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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 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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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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I Ii Hon. Jy: Watson A CandidateQualified THE FRANCISCO 4*

tSIX HUNDRED AND EIGHTEEN '', SAN HOSPITAL

By Years of Experience SICK


.NEWRECISTRATIDNS WERE MADE CONTAINING_ONE THOUSAND .


:;.I. Among the:most important offices to be filled in the approaching

MITCHELL WILL LEAD primary and election will be that of a Representative to the State Leg. METHODISTS MAY CHANGE

islature. It lean office that should be occupied by a man possessing THE, CHURCH RITUAL I ..

Approaching: [Elections Delegates In the Situation Present Coal Strike more than the'iverage ability of a clerk business man or professional -)

,l; man. 11'| Birmingham Ala. }day 3- The general Was Threatened B fire

Scranton Pa. May: 3- Filled with I Ia Such a man should possess the ,highest personality possible, for Conference of the Methodist Episcopal .'

i feeling that the strike is the only: much depends'iipon' the appearance, conduct and ability t f making; and Church. South} opened here this
the demands
to enforce upon
means 630 delegates, retaining friends. He should be a Man well versed in parliamentarylaw morning with a large attendance of
Registration in anthracite operators
A of 3.971
Total representing the hard coal districts of and rules;end should be fully acquainted in a general: manner with .. deleagtes from all parts of the South Laundry Was Completely Consumed r

b' the County Though But 1416 the United Mine Workers convened conditions that will arise and confront him during his term ot office, or I. This conference Is of unusual Importance Wire

: here today. the time that the Legislature is in session, and above all be should bea as some Important change in But,Flames Kept.

,.. |C. Have Paid Their Poll Taxes" controlling John Mitchell element presiding as many, will of be the the! 11 man clearly-conscious of his duties who will accept and treat theo I the church ritual will be 'proposed and Away From the Hospital, Proper

and Become Fully Qualified possible majority are Instructed tu ffice as a trust, not.his, butof the people. He should be a man above 1 thoroughly discussed. .
: follow his counsel. The appearance reproach, and tine that will do his duty as he sees and believes it at I Among these changes are the follow Medical Department of.

to Vote. I today of Dr. Charles Neal. United any and all times.HonorableJ. ing: To confer npon'nnordalned,' mlnls-
!i States Commissioner of Labor, gives i Army Establishing ,
ers, who hav pastoral charges
: rise to much conjecture. W. Watson has profitted by experience-that great,I may

... "" teacher-as representative irom Osceola county, and made a most I the right to administer sacraments HOrPil.-
-nt.i OPENING OF THE creditable record as a public servant and a Florida lawmaker. He has! end to perform the marriage ceremony:

'3.. C. Burteshaw supervisor of regllstratlon BOHEMIAN EXPOSITION. been succestful in business, .and by which we must judge: as much as To establish a department I of home I San Francisco, May 3- A Are which, '

4 Dade county fias received any other qualification{ his ability to serve, the people.A missions under the auspices of'th* I threatened the general hospital .at
of registrations
the om books all the and districts reports In the county. Enormous Crowd ReichenburgReichenberg Attended the Eventat resident;of Dade count but two years Mr. Watson has shown an General Board of.Missions, with an Presldo, in which .were mor* than one

ept No. 4 (Hypoluxo) and No. 12 I l interest in itiwelfare:* and 'progress sjch: as few other men have. He i assistant secretary! la charge to be thousand patients of the earthquake

.(Cutler), and gives out the following May 3- The North Bohemian 'bas proven himself a good citizen and in every manner is fitted to do elected by the Board. To secure a and hospital fire laundry.started early; today t.in the

'i' .loformatlon. howlng the Increased reg Industrial Exposition wasi tonor and j justice to the trust he seeks and if chosen the, Metropolisfeels uniform system of jlsy representation The laundry was comp ely, destroyed

;. opened and here in toJay the with al of exhibits an enormous in .certain that his duty will be well done.-Miami Metropolis March In district conferences throughout the but the flames *ere kept.
place presence
....... ,... 1 State. To ask that the general confer from the hospital building roper.The .
District No. 1, ...:.. ; crowd of visitors from an partsof 1 Sth. 1906
';" :District No." 2 .................; 12 Europe. It will remain open until ASOMETHING, ence spend more I'money upon the medical department jot the army : 5
\\1';District No.' 3.... ..:..;.:.;...... '48 October 31.. It Is designed principallyto Christian Advocate', and to enlarge is putting in operation complete '

_4:District No. 5 .. ....;:.......... show the products of the German and Improve that organ of the church. regimental field hospital using the it
District No.' fi ...;............... 13 speaking Austrian provinces. ABOUT WATER METERS experience gained In thej Spanish-
the
And finally, to extend
((District No. 7;............. ...... B ,The exposition Is beautifully: locates : 'pastor'stime American war and in the toast serr-
[T,District :NO. 8 .. ......;...;...;;... 13 and (of exquisite architecture. The I 0 limit from four j to eight :yean.MORRISON Ice. |
District No 9 ......;.....:..... .34 buildings are on the first terrace of up j The banks of the clearing houssas.eoclatlon'have
: District No." 10 .:........'..:...: 399 lands overlooking the city; and valleyof NOW- BEING INSTALLED[ HERE WEDDING arranged for special ,
--, District Na 11 .'...:..... ... ..:.: 24District Reichenberg with large artificial I I facilities to accommodate the new i eot

No. IS ................... 19 lake below, and surrounded In\every; Jltlons. t
': :District No. 14 .........;........ direction by: pine-clad mountains t New York May: ?- The wedding of
:District No. 15 .!.....,...:..... II which during moat of the exposition : I Miss Lillian Morrison, daughter of Mr INSURANCE COMPANIES,
Mrs. David )(. Morrison of this
and
,
period will be topped with snow. DISCUSS FIRE- LOSSESNew
Total ............. 18 ;Archduke Ferdinand" Karl being UTe Or. J. N. l MicGonigle, Superintendent' of Company, Talks About city and William ;J.,Tlngne, Jr.. win ..
Wsml.District No. 10. tie rep take place In'AU Sotols Church Fourth Insurance .
la chief patron of the exposition, as wellas York May: S- representatives
p tration list contained Ul names, ,the official representative o; the Purpose and the Result-Only EltrlYlll Users, of o'clock Avenue this and afternoon Twentieth, street Miss; Natalie at four of both the foreign ant
when the books were opened in April Emperor/pened the exposition In person domestic
companies met here yesterday -
which with the 399 new registrations by touching the electric button m Water Will be Materially Effected. Morrison a sister! of the bride will according to the TrIb....; to 418-
bridesmaids
of
be the
and 71 transfers from other precincts which set the machinery of the expo 1!Iii maid ionor and cuss action to effect a compromise' om
will be Miss Abby
; ot the county make the total number si lon in motion. It Is bettered that Putnam Morrison.a the adjustment of the San, Francisco
cousin of the bride and the Misses
,,or: registered voters la this precinct the Emperor will visit the expositionlater Deforest I losses. The attitude to be' taken and
(16. or aa increase ot 475.Thertotar .. on In the season.' This' is OleInt'reat 'to Mildred Harbeck. Kate Prentice instructions to adjusters-'for'med--a
= registration'ot.the county exposition held Bohemia' Constlerinv the fact that many persons consumed in excess o' the allowance Katherine Fisher Suzanne Merrill large part of. the discussion., The a
with Hypolnxo and Cutler, unreported and showing the wonderful industrial do not understand or comps to be paid for at tie rate so much a of Boston and Jeannette Abbott ] great companies expressed the '
water meters are being Installed cubic foot. of PlttsbnrgMrj Tlngne! best man { purpose Y
hend why
l is 3,971 though thelr'recaltratSoD.l development of the Kingdom whlcu Is : to be Just and even liberal, but
will swell the total-to considerably famous for its textiles its glass, china on their premises 'by the F. Jacksonville allows a yearly: consumption will be his brother, Howard Tlngne',.|the opinion prevailed that the earthquake "
't more than. 4,000. -,' and earthernware,' its jewelry; artificial E. C. \Vater>Works Co., a Metropolis of 36,000 gallons for $12. and the ushers selected are Frank F. losses should not be,'paid.* One
It .will be noted from the above figures flowers and ornaments its lace and reporter ,called on Dr. J. N. MacS This is at the rate of 8,000 gallons a Outerhridge Albert Vf. Putnam. C. well informed Insurance man said he
; that Miami, or the 10th District many other valuable home products Got gle. superintendent for the company month'at a tax of fl. Tampa permits D. Mallory. C. Sherman Hoyt Putnam believes that the companies; win ultimately ,
embracing Miami and the Immediate The exposition also contains an interestlng this morning, and was furnished a pearly consumption of 24,000 Morrison. W. E. Powers E. T. Gross, pay sixty to seventy.five'per t +
'It adjoining territory., contains more] display on forestry .education the following :reasons in substance for gallons for $18. Gainesville gives and Howard Cram The church' cere- cent of the aggregate amdunt of the wk
than one-third of the total registered and agriculture.SUMMARY -, and information relative to the service 24.000 gallons for $12. Various other mony will followed by a receptionat disaster. '

1 .rote of the county, and it is natural : j fa I cities allow about the same consump the house of the bride's parents. f,

l 1 j; that the greatest interest should be All cities l and towns throughout lions at a like price ranging from $12 LEPERS SEND. '
i 1;centered here. OF k RIlWEATHER he county: the size o* Miami have In to $18 per year. EPISCOPAL INCONTRIBUTION*
CHURCH
t; j, Even though registered?, but about use meters forithe.: correct measuring In Tampa an excess charge of U '
j."one-third. or 1,416 of the un'per- of consumption' water," said Dr. cents Is made for each one thousand Honolulu. May 3-The lepers of Mol- 1
tf; eons so qualified. have fully, qualified is MacGonigle. fit is a business proposi gallons of water consumed. Gainesvillegets BUILDING' okal, have passed deeply: religions resolutions v
-by: paying their poll taxes and unless .. tion. Miami JIll never had the met 19 cents per Hundred cubic feet AT and given funds to the 8aa I.
there is a greatly Increased activity in er system, and:we are installing It so of '750 gallons of water consumed Francisco sufferers. i
,tat line between now and tomorrow GIVEN that an may. fare Justly: in the use of above the allowance and this basis, or :"1
Mar 4. not more than half of water and believe that once the public very near It for excess :water, will be D NIA "UNCLE SAM IS ALRIGHT'r
those persons registered will be,elegtor have become familiar with the system used here, the water being measured ,

e rote in'' the primary. -fo _._'") that the,"?will be fully satisfied. by the foot and not gallons, owingto J Athens May 3- President Roosevelt .
,.';; FuHy duty'percent of those so qual- "I have been in correspondence the meters registering that way., has telegraphed to James Sullivan
filed,are residents of Miami and vidalty with superintendents of water works, As soon as the rules to govern the ; manager of the American team
o and voting. in this precinct TEMPERATURE E. PRECIPITATION, both corporate and municipal through use of water have been determinedupon at the Olympian '"
:F* ________ '- .. out the country, and especially in the the company will advise the consumers WILL BE NAMED ST. JOHN'S ; to you games and:the Hearty American congratulations

1 WILL GIVE POINTERS, ,WIND ;AND GENERAL CONDITIONS South.," aa1d- Dr. WaoGonlgJe "and instructing them fully: In regard CHURCH 'AND WILL BE STARTED contestants. Uncle Sam s alright
1:': TO ADVERTISERS PREVAILING, DURING THE I"; find the meter system In generaluse. to wastage, etc. A considerate
We ate Installing the Rersey consumer will not use over the AT, CARL DATE MANY SENATOR CLARK WIL .
'rat' Advertising Show MONTH 'PREPARED FOR THE Meter i amount of water allowed for ,
Annual, Opened Rotary and they are being at the NOT BE A C INDIDATB
In New York placed on the most convenient and flat rate of so much a year but the GENEROUS CONTRIBUTORS AID
PUBLIC scientific principles In order that afl careless one wilL signed
BUILDING Mont
Butte. May 3- In a
1'1"' .... first. '.. water used stall be Justly: measured An Instance of how water can be J JI statement published today,!!Senator W. .i
STh.
Tork. May annual '
Advertising ,Show ever held in this and paid for Jn accordance to the con consumed unnecessarily, or how the i A. Clark announces he not be a
f sumption. Five-eighths inch metersare allowance can be exceeded without candidate for re-election wcl tit
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city.will at Madison Square Oar I
open being Installed free by: the company full knowledge It is recited by authorities -
idea The.following is the meteorological $
this evening under the manage but those of larger dimensions that f garden hose carrying; a The Episcopal Church congregation EX-BANK DENT I}
meat of F. Parker and J. L. for the month of Apriljast
George summary
such as winbe put to Hotels ana one-quarter inch nozzle will use ,dripping at Danla will soon begin the erectionof HELD
VBleder. The same two promoters' past. In this section aa recorded and places using'"i' great amount of water rapidly. 40 to 70 gallons; running their new church jralldlng. It will FOR ,GRAND JURY.

:' gave aa advertising show at the CoU- reported: by: Weather Director Harding will be paid for by the owners or ten- a small stream one hundred to be the first and 'at the present time Chicago, May 3Johnform.
,
seam such in Chlacgo remarkable last tall, which that metwith it at Jupiter: ants of the property f to ,which in two hundred gallons;' leaks in closets the only edifice J I for solely religions : !er president of: the defunct Chicago
S- success ,
stalled." % and urinals one hundred to one hundred services at Danla. 4
National Bank held for :
the
attracted nearly 200.000 people Their .Atmospharlc pressure Mean30.09;> was federal .r
; Dr. MacOoQlgle eat! further that and fifty gallons every twenty The new church will be known as In $50,000!
grand
success. In Chicago prompted them to highest 30.34 on the ,4th and lowest.29.88xon the companr*bas not yet determined four gallons. All other leake in pro'' St. John's Episcopal Church after a he furnished.Jury The Jury} bond.whlca will hold
to New York and establish an
*come 1 : the 2Cd. fully upon tplanl\ that win govern portion.' church of the same name in Troy N. Its first session on May 15.
advertising show on the same lines, ; TemperltureWgheit 83 degrees the consumption, of'water, but that From this it can be seen that unless 1'. a member of j which. largely: Interested
which Intend make annual
event they: -to an .on the 29th';lowest 50 on the 1st' The they' win bas:, liberal as those In .care is taken to prevent such leaks In Florida, 'donating a snug sum FRENCH TROOPS ARd j ,
The exhibition which will .contain .greatest dally'range was 19 degrees on use in'other;:cities. The plan is to and wastage that an excessive amount of money for the privilege of naming HELD IN READINESS 4
: give consumer a certain amount of water will be consumed. An ot lt- :I
.aH the improvements suggested by: theexperience the 7th Bed the least dally range was every ,
of water at fixed all water this the meler wilt show. The building gill be beautiful
of the Chicago exhibition 6 degrees on.the 8th. The mean for .ft price I a Paris. May 3The federal! strikes
'II1,undoubtedly: make a great hit in the month for 19 years was 71.9 de! structure and when completed secondto further evidence of disruption butt

":: city. It contains practically: ev- green. \ LEGk I I 'PAPERS FILED FOR RECORD size none of Danla.In the for people a town of that the number of trades'stlll refuse to return -
-.,'-erythlng in the advertising line per- ,Precipitation-Total amount of rainfall itate'j to work until their demands have
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;taming to the promotion of business. for the month. 2.57 Inches. The flourishing little have given generously been granted. Troops are held ready:
"It' greatest amount of precipitation in ; and take much pride In its to answer any calL | -
: will offer unparalleled opportunity; any .,. .
building. ] _
officers and managers of companies twenty-four hours was ,99 Inches on ;
the 10th. The preclpltatloufor The edifice will be furnished In the CAN DEVELOP ENDURANCE
\oftlce managers, sales managers, ajvertlilng average
\ managers, merchants and the month in 19 years was %..61. Satisfaction of mortgage. H. E. Tut to George G. Cnrrie for $tOO all o: the most 'cmplete and approved style. The FULLY FIFTY 'PER CENT
','salesmen' to study the'late and most Inches. Ue to F. W :McVeigh. town of Tiffany In'section 16, tp. 43. land or Its sltejwas most generously .
*::Improved methods of increasing bust Rind The prevailing direction o' Mortgage f feed, F. W. M :Velg11'to south range 43 east except that donated by a winter resident living In New Haven. May 3- Prof. Fisher. e
.ness and bettering trade conditions. they wind was southeast with a total\ Lee "McBride. for $348.60. certain land property already sold. Chicago. Room(for a rectory tl con- ->f Yale after experimenting ten
It Is expected that buyers and mat movement of'8,401 miles. The aver In.section" ,7 t3tP. 53 south range 42 Warranty deed E. M. Richmondand templated also j weeks with several Yale tu.dentssa)1
east Jr. ,wife to J. E. Lummus for $5 and Work on the ructure when started hat can' Increase their
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ere'of every kind,of advertising will age: hourly: velocity was miles. anyone power ,
be brought together at this exposition with'a maximum velocity for five minutes Bill of sole. H. E. Woodall to P.U11endorU. other considerations the north half will be rnshejl rapidly through anJ j I of endurance fly per in a month "
Ito get new Ideal and material for fn- of 30 miles per hour from the ,,tlor.' $60 certain. household of ne 1-4 of the ne 1-4 of section 32, It will be but a few months before Nnd a half by t't'1t. their foou
v
tare 'use1 In their various branches. eon beast on the 9th. gooJs. !ifl I 1 tp. 55. south range 40, east ready for use. } The congregation Is thoroughly j!
'; Among. the1 exhibitors are nearly all eatber Number of clear day*. 4: Warranty> deed, ,E. N. Dlmlck and Release of mortgage J. E. Inzraham enthusiastic over the success they ,
prominent publishers and advertls-, pa r cloudy 24; cloudy 2: on which wife to F. B-fVoss for JCOO eight ana land commissioner F. E. C. R'y Co. have made In providing J for this edi COLOMBIA AND VENEZUELA '
t agents lithographing establlsn-. .0 nch or more of precipitation ocd elgbt-tentbsicj-es in section 10,lp. 45. to E. M. and S. H. Richmond. fice. NEAR. VVAR POINT :
meats- novelty; manufacturers. sign : 7. south,range 43 east also certain Warranty deed A. L. Coffee ana .-
.: manufacturers and dealers In advertls- pnderstorms occurred on the '15. lands for public road. \ wife to Joseph Johnson for $75. lot Warranty deed.. W. W. HaH to E Washington May 3- olumbfa and ;
IDr' novelties.Dr. 1 and 23. The maximum tern Deed. Gtts Bleu and wife\to Dan 11, block 9. subdivision of part of lotS ', E. Woodson for '$5 and other consider.I Venezuela are worse e range than
.' Ire for ,the month was i!.8 Je- Dante's for'O.50. lots 19 and 20., bk. section 36; tp. 53,. south range 41 i aliens certain land described: by feet ever because of the re usal of Ylceezuela. -
:.f Law dentist who has had offs I, ,outh.')i*DlQulL .\ : east.Mortgage I' in section 19, tp. 53. south, range 42 Presl.lent Gomez of Ve to repot
'ces in the Sewell building has more* Satisfaction of mortgage, W. I.Met- deed.. Jos. Johnson and east. "; reive the minister plen en t la rjof
f to the FInley building and established amen M.,Jackson and' family calf to Charlotte: Tiffany. x wife to DaJe County Security: Co.. rot i t Warranty deed. S. M. Tatum et nxf Colombia who went to Caracasthree -
.-offlees In rooms l.to where he Vesterday on the,bov gom? ta Satisfaction of mortgage Mrs. L. C. l$200. lots 10 and 11. Mock 9. of part f I I to Clara V. Price 'or $10 and other weeks ago to settle ce thin disputes
'.be glad to see his patrons 'and len'nt Key aboard the launch Hoos- Carton to Samuel Taylor et nx. la "%. section 36 tp. 36, south range j considerations forty acres in section between the two coantn s.Var was

public.: .enjoying a. delightful ,day: Warranty deed Charlotte' Tiffany 41 "V-: 26, tp. 52, south..range 41".east. freely discussed as peel ble.t .
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f ti. 3. T.'TCU, PRESIDENT. S. BOBO DEAN, SEC.-TREAS. 7 Matting Oil Headers A4A 5i

Tilt MIAMI! PRINTING COMPANY .

.Tae most 'Southern newspaper published on the mainland of the U. S.
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I{ PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. I and Furniture r

CIRCCLATION BATES {

IIVr. OM year by man ...........y' W.60 Three month ................ $1.11 i 11N ;
IIz mozadaa .................:.. J-M One weeks by curler .......... .10 '
Will l be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty days :

Advertising Rates made known on application. p" J In the selling 'of j meat* u wQ aa _.
I It, other things. itV the quanta ot oar 't'
TELEPHONE 71. OFFICE; METROPOLIS. BUILDING, 1 J meat that wfaufjtw mad and.ps... \
4U and 4M Twelfth Strut Opts the Court Heusi Irons very day. PT the way.b. y0*'

.I. 'U. W Watson AvfenueD ver eduaOD'U'or4"'fDr.ut""
'THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1906 \i;; : u beef?" w. offer (fiche beat Florida ui .
-' Western beet to b: had.A. .
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r :THE EDITOR'S CHAIR. : T" : B.) Doan Prop..' f

The newspaper editor1 chair 1. not. *n'easy one,during a State and \

F county campaign, not by along *hotl Between! the! various politicians and t. ',-' 1
1 ,workers there U'but one aide-the opposite, and they see but one way, bellev '

: tog that the editor must look a* they look, no matter what the result. Y

II he don't "toi, with them and let them dictate the policy of his paper j OUr Grand CIJarance
and utterance he i. set down aa a loo:..nd out goes the wan that he la workIng SIe

against the Interests, of the town, county anj State. They would run

"Urn out br hare' hi. 'paper go to perdition or some other warm place. '
1 Then there 1s the communication writer and correspondent who persists i

} la misrepresenting "fact'.; One will write,that 'several' hundred persons' ; wm'POSitivelyClJe; ,May 5th 'I. :
x heard so and'so-a candidate-:-speak'at'a certain place and that he Is the

yt only one In the race for that,certain office which,he seeks. Immediately ,
another",fellow, moved b,. partisan bias, and shout'-It'a a lie!" Our
sale
t .i-, up Jumps so .far has been the, most _successful in our history and our
Then there Is the fellow who shakes his finger at the editor and *ay* he

t; F e printed more about John Jones than he did about BUI,Smith, and that he Is f stock has been reduced considerably) We will continue to sell l at the

e no Thus good It anyway.goes. The editor U between the millstone with both sides grind-- J big cut prices until May 5th and in some lines such as ladle shoes
k '
flag' and'the day finally come when he wishes all the politician ana their

t crazy; supporters" were at the- bottom'of, the deep 'blue sea. J where stock is badly broken in sizes we offer at lower prices than ever 4 x


yg: WOMEN- AUXILIARY- SANITARY CLUBS.. f in order to close out by May 5th. Big bargains. Come andrse see'them.: : '


Now that a State,sanitary ,association has been formed with the objects i .. ,I i
t of_improving'sanitation, obliterating disease, and beautifying cities, ,the Metropolis
.,.
:would suggest' the formation of women auxiliaries in every city,

town, and section.We :, Paragon Pants I Men's
Clothing
all knew what awoman can do In the "cleanID'up" line. She is in i
pah 'of the sphere God' 'reated for her 'when doing ItA man Is not In it e ,

with her and as the 'work contemplated' by the sanitary league will be that Paragon Pants,worthsixand'seyen'dollars: everywhere.- Men's clothing In Alfred Benjamin ant J Snellenberg
Improving It I, necessary that the women shouldbe in ,
; o.'cleaning and very
Most all sizes and beautl-
some worth
; 14.00, 16.00 and J 8.00 rffr.-aJfc Vvxv
'tereited.' ,,and, U,nothing,more/lend encouragement .to the plan that must ful patterns tor select from 'fJt'4 95 inall, pleceworsteds s,. 3&11.9O 4
much for Florida :
( mean so I : Wse
go for.. : : fancy weaves. sale
Women club, or.auxiliaries' founded,upon line and having a* their object < -it j

a' the following. resolutions, along, with any others they might ad, wouid I *c
'- The'best 3.50 and 4 00 men's In' Miami. We A
;r -prove, of ,untold,good_ to' tie, cause and advancement. t.1Uon: pants t few men's suits in ten and twelve collar grades.
or of in the streets have a big stock of these and Only one or .two of a pattern. '
Don't throw trash. paper any description or on your "tit. tI:
premises if,you_find a stray" piece of refuse about your 'yard pick it, up most all sizes. Your choice apair. $2.95 mostly In small sizes Price i .90and

and either burn or put it in the garbage barrel. .*. ... ._.*, '. . :to'' close .-. ; .. .. .. .p'I'. ;
'
Be'as'cleanly in 'our'hOuM as you'are In your premises; don't hide + I

?:filth:within'fashionable and,attractive' walls, and think It.. alright Just because r rIt
; the"public(do not seeit..: 'It I*'the"hidden filth more' than that which '

8*'e .\ 1* exposed that breeds sickness and disease.! MEN'S'SHOESEdwjrClapp$6'and MEN'S SLOES LADIES' SHQES

Keep':your body as. clean-as 70*>would your face .hands.: ,,, ,
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Urge your neighbor to improve andfeautu7 hi..pre n1aea.' The doing i : : $7 Shoes Walk-Over and. Packards 3.50 Big cut In ladles Krippendorf '

: of this Is' an net in favor'of sanitation. t Known as the best shoes on"! earth .and $4.00 shoes.. All these In t shoes. Our.bargain, ] counter of ,

Give bed and bedding all the! fresh.,air and sun possible: Remember that i idlseue'otea'lurka Only a few pair, left. K 'Q ft wide width only. To | 2'' 95 250 and 3.001' shdes at $1.95.

In.an old mattres or. pillow Airand, y sun,'nature's f Price. ..'. > *J *J JOur I go .:lOW at . There being only d few pair: left, t=
make pure healthy..
great curatives, wDl them and t
allow' $5.00 Diamond Brand shoes Only a few of the 2.50 and 3.00 price to close out
j Do not Hwera and, catch basins to become clogged and foul. They 1.65
,breed disease., A generous use-'of disinfectants and. frequent, cleaning will f Perfection! In fit and wear., most shoes left. All these will probably these,few,at ... .

defeat disease;: e I all sizes and five dff3: 45 be ,sold this week. fob| A <95 245 bargain counts '
Dont make a dumping ground of vacant'lots. Disease will breed there ferent lasts to close shoes, reduced to. .2.20
at..j. ,
!
,Just -Quickly as on your own premises:, i _
Plant,trees, plant and beautiful shrubbery:! It,will become pleasure i 4 .
} it Is started;: i
,once 1t
Don't be afraU yon win 'do more than your share. \ ;> J Dayton: :

4 ,Encourage. the'children,to help- in keeping' the,"city and home'clean and tIn ,' I ;: j I
making them beautiful 5
''If these and kindred resolutions are followed will be only'a short time i b: i

before the effort will be'seen and felt. and you will wonder why you did not Edo : "
It before. i The rtth'o'ng Rom'fh
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'TELEGRAPH i
THE OPERATORS. ..
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Si* *' The'telegraph operators at San 'Francisco' deserve::all,;praise." .' :AmM i';;.. I ,

the excitement and,damage and.danger caused by, thj earthquake and wlp) ,
.
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'' fire and smoke and crumbling walls al around them they'rentsiaed stead tin I a style that would do credit to .the traders can hope 'or Ina Ufetlme.vaa from the depot. to the Hotel's<
'
Boynton
'fully at their posts and gave to the world the new'of the great''disaster.'It OUR'(COIJNTY OR, I i most, "rabid anarchist of them all.- combined.-- ''Truth.crushed to earth I .'Mrs.daughter. Wright and Mr*. A. E. Parker,
was an Inspiring exhibition of fidelity to duty, and they deserve this tribute I '"speech,-a- free press and fre. will} rise again:. doubUess: but It la 01(.Maj. N. Boynton.; left*
from the New York Sun:' '* tFix U1'I education, '10 long as people respect. dreadfully slow in this case, and real for Port HU on. Mich; Tuesday morn-
ly U Is time for those wBo
J ANARCHY. WtU love their Ing.
the- right of others, are grand In They were
accompanied 6yJ
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: the eyes of ,the community a man In official place and he will: country to decide between these anarchists their cousin
in action, but been
principle and grand ; wbo.1ui. their guest
t; corn his own safety' Give: the obscure man something to do that calls for when all these adjunct of civilization and what is right and just to for some time.. ;.
greater activity than usual and be will seldom fall to come up to what is expected frie I following article;. ':expressing are used to create strife and weaken all' men. r,
of him.. firemen' and excellent thoughts 'and appearing In the foundations of government there "Senator Spooner spoke wisely when WES1Dredge '
; ,Exceptionally daring" deeds done by our police*1 he kald: 'Above all things, believe in JUPITER .JOTTING ,
,often the result of spirit'of the New York Trl-Weekly Tribune or Is need of a radical change. For
men. are 'the the service, lhongh'It U, possibly. your Republic and In the general fidel -qi.
Instance, free speech Is supposed lea
now
leis, so In'their case than In that of the soldier"or the .sailor ,who is-of emulation last, Friday, i* published by requestbf to Include the right to'publicly condemn ity,of your public servants." Florida Now at 'Work' at >,
"all:compact. It Involves no reflection on".the 'soldier,. the sailor or. a'valu4 subscriber:' every act'of the government, I VEJUTAS.St. that Place,. a

rM those who. In other rank of life,' practice the military virtue of discipline ; -Sir: Americans abmltted to be, good, bad or indifferent; to libel every t Augustine, 'Fla. April' %3t West Jupiter May ,2Kr.J1, L: "
!
4 and obedience to 18tbat, the_man'who. In great'peril, goes on,doingordinary : quite generally, a great nation-great public officer and even the advice of I PICK ME.UPS Bowers spent wt. Sunday In West,
to the rulers of
duty, with no hope'of applause, honors or Individual"distinction U in all that !jn worthy of,commendation! a-public speaker little slay than : I I Palm Beach visiting ,friend .
the land gets more passingnotice.
; as herotc'a* any "hero. That ,is*why, we, ask you to take. off your hat to" the -and -the true American is proud of "Tomatoes the Most Talked Of Thing The U. S.. dredge boat Florida ,Is
now at In the
telegraph.operators of.Ban Francisco." > | his fact, and rejoices in the glory of mouth of Indl_
"But perhaps the most lamentable i In that Section river. WOt'1t be'there for,two
or i
the land of his birth., We have ree-- I! three .
tendency of Is the effort of -
today our
,
The full list j
of all those candidates both haves
State
and county, who ,Jom; of thought and action we have cheap magazines to array the masses I Boynton, May 2- Tomatoes are the Mr. Q. A). Worley gave a nice talk.
? : qualified for nomination and election In Dade county 1s presented in the lie; occupation for all who choose to labor, against the government, against manyof II most talked of thing In this part of In the school house last night ;...
+ tropoll' today under the heading of "nnoffldal ballot"' and by which the pub wealth Is widely diffused and nowhere the men most prominent In public Dade at present They are moving Mr. Ed Brannan spent several day v'
Be can see just who are appealing and qualified for their.suffrage it the polls!; else do the poor enjoy so much of the life, and particularly against all who i, In'j car lots dally. ,In Jupiter (he latter part of the wer<
good in life as here. have as the result 0: business foreI Eugene Hunt spent Sunday in town Tomatoed are still being shlpptS .*
144 Forecasting the hopeful,'confident, sanguinettone of the successful a And let we are not entirely happy. sight, economy and the use of large the guest of the Boynton. from this portion of the county. *+.
vertisement The motto that'' in capital obtained wealth. 'It Is an I I! >Ir. and Mrs. HIggins, of Ashley Mr. E. )I. BrelsforJ. of West Paialf
o;'these day, an old writer said: "In order to establish tnenv i; was adopted early '
Beach,
selves in the world, do"all our national career "A home for the evil bird that fouls Us own neat yet Mich, arrived last week to make Florida wait up* looking after his grov' ,c
thrCaD
men to 'estabilshed '
last
appear there. And
oppressed of all nations," seems to some of the low publications are owned their future home. They are now Sunday. : ; ,
: Goldsmith a3dedi "If a man wishes to become" ,rich he must appear ,to be have its drawbacks, for'While -thousands and controlled ,by American citizens pleasantly' located In the Clark apart- Mr. Henry S. Pennock I* spending
rich.' : fleeing from oppression have who to obtain readers for their m nts over the store building recent- this in Jacksonville on bua1-::
i here found homes and made excellent trash resort to vituperation libel ly occupied by H. B. Murray. Mr. and ness. _
Last year the world1 production of copper was 119,000 tons greater citizens, others' have come only to Ions utterances that should send themto lrL HIggins are delighted wlthwbat WHJ I t:;i
s than in: 1903. but the consumption.was '117,000 tons larger. Electrical 'sj: cause trouble-probably just a* they prison If justice prevailed. A free I hh>y have seen of Boynton aDd' are RED MEN ,,
;, pllances ammunItion' are absorbing copper, faster than the mine iii did while at home. This latter classIs. press, as already stated Is one of our{looking I for a good location for a per- AH tubers of Tomoka TrIbe So.?
produce It. The owner of a large and when, combined ,wields noblest Institutions, but It can be I jmanent home. 27, ndeDt'.Order of.Red MeaT(
doesnot
copper mine envy the gold mine ? abused most shamefully, and the effort and all '
owa
an Immense power. In the!r\youth : "I\- H.. Rousseau was about the big who have signed the peUttou'
o ,- n 1'11i they were taught that the law abiding: I to make every man of wealth appear j!tin erlirg man In town the oth r day for re-iaet.tementalao an white males If
the governing class and all people of a* an 'extortioner"robber"klng.t'etc. \xptu he got over six hundred' llar8 over 18 aid under 50 Teara?or .. '
- The Metropolis! congratulates the Board of Trade upon its selection !*!? wealth were their deadly enemies. Unfortunately I ., will eventually, when men have .nil In one 'heck-for tomatf moral character, are. requested to
Mr. G._.D.,Br llier, as. Its secretary. ,Mr.Drossier ,1* one of Miami's moat t for all concerned some of time to consider come back on the'' The Sunday school here lag at TJUendirtTs .Hall. Wednesday nmr
prosperous*.. energetic and snccessTnl Joung'.bu.le.mt'11., He is ImbUed these people are talented. and they i heads of these libeller with over- 4ry well for, this time of yh: The nine st 7 f'elock.4 May 2. when the re-
'with that knowledge that to succeed in this day of strenuous life op'plj;: soon learn td sway the multitude with whelming force. p, -f'nt otfcers are: Mrs. 7Q.. 1m- organlzatl| begin. Reinstatedmnt -
and their sophistries. And I Is but of the :-. president Ben of Tube Initiation re
Uion, one. ustlthat Ie must deal they find success "The writer one com- ; Harry M rs ;r: lower thaiTd
honestly and honorably with his not alone among foreigners, but. mon people, who toil for their daily \ Us. Florence Palmer, 3 .s ever befo e In the State of Florida i.
fellow man and be' attentive and courteous at all times. He'la,thoroughly: alas! they,have found the ear of many bread but he Is personally acqualnteJ tua Harper librarian ** J. F. Hoffmann D. O. S.
capable to en the ,Important position with which be has been honored and an American, who from any cause Imagines with men of wealth who work bard I j'. Ollle Larsen has / h,. ar tIe I ;
we predict he wffl makeleBoatd, of Trade the beat secretary,U.Has era} ,he should enjoy the' benefits every Jay to accomplish good for their ;(,,y ar's absence ,In CIa'"' ,.: Bring children out to the dances'
ML. 1 that are denied and he. too la readyto fellow men. and'who really do accompUsh !like Boynton. e3o1J.:. lag schoo att.ruooD'from :3 to 5, to:!
j i', condemn anything and everybody-> more In one year than their de-j i I I II A. E. Parker ;J' !erg air the Roth Bufldlnf. .


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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY MAY 3. 1906
., PACE THREE I.


.1 4$} r BE FAIR; BE HONEST. =..ABOVE '11 r -,

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3' 'ftieprofessions ALL, BE JUST AND CONSISTENT I j



What's Inside Your
.. a'F
ri-,to: AS TO THE COMMISSIONERSFrom INCREASED C' MILLAGE Coqt

, Qseesr.oa es rwssa.Or ( Miami Record. April %6, 1906) (From MiamiRecord. Sept.. 11, 1905).
};
i 3zti
;
f ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IF
board or county commissioners Everyone who; is familiar with the
.,.....U eUe....stsN.U........ Of the present, only three are candidate financial sUnaUon\ of this county has, Many a- (Goat) puts on a brave face--and hides cheap inside work.. "
>1MNallseIIltlM/ee.na alasataa/BerteevaiMUsal. ,
> '
, ;.... for re-election. < realised tha |)t WOULD BE NECESSARY'
Iq constituted
That the board ai now
;
i
ffk4IlT. rift. to INCREASE the amount
"( satisfaction to
hat not given general
", the citizens of Dade County can hardly to be raised bjr;TAXATION to a, CON. S I *

f..1 B.B. MTKOCTt F. TIIXSOat I be doubted. SIDERABLE ri'.tent.' THE inside details of construction are not often seen, but tbe're'
,
Iff" >
I Atkinson With one or two exceptions the For +,.time COUNTY WARRANTS -
&
:{.j, Seymour board hat teemed to be under the some as important as are granite foundations to a brick block. they YF

. ';!}' Attorneys and domination of"Us attorney, and the have] been FLOATED at a give the garment I stability and character and the difference ofa <

": i Counselors At Law. result hat not' been at all satisfactory. DISCOUNT. lie EXPENSE and.YEXATIONof :. few cents in the:[cost of these inside details shows ia two or three
iwhlch.is ,
-. borne by .the weeks. The and
-fso.; 'elal MtMtioa all c..rta.ma trimmings workmanship of'Schloes pnDell .are ,
.d9U/:1a the board baa completed along I jp
; h While hall PAYEES. i | the best that money can secure. The mere lining cost the mkers''
of rock road that
stretch ;
S,6,'7.Frisscll Bid*,Miami long been called for ands at. per This condition arose from the from 75c to $1.50 a yard against 2Sc to 60c that other liningsXin

' hap, a minimum COlt to the county. LARGE EXPENDITURES made by a other .kea-coa U'.' simply the difference between someihinf '

; G. A. WorleyAttorney It was only able to do ao by &'very PREVIOUS !'j&OARD' OF COUtIS ; food and something cheap-between'th*'bc t and a makeshift-
generous contribution la the war of IONERS. forHrbJeh NO PROVISIONwas between perfect *construction and cheap work. Schloss
Coast railroad. lining are
freight from the East
J at Law and deserves no particular credit for 'made. jflAt 4 only.one amon 'Schloss superiorities Cloth.8ndingscntung -d tai-

{ Twelfth St. Miami Florida having secured It. the BEtitNNINO OF THIS TEAR bring are all of the same standard, vervthiny the beat money can baTI'

Irh While this work has been going on .the county had a FLOATING DEBTof
other of the county, notably
parts: about FIFTY THOUSAND DOL
M. Robbins the Orange Glade district and the road
LARS. H
: to' Cocoanut Grove,' hare received
jjp- Tttuv1U.P1& \"err little attention and the residents To tpeedilyp&y off this debt, liability t
$2b
Attorney; and CounselorS of those large sections hare been for w'hlcijtbe PRESENT BOARDis 00

S.if; Law loud In their complaints or the treatment ; NOT ATE|ALL RESPONSIBLE.they to ..

; :#.w practice i.all c.ut. Stab sad.PMra'' board.received at the' bands of the 'have placed a tax of four mills

41.' _;,,>- Their criticism Is that while It would with the object o! paying all out-.
seem easy enough to provide roaas standing warrants and PLACING the 1'I
Hudson &
.H ; : Boggs for the rich automobile owners, there COUNTY oniV i CASH BASIS., The
-
Attorney at.Law II no war of securing good roads to board'Is of the opinion that this can ..
the ordinary farmer and tracker,'who ( 'I,
be done by January 1 1907. '
;; ;
to
vvTownlev Budding, Miami. Florida are dependent upon good roads
-:t-.,', _- .._.* j,_ get 'their proJncts safely to market.It 'The NECESSITY- roads is soAPPAREN Schloss ,clothes) are not too good for you; the price =
.
Is to be feared that the board t. that argument on the ,
!. S1A&Q3. JL D,. has'been very Indiscreet In Its conn subject ceased t.w> long; ago.
'
"t '. I OOo. with a..er.-n-.,,. nection the.land with back the of proposition West Palm to Beach drain Just at this1 i time the board has the is what you always "pay. Let us 'sho\v you the styles -
r3
BMUMM ua atnet the prosecution of 'which has been opportunity;tin account of'the VERY

.f.. ...; cone,'".' C enjoined. In1 preparing for that project FAVORABLE CONTRACT made with .
: FLOBIDLJamesM.
.MIAMI. ,
{ the board evidently did not carryout the F. E. Cjlallway. Company of se-. I
the law and as a result Is now curing LARGE AMOUNT OF ROAD :
: ., Jackson. Jr. Involved In an expensive lawsuit that p.-- "
!fit
BUILDING LOW COST.
+ must W paid for by some one &lway' a very I i! :
,trrt k OfflctCoraerl2diStiftJAn.Br I the taxpayer. The road from West Palm Beach'to I

( ( d. lid In the preliminary expenses of that Miami requires twenty-three miles of .
drainage there was a considerable eonltrwUo :before the two cities"can ,

,' 3 to,4"* 7*.* >. o. amount' spent! something like seven be connected:!' rvThe b- hodesClothier '
hundred dollars. 'The board
. een ap weII
..
PRESSING
NECESSITY of the
"
'1' propriated that amount from the gen .
;.-DR.. W. RUSH.. eral ,fund 'of the county In spite,of road Is CONCEDED.

' the statutory provision that moneys With a tiz of four mills this row II '
.
. ,: Offiae! -lftIa.....,'Pboii.it.MLAMI.FLA.,
raised for one fund shall sot be used "
s-Q..W.aaa.T alK 8&, can be full!completed, the 1'0&4'paid
:/ for another.. andDon't Vlen's Furnisher 13
' tore /deb the county anda .
}'ii Th.present board was largely pat withbnt on ; '
I Into office because 1 former boarj large amount of other construction '"


r iIJ. H. F. Multett M. D. had.would certain 0.0 look provisions it wu as though.understood of the this..IaY.a.d Is violated one reason It finished The .tax within|ior 'the'the'DEFICIT next'year.and' .the' forget the Nunlber322 Twelfth, Street Ml nif. Florida

ka''
SPECIAL all
TAX Is the,
1.%: I OmosBooms' I and 4Fri.eU why the people.are so reluctantto LOAD
i'%' return some of the,present. .memo crease fo; \ t!. PRESENT _
;! Building *
"'Hours 10 a.SB.'toll m.'B.adeno.141,10th. ,"01 ,..'., bers.. BOARD- is1';RESPONSIBLE. J .> "
:The board's attempt to make up mffi'i _
two >ere added by the school
street. .
the-deficit-that had accumulated for II --4--. '
boardto I hsip deficit and to -
I several years," by an assessment that paa I

;i BED,''RUTTEB: would raise nutrient funds to pay provide accommodations: toe, Date. I
1 I' fall off at'once hu not proven;at county's constantly Increasing. popu.
: : 'C.arml Coatractor. : all satisfactory to the publicwhich lation.
Ii .
j .. II,load-In Its declaration- that the WILSON & HUDDLESTON-
Grading: axes The Stale] of 'FloridA'.added". .two y
: BlastIng. are Otlrelf too;higband- Y
t,:;;r., Wells DrtU d. Sidewalk lurtlng,the prospects of thecounty. mills for state use. ,
With these questions the voter will 'When fihe CONDITIONS ARE
have to deal,&I1dthe'general > sentiment KNOWN the people o' Dade County REAL ESTATE AND (INSURANCE! }
'W. C. seems now to be that they de-
Maynard, WILL.BE$ENTIRELY SATISFIEDwith I
sire a'practicallynew board.to look
.GRADUATEJOPTICIAN after the, affairs of the county for the BUSINESSLIKE POLICY of THE firm of Beck. Wilson & Huddl ton ,having been dissolved by mutual con

!, ',Whit 'Mayrtard Son. J.w.l.r. the. next. two ,years. the, Board:ot County Commissioners. is therefore no more. 'We will continue the business of real estate .i insur-,

.d <: A..a.u D at.a M Post Oe. .'-1 surance, etc. in! the Hatchett ildin" rooms 10, n, 12 at head of stairsj We

will be glad to list any:properties: youj may have for'sale.* If you wish to we n
uote4.rbo'! puy
hard believe ".
McDONALD.irlt.g (Is to that the,articles wertf written by the:;I
L. have some of the best properties in-thecaty on.our list and believe we can interest
t.GEO. same m&II; &a4 only about seven months between All the. work .referred s
CMbtlutf to in the September'article wan 'carried'out'as planned so far as the laws you. We handle all kinds of real estate, improved and unimproved city and

eM SaMlTlalaff Laaai a.licit IPOOOOAKUT.OBOTX. stowed and;the road'was' bunt'for about$6.004jess: than the estimate. 'country. We' invite you to call and tilk it over ::1 WILSON. HUD ESTON

',. .- .. .. FLA\ There'-,must' be some CAUSE for' such'a .COMPLETE: CHANGE' :OF L! \ 'I t ,, ; -

:,OPINION. yet, NO CAUSE OR REASpN APPEARS: in the'articled Assets: i < -, '

*T ALTER C. DK.AKMO ,tlou'made In SEPTEMBER,'1101,-are IGNORED In APRIL, 1)M., r -- _______ a

YET THE FACTS REMAIN .THE SAME:, iij NOTICE OP CHANGE 4-
A.roh11 teot Rheumatism Make Uf MlMraM. .*
,-, "l' &'Is wen known"thit''the'flavor of hams depends'largely upon,what, and re-numbering of election precincts Merritt &: lotbl

the'hog Is"fed.'and; a CHANGE;OF,FEED will,[CHANGE' THE FLAVOR. Election District NO..15 A nappy bom Is the most valuable
0 lAve.C D amt FlaTheCaapmanMouse possession that I Y
In September, 1905,the writer of the'above articles was feeding at Dale wltlun the reach ot

County's trough... -' ||f ,-. Bounded'ou the north by: the north comforts mankind If but.yon you are can nffertng not enjoy-: from Its

.In/other words the editor ot the South Florida Record-.lso the Miami' line of sections IS,'14, 15, 16,17 and rheumatism. You taroW( aside business p

....W. CHAPMAN. Prop.iVmUwmtk Evening -.awarded:the County' printing tor the year 1901,10 18, of township fLt, (50), south raac REAL. ESTATEBARGAINS cares when you enter your bores ua
,..... $2.55 ..'. .a..da1 by eM w.. 190C, the printing was awarded to another paper '.which'In the opinion of forty-two (4%),.east and on the east you can be relieved tram: those rheumatic r
( contorta a bass, re by the Atlantic ocean: on the south pains also by applying! Chamber- ,;
=fast Goat oaasl of.sao.g Pate -l-ft Boacb.M tae the. Commissioners-, 'better'prepared. ,to jib the required work sat by' the south line of sections 7. 8. >. MIAMI FLORIDA laln'a Pain Palm. One ippllcatlon will :.i
:i.-'fsast aids..wta_ -.......of ftmnkwrnO ,reached a Jarcer'number of people.;, Jp|. 10. 11, and 12,' of township anyone live you relief ant continued nets
Cod. baedag,aableg ail .
lrar
the western boundary permanent cure. sal by BUifl -
'now FEEDS at ANOTHER THROUGH and titi:flavor of the product haschanged. and on the west by A fine 8 acre bay front In Cs.esnrt *
The voting place earn Drag Co. dunrdsta
of the county.
"' ? 'Some statements madein the article o: Apo". ZCth. that the of said district to be at Danla. Grove, good house, well set In bearing, .

Graham,, RECORDS SHOW to be FALSE.- '" g| Done and ordered In open session trees riparian" rights. A.....'...... s

1.: Contractor and Builder r NOT,ONE DOLLAR has been paid out of[the funds of the.county for held.March 6. 1906. "' 1 Lots on 14th street between Avenue
.
Satisfaction the'preliminary workmen +the PALM i!BEACH jiDRilNAGK(sHEm:. An A. K. Dearborn, C and D.1:

'j, Onarmtiteed. Issue of five thousand'dollars In'scrip:was'autltoraeJ by the'Board 'to pay .Clerk Board County Com. 'Lot on Sth street between Avenues'

'i: Lit y.'a.a.cfua1eH4......oTear work. ad.....}.'.octal you ail..w.lsoli 'this ::expense> and the.warrants Utwi. Thit-fwnoij ...ork'wal; stopped By, W. "SL Pope, Deputy. C and B, 11600. s years term l

. ... 'call"_yo- P.O.boa.74.X1&aU'la., temporarily-by an order of'tbe: United States\:Col&rt. In the 'mean time House and I Slot ,on 10th street, be' g
.
twesn S and Let
: Avenue bay
,t!e.TAXPAYER is NOT.OUT'ANTTHINO. iThe men who did the work REGISTRATION NOTICE $2780. +
tiJ
this. ,
t Expert Typewriter t ve not bekn paid and they are holding tae bag.The'law us. show you ,era
The reglltratlon'books will be open- Four lots .In Riverside, only, $350
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Repairing even If the law Is unconstitutional. THIS BOARD DOES NOT MAKE county for four weeks beglnnln.
25 aoree hammock and truck land
LAWS.. If the C mmllalonen"haT'e'olatedjhe: laws why does not the Monday. April 2, and closing Monday .
i iV., Cv PRESTON JO grapefruit; !!' tree, finesthi.southDad .
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>alter. of the editorial (who also. CLAIMS ::; LAWYER) make his ;
!> P.O. Box 311Ehmann aU' opportunity to quality *, 111 year old. 200 young tree.
: ,304" ,9th St.. .. c resLIKE; A MANamd; have,us'brought |474 Justice Instead of making.these themselves an to vote In Uu Democratic good house and beautiful ground. all

,- -..... ;'PUNY INSINUATIONS backed up-by expressions as UNSTABLE as primary to, be held on May 15.. and county rock ;;road. $5500.'You should
.;; Emil A. his OPINIONS such as "seeme to be." "hardlylgto be doubted" ;"to befeared" 'June 12. see the view at 33 acre on Lemon road. 10acres
City
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FATTENING, but It from one precinct to another must .
Architect The new.feed is'satisfying and ? is WEAKENING. view pf the bay for sheet
Burteshaw, Larklns,
:This Board of Commissioners Is NOT INVOLVED in an "expensive apply to J. C. time only. $4000
|;;.West Balm Beach FloridaMerritt law about the scheme Ifrlt should !. F1a., as the deputy registration ofll
full" drainage and be. toe taxpayers cert are not authorized to make these i --

of Dade County win not' have the blEsto":; pay.|| The PRESENT BOARD transfers.I G. M. DYKES Ij I

& Kolb OF CO lIISSrORS:: II willing to stand betore the taxpayers and voters have this day made the following
-MADE. appointments of registration Officers 33.7 I
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Estate etc
:Real I > FOUR MILLS assessed for'that purpose PAID THE LARGE INDEBTEDNESS :: '
I Dade county \ ,All kinds Blacksmithiog Md Repair
: Estates A\M aged .' ;',four mills for. roads; built the roads and is paying for repairs I Precinct No. l3eorge Parks. I
-FU:: of old roads. : g$ Precinct No. 2- P. Kitchen. I Work. Wagons Bait to Order
-.; MiamiDR..E. Only to that extent are we'>:responsiole tor the raise In taxes. The Precinct No. 3-Frank Sheen HORSESHOEING A Spuielty.J Th rnsi a over and whte you MT.

: :M. LAWDENTIST editorial of September 'II, 1905-above, tell -s-bu where the other. came Precinct No., 4-Jesse Daa art,.. the rime] drop ia anj'tak a Soak at

; from The debts being paid and the road !!{bunt this mUlag win be re Precinct No. 5- T. J. Haygood. ,J 1 oar fine jln* of W temu.. Doat theme '
'duced.. JUt Precinct No. 5J.. W. Vms ad. Precinct No. 12 A. T. DuvaL ,
Precinct No. 7- M. W. Marshall. I Precinct No. 13- George Moody. get the lae* |
I have no fear that any Intelligent voter of,.taxpayer win be Influencedby I
Office over SewelT Shoe Store : Precinct No. 8- J. W. Ives. \ Precinct No 14O.. L. Hargrave.Precinct JOHN IEWE L a BRO
the statements of a MAN who CONTRADICTS HIMSELF and shows Precinct No. 9- W, E. Pendleton i. No. 15B.. P. Uppincott 1
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: ,Artt'-Uo'Work'ThorouchlJ' .' .'that the. EDITORIAL COLUMNS.-of his paper are like his advertising Precinct No. 10Joe Chaflle. J. C. Bnrteshaw Headquarters for smart TaDor'u s
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Wlth'" The Moet EXfIOuted'-Modern Aopllano_ space-FOR SALE. 'T. A. WINFIELD: Precinct No. 11 -Alf Peacock. 1: \\ Sapenrlsor of Registration. U6 TweUlk street B'....a::s.. Block -,

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*' the session of legislature of't ol, Hon. Hudson Burr introduced in the House'of Represents\ves a bill fixIng railroad fates at, ;;,.,

7J;/ three cents per mile' in this Stated The bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroa s and Telegra hswhere; after ,
't ,I hearing evidence and careful ,consideration, the committee reported the bill back to the house, "Thacame it do not pass When the bill J, ; > '
up on its second reading the Chairman! of the Committee moved to indefinitely postpone the bill, s was the custom for the Chair- ':, a

$ .' 'man of any committee to do when the committee's report was against the passage of the bill. He state among other things that the ; ,
ti railroad Commission n was,at thatvery! time i considering ,the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents p r mile. That the railroad'ComM..
,: ,mission did npt wish the legislature to'!interfere, and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe f one thousand mile book whichwas ", '" s
then sold at 25.00 could be sold f0r; 130,00, and .further stated that the Committee reason to believe that if the rate was -. '\
?' I fixed at three cents per mile by statutejjiw an effort would be made to repeal the law. creating the',railroad commission on the grounds -. ,"_
that as the law.had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to do. ,With this report from the House Committee, who had ". r;'
made the investigation,. and other information!. before me,- l took the position that the railroad commission would fix, the rate at three ,' """ .'

cents, when it would stand the, test of the courts, as the U.S.Supreme Court had long since decided that all quasi corporations>was entitled !- "'. i
to a reasonable interest on their investment, and. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses were. 1 preferred to leave it
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wit'the peoplg who did know and whbhad be rlect d'forthat purpose: so voted against the bill. ,the bill came up in the Senate <-::''\,'.

.j I abig majOrIty ofthe Senators eVldentlf thought I did.,as the bill was indefinitely postponed? by a votejof I8to 10. Senator Carson oJ '. c' \ ,_ f
Osceola County who I am sure had much{ to do.wIth creatIng the RaIlroad CommIssIon as any other; man, and whose fath r'm.la\\f, ,"
$t Hon. J. M. ,Bryan was a commissioner t that time, ,voted against the bill, and I am sure he did so be use he thought it should be left :.a; :r "
# 'I' to the commission and that he had'reason to believe the commission ,was then considering the questipi In Senate Journal page -999. :

Senator Baker of the 20th district"(and:;i more honorable,man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: .'.'J'
# "Mr. President: -My position on J such questions as' ,this is a matter of record and well known to all. I, have helped to enact i into ,;

law a measure that delegates full powerto; a Commission elected by the people, whose duty it is to pass upon all such questions. I leave. ': ..
the responsibility,with the commission,&ij\ shall vote i'to indefinitely postpone,the bill.OJ ,; ,
As further evidence, that my position, was the correct 'one! ,' we find the rate ,was afterwards fixed at three cents'and mileage ? :

.j' books kept at two and one half cents. N i .'1T' '7'

.r\ :;. I regret,very much to be forced_into a newspaper controversy but as some few political! agitators and curbstone politicians seem to '- ,'., il'. '
a:,>, .." u4 have nothing to do but,.walk the streets and endeavor to array one class of citizens against another, and are endeavoring to injure me in .. ;
"" \ ;:",';my 'race for Representative, I have written the above, but I promise not to pay any further attention to hem. :': ..j"

\ "'t If any man'wants to know"my !jppsitipn either in the past or at present upon. any public matter I will gladly tell. him,.but I ask :".

them not to take'the statement of my*political enemies. "., ';:r, ?"
;" .-.. __ shall leave the.matter with the people. They know me, and they, know my opponent so vote for your choice,and, I will be satisfied, ."i "
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If : Thirty years ago at" the. ace of MY- Mr. Dimlck' a'* county treasurer t-, ton
WORLEYJ J ; : yean, Eugene H. Dlmlck, came to fill the nnexplred: term of J. ,. L*>
GEO A. I mond resigned. That .
Dad county, and with: hit parenU ume (all k
was elected to the same podUoa aa4
< .. Candidate and relatives. aettlej !at Palm.Beach. was reflected in 1100. i .
forRepresenrtive In 1881 his family removed to North Mr. Dimlck wu not agala a| candt
L Carolina, where be attended the common date for office nntil he was' tndaced C.
; school and by a committee comopsed of the rep
where hU father dledtcompeiUng! him resentatives of the labor mlow lad
to give up further schooling in order others, to become a candidate. for
I to go to work to aid hI'| mother In the county commissioner from tie Second #
support of himself and two younger Commissioner District at the list
WORLCY has never held, public office. He has never aspired to sUtert. DemocraUc Primary la Dade jconaty.
MR.political posItion/'of honor though prominent Democratic politicsever the Hit mountain first work road was 1 riving between teama Hlg'hand ph- jorll and ,wu. elected 'by a flateriirg T ma 1

since he became a resident of.Dade County, ten;"' ears ago, and there is land. North Carolina Wallahalla, For nearly listen months Mr. Dim
r not a place from Stuart to Homestead, where his voice has not been:heard I South ,Carolina. A year later. his_,let has served as county commission( t,
,of Democracy and Democratic principals. Mr. Worley Is a, mother died and wit his sisters h er, how-well he has served avid will
In advocacy
i returned to Dade coon y. where. be has ;I what interest and fidelity to the trust
lawyer of ability,with few equals ard no peers. As in[ oratorhe, stands pre J since resided. |Imposed Is well known In his{district
eminently In the first rank of those of our fair State |nd as a man of f persistent f When the town of West Palm Beach I and throughout the county Id seeds
'and dogged tenacities he has'no superloV He Isjaffable and agreeable: was first i Eugene H. no encomiums here. Suffice it to
Dimick was ejected qn the firtt city ay that if elected Clerk of the circuit
',: '. at all times; possesses a personality that attracts arid wins friends, and couccil. where he served! with credit Court the citliens of Dade wCl have
> ;" which alone would.make him a power in Legislative halls. A bitter man I'i to himself and to th4 community. in him an official who will not only ,
A little later hews a delegate to be
found. Miami Metro @is: ; I competent and courteous. But per-
4 4.- than Mr. Worley could not be. ] the convention at- W st Palm Beach form the duties of the position with tngith
x declared against: the convention the fidelity and careful attention that
cry I system '.' nominations, and In favor has been a characteristic of his serv rt
t.J61 o: primaries. lice In every position of trust he "
i "" In 1SJS.Governor Bl sham appointed \hal ever held. '


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*g, tisthsQaality and It I Is the quality and r

he Price that make t .Ever th rgFor.- e !House the price that make "


tour_ goods popular cui F c c c. pcpula n.




Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensils



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ArnDAY :- 4 Office'Phone |"|0 ffl. KING' "p.hon.es maner.Inspiring feature Their singing of each is service.always Day an "POP"

meetings are now being held each day .
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.' Undertaker anili IJEmbalmer at 2 p..."m., In charge of Rev. J. M.
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'- Harris These services are very help '
', 1300, AVENUE.'::JD services begin at 7:30 o'clock. All are >, everykooy* MM fur
r RESIDENCE 219 Tth'STR.< cordially Invited to attend the sere oft drink. All others soa i
t V*; ices. "Pop1 1 but they /jut .u .obo

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!Is apt to be one en which Mrs. Schmerl Dead

'' you will have to purchase c ilersom dfewS ijofcs ) learn Schmerl The of community'the which death occurred will of be Mrs.V.at mocked 2:30. this M.to "Cascade"Ginger


afternon at the 'amlly residence: on
,." '.- I West Twelfth street Mrs. Schmerl
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A Mr. J. B. Kinkier, of Dente, Is a Tls-1, Everybody's& favorite.. Blue Rib had been an Invalid for the past two Ale Yf
I Itor in town today. bon Lemon and Vanilla extracts. The years or more, though de.thWII "
i'extracts that give desserts the famous not believed to be so near. The fun- I.
*Blue Ribbon Flavor." eral win be announced
WEDDINGGIFT arrangements
Picture tran.es to order. TheRacket
Store. mane' later. We a/* Ute .. ...". Isttlef. Better Off
BROSSIER, means REAL ESTATE of "Cascade" In this '*""-J.
/-- There':are a let of gluten ale*
FIRST DANCE OF
A. J. W. Ires, the popular merchant of Th !L. A. C. Library have added SEASON but pone to compare with without a smoke than to hare on* that
Ojus Is In town today on business. "Cascade." Be ewe III"Cucad" I
you Is unsatisfactory. Not necessary to
to their shelves several new and Interesting Given Last Night Complimentary to
books on the history of our I Miss Gertrude Tlce and M osftettts par high prices for cigars In order
Summer rates at the Jtnthertord State Library hours, 3:30 to 5:30 ,1 to get them rood. (Oar ten cent dears
Boarding House 223. Ninth street p. m; Tuesday and Fridays. I The first dance of; the season,was Mall ordire given special' atsontls will size up anywhere being worth
1: given In the Fair Building last night doable. The Norma Martinet sickle
Cocoanut sprouts for sale at Mall For Sale A fine Kentucky mare at' by Miami's young society folk In honor cigar should Beret hare been 'tagged
We'll be for when Boat Dock. hal t lue. Dr. Skaggs. of'Miss Gertrude W. Tlce, of New Acm( BottlingWorksMIAMI with such a small!price.The quality
f ready
you I York who Is the guest of Miss Sadie of the tobacco and,1U excellent favor

the day comes with the right For Sale Sixty acres prairie and MrsJlAV.. B. Hinton and Miss Albert Kolb. FLORIDA tamp It as a tea cent cigar. An oar .;
; :"Goods'at the RIGHT PRICES Umber land in AHapatUh. entirely H1nt mother and sister of Mr. Ben The music was furnished by the cigars ire-in PERFECT CONDITION r
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fenced. Apply 312 Tenth street. Hintatt of this city, arrived this mornIng well known Blscayne Orchestra and Sixth Street, West ef_tfct Is* Factory
from Klssimmee to make Miami at a late hour the participants reluctantly I .
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,..rrAYNARD. i Mr. E.: F. McVeigh, trainmaster of their .tnture- home. They will take danced the last number of the I'
":! the F. E. C. Railway Co. is in town up their residence In the Landls house 1 program and pronounced the affair a R. L. Mercer
today on business. .. on lltb street Mr. Hinton will loin delightful one. Dainty refreshments
his family here on the 15th. were served and the committee In HAyES
: &SON Come to the dancing school tonight & charge did everything possible to'I 207 AvE ate D

School flourishing. Roth building, Come to the dancing school tonight, make the evening a memorable one.I The Cigar Man .
J 7to9. The committee was as followsMessrs. sal staple Ml FocyGROCERIES
enjoy wt
; 'JEWELERS and OPTICIANS and yourself. Roth Building ,
,to 9. W. L. Keller, W M. Elliott, Byron
,'Nerd to Pocteffioo ......... Fiord. 'G. McKlnnon, chairman of the from Lasseter and J. H. Mercer. OPPOSITE HOTEL B1SCATKK

." Board of Public Works, returned from BROSSIER meant Safe Investmentsf.W. The following" were those present:
Palm Beach this morning, Misses Ethel Clancy May Worley, Marie '
Mrs. L G. McAllisterBeckI ( Mr A. King, of Homestead.has Patterson Eva Yarborough, Gertrude Fresh M Cane*! Meats ad ettrt q the The summer Gantler at Mouse summer win rates.be open Airy tot
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For'Rent Cottage 6 rooms: Corner gone <0 Jacksonville where she willspenj I W. Tice. Blake Gertrude Lemls, that Is fill|for Uw table. Yoorcnfflsoood rooms and fine cuisine.
Avenue Band 7th street N. B. ,two week with her daughter, Whitcomb Stout Sadie Kolb, \VHUe'I .f.r.. week oafr. ,AI parties *fci
I' Kenney 133 7th street .llrs.fH. L. Russell and from there' Hahn Lillian McGahey. Laura Joyn- ; do sot rcBtt promptly skd be cst off- Snjan
: For Rent furnished house-
Hi; Miss Thompson of Nassau Mrs
Real I :Estate' will 'f jo to ElllsvUle. Miss, to visit.I Ipr. T. Whaler; Mrs., Q. C. Frissen; wfltat farther ioUci> on Boulevard. Address Box Tit. ,
Bring the children out to the dancing I her ;irother B. F. Jones. She will I
;: | Mrs. James P. Grimes and
school every afternoon, Roth buildIng b'e gone until about July 1 before returniAl I AlTo
i Rentals, Insurance 3 to I."Cmbrenll. home. Messrs. A. H. Keller W.YrLYarcb.1 ; !
,' .*: -. ., -- W. M. Elliott Byron Lasseter. J. H. : Parents: School will' Soc be Out\
.* repaired and recovered. si Mercer, F.' H. Rand, Jr.,.Jas. H. Gil.
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j Office "elchet BI g. Lear at Racket Store. I Brassier wants to list your,.property man W. Culbertson, McCall, Jay Os-'I THe

co. .. ':. _. ,-' ..." .::: .,; _,-4. .,;i, "' ''' '' ;: borne.' '.'t..lIcAu1Ife: Roy Surges, H.' ... '
-' I' Store your pianos' or furtitt'tnre 'at T. Whaler:.G: C; lYIssell; James: P. 1
''SulteNo.32Qf..212th St: *Come to the dancing' school tonightSchool the Miami Furniture Company's storage Grimes and Dr.: Lemts.H. Conservatory of MusicVV111'hold
..'' flourishing. Dance tomorrow ,gn and :319 Twelfth street .
night Roth.building., D. Allison Markets .
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I Mr Helen H, Coates.'of Ottawa. Baltimore, May 2 .Tomatoes $1.50 a special Summer term May 1st to August:1st In.VIolIn.PI ,
l' ED.MOFFATSDairy .I Sheriff Pawls, of Columbia County Can.;,:is delivering a free lecture to to $3.50; cukes, $2.50; beans, $1.50to "o. Kindergarten and Prima;' Music. Call or write for particular
came down this morning and will women at the Fair building this afternoon. $2.50. Advise shipments. T. H. and terms. A fins for the t
*[ opportunity young Yotk& Practice
spend the Jay here on business con Her subject Is on by ene. Evans. l1 ; ,
nected with-his om ceo physical culture, beauty, etc.: Mrs.I Atlanta. May 2- Tomatoes $2.75; supplied free. REGISTER' EARLY yFRANKEIN
Coat ,i'bu lectured on these subject ship 100 crates daily Other vegetables COLEMAN BUSH, Director. J I 1121 Twelfth Street
.For 'Rent Furnish house cool ,
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Lunch for eight years and Is an Interesting unchanged. Bell Bros. S
,! I li _rooms.and .bath. 2)9 Tenth..8t: and fluent speaker.BROSSIER Birmingham. May 2- Beanscnkes.pepper .

squash, active, $2; tomatoes )
; .t r, ,Mr., E.' H.- D1m1ck. one of,the foremost 'will collect rent $2 to $3. Bell ft Miles. !
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; heart of beans $2.50. anticipate higher. \ elJ, ,
the -- ;; the city. Address Cottage,
,>; ,building ,making this office.ServUe Brockman Co.I w
Lost Memorandum book between loaded car for Brockman yesterday ;
-, cleanest 'and'neat st din: Miami Hardware Co.. and the-Miami -- and hope to load several.more In the '
Bottling,'Works on 12th street'Finder a Little River next ten days when I will go up the
Jia : will return! to S. Freer mall boat dock- Episcopal service will be held In State. ,
room in the city.s St. Andrew's Church, LlUle River, on <

dty.Mr. Sunday next In the morning and 7:30 There .many people who can ,
s AN IDEAL: PLACE 01..:Carroll one of the firm o! O'clock.t; night Rev. Q. Bernard read human nature In the lines of the \ .
Carroll 'Jfc Clark,'dealers In bicycles. aarke: will officiate.' Topic ,of air hand., They ten to their own satts- .
FOR LADIES left last night for-Atlanta and different ; mon;4}n the morning: "The Church of faction what. kind of a person carries
...,', points: In Georgia.- "He .will:be the Living God Not New." and at night he hand. There are others who,CM
"' Connected with saloon gone about,a month' Us summer "Why] Am an Episcopalian." tell a man by the way he holds his ,
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health.: Getin the contest boys, at'Martin's by the penmanship what kind of a
Buttermilk ev enI-day'8t', Shooting Gallery for the $15 talking person he I.. and In each case there Is between Dana .
"r A school'for'daneingswlfl, 'be m chlie. ltgoes to the highest score much truth. f
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freshraents' served dor*. April 30, from 3 to S p.,m.,for,child can tell a firm by Its advertising? .
Y 1* 'I tag an hours. "-, ren and from 7 to 9 p. m. for adultsIn Word was receives yesterday by J. Study the ads In this'paper and you .
;; the Roth building on 12th street F. Challle, from Mr. R. L. Harper In will be surprised how true to life they
1 A dance will be given every Friday Jacksonville, to the effect that his are. This Is a better test of our the t.J"qvelty'Works.
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3rd door east of Arcane Don 13th- night Mrs A. McKenzle Instructress. wife;Mrs. Harper, daughter of Mr. and ory than any thing else. You know
k, street. Prout Building. Main, : :'la.SpecialSubscriptiOn % Mrs Wj. H. Challle was Improving, so the merchants and yon can JoJge how

muchfso that great Hopes are entertained fir wrong: we are. only
;-iiC. BROMIER, will collect your,rents .of her complete recovery. This There are the firms who have been la ,
new.,<--wlll .be glajly received by tte business a long time and have a fair
many:friends of the Challle family, as bnsiness at a good profit They are
at ono time little hope of Mrs.'Bar satisfied to let things take their coarse
THE RACKET( STORERibbons per's'recovery: : was held. Their ad. tells that they can be foundat .
OI: ._ the same old place and their coodk
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7 a rate for April ""'" sun are the same as usual so there Is no
BROMIER m..ou rnvutanenls
KTHrPIAff $1500 each '
use to change the reading, hence their ;
r ad stands the same an the year, and :
Another Bunch of Tourists' year after year.
Another bunch of "Meredith's tour There are other firms who make
:: :VERYBODY'SMAGAZINE ists"from the keys.Dnt fivty strong sensational runs of prices below the
arrived In the city yesterday, and *
.. another cost: price and when you read It yon .
1i land larger crowd Is ezpecteo look at once for the book for yon know
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BndLaces this afternoon on the steamer St Lode. It Is a bait because no man can sell -1.
.'|"Many of them win go north although goods below cost unless ho makes It
1 andDelineator the majority are simply coming up some other way I
.to;the city to spend their money i There II the firm with the catch
and tb:enjoy a few days' vacation returning I sentence "Wo want your money." .
\ Keep'this In mind; we save to their work-at early date That was a fool thing to advertise and
The most of the worthless and trans the way it was ran showed the firm f.: (Brossier & .Son :::#
you money. cientTlabor has been weeded out and WU new In the advertising 'Sell It

:} Asti any of our customers goten.-rid of. the railroad company believing was run until everybody wu tired .1
that the majority of the men and the papers did not want toprintIt ,
-- now{i;Remaining will stay by the work any longer. Then that firm madea .
the change of front and advertised that .
we, MU bale a sale M shoes next t t'during f1; summer. they would fin any order made to the ,1200 Ave. DP; Miam : (! :
catalongne house for 5 < Both for $2.25 }Nick that vvffl Interest you The:Revival Services it could be delivered from Chicago,
Th* revival meeting now being held Everybody said It could not be don
'7 at tht' First M. E. Church,under the but the firm made good their promts
leadership of Evangelists J. M. and M. and that !s always the teat of value ol; Counselors and Contractors in
J. Harris Is proving both Interesting Realty
:; advertising. Their ads have been ol
; ;; SMITHSBOOKSTORE =WE AND SELL SELL EVERofTHINC-IT CHEAPERWeal. and ,helpful. Mrs. Harris preaelie..tthe the kind that it takes very little effort: I
fetenlng services. She is one of for the mind of the observant, Intelll II
the bt preachers of the Gospel In the gent reader and buyer to see thai .
I Chaile&Sor n I list 0 evangelists now before the peo they are up to date and leading li I
ple. |3f It is a pleasure to listen to her their line.
I "1211' Avenue D, Miami, ',... \j fnlUJ found voice. She presents the MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY."We 2. Lots on 14th 'Street

l S and,10 Cent'Annex at.1318 ,AT*.'1L I plain::;,ospet In a clear and forceful want your money: .

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I,I For Tax Collector I 7 :x. :-ft!<1UIIt. '%:;>C
THOS. W. MATHER
I h- Voters of Dade County: S
4.. MIAMI FLORIDA I I! 1 announce myself u cui -

x Mechanical and Hydraulic EngtneeiTOndmffla i .. for recomini-t-on to the office
Ir I' ountr: Tax Col ctor. subject to
t : ,, steel towers runty gas o? the r jiocratie Primary r
line punplng engines, galvanisedaad beta May U.. 1108. Great Clarance aIeBUIDINS
black pipe at waoleeala. Special [ !:: i .N. GMUer...
aealnery. designed snd built.Ageal tt --
%sr.Xagle Acetylene. Gas Generators I R COUNTY COMMISSIONER
II I .. .. ... > '
A < :. Fifth District
will ue .......
cratic Prl.u' announce my candidacy tot
U*for 510.00; & to the office of County:
"SkatllgOp. trooaUs or im bulk tor the f subject to the action AT .
; e Democratic primary, and so i
; b.1.rn.4 ... : the support of my Democratic 1 f.
"
curb.. E., G.
Rink -- --- | TweedoIL '

per I ; COUNTY COMMISSIONER
S to- 10 .. ... for' beglnere.. District No. I
Open-l.ts S p. m.4Open To the People : Voters of Dade County: 1
At the
7"'UP.. m.Tueeday announce myself aa a can
a desire to for renomlnation to the dot
aftsrnsen reeerved,far ladlee Ulatnre. I ; Commissioner la Dtotrlot I
Saturday, ereneM reserved childrenCOMPETENT Ute for tail '
;; I. subject to the action oC the .1
INSTRUCTORS ocrstlc primary C primary' election to' be .
tS oenti I respectfully May llth. 160..
AtfadeeloN 10 cents. Skating
? Nit St. Weal like ,actM7. UpetalnIn elected.the people I wm o: ,T. -WlafleU.. continues ,with renewed interest and.vigor!

B IT discharge c
TM Good Old Summer Time' tad win do all : i FOR District COMMISSIONER No. < We add a number of important items to those already'mentioned
Yey Will Find at best Interest
:: Democratic Voters ef Dade
aave the
ers at an early ':**is method o"- aaaouada i a
JolDSflfl & Tompkins ,
,
public ,
for the office of county: '
position from District No.Z. sub Domestic J
I recognlxe ;; to the action of the Democratic 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests, taped neck Yard wide unbleached I

5 and lOc office'honor la a me '. On account of being engag and sleeve worth anywhere, : '20 yards to each custome/for---> .$1
you vegetable'growing It will be 1m- ', : :
425G 1
ilghly ten cents now 4 for.____.
make ----
for me to a personal Lonsdale
12
: will be loyal to yards Forget-Me-
2 Variety Store of my the attention county Just my crop.at this de 2o dozen ladies'' gauze.vests j 25G Not Bleaching for. 4_' --$1 I

y Any useful article for light housekeepIns. This being the cue I earnestly I worth 15c now 3 for-_ -- .
.' In tin, granite and wooden wa.... For all my friends 'to do what theJ'I I J
A "Ice''lin of door and porch platy I hereby my behalf. H. L. WalL I 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests :I 25G' Great Line of Shirts| Sacrificed.
Conch hats, ete. A fine h.
Lamps rage for the COMMISSIONER worth 2oc now 2 -----t-
assortment of toilet articles notionsfor Tom Dade COUNTY ,pi We have a broken line Of duet and
ladles and gentlement. Outfitter mit the 5th District Ten dozen assorted' Turnover collars In Monarch shirts ia attached and detached
Kirk Uunroe.of Cocoanut Grove,
to email wares for light housekeeping to represent been unanimously nominated black white blue and'pjnk' | cuffs. Also coat,shirts which
He. 1017 Avenue O. Miami, Fla. nominated at commissioner by a mass ; worth125! G wee offer to close in TWO LOTS
I 25 to 35c, novi two for-
and elected at ---:r-;-
of citizens we hereby an
shall devote his candidacy subject to tae One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks.Lot 1. Cluet attached an detachedcuffs 71

I "Wire for Mend lag terries of Dade and the : o: the Democratic primary. Mr. worth to and .coat shirts, priced ; .50
thirty-five seventyi
has been a resident of Dade i 25 .L47I 20
2.00'now
earnest. for more than twenty: years I five cents, your choice for--<--. G and c...
which time he has shown u .
1q teal In the cause of good Twenty -five dozen, ladies fine Unnene Lot 2. Monarch attachec and detached
I'll Wirefor You"Phone For c and has steadfastly promoted hemstitched handkerchiefs cuffs; worth I 1.25 ,, ,
put : 95c'
Interest of
worthy our' great
With fall 15c 1"15" at ---. .._. : _
Therefore we ask for aim a box, and worth 10 to
176 till honors performance asked ,IlIpport of all good citizens This sale per box---- ;i 1 : "
coming '
CH. BROWN hare the honor (Signed).primary.W. J. Rhone. half Special 'ShoeKeith's 'dr0 ce ent," t ,,
r'' saadldate for th I: B. 8. Potter 100 lawn and silk baby caps at f price95c

68* CONTRACTOR I Circuit Court of Pea,Richardson .Konqueror 3.50 and 4.00
.ELECTRICAL tor jour rote' Committee. Lawn and percale wrappers .
tit*. 1.50'now' _.. .... .. ..
worth
1113AVCMC. C We are exclusiv* agent* for this famous shoe }
COUNTY COMMISSIONER' : For style fit sad service this line has no*n- t
Fen Second District, Lawn Klmonas and sacques 45c perior and few equal. JIJST RECEIVED> ,';
*'take';thti'I *,Voters of Dade County: "worth 75c, now a new line in all the late, .a popular style ';l
myself as a car
announce myself aa a
,X Clerk of; for nomination to the ova .( "
BISCAYNEDRUG Abject to the coaunlssloaer la District No. S.
primary. to the action of the Democrat- W. M.' Burdine 3I6-3I8 Twelfth 'St ]
i" ; Election. to he meld May f
'F.,. dent itOC. Gen B. .Baker,;
-, I ro"the : ; ''-, ,
COUNTY COMMISSIONER I .
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COMPANY I FJ' District N. 4 _' .ei.
voters la'the Mends of A.,Lee JOlem data t
R mary. u l'"W his same before the teten Loan Marffs' 'Ovsterana"Cli Chop House
JO
t circuit court : County for the office of Con Money i
Having subject to the action ,
1 Sea Food Our Specialty
'k '
s years I Invite ) Democratic primary lectloa. .i
Joa of those sell liar 15. U0 -" "
; Medicine tonally aa to On Short or Long lime I Oysters by plate, quart or gad lpn: 4

JP- | zen, my rt' ord j I ,COUNTY COMMISSIONER. ; Meals served at all hours 410 t2th Street Miami, Florida.
-- '--'- past and.my_ i District No. 4 9 i
for the office to i : *'Mead of J.'J. Hon aanounc:* FasyPaymentsbade.GoSecurly t j .
4 In medicine be careful If elected I ] as a candidate for Count Coav !; "" I

4 1, in: wrfat you buy and ma treatment la District, No.' 4. subject Investigate Before Investing '
lands of every ., action of the. Democratic. Prt- .
where buy It It Is ate office.. *; : Co
you: ? : ,
the I
Soliciting I J
not only important that _ho considers t .COUNTY COMMISSIONIR Wind P owe4 c
tble.' I am Second Dlstrlst
you, get i, the best values 1 William Helm, announce Burkhart) Has been adopted by the beat people of the:country aa the
but also that Welt Palm & for county commis toner cheapest power for raismjr water. Note the people who hare
you the Second district subject to the them, they could have steam, gas and hot air too if they wanted '
? get goods that,give you. For.Clerk of the Democratic prisaarte LOCK .AND GUNSMITH it I handle the beat mill made and make specialty ot thin
resultS Babying: & t ; Helm la a successful business business and with my pump mechanism thit I have just been
satisfactory ;we' past; five years : eathualasUc for;good(roads, 'a Expert RepairingAvenue granted patent on. I will guarantee'to double the capacity, J
; have a' reputation for office of the lul dvll engineer and well C between 12th and 13th St. value and life of any wind' mill outfit, Any infringements wul s'
qualifies me to'flll the office.,' be prosecuted.Ce ., J -

,. furnishingsatisfactory with : : myself a/candidate for the offloe of J \ 71-"
snd Reliable Goods.. : lacy for Clerk FOR COUNTY. COMMISSIONER constable for the Tenth district subject .
'" object to the First District =>;. to the. action of th* Democrat H r. PERRY Cocoanut Gtpvg FloridaDr.Burnham;
cratic yrlmtry. : respectfully announce;myself aa Primary election to ,b* held'May 1
: : & .for the once of county 15th.1 1606. -
I for the F1nt.DtstIci SAMUEL EOUNDTlUaB.>! I 'rS
to the action of the Democrat-

FINECANDICSAND: To the. For : ; & ,. ,,of May. 15., FOR CONSTABLE >
\ Harry DuBol Tenth District
CIGARS. take **'1* '
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Fla. I hereby announce myself u a caa t -
candidacy : I I,1
11:11: :: Jldate for the office of Constable lathe
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Clerk subject I COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Tenth Justice District of Dade :
date Democratic any Second District county: subject to the Democratic primary ;: The Miami Snrgeon and, SpeclalstRIf :
rs Democratic Voters. of Dad and ask the support of an myfriends. .
Tel:3' Cor.12 Ave
: : St:_ D can giveme.; :: '
: Respectfully.Jokn 't
'announce myself as a can r. DeBerry. you are: a sufferer hoot any Cbronic DiscaseTuicera.. : Tumors Can t tCera

.. for the office 'of County Com or any Blood .Disease, Catarrhal Disease of Head, .Throat ; ,
For from the"'Second District "FOR CONSTABLETenth Lungs, Stomach or Bowels, Dvspepsiajndigeat'on., Rectal,, "'2.1
,We,are Now Ready to burnish To* the Voters county subject to.the will District Diseases,'Female ;{-
I hereby & Democratic voters u eipressed t hereby announce myself a* a candidate Disease t 1-
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Sncll ** dUate for; ; coming primaries. for the office 01 constable, All Litest Electrical Aids. Medicinesand !<
Homeopatiic
Tribune of county; Paul C. Jon**.' the.. Tenth Justice District 0: Dale
i action of the, E .Palm Beach.'Fla., county subject to the will of the Dem- S' J I
;, a large stock of Specially ptepared remedies for r
and other, election'to be ocratic voters:, at the coming primary Special
COUNTY:COMMISSIONERFirst election.: W. H. Morris.
Miami., Fla District Ladies Maid Always in Attendance! :-|
.
makes'.ofBo/ : hereby announce myself as a can FOR MEMBER COUNTY In Metropolis Building. From 9 a. m' o'4
Upstairs m.
For C for the office of county commis BOARD.OF EDUCATION p, SUP;eaptedh I
To the Voters i from the First District of DaJe < ,
To'the of bade County:
Having been I subject to the decision. of the People
Urgent for use of name
county since t Democratic primaries. request my

ual very citizen'best I to :' Fla. Chas. W. McPherson. as at 'candidate the coming for Democratic membership Primary In the I Chas &.Harooy

county f : | county board of public Instruction Ch asp & CO.

ot, thecounty. : i | FOR TAX ASSESSOR finds me not'well equipped either all! .
But U
partisan or as office-seeker.
r: k 6 public-once,
the Democratic Voters of Dade
now true that I have had some,experienceas I I SUCCESSORS'TO e
: an educator; and If,'as such the
'. 'y' I now offer I will be a candidate for re-nomlna- people want my service In the modest CHASE HARVEY, Inc. Fire
for the office "
The bicycles! and ,other at the coming Democratic priuury but Important office Indicated I know
tnbject.to the office of,Tu Assessor and re i
y goods are the best standard I need every I' solicit your support of no sufficient reason for refusing i I FRUIT AND Accident _'t
this service I do not feel the lure VEGETA.BLEPA.CKERS Etna
goods on the market trust'that my Geo. 0.' Butler..
of office, and I can not contend for I
dty or
office but I stand ready to respond 5:
: on the day of FOR CONSTABLE TortiadoFIDELITY
Hartford and ,other ',Tires.' for which i Tenth District to any reasonable request to SerraThe Cash Dealers in
Coaster' Brakes fitted to old perform the, ]! hereby announce myself u a can- rest Is up to 10U.W.W.1'ar1L
for the office of Constable In I Insurance
much
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wheels. All work guaranteed promptness '. District of Dade county snV Miami Fla., April 1L ;Crate 1j

business ; to the Democratic primary and
Best, new wheels for', rent FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
the. support of an my friends. I Material
'231 12tH'Street. Blue'Front'a t For | Respectfully The friends of J. R. Anthony Sr< ; BONDS
: I hereby i W. J. Wilson hereby present his name as a candidate ,
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Udate for the for member of tae Board of Public Packing and Warehouse, ,
Carroll & Clark' jf Dade COUJIt CONSTABLE. Instruction from the second ,district I East End ILml filler DjcL OLDEST AGENCY IN MIANI
if the. ; Tenth District. of Dade county, subject: to the
take this method. -: announcing action of the Democratic primaries I

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The Winning Ta fl 1 I SUMMER DECORATIONS DRESS ReullEstateBargains I ]




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Talk to a-man'about, a subject he knows nothing about and he takes no',!jnterestin! what RIBBONS ARE VERv'MUCH IN* OEMAND .

you say. Talk: to.him on a subject close to his every day.life, arid : J.

you will get his entire attention, sure! LACES ALSO POPULAR We off era, fe. choke properties. .fo the acxt 1O '

MATERIAL ,FOR TRAVELING is follow *

t DO YOU KNOW I ; I. GOWNS, ETC. OTHER, MATERIALS t .
Lot i paved street In fine part el city each.....M7&00.fisoo I,.
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That each :and every customer who deals: at our. store Is entitled to onefof."- our famous IN STYLE ,1 lot on 10th lust!, near Ave. C, a big I bargain at .....:.. y

3 Iota -en Fifth street each..............., ..;....... ..........
TALKING MACHINES Ts
.. New'York May 3.-One of the new Howe and, lot 'on Third street, 6 room, fine place, easy termei ttaOO

; : I. I way, to decorate the summer dress One-half lot Oft,Twelfth,Street,,for ........,.. ..... .......f.f.t '1150O
U to drape the bodice with ribbon in
Elegant home (on Ith soco' $
At any: time you find you have accumulated, purchase \Coupons, td the amount of $50. fichu fashion. The ribbon crow more street'i.. $" ,
beautiful every day, and they are used J' :1 ,
: This Is an opportunity for everyopdy to secure one of the,most renownedipraphophones' 1 In an aorta of ways, sashes, Schua.girdles .I r RIve.Iota.' ... :
selling raplely, but we have a few, chelae eaN
on 'the ,market: t :and thisoffer: holds good ,throughout the enUre ear of 19o6. % trills: flounces and ,ChoUI at left at, the following: P"OII: vI Jt.
:' the'front of the.bodice.
CALL AT OUR STORE .ANY TIME'.AND '
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The most popular ribbon.Just now ': l

L iStE3I1 ": used In millinery"are' those In black I Corner' l iota, On,Twl1ftl.. Ve.t...;..:...,..: .... ........... ..1250 xtInside
=' >., .. and white strips and they are most -Iota'on"" .... $1o t
: Twelfth atreet.- ....' i... ..;.
effective the little black sailors
on
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.4'' tf' [citations s with the addition of a 'black or.white :'t Inside, .toaon'' q(; other streets.- .'..... .;';.,... .,...,,,' ,...;: ..J..11IO

SongsStories : wing or quill standing straight.up' at Corner Leto On other etreeb...:.... .' ...... ......:... ',.. ..11000'Y
the, aide : : '
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I T34 The colored linens are not 10 -'aah.lonable R.mem"r that _at.l'. '....... lights, paving and 'atreet ,will f
as they were last year but .'
,j In be down there'la tilt aezt sixty daYS;
'hose in white have not decreased one 'raT
whit In popular favor. One of the : f
,
new ideas is the using of linen heavily
embroidered for little Jackets to
i" .. be worn with skirts, or lawn, lace and
muslin. Handkerchief linen Is 'more J.tj'.JTatnm & Co.

used than ever not only are blouses
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made of this dainty fabrictut the
: Hands skirts also decorated with r .
etc.Is + are equally f
.
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I I IIt and are covered with embroidery,
'medallions, "set ins" are lavishly used

F lerybodsr If' In its make. up.. ., A:PLUMBING: PROBLEM 'k.is .

Lace is for the thinner materials lakes r ,
the most fashionable garniture Irish ,simple at bur: shop .) no difference .
talking: about the low prices of our good :and at same: time enables yoiij to get for your t crochet Venltlan. and"Valenciennes how Intricate ani; plumbing tr

home use; a natural) tone talking machine' which 'can., and will tell yoij-jhore about the leading in popularity.- Borne times job may be we can.solve* It with neat s+,

advantage: to be had at our store than we :are :able to Jell yt1 ourselves a You two varieties may better are used buy on these one dresses dress. ness and dispatch.' If it, 'w isn't so we +

which come all ready to be put to wouldn't have 'the long list of good
gether and If the dressmaker's price cltlxens' we work for as :reference*l ;

is to 'be considered It certainly' 4 Don't, worry over plumbln, ; problems .

: Good store much the ,cheaper way to buy'them. But1 submit them to.us. Is'ett=
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EmpIre Dry
For a great outing dealn suits..sed the',and wlalte very worstedsare smart cellent] ana prices' low. rOrk

they are when made-with the Jaunty /: : .
'I Eton) They are not so unpractical H. P.. SCRUMS, A CO. .

'. 327. TWELFTH, .. STRENT.. MIAMI' as 'would appear at first sight; for .
t they.are easily'cleaned and becauseof K ., SIC ..- D : ,
.i t! I'n' t't their durability may' be restored to
_. almost their i pristine freshness. The

I limits 'of .tit! | city upon which 'the I.old dress fashioned"is'nowseldom, ,yachting seen suit'for or .sailor every Southern Marble & Stone Co.
taxes have been paid for the yes* ,
:woman now Is distinctly "tailormade"In
I Directory' 1905.;and whcTthall not DO a qualified : all her outside garments. 4, S. HOOAN, STREET JACKSONVILLE. r
: Miami Business elector la all other respect under the ',:. .. <" 'Headquarter. for '... 3
charter of the city and the ordinance >
If
For traveling' there'are two 'ma
thereof -,r & ? .. : Building:Stone Marble( 'etc. f' _
,
I The inspector and clerk who shall terials that are perhaps above an ,
conduct said .flection shall be u fol. others most suitable the English mo : -,
AND
l.; The Out- of Town"Buyer and those 'within the city will find in the lows:',, Inspectors. A. J.. Kolb R. J. hairs and the Panamas. They are.especiany MOSAIC TILE, WORK
1, list below the add..*.... of Miami Merchant under lathers and.Cbas. A. 1aui Clerk. fashionable In grey mixtures '. ,
-a; elaMlfled head-for r.... 'r.r.r.nce. I John H. Cheatham. (grey"' being the, fashionable color .. FOR FLOORS BATH, J ROOMS.' MANTELS ETC. ,
The polls stall# be open at 8'oclock this season) or- In grey and white Momsaeats Gus I.ee.a."W"ck..t.arpst .' h

r "'" .-"'. '.,r. .. ::'-.;,. ,. : and close at'_ vn dowu. ,*..' ? ,&w;?< checks*.. Very natty suits of two-toned wo lr. Un xclM hcUhiM' I,.. FracUf.. .. Pr.. s.m-, Sc
i L'L. MADY L -.*The ballot:to be used insaid; election grey checks are shown in many dresses .
> CO. l-; SCRIVEN
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Ii. :; : ', shall ,biil prepared by the 11, !I.' heart Fruit aad,Vegetables; r12tk Dealer la Drags; Patent x.a. council 'and'thin, be .iii the follow- of\ blue, red or green .collar. and

;' Street."Cor. Ave a K ml.J1a. ;errs Tofu: ;;ArncJKi Vaf4ou-p. lagform"For City Bonds" and'Against cuffs: and nearly all the gowns thus RITTY BROTHERSMachine
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'ltgstt A MLlmt ,City Bonds. made have an extra decoration of ,
d.; ', 'Fancy" '0 rocII'I.' 'u__.. Grain UtT -- '. .,A : The Inspectors appointed to conductsaid elthK simple or elaborate according 'j '
election: 'rnay'require'each elector to the,taste of the wearer.
*'!,j' and Mapea' J-erUllxec' MRS.. B. C. BECK' offering td.vote at said election to S. : Shop M.
*t
Real'Estate ,
furnish proof' .that said elector possesses The touch of gold has by no means
-:!" X (;LUMMUS Suite X 4. 1 and 1UO -- ,, the requisite qualifications u herein "gone out.".It Is with us in the fold

t:", Dealer; la 'Qroeartes. I(halo. 1-S Twelfth street .Miami. Fla: : .Ie bed. ,' of tissue on the"lace blouse In belts. Agents for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene '
i f f Said election shall be bell at, the In part construction of the collar and ,
::1. ,. Ba7 ad' retttHsera. ,WILSON A',HUDDLETON: : city han In the city of Miami cuffs and a line of It'amidst the more and kerosene engine, repairing a .SPECIALTY
;;. .U'.1m Street '1IJaaI. Elm I Real Estate aa4 lnamraae1S That;saidOne Hundred Thousand sombre braids Or a faint pattern worked : ;
DoUara':of City Bond, provided the
out with Its shinning glint.
ue 1'1relftII1trMt Miami, r.., General Repair Work .
; Issuance of the same be confirmed by If yon are buying a new silk dress ;

:'l', ,THIIlAGNOLIA. UOCIrt. co., A. J. CAMPULL two-third ot.>the .voters participating do not buy a Pongee;for.it has nowlost 508 SEVENTH;, STREET.. MIAMI, FLORIDA ?
la said election, said tbten participating ,
Da.rs all Its prestige; Instead get aTussor. s:
to Oroced.u. EAr tad
', DiiaJIr'Dry CJcIc ,' l doUnc. -: qualified'a herein prescribed, .' which Is quite as pretty as -, -_ .. .
: .:Gents' Fumuaiag-: shall be issued and sold lathe several sheer and comes with the'coarse
n' ,
c. Aft.. D'aal ltb... JlLlsai Tim au. A,< ..... .V Miami." Fla. amount anil[for the municipal. purpose threads. that are so popular in silk
,; .{ : r., :' .'.:'j --t .' a* follow, to-wit: this summer Or. if prefrred there
,. For tht: piai'Polt of constructing are the Bnrllnghams and Rajahs which
.i and maintaining! a system of sewerage arf+-by far; the most fashionable silk Fort! Dallas Lalla'Coen -
or for otherwise promoting the healthof
for the season; morever, the yare ny ,
.. W. J. Brown the dtyjto j the amount of Thirty very durable besides being exceedingly
: Thousand Dollars ($$30.000.00) be
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stylish. 'They may be found la all k, III ..
called and known a* Sewer Bonds.1For II "r .
fashionable colors. The Tussor coniesIn
,
the of openingwlJenIng, .
purpose wide but of all "rI
a range of tints .
i
and paving tile street and sidewalks I'll I
+-1 r 1 : of the city[to! the amount of Twenty the pastel shades are the most beauti-- u
; a
.
ful j Has .its lists
Sanitary Thousand. Dollar (120,000) to, be with' white flowers printed upon on i
them. Of course a darker 'shade '
.
called and known a* Street Improvement .
would be more suitable if one must ,
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Bonds|' make .the. dress do service next falL j' t
Plumber' For the purpose of erecting a public ,. 1 I ,, '" .j
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buildingtobe constructed of Miami, Just a whisper for the benefit of Bome.particularlyattrattive eites for ,
rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand thocewho while buying must keep next !
1-- l r- Dollars.UlO.OOO, to be called and winter in mind.' It I*,said-and those "both residence and 'business pur- -
known U' cttr Bunding,Bonds.' \
responsible' for such things are my Qposes.f \ .
1O19 Ave. D :Miami For the purpose of establlshlngjnalntalnlag authority-that' red will be a leader, ? An investment in Miami 'real ;
and'equipping a J'trt.Depart. terra cotta; ruby and shade of reJ- '

.. meat to tbt amount of Fifteen-Thom. dish: nolet.known as "\Iollne." and estate is safe; sure, of quick returns ,
and Dollars (115.000). to be caned sad you know the, manufacturer color-
known u Fire Department: Bonds., lit are'even now busy right In the
Fwyors PIOCUM*Tm' and the*Public at Large: 'For'purpose >of ,opening constructing midst of arranging for styles, mater I
L::John SeweD, m&lor.olthe"dtr and malntalng public parka lal* and colors oft the opening season .
A resolution of the dty councfl 'ot'the of t. lamIn conformity to Section and promenades, located within the They also say that suede will be a 'JOHN B. RCILLY J.C.INGRAHAM., '
".' city 'of Mlam(,-pIVfid1q that the 1. of an ordinance passed by the city city limits\:to the amount of Fifteen popular:' trimming, which has the'et ,

jTOclamation of the Mayor of said council of the city of Miami.. on tie Thousand Dollars (115.000), to be.caJJ. ect of leather.: The latter.wilt la all Dallas Land Vice-Presldent Dallas
11th day of April, A DJM6 and sign.ed ed sad known as Park sal Promenade probability have.a showing for winter Agent .Fort Fort
"eltrchtq"aOUe; of u'e1tct1oato F. H. Us "
Wharton. president of
bebeld In the of MlamL 'the city council attested by M: R. Kellum. Bonds. SsF T' it has not an altogether unstylish Company, Miami Florida. Land Co., St Augustine.
city' on Said bonds shaH be lined in five effect though one is apt to get very ,!; ....... .1 .
iZlourth Tuesday In May.'A. D. tack clerk of said'dty' and. approved.the different, series; to>wit: The', Sewer tired of It before the season U over; -
11th of A. D .
day May 1XX. signed
.same being the std day of said month John SeweO. mayor and entitled> Bonds,-nunabered from one to thirty and it stamps a dress as the one we
f or the purpose of submitting>> to the ordinance the issue Inclusive; Street Improvement Bonds wore last time" for there is no shown I sufficient' number
AD authorising
: In ra: erle ? numbered from one to change possible as long u that bright of originality in its method of to furnish a of ears
I 'fluaUned.. registered voters of said of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of twenty Inclusive: City Building BondsIn forth decoration. They have ,become com for the transportation of lumber when
leather gleams as a garniture.
--1l city the question of the' 1a., and sale Otr SoII4I of the CIty.of 'Mtaml, a; series::.from one .to twenty Inclusive mon. ., needed. !it.
''of'One Hundred 11aoa a4 Dollars Stat.ot Florida:Authorising an Election ; ,Fire Department toad ia a The newest thing in millinery is Catherine Mann-Payxant of

;(1100.000.00) of city tends", be spread method for such of purpose holding and such providingthe election series,from- one to fifteen Inclusive; the peacock feather. It Is beautiful Suffered Five Year' with Xldney

l1Q1Oa the minutes of this ooondl and and farther, la conformityto, the dt= Park and Promenade Bond In.a series even In Its natural state but the,mJllt. WILL TALK HARDWOOD and Liver Treuble r
.: that the same be published for the pernlol charter of said city hereby give notice from one to fifteen, inclusive. Said ners have tried, at any rate to improve 1 suffered for five years with kidney
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of thirty days prior to said elecon and the same Is hereby proclaimed bond Issued denominationsof upon nature for we see peacock and liver trouble, which caused severe
One Thousand Dollars, each andihif feathers In all colors of the rainbow. Memphis Tenn.. May 8- Several
S aa required by law. that'a Special Election-will be held pains across the back and a blindIng
.. Be It'Resolved by the,city council In the dty;of Miami. ,State of FlorIda bearilnlerext at the rate of.Bnper But if your costume should have brown hundred hardwood lumbermen from headache. I had )dyspepsia and
/of the dty 'of, Miami: ; on the 'fourth Tuesday .Ja'May. cent.[per annum- aad 'shall mature aaj red vivid green or blue with a all parts of the country are In attendance was so constipated that I could 'not
That the following proclamation of'the .A.: D.. 1906, the same being the 22d and become payable thirty yean tint In gold la Its combination yon are at the National Convention 01 move my bowels without a cathartic.
Hon. John SeweD mayor of the day of said month for the purpose of In luck Mr. Peacock can supply for the National Hardwood Association I was cured by Chamberlain's Stom
from the thereof shall
flate and: be
fdty o: MlamLat. this the regular submitting to the quallfieJ. registered [ your hat without any aid Just the which opened here today. The local ach and Liver Tablets kD.lUTIt bees 9l
meeting ot the city council of said voters of tie City of Miami, the question old at not leis than their par value.Vftnesspry feathers for your hat and you must club of Hardwood Lumbermen baa wen now for six months": says Mr.
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R city held on the llth day of Karl A. of tbt' Issue of .ODt'. Hundred :: hand and' the seal of .t sk him for half his tall as to be quite made every exertion to give to the visitors Arthur S. Stt1ct! 4, 6t Chattanooga.
n;,1to1. :which said proclamation.is Thousand Dollars'of City, Bonds of the city tils llUa day of April A a la style yon need at least six or more a royal welcome and baa prepared -Tenn. For ale by Blscayne Drag
t..' the following words and figures! the city, of;KJamJ. State, of'Florida. 1101. .. ..cf the nodding "eyes" to wave from an interesting'" program for their Co. and all drvgglsts.Chamberlain's ||
to-wlt: -_ 'No person shaH be allowed to vote four last chapean. V- entertainment; Many important matters Salve Is good forallays any a
a. Special Election: Proclamation of in said election who la not a registered .H Join, Seven. will come up for consideration disease of the IkfJI.I I[| It the w,
'.[' Mayor of the city of Miami and,Noitlce voter of the city of Miami and a resident Mayor, of tie City of MlamL The sailor bat is so very popular and discussion at this couv. :toe. Itching and burning eftatioa Instant
of the aims.To ot said city and who shaH not Attest. : }tK.JL E1Bsm hat one Is almost tired o! It already among other things the Question of ly. For sale by Biscayne Drag Co. '
o.t"Votera of the city of Miami own' real estate'situated within tie (Seal) Up city ..... end to be stylish It need a good deal tow to Inducethe! railroad companies and an dregglsta.Irt n

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every 1 100' We have',suits j Value aildice a .
( Just think. of getting Suits woSuits'worth th $10 at$6
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I clotHf and style. We have all the new things in steel and ;
4 ( .. I I''.;,J'_, Oyster Greys,. English Suitings, Tropical Worsteds,
% Serges and English. cricket''cloth. Come and see them
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'.a to be'sold : sold. We have thesesuits 'F In this stock!;you will find ;
II We have them in (every c1othftnad in the new fit desirable goods for boys' i
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I Linen Goods to the f finest \\ r ted. .a Cheviots and Worsteds.
suitings at $2 to $6. \
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20 per cent off on all stock-goods on all boys clothing __ on all Pants

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You will also find ,great. bargains ,on oOr bargain counter. -in shoes; shirts and hats; Goods marked down to half.price '
1 Just come and take a look, we do notask you to buy. Do not delay, but come today, as these suits w 11 not,stay., ;
a We expect to, > put a:new suit on nea rl lx every .man: and boy in this city before. Saturday, May the 5th. '1906 ;'.

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OTHERWISE ,,._ soliciting' your: vote' for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, I wish to can'your attention to the .... fteBy
appreciate that I would be serving YOU. I realize that I would only be clerk, and by that I mean that I would be serving JOUr IAtertlta

J TT same u It you should employ me to look after, your PERSONAL business"affairs. I, Y' fat G.

<'-;'wHs !!&l am no professional politician seeking to defeat any one,' but I want the position and promise faithful, careful effldmt &IL4a.'

!t.: courteous treatment to EVERT citizen of Dade.County. Florida* You are the employer. want to be the employee and request you to tatA seine: t m
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i X JAMES 1'. JAUDON '
fO Is ""ealtl Tainted to blame u the Governor, if not more i I
so. It" easier for'II Individual to -
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h Editor Tomlla has found something make a mistake than it is for a legislative '. WHAT MY HOME AP&RSSAY ABOUT MY, CANDIDACY'e
real tainted about the drainage be. -
body or it ought to The '- 1 "
( scheme because Charley Choate.1ssending has of ,
habit the' Florida Legtslautre
out -copy. 'to,the .editors I passing a measure because the Governor CAPT.: j. p. JAUDON CAPT.JAUOON, INTER! RAM
It lti : against the scheme. Wen. we receive wise ,{ '
recommends it Is not a very ,
batch of this stuff every few .days I I
'J y a one and passing a law merely to enable
S',. bat,the oU waste basket takes care : official to fulfill a campaign ,. .n '
>. 'of it The SUB has not takea them pledge any II'still more reprehensible.Florida .- Miami I News March'1t. 1901: L Per County Clerkship! .and ,Makes It tr;

: pains to find out who pays the Night Signal gajs a Peur Cornered Contest far
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changed'our senti- announcementI '
'but.we have Captain J. F. Jandon's

,..r.. Bents at alL We think and believe Big Devll-Plsh A *; .. 8Metropolis 'vy
1 Is but care :yesterday's Morning News that he
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Broward wrong
: 'Governor' his news -This is, no ,whale story. ,A ,large ::1!:;, March-" 1090tl
:' ,nothing ,about Choate and will have devil-tsh.wu caught a few days .ago would. be a candidate for the office of t
bureau. Brother Tomlln we .
ia Tampa BaT by Capt. H. O. Warner. ; '
-'If,to work on the legislature to establish The'fish, U'II; feet across the back, Cout"nty Clerk, brought to him during The- .race for the county ,elerkshl- ,
.r-cla, aalterm text, book system which It,Is fes crows stronger'and'more'j' interesting
I weighing at least 3.000 pounds t
,wQl amount to more to the people th# day the assurance of the support
now on exhibition in the museum in $*'$ each day, and with the anaonacemeatof
the Everglades
:itt than the drainage of. the rear of Warner's Curio Store. After ooery many of his friends Capt., '* : '
';: Lakeland' Sun.' .battling with the monster for several N .Capt J. F Jandon, which appears

':Oil!! hours, with a harpoon gun and 'J?on Is well known and has. many 'In the Metropolis this afternoon, tie'wirm
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Strawberries, at_Starks hook the yacht Flaneur, owned by Dr. '
t1( sei'e friends throughout the county contest'' assumes "fours rnered as'pext .
Up to the present stage of the Ooble, with. the Messrs. Clarkson. and b

-= 'son., the Bradford,County Bank has party on board was signalled and took wU feel?that he Is well fitted to nil. 1, '. with,the prospect. ofV,! fifth, ana_ ,
'u' paid out checks presented by Bradford the small boat with the devil fish In '
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even a sixth 'getting into tt
county Itraberncrower.: very close tow Captain Warner and"his taxidermist 'office of County Clerk and wW.' i. t person w
tiQ. hundred thousand dollars The worked 18 hours skinning, the *& 4l'-: within the next few days
lo two will make an earnest effort to secure i ; J ,,
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:proceed from the season's shipping fish. Everybody ,shoal'see ItTam.pa r.d- sir, Capt Jandon.. the latest aspirant '
.;*will probably reach three hundred :Tribune. hU'election. They point out the fact r .-- t, -
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'.. .:: thing to getter;with an ,enterprising Coal Strike at Live Oak t1 business qualities the county Be 1s commands:of
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hustling citizenship, that makes Starke. It is not oaten that 'a ,coal strike coupled with a commendable the Miami military' company, sadia
"1 lone of the best towns In Florida.Btarke reaches Live Oak for there Is no coal ark '

', i Telegraph. to mine, but yesterday the two negroes spirit' oflocal pride-'sad patriotism = 'private, llf*, is a commission dealer.Capt .

;"_ :i who pass coal at the Seaboard's. *" f: Jandon Is honorable- and honest- '
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h 1F Postmaster, and It crops out In Interest ,which ti
A Crooked chute in the western part of the city, ,
t: ti, The .local postofflce 'was Inspected went out Oil, ,strike for ,more'.:pay. ,he Sj .manifests! in ,tJie Miami. Rifles laSS 4 .' sa.. dcompetent..to.. serve. In,theoncekeeping ot 'A

;- by two':of the postoffice Inspectors less' hours, less work, more sleep 'P .; '' Cleric of tip OrculfCottrt. falthfallT

last week.. We are Informed that better grub and numerous other ., the company, up to the Stan- JAMES E. JAUDOf* and:well. The captain. win 'make's

they found several letters la the wastebasket things, and they are still out. It Is c dud orlgaalutou Popular '
>.1'z ;y' torn ia halt 'They left here not thought however; that,, traffic on '3 of the best military. ', CudldiU for : strong bid, aad be a' close dor.-or ,

) last Wednesday morning for, Jacksonville the line will be suspended on account CrIbe stun 'CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT 'party,Ia the eoateet.h4 1'mla. \ close ?

,c accompanied by our postmas- of the strike; or that troops will \be \

ter'and his assistant When they. ar- ealIe4'out ,to 'oalet'the striken::o: 1 rl.
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.\: 15.brought-against the mail postTrf Be board of arbitrators for adjustment. history red ability, should\be posted ,before' they cast their:rote for him for such aa Important office., '. ft -

:!"..t master for illegally opening Live, Oak. Democrat' .. %3>, Captain Jandon fiat present engaged the commission business,:besides belng.one, of the largest'vegetable end fruit grower* la' this aattlon : I
Z waived aamlutSoli'aa.1 was placed Y Y' ,. Before coming to this place some eight or nine years ; he'was in the orange growing business la Orlando Orange' County. !

t; ander bond of $150,to await the action 'f il As aa office man he la eminently fitted for that position, and his long experience la handling m kinds of business and accounts,win be eCInistlmable '

ik. J'of the court' He was removed :rom OfflOAL GOUN1YDFMUITIU'GAa rain to him if yon should decide to cast your tote for him t .. ,:: : } :
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, *:,V l lbllfPMIUOD .. assistant to the post M As to character and honesty he stands ta the front rank, at the last city election he received a very gitttrlffg rote for the poatUoa.ot city

tL' .I master'aad Mrs.:Ida Grea'who formerly { ;' ( tax assessor tad was elected to..that lIOIIUoL. '. < -I
l- worked la the office here was { # For a number of years he has been captain of the Miami Rifles 'and has no superior in the State National Gaaraw"'alt'COlDtltolDDaalJ'.1Q&ttera. '

it-'_ appointed la his- ,place White Springs- : Everything Captain Jaudon does, he does welt : | ", *

4Herald: \ \ f4 You could do :your county no better service. than by Toting for lames F. Jandon and by casting your Tote for him you will be placing tie ,,

L.W .A meeting ot the Dade'County Demoocn.Uc right man la the right place.' 1 r '-- | 'r r
ff ." Ti 4 Good Roads" JI \ Executive Committee waa held 1' MY PLEDGE will not go onU&le of th'-county for my deputies If you should elect me to'the posltlon'of Clerk ot the Circuit CotrtJAMES ,

,I! J ,"WJta the*advent of good roads'therewfll at Miami.: Fla,>on' the 14th ,day' of .l .II II
''I -.t be thousands of acres of the very" I March 1996 pursuant to adjournment

it-: best' farming,and fruit,lands opened t The following::-can; for a primary ( .F.. JAUC5ONBowers
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't 4? East Coast of Florida .These lands at, Notice;II hereby glvm that'.there ,\ -, -- .
i \. ,the present time can be bought cheap will be Democratic Primary Eeo-- P 1": Kitchen and B. C. Miner. Justice of thePeace- ..:....., I.OOj .It

I But It is notunreasonable, to predict tlon held in the several elections districts Clerk:,Jimel C Hepburn. Polling placed; Constable .........:.:'..:... 1.00 +J. B. Hawkins.. B. L LaaMter, ,J. E. Lummue. ,
r that this same land win treble In value of )Dade"county: Florida." OB school;bouse.Precinct'No.. :.: County,Fish and Game Warden 8.00 .. -' '

Jy Immediately when they are made May, 15th.'1906, audit necessary oa :: ..,S=Inspectors: Frank Supervisor of Registration., '(.00 The"1I\1Jiam\ : .Grocery << f

V.,.', accessible by good roads leading to the Jane'12; 1906, for the nomination of Sheen.;Joel :A.-. Dean. and Dan Co- 'All'candlates tri required'to file a r 0.I .

.' :i many' shipping points., These :roads all Democratic candidates.' State and grove. ,Clerk::T.-Campbell. Polling written application to have his name

I ,are sure to be bunt'for the people are County, to be voted for by.the Democratic place;'old engine house.' appear upon the official ballot on the ': I
c, fully aroused- their great importance electors at, the general ejection >Precinct: ; No.' Inspector: Jesse blanks furnished by. the committee, I Staple I aad Fancy Groceries

uta the work of developing and settling to be held November, eta 1908, Dougherty; J. L.; Garnett and F. W. accompanied with, the fees above set 'fRUITSaedVEGETABLES. ,

"the country,' The Florida East Coast and to be appointed by the Democratic Palmer. i erk:,' Cullen Pence.',Polling forth with Geo. P.:;Bull,, of OJus, Fla. J l a

L'Kaflway, has made cities and 'towns Governor ot the State between the place., 'Porter's Packing Bouse. Secretary and Treasurer of the County Our stock' ,of groceries is' complete and we think we fan supply

.dUe: good roads 'now ,to be'but* date of 'holding such primary else Precinct 'No..I-hIpeetora1'JI. 1 Democratic Committee, oa'or before about everything required in toe baking line. Our aim, ia to keep: ,

> .and 'to:'be, constructed: rID rapid tioa and the holding ot,the- primary. McRae J..,Baygood/aadi, I. B. the 26th day of April A. D.1906.The only the best class of groceries and our prices on them will be
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:develop,and settle the ', to right. delivered, promptly to any part of the
nom.bated ,
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i' -The following officers are to pladf.'schooIhoun. Committee shall meet oa MoadayMay
,tary to these cWes'ju4, towns, tt "' 'city. Our fruit and_vegetable stock always fresh., ,Give ns a call
? 'therefore behooves'the man looking at said primary. election .'to- Precinct No. 6-Inspectors. : J. I. 21.' 1906 at the County, Court' House, ,
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Hardy D.! Cassel and J.-W'. ,Plvc
wit in Miami Florida, and publicly canvass
.towards home,this make prosperous haste and southland become toti a 1;Representative In Congress. 8eo Clerk: Jv-M. ,TJmstead."Polling platy the return and declare what Telephone20; ..33?Twelfth Street__ Miami florid:'
to '
o i lands ODd Congressional District.:-. Bou..'.;Store.Prednct :: ',- candidate are nominated by a majorIty
there cheap
-. N('settler while are from 2 Justices of) the, Supreme Court No. 7-Inspectors:';W. W. vote for each county office and b : ,
aad uncounted opportunities, -
2 Railroad Commissioners. : Marshall. Ed.: :',T., King :and Bu., what case a'' second primary will r a I 4.
without
: choose. It Is onesttoa
:: which to another section > Member ot the House of Representatives. Bryan'f Clerk::a: A. ,Bryan. Polling have to be held' : lc f '., :rT
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plred term. : .y Wofford, J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp. : Ceo: P., Bull
conditions than Irs
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the. counties of :8t ,Johns -Volnsla, 1 County Assessor "ot Taxes' Y, Clerk: li1 B. Gllsaoa.;Poling, place: Secretary. ,
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.. 11 Tax Collector. school )ours n.:!' Armstrong's Meat Mrrket;
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I BrevarJ. 8t Lade and Dade, coveringthe *1 County Treasurer '
Moon Inhsblted
Is the
; East!: Coast from St.,Johns river ('County Commissioners, Precinct Ka ,9 Inspectors: PailMatthews re
'f and Jacksonville at the north to Mla 1 Members of County Board of Pah->'> L.. Foraell and 3.'1.1 Pet '
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., is- ml.' ,Cutler and, Key. West*,at, the Uc 4 Instruction.;, ers. ''Cltrk: : A.Daughtry.' Polling Science has proven that the moon IS THE PLACE, F''
soQth.-Homeseeker., -1' Supervisor of'Registration. place,,, school,, house. .. baa an atmosphere which'makel life : when
)I .. '1 Member ot the Dade County Democratic Prednet Na'10-Inspectors: T.' L. in some form possible on that satellite Why pay enormous prices for.-fresh meats yon
t' but not for human beings, who have a can choicest cute of Western and Florida MEATS
t Peach Growing Executive Committee for Precincts TownleyJ,.B.'Dais 'MQler and I.r L. buy
< I hard enough time on this earth of ours tor much less at Meat Market.
Patterson.. Clerk: 'R., McLeadoa, money Armstrong'
Cout"of NOL, 14 and 7. respectively.: .
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,., I Peace'pd.l'CoaItable.in Polling place..Fairbuilding.Precinct especially,those who dont know that 1 Ii
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flortda U an Industry '
Electric Bitters headache, biliousness
cure
such districts as bays ,vacancies. 'No. Inspectors:.,B ..S.Potteryndrew .' Phone 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th StreetYoungs'
r ,but the results achieved by those who ,"' malaria chills andfever, jaundice I _
.. Bardee aad Jackson
'I, have tried the propagation of this snit: ; dyspepsia, dizziness, torpid liver, ,I v
1 Fish and Game Waraent'' Clerk J. W. GaJJa .
,have met with remarkable success, Peacoekj : kidney complain tsgeneral debility and I ,
The rules governing said primary, ,' Shone' old store. .. ,
Polllngpace .
question of time when J 'I '
female Unequaled
and It Is only ; ,weaknesses as a I'
Ir will become election shall be the' same aa those Precinct.Na. 12-Inspectors: I .T. I
the growing of peaches : persons and.especially for the aged. It yx.W
,
an extensive occupation for the land adopted by the Democratic Executive' Stephen, W, J. Dangherty.; A' T. Induces sound sleep. Folly guaranteedby I .

-vi t here seem to"'be. splendidly adapted I Committee at their;meeting held fOt.. DnvaL Clerk: Thoa. Mitchell 'Polling all druggists. Price only 50c. '

At to this fruit..Most of the peach groves Jacksonville governing State'Pa February Primaries 24, ,so 1906 far u place, 2'Weedell's BalL ; PharmacyINCORPORATED
have been produced Precinct. No. Inspectors, HenryCoalman
ia, this country the: |shaU be applicable to the GATHERING OF
same ,
experience' in wm. Anderson and 1. cutello. -
-:1by: men of no previous Those and only OKLAHOMA GERMANSEl '
Primary.
:r growing this fruit and they have consequently County j Clerk: B.-'A. Proctor.:Polling I r
.
those persons shall be permitted to become :
been obliged to learn from place, .school house
,,',' candidates before or ,vote at, or Reno, Okla. May 3The annual
; experience he best.methods Predict No. Inspectors: WJL
I practical { In the management of said "
1' participate
of the German-American Society
meeting
,.J* of eulUvaUpn so it I may be fair tq primary election.who declare their adherence Scott. RJ' Blackweller and J. F. :Sax: of Oklahoma opened here today A Drug Store for The People

state that men of experience In the to the principles and organization on..Clerk: J: R. Bom. Polling place
membersfrom
c and nearly 'two thousand
ot 'Middle
growing1 sections ,the Saxon'afstore.: .
peach of the Democratic Party,.national. _
all parts of the territory are In,
i ,and North Atlantic states could makes Precinct No.. M.-A. That's and it has been the' of '
'. State and countTi.ho are by the Inspectors: attendance. Ap elaborate and interesting our motto, means adding hun.
splendid showing In this East Coast laws of the' State lawful :electors ot Marshall, S. M, Alsabrook and A.C. I
irpt
; dreds of new list. We sell
program, Including an outing customers to our ], only the
the time pur.
|\1F where at present R. C. Polling
country, the election districts in which they Frost Clerk:. Stanley.
and bas been ofr the '
if 4E't lands can be scored,at a low p ce-: offer to vote, who have paid their poll place, school house. 'occasion.ic games. prepared. ',, est drugs All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma,

The Homeneeker. taxes legally due not less than ten The'h1otJnc, shall be by ballot on cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city 0
\1f electionand UckeU ;famished by the State and I
days before said primary !
'' Some Hard HttiThe who shall when challenged by an elec. County,,1xeeutiYe!: Committees, and at aught Cold While Hunting a ,Burglar i 1-

,.. f drainage ot the norlda'Enr tor'pledge in writing upon oath be- the close of such elections the Inspectors 1 2 Doors North of Postoffice I I
glades by the Governor Is probably asgreat fore any Inspector. to abide'b,' and aa4 clerk shall proceed*to canvass t Mr. Wm. Thos. Lanorgan, provincial I m

an undertaking for, Florida'''as support the result of'such primary and, 'the vote in accordance with the i i constable at Chapleau Ontario, says:

the construction of the Panama'canal i t support the nominees thereof. State law., aid shall at once forward,>''I caught a severe cold while hunting I : l' W. E. Youngs Pres

,- is for the Federal government.,wben The polls shall be opened and closed the r returns: to the Chairman of the a burglar .In the forest swamp last ,
: the difference in ability and resource; at the several election districts at the County Executivee Committee. fall. Hearing of Caamberlaln's Cough -

,t. 't is considered. The draInage. scheme hours fixed by the general 'election Assessments' to be paid by the Remedy. I tried it, and after using

'8eOml' premature. and Is' something law. The following named persons I varlot}*J j candidates shall be' u follows -! Uo small. bottles I was completely i E. Ai Robinson

that ought not to have, been begun are hereby'appointed Inspectors and I : ;; I j cured." This remedy is Intended especlally .. ,.
"E I
:hastily It.,was .the '"Governors. pet clerks for the several election districts Representative ....;........1 %5.00Clerk for coughs and colds. It will I
; scheme daring the campaign but. probably : *t Circuit Court 4.. .:..;150.00[ loosen and relieve a severe cold in

I: few people Imagined that )the Precinct No. 'Inspectors! : N. H. Tax Assessor .............. 75.00Tai t less time than by any other treatment Contracting

1;; .-erk.would be begun so early during Parks, H. E. Stypmann and B. G. Collector ... .... ......: 75.0(1(' and Is a favorite wherever Its r-per- Electrician ,

": .'. the term., If at :all for' some yean, Ball. 'Clerk: Curd Schroeder'Polling r County! Treasurer .......... 75.04 I lor excellence has become known. For lj)19 '

yet If It tans out to be a mistake, place. Bail's store. Count!-,Commbetoner ........ 10.00, sale by Blscsyne! Drug' Company and I Ave. D Miami RJoridat
Precinct No.' Inspectors:. Fran" Member Board Public Instrnc. 10.00t. all druggists
'. |he State Legislature wffl,be as much r .1


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f Souvenir Post Cards ,LARGEST. LINE Of SOUVENIR SPOONS ,Watches 'it Jewelry, .:"-


.' To Select from in Florida at :i .

20 cents a dozen REP AI I RI NG.No .

AL EJEWELRY STORE .

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: 6370
Report of the Condition of e .
WELLS & GRAVES.Are !

r. The first National Bank. If Townjopics | .

E prepared to execute ,
at Miami I. tile Slate of Florid tV_ orders in their I
R at tile doM of tariMM,April,a,W0 s ..

RESOURCES ---_ --___H-_ _ __ __ ___________ _
4 f:70.t36.33 Millinery Department {
loaan a.d 'i-.... ...___ Going
Overdraft,*ec and .oec. __ HJ.4SKjaot to Soldier Key'trapL Gone to West Coast I
U.8. Boul to aware cirtmlatioaPreni 00 Albert will leave this The Mr. and
yachtSovua.
... 3WO.W37.7SS.W ?; Helnkle\! auxiliary:
Bond,eecaritie on U.8.*.etc Bond--____--,.__--' afternoon for Soldier Key, where heMiu Mrs. George H. VanVleck. aboard left I I'Designers of the latest SpriagstJIJ! bats.
Bankmr. 11_fnraitnr*tut Citmre*____... 30.0W.M become caretaker this summer. yesterday afternoon for an extended in silk dark straw and light
DM from from Naalll&aka SUM Bank and(not Banker merr._agents__) X555.10Due ti.734.ll rifr will go in bit launch yacht Semlnole cruise in the waters 0: the gulf,making I :weight materials.LadiesTailoringDepwtment. S --

DM from approved reserve a.;nt.--_____:__ 1Z7011 TVW1.44KOI.OO ,. and will keep 'it there, thus en- Boca Grande headquarters. The
Check aid other cull hem.Note
*of other National Bank-....____._ abljnj, :, him to make frequent. trip to yacht will return here before Mr. and I
Lawful Fractional moMT paper mcrre f.yia':. ,....._and..*_ent_*__-_-= 33,000.00 35.00 UijB city. Mrs. VanVleck sail for the north-
feadwith U.S.Tna. rerfiTe percent k$ -
Redemption. _,..... .. _
1..COP.OO.
1
of e fe Uti m -- kWantedCleu Typewriting done at the Metropolis costumes\
Total---_____$:*'L001.44 office. cotton ran at this office at reasonable rateLTh. For street carriage and evening ,
waists tailor gowns and coati
: LIABILITIES Revival;:;: I
._ ___ services at the First M.. Dock Is Vacant
stock ln, : f fO.000,00
Capital paid 232
-
krpl.*f and_____'-.--*---_-- ___. 7.ao0aD E.' Church tonight. For the first time In the past three I Twelfth Street. Miami
.. .
?7 t: '. National UadiTided Bank profile Note iMcezpcue*onuiandinrIhie and_taws__paid...___ iO.000.00 6,00".39 .. T years not.one of the regular pleasure I -
.to State 8aaksaedBaakeru.. ._ 4..4421IndiTidnaldetMwlta I 'Tow for Cuba boat berthing at 'the Royal Palm 1
...
vMbje t tocbeck. M.SSJcmoSDemand Jock is now there, and the indication t rt
Cmilled Certificate c..""' ..___of..depmiu.____... .27,471.11 4t>. 3 1 !ejuue rhe into tug port Dauntless.CaptLewis.which Tut'sday'trom Jacksonville Is that this'condition will remain i I
094.05 0390.80.5.05w
t Cashter'scheckso.atandiae Tot&1...___.......:.._-_..-_.__.- f.5ij.f'lL44' .:. with a tow of barges for the F. j' throughout departure of the the summer.Jupiter for With Jacksonville the ;,
t
I &J J C. Railway, will probably leave
State of Florida.Conntjrof Dade,u: yesterday afternoon and the SemInole
{
a I fair that place tonight to begin'a tow. ,
do lolemnlr I.Edward..C......Romfh.rthattbeabofesuteaeati.troetotbebeet Cashier of the above named bank "- IIb4 I contract from that place to Ha.To leaving this afternoon for Soldier Special ValuesFor r
of my know ledge and beMf.EDWARD. r.. a. Key, not one of tbe old boats re
3 f C. ROMFH.ZCa.hier k1 main.
1.
Correct artwt: M.SIUXAHAX.EDWJX,.WADDEli.W. Let- Cheap, for summer, 'two :
', .U.sriTZEH. D.rector \ tittags: four rooms each. Furnishe I Wanted- Clean.cottOI1 rap at this. this week at
office.
.
t for housekeeping. One block frompjaslness IThe"iaini
'
;et: Subscribed and sworn to before me tll;.riOthJUy of -I-1
center of city. Enquire OfJIfL' r .
April.I40B. Frederick II.Band.Jr.NoUry Public. I Three Executions June 5.Besides I -
... Mr comminloa expire*Sept.9,1907./ J. Austin Han 307 11 street.iBrossltt \ .
the
death warrant for Store
wants to list your property ', ward Brown, in this county, two Ed-I Clothing; Cols
; Wi! warrants for the same penalty
-
been issued by Governor Broward.
b.-iill
Room Closed
They are Curlle, able Charlie Walker,I J _
.SfTh grill and dining room of the "
irtxjaoU convicted In Nassau County at tbe A large assortment of men's linen coats an
Hotel closed yesterday for April term of court for the murder o1. i vests,worth S2 50 at....... .1.j . ... ct1 .00 ,
RREO :the1 summer, and Mr. J. B. Holt the Alex Eubanks, and John Falson. con t .1.
!iSanager, returned to Daytona to aslpme I victed In' Liberty County for killIng I Fine blue serge odd coats, worth four dollar l

the management of the Break- Herbert Johnson. All three of the land$4.50at ...... ......... (......... ..i:.., ..;$3.00
.. tea. the annex of the Clarendon Inn at will
men hang. Tuesday June 5.
tiat place. The Iroquois will still op Tan and prey mixture wool crash!'suits, single! land
,t .. irate but only rooms will be open for Improving[ Property ; double,breasted,models worth $10 at.I....:; .$ l 00 {
fuest J. Hull Davidson, the *
::1 '" y will return In a week two pr&Tletor The Messrs McGraw, who moved -4 few odd summer suits, to close them out of

r ..' '.' 0 or hue recently from PIttsDurg, 'Pa, to 'at.. .. ..t..u. .. ... ..,U. ,...?$5.00.
J I make their future home, and have ,
Anything want done sidewalks!} and dark flannel suit sd.
r you have purchased valuable property, are tight grey worth ;
(ewerage, landscape gardening, roads'bntlt [now improving the same by setting to $14 00 at..,...,:....,..... . .- .. .. .... .1.;..$1 0 ::

aalt' !' :illaniL, lands cleaned.,See Tn autter'j i out palm and other tropical plants. Fine black suits, well tailored. The kind tha J. .!

'. 'Carries as many passengers; climbs more hills; goes just as Iin Yesterday their yacht they Edwlnna went to, and Elliott's returned Key ,' ,.,.oatfadeg-oodSI4.alueat.; ..,... ..;;...... ......,..$ 12'.
fast less gasoline and tire; is safer and more easily Brassier wants"! to list
; uses J1 your propertyBcund with 1
a load of palm trees, but
controlled luxurious and ..comfortable and costs ; they be-I Pine weave blue serge suits, Venetian lined CIt
K I less for repairs; just f than as many cars that sell for double or treble for. Jacksonville--:- trip ing- Is insufficient being made in today nujmber, a lighter, another beIng of the very latest cut.worth $15 00 at.i...A.i-.j' :.....-iJ 13 .,

its price. ;:, ,r: Send for the REO book that tells.why iiCapt.: Enoch Ross and daugbter.Mlss towed down and on which the I A large assortment of men's snr s,' in dark and \

a Julia and Capt. George H.. .Myers and5eife 1 trees will be loaded. They will! projbably.not J light worsted and cassimeres $10 to $l2$ ......S 8.5.0 .
4 got away yesterday a ternoon j .return before tomorrow. ;
tor Jacksonville. aboard tbe- former's i I j
: Auxiliary sloop yacht Jupiter. From Several vtry desirable' rooms can t S
Miami
: Automobile Co. Jacksonville Cap Ross will go to Hot :i be'rented at reasonable figures In I S.
Springs for an indeflnite stay Miss! the residence o' Mrs. Price-williamson
-.. ,_13th Street, near PostofHcc. Ross will spend the summer> with. Tenth street near the Boulevard. .Miami Clothing Co
4 It-lends'[ at Jacksonville, while Capt. -- j
i .a '0 and Mrs. Myers will go -to Brooklyn County Arrests Yesterday '
I patll fall when they will return home The following arersts were made |l366AvcnucDB Miami Florida
In a new yacht, which will be purchased yesterday and la'st night by DeputysherlQ 5 ;
while,away. Gore: Monroe Dorsey and Jacob 5 .
Graner, selling liquor with out a li 4. t
ii: Great Reduction Miami Transfer Company'otters tot een Wallace' McQueen.Will Adams -=-
f ale 60 road saddle, coach, heavy draft and 'Willie Taylor, assault and battery, id
0 Fad farm horse. Harness, carriages James Dryer, keeping gambling Are you
pew and second banded at bargains. house; Mannle Jones larceny; and r Taking \
F Before shipping hones for the summer Minnie Slater, aggravated assault. *
: In Gents Summer Clothing and .Shoes. we will offer for sale M fine a McQueen and Adams were given hearing Chances
.
xu. line of bones a* ever came to the before Justice Hill, and fined IS ,. 'j
pand Ladies Skirts .GqING'4.r COST State of Florida' at reasonable prices. and cost each, while Dryer was bound ,1 C I with your life by riding:.in a ricki
; ; :
Apply at stable or write to J. It.Hanley. over for trial In the circuit court. sty carriage. Life
General Manager. Ulan i,'}'laa The others have not had a Bearing yet V I Vi Is too sweet frS

f i i to risk loilm it when tor a 'rea-..
City .Loan' >Office ,OppP Qlf ) Excavator Taken to'Keys BKOMIER means safe ,......_ 'u
'
'| Excavator No. t, of the F. E. C.R'y ---. I I'j' sonable sum yon can have yoarcarriage
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Co., which with others was built In the repaired -
EXPERT PUBLlC'ACCOUNTANTANY lTh at
terminal yard was taken to the extension : UrvU iw
yesterday afternoon. This Is tbe BUSINESS 1. AMA { *
fourth of s Ixncavators: that have BEST REFERENCESFRED. A. DANN

been built here to be taken to the keys E. RANKtN! '--.> ., 423 Eleventh Street. MUmt, Fl*
I The other two are nearing completion BOX '!n JACKSONVILLE FLA. a .
and as soon as finished four others.re-
: .; cently decided upon and making ten J
In all;will be started. These excavators -

.- are nothing more,than dredges, LeMomliWonderful r
,
f :' j : woo Lt ,: I : .\ ,_ 1., which Instead o' floating, will be used Miami Transfer
.i ; .- >if' : cm the land, being on wheels that convey .
.them over temporary tracks.whflesand Hea er
.. -= I* dug from the side for filling
:t and grading purposes. They are very -CURES C0n1pa4y
powerful and well built machines, and a
.
Inflamation, Cut, Braises Kurns.
are expediting: the work of grading : .
.
Chapped Skin, Roair: ness Blackheads r
I materially. Pimples and Eczema. Keeps 22912th street Phone No. 15'1 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110

Ii i $10 REWARD I Complexion. ,'soft, smooth! and fresh .Garage ndStabhs 11th street, near Ave. E, Phone No. 100

II J 1.oltPearl handle Smith Jb; Wesson
Price 25c Horses
revolver; 3! cat, S t.! Inch'' Carriages andAutomobiles1
,
-. }ret. Return to this office and bar-f'Sold by Biscayne Drug Company I --- -

:I'- ;reward.u___._ r. __ ______ II : )
I"" .

S. I for hire by the hour. day. week or month. Automobile storage
52.,0 $2'.5.0, Tt repairs and supplies. Agents for tlU famous FORD au '
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
for freight. Omnibus meets every train. Bag
Grocery transferred
[ BarqainsjFRIDAY ALL receive -1

i.r* and and,.' 1 t gage orders PROMPT i. .Attention.i k


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3.00 '53.QO'J
f ,
t FOR FIRST
MAY 4-
HorsieShoeingt
.i: Ir LASS
v. )

Butter regular price 35c. .27c :t AND DISEASED HOOF SEE .
,. ,
J L. F. LaFont see 708 7th St .
Besides this patent Gibson te'we: have models of soft

black kid and"gam metal ,, in variety of shapes and designs.. California Peaches, 30c. . 20c w.' .. .I' I '. '

p They are here in all shapes and leathers'at a .50 and L. 3.00 4 lbs. Whole Grain Rice..25c -r\
I
Dade Co. Title Insurana
trto -
7 cakes Octagon Soap . ? .25c I
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and Trust

Laundry Starch, reg. 1 lOc . .05cMagnofi I CorppanyOF "
r i MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED ;

e. Paid Up Capital S 7 5,000. Surplus, $12.OOO; k

: Insures land titles, prepares abstracts i: 'titles,loans and; .
ia Grocery Company I invests money on ,its own account and f Others. Acts as i> .

: agent. attorney-in-fact trustee, assigbee. executor.re- .:t,1
Te,fiau5: 8-i Conner slce.'iue D and Mi Street. ceiver;, or guardian. Address all cc \ .

,"""'::Z ",'.l .,. =. __SUl =''I[IS! ;, L. Pattrsan. Sec and ,Treas. Miami tJ'i., Florida /*


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"JSIAND'; CITY HAS I and president Mrs. of John the P.Capital Roberts City, ex-vice-Bank, UNOFFICIAL For for one.County RepresentativeVote : 11

Florida East Coast
and charming is a petite personality brunette, and possessed belovedby ofa : ,J. W. WATSON. : Railway.Local '

SOCIETY WEDDING all her friends. PRIMARY BALLOTFOR

.The\V.groom Bethel is,the who eldest was son lieutenant-of Hon.L. .I'I GEORGE A. WORLEY. Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 1 16, }tt6.SOUTJI.BOVNo..IEAD .

governor of Florida under Governor:I. : NORTH-BOUND-MlD W.
; DOWN .
tr ,. .
I Bloxham's administration and is now; For Clerk of Circuit Court "
', Judge of the' Criminal Court of Vote for one. *
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Key THE INSTRUCTION OF ELECTORS
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:; MRS.ANNA, ELIZABETH C RRA- NeDaa1 N..D1 1T4TIO. L s.1y44
Key. He is a young man of exceptionally (SM i Oafy 1

WAY AND'MR HENRY L. BETH fine character, and abilityand IN [THE 'DADE COUNTY ETGEXE H.'DIMICK. 9 a pa 9 man 1 t" J.ek.onvtns: hI 7 25ps' t a5aa
occupies a prominent and lucrative If 0 Oeps 9 2Mm i : 'uethJaek.onvnle w 7 17ps 47aa
EL .JOINED IN HAPPY UNION position with the Equitable Lie Insurance PRIMARYJELECTIO MAY. 151 S. O. FITTS.F. 7 7 sups Mpm It do.m loam I at.BU Au..aln.D.. a S a/ps 1Spa e 7 45sa d9aaC
Cx *f New York. The. wedding epm 11 asset "_.__Eull'alalh..___ .. t a- 9 ao.a .e
.OTHER INTERESTING ITEMS gifts were numerous and cost W. HAHN.:. 6 63pw m 4r. ralal.' 66pm h,
46pm 11 lOam Lv..... Palatka.-. ? -Ar $46p' e act s
._ Iy.-Tlmea-tnlon. In order thai the Dade County else _!!
> JAMES F. JAUDON. &
'The remains of the infant son of t-M 6 1Mm i Li_.__ Nan! Ysao__. ..Jr 926
Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. B. Curry who died ton may become familiar with .the kips 12 _, LY BWUlell. v
Z. T. HERMIT. 4 lips '
4Opa Dapoat + 1 S Wsa
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Saturday on boarj the steamer Mar-
Metropolis BureaU form and arrangement of the names 45p n I lips .. OftDolI4 S Npa S Ooaa
tlrtque, while en route from Nassauto 70 O2pa 1 l/pm I Daytona t 46pm 1 d.aa .
Key West, May 2. of the Tarlout'candldates M they will I .. ._ ,
l0 Upa I aiI'm Pon 0-, a 9Spm 1 rats
The marriage''of Mrs. Annie Ellza- Miami arrived Sunday afternoon ,: For County Treasurer 10 a6 m I s t Ar. ___ )1.SD"m.............._...... .. t 16 s 1 lass '
1 on the steamer Miami.. The remains appear o- the official ballot to bt TOteS Vote for .
one.GEORGE Oam Ar k. 1
44pm Been v 00ps pa
*Beth Carraway and Mr. penry Living were'taken to the residence on South .in the May primary we have prepare 11 d4Oe.a 4111pm, Oranc.c.U,,__j- 12 Wpm i pp. v
stone Bethel was solemnized in the Il I m L .__Otaa..l'lty inaetlo -.I" 1t.6 s ipa
ard street The funeral took place an unofficial ballot which will be found G. CURRIE sir
'gathering ) km' # d ti
of select of rI
presence a at 5' pclock Sunday afternoon.The below. H 11 IOps d0pm I "_._Oakum ,. .. Lv Slop a N.aa
friends at the Carrayway manslon.the new pipe organ for Spark's C. H. 11 M pm a Je.. Ar._..._...._.__......T..1I1._ .. !96 S foam i
We have only thIs' hallo RAULERSON
placed
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home of the << on Adams street I on .. }
bride m bops r. :.Jar>(00.1 .1 L. a
Church has i
s The"spacious and elegant,hall and arrived and the work of !the names ofi those whom we knowto m 11 6tiam L. .____,..(ord ...... ?, .._IArIIPlDj i s 11 1O.m
C l' erecting it was at once begun. It Is .
and' tastefully be candidates for the various offices For Tax Collector. fpm L... tfl..11Je _-4'1' O6pml
profusely
parlor were expected to be in readiness for Ore 12 ham 9 Ilya; .. Cow-. __-1..." 1 24psqqq I teas:
decorated with palms, ferns and roses.for Sunday services. Other names gill likely be added before Vote for one. 13 $1. I "paJ! n",, ..tn 1 9Opm Ilea. t101.m
the time elapses for the placing oassessments : 1l2pm1: ; Eau.1L.- 1217pm 147a
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.r t'. the occasion and presented a very The Havana-American Co.. will In '3 ]aam 4 $OpmF .... _YeIhourne ... 12 rpm I ran
:! the hands of the .
charming and atracdve appearance.The Its executive T. N. GAUTIER.T. 1 5m IIOpm I Ee butln 31 s2.m 12 Uata {
open new factory situated on the 1ttee. S 12 GOD" xs
comll !4Mm oopml( .. IL! Lot'l. 10 6Mm
bride was attlrej In a traveling county road In a few Jays. Manager In signifying choice for 06am s Upmt _--Fon I..tee .... 10'Su.m 11 .paa w
.lit. dress.of blue voile over UffeU.wltlT Decker bat ben your any J. HARDEE. t foam 9 rpm' ___Tfbha11.o -_.-. ]9 1.n. 11 19pmt
sending out mater candidate the.voter should rememberthat &.m O 41pm' Eden to ism 11 1Spaa
valenclennes lace.Shewore
trimmlngsa of lal to the factory for the past week. a cross'nark must be made before dorm O 4'p&' "__Jeu.en .-. 10 e-am 11 twpmt
a straw hat to mates. For Tax All slOr. 61.m 9 11paa .-. --Btuart.- .... ..-... 10 dam JO 6Vpa
the candidate's name or on ne 4 20.m 7 tops Hobe toaDd 9 clam 18 t9p.40as .
Humatf .. .
may, The was perormed by the Blood Marks Vote for .
: ceremony left hand sl.it.4 If the crosi U made one.GEORGE. 7 4Opm H'ed Jupiter 9 IMm 10 Wpm -
Rev. W., M.. Poage of.Trlnl.yIetho: 5 15.m I lapm We>Palm beaeD a 45am f 2Opma
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A tale of horror told -
;l tbebeluUlul r was by marks on the righi;hacd side the vote win 43am a dips .-. _Jlo-DloD a...? ..r..,.?.....- a sips
dist Church and Impres- of human blood In the home of J. W. not count for;the office in which thiserror" O. BUTLER. i Siam Sm bops Iteln7 .?- a 1 m4 I sops1Opm
'stVe ritual of the Episcopal church being i Williams, a well known merchant of 9 ."._--Fort Lauderdale 7 2+ 7 sops t
is made: -
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9 67am 9 1..1. 7 t9.m 7 IOpID
need At Its conclusion congratulations i Bac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years Any ;appearing on the ballot For County Commissioner f 09ua. 96apm' .- Hatlandal n ..-.. 7O+a 7ispm's.m
and good wishes were showered !ago I had severe hemorrhages of thelungs.a 10 tupm: -- I emon ClI7. O 4a. THpmIWpra
(other thanhe cross) for Indentlficatlon District No. 1 TKfemSOQua 10 lOpaa Ar. Miami__.. b O
;, upon the happy couple. :. $ was near death when I began I or mutilation will iirValldat Vote for one.HARRT. --J- 3i t-...--_-.1-\r Iflftpm1210pm
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,jiThe bride and groom left on the taking Dr. King's New Discovery same and the of election 10 loam t __.ILv ,
:g f afternoon seaboardfor:Jacksonville It cures hemorrhages;chronic coughs will not count the ballot DUBOIS. -
Jfiwhere they will remain few days settled colds and bronchitis, and Is ; Bntfot Parlor Can on tralni!8 and 78- Buffet Sleetlag Can on tralni W and M.J .
The ballot Ii prepared Is as follows: Dally except Sunday. I 4e( -
i visiting friends and )Till then proceed the only known cure for weak lungs. r i CHAS. W. YcP tERSa .
',co i Atlantic Beach/where their. honeymoon Every bottle guaranteed hy all drug kia. N.l1 Na14,as.t7 la.15 tNS far N.as..2D ISat. set,
will be spent gists.. SOc and $1Trial boils free. UNOFFICIAL BALLOTDemocratic Dail nrroiT Bisect |Dell
The bride",II the daughter of.111'. to be the best remedy she ever tried'QUALIFICATIONS fjj For County Commissioner '.0.1...- Dam tr.Ea'. DaD, Only tot E D.a,jo a i O.N/ szCatr y
: District No. 2.
Primary Election held -
May 15. 1900;',Precinct No. Dad Vote for one.GEORGE'. ISop I45p IWp JCOplOOO, Lv.-.J.ck.onv111e. ar' 70% S1 1 O atop "
: OF ELEC..ORS tWp O SMpj 2o p IOoJ' _-NoathJ.ck.onvnle..LvL 5 96 3262 6s_ 912p
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County FlorlJa.: Make a cross (X) IOWA IHf 6501. 210plOSMt "."..Eablolie.ch 520. Se.I22r i 040p
B. BAKER. 10 5p 729p ISAp IV.p 10141- At.otlo p-tirh T' 015. 764121' $15p OUp
mark the name of candidateof i
-' before'j the 10 .... .._. _..
top T46p Slop iOOp'llOQ* Ar. ? ? Miyport- .Lv 5k r 740aUOOB i t JO,

rj' OF THE, DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY your Cb01'e. WILLIAM HEIM.: PEWHSDUR AND OCaOENTiL STEilSfflF CON (ICTIOKS 'IT llilLCtese !

For Representative in Congress -
'---, Vote for One.FRANK. PAUL C. .JO 'ES. .. CeeiectkM JU4 at Mtaml wits SUaasklps el the P. ft a S. S._ f e.pay f9t
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to, order to' participate In the prl- and before January 1, 1905 must pay :' :' --

tpiary' election every Democrat 'must one poll tai for the year 1905. ';1 CLARK. 1 For County Commissioner Havana and Key West
Any male who came to the I -
person
District No.3.Vote i 1
i glster. on.or before NEXT MONDAT. State of Florida before January 1, For Justices Supreme Court I for one.. Two Sailing;Each 'Week.' ,

11 April" 30th.if 1904, must pay, onepoll for each .of Vote for twbijTHOMAS I Train Discharge Passengers it Skip'* SM.. N. Transfer*, F
f PoD taxes for the years 1J04 and the years 1904.' and 1905. R. L WALL.T. .'
for..acb'7ear111Ult Any male person who came 'to the L CLARKE. n-TtM. TabIa.u.tM. .U whtak MlBt'*b*tn w a4..urinal...
i dollar s
1W5-one State of Florida after January 1, 190., ftmi WMeRusvftl tlatioaa.bat tbetr intval Imattw"0.UnvatMSM Mated Ia..,...
A. WINFIELD. .
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| the county tax reflector onelm to be MI41&7'.1&7 eos.sga.ne..at7s/na tk..rf a
be'paId to and before January. muit pay CHAS 4a PARKHILL., ----- __ ___ .. _L_
: before, FRIDAY. .MAT _*thf one poll tax for the year 1905. For Copy of the LOCAL TUIB CARD or.Other laforvatlM rt
'unless so paid ron cannot Tote In the Any male person who became 65 fi' For County Commissioner .. "
OE |
May primary. I years o; age before January 1. 1904.Is J.,,B .., 'BITFIELD.n. District No. 4.Vote SEE THE TICKET. T. 7
The following Information relative exempt from poll taxation. for',one.. J. D. RAMER. Aut. Omt PaN. Aci3T.'AUQUSTINB, FlX.
to paying poll taxes la published for Any,male person who became 6* For Railroad CommissionerVote f' .
It the benefit of those not thoroughly famlllar years ,of age after January. 1904, for twd Tj A.. LEE ALLEN ; .
with the requirements .of the : and before January 1, 1905,'must pay -
law In.the premises: one poll tax ,for the year 1904. THOS J. APPLEYARD.ED .. J. 1. HOLLY. Wm. Curry's Sons
4AD7 male person who became' n Any.male person who has lost a4' .
years ot age berore aJnnary V U04 limb In battle.is exempt from all poll, .. RJl:#BAILEY. For County CbmmiulonerDistrict
k astpay one for each of the year taxation. T -r
No. 5. : Key West RoridaHEADQUARTERS
t' Wan! 1905. :Any male person who; became 21 .NEWTON. A. BUTCH. Vote for I.
< one. ,
if 't AST 1I1&1e' person who ,became 21 years of age after January 1, .1905,, Is j' --..:- FOR -

I.1 .sears of age before.January 1.,1904. exempt from taxation.; ._ (' -? R, HUDSON BURR.. KIRK MVNROE.. Ship Chandlery

j jI Building
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'1./ \ 1 ,,b :: n / b ,E. G. TWEEDELL, Materials Of.' All Kind's.Coal "


Railroad fare and Ice| Steam marine. Rallwaya. Machine. '*.Po"C.>
IWatspn Voted Against! : Reducing For :Member County School Board "

First District All kinds ot repairing, Boiler and Steam Titling'can oe'font .A\ tit

t tf 'From .4- to .3 Gents per Mile\' H Vote, for one.. shortest noticei in the best possible manner-br expert stilled mcch-'n ct t.
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The record of Florida's representatives: in the House, 1901, on Rf Hudson Burr's bill ,Member County School Board M. J.YarboroughContractor

Second District.
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g'the railway passenger'rates at, three cents a mile and.how eachjfepresentative voted Vote ,for '.one.J. .

''' t. and Builder

., .t this important measvre. i, .t -.' I R. ANTHONY SR. ; 4

$ jt1 : : Builder of the Palm Beach ,:dotcl I .
,' .... : ,For 1Iember'Coun17 School Board .

4 HOUSE_ JOURNAL Igor. I _;' Vote '.for one.Third District House Moving a Specialty *.

j By Mr. Burr,of Dade I "I ---
I IContractors
.:y- House bill No.. so' : W. W. PARIS. .J t Miami, Florida' ,I I

A.bill\ \ to be entitled an act, to' fix the fare, for passengers on all :.railroad trains in this For,Supervisor of RegistrationVote

.te at three cents per mile' and'to provide'penalties for its,violation.! : j| .. ? *. for one. \ <

Was read.the first time by, ,its, title and referred to the Committee on Railroads< and J. C, BURTESHAW. I
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'.:elegraphs.. ,S ..t CHARLES GEIGER., AND Property Obers"If =

: ,* House'JournalJ|1901' pagej7& .

.. Committee reported ,unfavorably on H. B. No, 50.. Page 216 II for For one.Fish and_Game'WardenVote you don't want to SAVE ?MONEY ,'

.fJ c House,Bill'No. 50 was taken up and read a second time i in full '. W. N. HULL we can't help you. If you do. come to

.71 Mr. Davidson of Gadsden moved to i indefinitely postpone
The'roll.being called,,the vote was -' For Constable. The J. A. McDonald Co.and

;: YEAS-J. W.,Watson: (Speaker of the House), Messrs. Bnidrd, Clark (IV.L.), Close, Davidson, Vote for one.Tenth District .

:Davis, ; Dowden' Fulton'Hendrj"McCJtJffin, Palmer, (W. L.), Parrish.of Manateei[ anel' Russell, Sledge.: ,, JOHN DEBERRY.- ; buy your building material. Loug Leaf


suith t.:, i, Sparkman.16NAYS3lessrs.Anderson Y ;; Broward, Burr Chambers, Crawford' Duckworth,j Godfrey, .Gornto, W. H.- :MORRIS. Yellow Pine and .Cypress of all kinds

iggs.'bra.it: dnnit, Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Johnson, Jones,-McElroy, McXae, of Pasco, McRae of SAMUEL ROUNDTREE. We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement Sash Doors'Y

tnanL, Osteen, Parrish of Holmes Ranlerson, Rivers of Columbia, Thomas, Whaley, Williamson, Wilson, Mouldings, and whatever.else a builder requires

'olfe-29.; W.-J. WILSON. at lowest possible figure. I f 1

indefinitely :'. ; Is the Moon You Know where we are' 14th Street. Miami Florida '
So the motion to. postpone was not agreed to Inhabited

k Mr. Burr moved,that the'rules' be waived and that House Bill r{b. So be read a third Science
has
proven that the
moon
;' time and put upon its pas: ge IfiIi hal an atmosphere, which makes life

: ;. Which was agreed to by a two-thirdsvote ,' :. In but some not for form human possible beings on ,that who satellite have a Lofton & Ei

11; And House bill No. '50 was.read.. 'a third time in full :.'. '" I hard enough time on this earth of ours llg
specially those who dont know that
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t Upon call of the ran the.vote. was: I Electric Bitters cure headache biliousness -
malaria, chills i I.Machine 4
:;':,* YEAS-Messrs. Anderson. Broward,.BrownBurf, Chambers, Crawford, GodfreyGriggs.GrantGunn. I IIlIiter. dice, dyspepsia, dizziness andfever, torpid liver faun, Shop

Jackson Johnson, Jones McElroj. ,McRae. of asco,' McRae of Putnam.. Osteen., Parish of Holme., 'kidney female compalnts weaknesses! ,&eneral debility and Across The River.

inierson, Rivers of Alachna, Rivers of Columbia. Sledge, Thomas,'WhileySVilliamwn. Wilson.and :general tonic and appetizer Unequal for weak as a .
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:..tt oife,.-29 :I induces arsons and sound especially sleep. Fully for the aged. It Will repair your engine on short notice.

,; KAYS-" J. Wl.Watson: (Speaker. of the House), Messrs. Amos, Bnford.- Clarke!*.,' Close, Davidson, I by all druggists.. Price only guaranteed SOc. Expert' Gas Engine Men. We 'tarry I ;r'

Davis, Lowden Fnlton. Hopkins.' McGriffin Palmer, Parris of Manatee, "' Russell, Smith. Spark
_, J Devil's Island Tortures dynamos, Cecils, plugs batteries
11.-11: ..' ,' !; wire ,. -

.-, So. the bill,passed title as stated :". : "r. I i it1 Piles no that worse afflicted than the me terrible 10 years.case Then o.* screws; switches _ 1


And 'House"Bill NO, ::5a was ordered certified to, the.Senate:,""Pag433 :lea I[ was Salve advised and to less apply than Bucklen's a box permanently Ar-. ,

5} cured toe, writes I.. S. Nap-
Senate Journal, 1901 :
piec. of Rnggles. Ky. Heals all wounds Lol.ton&Einfg
a ? v I burns and sores like magic. 25 cents

Z I I.t. an drggitts.
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|THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1901t
PAGE TWELVE
,? i. a -
f necessity for protection from cold andtier ;I

QUESTIONS ANSWERED 1s thus a saving ot about pOI
sS!acre which U the cost of shedding i

further north. There are tea to' twelve !:

thousand plants to the acre aad "ths Bank of Bay Biscayne

t formation of Interest to the Prospective SettlerI fruit brings In neighborhood. of

Concerning Miami andQthe .Southern from 60 cents a down for Red Spanish

ty 1 to', 25 cents a piece for Porto Noon' a
Portion of Dade County. Tie percentage of plants fruiting de-
ORGANIZED
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1896 I
ends upon the care ant judgment exercised ,

r la their culture some grower I

Having'succeeded securing fruit ,.'
r Inquiries are-,directed to Lances of civilization, as electric ilshU, from 90 per. cent*of the plants U their II I

r the.So Metropolis m&nr by,prpsjuoUv* settler I water works, sewerage, telephone' system n.rln' Capital $27,300. Surplus $$3,500.00.. Deposits over $200,000.00 .

t or hone seekers concerning condition Int mall deltvSry. .three ,aswipapers Lands may be purchased from fl or

xlstinf' la this part of .the cooatrr.ad : ,,two national banks, one ,State 0 an acre up depending oa proxlm
:
the burden'of correspondence Go: 'banh'eta It has miles of beantitur |ty to roads'aad shipping point Good
t heavy, streets of satire watt stone.: j It is l lands on rock road within I mile of i'
:'hss become 10 .
tilled thereby the
r- that we tare attempted la tie folww- practically the terminus of the Florida Miami may be had for |M an acre and Statementat, close of business, February

inch'Iafu. East: Coast Railway, for though am extension sometimes less than that sum for land
t lag' luticl to.iummariM 23 1906 to the State;CpmpitrollerUi
as
-t maUoa M Is most Important,' sad to : of the road has recently been lot Immediately oa a road. The Bam reported

fr answer'the questions mOlt frequently !built' penetrating the:.farming ,lands Duality, of land farther, away from: ,

I i ssked. It la hoped by this meaaa that 'forty-five miles'south, this U merely transportation fsrtlWM caa,> of coon,

pe.per.'of.hldi a feeder to the commerce of this c1tT.i be purchased for lea*. The land la aa
of the
simple
a copy '
moat i Bere are located the steamship docks promising, la appearance to ,those ao -
hundred are tent oat..,will. In : -j
i; .J eu ..'serve the purpose Intended better of tie P. A: O. Steamship Company, Custom*! to the deep\ rich:sous' a Resources .

rf_ than a penooalletter.Specific Information I whose.lines arc operated to Kay,Wilt other States,,being:"rocky and sand} 2Loans (

may be obtained by writing 'to Havana and,tit Nassau, Immense vet results ,can be obtained fI'oa'-'U andd1scounts. . . . ... . .7. 159851.13 .

to any of the real wtate or'other firms wharves, etc., are being'projected, to tar in eceu -,of the returns millet Real Estate owned I . :. . ... ; . 17,531.91

whose sJTertlsements appear In'itnls I keep pace with the vastly Increased from the more tenths sections" ot theCountry. Furniture and fixtures. . . . . . 3,11525s ,
I maritime business that most follow oa .\ Fertilizer most be used, bat
; paper; and the best way to become familiar i thaa : Current expenses > .,., . . . . . ...' 1261.83_ ..1<
condition/prograsb the deepening of the harbor work oa the returns more justify the expenditure
with local ,"
happenings 'which is BOW actually progressing An Involved. AccountU.S '
Indnstries and current Cash .
while contemplating removing to this appropriation of 300.000 has been secured ; [| People of energy and Industry are

section Is through re&d1Di the Dally I from the 'government:; for hap heartily welcomed, and'the country's .. S: Bonds .j.j . . . : .$ '2200.00 -

or the Weekly Metropolis, the former 'bor Improvements, and the' Florida development being practically Just begun Due from Banks. .L . ; . 58,379.50 : ,'
East Coast Railroad Is also pledged lei [ there is room for ail to reap: the '
of which wlU'be sent"toJay.addreuat expend a Ilk. amount.: Thus. 1600.000' benefit which must eases as the rejm't Cash In Vault. .j I. . ;. : : . .-. 39,941.29
for
the rate of $5.00 a ;rear IL25 a Urge 1s now being used for this purpose an4 of such Development. Capital finds Total available cash ., .. !.. . :. . 100521.79,
months the ..Weekly .
three ifc
.1 pe.Per-be' mailed for' $1.50 It Is a moral certainty! that farther' appropriations : here -most profitable investment, while !F I 282291.91 Ill
-page, will be' seared until the labor 1* In demand and well paid People Liabilities
,a year. I
harbor Is In a condition commensuratl: of moderate means who come her ;;! |
THE CITT Or MUM .
Bpraog out of the wOdenes' sine: with its Importance from 'a';commercial and buy a small tract of land, make a Capital, Stock. ]. . .'.-. . . ; . 27300.00' .
geographical! aDd.strategical modest home set out fruit trees and 4I
jean ago, the railroad having' reached standpoint-an'Importance, 'recognised' .Jille wetting for:these .to,come Into .. Surplus . h.r . . . . . 3*.00

t e this point April u,'181. Prior to this by public men at the national capital! bearing engsgr: fa''r tiaddag., are, sways Ie Dividends not called\ for.-, ... . . ; 140.00

floe one tore, whose trade waspdadally and by an who win study tie. locatioa 'without '.exception, successful. ,Earnings accounts . . .' .: . . .' 1433.81

with the.Indiana 'aa4"a few of this port and Its relation to Insular And this 'succes costs less'effort;thaa Bills payable. . ,. . : . c . 25006.00

scattered fa Jlla eking out a precar- aad'South"Amerlaa'commeres, toUT In other parts of the' country while Cashier's checks. |t. . .'. . . .. . 994.1F

4 loci UytUJr0c.04rlJJ", wrecking ant, the :JaOWq of, the vast trade, thai the climatic cordltlons render out-loon Bank' deposits. i i. . .. ,. . .9,854.38

-, saufsctaie of coontle' 'starch, wereIflw : Oa must;spring Into ,existence- apoa' thi work possible'every' day la the year Certificates of deposit . ... :. . .. ... 15732.68,
: only;srldeaces: of ctrlllnHoa. completion 'of the Paaama canal; with the health,beadta'"of ludi'open.aar aa
Mland was incorporated I : same Individual deposits: .. ., . :. ., ., .'. i. ; .., 198.326.86
;Wy SS,.KM, A gUace at the:map,wW show-ths life thrown la ;At the '

AM a ace furnishing perhaps the-only most casual obeerrerthe, pfrtslhnttle time, people ,who are-eajoylng health t| '. J. $282, 81.91Trie 1 .

tastaace-.om,record -which I ton the future'holds for,the Magic cut; and moderate success la their present f,
.
t 'edged first city taTlng cam*leer iato a'towa xUtaMwttfcMt : : Tire t", '*BCHOOLB AND OBIIRCHES' 4 A; aboJesJiad better stay where' they..... s 'State I Iiw requires" .that, a, 'bank- shall< keep 20,per antouts

"I %adre4 registered voters are required Miami 'has" one:of,the beat to Buena There should anyone be to weighty make reasons move of to such la- deposits In cash, or.with<_ ';reserve banks. This bank'as' r

"be called schools la the State; embracing bed a will be seen by the iabove statement has over.40 cent. of
ss entitle any commrolty to Importance; :People.who have made ; ; per a
that number constt the common and hIP"IdIooI cocrss&Thi Its available In'" cash. No bank, the makes
a etty leas than failures: elsewhere are aot like y a., deposits In state a
tinting i tows At a ueetlag held. for .buildings rare large and wen TapUlated very inecessfal ,here.'InteUlgemc.redtndnstry Mnershowtng, orls ,tnabetter'condition: to serve Its ; .
and then lea competent eorpi
+ la* purpeae' of Incorporation, three Leo ueu, 'eeaential te good toe dejto.
J of teachers A Catholic convent, -
months the ant \
aid;one-half. after'. tune ben la any other of the
Done In fail i s. part
gala reached Miami.. 311 ,votes'were ond ,to the_ State.-Is la" ..
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: operation,''giving 1nItractloaa'te, Loci glob "" . asst. The BtaMMDtJ growth of tai '' .'
U U is desired to engage ta general I I
schooii
sustained sexes, 1'Jaere'art also'private ; .
petted has beea
arty,
farming the raising of wheat.,; 00"
eon;
.i musical conservatory, and art scaooliso ;
yeas'of the rlty'1 .
the eight
throughout :that every'educational 'need: mij or' oats, peaches.;>' apples, grape 'eII' 1

Watery.t be'supplied.. Then are about thirtyflourishing'schools other products of the temperaU gone, Ii! ..

POPULATION, ft( .. :the.-ooatT., one mUlt'cut his lot soma hundreds of

,Miami has at preseit a resident pop- Every rellglons'denomlnatios la represented miles to the north,and accept the coldthat rr ..

",.a1a OD of between 6.000 sad 7000.: lathe ,: and the. following: have Is. part'of ,the '1I&c1of'J, dI '
r winter"mouths.\.this population church where these thing;can' be ;grafts, I
handsome : buildings: Presbyterian -
? augmented: by:the t addition of thousands ; 'Episcopalian.- CatnIlcU., B.! Neither Is this a stock raising country.*, The Fort Dallas Nata1fBallk!
of wealthiest There Is "no fence ", ,
of Visitors mostly the. Church M., E. Church. South,. tad a law which Is a
x classes who come'to. enjoy:the BaptLt." '$ t great boon ,to..the settler'of. limited .

'' Ideal climate Bad the.finest'f TTi"f,lathe SOILS VAND PRODUCT1 means, ,and there' Is very'little' Uv* .
t -
"than .. r| stock In the other
On the
+ world: To ftnunftilate country 6774
jnie: principal Industry latail, sac- J
rlsltors there are' numerous'I hotels hand If It is desired to"engage In the
p1 ton Is the growing of fruits'ul wla- ::
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taf boarding house* principal among culture of citrus fruits;pineapples;various .
ter.Yeceta1l1ea.for ,the Northern cir-
,
which U the stately Hotel Royal Palm .tropical: or HmI-trGpIcal'tnalta, !
tots Tomatoes form the staple crap, '
new Halcyon HsUJbothsmenta the growing'rt ngetsolu at the seaion
the

,} sad_ grand. In:slue, grandeur'and-soT but vegetables: there are growascsh large- Quantities: as ,tomatoes of otiar, the of the year' are-when all' other parts United States Depository ::::: Depository) Sta e of :Florida ;,

gmnodatlag fa&1UtIte of country la the grip of winter ,
*q;D'ant popper beans ;etc.i th Vplantisg' \
The population' Is' Is'cosmopolitan.. ivever7 'abort this section offers'decide., advantages
season extends from -
sate in the TJatoa furnishing its tII. over' any other. portion of the I : _.
: October 1 to January and talkof "
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i quota of represenUtifes... Aa vadsstable the shipments are" 'sent' North frtltn United States. _. t' I., 1
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p foreign.element CUMATB.U, en nown., No emb i'.'UDtIl'Mu. although,' tarn NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ; Report of condition on April 6th 1906. as reported, to

w Writing from penouat experience. seasons being practically,, seeds may"no be difference planted. or'in'.the vegetables ,, ". the Comptroller of the Cunrency-Conden :\

after,Tlsltlng California' and other sections gathered any:day lm the'yaar.Vegetables'arii Sealed proposals will be receivedby 1'1'I .

when climatic conditions ,are "grows' usually oaltae: the undersigned until twelve '

''z oasldered at their best, we can unhesitatingly prairie lands, ':whichare j free tics o'clock noon. (12 m.); Tuesday Msy
say' that V .*n< has the most 29 1906, for the'erection and completion Resources -
timber and are composed .of a kind. of of a two story and basement jH- : -
:, perfect winter,climate:la the.TJalteJlStater -I ;
I marl .
f j "COD crete Block BaUeIlncboWD
eves : :
almost unknown
Is
Cold .
laids as the West. Palm Beach High and
the slightest 'frost being very rare Fruits are grown on pin Graded School Building at West Loans and discounts.. .... .- .. .:,....,.-.v..,u" .,,... ......422070.60

'hy The;' the warmth cooling of breeeea summer from JI tempered tie :.Atlantic ,.prairies which. are,' and. sllghtiy la this:section,higher very thaa reeky|the Palm with plans Beach,end,' Florida drawings in' accordance prepared Overdrafts, secured .. ......... .. ::.. ... ......:'... "... 18,747.78.

'and the highest, temperature :This rock is a peculiar coral formation by Bruce Everett ft Hays, architects, U. S. Bonds, and." premium........... ..... 71,000.00<
m :containing a great deal of plant food, 706-708 English-American Building
thermometer .
.recorded by the'gOYeraaieat W"1i IS. !as evidenced by the fact that la many Atlanta Ga. Other stocks and;Bonds..... ..... ... .. .:... u.:........ 41,000.00,
the rammer Do
,during A certified check tor'One Thousand "
:1 HEALTH I place,orange and other fruit trees are Dollars $1,000) must accompany each Banking House. .. .. .. . .. -. .. ... .. :: -:.. .... .. .. OOoo.oqDile ;
ranks .the Ant In to be'seen bearing ,thriftily, though .bid as a guarantee that the contractor: :
the The United d9 'States among In,point .of health apParei standing;on a aolld* jifata i will enter into contract for the erection frombanks and U. S. Treasurer.. ..... .. ... :. '74,657.92

'There I*:entire freedom from malaria, of this rock Being of the'a' porous,; or Copies of laid'of ,plans bu: cI1Dg.and peciflcatlon. Cash in 'i-ault..L.. .... .. ... .. .. ...:; .. .;: ':.,. ... .47758.83 ..
honey-combed structure root
of 4 j' -
:and there are "prevailing diseases. can be obtained from the undersigned I ,
Those ailments which'are common too the trees Pin enabled';to peJi.tri* It or the architects,, and a deposit ; 725,235.13
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k an'parts of>the' country: 'seem. to be and draw ample'sustenance' 'from'whatwou'.j :Aq of $10 willbe required to Insure I :
appear, to be a very nnpromlsIng prompt and safe returnof the plans
.. here robbed la part, of their power, as '
source. "Thls'rocii'by: the and specifications. Liabilities .
usually la a mild form tra 1 r
i they appear '
The.ulual rights reserved.H.
makes a beautiful;; and'durable building ,
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ad rarely leave the bad.effects which'follow j C, Hood. .

S '- la'the wake of:like' diseases' : material, and the sew court louse Chairman, Board of School Trustee. Capital. . ... . [... .. .. :... .. .. : .:::...'. ......::.. 5100,000.00
and Jail as well as seven residencesIn West Palm Beach.'
elsewhere Scarlet.fever and Jlph-
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.therla are 'unknown 'while typhoid the city, built 'of:tits 'stoneware r I' L't I 1 Surplus and undivided pr 6,766.67

much, admired by an visitors. It 1110makes '. Human Blood Mark fits..I..
fever Is rarely heard of. It Is a deslrble the'finest road material i<he! National Bank ;Xo.tes. :- 52000.00
suffering
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;* "place for, 'those" catarrh from. 'aadstellar word and DaJe county leads aifoth A tale ot horror was told by marks DEPOSITS, ., ; .'. :. . . ..... ; .. . ... ... 566468.46
lung troubles, asthma, ot human blood In the aome of J. W.. ,,1
diseases which'are prevalent ers,la, the State. in mileage-,and..condition Williams,' a well known merchant of : I '725235.13

.tncolder climates 'Many persons'af of' her hljhwars.. II.< j. .. Bac, Ky. He write: "Twenty; year -
a f.ded'With these Cla hare .Come here The fruits :cultivated! are chiefly ago I had severe hemorrhage of the
lungs and was near death when I began .
:r and have been cured or greatly benefitted. grapefruit oranges, and pineapples, taking Dr. King's NeW, lcovef7.It L
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Of course, this I snot the case guavas, mangoes, avocado pearai and cures hemorrhages, chronic coughs, ..
t 'to every Instance .People'die here as lime are'.'largely, produced but-.belng: settled colds and bronchitis, and -1* The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and new-eve
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'. they do everywhere else'' ,No country Indigenous- -to the country" they.tbrlvewith the only known cure for weak lungs. favor consistent with sound banking ideas, and every acc odationin, keeping

ass yet been'discovered,where peopleare' little or no'cultivation.. 'Citrus gists.Every bottle EOc and guaranteed, ,fL Trial by bode all drug free.A with their balances and financial standing. 3'i
; tree will: from three t five
1' Immune from' death and'disease.it require >' 'I
the same,time',It 'may : be,truth- year after planting to produce!fruit "Lucky'Postmistress

rally'lald'that the conditions tending Pineapple: *.,which grow' on ajCplaatomewhatresembUng Is Mrs. Alexander of. Cary. Me., 'who i s k

to general :ieslthfulness areas favorable the cactus and has found Dr.- Kings New Life Pills {

'as In any section of the country' 'hkh'ar propagated by'setting sUps for keeping the stomach liver' and Wm. M. Drown President Geo. R. Gomph. (Cashlerf'I'
bowels perfect order. Toull .
far more to thaa,ita most or 'Iu "",,bearfralt in IS months agree .
and '
with her.it. you try; ,,these painless pnrrifler ,.
THE UTI'S TOTURK'lOaml after. 'planting.: In this section! ] theyace
that Infuse new life. Guaranteed. ,
:,:;,';, '1'*.." an-. modem- COIiTD.t" -' grown, in'the'opea.- there being'4! no, by an drgglsts. Price,:5e.
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