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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 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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:VOL 3, NO. 125' :: r _, MIAMI,. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1906. ., tUSHr-ftsr.ItStfMtlMl: "- Price -5' Cents! .



You Have Until Saturday, ,May 3j to ,Pay Your' Poll Taxes, }n Order to Vote i iri the Primary'May 15. -U

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SAN F FRANCISCO( .IS C 6 y; '8HoSSIEHWAS, lion! ). W. Watson- A CandidateV' .' WBROWN'0 WILL PAY PEtIALTY 3


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ASSUMING THE MADE E SECT'Y .OP LI.LI.Qualified'1; I II I II I FOR FIENDISH MURDER JUNE


Honorable. W. bas fi tteOA
Watson pro bj upereace-tbat great '

\[ BUARD'TRADE. icacher-p-as representative )trom Oscepla county' and made a most his last, line. surrounded "by, "various ?-- J '

p -', NURMAl # creditable record as a public servant and a Florida lawmaker.' He has colored striking calcium ace e. lights, making very :;

been sttctes.fnl in business, and by which we must judge as much as The overt re from'"Faust"-was ren- Death Warrant TodayAnd

any other qualification, his ability to'serve the people dered by MI lei Screren and Canova. jtame

A resident of Dade count but two years )fr. Watson has shown an in a pleasing V style, and Mill Willie

I And: Air Trade' Is Lively By$ Governing (Committee} interesi'ln ita'welfare and progress such as few other men have. He Uon Hahn of,accon the: panled act In' her during usual the skinful..renJl- i t.I .

"f1" ; v baa proves himself a good citizen and in every manner is fitted to do manner. '

9 honor end justice to the trust he-seeks, and i if chosen the Metropolisfeels Rev Dr., Fari* delivered an able address Wa Read.Pn onerbjrSheriB'FrohockWas

ceHain that his duty will be well done.-:Miami! Metropolis March betty m part',1 and 2,'.at the Unmoved and
13th. 16. -/. end reading :he names of those securing ,

Preparations For Building'A e Standing Committees Were.Also .,. < -. certificates and presenting a diploma Relied That i Was Hard to '
toll i Era Yarborough awarding .
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Being Rushed Rapidly Ahead Named -For.Insuinr.YearJlow: 7 her a m rlt of perfection In piano
Kills ..
.n. Far a Crime H.
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hI.toryand which well
larmony was .
K 'and Many,Large Factories Have They Are p-osed-Meetinr FIHSa J SHIPMENT OF PINEAPPLES deserved {Those getting 'certificates- Newer COlDlDi. _
were
MrE Resumed Operations Monday Night I In piano. < iploma, Ulss Eva.Tarbor- 't 1d. VV
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% HAS ought Junlof certificate. Miss Anita
7 r ARRIVED FHOM1HE KEYS Canova; dramatic department ,Junior ...
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: certificate, JMlss Jane Beeecher-: Her- Edward alIu"Cad ; Brown. the ac.gro .
berta'PerryJ Margn'rtte
Kose 1, Roberta
San Francisco..May', 2The conditions At a meeting the governing _1 V Mead Etflel Sefton and Ethel Vs ayt. convicted and 'I tence4 to death. \

.of. life are gradually becoming- commltee of the Board ot.TraJe held The entlrjs performance was thoroughly for'the brutal and l1endllh murder

normal here and the work .of clearing last,,night G. Duncan Broader; was Consists of Two Hundred and Seventy-Five Crates Which Will Be enjoyed and everybody felt that of Yn. Dori.8nggs white.- oa the
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unanimously elected secretary, and die the Conservatory faculty deserved a '
i the wreck)lajpreparatlon for rebuilding night of December a, last WIn pay' '
following standing. committees aunovnced if .BtCh.ie great deal of credit as, well as the pupils -
Handled & Co-A More Reasonable the penalty br his
the city UT/apldly progreaatagi' : V participating. e by hanging ;i
Retail tradesmen ofevery destrtp- Laws 8. L. >Patterwa, J., T. Sanders '" .Estimate of- by the neck: 'UlaW end on Tnesjay. .)
the Total
Uon'are"reenming'knslness and com: R. H. Seymore, G. A. Woriey. Crop DEATH OF'HEAVYWEIGHTHans June I., ,- -

mission men along the water front are K... D., Price. IL* F: Atkinson.:'',,, $1' Tbts i. the man te of Governor '
RlTerl- and harbors-E. C.. Romfh Fromm a 500 Pounder, Dies at
''business. All Bro"ard received,t fa *
thriving
doing a tar- morning; by w
Shanahan
: JOb M. Townley M. .', F. Wllienberg
tine win have been cleared away,inside I Sheriff Frohock; th document beln.c'bon
M. Hudson.'
I The flrit shipment of pineapples. this of 500,000 i.OOO.OOd crates placed 4
two weeks and the.furnace'forIncinerating :' Railroad Freights- E. L: Btad". season|U- being marketed today by on the key crop of pines Is greatly Berlin; May 2- It la reported from more eomnton11 u death.war

refuse will be. working C.! D. Leffler, _W. 'W- Erwln' J.. ,A. i Chase *; Co., and consists of 275 cratesof exaggerated and that conservative figures Wlllenberg. East Prussia.- that Herr ant. and om nudlc tbt omctat, 'or ,

soon ... McDonald. Girtman. J. R. 'Elliott the Bed'Spanish variety;;of a very for the entire yield are75.000 I Hans From a, the proprietor-of a hotel his regnlarlyappotted. deputies,. to
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* Street can have been given permission fine quality. 'J crate about 15,000 crates' greater In that town, died there after a execute., the laid Eidwar.1 Brown 1&.
The tint Is from the grate of Capt.Tbomag than the total yield of last The .
to run until mldnUht and the Health andSanltatlon r. Jackson. season. short Illness. Since the death >ol accordance with the law
: the aboft
restriction on 'lighting bouses have G.,Enloe, R.. S. Flanagan, H., M. ;Sweeting, of'Elliott Key anH mainland crop he places at/ about Thomas Lopgley., of Dover, Herr 0Ii /
' been removed, excepting oil.which will KIne;a.; B.-'Nen80D.; was brought up last night by the 500,000 crates, and says that it will Fromm enjoyed the distinction of being mentioned date within the JaIl endee' ;

not be allowed at present Every: Public BullJlngJohn: "'s wen.-''E.A. L chooner':;.Two Brothers. The ship begin to move about. the fifteenth of the heaviest man In Europe. are of Dade .

;,,1 chimney la the city will be Inspected : Waddell J. W- Horner;.\.R.,T.-WllaIer 'ment'wlil All a'smallcarandwillprobably ; this month. t Herr From turned the scale at 12. The eountyb'd to Brown'bySherIQ ,
T before they wffl.be, allowed.nsed. : and C. M. TerrellManufacturersG. go to the western markets- In the meantime Chase ft: Co. will pounJs. He itood five feet S 1-2 inches hllJmofnrq &t 10:20,

Many of the large factories that remained C.Frtssell, J..N. likely bingo. -. r open shipping quarters at'Jenlen.anJ I I jln his sock and measured 72 inches oclock. The t
,y unharmed are starting up tall Conrad R. W. Rhodes. C. L'.:Xlmaa- 'Other essels and'cargoes will arrive Delray, and expect' .to.handle the bulk across1 the chest by 7) Inches around doomed man'was: called
tore and there Is a scene of activity leg E. M, Wells,, Ben Hinton.'R. R. rom td4' ken..Oy trom"now 011 and of. the crop. Ithe waist (IDecelled. who always enjoyed from his cell Into the corridor of the
't 1, .on every hand. t' Taylor., I by* the middle of next week the' sea All the fruit, both from the keys i a magnificent appetite bas of Jail-and stOod,with lowed head while '
: lIOn will:be on In full strength |. and on the mainland Is said to be of the
Bridges and Highways B :- )(.8&11- a very happy disposition, although sealing of his errlble fate was
C- G. Rae 'Dr.Skaggs.W. i Mr.-John Graham,''of'the Cbaae Co. very:' high trade: In' size..and quality, owing to ; bulk
COUNT ..WTTE.RUIGN. ey; F.ST ,Badge; his vast locomotion Imparted to him.. He had nothing' to '
AS RUSSIAN PREMIER A'. Lofton.! r said IhU; morning thafVthe'estimatesCONCERT| and will carry welL soon became troublesome to him. He outside Cel .
say tits bnt afer'belog"locked
Agriculture= E. V Bl elunan. F.S. seldom left the house. 'The last time ,
St. May 2-The- resignation Morse, 'J. H. Tatnm A':' M. GrUlin.J. : he showed mllelf In' public was*in In again remarked: "I .doat -'

i of Count WItte as premier, has K.. Dorn, Frank Jaudon. A SPLENDID August 1904. when he went to inspect see bow yon call bane a man for something ''

,been accepted And Be will be succeeded Educational W. M. Burdlne..W.Vr. a new rallrpad station, and this was he knows nothing .about", or
by M. GoremyHn. former minister ot Hall; LB. Gautl r..A. L LaSalle, J. quite an ev nt for the Inhabitants of .words to tnat effect
iHi the Interior.. The octal.announcement Saxelby Julius Smith, A.'J.- Kolb,, W. .AND 'POPULAR'rSUCCESS Wallenberg.At '
Other thin
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wffl-be made! .tomorrow.:,, W.. '.Farts.. J f I one'U e there was some talk of ,
Emmlgratlon. VBlaekman.. f. M Herr Fromn accepting an engagement communicative Hwa 'ad vised'by. ;

Aru.HNEL: EXPLOSION' S. Morse, J. H." Tatum, C..L,., HudJleston. .... :m, ', to appear on ti\ music hat stage ol Sheriff Frohock to J i pare for the end .

INJURED EIGHT MEN .\';"' II Paris, but the' project fell through and to make his pe; ce, with God &114mJ.D.
Advertising.- Bl: Stoneman W. as there was not a railway carriage .
M. Brown. Sidney Conklln. Edwin The commencement concert given .ls I sweet tone, every word being distinctly that would accommodate him sal he IV IV (. +.
New York. May 2-. Eight nncon Nelson C..BL Wheeler. W. F. Mffler. 'the Fa ; .bu11dlnc last night by puptlc enunciated the audience showing j flatly refns to. travel In a. freight The execution wffl take place la':the
scions men were taken from the tunnel Entertainment: C..H. Garthslde, L.; of the;'illaml Conservatory Music i their appreciation by continued ap' I car. r,# jail yard enclosure, the 'gallows probably -, u

under the Hudson-river this morning B. Douglas,. J. 'M, Burdlne,' E. B., was one;of the bet productions of the i plause. Coming newt were the little i belna:erected n the southwest
after an explosion In the depths of the Romfh' C. Hr Perry, John Seybold. kind ever given In Miami, and Mr. Misses Kau'mann with violin solo,. MUSICAL FESTIVALWill '
big bole. Five ot the number were W. H.;Cbanle, W.' .C..' Maynard Dr., PYankllri"; Coleman nllh, director 0: These two little ladles are on the roau i f MOBILE comer and enclosed. from public view' .
taken to Jke Jersey City Hospital and MnlletC .the Conservatory )(lsl'Julia Tallafer- to a brilliant future in the musical' i Be Opened as a Fashionable by a high board fen e. From now o*
1 Jour are not expected, to live. The The secretary was instructed to notify ro in charge ot the vocal department world and in their renditions which' until the day of < xecutkm. Brown. ;'
explosion Is 'IUPposed to have been teach committeeman: of his ap ,and Mr*. Bush; violin directress feel were quite difficult for such young 'rvI"f Tonight who. up to the present had been con- .;

4 caused by gas. pointment :and also to. '. announce justly ;proud of their, workfor the people they showed great executionof i lined with other, prisoners In a large :,,
through the press ytbat' all members past,year and heard with satisfactionthe the instrument and were heartily Mobile Ala.. May 2The Mobile cell will be locked tip alone.:
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SOUTHERN GOLF TOURNAMENT both old and new. are' requested demonstrations of one ef the largest applauded. Festival Musical Festival which the Mobile The Crime .: 3V

INNEW, ORLEANSNew.Orleans attend the next regular meeting of the audiences ever assembled .bI'one Miss Era Tarborough rendered the Chorus Juts arranged will The crime with (which. Brown la
Infldlng! In_Mlaml; "Rhapsodic Hongrotse If by' Liszt open here tonight as the Mobile Theatre charged and for which he will die unless rf-

,' May'2- The annial :50.p. I _The atagt was beauUfuily'deco-a'* which was beautiful and handled with festival with fraud chorus In which the unforeseen Intervention occur.
; chorus of '
tournament of the Southern Coll Association 'It'-WU(I'declded'' thai, the following 'with palms ferns and rustic furniture such ease that a person could listen a full seventy-five-voices, was one of the most{revolting ant ter
opened on Audubon Park links subjects: will, be given considerationat under the direction of Mrs. John Sew tor hours to her playing. Miss Tar inent orchestra soloists will and take a number of prom. rible In the-history of the county. Mrs.,

today, There ninety-eight entries the,next meeting:, 'ell, effecting! the 'prcJen'scene In toe borough finished artut and her The PI'OCI'I.m. which has part.been selected Dora Snggs highly esteemed and In-
playing qualifying rounds' .for tots The reduction of taxation! opera' :FausC" The program opened instructors, as well as herself should for the opening diistrioos woman jras returning
concert of
the
'.magnificent capsSECRETARY The depenlng ,of our harbor. with'a violin duet by Mellra. roW'D feel fully repaid for their wok of serlea her home'near Coo nut Grove from
o threej concerts to be given Includes
other the]piano. The men showed among Its choral numbers the When within a>half mile of her home ?
BONAPARTE and matters relating tithe on young "Next came the gem of the evening "Three Tone Pictures"
IS'RESTING EASY- welfare of the city'of Miami and considerable knowledge of the instruments Act 3, from "Fault. the scene being the vstse from "La Boheme by Rabensteln." by Puccini she was attacked by!a }fmunknown or partle
and killed
Its tributaries: ; they played.and doubt ,
no the garden of Margherita's home. and "
The omeers '-of the Board of Tract will be J successful In their efforts, to The with "Gillla, a motett by Gounod. Evidence showed that she had been .
stage was supplied a slide It
The
2 Advices from V soloists who will
Wa hington. May assist at the attacked In the mae that ,
now constituted are; become]finished masters. curtain' and when the anent' openedthe : she'Jumped
Baltimore that Secretary concert wil be Mrs. Semore
today say Froch- '
Bonaparte Is resting easily; but will .President, 'W". W. Prout. i Nest|;iollowe.s Miss Willie, Hahn sight-was beautiful and. Inviting. helmer..wmiam O. Dal,. Mrs. Chas. either or was ran pulled or was from carried her wagon IDol
a short distance
not be able to return to duty for some First/yicei-Presldent: ';E. T." 'Bying- with V .TOcal solo "The Flowers are Miss Herberta Perry as Slebel. was P. Kerrey and Mrs. H. W. Lelnkant Into the woods, where
time.The physicians agree bis 111.ness ton., ,- All Aglow My Love" by Pfferkorn, costumed In keeping with her part The festiva!i has attracted many bun dition of the the con
ii is caused by ptomaine poisoning Second Vice-President J.:,,'; Wilson.. which iwa. rendered in"a clear sweet and, sung her had 'In a clears sweet Jreds of people from the surrounding fought bravely ground for her skewed life. The that skull aba #
Secretary G. D. Broader the audience voice Her acting She
oprano/voice: .'callingher was perfect. districts and even more remote crushed
parti was horribly with
a PARIS HAS RESUMED I 'Treasurer, B. R'-Tatum." bark but setting a precedent no presented a very pretty 'appearance of the State and it Is expected thaj clothes torn. In Oil rocks and
< Governors.W. W. Front E.> T. By- This Miss and the .audience condition she ,
-; THE NORMAL enc: re|1i'I1 given. was thoroughly enjoyed the festival will be a great musical found early p
was In
I' I ington. J;.I: Wilson, T. V.' Moore. SBobo Hahn's./debut. as a vocalist although her, work.. and financial success. If that Is th searching [the night by the ,
parties.i
DeID"'J. Vt.' tWatson,' 'IsdorTENNESSEE shehai.'ben, heard with great pleasureas Margberita was impersonated by case It Iwll probably be made ,. active:
an annual The authorities
became
Paris, May 2-- The city today resumed ...o..eD. and Y
a pianist and if she becomes as ) '
Miss sdair.MERIDIAN.
normal appearance.The' Jane Beecher in a ttaoat'w>i% Brown's arrest followed '
Its a day or twe ,
r! efficient; a vocalist as she is a'pianist mendable style. This a
lady Is
: young later.' The zclrcamatantlat
'mOltia and police have ben removed evidence agtinet him was
tURD' her future In the musical world Is fall by no unknown to Miami theatre
HIT means
and most of the labor organization : of : MISS. HAS but qoneiuslTe of pllt.II .
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great.proepecUMise ,
going public as she has performedIn his conduct and
resumed work this morning. King, breeencq that day
Edward, of England arrived here1 today .., BY A'. SEVERE Anita Canova followed with an some o: the best productions ever DISASTROUS fiRE''' and night attenrar ntlBlle" a jury
excellent solo Valse' seen in this city.. Her lines
on a three days' visit : piano ,\ Op. 12. by although I of twelve Competen men that h. had
"'I ",? 'CYCLONE, ,. Chopln.|| Miss .Canon showed great long and difficult.'were: rendered in a EARLY committed the Grim ,"
FORTY, VESSELS TIED UP technique and her execution and Inter clear and beautiful tone and she and TODAY The prlsoner.bal ontlnlle4 to deny.
'. AT MILWAUKEE pretation1 were perfect and highly appreclate'd her instructors should feel thoroughly his guilt and assert Dnoct'nce, though j

by the audience., ', satisfied with 'ber performance last there Ire many wh believe he .IlD
Milwaukee.'May' 2ulet.. continue. Nas1 vUl Tenn:,.1la, S-A.special Miss it.;bora Dearborn was next- with night Miss Beecher's voice. Is of the make a confession before, execution

here although-trouble is likely to be from'Dresden., Tenn., says'that a ,tornado a voolI'solo, It being "Traumeri by rich. silvery quality and .was heard' to Meridian, Miss., May 2- Fire here I
renewed at any time owing to the Intense ,swept over "district',sixteen Schumann.. This was one of the mostenjoyed a good advantage. today destn Yed the building and stock A New ilailrosd! .
bitterness'agalnllt the constabuLary mile 'north of Dresden last night selections of the evening and Mr; W. W. 'HaU.. as "Faust. did of Winder, Klein & Co., wholesaleand ty
All wounded,during Monday wrecking houses killing stock 'and the performer was heartily applaudedfor very well in lien of the fact that itwas retail department stores. The Work 011, the roe bet1l'en her and

rioting are still alive althougb'several' blowing! _down telephone. lines. her flne demonstration. Following his first appearance In opera, and loss will b more than one bunJred D3ytonahas really gun. Mir; ,,".IL
this Jon of ,the diversions the his brother Prof. Eric Hall '"Me- McBride has the for
4 are expected to die.., > w as thousand dollars, but It Is pracUcall1.: tract cutting
Sailed for West Coast evening. Miss Kolb's- beautiful solo rhistopheles." acted like the devil"' covered by (insurance. The fire originated out the rlgbt"f-1I'ay rom the d ..lIm-
STRUCTURAL: WORKERS The steamer Miami, Captain Whit' "Romania by RobardL accompanied throughout the scene and his singing in tae candy store In the rear Its to the St John river, and with
which baa been,plying'since the steamer ; on thftiano by,Miss Tallaferro anda was of a' high; order. He rendered of the bulling.INTERNATIONAL. yforce of. men last Monday: morning

-j Have Been' Called out on Strike Today Shlnnecock was taken off, on the violin! obligato by Mrs. Bush., This his part to the entire satisfaction of began this work aD I. making rapId yheadxaY.

and Premise to TI. up Industry run between Miami, KeY,' ellt and Havana 1If'lectl9JiIS: truly beautiful and Miss j the whole audience, and :Miss Phelps, CONFERENCE The elf enlnper and as 1
,-, sailed' this 'mor lq.fOt", Kolb'Enunciation and stage/ presence. as Martha, was delightful. Her stage iiatnats! are now I'.t. IIshlnit he grade
Chicago; .May 2-'The strike"of.the Tampa from which place she will por/j were highly commendable. ; presence, mannerisms gestures, etc DISCUSSED--COTTON MATTERS from here tn tbp rlv! r. and the grading V i
structural workers has been called for ap the Port,Tampa Key West TUG'for .he,||kext selection on"the" programwas '4 are -all .-orthT'of.note and her lines I for tbe ties and its will bPltIli at

today and promises to tie up the buildIng the summer.' The run from here- will 1 a .doHn solo! byMrB.. F.,,Davis: [were song In a mo*t pleasing soprano Wafhlngr >n, May 2- The general once. Fire or Ills IJlitlrt'd mf'a111
!' Industry ChiCago, affecting'a betaken'P-by'ihe'Steamer\Martin "Air,.rler byDancla."was the title : voice, every word being heard, dfitlncrV topic of dls 'usalon by the International be put to wprk gra bug the road bed.

'" total of 115,000.000 of rebuilding' work Ique Captain Dillon:going out tonight of the?ielectlon' and .}Ir. Davis did Conference of Cottpn Growers and building bridges t't as lOOn as they
and the improving of old structures. after the arrival of th/, train In getting line wofk.. being generously applauded 1 The'costumeswere, Imported from Manufactur TS today was the marketIng can be bad. They company evident ; '

day for eight hours work The 'COil the. Miami went agrotul,on' a '":'lumP7 mezzo l)toprano voice:bag:been heard I participant was perfectly arrayed especially stability of prices and relations Lion by next want r'J badness. tbe .V
,:)- tractors,' offer of U.60 for four months and* remained fast-for some]time be I with great pleuQre In the past came! }Ir. Eric Hall, In the, role of between growers and manufacturers. rolling stock t obe odena and 1Irlt.cIasa .

\: .:.and |4.80 for the rest of the year.wan fore'eh e/.floe ted and.proceeded,. on her I'next; wjth ,Mtcalfs""Absent: ," which I His! Santanlc Majesty in glowing red ., S culaUon". .. severely denounced In everyrea t.;- DeL Dd R e.VV '.
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,< ,rejeeteii' ... toJ&i I *' > -* >.- --< ,",) wasb ntifnlly;:' rendered"in 'a ,Clear i ,and at the close ,of theyetene ,he sang ,. onL r'e
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THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY .
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY > i ahcl Furniture .

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H.,: : *'<*. year by man ............ K.OO ;Three month ...... ,1'1' .
s. lis moadu .................... S.SO One weekfl. by carrier .V' ..10Advertising '

"-.Ii'.; =' Rates ma- known. on application. Wi|! be ,Sold_ at Reduced Prices. for thirjty.days/ '

((1. In tbi;"ninf of mea..'I. te '
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METROPOLIS BUILDING otaer/thtogs. Jf t1e at
TELEPHONE rt.,, OFFICE .
.' meats that wins .
new triad and .
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House
4M Twelfth street Opposite the Court i ,I U
C2 and troqnrrda7. By e-a7.bTe7Oll:
JlW. .W'- .t"'A. net tried u on aa ordsr for nut .
WEDNESDAY MAY. 2 V?ISM. :veqlle D beet: ,TT offer the beat norlda cad
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'la which the Key West extension of the. F:E. C.,Railway Is being built,'andtomparing M; t -
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Its'culmination'against: proposed' 1a4 of draining the Everglades / J .

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"Tbe
,1.at f*H, "iouth..aid'i..being done.in a business-like' smanner. .No ODe:except Mr. '. b r :Grand SaIe.
i l+ !naper Is'to*pay for, this extension,though: all persons along the"line,willS CIeiryice
r t'eDJol.lt$ benefits and Its development. Four .schooners' are now loading, .
Point, for the above extension; "
\! steel' rats 'at :Sparrows jfear'.Baltimore J.
:These rail'are; 'to be delivered at Mayport, twenty-five miles from Jack Will ;
.
M5th
of extension. The schooners Positively Close
'J;. stay ue, and then reshaped'by'ratTlo the place .
WUllam J. QuIUen, Sallie C. Marvil, and 3 I
(: ,are the Edward G..,Hlght. : / V

r."'t.'4-'Brtnda. :"Qnletly.and'P.: Pendleton.without. ostentation this'great,railroad' extension from Mlaml --, Our sale! so 'far 'has, been the most successful I f l in our history and our f t 0r t><

"*\' to Key }Vest progresses.There nothing political In ,thl extension flock 'has' been reduced,! \ 6'will '
considerably. 'continue sell l the '
f-':tor a chance ior-deD agogi m. The promoter Is not trying to build a PO : ? to at ,t ,

; ",, .lltlcal foundation for'the future; at. the: expense,of the taxpayers, but some. ; ; ,fig cut prices until' May 5th, and in 'some lines. such as ladie's sh oes' V ,
of teat benefit to the'State. -SHi a:
'thing, ,
-when',this road Ii completed there will be no debts' tobe, 'paid for,itSi ,wherestock is badly broken in sizes we/offer-at lower. than ever
prices
> Is not conditioned ,a proBabinty for ;
bj, snag tbe'people.' The! _road: neon I
''business or for paying Its expenses.. The day VIt U completed business beit order to close out by May .5th. Big/Dafgains. Come and see .them. "
im., both in development'of the'counUytbrough,: which It passes,and as one _! / r
L [ i iHaragon'PantSrWQrth'sIx _
con.ttnent
undertakings Inaugurated on.tbe- .
niost'costly
of the latest and ,. '
-1
,** .
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ir" "It. wlH\cost\ ,many- millions-_ of ,dollars _to-:coastruct thi.'railroad exten7jJtaJou ,

.. ,.but_ .it will, not be. wrung but'of tht.people;, through taxation.- -It. It, : 'I Para Pants NlensI
)11
I
:
(
./a business pure and'simple and It is being financed alone by M! othin
.;;>Flaglerwho bas\een Flarida's greatest developer. There is much differ a .
this railroad exteDllon'.nd'the proposed drainage of'the Everglades '
-tgfeaceja y-? by.the State of Florida; One,la a certain_ anil, rebene1l4.while the other I / and seven dollars' every'?wh e. Men's clothing in Alfred;:Benjamin'and'Snelienberg[ }
'
t: 1a.sot sore and entirely problematical It.-,may never be finished and U Mcst'allslzesandsomebeautt- :: 'worth 1 1400. 16.00 and ; I

'..'.finished. the good, AnaDdal"'resulta. are..very;,doubtful.. .. .fay! patterns selec froin. To ,$4: 9'J, I In'all p worsteds In $11Ii\O'
,. .
\ ..
"g.9.fbr. '_ 4.:" ". and fancy weaves.
'& IOR.I3OYS. ,y.
>i HINTS "
iJ.- 'r. : : The best"350, and'4 00 .men's pants: tn. _MJamiV' ,WeA few suits in ten and' twelve dollar
lis trpei rade .
advertised for\abojr (assist Wm in office"and nearly
.
A gentleman '
.Have a big stock;; of'ehese and \ '
Only onmostly two of
or
-fi ilttt applicants presented tbemsel lei before"Wm.t of,the whole nnmber t rHost all sizes". 'YCut: cholce"a, $ 9'5' a patternn i
| w
small sizes Price rt
shoulde 'a 6
,be -Jelectel one and dismissed rest."I to'know.said $ .90,
the .
.f'j rieid"apourwbatgronnd: : tyou selected .that,boy'.withouxi; single. miJ : far--? ;:: ..:,:. .,. .-. .. .> ... to close . . .. ,; '. ., .

,,meadatlon i .' ., \; ; --' ,. ''I .<.
." ."Yon'are'mistaken.1 said the gent an"he; baaa great many. -lie i ,,
.-..;;' .wiped Ws feet when be'came In and.closed the door;showing he was careful : iT rT
4 ,.gave.np'hls'sea't''to that 'old lame manV IbowID&'that,he was thoughtful : .IM! St10ES : MEN'S :SHOESWalkOver LADIES .SHOES>> .

ful;.he took off his cap when became,In; answered my questions.promptly ,
"
't :aitd'respectfnnyshowing; 'that the; .was,polite! and gentlemanly! ;, be. picked Edwin; Clapp $6 :andi$1, hoes.? and paCk r 350 Big .cut In ladles.* ('Krippendorfshoes. 1
J.1 tp> iap's took which I had'purposely laid on the"floor.and] "replaced-It>on;the Known} as the besYsh'i on earth,,, find $4.00. .shoes. All' ",tMse In Our bargain counter ,of R

(4 table, ,:while all the,rest, stepped-orerjt t or'shoredx4taside: ,: ,,"and'_,he,waited Only> a few pair ]left;-:5.1J5, wide width .only.! .Togo 2.! 5' 2.50 nd.3.pq'.shoe' at f.$1.95.
|* queltly for bis'turn.'Instead of pushing and crowdlngvv When,I'talked with mrf e. ...:> -.i./:i' now at .-.-. . There being;only a few pair left
l(J :[him, 1,noticed:his C clothes were carefully';'bnfghed.;'biIhalrIn.; nice'order fT* -1'
> 0ur $5.00 Diamond Brandsho s. a'few 2.50 price to close out,
of
name | Only the and 3.00
his
.k!toad teeth as'rblte'a't.rnHMnd when he.'Wote.hl 1'nofeed finger
['ialls were clan'Instead of beingJipped with jet;like'thaKtandsome little In fit and 'wear,- most' shoes left. All these .wjll pr6bably these few at .. ._. .1165'jperfectton
> 'fellow lathe blue Jacket '' 'V"Dont 'fU sizes and flue dlf-. 3- 4 -. be sold this week: To { ::245 bargain counter

(,. *you can these letters o': recommendation- ?' ,I"''dp; .and',.1, would :: erentlaststo/select- : '.close at. . .. .. .1.5! shoes,reduced to:. ..:

.),'t give more. V what I can tell aboat'i boy, 'b1,using, my eyes,'ten minutes- 1 j i
I -
!"''* .
Amerycan.8neb '
1 t*-than by all the recommendations. he can rIYe.: Scientific ; J
boys i. the above:win succeed' every,time.; ), i.Is the little agutbat \ Ig hn 'B. Stetson'and 'Knox 5 and' $6 :hats fo .:$' 45? :Scrtvens Elastic Seam drawers worth : i
oonat ''that their'characterVandmanners 'II 75c for .
like men'shoald
and boys, not forget ,
y' are.observed, and:considered by those giving employment.J ;J'Pollte'aesa :tayton w ._ Railroad shoes, 'worth 3.00- for. .". ..,.. -.$2.45- Railroad. overalls_ worth 75 cents at, ..". :._0" .

'... ,. celltlemanllDell.ud.deportmen\- \, count above'an .other"qnallflcatlons" .

rrv"-la. boys, -' ., ''f ;
'
.f .. Sometimesa_a merchant mnst.;."stretch"'ltls credit.to the:utmost limit.
\f
;'ii'<,to secure-enough. advertising. to re-instate In public interest' a'store that bad e Anthong om Compng

.f.. begun to "lose" ground." There, happens"sometimes incidents. ,In.life. from
.
._ ...:which K requires .a degree of'madness'to! extricate.ourselves,.- ...ell.Jt .
_.. ,
t *
,- :is generally 1ilI .'petty, Interests ,that;we'run the hazard of not .: I
,
.trusting to'appearances.* On the dd'that,'a store'Is nol" advertised 'the \ ; -
!b'owner. rate'his Interests .("petty: ," and thus trusts to something:: besldet y
,
.
... -
'1 t -
"appearances. ; ,

"'''i.-." ,t.X "400-page(" history- of the San Francisco'earthquake" 'and.fire_, ;na ,been fjy0un > :
p.",med'by- a .Chlcalo publisher. ,Murat Halltead..f.Dot' as',active" as'1Sef. WanLaLiijje1 ;

'used ,to'beor, te woolj', have'bad such a'history on Jhe"marke't; 'lastrweek/j: ; ,
1.Be'wrote.a: history of.the Spaniehdmerlcaa'Whtbefore; ,it was fought:: .
; .I
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"'. ,:' ,San:Francisco's: loss Is thnu. stated. .in,.a. nutshell by tbeNewTork .
-i" Tribont, "Tbe area devastated_.by, fire-In San'-Francisco,"apprpslmatei'ten' 1\, ffi
1'
y
tf thousand acre or.about fflteen.square mlleL Within thiS! ;fifteen/square. I.m. "J' r
: tmlleswere, early' 100 banks. some .of.the;flnestbulldinga'ln'iworld? 'I
:.thousands of merchantDe'1II4 manufacturing eatabUabmeDta'' 'aD more than > [f' so we can do nothing for; but
1. you '
i, _2iO,000"lnhablUnts, besides 40,000 transient; .The homes.of 150.000'peo..- : ,
'"' ;ple. are still .standing and practically,, uninjured. there-s;:' tlil ,remain thetgreatship <, .I HV
!: l ; ,yards at the Presidio the Pacific ,man docks/jfce"stockyards'at : \ p
,South 'San Francisco, the docks, and Vmanufactories. ,along, the"water-front, : If you want, an absolutely. water-proof residence.'busihess bock! .or a building of any f .-
KJ' ,from Mission Creek to Hunter's. Point; the.mint,poet feces aDd a large reV m kind _
&; tan fllstrist.In Fillmore and Devlsadero streets.** 'XUher estimates put''tht. we will,be;:triad to show\rou'a water ''proof'artificial that IS the best1; on the market. i

,1fj.' "'.. :burned district at ,four square, mUeL-' ", S .- ,,I "We will i l idemonstrat-i" toVou' that water can. be poured over the' facing of our stoneand J

:( The Pensacota Journal discussing" candidates for'Railroad Commli- will,stay! ..there u'ntit' ev\ pnrated'by;:' the sun, with ilot'the')least bit of absorbment by: 4e-t.
u r sioner;,endorses R. Hudson .Burr,-of .bade county and Newton A!. Bllicfeof.Hontbrook .
,
.- stone. Its is not healthy ,to lie in therefore the health
'7\\: : as! the.two of Its"choice../The Journal says; a.damp.hou protect, ofyourself ;..
i"1'r' "Thereare,! two, 'raOroaj :commfsiloners to -be' elected this rear 'and and_ family, and build a stone house. Plaster can be put'on;' this stQne,thus, saving the expen ie I#
four.candidates are In the field! to ci'sote': from, as, follows T: Apple
J.
: : -
: of lathing. and, 'we. GUARANTEE: our stone will not crack or peal. We also deal fn
yard: ; of Lake City SiltsTSenatorE. J. Bailey of Monticello; former State ,
Senator: 'Newton A. BUtch,o:*: Montbrook; and.Commissioner R. Hudson 1 Cement. :, : DON\FORGET TO,J GIVE US A CHANCE TO nIP
..Burr, of Dade County who Is t'candidate for'recleetlon. Of.the four canj
didates.. Jlessral BUtchand'Bnrr'at,once'cammenJ themselves'_ tojhe. .more] 1I V ,
I : V V .
favorable condderatiod of thei|voter, Commissioner! ,Burr .Is now;serving I : \ I
1 bs, first tern'on the commission! and his:work has been. of a character that! I .. '
;;Jtatlfles i his re-elecjlon.. He ran four years: ago upon-a_: 'platormea11lng" !1
.
:. for. more: equitable. railroad: regalatton, aDd we ,believe he has l honestly:,j .
.jit: and C01IIc:1eDtlouI11.ndeav9re' to fulfill his pledges_made tote.l people_>nt{f IrhelStone. ostructiofl.CO
!that; lime. Mr. Butch ,Is not...only'a'Jriaa of wide, experience 'ini'tW public i }
.affairs of tbe'State."having' been a'member. the State'Leglslaturefconhii.! : ; 'j) .
noosly with the' exception-of."one',term,for.jifperiod..offp.fer: ':0 'year a:,boti .
: he Is.known. to be in favor ot.the proper control,ct the transportation' lines ,
tn the Sate opposed to 'th e.corporation Idea' -cf such'control. 'Commit: i 3 :office and Stone Yard Foot Avenue. D.. Look for the Turn irr {the Wall" -

loner,Bnrr should bere-elected: :foroa"second term and Mr. Butch: ,11r :,make : .
,,'x'U equally able.and valuable.member ,of the"commlssloor-; |t .. .. ,
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:1 AS TO THE COMMISSIONERSFrom INCREASED MILLAGE


.tt.xsea ea Eratrizz et ( Miami Record April 26. 1906) (From Miami Record Sept. 11. 1905)
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f'tATTORNEYS. AT. ..LAW.. Of the present\ board of county com Everyone who Is familiarwith' the Many a (Coat; puts on a brave face hides inside ]
'I' t.. eewis. Fete* missioners only three are candidate flnancialltituatlon of this county has -and cheap work.
Isen.tu.utn.s...eaasUaiaiasA....... 4 ,
for re-election. realized I that It WOULD BE NEtS
: : constituted ..., ..
That the board, u now .
/ INCREASE the amount
;l S III Muvi.ru. ESSARYsto ; t"
satisfaction to
has not given general
the citizens of Dade County, can hardly to be raped by TAXATION .to a'CONSIDERABLE -J J, ,1
t L E.WTHOXJ L.ATEI1fSOJl .. "
be doubted. extent THE "'
insideidetails, of construction are not of'tea'seen. bh.thef're, "
& Atkinson With one or two exceptions the For some time COUNTY WAR-
Seymour as important
has* seemed to be under the ss as are granite foundations to a brick block. They 1
board
/Attorneys! ands domination of Its attorney, and the RANTS|have been FLOATED at a gin the garment its stability and character, and the'different of :,;;

At Law. result has not been at all satlsta DISCOUNT, the EXPENSE and..VEXATION a few! cents iij the cost of these inside details shows in two or three _
Counselors (<>f which is borne J>y the weeks. The
+ .trimmmjs! and workmanship of Schloss f
att8atloe ..d9l1 t a.Ia al eosrea.a tory.While garments art !
.. ( SUM.. Metal stretch the board of rock has road completed that bb a i PAYEES" the best.that money can secure.. Th, mere lining cost tie makers .


a minimum cost to the county.If .' LARGE EXPENDITURES made by a other makes-j-cost It'. simply the difference between somethlnr \>

G. A. Worley was only able to do so by a very PREVIOUS BOARD OF COMHISlONERS & food and something cheap-between the bst and a make-shift-, ,
generous contribution in the way of which NO PROVISIONwas between perfect
freight from the East Coast railroad. /J for construction and cheap work.", linings are

Attorney at Law and deserves no particular credit for mats.At ., 10. only one amongSchloss superiorities. Clothfindingscuttieg andtai.laringare .. '

310f. Twelfth St.: Miami.. Florida having secured It.* th While this work has been going on i county had a FLOATING DEBTof '

other parts of the county notablythe about nl'TY! THOUSAND DOL I
Geo. M. Robbins Orange Glade district and the road I
LARS. |
to Cocoanut Orore., hare received I | '
z ,Tttu. m.,Fla. off this debt liability :
very Uttle attention and the residentsof i To speedily pay
Attorney and CounselorAt those Urge sections have been i for whlch: the PRESENT BOARDIs $8.00 $20' a

At Law, __ loud in their complaints o: the '' NOTgAT ALL. RESPONSIBLE to

Will poetic taaUCout.. Sate aa. 7M.., board.ment retfelrej at the hands treat'I''I' they hate placed a tax of four mills

object all out .
with the o paving .
Their criticism Is that while It would i ,

Hudson' &: :Bogs seem easy enough to provide road i standing?):warrants and PLACING the I
; for the rich automobile owners thereIs COUNT( on a CASH BASIS. The

4 Attorney: at Law no way of securing good roads to board Is;'of the opinion that this can '
the ordinary farmer and trucker, who J '
be don br January 1. 1907. .J'
., : '
: Townie Budding, .Miami Florida are, dependent upon good roads to '
their products safely to marketIt The {NECESSITY for roads Is so Schloss clothes I '
w get are not too good* for-you: ; .tthe'pri: < :e
is to be ,feared thai the, board APPARENT, that'argument on the .
p. T. 8XAM8. HVB, ,has been nIT Indiscreet in Its connection ]. subject' ceased long "ago. .. I '
:
QOoti wtt1 a.a Orw P1.et a i i the land with back the of proposition West Palm to Beach.drain Just ft tills time the board has theopportualty.'on is what you always pay. Let us' show-you the'sty 4sR ]

< .mCMMf.... I4IIa e. account of the VERY
the .prosecution. of which has been '
Its. ..C, enjoined. preparing for'that :project FAVORABLE CONTRACT.made with
1If'a 10: .' WRWLif 'r-
the board evidently did not carry the F.'JEC. Railway Company, of securing f
out-the law and u a.result Is now '
LARGE AMOUNT OF ROAD
Dr. James M. Jackson Jr ) --
;
involved In an expensive lawsuit that l "
BUILDING. at'a LOW COST.
must be paid for by some on..1..ay.the very 'r
: Offte Giorsef7l 126 sL Imd Avid taxpayer. The rolj from West Palm.Beach. toMiam1segiilres "

pp 45tte IIab.U.f. In the preliminary expenses of that twenty-three miles of .'
:
i drainage there' ..u.'a..considerable construction before. tie'two,cities can.

!bogs. .J-ti 4.Bill 7..8p. .. amount spent :something like seven be tonplcted.The -- we' :1\io\Les I
i' teen hundred 'dollars. The board appropriated
NECESSITY of the '
that amount from the DRESSING
general
: W. 8. RUSH. .
DR fund of the county In'spite, of road 1 :CONCEDED. < ;

OtttM CCT'lftB.(TMi, '?...*tt.- the statutory provision that raised for one fund shall not be used y 'I '
SUM4MM.JW.U2i(. can "be.wily completed the road paid '
for another. on ouatj Clothier and Men's FurnisherDon't ,...
uiAiii.ru ,The present board ,was largely'put' for without' debt' the :and

Into office because a "ormer boarJ a larg,,:.amount of. other, constructionfinished ><
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';: .. J. ""F. Mu ett. M.D.". ). had would certain, so look, provisions it was u though understood of;the this law.is,.one violated and reason it The.tax within for the the DEFICIT next l'year.' J and the*. ;forget the Number j 322 Twelfth ,Street. Miami.Florida,,

I SPECIAL tA is all the,1. .
; ROAD? .. .
why the people so reluctantto
1 i. Office: BOOBS S and irrissell are. PRESENT M
return .some of the present. members. crea ]: for which the
Bnildlas
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BOARD RESPONSIBLE. .
> is .
KouIlOL&SOUm. (tolp. tt. 'I
:. --. The board's attempt to make up ,Two''mill were added bathe school j ..
;: Beaideoce, loth'n,....: t Y "j -
the deficit that
: had accumulated for t
Sto deficit
and
board help pay a to
several years by an assessment that
r FEED KUTTEB. i would J raise sufficient> funds. to 'pay provide* accommodations for Due

It"all off! at once has not proven at: county's"constantly' Increasing, .popnlatlonf ..- '
,General Contractor :all'| satisfactory to the-pubne.'which] t '+ HUDDLESfON

.' GradingBlasting; l III loud, in Its.declratlpn-' ,the Tate of Florida added two i WILSON &
taxes.are entirely too high and are .
1;: Woos Drilled. SidewalkW. hurting the prospects of the county.. mini ,for,;. state use} ; .

... ,'- With these questions the voter will Wheat! the CONDITIONS ARE :
REAL ESTATE AND I INSURANCE "
have to deal and the general sentiment KNOWN the people of Dado County ;
seems now to be that:they desire
C. Maynard, WILL BE: 'ENTIRELY SATISFIED HJddleston :
practically'-new to'look
t OItADU TEOPTlCIAH' after a the affairs! of the board county for with'tie BUSINESSLIKE POLICY of THE firm of Beck. Wilson& having been dissolved,by utual con*01

'With Maynard Son J.w.lr. the next two years. U the. Board of County' Commissioners.. is therefore no more.. We will continue ,!business of real estate'insur.'' ;|

-D, ..ut..06e vsurance, etc:, in the:Hatchett building,' rooms '10,.' u, :,12'at head of stairs. We: ''a,

1 'will be glad to list any'properties you 'may.,have for.:sale. If you,wishto? buy;we < .

GEO. L. MCDONALD It Is hard to' believe that' the''artlcles Quoted above were:written by the have'some of the best properties in the city ,on our.list and believe! we"can'interest'you. ;3=
same man and only about seven months be ween.i, All the work .referred !
; _
hdo., <.! : We handle. all kinds of real estate and unimpro'city'aild:
improved %
1" ,
'iI".W1ritiq- to lathe September article was carried out;as planned so far u the laws \ ? .1!

., ';' $sre yag... a. Lads a r wiw' allowed and- ,the roid'asbuilt' for about.1'-.:$8,000 "less than the.estimate. countryNe invite you to call arid talk it over, ::, WILSON A HiIDDLESTOis'-'

GOCOAJTUT GB n. IUI.: .There'must'be some:-CAUSE,for such*"a COMPLETE) CHANGE' OF I- J t. f ;

OPINION let. NO CAUSE OR REASON'APPEARS In the article. Assertions ..;
W ALTER C. Di .AKKO made la SEPTEMBER'lM5/are IGNORED In'APRIL. IBM.:

YET,THE: FACTS REMAIN TrfE SAMS Rheumatism Makes Life M
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grohlteot.: '
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\ .. It It well known that-the Jlavor.or hams depends largely upon what WASJACCIJSED'AND Merritt & Kolb'
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: A happy horn Is the most viI
:
the hoc Is fed. and:a CHANGE.OF FEEDjjwtll CHANGE THE FLAVOR
.
U10'A C ,J4 .' possession that U{within the itaea
: F1a.
; !
::the articles;was" at Dade
la September-105 "writer of'the above feeding mankind,' bat yoq.can sot enjoy
-
Jot County's trough.: : |$ DISGRACED I comforts Ifs you ;are suffertn;
. i TheChapman House In other,words,'the editor of the Southotda: Record also the Miami } rheumatism. You throw aside few

; a F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. 'Evening Record. =was:.awarded the County'printtjl'for" ,the 'year'lioi. In I IJ .REAL ESTATE cares when yon eater your home
Iron be
s-. C SutM.ntsai tut......r.4a'tile.-co SfKUI ifott.>by fa>o(......Lecau4 ... .r1906 the printing.was' awarded to another:paper, which, in; the opinion of / .. .BARGAINS matte can pains also relieved by applying from those Chai

,:- 11 ....U of Palm back a UiEaM the 'Commissioners. .was*:better_'pe Paredn.o-| the required work and AFTER .FORTY-THREE YEARS MIAMI FLORIDA Iain's Pain Palm. One appUcath ,
w-t Oo*.t Oaul.>-tile pt->pla BUT
I ..... .4 wtawr rmntos of BoitWra nerlaati .1 1tt" reached. a larger pumber of people.,, j. t glte you relief aid i Its coatlned \
C Good,bootleg, u g aW o-a batbi.g.D.lray Florida, The FORMER CHAMPION of the PRESENT Board of Commissioners' LIEUT.. .IGNAZIO" PASGUINI. ,.ITALIAN 't for a short time] wm 'bring abet
permanent care f Poi sal.: by
:now:;FEEDS at ANOTHER THROUGH ,and the flavor.of the'product,has ARMY IS TO RECEIVE COMPLETE A fine 1 acre. bay front In Ceoeamat carne Drag- Co.'and aQ dt-s."

changed.::, Some''t ti'e t tare made. In the article of April 26th, that the HABITATION( Grove g od .house, well set la bearing
A.W. Graham i '
;, trees riparian rights..A bargain.
\ RECORDS SHOW to be FALSE. li j : .

Contractor and Builder NOT. ONE DOLLAR has, ,been paid out of lhe'funds'of the county for ) Lots:Os 14th street between. Avenues .

I ', Satisfaction ,the preliminary}work"on. vthe PALM .BEACH DRAINAGU SCHEME. An. deputies C and 0.'
Rome, May '2- Ai| group'of Let tth street, between AvenuesC
: f. '4 Gaaranteed.rtmr ",issue of five,thousand dollars,In scrip'wai;intiortzej by the Board to'pay have Introduced a motion In the Chamber i eta .

t .,. ..agora s your tuft. sod UTtImimiihcd. yos e1oe Ibis expense :rand the' warrant'-'Isned. "j/The 'wnri3 work was stopped with the object of bringing about and BJ $16XX I years terms.I .

,.u call sod M*T M. r. .bosdib MiaalJ 1L temporarily bran.order. of the United HUtes" Court In tbe mean time ,fa.revision of the Pasqulnl trial, which I Heuaejand J lot en 10th street' bejtween a

'the' TAXPAYER. ts,NOT OUT. ANYTHINCt. : Toe. men who did the work .caused such a great sensation In 1883. Avenue B and bay, 12780.. .Let
,- Lieut. Iganzlo Pasqulnl. of the Turin us showjyou! this
tsve not,been paid and they arei holding tile t>ag. ,
Tijpcwritc embezzlement -
Expert ., 'garrison was .charged with j 10 acre nay Trent, 13000, cheapeetsouth
The lawwas followed;In.this'matter inder the best legal advice and i of $1,400 belonging to the regimental -
of| Lemon City.
Repairing even If the., law Is, uncOnBt taUonal. THIS BOARD DOES NOT MAKE funds. The accused strongly,
I I 25 aces hammock and truck land
LAWS. If Commissioners have violated the laws, why' does not the protested his Innocence, but being pronounced 50 j trees,. finest In .south
grapefruit }
,*. c PRESTON, who also CLAIMS\: be LAWYER make his guilty was publicly degraded
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writer of the editorial ( .p a old. 200
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charges LIKE A and us justice making: for valor and sentenced to set good house J grounds
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these PINT INSINUATIONS backed, up'J.r expressions.as UNSTABLE as ,. en years Of penal servitude. boa county ock road. 95500. You should'
Emil A. Ehmann his, OPINIONS such" 'as *seems to befchafdly to be .doubted," '"to befeared" years afterwards, a captain _of the see the vlewe at our oMen I II
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regiment, who had been one of acres on City I IL
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'" Architect The,new feed, is ,satisfying and_ FATTENING, but It is WEAKE.VING.I]Lieut.. Pawjninl':: most fiery\ accusers owtng Good view of the bay. for e ehert L
obliged to leave the country It
r. This Board! of Commissioners Is NOT INVOLVED In an "expensive 4 I was time onr. HOOD I t
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he had commit ;
Florida -"' to various forgeries .
West JPalm:Beaoh lave, suit" about the' drainage'Scheme, and If It should be, the 'taxpayersof ted. r u- ---

Dade County .-nt-not have the blllsto |pay. The PRESENT BOARD Lieut Paiaulnl served his senterr G. M. DYKES t

Merritt & KolbReal OF COMMISSIONERS Is willing to stand::before the. taxpayers and voters and on his release was able to earn a j
humble living. He never relaxed his .I 334 Tenth Street fix
on the RECORD MADE. |R|| revision o* his .
efforts to procure a r
I Estate, Rentals". etc. FOUR MILLS assessed for that purpose PAID THE LARGE INDEBTEDNESS l.case but without result. Now how.. All hinds Blacksmithing. and RepairWork. +_\

Cstau MAMged. ; fouTNnllls: for reads. built th ;roads and !is paring .fot.: repairs 'ever, the news has arrived from Wagons Built to Order j I I <,*t."

't AYe,C, neat L&th St., Miami.-FU.DR. of old roads. m. I Spanish town that the fugitive captain I The rush lao.er.an4 vfcOe]
Only to that extent are we responsfjrie\ the raise In taxes. The had died there after having made a HORSESHOEING. A Specialty. la
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: E. M. LAW : editorial o .September 11.,.1905; above];.ells )'ou' where the other came death.bed confession that it was' he I .,

t! from The debts. being paid and theisd built this mlllage will be ref I who committed the theft for whlrhLleut. I our fine line 0// Woolens.
w ii Pasquini suffered the penaltrThe I I NOTICE : '
i DENTIST f I dnced. 'case will bed and the i i AU tie dry*goods, clothing and get the place.:
i I have no fear that any Intelligent'V!i'rI)or taxpayer will Influenced !! lieutenant war look forward to his [jewel .stores will on May 1. begin JOHN 8HeaJqtiarters WELL A.II

Office over Swell's Shoe Store j I'by the statements of-a M.V C who' CO ,:t'RADICTS HIMSELF and shows- complete rehabilitation as soon as closing at 6 o'clock p. m., dally ez I 1} '' '

Artistic. Work Thoroughly | that the EDITORIAL COLUMNS of hi*- paper are like his advertising I I Lain legal formalities have ben eet-I It cept satnrdars: until the first of No tor smart .{
Twelfth street.' B
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i SALE. T. A. WINFIEED. plied
W.tK ;Th: Most Modern Appliance i., space-FOR' I

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cents per mile in this,State. The bill was properly referred tothe Committee on Railroads, and h-elegraphs, where, after .I '- ;, ;3': .. ., f
,hearing(evidencr? nd careful consideration, the committee reported the bill back'to,the house, "That do.n >t pass When' the bill .... v

came up on its second reading the Chairman of:"the Committee moved to indefinitely postFonethe bill, as was th"e custom for the Chair- x <; e ; _
g man of any committee to do when the committ 's report was against the passage of the bill. He stated, among other things that the t.

.: railroad Commission? was at that! very time considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. J That the railroad Com- ;,

mission-didiot, wjsh'the legislature to interfere and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe ofte thpusand mile book which : ._

:;: was then sold at 125.00 could be_sold for, '130.ot, and further, stated that, the COmmlttee.9c1d reason to believe that if the 'rate was :. :'; : :,
c -, ,. fixed at three cents per mile by statute law an effort would be made to repeal the law. creating the railroad commission, on the grounds, "

.; 'thai as the law had fixed the rate the commissioqf would have nothing to d>>. With this report from the HOUS 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 th"e test of the courts fas the U.S.Supreme Court had long since decided that all quisi orporations was entitled .t :

to a reasonable interest on their investment, Tand. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses 'eie I I preferred to* leave it ; :;;, "
I with the people who did know and who had bee!elected for that purpose, so voted against the bill. When the bi i 1 came up in the Senate {: ,

: a big majority of the Senators evidently thoughts I did, as the bill,was indefinitely postponed by a vote of 18 to ID. Senator Carson ,ofSenator.Baker ': ..

Osceola County who, I am sure had as much to :do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other man, aid whose father-in-law, ,v./: ,.. .
:, Hon. .J., M. Bryan was.a commissioner at that time"" voted against the bill, and I am sure he did so because he t ought it should be left < .

:: to the commission and that !he had reason to believe the commission was then considering the question In Se ate Journal, page 999. ,, ,.' 1
of the soth district (and a' more honorable man never lived) gives this explanat on of this vote: b.

M: "Mr. President: M>*position on such questions 'as this is a' matter ol record and well. known to all. I have; helped to enact into

? 'Iaa measure that delegates full power to a Commission elected by the people' whose duty it is to Fuss upon! all sbch.que tions. 'I leave .'", r.
,the responsibility! with the commission? and shall ote to indefinitely postpone the bill. j ,

','As further vldf'ncethat'my' position waif the .correct. one*. we find the rate was: afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage. s':
k ";,' books kept at two'and one half cents. |_ J : ,. .r' .f' I

!+ : _' ; ;.,,:.r 'Tregret very much to be forced 21 into. a newspaper: Controversy but as some few political agitators and curbstone politicians seem to :., :>' ,

.:' ;'..,..,. nothing to do but.walk the streets and endeavor. ? array: one class of citizens against another, and are endeavoring to injure me i in ...". ', ;", .... ".
S ':'iny race: for Representative. I havewriten. the move, but I. promise not to pay any further attention to them. .. .'\ :. '

', If any man"wants to-know my position either in the past or, at present, upon any public'matter, I will!.l gh dly tell him, but. Task ," ,

them:, not to take the statement pf my political,eBemies. :_;,:. :'' :
,.. I shall leave the matter with| the people. They know me", and they. know my opponent so vote for,your choichave and I will be satisfied ." : "r' ,
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',. Thirty years ago, at the ace of $ev- DimIck i* county treasurer to 10 i
WORLEYa I ., !n years.. Eugene H. DimIck. came to fI1L[the nneiplrea term of,J. ,.. La- .
GEO A. Dade "county and with his parents M wad moM resigned. That SUM fall fc* I, 1
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m and relatives, settled at Palm Beach. wat reelected In 1900. ,.
a S Candidate forJ Representative 'I In 1881 his i family removed to North Mr. Dlmlck was not again a candi I
II Carolina where he attended the com date for office until he was induced: y
neon schools near their home, and by p committee comopsed ,of the rep
where his father died, compel1lllr1l.lm resentatives of the labor unbar and
to give up further schooling In order ethers, to become a candidate for 1
y I to to to'work to aid his mother In the 'county commissioner from the Second ,
=* .. support of himself and two yoinger Commissioners' District, at the Jut ..'.
; '>VORL Y has never held public office., He has never: aspired to sisters Democratic Primary in Dade county .;m
JR.political position of honor, though prominent In Democratic politics .) His first work was driving teams on (andj was elected by a Catering ma- r.
the mountain 'roads between High" Jorl;1.
? not a place from Stuart to Homestead, where his vcice has: net been heard '. 9- South Carolina. A year later his {Ick has served as county commissionicother :/
r died, and with, his sisters h* how :
er well
he has
served tad :
and Democratic principals.-- Mr,Worle Is a \ wits -
of 3
,i:2 In advocacy Democracy .
; : returned to Dade county where he has what interest and fidelity to- the'trust::::. .
',>t- lawyer of ability,with'few equals ard no peers. As an crater he stand pre- since resided. :'Imposed Is well known In his,district: 'j
eminently: In the first rank of.those of,our fair State, and as a.man of persistent I When the town of West'Palm Beach 'and throughout the county, and needs 1
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first H.
Incorporated
was no
ugene here.
encomiums
,f. he has no superior, He is afabIe'and; agreeable: Sifflce ft to j
tenacities -
and dogged Dlmlck was elected on the first city I say hat if elected Clerk of the Circuit
at a times;' possesses 'a personality that attracts and1ris, :friends and I council where lIe served with credit Court'; the citizens of Dade wia nave '
:'which alone would make him a power in Legislative ls! ; A betterjnan to himself and to the community. jln hm) an official who will not only ..i, ''Ii
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he was a delegate to competent ana courteousbut ;;
: Ethan: Mr. Worley could net be 'found.-MlamlMetrcpoIls. "' I 1 the convention at West Palm Brach ,form the duties of the position wttJa.per- .
I .!Rich declared against the convention |the fidelity and careful attention that
:1': r I system '..t nominations, and In favor has been a characteristic of his terror "1
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:f Quality and ; For The House It sp.q'i z"r '"rPrlce ).

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Offlc.-Phon.38: H. M.-JING- ,1-' 'Phon.88 'Twelve Twelve Municipal offenders Offenders mostly white, and ""POPle :1:

z IMost Any "d and d.."were brought before Judge ; ,
Undertaker and Embalmer Of Sanders in the Municipal Court this 1j ,: Jr' J- r
'morning, and received all that, was 1i "r%. '.. a
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"coming to them"BROSSIER \ ;
Ii A Y 13OO AVENUE D | 0 \ .
everyhedyV name fer y'i. '
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RESOENCa2IO 7th STREET_ eon drink.. All| others. p-eke ..," .-...r.,
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means HEAL "', .. '' ,
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', Is apt to be one on which .::: Celebrat Anniversary -! ;J .' "J..!.::' f """
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c you will have.to purchase ( jjerxonal! Metvp Mptcz ) the;.The organization elgthy-teventh of Odd anniversary Fellows will of "Cascade"GlnghrAle '. --''f'".'.,...11,.ft"- ".fI #:
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,be held in Tllendorff Hall Thursday 1.'t: ,
T" ; r May 3. All Odd Fellows and t ;
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their wives are cordially invited to attend \ -'i\i; '
A About ,- by L. A. Osborn chairman o!j -fIf -
from'the F. E. C. committee of arrangements.
Works: went off i 4 4'Ye t

WEDDINGGIFT for the north. \t i B'ROSSIER means Safe inveetmenta Better Off

LL Picture frames !! i as* tne exeiualve bottlers
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of "Cascade": In this
territory
t Racket, Store. j 1 Suit Filed There are a lot;;of gingers.. alee
without smoke than to hate.one that
I A suit in garnishment and assump- but none to Compare with
.frs. Comstock i ( is unsatilfact TJ'. Not., necessary to
sit damages $1,250. Z. J. Fort vs. T. "Caacad.-B wre yes get
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4 .. winter In Miami, } 1'J. Peters, Fort Dallas National Bank "Cascade" and ne eMbetitvte pay high prices for'c teat orderto
I get them jood.; Our cigars ,
New York. She 4
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garnishee, bas been filed in the clerk's
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i will size up anywhere as being.worth
In the early
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office of the circuit court. double. The '
Norma Martjnex nlckle
., Mall order given special athfttloftAcmeBotJingWQrks
K-ti, I cigar should never have been tagged
'" Summer rates
with such a small price.; The quality .r "
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? LWe'll ,be ready for you.. when Boarding House II of the tobacco and its excellent flavor
I ETTJ 1 stamp it as a ten cent ell.$...- All our w
. lithe day comes with the rightiGoodsat R. L. Wall of i I ; I II Cigars ate in PERFECT CONDITIONHAYES 7

,. the. RIGHT-PRICES didates for I 'I IIortgage MIAMI FLORIDA .
in town today f ) S. C. Payne and wife to I _, '

7 terests In the field 1 1 1I' Dade County Security'Co., for $1.200 I Sixth Street, West.of Ute fee Factory I ,
: lots 11 and 12,block-25,north Miami
For Sale :- ..
I Mortgage; W. D. Avery and wife to : '
I'fenced.Umber land Apply in Dade County Security Co., for $1,100 I Mrs. 'I E.: G. Mf Alllster I f .Beck
MAYNARD & SON ; lot 3,. block. 9,'south, Miami !

;Mr. W. H. ; Warranty deed, George W.Allen and The Cigar Man
auditor th!-F. wife to Biscayne Fruit Company for Real Estate M 4
::-:' JEWELERS and' OPTICIANS terests, returned $390 ten acres In section. 1, tp. 53 south
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f Next to Poetoffice.MlemL. Fords night after range 41 eastSatisfaction l
1-0 on business of mortgage. Eunice A*. Rentals Insurance
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Chllllngworth and husband to E. M.. The Ga-utter House wll be open for a ts
Come >asthe I Tucker. the summer at summer Airy
! R. L. Mercer: School not "! Warranty deeJ, L.W. Griffin et ux Office ,afdteh Bldg. room* and,.fine cuisine.'fateL' t ?
7to9. to George G. Currle for $250, one and
In section 31, tp. 47, 1 For Rent Small furnished bones '
one quarter acres .
:k 2Q7AvcMcDWe Suite No. 2. 3201-2, 12th St.
! Mr. and Mrs. south range 43 east, on Boulevard. Address. Box 133.
sri staple aid I Foci B to their home at Warranty deed George G.. Currie to
if' after, spending a S. L. Langford for $58. five acres IB t
GROCERIES town'shopping at I section 8? tp 47,-south range 43 east To Parents: .SchocMiami >.1 l will Soon'1e 'Out. !. $
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stores. I : Warranty deedFt ,Dallas. Land Co, t ." ,

I/ to U. E. Terwllllser for $225, lot .TI tit .
r' Fresh aj Waged Meats aid nrtythbu For Rent-";=' : i 17'and west half.lotlS. block 24, Miami 't, ,
-.. fet Is ft for die UUe. Your credit tner Avenue B :I : ; Warranty deed. Julius Smith to U.E. Conner

good fer eae week only.? AI parties who 133 7th, ; Terwilllger for $1.250 lots 7. 'and. 8.block' ;'oL sic
; t :29: ,. north .Miami. I 2
do lOt remit promptlyshal, be tit off"; "Mr. E. O. \ ; '"
Kftbont further aoticf. ..., didates for Master's deed, H. F. Atkinson to Will. hold I[a special Summer tone i May 1st' to. August, IsU In Violin, r
of County Edward H. Gato for $350, certain lands Piano, Kindergarten and Prtma-/ Music. Call or write for partlcuy ,
In section 23, tp. 53, south 41 v
range
Palm Beach this : : tare and.,erms. A fine opportunl!: for the young fOlk Practice
ter his interests east f> Pianos supplied free. REGISTER: EARLY ft

ED. MOFFATS'r t .i! I FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH. Din.rt 225[Twelfth Street
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Dairy Lunch aright young 'and all who hive signed the petltlou .
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John Muller.Jeft : ,
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FUt where they over 18 and under 50 years, of good <' Jr > .: -.,..: ,
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Everything r new For Rent -, at UHendorfl's Hall, Wednesday eve- ) ', ',: '. "'.f : ;\', : .f; ::' .; : > :, ;.
ning at\7 o'clock May 2, when the reorganization { ; ,
.. the building,. making the six, rooms and I ; will begin. Reinstatement : ,- :i : ;" ,{' ,':' f4r\f:: : f :j'-k." <" ;,- .- ,
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of Tribe Initiation.fee lower tbau ; :
t cleanest and neatest dIning children-left Mrs. J. M.. 5"I: ever before In the State of Florida. : :: 1 ,.: : : t

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ta, Ga., where '. .',
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read human nature in the lines of the "
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AN IDEAL ,
j:" To Let- :: band. They tell to their own satisfaction .I 1 .",
rOR LADIES cottages; four what kind of a person carries ,.
h ed for bousek I the hand. There-are others who Call "
t tell a man by the wajrie holds his u
business center .
Not Connected.with a saloon Mrs. J. Austin head. There are others who can tell 'J't

f'. ," ; by the penmanship what kind of -a
person be Is, and In each case, there li ,
,; Buttermilk every day at; Miss A. Pan : ; { much truth. \
5c a glass. Light refreshments ,efficient : f
: Did you ever stop to think that Jon ft
Hall Hotel the
served dur"ing can tell a' firm by Its advertising! t
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t- all hours. ; morning Study the ads In this paper and yon fI
spend the will be surprised bow true to life they:,
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are. This Is a better test o' our theory
eait of Arcane D on 13th -
: 3rd door duties at the than any thing else. You know \ I'
t street Front Building, MainvFla. 'ly:part of the : the merchants and you can. Judge bow \ i (

>'J ,.. far wrong we are. 4
BROSSIER. There are the firms who have been In ,
business a, long time 'and have a fairbusiness
k Special Subscription. at a good profit They are tF...
'T t satisfied to let things take their course
,. | Their ad tells that they can be foundat
: the same old place and their gooo \ co.
rate for Aprllr( ire the fame as nasal BO there Is no \ r
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use to change the reading, hence their
ad stands the same all the year, and
year after year.
EVERYBODY'SMAGAZINE There are other firms who make
sensational runs of prices below the .
cost price and when yon real It yon \
look at once for the hook for yon know
It Is a bait because no man can dell
andDelineator goods below cost unless he makes It G/D. BROSSIER
L up some other way.
There II the. firm with the catch 1
sentence "We want your money.
Keepthis' That was a fool thing to advertise and ,Miami's wellknoWn, real eS'a'e man, who
the It was showed
you way run the firm
As of was' new in the advertising field. It was last'night m"de Secretary of the
Jany
was run until everybody was tired
and the papers did not want to printIt Miami! Board,of Trade. I IY .
any longer. Then that firm made 1
a change of front and advertised that
We>1D have a' they would fill any order made to the
Both for $2.25 peek that ; catalongne house for 6 cents less than I
.could be delivered from Chicago. {
; Everybody said it could not be done
but the firm made good their promise
: and that is always the test of value of : i'
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SMITHSBOORSTORl .WE SELL: advertising. Their ads have been of 5 : 4 4 : I
AND ; the kind that it takes very little effort
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WfI .tI. reader and buyer to see that .
they are up to Jate and leading in .
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: THO8. W. M ft4ER' J I II I m For'Tax Collector .f
,& the Voters of Dade County: '
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MIAMI, n.oRID.'f'f PoliticalAnnouncements l !j&i hereby announce myself u \ cane ; t l l:6reat
.' dilrtate. for renomlnoa to the office
? Mechanical and Hydraulic Legins.rer j ., .I. of County Tax Col etor. subject to t
Windmills, steel towers, tanks, gar 1 i I the action of the I aocratlc Primaryto

... ana* pvmptng engines. falvanlaed I' be hell May !&. It11C. : Clearance Sa let
art black pipe at wholasals. Specialaaaeklaery 'I I N. Gnu.r.I .
destined sod bulrt. AgsatAeetylsas I I _.
gar EMt8 Gu Oeamters ,,'.x FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I "
4 A..ce.eDtA seder this budinc t% District\ No. Ito 1
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will tw U rt4 until afterth. Democratic the Voters of Dade County:
rnmarie..1.tile Duly Hetropo-
La far$10.00: Weekly Metropolis. moral. tit hereby announce myself U a canllJate '
. Miami Skating 01'i. both the Daily. wt Mklj M.-, for renomination the'ollee AT' -. -----. '
trooolU for $10.00.Positively
Of County Commissioner'la District ."
} _ao...oe.ce...'will'b N o. i. subject to the actioa of tie ,' f. '
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Mmocratic primary election to hihill

y P Rini t& May' 15th. I8IX.T. A. Winaeld... ?


Fer.Representative \\m FOR COMMISSIONER f U"DrNIf: s
S te 10 a. m. far beglnereOpen
Open .2 ts S p. m. I hereby lJmo Ace ,my ,caadldacy District Ne. S t& :
Open ? te. tl Po m. for the posltlqn'; of' RepressatatlTsfrom Tli 'the Democratic Voters of Dade ,
Dads Coasty.To you I gabloft o I County: ,
Tuesday afternoon reserved far ladles tae question of my ausllnrstlnns I1 take titav'metiod of announcing '
,Saturday forenoea ,reserved.children. to represent you la that capacity. U my candidacy for the office of county .\ I'I't'
INSTRUCTORS aomlaated at the Democratic primary commissioner from District No. t, sub>> .
r : COMPETENT and elected at the fsaeral electloa I ect,to the actioa of the Democraoo : "
Admission 10 chits Skating ZS eentsStt shall Jevote my,best efforts,to you primary* Oa account of being mpg'et
St West ef ice Factory. Upstairs Mrvlce sad the welfare aad .upland- la vegetable growing it will be IJDopcMl1b1e. continues with renewed interest 'and vigor.

lag of Dads county shall reeelTS my, .for'me to mate a,personal

ta The Clod Old Summer Time sarnest'consideration. ; caaraas of the county 1117: crop demanding We add a number of important items to those already mentioned
i .You Will, Find at, MP9CtstulIfl my attention Just, at this
J. .W.-w: ___ time.. This being the case I earnestly :
arcs all my friends to 'do what they.
Johnson & Tompkins Far Representative can la my beialf. ,R. L,WalL.
To the People of Dade County: c .
At the request of friends aad with. IFOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests, taped neck Yard aide unbleached Donestlc F
a desire to sane you la the State Lsglalature 5th',District $ I
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c 5 "and lOc I aaaouaee myself a candidate 1_Mr. Kirk Maaroe/ Cocoaaut Grove, and sleeve worth anywhere -.t -JV 20 yards: to each custdrrie- for' ..._.., i

for this office subject to the DemocratIc tiring been unanimously nominated ten cents, now 4'for__------- .
primary to be hall la Hay.*',' fo@;county commissioner by, a mass 12 yards Lonsdale .For t-Me. I
t Variety, ,StoreAny I respectfully solicit the support Cl meeting of citizens ,we hereby aa 2o dozen ladies' gauze vests Not Bleaching for. -:.:. $
the people'of-Dads county had U nounce his candidacy subject to tae .25< cneful article fer worth 15c, now 3 for---- I .
light heueskeeptog. elected. I will faithfully aad Impartially action o; the Democratic primary. Mr.Muaroe t '
.. in tin, granite and wooden war*. dlscharfe the duties of the office, has been resident of Dade Shirts.
,4 A nlce nne of door and perch mafeLamps and will do all la my powe for you 'county for more 'then twenty years 12 dozen ladles' gauze vests, 25G Great Line of Sacrificed
& rags. Conch'" hats, eta. A fine best Interest and welfare.. I trut ta during which time be has shown aanaBagglag 'worth 2oc now 2 for_ ,
2L nssortmsnt of toilet articles HtI.... hare the pleasure of meeting the rot. seal la the cause of good I' We hove a'broken line*f Cluet and
far ladles and gentlemcitt.' Outflttereha ers at an early date and discuss an roads, and has steadfastly promoted Ten dozen assorted Turnover,collars In Monarch shirts ,ia attained and detached

small wares, for light housekeeping public questions and define tolly my every worthy Interest of our, great black white -blue' and pink worth cuffa.'Alao coat shirts which
f .....'1017 Avenue D, '*, ''Miami., Fla. position la reference hereto .- county. Therefore;we,ask for- him ,. ,. I'25ctocks. we we offer. to.close in. T WO LOTS
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I recognize the fact that a'publicoffice. tie hearty support of all good dUane 25 to 35c, now two for..r,..--.

U a public, trust, and should ate the coming primary. : Lot 1.:Cluet attached and-'
you honor me with your.Tote I win ii.[ (Signed W. J.,)boas l lot of silk and wash : detachedcuffsworth

v S "Wire for Me hlfhly appreciate your confidence and B.s.; Potter thirty-five to' seventy- and coat .shirts, priced,1 1 t 12 1
will,be loyal to. your latsrest .Gea, Richardson 25cOneassorted and 2.00 o'P.,
.., .., ;Respectfully.t :W '. Committee five cents, your choice for--- t" .. .

O.JU..Worley. : Lot 2. Monarch
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tt : Twenty -ftv dozen ladl s fine llnnene attached and detached
OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER, !
and I'll.. Wlre'For Yo _.. J, Fer County Clerk Second District I .hemstitched handkerchiefs, put. up 3 In cuffs worth 125 now. 95

.'take' this'method of announcing TO'Jtht'Votera' of Da4.'.County: i box and worth 10 ,to 15c at-,.. ..__. .... ..:.._ u
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Phone 176 .ayself.as a'candidate for the office hereby; announce myself as a caaJldite fa I5c I .
of Clerk ,of, Court,for Dade:County for nomination-to tie office of: -This sale per box-: --- .
I abject to the action of tie Democratic comity eommlsaloaer ta District No. 1.1 opOCIal ,
C H., BROWN;, rtmary. LW.Hahn... subject to the action of the Democratc -. 100 lawn and silk baby caps at hal price \ oROGH- .vwiwfiiviii
Primary Election tobe held May. Keith's "#'
t-- Konqueror 3.50 and .4.00.
ELECTRICAL;CONTRACTOR '-Far pint of'the circuit Cjturi 15th.11W' '.,,/' Ceo.-. a. Baker.;, Lawn 'and percale wrappers 95* .,.
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'' '1113 AtKwe C I To the Democrat Voters: 'of' Dada : t'i- j worth, 1150 now--- __.. We are exclusive agents for t ,!famous hoe" ,

% ., 0 County:. ,.-? FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Ne. kimonas and ';'Fororstyand: fit aad service thii line has no .n '
.- 11 r hereby present-my name. to:lie $ ; .r District 4' I. Lam sacques 45c(j few -equal. JUST, RECEIVED ,I'
otera la the coming Democratlo primary Tie Meads of A. Lee Allea desireio now line in
.75c a all
worth .new ,the. late ,and popular styles
'a* candidate for c1wt.of the place his name before tie retire' ,
circuit court for Dade county..";; of Dade County for the office of Coua t. "
BISCAYNE: Having resided aere: for twenty-firs ty Commlasloaer.; subject to the action J '
rears I Inrlte Inquiry and larsetlsa* of'tie Democratle,primary .electloa;I W. M. :Burdtn '316-318 Twelfth
U' add May 16,1906.'I St
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:( Ion of those who do not know me personally ,
DRUGCOMPANY aa'to my reputation as a dt- "it' ,' 1 I r -
lien my n-.oro! aa aa ofIdalla yean FOR COUNTY'COIIMIUIONIR'
put sad my fitness ani competency -, .'''' ,District No. 4 I .
t for the office to which aspire. .... ;Toe friends of J.'J: Holly announce -- '"
; elected I promise fair and court hlma;: .,a candidate for County- Cosmlssloneritn >
'oar treatment to every citizen at the District. No. 4. subject M J/s! 0ysand'terCsP House
Si??rii lands of every. person connected'wita to the! action of the Democratic "Pri-" MoneyJOtoan
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the mce.-, V' -* ,
Soliciting the support ot.ery voter 1-J :;1" 'Sea Food Our Specialty

who considers me competent and cap FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER_ I
this I. am respectfully. : & Second Dlstrlet '- Oysters by plate quart or jraJo
"* Dlmlck. of'WlUiam On Short: Long lime ;
m : Medicine :' 'Eugene H. Friends Helm aaaouaee ', ., or
; w..(Palm Beach. iris: his candidacy for county commissioner Meals served at all hours 41012th Street.. Miami. Florid

froni i tie Second district.subject to tie
Easy
; PaymentsDade'Go.
In medicine, be careful' For Clerk-- of the'ClrcW*.Court actionof the Democratic 'primaries.- ) investing
Lxi ': "" .Belle ring.that:my services for the :JlK Helm la a ,successful business>> Investigate Before
In wtfat! buy and maD enthusiastic fot good4;roads, a i
.you past aye years aa Chief Deputy la tie
where face of tie Clerk of the Circuit Court frat It It Is '
you buy
fill tie office. .
qualifies.me for tU'poaItiollo'I ,hers equipped" to .
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'not'only important that with respectfully,announce my candidacy Wind Power 1 :1
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER :
i' for Clerk;: of the Circuit'Court. r
you ,get ;the best vatties abject to the approval o.. tie.Demo Ijf. <- First, District,, Has) been adopted by the best People -'Of. the country aa the
but also that cratic :.wtmU1.. I f respectfully announce myself asa cheapest power for raising water., Note the people who have ";i
you .' ,L.a': T1tt&Fa cdnUdato.for tie office of couatycommissioner them, they could have steam gas and hot air tdo if they want..
get goods that give( you for the First District, LOCK :AND GUNSMITH ,ed it. I handle the,best mill made and make a specialty ot this 4:
p p Ceunty Clerk' subject to the action of the DemocratIc business\ and with my pump'mechaAt.ldthatlhatejultbeeJa 1
., Expert Repairing,
satisfactory: results;;we, primary bt May 15.: granted a patent on.- Twill guarantee to double the capacity-
have a reputation, for .To I the take Democrats this method'of of Dade:u-.aetq County: ; ,' '>;;.ri na. Harry DaBols.' Avenue C between: 12th and 13th St. .value sTnd fife of any wind mitt outfit Any infringements will "
Jupiter: I Ij
,candidacy for the office of County, ret .bepronated,
my "
furnishing Satisfactory''arid \ Jldats 'for the offlcs: of t out t. in | 1
Clerk 'subject -ta .the actioa of:a tie ; -j, .
:COUNTY COMMISSIONER I ? s
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Reliable Goods / Democratic primary and wm appreciate the Tenth Jostles DUtrtot of'.Dads .

can Eire.. any.. :.me.support. that Respectfully'my, Meads To Coot t tie Democratic*: .Second' District,Voters- of .Dade I couaty mary and subject* ask'the to, 'the support DsmocraUe of an prt-my.. C. H.; PERRY. ,'Cocoanut ::9ftr c, .Florida.

{ ",T. lIerdtL' frieads., RespeetfaQTJota ,/
.' I hereby WoWl myself U a caa-. '
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F. DsBsrrr.
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FINE For County :Clerk i from tie. Second District See !
CANDIES I FOR CONSTABLE .
sppreriatioa'of.tie Ugh win .r.Bprrlhain:
With,fun of Diade. county?;;subject to the TsnUi District

;r .AND CIGARS.Tel.3.CorM2SUAve.D. honors asked for and promising'taltiul of tit Democratic voters U expressedat I hereby announce myself aa a candidate -
I performance of duties If elected. 1 tie coming primaries' for the omc constable of
tare the honor to aaaouaee myself a f4 ,' .* ', Paul C.,JOII. the Tenth Jostles District a t candidate for the office of Clerk of the ,West Palm Beac ITa.FOR :, County, subject to the will of the Democratic MIamSnrgeon; Specialist
Circuit Court,of Dade County and ask w! : voters, at the coming primary ,
: : for'your tote'la,the primary of May COUNTY COMMISSIONER election W. H. Morris ,If 101l-are a sufferer, horn any Chronic Disease,: Ultfen' Tumors, Cancers ..
ISti. ;.J. ,- I it any Blood;Disease Catarrhal Diseases of[Head, Throat
', I hereby announce myself ass CONSTABLE :
FOR \
r '. 'For CountTreasurer, didate for'tie office of county CU-I Tenth District, f L, ungs,.Stomach or Bowels, DrspepaiaIndireat, Rectal

i; We are Now:Ready'to' 'burnish To tie'.Voters of Dade'County: sion from the First.District of I hereby announce myself ar a candidate Diseases Female Diseases
.. ., Having been.lJeutlAe4 with Dad' county, subject to the decision of the for the office of,, Constable la
''''j'1 I!.: county since ,18JJ;' having done tie comlsj Democratic primaries:- Tenth District of Dade county 'subject All I Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopathic: Medicines

\:. Tribune,. Sncll'and rery',bra,I knew how as aa Indlrld-' Sttlirt -.s"Chu." .I W. McPhersoa.' to!: the Democratic primary and:I '.
r naT Citizen to''make it a'prosperous I'lL' ask the support. of.an my Mends and a 1; rge stock of Specially fptepared remedies for.,Special yvorkGtiase
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I county; having 'UvedatboVi: endi I 1 : .. Respectfully,
fe other. of the 'oaaty, ;and urine filled a FORCOUNTY COMMISSIONER > W J. Wilson.FOR. Ladies MaidAliajs; in 'AttendanceUpstair
public 'omce so that"the people 'm.j : jElf ;' Fifth' District ;

J makes of Bicycles know whether I, do so conadeaUoua- 4l? hereby 'announce my candidacy foi .' MEMBER COUNTY in Metropolis Baildinjr. Front 9 a. m. to 4 j m. Sun. excepted '
ly, Ifcow.olfer'II1'lelf'u a candidate i denomination to,the' once of County BOARD OF EDUCATION = ':'1 -
-, for' the 'office of'County1 Treasurer !Commissioner,' subject to. the ,actionof .
? subject 'to the Democratic' primary the Democratic primary and soUclt'tie -'I.I To the People of Dade County:
I need every rote that I can get and, ; support of my Democratic, Vrgent request for use x>f my camiat
--. trust that.m1 friends whether In'the frieodj ''* 4- I II | the coming Democratic Primary Chase & HarneyJire

-.1>; City"or_country i,*111'jnot.: forget 'me 1 |& 'E., G. .Tweedell. i,'las( candidate board for of membership public Instruction In the & Go.
..w, on the day of the-primary,'In return ....- county
:, "; ,_ for, which I' pwmlM.t IL elected, to, ,_ FOR TAX,ASSESSOR lands i me not wen'equipped either But It as Is
0 I .: or as office-seeker.
., perform much the duties of the office ,with...H I To, e Democratic' Voters. :'fof- Dade.!I true that I have bad some experience (SUCCESSORS TO

......;..t/ aa courtesy I', accuracy i County; J ;as all ,educator;' and If aa such the CHASE& BARNEY Inc. :
.. .. promptness as give to my prlYI' 5business : I hilt be a candidate for re-nomina people want my serrlce In the modestbut .
Gee.. Q.. ,Currie.car> I tion'it the coming Democratic priuiitry office Indicated. I know '
$ i Important FRUIT
and >
bicycles other AND ,
The I
i if 'II for tie office of Tax Assessor and recpecttuDy -,! of no sufficient: reason tor refusing Accid ntftud": a;
Up f goods.are thebest standard I For County Treasurer;'" .' solicit your. support.' .',this service. I do not feel the lure VEGETABLE1

goods on the market To the Voters of Dade County: _! Geo. O. 'Butler.. Int office, and I can not contend for PACKERS '
I hereby announce myself aa a can. : E office; but I stand ready :to respond Tornado
dUate for renomination to the offlc; : FOR CONSTABLETenth ;
"..Hartford and ''other' Tires. I to any reasonable request to serve. Cash Dealers In
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of county. Treasurer subject'to'the );i District. .
Tbe rest U apto
Coaster, ,Brakes. fitted( to _old I action of rt. Demo"T"tc Primary 1'1e< this method' --: announcing t\ ", you.W.. W- rans. m urapc
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ekctlono, boa held May itti.; 1J06.' myself a candidate for the office of 11 Crate
Fla. April ,
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wheels.; All work guaranteed .-; iC, H;: Baaleraoa. constable' for tie Tenth"district.subject 1 ,

Best new wheels for rent Miami Fla lio the action of theDemocrat. 'MEMBER'SCHOOL BOARD I l Material
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''', rrFor to Primary: election to be'held May 1ID :.LITt BONDS
Tax Collector 15th.906. i The friend of J. R: A!thol1r.-Sr. "
!231 12th, Street. Blue Front atirrn11 I' { SA> EL ROUXDTREB.' \hereby present his name as'a candl-1!
_ ? bent iy announce myself u a can- 1tr : Patting ud Wmlionsv;
e dilate tar the office .of tax collector :date for member o.* the Board of Public '
& of Dado county subject to tie action. I FOR. CONSTABLE > Instruction from the second dls East End Ikml Blur, Dock. OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI
( : Clark of ,the Democntte"primary.! -- Tenth District ''trict of Dade county subject lo Uw I .. t tf
of the Democratic primaries
"aa.II1. Bartee.1l I hereby.announce myself as a can- action -- --
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''he. Winning Bralk T aJfeJ-1 (i EDUCATION i



'to a man about'a-subject he knows nothing about, and he takes no Intefestin. what I

you say!. 'Talk.t'. ? him on a subject close to his every day life, and **- I
l.c OF THE SOUTH MANY TEACHERS]
]r ; 't'-you will get his entire attention, sure! I ARE ASSEMBLED IN ANNUAL j' We offer a few" choice properties for the next 1O days*. '

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Yt DQ''YOU KNOW.jjfhat 'CONFERENCE AT LEXINGTON, 4 K
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: paved
2 Iota, 50x150
on Street In fine part of city, each..S47S4o
each and customer who deals at.our store is entitled to one of f;,our famous KY. TODAY 1 lot 10th strut!I 4
every i on near.Ave C, a big bargain' .t ,.........,|tBOQS .

v 'TALKING MACHINES Ii. .. .lots on Fifth street each............... ,.......... .;......S45aOO. '

'l' House and 'let on Third street, e_rooms, line place. May' """ ,',$1100, 4

'i 'F.H.EE I .. Lexington Ky. May 2- Nearly' two One-half' lot'onTwelfth, Street,, for ........... ...... ...........,.;.'sobg. F, o

'' thousand educators of the South.and Elegant home' on ,lth street............ ..... .
i.;any time you find you have accumulated''purchase' coupons to the amount' of $50.s other men and women, not 'directly ." .:. ...?.. /..
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to secure'che of the most renowned Graphophones f
Is an opportunity foreverypody connected ,with. educational IniUtutlons. I ,
1*.the market, and this offer: holds good throughout'the' entire yeat .of, ,1906.. ;,but interested In the subject of Riverside.Iota' 'are selling rapidly but we have a' few choice' 'OMI t

CALL AT OUR! STORE' ANY, TIME AND education In the South are assembledIn > '. f jleft at ;;the following prices: .

; i this clfy to attend the ninth annual ", 'I" ',;. .. J

1:> .. ,;Lastsia: 'j i' conference for education. In the South ...,Corner lots, on rwe.lfUI..n.t.t ..... ...... .i., ,., .........;.>.$1290. Pys

.f i .J" widen'wlll. hold Its first session at ,Inside'.lets ,-en' Twelfth, Street.' .\. ....' ...... .... .... ,..;:..11000 'i. .

: Recitations Woodland Park, this ..evening. The Inside' ,lets-. ,en. "ether., ..streets.., ...'... ...... ....... ......, ......tno
-SongsIStories : '
hotels are crowded anJ'tl" re' Is nnnVual. Corner- lots ,on' other streets.......".'. ......, .:'.....;.; -..'..."..,000 4 n.
stir 'in the city. The opening ,
'I" session will be held .in the newandl-f ,J I r .a ,
it- .. Corium erected' .on the old Chautauqua Remember that water,' Sewer, lights paving and street railway I

t grounds. Governor J. C.W. Beck alf be down then i.. tit next sixty
,i ,- < days. t
ham; Kentucky will deliver.the ad- ,

;J:"' 'ft I 1 .' dres' of;welcome.jmone the 'speakers. -"in be Prof.N. .j+ f' :t.

I 3. Shaler.'of Harvard Universityi ;

: I Dr. Brown Ayres, -'president( 'ofthe ff1tTatlllll&
i r CniversHy.'o: : Tennessee'and the Hon. J. :

[John W. Terkes. of Washington, D. C. ; Cq. '
Governor and Mrs, Joseph ,Folk of ,, M1I
Bands
etc.( : [Missouri, 'who are the guests' of Pres-
Went Jenkins of Kentucky 'Univers

if"ity,"will be present at the-meeting. today -
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veryhoc :y 'c'c I i The., conference will last three day ItIILI ii SEND FOR:.PLUMBER. ,J---

". ... .. I[and will close Friday night. One .session I Its his
business
talking about the low prices of our good and at same time' enables you to;get for your ill be devoted to the discussion dom: ending sad

*, e use,'a natural l tone ,talking machine which can, and will. tell you mere about the agricultural education. Dr. ,James 'he knows how. It toot-time,4 lor nt' ,

itages'to be had at our store thanwe are'able, to tell you ourselves;' -. I College to.leal'D the plumbing basinesi sad
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'J."v 'a. lot of practlve to become f rfect I'

States Bureau of Plant Industry, Lako r- ,
Charles; La, will deliver addresseeat YOU CANT DO PLUMBING' '
Store that session. Another session wit.'conducted'by' v 1 ?- 1 I .
: 'compete( with.us. 'Toni will
; Jop ,
Dry"Goods be" the State Supertn-
mpire Inte'ndent of Education., have to be ?one over.apln...,jt wffl 1i.

The 'meetings of the Conference will ti tli Most you MORE In the.IDd. Get u,

; I be held In the mornings,'''while the afternoons : 'F..1

I will be given up to.'recrea- I H.; SCRUMS. A CO.HI : _
oJ 327 TWELFTH,STBENT.. MIAMI : ,t I [tion aDd 'sight seeing.' 'One of the t' :" I,", ', ,

tBls ,, I features of the entertainment program .. AvenM.'D J :. '3v
: will''' be",a 'genuine, Kentucky. 11u goo
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limits'taxes ,have of said been city"pald'for"the upon ,lI'hlchthe, yea.'I I rn SOCIAL, : !_MEETING Southern, .. Mar6lei&.StoneIC: ) ..( ; : .

: 1905 and who shall,not oe a qualified'electprln .. "
p :4 S. HOGAN.8TREET. ..ACKSONVIs.LE k.3.
jiliai all other'tespects under.thecharter I American 'social Science Association -n ,
V Bosiness :Directory, j' of the"clty.snd the ordinances 'V:; Began:"Series; :TodayNewJ 'I'Headquarters for. '' 1 '
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.. !thereof. '; ff. ehaf BuildingJStonc Marble I ; etc. j
who !
The inspectors and clerk ,York, May 2-' The AmericanSocial 'If ,4" I. : S
l{conduct said election shall be u follows -
\' Out of Town Buy r. and tho'" within th. city wilt find Jn the' ;. pectors./JC J.' Kolb.,R. ,J. a series B.leDee"AlSoclaUol1 of general meetings,will In Assembly ,begin- M'OSAIC1A"ND, TILE WORK: .
list below the addrM of Miami Merchants under', f Mathers, and Chsid A. 1IUi.C1] ,
i classified, heads for ready, reference.. : 1 I John H. ,Cheatham., HaD Charities Building, on Fourth FOR FLOORS.- BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC., '-I' ,
L. 'c I
Avenue-and
Twenty thlrd street this
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.. -' The polls shall bj open'at 8'oclockand evening., An Interesting: program has Moeuttiatse Geaeral'.Cetiaete Work* etc.
..... '-: dOle at sun-down, ..", t":..i- t c I {
been prepared At theopening meeting Lam-t Work. DatxcelM FaciUtlM'. A.. F..di.Prompt, S.nk.:; t.
'E: L. SRADV A CCv.Tnlti i. rw & SCREVENDeeOar The ballot to be/ used In aal.l'elec- .tonight-l1r. John Graham .Brooks .. 1 ,
tion shall be : prepared by the..city .M.- .
to will deliver Introductory:address r--
Deep, Patent ; "
sad VegetablesCor. council >and 'shaft:be In tbefofow
;:> Dt 'Ulaml.ru.Grocers. ci ss.. tTonet.'JLrtlelee,: 8tatioar.;: lug'form: "For gClty,, :Bonds" and ,He will be followed' by Bourke Cochran -
rt Are who
> win speak on '"The Immigration
'. -Against City Bonds., '
'?w-. 1M7 AvsauelX' Illaed R' Problem." RITTjYPROTHERS ,8
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: : Bar Grata The Inspectors f ppolnted to'conduct : '
"' aid election require, each dies At'.the session tomorrow morning I
i...sad-. Vapes- <*, 'Ifertinser'' MRS.KVC., BECK.. tor offering:! ; to may vote; at said election to WUIlam' ,W1I11f.m., ex-ex-Commissioner ofImmigration.will Mathine Shop

x. ,Real Estate. furnish proof thatald elector possesses deliver an address \ .
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J. E. W MMUB on The Sifting of Immigrants. Ray ,
:Suite.2.4, tad r the requisite qualifications as hereto '
tK mond L.: Grlffls, president of the South x
1n- Gnu, 52015Twelfibstreet:;, Miami. l-deftned. $ '. '
r Groe.rles J'1a.I '
I SaId election shell :be held at, the ern ImmigrationSociety/ will specs Agents .New'Era'3'as: :Engines ,Oasolejne l l
an4" FertCUers.MAONOL1A *
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WILSON HUDDLESTON, Miami 011" The South and the Immigrant '
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city. hall In the city of
7 Set. Y.mljJ1 'Real ,Kstau aa4 UsaraaeeKOlMTwelfta ', That :said ,One}Hundred..Thonsana L:J J. Ells, eastern passenger agentof and ,kerosene engine, repairing i : SPECIALTY '
}ay.oc 7 I Dollars 'of. City, ,Bonds,',provided the the Norfolk ft Western Railway; on :-' '
atrssty ._ Mlsal, r. I Issuance of the same be confirmed by "Railroads and the Immigrant" Other .Gertt3ralRepair, Workf. J r -
GROCERY CO. two-thirds of. voters participating addresses will be delivered fiy Dr. -
-* OrocertM- r DeaferAto. J.' CAMFMU. ,ln.;said electron,saljvoters,participating P.' H. ,Bryce,. chief medical officer, 508 SEVENTH:STREET: ,MIAML FLORIDA

'.'..I\.!!,' te ; 8a7 aa4 Dry::'-floods, ''Oota-.( qualified U herein prescribed Cyrus I*' Sulzberger. president of the 't ;
\ 'ar.: .' : 'htgrG.utt FWBlskiacMiami.: >:: shall be Issued sad sold In the several Industrial Removal Society and Pres-
D 4ta '>'lllut..Tta. 311 Hooch II ". IU. amounts ,and for;!the municipal purposes cott'F. Hall, of Boston.. There will '
_':ti' did'. : : ; 1, ss follows,--to-wit. : also ibe'aD evening session with ,addresses V
-- For, the 'purpose. of constructingand by ;Julius M. Mayer, attorney t
maintaining a:system of sewerage general and JGhD Brooks "Leavltt.
or otherwise promoting the health .On Friday there will be sessions In Fort Dallas= SLand Coy al 4 41Has
W, j. Brown'Sanitary of'the dty to.tht'' amount'of .Thirty the
: ThousandDollar*;J ($30,000.00)",to.be afternoons will be.devoted to visits
called"and known.as Sewer Bonds. to EUis Wand 'and the dock districts.
4 1 For the purpose'.of opening.: widening. ; "
,
f' GOVERNOR '
\.' and paving the streets and sidewalks .. GROSS .' :
I of the;dty to tnt-amount Twenty TO.BE RE-ELECTED < < ri-its-lists; : .
110
Thousand Dollarij 1 ($20,000) ,Imifrove- I'' -.- ': : : ,

called and know. &'as' Street. I Hartford. Conn., May'2-: In accordance .- t

ment. ..''Bonds., '. ., !, .with the provisions of the constitution : :
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For purpo e f and by. order of the Councilof \
Plumbe1O19 j 'L the erecting a publlu ; '1 i i ,
,- +I'building; to be constructed of Miami the; Fourteenth General Court of sites for ..
+ particularlyattraetiie
rock lo the amount .Twenty Thousand the Society of Colonial Wan in the some J ,

_ .... Dollars $20,000)) ,to be called and State 'of Connecticut will .open .here ;
f known'uyCity Building. Bonds. this'afternoon at the Hartford Club both '!Residence and business purposes .

For the Purpol4[of la commemoration of.the first General
Miami esubllshlngjnaln- '
Ave. D An investment' in Miami real 1
taming and equipping a Fire .Depart Court 'of the Colony of Connecticut,
went to the amount of Fifteen Thousand held at Hartford on the first day of
I Is '
I Dollars'($ Oto be caned and May, 1637 fO. 8.) at which the sovereignty estate- is safe; sure of quick returns ,

'.j jI known as Fire Department Bonds of the colony was first .assert ,
nOCUM Tm and the Public at Large:, ed the formal
I' Fri the purpose 'of ,opening, con 'br' declaration of war
'--'It$.. ,- 'John Sewenmayorof; the cityof 'structing. and malntalng public pUb against the'' nation, of the Peqltuots.
1&1IoIa'of jhe' city coneD of Miami la conformity, to Section i and promenades: located within the The business of the afternoon session =
')f Miami.. priding ,that the 6, of an ordinance passed by the'city 'city limits to the amount of Fifteen will consist !Of the'annual election of JOHN B. REIULY, J. C. INGRAHAMVicePresident ;
council of the'dtyoflWml OD-'the I Thousand Dollars officers and committees and-zome otn-
$1J,000)), to be can
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tton of: tie, Mayor, of said 11th day of April'A. D.1506, and sign ed and.known s< Park and Promenade errontine'bnalness. It Is a foregone Agent :Fort Dallas. Land Fort D: llasl J

Ting notice of aa ,election torut ed F., H. ''Wharton. president of the Bonds. '_ b'i1; ,, conclusion that Mr. C. E., Gross, the ,
'the 'dt) of Miami, oa'tie CUT council attested by M. R; Kellum '. Said'bonds shaH" be Issued la- five j present Governor of the Society, will Company, Miami Florida: : I Land. Co.:, St Augusilne.the .

Tnesdar la 'Mar..;A.. D."19ob. clerk of.said city and approved the; different serltK.:jtovwlt: The Sewer be re-elected,' just like the others, officers
llth'day of May, A. D..',1II0S., signed "
; of the ,
|being tie Sid day of said month John SeweO and entitled Bonds, numbered from ODe to thirty, society. ;
mayor : I :
rTpnrpose of submitting to the '* inclusive;s Street?Improvement Bonds I '- _
I AU ordinance authorizing the Issue In a series numbered \from one''to Devil's Island Torture visiting merchants-and have arranged here for this occasion.whileway ba their
registered voters ot said. of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of
I twenty Inclusive City Building Bonds a highly Interesting creditable to the Grand Conclave la Los ,
,i question of the Issue, and sale' State Clfy':of Bonds Florida of:the Authorizing City of aa Miami Election In' a series:front!lODe';'to.twenty Inclusive Is" no worse/than the terrible case of program for the entertainment Angeles next week. '

,Hundred Thousand'Dollars, for)such purpose aDd providing ; Fire Department bonds la a Piles that afflicted! me 10'yean. Then of the guests Various social functions
00) of city toads,"bs.spread the method;of holding such election, series.from one;:'to fifteen.' Inclusive; I'was advised to apply Bucklen's Arnica receptions and a big banquet are Years with IcInl7"and
e.minutes of this eGmMu 'and and farther, la conformity to the cite Park'and Promenade Bonds in a. series Salve; and less than a box per- among the features of the entertainment Liver Trouble '
be published for the per charter of said citytereby'give notice from one to fifteen. Inclusive. SaId'bondl manently cured me, writes I*. S. Nap- program. Business meetings
of u same days prior ,to said decoy and Ole same..'hereby proclaimedthat shal be Issued In denominationsof pier, of Buggies, Ky. Heals all wounds will be held tomorrow and Friday et,e- '''1 suffered for five years wltft kidneyand' j
equfred law 1 a Special Election
Resolved by the city councilty.ot.Mlamt I la the!city, of Miami.' State'of Florida .hill bear Interest; -at the'rat of five .drgglsts.? will be given tip, to recreation., 'heaJacbe.pains across I the had backhand a blinding t

: : 'I on'the fourth.,Totday'In- May. pe!' cent.per.. annum, and shall mature dyspepsia and
was constipated that
SOUTHERN so I '
could
'.,the' following proclamation of, A., D..'IJK' the same being the 22d and become; payable thirty years DRY GOODS MEN TO MEET LAYINQ'THE CORNERSTONE. move my'bowels without a ..atharUc.I not.
: John: SeweU.-mayor: of the' day of said month Son the purpose of from 'the''date [ thereof' and shall be was cured by Chamberlain's
-- Denver, Colo, May' :2!- Hundreds 01 Stomach -
; Miami, at this' the regular submitting to the qualified, registered ":
;hof the city council of said. voters of the City of Miami the question .sold, at not leu".than their par value. Knoxville Tenn., May 2- The antis prominent members and oficers. of the well and Liver Tablets and a kve been

14 on the 11th day of May,. A.i of the issue ,of ODe\ Hundred I Witness .my hand and the seal of al convention of theSouthern Whole- Order of Knights Templar are here Arthur now S. for Stfleklahd.'six months.6f Cha tays Mr
.'Throb said proclamation is I Thousand Dollars',of City Bond.:of :the dty this 19th day'of April, A D. sale Dry Goods Association opened today to assist In the laying of the Tenm For sale by BtscaVne:tanooga
';tollowlni "[(ords;and finres the city,of'1I1aml,' State of FlofdL '190t. J| '" here today for a three'dars' session. cornerstone ot El Jehel Temple, by Co. and all druggists Drug '
.. I No .person'shaHbe allowed to vote Pi The actings; are held in the parlorsof Knights Templar which will take place Chamberlain's '
Salve Is
John'SeweU
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for a'nylays
Election:. Proclamation of la said election why Is not a registered I .the Stratford Hotel..the'headquarters here thla afterntan Among those disease of the' goo
Ii of.the dty of ,111&111aD4 No-!I voter of the city of Miami( and a resident II' )Mayor of;ihe City,of ,MlamL. of the association. The various present are delegations from -Minneapolis Itching and burning skin.len53.tlni It a tae

the sameToten . 1 of said dty..and.:who shag cot Attest: lL'R..$Cenum: commercial organizations of this city St Paul, Otaaha. Louisville iy. For sale by BIscayne Instant-,
Co.
tt,.tke" dtT..ct.iniml.) : ors;;:rest-.estate"situated ,within. the !.(Seal t' "CIt7, have united-iheir efforts to:entertain; .Chicago and Kansas' [City, who.stopped, .. and an druggists gy r.*
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'' The largest.;and J best stock I .::: ;,7t".J.: .: t Everything marked in plain; :

$p in the south'to. select from f i f;,'i=; figures; so you may figure]

We can fit 99:men out ofx: : .' ,your own discounts at sale'; .
I every 100 We have ,suitsfor I. : 1'1"V a 10. ean d N ci. 'p'rice I I '.. .
the smallman .- J just think of getting Suits,worth $10 at$6
man;The:tegularManfThe'stout ; The'tall'; ', ""' '."A 'I Bar aiI'Here i I Suits worth 12.50..at' ... ... ,. ....7.50.p,
'. man.. Tt matters; ,: \ {IIICI_ IIIIflUU, Suits worth 15.00(at. .. .\:'_.........00t:
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with 'us whether he wears Sults'worth2J.OO at. : ; .12:00a :
4 '32 coat/or- forty-six coat., Suits worth! 25.00 at.... ".. .:..,.15.09 :
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4 % jvery?' ,-Suit- 'in the-- house_ .- to. qo under t "e' 1

:i Jh : 4' : kj||af.,4 : per. cent.- off- on all,' clothint j **.
: 'Which has been in, the house over '5, ;

f I 'iraS"months*."," '20" .percent. off' ;:.on all,,clothing f'J f-

-.. ftt.which'. arri.ved' in the::'house. ; :"since Jan.tjpThis 1

_ "' I stock of? clothing. 'isf"strictly} up-to-date. in both -
Moth! and style: We have all the.new things in seed and
k r ., ,:J0yster; Greys! ,English Suitings,"' Tropical 'Worsteds,
;F- _-c :, ,verges and English;cricket cloth; Come and si see them !

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: c' Men,;s p,1 nts'I.I.' Boys Clothing 'j '. Boys'Pants1 : ;

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1,099 pair- i'' men's iigisL' pants, 300 b'oys suit'to be 500'boys pants be sold i iJ ;
to be.. ,.. sold.! We have these & In this stock:you will i l find; I
; .We: ;have: them- j in :every }J foth made / suits in the new goods, for boys': :j
$ ..' from,',the washablepiottoii and .flannel and worsted ,,, 'I pants_ linen, ;blue serges,:
,Linen Goods, to, the ..fine! 'Vor ted., -suitings1 at $2 to .$6.., x \ -' Cheviots and Worsteds., p
have a big'line' of and -
fine gray i 1 1 Price'35cI0; SI 50 ;
: 'white flannel pants Tor tress wear. ; '
_t i'-: : 25.per cent off ., i 25 per ct. off";
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40% off on all bargain counter:\ !goods 1
'.' 20 per cent: .off on;all stock goods on all boys clothing BXTRA SEATED RANTS on al Boys Pants .

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_ Just come and.I .take a look,:we dojnot ask y.to 'buy. Do not delay, but come today, as these suit 5 will not 'stay|
We..expect. to+put a new suit on meariy\ every'man'and boy in this city, before Saturday, May, the 5th, \\9Q6i
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!SECOND SECTION. I MIAMI. FLA., MAY 2, 1906 ,PACES 9:to:12 .

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THE COMEDY 'OF new the corporations law., They hare are not..been opposing blackmailed the-' I MY POSITION AS A

eo : by campaign collectors often ANDIDAT4"--
enough In the past and they are glad '

ij INVES11G4TIONs subscribe .to any law that will prevent i I

I raids on their treasury.; But .. i soliciting_ your Tote for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, I JOur attention to the fact t* i tappreciate f.D7
how well reformatory law will be that would be serving YOU realize that would only be clerk and by that I mean that I would be serving your interest
(t.: enforced is a question If It Is en same,;:uft. yon ihonld'employ me to look after your'PERSONAL .business affairs Just, De

c forced In the letter and spirit, it will t' am no professional politician seeking to defeat any one hut I want the position1] and promise faithful, careful efficient and -

rVY simply leave the situation as Indicated courteous treatment to EVER citizen of Dade. County Florida.! You are the employer I want to be Ue employee] and request
<, INTERSTATE COMMERCE. COM-; above; where the man with the JOur ticket aa follow: f yon to markRACE r
-' ] best private bank account wIll stand X JAMES F..JAUDON j
l; :..MIIIION'INTO MONOPOLIES OF
the best show of getting .his views 1

,p COAL AND OIL C RRY1NQ"RAn"l! before the people.en. .I. .,. \ WHAT MY HOME PAPERS SAY ABOUT MY 1.CANDIDACY 5

:ROAD"- OTHER Dispacfaes to the Nary Department \'
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3 state that the great dock 1ij CAPT. J. F. JAUDON \ CAPT.JAUDONENTER 1I
.. ,dry, Dewey $' t
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NEWSIf'TnV ; J '
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I has reached the entrance of,the Sues .
4. '- Canal and Is waiting preparations for .
r I its passage through this great artificial Ij '
.
'l't .;. ,waterway., it has been, arrangedthat For County 'Clerkship and Makes It t
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: ; Miami News, March 11,1906:. \ -
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; "SV aabington. 'D., C..' lA1' t: 1906-1 1ti the mammoth dock shall go a four Cornered Cent at '
< I through the canal In the daytime and
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Caj&ain J. F. Jaudon's announcement
ComPriaerce. .
the Interstate ,
of
comedy I that there shall be certain places '

Commission's, Investigation, lnptolhe -I: dredged out for It like the sidings on !. In yeiterday's Morning News'that' he '
\ r < combinations- and monopoliesBot 1 a railroad where it can 1&Y1lP at night 0J9 iJ' office'of \ ei.rr t Metropolis, March 10.1906:
be a candidate for the
the coal and 'oil 'carrying ;roads : and let the oxher shipping in the canal would! .

Kt>iair:been continuous In' Washington; pass, through t Of course, the dredgIng County Clerk brought to him during ; .. The race ,for the county clerkshipgrows s
of these turn outs will out
come & stronger and
Kihls'week... It ''I.' true that theicomKJniaslon : of the opcket of the contractor and n the :;day the assurance of the support T ,' more, interesting. -
managed to steal march: on. will materially reduce the profit tha :-j'' each day and with the ann< nncemeat

I tone of the officials of the coal c.rl'1'tq' I would have 'been made inttraneport of -rery many of his friends. ..Capt.Jaudon ; of Capt.'J.. F Jandon.:'whlci appears'

{ roads!, In the Philadelphia hearings lug the dock to Manila.- But it is the < Iii 'well known and has many'warm ')In '
the Metropolis this
aftei c
Ktaad It looked then as though".the'lnBiffestlgaUon choice of two, evils, for ff the' dry noon, tie
which was begun: In "reHjiponse -I I friends throughout the c 4 contest .
countywhoSFeel
deck had gone straightthrough the I assumes a fonr-cor, ere4, ..
to a Joint resolution fromBMbongress 1 canal there would have been no room .
that he well"fitted to fill Den with the prospect of a fifth,"en*
.Interjesting is
turn tp some .
mignt for other ships to pass it, and the canal 'I ."" '
data.. But jthe hearings ofBpfficlals would have .to be closed to an. the office of County Clerk and who a "even a sixth person Into It '
,
In the present seslon has beenKwre other'traffic for six dayS: It looks as f .4 e within the next few :
or Jell: of a 'farce It?U trot though 'would take almost*as'much will':make an earnest effort.to secure +'A'tki a If' ", eer _
K afa deplorable state'of affairs wasPUbown money'to'get- the dock to'the PhI1.Ipint'S -! i Capt Jandon.! the aspirant. +ti.
to exI.t.-but the officers of the to" his election: They point out the fact <
as it did build It, but when .8f I _fortiVpluin, U well : throughoat -
L roads questioned answered with theirlongues is safely] made It win
the journey I thaUhis excellent business Qualitiesareptoupled : ::
and their cheeks, and slid( stand for a long time< as ine' record !the county.? He is corn nander ot 4

Kfter It' was' all over :that -!he''comLmlisloa -, towing performance of the world.] .V I with a commendable the?Miami military comps y, and to.
'CouJd.''bue learned Just asRf _
ngch by'' an intelligent, perusal ofKfhe i I spiritj-of. local. pride and patriotism j jandjt t. !, private life ,Is a com _lu1 n dealer. ,

annual reports of the roars in conBSuneUon'with -i OFFICIAL: GOUNIYDEMUGRATIr*. J; 'o; Capt. Jaudon honorable ;id honest J.
a copy of'the Railroad! ; crops out in the interest, which' '
: .. kJ and competent to serve la the office of

E-Mann4L r'.._of thei i Buffalo One .Instance-: Rocbestetjand] thecase PittsMEknrg : ( CALL he ifs manifests in, the 3llami-Riles. In 1.1 .Clerk-'of" : "the Circuit'Court' .d.m: ,,';-'n.-.,:

which under JnyesK -! keeptnjthe to tie standard'o' JAMES I JAUDON
Railway vas ,company. : The
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ant .well. captain ke
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tigatlon: There: were two officials o:i .0:; -
lii J the Toad'lip for examination. One wssnT'the .I A meeting of the'Dade County Democratic the best military organizations Pupetar.Cxedidete for strong bid and be a'close factor,' orffi ty

General Freight Agent )lr.-Div *.: Executive Committee was heU of the 'state r' CLERK,/'OF THE :CIRCUIT|COURT 'party la the contest when t closes ''
h. ynd the other the General Supertntenjiaent at Miami. Flagon; 'the 14ti Jay of ,l-S-5' ., 4
[ Mr." Noonan. Between 'them Uarch. 1906. pursuant to adjournment.'
IjHhey explained- that the Rochester and ,The following call for a primary i or6e"k' .
[liWtUbnrg Coal and Iron'Company'..wasr election'was adopted; 101l1t:.. "' *. ". inseeking the position of the Circuit Court of Dade County Capt J' don 'realizes' that those who,.are not.famillaj 'with kit
*. the Buffalo. Rochester Notice Is hereby given that there history and ability should .be posted before they cast their vote for him for such an Important office.spaptaln ,
the property.of
iljnd .Plttsbufg Railway. The" Jeffervhi will bea, Democratic Primary ,Election Jaudon Is at present engaged In the commission business besides being oqe of the largest vegetable and fruit'growers' la this seotiona rs
('0111' and ConkCompnny held In the several elections districts Before coming'to this place some'eight ornine'years ago, he was In the orange growing business In Orlando, Orange County.

},?'son land dearfleld was" owned by" the .same of Dade;county, .Florida, on f.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 of
I aad these.two eon May,15th' 1906;' and if necessary"on Inestimable value to him If you should decide'to cut JOur vote for him f'. '.
,>,group,of officials, t4s to 'character he the front at the last city election' he flattering for1 the of
owned"mine. and shipped June-IV 106.for the nomination of t and honesty stands In rank received a very vote posit on city
I'F companies the Mal all Democratic, candidates State and tax-assessor cads elected to that position.. f .
cent of '
1Dore than 70 per Buffalo' RochebLi'ter County,- to be ,voted for, by,the Democratic fFor a number of years he..has been captain of the MlamlUfes and has no IUpe or In the State National Guard.wbenlteomes omIUUry
11'that'passed over the I ,0; matters. Everything Captain Jandon does, he does well. j
electors at'the general .election ''-
and Pittsfonrg Railroad which road.w Of sfcfirlmarlly I! ,to: be-held'November, 6th..1 J06, [FTou could dojrour county no better service th.n by voting for James F. Jandon and by casting your vote for him you will be pi lng the f
a coal carrying' and to be appointed by the Democrat.ic .. ;. 1r1lit'lDaJa in the right place., : .J t '
ET course this Is In distinct Court defiance which cfF I Governor of the State'.betwefn.thf Y.PLEDGE_: _I will not go- onttHepf the county for my deputies if you should.:ele :t me to the position'of..Clerk of the Circuit Court.. ,', n
:;-s;the ruling of the Snpreme date of'holdln such primary ;election : '
K'bclds;: 'hat a :railroad must >10:ta-ve the of.the '
.holding primary
and

I[l i1- transports.any 'Interest But In that the"Is commodities a-"small matter)\I electon.'A_The following.- D;officers'1908. are to be_ nominated I JAMES F., "' !
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Li"to:the roads; They own the coal I at1 satd'.primary- election' town '. '. _. ----'----- -----------f ---_ } .

[ companies or: the coal'companlee'owxthe : ._ '. : ; Hardy. D. Ciaael and J. "W; Flute. %1.,-.1906 at the County Court House, +
railroad; whichever way yon we- ,,1 Representative In Congress, Second Clerk::rj. ,)U: Umstead. Polling place. In Miami. Florida and publicly canvass J. B. Hawkini 1 .8.1:'Lasa.t.r' J. E. ummus
L.f et to put It The officials come up and Congressional District ," Rouse'*.,store.Precinct ''the returns and declare what : F t
testify to the fact,and they,say,prtRiTately I 2 Justices of: the Supreme Court No.fo. 'Inspectors: W.',W. candidates are nominated by a major- l- L
Miami
that the Interstate; CommerceKcommissloa 2 Railroad Commissioners. Marshall; Ed.;T. King and Heavy lIT vote for each county office and In Th Grocery CO.
;
knew as, much before I 1 Member of the House of Represen Bryan; Clerk.R.<'A. Bryan. Polling what 'cures a second primary will ,
Kithe InvestigaUon began ,The Huffa;o, : haveto be held. ,
tatives.. ,7
place; Stranahan's' store.. f '
Rochester and PltUbnrg Baflway nasHbeea .1 Clerk of, Circuit Court.'-for' uneiptred Precinct. $o. HDlpeeton: j.: .B.Wofford : \V. A.- Filer, Staple and .raf9a ,Grocerics ,
mu.traUou'Co
used -merely as an term < Chairman.Attest J
". W. Ives and J. A. Harp. rRUITSefidVfGtTABLeS
,
Hot things thit.:ire coming .allt"ID 1 County'Assessor of Taxes \ :' Ceo. P..Bull. .' {
bhe.taveeOgatlon., not In 'anr spiritfae' I.Tax Collector. Clerk: J. ft. Gl1uoJa\PolIqplau. .Me utuy.' Ouritock'o -
ioniplete
= and think eappiy
croceries"is we we
schoolbouea ,
The .
.dlscrimlnaUon.: f Treasurer
jnallo .or County
1
; ;: Precinct Ifto.: 9 Inspectors .Paul about everything required ID the baking line' Our to keep
:
and the coal comiuies -
Bf mctis of.the road I' County,Qt..m'-tfOJlerL inhabited
Is the Moon them
only the befit class nf ETocerle. aDd will be
our prices {
% that ,iti owns are' no better .I Members of County Board of Public Matthews Zi.1 Fornen and J. I. Peters. on ,
fteA no wane than s> lot"'ot' otherBeBroads Instruction. ;'j Clerks:;J..A.i Danghtry.: Polling Science'bas pfOTen f that the moon found to be Butt; Goods delivered promptly any pat of the
Win place' school booses 'd l. Our and vegetable stock always freb.Gi e a a call
and their officersthat. 13 Supervisor of BertatraUoLf has atmosphere, which makes life -
be shown up In the InvelU UoU. TheKoestloa '1 Member'of the Dade County Democratic Precinct f1 : 10- nspectors: T. iJ la some form possible on cant satellitebut .
Is whether Congress,' wfflbale Executive Committee for Precincts Townley; Hi DaW :Miller and S.a L: Dot for human beings who have a Telephoni 20 1,33STweltth Street; Miami, lorida 'j

any ',Usenet; the, Informatloa Nos.' 14 .and.7. rtspecUv 1y. Patterson. .Clerk::R.' B. McLendoa. bard enough time oil this earth of ours ,
Krhea It has the papers transmitted '1 Jastlce of the Peace anol.l Con- Polling place. ;Fair bufldlng.. especially those;"ho dent know .that '

Aott: The*-chances are that It wfflBEot stable'ln,"'such dlstricta as,hav',vacancies. Prednct hips:;i1=Inspectors:' B .A Electric Bitters cure headache, bllious- i
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'But any critics :'who have the Potter/ Andrew Hardee' od Jackson neu,X malaria",'chills >andfever. Jaundice l r-
*spirit of charityleft with them and 1 Fish.and Game "Warden.The .. Peacock. Clerk: J.Vf., ; Gallaway.Polling dyspepsia dizziness, torpid liver .
lsUu>'Tdo' not Want to" be1 .classed 'as rules governing-said 'primary pack Shone's .old.storePrecmcfNo. kidney complalntsgeneral debility and
Eanck-rakers' wait for'the facts election shall ,be the same as those I .' !!=Inspectors: .T. female'weaknesses.TJneqnaled- as a '

o,develop and then form their judgepent adopted .by,the Democratic ,Executive Stephens; W.-! J. Dangherty.. T. persons and especially for the aged. It Meat
;. .' Committee;their. meeting held It tn Duval:Clerk Thos.KItchen:'Polling Induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed Aru'trongs.! : Maket
'
En '. .. Jacksonville on. February. 21-, 1906 for' place,',:TweedelTs; HalL, ', : by all druggists.' Price only SOc,
'berela, one i direction in which it governing State Primaries, 10. far al 'No..13InspectorseAryGouman l .
x" Is the same shall be applicable to the I Precinct Cold While'Hunting a Burglar [
oald seem that Congress: doing Caught
Wm. Anderson and J. CuI Is Puce
;
Those. and only the
County ;Primary;"
good work::. That I. In the purify- "
tello. Clerk: H. A. Proctor.Pollingplace. ,
got elections. The Senate, this those persona shall be permitted to become I Mr.: wm.Thoi. Lanorgan.. provincial Wh enormous whe
; school house prices for fresh meats
before vote at, or ; pay ; you
the, resole candidates or I constable at Chaptean, Ontario, says.'I
eek reported It favorably a crime for corporal participate in the management of ....4prllXW1' : Precinct Ito.U-ID.peeiort: ,,WJL.. caught severe cold while hunting can choIcest' cuts or Western and Florida MEATS

on making to contribute. election' funds. electlonwho declare their adherence I Scott Blackwelder and JJ'SU': burglar In the forest swamp last for guy Jell money at Armstrong' Meat Market

ow'of course the contribution of to the"principles and organization on: .Clerk:-il_ R.',Ho ." *Polling- place, falL. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough
amount to 'an election fund, by of the Democratic .I'art.1.utJo. Saxon's' itote.,'* Remedy. I tried it, and after using Phone Corner Avenue and 1 Street
ay sybody. in 'wrong In '.principal"and al, State and county,'who'are by the Precinct;;No. 16-:Inspectors: It A. two, small bottles. I. was completely r 161. :

tight, to be suppresses But If noJy laws of the:State lawful electors 'of Marshall, SftM. Alsabrook and A.C. : cured. This remedy is Intended ,especially
had.any election fund then the the. election--districts which they Frost Cletk:, R..' C. Stanley..' Polling i .for coughs and colds. It will ,
> with the Biggest bank account Her.to vote who have paid their'poll place school house. I loosen and reUeve a severe cold Inlets +ja

tan ould be-able to go on the hustings takes legally due'not,Jess than tea .ThevottAisshin,: ; be by': ballot' on time than by any other treatmentand

id make the biggest show and get days before said primary elecOonand ,tickets 'furnished,.by ,the State and Is'a favorite wherever its superior
Is'.Ideas 'the better put 1Ietore'rwb1JC. who shall when challenged by an ales County.Executive Committees, and U excellence has become known. For Votings' PharmacyINCOKPOKATKO
tor,pledge la writing.upon oath before sale Cpmpany'andall
So people who nave a person- the close of.such elections the Inspec by: BIscayne Drug
inspector; to abide by and clerk shall to .druggists.,
to and proceed canvass
ethical Interest In a canto-
I 'or'an
support the reiult of such primary, nd. the Vote la accordance will the J {
:cant' contribute to help him In TID
.
other support the nominees'thereof. State law;and shall at once forward I y
Then the side
campaign. The polls shall be opened and closedat NOTICE. ,
that there Is money being spent the returns;to the. Chairman,of, the, -
eisg
election districts at the '
the several
dldate' .out and to collect It ends'money In the for party It* hours fixed by the general election f County.The assessments.Executive Committee.to be paid,by tie In the County Judge's Court of Dade A Dijtig Store for The Pei pie

law: 'The following named personaare various candldates ahall be .as:follows County. Florid .
power which naturally hat the whip hereby appointed Inspectors and '"' : 1
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ie' other. landing side more and contributions presumably than con- clerks :for' the, "ieyeralelection, -districts Representative: & ........?.......'. 21.00 In. re the Estate-of ,John Sanders- That's our i otto, and it has been the means of aHding hUD
,
: .i Clerk ot Circuit Court....... 150.00 dreds of new customers to our fISt.Ve Jy '
But late deceased.
In office.- of
said
IU 'candidate county
inning Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. Tax Assessor ,.... ......... 75.00 register
'All pharmcists.
; anti-contribution bill just report- est drugs. prescriptions filled
he Parks H., E.' Stypmana and B. Q. are by d
Tax Collector .i.;.......... T5.00
dIs;; designed to change this.-, It proAlts BalL Clerk: Card Sehro der. Polling" County Treasurer .......... 75.00 Notice,Is hereby given that on lionday We also carry the finest sodas and ice, sea in the city
national .
banks corporations place, Balls store. '. County Commissioner ........, 10.00 the 15th Jay of October A. &,
la interstate and foreignemmerce L-Inspectors FrankBower
agaged Precinct,No. :
and corporations organized ; P: Kitchen and E..C, Miller. Justice Member of Board-the Peace Public..Instrnc........ 10.00 5.00 1906. I will present ,to the HonorableA. Doors North of Postoffice \
der the federal laws from contribut Clerk: James B>pbnrn. Polling place ) E. Heyser., County Judge of said
Constable &................ 1.00
=5.funds (o any election The penal school. house. County FlsU and Game Warden' 1.00 county my final account and' all
the 'of corporation U F vouchers of the estate of John Sanders
tin case a Precinct No. Inspectors Frank Supervisor of Registration. S.OO W. E. YoungslE. Pres
bed,.at not more than 5,000" and Sheen. -Joel.'A. Dean and. Dan Cot late orf said county: deceued.
; Include ; .AU candiites are required to file a and at the same time make full and
k the case of Individuals who grove, CierkT. J. Campbell. Poll ; .
aeofficers.-.directors and 'stockholders ing place, old engine house., written application to have his name final settlement with a full report of 1
tthe company 'a flue''of not moreton Precinct:-Xa Inspectors:' Jesse appear upon the official ballot on the all my actions and doings with relation A. Robinson "
blanks furnished jby the committee,, to said estate, and at the same .
sentence. ;L.
11.000 and a Jail That Dougherty; J. 'Garaett and F. W. ,, '
t the thing that will hurt the,inJTridUwho Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence Polling accompanied with(jthe fees above set times will ask for a final discharge as I 1
House.. forth with,ieo: PJ Bull of Ojus Fin. administrator! of said estate. i
might not betonched.br a place. Porter's Packing '
tere'fine-: Unfortunate! the corpora Precinct:No. Inspectors: ::1'. M. Secretary ant Treasurer of the County Emory Spradling. Contracting Electri tan
: Democratic: Committee on or before Administrator 0: the'estate of John
|eu.cannot be subjected .to a Jan McRae ;T. 'J..HI'Iood and I. B. .
wjtenee. It has '"no ,body to be kick Taylor. Clerk:' H. B. HoLges.Poi> the 26th day of -April; A.,D.190G. Sanders, deceased.

SLand no .soul "to b* damned?' so it lug place school house. The embcratlc County Executive G.. \Voriey.: 1019 Ave. 'J.) Miami FloJidalL
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U escapewlrh flue But of course Precinct,: No.- Inspectors; 'J,: I." Committee..."fhan.... .meet on Mondayjfay A, Attorney" for Administrator *n

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ti !r:: Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST LINE> OF SOUVENIR- ; SPOONS'Watches nd JewelryREft :


j To Select from in ,Florida at '
>;
(RING.

20 cents a dozen W!ALERS: JEWELRY STORE <



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Report of the Condition of WELLS & ,GRAVES'" '

A The First National Bank ( Town Topics J

.
.,, Are prepared to execute
e at Miami. l. th. State of F1orWa. orders in their
1. y
j at tlM cloM*t tantoeM.April.b.1W .

VESOURCES ; __ __

... .. _--sak.uk:13 hundred Millinery Department
i ti n I
tout < co i Sailed forK. <
OvertnUu....,*n*aIM rr.ecrtU. _--. -=-- 521 kS y he produced this season five of
.S. Surds to seen ctrcmUUomnmmoa .. 5MM04Sloan The key freighter Sultana, Captain crates of eggplants from one-half acre I Designer of the latest Spring ..t,11ehat.\ *
O.a.ttomt* ----- .
W 37.185.oo.': C ry. which has been undergoing re- off the sameground.. This Is a phenomenal
........iWemrASM. etc.-- in tilk. dark straw and
IIghweight
....___ >0S.ZJ4U
Baa..1IoaMo taraiuira and 1at.rn. >> pairs at the ways of the Miami Boat yield and shows beyond material Fx

DM f f,,....Natural SUM Backs Bun art t set BaatenDM r.rrvI._sdeatsL3.SSS1e__-_ Worki for the put several days lie question the fertility of, Dade County ) 'j .*
w DM _._ n '.% ." I ed this morning for the keys after a ,
lt m apprantf nmrv afftata._____ 3DJTK11no soil and especially that In the near l
..4 other each tt.ss.
Chocks
load of
pineapple
vicinity of Miami.Typewriting
'1S.tass(. rer Catloa&1 BaawPraett..al ..erta.3ID.4 Ladies Tailoring DepartmentFor
4wfr1 ro.ev caper rss.r.errnrcy. i. aicklss. ...___sad--_------== tt0OS'a .
.......-led wtth U.S.Trsaarrer,av., par teat I [ antedClean couon no"at this done at the Metropolis
.' .4 arc.tauo.--------------: olBceOrtdgt' office at reasonable rate street carriage and evening costume! *, #
arc.tauo.Triala ; waists, tailor gowns and coat a
Resumed Work 'f'
... --S'! hliel dredge No. I, of the P. Sanford Wanted Clean cottoa rags at thisomce. 23.2 Twelfth Street Miami t
Capital....Mock.._paid_ _...._. --- Ta ROM Co, which was brought j hd
s. l f. --- ,
Uail...... ....u.io-_**... and}uses pa" _. 30AUS.s.*4Wb.J ofer to this aide of the bay a few "I' ? ?
14at oral Beak Noto>oata4tac------
Baal. __ 444.1l"'I.i4ul" dijri ago for some repairs to her chl-
DMtoStauBaaki sad .ra Dauntless Finished Contract .
ta ,,"ject to dlecII.-3S3..05 eli, was towed back to the canal yesterday W.4't <
Dmaa4 ter lca,"ol dopooit__.._ zr,41LIICeft1' afternoon, and resumed the The steamer Dauntless, Captain ',
mks --. 4U3 T. Lewis, which has been under charter i
__ S.t54.&S $ M.MS.05 work of crushing rock at the bottom -
Caki.ryck.cksortstasdir.' ____ a.g1:; 1. by the F. E. C. Railway Company
r. ot the 'f
excavation this -
: morning
Total
.
'\ for the putIe"ral months towing I
SUM.f Florida.Co..ty of Dads,w; *
... barges from Jacksonville Charleston Values
the stave saved N. JIROss1ER Special
of
Coltfla. Cashier Bare lii tiiietHs
means
I.Edward "">* r -
f ..rte ." swear that the above.tau.eat istr.e to U beat Mobile and other points to this port
o<,.?koowl d..and belief. has finished her contract and Is now
EDWARD C. ROMFH.Ca hler ?loft One roll of Township maps free to engage In other towing. The
with rubber band between city and Dauntless, which arrived In port yesterday *'
Correct SPITZER attest:Director 1LSHASAHAK,EDWIN A..W. ADDELL. JUlapattan. Finder return and receive from Jacksonville with three For this week" at The
W.H.
r I reward. J. H.":Tatum ii.: Co. barges; will remain here for two or
Sabscribed aad swore to before lira thiOOtblda. of I;: April. -, Frederick H.Kaad.Jr.Notary Pablic.Mr An Error Corrected I' large towing contract. The
commission azpiR*Sept.".I'1OT. \ An error has inadvertently sppeared rest of the barges being built at Jack Miami Clothing Co[s .Store
tithe ad "Notice to Contractors" be- sonville and other points for the F.
tug published In the Metropolis where E. C. Railway will be towed here by e _
1 in the da'e for bid proposals Is made the company's tug, Sybil, now at
read May 2, wtta It should hare
-
tth; Jacksonville. ,
.. X large assortment of men' linen coat an<
,, t :
: in been May 29. This.correction Is 'made vests, worth $Z 50 at....,. .. ... ,,... ......$1 .00 .
Justice to the Board of School I .
R Several very desirable rooms can
-, : Trustees. Special Tax District So. 1. be rented at reasonable figures In Fine blue odd coats, worth four dollar
West Palm Beach,'and those woo desire the residence of Mrs. Price-Williams and $ .;at e............... ;. ....... ..: .:$3.00.
:. to enter bids according to the I _
tpeclflcatlons of the advertisement on Tenth street near the.Boulevard. Tan and jfrey mixture wool crash suits, sinjl

RE'O.- J $10 REWARD : and double breasted models, worth $10 at. i.....$7.00$5.0O
;'Revival services at the First M.E4 .
1.01- Pearl handle Smith Wei- '
:- A few odd summer suits, to close them ouat

Church tonight son revolver; 32 caL I 1-2 Inch barreL ... ... ...........f ............ ..... ......
.r ,. 0- Return to this office and receive
Caught Two Tarpon reward. Light and dark grey flannel suit*, worth Si: '

J '1 |It Is getting to be an almost dally tofl400at.........,.:........:... .....:..: .H ,:.. $7 0
xy .' Micurence now'for'tarpon to be cap FOR ADOPTION ', I '
bred: In the upper bay and it Is seldom Fine black*suit, well tailored.The kind tha '

climb. more hills: just a* that parties go after them tha\j Two baby bluejaya. The mother I j, wont fade. ; fOOd $14 value at..v. .:.... ...........$12
Carries goes -
as many passengers; made. The latest "
captures are not
tire -is safer at d more easily i'f of these 'birds was shot last Friday blue serge suits, Venetian
y fast less gasoline aDd ; I Fine weave
ue
; lUecessful fishermen are Mr. Frank T. '
controlled: just a* luxurious and, comfortable and cost*' Jludie and Mr. Harry E. Tuttle both I morning, by a poor man. not able to' ] of the very latest cut worth$15,00 at....1. ..........$ 13
but who and
work can Carry
a
that sell for double or tre- gun
.
for repairs than cars I ,
less many whom captured silver '
pf one king small redbirds of men' suits
for the REO book that tells-why: slaughter such game as A large assortment in dark d
Send
ble its,!, price. :: :r i' each yesterday. The.a.h were fine lueays, mocking birds, blackbirds | light wonted and cassimeres, $10 to $12 fiO.s...$8.50Miami .
Ipeclmens and weighed In the neighborhood and In fact anything that won't J 4
o: one hundred pounds each show fight, and can be killed with a

J small (U\1. What are his neighbors
Co. |f Anything yon want done sidewalks thinking ofVb, don't they make .
Automobile
Miami gilt landscape gardening roads him some "chicken broth" a* It is .
.' lands cleaned. See Fred Butter.
cruel to let him'go out and hunt his CoI
Street Postoffiee Miami Clothing
13th near own food that way. Besides, the less i
of these small birds might give him

"If 1 Breeder want toWI'. Property nightmare; I know It would me.Citizen.. 1306 Avenue D Florida

Baseball Tomorrow- I [ Mitami- 1

tI
The third game of baseball of the CHOIR GUILD FESTIVAL .
; I
season between Miami and the Cubans .:::::IlIa '4
Great Reduction; will take place tomorrow, afternoonon Boston Delay 2- The thirtieth annu WHO 1f
the Royal Palm' Grounds. The al festival of the Massachusetts Choir WAS HELOT
:'
'earns Ifhe up as follows: Miami Guild an organization of the Episcopal Responslblt for that carriage break

Hopkins, c; Cbaille, p; Burglss. Ib; Church In the State, will be held In f I down. Do it know that'that falls.:'
*
and Shoes Burdine 2b;' Coachman :3b; Peddy four sections this year, there being "
Clothing eats
$ In Gents Summer M: Clopton. if: Conklin cf; Pent rf. thirty choirs In the guild. The first ns-ts rehabilitation! dolL'.
Cubans: W. Hardie.; Hilt p; AVn- section will be heard 'at Trinity When anj vehicle you own comes.
sand Ladies Skirts GOING AT COST ion, Ib; Rice. 2b; Gantler. 3b; A. Bar- Church this evening. Mr. Albert W., upon hard times-through accident.'

I /0'. l' die, ss; Yarboro ih,1t; Dillon, cf; Snow choirmaster at the Church of over nsagi careless handling, what
: ,Cruz. rf. The game win be called .the Advent will direct the concert and '
At 3:30 o'clock. Mr. William ,A. Paull will be at the not-trundle n 'ro1U1d here and ,.
City Loan 'Offices Qpp, P Q,, .. I.organ i it set to Rights In short order at a.,-

r. : 14 Miami Transfer Company often for short pricf.' carriage' and wagosi''
tale 60 road saddle, coach heavy Jraft i- EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT repairers ire we. 9

I and farm,horses. Harness carriages, ANY BUSINESS
I new and second handed at bargains -- k. A. DANN t
I BEST REFERENCESFRED.
.. Before .shipping horses for the summer 5?
i- -I will offer for sale E. RANKIN *'
fine
we as a. 423 Eleventh Street. Miami, Fla.:
BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. t
: line of'horses u'ever cam to the .
'. ,.. State of Florida, at'reasonable prices. t i 1
'- Apply at stable or write to J. 1C.
Hanley General Manager Miami. Fla. '
.. "" 'J LeMomliWonderful r
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., ,q, r ,' 'i! BroasW; want to list' year property "eater''CURfS :' Miami Transfer' i


Raised Phenomenal' CropsMr.
.
i ).. T. E. Savage, living near the ==
city, has brought; to the Metropolis Company
! office a sweet potato weighing several Inflam'atton, Cats Bruises Burns
pounds and which he Is the Chapped Skin, Rougt! ness Blackheads
says average
Pimples and Eczema. Keep I 229 12th street Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110
size af a quantity raised on a ,
small patch of land at his home. So Complexion. soft, smooth and frestf Garage and Stabhs 11th street near Ark E,. Phone No.'100

large was,the yield that, figuring Proportionately
5 hundred bushels would Price 25c
: Horses and
I f Carriages
have been produced from one acre of Sold Com ,
by Biscayne Drug pan y
iw ground lira Savage says also that i
Automobilesfor
'

: ;'r--, hire by the hour.- dar, week or montlu Automobile storage -, .
$2.50' $2.50 t; repairs and supplies. Agents for th: famous FORD au
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and deliver ;d. Special facilitiesfor

I moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets: every train. Baggage
transferred. ALL orders receive P.ROMPT Attention.
and .
and I

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Watch Thls'Space L i "f
II -
S3.00:_ $3.00 'If ro FIRST }

Ii CLASS... HorseShoeing;
I .
I AND DISEASED HOOF SEE J

.. 1 itl. F. LaFontisee 708 7th

Besides'this patent Gibson te: we have models of soft ...........,..1..r, Stl
Mack kid and gum metal, in variety of shapes and designs t.

They are bere-iri all shapes and leathers at $l50 and $3.00 For Tomorrow's Sale "
Dade Co. Title Ihsurana I

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I and Trust Company,

OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCOR ORATED x;fI

Magnolia Grocery .Company I Paid Up Capital 75000. Surplus. $12,0001'
.
I 1] Insures land titles, prepares abstracts f titles,loan and: iI i-;:
i invests money on its own account and f >r other Acts as :V't
Telephone. Corner tfrenue D..and:it/t [Street. I I agent, attorney-in-fact trustee assignee, exe.-utor.re- .:gcelver -'

.' ,"or guardian. Address all c mmnnications toMiamtf'Florida_ '
\
I.y "_ 3-- lis.. L. Pattrson Sec and, Treas. .

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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLISWEONESDAY, MAY 2. 1906 -
PAQE ELEVEN

Mr. Fernando Gato E. H. Cato, Jr. Before I I.It For County Representative 1
t I
ISLAND CITY( .,1 the leave-taking the guests In UNOFFICIALPRIMARY Vote for one.
t
; = Railway.
Flor-ence C'J Florida East Coast
i 'W. TVATSON. --1 1I }
SOCIAL()( fATURtSA handsome dwelling as aback ground. -I
Ii them. I BALLOTFOR GEORGE A. WORLEY. I
anj Dr. Maloney photographed /
i These pictures will be pleasing soure-' Local Time Card: No. 66 In Effect. ipril 16199.SOUTE .

iI I nlrs of the delightful occasion. .
I r For Clerk of Circuit Court .EOURf!-LEAD DOWN RORm40URD..lAD or 1, .
I Vote for one.
I I I THE MONTH OF MAY. I'
NUMBER OF PARTIES AND ENTERTAINMENTS i : BTJLTIOS1Juboirlll "
prop B.U, AayI
I FOR THE INSTRUCTION OF ELEC-- EUGENE,H. DliUCK. seal l
I GIVEN Data E<<.:tl1.1 Moito ,Compiled Fro ,, 7 7aPE I Mat
Lto JLf
THERE-j Jupiter Station Records TORS IN tHE DADE COUNTY S. O. FITTS. /MpaTSOpB wpm 1 a'9 .. .....uaJacbo..W. _LvLr. T17p15p.
-' WORK COMMENCED' Ce>a ....Auymln*__ T/gg
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ROAD, EXTENSION HARBOR i The following data covering a period ELECTION vPRIMARY" MAY is. 1'. W. HAHN. fUpB5S3 UM s :_ ._..kII HiitinM.. a5 $SS4PMJOS.: 1 Want

1, of 18 years has been compiled J. F.. |>iaTSpS TTWlltpa ale m .r... .p hIa _._-Ar I. I bpi 1 IM .
I weather bureau records, at JAUDOX. .. '
from the Iii __I&a eta I" 5 1&Ii.
Jupiter. They are issued to show the .... ._____ka M.-_.. .. __..-AI ,
Metropolis,Bureau conditions that have prevailed duringthe Z. T. KERRITT. L. .au..II. I.. 4
,. ,.,::' ., 14pp 1! _D /fpt /Maas
' Key West. May 1. month In question, for the above In order thai the Dade County: electors C 4 p t eopt .:. .Onaood-poot .: _. .:.. IM pr Ss

I"' Mrs '91. H. Decker eAtezUxned at period of years but must not be construed may become familiar with the For County Treasurer .!M Dpi* !Mpt .. .Fort 0.,Omar_* sees 4I7Mj
aa elaborate luncheon and card party u a forecast of the weather form and arrangement of the names Vote for one W stop* ., ..Kr tarn__ 118 41ste
Tuesday afternoon. The number of, conditions for the coming month. B."a....... lips
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vartoui will SUM Mpp"t __ 4
of the candidates: u they 4 Otaa..CSty u Wpae 111pat
guests wa sixty. Temperature-Meaa or normal 72.2 GEORGE O. CURR1EC. : 11 seat 1 .__Otean City .. .__ 818 IIl
A telegram was received from Mrs. degrees. The warmest month was that appear oa the official ballot toe TOte KratanM0

Frank Hayes now living la SaD Francisco ot ItOl with an average temperature 'In the May primary we have prepare H. RAULERSON = '1 1 lop. ar" ..._._.-TltTUTUl-kHUl_... t-"t:::e4 I/Mat Mat ,
but formerly of this city stating of 78.7: coldest month was that of an unofficial ballot which will be found 11 MM upt w

'; that herself and family were.unharmed 1891 with an average of 74.4. The .below. i|p 1 It n. Let.----aaavd.see oe ...----\ar I U Mat t
$ by the earthquake.' highest temperature was 93 'degrees only For Tax Collector. .. :=1
ballot oneevUis
We have placed oa this Vote for one. It alai U'tt II .. : ittpMMp5 9
Mrs. W.Boat Harris was hostels'tothe on the lit 1892. and the lowest tem .. I leaea
i the name ot,those whom we know II Mat $ Npt .Boektodn..XaoutiiU.
.. .. .,.. ii
Married Ladles' Card Club last perature 63 on the 8th 1898. ..... __ ___ 1147PMUI7M.
to be candidates for the various offices JSSUpm .. ..
T. _
N. GAUTIER.T. :
i Melboa.
Average for the .. -' .. u'a1.pt.1 twat141st
beautiful -
Wednesday evening. The Precipitation Other names-will likely be added before I se a lope. iebW' ..
prizes were won by" Mrs. George L. month.4.85 Inches; average number of the time for the of .s sepr ..5l.. lASe. ISM.. uetatS ,
k ,elapses placing J. HARDEE. ... / .. .. ron PMa.- ..___ ..,.
Lowe, Mrs rfard) Mrs., Phillips and ,days on which .01 Inch or more of precipitation ....lImentlm; the hands of the executive ,s IOUI s "__ T1N...U._ _II IJpe
9. The rpt II 10 taxi 11 1810
Mr. Pierce: occnred. greatest committee. &4.
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,
U.
Dr. J. B. Maloney entertained a party precipitation was 1J.51 inches In'1890-: la signifying your choice for' any For Tax Assessor. 1 Slam Sp* a___ I.II. UW... I'sept
ot,twelve at luncheon: last, Thursday and,the least amount of rala.'all was candidate the,voter should rememberthat Vote for oneGEORGE 410UB 1'M q Hob. goo.4. /MM II.5.
_

;. la honor of Major GeneralFoster L1S Inches la 1898. The greatest a cross mark must be made before .11I&ta_. i Up _Will.Ua rmlm BMe_ 1 u11i.t i W01ji.. :
Major Dupray and CoL Walter P. COP- amount of precipitation recordede In the candidate's: name or oa the O. BUTLER /sm4tpt ... ..,_.--Bor.- eldest .Clips a :
s ... .. _.Del __ S maI Wpa s14st
SUMSTWtm 7
r.;? bett. After.the delicious luncheon any twenty-four hours, consecutively, left band sMe If the cross U made 40pHpa sopa yon Lauderdale ... *** .7 Mpn w1$7t
r.1''the guests repaired to the smoking was 8.76 Inches on the 80th and 21st on the right aand side the vote win For County Commissioner.. 47p* "_ Deals _... Tit- 7 tDpa,. .

)! :t room and a pleasant hour was spent 1897. not count for,the office la which this District No.. 1 TSSus1tom lOKpalOWpa i "...,._--- Ballaltdal. .. i JWM4tata 7u"
,"' .. la telling stories and amusing anec Relative Humidity Average at 8 n. error Is madl' Vote for ens.HARRY AT viol 4y __ u loop OIpS* roo

-lf dotes. In the meanwhile Miss Florence m, 78; at 8 p. m, 80. Any marks; appearing on the ballot > What k1.I ... _. .ao-KUmL..tw. .. L" !**.. 1 1II. .'e
Maloney rendered several selections Clouds and Weather-The prevail (other than-""the cross) for ladeattflcation DUBOia l i;

'i, on the piano. The guests were Ing winds have been from the southeast or mutilation, will Invalidate oaf P.rterC.n on tnla 5 and 71 Bofftt hoping Oui oa truss n It .
..,., Major General Foster Major Dupray, with an average velocity of 9.8 same and tie inspectors of election C. W. McPHERSON.For Dally ueopl Bandar.Sin. .
Phil miles. The highest velocity of wind will not count the ballot. :
CoL Corbert. Dt. Banks-Major .I* k
.It
BPI CoL Broiler, Hon. G. W. Allen was 48 miles per hour from the north The ballot as prepared a* follows: County Commissioner M ae t1 Dilly 1411 aa7{ kuvpon MUKa h .1tI1"

Mr. John Wardlow. Hon., H. Harris. west on the 27th. 1902. District No. Z. DOT oath
UNOFFICIAL BALLOT'DemocraticPrimary Vote for one.GEORGE. IT
9 top 1181 WP1OObaLvJackeonrnla _TOO Ilea II /aop 9 p '
I QUALIFICATIONS OF ELECTORS: ".....louthJ.ck.oa.WS. i5' SSteUMpS00 1 up /11p
tup 1 /Up ORplOOe* '
Election: held B., BAKER M SOul 711pSbop! 40plOS9* .B.blo B .eh..... / 'll>0pT4CMUOOD 1 I P
16, 1906, Precinct No. Dade ..Ai.tb BMC& I1 ba ywltll SteW
May MtSp >9 (Kp /
DEMOCRATIC top 410p luoslr.. __..M.ypoft. _l loos SflOp I JOmremgcm ,
< OF TI1E PRIMARY County Florida. Make a cross (X) WILLIAM HEIiL .

ij' mark before,the name of the candidateof ''JLKI OCCPEHTU STEHSCT COSHECIIUS,AT lUlL ,
your choice. PAUL C. JONES.
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d OM Cecsectio taw at Aral,witi Stausklfi" el,tfe: *,P. A, 0.)S. S. ..,.., tie
P I la order to participate la the primary before January 1, 1905. must pay For Representative In. Congress For County Commissioner : a
:
,election every Democrat must onepoll tax for the year 1905. Vote for Ores.FRANK. District No.'S. Havana and: Key West "
Any male person who eame'to'the "*?' :
'register on or before NEXT MONDAY State of Florida before January L | Vote for one.R. .
:CLARK. Two: Sailing Each ,Week.
Apr1130tb. 1904. must pay one poll for each ot. .J.
L. WALL. ..... N. Tra..tc..
7' PoD taxes for the years 104 and the years 1904. and 1905.. : For Justices Supreme Court Trafee Pesooeprs at lhip'e .

!' 1905-one'dollar for each ,..r-aiuat Any mat person,who came to the Vote,for twOi. ;T. A. WINFIELD. .t TISM TibUi*ov the...M wkteh.....SMT to.......toanlte at a4 lessWun.uap4Ip
State of Florida after January 1, DOt, ... ,,.Ma u_anIftIw.........is She...elaesiaeegaraa t..4
: I ,be paid to the county tax collector' oa and before January 1, 110, most pay RJOnUL. _......Qaapu7..ie&4..1 ...........,....,....,...ep a.eaaetatug$6e..aet,

:1 or before 8ATURDATt ,MAT STH; one.poll tax for the year,,1905 CHASES.;;, PA For County Commissioner For.C *7 II tk* LOCAL TUU CARD *rVSEE Other....r',.. ,?
anless *o paid yon cannot rot la the Any male person who became U District No. 4. ; '

{$ May primary *' years of age before,January L.1104.1s J. B. WHITFIELD.. Vote for one.'A.'Lee. THE .TICKET AGENT." | "

', The following Information relative exempt from poll taxation. J. D. RAHNBR, ANt. OM!. Pau. Aft. $f.'AUOUSTtNB FLA::
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r.
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to paring poll taxes Is published forth Any male person :who became M For Railroad Commissioner ,.. Allen. -- ,
benefit of those not thoroughly familiar years.of age after January 1, 1904 Vote for two.,.| -
.. with the requirements of. the and before January 1. 1105. mast pay J. J. Holly '
law la the premises: one poll tax for the rear 1104. THOS, ,J.' APPLETARD.
.
Any. male person who became, SI Any male person who has lost a For County Commissioner Wml) Curry's Sons;

-} years of age before aJanary 1. 1,", limb in battle U exempt from all,poll B. BvfBAILBT.NHWTON District No. 6. .
must pay one for each: of the yean taxation. Vote ,for one. t 'I '
1904 and 1905., Any male person who became SI A. BUTCH.R. .: Key West Florida
Any mat person who became U years of age after January,1,.1905, Is '- -, KIRK MUNROE.: / I HEADQUARTERS FOR
? Tears of age before January'1,,1104. exempt from taxation. ,-; HUDSON BURR .

ryIi B. G, TwEEDELL. Ship Chandlery, Building'' ;x:
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.. f Materials Of 'A'ti'Kinds.
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.. ., ,",. .. ', I' For, Member County School Board,
I";, "" h .'-.. fi \ ': .; First District Coal and l Steam marine Railways, Machine pe.pAll B
:.: =:,: ';;: \ ,.; .,, ::,, >, Ji. ', :.., '> : .'I et .
MsJt.:. > .:-.t f- >, ." ,...;; jf. __:1"" ', L Vote for one. '
.. /i$':" "' ':" ''t.1':! ..,,;.. .t'f.'.. '..1":1"' "",' h'to} dr.-'o1t'i."f.; ; :.. ".:.""' :( "L' kinds of rewiring. Boiler;and Steam Fitting can oe. {done at tat xr
:, ,_ 1. >, i -J-' shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert meeainl:.
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1-' For Member County School Board .

; Second District I '. "j

:\ ,' Vote for one. I\L J. YarhorougIContractor
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,Base, ,Ball 1, ":: f'f'I 'For'Kember Third County District School Board and. .- Builder lf

Vote for "
-. t ': one. BcJidcr of the Palm, Beach dotel

:>' : W. W FARIS. t
I'z: 1 House Moving a Specia tyContractors
s _z .' ,": Crt! '
'.:: For Constable
t 'I ,
] Florida
Miami
x Tenth District
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Vote Tor one.JOHN tr
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," : F.' DEBERRT.
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.1"TOMORROMiami:: < f W. 'H. MORRIS. -

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.; Property dbers
; 1 .: ". !. ', .' SAMUEL ROUNDTREE.PIERRE :. AND
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,S.- TITUS.
,. "I" Hyou don't want to SAVE MONEY

: ;, W. J. WILSON.. j we can't help,you. If you do, come't4 ,', '}


t For Supervisor of Registration. -
Vote for one. The A. McDonald Co.


vs.Cubans J. CJ] BURTESHAW. JJ


:: > For Fish and Game Warden an buy your building material. Loug Leaf J


'.."t. Vote for one.GOVERNMENT yellow Pine and Cypress of all kinds., t

.. ;(?t.I We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement Sash Doon'a

",.".>."',',, Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires'
,
: ., .rtk' APPROPRIATION j at lowest; possible figure. j


.: .I ".' ,' SPENT FOR SUPPLIES You Know |where we are. nth Street. Mialni.i FloridaLofton

-L: Washington. May 1=During a brlei -r-
discussion In the Senate today and


This game promises to be the best of thefseason ,:(: and referring Congress a half to million the for disposition the dollars relief appropriatedby of of the the California two t & Ei! 1 gMachine a


sufferers Mr. Allison said that

The Cubans outplayed! Miami last Thursday by a ;r.- ., nearly the in procuring entire sum srppici had been under expended < V

the direction 0: the Secretary of War. I Shop


4-4 -JJpre' of four to three in a ten inning game, :: :.: : I Is the Moon Inhabited !s 'I Across The River. '

a, ft! ;.: ; "
.,::, Science has proven that the moon Will
short
repair your engine on r otice.
has an atmosphere, which makes ute ,

: '_ In some form possible on that satellitebut Expert Gas Engine Men. We p-
Admission to Grandstand 15xents p not for human beings who haTe a i carry
: bard enough time ou this earth of ours coils
batteries
:} especially those who dont know that i dynamos, plugs, wire,
Electric Bitters cure headache, biliousness -
V '.f: x-(1*( ,: : I malaria chQIs andfever. jaundice : screws, switches _

; ;;c : > dyspepsia, dizziness", torpl.J'lIver.IrJdneJ .
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I't. : .
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,'),"" '' :':J. ""!; ,;-::" ",. :c ,..;<.. '-', .'"1';".'"' .'C'1 .:':,.- -." complalnts, eneral debility and
',. '.' r e female weaknesses Unequaled as a
l.h general tonic and appetizer for weak Lofton&E
1 : I i persons and especially for the aged. It; eigtd'Rric

(induces sound sleep.' Fully guaranteed i
by all druggists. Price only SOc<< I
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a ;. ,x 'tax li' s sr y a59Y; jt r a } i. 00at-,4-_



"'Ji"'W ''-''7ttu'"i. : ; !i :1'', R'1s' l . It-''W. ;.f': fiI\I'.:''''''' ''."' }1"'.''' ''''""" ,- '.n" ,'<;"'fi.1'! ".".''! (ll'S." "-'.' V.f ,,*. u.-- r *, ..,- ,. '. '''.''\ ...'. ." "- ,(. ....... '. .- ... _." ," -.
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PAGE,rwELYE THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS WEDNESDAY MAY 2. UOI

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'J r ,![I necessity( for protection from cold, and ,',

QUESTIONS ANSWERED I Uiere ls thus a saving of about 1300 t '.

an acre which lithe coat of shedding I

furthlt north. There are ten to twelve
thousand plant to the acre and the l Bank of

j .iforraation of Interest to the "f Prospective .Settler fruit: bricgi in the neighborhood ortrom'O pay8isc yne

Southern cents a dozen for Red Spanishto
., Concerning Miami andQthe
26,|cents a piece for Porto Bled ]

t Portion of Dade County. percentage of plants fruiting depenJf 1

_fnpon the care and Judgment exercised 3 OR AN1ZED_ 1896

in their culture, some. growers _

having succeeded In securing fruit

electric Uzhta, from 80 cent of the plants la their a t
a directed to lens of civilization u per .
: the So Metropolis many lBQnlrieare by prospector, settlers,j I[water works, sewerage telephone ays-. pIDer .. ."". (Capita! $27.300. Surplus $3.500.000. Deposits over' $200.000.00

or home seekers concerning condition tem free 'man delivery.tkrw :newspapers Lards may b* purchased from $5 or 4

existing Instill put of "country,I two national banks, one State f 10 fin acre up, depending on proxlm

of correspondence entailed -bank *u. It has miles of beautiful. sty tcr roads sal shipping point Good
and the burden
wait stone:. It Is l&11d'on rock road within ( miles of
bus become to beaty,. street of native : f
that 'we thereby hare attempted In the foliowtaf practically the terminus of the Florida'' Miami may be had for WO'an acre and i Statement at the ((close of business; ;February I

a uttcleto: mnmarlz. each labor East: Coast Railway for though aa extension i. sometimes Ic,.thaw that um for land *
1906
matron* 1* most, Important; and to of the road ha recently been not Immediately on a road. The same 23, as reported to the State Comptroller

answer the question most'frequenU'g built, penetrating th* farming lands quality of land farther away from JlV .

asked. It U hoped by this mean that forty-fir miles south this 1s merelya i transportation facilities can, of course, "m
of which feeder to the commerce of this city. be par chased for Jess The land la unpromising .
the I
4 a ample copy of paper I :
kmndredi'are sent outwill, Inmost Her are located the steamship docks In appearance to theM a* I

+ cues; serve'the purpose Intended bet [of tie P. ft; O. Steamship Company customed to the deep rich sous a Resources

z ter.thatt a'personal letter. Specific In I whose lines use operated to Key West other]States, being rockysad IUd .; I

,formation mil be obtained by 'writingto ,to .Havana and to Nassau ,,Immense yet J results can be obtained from 11farln Loans and discount L ... . . . . 159.851.13$ s.

any of the real estate or other firm : wharves, etc, are'being projected, to' ecess of the returns nailed Real Estate owned. r" .' .. . ... ; d 7.531.91

:whose advertisements' appear .Inn this i keep pac with the vastly Increased' from|the more fertile aectioni'of the Furniture and fixturesCurrent . . . ; .p. X3,115.25
:maritime business that'mnst follow on country, Fertilizer must be used, but -
piper; and the best way:to become familiar work the;j feturns than e expenses .. . . .'. . 1.26.1.83'
with local conditions,, proiJ' '". the deepening of the harbor, on more justify the s.. .

u Industries and current. ,happenings, ,which Is now actually progressing An Bflllnre Involved Cash Account
this appropriation of $300,000 has been secure Peopleof; energy and Industry are .
whHe_contemplating removing to i .J
a section, I* through reading the Daily J from the government'for harbor heartily'! welcomed, 'and the country's I ., U.S. Bonds ,. . . . . .$ 2200.00 .

,or the_Weekly Metropolis, the.former Improvements and the Florida development being practically' : Ds 'Due from Banks. . . . . '58.379.50
East Cout Railroad is also pledged to gunjuiere is room for a4 to reap thebenefts
: of,which will be sent to 'an1.addrea.t which must the Cash in Vault. .'. . . . . 39,942.29Total .
expend a like amount Thus 1600.000 ensue as result
the rate of $5.00''Weekly a year"; $L5 aUrge for is now being used for this purpose andit "'Af such Cevelopmenc Capital findsherd t available cash. .. . . ..... . : 100.521.79
three months; the \IiIi ,
for $1.50 Is a moral certainty that further appropriations most profitable Investment while UOf
$-pagepeper-being"mailed;
'' will be secured,until the labor is la demand and well paid. People > Liabilities
.*.year. 1 '
harbor I* In a condition commensuratewith 'bt moderate means who come here 282.281.1'
THECiTYoritLua: ,
1U Importance"from'a commer: anj'bny a small tract of land,make a ;
out of the'wDlerness mine ) Capital Stock..1Surplus t : . . :.' .'. . ,
Sprang cial, geographical, and strategical modest home set out fruit trees, and < : ,
jean ago the railroad baring reached standpoint Importance fecoplze4 while waiting for these to come Into r . -. ; .]. . ; .: . . ; . 3,500.00

this point April 15.1511 Prior to this by public men at the national 'capital, bearing. engage In trucking. aretau ,(. Dividends; not called for.-. : :. .. I 140.00l,433.ar "

time one tore, whoa trade was' ptmdp&Ei and ball who will study the location I;wajV/ without- exception successful. : Earnings accounts; . . : : : :. .i. .

with the bcU&u..and afew of this 'port'and its elation.to Insular I n4)hl. IUccei Costa leas effort'than f, Bills payable . ... . . . . . '25000.00
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ij Mattered ra-.m..t1D&.out a-precar- and South1 American commerce, :to In other parts of the country, w1a1J.the' Cashier's checks . . . .. . :. .. .;. 994.IP

'S iots'UreUkcod'b7 toontie'etarch'werethe wrecking\ ...t'tu any nothing of the vast trail 'that Imatlc cbrditioni render out-door Ii Bank deposits ;.. .. ;! . .. : .'. . .4 9,854.38

.otanafacfaK. idencWbf of cirilliatlon: On must. spring,bltO eilstenc.: upon the work possible every day, in the year Certificates of deposit o. ;. t.. '. .: . 15,732.68 .
only ? completion of the Panama 'canal with]the health benefits of, such"anopenair
Incorporated Individual deposits. .. L. 198,326.66
July tt, ISM, Miami, was i. t ' ' ,
f ,: .ut at'the'map wiiT show the life thrown In At the same .
'
u a city, furnishing perhaps the only most casual oberver.th: possibilities timi people who are enjoying'healthinir : $282,281.911' :}

Instance'em 'recot.! In''Which" full f the future holds'f i fbi Magic City. moderate success'.61 their present ,

ledged city'came into .existeaa witheat aboes.! ad better'stay where they ar*. '
SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES The State law that bank shall
Three I requires a keep 20 per cent
been atowa._ '
first having There should be weighty Influence ill.
.undred'registered! T.ter* are requiredto : 'MiamI2ascne State tof,..the. iest.. .publicseboo'a anyone to make a reasons move of to such '. of its deposits In cash,] or with reserve' banks. This bank;.;4s',
be called' ja ,ihe ; embracing both will be by the above has 'over
entitle any commuult to importance :People who'have'made seen statement 40 per,cent. ..
the'common high school courses. .
amr; leaf ,than.;ttiat.numberconat: -, "bllUdlDpf and failures: elsewhere are'not life y lomr -' : its deposits available In cash. No bank In'the state makes :

gyp: tuUng a'town'At. a'meeting held for: The- ,'and there ar*Is Urg'anlSroir a competent'corps ventilated ;;successful her.1 Intelllgenc and '; 4 < titter showing, or Is hi a better condition to serve Its deposlto f' :

w 'the' pnrpM ,of Incorporation three of teachers: A Catholic convent,'second Industry are :*s essential to good for : I Is : .

;; and one-half month after the first' ,to Jl D":1n: the State, isin'vfail tun1 i :here ala; any other'part of .the
renebed votes "
} train Miami. $44:\ were': cob! ; L
tf'.uii operation, giving Instructions.to Loth ,. : ., .
oast. ne yfeiMBaal growth !: 'lfh f. -
desired to 1A At
engage general
f sexes also t
There are prints schools, .
early :period .has, been ustaln4* a musical; conservatory:and art school 'arming in the raising of wheat com : .t-

throughout"the tight. years of-the- city? "*-. so that" every educational .need maybe ordats, peaches apples grapes 'or ._'_ __ .. ... ._ '- -. -4-- .. .

fcj tory. I supplied There are 'about thirty other products of the temperat zone .. 4 ', i 'o -

POPULATION- ., KTCL, : ,i flourishing;schools In. the.:county.Every once must cast his lot some hundreds of '-. f

;- Miami. baa at present a reI1deatpopuiatloli I i religions'denomlnatica is represented miles,to the north and accept the cold t
.
of 1Hjtwe n--6.000 and 7.000. In,! and the' following .,have thai' is part of, tie. 'egacy' of JUlia r' : f
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4
the winter months,.thl* Popu1&t1oa'lll handsome'church: buIld 1ca- Presby wBere" these thing* can be 'grown Fort Natioi'allkI

3Y augmented by ti*, addition of thow I terian.',Episcopalian,..Cauaic, M. E Neither! I* thl*'a hock raising CoutrJ.// The''' Dallas

ands of visitors mostly of the' 'WeaIn-1 l Church: U. .E. [Church-' South., ;and There 1* a "no fence law",
lest clines ..rho come to enjoy I Baptist great, bon to the' settler: of limited

x Ideal .cUmate and the finest fishing lathe i : .SOILS; .Al..D"PRODUCT*' means, and there Is .very UtU.liv.stock '. -
'
world.To'accommodato _tbeselvieitore in the ,coBctry On the other t 6774'
'' The principal, Industry)* ibIs .HI> / .
,nu. are numerous hotels II winter hand.' If It Is desired to.engage la th* f ..
.. '
tioa Is th* growing of fruit aad J
;ft, at,boarding bowl* principal'amongwhich I vegetable for tbs' Northern caru" cultured f citrus fruits;pineapples, TS LI
u the stately HoUl.Eoyal. Palm rims tropical: or semitropical:traits, ; ; ; ... e:
; Tomatoes form. ;th. staple crop th'growlng vegetafsles I ,r ; -4 I"f( 5 ..,fh t. tt 1 I'.t' : I
It ud th* grand new Halcyon Balljbota i there ; ft at the air I
but are large Quantities of other
ttk# monuments In size: grandeur. and a*' vegetables grown,, such.,as ,tomatoes sofof, the year.when'all other!parts United States Depository.' ::::: oeposi10rySt Florida
frtjpifinAtHTif facilities)'; of the'coutrr,, are la the grip of wla- teff
egg plant peppers/jeans eta Th* 1 '
,. t Toe population U cosmopolitan; tr-'' planting ,Ieuoa.extents from about tt r/thl: section offers,decided sdmbages .
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every state In the Cnlo faralshlng its the over any other portion, of ta* I
October! to January and bulk *"
representatfrea.: Aa'.ndtdrahl -. United States. 'r '
cuota
of th* shipments are lent North from ,

4' foreign, element CUMATB to unknown. I i Novemberuntil 'May,Intboagh'there NOTICE Report of_ condition on April 6th.;J 1906. as reported to

p being practically, BO" difference,la;"the i TO CONTRACTORS.
:
!
.Writing from.ptnoaal. experitnc., seasons,''seeds may b* planted or Veg.etable ,: j" "*\ : ihe Comptroller of _the ( -ndensed >. ;
California and other *ec-
a.fJer'TlI1tJq gathered aj--'i la the Sealed proposals'"will be received ,, .
any year. .. .:; .;
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thus where c&catlc coalItiui: are Vegetable -are'grown' a11j.on'the bj-f the undersigned /:until twelve .."f. ; ... t j ... '
considered at their best,'vs can unhesItatiagly o'clock (1% .
prairie lands, which ?are free Iron.>. noon m.) 'Tuea.Ja1.Uay: W v .
ti the ; 29:.1906, for the erection '
saw thai Miami ha mostperfect and com.ple't1on ResourcesLoans
Umber and are composed of a kind of t
wIter'ellmati la, the 'UAUe.IStatee of a two-story'and basement t. .
marL -Concrete Block .Buildingknown .
Cold 1* almost unknown era,, f ,
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asthe Wear Palm Beach High and '
Ih* slightest frost being, rery"'rare, ,Fruits ar* grown.on pin ands Graded School Building'at; West and discounts.i t.. . .. ....... ..... ..........$422,070.60. .

+ by Th*the'warmth cooling Or'ninm.,IIrtesea...from' la tempered the.AUntie.and prairies which,are'slightly', and In this section higher;very.than rocky the Film with":plans Beach and Florida drawings'.In accordance,preparedb Overdrafts!, 8ec red. .| ........ ... .-...'... ........ .."H. 18r747.78' '

the highest temperature This! rock Is' a' peculiar coral formation ;Bruce Everett A: Hays; architects, U. $. Bonds, and'.prenium.! .. .... ,....:y.i..: !:.. .'..... ,71J300.p6
CODta1D1. 1; great deal of! plant food, } Engllsh-AmerIcan, Building .
t recorded,1>>>y,the summer government months thermometer Is IS. as evidenced by the tact that la many Atlanta. Ga., Other stocks and Bonds.... . .. ....*.'.. ]::,,:..) ; .. >?.... .U',bOO.OO
during the fA certified check lorOse, Thousand
4 I' placeorang and other fruit tree are ; ', House..J.-------: [ : :: :.
HEALTH ; Dollars ($1,000) must accompany each Banking : ; 50 f>oO.OO
th'first In tobeeen! bearing thriftily though bid as a guarantee that tile contractorwill
4' ,Ta. dry rank 'among of health' apparently at&DcUnI'n' solid plateof : enter Into contract, for the erection DAle from banks and U. S. Treasurer .. .../... .. ...... .. 74,657.92
tk 17D1te4 State.In'potst t
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.
4Y ?heel is 'entire freedom from malaria.. honeycombed this rocky structure'the1;Being of a porous'root or of Copies of said of .building.plan and, specification Cash in vault '. .: + .. ... .. .... .... .. ..v. :. 47J758'.83

and there. are BO 'preYalllng 411e&HL"'DOH can ,be obtained from the undersigned !
the tree are enabled to"penetrate It : 725235.13
sUments w1l1c1i'are comJIIOD'to or the architects. 2 all >parts 'of th* country seem;to lie and 4 'aw'ample sustenance from'whatwould rat; $10 will be required to Insure "
appear to bit a very unpromising prompt and safe; return of the plans
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power. .
In of their as
ken robbed part, Liabllities''Capital. ,
specifications. | j/
and
thy"usually appear' to *.mild form .source.:, .Tblsarock'bytheway: ,
which make a beautiful'and durable buildIng I. !}i The usual rights reserved. i
and rarely lean* the bad"effects Si H. C. 1100.).

+ tonow.ln th* wake 'of Ilk.disease: material, and the new courthouse I Chairman Board of School' Trustees .'. . . .\;.. ... .. .,...... ....".',-. ... ,.$100006.00
and jail u well as several residence \V est Palm Beach.,Fla.. : ,
: Scarlet'ferer sad dlpa-
a -.x.elrbere In the city built:'of :this' stone'are I Surplu and undivided profits..... .... .. ..:.. ;. .. .. 6 766.67
tech are uknowa.. whf typhoid : ,

fever 1* rarely heard of. It Is a deslr- much admired by all visitors. It also I Human Blood Mark I National Bank Xot 8. ... ., .. ......... .. .. .. .. b2t000.00DEPOSITS..666,468.46 '.
s make the finest road material la the
eMs place for those suffering from A tale of horror was* told by mark
world, and Dad leads a4 others ,
county ;
: P.zrk I
> lung troubles, asthmac and ot: human blood in the uume of J..W.
tiwiii.T disease which. are prevalent In the'State in mileage and condition Williams, a well known merchant of '! $725235.13* .

order' eUmate Many person affected of her highways. ?ac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty Tears :
to
with these 'Ills have com her on. fruits ;cultivated: are: chiefly Ago I had severe hemorrhage of the
lungs and was near death wuen I ben -
4 and baTe been cured or greatly bens giape-tniit." oranges, and pineapple, taking Dr. King's New Discovery .
Bttei. Of course, this Is sot th* caseIn guavs*. mangoes'avocado pears and ijt cures'hemorrhages,"chronic coughs i.
e1'ef11 Instanco..',People dl. hers:, as limes use largely produced but being fettled colds and bronchitis/ Is The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old a id new-every

they do everywher* em.No. country Indigenous to the country,they thrive tie only known cure for weak lungs. favor consistent with sound banking ideas.,' and every accomoda ion in keeping,
Every bottle guaranteed by an drug
with little'or"no'calttntfon:" : : Citrus balances and financial .
where people with their standing.
e# has yet been discovered ; stats SOc and II. 'Trial botle free: v
'are immune from death and ;dlwase. trees 'willf require:from* .three to five '

It the lime time; It may be truth- years .after planting to produce fruIt. H A Lucky Postmistress ./r. .
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Sully: said' that the conditions tending Pineapples: which grow von 'a- :plant ta Mrs. Alexander of.Cary 5Ie., who ,.

general healthfulness are as. favorable somewhat resembling: the cactus, and las found Dr. Klns's New Life Pills .
to
a* Inlay' section of,the country which"are propagated by:setting slip* jfor keeping!: the order.stomach'Tonll liver andliowela 'Wm.J M. Brown President'I:. Geo. R.. G< mph. Cashier
most or', suckers, bear, fruit, la .18 months In perfect agreellh
thaa
m
id far, more so her If you try these painless pur- ..
THE airs sTmntBUiaml after: plandig'! *In this section, they tillers that infuse new life.Guaranteed r -

posinses.sJI: modern Cou'ta. pre grown ..bJ the. open:there being no. i tl 1.11' 'drggHts. 'PHce :.k, "
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