fe. Attorney and Counselor yon honor,me with your rot*", I 'win worthy Interest :of oar great $,81.00 QO t,

to' At Law highly appreciate your confidence' and county. Therefore we ask forth IbIa to
will be loyal,to your mutest *hearty;,support of an good citizens
.
.r- ; -rm yoctlc, *la aU Ceuu.'anti sad' .wa: ,RapectfuBJoricy. at the coming primary. '
,,
Signed Shoo; '
i' ( ) W. J. ,
o RpreesotattwIhereby || B. 8. Potter. I I ,,1',1'i ,
Hudson &, Boggs For U Gea Rlchardaon;' -

announce my candidacy ff Commutes .
Co. -
,
ti Attorney at Law for the 'position of Representative "'S" j -, A x;
.
:. from .Dade County. To yom I sub- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. t.
1 'Townley Building,Miami Florida nit th* question of my qll-1ttleatkla & Second District _

.. to represent you la that capacity. U To the Vo'tera of Dade County: .. ', Sc'ilo.'s clothes are 'not too, good for you; the.price

t 'i. nominated at th* Democratic primary I herb announce myself aa a candldat : -. ,
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It"'e rj .!sxisos.' x. and elected at the.'central election I /nomination; to'the ones of J -

; than devote my, beat effort to your county commissioner j la District No: S, is-tt h pay. Let r
.. oow wttsi tae O.M.r* nuerfMKIMM : : it you: always ,us showy: u the"styles
Mta Stre cnrs.f C .' Ing of Dad'county shall recelre my Primary Election to be held May \

:< tau t, TLOdDL: : earnest' consideratiaa.Re.pectiefy.' '. ISth IWf. Geo.' ,B.' Baker.. l' q+!
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"J- 'omcxdOTEX. FfafKor the Circuit Court The miinds of A. Le Allen desire 4
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o.. } To' the DemocrtUcVoter of Dade place.'Ws. same before the.voters i
: BlSCATHE BLOCK, AV>. OnVOBIDA. of Dade County for the once oTCoua- > et.Clothier
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s- ;:, IiUIIL, .,/ *'I hereby prevent my nam 0 to.th ty Comouasloner.. subject to the actionof 'R
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o voters In the coming Democratic pri.mazy the Democratic primary-election,' : W.
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; u candidate f>x"*clerk of the tokenetd, May,11. U06.ORCOUNTY .. .
.A"QR.. B.RUSH.'' circuit court for Dad county.' f'; .
t,' Haring' resided nets for twenty* :> COMMISSIONER .

> Offle OT-1Jth street, 'Phone.is. r year I In riu Inquiry and lamtiga- ,, /|ads District No. 4 ,, ,. ', ;. ,,:,
frJ" &e sidMMtSOS 5th 8S.. : ion of those who do not know me per The of J.'J. Holly antloanahim ,

.*IAIIIFLA.ri tonally aa to'my reputation aa a ctt- as ''A candldat for County Com- Men's FiimisherDon't
.. lien my r*ord aa an official la yean mlasloner!: la. District, No. ,'4, subjectto :ant

;r. ,:." put and my fitness'ana,,competency the,action'of ,.r the,Democratic, Pri-

?i : u.I. r,1ullett., |l M. D. for' the*elected office to premise which fair I aspire.It and.court Inar!., "fc' forgot; the-Number 322 Twelfth Street Miami/ Florida!

4 ou treatment to every citizen at th* FOR OUNTY COMMISSIONER ; J
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.' ;. o&e:,Boom S and"4 land of every person connected.with .. :- : I Second District. s I -r
: ''a '. ,Trhs.UBnildlagHours . the offlc* 0 )Friend* .William Hetm..annoance I
10 a. m. to U m. S to t p. .. Soliciting the support of ivory voter his candidacy for county commissioner t
#+t' Bendeoc Ml,10th street 0 who consider me competent and capable from the Second district subject to the ', r
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.. U am respectfully, 0 action of;:the Democratic primaries '- ,1 ...
'3 Eugene H. Dimlck7 ,Mr., 0 Helm Is a.successful businessman
FRED BUTTEK. oJ', Wet Palm: Beach. Plan );; enthnslastle; for r good roads; a

oj flrst-elati-drll engineer, aDd. ',well.
Of atral Contractor.Cradlnav ., For Clerk l of the C rcult'Court equipped to fill the office.; H.UDDlfSrbN

"' -i\ 'Believing that my aemce for the X "SrS WILSON : ,t
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.. In'the FOR ;COUNTY COMMISSIONER :
Blastlnsr..Well put fir* year u ChIef Deputy .
'. Drilled. Sidewalk. :' once of the Clerk of the Circuit Court "\t|' .'Flrrt' District --.- '

I qualifies me for the'position, I/here. 'I,'resnectfnlly\ announce myself;: as : '
with respectfully announce my candidacy -acandidate; for the offlc'of county /. REAL ESTATE AND :INSURANCE' J" .

w.. C., .Mayhard!, for:Clerk of. the CYrcuit Court commissioner': for .the First .District
Y subject to the ,approval o the Demo tubject.to; the action of the Democratic ;
+ .'ORADUATEIOPTiClAN cratlepl'im&rT; primary. of hay 15 firm of Beck. Wilson &: Hue dleston having een'diss Id'bY in tual con:
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d With Uaynard Son.Jew&.re.A..a..D ..arm> *: ||' ,.Harry'DuBola, ; i is therefore no more. We will'continue the business,of real l estate, insur-
o Jupiter : Fla."J :
'X.rt to ro.t Oster ; etc. in the Hatchett loom's 16 ix head of stairs.
Cleric ; surance ull'1lDg.; U,' at We
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: To the,Democrats County of Dade County: FOR' >COUNTY COII-"lalIONEft" will be'glad to list any properties you: 'may.have, for'sale.: l ,t If you'wish buy we f

GEO. :[L. McDONALI. I tab this ,method ,qf announcingmy ;|S-: Second District of _Dad, have some of the best properties in he: .city on.our list and believe '.we can interest '
To the"Democratlq; Voters
qTnDvL/a. candidacy for,the ones of.County *' We handle all kinds of real and and
estate improved .unimprovedcity)
Clerk subject :'to,the :action;of the County: a- ,,you. s
Smivu. .a4 taMMduir' Lands a tfttuurCOOOAJTCt Democratic?primary. and will appreciate 1 hereby announc* myself as can 'countryVe invite,you to call 4.talk it over :;,. VILSO'N.1e HOT>DLESTON
6BOVX..TLA.' any support' that_my 'Mnd dI.tateor the offlce of County Com- "

can.fir m*., ,RespectfullyL .' mlsalonir r from ,the Second;District L ,1- '. ( '
of Dada'COIU1tJ. Abject to Ole will ,
'C..DCUAKMQ. ',; .?' ,T. Ifwittt -
WALTER F : of the Democratic voters aa expressed
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t :'ArOh1teOt: FoP County.acct: '" thecoming,<;; '$$ primaries. ..... "'PulC..JOUL.., ,\ dldate .for 'the office'oF a constable of UNION' SEND DELEGATES' Rheumatism hUke Uf' Mlserabl". :

< With fun appreciation the kick Beach..Fla. \ the Tenth Justice .to! honors asked tof sid promising IaIu. WesijPalm!> 'i county subject to the win of the Democratic 'J A happy home lsth; moat valuable k
1210Ave'CMiami.Fla. tal performance of duties If elected I ..FOR -- COMMISSIONER- :. voter.:at the coming primary possession that la Within the react of '
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J J hare the honor to announce myself. election "W., H. Morrla. Pa., April 30- Many, mankind' but:you Faa not enjoy Its
First District.
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: candidate tor the offlc of Clerk or.tile local union selected delegates yesterday comforts .If.YOu ate suffering fromrheumatllm.You ,,0'ba
myself u a can'dld "
hereby \
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The Chapman House Circuit Court of Dad County and ask announce FOR CONSTABLE ,to thi' Scranton convention on throw aside buslneascare
commissioner
: te.lor the once of county, d.
for- ta the of Thursday.. The returns show that a .
your vole primary Hay the First District of DaJ.COUJItr. \ Tenth District when you enter your' home ana
IF. W. CHAPUAN. Prop. ttti.1 -r'J. P. Judas.For ;from'subject to the decision of the I hereby, announce myself u a candidate majority o the delegates go unlnstructed yon eu be relieved from those rhesr'r
K.lw SUS f.t t..,.' SpecUlT tie tasks for the offlc of Constable laTerith 'and will be governed largelyon
matic pain also by Chamber
applying
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'''' B.ell .s mini tM cemtontof*__.. Leo comlng;;t>.!mocratie'primaries. < '
catea EiptCcaa Ca.of Pal* BMch. ..Urnat County: Clerk', $K Chas,W. UePhenoD.Stun. District of Dade: county subject the question of declaring a strike Iain's Pain Palm. One application will
;' .'ti.oar tile piMtppU r to the 'Democratic primary and the couWe of President Mitchell relief Its '
by continued
0.Y lahU sad wlater nfdemi ei Soalben rWida..fte i intake, this method ,of;announcing', Haw.FOR'COUNTY;. dYe yon and;; us*
l" '. 4 kutii-.AaIUq sad Oo w katkloD *. myself U a cnJidate'tor the office, ,. ,ask.: the. support, of an my friends..Respectfully. of the United. Mine Worker for a'abort'time'wffl' bring about ...
Iray,Florida of,Clerk'of Court for:Dade .County COMMISSIONER \ -. permanent eu,..,; .for sal* by-Blscayne -

subject to'the action. of the Democratic 3f. Fifth District \, W. J. WUson. ,Id.reFive Year with Kidney Drug Co. and all druggists.

A.W. ,Graham' primary. ;. F..-W Of Haha. .I hereby announce' my candidacy to i ,FOR CONSTABLE and f Uver Trouble he'
ii 0 renomtnaUon to the office of County v "
:". 'Contractor' and Builder For County'TreasurerTo Commissioner, subject to' the action this Tenth method District\I announcing 1 "I IUlfeJd for fire years with kidney '

)i,, Satisfaction the Voter of Dad County:_ of. thi 5 Democratic.primary and' so myself I take'a candidate for the once of and liver (trouble, which caused severe -L

T''+; Qnaranteed.LtaeCfaf : I hereby announce myself aa a can- licit; the 0,,support ,,of my Democratic constable for the Tenth district subject pains across the back and a blinding -
rk\a4 ..* dilate for renomlnatlon to the once fr1eDcI'= > to the'aetlon of the Democratic I ; headache. I had dyspepsia and I
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.vU an sad eeye ,?.Oo *:..ML.LTIa.A actionof, the Democratic:;Primary. ;: .. \ more my Bowels without a cathartic.I .I t -
election .to be held May, IBth. U06.. Chamberlain's, 8tomacti 4
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, SAMUEL ROUNDTRKK.!: was cured by .e,
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'.C, H."c Rauleraon. II. .H h 1.! District No. S, \ | and Ljrer Tablets and nave been r
Expert'TypewriterRepairing. *: __1Uamt'J'L- ., To the Voter of Dade County:' I well (for six months.** says Mr, !I
J MEMBER SCHOOL BOARO.\ s.I
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T "* I hereby announce myself u a can. : j Arthur |Strickland Chattanooga,
I .For (County.Treasurer didate.'for; ,renomlnatlon to the:offlce The friends of-1.' R., Anthony, Sr.' Tenn. For sale by Biscayne Drug '
Commissioner-'District his name as a candidate -Co. and al druggists., !
To the Voters of Dad*'County: of County hereby' present .
V. c. PRESTON. Baring been Uentlfled with Dad No.:. 8.1. subject to the action of'the for member of the Board of Public i iambetlaln's Salve is good for any :'a L.

,304 9th St. P. ().Box 311 county since )1895; ba1'1q'dolt. the Democratic primary'-election "to be Instruction from the second district I'disease of the skin. It allay. tAe
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.; very best I knew how a* an Indlrld- held May 15th. ,1901.' I .of Dade county, subject to the j Itchinganjd\ burning sensation instant"ly. -
aalcIUza to :make It, a>prepc-out>> |:| ,T. A.-\Plnfleld. f action of the Democratic primaries.FOR For |sal by Blscayne'Drug" Co. I ,

Emil A. Ehmann county; having lived:at,'.both 'en J*! i and all druggists. I.
'' : '||FOR TAX ASSESSOR I.I
rF of 'the county and?'taring filled .a] MEMBER COUNTY .
public:'office sd that'the: people D4..t I To tM Democratic1 Voters ot,Dade BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo j DETAIL OF !tIoROS. 'I
ArchitectWest know'whether I, do so couetenuou.jl1 County: I PULAJANES I.f'
; I now offer'myself aa a candidate I win be a candidate for r omiD&- the People of Dade County: ) I KILLED S "
,Palm BeaCh Florida for:"the.dice! of County Treasurer] tion |t the coming Democratic primary Urgent request for bee of my name f'

J ,, subject to the".DemocraUc primary; for they once of 'Tax Assessor and ret at the coming Democratic membership Primary In-thecounty' j Manila] < April SO. *. A detail of .
I need every rote that I can get and 3 3trnst I spectfully.solldt your support; 0 as candidate for Moron on the Island-.of_Samar in anencounter I
.Kolb
r.. Merritt; &. ., 'that my friends whether In the JJ-S 0 Ceo.-0." Butler. board.of, 'public Instruction eltheraas: ; I today with a band'of Pula- I
; well equipped
city''or:touIItl'J :will not ,forget) me -+a---w 'finds me not
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Janes, ked'thirty of the latter. -
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Real I estate*,. Rentals, etc.Catatea on the day of the'primary return i| FOR CONSTABLE partisan or 'as omce-seeker. II ,
I Managed for which 'I pwrnise. If elected, to If: Tenth DistrictI true that I hare had some. experience the.I"'."... -- I
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perform'the duties of the once with hereby announce myself u a candidate ,as'an educator Devil's island Torture
Th rush IM < and wkE yes _
12th St. Miami..Fla. service In the most i ore aar*
,Are. C. near want "
aa much 'courtesy.- aecur&eJ'.1 :, for the office of Constable bi people my 1 I ,
promptness a* I' give .to' my prlrraeboslnesa. the g tt.elLth'llllUee' District of ,Dads but Important office Indicated. I know is no'-wohe than the terrible case of 'the time drop Inland tate a loek at.
DR. E; M. LAW Gee.. Q.' Cnrrie., subject to the ,Democratic primary of no sufficient reason tor refusing \ x
{ county thlajaervice.I'do not feel the lure t'l Piles tna| afflicted me 19 rears..Then ;our fine line of TVoolena, Dont far
ask ,the, support of all 1117frlelioL I
and '"
I was to apply Bucklen's Arnica '
t ,, :For Tax Collector Respectfully of once and I can not contend to respondto tor Sal adjrUed e. and less than a box per- :[get the place. j 3-
DE/lTiST but I stand ready
I hereby announce'myself aa a can* iti John F. DeBerry. offlce; reasonable request to senre. 1 nianentU cured me. write. L. S. Nap- 1| JOHN SEWELL BROHeaJonarttrs
Office orerlScwell's Shoe Store- dMate'for the offlc of tax collector any, (pier, of I ugglea Ky. Heals all wounds fQr .
of Dade county subject.to the action FOR CONSTABLE Thereat, Is up to you.W. Ulan TafloriTwelfth
Artetto.Work Thorouchly' W. Tarts. burns an ..ores like magic. 25 cents I
or the Democntle f-f Tenth District I I 138 street. Blaeayn BtoaaVTHE .
"F *1 _. primary ? 11. at all d gglsts. .
; Miami Fla., April
t Bereb announce myself aa a can- t
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:.;' !1,::: i, ;': ', luring the session f.l legislature of igtiif, Hon' Hudson, ? Burr fntroduced in'tKS'iioust 'of' Representative ,a bill fixing railroad faxes, J1'; .. '

) :. .. :._!(- three cents per mIte in thIS State. .l e. bill l wass, properly ref rred' to he Committee on Railroads and, Telegraphs where, after "i
;' tl- hearing evidence and'careful consideration, the' edmmittee' reported the bIll back to the housei.. .'That It do' not pass'. When the bill ,"t.r

came upon Its.'second reading theChairmn.of the"Committee moved to Indefinltely'postF.one the bill.. as custom, for the Chair'n'of ',. < .. .

.; any committee to dojwhe'n; the c o niimittee's' report -as against! the passage of,the bill. He stated, among! other things, that the -:' '

/. 'r J' 4 railroad, Commission at that''very, time 4colslderJn! the ,advisability of.fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad ComlH ',;_h
p I ( 'mission did'not_ wish,the legislature to 1Dt rfere"and'further stated that_ if the rate was fixed at .3 cents the ore thousand mile book which ; '.:' ,_

3 < f Was then sold atj s siipo; could be fold for7'30.00-; further stated,that the Committee had reason to believe that if the' rate was ::: 'ri: ito .

'. ,.. \ x..a at three cents per,mile \>'y statute la wjkn effort would be made to repeal the law creating the railroad commission, on the. grounds, <,'.. : .
"" .; ,that'as the law had fixed the"rate'the comfnissjon"would: have nothing to d>. With thIs 'report from the j House Committee. who" had '-', ".

:; made the investigation and other, information-before me, I took the position that the railroad commission would fix the rate' ;at three .';

$ : : cents,.when-it would stand the test of thejfburts, as the U.S.Supreme Court had-long since decided that all quasi corporations was, entitled m

I :. to.'a reasonable interest on their investment, and not knowirgwhat the ,investment receipts or expenses were; I preferred to leave -

: .. with the people who did know.and who had J been: elected for that purpose<< : so voted against the bill. When: !, the bill came up in the Senate :- : '

a: a big majority of the Senators evidently thought as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote / to t o., Senator Larson of ;. ..) i
Osceola ;vl1o-,1 ani sure had' much do with the Railroad Commission Of/tiS .
County as to creating as any and whose father-in-law, -; : ':-,
p. "_'}!" :t Hon. 'J. M. Bryan was a commissioher i 'at hat time, voted against the; bill, and I'am sure he did so be ,he thought it.should be left :. v ,.

4 : to.thecomDssion! and 'that he haldreasonjto!: believe, the commission was then considering! the'question." ajSe Senate journal l,: page 999.. :: ;.:'
Senator Baker of the a'oth"district (and a'more honorable man never.hved, ) gives this. explanaton of this : ._ .I' -;.

{. : -; -, ';Mr. President, :-,.My position,on. -Ij ch' questions as this is'a matter ol record and well.kno\Vn'to, all.| I have helped to,enactIntoi t .- t

4,..: :law_a measure that delegates full power td'a Commission! elected .they people, 'whose duty it is to ..ass -upton all such questions I leave __ ,'" : \
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the responsibility;_with the commission.ajhjd shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill. |ti v. ,

.' < : \ >'As ,further: evidence: that my position, was the correct, one we .find the rate was afterwards fixed at three cents and, mileage \f; it..

books kept at: ,two, .nd.8ne half cents. p '' f L '. .;,- ,:
i t .'I: : V ,.: I regret very much to be forced into a newspapercontroversy but as some few political ,agitators aqd curbstone politicians seem to ;< a. :; "

:.a" J, J;?have,nothing! to do nut,.walk, the? sir ets:!nd endeavor to. array one class' of citizens, against another, and are endeaworirgtou injure,me in."*' .- ...i ,' ... .
; ...- .?!jfmy: race,for Representative,- Iihaye"'written: the above: but |I[. promise not to pay any'further attention to them: .," :
If wants to'know portion either'in the pastor at fl!' will* ':''; .
any! man .my present upon any public matter, gladly tell him; but I ask' \
\ -' them' not to take statement ,of my political enemies I .- i 1 :- 'ft'" "1 .

H \ ;:' ::?' : .I shall leave the, ,-matter. .,with' the people. They know me,.and they know:my opponent, so vote; for ybur choice,:and I will l be satisfied-! '; .'. .

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the railway' -rates at three cents mile and how each voted(; ,', : f
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__J! bill to be entitled an' cr' to-"fix'the fare for' passengers| on all railroad: trains! jn this .:. ," {:, 7.q

4 ", state at three,cents per.mile. and to.provide :penalties i for its Violation.. ,\ .- ..i ;:". .. ,

,' ,3- Was read the first time':by'its title .and::referred to thai Committee on:Railroads andy ':.' .. ..,, !''ti. !'f' ,_
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} 4.,* House Bill,No: "sex: wastaken,up and ead''second .timelin' full ":.( -,-/' J' '. ;" i V' '

'Mr.:'Davidson of jGadsden moved-to indefinitely pos ponF||! he;biII.1" '.'. ._...: -: '.,i., }EUGENE: : H. DI1\iICK .';
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'_ YEAS! W.: Watson, ,(Speaker,of'the House), .Messrs.; Butor|| Clark (T. L.), 'Clove, Davidson, 'f; .1 f CANDIDATE'CLERK '

Davis,Dow den, Fnlton Hendry, McGriffio, Palmer,' (W. L.), Parriah ,o Manatee, Ranej, Russell, Sledge. .,, OF THE CIRCUIT COURT r
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Mi'c: NAYS- -:Mcaara.- '" Anderson-- ,_ Broward T > BurrChambeis- < ,: Crawfo*-!d. Duckworth Godfrey! Gornto, : ;

kf' Griff! Grtut,' Conn.Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson! ,;Johnson! Jones, McElroy, :McRae. of Pasco,'UcRae of _

Putnam.. Ost'een, Parriah of Holmes; Raulersoa-,-Rivers of.Columbia. ., Thomas, Whaley. ,AVilliamson Wilton. \ a&Q-r- -I .., ,
at of Mr. Dlmlck
Thirty yean the axe u county treasar r. ton
Wolfe.=29. J" I yeara Eugene, H. Dlntlck. came-to I fill the nnezplrej term of J. r. I*,
e.orlon Dade county and w1(;h" his parents I mond. reilcaed. That same. faD k.
So to indefinitely postpone was .not agreed to f- : wu elected to the
'_ ,:,: : and relatlvea. aettlej at Palm Beaeh ''w.. same poeJUoa sad
Mr .Burrmoved that the;.rules ',be,waived ''a.nd. that House! BdlNo. 50: be read a thirdtime In 1S81 his family removed to North t Mr.reelected Dlmlck WM In 1JOO.not again' a I caadl-:
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and.put upon its" .- _i-.; i ;**. : '?> 3 ). ':-V Carolina where he attended the com date for once until he.was\ tadnced
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passage ,
: ?- -.?,> *-*> ., ; d mon schools near their. home, and by a committee comopted of tfi.
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Which.was agreed to by,a two-thirdsvote.. ; ... ,fl' where his father died compelling him resentatirea of the labor haloes and
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{ And House bill No. 50 was,read a third_time in full to give op further achoollag; In order others, to become a candidate for
? to f o to work to aid his mother In the county commissioner from the Beeoaj
?. Upon.call of the roll the vote'was: .. S" ',",, ... support of himself and two younger Commissioner District at the Jut ;
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,- .- ?:>. ,::, 'f.-q' t sisters, \ Democratic'Primary la Dade oroty,'
YEAS-l1essn, Anderson: Broward*-. BrownPurr. Chambers,.Crawford- ',At ,-Godfrev.Griircs.GranU GcaiS: ; J": His first work was driving teams on and was elected by a. CaUrbix taa-
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'Buur.1aCkaoi Johnson; Jone, McElrov; McRae.dPuco1kRa.e. of Putnam Osteen. Parish- of Htdme.: 1 the mountain roads |between Hlg'h- Jority. |
lands.. North Carolina and Wallahalla. For nearly Utn montla Ur.'
; Ranlervoa, Riven of; Alachna,; iftra._!:of Colnml.ia,: Stedye, Thomal Whalejr WiiliamsonVriisonland:; South Carolina. A year later his Jck baa served aa county commlaaion-Dim
e Wolfe. 29 v "" p '' -.' 'v';' '* mother Jtod. and with his sisters her.. how wen he has served and will
returned to Dade county where ha haa what Interest
and fidelity: to the treat
J' NATS-J. w.Watson, (Speaker {the.House), Mestra.. ,A oilB'.f! r 'Clarke;::.Cloae.lDavSdscn! ; .! 'j;... ; since resided ". Imposed la well knows la his jUatrlct

Davis, Lowden' ,'' Fulton.. Hopkins. 'McGrifiSn,.Palmer:' ,6:'Pa'rrie, '
t ,_-17 --- ,,>. .'- DImIck waa elected on the first city say that If elected Clerk of the::cirenlt ,
- : 'I I ; council. where he aeryed with credit Court the cltliena of DaJ- will aar
.. So thebill,, passed, title as stated'- f "_"."',:..1:1.;: ."."..': to himself and to the: community. la him an official'who wlQ-aot only*
fl cr. ;1' A Uttlc-later he was a delegate to be competent aaj coorteou bat i
_ s ..And House Bill No. 56 was ordered certified to the Senate.; Page 433 -. .JSenate .' '. the convention at West Palm B !ach the duties of the JIOItU a .wltl'perform ;
'* : I i .*< '." which declared against the convention the fidelity and careful $ thst
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Otrla'Phon\' i86 tI- DIKINGhdertaker: \" ; .4ff.;j;-Phon.oe... ;, Summer Beginning Closings today Begin the summer closings "POP"
Most .
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AnyDA "
k3 ,become effective all mercantile -

I )L establishments closing their business '
h Sand Etbalmer.l ; i' .
.. at 6 o'clock ta the evening. This 1
ti! J '".,......... ... will be continued'to November 1, nn- ..
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,1"- \ 'JSOO AVENUE D|J leas ibe'merchants as 'a whole meet rye*! __ fir '

: \RESIDCNCK 21 o 7th siStEi and decide on a change. Drug stores All ethers webs
a' L;- and some few other establishments "Pep" but they **>t 1111Mb'
1'1 win remain open until later In the evv-
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is apt to,, be one on which' JJ Trlu sing ;

,: | ''you will have to.purchaser \ erspiia1: '-jot es 1 To Let- Cheap, for summer, two Cascade"G1nerA1e
tewj '
i s ., ( : cottages; four rooms each. Furnished
r for housekeeping. One-block front1
saH SVSlKMSSa SSSMISIMSa MB 1 business center of city. Enquire o'
A I 1 Mrs.' N. :B'F; : :,left 'last ,night I There Wonly.one| way youll ever Mrs. J. Austin Hall. 307 11 street;: ;'iJlf t.l .
*,'' .. tot Savannah,' where she goes to visa'I, know usJhow; delicious Blue Ribbon "

:rlendl'for the nest few weeksPicture ." ; Lemon and Vanilla Extracts are.,Get Hilderbrand's I.
"Grandmother Legacy"A '
bottle hind give desserts the .I
-- a your_
WEDDINGGIFT popular, catching, and InterestIng .
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frames made to"order... Tie- flavor yoojican Flivor."not forget; the "Bine production entitled -"GrandmotherHllderbrand's We are tile exclusive Bottlers Better Off

Racket Store. Ribbon Legacy" will be presented of "Cascade" In this territory. I l

\ $ at the Auditorium on the evening There area: lot of sinters alec. without a smoke than i have one tkat
*i Mr P. H. Roper, of Danla 'arrival "Faust" Tonight o!the 7th of May, for the benefit but none te compare with unsatisfactory...
.J ... .. will From li&Jlcatlonl a large crowd will "Cascade.? Be sun No f necessary, topayhigk'prices
"'"L' in- town-' this"morning and spend of the public school library. The yen tel"Cucad1 for In,
$iigars order
..;,;i the* day listening to politicians. Y attend tlwj;;presentation of "Faust".byl I play will be under the direction ofMrs and no svkatltata to them :
get Om cent
good.
Aff ... fbe ,Mianit Conservatory of Music at ,, ten cigars r
Maud Baron and she has selected will size anywhere being-wort t
J.ot... the the-fair Building tonight One of the and able, cast for up aa
rate at Anthertord competent '
double. :
Summer The Norma artiness' sickle w
-, ;1. features Fog the evening will .be _an which la to be Mall. orders 'given special attention ,
.,; Boarding House 223. Ninth streetMrs bjr the the'play promised one "t' clear should never have been tagged
address ;; Rev.-W W. Farts and
of the best ever seen here. iucJa
with 'almall price.The
presentation ot\dlplom81 and Certificates qualityof
J Well be ready for you,when. ; Helen H. Coate. of Ottawa to tile graduates.For AcmeBottHng'WorkS : the tobacco and its'excellent'! flavor ,
*' Can. will deliver a free Illustrated lecture t $10 REWARD"Last .stamp it as a'ten cent cigar, AH oarcigars
'fi.j the day comes with the right to ladies In the Fair Building- i' Saet-A'fneKentacky mare at Pearl handle Smith &: Wesson ,are,in,PERFECT,CONDITIONi
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES Thursday afternoon at''4 o'clock.' ] i revolver; ZZ 'w.. 3 1-2 inch bar- 'MIAMI. FLORIDA. .
rel.- Return to .this office and receive I' I ..'
:ft .' For Sale Sixty acm prairie and .; I reward. Sixth, Street, ,West of the loe Factory ',"'- "
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Ii', ', timber land In AUapaltah entirely I
: ", {The.. police department .a gooa '
I fenced. Apply 212 Tenth street "
Five
t Caught Tarpon
business'; sterdaT and la txnlght, and Gen. Louis Fitzgerald and his guest Mrs. E. G.: McAllister.6edcReal HAYES
51 YNA D''SQNii1t i Miss Sarah Bayne, one of the most I as a. result twenty defendants either I'I Major antaDt./have returned In the p'
M popular teachers the Miami public annrered,:)n person or left a txmj with tioukeboat Bonito from'a two weeks' The Man.-1
Cigar
schooljeft this morning for Asheville I Judge Sanders In the Municipal Court cruise in the vicinity of Indian 'Key.
...Her In the school. The majority of the offenders 'were EstateRentals.
sr Noc. classes were I .
"JEWELER* and OPTICIANS: .f They'were successful In landing'fivetarpon.the BOTEL
; : the to bid her good-bye.: extensionjtlaborers who came' to tll1t '
at depot ; largest weighing 140 .t OPPOSITE B1SCAYOTB
pounds .
.to.l elebrate and went to the -- ,
fft Next to Peetefflce MtsneL Fler den Icity 1 31 bonefish and 337 -
other.flsh.
making
>>, thai* is red several times too Insurance
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"l j Doat tan to regiaur.yoar child far', a total of 373'In all. and Including } <
: oft D. H The Gautier Mouse[win be for
sCE the special summer.term at the MVami several shark and a large turtle. open
,. ,f' Conservatory a;..Mass... ', fJ't ,'. green f the summer at'.umnaer i rates. Airy'
The Bonito is
now being stocked with I
R. L. MercerW Umbrellas repaired and recovered. Offices rooms and'fine culalle.
E I 1latcheuBldg.Suite'No. ,. ,
II i ..Leave. at*Racket Store ":* gas, water,and provisions and will try ,
to'the school : their luck with the
Come dancing tonight finny.trbe once b t.
: f 207 AVCSMC D School flourishing/. ;' I Roth building I more before the Bonito Is laid up for 320 1 12, 12th SL For, Rent Small;fnmlsned ]oeu ).
1Y' 8R0IER til calltct rants Boulevard.- .
7toe. .. ,t yew the summer. They will likely getaway I on ; Address Box,73;
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Mr. s. E. Davis, of, St.-Augustine; Ladles' Ittend Thanks 1 1 the I lOth or 12th., To Parents School
The ladlfs of theFlrst ).(. E. Church| : 1 =will Soon be Out! j
GROCERIES6atmedMeats but who has been located In Miami for !i -
'' dealde td'lbank those who so >
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generousjr It are
,.. some time,past, has gone'to the ku- 'I There ,many people who can -
) donated articles for their THE ,
rummage read human nature
In.the
lines of the
visit his
4 dent City on a to family an.sJ
: fresh wJ anJ weryttoii sale, and;who helped them In any way jhandV I ; They tell to their own satlsrtactlonVirfeat I f. :-

f\ '*.... te Is ft f or'Ibe title:.'eau credit B'flood _: !,13 SdI."I'S'f \ ",___. ;i. .'.'i4tFoe'Rent : ,q.d"ts; >>: 1ll.} 'r.j ;,".,; kind. et,a'person carries Miami i '
'.... Daniel ',11'.t11 generous Use of onehIs' /t'the h.a.rel'. -are others who can ,Conservatory: Music
4 for MM.week taIr.AI parties wilt ," ;:;f collage. :C roommCorner'Avenue' .toldooma'tor"the"purposes' ( 1 of i j ten.a man by thei-wajr he hoi Js.his { .tl ,.
\ "do Ml remit praapttr shal be set ffMtiunt Band 7ti streeL.KB. '
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holdrnr"*h ld4aler'fh"l1Im of $145 'lead. There are others who can tell hold '
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| Briber Mflc*.' Kenney.J33.Jth street. ;. was..cleirea from the sale.' )' I by the penmanship what kind of a Will a special Summer UrnTMay 1st.to a. In VIol, .

mi t tI '. "rs! "_ .. person he Is, and In each.case there Is Plane,j Kindergarten and Primar?.Music' Call tor write for parties- t d
'ReyrE.v.-macman:; left last night PI LOST much truth., lars and terms. A fine opportunity for the young folks.' Practice

I for Jacksonville where he goes to a. Two fib and-five $5 bills In'a roll. I Did 'yon ever' stop to think that yon Planes supplied free. _.. : REGISTER EARLY ,
tend the meeting of the' State'Horticultural '
caafteHft ,
mMOFFATS t firm. br Ita advertising
I' which 8undayi| Finder please return to this FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH, Director, .lZSTW.lftljbSt
session
Society Is in a .
the In
omce and receive $20 reward.. : ; Study ads i;this paper and yon ; H' r
bat: place.". 'He,"will be gone about. a I I"Alligator t jJ' -' will be surprised bow 'true to life they
week.. Wttt are. This Is a better test of oar theory
JoeGoing
Lunch .WarreD Frazee better known as" "Ah *than any thing else. Ton know '

Dairy 'HOMIER..will,eoneet'ye W, Nata: ligator Joe",will leave the later part of far the merchants and yon can' judge how, LikeFincAgMoney.
$ this 'week with his collection of wrong we are.
,,' reptiles There are the firms who have been'inbusiness :
Kiss Nichols who has been visiting consisting of alligators crocodiles. .
Everythkig new, g Dr.-and'Mrs..W.' S. GramUnifortJIeput .'''m uatee.. etc, for Kansas City business at a lone a good time profit and,have They a fair are
v 'few:weeks;.was a passenger onthla'mornlag'e.traln"euronte where Q-Is.under contract to exhibit
satisfied to let things take their courseTheir .
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the the to her In the?grounds of a large brewery. '
; .Dwottiij. making ad tells that they'can be foundat
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Joe" will'I take his collections here
home Waterbury Conn.' Miss Nichols the same old place and their goons \
t ;' ; has made admiring frlenJs and at Palm Beach .consolidating them
: deanest aid neatest Avifig many are.the came u usual so there is no
while here who an hope to. sec her la Into one and says they will fill three use to change the reading hence their

I ,in Florida. _again. .. .' -p; ,',:>. carL, ;lAt j: .Jacksonville hs will ,be ad stands the same an the; year and .' :. :;
dty.
'y room tile" *. *' ., -"",,: '"ii joined ::,}iy;his father',Randolph;FT-? year after year. :
-> -T tee: ,"-wluj wu with,him here-all sea There other firms who .
Tot,Beat. .Fumlsliel house:, cool are make .
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i! AN. IDEAL PukeFOR 1 six rooms.and) au.t 211,:Tenth: '.St.Dr. :.. I son management, and. who of will the assist exhibit him In Kansas In' the sensational cost price and runs when of,prices yon read'below It you the \, . ;" ,, ;
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; LADIES, -', ". -. :- City the will return to Miami earlyIn look at once for the hook for you know \
aDd Mrs. Edmund s. Mot'pq a ; ; c
the tail.t it Is a bait because no man can sell \ \ ; '
Jackson's IBBs'x.,J..left wa- .'.
oorn- 1. __ goods below'cost unless he makes It "
:- Not Coaae ted with a saloon tug for.their northern home..They lad ,
'sCtiooh
.A dancing win be open up some other way. ,
been:guests at the Ban Carlo*;Hotel. every afternoon. commencing Monday, There Is the firm with the catch 2 110son. 14th Streetbetween

Botttrmilk day et:.. since early.last fall.anU. ettly leave Miuql April 30, from 3 to 5 p. m..for children sentence '"We want your money." .
ever no*jpn.account,of buz1nese taking I and; from'7.to 9 p. m. for adults That was a fool thing to advertise and \
5c a "glass.: bgbttre-V: tae&cior north ,Dr' and Mrs..Mor- In.the;;Roth building\on :12th,"street the way It was run showed ,the firm \\

freshraents) served during can baye"been comCne,to'Miami for A danif will be, given every Friday was new In the,advertising field. It ,
the put three or tour winters and are nlgh-t Mrs. was until \
all hours : A. McKenzie_ Instruc- run everybody was tired
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; entbulIalUc advocates of the city's ti and the did
: tress, papers not want to printIt
future and..while here made hosts 'I a any longer. Then that firm madea
Std door east of-Avenue D on 13th of friends; Dr. :Morgan expects soon !H, D. Allison Mark.ts.Clnciaatl. .V, change of front and advertised that D ana

_ street Front BuUdinjr. MaimlFla.E1 to: publish a journal on lines never,b* ?, April 30- .Fancy."tomr they would fill any order made to the .
Fore attempted audit. is hoped he.win toes 13.50; .choice. "2.JO. Potatoes catalongne house for S cents less thanit ti
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:.,' be successful.; '""t''I IS; cakes $3; beans. '$225.Well, could be Delivered from ChIcago.EYerr'bod1 I
Brockman Co. >said it could not be done .
E1 Special Subscription Atlanta. April 30- Tomatoes $2.60; but the firm made good their promise I J \ '
THE !RACKET ,STORE cnkes:;J2.00; peppers $1.60 squash, and that Is always the test of value ofadvertising. \
% ; $LBO to $2: eggplant,'tt.50. Market Their ads have been of '
r' actlve. ,Bell Bros.. : the kind that It takes very little effort Works
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J fate, f April.: 1S ill. huCI Richmond April 3O-Tomatoe.$3.50, for the, reader mind of and the buyer observant to see intelligent that hovelty rev_ a
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cokes!|3.50; potatoes, $6; beans .$2.
they are up to late .and leading In \ I-
Good demand. Crovo ft: Crenshaw.
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Baltimore-, April SO- Tomatoes $2 MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY.
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Ribbons,and X ':I., ;GRAND 'CONCERTj $1500, each

andDelineator .
F Laces l' J A ,
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Keep this:in mind; we,save \
Miami Music
Conservatory of
you money. : ,.. 11<. 'Y1--e
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As1c any'of.our"customers : 'Franklln'Colemaa'Bush_ Director' ; .
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We trii ten'-i :sate:oo :shoes P' "ecxt third act of Gounod's--1 *cW '-famous!** opera' ...: : .

..Both' fw $225. .,,, 'week thatwffl btrrest yon' : iP.:: .& ST" f f.., (C j, J Brassier & Son


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SMITHSBOOIVSTOUI weft SE LIEVERYTHINOAHDS LL IT CHEAPER:- fait Building Tuesday l Evening j ,May 1 1200 Ave. ;Dt Miam

6 e, h '. Admission 35c.:Reserved scats 50c, On"sale
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W. H. Chaile & Son
..rywt' : U Saturday, April,28,'at Bash & Safford Pt Company <..,


I U11: Avenue D. Miami' Fla LAST: CONCERT OF THE SEASON I Counselors and Contractors in f1
MIMI.I \ land 10_Cot Anne_ at ISIS AT*..IX Realty

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Mechanical: and Hydraulic Englnor: v 'iirOIVI1, 11iblJlf! : otr

f ICTndmms steel towers. tan 3. gar 'i"-' :

lUa black punplnar pipe at engines.wholeeals.galvanisedMf Specialacklaery _.......:,...'.. :!'._ _:_:_.> -t,;, ....[......"..,. '........>.zlrlr'- ) .c ". Great Clearance Sale

designed and l>nflt Agrat Council Meets Thursday Night i Deaths Warrarft Expected r a
-- jar Dele Acetylene Oaa Oeneratorsa The city council meets in the' flrstl|I Ndlilnj has been heard by Sheriff
of the regular semi-monthly sessions ,Frohock relative to the death warrant
ThnrsJay.Sroesler. nlilt" for jai. Brown: the negro convicted
o! murdering Mrs. Dora Suggs, nearCocoifiut

Miami SkatiijgOpen want to list yew,, .property, Grove several months ago. AT'
The("record* of the trial were sent .
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to Governor Broward some Um. ago; ,
Reliance'' In Port and -the warrant commanding and fix ,
* Rink' The coasting schooner Reliance. from ing (the"date for Browns execution 1* :
Key West with a cargo' of general expected. ( dally
merchandise and several..passengers,
I S to 10 i. .... for: begliieraOptn arrived in port yesterday afternoon. II!; :
.... HOMIER means Sara liusouueiUsWill
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Open 7 U 11 p. m.: ROSSIER means .ata law 11111 TR BURDINI4S

? .+...., afUraoan reserved for ......' ......* (' '',' Captain.Buy Newt George Yacht fl. Meyers, who recentljr
Saturday ,ferenoea reserved Two Cars of Hobo.7; : sold his crack UtUe yacht Clara
COMPETENT chll"'I' ,:Two more cars,loaded,with,hobos accompanied by Mrs-Meyers. will leave
Admleatoa 10 eantm, Skating from the F. E. C. extension camps left the litter part of week for Brooklyn
Sth St West af Ice Factory. Upstairs the .city lut night on ,their way; to wfierii they will spend the summer not ... continues with interest t and l
Jacksonville thence to New York This returning home until October.. Whileawayi'r. renewed vigor.' .
..a exodus of the laborers roaght from .Captain ,Meyers will purchase .
,I.,The Van Cod Will OM Find Summer at ,Time I the North' last fall:leaves the camps anodther and larger' yacht than tne, We add .a number of i important items to those already mentioned
with only about one thousand men Clara and will come south In her, the ;
at;work audit.is feared.It wDl" be boati'belng put In the pleasure party I : .
., Jotoo & Tompkins hard to,teeJ many there,'during,the business here.SROSSIER.. t
; summerand If notYnegro, labor>will ti : '
I be substituted. means REAL ESTATE '- deck i
ij 'I 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests taped Yard wide unbleached ttC"t

5 and' 1Q c i the Store Miami your Furniture pianos.or Company's tnrnlttnre.at storage -I Wilt:Reorganize Red Men and sleeve, worth anywhereten 25( 20 yards to each1 customer(or-.l.'...,'I' I

Tpmoka Tribe No. 27, Improved Order cents, now '4 for.... ;
x1 817 and :i. Twelfth' street. '
Store ''' ' { .' Red Men will be re-organized .4: 12 yards; Lonsdale Forg tlMe$1
Variety here tomorrow night by J. F. Hoffman, I
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I 2o dozen ladles' vests Not w '
gauze Bleaching !
Mr. Wilson Returned 25
D.' O,1 r s., This lodfk wan once verynourishing _
-ro, Any vaefid article ear light.hove ; ,Councilman 3.\L Wilson who.went but for several months' ;'''worth 15c .now 3 for_';;'._ ( ;,
...' ,In tin, grantt* and wooden .ee.I' to Tampa to attend the meeting of citizens paat.Tia been Inactive. All ex-mear I -
.A -loti line of door and porch called for the purpose of form f and thOle'who signed the petlUoa' -i iber )12 dozen ladles' gauze.vests, 25 Great t, title of 'SMts'Iaaificed

Lamps Moertmeiit ruga of. Conch toilet hats article, eto. notions A lug an association for,the improving yIor reinstatement also those, ,worth 2oc, now 2 for_ .....:.. (& ,..' y : ,-"i ,--_ L
: Outfittora of sanitation and thereby 'increasing whlti males over 18 yeafs at age and: ;., | -We hare a broken line o ;Clad and
It. and gentlement. -
far.ladles la email wares. for.light housekeeping the.general' health''ot\the state renrend nudes Cfty'years are requested to be : Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In Monarch shirts ,in attacked and de.

:; No.; 1017, Avonao, D, Miami. ,'Fta. II:: very home enthusiastic last nlghtMr.Wilson,over, the' result oUtt present at,at 7 b'clock Ullendorfs when Hal the lodge tomorrow will black, white, blue and pink I worth. ftRp G we tacbed we offer cuff-to Also close coat in shirts LOTS which

and say that the'assoclatlou formed be t rraDIze4. The< Initiation fee ,25. to 35c now two fOf__.___ .TFO
b bound to be of much benefit to the, wllHke: place.! 'within the reach of all I '
state In more, 'ways than one.1QUALIFICATIGIMS'' persons acceptable to' membership. .v One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks, Lot I. Cluet attached; and detached cuffs

'WirefQr Meandi'llWjre.ForYou" worth' thirty-five to/seventy and coat .shirts, priced 1 1.50 '

.. Q|: F ELECTOR: : : .',five cents, your choice for-....--.-:_t )51" and .2.00,. now "' .,.-$1 120 i

-:-Twenty-five dozen ladles ''fine' ,, nAnene .Lot 2. Monarch attached and detached.
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: THE cu fs..wo' 155, o'f'
: hemstitched handkerchiefs,. put up 3 In' .95G' :
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G.: H. BROWN; -:;'election-on orbefore,:;'every.; Democrat 1 must on...Anyxjnale.) ll.tax for person the,year.came 1905. "to the.' :'100 lawn and silk baby, caps=at:hal J price Special Shoe Annoincefnent ,

ELECTICAL}CONTRACTOR register --. NEXT' MONDAY State of Florida: before'.January' 1. Keith's Konqueror 3.50 and 4.00k;
April 30th, Lawn and ercale'wrappers' .
"' 190JJ: mUlt.pa, one poll for;each of 95c45c .
t' 11'i3A.uDC.C" Polltaxes torthe e i'nOt' and they! r'ears41904..and 1903.. "wO( 1 ,1.50 ''now__ ..+r_:-. ( i ,We are exclusive for Jiafamoa.
t." :: : ,.!tiT who to the amenta shoe'
905-one dollar for each rearmnstb male\person came t : For
State Lan Klmonas and sacques stjle. fit aDd service this line baa no sn<
paldto'the, county taX collector onor of Florida after January 1,1904. ; ( periorand few. equals., ,JUT&CEIVED

\ before':',SATURDAY, MAV, 5TH- onE and'before!:| oli;Ux 3anuarY,1.-1905.for\the year; 1905.most pay'I: 'worth 75c, now_ .. a new: line in all the late and popular styles F .,

,- f unless so paid yon cannot Tote In the I'.4py'malerpersom" who 'became 1 C5 '\ '- ., r<
< 'BISCAYNE Jay trlmary' .. ", '" : yeah, o*, age_before Jpnuary1.. 1904.Is .. '- t '
l A The f olio wlnjj. Information relativeto : exempt from poll taxation.. ,- W: M.; Burdine 316-318
., DRUGI payloc poll taxes Is published for i ?Ahymale person '"who .b amt'SI: TweV th St
the benefit of those not thoroughly fa i years !of;; age t after'January-1,.1901, a- K
miliar-with :the repulrementaofthe. andbefore: Janu. ,.1, 1905 must PI1'lon&1 1l
COMPANY' .aw.In"the premises J: >oll tax'for.tkefear'J90LJ: _:: j .. \<
1 Any''maJe"persol1Tb became;21 ,; male: person who'has'lost'//a t '; '
years of.age,before aJnuary 1.:110": l llrab in battle.la exempt from. poll 1 '
mast pay;one for each of-.the.years tatitlon. \ : T.Ay -15..:MDYKES Marfts-Oysterand; 'Ch House
e ; ItM.an..'1905.' ,." r male person who became 21 : op -..
: Any:.maJe. person,',who became, 21 years of age after January 1.1905,.Is '334 Tenth Street I -- ..
years of age:before Jan nary 1. 1904. exempt: from taxation. .". ">V Sea Food, Our:'Specialty. :f"
An. kinds;BtacksmitJi-ig Md Repair 'I ,,
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:Medicinal, \ Work Wagons Oysters,,bj plategnart. or alof :; i1

r (. ommencement', Concert HORSCSHOCING' .: u, '-' ; I .Spawty.'Burkhart. '. Meals served at all hours,, ,410 12th Street-.,Miami Flonda' '

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not only Important that 1"I Wind Power .
: FRANKLIN COL'BMAtj 1! BUSH,-Directof v ,
get the.best>aluesr V. !4 i Expert Repairing, ; ,
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4; :.but.;/'also thatyou: ; I Fair BuildingMay; ::1 /0(5( cheapest power for raising water.:\Note the'people': who have ;[:
that giyeyou. .. ; ; ,; : them they could have steam gas 'and hot air too if they want '
goods .
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'.satisfactory results. ;,we. '. 11. I(':!: ', '" '.' r. ; ,".! MeItK&. Kolb t business and with, my: pump mechanism that I have just beengranted .'ft

have',:a, "reputation", for i. 'PROGRAM ,'.., :.,;,;: value and patent fife of any on.wind I will milt guarantee'outfit 'Any to .double.inf ringements the capacity trill, ,,
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eliaudPreaelltatt Jg. p V'l" REAL ESTATEBAKOAINS '

-Ir;;;": dd' :- ,' ".DL'W.W.I'ARIS 1 of Diplomas and Certificates. 'f \ C, fl' PERRY; Cocoanut ',Gre ve, Florida, !
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2. 'V"caI Solo The Flowererre"au Ag-low my Love\ A fine S acre bay front la CoetaiMrt $ee .Dr.'Burtfiham, .
AND. CIGARS., f.-...".wi'.T,.."...*,;".:.;..Sji--j...%'-...:.4.'j.'Pflferkorn, Grove.,- good house, well set In bearlag \
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Lot'on Sth street, between Avenues
4. Violin' Solo- =Tranmen,i'/.ilt'U' ...,.:i.j.Schijraann. C and'B, $160a" terms. If joi ll\|are a sufferer from any Chronic Disease JlcervTamori,,Ca: .. ,'.'
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MISS DORA DEARBORN; "* cers or. any Blood Disease Catarrhal Discates'of Head Throat ;ll ;.
,S. Vocal. Solo. RomanzaYiolib. obligato.Mra.Bushj. House and 'lot' on 10th street between i L oge.'Stomach Bowel., DyspepsiaIndi: est'on. Recta "
.' .... '. .--,., v .-.. -"rRobardi Avenue and bay tz7SQ.u. Let 1'I
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We are, Now Readyto burnish .., it. 4i"f. .." I! \ DiseaseiFetnale Diseases 1\
i'. ,. 't IS E....B 'I... show you.thl. .

Tribune, .. Slid.. '; s:, .iolinSolo-AirVarie:: ":- : ; ._{!tij.:m..,....;"..V.....-..Danda, south 10'sere of Lemon;Bay front City.,,$3000. cheapen :i All t tesi,Electrical Aids:, l 8omeoPaic Medicines ,
C &;\; '* V. v MR. B... r,BAVIS. :" 4 '
," :' ,! 25'acres hammock and truck land and i sfock of Specially r
.. large [prepared remed esr:for. Special work
and: othernwkes : 7.r'VocalSolo-Abienti: ; .j.;'.Jti....... .,v.Metcalfi' : 50 grapefruit 'trees, finest In south S'

.'', .' ;' -' 'MIas. .MATMElMPSOX. -, "' P. : .. ,-".r-", ',>':" !';;i Dads;,11'year:old. 200 young trees, : Lads$ Maid.'Ali, ajs;io Atten dance ., :

o!:Bicycles; : '-o.i-, ( rs.:y YioJiI1So18antina.;,...tJ.,;:'. .......,;...'..,.,,.Reinecke. }I. good county house'rock and road.beautiful' $9500.' You grounds should en Dpstjira in Metropolis Building. From 9a.'nL .0(4( p. D. San.'excepted, r.
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it 'Ii' ;.' MISS ELMa JtjlUF\I4N: the views at our officeS5' ,
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,/' "% :9..YjoliciSolo-La,! .. Cinquantaine! ,f. ..;i.t..Gabriei-Marie( ....acres eltared.on".House Lemon and City 200 tre+e :':i
: I- ,}:.' ,MISS CECELIA jtAUFMAXX: "' '' Good views.of the bay.for a ehert .
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,10.. "-Piano- -Solo-Rbapsodie'HgagroiseIL.-.Liszt Itl -, time only' $4000 Ohase&Co Chase &:Hari yI '1

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.. t I tPARlfll -* .'. .Vrr- __ MollyT
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:" CHASE &: BARNEY Inc. Fire. :
,; The bicycles arid" other'gopdsare Act i: Faust, "(n''cdstame).,:&: ,....... "...";t.'.Gounod .
\ __ mRECTIOXOF.MISTAUAFERRO. | ,., ": .- I[ FRUIT AND .
; the best stan1 '\ -_ ,.f'. : :: On Shnrt Long Time Accident
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:difdgOods'.Ot:1: t m r (:/ .; ;;.',....Orertiue, .' .aunt-Two pianos. S"' "!. .... .!i1t;: <...,., .. t
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Hartford, and other, 'Tires, '. ,"' ;!,,'".,..; .:. ; Cash inGrate
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Coaster Brakes; fitted to old I : < vv '
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wheels. All I work guaranteet c!,I +' :. ...,."' .CHARACTERS \' (Co. Security Go. "'
t i,; lariherjta "'. .'.J:v!> { +. .lliss Ueecher
Best new wheels for hen231.12th i t t.' ... Siebet.\\ .,,,*.'-', >.-.:.".,=.'i'u.; ;,,:.1115s Perry
,.Martha-, ,.;........,'ti.,. ..Miss; Phelps ;. Material
: StreetBlue,Front a-1 t .F au5 -... -..,.'.''..... '--,,;". ...- :B;;;|!" .: ._...R.",...,Hallilephtstopheles. NOTICE FIDELITY BONDS,
_, .';;j....,! ,. ..;:f--..,..,..... Prof. : R.'E. Hall'SoeneGardeh'of All the dry goods, clothing and Picking ui Wmlioiisi
Jewelry stores will on May 1. begin '
'Carroll & Clark Margherita a home.: ,- ; closing at 6.o'clock p. m:, dally,except i Esst> End iLml Elier Doct. __OLDEST AGENCY. IN MIAMI
Miss Willie Hahn. Accom, .Mist Saturdays, until the first of No]I
\0 ; vember. Miami Merchant Assn.,
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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY, MAY, 1. 1M I .
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I r'A STORM IN THE JUNGLE. i

j I-I I It COM*. Wltk Roar Llk.That .( .: 3s

t Tbe W 1.1ningT afke.r People who a...have. WmlertalL'never been in a hs |

1 l jungle, talk of .the, sky .as '. painter RealEstat6Barga 1

>. talks of the horizon or a seafaring man i
f.j1 of the offing-as if when yon wanted :
j Talk ,to a man about a subject he knows nothing about and he takes nd'Jnterestinwhat( '; to see it yon only need use your'eyes. I 1

( you say, 'Talk to him oh a subject close to his every day life aiiid : But in the jungle you .don't see the I 4 T .1 I.I Ii ?
sky-at least you only see a few acragi i &
1 you will get his entire attention, sure!: W. elf few choice properties I. die 1Oz.s '
gy patches: of it overhead througb..the aed .
f't I .. openings la the twigs and leaves. Neither I ]. : ,........ --.5-- <> .' .ssl
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DO YOU KNOW do :you feel the wind bolwing.j "'

o "0 .., .. .. .4slw't get burned or,dazzled by the sun.-nor ;,2 lot;.. 50x150 Jon:paved Street:.In 'fine part of'city,. each.; .

4 That each and every. customer who .deals ,at our: store is entitled to one of,our. famous even see'that glimpses luminary about except midday by. from momentary ;. 1 lot'en 10th street, nur Ave. C, a big'bargain at-, .:..... .- ...,-

a I ,TALKING MACHINES, i .. J rF which it follows that a jungle man does I .3 lots 'on'IfIM i street, each..-............... ..........,,..., 14SO.OO 'r
not usually pretend to be weatterwtse. House .and let; on Third_street, 0 rooms fine place, r;
I'' easy twang1300'
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lY RE EAt l If be doe. be is even A greater humbug ,p
: ; than the rest of the weather propb- 'One-half. lot on. Twelfth" 'Street' for ............ ....-. .;:.:. .-..flyHf00

any time.you find you ,have accumulated! purchase'coupons: : to the:amount of $50. are eta. speaking On the afternoon I remember about setting which forth we Elegant horn on'eth, ..... ... ......-.-.' 94006Riverside >

This Is an opportunity for'everyoody,to secure one of the most renowned Graphophoneson on:my walk In trie still glow of.the f -, ... .?, f"

the market, and this offer 'holds. good thro ghout" the enUM year ,of 19o6.,. ,, 0 I tropical calm and wondering rather at l tota .are a i lnlfdl.i] t ,wa have a ,..-;;"chole w rMi.. .: i
CALL,-AT OUR :STORE ANY TIME AND : the Intense stillness of the surrounding' I. t l, J' 1 left\ at .the' fOI1. .W1n, prices: ray
forest Then the air grew cooler and I r t : "', ,
the green of the foliage In front seemedto I v. I. "\ '.a \Jo s, ; ... v" ic.'!: t ye
I..iteril ;Comer'_I lota. TWlI inh Street.. .. .'. ...fi.\.t.-
deepen and pre.ently'ther. was a': r': -; "" ., .r$12SO
r. 1 sound u of a giant waterfall In the [Inside lota on'Twelfthcitr..t..i.', ... f ;c : .
RECitations : ....".... ..... .. ..i.11000.
: distance. Waterfalls do 'j' '
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Songs; \ grow loader,evecy second'whereas the (In'l.d. .lots: straits_.!..:..C.,". ." .;! C .:.:o'.,., .,'" ..-..t7S0

noise In front did so. Then there was ,"Corner. ,lota' .:onothsf: atrt tav ........... .:..'..... l\i.-\ '.";. ." ..fiooo.
'4 : aloud, angry'growl. 'as:of'a dozen' "I; .....,..1:' -,.'t'; : 1(. :, ..,y-' I I.' ,'.i 'r
r r' lions. A minute more and the whole :
I" jungle began to roar as If fifty) squadrons : ., Remember I that' wjitsrnewer, lights, paving and street. railway. will ,+R

\' of heavy' cavalry were coming up ::it.j '. all be down there In .the 1I.ax. sixty 'days.ft y a
at a gallop. Then
came a drop of rain { .
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: r ., r. Then the storm g' 1 < J
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the above Itself.brushwood r dArkenl'di-A'deluge beneath the of trees hissed raindrops clattered and bowed blotted .;' ,,' ,J J'H., '1f" 'Ta' .t n'mJ i ,& I J 0., I

Stories ands etc. out the narrow view. Crown it -. ... .
came, soaking through the densest t :
leaves under which one fled for refuge,
striking the grass'and sand with mil

} ::EveZW""bQdyl. against lions of the dull leaves thuds as dashing if they furiously were so SEND :FOR'.A)PLUMBEFIts'his'business : t. "'I 1

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Is talking about'the !low prices of our. good and at same time, enables you to get for.your many with. Innumerable hostile shlelol perpendicular*,'streaking the lines air '' 'to don ending u<< r

home use a natural lone talking machine which'' can,, and will.tell yoU more about the and hurling itself down with the force "he knows'how... : It took, t!time bell" '3

:advantages,be had at our store, .than, we:'are: able' to.tell_ you ,purselver; : of;In bullets.such a downpour one may as wen to..i learn the plumbing, business. and.

walk and .a'lot of practlve, me perfect
get wet as stand still and get "tobeco
wet Unfortunately one did not know 1 '
where to walk to.-' The "circumbendi YOU CAN'T'DO. .PL"M8INQ'to' k

tore bus system" presupposes t. the fact that compete: 'with nee, Your Job win
.Empire 'DrY"Goods. the,wagon wheels and bullock tracks .
tare to be.Jone over spec. It will ,
can be seen'and noted, but when the III '
cart track is no longer a cart track but jot you MORE la the Send Get,US

"all'turned,to rushing ,waters" such 5 ,*
Itr- 327 TWELFTH: 8TRENT. MIAMI;; o. it, tracks cannot be seen and unless :yon : '._H.F.iCRU6tNt :- .. CO. Y
{ have a, pocket:compass you may as j
I ;. well try to fly as to get back to where \ -S Eti;Avow q
yon came'from., 'When"one reads of
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limits' :of, sail; ',city: /upon-'which'.thetaxes always travelers steer 10lt by'ID the,the,sun backwoods-and probably they Southern: Marble1St] Co -

havelbeen paid for the yea* very badly-but when there is no sun : L
j 1905, and.whi} shall not oe a qualified I what are you to do?-:-Slam Press.. r' 8.HOGAN STREET. uLEHoAdauartora .

Miami Business Directory elector In aUother;; respects under the I .- 1 t' foeBuilding \
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il er.ID.L.ud? ;clerk.ho'ahaU? ;The argent miss of lee In the world J Stone, Marble, :etch '

conduct ; shall II probably the one which fills np nearly ,.
sa4.'election be u follows ,
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te. i The. Out of Town Bu .r.and thoa* within the -city will find In the : ".Ina torsA.'J.: : Kolb,'-L'; J; the" whole of the interior of Greenland MOS AIC' ANDTILE 'WORK
list below the addr....* of Miami M.rOhanta undor<- Mathers,'an Chas. A. .Mann Clerk ,':where It has accumulated since '
elauiflod heads for ro dy r.f rnc..: Job. ,H. Cheatham. ;, before the dawn.of history... It is believed .FOR. !'FLOORS. BATH: ROOMS. :MANI'ELS.q e

The polls:cihall: be Pat 8 Clock to now form a block about 000- Mommeits, GeawraJ t Cewetem Wtrk, etc. j jFrapt
4k r :000 J'
miles in
and-close a'aun-down.; :" square area and averag I.arat I '
l t .,I. L. BRAOY CO. C.JL. 'SCRCVKNbealer :, .The baIIot to be used In'uI.I" election ., ing a mile and a half in thickness According Worb UIW radnda bo.lneiq. Senla.RITtrY' .
. / shall ,be', prepared b,', the city to these statistics, the lump of v
rNJa rafts ud VecttablaaUtk inDfap T Tdaea Pa&eaC Ms&.. councilandshall! ; beantbfollow. Ice .Is larger In volume than the whole

.Streot: Con AT &' -"I.I Ha.Qrocere ', .ToQet; artlnlM., ;./tAllsrster. I lag';form: Tor. City. Bt t Ji"- and body of water In the Mediterranean, BROTHERS!=
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I r 1107 tmtugD., Ktand.0 rv.MRS. .: "Agalnat Cltjr Bonds..l. ". and there .is eDough'of it to 3'
wad ItDs' 1- .' E.C. BECK said electloi- may require each elector Britain'and Ireland with a layer; about Machine
offering;to Tote at said election to seven miles thick.,'If It. were cut into Shop V*
: Real Estate; furnish profit that said elector
ALWMMUS possesses two convenient slabs and built up !
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if"'t Dealer !a' ,,>Grocertee.. Oral*.' Twelfth street' MlamL,Ha., defined.* !$ '. ,". '. ', "gallant little Wales" It would forma Agents/ : lbe,New Era Gas :Engines.; Gasolene 4'
r .Hay a4 Said election. shall be held:at,.the pile more than 120 miles high.- There and kerosene '
ri J'wU11HrL. WILSON A- HUDDLETON.Real city! hall in::the city of KiamL-:, .la Ice enough In Greenland to bury the : :engine, repairing a SPECIALTY Y

iT m_ ix*' stnot. ICUat Ito., ... EttUte_ Ord lanrue. That 1&14lOne'; Hundred ''Thousand entire area of :the'rVnlted"Slit. a -1 j ; '
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X quarter, of. a mile deep-LondonOlebe
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; ,..... 'THE, ."MAGNOLIA- OKOCKRY. .. COealcn two-thirds frt C>> ; the voters participating \. .' -' 508 SEVENTH. ,.STREET. MIAMI. :FLORIDA,
A.J.CAMPSELCe A DnwF ApevaI.J
in said elecilon'salt' .
Ybterspartidpatiag ,
ta tlroeatal Bay wad '
t. :Dealer ta Drjr,''ntx>da,' >a6' qualified u herein prescribed; curious' custom"prevails: amongamsnlsn -- tf S
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*, .: ,"' ., ,errs, Oatl"" J'lpf."fwp.QIr.A ; shall be Issued and sold la the several peasants.. When a Boomanian -
-, : *.,ta440i, I Motet J' til.AreBM :r' ,aOaaL,llaW. amounts ail4'for the municipal. ,purposes girl la of a marriageable age;
: all her trousseau, which baa been carefully f
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k For the f purpose ;i of constructing woven, spun and embroidered by Fort-Da1Jas 7
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,.. :l and maintaining a system of sewerage her mother and herself. Is placed la a Land Conip ny
or,for otherwise promoting the health painted wooden box. When a young ,
J. Brown of,the city-Jo the amount of, Thirty : man thinks of Citing to be allowed to
Thousand P 11an., ((30,00040).;to be pay his attentions to the girl he la at 1!.
called and;known aa Sewer Bonds. liberty at first to open the box, which ;
iji For the purpose of Open1Jac.wlJeDlnc.and is always placed conveniently at hand, ,
4 t pavingtbe;: streets and sidewalks and examine the trousseau. If the suitor Has on :its Lists ,r ,
: of. the cltyJio! ; the amount of :'twenty, Unsatisfied: with,the quantity and .\. ,
Sanitarytip A Thousand t iDoIIars ? (f20. 00). *to: ,be quality of the dowry be makes a formal -i. .
( called and!}alOQ as:Street Improvement application for the girl's hand, but .. ,j. '" t :' ;
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BondsFor --j If on the contrary, the trousseau doesnot : t.,<

Plumber ,the purpose of erecting'a public I please' him."be Is quite at liberty. "to some particularly attractive ite.both
bunding- td, be constructed of Miami i retire. t ,
rock to the'amount of Twenty.Thousand 'residence and business l purl
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10' known 'asCity. ;Bon.I. "I never saw a man"so entirely dependent '
BuDdlnC his Valet" o e8. An investment in.Miami. rea ;

'1019.Ave., ;, D..,','Miami, taming For the an4 porpoise,equipping of establlihlngjnaln-a'F1n Department "Quite on helpless 'without him. ebr. estate is safe; sure of quick return, !lj i
"Quite helpless. told that .
to the, amount of Fifteen Thousand Mabel me ,
Dollars: '$15,000). to be called and when be came to propose' he brought, ,
known u Fire Department Bonds. his valet.with him."
MAYOR'S PROCURATION.I.ax and the Public at Large : 'For the ; "What was that forl" .
;purpose off..opening constructing t. '
L-John Sewell. mayor of thefdtyof land rTVhy:when be" reached the proper
maintains public parks JOHN-B.REILLY.
,A reaolatloa of the city council otjtie.dlj Miami.'-In conformity, to Section and promenades, located within the place his 'valet spread a hemstitched J. E. INGRAHAM. $ .
of MUmL:prorldlnj tin the 6, of an' ordinance passed bythe 'dty city limlts;;;to the'aJDout of Fifteen handkerchief, on the floor for him to > f Dallas.
Land
Agent V1ce.PresldentFrtDallis
: coueD of the.city of.Miami on. the kneel npoa.-develaad Plata Dealer Fort
c 'proclamation of the Mayor of .laid llth. day of Thousand Dollars (115,000). to be called .
April A. D.1906 and aim
city siring 'notice':of an'election_ to ed.F. H. Wharton,'president of, the, Bonds.and*known p' as Park" and. ,Promenade_ DJpl..atkUP... Company, Miami ForldaLand, Co., St. Augustine..T.HC .

be held In the crty of Mlaml.'oiL the dty council attested by 31.-R, Kell tm. boida .' "1 am afraid :yon are absolutely governed ,
fourth' Taeaday'ln 11 7. A/.D: 110k. clerk of said city and approved the' dlffererit Said f series shan wwit be Issued: The,la Sewer fire by your wife." .

; aame, being the 224 day of sail month 11th day of May..A.: D, 1908.' signed' Bonds, numbered from one to thirty "'No" answered Mr.. Meekton. who
for the purpose .aubmlttlnj" { to*the John, An SewelL mayor and entitled: Inclusive;:.Street Improvement Bonds had been reading the foreign news, Miami (
ordinance authorizing the Issue Decorating
1Aed. rotera 'of' said of One Hundred in aa. series numbered< from one totwenty .To not absolutely governed by her, Company
C1U registered ;Thousand Dollars of
but I must admit that I much
InclnsiTe am -
City Building Bonds very
city the question of the Issue and sale State City of Bonds Florida of the City of'Miami In'- serial from; "on. to twenty Inclusln within her sphere of 1dueDft.Wub >lw; C. CANOVA, ,PROPRIETOR;
Or' Thonaaad Authorizing an Election -
Hundred
One 'Dollars '
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Fire Department bonls ington Star.
; a at
for such .
purpose and prorldlng '
(iaOO.000.00) of city bonds be spread the method of holding such: election series from one to fifteen, inclusive; f l'' :Horse 04 Sip I
i Park Promenade 'A a.... .* Brtl .
upon the minutes of this council and and further' in conformity to the dtj Bonds la ft series *
that the aame be published for the per- charter of said city; hereby give notice I from one to fifteen Inclusive. Said Landlady-Would:you advise me to 'P
tot of thirty days prior to,said election and the same la hereby proclaimed bonds shal be issued in denominations send my daughter to .a cooking school a int: ttg
u required by la... that a Special Election will.be heldin of ,One ;;Thousand',Dollars each and or to a music school Boarder (reflectively
Be It Resolred by the/Clt)' councflof the;city of,Miami.' State,of ihill beaJKinterert: ; at the,rate of fire )-Well. I think Fd send her to a .
t 1 the city of Miami. : ida, on the fourth Tuesday:In -Flor-I per cent: !' Per'annum,' and shaH' mature cooking school It may be more fatal Paper Hanging and Kalsomlrilng -
That the following proclamation of A. D.:'1906;: the same being the 22d and I i become'payable ndrv'8&rI la Its results but It Isn't anything like .1 Peat's
the Hon. John S city of MlamL., .,at' this, the' regular submitting to the qnallfle,,'registered from the '-date: thereof' ind:shall be
meeting: the city council ,of. said voters of the City of Miami, the.que.tlou. .old"at' iit 1'leas than their par value.'Wdtaeaji .ttan' Call or write for Estimates.. Phone .181. .1315 AveDHum.n _
dty. held on the 19th day of May.'A- of,' the issue of pne Hundred !my. hand ,and the seal of "It seems strange" said Deacon
D, IJOC. vhich.said, proclamation Thousand >Dollars I of City Bonds of the city this 18th day of April A' 'D. Mayberry as be counted the money I
: after church,* "that a large Blood MarksA gan taking Dr. King's!New Discovery. '
in
the following words'and; figures, the city! of )flaml, State of'FloridL M congrega
1908. tale
tc-wit: No person shall .be-allowed to rote tIon can be so. smaU."-Philadelphia ot horror was told by marksof It cures hemorrhages, chronic: coughs -
Special Election:. ..Proclamation of in said election who if'not a registered PJohn, SewetL.Major Telegraph human blood in the home of J.:W. settled colds and bronchitis, and U
Mayor of the city, of Miami and Notice voter of the dty of Miami, and a resident of the City of Miami.Attests Williams, a well known' merchant of the only known cure(for weak'longs.,
of the An human power Is ,Bac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years Every bottle guaranteed by all
drmrCists.
same of said city aid, who' shall not i|M.BKen. compound of -
To,the Voters of the city of Jllam!. time and patience.-Balaac. ago I had severe hemorrhages of the SOc and $L (Trial bode tree '
own .real .estate ciliated. within the (Seal) ||,; City! CUrfc t lungs, and wee near death when I bet to be'the best reme
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;! I The largest and 'best stock 'f; :, < d ; : Everything R marked inPlain!, '

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We, can fit. 99 men';out' of. -! ,. I l> your own discounts at sale
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every 100. We \have: suits'for an o Ii j L. .r.
J Just think> of getting Suits worth $JO at $6
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man; The regular ManThestout ;; worth 12.50 ar. ul : :7.5Q
= 'man. It matters',not SuItsworth.I5.00at..I'--. : ....9 00
with us whether. he wears. Suits,worth20.00 at..../:....... ....' .12.00
a 32. coat:: or (fortysixv; coat. Suits Crth25.00rat.--. ,._"r .,15. .O9

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e? ij r$10,000 Worth. qt.: 'Clolhing( to! :be_ closed_ out' at; this Great i Sale .:s

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ei 'hammer.'. -% .40'" -per' 'cent; :off on*. :$11" clothing .,

..whichJ'\1!!, has,- :. ,been, in the" .house, over' 5 .
j. (months. 20 per 'cent off ,on all, clothing

_hr:: ,.which.',. ';.,.arrived. ..in..'.the. ,.house. .... since.. .Jan.. 1 j
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-I ji': ; This, f 'stock,Jf.feJi> of clothing'. is. strictly v-- up-to, ; -date* : i in both I' tl. F Vcloth
'; l. ;' arta style. "We have. all the'netiv things in steel d: ''

'.-: : ., .. .' .:Oyster:.iGreys; English Suitings,_ ,.Tropical Worsteds i
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,&- :4r' -> -i '. 1' Serges;and Enghsh.cncket. cloth, 'come j;ind:'see.them J < "
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r 000' pair' men's pants 300 boys suits, to be 500 boys pants to be sold 3.
:j : : _. to'be.' sold" .sold! !;: We have, these. .w ,1,1 i: < In this stock you!will find y'
: :...:"We have: them J in' every< cloth- made If, suits; in the, new:: deslrable'gOOd (for'boya**
4 ''from tHe cheap washable 1 ?cotton abd flannel and worsted _, *TA I 'i' ... pants? ,, linen, blue 'serges.
a1 Linen Goods: to the :finest; Worsted, ,suitings ,at $2 to $6. "r : 'I s Cheviots and -Worsteds.Also ..
..6. :. .: have_;,a big.line of,fine gray atidwhite ., .. *, .-' J \j. .: Price. 35c to ftl! 5O '
flannel for dress '
pants .Iwe t. ; -
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percent t 25
ar; '40,% off on all bargain counter:' ..xtd ; 'r/:: : ":- J 'A\INA, ., 20 scent off:. '.all k, odds ,, .all, byso cl8tfiing all !
pe ; on S i on, 9 on. Boys Pants
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_ Just come 'and take.a.look, we do not ask you to buy.. C"-Do, H> riot_ delay but come today I as these suits will not 'stay. ..4

We.expect, put::.("new'suit, on nearlylev? ry 'man :dud* boy in this city? before i Saturday May the 5t :::1906

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;* WARM WEATHER OFFICIAL COUNTY _MY POSI.TON! AS .A CANDIDATE ,1


DEMOCRATIC CALLA .i
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2' FORCES FABRICSOF 1. soliciting your vote for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County,.I wish to call your attention to the fact teat I'

.. appreciate that I would be serving YOU. I realize that I would only be clerk; and by that I mean that I would be servlar your iat.res4jint; fully De 1 _
same.as If yon should employ me to look after your PERSONAL business affairs. i'

'" meeting of the Dade County Democratic tram: no professional politician seeking to defeat any one but I want the 'position. and promise faithful, careful, efficient and '

,; .; Executive Committee war held courteous treatment to EVERY citizen of Dade County Florida. Yon are the employer:, I want to be the employee. and ftq1Ieet ;yea L ito'aatlt Mate' .

ALL DESCRIPTION_ FOR aUMf' at Miami Fla. on the 14th day of your ticket u follows:'X "" .
JAMES r. JAUDON '
Much 106. pursuant :o adjournment.The ,
IIKR WEAR IN t4EWYoRKsoMEOF following call for a primary '

election, was adopted towlt: i1 I' WHAT MY: HOME PAPERS SAY. ABOUT. MY CANDIDACY
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THE COSTUMES that there
I Notice' la hereby glrn
will be.a D.mocrWe'PrlmZTAElea;;
several elections districts ; CAFT. J. 1'. JAUOON 'CArr. ""
don held In the 'I1 I \ .UDON ENTERS: RACKFer F
of Dade ,county'tlolda, on 'I1A
warm stay ISO. 1W and If necessary' om l! ,. '. .
May
j; New York'. L-The' Yak June I%. .lt08. for the nomination of L .

Veather of last week.In New all Democratic: candidates State and Mlamj News, March 11.1906: ..;. County ClerkshiprsW., ,Mskes ii Itf.g
brought out Uje> summer fabrics In all County to be voted for by the Democratic a I'eur Cornered Contest
bewildered electors at the general election Captain Jandon's announcement -
their beauty; and one Is too 3. F.
to be held November 6th.,1W.
'with L their ,many good points to and to be appointed by the Democrate yesterday's Moraine New.'that hewould.be I IIII :-: T

at which Is the best to chooH.from.. Governor of the State between the Metropolis, March 10t,',101. ..
ail kinds and.descriptions of fabrics date'of holding such primary' election a candidate for the office of '_ .\

are .fashionable and_the variations Ins ,and the holding of' the -primary. .County Clerk, brought to him duringthe The race for t.be.t7 xlerkahip
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election A. D. 108. 'Erotn'itronger'andawre'i .
styles are a,4iverae as the fabrics The following officers are to be nominated _. dy the assurance ot the support c laterestlabach

A great many cults or.beteeu?, I ,at': said' primary election. to- s' -- day. and with the aanoIncemwtof

"'"; '_--_--' -ira- made of r chiffon. broad wit:" ray many of Us friends. ,Capt. b of Gilt! J., F Jandon.:wiii aJaudohd appears'
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|sfcloth, and an extremely smart costume 1> Representative District In Congress.. See' Is well known and baa many In:the. Metropolis this afternoon the
Congressional
Ii; for the sprint and:cool summer which days oDd, Justices of'the Supreme Court. warno friends throughout the county'v contest. assumes_ a four-cornered.n'f-- -
In .
th1a.matertal'
made'of '
war Commissioners
t.: 2 Railroad '
present PrUcess of who / eel that' e is.well fitted to fill pert, with the prospect of a'flfa, aafteTeu'asixth
'1 the popular ever 1 Member. of the House "Represen :
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style was./usej for'the skirt',In comDlnation -i tatives. the office of County Clerk and who person'getting Into,It,
Eton Jacket. The 1 Clerk of Circuit Court for UliUoplred wlth1 1''the next few days.
with abort .
a .
;.. braided with term., win !make.. an earnest effort to secureeg > I .
elaborately .
skirt war the
'the .1 County Aueuor of Taxes Capt Jandon latest aspirantthrough
different kinds ot braid and election. the fact '
three '
They point out
his
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:eoat: was decorated In the same manner 1 Tax Treasurer. t : 5, F' r for, the plum Is well known

41 ,with a fancy vest beautify embroidered 5 1'County Coat- Commissioners.I that r. excellent business qualities ,out the county. He Is"commander.dace

.. : showing In the front. Anysandy Members, of County Board of Pubic ;" ) the u
could make a very plain Tcoupled .with a commendable t Miami military company.*,and la .
woman
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costume .a very dressy; affair by this Instrnctlon.1 .Supervisor. of Registration. spirit- of local 'pride and patriotism ,. ,y 'private :life Is. a commissiondealer., r

i means, and braiding Is so easy' to I '1 Member of the-Dade County Democratic Yf; CDt"Jtudon Is honorable and honest "
put on that the'veriest-amateur. .can. 'Executive Committee for Precincts land. crops out'In the Interest which \ ,

-' soon learn to do IL' Nos.'14 and T. respectively.\ he .manifests?*t i In the .Miami: Rifles lakeeping i and.., competent to.Gene- in. the office,oe *f
la
*7t Yelling is' another material"that I ,1, Justice of the Peace and 1 Coli.ltable : Clerk of the Circuit Court j faithfully
; much -worn from the very harsh In such districts aa,nave '.vajcanelea. the'compan up.to pie stan- JAMES,F..JAUDON '
weaves to those silky and soft In finish .v., 5:? and welL \The captain, wOJ.make adardi .

and although made on the same linesas I '1'FJsa and Game Warden. I f ._ the best military organizations Popular, Candidate for i strong bid and be'a close[traceor. or'

:i the heavier goods braiding Is seldom'ieea .The ,rules governing said,primary THE CIRCUIT' COURT '
them as trimming being of t{* state. CLERK OF ; party in"the contest when It close
on a election shall be the same as those .
t a'much too heavy form of decora. adopted by the Democratic Executive .

1 .don;'folds of velvet silk nun's tucks Committee at, their meeting held In fg 1
tad niiiHnn ace considered more approprlate Jacksonville on February 24. 1908., for In seeking the position of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Capt. Jandon realizes that those who are DOt:familiar with, tit t
i? for.the i rDitlire'of the tellj governing State Primaries/ 10 far as 'hlstojy and ability, should .be posted before they cast their vote for' him for such ku Important office. "*' i ,

lug dress yet If for the atreet they the same shall be applicable to the 1, Captain Jaudon Is at present engaged In the commission business, .Msldes being one of the largest ,vegetable and fruit. growers In .this. au i n.3
: 1 .* are nasally made with the Eton Jacket County. Primary.<: Those and only -tlon:j Before coming to this place some eight or nine years ago, he was In ,the orange growing business In Orlando. Orange County -
.a or bolero, g f those persons chap be permitted to be- As an office man he is eminently fitted for that position and his long experience In handling all kinds of business and accounts .win be ot i
IndeedDame Fashion has decreed come-candidates before or,TOte at or Inestimable value to him If you should decide: to cast your vote for him [ | .
>i that' all street costumes must have participate In the management of said As to character and honesty he stand,'Inthe front rank at the last city election he received a very flattering ,vote forge position'of cUT e#'

some sort.ot Jacket of lace or'solid irimary,electIon.who declare their adherence tax :Assessor'sad was elected to that,position. < 3 j ''' ,
'I, f embroidery even' though It be the to the principles and organ EDT a number of years he baa been captain of the Miami Rifles and hjs no superior! In the State National ,Guard.when Kxomestomflttary-

most ab.urd1lIttl. affair but a Jacket melon of the Democratic Party,iational. matters Everything Captain Jaudon does, he'does well. 1 J j '
s 'effect ojt some .sort, It must have, State and county who are by the !_ ,4 You donld do your county no better '"Iee.than by voting for James F. Jaudon and by casting your vote for him you win be placing: therlghtman

and here' again la another.tadeverv; laws of (the Stat.,lawful,electors of : in the right place. ]J s ,. I
jacket must have a,few" buttons onIt the election districts .In. which:they MY, PLEDGE will not go: outride of the county for my deputies If you should elect me to the position of Clerk of tha Circuit,Court.,

; velvet covered ones on cloth and lifer to vote who have paid their poll !to.II I

linen, or Jewelled ones 'on silk or lingerie I taxes legally ,due not less than'> I ten I
JAMES; F. JAUDO: .
styles, and those that'areflat' days,before said primary electiomuxd .
'and of sliver'ibr the 10q'ltreet coats. who shall when challenged by an elector "I' t
oath, be- ..', .
the skirts are being trimmed pledge In writing upon "
even abide'b,. and State law, and ..ban't once forward ,
is with rows of: Buttons Tip. and 'down. fore any-lnepectof'to .T OTICE. .. 1 .
t the front and back'closing, support the result of such primary."d the- return.(JO the Chairman of "the J. B. Hawkins. .B. I. Laeeeter- ,?J. E. i;tummue
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long street coat of.last season support the nominees thereof. County Executive: CommitteeTire Judges t
The
and closedat Tire assessments to be paid by the In the County Court of Dado
be
shall
is 1D&the: death and those woo,wish The polls opened The Miami Co.
long> coats :muit: follow,'a new' hallo I i the several election districts at the various candidates shall..be as follows County Florida.In' Grocery
t most attractive. Indeed,i hours fixed by the general electionlaw. : fRepresentatl'e f
length model ...........,.$ 2B.OO j
'The following named persons
different from anythingthat re the Estate of John Sanders,
that u quite the are hereby'appointed Inspectors and Clerk of Circuit Court .....:.110.00. ( ..Staple'end"Fancy:Groceries 'x

: I.. has so far; appearedand'Js that the old clerb"for ,.the several .election, districts Tax, Assessor .............. 7S.00 I, late of said county, deceased. I Ii FRUITSand VEGETABLES }
of the matter '"
t. wont .. .. 75.00
1 after It : Tax' Collector .. ... .. ..
; -coat course caiunot be an remodelled know ,that this Is' Precinct No:1-, Inspectors N. H. County Treasurer .....;.... .71.00 i Notice Is hereby given that on Monday 'Our stock of groceries is complete and we think we supply
Of we
trt'; one ot those sharp little. tricks of the Parks,'.H.E., Stypmann and'B. O. County Commissioner .......:,:''10.00 the'15th Jay October, A. '>D., about everything required in the baking line.: ,Oar aim is',to keep
designer and modistes 'who always Ban. Clerk: Curd'Schrpeder. Polling. Member;Board Public Ins true. 10.00 1906 I.will present to .the HonorableA. only the best ,class of groceries:and our prices on then will be
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Ju.tlee'of the Peace '
place; Ball's' store. ,
found .
to make.for' themlelYee, extra E. Heyser. County Judge of said to be riffht. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the ;
t-try Precinct:Na, tlnipector.l'! Frank t>V............... 1.00
'work ud." "pe."when creating' new Bowers, P.: Kitchen and E. C. Miner. County Fish'and Game Warden 1.00. county my final account and all city. Our fruit and _'F. 'style.. B| Registration .. 1.00 vouchers of the estate of John Sanders :
Clerk:I James Hepburn. Polling place Supervisor .
extra'silk coat is a most,prac- late of'' said county., deceased
The
335 Twelfth Street Miami Florida
x 1cl1oo1-hots'Precinct -_ All candlates are required to m.a ,
economical garment for.theanew and at the same time make full and
*ij,ttele:and : 3-In.pector.'J'r k written to have Us .
Not application name < h
be worn with almost ; final settlement.with a full report of -
outfit as It can .
Sheen, r Joel: A. Deann sod Daa.Cos- appear upon:the official ballot on the
of and looks all i my actions and doings wIth relation I
sort gown
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any Poll- .
""1'[ grove. Clerk: 'T. J. Campbell. blanks furnished by the committee, '

match: It.can I to said estate, and at the same
.tt.: mart with a skirt to boast
tag place; old engine : accompanledwith:;; tIIe.fee.ooye set 1 time i.
/extremely'dressy I win ask for Anal discharge a.l.m.II11.trator ,
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also be made-.lnto an ,
Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse, forth with Gen P.Bull. of OJus, Fla, '
affair by the addition of lace collars Dougherty.-; L. Garnett and T. W. Secretary ass;! Treasurer of the Co1mt of said estate.
'sad cuffs for Inch formal occasions as Cullen Pence. Polling Emory Spradllng.:
Palmer. Clerk: ) : Democratic Committee,on or before
,i, [receptions or theatre wear;, and' 1f.Iii place..Porter's Packing House.'- the 26th.,day of April,'A. D.1W, Administrator Sanders deceased.G. ot the estate of John ; '
la suitable for,any and every T. M Meat Market :
black j
: Precinct No. Inspectors:' ; The.t'emO r uc.County Executive AVorley.. Armstrong's
time and dut)'. McRae, T J. Haygood and I. B.Taylor. Committee Shan meet on MondayJtay for Admlul.trator.'Human'lIl .
Attorney
"'it There seems to.be a penchant for .:* Clerk:' H. B. Hodges Po)' Court ,
21. 1106 atthe County House.
tucks,otvarled-slies around the skirt schoolsouse. I ; '
lug place
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If1' -tut if fleshy do 'not have toomany' Precinct No.. 6-Inspectors:' J. I. the returns and declare what od Marks .IS THE! PLACE"Whytpay I

: fi and better, still have them running Hardy.:D.'.Cassel and J. *W. Plwte candidates ire nominated by a majorly for fresh .
,;,>> from belt to foot;which.will de Clerk:'J..M., TJmstea4J; onins; place. vole for each county office and Inwhatcasesia A tale of horror was told 'marks enormous price meats wheq yon {
; can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS
..: crease pie sizes of the ;wearer. Flat Rouse' store.Precinct .- ,- 'win of human blood In the home of J.:W.
"'f. flounces with' scalloped edges are No.-7-Inipectors:' Vf.,ff. have to be',beld.( second primary. William, a ...ell known merchant of tor much I) .leas money at Armstrong's Meat. Market.- ;

; much liked for ,the' light>weight materials Marshall .Ed. -T. King and Ewy m W.'A.-Pfer,: Bac. Ky. He writes: "Twenty years', t

and many-of these scalloped Bryan Clerk: R. Bryan.Poking .r. Chairman. ago I had severe hemorrhages of the Phone 161. Corner Avenue D and 1.1the[ ; Street.

f. edges are outlined with av rey narrow -I place:' 'Stranahan's store: T Attest: Geo.j P. Ball ,. lungs, and was near death wuen I be- .
rushing of silk. 'Then again Precinct': 8-Inapectors'J.' B. } gecretary.. .taking Dr.'King New Discovery.
many'of the muslin dresses and dec; Wofford., J. W. Ives and I.A.. Harp. It cures hemorrhages chronic coughs, ,
.' orations''by means of'beautifullyem embroidered Clerk: J. B. Gllsson. Poling. place, Istii settled colds and bronchitis, 'and Is,
: lace medallions., and some school ho"u., : J Moon jhabitedII the only known cure for weak lungs J
Precinct .Ko. 9 -Inlpecton:1') Paul Every bottle guaranteed by all drug '
'-"0; the wide flounces (of the same materials -
-,.. as the dress) are heavily embroidered Matthews; L:. Fornell and J..I. Pet Science has proven .that the'moon gists. SOc and $L Trial belle free. :Yo Pharmacy

7i ; ap.1n'tor those who wish ers., Clerk:,J. A. Danghtry._ '',Polling. has an atmosphere, which makes life
w, 'the dress for occasions when such decorations place,', school house. 4 In some form possible on that satellltu NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
"b. would be. out of place,.an Precinct Na: iO=inspectors:: T. L. but not for Human beings, who have a t IxcoRPORATZD w

.::1 4': 'extremely, plain skirt,"'and blouse having Townley Hr Dal."lWler'and S:' L. hard enonehjtlme on this earth of ours Sealed proposals. will :be received I' "..
Patterson ClerkR., B.'McLendon. especially.rbose who 40nt know that 't.t
,.!1t only a lace copra and cuff would by the undersigned until twelve
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,be "good. taste: and 'quite a. :good Polling place., Fair bnllding.Precinct' .' Electric Bitters'cure headache bilious o'clock noon '(12:! m.); Tuesday May A Store for The '
!ayle No. Inspectors: B .s.' ness malaHa, chills! andfever. Jaundice 2. '1906 .:'or- the erection and completion Drug People
'Andrew Hardee'and Jackson dyspepiladlzziness,
Potter torpid liver
t- To.the woman 'who must consider of a two, story and basement
I
JVTi"' Galla".,..
eneral and
Peacock.'Clerkl comjdalnts. debility
kidney
and Dame Fashion has "Cob crete Block Building," known '
ways
r" been good means for, she. now considers the Polling paceStone's old store. |S female weaknesses. Unequaled as a, asjheVest; Palm Beach High and That s,our rgotto, and it has been'the means of adding.hun.
the Precinct No. 12-Inspectors-1. IT; persons and;specially for the aged. It Graded I dreds of nets; customers to our 'list We sell
suitable School
ri thlnwash materials as. Stephens-. -J; ,Dangherty-; T Induces sound sleep..Fully guaranteed) Building at WestPan only the purest S

t:"more-expensive textures. These ..thin'fabrics'may Dun Clerk: Thos.- MitchelL- Polling_ b,.. all druggists. Price kmly 50c.: Beach, Florida In accordancewith !I drugs. {\H prescriptions are filled by registered phanna.. ,
found In all colors ana plans tend drawings prepared
l oe Tweedeirs HalU' : cists. We also the
place : f' 1 finest sodas and ice
of Is, :by *. Everett Hays i in the city
\ weaves and the range price prnc architects: carry
: Precinct.No.- ISrlnipectorsHenryGossman
: Cold'WhiteHunting ]
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'" a Burglar
:it; .from fifty cents up. and many pretty Wm. Anderson and J.-'CII- Caught 706-708 English-American Building I i

't"" ones may ,be bought even 10..er'lnh tello.. Clerk H. tProctor., Polling [!;Ji i Atlanta I 2 Doors North of .creal
price Thus 'lth'lOme'pl s of lace place, 'lchoo1 ,house Mr Wm.Jtlios.:: Lanorgan, provincial .A certlfted'check for One Thousand
iand ribbons picked up at a bargainCryon Precinct No. Inspectors:: ."WJLScotCR. constable a '..Chaplean. Ontario,' says: '1 i Dollars _(f 1.000) must accompany each

may have, Ifyou, can'do the tew.fa : .' BlackwelJer and J; 'F- Sax J caught at severe,cold while hunting: ',' bid as a guarantee that the contractor : .1 I Youngs Pres
Ing yourself very chle gown f
",'"-'little. moneyA. Saxons store, faiL Hearing'' of Chamberlain's Cough 1 I Lion of 'said building. -___ _
"'?g Precinct. No. Inspectors: M. A:I Remedy. I rled'lt. and after using: Copies of plans and specifications

ft Lucky'Postmistress Marshall. S. M. Alsabrook and A.C. two small ifcottles, I was completely can be obtained from the undersigned IE. A. Robinson :
This1 1 is intended' or the architects,
Frost .Clerk: R. C. Stanley... ; Polling cured. remedy and a depositof .1
pecially for lIihs and colds. It will $10'will be required to Insure
)i Is },fn. Alexander, of Tary.-Me, who place-school house. *
ballot'oD loosen ant 4'clleve a severecold"In prompt and safe- return of the I I
w has found.Dr. King's'New Life Pills The,:voting shan be'ty plans :
.., (for keeping the' stomach. Over and tickets furnished by the,State and less tine than by any other treatmentand and specifications Contracting' Electrician
IJo ,bowel In perfect order YonTl agree County' Executive Committees, and at) Is a.faVorlte wherever its superior 'The usual rights reserved.H. .
the close of such elections, the Inspectors excellence: has become known. For C. Hood. !
n with her If you try these painless pur-
.'Vi liners that infuse new life Guaranteed and clerk-shall proceed ;to can-, sale-by. :Blwayne",Drug Company. ,and. Chairman Board of School Trustees : .1019!' Ave.: D Miami Florida
with the ,andrageia" L West. Palm Beach. Fla.. v
ty, an ,drgglsts. Price %5e. ,rasa*.the vote accordance, ,, I I .

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST ILIINE OF SOUVENIRSPO; NS Watches and !Jewelry,}

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Report of the..Condition.. or,- ,
: i : ; WELLS. &:. GRAVES .
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t ,The First National Bank ;. .i'rJ::1 :1 [ Town Topics Are. prepared to execute (' -

at U seta!U ). tile Stan of Florid*. orders i11. their, S k aMiIioeru
*J at thcjdoM of trMiMM,April,*,19M I. .

RESOURCES c
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Oratfniu.MC..... and ..-cmrtj,, ,5lI.sU. M: A..Mmbal'of Danla....li IB town L-Meteait-one. WestPalm
1f-; .' so/wo 00 '....* Beach's: ,' down,this I .
lights
CIrClllat legal came '
B. Beds to Mcvrt today on'Jbuslne I of the latest Spring .
frmiiw on D.8.Boadi____.__. -------r. 1MO.W37.7SS.70 morning o attend the meeting of tie Designers. style; hats d.
Bo.da..ritin iJ1 aUk. dark straw and ,
i -* light
,Baakiaf ...,araitare ad enures..3D.000,0eD.s : Wanted Cleaa Board of County Commissioners whichIs t. (t
,., )_. ZISSMO eouon ran at this weight materials. '. .' I:
f roa National Baaka(not .._qeata___ S.734.11 holding Its May session today.Typewriting I r :
DM from Stat Bask aad Ba.kenDee office p|
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from approved merre aftata-- .(,;t. _
caaIIlt._._ ........... z.7.11 ''1'l' I .
Claack..d other :
NMMofoUer NatkMial Beaks.-. > ___ 110I.. W. H. .Chambers general auditor of I done at the Metropolis Ladies railodng Department
II' Praetloul paper nmncj, ;mlcklM. and. .*.__ 33ooo.e8'3S.O the F. E,?C. Railway compauY'lnter-1 office at reasonable rates. '
w ta.l.l.w.er mere ia Ba k.--- ----- .
Y; fin oat eats is In-town today on
t.d with TJ.S.Tnawrer per
aeasapto...< drealatioa.-: ..., ......- -- i-------, ._. 1"00.00 .r Captain George B. &ker.'candld te .. For street: carriage ud evening costumes,!,

TofaC: ;.. $"AITi'/1A4' '" ;BROMIKR mean af. investmentiA for County Commissioner from District .waists., ; tailor gowns and coats ,
J+ UABILl'TIE8., .'t ,.; ". -' No. S. Is in town again' today. He 10' ( ." r
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i ; .. Capital. stock' paid U.TJadivUed ,__ r-.. ." ..-.--.-----, !'CI.G00,80)4. :: .- }nesvone of Danla's. most In- brought his"-grip with him and layaltIm't I I232, Twdith'Street:Miami .. .

r 8.ryi..trd.-.._te.ea-. sad tae paid-.s....,)..000.01.-.39'. .:,. fl--;; '', lIueaUal'JnJ prosperous citizens Is in the only' grip be has either.; .
t>ro tm. r R.
National; Bi.k KotMoawIHw .. .f.-...___--..- so.ooo.oo ,.'". town'to4a shaking hands;, with his at'
ty to State Baakar aed Baallen._.__. 4.44.11 .' .?.k. .. friends and getting pointers regarding Wanted Clean cotton rags this I
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Inds ideal deposiu ..bjest to daac ;J..CJ.fJOI 0c "' : .' office .
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: Demand CeniDcawa:: of depo.lt. ZI.47Ul.. .;: the campaign.: 4ecial
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'Certified check*- --" f-ir i
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8.4$4.t5 t3o :
c bier""Io<<".oalAUa4 pig. 'iJ' ... Revivalservices! at the First. M. Eugene H. DImIck, one of the lead-
Total -- !-' II91.44. '.. 1i,, >; :
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:t -.:\-; E.. tonight. log candidates for the office! of Clerkof
Dade, :; ;;
of "a
Sate of 1"\Ori4a. i. .r Va1tiesJz
I.Edward G Komrt, Caahfcr of the above earned N...'."*,yr .'"/ I ; :ti the Circuit Court, arrived this morning S
do MOc.alT swear t"aule abort. naleauat to trw to the beat,' .Mls{Marie Rusb'wbo has been confined to' attend the May session of/he
of my knowledge. and belief. # ":,,4;.. '.r >foieveral'days with ,that;now Board of County ,Commlsi.6nen, of
{ EDWARD C. BOMFHiCashler: f .'ashiona ']e dlBeasemeasleg=Is improving .which he Is a member.. "- .
iatad wUl ,be''out and. ,at her < '
)(.8HANAHAK.EDWIN A.WADDELL; ,
t Correct attertt this Th
Frt- week at'
dudes
'w.H.6FITZER. Dtncton. again In a few days. Several Ttry desirable 'rooms can :
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be rented .at.-reasonable' figures( In t: j-
lIad Jora to'before me tkUtlOthrilJT f f, i
i pru.KKnocoyr B.Jtaa4.J., tal'J'Pablic.. -, 1 Brosslir. .., .wants to .list ysvr.. .prspsrtjMra the residence Mrs. Prlce-Wmiams
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Arr _.i.. .eapix.Sept.'.1'101< .1 .t ,- on Tenth'street.:-near the Boulevard.. Miami Clothing to's Store.
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:' a d;lMlss 'Thole, of 'Xebraska.. .
4 tI who barf:occupied one ot the Cary cottagei 1.011'One roll Township maps ,

.. ... on Sth street for the past severalmonths.SisftJast with rubber band,.'between. city; aDd : .
... .,..:',.. 4;" .. ., "" 1., .... ......;:,. ;". )" .',, night for :;their, far Anapatlahi.Finder: "return and receive :'i, ..
,' 'l'o" ..*", ., ,,: ..:; western',b. me.:.They will'probably, re- reward.;; ..'J.H../:'Tltum 4 Co.. : -A dirge assortment of en'.: ien coats and' 1 00"

'" tnrn. ;agihi pert,seasons, 4'Crnsbra : : s .
'. "1':: ,. 'R-:' < < z' A '' :. f: : :
vrst r ,. rock for sale.-. Apply coy Mr j c.. R- Zacharias'and faintly: who :Fine blue serge odd coatsrworth'four: dollars
& ; ( .10' spent the season f11,}llaml.-)fro,, Zach 3 5
.. :: ',: : ; ner, Avenue i B and"-_7th street; arias operating an: extensive garaje ,;.:: :;' ; ;;:t! ,
., :,, ; '.'<\ ,''i> "' In the Danlel.t'nDley; building hare :, an4grey miature wool trash snits, single' .I 4
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.ro.; ;RJ.3' ; Russell/ trL' M. COIlotureaJuJi.MrL' returned to their home-In 'Asbnry. Park, -aDd- ..double' breasted'models- .:worth.$ .. t_
.i' Rice left last night for where similar business Is conducted I '
; a
_, .. ; ':' homes In_'MlnneapollBMinn.. A' few ,add stiminer suits, to close tbela ont'
'. ';' '. their: : In the'.ummet': Whlle here Zach I. ; .. : ..
; .' -; ; ; Russell has been Mr. : .. .. .. ..... ...'st' 5"00.
... ,- .' '. .' Mrs. the deservedly arias. purchased;;a: lot!at the corner .at.l.; s. _!::s.I.. C.: ,. : : :, h' .. .::- .iY. ..
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of the !
() Mlnneapo- '
:t' iwpularffiroprletreu of 11th street and Avenue C, and win
Lightafd
darks greyflanl snitp-worth, $IZ
House'; which did nonrishlnz business _
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:, : ;, the past season., erect modern dwelling thereon Our: to_ ? 'f."T" L ,4,. ';' h '. ... ,. : .
,..' {o! "1 ; < ] ,__1| J'lug.the summer/ the family returning r : tr"Y1; : ; : : .S .
': "" ; I here again in the early:.fall.- FiDe..
.. climbs more hills: 'j just'as' ,.ro .lif;i :.wanti> t.."31st,yew- property .. ; wont adeu; good.S14n.Ju .at..w ;, :.:...;.. ...,:1 l' 2' i
i Carries many passengers: goes !;: ,: Anything yon want done, sidewalks, >
fast; niea less gasoline and tires;' is safer ard more, easily. "' ).(r.''Jilleph1P,* ,,one'of ;folkmi's ) sewerage,.landscape gardening, roads 1 'FiDe .ie'ave blue ,serge Dita.';Venetjan lined '.r13"

[controlled; just as luxurious'.andfcomfortableandtorts( retJa1a.r..1rlncer: residents left last built lands. .cleaned. See Frtd Ratter : Of the'very.latest' : cut, worth $15.00 at./. / : .,, wt
less for repairs :than 'man!;cars That sell for dOlble or tre- -" .
sightLois\his summer,home 'in ReadIng Mlamt. '
1ble. its price '11 ?:. Send. ,forthe, .REO. book that.tells.why", ;PaStiMr. O'Reilly.andvhis'family A1arfe..ortme11to meQs"U1.S, 1n dark and, ililt.8 :50 -'
;; ; 1 light, worsteds and cassimeres. .' $10. to 5IZ-SO._c. .
I have !We cottage on 11th street, next A new ;:dancing 'class ba.lopenedIn '
( \ 'to Halcyon Hall,on oue'of the most dslrable &! the,rooms < formerly occupied by .j' .. < I' "t

*H Ifts In* the city; They will all the Miami Furniture Co.;In the Roth ,
Co. 'H' return In,the early part of the falL j building 12th street.,. Mrs.?'&., Me- I :1. "
} Miami 'Automobile ", ," -,' Kensle'will be'In. charge, and' will
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.give.-JessonV'te.-dancing to children
;13th Street .Posfofr e lliun i'Traufer'Company offers tot everjr'afternoon fronts, to 5 no. Miami 'Clothii ; (0
z .,neay .,0 sale CO jrpad. saddle coach heavy' draft and adults ,!rom:7'to.S p./m.\Every; p.; : .
and far "horses; Harnew, earrJacel"Dew'ancS'lecon4'han4a4'atbatJabuL i i #
"I Friday night a' dan :e'wID" be givenat

+4 141 Before ::.hpylng -horsesfor th.' tvnv which' ,refreshments win''be served 1306Avenue; ( )> .M'iami.i : Florida
and a good, attendance Js ,desired.:; ,
mer.'weWfl o/fertor.Ia1./ as fin* a ...
line ofldiors.s as!,ever cam to the I#'
State lot;: Florida, at' reasonable pn- t t f

Great Reduction eeL f Apply at stable or writ. to J>1L 1I? iiiFkim -J ,

!lanley;,General Manager.UlamL.>Ta ; : 'I. WHO WA'HELD? f fJ
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W l. 5. 5 ,ftesponsfble'for.tltat'eartfage bt'.alti
r Miss Mollie Jones, the attractive'and ::4-_
i don $
Doll'be" that that tater
Summer .:and' accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. '
= Clothing 'Shoesand *
a In Gents( A. T.:JD6ei of Danla, returned to herhome 'ests; ;;us-Its :i reiaUlltatlon ,.doe ?v

ft th "place last.nlghL She And What You May. Expect :When, any: .Tehlcli you'own; eoiM.j,
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Ladies' 'Skirts GOING AT COST; has,been";connected',witb 'the depart.. ,''', From, slim if' Elected 'Ast i upon':Dud times-; |throagh accidentover'nsace. : ,".; .
ment, store ,of E.: Douglas for,the eareliis
f handlist what
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fej-'i V past season and will be greatly missed >
tiy 'the; 08t'. of friends she leaves be- .' County, Commissioner. not-trundle Jfrtinnd here and set ..
City Loan Office, Qfip! P.. O, .\ ? 1 ,It,"set;to, rights"la short crier'at.[ ,"
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I .i' '". : '. .,' :shortprice.:; ,A- carriage and acoa'i
EXPERT PU.UC'ACCOUN'T NTg" -
iepaJrers are weJ - .
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ANY USINESS He's a>good business man.I' J"

.- -". ,. -<. ,. To .:' .:..:. '", ".. ," ... ; BEST REFERENCES I I A competent'engineer; 'J, A. ANN.
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'1 FRCO.. E. RANKifl ,
.,, ', "IZ' < SOX 172 JACKSONVILLE' FLA.. substantial property, owner I Eleventh *street Miami. Ra d

a '. I Non. Partisan Ts+


: ,) ... I LeMomhJWonderfuI : :, ;Not Not a Politician the .y
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l A11'.over"the, county .
tfea'erCURES ,
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t. -r-'- t .A'square ,dearsThe 1r : '

Inflaniation:Cnt-,;Braises,. Burns, r kind oTman you'd like Companyf[ ,
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Skin ,Blackheads .
Chapped Roagt nu, -
|>Pimples and Eczema., Keeps l To handle'your l money.For :229 2th street, Phone, 110 ,

,I Complexion.. soft, smoothtand fresh. l ." : any other Information ,Garage and Stabhs llth street, ,near Ave. E,-1 hone No. )00 s't'

: i ::Ask the businessmen of, '
I' _l Price 25C, :
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WEST: :PALM..BEACH Horses Carriages Land aY

[4-i .. I t'!dry. ,;Biscayne. ;>Drug.. Company. j 'IIF ,,

.t I "' ;4u.tomQbiles.1 J ;
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t : r : for lire by the hour :day'week or,' month. Automobile storage I' I;

:$2.50, L ,$2.50.. ] repairs and supplies::. Agents for the famgns.FORD au-, ;
I ton >biles.:. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilitiesfor
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V : V moving heavy freight, Omnibus' train.
II "! Baggage .
I transferred. ALL, orders. receive PROM .Attention. '
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1 Besides,this patent,Gibbon tie! ,.)' 'hare modelsof;: soft ,* ", : t tL. F.. LaFontlsee 708 7th St. .
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ti ''Mack) kid and gum metal I, in-,variety:;of: shapes'aDd design, wuwruwuwww. .

: here in all and leathers'at $150 and $3.00. For Next( r da"S'Sale"t '
they are shapes
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> MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED -,'

MagnoliaGrocery:[ Company 11Pphorte'tSf:4 Paid Up' Capital 1 $75,000., .. ,Surplus., $12.000. .'

1 isnres land titlesprepares abstractsof-'titieL loans and' '
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..&, r : v 'I invests money on its own account and for oth 'n. Acts aa w:::

1 : : .Carder'Iretiue,0: \\qnd 4t/i Street: agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee, e keen tor, receiver -l

Vrsi JT ... or' guardian' .Address, all commntjicatibns to )
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THE DAILY: MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY'MAY i, iw ."
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m WEST jus POLICE.-IMPORTANT'MADE ARRESTS.J. UNOFFICIAL Vote For lor'one.-,: *CountyRepreseatatlve-- wR S

I. 'cl.. Florida East Coast Railway
Pari", April :30- The police today J.. J. W. WATSON., :
.AUTO ; Important arrests here and atNice. -
:ACCIDENTMACHINE Brest and other points,'of labor PRIMARY BALLOT GEORGE A. WORLET. Time !,
Local Card No. 66 IDEffedJPrl1l6IHL.
organization: officials, charging them y. :: i
with complicity 'organization, rebel. I ,' .
lion and intriguing with anarchy 'For Clerk of Circuit. Court / -SOIIYD-READ DOWN KOKTfl-MUNO-BEAP VT..It .,
CRASHES INTO TELEPHONE Government officials say the arrests I' Vote for one.-' .'A

1, BUT'OCCUPANTS will break the' hack of the violent eie- a011 t STATIOXS.LT IM.7tTITpm .M
POLE_ EUGENE H.,DD11CK. Ball) ,
; THE INSTRUCTION
FOR
meat which were feared in the dem OF ELECftt -
s"' ESCAPE. INJURY"GENERAL onstratlon tomorrow.AMERICAN -. (00pm408pm ( nom .. .JaeklOBYWe_ _*rfit. 7 >dp. SKMS47UB*- 'k '
? S. 0. FITTS. JS.m.1040UB autaJ.ck.oeNI- rT
TORS IN THE" DADE COUNTY .
t .Aoruto._ lSpm /5.a '
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WAS DELIGHTFULLY ...,.: 1
1130.m
FOSTER. TUpm .. H.aUgs. .. Mpm.m tr
ATHLETES .. __ _.
PRIMARY ELECTION MAY. IB. F. Vff HAHN. SWprn- llHuaTTWm _Eu&Palawe 01 ID SSa t
ENTERTAINED. ,CAPTURE _FOOT RACES 7 r TiZ p.l.il.IT I, 4 ,. i'Uu"liopm
drpm 11 lOua Lv_. Palawa.-4r >4tpaTSS S IM.' ,y
i : J.. 'I'r. JAUDON.Z. .
r, --- Athens, April :30- In the Anal four .1- L _: __"' Malee_
1'r hundred meter,race, held here today T. MERRJTT. 1ldpm 10, BIIII.e".
,'1 'Metropolis Bar a.., Paul Pilgrim of.the New York Athletic ; des' U40pmllpm .. Dapotal,. ...." 4SIPBSMpa 510ea'' 1 .
:30. Club in 53 1-5'seconds. In I In order that;the Dade County I16pm : ot>4_ 114. ,
__ Key' West April won lOOtpaWWp .t .
o -Tbe first serious automobile ,*cc1i the final fifteen hundred meter race, ton may become familiar with Ow For County Treasurer) I spa ,,__ pots Onep. .. ..." SSJpaSUpa!> 4 $7sa
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"and arrangement Vote for one.GEORGE. 1016 p toopm Ar* w* > N.Ir gmrtuOrmor / U.
dent to happen since the :advent o: J. D. Llf atbody. of the Chicago University form of the :w1ItI

.' 'the machines to"this -city, occurred ,won.' in four minute and of the various--candidate* aa they will 1 w.IOsa. 74MpiaiKE2 Arl__OnIn..at7---e elea ...,... S 1 10,IBUKpm '555pa111O.m p.- '
, : G..CURRIE ioopaItoU' __._ .City J.nrtloo .. +
a few days ago on tII. ,eounl,: road. twelve_seconds: appear on the OiCctal ballot to ?t Total Tssis-

,,,' Mrs Morris who had"Ult received.a l1I.th. May prlmarytwe have pnparMaa 1110pmUUpm 140pm.lUpm.. LY"._....._ _.KcwSmTTB 0&kHUl_* I..r., isp. t I sa', } '
i handsome Ford 'car was taking krty > : REGISTRATION. ,NOTICE C H. ,RAULERSOK Ar. _,...TitOfTUl.._...__ 915 a ui
e registration books will below.', : 1 m It ilia.' ,__ _"'Inr4_. _\ Siopm 11 lOuD '.
Mr. and Mrs. George ReytDod5'tor The be opened Tax -
and For
Webb twe Collector.
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11 ipmUtum S Kpm _Ls Tlt..W. S6pmIO
' : .oDtl"Ji ;4- 'Wa'baUc ..
: a spin. In-the various: precincts Dado have ae on t Vote-for one. I bipm Ct"e"" 't 1 .pmt I2aa
l ... going-at a rapid county ,for ,four weeks,'. ,beginning, the names offihose whom we know 12..... 1 Mpm .... Coek4d..-..........." J ,. i .ia.. 't i
,._._ ,.to ,. r
who 1 wan 4 Ij>a Eaa G.11N. U4TpmISSTpm -y
}ate,whenwere Mr. Morris,' was run- Monday, April ,2, andsiosingMon. to be candidates, for the various office T., N. GAUTIER..- 113&.' ""lOpm'. .. ..n.lbearo..r .M ..... 1 17.mIXRui
!L1n, the machine, turned wound to day, April.. SO,'for the purpose of giving Other names till likely h. added before ll11am ilOpm00pm to 5." ..... 11 i2aa ,
I 4Ia1D'! < 8t. Lnele 10 Ilse IJOOn'tllf&pm i t
.Aand j his cap to his .-ue.. In an all an 'opportunity to qualify' the time ellipses for the placing of T. 'J. HARDEE.:. I I ea'I 1 15pm .-. sat here.-. .-. 10 lOuD
steering wheel turned themselves to vote in tL* Democratic assessments- In! the hands of' the eiecntlve" SKamS40UB '6 17pm ___T1bb.1I._ ,. ..... ,- 10 27Sm Ul pm
instant: Jhe. I15.m ISIpm -,_ Ed... ..._." 10 Item'lOGMm 11 ispmliwpm .
sand' the automobile -crashed 'Into a primary to-,be held 011';:May. 15,' and committee. For Tax Assessor. 'S4Spm 'I_._.._ ...,..,,.,.soon ..
'- telephone pole,. breaking the pole in June '12. J In signifying f your choice for any .IS7pa -CLuar' .". .leoouaSum 1155p. S!(
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.Vote for ,
one.GEORGE 430MB515ni TKpmT40pm Kobe 1icMJ.4 ( 1.l9p.1deem
two.' Fortuniirely' It hong by the :AH'thos' who-wlah to'be transfers candidate the .voter should remember .'...... .. .. Well Japiter .. _". tltamS49UB 100... .
ed from one precinct to another must that'across m&rk must be made be 1 UpmSKpm "... .. WSst Palm Jl4tae'..... .. ... 'IOpm
i did not fall, but the force .. +
$ ;wires and so 0. BUTLER. I43&ID 511pm ...... ... JlnJDIOII __._" ,. ... .Olpra :
t1ie'randidate'l
ji of:the collision threw, the occupants apply''to'.1. ,C. Burteaha.Larttna, name, or on the I 169am ".,_.. ...._ I1.1r.r __ _o I KjaT09U1 StopalTiopm ;
they escaped injury Fla, II.the deputy registration. left hand slJe;,% If the cross Is madeon _a 9 4O JD' ...,...... Fort Laa4 r;out, 'though I __" I
71Aa'
JT'Winiam Lv WoKson,1. son" of Mr..onIs eels are not authorized to make these the right hand side the Tote win For County Commissioner I571.., 06&raTBOma II 47PIII&liPID Ban.1..la.."..... ... .710pm I c
fi; Wolfson. prominent dry goods traJ1Ife -- not count for the office in which. this District,No.. 1 I8uD 19 Kpm .. _.. I.mo5(:It7._.. ....." 43.a 7)4p
I have this day made the followingappointments error,is made.? Vote for.o. e.. 10 Kpm Ar -Miami r .. _IV Boa 7 011..
from ___ '
C merchant of this city, graduated lOOuaMaonn Lr MiaII'I fAr s2iBnffMP
the College off Pharmacy of Colnm- ,, of registration officers < Any marks ippearlag on the ballot -' AI l .... ..Uome.te .....,......,. L. ___ 12 lIP.
bra University last Thursday. The In the- cWrerent. election districts i of (other.; than the cross), for ,Identification f HARRY' DUBOIS.W. .
Dade county -' or mutilation, win invalidate -' .rlotC.r oe trains!9 end Zs .Buffet 8lMpta Dw en tralus V9 ud 96.
r.graduatingexercises" tookplace' In 1oi0.'I-Ge I same and tie Inspectors; of election Co' McPHERSOX. t telly aapt bnndsy. v -1
HalL, Mr/ Wolfson win Precinct rce'Parka. .. I
r-.Carnegie will not count the ballot '; ;
Precinct No/Z- P. Kitchen. .
T
Upend short vacation(with his partents ids"1e.ttlsats nalO
a ; 1N N N .1I n/.SOSO.f.
ia-thli city and then'return' to Precinct No.O-Frank.8heeu, ; The-ballot prepared', : is as follows.. : Tor'County Commissioner d Ei i BUTPOIT IUNCK. [i s.1s ti

-Sew. York wbete he has acceptedadtlon : Precinct No. 4-Jesse DanghartyJ,, ,, ,. i1'' District :\0. :. Only oer & ,r Ml h fp'joon ay s.. O.ay J euh i: .
In a large drugstore in'that Precinct No; 5=T.J..Ra1l00cL tNOFFijClAL BALLOTDemocratic Vote for one. '' l
ty.Attetit.two-years' 'experience Precinct No:' 5-: J.j'W:\UmateacJ., '. ;. / asp> SWp LT.D.O aaek.oa.l1.="_At 7OO. S4Q> ICOpaotwiuaop SHOP 995r
96p SK fespl0Sontj.ck.onem.Jr /Si Sthi752 I 9Up
r expects to return to Columbia to Precinct Xo.;7= Ml W.;- MarshalL ,Primary Election held GEORGE a BAKER.WiLLIAU.HEIM. IO OP 7H? Slip stop SMplOBM .....b.bIoBe.ek.S0.. 1!0pSlISp e4Opi f
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., l 'Precinct No,' 8- J.VW, Ives.., f 11115;.1900.:ireclnct: No. -:Dad. I 10157b' slop l/Sp10/M .. ..At1..tleBeata.1 7K 12 Up Slip
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study for the degree of ),[. D. HII"IDAIIY Slop_ i oop a oo Ar.......',...M rs..L.0..> T 0t llOOo tOOpl SX*
friends here,offer their congraeationt i Precinct No. 8=;W.'E.Pendleton.. Coantyr Florida Make a cross(X) .

.- and .ilh.bIm''great success. ,I Precinct No. 10-Joe ChaQle- .. mark before the name of the. candidateof : '- PENINSULAR 'AMI_OCODEKT1L STE1HSWT CONNEdlOKS IT 1LLIL

.ta'J1I1?chosen,'career.iti. : ., Precinct rot IX;-Alf Peacock. your.cholciif.,: ,PAUL C,JOXE3,
Major General J. .Clifford R. Foster, Precinct No. 12 -'A.'vT.'DnvaL' ; pas C4 a.etl04i Ma* at Mini with Sttasuali silks P, ft O. S. S. Ce.psy.tsr'I
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{ .,T... and Major Dnpray. U. S. A. I .Precinct Xo. 11- George Moody' 'ForRepreagntatlve in Ecngress"Vote : For County"Commissioner '
t"8 Precinct No 140.. L.'Hargrave.. or01Ie 1!', :t District. So' :Havana:and: Key West
;taspected Company 1. 2d Infantry at .. L'f- ..No.._.
Precinct,No. 15B... P. Lippineott. Vote.'for'one.L '
the. armory Thursday night Thertarge =
.'' JTwo Each 'Week.
Ban was decorated with' American J. C. Burteshaw, FRANK-CLARK; 'Sailings : :

_ flags and festoons of purple and Supervisor of Registration; : L.:WALL ..., Traiaa. bia Cold,bunting the>company's colors r For Justices Supreme Court -- -
1&::Y General Foster.'and Major ,Dupray .is-the. Moon Inhabited. : Vote'. for'twa.. 8$ ;' T.:-'A'0'. 'WIXF1ELD.,7. : 131.Tim.TsbZe.ibow O ttiBW at wbka tatai ay b*niwetod toantv*at ad.psr'
>
Hi j jiyjtiil ctfttlooi bat th ir artvalot imuitonU th tuimtttttt li o <
If! ere''en satisfied wiht the showing4pre.ented .. :;; .adi is tbli Com 'TtfHhtHtrr"T'Mtfff"T'fT ***Ooy* '**T"1'H'<*lth*'*>>''".!
by the,; mpall'.' ';A large .Science .bIt.p1'OTeq that>the moon I CHA8.:.& PARKH1LL. .For County Commissioner
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has aa atmosphere, which makes life > <: For Copy ot tbo LOCAL TWB CARD or Other MoetrWs _'
fri crowd witnessed. the Inspection. > District. No.':;4Vote '
!fia.mOJle.Jhem i '..er.ae.eral: officers.ofjthearmy but In some'not for form human possible beings on'that, ;who satellite have a ,. --j., ;B- ''HIIFIELDFor' "' ,,.- ,. ..._. for one.' ,. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.'*-
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.,(trlT'. : ,and< nary- ..,posts' and ,I their hard enough time on this earth of ours Railroad. Commissioner' .,A..Lee'Allen.jJ .- -,---I J. 0. RAHNER, AMt. OeaT.- Pa**: AHU 3T. AtXIUSTIKB.. 'FLA..
especially vthose who dont know that
!{};:After tie inspection' .i 'reception '
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Vote 4TF
for two.
Electric Bitters ear. headache, bilious .= .
>was held ,at 'La Breeta, In honor or J'JHolly., '
malariachills ,
ji 3 the! visitors., ''\" large lathering of ness t andfever. Jaundice THOS.'41APPLETARD.Ax: .' }
dyspepsia, dizziness.'torpid liver, .' Wfi1. Gurry's Sans
dtlrens.were present and a delightful
; kidney complainU, eneral debility and For County'CommJaaloner. ,
'eveningwas spent' in] dancing:; A B.BAILET! *
E.
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female weaknesses. UneqnaleJ as a ; District,No. 6. .
1I"U' --
Jelldoni luncheon served on .the' "
general .tonic'and appetizer for weak Vote'for'one.T;
P'1 I broad veranda of the pavlllloni Music N' '', : Key West .F1orl la.
persons and especially for the aged.; It j N WT, .. ,BLirca ---- I ,
was fumlshefr'.by 'the' Light' GU dl! induces sound sleep.- Fully'guaranteed -- ,)aRK 1IUNROE.:., HEADOUARTBR8, FOR "v
... nd. by all druggists. Price'only Wc.f I 1 t'R.: :; HtJpSOX BURR," ,. >. '-

.:Ie, 7':. ".a' r .". ,, -:. E.'G'TI'EJUJELL.. ." '-I. Ship Chandlery, ,Building,

4x -. '- s +
\. .,'., '" .I'>, ;.t: : .. J.. : "- ,Materials Of ,All 'Kinds:
'For Member Board
)' J-, -.il ;'- '.. ,, ;a, ', ,' '{-. ',; .' ::;; .. ',"<. .- First County District school}. Coal and Ice;Steam marine Railways; Macine. "o'J.Po-c.. : 'ra

kJ',, i.;' FA-f:: .J, .:.:- "" : .; .. /.' : ., ."-, ..Ii .. it'.r Vote. for: one.' ;l repairing, '" done I >
; -
r k'1 .. L ,
kinds
.. All BOiler'
\ I .' > t- .. : .. ot 'and Steam, Fitting can oe attic
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.cJ' ,.-,"'.. v4.." .. : ...... ";, ;.">!'.........,-r....;.,.,:.''',r."..'._:..'._ .".'-' 1'-;.,;''<;:ft"; ',,,.{..,..;, Y'" .j.. ;;:;J: :It'..;.; .','' '.,,' .,' ".<. .."i;--- ; - ,.. shortest. notice_ iD the txatpoaaible manner br expert skilled]mocaaoi-.t.
r"--f. _
"It.- *
..' ,,,"'. ', '''-.<"i' .) 0 ,,'-' ,'' '< l' J" For:Member cOul1t'seh oi Board
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: : .' ., Second District

: : ; : ,) Vote"'for.. one.', :; ,1 M. 'J. ,Yarborough r

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.. BaseB: ., !'*."; .;:. ''For.Kember" "' County" -.. School, .poird'. Contractor and Builder k

',,' .!, ._- -i' Third District. .

'. ; Vote:'foi onew. :: ". .,' "' BsJider of the Palm Beach"" dotiel ,] .
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:: :; '< > / ; :; '; :: : :\i Conf NbPropeity: Oters
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l. a'; '" ':< :1 : : tAl... ld .t', :" J' 'r\: \ ---- .

: ; ::::" 7./r i :;:,?;:< :' 'n >x /; ; '' I :;(:: :;f "- PIERRE? 8:,''TlTUS., ,..'}.! ,'. 'Ifyou!' I '. don't:: want to'SAVE: 'MONEY" ..

: : : W. -J;.\VJL80N.--- '- wejcan't! help)ou. 'If;you do;. come to .

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"i ';-i,. 'For' Super lsor:of Registration.. '
\ Vote Tor _one.', -l The LA.McDonald ,Co.'
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Cubtss :' -J.-j.-q'BURTESHAW: ; .

: IYIlBml'VS. r i.,.For' '"'nah'" and-. '.Gam. ,.. .Warden" and jhy your'Mding material J, Ldiig 'Leaf r


Vote. for one.xCALIFORNIA' ", -_ ." Yellow Pine' and Cypress or ,aU kinds

i''i-j.;' s, .: 1 i1_ -. We also sell' Lime,' Brick :((4 kinds)). Cement, Sa LJ h Door

\ ; .. f;jJ! ".. ..."... Mouldings;, and whatever; else_ a builder'requkes':

t .: : < i : : I '-FORESTERS MEET j (at .lowest'possible, figure: t wi
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; ,: ,', ':' ." : ,"> ; You Know where
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utfi Street Mianii.
.'' we are; Florida
;"" .: '1:'" I '' ': '- ;,' : : .rqtH"'l; I: I- :, Annual Conventlon"Grand Court Assembled .

: : '. :... :. : ::";_: \1 : : l ;, .; :' '>: :i);,:::', :. '. ''t ;; ,'2 j at San Jose, 'I f ...! ,- r

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: This 'game, promises to: be 'the best;'of %the: season;': .J. '> convention San .'Jose of, April the Grand 30-\,_Court The,annual-of Cal Lo on.&Einig,

,.> ifornia. Foresters,trf ,America.",wlB .


l;: soy The'Cubans' outplayed! Miami. last Thursday] by j :a \ open Most delegates of here'the tonight delegates are expected and areexpected several to attend hundred to '

arrive 'her.''by Southern Padflo at Machine Shopcross


''srOre' of .four to )three. ; in ,a. ten 'i inningljame half'They psstaeven will,,be oclock.formally received bya .la The River.

committee of the local Foresters and .
escorted to. headquarters; The session
; o:'the' Grand, Court' will begin Will repair your engine on short notice.

: : : tomorrow morning at the Hotel St '
Admission Grandstand 1S&nfi. James, where the delegates will be Expert!!! Gas Engine Men. We ,

welcomed by 'the HoD. .J. O. Hayes. wire
.. 5" .. In the afternoon another session of the dynamos, .cOlls, plugs, batteries, ,
<.- r" Grand Court'will be held and In the
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; < : -. : ., ". evening there will .be a grand 'street screws; switches .. ;
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< L parade of the visiting' delegates and
:, the members of.the local
courts.
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: ;\ 1 :?; { > .... : The parade wU] be followed by a
; : grand ball, tendered to the delegatesby

1- the. local courts at the,Turn Yet Lofton&Einig
4 rein Hall. The session-of the Grand -.;,

j Court wniiclose; ; on Friday. afternoon. ..
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I PAGE TWELVE THE DAILY MI..MI METROPOLIS TUESDAY,' MAY t, 1906 ,, t :r.


ANSWERED l necessity: for protection from cold and i 5 r,

QUESTIONS there Hs thus a savingyoi. about |300 1 r \
an acre which U the cost of shedding

\ farther north. There are ten to twelve 4
:1' thouaind.plants to the"acre, sad the 6an : of'
iformation Interest to the Prospective Settler fmltbrlngs., In the neighborhood\ of :: Bay 'iscayhe

Concerning Miami and the. Southern. from0 cents dOHA,for Red Spanish

to z.i.<;'cents apiece for Porto Sloan ,
Portion of Dade County. The:,erceDtap of plants fruiting de-
'
.. .... 1896' I
.. ... pen j|.upon the care In.! judgment exercised ORGANIZED

.f" la their culture, some rowers -- I .
.
having succeeded U securing I .fruit e

80 aiJLnj.Inquiries art directed to lences of civilization, u electric lights. fro p0 per cent of the plants la.their..

.. the IfetropolU by prospective'settlersor :water works"aewezags" telephone aysJtanOree pineries.\ : : -- ,C Capital. $27,300. Surplus/ $3,500.00.: Deposits over $$200,000.00;

born seekers CODCenwac'coDdltloDl mail deUvery.three,aewspapers Linda may be purchased from |S or
}t existing U, this' part, of'Uie. .country I two national beaks rose State 110 'an acre up. depending oa proximity 0

.s. the bordea of correspondence en-Ibaah. etc. It has miles of beautirar Uj roads ant shipping pout'1 Good

tilled.tkereby ass become. so aeirjr, streets of native ions lions_ ,It Upractkany landl'on rock road within I miles of!

J : Oat we aTe attempted la the follow the cumin of the Florida- MlaiaimaybehadforManacreandsometimes .' Statement. at. the close 'of business, February
r nuamartxe suca. iAlor Last: Coast Railway for though aa extenstoa '
iasT':article to less than that sum for land i
of the road has recently beet 23. 1906. as to State ;aResources
the
moat Comptroller
r auUion ss Is Important, and to not.immediately oa a road. The same i repotted
answer'the editions most frequently built, penetrating the'farmlag lands quality of land farther away from i

asked. It Is hoped by this means that forty-ave mile south, this Is merelya transportation facilities cam, of course

a sample now of the paper of which feeder to the commerce'of this dty. be' purchased fag less The land to *..1 .
ii Hers located the steamship docks .. '
are .
hundred* are neat oat will la most promising la appannes to those M :
of the P,'A O.. Iteamshlp Company, '
eases, Ie"e.the purpose Intendedbetter cuatom.d'to the denyAch' seta o, l
whose lines to Key Watt a
letter'Specific la'foraatkm are operated other
than a personal States, being rocky and saad I
f. may.be obtained by writing to Havana and to Nassaa Immense yettmults can be obtained from tt Loans and discounts-4 . s 159,851. ;

rl t to any of' the real estate or other:frmswho. > I keep wharves'pace1with etc.' are W being,vastly projected Increased, to fu-in. seen of the' stuns -realised Real Estate owned. ... . . .: . . .. 17531.91
apPear In thispaper : fertile
ajTertlsemeats maritime business that mat follow on from the more sections of the I Furniture and ibltures'. . ... .; . . 3,115.25
s ; and the best way to become tau:1 country. Fertiliser must be used bat .
icrr mfflar with local conditions, progress 1 the deepening of the harbor, 1I'ark'OD the etania''more than justify the expeodltnre Current expenses ...I.( . . . . . 1.; 61.83 "'

Industries current happenings I! which 1s now actually progressing. '
and Involved
:
CaSh .
fz while contemplating _removing to this Ii appropriation of 300.000 has Ilea secured dJ! I Account... T
from the for harbor Jj>pope of energy and industry areheartly
government .
section. Is through reading the Dally improvements,' and the' Florida -welcomed'and the'country i u. S. Bonds . SSS.. . . .2200.00 / .
s the formerof
or which the.Weekly will be.'Metropolis ieat'to ,any address East Coast Railroad also pledged'to. development being practically' Jatcuif'there'1 be- Due from Banks. . . '.' .;. ,. . 58. 7950 04-

\ "' at the rate of $5.00 a year. $L25 for expend a like amount. Thus (00,000 room for, all to reap the Cash In Vault. . .. . .... . 39,94259 ... '

three months;. the Weekly a' large is now being used for this purpose and bo fits which mat ensue u the reI4 .L1L, Total available cash. . . . . ... .', JOO.521.79
mailed for $1.50a'year. it Is a moral certainty that further appropriations of such (Development. Capital gadsberjf W.' .' :.Lr:1"_
Sate paper--being 282. 81.91
; most prat table lnveetment."whllelabor
3 :will,be secured until:the '
.
g. harbor Is la a condltloncommensurate Is la demand and well paid. P.pl.&f Liabilities 1
T1IE ern or KUJI1, %
: moderate means who come her
with Its Importance front a commercial : .
w7'f'' gprang.at.dtl. wnOeraees nineTeen ,: geographical :and "'strategical and ,buy a small tract of land make a '" Capital Stock .. ... . .'-:. .). . .. 27, 00.00

ago the railroad having reached standpoint-en importance recognized m6 eat home, set out fruit'trees, and Surplus . . . .. . '. . .'0 . 3. 00.00 f

N this point April IS. m t Prior totals :by public men: at the national'capital, while waiting for these to come' Into' ;, Dividends not called fpr : .. ... ..' ; .. 140.00

-time one store whose and,{ prta-few land:. by all who will study the location baiting,, eogtgr- In, trucking! ; are &\. Earnings accounts. . . ,,:'. : :. : .\. : 1,433.81 ,

dpaHjrltk fa"'llWek1Dl' tae Indians oat a pecan'ices a, !pf this port and its relation to Insular wilts this without sncces'costs execution; successful. Bills payable. . . .. .. ... ..... : .:: : .,:. :25,000.009.854B8 M1
scattered ..American'commerce Aa4 less effort than
y livelihood. br wrecking and tae and- South to In';:other 'parts of the country f whilethe Cashier's checks . . . ... ;. . :. 994J .
nothing 'of the vast trade that .
asaantactWe of coontle starch,' win say : '. climatic" cordlUons reader outdoor .Bank deposits .: . .: . . ,'. .
Into existence the
must:spring upon ..,
Ike only evidences of civilisation. completion of the' 'Panama caaaL work possible "every,day la the'year.with Certificates of) deposf . . . ... .. . 15.732J68

Jaly U ISM. Miami was OR''A'Cuce' .at,the'maP win show the the health benefits of- such.. an Individual deposits.: .,.. !. . . .. 198. 26.86
_ at a city. furnishing perhaps the most'casual observer the possibilities open-air life thrown In At the same .j. 1

Instance 'on record la which a fall .the. ru'ture holds for 'the Magic City"SCHOOLS time. people who'are enjoying health $282,2819191The
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JAtO'u1ItRCe wlta- '
ri
leJged city came moderate success la their present '
'r J beea'a tows ,Tart :AND CHURCHES State law-requires that a bank shall 20 '
eat first baring : a bad better stay where they are. ) keep percent
huadred reclatere4'etera are required Miami' has one'of'th.' best public There should be weighty reasoai to In of its deposits In cashor with-: reserve' banks. .This, bank,jas .

W eatltle any""community to be called schools: In:.the State, embracing both fluence anyone. to make a move of such will be seen by the above statement, .has over 40 pet: cent!of
the school :
and high
; a city, less'thaa.that Dumber constituting 'common courses. importance People who have made its deposits available In cash' : -No bank In the'state'make' '
a'to1I'Ja' At a meeting held far The builaing- art larIea.l'.11 ven tal'ures_' elsewher are'mot like so', a
y better
showing; Is better condition sI
or
[ to Its
three treated and there Is a competent corpsof serve depositors
incorporation,
the purpose of veiy-successful her*. Intelligence and In .
first teachers A CathoUc'co ". sea= .
'aa4 months after the
.one-half Industry are as essential to good fortgae f
and;to none la the State, Is:'in full I
train reached. Miami, Si4'votes were : here .. la any. ;other part of the .s !t
.... Zb s"tVQsaafial gtowta of tad operation giving Instructions' to loth ciQbe. ..
; .
early period has been sustained sexes 'Theqs; are also private schools, ,.. 1
,, musical iff It Is desired to engage la generalfirming
throughout the eight years of tae city'shistory. a conservatory, and art school, .
:; & .' ; in tht'ra1I1Dc'of ,
< so'that every"educational need maybe wheat corn I f
-- 'supplied. :' There are'about thirty I oroau: peaches: : apples, grapes j or i ,> ,.. .j

p, -, 'POPULATION.- KTO. flourishing: ""schools lithe county.. 'oilier products 'of the temperate' lODe,

Miami has at present a resident pop Every religions denomlnatlra Is represented !Dice must cut his lot some ofmiles '
hands .
f_ ,
t
elation of,between: 6.000 and 7,000.In- 'and, the. following',, have to the north, and : '

the wIAter',mODtha this population Is handsome':church. .buildings. :aPresbytertai digit ls'part of ,the legacy :.of 'lands
.
a augmented by U.e edition of thousands .- Episcopalian CatnoUc, M. t E. where these ,things, can.' be' grown.' The FortDallas I National Bank

.' of visitors, mostly of the. wealth.i Church;,, M.. E. Church,. South, and Neither i* this a stock raising country.
kit classes who, Om. to enjoy the Bsptlst.s There is a "no fence law," which is a
....
Ideal climate .and the finest AahIQ lathe SOILS AND PRODUCT: ,great 'boon .to' the' settler of limited

world. 'To' 'a commo.l&te-: theseVisitors The'princlpa't. Industry' in"'this..'seo mans, and then 'is, very"Uttle"'live 6774 '

t thire.are numerous totals don Is the'growiBg of fruits aid winter .t c:1t'lA: the cOD bOza the'otherband.

jar boar ding,houses principal among 'vegetables: 'for the Northern,TKU 1 If It Is desired to-engage Jn'the

whlci u the stately'Hotel. Royal Palm kets Tomato form the Itapl..Uoi. culture of citrus fruits; pineapples various '
'
;
and the grand new,Halcyon HaUJbothawnuments'ln 'cai' semi l.frutte ;
I trop- or -tropIc ,
but there large quantities of other
st, size, grandeur and are the growing ft vegetables at the season United .States Depository.- l .
ao-I regetablei'grown 'such asv State
ommodatlng facOlUes tomatoes' 'of the.ytar'when' all other'part : .. :: :: Depository ; i oRtorida
eigp'anC;; pappenJeus'tta The / '
h Tae population Is cosmopoUtuC; tr> planting season extends 'from 'about of the country,are bTthe'grip"of winter J I

:!%i .every state'la the Union furnishing Its October: 1'to January" and the bulk this section offers decided advaat- .
i *
Aa" undo tt -
.ota of .represeatatlTes. -
{
of the shipments are eent North from ages .over: any other ,portion of the. I
element Is unknown,
it tCLIMATE slrable forelga' Norember'untnMs7'attbongh being--practically: :difference.In'there the tilted l1 States.' Report of condition April 6th., 1906, as reported. to '

,. .1' Writing.' from,'penioaal .experience, seasons seeds may be'planted or vegetables the i Comptroller of,the,'(Currency-.Condensed'., :.4
other .
and seoUoas .
after :uniting California gathered any 4&7'm the year. t"" ,- ', -

where climatic, coadlUoas' are ,\."etablu'are'grows usually.on the. : .''THE,GIANT. INDIANS.
considered at'their best we can anheshatlagly -. ,
lands which free treat .h..1iar Wap '
,
prairie are f tile 0'I'IenI. .
say that Miami has the moat and are 'composed of a of || 41 hem.. Resources .. "
kind
.winter climate .In the Unit d i umbel ;
,; perfect :, %The Onas. a tribe'of Indians inhabiting .'
'Btatee Cod la almost unknown, evea the mainland of the Tierra del Fn- .

the' slightest frost be1q.fYerf' :rare. Fruits' are' grown' on. :pine than'and, ego Island are physical giants. Their Loans and discount' .. ... .1., .... '_.'..:",. -.:..:.2' 070.60
which slightly'higher
#' warmth ofsummer is tempered are : the; average height Is over six feet;, 'A few _
The
by the. cool1DI breeses from tie.Av prairies, and In this section very rocky Ire six and one-half feet; a few fall below -. Overdrafts s, secured.:1: : ; ; : ,747.78
formation six feet. The women are more corpulent : : .
} This rock: is a peculiar coral "
m antic and the highest tlmperaturerecor4e.l thermom- containing a-great'deal of plant food, and not so taU. There: Is no .,. U. S. Bonds and prr l1um".." .n ;''.: .: .;-. .. .... J ,000.00
by the government race la the world with a more perfect .
eter during the summer months Is ... as erldenced by the'fact that In many physical development than the Ona Infllans. Other stocks and Bonds,!. ...:- ;. .....! ,. h ...... .;. .41,OO p1ace[ r&l1le and other fruit trees are .;! This is portly due to the topoftaphy ,
HEALTH Banking House.-:. .... .. .
.
tanks among the first' Ink I co' be seen;bearing. thriftily, though of the country and the distribution ; 50,000.00
The dqr apparently;standing on a. solid plate of the game,, which makes:long.narches Dae from banks and U. S. Treasurer ..
.
tie Dotted States la.point of health I :> across: the country a necessity. ,?: .. .. .. ...... '7t,657.9; .
this rockBeing
of or
.. There is"entire. freedom from malaria.. ,,'I II honeycombed, structure of the porous roots :!I'III mentality they fall far below their Cash in vault I... .. ,. ... ... .r.....'.;.: .., ::. ..:.. :.. ..... :. :4 ,758.33
-r 1 aad there are no "prevailing Aiseases." of :physical attainments. In the past their i :. 1l'
;' Those ailments which are common to the trees,are:enabled to penetrate' It supply of game has been plentiful,'and ', .;'. $72 -
... parts of the country seem be and draw ample sustenance from what ,this may account for the lark'of Inventive .',' .; ,t 235.13
& -
wond! 'to be uapromls- genius them 'This lack : 1\ .
appear a very, among .
power: '
here robbed la part, of their as ,
:
: i iource Of progressive skill Is portrayed their -: "
form ing .This rock, by the way; Liabilities} :
they usually appear In a mUd\ home life clothing'and homes.' Their :
mates a beautiful:and durable .1 .
i and rarely leave the bad effects which ; builds children suffer from It..for contrary to :< 't' :
lug materlai. and the house ,; ,1" ,
new court
.
ry elsewhere follow\ la the* Searle wake flYer of like'diseases and- fllpftherta and jail;" as well U several'residences the practice'common of fiedlng; dressing among and most trainlug Indiana Capital.. . ; ,. ". '..:. ... .. .....' -:.....::.: ;.. ... :$100,000.00 .

kc ( are unknown, slide typhoid in the. city; built 'of 'this stone, are the children well the Onas' little; ones Surplu and undivided profits.;.. :.; .. ": .. .. .. :,766.G7
much admired by all Visitors. It alsomakei .are mostly naked. poorly fed and altogether : : 1
fever- Is rarely heard ot It Is a desirable ,the finest road material In'thi, neglected. They have abundant National Bank Xo es. . ... .:... =. .. ... .. .. .'. 5 ,000.00
,
suffering from ,
place for those material supplying "
: for : themselves! with I
tang.troubles,; asthma, catarrh: 'and world,.and Da.li'countJ leads all 0thhera' : clothing and homes and yet they throw DEPOSITS. ,. . .. .. .. <. .:. ... .; ... .,...... . ..S66.:468.46 I:
Ss similar,diseases which are'prevaTeatJtncolder In the' State In mileage and- condition 'a few branches together, put sklna over .- ,

climates Many persons affected 'of. her hlghwaya.' ifruit .,the windward side and then shiver under -I $725,235.13.

'flth these Iii .have. coins here The cnldrated are; ,chlefl: | the miserable! shelter,: .' ;
Scientists who have made a study of
and have been care)} or greatly,bene- pap frult, oranges, :"and pineapples; the-subject say.'that.the language of ..
;' &1tte.LOf coarse, this Is not the caseIn guiras. 'macgoes avocado: pears and the Onas is the strangest ever listened .

every Uutance People .die here u limes are largely produced but being to. Many of the word are not difficult The Fort Dallas Nation 1 Bank offers to 11' customers old and

:: they do everywhere else No country Indigenous to_the'country, they'.thrive. to pronounce nor U.the .construction favor consistent with sound banking ideas- and every accomo ation new-everf.in'
with little''orno cultivation. Citrultreeswnf'regnirs'from of the sentences difficult but very fewwords keeping
has. discovered where people their
j, yet i are interrupted bT'a Sound ,with .balances and financial. standing. : .
Immune from death disease. ; ) ; three'to fri \ ..
:, are .and-. -
which it K Impoiuilble to produce. Tb4: I .
_ U;the tame time it may;be truth rem after..:planting to produce' < fruit.:: speaker hacks coughs and grunts, dis

fully said .that.the :conditions'tending Pineapples, .which grow on a plantsomewhat tortlng his (are in the most Inhuman .., .
to general bealthfulness are as favor; resembling cactus, and manner and then passes on to the next J J

?+ able''as la'any section of the'country, which arl propagated by setting slip's stumbling block.: .The'OnaI lire princti tltO.w.
or suckers pony upon meat which In former yea: Wm. M.. 600.- R. mph/ CJashler.R"'SY
.,. aad tar more ao thaa la most bear fruit In 11'month was obtained from the lWlnaco.-Ne : : PreSldenf
THE,CCTZ'31UT'URE after planting! In .this section\-ttey York Herald. '

ICaml'possesses aQ modern'eonvenw ire, grown. In the'open, there being n? -

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