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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 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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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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. Rev. Gee. B. Waldron and Family Return Incur-I ion .
There SAYS PfaS. MITCHELL ON TUESDAY MAY. 19th Report that Has Started ; .
c + In Cuba ant that President '

Il.I" t ,' Little River, May 5The Rev. Ceo. I- Parma I IT a Prisoner I .

.,. (, AT EARLY HOUR TODAY :i from B Waldron'New Smyrna and family, where, have be had returned been I Passengers arriving In the city this AT fORI LAUDERDALE'
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,, ,. preaching the put winter to their' Order Issued Miners. to Return Will Be Given by Citizen and afternoon on the {steamer Martiniquefrom
, home'at The Knoll" for the summer. Havana antj Key West were
';. Mr. \Valdron has a fine crop of pineapples \ Work Under Award of Commission Commission '')rummers-lots very solicitous for news of an Insurrection -
I ; nearly raedy to harvest In Santa Clara Pro1' lce.Cuba. .
h :; property,Valued 300.00 Was The highest temperature at "TheKnoll" jof 1903, Which is to Eat, Music and Dancing They stated that; when the steamer And Vicinity. -Upward f' Two
during the week ending May I I left Havana everything was quiet although .
?: ,Destroyed-Some ,of Buildings 4. was 81 degrees. The total rainfall Satisfactory( to Operators. Will Be Furnished.An It was known that President Hundred Thousand Crates. of '
I for April was 2.15 Inches against I I Palma had: gone jjto Santa Clara Pro H
19' Damaged and the I Iji. 1 Inch in April. 1905. In four months i' I vince. I Produce Have
January 1 to May 1, there wu a total I Ii Upon the arrival of the steamer In pun ..
.: Amount That Each .of 12 inches rainfall. During Key West yesterday; afternoon they Marketed From. '
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Scranton. May 5- There will Innovation will be inauguratedby
the same time last year 5.14 Inches !' found great excitement the s
Suffered.If Tomatoes are still being shipped In ;j'be no strikeoh; tbe anthrlclte coal the cltlxens and vegetable drummers i Cuban population] and others among who There.Fort r
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I Q of Fort Lauderdale who nave
; considerable
quantities. They are
said that news had been received that
mostly of.fine quality. Such was th>a dvlce of John Mitchell planned to give a barbecue and harvest ,I an Insurrection hd broken out in Santa J
f and other high officers of the United home picnic on the ocean beachat Clara Province and that President
Leaves for Key West Mine Worker, given before the wagescale that place Saturday. May 19. Palma had been (made a prisoner.The .
Knoxville; May 5Fire entailing I Deputy United States Marshal Loa committee today. Their address I A fund of $ZOO has been raised for cruiser Columbia was anchored i Lauderdale. May The 'veg
.'a loss of $300,000 occurred In the Gore leaves tonight via steamer Mar, was ally forecasted and the i defraying the expenses of the same. In Key West Harbor, and they were etable season now drawing to a clos
I West tae the committee to make A large pavilion 40x70 feet, will be has been of the
-,- ''wholesale of the'city early to- Unique for Key to attend II report for an told that she was under waiting orders one most successful
secgoa which convention this afternoon. erected and a dancing floor 30x60 will seasons in the of
ft.-.. United States Court convenes open presumably to proceed to Cuba. history the New Kit
'.dy there Monday. He win take one j A suspension order has been Issued be made In the latest and best manner No telegraph Information whatever er section Over one hundred} thousand ?
,. i". The candy .factory of Utlefleld fcBteeres prisoner, now confined in- the county i and the miners will :return to work that will satisfy all fond of'dane- has been received o' trouble Inikely I crates of tomatoes sap other a
: where the' fire ,started wu Jail and who is to be tried oa a on the ward;; of the anthracite strike tags I I Cuba, and It II the report has truck have been shipped and the to
., damaged $ 0.000. McMillan. Hazen Jt charge of selling liquor without a It- commission'of 1903 which the opera An orchestra has been engaged 'I been greatly exaggerated. I Itat out put will exceed[that of. last n
cenae. tore are willing to have continued. from this city, and a large party boat seaseon bY'IeYe.-J thousand crate. law
: < Co, wholesale shoe dealers suffered The miners 1 will seek to obtain through will take the orchestra and others Colohachee. on Mlddlf River.hat
:f&( loss of,$75.000. and the Ham i1Pt A $ .000 SUIt FiledA a conciliation; board or by arbitration from here to orFt Lauderdale New Tangy Fire HoesEver shipped nearly one hundred thousand
s; Shirt Factory: adjoining, was damaged suit In garnishment and. wump the bettering; of their conditions. Prominent people from Hlaml.WeltPalm since the fire department was crates of produce,' and .. the returns
t% by,i smoke and water 130,009! lit damages $1,000. Jos. Zapf et al as Later a report of-the wage scale Beach and other places In the given a fine pal of horses by public come In aU the growers'';:are wearing
". "t Joseph Zapf ft Co. vs. Peter Hellman., committee jws adopted by the con county win be Invited to attend and subscription for the chemical ..enginemorethan broad smiles and carrying large. roll
"ITALIAN* AND.POLICE First National Bank of .Miami. Fort' ventlon after; which an adjournment it. Is the Intention 0: the promotersto a year ago Chief Hardie of the "long green" jj r
ENGAGE IN BATTLE Dallas' National Bank and Bank of was takenCltnUj .Tuesday. This was make the event memorable In has been working zealously for another Among the numerous}! visitors' hit ;'
(i Bay Biscayne garnishees was entered to give the;scale committee an opportunity the history of that. growing and thriving team to' draw the hook and ladder Fort Lauderdale Is KirkjMunroe, ,the
'Pau ae. N.:J, Mar 5- In a battle today with 'the clerk of the circuit to confer with the operators. little city. but did not feel(like calling upon thecitizen's novelist and Everglade explorer. Mi
: between'riotous Italian strikers, ana court' for It I The city was not In Monroe has recently returned from
as the police today four rioters were snot a position financially to supply the demand ;the Shark river. and jRoyal Pala I
and.several policemen' Injured ,Os* Gore and His Luck "and no'aCtion was taken nntfl Hammock. 'sections of the Everglades
may die., Thirty-two, ,men. were ar [) paty.Sheriff Gore ls a strong believer ft PETITION ISpIN CIRCUlATION today when Chief Hardle. who had i and has gathered a Urge amount of lx
'rested.. In luck. Yesterday lie went : been la'communication with various general 'Information that territory.
to Perriae with*Sheriff Purvis:ot Co cities relative t4 the cost: of a team and Its habitues-the. Semlaole :Udls -, : '
', ALBURY WRIGHT lemMa county after a negro for,whom : etc. was' Instructed to purchase' theteam >- which he will us* |avrltinf -
HAS WITHDRAWN FROM RACEHastarffleMay he had a warrant for recruiting labor .1 'lORts PQDtnxDlSTRrcT and\he has 'at'once ordered a very interesting account of kla ob .y
without, a license., Mr. Ooze knew the same through'Mr.;' Graves., '--orl I I servatloas and'experience* here 7
t. ,"- :A special froIa't that the Mgro had'-beea at Perrta) .. Indianapolis a robber of Mr. C.;;1 W'I '1Ir.,' lCuuoe has tee a steadfast
A' .... Graves, of this The cost (I friend of the and
Jto hoo4. Tenn.says Oat 'Albury aad'onbIs' : 'way. down Sheriff PuMa "' "" lei\7.( Semtnole Us manyacts.of '
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Bright has withdrawn from the race remarked:that there were:two other : wOf' be 1700. and the,team Is to average I Badness shown then Is greatIr.appreciated
far the Republican gubernatorial negroes Wanted for the same charge W, MOO pounds eaJeh. With this' team by,,the Cemtnolerwteuy ,
a """,1.Htld ,-leaves,the: add but did not know where they were at Hiini the Territory' ,DmdiiteIJ I Adjicent-The Law and the splendid pair'of horses.&1-1 I of Urn: "Erne ... tale mu can'ahcb
Arriving at Perriae an three of tke ready la service and ftk' were me opts stab"-He Is a very loot
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to Henry Clay
Under Elections
open men were found and placed under- arrest. t. Which Said! Can Be bought by Chief Haney. of Jacksonville I'friend anaerdale f "

i. "'GAL'PA", I FILED ', Sheriff Purvis returned to Lake I the Mlam| fire department win The voters pll'ort L art '
.. City lut night with his prlsonenbet- 'r Called and Held. be beter and more efficiently' "eqnlppet I aroused and indignation, la. being e. ;"
< ter oft, than,he expected to be. y than ever berore. pressed over the methods of registration
;" )(ortgage. R. M..Qulgj and wife to that have taken place at Miami
Dale County Security COL, for VSOOJot I '
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:to and east halt lot 6, block 43 north.Mortgage. and other places In the eoaatA
CZAR DECORATESWITTE I SAN F R NjISWIS( purse of good size war;be made mp
,1IIamL : A'- petition Is now In circulation Range Forty-Two (U) east Included to offer reward :''conviction
a. and of
C. J. 'Wilson and wife to !1" among' the teddent electors, paying between the north boundary of Sections any and all persons who have registered ,
:'Dade County"Security Co. for LOOO, Twenty-six (26) and Twenty '
t' taxes on toil or personal property Illegally, hare been
oro active -
lot 10. block 39. north MlamL WITH seven. (27) of Township Fifty-three LUSH WITH
t' In a
the\bou4a.ri the
within of this school securing registration of fl
r / Satisfaction of mortgageDade County (63) south of Range Forty-two (U) .
: State Bank to T. J. CampbelL, district emSrsclng mainly .the city of east, and the center line of Bears Cut, t legal voters. Fort Lauderdale U oa
the
.r:l Mortgage deed. W. C. Brawlingto I ORDER Miami, forjihe schoolboard of Dade sn Inlet of the Atlantic Ocean. MONEYINSURANCE and the warpath Important against-Illegal and transient methods
men y
Dade County State Bank for $85L10, This territory more'plalnly described
election
provided
county to esfl an as who have registered. will be, challenged
1' $west hair lot 4.. block" 30., West'Palm. .' In chaPter,.#67S, of the.Laws of ,Florida embraces all of that district including tI from one end of;"the county to
Bach. Miami north to Buena Vista to the '
'JI the other. All
;; de'Atermae persons Ivoting illegally
the -
whether It be /
,.ems" Satisfaction'of mortgage. Mrs: Mary Everglades south to a point about will be
prosecuted.to the full
':'HOae to T. L. Jefferson et 11%. win of a majority"of the qualified midway between Miami and Coeo&ItutGro1'e. I of the law. : extent ,
v-J Mortgage deed.KlamIlI1dutrlal Mn- ,OF.: ALEXANDER, NEVCKY SECOND electors resident and paying taxes, and east to the oce&J1.The COMPANIES ARE PAYING |

! HIGHEST IN RUMIA LOSSES STEEL MANUFACTURERS nance o: the Lord's Sapper will be administered
|t;to J. H. Dingle for 11.711. 27. lots 1 provisions of Section 2, Chapter 4678 I
: .tad 2. block 46, north MlamLi APPOINTS HIM ON COUNCIL'OF constitute pi special, school tax district of the School Laws of Florida, which WILL GIVE ALL at close oil the mornluz'lernce.
i S' Warranty deed S. L. Patterson andkt'wife I as provided for In the several provides as follows: Prayer and Praise! service tr

to Sflas Bikes for $150,.lot U, EMPIRE HIS SUCCESSOR sections oL said chapter 467$. '.> -It shall be the duty; ;of the Board .AID TO. BUILDERSSan Wednesday evening atJ 7:30 p. m.
.block 34. north MlamL .
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SO: Warranty :deed. L. C. Oliver to H The territory....) : designated as. such o. Public Instruction of any county First M. E. Church
to order election to be held In
L, a' Roome for ".000. south 75 feet tots Y. Is as follows: an Corner an4 d
Avenue C Eleventh St.
; SfrSBeginning any sub-division of any city or Incor--
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announcement of 'Count Wltte's 're of Section Thirty (30). Township vision of the county at such time and will be afforded tbe builders by Revival services are now being held r
p. Belize In Bathing tirement from the premiership ,and Firty4hree53). south of Range FortyTwo place as said board may. dlrectwhen- \\1onhlp at 11:00 to'clock.: Special
that,of h!. Dunovo, as minister of the ever one-fourth of the qualified electors the steel manu actnren'foe the rapid singing by the Evangelists. Sermon
P- The crew of she British schooner Gor myldu: to the premiership," appeared (4l|; East Intersect. the that pay a tax on real or personal reconstruction if San Francisco. The by Ira, M. J. Harris. Do not fall t-
g Hattie Darling now lying at the Ben today In the official messenger west shorelof Biscayne Bay running property end are residents of manufacturers ; rill also,give the longest hear this sermon Gospel service at
virtues ner,line dock believe strongly the .' k ... thence'week r 3 to.the range line dividing !,such city Incorporated town communIty limit .of cr!dlt possible and will 3:00 p. m. led by Rev. J. M. Harris. ter
of bathing for cleanliness and '
>ct The names of the cabinet are net Ranges Forty-one (41) and Forty:' or subdivision of the county, hall past credits. Epworth League at 6:JO p. m. Bve-! l
renew
yhealth, and afternoon
every spent given The tone of the announcements {petition for such election to'determine ning service at 7:30. ,Come early U
Iff In dips In the Miami river.'. All ofj two (42) fiast thence west on the Money will not be for ball*
confers wanting want
is'extremely' cordial and on whether such city Incorporated town, you a seat. Thf Evangelistswill
:E; the men are expert swlmmers'and' WItte the Order of.Alexander Nevsky I I north botfnijary 'o* Section Twenty-! community or subdivision of the Ing operations, .is insurance money aggregating sing and Mrs. lUifls will preachthe

1. 'many of them make theIr leaps Into set in brilliants.The' five, (25) to> the. !corner of I county shall become a special school 1150.000,000.< wm soon be sermon The Revisal Meeting laj', '
; the'water: from high In the I
'., Short races are up also Indulged rigCTKlng. 'order Is the second highest- I Section. pSrenty-flve (25), thenqe, tax district for the purpose of levying 'released In th community. A large resulting in great gortd. It will be "
; Russia Wltte Is appointed a memberof 1 and collecting a district school ta> continued.Services each day at 2:00 ,
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north tie east boundary ot SectlonTwentytbxee
.. and the sport and pleasure thoroughIf I : .on \ amount of mo ey is now being forwarded '
I and 7:30 'ceneraIIn1'lta-
the Council of Empire:and retainshis I for the exclusive use of' public tree p. m. p. m A
enjoyed. c;' I (13- :to the northeast I here bj the Insurance tion to the
title of count: schools within the district; at such I compan- public and fa personal Invitation
""" (corner of[Section. Twenty-three ((23).I I'election the following matters Chap les of the United: States and Europe to you is extended: Ht rmao' t
_''4 Mill TaHaferro, to' Leave, Delightful Birthday PartyA thence wet| on the north boundaryof be determined by a majority of the to meet the losses G. Porter, pastor' 1

'; MUs Julia 'Tallaferro, who has been very i)1 delightful 'party was given Section i ; Twenty-three (23)Twen- ballots cast by electors qualified M In every section, of the city the relief ..

,-, ',the" efficient,teacher,:jn, vocal culture :last night the home of Mr. and Mrs. ty-two (22K Twenty-one (21). Twenty herein prescribed except that the work is gqlng on without a hitch Christian Science
In the Miami Conservatory of Music F,*W.-Ama HT by1 Mrs. E. H.'Hart In '(%0), 'and Nineteen (19):, to the three persons' receiving the hlghes and 'no where jare there any real did' Services at 11 a. m.( Subject:"Mortals d
." ''will leave next Tuesday for her home honor of her.huI nJ'1 birthday The, range lines! dividing Ranges' Forty vote at such election shall be declared turbances. and Immortals. Wednesday evening -'
dining mold'war prettily ornamentedwith (40) xandf Forty-one (41) ''thence school trustees said district I
1n' the North. The 7esulta-attained i ; meeting at 7 o'clock. All services '
fe hy Miss Tallaferro's teaching were flowers while'In one corner stooda I,, south onaald range line to the "First Whether the city lnr BILL. TO REINSTATE are held In the reading room.,
;&-. demonstrated at the commencement punch bowl'of lemonade.' The plaza southwestrtorner of Section Thirty- porated town community or sutnh DISMISSED MIDSHIPMAN Roth building, opposltPresbyterian Court House.M
ff concert. In the Fair building last Tues was lighted' with Japanese'lan; :one (S1)-::-r01l'Dshlp Fifty-three (53h vision of the county nhall become t
$- day nigh when her pupils showed terns and after some beautiful music south of Range; Forty-one (41) east; special school tax district I I Washington!: May 5- Senator Hale Church
ii. themselves. to be well trained and had been furnished by Mr. B. B. Clark i thence west on the north boundaryof "Second.VTio shall be the schoo' yesterday Introduced a bill authorizing -
|f .whatever, voice, they bad, was developed the party adjourned to the dining room i Townihjp, Fifty-four souph tot trustees of said district. the re-appointment to the naval Morning worship at It o'clock and x
along the'lines beat adapted toy where all enjoyed a game of "pit" I Range Forty, east to the northwest "Third. The number of mills ol academy of tree midshipmen recently will "Include the anthen "Oh. Lamb of
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:' !t,. and who were fortunate enough to which was followed by the serving i corner off Section Two (2) of Township district tax to be levied and coltectet' dUmlsaed for hazing. Theyare God by Holden. and sermon by.the
of refreshments. those aforesaid thence "-. FVste*, W. Melvin pastor on "Waking Tp the People."
r. see and hear the production of the Among presAt i andJLRange ; annually for tbe succeeding years. George
.l!! 'third act from"Faust the principles were Misses Ruth Ranlerson 'An south on the: west boundaries of See. "The three persons rf'C'el1'lng'tb.. and Richard L I. Desaussure Sunday school and Bible.classat
f .being her pupils, are high In their na Peck. Matte and Mamie CampbelL Hons Two-| m) and Eleven ((11); highest number of votes Milt snaf 10 o'clock. W. Itasfs ,, pastor.M. .
Kw praise of their work as this prodnction Alice Robb May Hamilton. Llllle and i thence Ea ) 'ion the south boundaries be declared the- trustees elected fo- AT THE CHURCHES TOMOROWFirst
| '* was the first of. Its kind' ever Loulse"'Stelnhauser, and Messrs. R& of Sections Eleven (11) and Twelve the special school tax district; pro E. Church South
D.i.. produced here.' Miss Taliaferro hasp Hay B. B. Clark- W. H. Mobley, J.I Cl2). Township Fifty-Four (54). vlded. a majority of all the votes cas laptist Church Sunday school at top. m. Morning
made many fast friends -while'here, A. Farrar. B. W. Hart. F.: W Ama- I south of Range Forty (40, east and i ibe''In favor of creating micTi special Corner Ave: ue C and 7th street. worship at 11 a. m. Sermon by the
tv 'who regret ber'departure from Miami i son, and Mesdames Hand.. Hart and ;Sections Sfven; (T). Eight; (8), Nine tax district! who shall serve for th I I, Bible school it 9:45 a. m. Preach- pastor. Evening woi hip at .:3:).
r|'abe. being a' woman of sterling quail- :Atnason. (,), Ten ,.ilO), Eleven (11) and Thir I I next ensuing!!: two years to performthe Ing by the pa: 'or. Rev. Wm. E. Stanton Sermon by the past v Teachers'meeting
K 'ties and charming personality, She I Ii i ty-nine Ol) o" Township Fifty-four dntle herein" after prepcrllxvj 11 a. m. F abject "The Tares and I at 7 p. m. Wednesday, Midweek -
E. 'will leave Miami with the assuranceK Martinique Arrived (54). routfc! of Range Forty-one (41) Section 6, of the same chapter pr. the WheafY. Sunbeam. :3 p. m. B prayer meeting II i-vice at .::n p.
>. that the has thrown seed on fertile The steamer Martinique. Capt.DIl-1 east to ihfe- shore line northerly to scribes that all special tax school iliatrict P. U., 6: 5 p. m. led by Bro. m. Junior Epworth I Dime at 3:3u'p. '
f| soil and that the results of her teach- :loo;arrived in port today from Key i the polnivDf beginning:: also all of elections shall be held and COB Hurst. Even!i g service at 7:30 p. m. m. Friday Stews meetingat 'r
P a lhg'1will be a lasting pleasure to 1' West and Havana with a number ot' that parfait Townships Fifty-three" ducted In the manner prescribed b. '1 Th pastor Ill preach, subject: 7:50:: p m. 17ldayln tn pastor's srudyvis -
|%')l mrs theatre and concert goers passengers, .and considerable, "freight. .(53 and;Flfty-Four! (54) !!Outh of law for holding general election. |I "Sowing and Reaping.The ordl- L. D. Lowe, pastor "
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,1Ip1'Will they be ready to fight; for it and die for UT Will it mean soiuetnlng .' :Notion, Dept.,
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response the! ,voice of the'people which has been cared the voice of God, MONDAY ,

tY more: happiness in the: home life, more deference to women, many times est opportunity ,
more,than'in other- countries, ,which means there'is more chivalry among, Ladles ribbed vest, .lIk'tapeln neck,
: w.y % all sizes regular 20 cent value. .
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men,more courage and more charity.
<, will have k'
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,buy Fifty Piece
This is :land a land with hope with wealth on every .
_a good abounding t Chesterfield Batiste, a ranp' of beautiful .
'ride, a land of promise, a land free from hereditary legislators, where the dealgnaRea. '10e value Monday / ,
such ;
fortune of a rich man Is not all left to one son, wherethe lands do not all goods asweoffer l M
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"< go to'one' ion;as .they,do In England, a country which! is often held,up'to,us
.as"better governed. than our. 'own. 'So there Is here. more hope In the"bosomof i you Monday at 5c Line lord linen collars, all *!Ue._and, .
every man who has ambition;who" aspires to better things, who Is willing styles. 15 to 2Sc values. Monday,

J to labor,'wining,to make sacrifices more reason why; there' should be hope i such ridiculously ''

than In any other, land on earth If there be those among us who sin against ia" Odd lot, of whit and colored madras 5c r.
-. deceive, and cheat. the public who are dishonest, corrupt,'selfish'and greedy: I !low prices. 'Do-not .' suitable for ladles shirt'' Slot suit : ?+
"' other--cOUlItrle that In'this and waist-or, and ',
the same win .be found In the difference being- j, ; j ; men boy* shirts a
land weds not fear nor'hesitate to expose'them., i f fail to see" these rare" -,:worth 35 to forty, cents pr yard, to All of our Featherbon collar foundations ,
Our youths must be taught,to' love their native land, to have faith In it, i <. > Close I "them ,out, Monday: a per,yard t all .%'. Monday to goat each ,
's and bride in It, taught that there is none other like it, that its laws are the
r most' equitable and just Its people the most generous, its customs; habits and i ; : > -Bargains.<;r.?*, f \: I8c ;. 5c
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} e traditions far better than those of any, other country- for the'development of f One lint ladles. *hr::linen. shirtwaist ,1 ... '.. :.'
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s w, the highest there 1* iff the race..100' suits, elegantly mad*. Waist with nvbroidery .
,. design In, front deep.tuck ., Ladles black and white andcolored;
J cuff. Skirt the new circular flar*. Five pieces 27 Inch linen suiting I*o silk gloves, regular:,TSc_ value 'Monday'

-'f OUR. -POSITION, .. 'STATEDAGAIN... .; Regular ten' .dollar' value.- 1' Monday at much In demand for.skirt and suit.' ,' :, ;
a : Regular 39 cent value. Monday at '',

Qi The Metropolis desires again to state and that most.emphatically:that,it oj ,r',",4.98. 48c ,J .

'-. i, U not..a party'to.'any,of,the political differences of candidates, and:controversies "t 19' ; .
',' :existing between'''candidates and certain lIew lp pen.. All articles i ( I ,
appearing,la lu column affecting'the:_local,political situation:.are paid mat-- On* ,Jin, figured batiste shirt waist .
1 suits elegantly mad with'tuck and .' ...... .. .. "White GoodsliinensA
e 'ter;; and therefore classed as advertisements, the same.a* l1.ot.heraJ., panel Just the,thing for the hot ,, ,
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Fatty piece
It'produm't'4 ,- "- day*.Worth" double what w* ask. Mon die I In "of 'n" dr.i. 60;piece* :iwhit, madrajj J for shirtwaist'
a wide
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There are,too many good men, seeking.office and too many, of ,them are '- -- rang- t wits. waist mee'sshlrts, &
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good friends of the paper for it to'declare'oppoalt1on to them without a primecause. : Would b* cheap at doubt* what w* valve.: a %

4 ., Factional and personal politics, have militated greatly'agatnst" the I ;$:4" :' 98 ask VERY SPECIAL, Monday, ; >,.ryoI4c ;regular f.t toe Menda 'yard

{. common prosperity and welfare of our county. The, people are too"lDteWlent '

to be led or Influenced by newspapers and politicians who publish' and utter 'j; One line cheer white lawn shirt waist .24c [
things),against certain candidates" not In.accord"With their favor:or in opposition 1 suits. Th.N...* beauties and should a ; ,, '

+Y ,. to;;them.:They read- and see- personalities in, every. "utterance. *ana 1 go'puickly at,th*'Price w* ask. Ar* 9,. 45 Inch Newmarket pillow
become'disgusted., I beautifully mad*-and a bargain..Men. n" regular
'-, Silk ,organdies-27 inches deSeme 12'1-2 cent value.'Menday' yard9c
Give every fellow a fair shake, la the policy of this paper.I Let the public '
plain flowered designs, om withtegular
--make, the, -selections" 'unintlmldated- "or innaenced- of those who'shall. serve, a4 98' t rslsed'hair line Itrlp ... 40 .. e.
them and there an be no after complaint The Metropolis lijaborlng for ,. '
to 50 cent ..,.*. Special29c. or MondayOur : ..
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the upbuilding of Miami and Dade county. and can do It,better by f011o..1Ji&'the : .
= role of,Justice.to' .all 'men.'and all' measures," "and ''rem&1Dlni'. ; of On, "line ladies linen skirts In brown, .. ,
petty faeUoulpo1ltlcL" 1 > and whit, nicely m'dl'and regular Good Huck towels, 17x31 egular 1k
-, $230 to $3.00 value. Very special at values. Monday they wFtllOc o for each

An exchange,thinks it.win be.impossible to create the proper enthusiasm
i_ over the extermination of the mosquito until after the election. There 1s no $1.98' 1 ,. I
entire line of Jacqueline crept I*
doubt but this is true so far as the organized extermination goes, but there .
Is not that fellow living in this action of the country politician: of not.'who plain and Jacquard 'ffecs, suitable'
doat "slap":just' as' vigorously and determined now as ever whenever he On lot shirt 'waists, white black and for street or calling. gown 1] regular 75 Three yard Swan Curtains the regular .
gets the friendly bite. If* human nature, yon know. :, colored, $1.50 ; value' Monday cent valu Very special Monday $1.50 kind. ,Monday per' 'pair.

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No candidate Is beneflued by false and extravagant claims. Those who- : S
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.r' make them offend. public. Intelligence- ,injure their candidate and set_'themselves .
JOWl as unworthy of belief.. When the Psalmist said:' ,"All men'are
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by four variety.., All men are not Uara,\bot when' 'It comes to. campaign. t- : t S3
sr claims and statement we are from"Pike County, Missouri. ,
r MILLINERY

'For of en-hahded generosity the American' people are equaled by the'peo .
pie of,no other country,in"the,,world.. For instance,' in'Philadelphia':this
;u week.* stogie California cherry was sold,for $165. '',Each cherry,in a'.box ;:Special Values in this dept Monday. See- some of our new styles just in.

which brought altogether $2,440 for the,'Frisco sufferers, sold'af4be way I Ii ,
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from W'cent* to $105., In Boston single orange sold for $15., One box .. ,

holding eight oranges brought'$110. A car load netted $2.181 for the relief ;,, "'..>', ;.-:,:-: I' ", .:,.. .< -
fund In Plttsbnrg as high as' $%00 was paid for a box or oranges.:Two hundred I 1/ .'I< :' .\', t.-' ':.j-.p
boxes brought $2,542.: .. ,',,(1.. ;;, ', .,' '
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R. Father Sherman'a priestly son,of."OH Tecnmseb. Is said to be going .::. :r j, s
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over;"Sherman'* march to the sea." Looking for hell likely;which the old .
ti General said'war was and be'certainly made ft so on this march,, mostly
: 'against women and children sand' defenseless homes.. ,It was the one.time We have quite a lot of.remnants, left from our! ig sale that we will put on sale Mon- frY

(hat "hefl broke loose in Georgia" sure enough,'but. the..grass has grown Ins '
the cannon, ruts, fruit trees, grain,crop In abundance have sprung from'the day at almost'your own price. Many good lengths for shirt waists, skIrts and full x

son saturated ,in bloody,fertilization that even a,priest will not easily find
t a trace of.that tramp. made:by him < dresses. AlsO remnants of linen domestics and all of 'Our piece gods ,stocks. 4
"XVhose,step was as the tread
Of a stream that's left its bed. .
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{ If the official_ And- desire whose to"march'gej data was of rude a! great desolation battle" fought under toe The Ideal E.I!! B. Douglas Proprietor -

utmost difficulties small army of raw soldiers against a lot of regulars let ,
them study the plains of Chalmette. where Jackson- ,fought w mngton'. trained
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THE inside det lils of construction are not often seen but I hey're

II has are granite foundation to a,brick block. They
; / Rive the garment' its stability and character and the differ 'ce'of

; \ I't a few cents in the cost of these inside detaif show in two of three ,

: week The trimming and workmanship of Schloss garme: it* are

: the best that mosey can secure. The mere lining cost the makers =:

t from 7Sc to $1.50a! yard against 25c to.60c that other-linings-in'

other IUku->t It'a simply the difference between something

' ,,,: good and tome hing cheapetween the,bet and'a D 7

;j between perfect construction and cheap work. Schloss linings are

only one amongIjtingarealloft chloss.superiorities. Clothfindingacntting' and tal.

;i e tame standardCTery the best money dan buy

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both colored and white table damask wool dressgoods t/
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'; l :FRED(,BUTTER; AN' ORD NAxCE' > be run or cause to'be run upon any |I the streets,' avenues or'other public passing, then thereafter< such'horns

.1 t m "*- of'.the streets avenues or other highway wiOiU the city 1Im1tJ'of the or animal M to prevent ,further p
Qtatral Contractor highways of the' city of Miami. Pro- city ,of Miamiaa aforesaid, ,at anytime ,frightening, provided that ,the I same M-
.Aa ordinance recnlatlnx the use and That the or at a rate: of speed greater than :la sack horse
l.1JIeprores j6i" ., Tided person perIOD"owDluc. ; case or laalmai appear
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> OrmOtng.BUtln. s '" speed of sStomoblles. locomoDlIes. motorcycles controlling managing la proper or reasonable-even If less :badly frightened. :the !-person, opera
, Well Drni. .,Std.waIt' or other conveyance of;;a any such conveyance or vehicle as than tea or eight mOes per hoar :tug such.vehicle or upon request'so
similar character and relating to tie above described 'who has or have laving due regard to the ass and I'to do such person so operating nca
E t. .. Cue .'" :paid a license In any of the States traffic of the (highway, or so' an' to I'vehicle, shaH cause: thl motor ot the
of tae
w.. C. Maynard ;streets by persona riding- other than the State of Florida or endanger the Vfe or limb of any person same to cease running po long a* may
fi, ., or.drlrlocvtbereon. has paid a city license In any othftt or,the safety of any property U I be reasonably necessary to prevent
,.__.tt. n .. j GHAOUATCWPTIOIAN : Be It ordained,by ,the City Councilof city of the State of Florida, shall upon the city of Miami or la a reckless 'further frightening said horse ot

1t ., ,With, Maynard Son,,J.wdrs I the d&of Miami:. the exhibition of such license be manner showing a- disregard or la animal, to prevent accident sad to la-'
,An'ORNEVSAT I exempt from the requirements of this a manner say *&y Indicate of a die- sure the safety of others. t
... D' Section Xt: That It.hIU be unlawful .
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.i....sad rwnit Vest to Poet Ofios A days others 1
-n wm>tMSisna ansew *. petlOR section for the period of ten (10) regard of the[rights of usingor See. 10. In ease of accident to say
,resisifs naLeMt ssasta Usi 4 psfle.aNtaw'fr iOr'au or persons to ma or after such automobiles or other conveyance having the right to use said public person 'or property,oa S the streets or
''''' cane to bi run any automobile, loamobllebodtoreyde above described shall highways of the city of Miami asLforesald. 1
'XI*... Fla.L GEO. L.' MCDONALD, as : other highway of theft city of Miami
qr other, coa have beeR brought Into this the city | > .do. to the operation thereon of any
CMbtfut! ? Sec. 7.' That it shall be'i unlawful
Miami.
of such motor Tehlcle
-- Teyance.of Tehlcle propelled by any or[conveyance u
1' L anlOu.a ..V. ATKBTSOX i P gtag sad Nw.tdlq LU4. s'sasdattt pOwer. oilier than muscular pom., Sec.'8. That the city clerk of the for;any person or persons operating above described. person operatingsuch
: ;' Seymour &..Atkinson 'cooounrr, GBOVX.. 'FLA.. < .. city of Miami shall be paid by the any such vehicle or, conveyance: as vehlcl,' shall stop and upon re 4e.
excepting'inch motor vehicles ran above described to such
as run any vehicle
'. owner or agent of said vehicle or conveyance I quest ot the person Injured or from say :
Attorneys and, C. DEAKMOArohltsOt upon, rail] or tracks that may:Vs as above described a fee of \)or conveyance laturning.any person present give such person ,his e.4
.' Counselors At Law WALT used. for locomotion In, on, over or tip- twenty-five (%5) cents for, recording: street corner j pr harp curve, or over name and address ant If not the ow- m
within the limitsof
bridge ot flU
1 ., on any ;ot die streets avenues or any such vehicle or conveyance U any ner of such vehicle, then in such 4
ciat sttotkM MclvUpncttolaaUcouSUM :
the city of Miami at a rate of speed
cib In'Sec-. event shall
give the
Metal name"and
MIl -I. above described as required ; ,address -
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other public 'of clty.'otMtaml.unjess
highways the greater than|four miles per hour of such.' .
S of this ordinance. owner.Sea _
Room 5,6,7.FriaaellBldg.MiamiG. automobile further, It shall be unlawful for.
such or otherconveyanci any
I 1210 AT; C ,Miami. .;Fia, abore' Sea 4. AU conveyances or rehlcles such person tor' persons so running 1L All auton obfles or otherdescribed
j as described shall conveyances as abov. for
shall equipped
described
as above or operating FelL vehicle or conveyance $
."A. Worley The Chapman House be.licensed: ,", .equipped and. run.' man-. with one good horn gong or beD an* as above described to turn any hire shall be subject /to the same license
Iced an Att l'I1ey"at Law ,P.W. CHAPMAN. Prop.M ., Tided. || set and the hour of sunrise, wo (I- my bridge of. tIIl. or pass over, any force or that may hereafter be provided Y
& tXSS per 4.,. Bp.cUl Ute wise'assts lights showing a' white light'at a intersection of or crossing of other for In the regulation of hacks cab.
St.Miami FloridaM. in nnnrt tSi" rirMi-Trmi rii* rL Sec. ,10 'That all automobiles(or any
J10H Twelfth and other vehicles soliciting
: std 11 mUtu south el Pain Beach oe.thavest distance of Three Hundred (300) feet street within( the limits of the city business
lust Coat Canal,tmomf the pteeappU other conveyance as above described ahead and shall show a red light af- of Miami without first giving fan and patronage. on th streets of the fY
$ Geo. Robbins leitt Good sad talon wUter hi nntem a.ff sat of o-a Sovtherm k lq.r-jocid, shall.,bY!the owner or'person having bed to the rear of said vehicle.or and due notice by .we'of said horn City.

.. Dray Florida ,the aame tan his custody. maaajement conveyance as'above described; such gong or bell.t}\ fan at any timeto See. 12. It shall be the duty of the Y
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; TttusvtlU.na.', orcontroij;be entered 'of record In abook I rear light to be unobstructed from have saijl vehicle or conveyance! operator or driver o any" such coo-
'! ,Attorney and Counselor. behind by any portion of said Tehlcle. under perfect) control the same at a I Teyance, as above described, or ot
A.W. Graham : kept for that, purpose ,by the rate of speed 4 miles any person driving r"tv
exceeding hack cab.
I At' LaW I See 5. No such automobile or : per, any omnibus
: city clerk of the city ofMlaml.howtug tour and shall at all times, while on or other vehicle i of any nature
PedermJ vehicle above I
"fi! WID pescUcs I.an Courts: State sad Contractor Builder other or conveyance as
> Satisfaction the lame of the manufacturer, described shall be run upon any of the streets, ivennes. or public highways I whatsoever, or any wrson riding a r
amount b t. horsepower 'seating eapaoltt the streets avenues or other public of the City of Miami have such horse or other anima or a bicycle In
Qnaraateed.; vehicles or conveyance under perfect or. upon the streets of the city of
,:!<. f Hudson & Boggs Let'..tr...oe veer work ae4 .aft yoe motIT. klnd_ of motor power used and: highways of the clty/of Miami by any. control. ISec I Miami In passing ai y other person l'
Keferucee leimithed. > oe jgent the in hiscnstody.tinanagenient person under the age'of1&.yean;
pc owner baring same
operating
boa IaaLLF1a1. .. or driving such .tome-
8. any -
il cll sed*ee roe P.O. *74.X t : Upon approaching a person
Attorney, at Law or control: and Sec. 6.:, That it shall be unlawful walking In ot upon any of the avenues bile or other conveyance or vehicle,'
.Townier BuUdin Miami,.' n yida such automobile or other Tehiclefas ."or any person or persons to run or streets or highways' or the city as above described for1"driving any in
i ;- :Expert Typewriter above described shan then be numbered cause to be run any such vehicle or of Miami of a horse or horse or hack cab or omnibus i or. other Teh
,I,. ,, a.1.directed by the city clerk conveyance as above described on other draft animals whether being idle of anT nature whatsoever or any
!. 8LGGS. L'1), and lett,rtea with the letter "M" and any of the streets, venue 'or other ridden led lor driven upon aLt person riding any ai ilmal or bicycle
.:. ,f. .Repairing: such number or numbers and letter, highway within the city limits of the streets avenges or highways tte person to go on the right land/ side of the
4 Offlee wila X4 Cross narmasy.KeeKUaee .- fie C PRESTON shall bq Vfurnl shed by the owner, or city of Miami at a rate of speed greater operating any such vehicle or street In so passing !ruch person;
!. > 4th Street- ; agent ofiny;;: such vehicle or convey. than ten (10) miles per hour from conveyance M above described, shall Sec. IX: That any person violatingordinance
"'I '_rAft' "0 304 9th St. ...P.O.. Box 311 ance, a.Above described and shall be the hour of sunrise to the hour of give ample pud sufficient signal or any provision of thl, shall 1
mug, .. FLORIDA.t > hong from' the same In'8uch manneras sunset, or at a rate or speed greater warning of Its approach; and shall be punished by flnJ not exceeding
to be plainly visible from the rear, than eight (S) miles per hour betweenthe use such other reasonable precaution 100.00 or by .Im'prl r onmcnt not exceeding '4
Dr. James M. ,Jackson Jr. ,Emil A. Ehmanl): affixed stamped or printed thereon In hour of sunset and the hour of as to Insure the saftety,of any person 60 days or by.both snch fine
figure or|figures and Jetter not less sunrise. Provided That notwithstanding or the safety or'any horse or and imprisonment 'j Iif the detention!
if Offke Corner l i 2d St. And >e.BOppesReRalcrOoHal Architect than three (3) inches in height and the above provision. It shall ; horses or ot er draft' animals and to' of the Court.
two Pinches: In width for the letter be unlawful for any person or perSons prevent frightening the.same. Sec. 14. That all .ordinances ,,
'f< West Palm Beach Florida and!;fpr each numeral*before any to run or cause to be run any Sec. 9. A Y person operating any II parts of ordinances a conflict with or:

,Hours 3 to ,4 and 7 to 8 |Po ill;. such automobile or other conveyanceor such vehicle or conveyance as above such vehicle or conveyance, as aforesaid i the provisions herwf, be and the
vehlete as described above shall described In, over or upon any: of npon the streets or highways of! same are hereby repealed.
Merritt &: Kolb
-- -- the city of Mfiaml shall at the request.!
Sec. 15. This': ordl
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B RUSH. flee take
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DR. ._ or on the gnal by putting up the shams ,
< effoct after publican
Real Estate Rentals i I' ulree<<
; etc. Southern
Office m.ltth street,, Pbouelg. Marble & Stone Co.. hand from a person riJins; leading or by Section :20 o.' the Charter and the .
i {:states Managed driving a restive horse or horses or lapee of lime
requiji'd for
A' Reafd.nk,2099thSt.fo ". Ave C. near 12th St., Miami. Fla I 4 HOCAN' STREET. JACKSONVILLE other draft [animals, bring such mo- dinance by the section.penal or-
MIAMI.:FLA.J.H.F.Mulieti.MD. Headquarters for torcar or o her conveyance, as above same
I described Passed this 3rd day of May, A. D..
In mediately to a stop; and
6 DR. E. M. LAW '. BuildingStone Marble etc. 1906. I
.. if traveling in an opposite direction
:. E Er' ) to such a person riding leading or F. H.J WHARTON.
DENTIST MOSAIC AND TILE WORK driving sad restive hore or horses President City Council
other draft Attested: Jno. R. Oee1,
animals remain
Oman Booms S and,4rrissell or stationary -
: Finley Building 1 FQR FLOORS. BATH ,ROOMS. ;.MAN rELS. ETC.MoMMCftts so Idng as may be reasonableto Deputy City Clerk .' ',"
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Artistic Work ThoroughlyExecuted General Ceneterv Work etc. allow such horse or animal to pass; Approved day of :pay A.
,Boors 10 a. m. to IS m. .itoSp.s and if traveling In the same direction p t

Besidence 111,10th street.,, With The Most.Modern Appliance Largest Forks Ueexcetttd Faculties: Lo. reader. Prwmpt Service. use such reasonable precaution) ra r"IOHNr I Maya

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;t luring the session of legislature of !901, Hon. Hudson Burr introduced in the House of RepresentatIves a bill fixing railroad J fares at

t;; : !' 7IfI.three. cents per mile in this S-te.Jt1 The bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs, where, afterhearing

t :;?-:1': evidence and careful consideration, the committee reported the bill back to the house, "That" do not pass.: When the bill ,. -

.2.";".. *came up on its second reading the Chairman! of the Committee moved to !indefinitely postpone the bill as was the custom for the Chair-
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1. man of any committee to do when the committee's: report was against the passage of the bill. He stated( among other things, that the

,I"':' railroad Commission was at that very time considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents pr mile. That therailroad'Com,
':: mission did not wish the legislature tcpnterfere; and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 cents,t e one thousand..nile book which .

,''''to' was then sold at 25.00 could be sold for: 130.00, and further stated that the Committee had reason to believe that: if the. rate was .

:;)(".. fixed at three cents per mile by statute law an effort would be made to repeal the law, creating the railroad commission. on the grounds,
,, f that as the law had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to do.Vith this report from tlje House Committee. who had a
xi ; made the investigation, and other nfot nation before me I took; the position that the railroad commission would fix the rate at three

', cents, when it would stand the test of the courts, as the U.5.Supreme Court had long since decided that all quasi corporations was entitled !- x

::j': to a reasonable interest on their investment:: and. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expel ses,were, I preferred! to leave it

... with the people: who did know and who|:}ad been elected for that purpose, so voted agalnstthe'blll."Tqen the bill came up in the Senate
x ; ', ; a big majority of the Senators evidently]thought as I did, as the bill.was indefinitely postponed by a votejof l 18 to 10. Senator Carson of
' ;' ": Osceola ,County who I am-sure had as.jjnuch to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other man, and whose father-in-law

t u''( Hon. J. M. Bryan s a commissioner t 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 reason to believe the commission was then considering the questior}; In Senate Journal page 999.
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Senator Baker of the zoth district (and i1 more honorable man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: I

r:' w., "Mr. President: My'position onf such questions as this is a matter of record and well known to att. I have helped to enact into
) law a measure that'legates full power\to.a Commission elected by the people whose dsty it is to pass upon all such questions. leave

-' %- the-responsibility! with the commissionj shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill. .
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:.. 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. || .

: 1'regret very much to be forcedjnto a newspaper controversy,but as some few political agitators and curbstone politicians seem to

;i:{:," have nothing to do, but walk, the streets and endeavor to array one class of citizens against another, an are endeavoring to injure. me in, Y.

:) ; > my race for .Representative, I have:'written, ,the above, but I" promise not to pay any further attention too hem.: l' "
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,T, THE: DEMOCRATIC: VOTERS OF DADE OOCNTY;

0 Since I do not own a newspaper.aat mun 'pa, tor the space I
f' use, I may not be able 1 o meet attack on me a* fact a* they can be published
[ ;\ '" ; but I shall ende vor', before May 15, to answer all statement that
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r Jr-9 ',. It may not be generally understood why I have such active ud even
z t m _; ,< ,,' venomous, opposition from the Miami Record Involving u It' does,' a':
''i'. "' complete change of attitude toward me, personally and officially, within
't e c if the last few month. So Jar u known to me, the RecorJ'i present view i
",.. are due to the following;.causes: |
: ( ',.,' FIRST: The Record favors one of my opponent for Clerk. of [,the
Circuit Court and Is pursuing the course that hi* friends think best [eat.
2 Jap1 ._. ; culated to win vote. | A
%& .., : .T SECOND: The Jtejwd ha apparently aspired to be dictator la Dad ;?
County politic and res nts my temerity In running for office without per '
,; : mlsslon from headquarti re. '* 'N
\; :, t' THIRD: There a e personal reasons. One of these crops out la
the Record's editorial if April 25th entitled "Ha He Been Faithful
m. t; ,:':, ', : friends where It 1* charged tha I have betrayed a trust reposed me by personal I. '.

.; .:-' '.' Before replying to these. insinuations In d taD, I demand that|the
-. CHARGES be publish In detalL Whenever 'the INSTRUMENTS, la
:': ':. : Question are published. IT WILL APPEAR on the FACE: of them that '.
there WERE: CERTAIN OBLIGATIONS Imposed upon the OTHER PARTIES
to the agreement, the parties now claiming to be aggrieved (whom
.w- it !* prudent to designate u "X" and"Z" In order to avoid the accusaUoa
of divulging secrets).
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i :;:: I stall be able to snow, when the accusations are made specific enough 4-
to warrant It. that "X" and "Z" FIRST VIOLATED THEIR AGREEMENTand
:,... my action In filing the Instrument for record was Induced by inch action ron
s. .. .. their part and to PROTECT A MAJORITY of the parties to the agreement
and I assert unequivocally that Jt was not prompted by 'any other t
motive. I think that 'kny lawyer or any man with common sense will
say that when an agreement 1* violated by one party the other party U
,,' released I
'" I AM READY to ; Into.DETAILS whenever the RexiM )[ see
,- m fit to do so.FOURTH.. 10'
: Last not least, the Board of County Commissioners
GEO. A.wORLE\'l: : I 'j of which body am a member was so unpatriotic, at the beginning of the
year, to designate another paper than the Record as the County's official '
Candidate for Representative: organ. SINCE: THEN]; the Record has seen a NEW LIGHT ana has discovered
.: that the official conduct of the Board has been reprehensible and ,
I IIH' .detrimental to the Interests of the people (on the principle perhaps{that '.
TVE- are the people-. j e
i The charge has been made by the Record that I did not act In goof :
faith with ),,11' Fitts and that I used ana coaa'.eianeel underhand method
to defeat the appointment of Mrs., Dearborn. THOSE who are RESPON
WORLCY has never held public office.. Hulas never, aspired to SIBLE for this CHARGE against ma have been offered INCONTROVERT
,MR. ISLE EVIDENCE: that the accusation Is UNFOUNDED, but there has
"' political position of honor though prominent In Democratic politics NEVER been'a word published by the Record to correct' the INJUSTICE a
ever since*he became a resident of Dade County ten years ago, and there is done me. j {

not a place from Stuart to Homestead, .where his votcec<< has not been heardIn submit I DENOUNCE the evidence these-charges toanyone! who as wCl ABSOLUTELY call for It; FALSE and wffl gladly s
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advocacy, of Democracy and Democratic prlnClp 1s. Mr. Worley is a As to the charge that I voted' to use m"ney from the general fuLl I to'
.7+ .!lawyer of-ability!with few equals ard no p ers. As art;orator he stands preeminently ray the preliminary expenses of the West Palm Beach Drainage District. x
4 In the first rank of those of our 'fair State. ana as a man of persis- 1 accepted a legal opinion- that such action was lawful _bleb opinloii' was
tendered by the Boards attorney who was sele,:'e1 fo: the position with
tent and dogged tenacities he has no superior. He Is||fabJe and agreeableat the APPROVAL and HEARTY ENDORSEMENT of the RECORD'S ED TOR
all times; possesses 'a personality that attracts and ulns.friends. and If the attorney did not!know the law, I coaM; not be expectel to. It vio-
teted the law, I dlj it Jnnwlttinsly and actln; In goof faith. 1 w
which alone would make Mm a power in LegJsJativ& alls, A better man '-
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as belnfc ABSOLUTELY
FALSE. thq charge that I have
than Mr."Worley could not be foun .Miami Metropolis.! j "
-ROMISED or SELECTED any man or men for the position IS,DE?TiTY
CLERK under/me. Ih uld I be selected to the office of Clerk: nor trio 1 ;
..... L ] under my rtrcumstan es do so unto the people have", by their vote*, ex-
I" Ai ]i per.eI their choice fqr me as their C'e.-k of Ccirt. Yours rt'Spectf'.1l1.

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H It Is the Quality and It thl quality and

the Price that make Everything For The House : :price t t that mate your


? goods popular .' our goods popular '"

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Furniture, Carpets k1t Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensilsof




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t : 'ran k. T. :judge -. ..,, 'Stla. Street;, :1VI4an"u, F' 1 orida' ,


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r Most Offlc.'Phon.3S ''II. 'M. KING 'p .}.>n.e8 Baltimore H. D.May Allison 4-Market Tomatoes 1t.51 "POP"

Any" ![ to $3.SO; beans $2 to $2.50; potatoes a o
Embalmer r 15. Fancy vegetable wanted. T. H.
Undertaker, and Evans ft Co. I

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DAY 1800 AVENUE For Rent Fnrnishel house; cool: to everybody's alms Mr :-

RESIDENCE 219 7th STREE1 six room and bath. 219 Tenth St. son drink. All ether "*-
"Pop* kvt they /rt all sons
--- For Sale- A fine Kentucky mare at

Is apt to be one on which hair value. Dr. Skagg I

you will have to purchase ( Ilersonat Jlewj Ji ofes Schooner Not Due Yet "Cascade"G1nerA1e

t '., J schooner Capt. Cook line, agent sjtated of thus the morningthat Benner

-- be'does not expect the next

A W. L Peter, or Utle RIver 1* a Ask jbqr I"l grocer; for Blue Ribbon schooner of the line now en route here
b'uslness visitor' In town today., Lemon be' Vanilla, the cheapest as to arrive before the 10th or 120k
well as {tile best. Absolutely pure,
WEDDINGGIFT Six lots with 250 feet riparian goes twill! as far as other kinds and Umbrellas repaired and recovered. t
right Wilson'A Huddleston. the flavdrii perfection. Leave at ,Racket Store. w. are tile axeiiMvt Sweden BetterOFF

-CaacaoV In title tsrrit* y. .
Mrs. H. C. DeMay returned this ,Southerrt.Cro;, Meeting For Sale Sixty,acres prairie and There are;'a lot of liaises ales .
morning from a month' visit in Jack The.r nlar monthly meeting of the Umber land in Allapattah. entirely but Reno to compare with without a smoke than a have ODe that,
sonville with relatives and friend Southenj| Cross Chapter, United fenced. Apply 312 Tenth street "Cascaded! Be ears. yes III la unsatisfactory.: Not 'neceaary to
Daughte* of the Confederacy: will and no stdfetlptb .Ir
pay high price for cigar* la order .
I Picture frame mane to order. The meet thf second Tuesday in May,,the To Command Tug SybilCapt. "CalCad1 to get them good. Out ten cent cigars
I Stb. In the Fair BullJlng at 3 p. m. W. H. McIntyre has gone to I
Racket Store.Joe. I givtn special attantie will size up anywhere,aa being worth
sharp ilrs.' R. C. May, the president Jacksonville to' take charge of theE double. The Norma ;Marlines tickle t
+ requests**! full attendance. E. C. Railway Company's tug Sy-
I cigar should never have been tagged
wholesale I SHiTwo .
Zapf. a large; merchant -
We'11 be I'.t bit, and bring the several tow o AcmeBottHng Works with inch a small Pt1 e. The quality
i for when
ready you of Jacksonville, Is in the city: furnished cottages for rent to that
barge now building at place for of the tobacco: and 1U excellent flavor I
the day comes with th'e right today on business.Don't November! 1. J. .H. Tatum & Co. the extension Do' this -port. Tht MI1MI. stamp it a* a ten cent; cigar. AH our i

? drat tow should arrive in a few days ,FLORIDA in PERF CONDITION
David cigar are
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES fall to see Grandmother Hil- ;;;Peanuts '
debrand'i Legacy, Monday night, S5c Sixth. Street rest *f tile IM FaebryR. ,j I'
and 50c. Another Pineapple Cargoes ExpecteaA .. .
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ehearaal! number of schooner loads of pineapples J..l :, ,f
'There[Nill be another rehearsal of are due tomorrow night and L
J. E. Pendleton, Lemon I .
City' prosperous the "Bachelor's Club" tonight In the Monday from the keys, nearly all of Mercer
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mercban Is in town .
today, high ecb4 1 room at 8 o'clock sharp. the vessels engaged in the traffic beIng .
looking after his taxes and other business I
::'MAYNARD&SON This play'will be one of the most there now taking on cargoes. The t' HAYjES t.
matters, laughable]1 ever produced In Miami, most of the crops will be brought from 207 AVMM D

and th$|, fact that Miami' three Elliott Key.BROSSIER, The Cigar' Man
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Wanted Woman to exchange ,ewIng Judges; ..Itetsrs.; Heyser, Hill and San We sel staple! and FiocyGROCERIES t s

for room and board.; Address"Sewing. ders havi a few differences of opin- '
v Next to Poetofflee Miami,; nor tfa ,will collect your rents OPPOSITE"HOTEL
": BISCAYNIC'The
,this office.: ion in the play, not exactly on point ,
1f1, of law either. will be a* drawing card.Davidrown --

'if ,Miss Koib will Moving Machine Shop t Gantier Monsejwffl! be for
Sadie have charge open
The machine shop, formerly used by Fresh and Gine4 Meats and everythlm I
Mrs. l (G. McAllister-Beck of the Presbyterian choir' during the Buttered Pop Corn"BRO.tiER : the summer at summer rates 'Airy,
and music I the tannic acid factory in this city, that Is fit for the table. Your credit H i and fine '
summer no doubt good room cuisine.
4 together with'a large quantity of ma isetk'ontr Al MIl '
will be one of the 'jeature* of the Safe Inveatmenti good for one parties I ..
means chinery. has been loaded onto abarceSnd
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church. do not remit promptir shal be at elf- -
service at that : For Rent Small furnished BOOS. '
? "o'!;j will be towed to Cape Sable by
:: ,Real Estate_ Dr. E 'l1l. Armstrong of Jacksonville the tug Klondlke, where the company without farther BoUcr* on Boul_ A4. ,Address.Box 733. ,

f :"- Six lob with' 250 feet riparian la making his next professional 1e 1 now operating getting out man

Rentals Insurance right Wilson A ,Huddleaton.; our'down the East Coast, will be In go bark and preparing it for transportation

| .. .. Miami May 21 and 22. He will also to the north, where it I* To P rents: School 1 will ,Soon: be.Out!
*i i Summer'rates,, at the Jtntherford be la Defray May K: Fort Lauderdale used In making acid for tanning .
| + Boarding House;223, Ninth street 'Maym;;and 18. 4 The doctor.-wmo: 1* purpose The tow win get away meI '
r Office: t elc eit.Bldg. > '
well anaifavorably known'throughout the, first .part. of next week.
R..D.'Grefher, a.well,known.knight l Florida,1!make* a specialty: of all eye
t SuIteNo:2.- ,3241:.1-2.-12th:.St. of The grip.who'make* frequent trip troubles..,chronicand 'nerroos'disor Cocoanut ,sprout for sale at Mall MiaT'i 'Con .iatory : .
t(f this 'cltjT'and section. I* again,In ders, handling same' without drug Boat,Dock. or-j"Mus.c' ._
::5' I the city in the interest of a large cigar or' operations. Write to the home I I
I house'which' represent office oft booklet entitled, "A;Study Will hpid a special, Summer term May 1st to Au #
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of Nature and Mankind."' Piano,|KIndrgartn and Prima;' Mualc. Call or write for partial
mMOFFATSDairy 'I Mr. 'and Mrs. Vlyses B. Martin of I
,- For Rent = Three room cottage in: I ; fjGrandmother Hartford Conn. who have been guest ; Ian* and Urm A fine opportunity for the young folk Practloo
HHdebrand'a Legacy, I '
heart 'of the city. ,Address Cottage 1 Piano.supplied free. REGISTER EARLY
i I AndltoriumAIonday.,.. May 7. Sam and In the city since early last fall, will .
: this office. Llndy'a urtln' 1* worth the price of leave tonight for their home. They FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Dir. ta. f7STwslM Street

.. -- admission-35c and SOc., have already planned to return here I _4' r
Lunch I For Rent Cottage, 8 room*.'Corner again next tall with a view of purchasing
I Avenue B'and Tth'streetN.,, B. Huller a home and locating permaneckly. .
Kenney?133 7th street y( I* a Sir. Martin came to 'Miami
Mr, TJ A..;Price of Danla, who withparliler'I.
l. f ', : j"-" for lung trpuble, weighing but
Us A. Marshall hue'one
The Times-Union of yesterday says: 12S pound Today he weigh'152 ,
.p iverytWng' new. indudinq .Mr..A. H. lOll, a large tomato and of the Oat tomato crop In the county pound and his cough baa entirely dis :

( pineapple grower -of.Miami, 1* la the t this season, fame down this morn- appeared.; He 1* a well man but will ;", \ BE ON GUARD

'::1 die bidding, making the city, attending the State Horticultural: Ing on.business., Mr. Price I* a hut take no more chance with the long v r ,,"
Dullness and It }
takes a'pretty
Association meeting and 1* pleasantly ling man and trying, northern! winter Read and Hand to- Some One Elsa e _
deanest and ,neatest din-; : located: at the' Travelers,':HoteL" good.,!man to keep'up with 111meither' I .. '_1 .
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tm{ walking, riding wheel, aIn '
'r' BOSSIER mean mate lavaattaeals It 1* a significant fact at each election ,

fig room in :the city.: Bring the children out to the danc- Countyrfamoua.farming Such. men* *.make f Dade I -- I ,' that the railroads connive to ..'" "
I ing school afternoon.from 3 to 5, lathe ire : people .run into office: men whom they believe -,. ?
There many who can
,,.s'. .Roth Bufldlag.Breeder .'1';'- Candled I will be subservient to their Interests. >,
David Popcorn.: read human nature In the line of the '
AN IDEAL PLACE
'I, hand. They tell to their own atlas
'f' wants t. Rat Wl ,,' The following editorial from the +
FOR LADIES yew .prpaty : Was Splendid MeetingMr. faction what kind of a person carries "
"Florida Advocate a fearless lade
ft the hand. who
others
There are can
i.J: Mr.,J. H. Beckerman.: the popular ; V. Blackman..returned home tell a man by tbe way be hold his pendent paper published at Wauchula, .
''i Not Connected, with'asalo.n_ representative of I Conrad Schopp this mornlna4from Jacksonrllle, where head. There are other who can ten In DeSoto County, put the people on '
he attended the annual cession of the '
., Fruit Co.,:of St.Louis, Mo, who baa by the penmanship what kind of a guard In thus campaign: _
v been her,the past ae&1OIl1n the Interests Scale ;Horticultural Society. Mi. person he is and in each case there la -(:01. T. J. Appleyard editor of the ,
f' Blackman says that the meeting was Florida lades Secretary: of the -I'1or.
Battermilk every day'at of his firm will leave tonight for much truth. ,

I:' v1 5c' a toss. Light re- the West Coast where he will work ever: Did yon-ever stop to'think that yon ... ida Press Association, Secretary of
the 'Plant City section before'going : can tell a firm by its advertising? the Florida State Senate. Secretary-: ,t,
'ft, freshments, ved,: durf'if2g8g to:Mobile and other fruit shipping members and other present leaned Study the ads in thl* paper and yon ., Treasurer of the Lake City Board of 1r
boors. .- v13rd point** ,- much, :valuable information. He 1* will be surprised how true to life they Trade, has'announced himself a can .
enthusiastic over the .result.Lanjhtand are. This I* a better test of our theory didate for Railroad Commissioner.
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I -t.1! than'any thing else. You know CoL Appleyard Is a big jolly-fellow; "
t door eaat'of Avenue Don 13thstt'eet Motor Boat Hull For Sale with n* in Grandmother -! .
: cry the merchant and yon can judge how a floe fellow to be out with for a good cif
Pro t Building MaimF1a.i ? Length 27 feet Goodwin,model.Speedwltb Hlldebrand's; Legacy.: A sea '
oi; far wrong we are. time, but he ha* been too closely
1C h.p. engine, 16 mile satlonaij; drama in five act: Monday, There are the firms who have been Inbullne. connected with *;h corporation la

t:' Address' Motor Boat. ,Metropolis May 'f:l .*'. long time and have a fair teresta of Florida to make a good com .'
business at a good profit They are I missioner In short, we believe he la

THE:' RACKET Itudlei1 ringe CultureMr. satisfied to let thing take their coarse '_ a corporation candidate: and that the .
,STORE .fi.. R. Jones; one of the moat Their ad tell that they can be found .:... corporation win furnish him the. a
,Times-Union extensive' citrus fruit grower in the at the same old place and their good boodle to make the campaign.:
connty;-ownlng valuable Interests at are the same aa usual so there I* no "Aa secretary: of the Florida Press
IS THL FLAGRibbons Cocoanut Grove, returned home this use to change the reading, hence their Association Mr. Appleyard baa done

morning, after an, absence of sometime ad stands the same all the year, and much for the Association and doubtless .
In,tie orange and grapefruit' sec yea* after year. many editors In the State feel

Daily and' Uons of. the State, studying the different There are other firm who make under obligation to him and we regret '
,,method*of cultivation and all sensational run of price below the that the Advocate: can not sup
.. other point that might be of Interesto eon price and when yon read It yon port him. His former connection
look at for the hook for know 4
him-here. Mr. Jones also aintereiting once you
waa with the Flagler Interest are enough
{ andLaces" It la a bait because no man can sell
SundaySeven attendant 'at the cession
: to arouse one's ,suspicions and the
goods below cost unless he makes ft
vex of the State Horticultural SocIety Ju other fact that he is now preparing aa ad-I,
closed kin Jacksonville, and gleaned up some way.
dress to be the
published throughout
,There la the firm with, the catch
Issuescts. much Valuable Information there. State at so much per line ] '
sentence "We want DIOat-
this in mind iij .. your confirm: this tusplclon. further,}
'F' Keep ; ,we save That was a fool thing to advertise and '"'
*UNCH FOR SALELentti enforced
Appleyard'a retirement
the way It.was run showed the firm
vet you nfoney. ) SI by 7. ,Full cabin, plate was new la, the advertising Hell It from eKy \Ve tabs baa been' pnbIUa4! la t
glass) |Nine h., p. cylinder 20th at Lake do
Ask any of our customers) waa run until everybody was tired lug paper City and we
Century l engine; everything in first and the papers did not want to printIt not believe he 1* any more personally -
i1S Week J- class order. Cost UfiOO.price 1000. any longer. Then that firm madea able to go Into such a campaign, s
a Addresa Launch, care .Metropolis change of front and advertised that than the average country editor and ,

We,, ttlO have a sale, oa shoes.next ,-1 they would fill any order made to the generally country editors. of Florida
.' catalougne house for 5 cents less thanIt are not millionaires In his letter
week that ill Interest '
you 1 could be delivered from Chicago. asking rate from the Advocate be1'
; US-QUIT-U Everybody said it could not be done tau check will accompany order, and '.
f4 \ KILLS but the firm made good their promiseand the question tomes' to our mind: Id-

;, 'f MOSQUITOES that 1* always the test of value of I Lake City a gold; mine for country] .
'j 16"teU f.'ID"1I1'S advertising. Their ads have been of editors, or is It more probable that "
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SMITHSBOOKSTORE AWE SELL EVER ITHINOAND ..' .
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SELL IT CHEAPER- I** : the ,kind that It takes very little effort I the corporations are furnishing thl ,, "
i for,the mind of the observant, Intelligent -I money?" "
patent Applied: For reader and buyer to see that
W. H. Chaile&Son Druggists they 'are up to date and leading in

i 1211-Avenue D. Miami, Fla. MU5-QUIT-U MF'G CO. their- MIAMI line. HARDWARE COMPANY. .

MIVMIJLV S and 10 Cent Annex-at.ISIS Are._IX .Jacksonville,Fla. "tilde want your money*.
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Machanlcal and Hydraulic engineer SL


i .Uae Windmills black pumping pipe, steel at engines vholecals.towers,, tanks galvanisedsd Special gas POLITICALJND L OTHERWISEi E EWtnt i Great iaraoce SdIe

acklnary designed and built., Ant :
far a sto' AeotyUne Gas Oentratora.

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Home to Die 1 I berrr.:tree full af-berries:' a fine rose.
Miami Skating the family of F, W. Mohr the weD Iin f alt J bloom/i piece of honeysuckle
.iJ known, baker, hue been sorrow vine[-full oy beautiful honeysuckle I'
strtcken at the result of the death blossom. Dr. Duckworth Is out of
of a faithful Done that belonged to politics and giving his attention to
Rink the family mall recentlr when It farming:, and from present Indications
was sold to Spencer Bros. The animal he 'making a success of the latter. IN-ES. }
In question had been a pet In He iris always successful In politics
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Open. S ti 10 .. m. for beglnera the family and was sold with reluct- too. Live. Oak: Democrat. .
Open 2 U 5 p., m. ance. Friday night an unknown
Open .? to 11 p.,m. party)stole the animal from the new AfJnl The; State Is Prosperous
owners and almost drove It to death. the traveling men who spent ,.
: Tuesday afternoon reserved far ladle The horse, true to his Instlncts, onght: Monday In the city was W. L. Good. 1COnlinueS' I. ...:\..,
Saturday forenoon reserved ehndrtn Its friends while suffering; having wyn ibf Richmond, the clever representative
"'1,' COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS become III from drinking a large of the Richmond Paper Co. -
Admission 10 e nU.. tkatlng 29 tents quantity of water after the furious! Mr. Coodwyn has been a regular visitor ( renewed : .
Mi It.:WNt fII Ice Factory Upstairs drive. 'The animal at a late hour ;}(J the State coming four timesa with interest and vigo.j':
Friday night, came' to the aide door I Toni, for the put six years and Is .
11 .;.. of the bakery and tried to enter i well 1cqualnted, especially: with the r '
; In The Good Old'l'iammer Time, breaking a glass door In Its effort/ printing and newspaper fraternity, We add a number of important items to those already mentioned f
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You Will Find to get In. Falling to enter the store from1 tine end of the State to the other.
the horse then went to a house further1 He Mates that the commercial and l'
down Washington street otheif condltlons everywhere are better .
: JOhflSOll&TOlllpkiDS:5and Mohr and his family sleep. He endeavored I [fiend more encouraging than he t '
.. to break Into his house al.1 hasher seen tfiem. "Everybody r
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_ 'i so awakening Mr. Mohr. who thought 1 eeemsj to have money' he said,"with 20 dozen ladies' gauze vests taped neck. Yard wide I
lOcVariety. some one was trying-to rob him. In the Insult that trade In all lines Is and sleeve worth anywhere 20 yards to' ,
stead of a robber he found his faith. ,7X)|,] which naftiurally; Includes 1.4 ten cents. now 4 for ___ 2 G for$1!
.w
ful old horse on the outside suffering newspaper and job printing plants. Iam I 12 yards

Store agonies momlng.-Tampa from whIch"'It Times.died Saturday lots soiling of paper from one to many hundred publishersin reamsto 20 dozen ladies' gauze vests 25G Not Bleaching !| ( ,

'I AMyuteful; article for light"housekeep )3 solid car now, where several worth 15c ,now 3 for____
ing. In tin, granite and wooden ...... ConventionThe yeer ago they considered a few bundles 1 '
X A nkc line,of door and porch" mat State Florida Elks'Elks' Association has .i good order. I am glad to see .12 dozen ladies' gauze vests. 25G .Great line 'of Shirts} Sacrificed
Lamp, rugs, Conch hat, etc. A Snoassortment Issued a call for the annual meeting the j wspapers prosper: for they are worth 2oc now 2 f for--____
of,toilet article.'notions of the said association to be held Aolnifi,more comparatively for' the up I We hare a broken line-of[duet and
I for ladles and gentlsment. Outfitter In Jacksonville May 16, beginning at building of the various communities.thanall Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars In Monarch shirt, in attached and de. stacked
In small.warn, for light housekeeping Each which Is n other enterprises combined' cuffs. Also coat shirt whichwe
10 a. m. lodge black, white blue and pink worth
1I..BaFI; -Gainesville Sun. 25G' we offer to close in TWOLOTSLot
,
No. 1017 Avenue, D member of the Florida Elks' Association
25 to 35c. now two for.
shall be entitled to five votes I -
at said meeting and the majority of A Salaried. Office I 1. Cluet attached and detached cuffs
One assorted lot of silk and wash stocks, ,
The Wnnchnla has been
r of the said association .haIl postofflce ''
Wire for Me constitute lodges a* quorum for-the transaction raised from a fourth to a third class worth thirty-five to seventy- 5G and coat shirts, priced 1.50 Cl On"'

of business.,, Lodges may be' office; 'which means that the post- five cents, your choice for_- and 2.00, now t-I T .
f represented by'one or '''more dele-I mailer now receives salary Instead attached t
I't.-Tampa Tribune' of commissions. Only a few years Twenty five dozen 'ladles fine llnnene Lot 2.: and detached -

and HI Wire, For You" i ..,01lhe; box-like Wanchula arrangement postofflce In was the a.mitt hemstitched handkerchiefs put uP! 3 in cuffs worth,1.25. now: 1..i95c ,

4 ,The Poultry' Business. coIil r' of a, general merchandise t> 'a box,' and worth 10 to 15c [ FJr at .,'
>
*
Phone 176' The poultry ,.business ls: cawing stores paying 120 or $30. per month. J w v
much.comment;In ,this State,at i the Now;It has a spacious room of Its own This sale per -' '
C. H. BROWNCLCCTRICAL'CONTRACTOR present time and every mad, w1lQ wlti!a cabinet of more than 500 lockboe Special Shoe AnnouncementKeith's
and silk at
I 100 lawn baby price
went into It for profit baa done a good ) besides\ the call boxes. The caps half
business. The.housing of i:chickens salj;',of stamps amounts to, about I :Konqiieror 3.50'and' 4.00{) -
and
... tD:Florida U less expensive than:In $2.100 per year and .18.000 business Lawn percale wrappers _95G' .
1113AvtsCBISCAYNE the North while feeding' somewhat ls tonacted through the money ,, worth ,150 now We are exclusive: agents for tiia famous, shoe >%\
higher Bat the price. of.eggs and der; department=Wanchula or-I For. style.fit and service this line has no an SIM
poultry are,,never so low here and It Lam Klmonas and sacques >45G .perior and few equals.: JUST RECEIVED H'
wilt 'be many years before* the' sup p 1 To Make It Healthy 'worth 75c now-.. a new line in all the ,late and popular styles w i *
ply win be, The man who goes Into poultry raising -- -- '
'. tie East Coast are aa much entitled "
u'I'\bulne,1,must devote his to 'Comfort! and Immunity from pam
+ r time to It, u'well U anything else. an1' discomfort and sickness aa are \V. M. Burdin4. 3I6-3I8 twelfth St
If he does that he Is sure of success the1'people of any section of the conntryf : :
t DRUG aa there Is never: a time when eggs !| It therefore calls upon' everybody i .. -, i 1
and poultry are not In good demand.Gainesville I---- H
Sw' ) to start a crusade of death anadestruction .'
COMPANY ,,, against mosquitoes Since -.
Havana has been cleaned and made .f '
i A Progressive Farmer helUhy. any place or section,on the MrOysterand
Aoa. E. C.. D t1rOrt ,:who OWl1l.splendId earth may hope to secure health and Money TO Loan Chf'10U l
a plantation near'this city, comfort by similar means.; To make l :
presented the Democrat'with a beau- out> town. our homes' oar section Food''Our' ',Specialty ..
his comfortable and healthful let
tt al" collection from. "1place'eon.silting : nel'J'mali Lsea
of a peach limb with a,number ; woman and child devote every oysters bj plate, quart or Radon. ,,' .i
Medicine 'of ,peaches' almost: mature; a available moment of time to,rbe extermination ".
twig from'an'orange tree with bio* of the mosquito pest. Kill On Short or' Long lime Mew boon "UP 12th S eet..Miami Flora t

some. and ,small oranges;. a coat tassel evfery moaqulto.and break up every 4 .
In medicine careful : branch from ft: pepper plant foil I possible or probable breeding plaee.- I
ot young pepper;' a limb from a mul->.ForJ Pierce News.' .., Easy PaymentsDade Investigate Before ;
in whit:you buy and >-- hvestlnlf

where buy 1L It is ,,'{ I
.
you IAsMIAMI:
: :
1 1 ; A| FUTURE f Wind Power j
not only important that Co. Security Go" 'r
d J ,"., ... *y ; .
I you-get jhe" best'vl1.ues tiJ r.sl: Has been adopted by the beat' people of the,country. a*the "
but, also that you"get :Editor'' Metroplls:, Has'Miami a tab same simple' remedy applied all 'the cheapest power for taisinjr water. Note the'people: who hare'them ... '
,. '.... time-=day and night. Burkhart ,. they could have steam gas and hot air too if they want. ;
nrev"Well.-1should'
goods that give you ,. .UT.I [Miami has so many advantages and e4 it. I handle the beat mill made and make af specialty ot this \' \
I-Can a Juck twin? Do bees loin flowere : potjits of Interest that It ,would takeawhole business and with my pump mechanism thai I have just bees '
esultswe'have .
satisfactory ; ,' or"a child. like candy. ? 'What's book.to enumerate them. I, LOCK' AND .GUNSMITH granted patent on. twill guarantee to doable the capacity :
,a reputation for I the matter'- :,with *11'of- n.'every mat, ...;... stranger shah only mention a Expert Repairing value and life of any! wind mm outfit., Any. infringements* : 1ill'tf.f.' : .,
womaa' and child combining our ,few\ of' the many first: It I.' one of prosecuted. v.
furnishing satisfactory brains .tail few places that all strangers win Avenve C between 12th and 13th,St. 1 :
and elbow-grease .raise the
and Reliable Goods either stay In or return to; second: ..1\
population. our beautiful and popular It)(>.has become the mo.t.beautiful. romantic .I'Caught Cold White Hunting'.'Burglar C.M PERRY; Cocoanut Crave,- Plo -
all the year round .resort city'to- and popular 25.000-by 1910 the}world for six months In the year; Mr.'Win..Tnos.' Lanorgan, provincial '7
With our many advantages'over the tblfd:' Ita the nation's gateway or coiuuble. Chaplean. Ontario, says: I
rest of the'1I"Orld the Idea Is simplicity thoroughfare to Cuba the West In- 'I caught a severe cold while huntinga eeDr.Burrihamt
FINE CANDIES luelt What Is It that makes New dlof] and South America. burglar In the forest swamp last : 4
.. "AND CIGARS.:. York the world's metropolis? The 1: By the Mime< the F, E. C.' Railway fall Hearing of Chamberlain' Cough 1 ,4
1, concentration of brains, elbow-grease has reached the Island City.- Miami. Remedy. I' tried It, and after suing t
and money.,What Is ft that makes Atlanta the pride of our heart.,.will not only two small bottles I was completely
(the South' metropolis? -*ne belong to''u., but will be the pride cure d.- This remedy Is Intended es ] The Miami> Surgeon and Specialist
i : same remedy applied seven days In and/ joy of the entire state, the whole I. pecially for coughs and colds. It will _
'Tel.,3. Cor I2'St.. .Ave. D- the week, thirty-one days In ,the sonny south and one hundred million loosen and relieve a severe cold in '
.. :. : ., month; and three. hundred and'.ixty. American.Christian people with a less time than by any other treatment, u 701 are a sufferer from any Chronic Disease !ulc .Tumors, Caace'ra
five days"In;reach and 'every year. population too large to put on thisnarrow and Is a favorite wherever 1U riper or any Blood Disease..,,Catarrhal Disease of Head Throat
Whet has made Jacksonville thu piece of paper.. lor excellence has become known. For Lungs Stomach; Bowels; Dvspepsialndiffestion. Rectal -' ';)it
state's metropolis and will give It a WOOD sale by Biscayne Drug Company and
We are NowReadyto: : furnish! population:,o:' looOOOn '1915 This 11iiaml. Florida, May 5, 1906. all druggists. Diseases, Female DiseaKaj

Tribune. Sncll. ., ', All Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopa c Medicines .. '

and \ large stock of Specially. [ptepared remedies for
Special'TJ
L and"other'snakes

'v, Ladles Maid Always in AttealdaaieUpstairs ..

; Bicycles : in_Metropolis Building- From'9 a. m.
J, ,



r y Ohase & CO.I Chas k& Harney ;

y1 I91 !I ilR rR I II

.. I SUCCESSORS TO

s pt N 3HASE fifHARNEY, IDC Fire I
as
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The bicycles and other
; .
goods ire the best standard I FRUIT AND Acc dent cUd .'
VEGETABLEPACKERS
goods nth market
;
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Hartford and other Tires. Tornado
{ ,Cash Dealers In ,
Coaster Brakes fitted to old I I '

wheels All work guaranteed CrateI I II IIisut nceFIDElITY

'' Best new wheels for rent ,
N C I I Material
231 12th Street. Blue Front at BONDS
;
.1
4 Picking ud TuelioQst "

:Carroll & Clark INION SQUARE SHOWING T IL CLAUS S PR ECKELS BUILDING AND OTHER STRUCTURES j I East End ILol Riley ,,Doct.I OLDEST AGERCY 11 IIII

WHICH WEflt# WRECKED BY EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE.

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.i DAILY MI 1HI W TROrUkl oAlUrtUAY. MAT ivuo i' PAGE SEVEN" ,


13NTENNIAI( OFSEVENTtiEGiMENT' t I MAYOR'S$ PROCLAMATION.)() ,

A resolution of the city council ot
Goods Store ; I the city.of Miami, providing that,tAt -.
iEmpire ry Dry .i proclamation 0: the Mayor of said MEstateBargaiiWe

city giving notice of an election to I II s,
i be held in the city of Miami on the I

I fourth Tuesday In May A. D., 190,
: -fr' : same being the 22d! day of said month ,
; N Beautiful line of I for the purpose of submitting to the

f Ladies'TrimmedHats NEW THIRD YORK OLDEST NATIONAL 1 1 MILITARY GUARDS ORGANIZATION i II city qualified the Question registered of the voters Issue, of and sale said offer a e. choke properties:; the "a xt;1O dogs i t

of One Hundred Thousand Dollars a* follows (
i |p THE UNITED I ($100,000.00) of city tends, be spread r

also readyto : upon the minutes of this council and 2 I Iota, 50x150 on raVed street. In fine part of city, each......>M7SJOt.
STATES, IS BEING CELEBRATED 1 that the be
same published for the
period 1 lot on 10th strt near'Av. C, a .. ... I500
Hats of of thirty days prior to said elec- I' big. bargain at, .... ., 1

wear tion as required by law 3 lots on Fifth each............... ... .. .. ... ......14SO.OO

MJSThe 1, Be it Resolved by the city council House and- lot on tIt) street g rooms; tine. place, easy terns'. |.1 0dIth ,fi
every description Seventh 1 of the city of Miami: *
New York. One-half lot on T relfih Street, for .... BOO
Regiment. N. y$N. G., the third That 'the following proclamation of I
r Come in and see oldest military rot torganliatlon in the the Hon. Joan Sewell .mayor of th. Elegant home on street......'..-.....' .'. .. .9000.eelllng a

{, country it celebrating Hi one-bun- city o: Miami, at this the regular II
dredlh birthday f1: In Harmony wli. meeting of the city council of said -
i them. the Importance [:i>t the anniversary, city, held on the 19th day of May, A. Riverside. .lots.... .an / rapidly, but, we have a few, choice IIr
*
< .1 the high (landing:: and brilliant history D.. 1906 which said proclamation I* L : :: left at'the ,following prices:
,
:, of the regiment and the prom In the following' words and figures. < I il'

All the latest shapes, inence of its former and present officers to-wlt: Corner Iota on Twelfth Street...... .n... .... .......... ..$.2110
tile'celebr, on was planned to Special Election: Proclamation of .
be an nnusuallytifrUllant? event of a UaJor.of.tJle tlty of Miami and No- Inside Iota on Twelfth Street.... .... ..... '.... :.... .:....!1000 t'

a styles and sizes in scale worthy of |lie occasion and the tics of the same. 'tnlldl, lots on other street...... ...... .....;'.-;.... .....:,tlIO

history ing feature of the of regiment.frhe celebration The open will To and the the Voter, Public of at the Large city: of' MiamI I Corner lots on oth.,.itreet........ ..- .... ......:... ....'..$,ooo

men's hats, both felt: be a parade of tb'
Avenue this aft .HIoon. of Miami, .in conformity to Section Remember; that water, sewer, light, paving'an4 street railway!! wfll a
Col. Daniel Appleton, the commanding 6, of an 'ordinance passed by the city paN
and straw. Also pbig officer of the regiment "... o council of the city of Miami on the I be down there In, the sex: sixty.days. :"

t J the grand marshal' and hundreds of 11th day of April. A. D.1906. and signed ,f .11.!
former membera -of the regiment, now F. H. Wharton. president of the I
line genuine in active berviciu toe regular army city council attested by M. R. Kellum
or other mllUafyj; organizations via clerk of said city and approved the
; ; march in the pomade with the regiment 11th day of May A. D., 1906 signed J. Hr Tatnm & C

:: Panama Hats at under th.|command o. Brigadier ,John Sewell, mayor and entitled: p.
General George: Moore Smith ol "An ordinance authorizing the Issue ,
the First BrlsaJd The war vetel of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of
$3.00 Bargain Prices., ass of the recUoent! will ba next ; City Bonds of the City of Miami ,

line and after teem will follow the State of Florida: Authorizing an EJection -

former memters of the regiment in for such purpose and providing ,

Ladies whitelawn civilian dress, L! alphabetical orderof the method of holding such election
their companies! The Seventh and further in conformity to the city PomonaNurseries
;: suits at prices that Regiment will ifearch In the rear of charter of said city hereby give notice :
-
: the column. t&i veterans 'will form and the same Is hereby proclaimedthat -

ec cannprbe duplicated In the new armory 'of the Seventy- a Special Election will be held
.? flrsr regiment,'Jtn Thirty-fourth Si, in the city of Miami State of Floe wanting; !
Those orange
y in Miami. and Park'Avenue;} The veterans will ida on the fourth Tuesday In May I
carry canes supplied to them'by the A. D.. 1906, the same being the 22d! and =TREES
i Also an endless committee. Th* parade wall marchup day of said month for the purpoie of ;1. : Grapefruit ; j
. submitting to the qualified, registered
.. Fifth Avenu J.o the Seventh Regiment ;

1 vari tyof umbrel- Armory !$ Sixty-fourth street voters of of the the Issue City of of Miami One,.the Hundred question and those contemplatingplanting grove in the future, should invest-.:
and Park avenue J! gate our st?ck. We are now booking orders for present cal
a of .War Tart, who has Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of and future and ;
j las and" parasols,. been Secretary appointed fas, the representative the city of Miami State of Florida. planting are offering t

for men,: ladies of the executive{ other for this distinguished occasion in;;No said person election shall who be is allowed not a registered to vote the finest(stock :f trees ever grown ItJ Dade'County:on high
Gen. Grant' anti i I
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,\. voter of the city of Miami and a resident
': f : 'and'children.largest officers of the Singular: army the militia and ,a of said city and who shall not pine and_ high bammocklands.. We 'inrite number high-officer'of
: i o. own "real estate situated 'within the
,
y f ,11Io will review the Dltrade from a reviewIng limits of said city upon which the our nurseries at d examine the, trees We have all tAe 'leadTrees-
,
.
: erected line of I/
the ; ; *
't stand along I taxes have been paid for the
yea. M2d'he.t '1lareties'
The :and march ,on Fiftb..3lveuue. 1905; and who shall not 'w a qualified tag Orange, atJ 'Gnpehuitl ; '

"\ In d>.i eveninj a big banquet, of elector In all other, respect under the +
Budded either Sour.
Orange or Kough'jLemon .Roots '
; :''cheapestline: :of more than'ftfteeft-hundred covers, will" charter of the city, and the ordinances ; : :
"I--* 'C -ji be'spread :Jnr the l drill halUof. Ut ClI thereof. "?' .,.... \-" .', rI
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Seventh Regiment Armory. Among The Inspectors and clerk, who shall 1 '
[ a underwear to be the prominent f:Jbrmer members of conduct said election shall be as follows ,I ,
the regiment, who ,will be at.the banquet : inspectors A. J.' Kolb, R. J. Nurteriea located .n section 3, 2 miles west of Miami ; rock road' ,)

: : found in any store 'and are expected; to,deliver addresses Mathers, and Chas. A. ,Mann; Clerk, also near Little River arid Fnlford. By securing :trees-from home:
are Major. General W. A.Kobb. John HJ Cheatham. nurseries jon take no risk jf importing WHITE FLY or other insect;; -
! -v south( ..'> U. S.' Aj: 'retired and many The polls shall be open at 8 oclock diseases. This is an important matter which should not be overlooked '
: Jacksondies = others. J fjf and close at inn-down. Large illustrated catalog with prices and descriptions ofjvarietiet[:

The large drill" hall has been.beanHfnIryMeeorateftlor The ballot to be used In saU eJecUon mailed free on appThe ication. -A" \ v*,
.a- 1 t"- 'vI1 e--tf r both* la- the occasion aid shall be' prepared by the 'city I i'

>0/-. will present } brilliant, scene ; this council ::and shall be In the following
& { evening.: Cotf| )angel Appleton"'the form: "For City Bonds" and Griffing'Bt6S: Co. *
'gent meJ .
present commanding omcer of the regiment "Against City Bonds.
1 tWe ; who wlitlbe the boat of the .The Inspectors appointed to conduct ;;| :

evening, and will preside, has served said election may require each elector ,
+ Leal QlKciti Unle Krer\iaJ\ Mltta Florida
]
are headquarters for all kinds of hbsiert_for :sixteen years-with! the regiment; rising offering to vote at said election to ,..
I I furnish proof that said elector possesses .
[ from the ranks, .through; the I -' :
Ladies and Gentlemen grade of corporal and sergeant. He i the requisite qualifications as. herein '

f was commlsslontd a second lIeuten- defined. -
'ant' In' 1876 a :iaptain In,,,1879 and a Said election 'shall be held at the j 1

; .Empire: Dry (Goods: Store :colonel The four In1$891 original companies of the city That hall said In the One city Hundred of Miami.Thousand Fort batlas. !

: i Seventh Regiment were mustered In Dollars of City Bonds, provided\ the Laud Company
it 327" Twrffth StreeU Miami Issuance of the same beconfirmed, by
celebratlon''waisent.
fotThe
May 61806.
A.. .,', I } two-third of the voter;"participating -, .
for today,;however, a* tomorrowwill '
In J. -.. "" be Sundayp .The first tour conspanics : '. .. .
.
-,- .'- were 'recruited at a time, o: shall be qualified Issued and as sold JlerelJL'PJ'eIcr11hd.In the several, : .- .' -, ,: ( "

great national 'jltrIL British men-of- amounts and for the municipal '- '
a 1 A"PLUMBING.PROBLEM,- war were firing upon aU 'enforcinb as follows, to-wlt: purposes Has on its Lists f i .
the right to search American vessels
Is simple""at oar shop. Hakes dif For the purpose of constructing t
& no and as the Federal government resented and maintaining system of sewerageor !

'.fereacei j how Intricate 1 plumbing such. action''ItJ; bombardment of" the for,- ther1l'l.tt promoting the health ,
i
Job may be we can solve. It with"neat city aDd r a'-generalattack.by' ', : the of the' city to the amount"of Thirty
mess and cUl, atcb. U It wasn't so we British was feafed.;t '' ; Thousand Dollars, ($30.00040). to be some particularly attractive cites for
The four companies were attached called and known as Sewer Bonds:, I ,
'.. wouldn'thave, the long-list of good'' to the Third aii4 to the Eleventh regiments .For the purpose of opening.widening, both residence and business p111'pese. 4
citizens .we work, for a* references'. In tnrn'.ajnd: formed a battalionIn and paving the streets and sidewalksof :

Dont worry over plumbing problem 1824when'iie Marquis de Lafayette the city to the amount of Twenty : An investment in Miami real ,
j
visited! tife United States. He Thousand Dollars ($20,000) to be '
> But nb nJt them to as. Work 1*. excellent''anj : I estate
low. i made the suggestion which was called and known,as Street Improve is safe; sure :of quick returns, t
., "' -- prices. .adopted that .jibe various militia organizations ment Bonds. 1
" be,;Consolidated in a National For the purpose of erecting a public J' i

H. P."SCRUMS_ A .CO. Guard ahil constituted as was building to be constructed of Miami ,
P- the citizens' soldiery of France. The rock to.the amount of Twenty Thousand -

Btu. AveaM. four:companies!were a I part -of 111.TweutJvut Dollar ($20,000), to be called and : JOHN I B. REILLY. J. C.' INGRAM AM. z.
; Regiment, which' to1$47'took'the'iiame known as City Building Bond. R "

of the Seventh. For the!purpose of establlshlngjnaln- Land 'Vice President Fort'Dallas t
Agent :Fort -
t!. -- The title "Major Sitchert Batalion" taming and equipping a Fire Department Dallas
waa also appUc4 to the organisation. to the amount of Fifteen Thousand -
Company, Miami Florida. Land Co., St: Augustine.
RITTY BROTHERS Since its final' reorganization the Dollars $15,000), to be caned and ; .'- .,.

Seventh has' been especially conspicuous. known as Fire Department Bonds. ,
;J;:' Its services have been tendered For the purpose of opening,:'con -
t!'. I to nation, State and city on structing, and maintain public parkland t
: promenade, located within the
many occasion 'the regiment wa
Machine Shop on. duty, as part of; the army for'the city limit, to the amount of Fifteen '
defense of Ne.i York In 1807 and 1808. Thousand Dollar $11.000). tar be called
1Ugents When the .war;of 1812 was In progress and known a* Park and Promenade Miami!Business D'irectow

v: It was- on garrison duty many months Bond. jf _
for the New. Era Gas :'Engines. Gasolene on Gonmor'.;;,) ud Bedlow's Islands. Said bond shall be lined In five .
* It volunteered;jit* services In the Clvtt different terle. to-wlt: :The Sewer f r
and kerosene V SPECIALTY Bonds, 'numbered from one to thirty : .
repairing
engine War and In 1W1 marched to Washington The Out of Town Buyer, and those within the city will find In the
where .It; served three months. inclusive; Street Improvement BondsIn list b.low the addresses of Miami Merchants under)
In the Spanish/American war the a" series numbered from one tot..eutf tlassifi.d- heads for ready reference.. JI ]I|
I r General Repair Work Seventh offered itself as areglment Inclusive; City Building Bond L'-
in a series from one to twenty, Inclusive
subsequently its
and many o members .
bond In I' .
Fire a
Department
96 SEVENTH STREET MIAML FLORIDA' went to the front lathe regular series from; one to fifteen Inclusive; K. L. BRA.OY A <<:-. .. .. ICRIVlJ :
. army or as as.officers In other regiments : '
I Park and Promenade Bonds In a series '
of volunteers.-* Many men of social Freak FralU and Vegetable Dealer In Drags. P** vt{ M.d :
from to fifteen, Inclusive. Said
prominence hare been members of the one < .toe*. Toilet Article*'PBtatie.l.c
bonds thai be Issued la denomination Uth Street. Cor.. ewe D. Miami, Ha. _
Seventh. In Abe Civil War 616 of Its
of One Thousand Dollar 'each and ., nOT Avttne D.MRS.. i 1sn 1. Ttls
members became officers and In all Grain .
W.HJ. BrownSanitary Fancy Orocer Hay
shall bear Interest at the rat of five ..
the'regimenti fcat contributed .
more per cent per annum and shall mature and kape** Fertiliserj. E. C. t
" than 900 officers to the regular
'I: army. and become payable,thirty yean Real BEct)
from the date thereof and shall be
Humajj Blood.Marks E. LUMMU;! Suite 2. 4. and K
sold at not less than.their par'valus'Witness
!II tale of horror was told by marks my hand and the seal of Dealer In Grioceris. Grain 3201-2 Twelfth street j Miami Tla.: .
of human blood.in the come of J. W. ;
D. irertlllxen.
will the city this 19th diy of AprilA Hay and WILSON A HUDDLESTON
Williams a ,known merchant of
noa.i .
,
Bac. Ky. He|writes: "Twenty years i John S.w*lL 135 Utk street. j Miami fla. Real Estate .sad Innraae, *
ago I had seyete hemorrhag.es of the I i .
Plumber Mayor of the City of Miami. 120 1J Twelfth street Miami, WIt
lungs and was;near death wuen I began -
Attest: M. R. Kellam. THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.
taking DtC1ng's New Discovery.
9 (Seal) City Clerk A. J. CAMPBELLDealer
It cures hemorrhages chronic coughs Dealer In a4.rl.e, Hay and In Dry Goods j ClotaIng.
4 settled colds fin,! bronchitis and Is QrWor.
the only kno* 1019' Ave. D Miami Every bottle'guaranteed (by all drug the Miami Furniture Company's storage D kuml. I'lLTHE
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_pricesfv/iU r : o"it./: .,:propose,|b.fit out:the rest; of f the:people in Dade County this week, who could,
eo' not leave their business: l last week; we haeliaq a number,to send us word crhol open this sale'oteweek'
:Ipnger.so they Ul ,get to.town to fit themselves! ( out.. We'have granted this request and oiler' ;

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cording to Lema, a fleet of ships, .f It VOTE fOR: JAS. F.JAUDON s

about thirty Jn number. The fleet Ik .
_ AND CUBAN FISHING It BEING composed of everything from the barkto ,
the small boat In a few hour
jf RUINED-SENSATIONAL STORY run with a fair wind they are off the
Florida keys. There they hide along FOR '
OF THEFT FROM FLORIDA WATERS patrolled seek
the Inadequate coast
PUBLISHED BY THE HAVANA ing refuge in the channels of the 1 .CLERf .
keys and along the shoal waters --- : I

POST : -In two days the larger ones often :. .
takes as much as 24,000 pounds offish ,
!i! because they do not hesitate'to Sj
'''It. use everything from the deadly trap :
,. to'the creeping trawl. Then come. NII,0 d'Sf
!! The following sensational story of the easy evasion of the United States
'I*Cuban poaching of fish among tie patrols, the quick run to Havana and .

.J 1 Florida keys, appears in ,the,Havana the disposal of the Ill-gotten cargo, no Have ever to the Clerk's office under its .
you gone present
vlvores, those
The boats are mostly < .
SJPoit of April 30,.and If.true, should which supplied with floating 0 1 .
are
}bring *: batty response'and preventT !- 'i crates to keep their cargo alive fog ..J management and requested a notation, to be made on the margin '

flv*. from the. United, States author- the market '
fifes: Appeal to Government"An of a mortgage of a satisfaction which c iuld be done lawfully ,

J'Tb. United States Is being robbed i, appeal, says Lema, was made
rot Its fish by poachers who thereon. to the Cuban government It.... In :: and been told you would have to g to some Abstract ,
; the of to tie Jetritnent the form of"a petition tnat was sign- ,
Havana
feed city
J|_ of this city The Cuban govern- ed by the majority of the Cuban fishermen : Company and have ,it drawn up, then filed? Have you ever requested '
a little army of 300 men. A
1inent.Is being robed of a direct loss' delay followed In answering and when the clerk's certificate regarding the correctness of any j ,
>vin revenue and the death knell of it came'there was a polite letter from
I Cuban fisheries has been rang unless the official in charge to the effect '
'" ? If have you will remember how well succeed-
lt can be stopped."! that there was, redres at this end paper yon you
"ThIs Is the emphatic statement inasmuch as the Cuban patrol Is of '
e i by Manuel Lena one of the necessity small and the fishermenwho : edt Tha -..comes of electing men to office tQ serve your interest .

st Intelligent of Cuban fishermen, poach are all aware that if they i .
lives at Pecan del MorrpAccording ., are taken in by the United States I. who after getting the office make you serve him, and who is N ,
-" to Lema there are 9,000 they will be finej and confiscated. ,
i pounds of fish as a minimum and IS00 ,- "The poachers claim that they take I ,financially interested in abstract compani If you should ,
; pounds as a maximum, consumed I fish outside the three-mile limit and '
;j In Havana dally. Of this amount that they are therefore taken on the
1. elect me to the office of Clerk I promise you that I will ALWAYS -
'' from entitled.
-folly 80 per cent are poached the high seas,to which they are :
$shallow waters of the Florida shoals "The contention of the local fishermen "
have in mind that I should be YOUR SERVANT ands
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(Mwith. some additional poachlll- from which .they assert they can .
.-,,,the sound of Yucatan. prove, Is that the fish that'are landed .
f'If. i'Tbe proof of the poaching Is In the on,this market are not a "high 'sea put"there by YOU.to attend YOUR busines I am not 'seeking a'
h .themselves. There are two i fish." / .
classes of fish used ,In this- market -It is probable that such a demand < the office which was CREATED by the present CHIEF: 0 .
the cherna made that the United States
"f and widely known, as wQl be
:||f American and the cherno creo1a..'De will take the matter up and that the : : DEPUTY but the office that was create L by the PEOPLE '
|6 latter Is the choicest fish of the two. Cuban government will discover some '" :
,TIle cherno Is not"* deep water fish, means of protecting her little fleet"If -' fe I .r
: long before that "Voluble Citizen"i cair to this county. rs
Ig as Is shown br the fact that he live } ,
i for'several after taken. are going 'to pay out your .
| f days being yon ( 0 Vat
I i; Ha Is caught In from nine to twelve. good money.for a machine,..why sot .. ;. : Vote for. X : JAS.. F. JAUDON '; ,
j|* fathoms'and Is a habitual of the botj -; get' the best Other makes are good : '
tomL. The cherno Americano does, bue we claim for the STANDARD all ; .
i :aot exist.here and yet they, are laid the good qualities of others and many : ,: : : '
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!j- :to-be' the most commonly seen fish additional ones. If yon really want .
i 5-In the local markets. the best machine made call on'-u. : : I ; : ,
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'I ft J, .' a the- several ie1ectlOD; ;'uair1 .. at-the .tello. Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling

Among the' ,0 most important office to be filltd-in: the approaching- hours fixed t'J.Y! the,general ,election I place school house J. B. / Lasseter J. E. Lummu
law. The 'following named personsare .Precinct No. 14-Inspectors: WJL TtMia'j- -
i and election will be that of a'Representative to the State Leg- ;
_,primary hereby :'appointed Inspector and Scott R. BlackwelJer and J. F. saxon Co.
iJalature.i, It is an office that should be occupied by a man possessing,.,clerks for the 'several election dls- ; Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place Grocery :
,:; Bore! than the avenge ability of a 'clerk, business man, wr professional trlcta: !if f.1! .... Saxon' store.Precinct :

Precinct Na. Inspectors: N. H. No. IS-Inspector*: M. A. Staple and Fancy Groceries k
eaa. Parka,' H. SU! Stypmann and B. G. '"
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'should'possess the highest'personality possible for Marshall, B. Alsahrook and j"
Such a man BalL 'Clerk#{Curd Schroeder. Polling, Prose; Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Polling FRUiTSand VEGETABLES :
mach. depend upon>> the appearance conduct and ability cf making and place, Ball'||Itore. I ,place school house. ,
etaining friends He should be a 'sac"wen versed unparliamentary Precinct: Ddb Inspectors: Frank The TOtIq'aha11 be by' ballot on Our stock of,groceries i* complete and we think we supply
LW mad rule, and should be fully acquainted in a general manner with Bowers, P. JQtcnen and B. C. Miner. tickets furnished by,'the State and about everything required in the baking line. Our aim i ]ito keep
mditions that will arise and confront him during his term pt office,'ore Clerk: Jam!.j Hepburn. Polling ,place County Executive Committee, ant at only the best class of groceries and our price on them will be =
is in session, and above all be should be school housePrecinct /]j the close of such elections, the inspectors found to be right.: Goods delivered promptly to any,pa rt of the r
time that the Legislature
tfc S-Inspector*: FrankSheen. and clerk shall proceed to canvas city. Our frait and vegetable stock always fresh. Give us a canTelephone'20
man clearly conscious of his duties,, who will, accept and treat the JoehA. Dean and Dan Cosgrove. -I the vote In accordance with the I I ,
>ffice a* a trust, not his, but of the people. He should be a man above .. .Ciett' T. J. CamPbeU.PoJI.j State law. and shall at once forward 335 Twelfth Street,.Mieml, FloridaArmstrong's I
believe it at lag place, old. engine the returns to the Chairman of the
reproach, and ,one that, will do his,duty a* he sees and ,
Precinct eta Inspectors:' I Jess! County Executive Committee.The .
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Dougherty; ; $ L. Oarnett and T.'W.Palmer. : assessments to"be: paid by the tI
:$? Honorable, .':T7. Watson .has profittedbyexpertencetbat.great.teacheras Clerk: Cullen Pence. Foiling various candidate shall be u follows ..
,, representative from Osceola, county, and made a moat place. Porter Packing House. : I j

,'table record a* a public servant and a Florida, lawmaker. He has Precinct $e. Inspectors: T. M. Representative .............f 21.00
._i successful in business;, ,and by.which we must judge,,a* much a* McBa. T. i iji Haygood and, I. B. Clerk of Circuit Court ...,.... 1W.OO '
his to serve the people. Taylor. Clerk: H. B. -Hodges. PolIng Tax Assessor. .............. '75.00 Market r
y other qualification ability place, school house. Tax Collector .............. 75.00 P Meat
':.f& A resident of Dade county but two Jeara Mr. Watson has shown' an 'Precinct 'Xp.( Inspectors: J. I. County Treasurer .......... 75.00
Interest in its welfare and progress such as few other men have.' He Hardy D. Caasel and J: W. Pierce. County Commissioner ........ 10.00
ha* himself a good atizen and in every' manner is fitted to do Clerk: J. 11'i Umatead. Polling place Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00 PLACE I
proven IS THE;
"-, the.trust he seeks and if chosen the Metropolis Rouse's storePrecinct Justice of the Peace ..t...,, 5.00 : ; ,
Jwmor and; justice to ; : Ko. 7-Inspector: W. W Constable .................. 1.00
will be well donel Miami Metropolis March Why! enormous prices for fresh meats when
feels certain that his duty. Varshan Ed. T. King and EeryBryan. County Fish and Game Warden 5.00 pay yon
can choicest cut of Western and Florida MEATS
buy
13fhl906. Clerk R. A. Supervisor of Registration. 5.00
,. : Bryan. Polling
for much less money at Armstrong' Meat ) ,
place: Stranahan's store. AU candlate are required to ate a lateLPhone

;flf FKM COUNtY ,: County Tax Collector.Aaseuor of Taxea.. Wofford Precinct.!)-w.fo. Inspector Ire and J.'A.: J.Harp.B. appear written upon application the omcw to have ballot his on name the 161. Corner Avenue D and, 11 Street UYoungs'

County Treasurer. Clerk: J. H. Gllsson. PolInC"plaschool blank furnished by the committee, i
: DEMOCRATIC j' County Commissioner*. house;: accompanied with the fees above set
J.; Member of County Board of Pub. Precinct: !IXo. Inspectors: Paul forth with Geo. P. Bull of Gina Fla, ,
Instruction. Matthews, 1* ForneU and J. I. Peter Secretary and Treasurer of the County -
Supervisor of Registration *. aerkj:3.: A. Danghtry. Polling Democratic Committee, on or before

,f A meeting of the Dad County Member of the Dade County Demo, ,place, schdolDoase. the 26th day of April, A. D.ltOl Pharmacy '
Committee wa Executive Committee for Pr*> : Precinct: IQs Inspectors: T. L. The Democratic County Executive
"oeratlc Executive ,
: No*. 14 and 7. respectively. I Townley. Hi Data Miller and 8. L. Committee shall meet on MondayJlay
Jji Miami. JTa. on the Ktk Patterson. 1 Clerk R. McLendon..
of the Peace and l'Con : 21. 1906 at the County Court House,
?Itareb.1906, pursuant :0 a' la such district a* have,va, Polling plac:. lair bnUdlng. in Miami, Florida, and publicly canvas INCOXPOXATKD
*i Th following can J for a Precinct ![No. Inspectors.: B A the return and declare what
"tleetton wa adopted; towlt: Fish and Game "Warden. Potter Andrew Hardee and Jackson candidate are nominated by a major '
..:!J Notice I* hereby (1v"uthat .rule-governing said primary Peacock.* perk: J. W. Gallaway.Polling try vote for each county office and IB A Drug Store for The 'People
wIn. be a Democratic Primary shall be the.lame u those paetj: Shone' old store. what cases a second primary will
Pttoa held In the several by Democratic Executive Precinct: !to: 12-Inspector*: I .T. have to be held.
tricts of Dade county.' Florida{ 'at their meeting held la Stephen. W. J. Dangherty A. T. w. A. rn r.Chairman.. That's our motto, and it has been the means of adding hundreds .
?May. 15th. 106. and If on February 24. 1901. for DuvaL Clerk Thos. Mitchell. Poling .
June 12.106. for the ... unex,1 State Primaries so far U place, Tweedell'a BalL of new customers .to our Itst.Ve sell only the.pur.est a.
BaH.Democratic candidates State 'came shall be applicable to tt* Precfnet: mOo 13-Inspectors, Henry Attest: Geo. P. Bun. drugs., All prescriptions are filled by registered phanna-: '
E County, to be voted for by the Primary. Those and only Oossman. Sum, Anderson and J. Can Secretary. ctsts. We also carry the finest sodas and ice in the city '
",ocratic elector at the general person shaH be permitted to be- ,
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tkm to beheld November 6th candidate before or vote at, or u. .
:and to be appointed by the In the management of aid I 2 Doors North of creal
trie. Governor of the Stat election/who declare their ad-
late of holding such'primary << to the principles and organi: 1M. J. Yarborough
and the holding:of the oftheDemocratlcp.ut1. .nation W. E. Youngg: Pres
on. A. D. 1S08.! State and county, who are by the ,
: ;The following officer areecu of the State lawful electors of Co tractor and Builder
!sated ,at said & -election districts In which they .
Y1C : vote who have paid their poll E. A. Robinson
'-*'.1 Representative In' Congress, legally.due not lea than ten Builder of the Palm Beach Hotel I.
,load Congressional District before said primary election, nd
f-J; Justice of the Supreme shall when challenged by an elec<< -
lit'* Railroad Commissioner, pledge In, writing upon oat),"''be- ouse Moving a Specialty Electrician .i
Contracting
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; ;Member of the House of any Inspector to abide by and
;tattves. the result of such primary.and I I Miami. Florida I
1 Clerk of"Circuit Court' for 'the'nominees thereof. 101 'Ave. D Miami Florida
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--. Overdraft x-a. di.co MCind and ....-.,.... ... 571.s.5 Mr.:Carl Larsen. .' : F. Tarboroogli and brother went I \
.., U.S. Honda to MCII clrnUtioal 5M04M (en of the trtring ton Hallandale this moraine to jet stjle
>....i...OB 0.8. Bo d _-._.-- -_' 3000.0037.7U.70 launch there Designers of the latest Spring hats
x _.__ it town today on business.j left yesterday Ton
BoM..ec.ntia.etc.-- ia silk dark straw and
___ lightweight
Ba..C IHMIM.firaitcra aid Actira* JXOOO.OODM i' I of a detective ipark-plnc. ,
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DM from Naiuwal Baak(.ot reee.apata. _) ._ ZJ,555.10. fault remedied, they will come on I material..
(E DM from Stall Bank aid Baaker.. ... &73/11 ? Wanted Clean cotton f
from approred reserve ae.ta--'7. M office. )' Bay expecting to arrive I
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Xitioeil Bank ,
...... Tailoring Department
rractioul paper c.rv -cy uckk.andse.ts. | Mr. A. T. Jones, one of --
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tawfat mover reserve '
Kede-tptuM f'vad with U.S.TnaMrer-Te per a.t prominent citizens of done at the Metropolis "
'f ,. >of circalatHM '. 2Joo.de business man of ability Is at reasonable rates. For, .street carriage and, evening costumes,
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Taal'i day on business and waist, tailor gowns and coats
f. LIABILITIES! talk politics a bit beore .... Harry McCown. and her '
if I 1 Mrs. A. E. Fonell left wt 232 TWelfth Street Miami
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Capital Mock paid .
Fi .,aad___ia.-""i"_- -- -,7u..vided -.-.... 7.0004, S Revival -services at. the to spend the next four.months I # r'JSpe
proflu teaeespna"Use _&_ 50400.00 s o06 3NatlaaIBa.kXoteeoet.uedina + E. Church tonight. pant of Georgia. Mr. ,
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DM to Stat.Baek.a.dBuker._ 4..44J and Mr. Fprsell are now
object to cb.ck--35J.&e 05Dera.d ; J of the fast Grass-
1..ideal4ep'-its A .I Miss Margaret ;Parrott.. growing
Certificat of depoatCertified 7Lu '
check._ Seen a visitor at Cocoanut -Club.
Gaiar'.ekecwoottudi.r __S.__M.U__ t3oed!! 5.05Toeal' ,
: f.'lnter.
,' :,, ,,_,____-)7a9LM' at Camp Blscayne
FIght for her home In. means"cafe tnvsa mss''
3s"! .' State of Florida.County of Dad,a*: i She will return, next winter V :
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C.Eomfh Catkin of the aba.* armed bask i duesFor
do Mle-mly I.Edward......that the above MaWBCat to trN to the beat F. Jaudon. on' of the candi =
.I mj.k-old aad belief Bro&sr wants to list )' for the very important office of .
y ,.. EDWARD C. ROM FH'Ca.h ler., i I f. of the Circuit Court for this t

Correct;tt_.- x.SHHANARAN EDWIN A.WADDELL'' I r L. S. Racier D. D.. and ,, this morning for Stuart. week
W.H.SriTXCR, Director*.. er, presiding elders of the jandon ls making a whirlwind I this: at The
N'b --S .J and will no doubt give his :
xlUt churches for the East ,
Seb.crlbedeed'.wor.'ntolifer.me' t1s:tOtb"4ay:of ji II left this1 .a stiff race..
.l.prI1.1901o. FrederrckH.Ra.d.3rNotaryR.blic. rlct morning'
7 IrT ammi.do..apitn Sept !,19a7. t.Y.F Mints[ Mr. Rader to 'Miami' Clothing Go's _Store"
I fro Lawler ,to West Palm, Clean cotton rags at taU
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1 1! Anything yon want done, .,'1
Gaston Drake returned this '
sewerage,landscape nrie t -(!
built, lands cleaned. See. from a two weeks' rlilt to 1 A large assortment of men's lines coats arid vtTeats.
"'I K1amJ., York and different points. Eli w6rth$ 50 at.............. .... ,| .......$1.00
1 : I ... R ;, { ,hand will no doubt be'sore to : .\ t.
J *' blue odd worth four dollars $3.00:1Tan :
caused by Its being shook by Fine serge 'coats 1
; r Sheriff Perils of friends who, are congratulating .and$4.50at ,:...:......... ....:....... .t..r..
; : who has been here for; : ,
days on business on his approaching, marriage. and grey mixture wool crash'suits,-single
I _; RLO ....44fi : ., office, left last/night',; : and. double.breasted models, worth $10 af..,.."..$7ioQA :rt
; In the contest Martin's
:, gross wanted on different. boys at I ,
:: .. ;:;". < : Us COWLt,. .' ComPany'w.i Gallery for the $15 talking few'odd summer suits, to close them out 'i
'. -, '.'- It goes W the highest. score rat.v.. .;............ .......f.-...'.. ,,.I.;,".....$5.00 I'1-
.0.. r' rossler. wants,to Dot. month Vt ., .. ,- ; I _t
Ii Light and dark grey &1lDe1.uita.OrthS1
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,. 0"-" f'.' '' t 1 L Xr.I.C.;: Meredith- In R will oeflost your rente-. .toSHMat.-_ : >4j..i.; .,<. .;,. ." .?
{ I- the gigantic scheme to. Fine black suits, well tailored. The kind that ,

Carries$ .many passengers climbs., more hills; foes just as' Clues ot the,F.!E. C.,Ran : ..wont- fade; rood $14 value at. :." "f.-".f"."f'..'''''S-1., AFID
-t fast; uses less gasoline and tire:. is safer and more easily Key West,went down'.to & .Kolb -weave blue- serge-suits:: Venetian lined, :

controlled just as luxurious ant comfortable and costs. stead" country*, =this, > ,- of: the very latest cut, worth 15.00 at. J.v... .. 13 ?
the 'there.
1t5. over operations :
less for repairs than 'many cars that sell for doable or treble : :_
its price.Send for the EEO. book that tells.why, 'II! "' : .. .Alin asirtmeat of. men's suits, in dark and $8.50 .
t f -- :51o REWARD .. light... ._ worsteds. and assimeres$10to$1Z.S0e. ': ,
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fie't11OO.. S year terms i .
'and'Iot'..i 1QOi strsH ba
:' "Avenue I and fcsy, .. .... '1..II ,. ) You Taking]
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.s 'j ...you thla-' Chances

a In.,Geats.,Summer 'Clothing and Shoes:, j f''' lots,:In Riverside, 'e"I, $350 i 7'

nI Wonderful i "? ,'- ... with roar life by riding U a'i
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and Ladies Skirts G011VQA COST ,, i=CURES asrw itamel.ck'sad 'tnssfc land l .etT :esrrlaxe.t Life Is too -,t4

4 ... .trees, fIMIt.M. south ty ,
;,.1.1"t. .1i c -
to risk losing It when for a r
nflamahonv Cuts; Brai 11 year tOO younfl taw '
:0ss. Chapped Skin.Ronrt ae. house and beautiful grounds M
Cty'Loan Office OPEPI :: IOnable sum you can have-ypn
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: heads, Pimples and )' reek road.-SUM.. You. oHeuW ,1. .ra
sz4T Complexion, .-soft,smooth view* at our ..... <.rlag repaired at
'. ...... Price 25c.Soi&'bytBlscayne'.Drug. ......... House and MO.trot* J. A. DANK
\ views of the bay for a eMrt \
I _I,. S4000-. t "ma r'5 USllevotlt, Street MiamiMiami '
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: 229 12th street Phone No. 157 and 112L Avenue D, Phone ,110 ?

.' I Watch. This Space. Garage and Stable 11 th.street, near,. vej E, Phone No. 100.'!I


.... For Next/ Thursdays' Sale, Horses, Carriages and d

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'-. for hire by the hour day week or"mo" th. Automobile u 1
1 $2.5o X2.50c I age repairs and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD an4' ]
: '.' f tomobiles.Freight unloaded and delivered. Special fadltiefi'Mfor '
moving heavy freight.. Omnibus meets every train. Bag:' "*
gage transferred. ALL orders receive PROMPT Attention.; j
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Magnolia Grocery Company FOR FIRSTCLASS

$3.00Resides Telephone. '84- ;Corner, ,tftenve .D and 4th Slreet.I ... HorseShoeing:

I AND DISEASED HOOfS'SEE''

L. F. LaFontisee '1708 7th :S.t;
this, patent'Gibson tie,we models, o
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'black kid .m. metal,' in ,variety of shapes-and designs. Wm. Curry's SonsKey
here
They are all shapes and leathers. at $2.. .;0 and$3.00 e

(Dade Co., Title, ,jlnsuran<

West FloridaHEADQUARTERS t

I FOR ::1 and Trust Company'

OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED

'. Ship Chandlery, Building ''Paid Up Capital,$75,000.. Surplus, $12,<

Materials Of All Kinds. Insures bud title. prepares abstracts of titles,loans and
invests money on its own account and for others. Acts as t
Coal and Ice_ Steam marine Railways, Machine ShoptForce agent attornej-in-fact trustee as ignee executor re e
utter, o( guardian. Address all communications to
All kinds'ot iring'Bo er and Steam Fitting can oe done at the
shortest notice,,in the,be t possible manner by expert skilled mcshicio S.' L,,Pattrsoo: *.Sec. .and Tr as. Miami i, Fit.


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c THE DAItV MIAMI METROPOLISSATURDAY MAY 5. .
KB PA.I ELIVIN s
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SHIPPING I SEASON UNOFFICIAL .. I


', IS ON. AT' DES RAY PRIMARY BALLOTFOR MattIngOd, Heaters


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THE INSTRUCTION OF ELECTORS '
: AND EVERYBODY IS BUSY WITH and Furniture.
IN THE DADE COUNTY
f ,- CROPS= POLITICIANS TO ADDRESS k' ..1

PEOPLE :THERE NEXT PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 11 Ili

WEEKOTHER NEWS Wit : be Sold at Reduced prices, for thirty: lays '

In order that the Dad County sea la the sailing of meat u van a* ta
other things ICs the c-naUty of ev
tore may become familiar irltk'the meats that wins new Meads std psv
; Oelray. May' h J. Grant Fenne form and arrangement of the name trans very day.' By the way,have yn 't
and Miss Nellie Frey? were-united In of the various candidate aa,they:wffl J' W. Watson : : D ever tried us on aa order for toast >,*
marriage Tuesday evening by the Rev. appear o; the oaldal ballot to}. voted Avenue ,, been W. der.c.'btat Florida( cat
Western beef to be bad. I
1 and the tin band was
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Mr. Leathermaa In the May primary we hue preparedan .
tout la full force. unofficial ballot which will be found J
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Mrs.. Sparks and ,sonfl. who have I I'T below.In ;-; A'. B. Doane'Prope
: been spending the winter here' left I .
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for their, home 'la Chicago.Tueshy.. I' signifying your choice for any '< ,
\:J. Mr. Sparks will remain Here until at'I' candidate the voter should rememberthat t "
; ter he harvests his pines. a croat mark most be mad before
{ The shipping'season is BOW on the candidate' name or oa the
i full, swing and every one Is busy. left hand side.' If the U' '
mad
cross
Miss Java Ross and Miss Lillian.1 Gor Grand Clearance
, Luther of West Palm Beach spent on the right hand aide the vote will I Sale
f 'Sunday here at ,the Chapman house.' not count for the office la which this

1 spend- error Is made.
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Any marks appearing the ballot
k.. her slater Ollle. ,left: for theYk i '
and
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., north Thursday where they will spend! (other,than. the crow) for ladeatto- Will Positively Close 'May 5th .
...r- the summer.: ; I cation' ar mutilation will InvalIdate : ,
'.t Mrs. Emma Stevens;: of Hartford.: same and t\e Inspectors of election. .
Coon who has spent the winter'lathe will not count the ballot *
.:.C. CHUlng- 3ur sale far has been the '
office of Attorney ,The ballot as prepared Is as follows: so most successful in our history and .
worth at West Palm Beach;fe1t for

f: the will west visit friends coast April a few 27th flays, where and then she UNOFFICIAL BALLOT suck! has been reduced considerably.. We will continue to sell at: he-


"ltJoin. at. Jacksonville Misses Ella and and sail OUle Sunday Chapman for Democratic Primary Election held b& cut prices until. May 5th, and. in some lines ,such as ladie's.shoes' ,

.New York on the Clyde Line. May 15, 1106. Precinct No. Dade where stock is badly broken in sizes off lower .
\.' ,' Mr.. Bowers la assisting our agent we 3r at prices than
..' [).(r.',Williams, through.the rush of tbb. County Florida. Makes crosss.(X) ever
shipping season. mark before the name of the candidateof i in]order to closeout by May 5th. Big bar ains. Come and seethem.Dur..

'!i!' Dr. Cason returned last week. from" .your choice. "
It .a' visit to'the West Coast. ?
Chase Co* SUgh Co. H. T. 1 I' .
fe"'" Moatgemery t Co. and the Planters' For Representative la Congress .
3. Packing Co. .are all very busy pack: Vote for One.FRANK. ,.
r 'lag and shipping,tomatoes.. '
Mr.)Tuesday W."N.' Gteasoa,la town,' of looking.Emu G&11Ie.'IIP8At after',( CL JUC. Paragon,:- Pants J\j\ en's Clothing

,- !Ws Interests here.. SUgh *; Co.'par- .For Justices Supreme Court j .

!;1 f I chased this season the first from shipment Mr. J.' S.of Sandy pines last for Vote, for. 'twO' : Pants;worth! six and seven dollars.everywhere. Men'' clothing'in-:Alfred, Benjamin. arid, SneU nberg, ,

: ;week. There were 36 crates Most? all sizes and some.beautiful worth,14. O, 16.00 and:I 18.00,
a ., Mrs., Bancroft speat. Tuesday la L TROW';L.. cr: Inn!.'. patterns-' select from. To f$4,95 In all piece worsteds In serges '$11 9 0 x
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.West Palm Ladles Beach.The AM of .the.M. EChurchheld ,CHAS. B. PARKHILL.J. : gdfor. : .. ': ; . and fancy? weaves.' : This sale I ., "
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a social la the. school yard. Tues* R
'day,evening.; .- .; B.' SPSIITI6Id-. best 3.50 and 400: men's: pants In ,Miami. :'.We A' few ,,men's suits in ten':and '[twelve' dollar' grade '

The'yoeng people:held their,usual, ," < hive a big stock ,of these and. : Only onemostly or two of a 'patternsmall ,
at their club $
hop ,
Saturday evening
IPOBE last "..k. .For R.aI1roI4OIIer, tho' t''all size "Yourcholce; a .$2.95 li sizes Price, $6.'g' 0 Yp

Dr.' J. W. Newman ot'West PalmBeach Vote for,two., .. . . ... :.. to close.MEN'S ,. . ....::,. x
la.,spending,the:week at the L. : t '
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Chaptnaa.House and livery busy.attending I THOS.. .'J. AFPLXTABD.. If.i *5- .
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to the dental work ,for all ; .
who are la.need of his services .' L
r Mr. Long of Boca Batons'troughthis ID. B.I I BAILEY.- J SHOES MEN'S SHOE; LADlffi..St10 :

.. family, Monday_ .to,.InterviewDr. -
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..Newman 4VBUrCa: E win and:$7 shoes. Walk-Over 'and Packards 3.50 ladles'
Messrs.-Vlddlemuaaad. ,'W Brtss. ;spent, ''Clapp$6, ,Big cut In I Krippendorf ,4
NBuaday' fa e'flsiiit -' :HUDSON'BURS.t .' Known as the best shoes on earth and $4.00 shoes. All )these. ;:In shoes. Our bargain counter ,of

*_ Mr., Mldaiemaa made a business :Only a few pair !eft.: OK' 'wide width. only.-To 2.50 and 3.00 shoes at :$1.95.There .
.!1 trip to Miami Tuesday night For'County: ;Representattre. .. 'Price.-- 5'- jj ... 2 95 k
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'i. Re:. Mr. Dwight Cameron of West Vote for.%one.. ; ? : go now :,being>only _a few pair left,.
-Paha Beach held services la StPaul's -" 3 $5.00. Diamond Brand shoesPerfection'in few of the 3.00 price to.close out A
Our 2.50 and
Only a
Church morning and returned ; ,W." WATSON.GEORGE | 65
iEr Sunday iT. : : these I
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few at, _. -
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fit shoes left. Allthese
r bonela the afternoon via wheel ) >wear most will probably ) ;
: Mr. J. E. Lngr.ham and Mr.Kirktoarce -- A." WORLEYi all( sizes andflve dif, i : be sold this week. To 3.45 '
the 5'
night Wednesdayat
,('.t, the'Chapman spent HoneMrs : fe entlaststoselect'. .. dose at. .,.. I- shoes; reduced to. 2-'fW o
For Clerk of.Circuit Court- : .
J, F.,Mitchell of Cocoa, la ta .' f' i
Vote for one.EUOENB .
? \town working la the Interest of the ,I t I. ,
'v -Lake 'Worth, sad Indian River Plnwabple -
f-" Growers4 Association. I H,' DOCCK.;l John B. Stetson and:Knox'5 and $6 hats for .$3.45 Scrivens Elastic Seam drawers worth 75c for.".l{.'6Oc !

$. .->'4 to'Dr.Deerfleld.Cason made Wednesday professional' evening.call I s.'..a.'nTra.'t, .Dayton. Railroad shoes;! worth' 3.00 for .,. ._. $2.45 Railroad{overalls, worth75'cents ,at. ... .... .; .6Oc '

iI'KIaa ,WHBams who was principalof F. W. "HAHN. *
of our>school, left. '.for her home on 1

HTuesday.' : Messrs., T.'WlaflelJ- { ,of Little Rev JAMBS F.' JAUDON.' y

"",er; 3., C. Pendleton. Lemon City\ ; Z.'T., MERRITT. The AnthongRO""fh CompanyForTcoanty
.jZ. D. Tweedell. of Cutler and""7ndge > ., '.. .< "
:<. ,Or A."Wbrley'of Miami stopped ovf
rer for,dinner Thursday their trip > 'County*Treasurer. ,
;:'via auto from West Palm Beach to Vote for one. .
: ')llam.' They made an appointment -. ,:' .
,to return here next week and hold a GEORGE O.;, CURRIEC. ..
s', meeting with speaking etc, of which : .Commissotier'DlstrictNo.
:'* 'the voters will be Informed.as to.date .:H.:RAULERS9N. '.,. m B., 4, Contractors '
..d'etc.,' .. later." Vote for lone.KOUt, Property Owners ,-
() H./B. -NeaX of Daytona assistant For Tax Collector, i -' '
-.route,: agent of the,Southern:Express Vote'for,'one. :/ ifONROE. Jf 1 t
.Company, spent ,Thursday ,la town -. you don't ;want to SAVE MONEY g
'their &>bce.' i iF E. ;:iG.-; :TWJ&IELL.: +
checking! up
:! T..N..OA.t1TIElL. re cant help If do
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it -- i 'you you, ., come .
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Tim' :.:: HOUSEKEEPERS CLUB ,.'T.'J.: HARDEE.' 'For Member County School Board The ,

J'': :Program for. the Month of May'Is ,Ant : For Tax Aeies or. Vote. for>bj me..; First District I. ,A. McDonald( Co.'

... J. .nounced' "otefor'oDe. },' .
: '_ HERBERT, PENNA. OCIL, ai d buy. building material
'LeafT
y The program of ahe Housekeepers'i ,GEORGE O.BUTLEL. .: your Loiig
l\ i Club at Cocoanut Grove for the month '
.-" of May la as follows: For Member County School Board How Pine and .Cypress of all kinds
For County Comm1ll1oner' Second District.-
May 10- Book reviews In which i District No. 1., We also ell Lime Brick kinds Sash
: Vote forOne.J. ((4 ). Cement Door
: )lra. Ralph Mnnroe.; Mrs.Robert Mills I I'ot' ,
,."1 :Mrs Grace Manlore, Mrs. R. S. Stew.: .Vote for one.HARRY -. Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires '
: $ ANTHONY sa.
: I art, Mrs.,, 0. .G. Smith.: Mrs A. R. at lowest possible figure.
if J UBOIS. : f
., ,Simmons will take part,. J' .
: 'it: '. May 17The club win entertain For Member County School Board You Kno\ where
CHAS. W. lePHERSO we are 14th Street. Miami. Florida'I'
i.- : pj Third District. ..
,the members of the Ladies Aid Societyof I .
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, : Cocoanut Grove.' Vote. forp:;: .>ne.. t I -
,'(1" May ?4=y Reading' of Current For'Corny Commissioner :
b:' :'Eventsled by;Mrs.,Grace Manlove.t .. District No. I.. w-j! ;. FARIS. Lofton ,
-? May 31-A musical social. Vote for one., ;1 & Einig
st'" To aU of these guests are most cor- -. For So|>errlsor of RegistrationVote ..
is. 'tfially Invited by,the President: and GEORGE B. BAKER. for,Dne The rush b over and while yn tan '
> :'members of the club. -
.lTi.', wtLLLUI HEW. I J.t.: BURTESHAW. i the ttne, drop la and take a lost at
's Machine
BATTLESHIPS RACE Shop
I our .tI.D. line of Woolena. Dost target
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PAUL c. JONES CttI RLES GEIGER. i iII
""; From Guantanamo to New York"-Missouri the place. Across The River.
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II FodC"Fish and Game Warden I'
Won Race
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For County CoDlD11Uloner JOHN SEWELL A BRO
District No. 3. ,Vote forgone. \Vill repair short notice.
engine
-.i' 1\ew-York. May 5''':'The batleshlp0Keaneage Vote tor' one .'. I Headquarters for smart TaHoric your on 4
Wc.
[ KentuckyMissouri and > HULL'For 336 Twelfth street Blacayno Blocs Gas Engine Men.Vi
Maine haven rrlveJ here, from R. L; 'WALLT Expert ; carry

,: .'Ouantanamo mand. Their, Admiral funnels:Evans'are black' la com with A. tis FIELD.. I Tenth Constable.District I dynamos, coils, plugs, batteries f' wire, '

>t soot and bUTt paint the result of.ran: Vote fo oe. switches
G. M screws .
i 111C. DYKES i ? .
AH the money on the ship- were I For. County Commluloller Ioi N F. DEBERRY. u'
,jy. wagered on the result The Missouri I District No L 334 Tenth Street
tr 'will probably, off .the honors In Vote for one. VT''JI. MORRIS. I
carry
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... r 'speed and target practice; her crew I All kinds BlacLsmitbing and. Repair I Lofton & Eilnig i:

''having,;'wfth;the<< made twelve thirty-ceres Inch guns'straight, and twelve hits I I i. $ ._A. LEE' ALLEN.. SAMUEL ROU DTREE. _I Work. Wagons Built to Order i(

'* HORSESHOEING A
;;;;,'straight fills with torpedoes ,J. HOLLY.; j.' '.WILSON.sSy Specialty.

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jneceUlty for protection from cold and

'' QUESTIONS ANSWERED !there;4s thus a saving of about $300

:an acre which to the cost of shedding -

:furttiij' north. There are tea to twelve
I thousand plants to the acre, and the Bank of : 'Bi'cdyheM
iformation of Interest to the Prospective Settler I frul&jbrings; in the neighborhood of Bay ;

Concerning Miami andQthe Southern front 60 cents a dozen for Red Spanishto
25 cents a piece for Porto Rico

Portion of Dade County. The p"ercntage of plants fruiting depend "

*;;upon the care and Judgment exerclied ORGANIZED 1896 J j

In their culture some growers ,
having( succeeded In securing fruit

/ So 'many Inquiries are directed to fences of civilization, as electric lights, front JO per cent of the plants la their '

:tie Metropolis by prospective settlers water works, sewerage telephone aya- pine te.. (Capital $27.300.. Surplus 350000.. Deposits over 200000.00 ':Y

s or home seekers concerning conditions tem, re* mall devvery.three, newspapers L ida may be purchased from $5 or '

,existing,In this part of the country two national banks, one State $10 la sere up depending on proximity .,

and'the burden of correspondence en bank eta It has miles of be 1It1fIa7 to;;roads and shipping point Good ,

o- tailed thereby has become so heavy streets ot native white atone It to lands;en rock road within. mfles of

that we have attempted In the following practically the terminus ot the Florida Miami may be had for $(0 aa acre and Statement at thelclose of business. February

article to summarize such Information East Coast Railway, for though aa ex- sometimes less than that sum for land

as 1s most important and to tendon of the road has recently bees not: imedtately oa a road. The same 23 1906 as reported to _the State ComptrollerUUi

a answer the questions most frequently built, penetrating the farming landsfortyfive qualify of land farther away fromtra4igortuioa _

asked. It Is hoped by'this means that mile south this to merely facilities wi, of course .

a sample copy of the paper of which a feeder to the commerce ot.thto city. be purchased for leak The toad to nn- I '

a x hundreds are cent, but .will In most Her are located the steamship docks pro i sIng la appearance to those aecuiiomed

cases, serve the purpose Intended better -of tie P. 0. Steamship Company to the deep rich lOllS of 'Resources. I

than a personal letter Specific Information whose lines are Operated to Key Westto otne. ,|!! States being rocky: -and sand "

may,be obtained' by writing Havana and to Nassau Immense yet results can be obtained from It Loans and discounts . ... . . . . I59.85l.l3 ,
wharves, etc, are being projected, to far|j a eces of ith* returns realized .
% firms I .
o any of the real estate or other Real Estate owned. . . . . . 17,531.91
In this keep pac with the .vastly Increased from j the more fertile'sections ot thecountrr.
those_advertisements appear Furniture and fixtures . .. . .
the best to become fanillar maritime business that must follow on Fertilizer must be used but : . . 3,115.25
P and way
paper; with'local'conditions, progress .the deepening ot the harbor, work on the fetufDI more than Justify the expenditure Current expenses f : . . . . . 1261.83

Industries 'and current happenings, which is now actually progressing An Involved
'while contemplating removing to this appropriation of $300,000 has been secured Ample! of energy and Industry are Cash Account ,
S-
from the government for harbor heatttly welcomed and the -
section Is through reading the Dally country's U. S. Bonds $2o0.00
the formerof Improvements and ,the Florida development being practically Just be- .
or the Weekly Metropolis Due from Banks. . .
East Coast Railroad to also pledged to . 58,379.50 ,
which will be sent to any addressat II culJI: ere Is room for all to nap,ua. .
:the, rate of |5.00 a lear 1L25 forthree expend a like amount. Thus 1600,000 benefit which must ensue as the re- Cash In Vault . : . . . 39,94229 '

.:montii; the Weekly- a large to now being used for this purpose and suliof such development. Capital finds Total available cash. . eo . . . 100521.79 ; r
i k* >
; .- ge: paper-being mailed for $1.50 it to a moral certainty that farther appropriations here;\oost profitable Investment while 282281.91 XsVsV
a year. will be secured' until the Ubfef; is in demand and well paid. Pea .
crA harbor Is In a condition commensuratewith ot Liabilities '
pie moderate
THE CIT!' 07 MIAMI r mean who com here t, .
Its Importance from a commercial .n1.iur a small tract of land, make a .
'out ot.the wilderness timer : Capital Stock. . I . -
Sprang geographical and strategical modest home, set out fruit trees, and . .. .. . 27,300.00 ,

rears ago the railroad having reached standpoint-an Importance recognized while j waiting for these to come into Surplus . . . . . . : .-. . 3,500.00

t this point April 181 Prior to this by public men at the national capital, bearing, engage la trucking, see a' Dividends not called fo; ; ; . . . .. 140.00

time one with store the whose Indiana trade and was a principally few and by all who will study the location wai! without ,exception successful Earnings accounts* . . . ... . 1433.81

scattered taxJUes.. eking out a prec&r: of this port and Its relation to Insularand And r.}his sncces costs less. effort than Bills payable. . . ....; .......... 25,000.00 ,

lou llTcIIhcod by' wrecking and the ,South American .commerce, to In flther parts of the country while Cashier's checks. . . . . . . 994.1S '
<. say nothing of the vast' trade that the;ijlmatlc} conditions render out-.door Bank .
of coon tie starch were deposits. ,9854.38
manufacture must spring'Into existence upon the work} possible every .1&7'111 the year, ;
' *-'I the only ,rldences ot ch11. aUon. On completion ot the Panama 'canal.A wltlt'f the health benefits of such aa deposits'V j A 15,732.68

July 2S 1896 Miami was Incorporated I glance! at the. map will show:the open-air life thrown InAt the same Individual .. ; .. 198,326.86
u a city, furnishing perhaps the only I
r most casual observer the possibilities tIme! people who are enjoying health $282,281.91 ;
In
record
:
z instance ,on the future holds for the Magic City. an(1 inoderate success la.their present 1
hedged city came into eilstence wlthut
SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES abo, _1 first having been &town. Three weighty s '- The State htres that a'bank shall keep 20 per enl
TIter. are required Miami has one of the ,best public There. should be reasons to laflutnce > of Its cash .
hundred registered deposits In ]I or with reserve banks.; This bank; as '
to make
.w anyone a move of such
schools la the State embracing both
be calleda '
,. to entitle any community to will be the ab '
seen by
Imptttance have made ve statement has, over 40
per
'' the ieople1who
school
consti common and high courses.
that number
city less'than
..Ytnting,a town At a'meeting held few I The buildings are large and well ventilated failures}{ elsewhere are not like:y TO Its deposits available in cash.: No bank in the state makes .'

}'- the purpose of Incorporation,, three and there to a competent corps very j successful hers Intelligence and 'better showing, or is inj better condition to serve. its depositors '

"'- and one-half months' after the first of teachers A Catholic convent second Industry' are as essential to good toe '
the tun,* he.re'al la any other,part of,the -
train reached Miami S14 Tote were to none la State, to la foil .
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-. ... The iteoaeaal growth ot mIa operation giving Instructions .to' loth globe .-
!lit. is desired to engage la J. .1 : '; l lr :
early period has been sustained sexes There are also private schools, generalfarming :
,
throughout the eight JUr.of the cltylshistory. I a musical conservatory, and art school In the raising of:wheat,( torn. I 'J t. ..)f.

.. so that every educational'need maybe or |oats, peaches. apples,, grapes': I.
supplied There'are* about thirty othejf products ot,the.temperate son, : I "
XTO.
r POPULATION flourishing schools'la the county. ono ut cast his lot some hundreds ofmliei '

Miami ha* at present a resident pop; Every religions denomination to represented to the north and accept the cold i
Blatlo& of .bet..eeJi .000 and 7.00G.In, Ouitjto: 'pan of the '
following 'egacy of lands
and ,the have ..
the winter month the pope l t1on U handsome church where these things.can be 'grown..
buildings: Presby '
augmented the addition of' thousands term Episcopalian Catholic' M. 'B. Neither to this a stock rafabiiC01mtrT.// The' Fort Dallas National! : Bank
of Yllftori.most11'of the wealthiest There
Church, M. E. Churc South,' and to a "no fence : :
classes who come to enjoy the greH' boon to the settler of :
Baptist ., .limited
Ideal ,climate,.and,the beai fishing la SOILS' means, and there to very'little livestock :
.. AND PRODUCT
I be' world To accommodate these In the country On the other .
The principal Industry, ta His section 6774 I
x._ visitors there,are numerous hotels is the growing of fruits u.J'.ba- haii If it to desired to engage la the

.and boarding houses principal steangwhich ter .vegetables for the Northern tsar- culture of citrus fruits'' pineapples s

is the stately Hotel Royal Palm lets ,Tomatoes form the staple croP.but ..rloal. tropical 'or semi-tropical,fruits, .
and the grand ACT Halcyon IWI both I I
thfiro..1I1. "
H vegetaoles at the
there are large quantities of other ,I. season v

monuments la faculties size, crUdev.1d. *accommodating '-; vegetables plant"croWn peppers.heaas;,such as,'''eta tomatoes, of the of,country the year are when la the all grip other of parts wiaUr United Stales Depository. ::::: Depository State of Florida

egg The
'ev-
The la co.mopol lltiTij;
population
Y planting season: utu.ta' from about ;}:thls section offers decided advaat
every aute la the Union furnishing IUoota :
age*; over any,other portion of the
October 1 to January 11 sad the bulk "
nadir 4
t of represeatatrrea la. United States. >
of thahfpmenta seat North from .
unknown' are r
element Is
Hrabl foreign '
CLUUTH November until May.'although, there Report( of condition on April 6th. 1906 as reported o
being practically,BO difference la the NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ,
Writing from penoaal experience. .
seeds be the Comptroller of the
after visiting California and other sections seasons may planted or vegetables Currency-Condensed .
where climatic con.IJtSou'are gathered any day la the year. Sealed proposals will be received
Vegetables are'grown usually on;the btt;the undersigned until twelve .
unhesrtatlngly
considered at their best,we can
o'clock
prairie lands which are free front noon (12 m.), Tuesday May
= say that Miami ha the'moat 29;.;3 906, for the erection and completion
timber and are composed of a kind of esources .
perfect'water climate la the United of a two story and basement ,

tauten Cold to almost unknown even marL. "Co crete Block Building. known ,. '. .
slightest befq'Yir Fruits are grown oa pine lands, as;=;the West Palm Beach High and .
the frost' Tare. which Grsded> School Building at West Loans and discounts ... . .. .... .. .. ... .. ;..$422,070.60.
The warmth ot summer to tempered are slightly higher than ,the
Palm J Beach Florida, la accordance
prairies and la this section rocky Overdrafts secured.. .. ..
by the cooling breesea from the Atlantic very with plans and drawings prepared 18J4T.78

and the highest temperature This rock to a peculiar coral formation bj.Bruce, Everett A Hays, architects, U.: S. Bonds and 71,0400.00Other
'recorded by the government thermometer containing a great deal of plant food 70&.08 English-American Building, premium ,

during.the summer months to IS.' as evidenced by the fact that la many Atlanta, Ga.4.icertUled. stocksand BondBanking .. .. ...... ::......:... 41,000.00
HZ1XTH placesorange and other fruit trees are check for One Thousand i
.
DOI1ari($1,000) must accompany each House. .:... ... 50,000.00S.
to be seen:bearing thriftily,: though
lathe
The -ctiy ranks among the first bid;:as a guarantee that the contractor
United Bt&tea'Sa point of health, j apparuU7'cf1D.c on a solid plateof wlHj enter Into ,contract for the erection Due from banks and U Treasurer. ... .... .". 74,657.92
There Is entire freedom from malaria j this rock Being of,a porous or ]! of said bunding..Copies .' Cash '
honeycombed of in vault. .. . .. . 47,758.83
.tad they are BO "prevailing dlsessea.", structure the roots of plansand specifications
catt3] be obtained from the undersigned -
the trees
Those ailments which are common to are enabled to penetrate it -
;or the architects; and a deposit $725,235.13
aS par's'of the country seem tabs and draw ample sustenance' from what of.jilO will be required to Insure .'

here robbed, la part of their power, at would appear to.be a very unpromising prompt and safe return of the plans '
they nmally appear la a. mild form j source. This 'rock,. by the 'way. andt specifications.JTbe Liabilities ,

sod rarely leave the bad ekects which makes a beautiful,and'durable'building usual rights reserved. : .
if H. C.' Rood,
I Dcnr' la the wake of like diseases material, and the sew court house
elsewhere Scarlet fever sad diphtheria and jars as well as several' residences Chairman West Palm,Board Beach.of School Fla. Trustees Capital: . . .. ..... ...... ............. .. ..... .. ..::.$100qOO.OO
.
c are .unknown, vhle> typhoid la the city, built:of this.stone, are Surplu and undivided profits..... .,. .... .. .... .. . ... 6,7\66.67 ,
,
ttver la rarely heard of. It to a detlr- much admired by all It also Human Bleed Marks .
able place for those suffering from makes the finest road material la the National' Bank Notes...... ..: '.. ......... . . . 52qoo.oo

'bag troubles asthma catarrh:,, sad world, and Dade county leads al: others o N Lhnman! tale of blood horror In the was iome told by of J.marks W. DEPOSITS . . . . ... :. ... ..;.:.. .. .: .. 366.468.46
la the State In .
similar diseases which are prevalent mileage and condition I
Wtniami. well known merchant'
a
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I
taeolder cUmafts Many persona affected of her highways Sac K,. He writes "Twenty years $725,235.13

with these Ills have come here The fruits cultivated are chiefly airy I had severe hemorrhages of the

and have been cured or greatly bent 'grapefruit, oranges and ,pineapples '1UJ kin. and was near death wuen I ben "

att J. Of'course,.this is sot the case guavas, ,mangoes, avocado:pears and taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
Inures hemorrhages, chronic coughs,
x! to every Instance People die here, as limes are largely produced but being sealed colds and bronchitis and Is The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old ana new-every

they do everywhere else No country Indigenous to the,country, they thrive the.J' only known cure :for: weak lungs. favor consistent with sound banking ideas, and every in
discovered with little Et try bottle guaranteed by all drug accomodatipn keeping' .:
> has yet been where people or ao, cultivation Citrus r
g balances and financia .
gists. 50c and $1. Trial,botle free.A with their standing. N 1
r, ere Immune from death aad cU""': trees will require from three to five b;" ;

- U the same time It,may be,truth years after planting to'produce fruit .
Lucky Postmistress w
{ally said that the conditions tending Pineapples! which grow 'oa a1 plant It.rrs.
t Alexander of Cary Me., who ,
to PnUal. healthfulness are as tavor- somewhat resembling,the,cactus,'and: btu found Dr King's New Life Pills J M

able aa In any section ot the country, which are propagated by setting slips: fog 9 keeping the stomach. liver and ,
M tad far'more so than la most' cr.;suckers, ,bear, fruit In IS:monthsafter.'p'.anttng liQ"elsIn perfect order.; ToaTl agree Wm., M. Brown, President Geo. R. Gompti. Cashfer.:

THB CITY'S rUTCRB I In this section they her if yon try these painless par .

Miami possess an modem conven- ewe grown'!n th* open. ,there being,no;';U i that;&infuse s:,.. new Prce.25e life; Guaranteed.
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