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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 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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I ': I NO. 129 IIJI 11 MM.* MIAMI] FLORIDA. MONDAY, MAY 7, 1906. RJtf-INMtM+ wYr. 0 'Price' 5 Cents k




I 4! The Petition For Creating a Special School Tjak District For Miami Should Interest all Patrons(' and Property Owners,3,






;, i COCOANUT GROVE DESIRES A Aj Ai24 |I (GHURGhfpATlMSOF, 'I MUCH IMPORTANCE jAijUARTER MIlliON IWHITE I MAN IS HELD


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j SPECIAL nx SCHOOL DISTRICT Methodist Conference' at Bir- ,II I Presbyterian General Assembly- !1 i PEOPl fOi [ ON CHARGE OF-


0< I mingham Wants a Statementof Adopts 2nd Publishes New |


'Y t I I I f JOSEPH LEITER OF VALUABLE ROBBED. BONDS the Qpctrinal'Faith ". I Book of Common i SUN AY lUNACY


.- PEllTIONiN, CIRCULATION(} Chicago, May 7- Burglars early today Prepared Worship .

entered the""omce of Jos. Letter, .-;
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blew open the vaults and escaped t .


>,;/: A For- School Board 1;I to Can Such to with 150000.bonds-valued at. from 100.000 RfSOLUTll -IS ADOPTED. IS EXPECTED IN (CITY j SAN |F FRANCISCO( J. A. PAYNE DEMENTED'


GRAND JURY EMPANELLEDTO .
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In Election-SchooL Improve- I
INVESTIGATE INSURANCENew \ i

ment Fever. Has Struck the. -- To That End! Conditions; are S eadily i Taken in
What
York May 7A special rand is Desired- By Certain Churches. Though'it Improving Custody By Sheriff, Fro-

? County. Hard-What it Means jury was empanelled before Justice Other Branches of Methodism. is 'Expected By Leaders That and Ratio s Plentiful ,hock Saturday Night f! AfterLluch '

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Scott .today to investigate life Insurance !'ct1 ,t

matters., will be in session until Invited to';.Unite in Preparationof its Adoption, Will Be General Though Some Articlesare Strange, Conduct, k


Following'the example. of West Palm June ajid longer. if necessary. the Statement. Throughout, Country. Extremely I Limit Is a Steamboat t

Beach'and Id the wake1.-of Miami-for ANIMALS SPECTATORS ,
ed at P/esent. Engineer.
rl 'better and Improved public school
New York. May 7-' "Joe- Weber I .
t..facilities- the people of .Cocoanut I I '

ii,Grove, that,beautiful and enterprising wit{ celebrate the tenth anniversaryof Birmingham!May 7 A resolution New York May 7- A book of com I

little city ilve'm1eito the' south, of hU first appearance ,In Weber's concerning the-pVeparatlonn of a statement mon worship has just been publishedby
Washington Mqyi J.
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Music Hall with Ills old LewFields l The mintary Payne an engineer jm ode of ,.
partner of the Hoctrinal faith of the the authority of the Presbyterian
x Miami, are circulating a petition calling secretary today received a dispatch the extension steamers is confined in
by giving a special performance. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, General Assembly.For from General Creel > the
.: upon tne board, education toanth'orize y at San Francisco county jail and will be examined
three
> the. holding of:an election One of the unusual features of was presentedgtodaj-; the general headed years a special committee Jated yesterday; and saying that as to his sanity. i
by Rev. Van
Henry
the performance will be that tae two conference in Session here. The res- : Dyke, has the conditions there are'steadily Improving Payne's case is extreme dlstres- t M
; :in that district for the purpose of I been working on the bookwnlch
1 new
lower stage boxes will be occupied by olution sets ;drh that the articles \f was '. lag and pathetic In that he has a wife 1.
'. 'making1 it a: special .tax school district,I animals. In the right band stage religion do nots in the' present form i without approved by the general. assembly '. The arrival of th rty-slx: officers pen and children living on Fourth% street

1' ater which .bonds will be'voted for: get the needgJof the, church as a i struggle.As mlts assignments t secure sanitationand and dependent upon him far support f
box win be the little trick many Presbyterians objected toa
Improving the school service of ,toe! elephant statement of t lap doctrinal system of ; order. A rou h estimate makes He had been acting very {peculiarly *
reform in the
same. I Ii4 appearing In "A Society Circus" at evanglcal Methodist armlnlanism and by the leaders church that it is expected churches fty 'thousand persot s living .In camps for several days. 'i'|

the Hippodrome. The elephant'will'' believes that thf different branches of some and the registration and census of Saturday afternoon' Payne showed ,
better school facilities J J'I will refrain from
The movement for using the new Cook
MetboJistlsm Represented in the occe- thecampers Is apparently Increasing unmistakable'
be accompanied by his regular attendant though In the east signs of Insanity.. During
both in buildings and education cumlnlcal Metntidlst conference should and the country and It is presume that a quarter'ot the afternoon he secured a bicycle

:.. Ii growing throughout:;'the county 1 I add" a: ,veterinary surgeonin, unite,.in the Reparation I of such, a adopted.generally is expected: to be largely a;million were fed Sunda)'. Rations and carrying a piece-of white cloth

f and It Is very, probable that several case Joe Weber's Jokes should havean statement as,1s needed.It are plentiful as are potatoes and raised above ,his head rode about the

.r other special school: tax districts injurious effect upon the little ele- resolved spat the College of Bishops -to The the book has many points similar I flour, but they ant extremely limited; streets. He, said It ...alrl( flag of
Episcopal Book
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: ; will be asked for. I phant. The "box: on the other side of be requested to appoint a commission 'he of Prayer. In regarding ,other articles of food. trace showing that God was at peace
,West Palm Beach has voted of five.members, one of which marriage ceremony however the with "
it already the stage win be occupied bl two of word "obey" omitted also the { the world. Saturday night B*
!;. 'the Improvement and, now Miami win be the Bishop, to Invite other reference REVOLT. AT CUADALOUPKTHREATENING I attacked the gospel preacher' at the
the performing ponies of the Hippo to worldly which
goods in
5and Cocoanut Grove are"trying for branches of Methodism to unite In some corner of 12th street and D
avenue
/ ,the same. The petition now In circulation drome.. The animals will >e dressed the preparatlonLjof; such a statement of forms the parties endow each other. } TO. AMERICANS I and attempted to burn Jill'Bible with i

: In this district asking that In gaudy costumes for*.* occasionso the faith and M i expression: of the doctrine A Ordered the lantern which he took from his

inch an election he called bf'the that the modesty of the rest of the I as are tailed for In this day. BATTLESHIP RHObE ISLANOdWAs'succEasFULLY Warship Is Three to OvsThin ,stand Sheriff Frohock happened to e

s school board. It meeting with, ready audience- may ,not be. snoc&eJ., :I This was refetfed to, a.special. 'committee. rrotsetlonWashington lbe present and Payne war taken, In' ,'
FLOATEDNorfolk.
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and, wining signatures, and there Is s-Jz custody. kt'He
little. doubt but_!the.election'will;pre- .,HOTCt_CHARLES Complaint wsi,lodge J,against Epls- I ; Mayi: 7-" Guadeloupe. offered no resistance, sal 'has

,.... ,.- -- .... ",, -1 .,a -";.:: : copal,Bishop Jkforrtson and relates! .to Xay'1The battieshlRhode'lslan3.which p French West laden- : Is under mob since showed conclusive sign of Insanity t
I-', The lecUonruf called and.carried '"Mrs..',Jenkins mow'weflknswaprs differences between the Rayne Memorial Rent ashore. on rule according to a>dispatch received by crying praying I and uslnaj .

in favor of creating the district bonds prietress of the Arcade Hotel;'wishes Church at dew Orleans and Bishop York Spit Chesapeake. Bay,Saturday. at the State.Dep.tmeDt today. Tbo' boisterous language., His.co-ditto*

will be 'roted''and a special tax. lev- to, announce to patrons" and friends Morrison. fi4': was o ineeeaafully floated.last.evening. mob Is in control Iud' the authorities I* unchanged xtoday.:.: I_ .. '
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,, : led upon all property owners .within that' she win, be ready to' receive her A large number of memorials :were and It is believed that little or no are powerless. The! .trouble,origin; County Judge'Heyser is'out of' tie

:j the district,for he pa1JZ1eat'of the friends and guests at her summer hotel 'presented and several resolutions were ated over election dllrereneea. city today but upon his J return to,
I ,same. No increased tax win be lev In, Saluda;;.N., C.;.May 15, The re'tirred'to the 'appropriate damage' was sustained. Divers will examine Later = At the request of "the State morrow Payne win be examined by'

ted against those outside: Use. pre.1 i I hotel is the,best In this most popular tees. One :FOP Ied'"an' eommlt-j the bottom'' and. 1* necessary Department a warship win 'DO dispatched a physician and committee u to hi*' .

|j Jt' scribed district' resort. the Bishop's 'Salary, to 14.000 a ,.ear. ,the vessel will be docked for repairs. Immediately from Sail Domingo ; anlty. J f'
to Gnadaloupe |o protect American '
He Is a and: b said to
young man A

I LOCAL LACONICS AND NEWS/ IAPPENINGS/ / TODAY have Interests The been government there reported.thj-eata}so far against Is unable which'"to, hive months come here ago with from his.Co family;oa, on,several the :F

ten the Indian river. to enter the employ ot
exact pravlty of the sitnar
".' 0 -8i the F. E. C. Railway Co. It was onlyafew
lion but It
is said, to be setious. >
< < Mr. B. B.; Tatnm.went no to Jack., ,Mr..F. N Marvick.: who superintend Will'ProlonglOutlnj U. 8. Army' Recruits days ago that he' developed.

ft onvUle last night on bnslnesa.. Hal ed the construction(.f Halcyon Hall City Clesk Mj B Kellum and family 'I Thirty-seven recruits for the United Death of J. I. Turnage I symptoms of Insanity. ti;

it'win be tone several aays-r has returned from a three,weeks' trip who have spent the last month at States Army barracks at Key, West .
i Mr.' R. R Han fecelved
a telegram "
to northern points during which time Soldier Key.fte enjoying the'omUagso .
;;':i under command of Lleu E. J. Ely arrived
... few dais with '."1ve. In Immensely jthat/they have decidedto Saturday afternoon announcing the
spending a >
slim Hector Munro went to Key In the city last night from Sl death at Kings Creek, & C. of Mr. J. Legal Papers} Filed
tht another'month
.' Palatka and the balance of too time prolong same Louis. '
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Through
,,West Baturda.11Icht on a visit to relatlves Na misunderstandingof I. Turnage a former resident of Miami
in New Tor't CIt : In Mr. Kellnnrs '
absent; deputy city
the ;schedule of '
trlenJI.1 the Mar
and steamer left
herb about
who three
R.1 l years 'I
I Marshal J. O Neil, Is acting city I .
Unique which sailed
\1 I clerk Saturday night ago and went to that ,place to
clerk of council.
'.' John Omweg has Instituted suit for Mr..A. M.. DeCamp nephew o* Mr..I and M| the men arrived one Jay late and .willnow duct a hotel ,Mr. Turnage had been Warranty>: deed. J. T. Frow and wife

",J divorce through the Circuit Court, F. W. Hahn and brother of Mrs. Edward i' i have to remain here until. Wednesday a sufferer with rheumatism for a number ,o Charles' Sanders for $80t. lots 1 and

'from': his,wife. Mollle'Omweg.: I Romfh,- Is a visitor la the 'city Trinity Sunday School Picnic r afternoon before'the, can'Cft : of years but the immediate cause :. block 29.. Frow's Homestead.

,. I and wll{ be here several daya Mr.' Trinity Church Sunday School win ;away. They are a large healthy 1 lot of death was chronic dysentery. He Warranty deed J.iK. Darn and wife ,

-' : :, DeCamp halls'from Greenville .. S.. C, give a. picnic;kt the pavlUlon at toe 'of fellows and this is the first trip was a member of Biscayne Bay Lodge to D. E. Taylor for.$350. lot 10, Dorn'ssubdivision

{J.'p ,.County Judge A- E.' Heyser has and.is one 'of the oldest ;ltdactors ; beach ThursJsjr next. Provisions have of the majority o: them to this section No. 124. F. ft. A. )I.. of this city, atfj of block 68 north Miami. 'X

..., :tone to West Palm Beach 1 to look at'ter In point of service on the Atlantic ; been made t6 (furry tILe Sunday schoolchildren :of the 8out They are allowed all the commander of the samewired Warranty deed D B. Taylor fo 11G. !

his grove and property' Interests Line --1. free,-though an others win be liberty and are taking in and enjoy{that the remains be given Masonic interment I I. Dorn et al for |1.10
tbere.c 'I required to :.ply a fare of 25 cents Ing'the sights of the city.. The funeral took place In section 27, tp. S3. sonfh. range. 41 E_

1 for the rounditrip. Parents are especially yesterday. east R ,
; Eleven defendantamoetly'and Mr. Douglas's Sister Dud \ i Invli4 to their ,;
accompany Will Build Residence Warranty deed. H. R. | Jones to
;,;;.JUorierlles.. appeared before Judge Mr. E. B. Douglas received the sad : children wltW provision in baskets Geder Walker for ISO block 6\snh-dl-'

"ganders i In the municipal ,court this Intelligence this morning of the death I AU will meetfat;? -
erection who XTe resided In of the r
of a beautiful 12 room house II one
morning
e. .1\ of,his only sister, Mrs. Robert Mon- : o'clock In t6e', morning. for Mr. J.' P. Sawtelle the buildingto Lummus cottages' on 12th street and 28. tp. 53. south, range 41 east.
tleth.',which occurred at her in .*
1/1 home Certificate State
Board o Medial
t.oj Fred Wan colored, was a rrestedtbts be next to the Minneapolis on 7lh Avenue O. the past year or more ;
Atlanta yesterday. In consequenceof Rounded Then] Up I Examiners: to G. M. Vincent. M. n: .
,
; morning by Deputy Sheriff Morris street between Avenues C and B. moved, today to [la more convenient \
the same, Mr. Douglas estabUlh-1 As a resuttijOf a free for ail "ens- Warranty deed. J. W Erickson and
Contractor Keaney has the location on Avenue C near Seventh I r4.wife
&.' on a charge of obtaining goods building in
ment. Ideal is closed sin- match Jn '
the remain -I | Colored Town Saturday greet 0 to J. J. Hamilton for $175. Iota :
= charge. The lighting and .
i ,ender false pretenses.Mrs. so until Wednesday morning. Mr. night which .was interruped by plumbing 13 and 14. block 9. Erlc1ul n'. addition
contracts have not yet been awardt4r -
;.'1:1-: Douglas will leave tonight for Atlanta Deputy Sheriff:Morris Bertha Whaley. 1 !to Miami.
B. Robarts, of, Key West I and Mrs. Sawtelle are living In Merchants'
J. : Association Meeting t
Will
the Raj-fora
to'attend at funeral He has Henry Webb and Jim : J
the Warranty deed A. A. Swett and
for time Minneapolis until their home
has been
who visiting some new
II' President Isldor
Cohen
the sympathy of he commnn'tv In Cason. appeared before Justice Hill has caned a : e:
wife Suite Wlmbs to 1300
,.f:',, at LIttle River and Miami, returned to his bereavementLeft this mornlnitou a charge of using Is completed. After 7th street Is meeting of he Merchants: Associations to west
half lot 8. block 40, West Palm Beach
her home Saturday, night on the Marl paved It will be one of the best streetsIn be held at the council chamber '
profane language. city
Cason and Webb
: ; Deed, F. E. C, Rallway Co.. to E.
: the
o i, :: ttnlque.t *. city and will contain some of ;
tomorrow night at 7' 30 o'clock
plead gulltycand escaped with : ,
a sentence
the Camps .. the most prepossessing residences. T. Eaton for $70.05. five acres In section +?
of and and requests that all members
$2 costs each whlleVte bring 22 range
tp. 53south 41 east.
:: Mrs. Will Flier:an4'ebffdren., of The extension: steamer; Biscayne woman and];Will Ray ford, made the their delinquent {lists with them as ;Warranty deeJ. Simon I P. OTleilly
same Into port this morning from the and Will Abandon Inside! Route this will be the :last
:$t Lemon City ..ere" passengers' goingfioht court convict j them, for which meeting of the to J. M. Carman for, $5,000. lots 1..
: ; on the steamer Martinique! Satur-: lower-coastv with 150 white laboera. .they paid a fine of $5 and costs each. The extension steamer L. H. Pet association before the ttst Is publish 2 and 3. block, lit. north Miami A

dav night for Key:.West-*where they who 'are'Jeavtnc the works to return 1 ton. which has been at New Smyrna ed. The meeting|Is therefore Important Warranty deed J. M.j Carman to
.' north. The majority of them were Tomato CariDerailed towing 'Inside the that Mr. Humphries, Atlanta >
will spend some time with'relatlns barges were o representing Miami Realty Loan and Guaranty Co.'t ..
lash with money and Immediatelyupon Owing to .' wreck to the delivered there by the the Merchants' Protective
and friends. Ch"Y ? freight tug Sybil, from for lots .
$5,000, 1. : and block 116
"' the arrival here began to drink train leavln&jhere last Saturday morning Jacksonville aster which' they we I Is In the city and will north )lIaml '
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Cot Corbett and Dr..J., B. Maloney.'F and carouse. Marshal HarJee at once near New:!Smyrna that aternoon. brought on south over the readdress. the meeting explaining the ;
arrtv"tins put out the entire police force To preserve the paasenger;train due at 7:50 o'clock route by the stern-wheeled !steamerColumbia best method adopted for. protection) Warranty: deed, 1. "P Watson and
,; of Key West were passengers order, and the indications, are wife to Miami Realty and Carsanty
tbe'clt Saturday afternoon. vesterday morning did not arrive un- has returned to POrt. Sev :against bad accounts.TO .
." ; In 'o.. for and oth conlll1era. '
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de JarksonvHIe that Judge Sanders will have a busy nil 12:30 p. q&J The wreck was causedby eral barges now at New Smyrna writ r
.CoL that Corbet night and proc Dr.* Maloney<1 to returned session tomorrow It II reliably the track!spreading. Three car be towed here by the same route by SHIPPERS tins east' half lot R.. bloc 125. north

"f" Kmtei1 that the extension: works have of tomatoes[.from this1 section and the steamers Columbia and Miami
; .en WanJerpi.whfrh .
;horn on the ftemner ,Martinique; been *o depleted of help In the past route to the';!northern markets were went up yesterday for that put I thank the public for liberal shipments 'to.raaee ,rived }fInn' catty Loan

: f+w-seeks that hut 5e\"PD camos arenow badly damaeH., No ,tx e. After that the service win to severeh j of my houses On and Guaranty Co., Flnrt N local Rank'
ff : Church over one was Injured be account
1'114' Flrrt Methodist: In owratlonj with small force of lateness In getting to work of Miami for-540. lots 1 and 3 block. "
and the trwas abandoned and
cleared that the Sybil will
so brine ,
;; f"-4 Fart rtrbtad attar 1he and- ,1 Ive but little
can Information
sad In order to facilitate( the work at onmarkets 118. north, flaml. .,
ltorlumal fill*.! tt>.'S 1'h! schoolroom this morning train came In on" time. lb. basnce of the barges through;: to i this I .
season
: R.I am very busy I
the most the will t 1nrtrage rived, Miami salty Loan
places
;. needed camps v'tml
was opened and it H1"SOOT .*-*' bv the ontslde route, the in-!Inadlpi car T t.t local .. ,
.2. >. connolMated.' Every inducement This! Morntt Q's Fire 11M. passaca. owing to the shallowness : reports mrrwere rwnntp ( 0_ tD F.dw rd C. Romfb

?' ,ft11Ma"' the 'vsrtons y rtoM windows outside' looltI act.Hells .- '< being offered *ne men to remain lit An alarm jp| fire at 9:35 o'clock this of the water, being frmnrt too t"1-1- '''kMs...,;.1 JJ75 fn vn>tl and Cincinnati, for ft Mj). east half of ot 6. bIrr'
"c In Ttlmorp K for choice "n '. the rsipps. but tbo majority of tb m morning 'a1k4.i1 the fire department to I Ions! and expensive: to be maintained, r
''. rr* f**d "' "lm<<'M sermon. :;1II! for fanor { Indications\ are that tt'trrantc' 'df'lOd. F. B. T nt and wife !
north Xe >
.. T* r"t1t on Vetnrnlije !rro* the PXpreMpsttce In the railroad yard
."Ifit ni'tM; 1'Itl'Oton eoln IPrices will hold leht or ten days rllnk- D Hardet' 'or .Ofd ,
-n i : ) Dnr'bf.ny
to continue the lto
w IrnTjortprf workt"'J' Itt Sixth gtwft and Avenue C wht'reme j 7*. Suit Dismissed"Tie j
fb1tIl' for mver. Many others .t I *'lll he lth ran party next
ate the snmmer."f trash fnhrtpr the lor. fcot lots 9 and 1 block In.nnrt .
l: were "-Tilv ronvict d of "*In. Mrs, platform had r snit In garnishment and 8I.1'' 1I4'lIlInn. h. 'fill mLfor1:1'e
.. P1tutllt! fire 'i threatened a good sized ."." wit r
tamaei> $ )
< Fo't
;., nl'rr': ''' 'f + T' "r trrm O' U'h She "' s Dal'a l 1 When shlpplnro vegP'ahlev do ) ; deal Frank B. Hardee
Oi C.-u
: ilijis:: been nrpachln for 4wentytwosears seMers. blare, tboazbja stream from the ht'11)oIMII Vi Morat rank: vs, S, C. Rinlernon. I forget mv !! muff: T H. Evans, :and wire 10 Edwin n. t f r $1.r" ;
Ralph Crorce Worthnrton. pntib! & ulckJY knocked It out -"'"
: and 111'. '
ant Is .root .v"sd.wcpd In con. 1I'ltllout' .... filej last FVMar. way toiTar Baltimore: See Ashaer.DTemphls: north tit feet lots 9 and e, block 1u.
'_ Rev.. t rot awv Ssturflsv abn/ird ffie'r material damage being (" 'l,w 1. .* m'"un"Prstandn : .
tlnn of Well. "o.
revival rnc-kman nncl
-t': "n"tlB l III"oY'lb 'lIam'W..rrant t.
... 'TMJI'Ymna.. for a cnilse of several done. The 1A e Is supposed to have ,*- r 1.!j...4 tb. ,
nf unit which
:; bt, ,"", rb. > ehst' the prom two1 :R-w Atlanta: A. DfBlson ft Coa )' Arad. W. f. Filer anti
,t"..".....n_', ..'",,'..h act >.M at Lan, 1:1.'ay. on the lower coast Cant Chas.Th started from! he burning: of some spec -" unraveledbrcrartt a prompt dl I W *hnzton! : B.ill A Mile BlrmlneCren :wife to D. E, CUlT for Sf rand other !
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M> is'In charge of the yacht IIn" trash a' the yard, and .near theplatform. "-'"
n 7I and full 'satisfaction
to both ham. Ala. :
t,Vrw Wsrris nresrhea'at T:3ft p.>> m. I : Creep haw. Rich consldtorat1onl, various :erode In sea '
?' to attend these as. master, parties. monJ, Va. H. D. tlOn '
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'}t} THE MIAMI. METROPOLIS' f Matting Oil HeatbrsI I jgy


DAILY AND WEEKLY !

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' PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY I
' ELI
; BY THE and Furniture


41 MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY .1.1I I .


B. B. TATUM. Pres. S. BOBO DEAN. Sec.-Trea ill be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty days 1"
fij In the selling of meta as'wen u fa
other things it'i tie Quality of our
I MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS meats that wins new friends tad pa
irons Very day. By (the way. have you -
I I Avenue ever tried us on an order for rout
W. Watson
Entered at the Postoffice Miami.Fla.., as second..class: matter : : D beef! We offer the;)|beat Florida and !
Western beef to be.,,bd.I ., sA.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,. B. Doanc Prop ;'.
One Year.' . ... .. .. .$5.00 One Month. '. . .'.$ .45 ;
i Six Month*..... .'. .-. .. 250 One Week. . ... . ..10Three'Month..1.25 '.M II
: Weekly per Year. :. .-, 200



:.' Of rice IN OJ-METROPOLIS p site Ct HMM BUILDING' I 'Do You Want ?
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., 4 MONDAY, MAY 7, 1906 _
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GOLD IN FLORIDA SAND.
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:v There U cold U Florida sand. U produces the finest dtru fruits In

f .Use world and also every other fruit known to temperate and tropical,regions i If so we can do nothing for you but '
4 though dot perhaps In as treat perfection. There is scarcely. I .
known vegetable that It will not produce. Out of it grows the palmetto i:
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and-the pine both..great gold producers. Under and in It, lie beds of phosphate I '

and kaolin as valuable,as genuine gold minK. And now as the: If you want an absolutely: .water-proof residence business bock! ,or a building or any kind:
Z In the'manufacture of sand lime brick and cement blocks, ,
chief
Ingredient
I will be glad to show water artificial stone that -is.the best the ) et ;S
U is furnishing the cheapest and best building material la the, world for a we you,a proof on .mar
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country and climate like ours, says the Bartow-Courier Informant '" We will demonstrate to you that ,water can be poured over the lacing of our atone

pavements It will 'in not the be cities 111&111'earl and town before throughout the\handsomest the State buildings will stand,and as finest enduring and will stay there until evaporated by the BUD, with not the least bit of absorbment by the

J,: monument to the virtues and uses 'of Florida.' Almost every day stone. It is not healthy to live in a damp'house, therefore. protect the health of yourslfand

.. 'new uses are being found for, It. and It,would not be surprising if. when -
'' sand family and build a stone house. Plaster can be put on this stonetbus saving the expense
the final development la reached. It should be found that plain Florida
t has more.,wealth producing.capacity than the richest prairie lands of the of'I lathing and we' GUARANTEE our stone will not crack or peal.. We also deal,[in

West or, the famous delta of the Kile. Cement. : : DON'T FORGET 'TOl- GIVE U$ A CHANCE TO BID ._ r
Miami has already many handsome stmc'nres, business and resident- ;
that _.. monuments' 'to the credit of the Florida, sand block as 'a :
z bnUding material Probably In no part of the State in proportion to popular: I

*< ,tics, la the* Florida sand block In more use for building purposes than'in
t; Miami. It is,attractive' substantial and cheap. It will be only a"'few

years Wore,Miami,will be built almost entirely of this material, the man-_ '-Stone Chstructio.nCoJ

n.'acture of'which .is proving a gold mine to the two companies engaged In

t the,business. ,__ .. _
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THE_ SOUTH'S PROSPERITY. .

j Mr., turYelaJlin.b:: ,' preaident of the Illinois'Central Railroad; Is a 1 { thl
aen' andInterested, "''observer' of Southern affairs 'and..' 'remarkable in- ,tffice and _Stone' Yard Foot Avenue D. 'Look for the Turn in W U"i

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c4 Hattrtal progress of the Southern States. )n.a letter to the Manufactur: ,

en Record Mr. Flak says:' .
': It only the South in company with the rest of the CoUtr1.can be -- I .:

fi t 'left to crow:naturally":without"unnecessary .and'burdensome legislative'- I
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atrictiona.there' can'be no limit to itaprosperity. IndeedJ believe there will

be a-continuance.of it without cbeek. ;'despite certain laws wbIch'- 'we nave. Vllrritt' & KolbREAL
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= la effect and of which we can not now'seeure tie repeal among'whIch I ", :

J "mJ&'ht'meDUOJI,' certain parts-of;those governing the Importation 'of 'foreign _' ': : 8ank 7aBiseyheUORGANIUD:

4 goods, especially:raw. materials 1 used in manufactures, and our utterly
1 ridiculous unworkable'fiscal system}including the so-called National Bank ESTATEBARQAINS
-Act. which' tocmi' thinking JII1iItlOOner'oi later 'be 'amended somewhat !

t ton ,tie lines proposed by:the*Monetary Commission 1898, If a ,panic MIAMI 'FLORIDA .
\
av' ,and shad' one."Is, to'be permanently avoided. 1896 I. -
v .Trom my saying this don't put me down as a pessimist or as one who *: ,
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'looks for'a panic la the near tutur Nothing is further from my mind, A fine 8 acre bay frill In CaceawrtOrevij sCapital
7' although I "Jo see very'plainly that }It must come eventually unless 'proper good house' well' set In ......
'remedies be applied In. the' meanwhile. Apart, from this however, the tree :'vriparian right A OarP!I...
Lets'. street between ( $27.300. Surplus $3,500.00. Deposits over $200,000.00
: n 14th Avnuee'
.really alarming thing in our situation is the tendency In our .State Legislatures .
and at"Washington OL revert to the.medieval practice of attempting IXand D.
Laifon tth between Avenue
to regulate every detail of bnsines by .statute law, instead of leaving matters street.
.w C "':"1soo. I. terme. .
3 and
of that sort,'a(oui.f fathers did, to tie free play of commercial eon- year .
H VM 'and lot en 10th $tn t.' a*

s '.of a man.of large affairs a thoughtful observer twe4nj J Avenue and bay." .12780. Leus Statement at the {close of f business, February

fi'- who'is Interested d in Southern'dn ]opmeat'.and who is not misled'by arguments Four stow lots yogi'thlaI In Riverside only. $350 23, 1906, as reported to the State Comptroller'

,or .schemes' akin;to.:that! for converting the'moon Into' cheese, by .aeh-1 .. _
legislation or bottling: sunshine: :for. ,winter use. '
2E jacree hammock and truck land

There's 'no:disputing:the'fact that the good old nmmer' time is now iO grapefruit tree., tlneat' le south 1 1 I :
Dsd11! year Olel. 200',oun .,.... I' .
with the few
with usaWe have had evidence of the same a sufficiency, past
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good heuse and beautiful grounds on Resources'
darl.I. '. j 1 ,
I. l countyrock road 15500. You should" .
'"Our wisdom Is, not lees it the mercy 0: fortune than our ;property." ,eetr r >e views at our office. I Loans and discounts .:. .. .. . . ',. 159,851.1 ;

wisdom' imperils property; forgetting-how to advertise or' never 3I?acres' on Lemon City .ci. i.aerie6 Real Estate owned. . ,. h. . . . I7.53l.9j) ail

learning how: exposes property to the mercy of fortune. cleared. 'House and 200 trWe.Goocti Furniture and .. ... . . .,. .. 3115.25
.. views of the bay, for a alien .
I fixtures.. . . . 1.261.83 3
"Our wanton accidents take root and grow to vaunt themselves as laws Ime '"'ty. 14000 Current . . .

-". as when 'we happen to accomplish something without advertising ".. __. -
: *vainly .Imagine tiat'we: >may repeat, the aecldent. I. TO CONTRACTORS Cash Account
'! / i I OTICE. ,
The State and county primary election is now but eight days off and I Sdled proposals will be receivedby U. S. BondsDue .S 2200.00 3
F&I .the'contests in many'counties are'growing'warmer as the'day approaches. I title undersigned until twelve from Banks. . .... .: 58.379.50

This'la particularly true In Dade county and It Is'to be regreted that some o'clock noon (12 m.). TnesJay. May Cash in Vault . . . . .". 39942.29 i ,
:! ,
29.13906 for the erection and :"comple.tfcn -
hare and are making.their "campaign{ personal la a pettr.w&1' but at least of a two story and basement .' Total available cash. . . . . lpO.521.7fe
among the partisans o::: the .animated;and Intense. In" spirit than the situation 1ouldleem to-call for. hjie West Palm Beach .High and .
Let la.nltr.a.ad good hnmor.be maintained from now on to the end. No Graded School Building at Welt Liabilities. J :,
Pajj J Beach Florida In accordance ,
matter what'the'result, the government of State and County will hardly ,
'' ship its anchor and the world will Jog. long in pretty much the same old with|13ruce>] plans. Everett a-nd drawings& Hays -architects preparedby Capital Stock. . ... . . . . . 27.300.QO ".

way. All'candidates are well known and the public will do the culling. It 70&tOS EngU6h- merlcan' Building, Surplus . ... ',. . .. . . ... 3,500.00 ,,

.is simply a.case of one set of candidates. having the offices and others wantIng Atlanta Ga. Dividends called. far. . . . . . 140.00
'them.' The best men: will win. Dollars Acertlned::| check for One Thousand Earnings accounts. .!. . . .1.i . 1433.81 .
(11,000) must aWuo pany.each '
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t ,The man who' .will. not Indulge his constitutional right. an American bid *s a guarantee that tile contractor Bills payable. . . . . . '.. 25.000.C ,

citizen by registering'! and'voting, but who scoffs the idea and says ""'ba". wlltf tldn.jof enter said Into building.contract for the erect I. Cashier's checks. . . . . . . 994.t IS '

', the use,',mr;vote, would,not count for much and not affect the result.- t plel.of plans and specifications Bank deposits . it. . . . . . 9.854.jf8

at but little good,In the community in which he lives. There are some such tfafebe obtained from the,undersignedivtor Certificates of deposit . :. . . . ." 15,73248

men in every town and,section throughout .the country. In most Instances the architects, and a deposit Individual deposits. . . . . . . 198326.66
ofglO will be required to Insure
they are content to'Jet politics? atone and follow their policy of taking no
prompt and safe'return of the j $282281.91 l
hand In It. Tet there' are.others who thongh'not voting; dabble :n politics I and]specifications. Planl'l .
and attempt to lead others for phis( or that candidate or issue. There (Tie. usual rights reserved.
men are for the worst 0: the two. What right have they, not registering if.Ji H. C. Hood (. The State law requires that a bank shall keep 20 per ce it.,

: a and Toting themselves, to attempt to lead and dictate to others! and what Chairman 7est Palm Board Beach.of School Fla. Trustees! oUts deposits in cash| or with reserve banks. This bank swill '

rlght'have'voters those who believe In exercising thkr-constitutional light ." be seen by the above statement. has over 40 per cent. of ,

t c 'Ijy helping to form and maintain a government to listen to or give counte: A Lucky Postmistress I Ilis Its deposits available i ip cash. No bank in the state make apotter

al'Dce'tO'|hee-"citizens or miscarriage!** Few, we believe do. but some ,Alexander, showing, or is t in better condition to serve its deposit *s
of Carr, Me. who z,.
will :countenance such Influence because they themselves are iuitswarmand
found Dr. King's New
11e1takln.to those who ont vote at alL Men of these two CAllhr. haij Life Pills} .
: fqrj keeping the
; are'dangerous'because the first has no right in his political stanJiag to' tnt !biWs! iji perfect order.stomach Toull liver and .
terest htmeelt'in, politics, and the.second because he allows himself to tie wbh\ her If you try the painless agree i
led and Influenced by those. who. are weaker than he. Shun thei: Ihey. rlflfrs that infuse. new life. Guaranteed! pur- 3 ,
amount.,to nothing;: bt;:tin drsslsts. PrIce 25e: .



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THE'DAILY _METROPOLIS MONDAY, MAY 7/1908 J PACE, .THKBrrpic .. rrf
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I I X ORDINANCE the streets, avemtes, or public high I .
A, _. I I ways of the city}*f Miami j r.Y..
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f.L vehicles or contyance! under perfect !
An ordinance regulating the use and I

A ') professionsATTORNEYS J speed of automobiles locomootles, motorcycles 1 I'control.See 8, Vpon, pproaching a person
of
or other conveyance a I
'71V similar (character and relating to the ,I,i walking in or toon any of the avenues y
K . ,, ,, use of the streets by persons ridingor } What Inside Your Coa

..... C ,'V -t ; driving. it ordained thereon.Be by. the City Council I:I otfier of Miami draft, or animals i. horse, whether or being!I

mPatt.isa ridden led or driven saU
_a upon
the of Miami I
;, of city I 1
ac .Erwsxz.. : Section 1. That it shall be unlawful streets avenues or highways, tee person -
!I operating any such vehicle or I >n;
a.a. AT LAW I for any person or persons to run or ':

.!. WUpraotlocla sUoosris.BUM ud/ea+eo9e.otalt.c121tte.tor.aaaleinand : ';I!cause comobile to be motorcycle run any automobile or other, conveyance 10I --;1 i!|give conveyance ample, as arid above; sufficient described signal, shall or j Man) a Goat puts on a brave faci-and hides cheap inside work.-
: perDI 1 "
; of : shall
warning Its pproach; and
C seed 11tt.e.. or" vehicle propelled by any I I f
t muscular-power :use such other a asonable precaution I '.
;f "" as HOT.: Miami. FU. power, other than ,
!1 1.I las to insure tn| satiety of any person ,
excepting such motor vehicles as run
'i">'< 'i or the saj pr of any horse or : {b
I
tracks, that heI aill :
rails or may
: L B. SETMOCR H. t. AI KIXSOSSeymour upon
I I II horses or other' raft animals and toI
;:
I I used for locomotion in, on, over or up. I:I TilE inside .., \ of construction n, not often seen, but I '
prevent-frlghttfiJBg the same.
c & Atkinson of the streets, avenuesor dare foundations "
on any i I as important as granite to a brick block. Trey!
highways 0: the city ot i| Sec. 9. Any eraon operating any
and other public I ; give the garment i its and '
t Attorneys MiamLunless such automobile or other such vehicle ojrfionvejacce.: as stability character and the
; said streets afore-I a few cents in the cost of'these inside details shows
_,Counselors At Law. conveyance as described above shall upon the or in two or tree
vial tttitio to Lice in all courts, ; be Ucens? equipped and run, managed -I the city of Jliainj, shall at the weep,.. The trhmiings and workmanship of Schlos garment are d
state civil hereinafter or on the siscal l by putting up the ks f the best
i and controlled as pro that mone r can secure. The mere lining cost the :$.era
I hand from a peon riding leading or .
Rooms 5,6,7. Frissell Bldg., Miami j vided. | driving a res'h> horse or horses or from 75c to $1.50 a :and against 25c to 60o that other liningin t*
Sec. 2 That all automobiles, or0vb.er % '
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conveyance as above described{} oilier draft' ai l iaU, bring such mo- 4 I other makes*-cost: It's simply life difference between comet ling& ; iA

G. A. .W orlcy; shall by the owner or person having torcar or othfep1convejance, as above ,- good and someth ng cheapetwcen the beat and a make-sh ft- *
IIhe I same in his .custody, managementor 'if:i'described immediately! to a stop; and between perfect construction and cheap work. Schloss lining are '
Attorney at Law )/ control be entered of record In a traveling'lijan opposite directlou'to t only one ) aiIjrmg '
i amonjjScljlosuperiorities. Cloth.findingft.cuttingan
y book kept for that purpose by the. such a per Pn riding leading or : -
310 h: ,Twelfth St,, Miami, Florida '! city clerk of the city of Miami,show.- drlvfng; such riitire horse or horses. are all of thesa.me darde\"t'rJthing the bent money,ca buy:
i |lug the name of the manufacturer. or other Jratgf animals remain stationary 1
a ,amount of horsepower seating capac- so Jonas; mar be reasonableto
GeO. M. Robbjns\ sty kind of motor power used and allow such horse or animal to pass;
: TUucville. Fla. : I!i'owner, agent having the same in his rand If traveling,iu the same direction,

v>I''f Attorney, and Counselor {custody such automobile, management or other or control vehicle; and as I 1 I passing use such,-,then reasonable bii thereafter precaution such horse in 4' $ j)0) to $20 rx

At animal If: farther
tij!'j LAW above described shall then be numbered or a to prevent
:, Will practice U an Co.ru, Sate aod I'ed.ra't as directed by the city clerk !frightening pp&vlded Horse that the 'samein
such animal
case or appear
and lettered with the letter "II and: (
: such number or numbers and letter: badly frightened, the person operate
t, Hudson & ing such vehicle or upon request so I .
,Boggs shall be furnished by the owner or
to do, such person so operating such
agent of any such vehicle or convey'ance
LawIII shall be vehicle shall .c}use the motor of the,
Attorney at as above described and
p hung from the same in such ma.nner'i,same to ceas<*:running so long as maybe
Townlev Banding; ,Miami Florida as to be plainly risible from the rear reasonably! necessary to prevent ;
,
i farther said horse
'P.4.' Ignre affixed,or stamped figures or and printed letter thereon not less in I animal I to frightening prevent accident and to In or Schloss clothes are not too good for you; the Price .
8XAOGB. M. DOffle ., sure the safei of others .
height
than three (3) Inches In and .
with **4 Crow rtumao two (2) Inches In width for the letter -' Sec. 10. lease of accident to any '
B.flidAftvM l4tb Street and for each numeral before any person or property on the streets or is what you always pay. jLet us show ybu the'stylesr .
con.,"" C such automobile or other conveyanceor other blghway4'of the city of Miami .
f iUAMI FLORIDA. vehicle as described above, shall due to the operation thereon 0: any f
to be such motor vehicle or conveyance as I '
be run or cause run upon any :
Dr. James M. Jackson Jr.' of the streets avenues or otherhigh.'a above de8crlb d.the person operating 1 '
: ,. of the city of Miami, Pro- such vehicle'fhall stop and upon re- -
OfnceCorwrl24St.8ndAve.BOpposite {rided. That the person or persons quest of the person Injured or from any 1 :
r Owning controlling or managing person present t give such person his
> HalQM Hal any, such conveyance or vehicle ai name and address and If not the owner
above described who has or have of suco}vehicle, then in such '
.Hoc s 3 to fInd 7 t9,8 p. m. paid a license In any of the States event, shall(give the name anj address W.RhodesClothier ..
other than the State of Florida or of luchi' owner.
'DR. W. B.RUSH.. hal paid a city license In any other I SEc. 1L fAll automobiles or other
I city ,of the State of Florida shalr up conveyancesOs! above described for
c' Office OT-Jith: street, !Phone 41. on the:exhibition of such license be hire shall be subject to the same license I r
i Beatdeaae, M Bth Sw exempt from the requirements of this charge; and regulations now U ken's .
MIAMITLA. section for the period of ten (10) days force or than may hereafter be provided Clothier and Furnisher #
;
after such automobiles or other conveyance for in the:regulation of hacks cabs .

as.above described shall and other vehicles soliciting businessand .
have been brought Into this the city patronage on the streets of the \;

,. J.H.F. Mulletl.. M. D. of Sea Miami.S. That the city clerk' of the I city.Sea 12. "shalli be the duty of I Don't forget the Number 322 Twelfth Street Miami Florida j
conveyance :
.. Office: Boom B and 4 city ,of Miami shall be paid by, the operator or;Driver of any such
rrlssell Bnlldlnjc' owner or agent of said vehicle or conveyance d;;.above described, or of : "
I Bonn 10 .. m. to IS ml etoep.m ai above described a fee o' any person Driving any hack, cab:omnibus '" ,

R**>dnce 1U;IPtn *tr *t. twenty-five (25) cents for recording or other vehicle of,, any,nature "i- .- I _
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'anysuch".vehicle" or",conveyance ai whatsoever' 0r; -any person riding -a ... ------ ,
FlED BUTTER; above described as required In Sec. horse or otter animal or a'bicycle In : I -- .

2! of this. ordinance. or upon toe streets of the city of
:' : General Contractor. Sec:'.4. All conveyances'or Vehicles Miami in passing any other person .
as above described shall be equipped operating or:driving. any such automobile
Oradlng.Blasting... with one good horn song or bell and or other conveyance or vehicle
ajiatiolla1'Ballk
W1I Drilled. Sidewalk ihall show betlreeD' the hour of sun as above psCribed. or driving any The Fort
}}, set'and the hour'of sunrise;, iwo (%' hack, cab (Ii' omnibus or other veh-
i lights showing a white light at a idle of any nature 'whatsoever,or anyperson
1 W. C. Maynard distance of Three Hundred (300) feet ridiflg any animal or bicycleto -
: ', ahead and shall show a red light affixed go on tbi right hand side of the .. I .

'/i;, -: 'GRADUATEIOPTICIAN'With to the 'rear of said vehicle or street in Bypassing such person.' '.
.. With Maynard !* Son. J.w.l.r. conveyance as above described; such Sea 13. IJhat any person violatingany 6774 .
rear light to be ,unobstructed from provision of this ordinance shall 'I ,
1:1; ATMM'D_ alto Poet Oficti behind by any'portion of said vehicle. be punished by fine not exceeding .

.> See 5. No, such automobile!*! or 100.00 orjby Imprisonment snot exceeding .,'
a i GEO. L. MCDONALD other" vehicle or conveyance as above CO.;( ,days or'1>, both such fine t .

ChD the described/ streets shall; avenues be run or,upon other'any,public of of and the Imprisonment Court in the descreUon, United States Depository. ::::: Depository State of Flf )rida 1

,.<;Buwyiaf ac4 SrtdfrUUff Lads a ipvulttCOCOAJfUT highways of the city ot Miami by &111pel'lOn Sec. 14. That all ordinances or '

C GROTX.. FLA.: under the age of 18 years .' parts of ordinances In conflict with I ,f I,
.r. See. 6.1 That It shall be unlawful the provisions hereof be r and the -
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to run or same are bereby repealed. I ,
'Det.ARMOSrbhite0t. or any person or persons "
C.
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.ti WALTER cause to be run any such vehicle or Sea 15.sThIs! ordinance shall take
": conveyance as above described on effect after 1 publication as required Report of condition on April 6tH 1906. reported to _
any of the streets avenue'or other by Section,.20 of the Charter and thee .
_, -.f., j i, highwaywithin the city limits o: th lapse of time required for penal ordinanCe the Comptroller of.the Currency-Condensed .

1210'Are, C 'Miami.'n city of Miami at a rate of speed great 1iT1 the same section. .
? er than ten (10) miles per hour from Passed this ltd day,. of May..,A.-- -DL, .
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the'hoar of sunrise to the'hour of 1806.( | -

: :" The Chapman-"ouse unset, or at & rate of speed greater F. H. WHARTON .
f., than eight (I) miles per hour betweenthe .. j" President City CounciL'. Resources
IF. W. CHAPMAN. Prop.SLSO the boor of Attested .- R. '
hour of sunset and : O'Neal. ,
nits ,
da T. Special 1M week .
; tr y ,.
e-. fe
"{ .w&ut.... alue 00M&mtfe Carnal of.Moeu4 Palm.'u.a Beech..M ppIa u.a the above provision. It 'shall Approved this Srd day .of 1I&7..A-' Loans and discounts. .:...... . ... .. .. .... .. .. ..........$422,070.6( .
k.. a.wa irUter nrtemi.of Bo thn I'IoII be unlawful for-any person or persons D.. 1905. .
.: sled hutia*,atfaff OCM tatkUf. *to'ran or cause to be ran any Overdrafts, secured. .,:!...... .. .. .... ................;.;. 18,747.78 '
k' D.Iray, Florida neb vehicle or conveyance u above .
I described. over or upon any of '" 'iI -. U. 8. Bonds, and premium. ..... ... .... ".;...-.. .. :.:. 71,000:0\
the.streets, avenues or other public #
A.W. Graham J stocks and Bonds. :
highway within the city limits of the Other ...4..V 41,000.00

Contractor and Builder; city of Miami u aforesaid at anytime 'ft Banking House .. ....... .J... .. ... ... .. ..' .. .. ... .. 50,000. 1{
Satisfaction at a rate of speed greater,than ,

,Guaranteed U proper or reasonable-even If less Due from banks and U. S. 'r'''reasurer . .... ... .. .. 74,657.92 :
than ten or eight miles nonr-
Let.etnrae wcat..d .J..,..,.'.... per-
To ry.
the and 47,758.8k.
Eeiereecee KteiExpert .... pastel' ad JwU baring due regard to use Cash in vault.-. '
"
caU'rP.o.'M: K1aaU1I. traffic of the highway or so as to t
endanger the life or limb of any person $725,235.13Liabilities
1 or, the safety of any property in r
TypewriterRepairing the city of )Miami' or In a' reckless I
manner showing disregard, or In : a.
s a manner any way Indicative of a disregard "
ot the rights of others usingor '
c. having the right to use said public .
ft. .r.J.
) PRESTON highways of the city of Miami as Capital .. .. .. .. .: . .. ..... ... .., ..... ..., ..100000.00 I .
304 9th St p;o. Box 311'Emil -

e aforesaid.Sec.. 7. That It shall be unlawful Surplui and undivided profits. .... .... :. u.... ,' ... .. 6,766.q7,

A.. Ehmann for, any person or persons operatingany i National Bank Notes .. ..I.:: '
such vehicle or conveyance as .566,468.46-

t,r r above described to run any such vehicle DEPOSITS.'f..t: ..- ... ; .. .i .....:::. .... .. ... .
;Ardiitect or, conveyance in turning any .
street corner or sharp, curve, or over : $725,235.13
West Palm Beach Florida any bridge or fill, within The limits r
of!he" city of Miami at a rate of speed I.
,
Merritt 'greater than four ,miles per hour, 1.
& Kolb I
further It shall be unlaw.'ul for any '
'
t Real Estate Rentals etc or'such operating person such or persons vehicle so or running conveyance The Fort Dallas I Pi Upnal Bank offers to all customers old and ne >'-every

n'M.uged' as above described to turn any The nub is over and while y.. Unto favor consistent with sounjl'ljanking' ideas, and every accomodation i ii .keeping

C. near 12th Si.,Miami.'Fla. street corner or sharp curve, or cross !( with their balances and financial standing.Wm. '
the ttmej drop in and take a lost. at .
"Ii.T any bridge or fffi or pass over en1
Intersection of or crossing of any Other Snt j
our line of Woolens. Don't for-
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of Miami without first giving run get thdjplace, '
DENTIST and due notice by use of said horn t*
gong or bell or to fan at any time JOHN SEWELL A BRO President I Gee. R.
Finley Building' :'I I to have said vehicle or conveyance ft M. Drown, Gomjh. Cashier tlx

Artistic Work thoroughly under perfect control, the same at a.' Headquarters for smart Tailor*j< .
Executed 1 rate of speed exceeding 4 miles pet j
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$i ,,;ae;, uring the session of legislature of 190), Hon Hudson Burr introduced in the House of Representative 1s a bill fixing railroad fares at

-J -.', J:. 7I1iI three cents per mile in this State. |fhe bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs, where, after .

l ,'"r. .. hearing evidence and careful consideration, the committee reported the bill back-to the house, "That i il do not pass. When the bill

came up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee! moved to indefinitely postpone the bill, as was the custom for the Chairman -

,; of any committee to do when the committees report was against the passage of the bill He stated, among other things, that the

.:;" railroad'Commission was at that very timfe considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad Commission -

did not wish the legislature to i interfere, and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 cents.the pot thousand mile book which

r : was then sold at f 55.00 could be sold for}i30.00, and! further stated that the Committee had reason to (believe that if the rate' was

4I '. ,-5t. 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

;' ,t', that asmade the law had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to dp. With this reportthe frt'mhe House Committee, who had

,.. .' P" ipvestigation, and other information before me. I took the position that the railroad commission would fix the rate at three .
:Ii } cents, when jt would stand the test of the' courts as the .Supreme Court:had long since decided that alj' quasi corporations was entitled !- .

".: :: '." to.a reasonable interest on their investment, and., not knowing,what the investment, receipts or expenses were, I preferred to leave it

." .;'/ .with.the people,who did know and who hd been elected for that purpose, so voted against the bill. When the bill came up in the Senate .._
,' .h ;a big m3Jot'lty of the Senators eviaently thought as I did! as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a 18 to 10. Senator Carson of

"1 : Osceola County who, I am'sure had.as much to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any vote man, and whose father-in-law, '. ,

," .;: 'J' Hon..'p M Bryan. a commissioner aijthat 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 question In Senate Journal, page 999'
Senator Baker of the soth district (and amore f'i honorable man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: ri

,_ "Mr.' President: Myposition on such questions as this is a matter ol record and well known to all. I have helped enact into '

m --.f ,.,,. law"a measure that delegates full power to a Commission elected by the people whose,duty it is to pass upon all such questions. leave ,

": i,. the responsibility with the commission, and i shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill. j .

Ts: .. As, further evidence that my position was the correct one. we find the rate was afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage

zE .: ,, : books "kept vat two and one half cents. ti| j

,:':. I regret very much to be forced intlo a newspaper controversy b tas, some few political agitators a curbstone politicians seem to'

': "' have nothing to do but walk the str.ets"nd: endeavor to array one class of citizens against another, and are endeavonng to injure me in

;," ., my race for Representative, I have written the above, but I promise not to pay any further attention. .to them.

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

',.. '. \.them not to take the statement of my political enemies. '. '
,i" I shall leave the matter with the pebple. They know me and they know my opponent so vote for'Ourchoice, and I will be satisfied :
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MADE BY THE MIAMI RECORD


Will Address The People I ,'" .


TO THE DEMOCRATIC V( TERS OF DADE COUNTY:

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Since I do not own a pewspaper and must pay for the space that t ruse
I may not be able to meet attack on me a* fact'aa they can be pcb| 4
fished; but I ball endeavor, before May 15, to answer all statement that ;
'LEMONCIT : teem to demand a reply. I
It may not be general; understood why I have inch active, and even
venomous, opposition from] the Miami Record, Involrlni. aa It does, 4 r
complete change of attitude towards me, personally and officially within(
the last few months. 4ar aa known to me. the Record's present views'
.''? ,-*'* I IJ4 Im .are due to the following causes: I "
\ Wedn.esday.Evening 'May.9 : FIRST: The Record favors one of my opponent for Clerk of th1 a
Circuit Court and la pursuing the course that his friends think best cal
culated to win votes. | 4
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: County politic and resents] my temerity In running for office without. pert
mission from headquarters. '
,,. ,! THIRD: There are personal reasons: One of these crops out ii
... the Record's editorial of 25th. entitled "Has He Been FaithfulH
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.t\ 'NJ''' .;,' fH';' .iit--".of! ; .", ." where it la charged that I 1 April betrayed a b'uJt.repoled in me'by personal "
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1 ; : Before replying to these:Insinuations la adetail, I demand that the
1'j m' .',', ': CHARGES be published" ID detail. Whenever the INSTRUMENTS U}
,.'Pii....,, :'" !, J : ..'.' r Question are published.' It WILL APPEAR on the FACE: of them that
t there WERE CERTAIN >OBLIGATIONS imposed 'upon the OTHER PART
,twM, ;; TIES to the agreement, the. parties now claiming to be aggrieved (whom rt
- RirSrt' I I \ '",*,'>5O..>-.".*,,'.. A.t'1'\h.' t _'II it I* prudent to designate a.* "X" and."Z" In order to avoid the aceusauo ,
":. m .. 4 of divulging secrets). j I |
tci: "#.; \. A'vc4 -, ';. I shall be able to. show!! when the accusations are made specific enough
s., Jfi .I' to warrant it, that .X"
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:' ';. on their part and to PROtECT A MAJORITY of the parties to the agreement ;
and I assert unequivocally that it was not prompted by any other
; motive. I think that any- lawyer or any man with common sense will!
K few cay that when an agreement is violated by one party, the other party IB L
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K I AM READY to go nto DETAILS whenever. the Record MAY see,
fit to do so.FOURTH. I .
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: Last, but not least, the bo+:d of County Commissioners..
ft i.* iM Ar tig ',' of which body I am a member, was so unpatriotic, at the beginning of the
< year, to designate anotheij paper than the Record as the County's official f
organ. SINCE THEN{ the Record has seen a NEW LIGHT and has discovered ;
: that the official conduct of the Board has been reprehensible aatr
t detrimental to the'Interests of .the people (on the principle perhaps than'
.. .- ."WE" are the people-. j I r
m ,. The charge has been !made by the Record that I did not act In gool
faith with Mr. Flits and that I used and conn'.enancel underhand methods
--defeat the appointment] of Mr*. Dearborn. THOSE who are RESPONSIBLE v
... I '..' r for this CHARGE ;.against me have been offered INCONTROVERTIBLE ;
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NEVER been a word published by the Record, to corret the INJUSTICE
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I I DENOUNCE these charges as ABSOLUTELY FALSE and win glad y .
submit the evidence to one who will call for it j
that
-, As to the charge ] I Toted to use aj"ney from the general fund o
flY the preliminary.expense: of the West Palm Beach Drainage, District., f.
; : I accepted a legal oplnioi} that such action was lawful which opinion w$s 4
% .GEO,:A. WORLEV li : : 'tendered'by' the Board's attorney who was selej'-ed tof the position wib.| r
the APPROVAL and HEARTY ENDORSEMENT of the RECORD'S EDITOR
ir Candidate For If the attorney did not know the law I could: not be expectei: to.,, If I vlo. '
Representative I sated the law, I did It unfittingly and actin; In good faith. I ',
I I Ii I DENY as being ABSOLUTELY FALSE, tin charge that I hate
PROMISED or SELECTED any man or men for the position as DEPUTY: ;
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CLERK under me, be lele t 11i to the office of Clerk nor will I
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a under tIDy,clrcumstancee j so until the people have. by their totes .
L" prr r>ed their choice for me as their Clerk of Cc rt. Yours respectfuly
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[the price that make Everything For The House( the price qualm ;;


four goods popular .
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}!' 'Office'Phone 35 |H.| |M. KING. 1 tag! 'Pone68 vine's George leading M; legal Robbins lights, one, Is of in Titus-tow I i I, '. POP' "' # j'J.J.

Any'DA' |p. today on business w /"-

Undertaker Embalmer
and
Mr W M. Brown, the prominent
banker, arrived this morning from 1
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1300 AVENUE D I his home In Titusville where he' spent Is averyboaya Mm for
- RESIDENCE 219 7th STR-E1 the week end with his family. soft drink. All other mats
-Pep' but thay;>*it all male
I Mr. T. A. Feaster, one of West ji

Is apt to be one on which Palm Beach's prosperous merchants

.. ". you' will have to, purchase ( 'erSOllai &rave Motes: -r) his II in friends.Mr. town.today shaking hands with Cas cade"Ginger .


Frank Gautier, a popular tray f c
ruing salesman from Jacksonville, is
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A Mr. E L. Brady went up to his Ask your grocer: for Blue Ribbon In town today and says he don't know Ale
borne In Titnsville this morning. Lemon or Vanilla, the cheapest as bow many bosses he has aa be"takes
' well as the be t. Absolutely 'pure, orders from everybody." I .

. r WEDDINGGIFT Six Iota with 250 fttt riparian goes twice as.' ,ar as other kinds and

rights. Wilson A Huddleston. the flavor is perfection. For Rent Fnrnishel house: cool Wo art o o axtiMvc MsNA Better Off
- i f: six rooms and bath. 219 Tenth St. of "Caacado In title tarrttafy.There .'
i J \VUllam Refily went np this mornIng Deputy Sheriff P. fl. Roper of Danla are a lot of ftlftfora ales 1 H .
f to Ft. Lauderdale to look after came down this morning with a negro but none to eompCascade. With smoke to
; Mr. George P. Bull was a passengeron without a than hale OM that
\' the ten acre crop of tomatoes grown named Jesse f Mitchell, charged with ." So ow yea tst '
'\' Saturday's. night train bound for la unsatisfactory.: Not 1itce.arr"
.' there by Capt. Dodge of Mlamt stealing a .and chain. "CaaeaoV and no es5tsts ;
watt I bis home In 'Ojus spending Saturday pay high pricea i for cigars,la order ,,
'here on bnsiaessconnected with J to get them goods; Our ten cent cigars -
Picture traffics mad to order. Tao. Mr. U. E. Tefwllleger. who has numerous Democratic Executive Mall orders will size up anywhere being
F Racket Store. .1 the Dade County |iv'a apodal attontloa worth
Ir property{tntereltlhere'and Committee. of which body be is double. The Norma Uarttnoa aletto:
has been in iilami for the past five' Secretary.Boat cigar'should n.e, have been tagged
We'll be ready' Tor you when W L Metcalf, the mayor of West I or six rnonthij! |left last night for his AcmcBottlineWorks with inch a small price The Quality:
Palm Beach, and one of that town' home in -New;York State. He will would of the tobacco and Ita excellent flavor -
|the day comes with the right leading attorneys Is In town today 1 return in the''tarly. fall bargain now ,tempt and off :x stamp It aa a ten cent. r..AD oar '
season purchase. Type: sailing MIAMI, -
: '.'Goods at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON oa business. : power.6-8 by 16 18. Address Box 15, JFLORIDA cigars are in PKKKBUT CONDITIONHAYES

Two furnished cottages for rent to Cocoanut Grove Fla. Sixth Street, Weep; of the lee Factory
Don't fall to see Grandmother Hll- November J. H. Tatnm t Co. I ,
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debrand's 35c
Legacy Monday night
Mr. T. J. Hardee, one of the candidates l
and 50c.Hudson. Mr. C. F. left last night for Stole Watch and Chain
tpung for the office of County Tax
the North tb>|spend two or three Collector went to Stuart Saturday Mr.: and Mrs. James Embley and

B. Saunders one of West months. He will first go to ElianTUle. night and will spend the greater partof Mrs _Embley's mother have left for ;

Palm Beach's leading citizens is In N,. Tt thence to Ohio to visit this week between there anj Miami Mrs. Embley's home in Long Branch, .., :
town today shaking bands with his i friends and|relatives and will vlalt Ulkldfc to the voters regarding they
N. J.. where will spend the
, ) JEWELERS and OPTICIANS many friends. other northern kinds before returningto his race for the collectorship The Cigar Man
, Miami. 9t summer. Mr. Embley has been con
< Next to Poatotnco M....... Flor. tfaI nected with Youngs pharmacy for the
j Six lots with 250 feet riparian W. J. Brown, the popular plumber, OPPOSITE HOTEL B1SCAYNE:
: rights./ Wilson A Huddleston.Mr. Laugh ann cry with us in Grand- left Saturday for,New York upon re past fear and.bat; made many friends .

I: mother Hlld .hrand', Legacy. A sensational ceiving In ormation that his brother during that dma
ti Mrs. L G.: McAllister-Beck J. W. Chambers, cashier In the drama. In five acts. Monday, had died there that day. He will be charming lady nd is well known asa The Gantler Mouse wTTT bo open for
k Electric Light and Water Works May T. gone about ten days. I singer. It It hoped by Miami'syoung the summer at summer Airy
offices here went up to Palm Beach society people that they will rooms and fine cuisine. rtu.

If Saturday night and spent Sunday with Mr. J. Jilt Chamberlain, the photographer Lost Chills small pocket book return to this city next winter, although T-- i yt
Real Estate' friends.. left last night for his sum: with brass chain handle, souvenir ot I Mr. Embley was not sure of I For Rent Small furnished hones

I mer home tat Martha's Vineyard a World's Fair, containing $1.85, and such, a, move when he left. on BoulevardtAddrei Box ns.I t
r Summer ratea at ttta Rutherford beautiful island at the end of Long -
some Empire tickets. Please leave I I .
Rentals, I Insurance .Boarding House. %%3, Ninth street Island. He-V reports a very prosperous atBrady's Store. be t
I I' season and' will return again in To Parents: School will 1 Soon Out

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'" ,- a.p. engine...l6.milea. .-,Grandmother: .Flildebraad'a.Legacy,' LeavF-at"Racket Store.- j
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: Suit&Ner2: :=32 2th S1 Afldrfti..JIotjJiUBoat: ; ,_iioiopolti.iroaster ; Andltorium,3tonda;_ fay'7.Sam..and .
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Lindy'a couriin is worth the price of ,II"J f MniConsertorg[ of-Music;
... warn to list your property. ,admflllon--oUe.. and SOc. C., afberta. prominently connected
with the local electric light and In
>N' .water works office, has maved his Will hold a]special Summer term May 1st to August 1st, Violin, 3

1 1 family Into, the new house recently t Piano, Kindergarten and P lma;',Music.' Call or writ f parties .

JEDJOFFATSDairy built for him b) Contractor J. J. Hol lara and tsrms. A line opportunity the folk PractIce

ly. r The Bobbins Graham: addition Pianos supplied free 11tf' .
I ThlD1E. {'n which Mr. Roberts honse is located
FRANKLIN.COLEMAN BUSH Director. r 125 Twelfth Street
Is rapidly building up and in no I .1 I f ,
Lunch distant future will be one of. the most
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B. Douglas Fop.On T. Blake Walker,'or JacknoivMle i \
who has been the guest! of her sister, 1.-
Everything new including Mrs. Frank T. Budge has left for her ?s.-.

home, though she will stop at Ti- M ON GUARD s
:the building, making the tnslvlle for a few days to visit her parents \ ',,

"" I Capt. and Mrs. James Pritehard. Read and Hand to Some One Else ;'j- .
st and neatest din- ., >.t 39s1
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account of death of !Sir._ / Douglas' MOSSIER means sirs intnatmansi 4 ft it a significant fact at each elec- ., -i...:

:.,'fog{ room. in the city. II '.3', .' Uon. that the railroads connive. to x a;, .
There are many people who can ran Into office men whom they believe -
this will be closed
sister store Mondayand
; read human nature In the lines of the will be subservient to their In- ;,
AN IDEAL. PLACE hand. They tell to their own satisfaction I terests.The .' ..
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rOR LADIES' Tuesday. Will open j] Wednesday what kind of a person carries following editorial from the ; t"
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I ._ tell a man by the war he holds his paper published Wauchula, c;
Not Connected..with a salons morning., Goods_ ,advertised'for Mondays head. There are others who can tell In DeSoto County, puts the people OB .I
by the penmanship what kind of /a '., < guard in ,this campaign: -.
.. sale person he Is, and in each case there la ,:: "CoL T. J. Appleyard. editor of the* .

s Buttermilk.every day'. ,, selling will be put, ;,on ] Wednesday much truth. .., Florida Index Secretary of the Florida :1 tr
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: 5c;a glass.I Light re-. Did you ever atop to think that yon Press' Association. Secretary of :
J1! can tell a firm by its advertising the Florida Stat Senate Secretary- 2
served dnriogaQ low Red the ad .' s
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freshraents: at'-the. prices. -
; same : over Study the ads in this paper and yon Treasurer of the'Lake City Board of ,

: tours.gird will be surprised how true to life they .; Trade, has announced himself a candidate .J ..'
are.. Tola la a better test of our theory ..
for Railroad Commissioner.
i. there interest r
,careful, as are bargains -o, you than thing else. Ton know
; door east of Avenue D on 13th any .l Cot Appleyard la a big Jolly fellow; .. ,. 'i .1.
the merchants and you can judge how fine fellow to be out with for a good -
+'street Front Baildia?. Maim'Tla.TimesUnion I far wrong a
we are. time, but he has been too closely
.. There are the firms who have been in .'.'
connected with the corporation in -
Business a long time and have fair
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terests of Florida to make good commissioner ;
.j Will a.eotils Resident
EngineerMr. business at a good profit. They are
.; *v THE-RACKET( STORELS and;'lira E. G. FOBS,.trto have satisfied to let things take their course in short; we believe he la '
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... '" a corporation;candidate. and that the
heri Their ad tells that they can be found
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;;;u been all. winter left last nightfor I corporation will furnish him the
at the same old place and their good .
.J. TO PIAURibbo'ns .Greensboro, N. toes to aslnme{ the position of resident 'to change the reading, heap their "Aa secretary of the Florida Press

f engineer. |or i' the Southern Railway.Mrs. ad,*tands the lime all the year, and. Association Mr. Appleyard has done
after ,_ much for the Association, and doubt
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POMJus; been a guest at the year There are year.other firms who make less many editors in the State feel t ., ,'

Daily aod has Rutherford during her stay here and sensational runs of prices below the under obligations to him, and we regret .
made'many:: friend
during that that the Advocate can not support
coat price and when read it
time yon yon
while Mr. Posa Eaa been connected him. His former connections
andLaces look at once for the book for yon know ;
wth, the F. E. C. Extension with the Flagler interests are
enough
Sundayn Jt Is a bait because no man can sell ,
operations as engineer. A host of goods below cost unless he makes It to arouse one's suspicions, .and the ,
their frlenda were at the depot last op Bono offeer way. tact that he la now preparing aa address -

Seven Issues night,to jbid, them_ _coo4b1e.aROAID There la the firm with the oaten to be published throughout the
,. in sentence. "Wo want your money" State at so much per line further
Keep this mind we save -
' ; -ate Sate '..1 It .._ That was a fool thing to advertise and .,confirms this suspicion. Since Mr. '
you money. -, 1 the way It was run showed the firm Applejrard's enforced retirementfrom
the field. It We tabe has .
Do It was new In advertising eKy been publishing
nOt Get Blue Ribbon
Lemonor
.. Ask any of our customersWe ,Vanilla Absolutely was run until everybody wan tired a paper at Lake City, and ire do sy
pure, goes and the papers did not want to print not believe he II.any more. personally a' -
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15 Week -- twice as(t as other kinds and the It any longer. Then that firm madea ... able to go into such a campaignthan
.cts. flavor la(
a :. perfection.. .
I change of front and advertised that the average country editor, and
wQ have .a sale on shoes next 1"I' they would fill any order made to the generally country; editor of Florida -

tek that*ffl Interest you catalougae house for cents less than .. are not millionaires. In. his letter
w It could be delivered from ChIcago. : '
1kt .r ':' .,' U5-.QUIT-U i' asking rates from the Advocate ae
t J c f'1 Everybody said it could not be done says check will accompany order;sad .
KILLS but the firm made good their promise the question comes to our mind: la +
MOSQUITOES and that is always the test of value of Lake City a gold mine for country
SMITHS EVEAt'THfNo- IGI.lus Fn lOcim advertising. Their ads have been oi editors, or la It more probable that : '
v ., AND SELL IT CHEAPE the kind that It takes very little effort the corporations are" furnishing the .
t. for the mind of the observant, intelli- T* -
Patent Applied For gent reader and buyer to see that money
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l1. Chaile & Son
r BOOKSTORIi W. r they are up to. date and leading in
Musiuiru0MFG' their line.
1211 Avenue 0, Miami, FIt .. ; CO. ,MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY.
.r i MIVMIJIVR. and 10 Cent Annex at 1111 Ave D. ;; acksonville,Fla.' "We want your money:
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t I TOjthe Voters of Dade County: .
MIAMI: FLORIDA Political thereby announce myself as \ can.didate -I
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4! ..chanlcai and Hydrsulle CnglnrWlndmQU. for renomlntfon to the officeofifcounty Y
: Tax Col ctor, subject to
< steel towers tanks, tuHa -j the''action of the I ojocratlc Primary Great Sale
pumping engines, flTanUd Announcements i t tdtte held May li. 1906. CIaraoceAT
gad Mack pipe at wholesals. Special :. I'. N. G IIUar.
auehlBCiy designed and bnflt. Agent m __ .
lor Ccl* Acetylene Gaj Generator FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond I
Announcement inter thin heading District
will be inserted i until after the Demoeratc I
Dade,
Pnm tr.....In th* Daily Jletropoli : T&Uhe Democratic Voters of
_fur 10.DO; Weekly Metro $5.00, g ountythereby;": :
Miami Skating or in txrtb the luili .and Weekly Me- -- t
y trovolu for*100UPosltlv.ly. I ; announce myself as a can 1 1
dl4ate for the office of County Commissioner
will i -
aoannunncemrnl theca from the Second District I! I I
be Inverted rain accompanied by
: .h. I ot?Dade county, subject to the will'!

Rink II I o .;the Democratic voters as expressed \
a ':the coming primaries.Paul. >
I C. Jones. \ BUIDINS
t For Representative :
Open 8 to 10 .. m. for beginers candidacy]! %'est Palm Beach. Fla. itOR j :
I hereby announce my
3 Open 2 to 5 p. m. I ,
tor the of Representative
position :
Open 7 toll p. m- I i COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Dade County. To I submit
yon
rom
i I i Fifth District 1 3
afternoon reserved for ladlesSaturday question of qualifications
Tuesday toe my 1 1r
f !:hereby announce mr candidacy foi
"
reserved children la that capacity. If'
forenoon to represent you :
{domination to the office of County j
nominated at the Democratic primary "
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS ;' QttTnmlssloner, subject to the action; -
-electlon I
I and. elected at the generai
25 cents ofjthe Democratic primary, and, so-;
Admission 10 cents Skating shall devote my best egoru to your I : "
licit. the of Democratic' continues wit renewed interest and
St. Wed of Ice Factory Upstairs service and the welfare and op-build- support .my \igp. ;
/th frlendg> i r'e
I shall receive
ing of Dade county my j '
In The Good Old Summer Time I earnest consideration. ; 1G. TweedelL I! \\ add a !number of i im ortant items to those alread mentioned

You Will Find- at I Respectfully J. W Watson. |'i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFirst .

J JTo District I .
Johnson & Tompkins For Representative !hereby announce mycelf! as a can-j j
I dilate for the office of county com mi.-
the People of Dade County: .
shiter from the First District of
Dales
,
At the request of friends and with i C jynty, subject to the decision of the 20 dozen ladies' gauze vests, tap d neck25c' I Yard wide unbleached DC mestlc $1 I

5, 'and lOc desire to serve you In the State Candidate Legislature I Democratic primaries.. I: and sl.eeve. worth anywhere 20 yards to each customer' for. -_--
I
-
I announce myself .a '
I
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for this office subject to the Democratic -cling[? Ch as. W. McPherson., i' ten cents npw 4 for..... ,.. ....-... .. .
Store primary to be held In.May.I Fla. 12 yards Lonsdale 1 ForetMeQ[ \ I

Variety respectfully -solicit the support ct 20 dozen ladies' gauze vests 25c Not Bleaching for._.___+:._.._-:-
the people ol Dade county and If -FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERf '
for
3
worth 15c
for housekeeping. No. S now -'-'- M---
light
Any,useful article elected, I will faithfully and Impartially .
In tin, granite and wooden ware.A .the Voters of Dade County:
discharge the duties'ot the office, Shirts
t? nice ,line of door and porch mat*. and will doall Id my power for your f 4 hereby announce myself as a candidate 12 dozen ladies' gauze vests, 25G Great Line of Sacrificed.

Lamps, rugs Conch hat, etc. A fine est Interest and welfare. I trust to [ for renomInation to the office worth 2oc, now 2 for._..:-...-'..._.... ,
h assortment of toilet article, notion lave the pleasure of meeting the rot- oU[ County Commissioner In District We have a broken line of Cluet and
fia-. for ladle and gentlement. Outfitter era at an early date and discuss all X*. S. subject to the action of the Ten dozen assorted Turnover collars in Monarch shirts ia attached and detached :
In mall ware, for light housekeeping ubUc questions and define folly my democratic primary election. to beheld cuff.. Al60coatf hirt whichwe
black, white blue and pink I wortt
1: No. 1017 Avenue D, Miami, Fla. lotluon in reference therein May 15th. 1906.: 25cstocks we offer to close in |T WO LOTS
,I recognize the fact .that a public T. A.. Wlnfleld. 25 to 35c now two for....-.,-.-- .

office Is a public trust, and should I Lot 1 Cluet attached and detached cuffs
FOR COMMISSIONER One assorted lot of Silk and was ,
you honor me with your vote, I will '
"Wire for appreciate confidence! and District No. SI'd coat"shirts, priced a'.50j: : '
hIghly your worth thtrt to seventy- $1 I 20
the Democratic Voters ef Dade .25c.and I
Met : trill he loyal to your Respectfully Interest; I'd : five cents; your choice for-...-. 2.00 now----r

G. A. Worley.For take this method o*. announcing five fine'Unnene Lot 2. Monarch- attached and detached'hemsttched '
You" candidacy for the office of county Twenty dozen ladies

and I'll' Wire for. .. Clerk of the Circuit Court Commissioner from District No. 8. sub handkerchiefs, put ip 3 in cuffs, worth 1.25, now j 95cSpecial

1 .fo the Democratic Voters ot Dade l ect to the action off the1 Democratic at__._.._______ ....
and worth to 15c -t----
Phone '176 County: lilmarr. On account of being engag- a box, 10 I5cL95c "

I hereby present, my name to the fllu"egetable growing It will be 1mlosalble This sale per box.....-......--";--. !
voters In the coming Democratic primary for' me to' make a personalinvass Shoe 'AnnouncementLawn
G. H. BROWN as candidate "clerk'-of the of the county my crop de- 100 lawn and silk baby caps at hflf f price ,

w drcnlt court for Dade .county. landing my attention just at this Keith's K and 't.OO'wonh
ELECTRICAL: CONTRACTOR Having resided acre for twenty-fir ime. This being the case I earnestlyUrge and percale wrappers : queror",3.D
I Invite' and iaTstlca- i all my friends to do what they
rears inquiry 1.50 .. .... .. ..
We this
now exclusive for!
1113fAvCMB C, -- are agent famous hoe
lon of those who do not know me per* gin in my behalf R. L. Wall
For style, fit and service this line has DO
to reputation a> clt- : n
anally as my a Lan Klmonas and
sacques 45c perior and few equals. JUST RECEIVED: t
zen, my r* ord aa aa official im yean FOR. COUNTY COMMISSIONER
JUt and my fitness ani competencyor 6th District .worth 75c, now.-------- a new line in all the late'nd' popular styles

the office to which I aspire., 4Mr. KIrk'Munroe.ot Cocoanut Grove, ,
U elected I promise fair and courts'us vine been unanimously nominated .
BISCAYNEDRUG, treatment to every citizen at:the or) county commissioner'hy a mass : '
T tands of 'every person connected with nee ting of citizenswe hereby an- W. M. Burdine 316-318 TW fth St

be once. tounce his-candidacy'-subject to tae
Soliciting the support of every voter .ction o. the Democratic primary. Mr.
ho considers me competent and capible. Innroe'has been a resident of.DadeCounty
., ..
.. I -
COMPANY I am respectfully. ( for more than.. twenty years, :
Eugene H.Diml k. during which tune h* has suown an .- .i
H4'ei West Palm Beach.'Fla. ,unflagging teat In the cause ot rood 1 i Mark's' steClioHouse

leads, and has steadfastly_ promoted Loan j
_
the worthy interestof our great
For Clerk of Circuit Court eatery Mpneyjp
i 'Believing that nays sernces for the county. Therefore we ask for him Sea ':Food Our Specialty
'ast five years as Chief Deputy in the lie hearty support of all good citizens I :a

Mace of the Clerk of the Circuit Court the coming primary. I .. I :
Medicine uallfies me for the position.'herewith (Signed) W., J. Shone Oysters by.plate., quart or pa.joo.MeaU ,

+ respectfully announce my candl- B. S. Potter. On Short, or Long Time served ai all hours 410/ 12th Street, Miami lJ'lond
'lacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court '. Geo. Richardson, '

( cnbject to the appoval 0:,Ihe.Demorallc .Commute 1
In medicine, be careful, ,. Easy Payments Investigate
Before
: :yrlmtry.. '
in .Wt dt you bus ,andwhere s. 0. ntta. $$ FOR'COUNTY COMMISSIONER Investing

.
Second District
you.buy It U fs' For County Clerk :r4: the Voters ot Dade County: I -

,. .i\ hereby,announce myseltas a can Dade Go. Security Go .Wind: Powe
not only Important:\ that To, the Democrats of Dade Comity: r4ldate; for nomination to the offlca of

,the best values -' I take this method of announcing county commissioner In'Dlstrlct: No.: S.iubject Say been adopted by the beat of; the- ..
you get : my candidacy for the office of County people 'country a* the '4.
but also that! Clerk, subject to the action of. the I to the action at the.DemocratlQ cheapest power for raisingwater.. Note the people Who bare '
you Primary Election to h held May BurkhartLOCK
|
hem could bare
Democratic primary and wOlappre- they steam pi and hot atr too if they want* ."
get goods that give you' ciate any ''support, that my friends 18th 190C. Geo. B.: Bakr. M it. I handle the best mill made and make!a specialty ot thia

: results can. give me. Respectfully ,' IFOR. COUNTY COMMISSIONER AND GUNSMITH business' and with my pump mechanism that I hare just been i'
'
''satisfactory ;wehave Z.kT..lfnitLFor panted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity
District No. 4
a reputation fory viTht|j Mends of\A. Lee AUa desire Expert Repairing r Ille and life of any wind mill outfit. AnyH. willSee .

furnishing'satisfactory County Clerk .' t place'his, name before the TOUTS Avenue between 12th and 13th St. >e prosecuted.. ..

With toll,appreciation of the high pi Dad County for:th* ores of County -
: and I Reliable Goods. nonon asked for and promising falthul Commissioner, subject to the action Jldate for th*' office of coastahU tat [
performance of duties If elected, I of tar Democratic primary election the Tenth Justice District of Dad C. PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Floridanfrinjements
hare the honor to announce myself a to be held May IS. 1>0 ,.' county subject to the Democratic prt- t. ...
candidate for the office of Clerk of the mary and"ask the support.of aU.07 -:- .
I.
Circuit: Court ot Dade County tad ask 4 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Mends Respectfully. I
I l I for jour vote. In the primary of May '.i District No. 4' lota r. DBrry.
flNICANDIES': UtIJ.. J. T. Jaudoo. \The friends of I.- J. Holly announce Dr.Burfriha t tThe

AND CIGARS.: him as a candidate for County Commissioner FOR CONSTABLE
For County Clerk In District NP. 4,;subject Tenth District

*' take this 'method Of, announcing to the action of the Democratic Prt- I hereby announce myself as a candidate ,.

myself as a' candidate for the olllceCltrk mary. for the office ol constable ot. J.'R Miami i Surgeon and Specialist
of Dade
it of Court,for'Dade County the Tenth Jostle District '
: TeL'J, Cor. 12 StAve: D subject to the action of the Democratic I. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond county subject to the will of the Democratic
primary. :' F. W. Baha. District voters, at the 'coming,primary U a sufferer horn any Chronic Disease] Ulcers, Tumors >cat

i Friends of WIllIam Helm, announces election. W. H. Morrla. : or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Disease of Head, Throat, v;;
For County Treasurer candidacy for county commissioner
t-urnishl To theVoters of Dane County: from the Second district subject to the FOR CONSTABLE Lungs, Stomach- or Bowels, DyspepaiaIndiyest'on, Rectal

Y t We are Now.Ready to Having been Identified with ,Dada action of the Democratic primaries Tenth District lera Diseases, Female Diseasts -V. :
county ,since 1S9S: having done the Mr. Helm Is a successful businessman r take this method ?! announcing ',>-
Tribune, Shell very best I knew how aa aa Individual enthusiastic for good roads, i a1lrst myself a candidate for the offlc of L. All Latest Electrical Aids. 8omeoplthic MedicinesI .".
.citizen,to make It a prospc-oas; -cuss dm engineer, and well constable for tn* Tenth district", subject -

county: having ,lived at" boft ends Equipped to fill th*.office. to the action of the. Democrat.c' a large stock of Specially. piepared remedies for Special work:
election to be held Kay
and other ot the county and having' filled ;a :I : Primary 1'-.::.
public office so' that the people nw: FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 15th 1906. Ladies Maid Aliajs in Attendance
... makes !know whether I do so conscientiously First DistrictI I. SAMUEL ROUXDTREK.FOR : .,

ot BicyclesThe I I now offer myself aa a candidate respectfully announce, myself as MEMBER COUNTY t p4tairs i in Metropolis Building. From 9 a. m. t Jo 4 p.:'m. Son. excepti
for the office of County Treasurer -candidatefor the office of county BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo
subject to 'Democratic primary commissioner tor the First District
the People of Dade County:
I need every,rote that I can get and subject to the action o{ the.DemocratIc .
Urgent request for use of my name I
trust that my friends -whether la the primary of May 15.! I
city or country wlll not forpt.me 1 Harry DuBols.i at the coming Democratic Primaryas Chase
candidate for membership in the &
on the day of the ..primary.. In return i Jupiter. Fla. county board oif public Instruction, Chase &: Go Barney
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for which I piomtse, If elected. td } FOR TAX ASSESSOR finds me not well equipped either as *
perform the duties of the office with
Is
But It
as much courtesy, accuracy' .. 4. :To the Democratic Voters of Dad partisan or as office-seeker.
true that I hare bad some experience! SUCCESSORS TO f.I f.
promptness as I give to my prtvw.basinets. ra.County: Fire
such, the
and If. a
educator *
_Gen G.. Currle. I will be a candidate for re-nomlna as an ; CHASE &: HARNEY Inc.
modest I
:tlon at the coming Democratic primaryfor people want my service in the i I .'
bicycles and other !but Important office Indicated. I know j I I
,
I the office of Tax Assessor and respectfully FRUIT AND
the best of no sufficient reason lor refusing Accident
goods are standard For County Treasurer solicit your support and
To the Voters of Dade County: I this service. I do not feel the lure VEGETABLEPACKERS
goods on the market Geo. O. Butler. I I j
I hereby announce myself a* a tang of office and I can not contend for I '.

Hartford and other Tires, dilate for,renomInation to the offlei FOR CONSTABLETenth office; but I stand ready to respondto Torn ado .
I any reasonable request to serve.The
of county Treasurer subject to th. District Cash Dealers in .
Coaster Brakes'.; fitted to ok I action of the Democratic Prim utI I hereby announce myself as a can- rest Is up. to you..
election to be held May 15th 1906. : the 'of Constable In I W. W. ran
.f Hdate for office rate
4 wheels.., Alt work guaranteed.r I l' C. H. Ranlenon.t i Tenth District of Dade county subject Miami Ha., April 1L Insurance

'Best. new 'wheels' for enl t1 t" Miami Fla. 1 1tl to the Democratic, primary and I I 1 FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD i
.: ask the support of an my friendsRespectfully I Material "
231 12th Street. Blue Front a!tl For Tax Collector. t j The friends of J. *i. Anthony Sr. ,, FIDELITY BONDS
: 1 hereby announce myself as a csj- W. J. "Wilson.FOR.CONSTABLE i< hereby present his name as a candl.1 I
dilate for'the office of tax collector 1 date for member o.' the Board of Pub-I Packing }and Wirelioase,

Carroll & Clark Dade county subject to the actto tf- : lie Instruction from the second I [ East End Ikrnl Ruler Diet OLDEST AGENCY IN MIlIlPAf3E
lot' the Democratic primary. Tenth District I Itrlct of Dade county, subject.to the j I

.,. .. "somas J..Ibrda I'I I hereby announce myself as a can 1 action of .the Democratic primaries. _


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hL city of )Miami at this, the regular! I t.
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TTTv eflirffsi 'iflnifa CELEBRATED I Ir meeting of the city council of said I I

city, held on the 19th day of May A.


t:;Empire Dry Goods Store }r AtlVERSARVi.'I i p.n o-wit Special the 1906; ,following which Election said:words Proclamation: proclamation and figures of'IsJ'':i Real Estate BargaIns


1 "" Mayor of, the city of Miami and NoMice
"i I j ot the same
Beautiful line off : to the Voters of the city of Miami :
i' : KNIGHTS OF COtUMBUS HAD EN and the Public at Large: ;
f We offer a er, choke properties for the nut 10 days I '
Ladies'TrimmedHats ; OCCASION I. John Sen!!, mayor of the City.
', JOYABLE IN KEY
,
i 11
::11
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of Miami in conformity to Section] as! follows:
[11, i WEST CIGAR FACTORY HAS 6, of an ordinance passed by the city 11] ?
t *x =s. = also ready II :, council of the city of Miami on the I 2 loll 50x150 on paved street, In tine part of city, sash.i4 5.0O '
> MOVED- OTHER NOTES 11th day ot April A. D.1906, and sIgn-
t of \ t :i ed F. H. Wharton, president of the 1 lot on 10th street, near Avt. C, a big bargain at ..........1.1500 o

,r to wear Hats city council attested by M. R. Kellum, 3 lots on Fifth. street, each............... .......... ......$ b000,.
T clerk of said city and approved the t i
House and lot on Third street, 6 ,
room. fine place, easy terms, I> 1800
of .
description 11th day May A. D. 1906. signed "
; every MetrdjX, >)i s Bureau John Sewell, mayor and entitled: One-half tot on Twelfth Street, for ........... ...? ........... 2500 ;

Come in and f racy West Companyhare May 4. an ordinance authorizing Issueof Elegant home or 8th street............ ..... ... .... ... .. |4009
see The Havana American
One Hundred Thousand Dollars of r r
I I closed up their factory on Green City Bonds of 'the City of Miami. '
them. street and the tofclcco! Is being moved State of Florida: Authorizing an Election Riverside lots arts selling rapidly but we have a few choicer ones
out to the new factory on the county for such purpose and providing left at the #
following prices:
road. The comgany expects to be the method of holding such election I *
ready to start kirk this week. A and further, In conformity to the city
All the l latest shapes, large force of men1 are working on the charter of said city, hereby give notice Corner lots on \welfth ..,0150! ,

street car extemjob and It Is expected and the same is hereby proclaimedthat Inside lots on,:Twelfth Street... .... .... ....1000.
: 1E that the cars wiBjbe In operation In a a Special Election will be heldIn .
I styles and sizes in day or two. M the city of Miami, State of Flor- Inside lots on other .ifTSO t
01 Columbus anniversary ida on the fourth Tuesday In May, t
The Knights Corner lots on. other ....,'1000
celebration fcjU a most gratifying A. D., 1906, the same being the 22d -
men's hats, both feltand success The pleasure seekers start day of said month 'or the purpose of f i I

r ed out early andtby; noon a large crowd submitting to the qualified registered Remember that{water, sewer, lights. paving and street railway'wflli ', #
,
voters of the City of Miami the
had ,wtlth increased by question
was
gathered
straw. Also a each The first event of the issue .of One Hundred i, i5 !h all, be down there In the neat sixty days :

on incoming& the baby show Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of J
which p. m. A large number the city of )Miami State of Florida. '
big line of genuine of little total were entered In the No person shall be allowed to vote
It difficult task In said election who la not a registered
contest and F s a Jo
decide which wis the prettiest one. voter of the city of Miami, and a resident Jj Tatnm & .
Panama Hats at The Judges HOn. Q. W. Allen. A. tt said city, and who shall not Qo.
own real estate situated within the .
r -, Louis and A. 111 Carrasco secured a ,
limits of said city upon which the ,
unanimous vote for the successful one.
Prices taxes have been paid for the
Bargain( yea.
$3.00 The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .
1905 and who shall not oe a qualified .
Baker, tarried off the first
Stanley ;
elector in all other respects under the
prize a five dojjlar}} gold piece. The charter of the city and the ordinances
Ladies whitelawn baby boy's prize/;was won,by the little thereof. Wm.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Plummer. The Inspectors,and clerk who shall / Curry's Sons =
suits at prices that The for the boY'1tool
crewed conduct said election shall be as follows .
chest quite a lively Interest : Inspectors, A. J. Kolb, R. J. v
cannot; be duplicated among tit) future men. The Mathers, and Chas. A. Mann; Clerk, Key West Florida'. .
first prize by Harry M. Baker .
was f rOn John H. Cheatham.The HEADQUARTERS FOR
in Miami. and the second by Maurice Rlvas. polls shall be'open at 8 oclock:
The children|spent a delightful at-;, and close at sundown.The .
Also an endless ternoon dancing';-Irom 3 to 6 o'clock.i ballot to be used In said election Ship Chandlery, Building
Much interest was shown In the .voting shall be prepared'by the city .
variety of umbrellas contest for ihe dolls. council and shall be In the follow. Materials Of .All' KJ 1ds.
ing form: "For City Bonds" and
ksl
and parasols{ "Against City Bonds"The Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways,MacBlaeSfaops.FortssAll "'
Inspectors appointed to conduct
for men, ladies LEGAL PAPERS FILED | said election may require each elector
#j offering to vote at said election to kinds ot repairing., Boiler, and Steam Fitting,can oe done at the'

t j _. ,and children., v. J, furnish proof that said elector possesses shortest,notice, in 4)"e best possible manner by expert skilled. meckaaiai l .
} 1' Mortgage: Jeedf Anna O. Erwin inn the requisite qualifications as herein 1 .

I' husband to Dad4; County Title Insurance defined. L -
f? j Said election shall be' held at the .t i -;
and Trust Co. for (500 lot *.
The larg st and city hall In the'city of MlamL '
block 11%, nortH; Miami.Warranty wM.
That said One Hundred Thousand

t .cheapest )ine of wife to E. dem F., M. for Hudson, $25/and and In I Dollars Issuance of of City the acme\Bonds be, provided confirmed the by .! J. Yarborough j 1

other ona five acres two-thirds of the voters participatingIn
underwear to be section 24. tp S3, south, range 41 I said election, said voters participating Contractor and Eliilder-

I I qualified aa herein prescribed,
east.Warranty
in de.e"Geo.. H. Gary and shall be issued and sold In the several w t tBander
,; found any store wife to Edwin 1|{* McGraw for II and i amounts and for the municipal purposes of the Palm Beach dote 1- -' '

I -' LA" other considerations, lot 5, block .100.north. ,i as follows, to-wit:
;' :', '. i:0.: : : south of Jacksonville -. Miami. B? : i For the purpose of constructingand House
.. 7.'.:..: 1 '!' Quit claim deed W. H. Conwell toB. maintaining a system of sewerage Moving a Specialty
... ... '. .1'' ... .-. G.Dora anJ3; husband for $1 and :
health
\I -to. 'ladies or for otherwise promoting the .
\ \ both
.f..., :: : ;i\i\\ ,- ;, :. for> : other, considerations( certain lands la' of the city to the amount of Thirty I Miami Florida .
: .... :: 1\1-\" .... :. r j
I\ '. .I' -" :. .. section 27,' tpl4&3, south, range 41 Thousand Dollars (30000.00, lobe
j j:0.: : : &. gentlemen I cut M= > "' called and known as Sewer Bonds
; l i\
Quit clealm: [I deed, A. 8. Donaldson: For the purpose of opelllq.wlJeDlDi.and I ,
., to E. O. Dorn and husband for f 1 and paving the streets and sidewalks .
-' other considerations, certain hand In'' of the city to the amount of Twenty t I
:, ,We are headquarters: for all kinds of hosiery for section %1, tP, |u. south, range 41 Thousand Dollars '($20.000) to be 4kr

Ladies and Gentlemen east.Warranty ||l called and known u Street Improvement '
'. dee Fred L. Moody to Bonk r
Myra T. Hoar tor 1200 lot, 11, block For the purpose of erecting a public
21, subdivision.of lot 2, section 36, tp. building to be constructed of Miami Fort alias Land COIIJPaJy
r: (Empire Dry Goods[Store. 53, south, rang* -.41 east rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand
Affidavit of :Z. T.. Merritt, relative Dollars ($20,000). to be called and ,
327 :Twelfth: t. Miami to Thomas G. !Russell, deceased. known as City Building Bonds
Chattel mortgage J. R. Baper to .For the purpose of establishing.main-
H. P.'Dye. M taming and equipping a Fire Department ,
-- to the amount of Fifteen Thousand
deed. F. M. Hudson to -
Mortgage
I Sarah H. Baynef for 1.600 lot 20. bk. Dollars $15,000), to be called and Hasoil its Lists .
Mifcml.LAUNCH known u Fire Department Bonk ,
north.
A PLUMBING PRoaa.aMIs ; 127. :-- For the purpose of opening, constructing
1 and malntalng public parks
'* simple at our a! op. Makes no dif FOR SALE and, promenades, located within the
Length 31 ,by!7. Full cabin plate .
ference bow Intricate any plumblnf \ city,limits, to the amount of Fifteen -
glass. Nine,jtj 3-cyIlnder 20th particularly attrartiv Bites for
rC' p.
: be call ,
WIth Thousand Dollars ($15,000) to some
Job nay be we can solve It autJ1elS Century engine; everything in first- .
and known Park and Promenade
ed as
and dispatch. If It want so we class order. Colt (1.600;" price 1000. Bonds. bot residence and business pur-

wouldn't:have ;,the lone list of. good Address Launch, care Metropolis. Said bonds shall be issued la are in'

citizens I we work for as references" ttMAYOR'S different series to-wlt: The Sewer .p sts. .A n investulent Miami real ipw

Do 1'worry 'over plumbing problems. Bonds numbered from one to thirty, .
PROCLAMATION.A estate is safe of
Inclusive; Street ImprovementfBonds ; sure qUick'returns
Bat submit them to us. Work Is,excellent .t .- .
In a series numbered from one to .
.and prices low.' resolution,)* the,city council ofthe twenty Inclusive; City Building Bonds -
ti: city of MlamL providing that tae in a series from one to twenty la .
proclamation f0l; the Mayor of said elusive; Fire Department bonds In a
H. ,F. SCRUM A CO. notice of election to B1' '
city giving an
series from one to fifteen inclusive; JOHN REILLY. J. f.I INGRAHAM.
be held in the,'city of Miami on the
Park and Promenade Bonds In a series -
til Awns D fourth Tuesday In Mar. A. D..- 1906. Inclusive. Said [ '
same being thet22d day of said month bonds from shal one be to Issued fifteen.In denominationsof Agent ,Fort DallaS Land Vice-President fo pallas

for the purpose of submitting to the One Thousand Dollars each and Company, IYilami Flrfda Land Co., St. Augustine.L .
of said
qualified registered voters
shell bear Interest at the rate of five
the question of the Issue, and sale
city
TTYBROTHERS per cent per annum, and shall mature
I of One Hundred Thousand Dollars and become payable thirty years f I
S- (1100,000.00) 61 city: bonds, be spread from the date thereof and shall be .
'r upon the misuses\ of this council and sold at.not less than their par value. : t
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that the same "be published for the period
Witness my hand and the seal of
Machine ShopAgents of thirty 'days prior to said election the city this 19th day of April. A D. (
as requlre4 by law.. ,
10> 1906. ?
Be It Resolved by the city council John Sewell. r I Miami Business Directory
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of the city ot.Miami: Mayor ot the City of Miami [ ,
'Era Gasolene That the following proclamation: of Attest: M. R.Kel111D1o
'> for the New Gas .Engines.
dsrt.Lcton .
the Hon: Johir;Sew ell, mayor of the (Seal) CIty
kerosene SPECIALTY I Town 1 find
and engine repairing a The Out of Buyer and those within the city will In the
e> list belbw the addressee of Miami Merchants under
I i classified heads for ready reference. I I F
General. Repair? Work & EinigMachine I

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SEVENTH STREET MIAML FLORIDA L 1. BRADY A CO. .. B. SCREVEN -

...t r Shop Fresh Fvulta1 l and Vegetables Dealer tn Drags Patent Mefl-

ToIlet Article'
Stariossst
I2ta Street Cor. Ave D. Miami Fla.ernes

W. J. Brown J-: Across The River. Fancy Grocers i Bay. Grainand ISO Arcane b. i" f6ti

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... \Vill :repair your engine on .short notice. llapes'. Fertilizer MRS.Real E. C.Estate"BECK,.

Expert Gas Engine Men. We carry J. L LUMMUS Suite 2. 4, 6 and'> r

Dealer In Groceries, Gram 320 1-2 Twelfth street ( Miami.Fla

,. Sanitary dynamics, coils, plugs, batteries, wire, Hay andj+ Fertilizers. WILSON A 'HUD LESTON

t switches 135 12th Street ]j Miami. Fla. Real Estate: and Inimrsaee Tr
screws, s
Plumber 320 11 Twelfth street ) Miami, ftI .4
THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. '

LJrfton & Dealers In GijoceriM! Her and Dealer A.In J.Dry CAMPBELL Good dotfe- .

Einig GraIL I I InGents' Furnishings

1019 Ave. D, Miami i Cor. A... D!'and!;4th St. ICanl. Fla !' 811 Avenue D Miami. Fla.r .


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if prices, ,will,do it.!We>'ptoposeo rf fit out'therEst; of the people in Dade Cqunty this w.eek".who,could i.
,,< not l leave,their business Jastwegk; ,havehad a'number send us'word to hold open!this sale one
',t ;/'Vleer 'longer so. they"could.get,t 1 town to..lltthemselves out, We,have granted this request and'off
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We will continue to give! _40 peg cent off on all. clothing -which has been i ii i the house over 5 months .

rt 20 .DCr cent ,off on clothing_ which arrived _in__.the _house since January_._1st_r__

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for it but come and inspect goods and price |or yourself. Remember that this is strictly a GASH TO ONE AND ALL.
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COUNTY AFFAIRS -I R .
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VOTE FOR JAS. r.JAUDON

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fi'&l1tor Metropolis, ci11t12ed world or sit down and do I .
uur two iloIUrs p>>. i '
but lu'aw
board of county mulling
Wtoen the present
? oiflce In Jan- month -li-ss ten Iter| rent. UIM-OUIIL.
went Into
comtui&siouerii

:I I:.teary fronted lixti UK:, were toe conditions a depleted that lsrbsury.and cone. raiiut the unlike bur Iblll utfinifii work to umi-ss carry we out could war- FOR CLER y

that me tax: levy lor 1H 5 wouklcover .
nearly ""& ,Ulllt oi outstanding in- MIOW .
and warrants -
for winch haj outstanding warrants .i 1
tAtJn.arranta .
oe y
'. several funds.5'OwrBe to 1X3 drawn, and guarantee .
beta! drawn on the I j
& 11I'lIt lij May 1. rjini.:
warrants toad pracucally all /hell I"' )
'4-bteu regisuirea and .tt ..r.ure took All the uankji in Inc fouiiiy a:niil ; .

:\!deuce bur pa)W.ut over any uewarrant5 that IIII"- u uid aaii&iy llit-iii on tillsIMIIIII I Y+
dntwn to cover currfut ex- lilt) Mould lake care ill LUtMunauiii .
..;.., penseti ot tar county. -f.; banks were cbar iug a nat discount uie late ot bvn I"T et.111. ;KT annum

;1.0: ( ten per ctint. and bad wore county w Slay i, IMK! luKU-au of the ten Have you ever gone tn the Clerk's office under its present'
.lMiper: to carry than tuey wanted even I per cent tit>count Uunau lK't'11tbaJ1lII .
|tit that iigure. Mercoants did not 'ibis wane a tliscouut of made '
i: management and requested a notation to be. on the marI ;
and accept .'UL. at the iHtmnlngut
ire w luruUh supplies &I"IU u>e per r
worth ninety ceuuoa will:, runuiiiii doul to alioui
< "_a warrant the dollar. The uuly convicts, in..tA.1ldi two me and oue-nau per gent toward the gin of a mortgage of a l isfactitn'which could be done law- a

oi' being wirked ou tile roads were eud.1nie uiu couuiy cau not pay .
t leased out, .presumably uecause there umcount, uu warrants urawu on taw I fully, and been told you would have to go to some Abstract '
woi.e their levd."ihe was acluall saved
R.*"* uo ) to pay fur tuna, ibis uiDerence
coiauabsioners have uo auuuor-- w ran couuiy, as every uaa'J 'per. ; > Company and hate it drawn up, then filed ? Have you ever
*tty' under line laws 10 uraw warrants loruung service ear or sfliiu supplies re'y

tllul': alt 'amount greater than the tax 10 tue couuiy Kuew JUSL what aia warrant quested the clerk's certificate regarding the correctness of any r
i'BVy tor the various Iuud tor the curvlreni IOU worth m each m any bank

year and I was'auYlIt'd! by some m me county and lilt price was uxcdwcurdtugiy. '
paper? If have will remember how ll succeeded -
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[ot the uankd that they would not car- in uruer to accotiipilsa I you you you ,
ty county warrants in excess of the this r Miit it wiis nctessaiy! for the '
.*MSesaiiieiit tor tJU:'. iMurd 10 lucreane lie inilUge of tan : That comes of electing men to office to serve, your inter- .

;il will bt<' readily seen that there auuu .aa loiiouvs: our twos to pay :
was, uo money available ear road ouii Laituiii indebtedness in roadIJOTTINGSfROM ,est who after getting the office make you serve him, and who is
.->.wldtnc. Hotktver, the convicts' were laud Kcneral lund and tine and tortenure -

Bailed 1.1I'Sal .or several tuoniiu were lunu iud a iietiai: 1'0.ii lax of financially interested in abstract companies.' If you should ,
GrKe4'bUIlding roads where toe pro lour nulls. In short this board added
*, hauled UM rock or paid for it, as firibl liiuui 10 lilt taxes' l-.r .:.ur. ,
jM. elect me tj the office of Clerk I promise yt.u ,hat I will ALWAYS :
was tbe.-oa.te Irooi LaUe aver, west ualt ut 111 OlellII a.I to guy debts cuunacieu -
;10 the vegetable lauds o( -Humi>ugus" beioie our lulu and the otner q
have in mind that I should! be YOUR SERVANT and
'& hies coat the county only the hnT'wan appiit-u to ruada.lIia ,

|use of the convicts and the usual lucrx'u-st iu tax amounted tuifuia .
|t expense incident to the camp; tile emguty ou the oue'Hundred dol4.M8 put there by YOU t.. attend YOUR business jl urn not seeking -

;:new,road a; suiart: 10 welch the peo- : tt \aiuauou oi Ills property : I '
rt' pie-there contributed largely and the; ur iu touts ou the actual value o( the the office which was CHEATED by the present CHIEF
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LI.iepatr work. on the road near Cutler.t pnce ue world .ask lor Dill propeny.mm I

., that tune the board receivedan is the extent 10 worm the < DEPUTY but the office that was created by the PEOPLE -1i
the Florida Kast Coast
offer tram '
..r tM'UL: 110.11ul omuiissioucrs is
:, Kail war: people to Join In with us Fort and I"wilble lor me mcieaue in taxes. I long before that "Voluble Citizen" came }to this county..
.build the ttMinty road from .
o'ttr. orate laxew uniuage lax etc.
ttelray, thus complet-
'Lauderdale
\ bins Uurd.had no control. Tbe two .
.' Vote for X JAS. F. "
"tn. the connecting link between Miami JAUDON i
which
scbooi was
tax
'r' lull increase ot ,
and Palm Beach. w
... voie.'s at the last
"10! ted aytile "
t offer furnish the counc .
This was\ to '
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primary eifcjuoi. and the njiurat; Increase -
c a special triJD to haul ,the rock in proiierly ,values all go' to 1 t ., '. _. .

'tree' at charge, !provided, the county make up the total increase in amountof .
,. would load and unload the rock, and taxes.For' the additional ten .
build the road. The service offered .
cents lief hundred dollars market value .
Ire by ,the railroad people was estimated of property, the taxpayer baa gotten I, x.
to N worth about $:O.0o0 bascd -
the
tbe Palm Beach-Miami road
the by them (or similar '
paid
'] on rice road at Stuart and other points and Ore
service by the former road. That .
many miles of old road made over f; : ,
goal to us: but here waa the x
b_. i and has paid the debts of the county I ,
: this twenty thonsanj so far as the funds controlled by thecommissioners .__.. ...I1t11 ..,.-
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free
dollati worth of work .
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The present hoard will 6x the mill- i\
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cost about bad;the to. do same work amount that anJ age for 1'Jtifi and the'road being paid Hon. J J. W. Watson! A Candidate j I
for and debta cleared off It la theli J. B. Hawkins. I B. I. La.*eter .. J. E. Lumiriu k
:there .a..iot a,dollar In the treasuryto 4
do It'..ithThe]. taxes then coin purpose U cut off tour m111s for outstanding ,
indebtedness and to reduce QUalified Years of Experience The Co.
I. ''Jng In were available only for payment : By Miami Grocery .
of outstanding registered warrants. It the four mills for special' road tax u .
| much 'of. the tiest Interests. of the .
situation
: to meet the .
tot:; us
was op
.and; build', ,he' road that will.spread county will admit of. Among the l Most important offices to be filled in the approaching ,") Staple! and Fancy Groceries '

.o'fV. ,.m..1 o r Dade county bver th T. A. WINFIELD. primary and election will be that of a' Representative to the State, Leg: FRUITSand VEGETABLESOur

islature. It isn office that should be occupied by a oian p"s"'e....ill-: ''I : '

.oof4)ANUT GROVE more than the average ability of a clerk business man or profeH&ionalman. stock of groceries is complete and we think we can upplyalwul y

P everytlnngnluired: in the baking line. Our aim is to keep
I shoUld !' only thc Lt."t cIa! Such the highest pocibkfor
a man personality
possess
(round to tea right Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
--:jCocoanui: Grove. May 4- The end Is boarding Mrs. Rutherford's in much depends upon the appearance conduct and ability f making and I Iret..ining I city Our fruit alill ft'-e: able stock always freah. Give ua a tall

f the teaton'has come and the yacht '-1I3ml. and the ")luke of Made cornerat f riendk lieji ji should be a Man well ver-ed in parhanlentary !i .

lab-has housed Its flag which Is alays the Inn piazza is very lonely look law and rules and should be fully juainte-l in a general manner with I Telephone 2O,) 35 Twelfth Street. Miami, Florida.

a ga>d-bye; although the clutise' ing. I conditions that' IU arise and confront him during his term ot office or'' 4Armstrong's I '
Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Peacock have j
'of will members.be open all summer, orjhe gone on a cruise to Key West In their the time that this Legislature\ is in session, and above all he should be 1 I tj

:The Cocoanut Grove Rangers held boat Tht 'Grniuly. Mr. Charles Frow, a man clearly cpnsciou_ of his duties who will accept and treat the j i .

their last,meeting on Sunday ar er' president of the Cocoanut Grove Athletic office as a truSt-iDot his butof the people. He should be a man above .

aooa until next October but the boys Association wcnl with them. reproach, and dope that will do his duty as he Fees and believes it at i' I
remember their club motto "Be At 1': George Roberts aud amity leave
to the birds." and will also work id a few days for up the coast as far any and all time.Honorable Meat Market ;
a prlSH. which Ihe.Andubon Sooty -' as New River, on'a hunting and camp- 14 W. Watson has profitted by ex|>enence-tliat :great

baa offered them for the best papa Ins trip. teacher-: as representative from Osceola county, and made a most

r- birds. Eight of the members Every one sympathizes with Mr. and creditable recofHias a public servant and a Florida lawmaker. He has'
Mrs. George Thompson In the loss of 'I IS THE PLACE .
?tan others going.
away and been succesafu ,:fit business and by which we must judge; as much as ,
K-Camp: Biscayne closed on the (th l heir baby son.
after a most successful season, due in Mr Vincent Gilpin'and Mr. A. A. any other qualification, his ability to serve the people.A Why par enormous prices for fresh meats when you

i great measure to Miss Parrott's good Boggs have lxen on a trip' to Cat Keyto resident pity Dade county but two years Mr. Watson ha. shown an can buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida 'MEATS

)lIanagemet and gractous personality, visit "Mr. Arthur Heigh. interest in its welfare and progress such as few other men have.. He for much less money at Armstrong's Meat Market.

!Yhlcb a long ways towarJs sueTb Mrs. A. A. Hogg and children are is fitted to do
: goes has proven himself a good citizen and in every manner
in Jacksonville on their way 'north for Phone 161. Corner Avenue D and 11th Street
J L honor and justice to the trust he seeks, and if ct.osen the Metro|>olis .
the summer.
,,:. old Peacock Inn Is closed. Mr. J I
kratta and family are living intone The Ladies' Aid Society were delightfully feels certain that his duty will be well done.-Miami Metropolis\ March

will look after'fbe entertained by Mrs. Arthur, ,
lor the buildings and 13th. 1906. H?
property until Mr. Hopkins re- Saunders at their last meeting. I
.4nros in Itecember.xw-hen' Its fate, as The "children's party given by the fn '- :
remodeled hotel Housekeepers' Club on April :G, wasa PharmacyINCORPORATED
,.boys' srbool..or; Youngs'
>'win be settled. Certainly the hotel great success. There were gameson Property Owners
Contractors
I a of Ue country are not going tot the' plazas of the club house first. AND I
such tn.opportunity as Cocoanut Then the grand march to music, after J

rove offers for a well kept hotel goy I which they were given costume flu !1 ,
} : fion-bons. case candy and limeade If don't want to SAVE MONEY A Drug Store for The People
The Congregational Church Is be-]I and when it was time to go they we can't help you. If you do. come toB
put borough order.* New pews marched again; ; cheering their entertakers t i
for the church' have been ordered and as they said good-bye That's our motto, and it has been the means of adding hun. '

f the bolldlsg has been moved so asto The little girls bad beautiful dolls, The A. McDonald Co. dreds of new customers to our list We sell only the ..
purest
'. make room for an addition at the and the afternoon was voted one of .
;back.1aen the work has been the pleasantest of the season. Little drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacists.

',completed ,,Church street would be Master Ferris and Miss Doris DeGarmo We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city
quite hanilsome with Peacock's store ,*were the wee babies of the gatherlug andoy your building material. Long Leaf[ i I 1 12j 1- C

;,,Just patnieJ. Mr;' Will McConnlcfs, and greatly: admired; also Miss Doors North of Postoffice
and of all kinds.
t"eottage,' the library' building the I Katherine Hamilton. Yellow Pine Cypress [tJ

..church and Mrs. Charles Peacock's The program for May promises to ,i We also seii\, Lime Brick ((4 kinds). Cement Sash Doors W. E.
home an lose together. If the street : be as delightful as that of April at J Youngs, Ifres ; ;
>- could be kept free of paper and tratth. the Housekeepers' Club. On the Mould 9gs. and whatever else a-builder requires I

hot our cttltens! have not yet learned 10th. six ladies will review popular I || at lowest possible figure.14th t
that "one keep clean .la worth twenty books while others will sew, the afternoon -I l 1 I Southern Marble
;:make cle ns," to end with tea on the piazza. You Know where we arefe" Street. Miami. Florida & Stone Co. i

'r$,Th* library will be one of the jrreat- On fbe 17th the club will entertainthe : I 4Si a
gathering places all summer on sister society-the Ladies' Aid Society p3i I HOGAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE
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turday ;iftemoons from 3 to C. -for which they have delightful i Headquarters rs for

,._-ne Tonne Men's Athletic Assocla- plans. Robinson Building Stone Marble etc.
Horn .will fire a dance Frida). May 11.at On the 21th tber will be a reading; > I ,
the Housekeepers Club. The boys ot current events led by Mrs. Grace
are.world sg hard for..their gynasinm Jftanlove, and on the 31st the ladles i MOSAIC. AND TILE WORK
Electrician r.
and are sure to get it will give a musical social for the Contracting j
"t'Cocoantt Grove without Mr. J. W, youVg ladies and theirIrl friends: 1'-1 i' FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC I

1Cwaa: dots not seem right, and wean To all -of these gatherings guestsare M......(%, General Cemetery Work, etc.larget .
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most cordially welcomed by the 1019
all hoping It will not be long 1>>-
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tore he xnes back. At present be members of the Housekeepers Club. ;

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: Souvenir Post Cards : LARGEST LINE OF SOUVENIR 'SPOONS Watches and JewdrjilREPXlRING.


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Surplus I._ S i. j orders in their I

: Millinery Department
t ool Board Meets Tomorrow Cocoanut sprouts for sale at Mail
1b. regular monthly meeting of the Boat Dock.
It should be the chief 'aim .>f hank managers to make their respective fllf4.> > County School Board will be Pesigncrs: of the latest Spring style hats
..r institutions strong, and to keep; them free fro m unavailable t4i at the once of Su|>erinten<]ent BROSSIER will collect .... in silk. dark straw and ligb t:
'and undesirable assosts., Not only should the capital II t:. Hall tomorrow'morning row .u'l weight materials.Ladies : .
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he ktpl; unjmpared., but a surplus fund should he created from i
the earnin'4 that will! he protection to the capital and! to depositor i I-OH> want to list your property Progressing on Revetment. '
*' in the trying tinier that sooner or later overtake all Another load of rock for-the revetment Tailoring Dep irtment ;
tanking inMitiUions. There are few items if any that lookbetter I Council Meets Tonight to the sea entrance of the ship j.

't c .upon'a balance sheet of a bank than large surpln.it and is I >"hp recess session of the city coun- channel bay was on carried the opposite over this side morning of the For street, carriage evening ci> tunas, ,
none w well calculated to secure ior it public coiilulence: ,"i will ho held at the council chamtonight. : waists, tailor and coats
by the large launch Oget The gowns
contractors
such, '
loaccuinmulate a
thereiore on all accounts the est policy All members arc urged
fund as rapidly as twssible, even if dividends t.' "stockholders j' I lijj he! prl'tW'nLI are making rapid headwayIn :
232 Twelfth
time. The wisdom ol this work and expect to have It Street. Miami'r
for
have to l>e kept down to a low rate a
ional Hank act fort here, completed in the next few weeks whenIt I I J ,
this is seen in tbe provision of the Na : $10 REWARD
of at k t"tO:: ct. I is believed that the washing awayof I
cummulation of and maintaining a surpluss per ..
r, : st- Pearl handle Smith ft; Wet- the shores will have been success I
Laws'ft5
of the capital of the bank.-Pratfs l iget Nat. Hanking I I.-ph revolver; 3! caL, 3 1-% Inch bar- fully stopped and prevented. "! -; ,- ,
Return to this office and receive .

The First National e Bank I I Will ttWard.j office.Wanted- Clean cotton rags M t"'l 1 I : ..

ij ) Install Engine I Special Values
k"Clie fishing smack. Layton, owned !
6i? the South Florida Fish Co.; will be I Active man wanted In each county ; ]
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staple line; salary |18 weekly. $3
fund auxiliary schooner. This will be
in three years of its existence hae undivided arcummulatcd a over surplus f six THOUSAND (Sine at once, and the vessel put In per Day for expenses No capital required. For this week at The
01 SEVEN THOBANII uoLtAHs and profits .rji' pineapple carrying business fen Honesty ana sobriety more j
'of '
tr I.t.AKS, which make a total THIRTEEN THODSTXDPOPLARS itsummer.. ; essential than experience. National
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of the Hank.REO I .
__ or twenty-MX per cent of the capital stock Company 720 Chestnut street Philadelphta. .

;, lice.DROSSIER\VanleJ. Clean cotton nun at this Miami Clothing '.Co's Store!:

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means REAL ESTATE Mr. A. IL Adams manager of the I ,- -- ,
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r iade Quick Trip who Metropolis, some relative few days to ago the wrote flight the of A,:vests large, worth assortment$2 50 at.oi .mews. linen. . .coat... .an. ....:.;41 .00.
r t. V card from Capt. Enoch Ross.who ,
R :>t11h his daughter and Mr; and Mrs. countless thousands of email butterflies Pine blue serge odd coats, worth four dollar.
(:;urge II. Myers. left here last \Vfed- passing Ka Gallie to the northward land$4.50at . . ... .. ... ..i 43.OO.J
jf3.1ay night for Jacksonville In his takes exception to the statement i
L lijxiliary sloop yacht Jupiter, says that of the KIssimmee Valley Gazettein Tan and jrrCT mixture wool crash suits singl
which It la said that and donblc breasted models worth ; 47.OO'
: > !ijey had a very 'pleasant trip and they are mayflies $10 at. ,
; >(|ul<- the run from the Jock here to small In size, green In color and r. a
c', short lived. None of this Is A few odd summer suits, to close them on"at. "
applicable
ki.rkllonvllle ipuiarkable) fast in trip.thirty-six Capt hours Ross willIe a to the butterflies we have seen . .. .; $ ()()

0 :ive Jacksonville for Hot Springs, here" writes Mr. Adams in a recent 'Light and dark grey flannel suits, worth $i:
while Mr. and Mrs. Myers go on to letter to the Metropolis "as these ; to $14 00 at. . .'.- .. .- _. i'. ... $10 ,
\ jbjooLlyn for the summer. are medium In size yellow prevailingIn
color and have been living Tor F ine black suits, well tailored. The kind tha ct

I Anything you want done sidewalks, eral weeks still appearing strong 1e'1 { wont fade; good $'J4 value at. ..... . ", ......" 12., I,
A Carries as many passengers; climbs more hills: goes just' as Overage landscape gardening, roads healthy. They continued passing blue suits Venetian '
weave ,
fast; uses less: gasoline' and tire; is.safer and more easily I built\ lands cleaned. See Fred Ratter.I I northerly direction after I bad Fine serge .i" 413' ,
,controlled: lust as luxurious and comfortable and costs :Miami.iBROSSIER. ten you for several days, but for the ( of the very latest cut, worth fI5 00 at.. .. ....... ,
less for repairs than many cars that sell for double or treble I past fopr or live days I have observedthat A large assortment of men's sui II, in dark I 'I
,its price.Send for the REO book that tells.wby mean Nee ln...etmenu In they are coming back and flying ;. light worsted. and cassimeres. $10 to .'48.SOd
I a southerly direction, but not In $12.f" !
:. such haste or as many together. t j
Brought up Palm Trees Old'residents here claim to have observed It
| ..Messrs McGraw returned Saturday them before, but don't seem I '
Miami' Automobile Co:- pawning from Elliott Key .with aloud to have any Idea where they come : :;
k hter of large palm trees whichksi4ii from or where they go". Large lIumbPrs Miami Clothing
be set out about their recently of the butterflies described by Co
+ S I ''13th Street Postof lice -
near Rqulred property here. The lighterPots Mr. Adams have been seen In Miami
towed up to the mouth of the past few days. They appear strong '
tjie canal by the yacht Edwlnan*. and healthy and seem to fly continuously 1306 Avenue D Miami, Florida: ;
Jfid from there to the Royal Palm during the daytime. J' '
-- duck by the launch lousier, the Ed-
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: J&nna's engine having become dls- I
For Rent Three room cottage" ; ,
ifcted.if heart of the city. Address Cottage,
Great Reduction 3
this office. < ;
II. ,," Revival services a; the First 1C.K. s'1) Are |
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Church tonight. EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Chances

'M In' Gents and.Shoes I S ANY BUSINESS 'I
Clothing
Summer ,Typewriting done.at the Metropolisice N" f
at reasonable rates. BEST REFERENCES elf Rlh: jour ife by riding la a rMk-
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Skirts GOING AT COST I, 1 FRED. E. RANKin
Ladies '
; and .* :{("ought Barrel Factory BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE. FL .1. t + t- 3' Life is too sweet

I i The Fort Pierce Tnbuue of Satnriy 10 rissc long It- when fora re;
says: "An Important deal that .
City Loan :Office, Opp, P O. ens consumated last Friday was the LcMomliWonderful '
't lrrht by Rleou t; O'Brien of themanufartory

...-- --.-.- ... .trrt'li In Fort Pierce and AMgE'T
Miami belonging to A. P. Edge t; Co. I t
also the lot and building In Fort Pierce Hea'er j *' J. A. DANK ;
I oil which the business has been 3 .
conducted. -CURES = Ai"s. 423
4 rInflamation. = Eleventh Strwt. Miami.Miami PI&
As soon as the amount of f
:kyI
material now on hand In the factory Cut, Bruises Burns. .,
Of Ricou &; O'Brien 'has been used Chapped Skin Roughness, Black-
They will consolidate the business In beads, Pimples and Eczema Keeps
.1.i1 *e building formerly used by Mr. Complexion soft smooth and fresh
': I ".. .dge." The Miami barrel factory I r Transfer
e ., > '. :: ,.'..,..:"' bf A. P. Edge A: Co., waa operated Price 25c ,
." only In' the ,
': winter season when the ,
: :-l.j.l? iiackerel and tdngflsb! season was on. Sold by Biscayne Drug CompanyG.M.DYKES I
And supplied all the barrels used hereIn
shipping the catches. Company

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I.Brassier w.nta.to. list yeur property 1 2?) 12th street Phone No. 157 and 1121 A cone D, Phone 110 .

Store your pianos or farnlttnre at 334 Tentb Street j Garage and Stabbs llth street near Av E, Phone No. 100, t
An UMU BlKfcsmUsgfl .... Rep* I
+t, the Miami Furniture Company's sfor-
//If'-. 317 .and :31. Twelfth street. Wcrk. W..... BvUt to Order Horses, Carriages and ;i

1 BROSSIER will eoneet your tents, HORSESHOEING A SpecUt I
Automobiles
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I for hire by the hour day, week or month Automobile store, ;
$2.50 $2.50and' age, repairs and lIupph ,,. Agents for tact!: famous FORD au- :
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered.! Special facilities) ..
; for moving heavy freight Omnibus meets every train. Baggage .
transferred ALL orders receive, Attention. _
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Watch This Space AgS.... HorseShoeing r rAND

DISEASED HOOFs] SEE ;

For /Next'Th.ursda'' s Sale tF.. .LaFontisee 708 7th St: .
Besides this .patent Gibson tie we have models of soft ... ) :
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Mack,kid and gum m.etaJ. in 'vari ly of shapes and designs. "1
they are here in all shapes and leathers at $2.50 and $3.00 T I
,' ';'.... ; Dade::
.;....\ ..; Co. Title I Insurance
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and Trust Company

OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED

Pe1d Up Capital! 75000. Surplus. S 12,000

Insures land titles prepares abstracts o/;titles, loans and
Magnolia Grocery CompanyTelephone invests money on its own account and fat others. Acts a* i
agent, attorney.inCadtrustee, .afllig e. executor receiver ..
84. Corner tfcenve D and 4th Street or guardian. Address all communications to .

J) i S ; L Pearson Sec and Treas. 4 Miami Florida,,


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