The Daily Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00364
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00364
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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SECOND. SECTION.7 MIAMI, FLA. :MAY 8.. .1906 ,}.. PAGES 9 to 10

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APPLEVARD AND I II -- .. ,.. '
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From the Tampa Tribune Apr"fj' ),' will prove to be the greatest boomerang .
I' e TJie imbfciluy and ovnhe Ignorance that ban been>> sprang in this "

,| :displayed by one'or more.wmUi Floe campaign.Mr. : .. FORCLER '
;.Ida: papers regarding the candidacy: Apjdeyard is not what a few ,; .;"t/
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of)Ir.' T. J.: Appleyard. of Lake City, people would like him to be In orderto .- ,'' '" ,. '' ,' ;! ,
.}a, '(or: railroad commissioner, is. so ab- hold an office in this State. He :I :. .
-curd that.tbln&. ng-ppoi'le do not consider baa never been accused of being aPopulist .. ,. '
t. U.a. tulnule consequently little -or Socialist but be "is and ,

attention should '00 laid to it. But. has always been a conservative Democrat '. \ ,

-.poet-.e4 a and a good one at that. If ,; : '
every aspirant for public office was as .: .
_f 'the; mater seriously,.la the cause of conscientious, fearless loyal able and \ + .
.this article. true as Mr. Appleyard. ibis campaigf f

t *( The: opposition to'Mr.-,AlI Jeyard Is would be composed of the most honorable :i Hove you ever' gone to the Clerk'R offic' under its present !

,"t ]\ ::Industriously :'circolatlng circulars Bet of candidates that baa ever' I.. ,
sl i 'taroushout! ,the State, wherein, ..theIts aspired for public office. *; and
management notation
n requested a to be made the
,Lake City editor is characterized The imputation that he is the eau- on margin :
;"a orati didate of clique Is line of those tan-
cori> : has, biro:a reader of'Mr. "Apple- talizlnz things that all bonarable men of a mortgage of n satisfaction which be done lawfully -
i'yard's paper' for a number of'years are compelled to submit to when they q IJ
-\; .and it has neterespoued| the cause seek to become public omclaJa,-'but and been told 3'nu would have too' to ;some-Abstract ; l
jot j the corporations against; the pen It the people who are endeavoring to .
;ple. In fact. Mr. Appleyard'swhole defeat him will treat him as .fair as Company and hate it drawn 11.11, then filed ? Have you ever re- .r
S career as a Journalist is like an openi he will treat his opponents they will j : ( i
vbook and hose who have watched hiss immediately'apologize to the public quested the clerk'R certificate f
regarding correctness of
s :?Course have aJwaYllllact.oJ'.hlm on the for the monumental fabrications sent tbf any" i

,: t side of the pwtple'against corporate( broadcast'over this State for the specific paper? If I
havt'-You wiIll't'mDloor ho well .
i of of Ou you succeed :
"l Influences and power and the unjust purpose defeating one you t.
t him few most able men in Florida for the
< Attack made upon by a Pf'r.'frM:1GDal ,position
; .enemies and political opponents he seeks {, ed: That conies of electing men to office to serve your inter- ,. J
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I est who after getting the office make you serve him and Who is ,I

_ ;SOME[ ..SHORT STATE ,STOBIESPOLITICALAND :; financially interested in' abstract compan f s. .If you should ,'"

elect me to '.tbe office or,Clerk I promise t.o that I will ALI -, .

,_' .' ,,' WAYS have in .niind-that .I should be YOVR SERVANT .aad f

i"U -" .' p t,' there by YOU tH attend YOUR busine s. I am not ..seekjI r

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,E A...New BankIL Give Us the Hen., :ingahe: office wh ch' waR CHEATED by tiie present CHIEF'i '
> i I The Bank of Starke,is a new: fiscal 'It Is far cry from, the Florida belt i .' .. I.
(Institution organized here! Wednesday todraining the Everglades"but tba r ", DEPUTY: the office that was created by the PEOPLE' '
f, by Atlanta.capitalists and local. business development of the magnificent potentialities ,
,men. 'Th e"bank will be incorporated that'same hen is a better f ," long. before that "Volubl CItizen" carne to this counk '. .
j: under be laws 'Florida-,- a investment for the people of this State I ,. ;: '
"charter luring' been applied for.' It than draining the yater:o4 the big Vote for X JAS. F. JAUDON l
t! will begin with a paid 'op capital of swamp. It will Inolve'Do taxation -
,: 115000. and It II, expected that tbe Creed no scandals, permit I no graft (
;'bank win be ready for business*,. and the returns will be dazzling. .The f L ; : '.... a'
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:la 50.'days-! Starlte'Telerapb... annual report of Secretary Wilson:of ,, ;I ;
: the Department 'of Agriculture will ', f ." ., ,
8 back up this statement and Congressman I 'II
sE Two Newspapers"SuedJviesterday Dawson. of Iowa speaking ofthegreatAmerican "' .

two big lawsuits were I "* hen has.talato. .. -,':'. J J- "''I' ,... .-' ..
I started at DeLand.. One was an action ',sajr: '
- tor libel against Benjamin' B.'Pfrevatt :"Sbe can produce wealth equal to .s 1'0,1
,. editor' ana putlislier,of the the'capital'stock of all the banks of I'I't I,
> DeLand Rt cord.,,. The suit was Instl.titled the New York clearing house In three
: .. by J. Hall Brumsey. county.so- l'months anj have a week to spare}i, In -- I
:'t. llcitor. He asks for ,{5,000 damages. less than sixty day* '. she; can'equal I .."
;1 The other suit was brought, by- Isaac the total production of an gold mines '-'" I _- l
Ai' Stewart Judge! ,at Fbs-:* CrIminal .of the 'United' States.- ITbeBaitedStates
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I Court against" Curia. O. Codrington proudly boasts of Its enormous J. "B, .Hawkins._ v B. .L'Lasseter: J. E. Lumnrtu. r
i editor of the > Land News;'' J.: E. production, of'pig' 'iron, by far the '

.;.li, BIgelow. a hardware, merchant: U. greatest of any country in }be world, : a
.|.t f M. nnett.and E..E. Ropes, lawyers and'yet- the American hen produces 'TiMiami: G'rocery'Co. Real Estate
;J a and' I. Hall Brumsey. the' solicitor Its.much iu six months as an the Iron HI ., / Bargains
,1 fi'ot Jbe' Criminal ,Court.', The action 'mines of I the-,OOtIDtry. produce.in a Staple and. Groceries :
'1iidW&es' conspiracy and slander and year.; In one year and ten months she fancy *

.:* f'ftsls, for $18.000 damages.-:Daytona ronU pay off the Interest bearing deM m FRUITSaodI; VEGETABLES l ,
*Gazette-News. of the,:United States." : j f.
.. The rooster rampant might look better Our stock: of ,
j ; groceries complete and we think we an supply We f
er o flak praperthi fr the sent t0'
the' : "s
Money"r .In' lcture. as symbolical
". It 'Tainted about everything: required in the baking line. Our aim is to keep
f'' to.' Is. bird of our free and .exultant country; only the \beat, class of groceries :and our prices on them will be 'w f.....,

't..tA'LakelaJId, man. MiyAmerettLlias but as'the true'symbol of our prosperous found tace right. Goods'delivered promptly to any part of the
1s.i AIs possession.a :cOin claimed to and prolific land give use)the hen .city. ,Oat fruit and.vegetable, stock always, fresh., Give us a call .2 loU 60x150 en paved kiwi, In HIM part .* ttty. ......{.../1r1O ;.

.r.be'iwe ,of the original. thirty pieces rouchantLive Oak Democrat',' i"" _'" -" .. ,1 lot on.IMi street leer Ave. C. a big karnata at I.... ........
': of::silver for which. Judas betrayed Telepho \ ;
''-ttJse!!Sa1loar.; Au Inscription on the _\ Broad Tolerance ie 2O 335Twelfth Street: Miami FloridaArmstrong's 3 Iota on FIfth street rich................ .......... .. ....tMQa00House '
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,.;cuts shows that it'1\'as'made 325 years i The, Like .Oak Democrats with Its ,t "fl and tot on Third ........ 0 rooms, 1M plaee.. easy tar et aa. s
F. B.C If It Is really part of the.Judas .... I '
f ''["bribe, It ;is,one of the vilest, pieces usual regard good to sense the discussion, writes as of the followsIn Evcrglades I-' One-half !lotion, Twelfth arts. t. for a.......... ...,.,...... .... BOB

tof; w-tainted money" 1n'tbe5world: but drainage question: The Elegant home en 'ItII street............. ..... ........ _,.. tIODO
It{:owner have no trouble in feivlng broadest t tolerance must be permitted
nt'pway; He;"has be 'n"1)ft'fl'f'd'1It'e in'
dfacussing this legal'and complex
thousand dollars for it and .refused. question of.draining the,Everglades, Meat Riverside lota are selling raptlynt'' we Mve a few abeke. ,sites ;
*...Bnt how does he know that It was one and white we have no sympathy withthe MarkISTIIEPLACE' left at the foltowtaf prteee: .w
"'-"fof the thirty pieces paid to Judas Isca- spirit,;whleh:can not'oppose thatmeasniWwithout.offenslrely : I
(trot tim'show'a clear abstrscttor..tltle
; ? Let
: denouncing Corner lots ...... ...... ..: .
back to' the false disciple'and -the Governor,' we have Just as little I!, ; :., Twelfth ttreeten .... .. .. ..$t 10 a

rtae, theologians of a skeptic ace will for the lack-like combination which Inside, lots Twelfth Street... .... .... .... .... ....,. '

-overwhelm him with riches and 'faDhti''Iltnreturn holds' that that'gentleman' can make Why pay enormous prices for, fresh meats when yon Inside, lets m ether street...... ...... ......\ ...... .i.....tn "
for his 'coin.,4 Live ,Oak DO' mistakes and that to question his cap! buy choicest cuts of-Western and Florida MEATSt .
: :;Democrat. infallibility'is to'deelare')'OUrself his much lese money at Armstrong's'Meat Market 'Corner'lotsRemember en other street...:....' ...... .....:...:, ...__ s
I"',_f .. enf'm1The; :Democrat is rlgtt, Personalities II :tt- ., a s :
water ewer, lights, paving andall.be Ibsst wotIH. r
too freelyIn the "
discussion of this r '
sponge'fishermen who form 1m- ; ,i '
The f
..: question. Let it be considered on Its It ... Cows there In the MB cist/ toys i
..:.?\:portant !ado..ln. the circles of the : ,
merits without regard to who does or ,, ( 't.
'v-wealth. of the Peninsular State,are n
does not advocate It. 'It is not a question
vblng Sooth. A carload of, spongersrfrom
Greece....lIed throngh the city ,of tBrowsrd or anti-Broward. but :
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.. (c<,Savannah, last week en route to .drainage or. DO drainage. Bartow ; Pharmacy
'* "'roPIl' Springs "one.of.!be Important CourierInformant.WouldHaw'- .. Tatiim & GoLolfcoh
tent of the sponge fisheries. A i tJ; "

large'fleet of small vessels and tbous- Few., -FriendsOne.ortwo ;. I, f XCORP'ORAT&DA : .
gads of mea are now engaged In of our. exchanges persist .
?sponge fishing on the golf. The Greeks in assuming that the opposition Store?for The People S
.rare a healthy, able-bodied lot of men to the Everglade drainage scheme In Drug j ,
:wUb the looks of sailors"and fishermen IU present shape .Is,connned ....1be | I'
r combined They"'are known as hard "enemies ,of. Governor Broward.lf rhat's our 11)0tio. and .it hasl been: the means of adding hun.dreds t

*;working and very shrewd people. Ad- that was- true, be .would hav!> few of new. customers: to'' our. list. We sell! only the pur Ei z
Fla. state friends. About
prices from Tarpon Springs. eighty-five per cent &
;halt, sales,of Rock Island sheepswtll'there of.tbe.newspapers of'the i! State are est drugs| All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma, nlg

for two weeks.eeding Apr- 26 either utsPOQn against," the J dral* ,cists.; We also carry the finest, sodas and i ice cream in the city ,. _
F amounted to $%::.000 Bids at the auction age scheme or have taken care to>> ro ji f +
IISles"wne' ridiculously tow and teal their approval' and certainly,not 1:1 Doors North of l'ostoff1. \ :! Machine Shop
fiibennen In. many instances withdrew less than .ninety per cent of the taxpayers
\fHielr lots,. It Is claimed 1 that Enro3p I in the drainage district oppose '. i'
.:' ; an dealers ..I1l1lnd It advantageous I IU;. :Tbe truth is that Governor Brow- : Jfr "! Wv E.; Yoimgs, Pres Across The' River. _.
Ito appoint! direct branch houses In I Iris worst,enemies are his "friends"
Florida owing ,to. the Florida 'wools I -who are advising him la the drainage Will
being cheaper than Cubanor; Nassauwools. matter, and in otheraatters,..for ; pair'your engine on short.ofti e.

f'.;"' Numbers'of reek divers are. thelrown selfish\ purposes9tAug ,:Southern (Marble '& Stone Co. Expert,! Gas Engine Men. We
ring at the new I El Dora Jo.. The ustlne RecordDevil's-,_ carry
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West 'fleet ,wlU I makr t hs\nunal, | 1'BHOOANBTREET.JACKSONVit.LE coils
_, w ng trip to the Rodk Island frronnds .. "Island 'Torture p| ,Headquartere: dynamos, plugsbatter, wire,

i'fbe catch' made ythe Greek! 'dlv- :--r--- Building Stone ,Marble etc. screws sw esLofton'. ..
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'ii'll embrace; very nature large sized 's 110'Wrse than the terrible case of ,:
: .spongesberetof / far, beyond the Piles that'afflicted me 10 years.'ThenI '
of shallow< ater book operators :wag advised to apply Bucklen's Ar- MOSAIC, AND TILE:: WORK '
_The BarVest of hookers* and divers flea Salve; and Jess than a box permanently '
exhibit a variety of catches of extra cured me. writes L. 8.,Nap- & E
large to small'sizes'ot'sponges' pier of Rnggtes Ky. Heals aD wounds || MwHMmrti, GcMral.CcMterv Work, eta Jig:
before seen In the sponge businessl ,- burns and sores like magic' 25 centsaf .
: > Ling. Gazette. all,,drggists. Lsnml Woriw. ,OMZOIM rsaliUts. Los T*.d.i., Prompt ....Ia. 1
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