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 Material Information
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 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00360
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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;fcfVOL'3.. NO. 127 ::.rr:: ::. MIAMI,,, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906. kMawrsw.-ms Price 5 .Cent .



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I POLICE FEES[[ WEREIiDISCUSSED [ [ PRESIDENT SENT DIMICK MADE REPLIES BY THE 10 MIAMI CHARGES RECORD: DEATH 'Or J CK50N OVER A TH'OUSAND N "




, [O 8Y CONGRESS A II Ii' .CAUSES SOMESUSPICION CARLOADS OF

TO THEJ}; >EMOCRATIC VOTERS OF DADE COUNTY:

# REPORT Since(:i do not own a newspaper sand must pay for the space that I r
COUNCil use I may not be able to meet attacks on me as fact as they can be pub- I SUPPC ES
lished; bat I shall endeavor.before May 15, to answer alt statements that
seem to Semand a reply.It .
may not be generally understood why I have such active and even -- .

venomous:;]} opposition from the Miami Record, involving, as it does a .
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k complete.-change ot attitude towards me personally and officially within
SAT MEETING LAST NIGHI OF THE COMMISSIONER the last .tew' months. So far as known to me, the Record's present views WAS DROWNED OR KILLEDWent SENT TO SAN FRANCISCO
i I are due to:the following causes:
"i: ''I FIRST; The Record favors one of my opponents for Clerk of the
_i I Circuit Court and is pursuing,the' course that his friends think. best calculated
t to J; win votes t
Rates Connected With ,SECOND The Record has apparently aspired to be dictator in Dade '
'Board Refused to Assist County On Freight : Into Water From Steamer Since its Disaster-J-Several Hundred
County politics and resents my temerity in running for office without per !

in Painting the'Bride-Various Oil Industry--Deals Severely mission from headquarters Biscayne'Near' Key Avaco- More Now Enroute 1
1, THIRD: There are personal reasons. One of these crops out in :
Commuuications Were With the Methods Now in the Record's editorial of April 25th entitled "Has He Been Faithful!" Had Considerable Money Health s'Pheno- -
:: where It is charged,that I have betrayed a trust reposed in me by personal of City {

Received and GivenConsideration. Use-._-The Report Is friends.fib i on Person Foul Play I
menally Good. Loss at .
.. Before replying to these Insinuations In detail I demand that the t:
Important., CHARGES be published In detail. Whenever the INSTRUMENTS
Suspected.Officers .
question the published IT WILL APPEAR on the FACE of them that Santa Rosa;
there WERE CERTAIN OBLIGATIONS imposed upon the OTHER PARTIES I I
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to be whom :
tovthe agreement the parties now claiming aggrieved (
it is prudent to designate as "X" .and "Z" la order to avoid the accusationof t s :a
F. H. May 4The President divulging secrets). of the
members President Washington 1 steamer Blscayneone
e But five .San Francisco.May 4 In the matter,,
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:; ; Wtarton and Messrs., Tucker. Rellly.Cballle today transmitted to Congress the report I stall be able to .ho..wben the accusations are made specific enoughto of the F. E. .c. Railway extension of outside relief a Southern Paclfia
attended .j I warrant It, that "X" and "Z" FIRST VIOLATED THEIR AGREEMENTand freighters which arrived in .
and Wilson Just a quorum of James H. Garfield comml&slonI port yesterday Railroad official said I today that tomorrow -
the first ot the semi-monthly my action: in filing the Instrument for record was induced by such action 'afternoon after an absence often morning 1.056 bars of supplies!
nlgatt er of corporations giving the result o on their,, part to PROTECT A MAJORITY or the parties to the agree- the
; meetings of the city council last and days, report drowning from will havebeen delivered In San Francisco .
v' sad after transacting considerable bur his investigations of transportation ment add I assert unequivocally that' It was not prompted by any other her of a negro named Jackson the latter for relief from all of the
parts
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%>f ,Iness took a recess until Monday night and freight rates connected with the motive. jl.I think that any lawyer or any-roan with common sense will port of the'week.an.r' there Is a hint country. jj .
!> One of the first matters to receive i oft industry. say thaiwhen an agreement is violated by one party the other party Is of foul play connected with his death, It is expected tha an additional '.
f"attention was the retirement of'the releaaed.1! though there is no positive evidence
Tta'e Presidentafter emphatically I three hundred cars will nave been re
p.soo emergency bonds. issue made I ; I AM READY to go Into DETAILS whenever the Record ){AY'seemto of IU h.. ceived from the east la the next few
!:! dating the importance of the subject ddt+ 'been ;
being o.FOURTH Jackson had
"' several 'months ago. the clerk in the city and days. The danger of la water famine
;.",1 instructed to draw a warrant for that!' at the present tIme., says that the : 'Last but not least the Board of County Commissioners was returning to Camp No. 7. on has passed and all the city's source r M,,
{ 'amount la favor, ot'the Fort Dallas Standard Oil Company, Is benefltteJ of which body I am a member,was so unpatriotic, at the beginning of the Key Vacas. where he was employed. of supply are Intact .
National Bank the amount to Include enormously by the secret rates, which year "designate another paper: than the .Record as the County's official Other workmen' were aboard the boat The health contlnni s good., One sm
.*- lat.ereat.of' per cent for six months; organ. ;?SINCE THEN: the Record has seek a NEW LIGHT and has dis' also. Jackson is known to save had of six
that the ease typhoid and : suspicions;,,
'1 ,Mayor John Sewell. as a committee i are clearly unlawful and says coveredttbat the official conduct of the Board has been reprehensible and between ISO and $60 on his'person cues of the same disease have been
It 4 t). of one from the Board ot County Com-' report shows a"benefit of threequarters detrimental to the Interests of the people (on the,principle perhaps that and some off the employees of the reported the last two weeks which ,
:r nolssioners.$. appeared before the conned of a million dollars in:tnls way "WE", art the people. steamer believe It possible that he is below normal. This Is regarded E
.' and requested that Inacmncl U la 1904. It also says that the Standard The:charge has been' made by the Record that I did not act In tool was !''tapped.1|on the head,' h...pock U a most remarkable iI"COr4 by medical "
.1', the county commissioners desired to Oil Company proffts immensely faith with Mr. Flits and that I used and counte" ancM underhand method ets rifled and. the body thrown Into men.SANTA .
', 'paint the county bridge over the MI- by the open rates, which are so arranged to defeatjhe appointment of Mrs. Dearborn THOSE! who are RESPONSIBLE the water. i
,; 'ami river, at Avenue D. that the city as to give it an overwhelming for this CHARGE against me baTe been offered INCONTROVERTIBLE ', The body went Into the water justas LOSS I .
pay Its pro rata of the expense. advantage 'over independent' }corpora. EVIDENCE that the accusation.Ii TJNTOUVDKD, but there has the steamer was turning to make i Wl$' .E feOOOOOQOakland.
\ The request brought forth condderable tions. \ NEVER'been a,word published ,by he Record to correct the INJUSTICEdonem the camp at Key Vacas., about nine .
.. ,' discussion and It was finally mord 'Other corporations arealso! benefited ..4 "? I o'clock last ntgat A,boat.wu. lowered II ."Cat. May !"4 Governor
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*. .and seconded that the request be by an elaborate aeries of rate discriminations I DBNOUNCB these charges aa ABSOLUTELY: FALSE: and will gladly at once[ and a diligent search Pardee has D..a.bfqnDe4 .that the
accepted and filed and that the County and Instances that' of the sugar submit the evidence to. anyone who wM can for It : made for him, ,but If,UM body ever property loss at Santa'! Rosa from Oft
a: Commissioners be Informed that trust; which rarely.,If .ever,.'pays Aa to,the'charge that I voted to use m..ney.from the general fund to came to,the surface. It was not seen. recent earthquake will be three mO. ... ,
the city Is prohibited by law from a lawful truap rtatlOl1.t. ,:S ': pay preliminary:; 'expenses of the West Palm Beach Drainage District, I This fact leads to the suspicion of lion dollars. It will boat 1150,000> to
fMfcfaf appropriations of that nature Commissioner GarfieU's report' finds ,1 accepted a legal opinion that such action was lawful hlcb opinion was foul play. The body Is still missing clear away the wreckage. ;
and thereforfrthe city could /do nothing that the"output ot refined oil'annually rendered,. the Board's attorney, who was sele>rej: for the position with but all passing steamers are keeping ,
'In the matter. w 26.000.000 barrels of which the the APPROVAL and HEARTY ENDORSEMENT! of the RECORD'S EDITORIf a close watch for It. and If found as FOR SUPREME COtJRT JUSTICES
I The matter of fees to be paid police Standard Oil Company controls S3 the attorney did not know the law, I could not be expectel to. If I violated it probably will be. there Is a hope ,
\ officers other than marshal was then minion barrels and approximately the:law. I did It unwittingly and acting In good faith.I that, it will be possible to determine !
a//.L! brought up In',a communication addressed tbe same proportions of other finished. DENY as being ABSOLUTELY FALSE thy-charza that j havePROMISED whether the man was Injured, before Friends report that, from all parts
; : J. E.!: Lummns and petroleum product going Into the ;, of the State tomes th1 announcement
.J1I to Messrs. or SELECTED any,man or men for the, position as DEPUTY water. I -
J., I. WBsodthe finance commit CLERK;tinder me, should.I'be selectvl to the office of Clerk nor will I that WHiltfiedand! parknm >. the' ,
tee. to Mayor Sewell. requesting what under soy circumstances do so'until the people.have by their votes exp MORE wtfcnreg ticket for"Jnskice. of the Supreme
{understanding he had had with certain How PRODUCE'IS ; :"Breed, their choice for me as their Clerk of Court. Yours respectfu'Iy! EXTENSION Court. James B. Wnitfleld i.,
.t 'men. appointed by him as city policemen ... -&-11 EUGENE' H. DIMICK.GHAljGE and Charles B.. ParkhlH are bottt
.. relative their fee for remuneratton. :- worthy young FloriJians They have
,The mayor's reply stated that NOW 'MOVINGFROM done their duty well i>n the Supreme
Rfe fi u had Intended for each man to reVeelve TO SETTLE EIGHTY-SEVENTH j OPERATORS ,Court bench and the|thlDkIq voters)

l ; a fee of, $1 where convictions I of Florida do not see why there
T ere secured and fines paid,-was appended. I should be a change! therefore It lathe
.J honest conviction-! of the friend
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ANTHRACITE
THE ANNIVERSARY
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; The question had been raised-0y certain : THIS SECTION TO NORTHERN HAVE BEEN STARTED AT SADDLE of these young men t iat they will be
'i'- ex-members ot the force who con. '. & nominated by a flattering\ majority .
,J tended that they should receive the MARKET, TOLD BY THE ST. GOAL 'STRIKE BUNCHESKEYS I AND BOCA CHICA in the primary election May 15. However -
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e 'same the who Is al ; HONORED they are not permitting overconfidence erg'
fee as marshal? AUGUSTINE RECORD OP YES '
BY THE F. E. C. R Y CO.
to make them careless.and
Mowed by law fees,' where convictions
.' are secured the same as that allowed TERDAY -KEY WEST NOTES they urge all their'friends; at every '
7;;, sheriff's and ranging from 1.35 to IsIS voting precinct la the State to workIn
:p.!..' Marshal Hardee 'stated to the ..-' I tehlr behalf until the polls, close
council that all police officers had I r on the evening of May 15.
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SMALL AND IT IS. BELIEVED LOCAL ODD FELLOWS COMMEMORATED
keen receiving fee of $1.10'where ;Throughout the lower section of the I Metropolis Bureau-- Banner
convictions were ,secured and fines East Coast and in Dade County,'especially THAT.-THIS AFTERNOON OR TOMORROW THE EVENT LAST EVE Key West, May 3. The 11 announcing the
paid. there is great activity In the itS I' engagement of Mr. Qaston Drake of
-'\ :the matter was finally referred. to gathering and marketing of the' tomato ,, WILL SEE A. GENERAL NING WITH A DELIGHTFUL PROGRAM The. launch Lnclle with a barge this city to- Miss May Robinson' of

,:,: "Qeattorney' for a legal adjustment and other vegetable crops practically RENEWAL OF HOSTILITIES REFRESHMENTS DANCING load of supplies and men left Monday Lake City ssys: "The engagement of
,,!and report at the next meeting of the every man woman and chlldwho morning for ,Saddles Bunches to begin Mr. Gaston Drake of I Miami, and Miss t
v MITCHELL I ETC. May Robinson of Lake City. has been '
d Soard', are engaged in the business, besides CONCERNED.
? The committee appointed to look in: a large, force of hired labor. being at t4Scranton work' on that key. The men announced the marriage to occur'on =
Ito the purchase of another,/or addl'tlonal work harvesting; and packing., will be put|to wrok drilling holes the 6th of June in th4 latter city 9r.
:; pair of fire horses reported pro All of the crops are among the most 'nl along the right of way. Drake Is a brother *, f Mr. Trusten ;
ogress Several communications to chief I It i prolific ever produced In this or' any Pa., May 4- There was The'commemoration' of the 87th anniversary Another dredge I has been sent hereto Drake who married Miss Alice Rocker
Hurdle relative to the price ot such portion of the State. and good profits hope of of Odd Fellowship in this of this city. He is fell known here.
Boca
little this morning settling help mak the fill between
:, 'a team were also Alec: ,.' are being; realized. One however, country by Fort Dallas Lodge No. 44. His marriage to Mlsk Robinson will .
:: 4 Dr. J. N. MacGonlgle. superintendent can hardly appreciate the magnitude he[ anthracite coal controversy. The TJllendortf Hall, proved ,an InterestIng Ctlca and Stock Island Wednesday be a. prominent social' event In Lake
;: f. the electric light,plant. common!. Pf this Industry unless actively associated miner* expressed the opinion that the and enjoyable affair. morning Capt.' DrIscoll left on the I I City.." |
I",'cated with thev council relative to the with'It., To them the following only,alternative! will be to strIke. anda Quite a large number of members launch Lucile with a force of men ,-: 4< .
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i numbering 'of electric, light, poles ,by; from'the St. Augustine Record of decisive; to that end is looked for with their families and Invited friends and supplies establish a camp M Wanted In Columbia County e
'9 stating that the work required consld yesterday, will convey,a conception of afternoon were present. The exercises consisted Big! Carpet Key. The work In the I I .Sheriff Purvis of Lake City Columbia ;
his tomorrow morningat
erable time. and systematic work' but,the immense amount of produce now or of music by the Biscayne Orchestra. harbor will begin! In a few days County accompanied by Deputy :
lithat it was progressing and would be ;going to the northern markets. from the latest recitations songs and the reading of I Rev. W. Ci White rector of the Sheriff Gore, went down to Perrine 'of)
;V completed as promptly as possible. Dr. this section: President Mitchell is still seeking a I papers touching upon and affecting I Church of tie Holy Innocents, has this morning and arrested three negroes ,
.;;MacGonlgle Informed me council also "Vegetables, mainly tomatoes are going way to obviate extreme measures, as Odd Fellowship. announced hs{ resignation. He..111 wanted In Colombia county on
;;that be bad given the chief of the fire ; North now In vast quantities. he, realties that the question, to be Among the,features ot the exercises preach his farewelll sermon on Sun a charge of recruiting labor, without 4
,f department permission to paint cur.tsin These come from the lo..er'east coast decided j'involves the future of the were recitations by Miss Adelaide day. May %0. after which accompanied a license two of the tree being want
.; "- of the electric, light poles, In section and their destination Is every United Mine Workers 'as an organlsa Moody and Mrs M.. J. Masters; readIng by his wife ,|he will return north. ed also for violating; written contracts
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''various parts or the city. city and town in the country. lion and.,that It materlaly ,weakens by Julius Smith of a paper entitled Mrs George H. Curry and son,' Mel- They were brought to! the city on this
;, bother'communleatlon from Dr. "Yesterday 6,000 crates passed I or strengthens him as a labor leader. "Objects of Odd Fellowship" and statistics vin Curry. have! returned home from afternoon's train an will be takento
: ;MacGonigle Informed council that the through here by express and for, some II Mitchell said that nothing; has developed from the Supreme Grand LodgeBy the north. I Lake City tonight! by Sheriff Pur- '. .
,, ;request to place a Ugnt at the corner days the shipment by express bas :to: influence a decision of the H. F. Scruggs, noble grand all of TheCatbollc mite social was held ,vis.
vof Avenue'B and Fourth Street bad varied between 4,500 to 6,000 crates I miners (but that there is not much which were thoroughly enjoyed. and at Mr. and )IrL Theodore Sweeting HM

;.;;! been referred to the construction- dally. This in Itself is a large shipment hope of peaceful outcome. appreciated.The Monday night.. Played a Tie Game 4
!K.'*partment. and that,the matter would but small In comparison with The convention: adjourned until thisafternoonrwUh exercises should have been Mrs. Chas I Philips entertained the The best game of baseball so far
l"receive prompt attention! the quantity sent by freight From ; decisive action. held week previous, but owing to Married Lad eV Card Club Tuesday ;this season resulted !an he Royal
ti. The Columbia Bank Note' Co., of fifteen to twenty carloads of tomatoes ? tbe orchestra belngj engaged at that evening. : Palm grounds yeste day afternoon
!",,'Chicago Informed council: that It had have been passing through daily since .Ire Not Taxpayers time the same.was postponed until last The members of Tiger Hose Co., :when the Miami team, and a picked
':heard a.bond electionwaa, to be held the first shipment was made. One i night. Concluding )the exercises refreshments .will give a dance at La BrUa on May ''I nine styling themselves "The Cubans- tat
-' in the city of Miami, and asking It.be day 37 solid carloads of tomatoes went Capt. 4F. Jaudon city tax assessor were served and afterwards i 10th for the benefit of their company. played ,a nine Inning i; tame to a tie-<
(. given an opportunity. bid on the forshng through. Such enormous quantities states thai he will have be assesmentrolls the hall was cleared and dancing i The entertainment will begin with a 7 to 7. Quite a crowd pas present ,
of bonds The commnncitloupi of these vegetables it would seem for?.he present year 1906- indulged until a-late hour I cake walk for the children, followedby and enjoyed the gamp The players
iitng of bonds:, A few other matters :' would glut,the market but the demandIs completed; by June 1. Capt.. Jaudon The evening as a whole was one one for the adults renewed lare'
,; of minor,Importance were given In excess'of the supply and thereIs states also that in his canvas ot the that will long be remembered by flip The city tax collector has given notice ,
d consideration, among'them' the 'aodit-' already a"market for the countless city be ;finds between six and seven members and all those fortunate that the); tax book for 1904 will as arenult! both the t !jam and'Individual '
,' ..fee and approval of bills after which thousands of crates yet to comet hundred egroes who do not own any enough to be present noon be closed and placed In the 'I I work Is much improved.. This '
a recess was taken until Monday night "Some Idea of the vastness of the real estate and who pay no tax what. hands'of the city attorney with Instructions U probably Influenced! by the offer ofa r
'l I vegetable Industry can be gained from ever. Against all of these Individuals The steamers Wanderer, St Lucie to! begin suit against all I $3 hat by J. H ,jrheatbam. each
;;i' London. -May 4The British steamer the great volume passing here. daily. he is assessing a personal tax of of $2: and Biscayne of the extension fleet delinquents ; I month to the player itjaklng the great
Aue -PeruTlan. from SSeldaJlprfl Thus far this year the yield seems to each.andiirni expect the city authorities came up from the keys'yesterday afternoon est number of hits Inl the games play-
"F/::10 llth. for Philadelphia was recently In ben bout the same as last Judging by to collect: It. which can be done and will get; away this after- Bachelor's Club RehearsalA ed during; that period.} The hits made
:'?:collision with an Iceberg and foun er- the shipments With such wealth In by levyyxand attachment as' an of noon and tonight with loads of freight rehearsal of the Bachelor's Club. so.far by the players'In the past two
: ... The crew were picked up by thesateamer the soil the farmers of the lower east them own personal property. In this and supplies. Not more than half a will be held in the High School buildIng games are as follows'.; Coachman. 3;
Mohawk Ships' report Jan- coast should rapidly, build up that section way th$;ttty: coffers will be enriched dozen laborers were brought up. the tonight directly behind the school Pent Hopkins Burgf,!>ss. Peddy and +'
;'....cwoaa Icebergs,: In the track ofAL and. the t magic growth of,Miami several (thousand dollars. or more thi fact showing that tbe exodus from the building and all participants are requested l Clopton. I each. and Cballle and

:':f ianue.uner- evidence that they are doing so." yea, :: camps .has .aboat.ceased. .' toE.. present at S o'clock.- Conklln., one each. .
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; THE. MIAMI METROPOLIS,', Matting Oil Heaters ii iiAill

DAILY AND WEEKLY :

ji PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON: EXCEPT SUNDAY and FurnitureWill ,

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be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty days

c I: B. TATUM, Pres. S. BOBO.. DEAN, S.c.-rus- I In the setting t>t meats ss wen u Itl
otter thlnrs. It's to* quality of oafs
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS i) 1/ meats that*win new friends and_ ..
," I Irons err day.J By the war,tan yes'
a W. Watson : : Avenue.D ever tried us pn sn order for rttt
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I fJ. beef We offef the best florldm n4d_
. .,.. .$ .45 Western beef V be nsd, t'Jif
One y &r.... ........... .f5.00 One Month. "
Six Months. B Doanc J Ji
. 2.00 Prop,
Three Month ._. :... 1.25 \ per Year. H'P *
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FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906 Sale

BONDING ISSUE FAR MORE 131 POUT ANT.In .


4: ;r 'the:whirl and excitement' attending the politisal: campaign DOW ,be. I Will Positively) Close May 5th ,

Ing waged, and while the merits of,this candidate or. that candidate are ther
'of,conversation, the people of Miami appear to have:forgotten I i '
absorbing topics successful
the fact'that an issue of far more vital Importance end span which: II j I Our sale so far has' been the most in our history and our '

>the freeholder o! the city,proper will be asked to pass, confronts .them.
This 1>..no other than the election called for Tuesday. May 22, and in 1 stock, has been reduced, considerably! We' will continue to se1l..a l the

4r, or which disapprove the property of the owners plan'to bond of the.the city town of in Miami the turn will of be 100,000 asked to fq&jaunicIpal approve- f big cut prices until May 5th, and in some, lines such as ladies shoes

Importance, Improvements.lo'the people, The of issue YIaIQJ.than', a*.we hate a county said above political, is one primary.of far:, more The 1 where stock is badly broken in sizes we, offer at lower 'prices than_ ever .

a j b latter cly.!will favorite no.'doubt will'be be nominated,attended by to office a gr>,at but deal what of,else.excitement With and that,some day; 1 j._in t order to close out by May 5th. Big'!bargains. Come and se;them.< '

the deed passes into history, and it done. fi -
Het not BO with the question of voting bonds or'no bonds. The Metropolis "d- .
"*: believes that the majority the property,owners of Miami, and'thoseprospective ,
owners;=are In''favor of_municipal improvements and the nuking '
of Miami as great' 'city as posa ble. The city In nearly'every way bas Paragon Pants Men's Clothing
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outgrown the present resources 0: its government and the demands for,improvements
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have,reached such a point,that It is necessary that money. be .
borrowed, to keep abreast of its onward march. : Paragon Pants, worth six and seven dollars everywhere. Men's clothing in ,Alfred Benjamin df Snellenberg

,. Once .before, ,a year,or.more ago.the public 1 voted. bonds though Ina i worth 1 14.00, 1 16.00 and 1 18.00; '
.' smaller, amount than that now asked.. The conditions and demands for: 3' FMostal1.slzesanasome'beauti$4 95. in all piece worsteds in serges $1'1 .90' :
}" .' Improvements now are greater than they were then. They are prevalent I.: : and fancy weaves., This sale '.1
I believes,the'project will 6e approved -
on e'ftry'hand and, while the Metropolis 1
"at- the polls'on the' 22d It asks 'the' people* to" give the. mater their! i 3 The best 3.50 and 4 00'':.'men's pants in Miami: We A | ew men's suits in ten and twelve I dollar grades., I
.. most careful consideration. There Is no politics in it. It is a clear business have a big stock of these and Oqly one or two of a pattern" '
proposition for improving the city and enhancing the value of every all Your choice 2.95 .ct'*, "
most sizes.
a I in small sizes Price.
mostly 90
t; l f.don, r.:-worth of property\ within Its- limits, and much'that is" not., i pair . .. . .. . 'P to How .l. .. r. fc. ; "' 'J
22 and 1'
Remember ,this election will be held on ue.day..lIay ,every
freeholder la the_dtjr'should'take more, 'It.Is'worthy |>f'and'commanding, :.the'greatest of consideration.i *' 't'Go ..vna- ,}

hf AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS., 1> !, l' MEN'S- v .SHOES"'* I MEN'S SHbES LADIESSh; ES' .

l Edwin 'Clapp'$6 ;d $?'.s oes., .. Walk-Over and Paqkards 3.50 Big cut' in',; )ladles';l Krippen'dorf "l:
In,.an' }ddresa'delveredbefore. the'State Horticultural Society'Ia annual 1-- Known as'.the best shoes. earth and $4.00 shoes. All these in shoes. Our bhgall} .'counter of '.
session at dackaonv1leieeterday, and,on ,the subject' ;of Florida. im. J'; ,Only a few,pair)left. 5 35 wide width, only. To. 'JO 95 2.50 and 3,00" shoes at $1.95. .
: migration, State Chemist R<''E., Rose, said In put: \WThat = } Price.-" go stow at u. ./C. There. being only a'ew left
pair ,
*Florida needs,'or:can comfortably care for more people Is true; : t
that.she Is obtaining them more.' rapldli'than, any''other.,Atlantic State, .Is f. Diamond Brand shoes a few of the 2.50 and 3.00 Price to close out 1 65 = c cI
,also tree' ; that.'by"natural 'increase,;' .nd.by American' 'immigration' men I Perfectin I in fit and wear' :most shoes left. All these will I probably these few at ;",. _... .. F.1

and Tome Crca: ttt SoeQieasteni: States. particularly,. .. she.is rapidly,mIlac- 1 all sizes and five dlf3 45 be sold this_week. fo j l'95 245 bargain coUnter '.
'f apt' Taeaat fiUdM! to alaa" tn*_.",, '" : -' i., .* j{' ferenf! lasts to close at. . -. . I! shoes reduced. 2.2'O. RI
Speaking .of .vacant lands,;' ,United SUteaane'State" ; .'; ,'lands. ;:'c:1,desire !
r to'-oui.aunUon. to the!fact,that there is comparatively little vacant } I It I a.
t'lI1ieist.aie.: remaining. The State has title 'left, :no '
4
land Sots or John) B, Stetson and Knox 5 and $6 hats for. .$3.45 Sc ivens Elastic Seam drawers
homestead lands ,at' all; and has claims against:what.remains .nnalotted, I worth 75q for .60c
.t of, some four millions of acres more,'than.she has to meet the'claims with, }i. Dayton. ',Railroad! shoes,. worth 3.00 for. .:...S2. 5,' Railroad overalls, worth 75 cents at....,Jli ... ..60cCompany'

),United'States homesteads.'are ,being rapidly exhausted. ,Most.of the ,
desirable homesteads 'are sow occupied. The recent ;'at ne, and" timber r **. '
'acts" are rapidly 'absorbing :the;:remainder of the United ,States, lands. I ,
r 'Ninety:per cent of the public,domain his passed,into'the'.possession of individuals T. \ RouJh

,'syndicates) and corporations y,during..the- put- twenty- ',yearaNot, ; J r Anthony,; ; ,,
'only, this, but in other States., '
Though Florida had probably a greater acreage Of State lands than any
other" State,-except Texas;:some':twenty-seven' million' acres,,more or less R
'practically five-sevenths,of all the land in the State-less h njw t7-lIve :',.. I
years ago: she _today' is 'practically bankrupt, In her landed :possessions
and has claims against her for.milllons\f acres morethan, she"has to meet 1
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f the, ,claims"Our 'public with.- domain .one*',the ,bout of our ,State and Nation has
'
dwindled until now: It la'difficult for a young American 'to find 160 acres.' .to Do You Wal1t'eakyHoqse? :
1' homestead. We have parted with our heritage, our vast domain of,pro ,

dactivesoli, our,own,children,. to say l1othlaC'of the 'foreign. Immigrantare -
: left without_homes, to become,the "bond servants" or "tenant farmers" "
",.' of land syndicates corporations, or trust magnates.
V "Do we need Immigrants?' Yes-.American immigrants; particularly jl d
,
r from 'the'Southeastern States=men who will own their' own homes; \ '-.''''' ; ,i ,
maintain the true American spirit,'. i',love of liberty, and personal ind'ependence. :} Y
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If do
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-."' .. : ,: .: so we can ; nothing for you,. but. '
tt The Metro polls'heartily concurs'in the expression of Mr. Rose that t "' I'
Florida 'needs immigrants:'but she'wants to be a.bit cholce'in their selection. e, .
., : 'of thrift,.of enterprise and ability who will 'makr I
We want men '
}
.r residence. business block!
the ., If you want an absolutely water-proof : or a building of any kind
good citizens and help to build up and Improve the greatness of State. i
The rlfrat of the.world,are not ( sated; they will,not be tolerate 'Give 'we wll.be!. clad to show you a water proof, artificial stone that is the best. on the market

us' good Americaa ,immigrants.' There are plenty of Inducements. and- We will 'demonstrate, to you that water canbe poured over the lacing of our!, stone
much land besides a warm welcome here for them. "
and .will, stay thereuntil: evaporated by the sun, with not the least bit of 'abeorbment: by the

This Is the last day on which county and state poll taxes can be'paid. stone.; {It is nut healthy to live in a damp house,!,' therefore protect the health of yourself,
I ...
because they neglected '
dUfraacihsed'at the
polls simply
rf: 'Many this duty win be '! ''at' r" i ,- and 'family and build a stone house. Plaster can b6 put on this stonethus, saving the expense

of lathing!!: and we, GUARANTEE our stone will not crack: or peal. We also deal in
Most'of us are willing to go almost any length to help the suffering
Cement. _: : DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A CHANCE TO BIDTheArtStonc'
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people of San.Francisco,.but. most of us will veto the proposition that the'
Federal Government guarantee a bond issuance_for ,the rebuilding' of the
ruined,'city., ,The"Government: can much better afford to vote money for
their sustenance- for',months' "to come.: 'We 'ought never: reach ,the point
'
where we, tin .countenance'the,,use>of the public credit, for' such a' dangerous
:scheme. '*56 .
It r Construction Co

,' 'This-, lathe.' warmest month; politically Florida,and Dade county have ;
seen.In a number of'yean. At the primary grows nearer the situation
1
grows more acute:and Interesting, and may assume a sensational 1In sh, i
-. AU-the candidates.'are'confident of success and have supporters,and work: ,
ars'by the'score. ::The most! Interest here, naturally;. Is centered] In for '
f legislative and,clerkship contests, though thereIs no lark of en'hnsi lasra lamlpnty I Office and Stone Yard Foot, Avenue Df "Look for the Turn in the Wall"a

Ole ;race for the other offices'to';be=filled, It is Ilg..to':be',a' l

hot ttme. i'
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.'s THE' DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS .FRIDAY MAY 4. 1IM PAGE THREE:;


."l' A X ORDINANCE 1||i rate of speed exceeding 4 miles peyhour ,- --':','-:- .- '"

e-. ', ,I I and shall! .&:all times,-while on
I r, the streets, avenue's, or public highways a
|J-: fhc profession*. 1----1: of the cityof: Miami .have such a
[ vehicles or conveyance under perfect
:r '.' ;" torcycles or other conveyance of al(,control. i|gi I II Yourwat

.oT' similar character and relating to the ,\i I Sec. 8. Upon:-'approaching a person''II 'What's

- DIe of the streets by persons ridingor :(( walking in or upon any of the ave Inside

." driving thereon.Be .1.1I i I rues streets highways of the city I I
?" I I I of Miami or a horse or horses
S"'avttr.ea, dcATTORNEYS xrs:.. I It ordained by the City Council I i other draft animals, whether l i *

AT LA V of the city of Miami: I(I ridden. led orhdriven upon belne'l t f
:. i Section 1. That It shall be'W1l&wtull( streets, avenues highways, per work

,..... .......-..'.....n.,...-...".,'v.... /aa..Y aei ,I for any. person or persons to run locomobile or 1 I lIOn operating any such vehicle or Man> a Coat puts on\ a brave 'facd-and hides cheap inside
.... 1 cause' to be run any automobile conveyance, as above described, shall .
,+!CMr III...... JP1a. I motorcycle qr other conveyance I. give ample andsufficient: signal orI, j
!;I!. or vehicle propelled by anypower warning of its PProaCh; and shall .
other than muscular power, such other
use ,reuonable precautionas
I
.*.k ATKISSO' I ,
nrxocx L r.
such motor vehicles as run I to insure thejsaftety) '
excepting of
any person )
inside see'but
detail of
construction not often
are
'i Seymour & Atkinson upon rails or tracks, mat may be I or the safety of any horse orj I THE they'reat '
used for locomotion in. on, over or upon horses or other:f Jraft animals and (Oi a important. X re granite foundations to a brick'block. They
-4 ; Attorneys any of tae streets, avenues ,or prevent frightening the same. J! give the garment itJ! stability and character and the'difference of ,

.", :>' Counselors At. Law. other'public highways o" the city other 01 Sec. i. Anyfperson operating any j]j a few cents in the cost of these inside details shows in two or three

c cUlatMatloa. MclTllpnctlcU all COMU, Uiaminnless such automobile or such vehicle Conveyance as aforesaid weeks. The trimmings and workmanship of Schloss'garments are
shall
'ff,f.? Stan ..,. .carat conveyance as described and above run. mann I upon the Streets: or highways of, the best that monejr!can,secure., The mere lining cost the makers.
be licensed equipped
Rooms S,6,7.FrisaellBldi'MiamiG. the city of Miami shall at the request,
aged and controlled as hereinafter pro or on the signal by putting up the I from 75c to $1.50 a yard against ,2Sc to 6Octhat, other liningstn

vided. hand from a person) doting leading or 'I other makes-cost : Its simply the difference between something: '

A. Worley Sec. 2. That all automobiles described, or driving a restlve\. \ horse or horses or I good and something cheap between the bat and a make-shitt-'
.
.' other conveyance as above having other draft' animals, bring,, such mo between perfect construction and cheap work.. Schloss linings ire
the owner or person
shall by
Attorney at Law torcar or othej*conveyance, a* above "
the In his custody management only one among Schlpss saperioritieuCloth.findingicnttingandbi. '
same described immediately to a stop-and !
;f 3toJ.. .Twelfth St., Miami. Florida or'control be entered of record in a if traveling In Tan opposite dlrectiou loring are all of the lame standardeTery the best money can' buySchloss
'
book kept ;for that purpose by the to such a i
perfOn riding, leading or I '
city clerk of the city of MiamUhow- such restive .
'M. driving horse or horses, j
t yGeo. Bobbins lug the name of the manufacturer or other draftanimals, remain statlonary ,
?$< -Tttuevtlle.ru. amount of horsepower seating capacIty -' so long:.s may be reasonable
and Counselor kind of motor power used and to allow such horse or animal to *
pt Attorney 5 I pass:
In his
:& At.: Law owaer nstody.: or management agent having or the control same : and and if such traveling.4n the same direction,II \ tO $
e I use reasonable precaution in ; ?
t Wm poetic U aB Comru. Stale. 'aU T.d.rmT such automobile or other vehicle -u passing, then or hereafter such horse j
above described shall then be' numbered !
clerk or animal aai9.to prevent further
t.it directed by the city
.
as frightening, provided that the same
: Hudson' $Boggs and lettered with the letter ")I" and In case such hose or animal appear
letter
such number or numbers and
badly frightened,, the person operating
Law shall be furnished by the owner or
at
/ Attorney such vehicle: or upon request so I
FloridaT. agent of any such vehicle or convey to do such person so operating such 1
TOW1I1e Building, Miami., ance as above described .and shall be I I ,
vehicle shall the .r
refluse motor of the i '
bung from the same in such the manneras same to cease running so long as may clothes are not top good for you; the price
visible from rear
.IU GL K. D. ,. to be plainly be reasonably;;necessary to prevent
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In ,
affixed stamped or printed thereon further frightening said horse or I i -
OftM was ilea OfM*rsanMsy. .' figure or figures and letter not less animal to prevent accident and'to la is"ht always Let show the
.lumen Inches in width for the let. ,
Can**at O two (21 UJ'i I
Sec. 10. 111'e. of accident to I
.
VI.un. ., RLORm4M ter and for each numeral before any ,
/' person or property)' on the streets or i -- I .'
other
such automobile or conveyance I
#M Dr. James M. 'Jackson Jr. or vehicle as described above shall other highway of the city of Miami -J
due
to the operation thereon Q:'any -- -
: ; to run or cause to be run. upon any
.: C5rser I ZdI 51. B2d Art.:Bl of ,the streets, avenues or other above such motor describedthe vehicle or conveyance." M 1 .
9ffIcI highways of the city of Miami Provided person operating ; I.


,?( bears Olpes46tlakl65lld 3" 4 95d:7 I s.8 ji., "LDRS owning,such That controlling conveyance the person or or or vehicle managingany persons>as, I Inca person vehicle of present the person Shall!;give stop Injured such and or person upon from any his request
name and address and If
} above described who has or have .' not the ow R : s
lief of such ?. eaicle, then In such
Ir : W. B. RUSH. paid other'.than license the in State any of of'.Florida the States or event shall, give the name and address i y

,t.' OffloeilMzth street, !Phen.4*. las paid a city'license in any othei of iuch6wner. : '

"" _" Relt4n,soe th8..: city of the State -of Florida:shall up Sec.:1L AU .automobiles or other
; fLJi.J on the exhibition of such license be conveyances:,;ii above described,'for Clothier and Men's Furnisher ""
1f. MIAMI. exempt from the requirements of this hire shall be subject to he same INtense .

section for the period of ten (10) days charges'and regulations now U "
after, such automobiles'.or.-other: con force or that may hereafter be provided -
J#'J. H. f. Mullett.M.D. veyance1 J as above described., shall for In the regulation of hacks cabs, Don't forget the Number 322 Twelfth eet. cMl..Jkfida' *
., have been brought Into this the city and other vehicles soliciting business :
'', 1 O&M Boon 1 and 4, of Miami.. ., t- :: and 'patron=, on .the'' streets of,-,the ,1 I 43
'.- ? rrissell Building I Sec. S. :That the city clerk of the clt)': $!1' ;

[r} Hoar 10 a.ax to IS .. uo 5 p.a', city of.Miami shall be paid ,by the 'See. 12. It, han be the duty of the -.... .., '--,-- ---- -. ---- -- '. --.--.-" ..--.& -
I't. Residence U1,10th street.. owner or agent of said vehicle or conveyance operator or driver of any. suchIcon-t :
_, __ .. __
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I as above described a fee oftwenty veyance- fabove described *or :of ', "" I _

-five (15) cents for ,recording any person driving any hack cab, omnibus .. .
!: .f.. ,FBED ,BUTTES, any such;vehicle .or conveyance as or other! vehicle of any nature .r 'j
; above'described required la Sec. whatsoever w, any person riding'a
;f ,:erierat Contractor. S of this*ordinance. _-' bone or other animal or a bicycle in
:! GradtftL'' Sea C..:AU conveyances or?vehicles. cr upon '.the .treeta of the ctty/of WILSON' & HUDDLESTON J

\ Blasting. as above described shall be equipped Miami in fitting any, other person C }
-'fi '.Weils Drilled. Sidewalk with one good horn gong or bell and operating or driving any such automobile c I
shall show. Between the hour of sun :or othejxco.veyaac. or vehicle .' lAND a
REAL ESTATE: INSURANCETHE :' L
25NV sunrise,* (I .
. Maynard set and the hour -of wo' a* above described. 'or driving any
C., ., lights showing a white IIcht' at a tack,' cab, orrpmnlbus,or other Teh .
-. GKADUATCOPT1C1AM distance of Three Hundred i WO feet Ide of any nature whatsoever or any ton Ii!
Huddle mutualcon-
been
Wilson & dissolved
t ahead and shall show a red light' af person ,riding any animal or, bicycle firm of Beck., having by -
c With Maynard' Son. Jewelers flied'to V the rear of said vehlele.or to'co on thejrlght hand side I of, the 1'V sends therefore no more. We will continue the business of real estate, insur-

J ,A_.D B.atMF.at onus conveyance' as above'. described; from such street- .in so;[passing such person. surance, etc. in the Hatcl.ett building rooms.- 10, n,, 12 at head of stairs..]*We .
be unobstructed
"?"' rear behind.light by any to'portion of said vehicle. Sec.,provlsloir.of;12.: That: any this person ordinance violating shall will be glad to list any properties you may have for sale. If you ;wish to buy we

GEO.' L. McDONALD'- Bed. (.. No such: eutomobUet or any be. punished, fine; not exceeding have some of the best properties in the city 'on our list and believe we can interest xV

': ) CtTflb aMTCOCOAjrUT other described vehicle shall of, be conveyance runt upon as any above of $100.00: or bf;; imprisonment not exceeding : )'ou.. We handle all kinds of real estate, improved and unimproveditjy.and

sal Isbilvidlag J.u4a a..cal1r; the streets< : avenues or i other; public 60 days or by both such fine country. We invite you to call and ,talk it over ::. WILSON A HODDLESTON_ r.
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and Imprisonment ,ln the descretlon '
OBOTX.. nA.t17A1.Tl highways of the city of Miami by any of the Court '-.
person under the age oM8 years ., | l. V- I 'ct
-
:>i+'c.. DWAitMOi B _nit_ That _It. _shall_n be, unlawful' .s ec: 14.. That or1nnucel'or tc
part of ordinances la conflict with _
;t'J or any person or;persons'to run or

;1' iii oJ.i tect.J, : conveyance cause to be as run'above any such described vehicle' or same the' provisions are hereby,. hereof repealed.be 'and. the ..Sealed bids NOTICE for excavating FOR BIOS and grading'certain I ; "Rheumatism- .,Makes Uri Mlaerabt. "

'Seel: road at Jupiter will be received Merritt & KolbiREAJ .
J'" any of the streets?:avenue or other :IS. till ordinance shall take A happy home Is the most Taloahl*
;;inOATeC .. Miami.PlaThe highway within the city limits 0: the effect after ipubllcatton as requiredby by ,A. i{. Dearborn. Cerk' of possession that Is within Jhe reacA of
:'J- ': city of Miami at a rate of speed greater Section' 20,0. the Charter and the the Circuit Court at Miami up to 12 r mankind but you'can' not enjoy its

House than ten (10) miles per hour from lapse,of time, required for penal-or. o'clock noon of the 5th Jay'of June comforts If yon are suffering front
Chapman the hour of :.anrin:fo the hour of dinance by|$the same section. A. D. 1906. 'Specifications and definite rheumatism. Too'throw aside busiaeaacares' ''

j' I?. W. CHAPMAN. Prop. sunset or at 'a rate of speed greater Passed thii'iSrd day of,May; A.. D. location road; are on flle'with ESTATEBARGAINS. when you enter your home tM wantG..up.a..ae.att.eo.fort. than eight (8) miles per hour betweenthe 1906.. H. DuBois, County Commissioner at V you can be relieved from those rhea-.
:; aboa..Lats5.ps hour of_lunset. and the hOJlr' of Jupiter, Fla. made also .
n aUea .oath of Par. 8.acb, w th.a ; PV F. H. WHARTONHirestd'ent .. pains by applying Oamla1l1's
Oout arard sex.....tile piwa]"" sunrise. Provided; That 'notwith City'Council. By orderof: the, Boor-l .of County MIAMI ;:FLORIDA Pain Palm. One application win
y lUa u4 wiattr of 80atMnI FtaItutUc.bkimcudOcMklUlmc. above It shall Commissioners In open session at Miami relief Its
if ; standing the provision Attested Jif R. O'Neal, ; give yon and continued ass
sl.M : :
Delray. Florida be unlawful foranr person;or: persons FliL. this the fist day of May A. for a, short dm will bring about a
1.-ti "j, || City Clerk v ,
Deputy
to run or cause to be run any D. 1906: permanent cure. For sale by Bls-,
Approved/thlt 3rd day of May A. A HIM S acre bay front InQreve Ceeswg
such vehlde' conveyance u'above A. K. .Dearborn, cayne Drug;;Co.. and an dronlata.
!A.W Graham described/In-over or upon any' of D., 1906- m Clerk. good house, well act In bearingtrees (

1Coutractol' the streets? avenues or other public I fgJOHN SEWELL, Mayor By W. M. Pope,.deputy. riparian rights. A bargain .
Builder .
and highway within the city limits of the 3 Lets en 14th street between Avenues +

:;" .' Satisfaction city of Miami as. aforesaid at, any C and D. '
r Ottaraateed. i time' at a rate of speed greater than street y .
Let on tth between Avenue
... ....' Is proper reasonable *ven if less
\," ay Let, nuel.uas-fuyoural.hwM. ,..ud postal... I than ten or'ort;eight miles'per .hour- C and B, 11800.',. S ,..... -tern+a
call.>d M* P. ......7t; XwaU'la.
y lot .
House and street between
'r! having due regard to fheruseandtraffic on 10th.
",,'\'- of the highway, ?r so, alto, Avenue B and bay, $2780. Let.1 .

TypeWriter'' endanger the life or limb of any,person us show you this .
| Expert or the safety of any property in ,. Four lots Inj I Riverside, only $350 I I 1id
the of Miami, In ; ;
,CUT' or a reckless each. .. '
:
Repairing--'- manner, showing a disregard.1 or 111a'm.nner h
any way Indicative of a disregard I zk1 25 acres hammock and truck land .. .
'
; J tV. C. PRESTON of the rights of.others'using 30 grapefruit. trees, finest In sent
I
_1304. 9th St. P.O. Box 311' or having the right to use said public Dads, 11 year eld. 200 young trees V
., highways of the. city. of Miami as 11A good house and beautiful grounds on 4,
aforesaid county rock road. $5900 You should ,
EmilA'_ Ehmann ,Sea 7. That\ it shall be unlawful lae. the views at our office. :
for'any person or persons operating 35 acres on j Lemon' City read 10
Architect any, such vehicle or conveyance ai e acres cleared' House and 200 tree.. 'I
above described to' run,-any ,such n Good views of|the bay, for a sheet
}"West Palm Beaoh Florida hide ,,or .conveyance, In turning "I time only $4000G7r.TDYKES- -
street corner or sharp curve, -or --
any; bridge or fill, within the limits'
Merritt & Kolb of the city of Miami at a rate of speed I '
greater than four mites per hour, I

VV:Real Estate, Rentals, etc.CsUtes further: It halt be unlawful, for any | 334 Tenth Street i .
'- such person or persons so running'or :
Managed operating such vehicle or. convey: 1 All kinds BlAcksmtthiiig end Repair,

-ni..V C, near 12th St.. Miami. Fla. ante as above described to tarn any i 1 Work. Wagons Bu'lt to Order I ,
:.J. street'corner<< or sharp curve. or cross .ys ;t+ I The rush la over and waC ye haw

DR. E. M. LAwDENTIST any bridge or fill, or pass ,over any; I; HORSESHOEING; A Specialty. I the Urns drop la and 01 take a loek at
Intersection of or crosrtrg: of pihfr I
any
'. : ; Woolens.
I (our fine line of Dont farj
street within, the Hauls of the city
.2 1>: : of> Miamiwithout' tint'giving full 8R083IER will collect your ..."ta. I ret the place. | ,F

< 1 Finley Building and due notice by use of said born CUFF HOUSE, WHICH WAS DEST CYcD. i JOHN SEWCLLJ I* BRO
,. Work.ThoroughlyExecuted- 'gong or bell or to fan at any: .time -,- I Store your planoa or rarnttture at +
Artistic to haTe sail vehicle conveyance the Miami Futnlture Company's storage Headquarters for smart Tailor 4 +

C-WIth.' Th.. Most Modern AppMano- e'. udder perfect control the same at,a ::< IN'SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE_ 317 and,' 319 Twelfth street ;iU' Twelfth stre< Blscayns Bosh

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Watson Explains His Vote on The .






t I 311! Cent Fare Bill





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luring the session of legislature of 190:!, Hon. Hudson Burr introduced i in the House of Representatives a bill fixing railroad fares at x

__ 7I1iI three: cents per mile in this State The: bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroads] and Telegraphs, where after
hearing evidence and careful consideration, the committee reported the bill back to the house, "That i it do not pass. When the bill
t came up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee moved to indefinitely postpone the bill, as {was the custom for the Chairman -
1; I of any committee to do when the committee's's report was against the passage of the bill. He stated, 'mong other things, that the
railroad Commission was at that very tim ]considerin the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad Commission '
did not wish the legislature to interfere, and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe one thousand mile book which
: was then sold at 125.00 could be sold forJ-'30.00, and further stated that the Committee had reason to believe that if the rate was
f: fixed at three cents per mile.by statute laff1'an effort would.be made to repeal the !law creating the railroad j commission, on the grounds, '
1 ',I that as'the law had fixed the rate! the commISSion would have nothing to do. With this report from ,the I House Committee, who: had ;
made the investigation, and other information( before, me, I took the position that the railroad commissionjwould 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' entitl-
ed to a reasonable interest on their investment, and not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses were, I preferred to leave it
with the people: who did know and who had been elected for that purpose, so voted against the bill. "When" the bill came. up in the Senate
a big majority of the Senators evidently thought as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote o( 18 to 10. Senator Carson of
; Osceola County who,] am sure had as much to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other[man. and whose father-in-law,
Hon. J. M. Bryan was a commissioner at that time, voted against the bill, .and I am sure: he'did so because he thought it should be left
.; to the commission and that he had reasorfto believe the commission was then considering the'question [ In Senate Journal, page 999. "
t. f' Senator Baker of the'aoth district (and arnore( honorable man never lived) gives this explanation of this vcJte: .
."Mr. President:'' My position on such questions as this is a matter of f record and well known to all. I have helped to enact into
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., the responsibility with the commission, and shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill." i
.' As further evidence that my' position was the correct one. we find the rate 'was afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage
books kept at two and one half cents. Ij|!? I1 I1I
ins; ; regret very much to be forced into a newspaper controversy but as some few political agitators and curbstone politicians seem,to
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 promisenot to pay anyJurther attention to them.: '
;:', .. If any,man wants to know my position i i either in, the past or at present upon any public matter, IJ will gladly tell)] him, but I ask
;" '.- them not to take the' statement of my political enemies. jj .
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riI : I Thirty yeare ago at the age of,MTen -| Mr. Dlmicka'scot treasurer. I i to
year Eugene H. Dlmlck.. came to fill of J. F. La-
I ,' GEO.A. WORLEY Dade county and with his parents mood resigned. That same fan fe.
: was elected to the same poatUoa aad
r Candidate' For Representative and relatives, settled at Palm Beach. wu re-elected In 1800. j| '
In 1881 his family removed to North Mr. Dlmlck WU not again a cu4ECarolina
? .' \1 where he attended the com date for office until he was Induced
mon schools near their horn, and by a committee comopsed of the representatives
v where his father died, compelling him of the labor unions aid
t ii to ciTe up further schooling In order others, to become a candidate: for
t fIM'Re \ to f o to work to aid his mother in the county commissioner from the Second
support .of himself and two younger Commissioners' District at the last
WORLCY has never held public office. He has neVer aspired to' sisters. j Democratic Primary la Dade county ,. .
political,position of,honor, though prominent in Democratic politics the His mountain first work road.was driving between team Highlands pfc- and was. elected by a Catering majority.
ever since he became a resident of Dade County'ten years ago, and there Is North Carolina and Wallahalla, For nearly slzten months Mr. Dlmlck -
hot a place.from Stuart to Homestead, where his voice Has not been heard South Carolina. A year( later, his has served as county, commissioner
I advocacy of Democracy and Democratic principals Mr. Worley a mother tiled, and with his[sisters h. bow well he has served and wits
returned to Dade county, where he baa what Interest and fidelity to the trust
,lawyer of,ability;with few equals and no peers. As an, orator he stands preeminently ,. since resided | Imposed is well known la his district
;4 In ,the first,sank of those of our fair.State, and as a man of persistent When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the county and needs '
was first, Incorporated. Eugene H. no encomiums here. Sufflce It to
and dogged tenacities he has no superior. He is affable and agreeableat
Dlmlck elected first that If
was on tie city say elected Clerk of the Circuit
all times; possesses a personality that attracts and |.1ns friends, and council where he served with credit Court the citizens of Dade wttt hare
i 1 which alone would make him a power in Legislative halls. A, better man* to himself and to the community in him an official who will not only
,A little later he was a delegate to be competent and courteous but perform '.
could be found. Miami
not Metropolis
Mr. -
than !
: Worley, the convention at West Palm Beach the duties of the position with
9. .hich declared against the[conventions the fidelity and careful attention that; +
I stem ',;t nominations, and in favor has been a characteristic of his service
or primaries. : In every position of trait he
I In 1898 Governor Bloiharn appointed has ever held jj
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U is the'Quality and It Is the quality and

|the Price that make Everything For The House the, price than 1 make :


Sebur goods ,popular I our goods popular I

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M: Mr. and Mrs. G.'A. Muller lest last
:Most OfflC.' n.85 ft. KING If 'Phon 88 night tor New York and different "pop.
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Any < northern points where they win spend
; the summer. jjrt. jjuUer Is In search
: Undertaker and Embalmer of a much needed rest' and her man; I
ssi friends here hope she win return very
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j.DAJ" 1800 AVENUE D f| much benefited by her trip. I. everybody'."twM IM \+

RESIDENCE 218 7th STREEll! oft drink. All others v.te
*Y Bring the children out to the dancing ,Pop' but they: tfaj| make
school every afternoon. Roth building i -

? Is apt- to be one on which 3 to 5. I

L you wM have to purchase i iA. ( ilerSOllill eru otes SSKJ Mrs. F.V.. Southerner, irlfe of "Casbade"Ginger

Mr. Sonthemer, president of the New i: I
.. York Press Club, who has been the I
guest .0.' Mr. and Mrs. Kemper at ..
A.r :,1 A S. O. Fitts returned from a campaign Get Blue Ribbon"";* Lemon and Vanilla their home on the south side for the I( Ale $If '
tour of the county last night and you Uknow why they have past two months or more, leaves to.
so many frlefjds.V night for her home, much to the regret I I I
WEDDINGGJfT Picture frames made to order., The -" of many friends made here. 1
Racket Store. W. ProJtJ left this morning for --- W. art tile exclusive aettlere Better'qffwltbout
New York on I two. weeks' business Umbrellas repaired and 'recovered. of "Caacada" In thla tMTlUry. "
John P. Nix, of Danla Is In town trip. 1! Leave at Racket Store. There art a I let' of glnfara alas
today and says that if Danla doesn't but nona to 'compare with"Cascada. a smoke than to hale one that
get a barber pretty soon, hell go broke Two furnlsfcei' cottages for rent to Theo Knox went up to OJus tCls ." B. sets you gotCaacada" Is unaaUafa orT.. Not necessary'to ,
November 1. |f/(J. H. Tatum &: Co. | morning from which place he will .and' no wlstlptts pay high prices for cigars la orderto
Don't fall to see Grandmother Hil- "ship a solid car of love apples, com I get them good. Our ten bent cigars
debrand'a Legacy, Monday night, 35c David Browji'.Hot; Peanuts. monly called tomatoes. He will also Mall orders jive special attMttlanAcmeBotillngWotks will size up anywhere as being worth ;
endeavor to car load from double. The Norma Martinez nlckte
and 50c. g;; get a away I I r
Mr. J. B. :IHlnkley. of Danlaspent Hallandale today, both cars to go to cigar should never have been' taae4
Mr, R. E. McDonald, Fulford's prom yesterday in than shaking ands with the Consolidated Fruit Company in with such a small price. The quality
iWe'll be ready for you when inent merchant and business man Is ,his many frie&ds here and returnedto JacksonvilleCome of the tobacco and excellent flavor

fthe-day comes with the right in town today on business. his home Ida1., night -- MIAMI, !LORIDA stamp It as a ten'cent cigar. AH on
"'. to the dancing school tonight. cigars are In PERFECT CONDITIONHAYES
-i-Goods r at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON 'Wanted -1\\0--: ; exchange sew I David Brown.Bnttered:i:' ; Pop Corn. School flourishing. Dance tomorrow Sixth Street Weer of the leo Pastry ,I .

a ing for room and board. Addres'l r- night Roth building. .....r. w
"Sewing," this office. >:--1;; "f

i- I DROSSIER means;; sate Investments Mrs. J. A. McDonald, Mrs. John B. R. L. Mercerx07 m
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Mr. M. R. St. John was a passengeron "''IS'Capt Reilly and little daughter Eleanor left '
E. iZZ Eaton, who bas been .. .
last night's northbound train, golna. last night for New York. They will "
to Fort Lauderdale. absent two weeks or more at his new- be absent about two weeks during Avenue D _
i ly acquired landed possessions at which time they will visit relativesand The CigarI
I Sable! Jib returned home for a We set and
JEWELERS and OPTICIANSto Summer Crates at the 'Rutherford Cape friends In New Haven, Conn. staple FancyGROCERIES fAanOPPOSITE.
short visit
. .> I Boarding House,223, Ninth street They-were joined at St Augustine by: .
Peatcfflca Miami PIer da: J Mr.,McDonald.For HOTEL BISCAYNE
if I Grandmother! Hlldebrand'a Legacy u -
t. I :Mr. Guy L Metcalf, of West 'Palm
Anditorinm.Mohday. May 7. Sam and
Beach is in town today shaking hands Lind "'. la worth the price of Rent Furnlshel house: cool Fresh and Gaa e4.Meats and The Gentler noose win pe open for
courtly everytklng
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: I I six rooms and bath. 219 Tenth St
with his friends.Bring ,
McAllister-Bed the
Mrs E- C. summer at summer rates.Airy grooms
admission-35c, ana BOc. that Is fit for the r table. Year credit is I
1 and fine ]
; ""cr' BROSSIER will collect your rants. oood for one week 'only./ Al parties win eu1a1D"'J
.the children'out to the dancing

ti Dr. Bessy, in charge of the local experimental do not remit promptly shah be cit off-
For Rent sbed house
school
; afternoons from 3. to 5, In
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Real Estate :Ration, returned this without further notlcp.
the Roth Bonding. A NeW Suit Filed on Bonlerard. Address. Box- n.-
'-y I morning from}an extended trip lathe A suit In garnishment and assump- _= ,
I I north, vi si ting;!Washington, Richmond! sit damages $1.6000, Fort Dallas National
,Rentals, InsuranceOfficcjHalchettBfdg. I Mr. W. M. Brown. Miami's prominent and. other cities, during his absence. Bank v,. S. C. Raulerson.Flrst }
To Parents School Soon
f : "I banker and business man, left \i National Bank of Mlaml.garnl8hee.hac; :', will be Out!
this morning for hla home In Titusville" Brown
David Candled Popcorn.; been flied with the clerk of tie circult t.
f i ;to spend the week. ... end. :THE
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r ..Suite,No. 2., 320 1-2. 12th' St. Boat Cocoanut Dock.,sprouts for,"sale. at' Mall II.hall, value f Dr. Skagga.. ,.1 I Shooting Get in the Gallery contest for boys the, $15 at Y talking rtln'. [ Miami'Conservatory of: Music

.Mr.T. V.:Pomar, chief clerk in the: machine. Jt goes to the highest score
if Mr. J.W. Ives, the popular and gent] auditor's office! of the F. E. C. Railway this month. < Will hold aj'apeclal Summer term May 1st to August 1st. In Vieitn,4

; postmaster of Ojns. left last night who .war In the city for severaldays \ Piano, Kindergarten and Prlma; Muale. Call or write fo* particulars -
f ED.MOFfAISDairy ifor his home after spending the day I connected
this week on business Heavy Rock Train and terms. A One opportunity for the young folks jj Practice
here' yesterday' ,looking after' his taxes with i that"oi11ce, hat returned to his Another heavy train.of crushed rock
.. I Pianos supplied free. REGISTER EARLY
etf. ; i the City. for the
K' home In Ancient ballasting road bed of the F.
I E. C,. Railway between this point anj FRANKLIN COLEMAN' BUSH.. Directs, 225 '!'welft.ltreet'
.Laugh'and cry with us tn Grandmother I Come to tie dancing school tonight Jacksonville, came up this morning i

t Lunch HUdebrand'a .Legacy. ,A sensational and enjoy yourself.!. Roth Building from?Rockdale, and will be carried.
...drama In five.acts.. 1IonJar'i from I to 9.j north' tonight -
May 7.. -

.':Everything inducting ,Mr..Eugene'H. Dlmlck. who lea:has.1 extension Mr. R. S.camp; ocke.,No.who 2 Is la In engaged the city at A school for dancing wlU be open L ke Fln link

new eye on the chair where the Clerk of!. for a fe"'i flays. Mrs. Bocke and every afternoon commencing, Monday, '
April 30, from 3 to 5 p. m. for children
: the,Circuit.Court alta and who saysEls .Raymond, leave Monday for Tacoma -
son.
the the and from 7 to 9 for adultsIn
building making whole body will be there soon left "Waskj': to reside In the future. p. m. d
last night! for his home In West Palm the' Roth building on 12th street
cleanest I and neatest din. Beach after spending a busy day here Mr. Bocke Joining; them later A'dance' will be'given every Friday '
night Mra. A. McKenzie, instrnc'tresa #
with
talking the voters.
rowls*.wants to Hat your propart]t M"iie.v
,room in the dty. I
For Bile Sixty) 'acres prairie and In
For Ben(' Three room cottage There are many people who can

AN IDEAL! PLACE fenced.Umber land Apply In 312 AEapaitah Tenth street, entirely" heart:of th' city.. AdJresa Cottage, reed human nature In the lines of the I '
I this om.ce. hand; They_tell to their own satinfaction
!: rOR LADIES -- what kind of carries
a person
Dr. J: M., Jackson went to Branson '"
'i Yr..M.l-fworley, of Cinclnnati.wbobas the band. There are others who can .',
last night to attend his ,
at father's
been pith| Mr and Mrs. W. L. tell a man b1-the war he holds hla I' .. '
"t Connected with saloon toed side, he .,
a having received word -
yesEerday .
.. Kemper foe+!!the past several months, head. There are others who can tell [ '
;'! .. .. vthat, .b1a father .was' seriously leaves tonight lor his Ohio home by the penmanship what kind of a
'3 Buttermilk' 111 and to come at once, which he did, but.'will return again In the, fall to person he is, and In each case there Is between D }
everp'day'at taking with'him his little daughter ana '
.. much, truth. .
"" another
'. spend season .
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; freshments served.. .,'dur-. For Red;, Cottage, 6 rooms. Corner .- can tell a firm by Its advertising? % "
all hours. BROMIIR I meana REAL STATE. : Avenue.: B and 7th street N. B. Study the ads In this paper and yon .'
log will be surprised how true to life they I 'I
.. Kenney, 1S3 7th streetBRo$1It
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.W 1 door east of Arcane D oa 13thstreet Miami,Hardware Co. and the Miami ....... Ute imnatossimMr. than any thing else. You knowthe I .
Front Building Maimt 'Iz. Bottling'Works 12th merchants and Ton can judge bowfar
on street Finder
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will return. to$. Frees, man.boat dock, making W1'011lwe are. Novelty Works
who
dty.: Joe Xlmanles.. la now There are the firms who have been In ,
}-.. his home In Macon, Ga., and whowas business a long time and have a fair
;S. J In the;;.tlty on a visa to his.moth- business at a good profit They are
THE: RACKET STORE er, and brothers, has returned to his satisfied to let things take their course r
TimesUnionDaily Georgia home stopping off for a fewdays Their ad tells that they can be foundat
at Stj Augustine to visit rela the same old place and their goods
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tives. p| are the same as usual so there Is no
tsTht PUCE_ use to change the reading hence their $1500 each .
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Come to the: dancing school tonight ad stands the same all the year and

....,. School flourishing. Roth building, year after year.
w ,aod r 7toL |g There are other firms who make
sensational runs of prices below the
., COlt price and when yon real It yon
Mr. anQ Mrs. J. H. Strunk and family
: look at once for the hook for you knowIt
Sunday Ribbons andLaces who have lived for the pait yearor la a halt because no man can sell ,' 1i! _b. .
more;.Jn the Lummus cottage at goods below coat unless he makes It
.n the corner' of Twelfth street and Avenue '
other
Seven Issues151cts. ." G,. wUl move In a few' days to a up There some Is the way.firm with the' stick
more convenient location on Avenue sentence "We want money'That { k
-f1 Keep this in mind; we save C, near the Baptist church. your advertise and '
..... was a fool thing to -
f Brossier & Son
+ t .' you money. '-- the way It was run showed the firm G.
Hm Allison Marietta was new In the advertising field. It .
Ask any of our customers Baltimore., May 2 Tomatoes $1.50 waa run until everybody wan tired r ,,
to $3.50 ::inkes. $2.50; beans, $1.60 and'the papers did not want to printIt ,
a Week -- to $2.50.tAdvlse. shipments. T. H. any longer. Then that firm madea
fit of front and advertised that
Evans change
We..1 HI hare a sale OB shoes next Atlanta; May 2- Tomatoes $2.75: they would fill any order made to the r f 1200 Ave. DJMiam1Counselors '

week that *ffl Interest you ship 100?Derates dally. Other vegetables catalongue house for 5 cents less thanIt
unchanged. Bell Bros.. could be 'delivered from Chicago
Birmingham, May 2= Beans.cukes. Everybody said It could not be done l ,
but the firm made good their promise
squash active $2 : tomatoes,
pepper ; s
$2 to f Sjjljj Bell ft: Miles.Cincinnati and that Is always the test of value of and Contractors i in Realty
SMITHSBOOKSIOKl WE SELL EVERYTHING advertising. Their ads have been of
May 2 Market n -
AND SELL IT CHEAPER- the kind that It takes very little effort
Changed Jx omatoes $2.50 to 3.50; for the mind of the observant Intelligent -

W., H. Chaile Son beans $2:80, anticipate higher.1! ; Well' reader and buyer to see that : .
\ BrockmaCo.lloaded1car! they are up to date and leading In ,

it '1211 Avenue D, Miami, Fla. .d| for Brockman yesterday their line. COMPANY."We 2 Lots 14th .
MIAMI HARDWARE Street
MIYMl.flV nd hopelo loaj several more In the [ : on
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For Tax Collector ,
THOS. W. 1 1 I rb.. Voter of Dade County:

MIAMI. POIItIcal ; t hcieby announce myself u a candidate
s r : for renomlntfon to the office
aftechsAlcal and I of County Tax Col eto!'. subject to
'Wtamnms.' steel the action of the mocratlc Primary Sale
E Bsw puaplna Announcements ?b loot !hell Mar It. 1906.

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.uoaeameot..eder thlIII .beadle First District j'r l
lie averted 10111 after the Democratic
Pri. ._i. the Daily JUtropoli I Hereby announce myself as a candidate
for$10. i); Weekly. M.tropoli..d.uo.< for the office of county commissioner
IB both the Daily ud Weekly Metrooolii AT
Miami or for $10.00.Poeltlvetly. from the First District of Dale -
Bounty, subject to the decision of tat
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.OtI.ce.e.lwillbe
I....... .el u Bo acco.pai4 by the corals= Democratic primaries. t
cas I Chan W. McPherson.
A Stuart.. Fla

For Representative ij 1 FOR COUNTY.-COMMISSIONER BUDINESJ

Open I to 10 a. | District No. ITo
csndldacy
I hereby announce my Voters of Dade
Open 2 the County:
K for the position of Representativefrom
Open 7 Dade Countyj To yon I submit ;j 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate
r for renomlnatlon to the once
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tae question of my qasllflrstlnni
s Tuesday aftsrne
bf County Commissioner U District
sl Saturday forenoon to represent yon In that capacity. If' sea I. subject to the action of the ai
nominated at the Democratic primary
CoMnTENT' Democratic primary election to boheld .
A election !I: II
and elected at the general
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... Admission 10 shall .devote my best efforts to your: May. 18th. 1XX. ,
eta St. Wet of service and the welfare and,ap-bulld; )i T. A. WIdtl4.t with .renewed. ,interest 'and vigor. ''

Ing of Dade county aha!!! receive my!t I''
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la The Good earnest consideration.Reepectfally. '!. j FOR District COMMISSIONER No. S We add a number of important items to those already-mentioned' ;'

i You t- Will J. W W&ttofL i::1 To the Democratic Voters of Dade I .

.' j I County: I .
1 I take this method" of announcing II ,
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,aay candidacy for the office of county
To the People of Dade County: {! commissioner from District No S, sub I
At the request of friends and with ject to the action of the Democratic 1 20 dozen ladles' gauze vests, taped neck Yard wide I' '

5 a desire to serve yon In the State LegIslatore primary. On- account of twin* ongacej and sleeve; worth anywhere Ii 20 yards to each I
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I myself a candidate .25c.25c ForgetMe$1:
announce
In vegetable crowing It will be Impossible
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for this office subject to the Dem for me to make a personalcanvass ten cents now 4 for-.--, -.1"-' 12 yards Lonsdale
V ocraUc primary to be held In May. 'i' of the county my demanding j I
I respectfully solicit the support' ct my attention just crop at this 2o dozen ladies' gauze vests I Not Bleaching. for__ .._:- .

uttful'artJ the people o: Dade county and U time. This being the case I earnestlyurge worth 15c now 3 for-- -M.
Any Je elected, I will faithfully and Impartially -: all my friends to"Jo what they ,I
ing. In tin, granite discharge the duties of the office, In behalf. R. L. Wall f II Great ofShirts Sacrificed
A nlc.'line of I and will do all in my power for your I'can my I 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests 25c t Line

Lamps, ruga. I best Interest and welfare. ',I trust tc t worth 2oc now 2 for.._.......-1 .- I ,
FOR COUNTY
', Mortment of have the pleasure of meeting the rot;:,. COMMISSIONER i We have a broken'line of Cluet and
for ladles and ,. ers at an early date and discuss all ,; Mr.' Kirk. Mnnroe.of 5th District Cocoanut OroTC 1' Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In Monarch abuts in attached and detached -
la email wars, for public questions and define tally my cuffs. Also coat shirts which
worth
having been unanimously nominated black white, blue and pink :
.... 1017 Avenue position In reference thereto. ;fr1 2\lG we we offer to close In TWO. LOTS,
.. for county commissioner by a man 25 to 35c, now two for_.....II.-- .
recognize the fact that a public .
meeting of cltixens. we hereby announce II I
officela a public trust'',and'should his candidacy subject tae Lot 1. Cluet attached hind
wU One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks .
with I
honor-me vote
/'Wire highly yon appreciate your your confidence and .action Monroe'o.has the been Democratic a resident primary of Dade' Mr. worth thirty-five to seventy-. !! 25c and coat shirts priced 1.50 .$1.20Spedal ;

} win be loyal to, your Interest. g county, for more tban twenty yean five cents your choice for ..." ._ and 2.00, now. !-.- _
Respectfully | which time'he has shows
during an t'
a 0.'L Worley.For unflagging zeal ,in the cause of good Twenty five dozen ladles fine linnene Lot 2. ,Monarch attached and .detachedhemstltched
and M roads and has steadfastly 'promoted cuffs .worth 1.25 *
Ceunty dark' handkerchiefs put up 3 In now ftrT/
every worthy Interest of our' great at .. ..'' I L- i730Miiwuwuua
To the Democrats of Dada County:
county. Therefore we uk forlWratho a box and worth 10 to 15c --- ---_ '-
I take this 'metbod of announcing .1.15c
hearty support of all good dtlseas '
This sale box.--- .
my candidacy for the office Of Count? per t
at the coming primary. .
C. Clerk subject. to the action ot,tha (Signed, W.'J.. Shone.B. Shoe Annoyncement .
t .11. Democratic primary and will appre .- 8. Potter." t 1 '100 lawn and silk baby caps at half price :
cuts: j any support that my friends' V Keith's.Kongderor 3.50() and 4.00wOrth
v.ELECTRICAL caa lire me. .'' Respectfully.ZyT.MerTt.L ff.: Oeo.. Richardson Committee .Lawn and percale. wrappers r 95c.45c r )

'i 1113 A ; 1.50 now___._.:: -- ..-.m We are exclusive agents for this famous shoe 4
II FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. t For style Stand service this line baa no -u f'
n j For County Clerk Second District Lain Klmonas and sacques (j perior and few equals.| JUST RECEIVED ;RIworth "

With full appredaOoa'or tha"Wife To the 1 Voters of Dade County: 75c now a ,new line in all the. late and popular lea.
aoaors asked for and promlalBs faith I hereby announce myself aa a caaJldate I, 1
fuse! performance of datt a U elected.1 for nomination to the office of A
: hare the honor to announce myself f county commissioner la District No. I. 'U. '' -

x'k candidate for the office of Clark of tha subject to the action of the Democrate W. M. Btttdine 316-318 Twelfth St a
Circuit Court of Dad County and ask Primary Election to he held Hay. :

for your TOte la the primary of May 15th.. 1W. .Oea.R, 'Baker. J.., i- .
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FOR, COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,
= &B'I Far'County Clerk" J I| District Ne. 4 L

.'. tab this method of announcing I The Mends of A. Lot Allen' desireo '{ I '

myself as a candidate: for the office I place his name;before the nttrt. TO' Loan Martfs Oyster! and Chop House j"
of Clark of Court for Dade Count?, of Dade County for the office of County Money 1
subject to the &ctIoa'or the Democratic Commissioner object to the action f Food :i
r primary. 1'.-w:..Haha. of the Democratic' primary eloctloa, .. Sea Our Specialty
I'i-iI' ; to be aeU May 15. UOt. ::1

3+ For Clerk of the Circuit- Court f| On Shirt or Long Time '| Oysters by plate quart or JfaJon.Meala ,

To the Democratic:,Voters of Dada FOR,COUNTY COMMISSIONER' served *t all hours 41UtliStreet./ Miaml.-Tlonda. :
District No. f"
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The Mends of 1. I;Holly announce Easy Payments
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i In medicine I.hereby present 'my name to the
him candidate for '
aa a CoatTeo.mlaalour >
voters la the coming Democratic prVmary Before
in whkt u candidate far,dirk of tha: :in District No. : subject Investigate .Investing :
to the action of the Democratic Primary. .
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circuit court for Dade county. t '
3 where you ,Harlac resided sore for twenty-ov* DadoGo.Security: c Go -r I'r
Pow4
yean I Invite Inquiry and larsatlt : Wind: r [ f
not only FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER :
don of those who do not Dow m* per I ,
Second District I
.ooUy.u to my, reputation aa a ctt- I'' Has; been the beat n .
you get' : Friends of William Helm annnnnre BurkhartLOCK adopted by people of the ,10
\ lieD> my nor4 aa.an 0111c:1a11a year*' his candidacy for county commissioner cheapest power for laistojr 0 water._ Note the pIOpletto haw 4.:
ues but ; put and my fitness aa& competent them conW have & '
from the Second district subject to the I they steam gas and hot air too they wanted
for the office to which I aspira.' M I AND GUNSMITH :
get goods courts: action of the Democratic prtnartea.Mr. it. I handle the beat mill made and make. specialty ot this
I fair and
t U elected proml
business and with my pnmp mecbanll that I have been
satisfactory ; ous treatment to every dtlxen at the Helm-fa'successful business Expert Repairing I'' jut
connected with man;' enthusiastic for good:roadt" a granted a patent on.I will guarantee to double the opacity.
hands of every person C between I2th and 13th St. ::1 value and life of wind
Avenue .u.Ui outfit.
well any
have a : the once, .- Sgf first-class civil engineer and Any. -Infringements_ will '
be
Soliciting the support of every voter equipped to fill the office. ,i proaecnted.: .
furnishing!: ...
caadlJaia the
*ho considers me competent and capable myself a for once ot I .
FOR.COUNTY COMMISSIONER constable for da Tenth district nab j' .
and e I am respectfully,\ ,-
.Eugene H. Dimick.1 First District ject to the action of the Democrat.Ic p, H. PERRY ,Cocoanut; ( prove Florida.Dr.Burnharri;;
West Palm Beach. Fla., |I': I 'respectfully announce myself aa Primary election to be hold May ;

a candidate for the oalee'of county 15th. 1906.SAMUEL jl .
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commissioner for the First District ROUNDTREE. I -
For Clerk of the Circuit Court :
the subject to the action of the Democratic
that for
Believing my services
FINE, _primary of May 15. FOR CONSTABLE See
jaat five! years aa Chief Deputy In the
,AND office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Harry. DuBoIL'Jupiter. Tenth District .
Fla., I hereby announce myself aa a candidate .
qualifies me for the position. I herewith
for the oOce of Constable til I-
respectfully announce my caadt1 COMMISSIONER the Tenth Justice District of Dade !
FOR COUNTY
for Clerk of the Circuit Court
subject cy to th approval o: the Democratic Second District county, subject to the Democratic primary The Miami Surgeon and Specialistrl'f
To the .Democratic .Voters of Dad.Cout" and ask the rapport of all my i
I Tel:3.,Co yrimtry. Kj .friends. Respectfully, Disuse
6y o.'ntta>i iV.M I hereby: announce myself as'a candidate lob 1'. DtBtrr). rl'f: yon are a sufferer from any Chronic Ulcers,'Tumors can-
'I cera or any Blood;Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head Throat'
for the office of County Commissioner .
For County Treasurer 'I from the Second District FOR CONSTABLE Lungs Stomach Bowel., Dvepepsialndigesboa, Rectal .'J...
We are Now To the Voters'of Dade County: ''V1 of Dade county subject to the will Tenth District I ; Disease, Female Disease* '
Having been Identified with Dade of the Democratic voters aa expressedat t hereby: announce myself as a can ..
county since 1895; having done-.the the coming primaries. didate for the office of Constable In All Latest Electrical Aids. HomeVihic to Medicines
very best t knew bow aa an individual Paul ,C. Jones Tenth District of Dade eo l1t1. snV
citizen to make it a, prospctrxis West Palm Beach. Fla. ject to the Democratic primary and lemedies
and county; having lived at bofi end ask the support of an my Mends.Respectfully and a large stock of Specially Jpiepared for Special w

of the county and h&Y1q..1I11e4J& FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
public office to that the people mloww / Fifth District W. J. Wilson. II Ladies Maid Always in Attendance

R makes '"whether,I do so conscientiously I hereby announce my candidacy tot -- i iUpstairs
; > I now offer myself aa candidate renomtnatlon to the officeof County FOR MEMBER COUNTY Metropolis Buildinj. From 9a. Jn. to'4 p. m. San. excepted

for the office of County Treasurer Commissioner subject to the actionof' BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo II i r is
subject to the Democratic primary. the Democr&tlcprlmarr., and so- the People of Dade County: ',
I need every vote that I caD get and Iclt' the support of my Democratic. Urgent request for use of my name I
trust that my friends whether lIi the at the coming; Democratic 'Primary

city' or on the day of.the primary,' In return county board of public Instruction.I
for which I psomiseff elected;'-to Cuds me not well equipped either as I i
perform the duties of the office with FOR TAX ASSESSORTo partisan or as office-seeker. But it la': I
aa much courtesy accuracy 4---i the Democratic Voters of Dade true tilt I have had some experience SUCCESSORS TO
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promptness as t give to iny pr1ij.1Ab.llne. County: as an educator; and If. as such the Fife
I, .., Geo. O. Currte. I will be a candidate for re-nomination people want my: service In the modest CHASE BARNEY, Inc.
The bi at the coming Democratic primary but Important omce Indicated. I knowof "

goods'are t For County TreasurerTo 'm for the office of Tax Assessor and respectfully I. no sufficient reason tor refusing 'FRUIT AND Accident r
solicit do'not feel the lure
your support.Geo. this service. I VEGETABLEPACKERS and
the Voters of Dade County: >\
4 dard goods I contend for
O. Butler.. of office and can not
I hereby announce myself aa a candidate '
office but I stand ready to respond
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for renomlnadon to the offle -"
Hartford, end of County Treasurer, subject to.the FOR CONSTABLE to any reasonable request to serve.;I Cash Dealers In TojrnadbInsurance
Coaster Bre action of the Democratic PriBJary Tenth' District1 The rest Is .up to yon..W. ,
I election to be held May lEth. 1904: hereby announce myself as a can- W. Fuca.Miami Crate
,.: wheels.. All I C. H. Ranlersqn. IMate for the omce' ol constable of Ha- April It. ;
Miami. Tie gg the Tenth "Justice District of Dale
Best new county, subject to the will of the Dem- FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Material

For Tax Collector. |w| icratlc voters, at the coming primarrelection. The friends of J. R. Anthony Sr, FIDELITY" BONDS '
231 12fti '
W. H. 1I0rrILFOR candl
I'hereby announce my: >ef u a.caadiiiate hereby: present his name as a -
for the office ot tax collector date for member or the Board of Pub I Picking IUd Wmlioast, L'DEt ,

of Dade county subject to the'action CONSTABLETenth lie Instruction from the second district I East End MLml Blier DocL a'T AGENCY IN MIAMI
Carroll
y of the Democratic prtmarJ.f! District of Dade county, subject to the
y Tlest JBatdeea: I take this me thai -! announcing action of the Democratic primaries!: "
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I I M4YOR'S piiOCL\MUION. l 1 I. SNAKES OF SA


1 A refolutloi; of.-the city counciKot t tTb.. Py1h... Are E....... ..

y Empire Dry ,(foods Store the city of Miami, providing that ue' I|I .. Plo aa* CloD.....

proclamadonJ.b.' the Mayor of ,said-i In the Sarawak Gazette Is an BargaIns
Nen the snakes of that part of
city giving ;Notice of. an election to ,
.I Of the poisonous reptiles It II)
be held In the;; city of Miami on the I I''cobra I!
1s
(Naja tripodlani) a
'I$ Beautiful line of foo/th Tuesdi3! in May. A. D., 190, I snate which raises Its bead to I II

; fl' ame being tbq: 22d day of said month \rben: Irritated, at the same ,1.
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Ladies' Trimmed 'cr the purpose 'of submitting to the pandlnk the hood at either side few done properties (or UK seat 1Odss ,
neck. It\trplts! at intruders and
qualified, ref itered voters of said foHowsj
like a'cat whence it Is I ,
city the question of the Issue, and sale I _
= Hats also ready "ular tedonfc puss;" In some "
of ODe Hanged Thousand Dollars as "tedong mata hart" Tbe on paved street, In fine part of city each.......S475UOB

wear Hats of ($100,000.00)bf city bonds, be spread dong" In Sarawak Is street near Ave., C, a big bargain at ......I...$I5OQ :

to upon the mliiutes of this council and piled to all large,snakes which i h Street, .......... ". ,. 60D0:
\ thai the sam.'be l published for the period ransUer to be poisonous, and, I I w
descriptionCome of to said eleation Malays are but HI, on Third street, 1 rooms fine place, easy "a
every thlriy| u requited d by law. these animals quite .. number Twelfth Street, far ........... ..... ......!...

in and see Be It Besotted by the dty council but harmless forma are' on tth street............ ..... ... .... ..JL.' 94000-
this term. The
,r of the city of: Miami: hamadryad ( '
of gams) Is brown \ I 4
That the following proclamation
1 them the Hon. John Sewell mayor of the bigger but rarer than the tobrL are selling rapidly, but we have a few choice sun

a3 city of Miami, at this, the regular rather shy but e when <<:or left at the following prices: ;Y
meeting of .the dty council of said the cobra. It raises Its \ .I .
the latest city held on'the 19th day of May A. panda the hood before 101
:t All. shapes- -, D.. 1906, which said proclamation 1s food is chiefly other snakes 1 on Twelfth Street...... ..,... .... .....:..,. ..11250

!. the following words and figures. "Less dangerous than these : n Twelfth ,Street:... .... .... ... ..... ..I....11000

g styles and sizes in to-wlt Special: Election$;j| : Proclamation of common are. the vipers species of Is the which green :! other streets....... ;..... ...... ...... i.jL..t7BO. '

Mayor of thi;city of Miami and No- which reaches a length of two Ot" other etreeta......... ...... .......... (....$1oca. e
men's hats both felt ice of the state. more. The bead Is large and I '
To the Voters of the city of Miami like an'ace of spades. l This .
'and the Public at Large: a tree snake and very .Iu water, sewer, light! paving and"street rm Sny will ..

and straw. Also a John S4.el1. mayor of the city "bungarun are of several all be down there In the MxV sixty day*. .,
of Miami In! conformity to Section Bungarus faaclutus, of length I
I 6, of an ordinance passed by the dty four' feet being black with ,
line of council'of the city of :Miami on the rings. It is called the nlar
big genuine 11th day of April. A. D.1906 and signed
([sugar cane Joints) by natives.
F. VWharton, president of the are also sea snakes of :
many
Hats city council/attested by M. R. Kellnm The tall of a sea snake Is : Tatnm A Co.
Panama at
it clerk of saldV.! city and approved the and oarlike." ; .
11th day of May. A. D., 1906 signed "
John Bewel1,\)mayor: and entitled: Sarawak/lias: other snakes:
$3.00 Bargain Prices. pythons there are two
yes 'AS ordinance authorizing the
thon reticnlatns eo
to
of One Hundred Thousand I"u'l grows w
City Bonds jjbf the\City of moos size over twenty feet --
Ladies white lawn State of Florida: Authorizing an Election very fond of pigs, but varies .
for snc& purpole\and providingthe by various animals. Marble &: Stone Co.
\ suits at prices that methOd;if holding .such election children. ..Tbe oil of this snake \ ,
and fnrther,; i& conformity to the cltj by Malays u an | 8. HOOAN STREET. 4ACKSONVI1.1EHeadQuartert ++a
4' cannot be puplicated charter of said city hereby\give notice bruises. The other species of sill\ \ ) for

and the same Is hereby proclaimed Python curtus. Interesting
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V r- in Miami. that a Special Election will 'be held Its flesh tastes like that of Stone, Marble, etch T
In the city Jot Miami State of Flor- least so Dyaks say, and they -'
Also an endless da, 'on, the,=:fourth Tuesday in 'May thorities on snake flesh,'for IC A/VD/ TJLE I WJO RK
D. 1906 ':the -the '22d I number of "
A. same being a Jhe large snakes. -
' oil variety umbrellas day of said'toon h, Tor the purpose'of I !! O RS.. BATH OOMS. MAN rELS. | ,

submitting iq the qualified registered. POINTED ......., General r CesaeUrt Work, ETdj I; 4
q I and voters of the;'City of Miami the ques-'.
a parasols,, Jon of thej.lssne of One Hundred (Some people are simply I j Cu I .c ractmiM \ .I... "-..d.. .. Pr.apt. .Set-rlc

for ladies Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of ural when they are kicking. ...
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: men, the>dty orf lam!. State of Flonda. : a
Do the right thing by all
No person;shall be allowed to vote I ,
'A and children.: friends and 'haven't & '
you ) i
In said election who U not a registered
, voter of thi.city of Miami, and a'res- ,the care- of the apple left \ ,
dent of said city and who shall not People\"Ith real troubles do
. real estate situated the u moth for sympathy as Dallas Lana
own within >
t tpoulble.
and Company-
; The largest Units of salj dty upon which the have their\trttls as IDconapl ;

taxes havejrbeen paid for the yea 'F
< cheapest line: of. 1905 and who shall not/1),) a qualified ; When 'a mesa says that he I : \

__ ,01, .,.. \ ;,,, t: elector In allother respects under, the friend In the town where he _
-. charter of the dty and the ordinances can depend on Jt,that the '

: .. .."... I, \ underwear" !to"""'" ,be', thereof. / gj i : to blame. I on Its lists
Has
3.:. 'The Inspectors and clerk who shaU Don't forget that-.yodr 1 : i
... r ,i;.. -found:in any store; conduct aat /election shall be L u follows measured u critically, all '!I #+

1isrt'' r ,,5 .... ", I" :'..Inspectors.. A., J. Kolb. R. J. u'L the borrowed butter yon 1 I v: \. ,,
:... south of Jackson- fathers, and Chas. A. Mann ; 'Clerk to a neighbor. v' '
p: ..A < ; ; :
.,: : .. : John H. Cheatham. .' 'With' all 'due consideration "
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'.. .. \ : '' <' '''''_' The polls:.Shall be open at 8 odock sober second thought we' : particuTarly'attractioe sites fa, .
,:. : : >1? a "\'IX'I" ,: '. "..t vtlle.rfor "
-. = -' '1/1'/ :"" !; ..' .' ,The(ballot, to,be used'in said election are to mU the mark.":Atcblson Iii"I th residence and business pnr-1
; .. shall !be prepared by the city
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: : dies&
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'P// : : gentlemen sNe council aadtshan be In the follow.. ......... y....,.. ..r,. : An investment in (., ; '
; 1r' '* City" ;
: ing.form: ?For ; Bonds" rand, returns .
,1 Of theyoutbful'havdshlpsl<
"Against City Bonds.: is safe of
sure quid
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James Anthony Fronde a
I'J / 'are"lead quarters for' all 'kinds
i *Ladies and',Gentlemen.. : > \ tor offering to rote at said election to wanted spirit Hmtell bill I;
furnish proof that said elector possesses er, once took him up by the
stirred with his head the mud let
the requisite qualifications aa herein '
defined.. j'!| bottom"of a'stream. Another : REILLY I 'j. INGRAUAM,
Empire Dry 'Goods' Store ,- Said election ibaD be held at the threw, him Into deep water Fit
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make him But Dallas 'Lund Vlce'.Presl.deot Dallas
city haU.laTthe city of MlamL boat to manly. ; I
'327 Twelfth :Street, Miami xe That sali!One Hundred ThousanaDollars'of not satisfied by Inspiring .
MIami::Florida: Land Co" St. Aka3 t1ne.
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-.....- ssnanee of,the same be confirmed by ural be taught his brother
two-thirds of the'voters participating hollow behind the bouse wag .
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+ In. said election 'said voters partld: by a monstrous and

:'A PLUMBING.PROBLEM paling qualified u herein prescribed, tom, to which In the plenitude
shall be issued and sold in the several
. Imagination be gave the name
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Is,simple at .our,shop. Makes no dif amounts atd for. the municipal. purposes nlngre. Gradually the child
U follows, to-wlt: ed that Penlngre was an BusinesS
Ma ference': how Intricate any plumbing ,, Directory
For thefpurpose of constructing began to suspect that other,
Y lob be we caD solve It with'neat- maintaining
may, and n system of sewerage Bnrreirs might be Illusions .
near and dispatch. If It want *o we or for otherwise promoting the healthof "
the City;to the amount of Thirty '
wouldn't, nave the lone list of.;'food
Thousand 'Dollars. ($30,000.00). to be The Hits Lbavd .f .r. Buyer and thoee within the city will find In the
dtixens we work 'for as reference! called and :known as Sewer Bonds. The curious little animals I low the addresses of Miami Merchants under

,Don't'worry over plumbing'problems.But For the purpose of openlng.wldenlng. flying lizards (Draco voians) j j I classified hods for ready t.ference..---1- I
and their :
found In
Java
submit them to us. Work..U excellent and pav1D';; lIe streets and sidewalks
ant' prices 10w-: of the dtyto the amount of .Twenty pearance Is supposed to have I J

Thousand. Dollars ($20,000) to' be origin of the dragon'of the ADV a C0. ... B. ICRaYEI\I f
caned anti'.bon u Street Improvement eastern Imsgtnatlon. The
I DeaJer m Drugs. Paeol Malt. y.
+ H. SCRUMS, .S catil Bonds; an ordinary lizard but II and Vegetables
v "J-tt folds of extensible skin Toilet .A.rUcI.. stet oc
t For the purpose of erecting a public Ave D. 1iILm1 J'I& el1as + -.
spread out by the long ri&s "
Arena) bonding to!be constructed of Miami I 1m Averse D. I lOud., P-.
the animal to glide through tae Ba1. GraJa '
rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand -
Dollari.:(120,000). to be called and tree to tree In pursuit of the l'ertDJJer MRS Eo c.. BECK.
j' which It preys. When lying '
known City Building Bonds.For ttlte
1Ij, the mottled surface of.a Real .
the of? &.VhV'> >|atalnlng I LUMMU
R'ITTY'BROTHER$ "' purpose t.m an excellent example of Snits J. 4. aced F
andequipping] a Fire Depart.mnt .
to the amount of Fifteen.Thous semblance," u It la most t : ... Grata 82012 Twelfth street I Ktaml.1'I&.
unless It 4
seen moves.
and DOUar$15,000). to be called and J'wtDIIera. WILSON a HUDLlITON, '

known as Fir Department Bonds. Reeu ID tato
> eel tpantnes
He made s_ 11Dami J'Ia.
Machine For the'purpose of oPwnc. co*
Shop '
strutting and malntalng public parka A story which Is shows told-of patient the : 120 1-1 Twel&l _..._ 1 Yfaal. g. d
and promenades located within the way GROCERY co.
To an official there came the t A. L\CAMPBEtI
dty limit-; the amount of Fifteen '
i Thousand Collars $15,000), to be called from an outlying station: Ba1.aai DM1ee fa Dey 00 I. a6

I Agents, for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene and known as Park and Promenade muter has died.' Shall I fag Gent'',..,.:......,... .

n ana kerosene: .engine repairing a SPECIALTY Bonds.Said bonds W$ shall be Issued 'te five" flea The master reply war but sent please: Tea make; at. M1&asl J'Ia. m Avenue L. \I I, inaml. Fan

v' hi really dead before lOG do,
different series to-wlt: The Sewer

General Repair Work Bonds, numbered from one to thirty due"Have time buried back station came the DIVORCE In* the 2d day of. the 'Booth and a
Inclusive;"Street Improvement BondsIn .
the1
rule day thereof te year 19M.
sure be was dead by hitting
; ',, series numbered from to '
a one It further that this order t.
STREET MIAMI. Seventh U ordered
K SOft SEVENTH FLORIDA City,Building Bonds on the bead with a fish plat Court of.me
inclusive
twenty ;
1'I0rlJ& In and for be published in the Miami Metropolis ,
In, a series-. ,i from- .one. to twenty- Inclusive war perfect assurance that a newspaper published! tae'C1t, of
; Fire Department bonds in a 1 been no premature burial. )Miami Dade County.) Florida. wee
.- series.froDJ one to fifteen Indnslve; i
each week for eight consecutive
Complainant .
... .
7 Park and Promenade Bonds te a series A Btea'ef weeks. |I', J '
W J. Brown from one to fifteen inclusive. Said Be-I called to see yon last '
Defendant It Is further ordered;that a copy of
he-Tes? He-Tea the
bonds shal be Issued In denomination
: Taylor, Defendant III this order be posted at the CourtHouse ..
Thousand Dollars each and me you wen not In. Sue -
of One .
styled cause: door In tbe County of Dade.Done
thrll bear-lnlensot at the rat of five so sorry to have missed the amdaYlt' of and ordered pursuant to law
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thought must be. I I I
per tender f annum and shall mature yon in loch complainant III the at Miami Florida Dade County this ,
laughing upstairs grief
'Sanitaryr7 and become. payable thirty years tones that I almost wept ,. caUIe that you are list day of January At| D., 1906.
d'ate be the State of FlorIla' A. K. Dearborn. Clerk.
from the f thereof. and shall sympathy. hereaboutl. ,residence \
sold at nOL/less than their par value.'Wltnees'itny complaJ- By W. 1t.!Pose, D. C., -
Plumber band and the seal ol Ta. a.._.. are to G. A.-Worley. I ti
Teacher-You've been a
the city this 19th day of April A D. and pursuant to tht Solicitor for Complainant.
1906. ft boy for the last day or two, of Florida It Is here-
I haven't seen fighting
you
.|f John Sewell. other boys or romping in the you to are the hereby bill fled re- I you want fertlllzerf, consult' J. E. ;.

Mayor of the City of Miami room. Bobble-Te I got the Lummus, agent for the old reliable
1019 Ave. D, Miami Attest:.=M. R.Kenan. neck.-Cleveland I-eader. : April above the cause same on be- Bradley goods. F'
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-: in the, south to select from. 'lot i@l lifJrm t '.: .;; ';, ':'- I ( i.' figures; so you may i figureWe .

can fit 99 men out ,of f' r 9 \ your, own discounts at sale
every 1 100 We have suits f $ s Value any of, rice J yJ
for the small man;' The tall )Just think of getting Suits orth $10 at$6
.' man;.'The_ "re ManThe; Suits worth 12.50 at. ..... .... ....7.50
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4 stout.:: man.' It matters not Suits worth 15.00 at..... ........9.oo m
with us whether he wears rw Suits worth 23.00 at........:.....12.00
a 32 coat 'or forty-six coat. Suits worth 25.00 at...t.. ..,.... .15.09,
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.: $10,000Worth _of f 4Iotbii1gi.lo be closed f, at this Great.. t Sale "

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mBntl. s. ;20 l1h.off all clot 5+
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This stock of clothing* is strictly up-to-date in both
cloth and style., Wee all the new things in steel and' ( .
t Oyster Greys, English''Suitings, Tropical Worsteds,
'4 -- Serges and English cricket cloth. Come and see' them!
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4., ) LIk1000\ pair men's' p.ants* 300 boys suits to be 1 '9 500 boys pants to be sold {
c 1 =to be sold 7 sold.! We have these .. In this stock you will,finddesirable ,
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: We have them in every clotif; made, suits in the new ; -1 goods for boys'
from'the cheap washable cotton and flannel and worsted '1 pants, linen, blue serges,'
'Linen Goods to the finest Worsted. Cheviots and Worsteds.i' .
suitings at $2. to $6. f \i -
Also have a big line of fine gray andwhite ,
.' flannel for drefs : I Price, 33c to $1.50
pants wean '.
25 per cent off 25 off
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40% off on all bargain counter f goods per
20 per cent off.QI1 all stock goods ..on all boys clothing EXTRA SEATED RANTS on all Boys, Pants'
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y. i You will also find great bargains on 6ur bargain counter in shoes, shirts and ha s. Goods marked down to half price

Just come and take a look, we do opt wp ask you to, buy. Do not delay but come today, as these suits fill not stay.

+L We expect*to put a new suit on nearly. every* man and boy in this' city brfore Saturday May the 5th,. 1906
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SEGONDSECTION. 4 ; PAGES 9 to 12

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R.4PID TRANSIT I -CONVENTION


Hundreds of Delegates Representing

( I NEW 'YORK Fraternity Gathered In Portland.
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VOTE FOR
't.. Portland, Me. May 3- Hundreds Oi JAS. FJAUDON
'it.1 Delegates representing chapters of the
:OC" Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity in *H
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APPEAL parts of the United States are assembled -
OF
COURT
DECISION OF
1/ here to attend the national convention "

I ?r .MAKE MANY IMPROVEMENT of the fraternlty.whlch opened I Jj FOR CLERK
here formally this morning.
_*ki POSSIBLE GENEROUS DONATIONS The convention was called to this I { i. :

TO RELIEF FUND city at the invitation of the Bowdoln r '
si Chapter of Bowdoin College, which .
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. has made the most elaborate preparations t : : '
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"r the Falmouth Hotel but the first business ". -
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New York May 4.-The decision of I :
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1'iSJ. session of the convention was ." .
the Court of Appeals upholding the 1 hE:': i-'i conies. In the afternoonthe .
-validity of the law.lodging the fran"chlce 1 .
_ delegates, will go to Brunswick .

:. ',. mate, power dears with the the way Board for many of Est 1mprovements. -j and win be visit served Bowjoln to them College.at the college.Lunch I 'Have you ever gone' to the Clerk's office under its present .', e+

!, Including rapid .transit. The delegates will return this evening .
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',,The new subways, especially. have to attend the big convention ball -I management and requested a notation to 1 t made on the mar- 1:
decision of
:been made to awaijt the Tomorrow morning another business
'the court of last. resort. New list session will be held. In the afternoon I gin of.a. mortgage of a satisfaction which could be done lawfully }
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:the possible adverse decision has (he visitors will take a sail among ._ ; .

i': been construction put out of of the thnew way, the subways work of, evening the Islands the of annual Casco banquet Bay and will in the be I and been told you would have! to go to some Abstract C

:i. thereby adding t'o the means of transportation served., The convention will dose on s
and have it drawn < Yf
end a -Company then.filed ? Have : T '
;. of passengers from one Saturday with two business meetings. up, I you ever re- .,:
/of ,the island to the other Is expected Mr. Hamilton W. Maine the presidentof '

: to go speedily and steadily forward. the fraternity will preside at all I quested the clerk's certificate regarding the correctness of any .. .
jf .W: are apt too to have an independ.ent the meetings. An interesting featureof .
:;.' telephone line,' as a poniGle adverse the convention will be the public I, paper? If yon have you will remember how well you succeeded .
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,:- decision of the Court of Appeal literary exercises: to be held this eve-

';."'was the only thing that ,was waited ning at Kot&chmar Hall. : That comes. of electing men to office to serve your i interest '
or' before the company *ss ta be The program will inclnJe an orationby had!!I I Y -

Authorized to ,go ,ahead. The publics Hamilton W. arable the president sere ,
who-after
the office make
him and '
getting who is
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eager to have many things of pnbif of the fraternity and a poem by Arlo .. you :
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tie utility; done at the expense of the Catet professor of English Massachusetts : -r
.tJbe
".Vtax-payers: and la paying hut,little at Institute of Technology, a J4 financially interested in abstract companies. If you should : .- / : '

",v tentlon tothe rapidly growlcg! debt It noted son of Maine. This meeting willIe i
; ;' Is calculated that,. if expenditure on the only part of the convention elect me to the, office of Clerk I promise you that I will AL :
f "new measure of great utiHfj! to be cpen to the general public. ... .
w sure but etlll 0 Very costly-are to goon WAYS have in mind that I should be YOUR SERVANT and : "
atthe rate they.have attilnej for.IH ; .

I-. '% few:years;past... Mayor JlcCUUan, OFFICIAL COUNIY I put there by YOU t. attend YOUR business.# I am not seekI {
.hen-he goes out of once, will leave ;: :

, $Behind'oooo0ooo him of the city enormous debt, a';amount:load that of DEMOCRATIC CALL : ing the office which was CREATFD by the; present CHIEF. : b

:many a II&Uon'm1&ht sanflder at, and I ; .

c' 'which. Indeed Is not far from the DEPUTY but the.office; that "was create by the PEOPLE ; ; .,.' ,

amount the great United States owe. I I '
A'meetlng of the Dade County Democratic '
But the, fever of improvement has Executive Committee was held i ,long before; that |"Voluble Citizen" came ,to this county. ':

tJ seized upon the peop.1eofNlw"J'orJr: at Miami, Fla.,, on the 14th Jay of .. t ;
,, City and they will keep pecctD(*way March, 1906 pursuant :o adjournment l m. t. Vote for X JAS. F. JAUDON ..
.t, until they get what the7''an. The The following call for, a primary .- .... ,. .
"Board of Estimate has now become election was adopted towit: I: g'i.{! ., ., .. / ,. ",
:'the.most powerful body under the city Notice is hereby giv.-n that then : : '
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authority over the Rapid- Tranilt- Commission tlon held In the several elections Elea f' i ,' .: .. : .
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.1>, .1. Itself. .. .< tricts of Dade',county :
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J May 15th 1906. and if necessary oaJune712
l' h Everybody has given IOmethtn .1n1| 1906, for the nomination of I t Pt

4 Jtome way or other..to, the relief rnnds,air Democratic ,candidates State'and g. .
rrXor San Francisco, millionaires planking County,'to be voted for by the Democratic .'
,',: = down a hundred thousand at a electors at the general election ; -,
i'ltlme., and children the -pennies and to be.held November. 1906. t .
'dimes.- The moet tqpcnlng Instance and to be appointed by the Democratic "

1.'that has been.. made public. -is.that.. of. .* Governor of the State between the .
,;j ,Brooklyn litUe Sunday school girl date ,of holding such primary: election "
t: ;who attended.a meeting'.at which a and the holding of the primary McRae, T. 1tJ Raygood and I. B. ty Democratic Committee, 'on or before -
collection was* taken up.. When the election A. D. 1908. I Taylor.: Clerk: H.- B.' Hodges.. Pol the 26th day of April. A. D.1906. Hawking. t
i iF.: plate was passed she dropped '%.&5 Ju The following officer are to be DomInated tog place, school house. The Democratic County Executive J. B. B. I. LaeseterJ.. E. Lummue
.1 the basket, That's have" eh* at said primary election',toe Precinct No. Inspectors: J.,. I. Committee shall meet on MondayJIay
:'l; ;;paid ..poloredC4nthen the told wit' :: '.' Hardy D. Cassel and J. W. Piirct. 11. 1906 at the County Court House The Miami .Grocery Co. }
'richer father.-and asked him sit she did .1 Representative in Congress, Second Clerk: J. M|!! UmsteaJ. Polling. pUce;., In Miami Florida and publicly canvass r
i-right, he Just reached out.'folded her Congressional District. Rouse's stori. the returns and declare what
la arms'and kissed her In silence. 2 Justices of'the Supreme Court Precinct No. Inspectors: W. .' ., candidates are nominated by a majorIty Staple and Fancy.Groceries
S It is seedless to say she loon' had 2'Railroad Commissioners. Marshall, Ed.: T.. King and Heavy vote for each county omce and la FRUITSand I
another $2.65.fit '1 Member ot the House of :Represen Bryan. Clerk:1 R. A. Bryan. PoUlatf what, cases a second primary will I VEGETABLES : .
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: :* ,. e tatives. 'I place: jStrapahaa's/ store. have to be held. ,
for Our stock ol groceries is complete and we think we can supply : p
Court
Clerk of
well 1 Circuit u.plre.l .
Kg Mew York as at other parts Precinct .No. Inspectors J. B. W. A. Flier
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term. everything) required in the baking line. !' Our aim i4 fi to keep :r
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!if will feel the effects
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f the country, Wofford J.FWIves and J. A. Harp. Chairman. class
I 1 County Alleuor'of Taxea. only the best of groceries and oar prices on them will be
dfaf Francisco's big fire loss mostQwrobaUy Clerk ft.
Saa JZ
: GUasoa Poling place,:
more than I nany other way.KThe 1',Tax Collector. school houtt.. : Attest: Geo. P. Bull, found to be fight. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
1 County Treasurer. Secretary. city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always fresh Give as a call
lost
have ,
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insurance"compsnlee :
C County Commissioners, Precinct :>fo. 9 -IupectonPa1l1I, I' I
Kfrach aa Immense sun by the flreIS .
Matthews, Fornell and J. I. Pet
.1 Members of Board of Pah- tf
that followed the quaking of the earth lie Instruction.: County ers. Clerk:,-J.- A., Danghtry. Polling. Is the Moon Inhabited Telepho..; 20 335 Twelfth Street. Miami FloridaArmstrong's

l&that they feel that they should recoup '1 Supervisor of <,Registration.I .. place. school 1 house. : t : I -

Kihemselves.' So they have already InENteated Member of the Dads County Democratic Precinct No": Inspectors: T. L. Science has proven that the moon I .
that they will raise the rates Executive Committee for Precincts Townley. H?; Date Miner and 8. L. i has an atmosphere, which makes life .
Rto much larger' figures in New York ,Nos. 14 and 7. respectively., Patterson. KClerk: R. B. McLendon. In,some form possible on that satellitebut t
Ktfty, and Indeed. In the congested} porLlpons ,1 Justice of the Peace and 1 Constable Polling plate. Fair, building. ... not for human beings who have a -

of an other cities., They dontPfthlnk la, such districts at have va Precinct Ida" Inspectors: B ,JL hard enough time on this earth of ours .
the"ret'' enough money; and cannel Potter Andrew Hardee' and Jackson especially those who dont know that I t
tjpthey do think that their. receipts 1 Fish and came Waraea. Peacock. Clerk: J. W. GaUaway. Electric Bitters core headache biliousness '

ffsaould bear a better comparison toiftheir The, governing, said 'primary Polling pac4 4 Shone's old store. malaria,, chills andfever. Jaundice Meat Market -

payments for Insurance. such election shall be*the lame u those Precinct No., Inspectors: I .T. dyspepsia, dizziness, torpid liver
fc-events; u the creat'earthquke.. They adopted by the Democratic ExecutiveCommitteeat Stephen W. J. Daugherty. A. T. kidney complalnts. eneral debility and
E'-have to count la. the enormous josses' their meeting held la DuvaL Clerk: Thoa. Mitchell. female weaknesses 'TJneqnaleJ. a I IS THE PLACE I '
Polling
Kta the on the Pacific Coast to detjtermlne st
city
Jacksonville on February 24, 1906, for place Tweed en's HalL persons and especially for the aged. It
what rates runs be made toP governing. State Primaries so far u Precinct ;No. induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed Why pay enormous prices for fresh meats when you t
Inspectors
gather enough ressnr&js to enablo the same shall be applicable to the Gos Wm. Henry by all druggists, Price only SOc. can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS
man, Anderson and J. Costells
|4 them to pay their vay.i They havefito County Primary. Those 'and only Clerk for much less money at Armstrong's Meat Market:
H. A. Proctor.
average both sides of the problem.: ': those persons shall be permitted to become : Polling ,
place school house Caught Cold While Hunting a BurglarMr.
p8uca disaster.. baPPI11.1 comes very'' candidates before or vote at. or
Phone
h seldom, but It baa to be reckoned with I participate In the management of said Preciactfjto. laspectors: WjL 161. Corner Avenue D end 1.1' Street

Rby, the insurance companies Aa the primary election.who declare their adherence Scott R. BJackwelJer! and J. J'. :Saxon Wm. Thoa Lanorgaa provincial: \

||$tendings burn down by the hundreds, to the principles and organization Clerk:;!. :R. Horn. Polling place, constable at Chapleau. Ontario says: ,
-,c14. Insurance companies must gather of the Democratic Partynatlon- Saxon'a atOfe.Precinct"Nor. i 1 caught a severe cold while hunting .
r y,ta,money by the thousands In order' al. State and county who art by the IS-Inspectors: If. A. a burglar in the forest swamp last
.that those who based their security i laws .of the State lawful electors of )Marshall S ] M. Alsabrook and A.C. fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough
pBspon the promises of ths I1II'r"Dce''' the election districts la which they Frost Clerk: :R. C. Staale,. POD- Remedy. I tried It, and after using Y Youngs'
EJbompaniea may not be disappointed. ': effer to vote, who have paid their poll Ing place,' school house. two small bottles I was completely Pharmacy

pThe rising 0: San Francisco must ofPJLecetsity taxes legally due not lest than tea The voting shall be by ballot OB cured." This remedy is Intended et-
elevate the insurance rates days before said primary elecUon. nd peclally for coughs and colds It will!
tickets furnished the
by Statt and
fcj&a every direction., who shall when challenged by aa elector loosen and relieve a, severe :cold la I .
County Executive Committees, at I
PEIli- .. pledge in 'writing upon oath,. before and less time than by any other treatment .eonouuD.
the dost of.inch elections, the Inspectors -
'The earthquake has workel an 1m- any Inspector to abide,117,a4 and clerk shall proceed to and Is a favorite wherever its ..-.per
fsprovement for New York aa'well as support the result of such prtmaryand the vote la accordance with canvass the I lor excellence has become known. For A Drug Store for The PeopleThat's

..for San Francisco As the latter will support,the nominees thereof. State lawlad than at'once forward I sale by Biscayne Drug Company and
The polls shall be opened and closed .aU druggists. **
||abolish its Chinatown so New York, the ret1lrn,'to the Chairman of the 1
P.wffl-sweep its nuisance away.A park) at hours the several election districts at the County Executive Committee. our motto, and it has been the means of adding bun. 1
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fixed
| -win drive the Chinese from scattered their'' The following by the general named electionlaw. persons ""The assessments to be paid by tat NOTICE OF CHANGEand 'dreds of ne r customers to our list. We sell only the purest -
K&aunts. and they will be
various candidates shall be u follows of election precincts
Rover the city while the Authorities are hereby appointed. Inspectors and re-numbering drugs. !All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma ''
clerks for the several election districts : p| Election District No. 15
R will look sharp to detect any tendency' .. cists. We also the finest sodas and ice cream t1n the
: Representative .........| SI.OO carry ; city
K to concentrate the Chinese habitations,' Precinct No Inspectors: N. H. Clerk of Circuit, Court ........ 150.00
Kta any one locality. New Tort has noK Parks, ,H. E. Stypmana and B. O. Tax Assesior .............. 75.00 Bounded on the north by the north .
.Chinese cellars a hundred feet deep' Ban. Clerk: CUrd Schroeder. Polling Tax Collector :............. 75.00 line of sections 13, '14. 15, 16. 17 and Doors North of Postoffice I J

KM. San Francisco Is said to have had, place. Ball's store.' I County Treasurer ... ....... 75.00 18, of township .fl'ty (50) south raart .
but she has a bad. very bad commnatfftT forty-two (42). east and on the east
Precinct Nor Inspectors: Frank County Commissioner ........ 10.00
of Chinamen' who have all the baa Bowen, P. Kitchen and E. C. Miner. !Member Board Public Instrue. 10.M by the Atlantic ocean; on the south W. E. Youngs Pres .
Mvblis that ,characterize Chinamen Clerk:' James Hepburn. Polling place Justice of:the Peace ........ 5.00 ,by the south line of sections 7. S, t.i I ,
Rover an.theworld..The new park will school house. Constable$.................. 1.00 i 10. 11, and 12. of township fiftyone
Hdear up Pen and Doyen: street, and Precinct No. Inspectors: Frank County Fist and Game Warden 5.00 ; (51), south, range forty-two (42) east I .
.win let,daylight In on, all Chinatown Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Cosgrove. Supervlsorfot Registration. 5.00!;I Iud on the west by the western boundary I E. A. Robinson
KM that the Chinamen will no,longer Clerk: T. J. iCampbelL.PoII All can<<'*tea are required to file a I of the county. The voting placeof ,1
Bbe segregated, but will become a per lag place, old engine house., written applicationto have his name said district to be at Dania. I
Hgsonalitv, and the authorities can web Precinct No. Inspectors:' Jesse appear npoa the official ballot on the Done and ordered In. open session Co ;
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him detail, ,and'-w3 have means of J. L. held March 6. 1906. tracting Electrician
k,Dougherty; Garnett and F..W. I blanks furnished by the committee I
K.catching the right Chinaman, as he Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence.. Polling accompanied with the fees above set I A. K. Dearborn, .
B will not be innxnmded anj protected ,place! Porter's Packing Houe.- forth wlth:Ceo. P. Bull. of OJus. Fit.1 I Clerk Board County Com. 101 : D
.f.\ve. Miami
By>y,'active colleague.v. "Precinct_No.I Inspectors. : T. 'M. ,SecreUryfjmj: < Treasurer. of .the,Coun. L t. By: W. XL Pope Deputy. Florida4

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST |LINT OF SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches and ,


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20 dozen -
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The, First National. Bankat If Town Topics !, WELLS & GRAVES

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X... !. the Suit*'of Florida. -***- .
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RESOURCES

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Loan :
X77 ad d.>ICOIIeta-- illinerg'Department
Overdraft....,.red and aewec.r d...._____ m.C15 Was Splendid Address Returned to Port
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U.S. Bonds to ecra circulation.Preanaau ._.,_-___.__._..__ bu0-.00 00 The address delivered at the Fair The Orion in command of Capt..j
on C.S. H ad I
Boad,.ec.nt H, etc. ..._- ..._._.r____..._.__.. :r.. .'/OBa..a. buIUIng,jesterday afternoon,by 111'1.Helen .fames Pine, and having aboard her t'e.ignerl' the latest Spring*tyle; hats ;
.bonne NatiaBal,farnttvreaad Banks(loot 5.m.menre agearDM .__ 7.000.tDdu.froe. 3,5S.10: ( C&ates, was highly Interesting owner. Capt. W. H. Gregg, the note 1 in silk. dark straw and light
.....__. ._. 1I.T34.1I and Instrtictlve to the number of weight materials. I
from State Banks and Bankers.-? : ladled ed authority on fishing, returned to I
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Checks Doe from and approved ut.....cash rwrr.turns agents_.....-_... lLe7e U present The lecture was finely port yesterday from an extended'
Banks .______ .._.._ 801.00 Ulustrat d. I .
Note of other Xatioaal cruise down the east and west eoas "
I Fractional.wfBl monet paper reserve carrencr.la Bank., Bickle_. *aad__...j.BedeaiptioB .___ 3XUI33,0g .0i(O -' : :.i Ladies Tailoring,Depart nent

of circalatioB fund-with,'..,..U.....S.__Truiwrer_____(fire per__cent___ x.oo.oo Want. / Clean cotton ran 'at tolaoffice. I Wanted Clean cotton rags at this*
ToUl..._______3 kV7.Wl.44Capital fUJRe office.; For street carriage and evening coitnmj'

LIABILITIES j) serrlcei at the First M. waists, tailor gown and coats .

Surplus mock fund_paid_._IB..._ .. _i_-,:.,_,_.._., S!7.000.00 1.00( (0,00pf E. CnOfch tonight. The There Plug was Blew something Out ; doing in the I 232 Twelfth' Street, Miami .1' b.
t Undivided profits leu eipeaie and>taze paid__ 6.0K6.34, *5? waterline yesterday afternoon on 14thstreet
:atioaal Rank Notes t.taa4ialf,.__....._ 50,0.QO(( Six Municipal Offender .
Due to State Banks and Baaken__ 4.T44.21 I But sli defendants appeared In the i': For several days a force of<
cbec".1'3 0e6 Oi have I
been
ladiTUual depoalu subject W men installing water me
_.__ I7.4il.Jl Municipal.1 Court this morning. Three .
Demand Cerificatea_.._of_lIepoalt.__.__. *.83 ten on' that thoroughfare, and while I "
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> "cCertified... check > I were charged with being drunk ands I
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Cathier1*checks onutaadinr *->!4.5 f3'&AA5.OS .. finishing up the work by making a
.,, three with disorderly conduct. Fines '
TotaL.-----. -T. -f..i r-TT-n- tSO .fi.44 new conection a plug was blown out
ranging! :>:from $3 to $5 were assessed' I'
State Florida.County of Dade.a.: > ; The water shot high up In the alt : J T
+ .'. I,Edward C.Rorafh, Cashier of the above named bank. with cost the total fines amounting;]and In a few minutes the street was Special Values
i the best 2.Brosek':!
4o olemnlr wear/hit the above statement *use to .
o< mj knowledge lad belief. I flooded. In order to stop It the whole
EDWARD C. ROMFH':Cathler } supply In that port of the city had :q
wants to Hat your property : to be shut off for several minutes.
"6 Cornet attest: U.SHAXAHAX.EDWIN A..W1DDELL' RJI;t'i! !k The trouble was remedied the sew
11'.B. sriTZER. Directors.Subscribed Anything[ you want done sidewalks, 'ers relieved .the street of water and I For this week at The ,
and worn tn before me twelfth Tday of sewerage, landscape gardening roads made everything all right.
April.1_. Frederick H.Band,3r.!>,otarJ.Pal>lic.h built lands cleaned. See Fred Butter:
) covmiukra expire Sept*.11)?.' lIlamL|| i
i'f. "t'Funer..of Suffered Five Years with Kidney! Mi mi Clothing 'Co's Store
Mrs. Schmerl and. Liver Trouble"I
The ;funeral of the late Mrs. W. M.I
SchmeH! who died yesterday afternoon
ft after JMlingerlnj illness with heart I suffered for five with kidney ''
years
trouble wlll be held this afternoon I 'A'largi ,assortment of men' linen coats and : s
RV&V'V i o'clock, the services being at the and pains liver across trouble the which back and caused a blindIng severe rest s worth $2 50 at .. .. . . . ....... et1' .0'0

J. Catholic, Church by Rev. Father Gaft-J I headacne. I bad dyspepsia and Fine b e serge odd coats, worth four dollars

ney and the Interment being' the 1 was so constipated that, I could .not .5Oat ... . . .. .. .... .............\. S'3.00.
city ewnetery by Undertaker H. M.'bSing. move my bowel without a cathartic. aid "
I. RfO I was cured by" Chamberlain's Eton Tan Vey mixture wool crash suit. single
S ach and Liver Tablets and nave been and ouble\ ltre.sted models. worth $10 at. .., et7.0'0
,'" Broei1e, want to Ittt your property well now for six months" says Mr
-,b"'e' t I Arthur S. Strickland of Chattanooga A fell odd summer suits, to close them out
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V} u 'V }If ,$10 REWARD i TellFor sale by Biscayne Drug. a ,. .. . ..t S,.OO .
Co. and all druggists. _
1.1 Lost Pearl handle Smith Jb Wesson Light nd dark
Chamberlain's Salve Is good for
revolver; 3! cal, 3 I.! Inch barreL any toI400 at. ,5$1 0
disease of the skin. It allay tae
4 Return to this office and receive
\ feward" Itching' and burning sensation instantly. Fine back suits. well tailored, The kind that f.

Carries a*'many passengers: climbs more bills: goes just as ., .,1>f, .' For sale by. Biscayne Drag CJo. won tad: good $14 value at....... ..,..:... .... ":$1 ?
f fait; use:less gasoline and tire: is safer and: more easily "I' and all druggistsNOTICE. I Iwith t
Acted'-'dly In Church
FiDt weave blue suits. Venetian lined,
controlled luxurious and comfortable and costs serge et
5 ; just a* ,
Durlnj( the revival services at the 1'3
lea for repair ,than many cart that sell for double or treble : First Methodist Church last night the oft e very latest cut worth $15.00 at.-.t.""

'r .its,prig ;:, :: Send=. for,the REO book that tells,.why;' revivalists, Mr. and Mrs. HarrllwereI A larg assortment or .'

.,:, I I considerably disturbed by a drunkenman In the County Judge's Court of Dads "Worltedl and cassimeresSbOto$1250.S.SMiami :
.y who persisted In making remarks -County, Florida. litb1 .f
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;M i of approval to what was being said. -
I An oOcer was sent for, but beforehe j
Miami Automobile Co. In re the Estate of John Sanders f
arrived the man left. Afterwardshe 'J. ---11
late of said county deceased. '
was arrested on the charge of disorderly

.13th. Street,"near Postoffice. ;- conduct, giving his name as I. 'l Clothing I Co1366Avenue .:
Frank.Readdr. This'morning he appeared Notice Is hereby given that on 11011t -

a; is a defendant, in the municipal |t day, the 15th day of October. A. D., .
courtf. lead and was assessed '
guilty 1906, I will present to the Honorable I D Florida
. a flna-'O. $5 and,costs. and In default Miami
A. E. Heyser. County'Judge of said
of of same went to JalL.
patent I county my final account, and all .
Great Reduction' Miami vouchers of the estate of John Sanders I .
I Transfer Company offers for late of said county deceased d
-f sale 60._road, saddle, coach;heavy draft 1 and at the same time make full and "
1 and farm horses. Harness, carriages, final settlement with a full report of r Are' Ybjj Taking '
;- new lad second handed at;;batpIu. all my. action and doings with relation ,
In Gents Sumter''ciothIng' and ShoesV. Beforfjshipping horses for*the' sum to,laid estate, and at the lam Chances .
mer;;.e wilt offer for sale as fine a time I will ask for a final discharge asadministrator \
Une of;, horses as ever cam. to the of said estate.Emory "' r'
.: and Ladies Skirts GOING AT C'OST. State>of Florida- at reasonable pri Spradllng. your life bf riding la a'rickety -

eel. SApply: at stable or write to J.It. Administrator1 o. the estate of John carriage. Life Is too sweet
Hanley, General Manager Miami ilala .. Sanders deceased. _

City ,Loan Office, .Opp.' P.- ; .6. ,. a]j!tIe Man I,I I G.' JU'Worley Attorney, for' Administrator. to risk losing sum 'you II wh.ilf can hive r.a your.reasonable 'w

: "Thrt.man Is but a bOy large grown"is I<' '
afact demonstrated In business 11-e j i' EXPERT PUBLIC.ACCOUNTANT carriage repaired at.

evert lay, and parents who encour1ae I I j, ANY, BUSINESS i '
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V the natural tendencies, build the
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man > Little David Brown Is an examplktof -
'V'S -g '[ FRED. E. RANKIN 423 Eleventh Strut ,
the. business tendencies In, Miami, Ha stt
''I BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE FLA. i '.
boys .AU.wlnter' he helped :In the I' ..
store:/bf the Miami Hardware Co,
t afterTftchool hours and saved his sal .
ary.IS When Mr: Griffin went to New r LeMomliI/ I '. ,
'I1- Yorlctilay 1. iltle, David bought his I
popcorn and peanut wagon., paying I .\ Miami Transfer :k
.'..: dow i what"money he could raise and Healer .
t f the.balance.. bk paid by' the month. :I H I
Each'day he can be found at his-wagon | ==='CURfS.f
i|. the Blscayne Hot veranda, Company
v.I,: selling peanuts and popcorn demonstrating '' Inflamation, Cuts Bruises. Born
the fact that cleanliness and Chapped Skin Roughness. Black. ,
attention. to business lead to,. success. 4 heads Pimple and Eczema. Keeps 22 12th street, Phone No. 157 and 1121'Avenn t D, Phone'UO
n, f#: j Complexion: soft smooth and fresh Garage and Stables 11th street, near Are E, Phone No. 100

Typewriting done at the MetropoUioffice
at reasonable,'rates.- Price 25c Horses
I Carriages and
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, '" 'rBROSSIER" means ..r. IftYeftlMlItII I Sold by Biscayne Drug Companyr 1
I Au tomobiles
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< i for hire by the hour. dar week or month. Automobile *tc
: .$2.50 .$2:50and t.1 # 1 age, repair and supplies. Agent for the famous FORD au
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
: for moving; heavy freight. Omnibus meet every train. Bag- '

and ;,. j# 1-6rocery r BargainsTONIGHT gije transferred., ALL order receive PROMPT Attention.

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: $3.00Beside, :V ,$3.00'1 .. I P0 FIRST Horse ",

1;;' f" i r I:1 CLASS.I ... Shoeing

i ,: ;"D DISEASED HOOfS S E. .

' r I I ;putter, regular price ,35c..27c, :'LH P. LaPoutlse 7d8 7th St
; this patent Gibson tie we have models of soft ;
Mack kid and Zuni metal,. in variety of $shapes and designs I California1 Peaches, 30c . 20c J :

.tbey.are here in all shapes and leathers at 2.50 and 3.00; I: ;
4 Ibs. Whole Grain RIce. 25c
I ; . ., Dade
1.4. I : Co. Title Insurance

I |7 cakes Octagon Soap . . .25cf
I II and Trust Company

I I |Laundry 'Starch; reg. 1 Oc.. . .05c OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED "t:

;, I Paid$12.000c
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I J Insures land titles!, prepares abstracts titles,loans and: I<,
I Magnolia Grocery Company invests money on its own account and for other* Act as .
agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee assignee! executor receiver
'1 Telephone 84. Corner tfceniie D and 4th Street. I I or guardian. Address all communications to "{

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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS'FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1906 PAGE ELaVU'

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i Washington's Birthday February: 2:,I ; For Count RepresentativeVote
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'HtY SUNG 1 STUD f United San Italy Maria was Capua proclilijed Vetere.wbere Twenty j jUNOFFICIAf for one. Florida I East Coast Railway; ,

,years later he came to New York. The J. U'. WATSON.GEORGE .

NATIONAL HYMN 1 the composer career was 0: a originally lawyer intended architect tom or I PRIMARY BALLOT A. WORLEY.. ; Local Time 0 CardSOirrnBOU.NDREAC No. 66 In Effect April 16, lf 6. '

-.[I soUier, but Els lore for the violin and i
j music in general was so great that : DOWN ,NORTE.BOUND-READ CPt t
i t For Clerk of Circuit Court ,
he 'selected music cs his profession ",' j ,
EVENT I land studied under Antonio Sahatore. 1 I FOR -THE INSTRUCTION OF ELEC- I Vote for one. N.,1se.. 21 ITATIOSS "..71OU -u.09ii;.s
WILL TAKE. PLACE AT,i concert master of La Scala. to prepare j I $*$ I ) 0.117 Daily C
i '
EUGENE
"= TONIGHT ,'himself for admission to the Conserv- TORS IN THE DADE COUNTY H. DIMICK. I 0'p1D .2Oa1D Ly Jeek"DTm. Ar Slpm I Scam
WALDORF-ASTORIA I 1 term" II NID ".j 'uutajackIonrub Ly f ipm 1
with % .. .
Salvatore a 4s so pleased .
I atory.
f 10 Aam Anvu.Ua.15m 7
:AND WILL BE SUNG BY ;his work that he presented the boy PRIMARY ELECtlOri MAY 15i S. O. FITTS f tJplD JVID 1I1..m. .. 1 ,_,..,_t.ButIDor-.__" I""mI / 19aaasS .
.HYMN I .. .f
/On ID 11 .ID ::....? ?? EutPaluta--"".'- 520 pm /
[ witha valuable violin In 1SS7 Gl-i } F. W. HAHN. i3plD 12 Om i Ar r..tlt.. ,.. .. .. L, 1SSpm '
;; (CHORUS OF CHILDREN I r acom entered the Conservatory In Milan -I I'l\ >II' I f Wpm 11 lOam_ Lv..1...__. '__. r.l.tlt.... ....-Ar 9l5 IDI S Seam
| Dvorak became his teacher tru ... _...Li I
and ? A :
t. 'I of I' In order. that the Dade County elec JAMES F. JAVDOX. I _,.vm lbsm Lr ....,.. ran a, .y __ .. '! 9 r'pmI r
violinplajing ". ; ...... ::. ... ....
become I 3"" lisipm Lr" 1> -_.. : L : .
ore may with the 9 I: 12 h ____ ,.......,.., a
pm 13115
Z. T. MERRITT.For
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After having completed his studies ........ ___ btpm
I 4I>vm \:- : t 1
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form of
i;J Kew. York May 3- A new Ameri- the young violinist came to New York and arrangement' the names '100"2rm j l3pm D.r "oaPortQrenpe. I SSps. 1 IesS1018pm
lot'! candidates ._ 1atpm 110aS
can national hymn adapted to the here he made his first public appearance -'I the various u they will County Treasurer m 2 apm O.4 Do Ar ._, ?,'" 5tara._..._....._...._" I12pm ./I
|iW rda of "My Country 'Tis of Thee," at a Campanlni concert at the [appear o: the official ballot to he votes .,Vote for one.GEORGE. lOam 14im 'j- ._Lake itr t n tLy I Wpm pa !a112wm

;.by.Its composer'Prot.: Glacomo Qulnao Lenox Lyceum. He toured the United In the May primary;we have prepared 4SSpm OOpm Arf.t L..... .._...OrtDIf.l'I'J_Orar.'IJ Junetl._..._...._.,_..-.l.. 114.12&iiu'pm SSOPS 1 y110am [
with the Boston
States and Canada an unofficial ballot' will be found G. I IJpm m Lv' Crwimvrns. Awl 4.pm 4USaa
and sung by a chorus of children CURR1E .
Quintette Club and later with Mme. I h _. __._ 2 15'*
Oak HIII
the feature of -musical '.hich j: Hastrelter. of the MetropolitanOpera :below. H| 11 IlI0vm 61 ID IIII'm aip.i Ar. ..._........., .. Ttr'urnte.? .,_._...... M t QIIII wpm S ea
Helene
of...Qulntano' given at the' Wal- Since Ien.he has In signifying your choice for any 'C. H. RAULERSONFor IlL 60pm Ar _..-.,"Fan JorI._._ ','L r akm i'b6P'sapm
Company. ... .
.dorf-Actorla last The melody I1I1"'m L.r.-----uanSrd.- lAr 9 SOp. n ii1Dm
night candidate the vote should rememberthat -
frequently appeared at various Import- I L, _T tu..UI. At12i1am 28;,'1D
of the hymn as composed by the pro- plD .. .... ... .,., _. Mir
and occasions. His new national hymnIs a cross mark];must be made be- Tax Collector. IIII'm ..r. ? C' )2Ipi 2V.m )
|,:feasor 'Is said to be worth of the Vote'for one. 12 Ham IlI&plD "ekE ire .. .M. 1'rpm al.smIOsam
dedicated to the American people. fore the candidate's'1 name, or the 22p1D "r---E-'t,Jail.. 124p m tram
on
words the national anthem. __ F
jsrtlrrlng o. w M 1131.. 4 5Opm f i_ _a.aibnurn._. _" 1217". t'' am
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This was ,te first time that hji left hand side 1 it; the cross U made T. K. GAUTIER. S SWm 510pm rob O.sttu_ .. II 11:0I. l2 La
1s.m I 00p1D I_ rSt. Lw-ti_ 1\1 Seem U us.I ,
|composition. has been publicly per on the, right hacijslde the vote will .. ....
S 0ISam I lipm --.J'O.I; 1ero 10 tam I1 S pmC
Order a cue of soft drinks delivered ..+ ? ;
formed. 'I not count for the'office which this T. J, rfARDEE. IOaID I r."m +- _.._Tbh&1I1.__.__.._" 10 ram 15 Wpm
,( The Qulntacj a or snipped to you by the Miami Bott- In a85.m. S4ipm "-1--___ .den. -__.". I') u.a it 1Spa r
composer ;Prof.
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Is made. lot rn 548pm J"1Wn. 1OUsm ilnepma
error |
i violin Tlrtnoco. He 'W'3.I' born on .Ung Works, MfglL, Miami, Fla. tfHon. |j, Slam S Spm -Stuart-. 101D 1 Sepm,
For Tax Assessor. f ..... .. !
Any marks on the ballot IOtIID :t' 'm" Hob .D. 91i.m 2.patam
appearing __ t I..... 145p m ,
/ IOplD u'rtJupfar
Vote for
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(other than the Across: ) for Indentlfi- one.GEORGE II.5aID l LSpm .. _._t.:M I aim ne.rll- 91415 fops ..
J. W., Watson' A Candidate mutilation i I/yam latplD : IInfD'C'ltt? ___.". f f. :551* Olpa3 a
I cation or win Invalidate O. BUTLER I Scam /SOpm T+elag! ---.-. e lam S
UO I [same and the inspectors of election 145am 11.W 91upm 9 t:PIII _____Fort...._ Lsn1a'.a""' _rtlal.- .__. _. __ "" 1 f Scam Irw Spa Sops ( 1

Qualified By Years of Experience',!will not count theballot;; :: For County Commtuloner 7Oeam f t'.m 10 fIIoplD Rpm "" .__.1.t:-,1I.0.1al-"n{'ItJ._,__.____"" ,7cam qam tppm lips
"> The ballot as prepared U u follows: District No. 1 7 Sam l01Dpm A.. ....._.. _)l'.ml' .__LY 1 a;. a Ospm
1 00aDI
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u Vote for one.HARRY. 1010am Air..m,

f Among the most important offices to be filled i in the approaching UNOFFICIAL BALLOT DUBOIS. rest Par!<.rC...eo'tmlov A! ant l9 nolf..1 SI..,..a f Car,0"tratns 95 and 1a.I .
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DaIlJ eseepUw>< q. -
"irtmary and election will, be that of Representative to the State Leg. Democratic: Primary"ts Election held CHAS. W McPHERSON. I I .. -,...'I N..t/lN1.201 I ':k.....
1.42N1.211N..11
I ture.-' It 'is,an office' that should be occupied by a man: possessing May 15, 1906, Precinct No. Dado 1114 Ddll ...n.,..n N.TPOIT ...,C... ti I"let.'

than the average ability} of a clerk, business man, or professional I,County Florida.tg Make a cross (X) For County Commissioner 'I... Dsn, au E4. llell, Dilly i l... Dally DI'', Daily r .o.... 4
.U mark before the name of the candidateof District No. 2. 0. '
your choice. S3? a 1bOOa ..... .. t t 'E
Vote for Sop ,4. II lOOp .JaeboDTt1Ar 1.14011 1701
/ Such a man should 'possess the highest'personality possible, for one.GEORGE 1MI' III.'P 11_ totpllO-.J"----.".tbJukanvW.-LvI68xI9ka 1212 112p 9121
; ";" 1010p 72ip '!IOpp tri. "_ 020.t :0 lto 5101
inch depends upon the appearance, conduct and ability cf'making and For' Representative In Congress B. BAKER. seam f2PPII$.p., 215p 104 .1"--AC...ne 1\II_.. 51'.', 1r..12U I" lam/ }o
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1010 I 1I0.Ar.3rl.n..rl .__.Ly boil f1Otl1200tt I I
retaining friends. He'libould be a nan well versed in parliamentary Vote for One. Pf -

j.lay'and rules,and should. be fully acquainted in a general manner with FRA."m'ciWut.. WILLIAM HEIM. PENINSOJLK AND] OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COXXECTlOIiS ,IT .$II-

conditions that will arise and confront him during his term ot office, or '- '
PAUL C;JONES. CUM CMMCtkM .... It MteBl wit! St..I,. tl the P. *'0. S. S. Ctmfaj l.
1 the,time that the >Legislature is in session, and above all he should be For Justice!"Supreme Court ,

;a man clearly conscious of his.duties, who will accept and treat the Vote for two. & Havana and Key I

ffice as a trust not his but of the people. He should be a man above For County Commlisloner Westj
District No. 3.
eproach.; and one that will do his'duty as he sees and,believes it at I THOMASJL. CLARKS Vote for one. two{ Sailings Each

-1[any and all times .' Trafau Discharge, PuNG..rs at Ship's SU "

l 'Honorable,J.,, W. Watson has profited by experience that greatteachera. I CHAS..B.it'ARKHILL R.. L. WALL., n.laleTabI.t tfrow tile UXM U vhlek tJitoi Biay lie axtwetad toarrtr at s>4<... .
.\ and made most e.- III'atraral tutlouubat to n.'"
representative 'from Osceola county a i J.' B. W>#..iTFIELD. T. A. Wl=",FIELD. _II WaOoapallJ 10 lie UI4 sap" atb NWrimytoiasysonlpaaecsssz1 agf'ws s.. 1
[creditable record as a' public servant and a Florida .lawmaker. He has I"
For LOCAL TIMECARD btforatira
Copy or Otber _
.f| been successful in business and by which we must judge as much ast : For Railroad i CommissionerVote For otjtbo "
County Commissioner TICKET AGENT *
any theiqualificatiot1.,,hit ability to serve the people. I for twa & District No. 4. "SEE THE : |

; "resident of Dade county but two years Mr. Watson has shown an Vote for one.' J. a RAHNER. Xsut. aenT Paw.,AgU. 5T. AUGUSTINE Pik"
THOS. J; APPLEYARD., l' Y
;interest in Its welfare ,and 'progress such as few other men have. He k4
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;'has proven himself a good,citizen:and in every manner fitted to-do ED 'B. BAILEY. A. LEE ALLEN., '

!'honor and justice to the'trust.he seeks,:and if chosen the Metropolis J. J. HOLLY,; W'm.1 Curry's Sons

t'feels certain that his,duty,will be,well.done;:Miami Metropolis March .NBWTOSJA.",., BLITCH. ,

: 13th, 1906.. R. HUDSON ,BURR For County Commissioner
District No. 5. 1 Key West. FloridaHEADQUARTERS :r
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:,., ': Vote, for one. FOR .

'1.. "- '. KIRK MUNROE.E. Ship Chandlery Building
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,< .. m 1 ,

Railroad G. TWEEDELL. Materials Of All Kinds! ,.
Watson Voted Against i Reducing i Pare '

i.fit Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways Machine ShoplrForgii a
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: t : For Member County School Board 1
Fi'om'4-to.3- Cents First District '11 kinds ot repai i ing, Boiler and Steam Fitting can' oe done'attlu

'", per Mle'; ;1 J-gr Vote for one. shortest notice,- in the. best possible manner by expert-skilled >.mechanic. .

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. --. HERBERT A. PENNOCK.For


: .tThe record' of -Florida's' ,representatives, the House, 1901,, on R. tludson Burr's bill l Member County School Board M| J. Yarborough.!- .

r'ngthe:railway passenger rates 'at three,cents a,mile! and,.how,each: representative voted Second District. ,
Vote for one. BUilder .
I
Contractor and
'o this important measvre. '- ". *' ':
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J. R. ANTHONY, SB. ':. .
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... ,., ;, do'tel'
.- '; ; Builder of the Palm Beach r 5
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For Member County School Board
: HOUSE JOURNAL 1901. Third District.Vote' House Moving a Specialty .'

S| By Mr,. Burr.,of Dade: '. .' I.f I. for one. R

,!f House bill'No. I Miami Florida ti
4 50 ,> : : W, W:: FAR1S. ,

O A'bil| to be entitled"an a t'tofix_ : the fare for passengers on' all railroad trains in thisstate {

'at three:cents per: mile,and to provide penalties for:its,violation.?, jj I| For for Supervisor one. of, RegistrationVote ; i rpr

'.1 Was read the first time; by-its title and referred to the Committee'' on Railroadsand: t

.' J. -C: BURTESHAW.
jf Contractors Owners
Telegraphs.; | AND Property
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,I House Journal, 901, page;76. : CHARLES GEIGER
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,\''' Committee reported unfavorably on H. B. Np, 50. Page 216 For Fish anjl Game Warden If Vou don't want' to SAVE MONEY ,

House Bill No.. 50. .was taken up and read a second time in.full I'' Vote for one, we]can't help you. If you do, ,come to "

Mr. Davidson of,Gadsden moved to indefinitely postpone the bill i W. N. HULL.

The,roll being called,''the vote' was: For Constable. The J. A. McDonald Co.and .-

YEAS:-.J., 'W... Watson (Speaker of the House), Messrs.- Butord, Clark (t'*L.), Close, Davidson,- Tenth District

+Davis, Doden Fulton,' ndryMc\rlffin.: Palmer (W. L.), Parrish;of Manatee, ft'i| aney, Russell Sledge .Vote for one.JOHN .
buy Jour building material Long Leaf
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"Smith, Sp rkn all--16 i- F...DEBERRY.

NAYS-Messrs- Anderson, Broward, Burr Chambers, Crawford, Duckwbtth, ,Godfrey, Gornto, 'Yellow Pine and Cypress of all Hods .
**$J W. H. MORRIS.
ggs, Grist, Gunn,""il'opkin; Hunter,-,Jackson, Johnson, Jones.iMcElroj.McRae, of Pasco McRae of We also sell 1 Urn Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, SJsh Doors

'itnam.. 'Osteen Parrish of Holmes Ranlerson. Rivers of Columbia Thomas,.What l. Williamson, Wilson, SAMUEL ROU TRND EE. ,Mouldings and whatever else a builder requires'
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e.-29. -, M W. J.: WILSON. | at lowest possible figure: I }
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.+ So the.motion to'ind fi itely.pottponewa not'agreed to. Nu --- -Is tht- Moon Inhabited- --- You Know there we are 14th Street. Mial ti. Florida'

:= Mr. Burr moved that the,rules, be waived and that. House: Bill 50. be read a thirdme -J -- -, | J ,-, ?-,-;
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and put,upon its e. if. Science has proven that the moon '
bat an atmosphere, which makes life
&:. Which was:agreed: ;to by a two-thirds vote || In some form possible on that satellite Lofton, & Einig -

f: .;.' And House: bill N,o. 50 was read a third,time in full |!f but not for human beings, who have a .
( hard enough time on this earth of ours
,. "; Upon all of,the roll the vote was: especially those who dont know that ;
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Electric Bitters cure headache biliousness
,. YEAS-Messrs. Anderson. Broward, BrownBurr, Chambers, Crawford, GodfreyGriggsGrant, Gunn, I malaria, chills andfever. jaundice I Machine Shop :N
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>11"Hunter Jackson.lohnson..lones- McElroy, McRae of Pasco, McRae ot Putnam Oteen, Parish of Holmes, dyspepsia dizziness torpid liver,
: kidney complalnts, eneral debility and, Across The Rivers
ff Raulerson, ,Ri, n'of.Ala.; ua,' Rivers of Columbia, Sledge, Thoma'", Whaley J Williamson, Wilson andnjVolfe.29 female weaknesses. Unequaled as 'a I
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i general tonic and appetizer for weak ,
| Will short otice.
r engine
persons and especially for the aged. It I repair your on i
,7CAYS-J. W.Watson, (Speaker of the House), Messrs. Amos, .Buford, Clarke Close, Davidson, Induces sound sleep. Fully guaranteed Ii

Davis, Lowden Fulton. .Hopkins McGriffin_ Palmer, Parris of 'Manatee, Ran V Russell, Smith Spark- by'all druggists. Price only 5Oc.I' r Expert 1 Gas Engine Men. We caQ'Ydynarrlos.

1man.-1. ** : Devil's 'sllnd'Tortur, coils, plugs, batteries, wire,

So the-bill passed title as stated I ; I / screws I, switchesLofton. '. '
f; -r: Is no worse than the terrible case|o.' ] r

;fj And House Bill No.' 50 was ordered certified to the Senate. Page 433 Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
I was advised to ,apply Bucklen'i Arnica

f Senate Journal ,,r 1901_ ;:;:., '.-, ; 'r" : .,' 'I' manently Salve cured, and me less, writes than L-a box S.....Nap-per &

pler;of Ruggles. Ky. Heals all wounds( Einig

burns and,sores like magic. 25 centsat .
t -; 0; all drcs's
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PAGE'TWELVE THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY, MAY 4. 19C6QUESTIONS :
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necessity for protection from cold, anJ
.car ; ANSWERED \ theft Is thus a saving of about 1300 !

. an are which is the cost of shedding i

farther north. There are ten to twelve ;

thousand plants to the acre, ADd the. Bank of Bay
formation of Interest to the Prospective Settler J I fruit; brings In the neighborhood of Biscayne

Concerning, Miami and Othe Southern I|.froti. .50 cents a dozen for Bed Spanish .I
toi5 cents a piece for Porto locos I
Portion of Dade County.So Tnfefpercentage of plants fruiting de .
pen
l In their culture, some growers \

haviiig succeeded In securing fruit .

many Inquiries are directed to iences of civilization, as electric lights, from 90 per cent. of the plants In their I I

the Metropolis by prospective settlers water works, ....nce.tele1l1lOnl_ aye- plnedesLands Capital 27300. Surplus 350000. Deposits over $200,000.00 :;

er home seekers concerning condltloni tem, ree mall dellvery.three newspapers may be purchased from IS or

existing In this part of the country, two national banks, one State $llO,in aCl'lup, depending on proximity I J

and the burden of correspondence en- bank, etc It baa miles or beaatirar Jjb roads and shipping point Good .

Uiled.thereby has become so heavy; street of native white atone It la i lands on rock road within I miles of i

that we have attempted In the following practically the terminus of the Florida i.Miami may be had for WO an acre and Statement at the close of business, "FebrUary
article to summarize inch Information East Coast Railway, for though an extension sometimes less than that sum for land

a. Is most Important, and to of the road baa recently been 'no( \immediately on a.road. The same 23, 1906, as repotted to the State Comptroller

answer'the questions most frequently built penetrating the farming lands quality of land farther away from

asked. It Is hoped by this means that forty-fiTe miles south, this la merelya tmUportatlon' facilities can, of course,

w -a sample copy of the paper, of which feeder to the commerce- of this city. be purchased for less The land la uapromisina -I I ,

hundreds ire sent out, will. In most Here are located the steamship docks : In appearance to those aa .

t cues. serve the purpose Intended better of the P O. Steamship 1 Company, cuitomeJ to the deep, rich soils of ResourcesLoans f
than a personal tter. Specific in whose lines are operated to Key Westto other States, being rocky and sand ,

formation may be obtained by writingto Havana and to Nassau Immense yet{remits can be obtained: from it ; . . . . 159,851.1,
other firms wharves, etc., are being projected, to fawn! ecess of the returns realized Estateowned..I: :
of the real utate or Real
any . . : . . I7.53l.9l
,advertisements appear In this keep pace with the vastly increased front the more fertile sections of the ,
f whose'aDd'the best way to become familiar maritime business that must follow on coebtry.1 Fertilizer must be used bat Furniture and fixture,. . . .' .. . . 3,115.25

paper; with local conditions, progress the deepening of the harbor, work on th!'Returns more than Justify the enpeitdltnre Current expenses ... . .. .. . 1261.83
I which Is sow actually progressing An Involved
" + industries ana current happening, .
Gash
4 while contemplating removing to this I appropriation of 1300,000.has been secured riope: of energy and Industry are AccountU.

section, Is through reading the Dally from the government for bar heartily welcomed, and the country's S. Bonds .'.. . . ; . . .2,200.00 .
Metropolis, the former bor Improvements, and the Florida development being practically Just be-
; of or the which Weekly will be sent to any addressat East,Coast Railroad is also pledged to guIi gunjtbere.is: room for all to reap the Due from Banks. ... . . . 58,379.50 '}

the ,rate of $5.00' a year, |US for expend a like amount Tons, 1600,000 benefits which must ensue u the re- Cash In Vault . . . . . 39942.29

three:months. ; the "Weekly a large is now being used for this purpose andit iu't'cf such CeY810pment..Caplta1 finds Total available cash. . .. . . . I 100.521.2 ,1Ili

(.page paper-belng'malled for $1.60 I i 1s a moral certainty that farther appropriations iiefs rt moet profitable Investment, while' i it 282,281.91 Ii 11i

.' will be secured until the labor is in demand and well paid People '
a year ,_ .labilities
r THE CITY OF MIAMI harbor is In a condition commensurate ;Cf moderate means who come here J

with'"Its importance from ,a.commercial and.buy a small tracjt of land, make a
Sprang out of the wlUeraeae nine geographical and strategical modest home, set out fruit trees, and Capital Stock. . ... . . . . . 27300.00

rears ago;'the railroad baring reachedthis standpoint Importance recognized while' waiting for these to come Into Surplus . . J. . . . . !._ . 3,500.00
this
point i.t.prl115.' 1816 Prior to by public men at thetnatonal capital, beitfng, engage in trucking are a>- Dividends not called for . . . . . 140.00

:time use store, whose' Made was 'prtnidpally few- and by all who will study the location wajrs without exception, ,successful Earnings accounts. ; . . . . i 1,433.81
and ,*
j Indiana,
with-the
out' precar-' of this port and Its relation to insular An families, eking a .
scattered livelihood by wrecking and the and South American commerce, to In Bother part nf the .country, white Cashier's checks :. . . . : . . 994. F
floss; say nothing of the vast trade that the, :!matic condition .
i ? render out-doorwore Bank '
sunufacere of coontle starch ,wereOn ., . . 9,854.38
must spring Into existence the
only 'widener of elvillxatlon.' On t completion of the Panama upon canal. with the possible health every benefits day in of the such year an Certificates of .. . .: .::., . .. .'. 15,732.68

July '21,1$96. J.Uam1. was lacorporatfclM !A glance at ,the map wlU show the op"!n-alr" life thrown la At 'the same Individual deposit.. .. . . . . : 198,326.86.
a city, furnishing perupi"the only t most casual observer the tlni I
x possibilitiesthe k. people who are enjoying health $282,281,1'The
toll
la which a
Instance on record '
future holds for the Magic
City tn4(moderate success In their present I
edged city came Into existence without ,
ab .:Ielbad better where j ,
SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES
stay they are.
retubes
first haying been a town nr.U"r should reasons State that a' bank shall keep 20 per cert.of .
There be weighty to Influence -
registered raters art required Miami has one of the best publicschools Its cash
4 deposits In ] or with reserve banks. This bank, as
State anyone to make a move of such
In the embracing boththe
be' .
.entitle community to called ,
to any will be seen by the above statement has 40
of
common and high school courses. Importance People who have made over per cent I'Its
a city, leas than that number:const-- failures elsewhere deposits available cash. No bank
In the makesa
like state
The buildings are large and well ventilated are not ) ;
held
tprfee
toting a town of At Incorporation a-Meeting three and there is a competent corps very successful here. Intelligence and rv.tter showing, or Is f condition to serve Its deposlto_ rs t
: purpose
and' one-half months after' the.first of teachers; Catholic, convent, second industry are aa essential ta good fortune 11'11'a r i

train reached Miami. au>votes wen to none to the State; ,II in full here as in any other part of the .
operation, giving Instructions to'lothsexea globe t 1
'es. TS phsMsaeaal growth of uu
early period has been ,sustained There are also private schools, fait is desired to'engage in:general I I .tt
and farming. in the raising of wheat, com ,
throughout the e&ht'! yean of the city's a musical conservatory, art school, I
? educational ort'bats, peaches, apples, crape..OI' ',- "
x history. so that, every need may ,t. 1J
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KTO be supplied 'There: are about thirty other products of the temperate zone l--- jI 1
POPULATION flourishing schools In ,Oae' county one must cut his lot some hundreds of
Miami has at present a resident population r Every religions denomination la rep miles to the north, and accept the cold i
of between 6,000 and 7.000' In that r la of the I I
resented,> an3 the following have part Legacy of lands '
the winter months this popa1atJoA'II handsome church buildings:, Presbyterlan where these things can be grown

augmented ,by,the' addition of thousand ; Episcopalian: 'Catholic. U.'11. Neither is this a stock raising The Fort Dallas National Bailk.-t
COUIItrr'l .
of visitors, mostly of the wealth- Church, M. E.Church, 'South, 'and Th"ie.1I a "no fence law,"
left classes who: come to enjoy?:the Baptist.. great' boon to the settler! of limited I

: Ideal.climate and,the finest fishing,in SOILS AND PRODUCTSThe means, and there ia very ,little lire
I '
,f the. world. To accommodate, these principal industry' m'rnls' section stock in the country On the otherba4d t 6774:
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.fie visitors there are numerous ,hotels 'lathe growing of fruits'aaj'winter if it Is desired to engage In the

4* ant boarding houses principal among vegetables for ,the Nonaera'iar- culture,of citrus fruits, pineapples, varion's .
1 which la the stately Hotel Royal Pats troncal;' or semi-tropical fruits,
tats Tomatoes form the
staple
,
HF and the grand ACT Halcyon Hall both crop the: ft
of growing. vegetaolea at the tea*
but there Urge
are quantities other

,'ffnnin monuments*Hi>g la facilities.site, grandeur and... vegetables q'pJut, grown pcppersaeans, :'such: as'..', ',eta tomatoes The. of ion'of,tAe country the year are.when In the all grip"other of parts wint United States Deposito+. ::::: Depository State of Florida '

The population cosmopolitan, er. planting '.ea.on' extends from about ,!this section offers decided advaavagts
.nry'etat.In the Union furnishing Its *
over other
any portion of the
October 1 ,to January.1C and the hulk '
quota of repmentatlTta. Am dada United States.
of the IhIpmenta'are .
sent North from
I
alraUe element la mnknown
foreign
CUMATB November being practically"until May no difference' although,In there the .INOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Report of condition! on .April 6th. 1906. as reported to x f

k r after Writing visiting.from California, personal and experience other sections ,- seasons', seeds may be planted or vegetables Comptroller, of the (Currency-Condensed() :K

'k con.t1tJou'are gathered any,day fa the year. Sealed proposals will be received '
where climatic bi,*the undersigned until .
Vegetables are grown.usually oa the twelve I I
p' considered at their beat, we can unhesitatingly o'clock '
noon (12 m.J. Tuesday.
May
prairie lands, which are free, fron '
say that. Miami baa the moat 29, 1906, for the erection and completion .
timber and are composed: Or a kind ofmarL Resources
perfect winter climate la the United of,a two story and basement
State Cold U'almost unknown, OTM "Concrete Block Building," known
halti'are grown oa pine lands, ai'-lhe West Palm Beach High and I ,
the Slightest frost being very rare. which are slightly higher than the Graded School Building at West; Loans and discounts. . . . ... . .. ... .. .. ..$$422,070.60
The warmth of summer Is tempered' Palm Beach, Florida, In accordance :
ay the,cooling breeeea tlroo tie:Atlantic prairies, and in this section very reekyThls with plans and drawings prepared Overdrafts, secured. .. .18,47.78

e and the highest tmeeratarerecorded rock la a peculiar coral formation by:Brnce, Everett Hays, architects, U. S. Bonds and premium...... .. .
70$.708 ; .. .. .. ... .. 71,000.00
deal of
*y the government thermometer containing great plant food, :; English-American Building, :

during the summer months la 6.i.'BBLTB aa evidenced by the fact that in many Aq' Dta, Ga.A Other stocks and Boiis.... .... .. .. : ..... ... : .. ... .. 41,00.00 '
places,range and other fruit trees are ;certified check for One Thousand
sn to be Dollars ($1,000) must au,uipany each Banking House.. .... .1.t .. .... ., .':. .. .. .. ..... .. . w 50,( OO.OO ,
seen bearing
the thriftily, though
The etqr ranks among first taat bid-as a guarantee that u. contractor 1 .
Unite States to point of health apparently standing' on"a"solld plate wl4 enter into contract,for the erection Due from bank's and U. S. Treasurer..... .. .. . 74,657.92 Y '
malaria of this rock Being of a porous or : of said building.
Tsare la entire freedom from Cash in vault. .... ... .'. .... ..
and there are ao prevailing disease honeycombed structure the-root of Copies of plans, and specifications ... .. .v .. .. .... 47,758.83!
can be obtained from the
Those ailments which are common toaD the trees are enabled to, penetrate It naderaign-
ed or .the architects, and a deposit $725,235.13
parts of the country stem to bo and draw ample sustenance from what oLtflO will be required to insure ;

:q. here robbed, la part of their power, U woulj-appear 'to be a very.unpromis- prompt and safe return of the plans

they usually appear la a, mfld form lq"I01D'ct.' This rock,'by the way, add specifications. Liabilities '
and rare'y leave the bad effects which makes a beautiful -and durable buildIng .. The usual rights reserved. :
l wake material, and the new court house If: H. C. Howl
follow la the ,of like diseases Chairman Board of School Trustees I :
elsewhere Scarlet fever and diphtheria and Jail as well as several'residences ,West Palm Beach. Fla Capital.rofits
art unknown whfe typhoid, In the city, built' of this stone, are j

over II rarely heard of., It tea desirable much admired by all visitors It also Human Blood Marks
: place for' those suffering from makes the finest road material lathe I National Bank Notes. . .. . . ... .. . . .. 52,900.00

tang tI'01IbJ'utbIa., catarrh and world In,the and Dade county leads all others of. ?.human tale'of blood borror In,the was iiome told by ofJ.marks,W. I DEPOSITS ... ::1... ... .......... .. "... .. 566.468.46
atmllar diseases which are prevalent State in mileage and condition
Williams, a well known merchant of
tncolder ellmatet Many persona affected of her highways. tiac, Ky. He writes: "Twenty years I $725,235.13I ,

"i' with these ills hare come here .The, fruits cultivated are chiefly ago I had severe hemorrhages of the: 1 I
}, and have been cured or greatly bane- grape-fruit, oranges, and pineapples lungs and was near death wuen I beno I
: taking Dr..King's New .
Discovery.ltcures
vetted Of coarse this is not the ease guru, mangoes, avocado pears and I' .
hemorrhages chronic coughs, I
la every Instance People die here as limes are largely produced but being reeled cold anJ bronchitis and is The Fort Dalla; National tank offers to all customersold ant new-every

they: do everywhere else No country Indigenous' to the'country, they thrive tSlj Beery; only known cure 'or weak lungs. favor consistent: with sound ba king ideas, and every accomodatfon in keeping
aaa yet been'discovered where people with little or, no cultivationCitrus bottle guarantied by all drug- '
?1.tII.! ,50c and $t. Trial botle free with,their balances, and financia standing.
trees, will
we immune from death andvdisease. require from three to,five I

ube same time,',it may be truthfully years after planting to produce fruit.Plncapp'es if 'A LuckPettmlstrew' I Itetra. I .T
s." said .that the conditions tending : which grow .on a .plant .
Alexander cf
Cary, Me. who d
to general healthfulness are u favorable somewhat retembUog the cactus and : ba.1 l found DKins'! Xew Life Pills ,1 I
u In any section of the:country, .hch are propagated! by setting slips ft-t Keeping the stomach liver! and ;*
and far more so than inmost' or suckers bear fruit in 18 months I tifr 'eJIn perfect'order.. You'll agree'' Wm. M. Grown President Geo. R. Gomph. Cashier Y I

,;; TOT crrra TOTURBw '' j after p'antlrg! In this. section they l.4 fh her if :you try these painless purI I I
Z lifters that Infuse newlif>. Guaranteed
,'-...I'.. ":_ii> ';..,ICaml. possesses. an .modern.eon_- ire, grown in the" 'Open. there" .being no q: a.i tt-E;;lss. Price 5c. ..

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