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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00366
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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& E. BOWERS SUCCEEDS MR.WIL- WAS WEDDED LAST,I NIGHT TO .

1PPE.j LiAM8 AS RAILROAD AGENT r- Says a Prominent' Commission Han Today-Results Will Be! MISS DORA HAMILTON' LEFT!, HISJUIlOF1HESUG6SBU
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I' Delrar.;, May 9- )Ir. W. Budd.. Jr; I l ')Wtirren Frazee, of the most Interesting .
"Within,the text week or ten days their attention to smaller but better character In the countyand
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and Mr. end in this of the State" said n i 1 "The pineapple season is Just coming as "Alligator Joe on account of hi. -- ---t-::
Considered at Death of the Southern Express Co., have pafj in. The key crop will move Quick. Clove and ability to handle all reptiles Fate-Is Receiving!
corimlsslon this morning Spiritual
prominent man
ly. The fruit are of a good quality fantily.
been here for a couple of days, checking very of the saurian stole a marcuon
Door-Her Daughter Has over our station and installing "and It h U been one of the molt : and the entire yield will go between hs! friends last night, and was Service From! Nero
'1 profitable yea '4 the industry has ever 75,000 and 100.000 cr.atesv The quietly married:to4!visa Dora HamU-
Been Summoned From Mr. A. E. Bowers as agent to succeed known in thii i'ectlon.." mainland pines are beginning; to move ton, at the rESIdence of the brlde's Priest-Will Die
who had resigned. Mi. also but It will be two weeks before ,
Mr. Williams, "yet parents on A\"t'n D; by the Rev
,Colorado, \VHiiams has many friends who are "The 'tomat4rop has proven espec- : the shipments become heavy. The I Mr. Harrison. } June 5. ',
I to see hIm leave. tally goo II I sorry ,than, those ol 'revlous years, but the the output reach half a million crates, i Miami a number years and Is weD
Mr. A. L. Tear Jr., who has been prices prevailing were far In excess ,though some place at not more'than' and favorably kno,I'n. Only Immediate -

1 I night man" at Fort Lauderdale, during of,those realig d before. This came ,,300,000" crates."Taking members of thk family were pres.
tNew'York" : May 10-' Mrs. Jefferson. the tomato rush) came :up Monday from two:facts alone; one _becausethe the season as a whole the ant at the ny. The couple Edwardalla Cady Brow the young

'Davis, widow o: President Davis, ot nieht: and will assist Agent Bowers in market was not glutted, and the growers of the county will have no left this or Kansas City, negro sentenced to be hang d on Tuesday .
the Confederacy Is 'dangerously UI 'be Railway',office during the. rest' of other on account of the high quality room for complaint .They have done where Mr. cerei.Is under contract June 5,*for the murder of'Mrs.
with' grippe at an' apartment house he shipping season. of the fruit These conditions have better than ever before and are now to exhibit of 'gators. Dora Suggs. ls taking his fate philosophically t
here. I Capt. Jas. F. Jandon. candidate for been confinedi every portion of the In a position to reap even better successes crocodile. manatees and other curia and seems not I to comprehend '
\ 'As Mrs Davis la nearly eighty years I clerk of the circuit court, spent Monday county, and tbe growers, profiting by next season anj those succeed In the grounds of 'Electric: Park popular the gravity of his position and
.,<>tl ol ace It U feared the (attack will belatall'Ker'daughter. in town shaking hands with old the present ejfperience. win denoteTh'SA1 Ing," resort of tba city; three cars of the utter hopelessness o* anything but

3Irt.J. Addison friends and making new onesair. 1:%: .." his stock In trade receedlnr him yes- leach that ,,confronts hIm.. j '
Hayes of Colorado Springs, has beellallDlDODed W; T. Williams is making his terday. I Brown I is an ignorant negro and of
to her bedside. headquarters at the Chapman House, [ OF LIQUOR GIJAS. A. PEABODY Mr. FrazfOe mal tales a museum the lower I;element of his +rsee. He

and looking after Sligh &; Co.'s Inter here and at Pal Beach ID the 1I1n.ter.tlme eats and sleeps well and receives spiritual
ROYAL PARTY WERE I',st at Boynton. and reap a snug sum from advice from a negro frt(>st daily, i
r LOUDLY CHEERED Everybody U working now in Delray PROTESTED IN WILL BE MADE'WITNESS each. HIs place are among the at- though be has not yet professed rellg-
-- Including "Father," and he Just recelv- "p} tractions of the ounty, and a VIsit 'on: He Is confined aloe but given t

St., Petersburg May 10-The Emper- ed a leter from a young lady in West here !II not comp etc without a trip every attention by the Jail (authorities.
; ot:mad Empress after leaving the Pal Palm Beach telling him to cheer upas 'WCANALZONF '0 A1lgator! Joe' resort. He will I The doomed man still isserta hit
}4 ace today entered a launch and returned she was working, too. Let the : be at the same 01 stand next season [Innocence of the terrible rime with

to PeterholL. Crowds on,the good work go on. with his curios, s d In the urcauUme, which he stands convicted and makes
banks cheered the,Imperial party. Mr. Tom RIckards, of West Palm ,. :umerous friends !e wishing him aU no complaint other than it Is hard a
short here Saturday to kill a fellow for crime he did
teach made a stop kind of success I double harnus.i _a nCKcommit.
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EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS"' while on his way to Bocoa Ratone .
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FELT IN ,WYOMING. via wheel CONFERENCE COMMiTTEE INSURANCE INVESTIGATION BY Convicts Moved,Camp
'!I Mr. Pipe, wife and child of Pompano The county con Viet who have been MONSTER OF :THE IE SAILS
=- 'AspeciallfromCody Sunday In town with Mr. WILL PETITION PRESIDENT DISTRICT ATTORNEY JEROME-
Chicago, Mar 10 spent ,
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t' a t work for the pest repairingand :
,. Wyo. says ,that.an earthquake and Mrs. A. T. Pearce. AND CONGRESS TO THAT SUBPOENA FOR HIS APPEAR- improving the! Orange Glade road, Hambutc. M1; ;;:. Th steamship
shock,' which lasted one mlnnte.passed J. C. Chase, of Chase A Co., Jack will be moved Saturday, to the vlcln- Kalaerln Augusta Victoria the largest t
: through Elkhart Valley at C 'o'clocklast ,I sonville, spent Wednesday in town! EFFECT -M>THER REPORTSBirmingham ANCE ISSUED TODAY Ity of Cocoanut Grove, where they steamship a last started ,from hers

.. night 'No serious damage Is re looking over the situation. will work at the rdad from there, outh,| this morning" for New orIL n.
ported.., Messrs. Z. T. Merrttt. and F. W. I lie ,better part jot' the next two steamer, which belongs '0 the set
i Hahn, two of the candidates for coup months being occupied in this work |I I vlee of the Hamburg-American lines,
SPIERS'BOOKS. ARE ty clerk spent.Wednesday here 'fixingup ,I arries: a large number ot passengers. ."it
their political, fences J, May 10At today's New York May 10District Attorney I' -
BEING EXAMINED
Hauled Out on Ways and full cargo of frel&'ht.I)/ ,fa the y
Mr. J. S."LeFUL o: Jacksonville session of tea general conference of, Jerome has Issued a subpoena for ?dover
The coasting hoover Ruth A.,)largest steamship ever built. It it
I Pollock & Benedict the the' Methodist' Church South, a reao-I-Charles A Peabody, president of the
presenting
New Tork; May 10The Herald today which came up f om the keys >ester 700 feet long with 1$ feet beamIt
,a says that It suspects the examining wholesale dry goods dealers spent lution was adopted calling for ) Mutual Life Insurance Co., and compelling day morning wit a full load of pineapples can carry 550 passengers In die :4
.i z of the books of Charles L. Spier, Tuesday In town In the interest of his vestigation pf the great and terrible his appearance before the special has flats ed discharging* and lint cabin..350 In the second 300.Isthe
of tjw congregation, and -
the confidential employee of H- ifL firm wrongs urging grand Jury Investigating insurance this morning wa > hauled out on the third. and 2.300 in the steerage.
j'. Rogers, whose mysterious death In Mrs. J. N. Center, who has been the United States government to matters. ways of the MI ml Boat Works tot The crew comprises 650[officers anJ ,
his Staten Island home Monday night, here on a visit.to her husband sev take action Uor the promotion of an It Is understood Peabody will be some slight repaIrs to her:hull. She men. The ship U equipped will e1' '
:>-; Is not yet explained.Mr. era! days past returned to West' Pals international ,:inquiry. made a leading witness though It Snot e, will probably be but back in the water ery modern convenience! and has s
L Rogers refused lt night to discuss Beach Wednesday a. m. A petltlou'Wag received from s num.ber I known when he will be called tomorrow and proceed at once to El- large restaurant where[ passengers
Hon. Geo. G. Currie, who is a canal of womeii of the Holsten conference ,, L
|r the matter.COTTON lott's Key after l pother load of pines :nay eat a la carte meal
date for the office of county treasure, askIni the enactment of a requirement I Fortuna Will.Lay' Up i __ _
spent ,Saturday in this place. Mr ot young preadhers that i
fi' DAM AGIO BY A Currie has many business ant personal they pledgHl themselves not to use The steamer Fortuna which cam I Hattie Darling S tiled LEITER SUSPENDED FROM i I
; The British cchoouer Hattie Darling
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friends in Delray and made more tobacco. |J here last winter from West Pain '
The committee recommended ,. Beach where-she was built and Ii Capt. Thompson, hlch was towed out
temperance
while here who wish him all kinds of
.; VERY SEVEREEROS success. the,1 prohibiting of church owned, will be berthed up the rlvei riot I the river yesterday, sailed thisuiorsmg THE BOARD OF

OUver! Savage, of Miami who has members acting ai liquor dispensers today:I and her owner, who has beer I : for Nassau, carrying considerable -

been at work for Slip ft: Co, during under dispensary laws The l.i aboard, will return to Palm Bead. freight aid a number of, passengers TRADE
the tomato season at Colahatchee same committee reported a resolution : for the summer. It is probable tha t who since the steamer ruu
came up Monday, Checked np with hat the President and Congress prohibit I I later'ln the summer the Fortuna wllI I was abandoned the summer, have
:Mr:Pearce sad returned to Miami on the manufacture and sale of llq I be engaged In the F. E. C. Railway extension no other way of for i back and forth
the evening traiL our in the mama Canal Zone. work. between the tw points than by the I
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schooner.
: Ceo S. Rowley,. or"the Palm BeachNews '
,BIrmingham Ala; May 10- A special : Chicago May 10It Is announced
Tuesday night 'In town.having N
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; from Decatur,"Ala, says that ,A driYen"dOYJl from West' Pain lEGAl PAPERS fiLED FOR RECORD Wants the MetropolisMr. today that Joseph Leite who.carriedon
heavy frost last night in the Tennessee W. O. Coaxes' who has been vhr
Beach with Mr. J, H. Wright of Chic I a spectacular wheat r corner eight
.River valley killed and damaged cot. 1 ring at points In Georgia for the past
sgi who is'placing the little saving ,
i ton. In some places the entire crop banks with the people through out'I I several weeks 1'now In Atlanta, and years ago has been suspended from '
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; ,will have,to Jie.reptauted.Froat.at the county In"tie Interest'of the Dade writes tile Metropolis.. as folows; the Chicago Board of trade on com

: this season of the year was unknown County State Bank.. Hr.,Rowte1 went "Please send my paper to 97 Sprint plaint of a trader that his bill for
"" .' Mortgags'deed, J. A.r Wortey et ux Dade County Security Co. for $700,
: before Street, Atlanta, until further notice.
south Wednesday via train and Mr. $SON for services rendered during ,
to Troplcajli Home Improvement Co.,I lots 4 and 5, White's snb-dlvistn. bk. y
fin eight pounds.
r Wright returned to West Palm Beach 1 am feeling ; gained .
METHODIST CONFERENCE Mr. John Beach the nurseryman of for $750. lot,, 8, block 22 north, Miami 16. north, Miami.Morfgage. Please send m<- the papers back toMay the corner, is still unp. d.

... ."- West Palm Beach was a r fbuslnes Mortgager. H. Gautier to TropIcal Kathleen Henderson toDadeiConnty 2, as that Is the last date I rec2lved. .
: tettaea Mass.,.May 10- The' B.Bl visitor in town Tuesday. Home; pro1'emeDt Co., for $533, Security Co., for $250lo I hate to miss any of It." Immigration Inspecto 1 Howard has

; "anal conference of the Primitive Met Mrs. F.',W. Chapman,made a flyingasst lot 42, of fractional section 31, tp. 53. 14. block 10, south Miami. returned from Jewfish Creek, after

,,-,f odlst Church of the East opened her to West Palm'Beach,Tuesday south, rant (4, and section 36, tp. 63 f Warranty deed J. T. Frow and wife Coming for lc an unsuccessful effort to capture a
;this morning with a large attendance !.ViG.;! Ly man's auto. south, rants 41. east '' to Malachl Smith for $50 lots 15 and It Is said that a large schooner win
'f of delegates representing every par Dr. Newman who has been,rendering Satis action of mortgage Tropical 16, block 21. Frow's Homestead. arrive here in ja few days from Nassau .negro alien.

',*, ol Be Eastern' and New England, I professional services here with Home Improvement Co., to Eugene I Warranty deed Jos. T. Frow and N. P., after a cargo 0: one hnn I .S

,; States.t his office at the Chapman House thepast Porter. fel"Satisfaction wife to Malachl Smith for $50, lotsS I I dred tons of Ice. There is no Ice i,Gov. Broward May Speak ;

; ten days, returned to,West Palm ;. f NI of mortgage, Tropical : and 4, block 31. Frow's Homestead factory at Nassau and consequently Governor Broward is (to be In West
: Giving Away Ginger Ale ; Beach Monday morning. Co. Chas. H.Gautler. D. Rada- dealers have tq come here for It. this ,
Home Improvement: to Agreement, between J. Palm Beach and deliver an address
'i E. U: Brady *: Co, are giving away .W baugh and wife, and C. J. Rose for being the nearest point This Is -lone I I tomorrow night and there U a strong
i a ,bottle of Beaufort Ginger Ale. and Chanfitn E"Engineers. i..H :r:, tt In 8atfsfacpori of mortgageTropicaiHome purchase of the north 50 feet 0: lots every summer),and though quite expensive i probability that he will come here
.l t a Beaufort funny, fan to each lady f 'Mr. R." O. Wilkie, of Cleveland, (X. Improvement Co. to J. A. Worley. 19 and 20,and thesouth 10 feet of lot the returns are good as the i''and speak Saturday nightMETROPOLITAN
X who calls at their store, corner of accompanied by ,his family, arrived I, block 42, north Miami. Consideration "frozen water"the sells there for what
3 12th tsreet and Avenue D, this after- In: the city last night and will make Commls p 1 ner's deed Fred S. Morse $600.Commission. ;J people of Miami wouliiconsider HANDICAP, e

Sf noon'between' .the, hours of. 4" 'and. "6' Miami their future home. Mr. Wllkie as commluloner and Lucy H. Culbert- State of Florida to J. exorbitant pr ces. I
*\ o'clock. comes here to succeed Mr. Robert MeJrlff eon guardian to'Gaston' Drake for R. MIzell to be justice of the'peace, '

:as ,chief engineer at the electric $1,900. 160.acres;: in section 17, tp. 56, 6th district until successor Is ,qualified. Important Mater* Spring Meet Westchcstsr' Racing Association .
Glass in Itreeq'The light plant the latter having resigned south, ratite 39, eastWarrant A meeting' f the Miami Board ot Operis Today

police should give special attention his position for the purpoie ofgoing, ] deed Sallle G. O'Reilly Warranty deed Clara A. O'Reilly Trade *'11 be eld next Monday night l-t r
to the throwing and breaking,of West for the benefit of his wife's and hnsbntod; to John P. Collins for to Morris R. Keen and Henry Ri Fish. ft which a nn her of matters of vital New York May The spring
'Class in the' .streets.; In many citiesit health: He will go first to"Indiana $1.500, pat}: of north halt section 30 er, for $2.500. lots 1 to 10 Inclusive of Importance to the progress and welfare ueetlcg: will.only last nine days but
Is made a serious offense and heavy for a few weeks!, and from there pro- tp. 53, soStfh.! range .4% east block 74 north. Miami. will N gJ en discussion and probable some good sport is p ''omised. The g
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fines Imposed when convictions are reed to Los Angeles, Cal:;; to make his '' deed, Earl R. Bevingtouand Satisfaction of mortgageDade 'County action Among these will be chief event of the opening Jay will
secure,. Broken glass not only endangers future, home. Mr. and }Mrs McGrUf 'amn-t wlfeUa; E. Flnzel for Security Co, to Ralph S. Wilson, the proposed rand issue by the city be the Metropolitan handicap, for
Leopoldlne
pedestrians, but plays havoc have been residents- .* Miami for sev.I $_,S. ..ft1.JIcres i In section .1, tp. 53 et ux. for municipal mprovements. a rPdnc- which many famous burses have been
with the tires of' bicycles and automobiles Oral rears and have many friends i south, range 41 east. ,.,, Satisfaction of mortga eDade County linn in city t des, deepening of the entered James R. $eene's'famous S*
and often Injures and seriously ho regret their departure, but trust I Satisfaction! of mortgage, H. A.Ches- Security Co., to Charles Wester- r1tor, n? manufacturers and Sysonby Is top weight pith 131 pounds
cripples animals. 'h. rhanse will the development and E. R. Thomas asjed campaigner,
accomplish the result ley to Earl R. Bevlngton. camp et ULWarranty other matters raining to -
lnt forces;; It i Satisfaction of mortgage, H A. deed Charles Wester- of Mia ii. All members of the Kermis again has Be(' nd place with

Acted as Judge Cbesley t#,, Susie E. Flnzel. camp and wife to Edward Graham for f"rmer-board is well as all those of I I'Ibe 12G:! pounds Ort \Vej; Is rates next
City Attorney R. B. Gautier' officiated Stoke at Lemon City Deed," FteriJa Coast: Line Canal and $1.SOO. east half lot 13 and nil of new oreanrpsont zaMon are urged; to be with 125:: pounds. Tb+n follow Delhi, ,

as municipal Judge this morning! Hon. George A Wone,.. candidate Transportation, Co., to J. A. Patterson lots 14 and 15, block *S north Mia-ni ; at th! meeting which will be i 124. Stalwart and Art ul. US opndsIII
'n the absence of Judge J. T. Sanders,' 'or the State Legislature from Dade for $150.len acres in section 8, tp. Warranty deed, SilwaM Graham),held at_7-30.: osecnr clock at the city nan. *ach; Hamburg calls : ; fiOZetenweighted
who was"called, it is said,'"to Delray winty a*! representative, addressee :52:! southjjtange 42 east and wi"e to Thomas E. Graham for 121. Guiding, Star 1*,, with
prosecute a case against a former 'he' voter of Lemon City last night Warranty deed, J.K.Dorn and wl'e !. $1 and other cons1der\.jor.i east half .as National ask to Trortea! ROTC oT nonn.s.Rare
Hlamlan, who is charged with having t111tt', a'rrowa at "nded and the speak- to Ada ITehe: ( Sannders for $234 25 lot 13 and all of lots 11 .nl 15. block I i Irprovementj o. King; will ala be among the
given worthless check for the 50;: feet S8 north Miami. i j Satisfaction of mortgageTropical: starters and 1I'1JIl'3rrf: only 99 pounds
a ;purchase .T was given a cordial reception. He north lots 19 and 20, .block.
o' pineapples. Mr. Gantler bad1Iffore' T'ltned hs! platform along the same 17 southjSMlamLChattejjinortgage. Warranty deed. Dan M. Roberts to 'lome Impro ement Co, to Charles Last year the Metro tolKan resulted
blm.half a"dozen or more defendants ''" '>8 99 at other places and P'evtous- S. C and H. F. Elva R. Sanders for $75, flvea area In U Doro'hy. I in a dead heat betwe! n Sysonby and
several of them bp!,,? charged I" mentioned In the Metropolis. A Raulersoarjto: Fort Dallas National section 25., tp. 56. south, range 38, Mortgage d-ed. Charles L. Dorothy Race Kin;. Notwi hstendin the t
of wife to nnl K. Hogg for II MO I, heavy handicap seems to be *,
with fighting and disposed all number from the city went up Bj auto Bank. its east and SYSOiib1'
t 1 of them in a creditable manner. and train to near the address. Mortgige, J. R. Knowles! et af to Assignment of mortgage, Fort Dal. lots 4. 5 and Mock: 'I:!, nor'h Miami h general ''''' I
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PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY

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.,B...B. TATUM.-I *lie Pre. ... ;S.-BOBO' DEAN.- \ 6ec.Treatt r .. .. + In the selling.OJ .meats at' .wen a* IB
: other t1l1 'p. I rl tin quality of oar'
r : : I'' ; MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS Ii I meats that w4as new Mnda and P-.
irons very da|.JBy({ the vay.TiAv '
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J. W. Watson Avjenue 1 ever tried cr3.r for rout
t En.terect afthePoloffice., at MUmi.FU.. .. a. .second-class.; "matter. I. 1 g D I beef' ? W.-oifetthe best Florida tad .
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THURSDAY MAY io.i; >oe t 6" 1f: tgtilui4 'CIJ :

1 is now a matter of history! and we_ !feel as if we ought to thank tar custQr.n.j.j

? : A .*OUJTH!'. OF JULY CELEBRATION. ersfor; the' .fine' business we,'had..: Tis, true we 'sold goods"atawfullYtlow I

few "weeks the Metropolis suggested that the Board of 'Trade f bit that is : JaM
Some ago prices ; our motto. Carry no goods overrom seasorMo: ,.season
or the other public todies of Miami,''make July 4" a gala day here and that,
this 1J&tLe''determined as soon &I .posllble. ,I to redu eour.5OcknoIatter what they cost. Practically all-pur goods 4
It U now but a few weeks before that vlnLtul.d.1t, whfea? appeals
k' moo'the>> 'bearta of'every American will be at' 'iun.l..but as yet.no.move m j} are n bask, to the old prices but in $ome, few lines where we.. are still. i
''rVu 'e'ei brail0a 'dlrectioa'hai been made. It would. DOt' be diffleult to AI'- r r

i-t .range a program of 'events.that would.,be botJ''pleaaln& and inviting.. Ex'ctirsion 1 i overstQckedhavedecidedtocontinue, sacrifice prices untilstockislbwered .
!" ';'14' rates-no doubt couU b.. secured from 'the .railroad,, and, i ,.j.i f .irMen's 1

""' &'' i1i ) crowd'of'outslden, many of .whom have never been here, would 1" .. '.' ."lj
*"* le' bro ;htp' "to view:our promising little city and progressive section. f ': ..
JJi..MetropoUs"would.like; .:to see'tbl& 'matter taken tip: It would be a j fine clothing suits we sold for We are badly overstocked In.men's pants:1' i
iH o -w proCtat.le'' wa,.,of boosting and booming ,Miami besides giving: the peopV, 1 fiffeerr and eighteen, .dollars, to close $13,50 I and we offer 6.00 and 7.00 Paragon pantS $5.00. 1
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:c.. .."1t"both home"and"vlsiting.'a' day of enjoyment and pleasure. The, Metropolis : out at .v. the best line' made.In the U. S. for' .. .
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!'f|Yi:is working"" for Miami and'its :people and'it will do its toil part in advertis- 1 ,, 'I 1,1'; ,"4 A
,. ,tug andboomlng'the'above or any,:Bother !e.ture.th. will interest others. i A'tiriken lot of suits In small sizes: Our line of four 4.00.4.sO and 5.00 pants r'. .S3.50'

,j, 'la'It. and bring It and Dade county, before :the outside..world:. | 33. 34 and 35. Worth $10 and 12, $6.90 '. (
Y: i\ 'Let all Join In a eoneerted movement for a grand Fourtlj bf July celebraUoa n 1 to closeat.w. \. . . . ; tl .v ,'tt 1 All bur, 3503.25 and 4.00 pants for. .. i,. .:-.S3.oo, .i=i
'I' ; iiatwfll, Interest the'people and make Miami a place otdiscussioa: j .' i "

throughoutt[ theStat'e: .;,,,'It.:wont be:;near as' hard to do as it might appear i
vi to some., .. j. f" :
1 Wened out>our shoe stock in very good shape;;' 1 and- have' but;; these few to offer at cut'orkest, .. ,.., !, : :1
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.'I "J 3 3HT11E.VATER; ; .j } rigrts e-' ': of shOfI" and .'ox. I.. .,. ': Shoes r'J

,.M--VI: .The.installation. )water meters, 'by ,the,'Flonda. East. Coast Hotel ; in white'canvas, 'dllelf, .. (kid 1 .
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*C;' ,\.1t'UI.t ;*i. 'A1 few" mews shoes in shirts'about all
in Mlainf' ckard..U50 but still
Water Works Company is a movement that has longbeen tlegled, .I 5.00 white calf oxfords gone w*
i $3 95., and four dollar. walk- ver and Gen have a few of the Manhattan.and Roy.1j
"for'tbe benefit and'protection of puMlc tawresU. j .ow:< .H'-i-Mli: .ii'i3.50 . -' E. Keith's'3.50 and fonij dollar. Sizes al Palms left. ''WortW noo: :
'M .It is a'f4 th'Jd. hhe old system'ot consummlng all the'water you j white canvas oxfords $) 95 badly broken To close to close at '.'. "' ::.: :..,$1 .'JS,
":,)wsatedthere '.ifas an excessive was! !t b t. night and. day! ;LeaklcI'fault j Z50 now.white, .uu.. .oxfords.. . at . . ",:, "','r't2.95 60 or moreahlrtao!! $1.25; !. tl I 00' :
attention'until'they .poured a canvas a'p I 95 150.. to close at'.7T .. ,
:cetatolletaanJ urinals were never given . .
now. 0," .. About thirty pair of $2!0 ind a few pair ,( '7M.al' s?"IC; ,
steady stream, and'-neces.lty forced repair. Hydrants ;r(er.allowed to '1.50 white i 'oxfordsnow. 3.00 hoes, .
canvas most all, sizes Bey! Slllttl Wrfs fs M 2O
'"' '.taDd bPenand; 'Jtieam.' to' flow tbrouCl' garden -hose all night In var-'. I ,.....,. "r .'.... ., ..r' $1-- I i.35' I To .close "at .' ., .t., ...$2..15. (SteamMen's to per et
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r:." lous.pther. ')says"there"has',been an' an'extravagant 'astage'iof 'water.1Butt.this"iras ..: t
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.. if. .Company probably had the'.,..ater to spare but every,leaking hydrant, follet 'It will be a pleasnrg! !P purport; to lave you call arid look our. stock and 'Drice* over. Our store iV
and''urinal, every' hydrant,'that stood open and 'evel'1 garden ,,hose that ;
'. .i large, plenty of air,, >and always) cool.and comfortable during the summer months.
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Every one.
: rowed'unnecessarny.. diminished the'supply In the ma1us'and'; capacity h say'a, :iit
:,: p'ufflpi at':'the 'iiWoDqmarU1.: '.the. wastage: "t+'ould. not 'be' tlotlced: or ,I i:5: n pleasure to. trade.at our store.:' Allgoods marked in'plain figures/and ,strictly. 'one, price to'all.I .,

"'Fthe"decreased: pressurefelt, but let.a ,fire breakout,andhe,, department. i : '
be',forced to "use two or* three streams of water and the Inadequacy of '
\,;i',1he pre 'ttreTyonld bet lJzt4 only too fully. > .11, ; ., J. : : t
?here' can be fdoubt or question' 'that Several'- large1'" nres have ; that'money ; elf ,i':
occurred: kr & 1If ause of an )Insufficient! water' service;! 'and that the : We, sell the best can buy; We want the world to know 'i it
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same 'was1 made* so In' a large measure by ,leaking jiydrants, garden. hose. L. I. I ., ; ,

flowing locessaatly- numerousotherwastages. that bad.a direct result : ', .. '" t. _
npon'rednclng\ the pressure obtained and prevailing at the fires.< : '. ,, ,
With the meter service the people. ., m'usV."be. : more'barefuLThey'will' fir- R I 1 1
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0'_ be allowed a sufficient amount of water at a, flat rateot;.much per: ,!ntb. { I ; ... } ,.
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but above that quantity an excess rate per hundred cubic feet.wlll be A'
I II',' -'charged.TwO'or three leaking hydrants a.steadily flowing' toilet dripping'nrinal. Ih e ntho: ty R qfb.o;

to ""' oriu' garden-hose"allowed to run over nights;-woold. loOn -'collf mp i Qaqy J Jr'
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...Cr.. water!:; 'Ail' leaks',..nt. btf stopped and'.this -donet',tbegeneralwater: sere .. I. .. ,

,:' -" j ice of the city will be Increased to intti an extent hat'a disastrous confla- : .. ." .. 4' ... I . ... ....

"l" "graUon'may at'some time'be'successfully'. '.. '.averted." :' Th' ',*ratermet'' r"ii'.1.a .., ... --":-:-, ,." ,', ._. ...., '''w .... ._ .." .. .
good'4btng to'bare. ., ." !, '...",'I. iiE: !It ." t( ''tri..W.r '" ..... !:II <': t' I.t.. ,It '7 ', ,. .' n Hi=tnQ.: -.lntIH' ,1\
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., ''ThI11i the campaign lie's busiest season.. I r I .. I tr., .: : 1'1. : ; -; : ; ? .
'lfr.; I, III O. Y ouw.."an t. [ea.ouse'1 i :;'

IWn't let"thefproposed' city bond Issue In,the sum of 1100,000 fcr'mnnlc> : > : .
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Ipsl Improvements escape your atteation.lt. ,; is Oc'mucl1li1Dp.rtauce.. to, you! r'
The election win beheld May 22. ,two weeks from Tuesday.gnt'aN ...
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JI a -If that predicted Udaltwa.egfree'tb6''Atlan'tie'"cast: the goby there
.," 'will'be)"many cUIaPPotntedpe',la Mlainl' and' vlcinffl'who"up i .to' the ,,

; a'a+ "preient.jbave:.tad'its''prospective arrival as a.general,,and constant subject If so we can do nothing for but 6
of con.ergatfonan4 discussion, though each and every one of ;them de? you,
dared "Of course, I Jon't 'w1U'come because no tone can foretell J
'1nQe&: ft.rwl1"j.andklndred''declarations: bnt -one has 'to listen to '' i '

; them just a few, seconds to become convinced that they are shaking and. '' 'If you, want.au' \ ,abjolntely water-proof residence.. business block! or a building any kind ,'s*
a to their with .
y. t. trntbUag very toes fear.
.'..0. It? ;. we will be .glad to show you a water proof'artificial, tone that is, the best on the 'market, U

.. -.PlattsbnrgN. ,. T Republican. gives this 'reducing: the We will. demonstrate you that water can bj poured over the facing of urf\ stone? _
mosquito nuisance piitconld ,be' applied here with good results: '"Now I
; '" te a goal time to take steps to reduce the mosquito tribe to Its Irreducible and( will stay there'untit evaporated by the sun, w th not the least bit of, absorbment .by the

,. .. ... mtnlmsm.*' Rem mber.th.t It is 'commonly accepted theory that mosquitoes stone. It is not healthy to live in a damp house, therefore protect the health,of ydurself
'do not 'often wander more than' one thousand'feet from the place (
,:pf blrth-.;; A careful 'examination 'of premises i* often very useful in disclosing and family and build stone house. Plaster can be put on this stone.thus'saving the expenseof

."t.put' water easily overlooked. which' could popu.te'a neighbor-' I lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone Will I not crack or peal. We also deal' ; in
i hood with the pests., A tomato can in proper or Improper position, a
hollow stone, or a'crevice In the crotch o: a tree make exceedingly effective Cement. : : DOXT FORGET TO GIVE US \ CHANCE BID
breeding'places; while In''old neglectej: -well might be the source of untold 1

,misery,In; the form..;of,"bites."* "
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The Tamps Herald gives this timely advice on Sanitation that J

+ most. applicable, to every, citizen. and section at the present time: "A thorough I I! t
.cleaning: 'np ofthe! city is essential in fact !it. Is" imperative at this {,I The Art Stone Construction Co 1

.. ,' .time. ,an}, the sanitary deportment of the city. .should. te compelled tui j I .
make a-vigorous effort.in this! direction daring the present month. Every..ailey'tnibe'city .
'' :. should be inspected had whenever there1 any flltaor ,
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rubbl.h,rou.l!&,it :shoum be cleaned' :pp an J 'carried ''away. Every street I I
in. the city should also be given a thorough cleaning All residents sho'ilii.+ ,
Office and: Stone Yard Foot Avenue "Look for the Turn in the Null"P
<..; also be notified to' clean their yards thoroughly and all stables and -outhouses Di.
should be Investigated. The health of the city demanJs this arM
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no effort should.be spared to see' hat It is done. _4 .
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...1r'.-..I1r.1n IOU"0"'f..ro lOll' ,....-: Many aJ Ceati puts on a1brave fac Hand- hides /cheap inside work,

c.a. .ur..r..Wd..t.r.t.ma1D..ad,..;.-...,... p.rz.uraei'\ iT flr1g >r> !_. "' I1_ n J 1i'aTC i g', is i rI rj f fi I'
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F-.IJ.. SEYMOUR |t.. V..Ttri 4 till:i b LJ Illf ,THE J. II r tJ J "I "
inside-details; of construction are not often seen, but they're
Seymour & Atkinson as important; as are granite foundations to a brick block. The
Attorney$and h liT"{ -the garment its }tability and character and ttiedifference of .
Counselors At Law. FOR ... *Jew cents in the cosh of these inside details shows ta'two or three :
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eUl tio.tocivirplaetic.1.aU coin. b r sleeks. The trimmings workmanship of Schlossjarments are -
SUM a.* r tanl II i5T 1 I ; i r(the best that money cm secure. The mere lining cost the makers
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,Room 5,!6,1.FrissellBldg.< :''.,Miami froj *7?.: to fl.50 a ya 1 d against 25c to 60c that other linings-fn
t-i other makes-cost :tt's simply the difference between something' :
G.of'A. Wfarley good and something] cheap-between the brat and |;make-shift-j-
1 between perfect cons rnction and work. Schlbua
cheap linings ate
;i Attorney 2 Law N. 6AUIIER ..only one amln SchloJs ioritie"-..Clot dingsghingandtai i. ; .

;I 310) Twelfth St., Mami_ FloridaGeo. .- r r s ? is t bring are all of the: sane t staudard.everything trt.,the best S"peony can b y .'


M. Ffobbins.J7 w L ,
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and satisfactio and according "
'Dr. James M. Jr. -given-general. ". .. lii|! .'.. I
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Office Coraer 1 2A add Are.BOpposae .. to usages. ail.. d.- ,: principlesis "i,,. .. : .. s
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I! ,. lie Offlc F. :Mull Boom 1 Vand, M.4 D: f..,"...'t. i\;} ,. .' .l '.ilf"J-''Ii t1 ''. ." :J .,f;, ., forget the Number 'Jj22( Twelfth Street Miai. Flor'daUJnited

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y.EO... L. MCDONALD
: '. Clrfl Eniltw? States Depository. :::' : Depository State of Florida i

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I. -. A..c'-" 1 teotu / / II II I I .Report of condition on' April 6th 1906, as reported to i

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I"P'.W. CHAPMAN.. Propnatl. if ,. ,-......-......._. .'.b.,;:.,., .... _.. ._ __ j
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SttTn ilMWMtk of comforts.Palm. of BMCk.MtMnwt boys Leo 1 '. ;: ; Loans and discounts. ....... .. .,.:.::.................$422,070.60
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|Gal.U.am4 wimur,ttiimf rudm u4.of Oot&a> batklmf.VWidvhutitf i iO 'CoiJ:".'';'''"'?; ..." "' .\j( '<''' Overdrafts, secured... ....... I.... .............., ...:.. 18,747.78 ;

I lray. Florida _::. ."-.o1'". _;.-'<"""..9.f.": ,.,.. ; -. .ijJ'If'.oi' I U. S. Bonds,. and premium.: ..........,.,....... ........
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W. Graham, ant date Other stocks, and Bonds.,...... ': ..... ....I' .......... 71,000.00'J J

'Contractor, and Builder9atldfactlon / (. JfrVV.tWatsiJiWCI .n ; Banking House ..:..,..!.: .........'......flVfc- 'ifflllT.lli..,..... .".. I'

Gnaraateed. ""\ jQualified 'ears IDf Experience9lbDvnbJ : Due from banks. 'and U.'S. Tr asurer ,. .... ;:.;s 74,657.92 ;

!.at. M armra M Tocr work d.t lfMWUi ad Iexpert ; t arilto jn Wl I 1 o Cash in vault.,' .....-;......,.....",'.. .......... .=::..3'..;:..l'tf..;.:.;-,...'". :,';''S:".,758.83 'I I
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q..u c U ad aid jwu r.0.boa b7d. XlaaLl'la.I .. ,-' t.. t.I ".. 1:.t.:.:.}*.:-. -t.' f
Among the most opus to tie ti U1td in the approaching .., -, : -."..j .',., .'' '' :; $ ,,21:,235,13
Typewriter. : primary and election will 6e that of a Repress Jatire to the State Leg.: i-;;,' : J', '"" ' .
"" E. ji latnre;;._lt.i, :an pfScj'':that 'thoiild be occupied i by a man possessing ', ! Repairing ,", .' tore than the average:ability)..'of.a"'clerk; business man. or professional *'. -a- .
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; M.. C. PRESTON,. ."**- :'Sucni- man. should:.poMes*;}the4hlghesfej rlj>e.r D 1ity possible for Capital . . .. ..... v. .100000.00

9th St., P.... ,... .. He should be 'well versed in parliamentary
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A. Enmannftortda_ law:-'and. rulet.'and*hbnld be fWlj"acqnamtedn# a general manner with NationalDEPOSITS nan P3" J9 9' '.9t51t:J.-yJ- -b-n&I&OOO.OO
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conditions, .that will arizieand:: ,confront, him during his term of office, or . :: . . . ...... .. .. ..... .
1 Archit-J.f.I.,;::;to- ..";"a tlJe.timethat the Legislature is in session and above all he should bea : .666,468.46 1 : .
;, man clearly contcioo*>of, his- duties." who kill accept and treat the $725,235:13: :
W St Pa1m Beaoh
office as_a trust/not his;,but of the people. Be:should be a-man above I +
reproach; and one..lhat'w'ilf d :bi. duty:ase sees and believes it at'' j..Jf 'tsfrt / <.i c'
(Merritt. &;Koib ;,, any and all times. ", p I '- I I1 s
Real Estate Rentals;, etc. Honorable. J.V.. T7atson' bas-profitted w eJipenence-that great The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and new, - } i CsUtes AUiMfcd i, 4Atf. teacher-as representative f from Osceola cfeunty, and made a most Lfa vor consistent with sound bankingWith !ideas, and every accomodation in .keeping
s C, near lah'StliamLFla.;; ,creditable; record as a public servant and a Forida li\w aker. He has their balances and financial stand rag ... .,
-been successful in. bnsines: : and by which <<| must judge, as much as 1 I' .j- ...
tD! E. M.'llAWDENTIST: any! other qualification, his ability to serve tn#;people. t ...
R. A.resident of Dade counts but two !eant jS.tr. Watson has shown an Ai I
; *' -, ,t interest in its welfare and progress such a lew other men have. He V [j '
/: has proven himself a good citizen and in ejjsry manner is fitted to do Wm. M. Drown, President Geo. ''R. Gomph. Cashier
Finley Building- 'honor and justice to the trust he seeks. aif chosen the Metropolis .
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Artistic Work Thoroughly j feels certain ttat his dutywill. be well dODe.-f..&liami Metropolis. MarchI13th,190b.
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L 1 i : :" % Curing the session of I legislature of I. Hon Hudson Burr introduced in the.House.of- Representatives a bill_ fixIng railroad fares at "... .. :

fii:' 7IlI three cents per mile in this State. the bill was properly referred to the Committee on' Railroads and Telegraphs," where, after

t ). '" hearing evidence and careful considerati@< | .the committee reported the bill back to the house, "That it do not pass When the bill
; 1 ': came up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee.moved to indefinitely postpone the bill, as vas the custom for the Chairman -

f f: ,:,: ; ..', ./ of any committee to do when the committee's report was against! the passage of the bilL He stated among other things, that the
t railroad.Commission was at that very tim &jjconsidering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per mile. That the railroad Com-
; mission did not wish legislature to interfere, and further 'stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe pne thousand mile book which

r was then sold at 25.00 could be sold foal[ ,3o.oo, and further stated that the Committee had reason to believe: that if the rate was ,_
i:' .. fixed at three cents per mile by statute layman: effort would be made to repeal the law creating the railroad !commission, on the grounds, '
t that as the law had fixed the rate the cominission would have nothing to do. With this report from the ;House Committee, who ,had ;
L made the investigation, and other information before me, I took the position that the railroad commission :would fix the rate at three ii
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cents, when it would stand the test of thet :ourts, as the .Supreme Court had long since decided that"all i quasi corporations was entitled "
(c to reasonable? interest on their investment, and. not knowing what the investment, :receipts or expenses were, I preferred to leave it ,
k, with the people who did know and who haH, been elected for that purpose, so voted against the bill. ""henthe bill came up in the Senate >
:' a big majority the Senators eviaently thought as I did as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote of,!iS to 10. Senator Carson off

Osceola County who, I am sure<< had as mYth to do with creating the Railroad Commission as any other |{nan, and whose father-in-law, .
{, Hon. J. M. Bryan was a commissioner atfthat; time, voted against the bill and I am sure he did so because he thought it should be left
f to the commission and that be had reasonto believe the commission was then considering the question jln Senate Journil, page 999. "

: Senator Baker of the soth district (and a wore honorable man never lived) gives this explanation of this vote: i; .
t "Mr. President: My position on such questions as this is a matter of record and well known to all| I have helped to enact into
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. I leave
J ", the responsibility with the commission, aria shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill."" '

it, <; >* ... ,As further evidence that my position! was', the correct one. we find the rate was afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage
; !. books two"and, one half...cents. t'.m' ; I[! -
'r fi '.....* *I egret very much'to be forced intg a newspaper controversy but as some few political} agitators and curbstone politicians seem to "
1 1. have nothing to do but walk the streets and endeavor to array one class of'citizens; against another, and ale endeavoring to injure me in
r my race for Representative I have written the above but I promise not to pay any further attention to them.

t.. .. ,If any man wants to know m'y position. either in the pastor at present upon any public matter, I will gladly tell him but I ask.
them not to take the statement of my political l enemies. j!,

I shall leave the matter with the pc; pl.e. They know me, and they know my opponent so vote for your choice, and I will be satisfied.

r i I I. Respectfully, J. W. WATSON

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i# Thirty years ago at the ace1'of sew Mr. Dlmlck U county treasurer, ton ,"
1 1i : years Eugene H. Dlmlck. dame to fin the nnezplrel term of J. 1'. !*. ; ..
''I' mond, resigned. That same taU k-
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was elected to the same r 11fft tad
I and relatives, settled at'palm'j 1 Beach. was reflected in 1900. '
'I In 1881 his family removed to North Mr. Dimick was not spin a candidate
GEO. Carolina, wh re be attended the com for office until he waa.ladnced .>
A. WORLEY
< mon ichoolr new' their home and by a committee comopaed of the repres AJ
.. ?, where his father died compelling him ntatlvea of the labor nalou aad ;
Candidate For Representativ to give np further achoollnc in order ethers, to become m caadldate for ;
,, to so to work to aid hit mother in the county commlisloner from the Second
j' I support of himself and two jounjer Commissioners' District, at the tact ':
sisters "Democratic Primary la Dade county .
:., s His first work was driving teams on and was elected by a Catering majority.
the mountain roads between High ,
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lauds North Carolina and Wallahalla, For nearly listen months Mr. Dim ;'
MR. YYORLCY has never held public office. He hasf;;!ever aspired to South Carolina. A year later, his I Ick has served ai county commlsaloner -
political position of {nor though prominent in Democratic politicsever mother died, and with his sisters be how well he baa served and witr:
returned to Dade county, where he has /what Interest and fidelity to the trust
since he became a resident of Dade County ten
years ego, and there is since resided. j I'imposed is well .!known In his district
not a place from Stuart to Homestead, where his voice hai3 not been heard when the town of West Palm Beach I and throughout the county and need
:f! in advocacy of Democracy and Democratic principals., 'flftr. Worley is I was first Incorporated, ugen H. no encomiums here. .Suffice It to
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Dlmlck was elected on the first city ;say that if elected Clerk of the Circuit
lawyer of ability, with few equals ard no peers. As an OJJ rttt t; he stands preeminently council where he served with credit : Court the citizens of Dade will have
in the first rank of those of our fair State and as|| man of persis- to himself and to the community.. ;:In him an official who win not only .
tent and dogged tenacities he has no superior. He is affable and agreeable A little later he was a delegate to be competent and courteous but perform
the convention at West Palm. Beach the duties of the position with
at all times; possesses a personality that attracts and *\\js friends, and I r ").(h declared against the convention the fidelity and careful attention that
which alone would make him a power in Legislative- ;;: A better man I I t\fter.i. 'A nominations and In favor has been a characteristic his service .
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'- (' primaries.In In every position or trust he
than.Mr, Worley could net be found.-Miami, hallSI: ; 1S'S Governor Bloxham appointed bas ever held. !
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Is the Quality and It Is the quality and
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For The House the that mob
1 ;the Price that make Everything c price

our goods popular
Jr goods popular I



t ro: Furniture, Carpetl, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensils ;

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Young .men. go to the Auditorium }
: Of lc -Phone 35 11. M. KING 1 If 'PhoneCS Friday night anj attend the meeting "POP" :
Anyfs 1 of the Bachelors' Club. You will
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Embajmer' get Inside tips that will save you a 1Is 1 i
Undertaker and ,vast amount of suffering In the future -
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)jJA r I ItJ 1300 AVENUE D 'Ii- mony.if you are contemplating. matri woryle/rg awn fie :. 'J,

RESIDENCE 219 7th STRiElersonnl fi soft drink. Alt I ether woke)
bit fjifl all. waka r
For Rent Furnichel house: cool Pop they I
I six rooms and bath. 219 Tenth StBROMIER. 14J r

tJ apt to be one on which I
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mean vtEAL STATE. "Casdade"G1ngrA1e

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of the Anthony-Romfh Co., will beheld )
.1 A Mr. A. B!Wart, of Fort Remember BJac RIbon Vanilla Extract June 1. 1906. at the office of the I' STOP- SMOKING t j
LaUderdale'1 is absolutely pure and so highly 228 Twelfth
.1I is In town today visiting company street. Miami. THAT PIPE ,
I and looking after business affairs. I concentrated that you get perfect results Fla-. for the election of directors and 4
1WEDDINGGIFT by mint totly a small quantity.Bert such'other business as may come be- m1puive I and try one of our high gripe Meraa' .'
GROVES, COTTAGES ETC. MRS.I fore the meeting. W. are tM a IlNtlen t v
McALLISTER-BECK. Dill lear morrow night on W. James Rodgers of "Cascade" In jthte territory. Martinez Cigar which we pre aetK ,

J. I I a Business tripjabrth.: He will probably May 10, 190 Sec'y. There are a let of alBfler also Ing for only S cent Dent hy peer ,'
weeks. ) but tCascade. ....... wlek
'Mr. W. I. Peters one of Little Riv be gone several none I
J ." Be cigars, buy the beet such a*|we keeavtor
er's leading farmer., is in the city today There are many peopTe wao can ,lours yes Sri !
1 on business. I. ,MOSSIER meant far treatment)I reed human nature In the lines of the "Cascade" and as au.1 $ they test no store than I t what fev
I *.i hand. They tell to their own satisfaction -

i. Breeder want to list your Property I Husbands goo;: the Bachelors' Club J .what kind of a person carries Mall.. orders given 1I Wseal tenor- grade coot elsewhere.r Try "
I meeting Ftlday:Jnlght In the the band There are others who can I one of our 5 cent eigar* after dlimer :
tell a man by the war he holds his
Mrs. A: Anderson and children of rum and learn sJHow to be happy ,head. There are others who can teU I today and we .,.; peanhw jyw wfli

CJe'll< be ready for you when Homestead, left last night for Europe, though married.*! by the penmanship what kind of a AcmcBottUngWorksMIAMI. become a STEADY' CUSTOMER.
Ga.. where they will spend the summer person he Is, and in each case there II I
the day >comes' with the right visiting relatives. Judge James \-ft Sander, of the Municipal .much truth. FLORIDA t

f Goods at the RIGHT PRICES I Court, lift this morning for .DId'Ou ever stop to think that you ..r._ I ,'t ,
Six Iota with 250 feet riparian Delray on legar:bnslness. He will return -'can tell a firm by its advertising Sixth Street Wee of tm* I** Pntsry I I .- '., 1HAYED '
rlllhtWiltOn A Huddleston. tonight Study the ads In this paper and you 1
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j will be surprised how true to life they SEE MRS. McI&LLiSTER-BECK
Mr. George M. Robbins one'of TI- Bring your bane-to toe auditor are. This ii a better test of our theory ABOUT REAL ESTATE ,
tnsrille'a leading attorneys, left last ium Friday night to the meeting of than any thing else. Yon know
night for that place after spending a the Bachelor'. -f1ub and let the poor he merchants and yon can JnJge how Pin.e I

M AYNARD:&SON day or two here on legal bnsineta. fellow laugh at/the other hen-pecked far There wrong are we the are.firms who have been In I'Another Another-Car solid car load of key pineapples The Cigar Man

husbands. ill j I will out tonight
be sent by freight
p Picture frames made to or er. TheRacket l' business a long time and have a fair '
JEWELERS and OPTICIAN /VTBROSSIIft business I i by Chase *; Co, to their Jacksonville BISCAYNl''
Store. at a good profit. They are OPPOSITE HOTEL
will collect rent
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house from point they .
satisfied to let things take their course
Next. fectoffeo ., MIa: .J.f Fler-.** f Their aj tells that they can be found I'will be consigned tci the northern and I
Mr. George Zapf went to Palm
I up ilr. and Mrs Henry Belknap of Al- I i I western market
I Beach last night after spending a rewda1 at the same old place and their good The antler noose win be! opera fleethe
II here after leghany. who Spend their winters In are the same as usual so there is no summer at summer rata Atry
his business
I looking Miami aboard their steam yacht Magnolia I I Summer rate at the Knthertord '
the
use to change reading, hence their rooms and fine culatne.

1 Mrs.. E. C.( McAlllster-Beck interests. Augustine, and, have whcfjjleft(:;one to recently their northern for St. ad year stands after the year.same all the year, and Boarding House 2231 Ninth street. i 1 1 1J'or

; 1i' Six .Iota with 250 felt rlparl.1Irlllht& home from that!place: There are other firms who make 'II I REAL ESTATE.TERBECK. MRS. MeALLIS- Rent Small foraUaed hove : 1
Wilson A Huddlesten.
,* sensational runs of prices below thecost I oa Boulevard. Addres Box TO. j
Real Estate s j j
Special prlrite lessons In dancing price and when yon reaj It yon I
Mr. James F. Mead commercial Wednesday look at once for the book for yon know I
for ladles and jbildren only
Rentals Insurance agent of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Friday;aJternoon at 3 to 5, at It Is a bait because no man can sell :To Paren School will be '
Out
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beadquarters In Jacksonville the Dancing Hall.. goods below cost unless he makes It : Soon

J Is a visitor r in 3Si4-town today. k. ....,.- *-........I5J -, '...-. .- ...._..-.7Vrf sl up some"reJi other;1kaiflAmEwlthi way the';aatlbsent4nl j. ,- :TMC
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,Office BldF ': ei.Met "olr w'hisSS>Sd"h .
tfalcbaJ ''n@fewn't p a'daaer'Friday night eWe. want your money"That
from 8 to 12 in the Roth building.Mr. to the'meeUnr::of the Bachelors' dub was a fool thing to advertise and '
Suite No. 2., 320 '1-2.- 12th'St. Friday night ajid hear the heart-rend' the way Hv was,run showed the firm I; Miami Conservatory of Music
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Ing experiences)] of some other henpecked -
W D. Palmer, formerly of Mi was new la the advertising field. It
ami. but now bookkeeper for Strana-j, husband1_. was run until everybody was tired I "
han A: Co., at Fort Lauderdale came .'r and the papers did not want to printIt Will hold a tp'e!lal l Summer term May 1st to August tat, In Violin,
down today and is shaking hands with i Mr. J. C. Cb'ase, of Jacksonville any longer. Then that firm madea Piano. Kindergarten and PrlmaMusic.. Call or write for particular ', .
EDJOFFAftDairy friends. (head of the comjnlssoln firm of Chase change of front.and advertised that and term JA fine opportunity for the young folk. Pmtle '
; Co." with extensive office here they would fill any order made to the!
Ii catalougue house for S cents less than' Piano supplied're. REGISTER EARLY' ,
For sale-Mercantile business in In the cityfjj today greeting old .
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it could be delivered from C) FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH. Direct 225 Twelfth Street
good location: $503 In cash. Address. and acquaintances and Incl- : Clco. i .. JI
Everybody said it could not be done i
dentally looking!over business affairs.
P. O. Box 225: Miami Fla. .
I Mr. Chase Is a'fortner? resident of Ml-: but'.the firm made good their promiseand
Lunch ,ami and still Bairns it as his home that Is always the teat of value of
Misses Eleanor Screvens, Mildred
though located Yil Jacksonville the better advertising. Their ads have been of.
White and Laura Joyner-went to Lemon of tbe' ear. the kind that It takes Tel'1l1ttle effort
part
City this morning to spend a few for the mind of the observant Intelligent -
days with friends there. |5 reader and buyer to see that
Everything new including Husbands, bring- your mothersinlaw they are up to date and leading In BE ON GUARD _.
Two furnished cottages for rent to to the Auditorium Friday night their line.MIAMI. ""
building, making the November 1. J. H. Tatum ft: Co. to the meeting" the Bachelor's Club. HARDWARE COMPANY. Read and Hand to Some One Else J I IIt '.,
You've got toet square with her "We want your money:
cleanest and neatest din Miss Marie Hnddlestoa. daughter of some way so 'ijrlng her the Club will is a significant fact at each& election ,i
Mr. and Mrs. C. -L.. Huddleston left do the rest tbat the rallroaJs connive to '. i
(Ing'room, -in the, tlty. this morning for Klislmmee.where she G. M. VINCENT run into office men whom they be '
wllj spend her" vacation'with Mr. ana Mr. and :MrGeorge H. VanVleck lieve will be subservient to their In .. -J ,
Mrs. 'J.-- R. Graves. who are now Demising on the west and terests. j

,AN, IDEAL PLACE. coast aboard heir yacht Novia are Physician Surgeon The following editorial from the .,' .r..,.......-,.
rOR LADIES For Sale -Fine .furniture. Including expected to return here in a few Jays Female Diseases a Specialty "Florida Advocate," a fearless, independent -
handsome mahogany piano, refrigerator on their way BOrtb, Mr. Van Sleek paper published at Wauchnla. .
saloon "chiffonier.. Apply,221 Stktreet la'an asthmatt -;but finds great relief I I Res'dente 214. 14th St In DeSoto County, put the people OB '-1,1!s ,
Nor
Cooaected iih'a, e 9 %' O \ .t on- the watery&>nlequentlybe practically Office: room 4, 6, 8. Hatchett Bid?. I, guard In this campaign: 1' .
make\his home aboard his I -Col. T. J. Appleyard editor of the ..' '
The Sunday School parents and yacht spending bis winters Jn this vicinity Florida Index. Secretary of the Floe ..

Buttermilk'! day tat patrons.of. the Episcopal Church are and thfj'jummers around the ida Press Associatioa. Secretary of' ........... '. ",',
'5c a glass*. Light refreshments I l plcnlcing r at 'the'beach 'today', going northern cost "*' US.QUlTUKILLS the Florida State Senate Secretary- .
over'thii morning on the steamer : f4 Treasurer of the Lake City Board of
served. dueIng Lady Loa There were quite a num Knights of tortillas. Elk. Odd-fel .'. MOSQUITOES Trade has announced himself a candidate oj
aHl[hours. ber In the crowd Iota of lunch baskets lows, Red Men,'Masons and an lodges of 16..,,:.. F.. IOcuTt for Railroad Commissioner ; :'
and all prepared for a fine days sport should have delegates at the Auditor- Col. Appleyard Is a big Jolly_fellow; _./ ._ _
Avenue ium Friday night, to attend the meeting a fine fellow to be out with for a food
of D
3rd door east on 13th
'of the Bachelor's dub. Send Patent.Applied rot time, but be has been too closely
atreet. Front Building. MaiavVla.TimesUnion 'j
-- THE RACKET( STORE your working teams" there for pointers At all DruggistsMUS.QUIT .connected with the corporation interests
oa initiating., of Florida to make a food commissioner ;V" .
-U MF'G CO la short we believe he 1. 4 ,

''S Tilt PL4&Mosquilo. 1 ROMIER mean* mm li...$ TR" Jacksonville Fla. a corporation candidate and that the
I corporation will .furnish him the .
ir t1, boodle.. to make the campaJca- t u!
A* secretary of the Florida Press ,
;A sr6ocery Association Mr. Appleyard has dose ,'i.Jl ,::%t e
4 much for the Association and doubtless
Canopies
many editor In the State feel ., .
fgains under obligation to him. and we re- .'
P Daily d 1.75 vet that the Advocate CM not**p- .. ..' ''io
1.10 to v .' port him. His former eoaaectloaa ,,
with the Flagler Interest are enough j
to arouse one'a suspicions and the "
SundaySeven fact that he 1* now preparing aa address .
I Thursday, May 10th /" to be published throochovt the
State at so much per line farther ,
Issues Mosquito time Is here and you confirms this suspicion. Since Mr.Appleyard" 'r---'"

Butte,;, regular price 35c..30c enforced retirement ",
want a good FULL BAR. We ; ; from eKyT. tape ha been publish

California Peaches, 30 c. . 20c ing a paper at Lake City and we do I
sell the best cheaper. Also not believe he 1
any more personally ..

15 Week netting by the yard, 10 cents. Ibs.F'hole' | Grain.Rice.{ ... 25c. the able the to average go Into country such a editor campaign and .,,;, .

cts. a : generally country editors of Florida ,:
7 cakes Octagon Soap. . ., .25c are not millionaires. In his letter 'ft';
asking rate from the Advocate he '.
Launl ry Starch reg. 1 lOc. . .O5c I says check win accompany order and "
the question come to our mind: I* .f.

NEW Potatoes peck . . 40e Lake City a gold mine for country I
; editors, or Ii it more probable that '
1 the corporations are furnishing the
SMITHSBOOKSTORE _WE SELL EVERVTHINC. .
money f
''AND SELL IT CHEAPERW.H.Chaile&Son

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..tin* pumping engines rslTsnljidaJtblaek '
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ATTRACTIVE AK01COMFORTABH: told ,, .\\k-add-ajiumber of impor taut items to those already mentioned
As we can frrRllltyoilrlt*:tiaeful |
and ornamental article far'overy) ,
room Flo PBkr'jla; lBers| dtfr' ( ---
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and porch ),fMts rTflje. is epa, lie [ ,,5 t, > ; \ \ 'I \ \ J J I\ { '
s_1:1: saasw9fr '.faltM'e4. .... our dot V2 0 dozen ladies gauze vests taped ecCan3"Tsee"v Yarn Vide : Domestic
sanitary cooking* oar. Rocking- u, I '" '"' 'YSnbtch:: $1
!, rort ltyruherer"
ham ware, mixing bowls and napkins rlttff { L1 Gel I, customer ffr-
N.1.1.110. 'hJobnson vHl> d t 1 ; \ \ cents; now '4, ,for.-. '- -- :.'.. L
I I :J' 12 yards Lonsdale ForgetMef I
& TOl1pkilS know J j' ;,! : 2Q .dozen ,ladles'''gauze vests 5 Not Bleaching for- .y .f"A.U,43I. .

: j : worth 15c, -now-3 for .-._+_, C c'i trjrjjr/.
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I. SIC .r witch : ladies vests. '. Great Line of
12 dozen gauze
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d 'IO ( der worth 2oc; noW2 for...-................... C ShirtSjoacriftced
i, bass ; : > ; 1 i i J5 t ", We have a broken line of Clue and
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V arsetyn,5wre, Its :: : I a1'etfdozen"Ja.5ortedTumover In ,-Monarch shirts in attached and detached -
,,r yrT: ancdwe.is ttr ""I< .. '. < )) j : I v.hltei..blue'and pink, worth 9 cuffs. Also coat shirts which
1' I Ir blacks : .
". No.,"1017""'I> -Avenue" ., .... O,.,,.. .,... Miami.-, Fla.- Urn1 : t r : : 1 ,25 to ,,35c, n.bw two for,____.....___.. 5 G. u ,.-iiByrevyeoBertoclocein'r9O, -LoTs

"jfa10" *" a } : I / : t assorted of silk and .wash stocks I .-. Lot I 1. Cluet attached and detached cuffs ;
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reqi"r; ; ::; : ; and coat shirts, priced 1.50- On
) MeandrihVireForYou" I worth thirty-five to seventyI 1Cflveiqents \ :
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i. postal""* t.I ; j Twenty five dozen ladies fine llniene- :: 1.9t.2"1.Monarch attached'imd "detached1 -
f. mane _handkerchiefs, 3'tn""' cuffs, worth.J 25. now if
hemstitched put r
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i,: ELECTRICAL. CONTRACTOR. I. "Dhe.D"H<<: I!' : I Lawn and percale wrappers Keiths.Konqueror t. = .nM.I.:99t
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... .... ..... ; ... .. He ; / : Lawn Kimonas and sacques 45' For 'atjrj and fit few 'setrtcethi* ;line has adVa"
perior
t t.) "'" ;;ltir- G equals. JUST RECEIVED
] 1.:worth.., 75c,1.. ,'. now. ___"-:._....__;...:I;....., ,a new line ia i all the late and[popular styles
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i golly ; O- :l J-tl :2W. 11

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'.':J..fIJ.,; 'lH: r"'"' f &\ .''ji"r'ji"J: !' I I: : Sea. .Food Our Specialty,

I Ojrsters bj plate, gnart.pr g?ilonjMeaU I .
MetIic1ineI 4er( On Short Time '
Long
,ti : : or i sirred at all hours 410.12th Street. Miami Flondi.:

In,'nj jfdlclneVte carefulinrwhaLyou..buy" body } ; ? Easy PaymentsDade' I IIn'1'esti- -r- ate Before, :-

and "I Jer"am : g Investing
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.whereyoubuy'. It is und .. ,, ) Go. Security Co I IJ'J

not only Important that It'd 1 I i Wind PO (; ni 6 G

you get the best values I be Burkliart Ha' been adopted br the best people of the country as the
but also that you bale cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who have
vat.is \ them they could hare steam pI and hot air too if they" wantied
get goods that give you i K. AND GUNSMITH, jt. I handle the best mill made and"a1ake a apecialtfot thi.'
:, satisfactory results; we der, Expert Repairing business and' with mj pump mechanism that J have just been
; granted a patent on. I will guarantee ta"double the capacity!
; for 12th and 13th St. value and hfeof wind miU outfit.
have a reputation first fl I I"ell. C between any Anr. "iafnnremeatt will
'.'\ be prosecuted. '">":: *- '
furnishing. satisfactory talks : ....
: and Reliable; Goods. ) ..f1j $ Y'r, : ...'''Ill I I ,.iii" "

., should ring I.1 I \ C. H. PERRY Cocoanut ,Grovc, ,Flprjda,

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Tel. 3, Co 12;st. Ave,D maybe' ; ) | : .1
1[' yet.. I I ; t If yon are a sufferer,from any .Chronic. ; Disease VlcersTnmor.,,Cance -
Mama *'
s or any Blood Disease Catarrhal Diseases pf Head Throat
,.'.1 .. her lu I << i Lmngm, 6tomacherDowels.Drspepsia.Indigest] !on, Rectal
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are Ready to burnish,... le.hiseute
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and-4af-itodc remedy
.: otherwnmakes I of Specially prepared 1 for Special work

'.. ,. -*.. m **.";* Cha- J I : Ladies Maid Alias in rltte rlaiJe=89HiiTMetroitolis i -

;.... Bicycles* ui., ,rn all f'St4-Jn Ruildinjr.y rom 9 a. nu to|4 p. m.Sun exceptcdflfikffo
here .
Dual List, : I' I

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Last ; ;: drop to sad tale. a Tale Ghaset
I i I : f.ney

.F.. a at a1, \.in(tat?,' "('! I, i t the lace. : Doat tir- I t}

'., wore.; f l''kiM.1 ,..wilL BRO SUCCESSORS TO :
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'' tain ,Hpa4g4arl. toe smart Taflor qr CHASE _:&: BARNEY Inc. Fire 2c? r 09/9c:.
The bicycles"lztiother; ;?: -
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t the !( e1tt street. Blscaynt Bloat : '
goods are the.best:) stan deJ j jDearlr. ": ,
1 I .. .. VEGETABLE Accident and
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dard the market :
,goods on 4J4ijt4t*" i Rheumatism Mikes Life MlssrablA.iapuy I I
: :>> : home 1s the most PACKERS s
tern : nloabl*
.., Hartford and other.. 'Tires., 1n"the ':! : that 'U.wltliln the reaclLOf I f I l! Cash Dealers In .li9 ra10 ('JJ ii"
: Coaster Brakes": fitted to old days \ : If'7ouare'suffering from I
All work guaranteedBest I 1 Crate InsuifanceFIDELITV
::. wheels. : YOU throw aside buineas :
.. when-yoo-.nter your borne Ana I '
new wheels for rent 1 :
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is 1 j' I can be.relieved from those rh.u- i E !i Material
has rains also by applying Chamber-
231 12th Street Blue Front at BONDS -
for :, Pain Palm. One application will I: ,. .
bowels I :you r lIe.* and Its continued at 1 ,; Packing and Wmbons?, .
Carroll & Clark with ; a short time will bring about aI 1 OLDEST IK
risers .; cure. For sale by Bii- ; East End ILml Rier o ct. AGENCY MIAMI!
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Monthly' Financial Statement
County Board of Public I

Empire Dry Goods Store: !!1 f State-'"of Florida.Instruction! County of*"l i 3

It'' Miaml;! Fla.. April,1, : 1Ii oe : ;
I fti !To Hon;A. K. Dearborn, Clerk' I \
j Court: M 6
4J SIR -to compliance with. I .
I Beautiful line of I Chapter- "! 4332.|jUw. of Florida, ((1 i ;
I hereby Lie wkjb you the' I J
3s. Ladies' TrimmedJ Itemized financial statement; -t \I 1896' l : i' _
7 School -aion :rfe8 received,; ,I "W- ? '
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(ions nude'an($! warrants Usued {
.Ji /L'\\; ._ y" the mouth"ending: the. llst; I '

y*' g rtowearHats I of a Recapitulation b.'A.'D.:s/K9'/ or;"=County- "'- I ; .OO. Deposiover $200.O()() 1

"Balance= 'In Treasury a. per' f "FJt.l:? p. .,. .'. ,..'. .- '
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: { everydescription| J Jt :'"statement i... .../%'.$ ( : ; ; t 'I ......:...;. '": I -,
; rt : 1-Recelpta'fot-! month/..
t herefDl.J' $\ .. .:".x"
Cpmejii L'see- 3. Warr nta' utgandlsg thl.* 1 of .
;an< ."'" "" A ., ,$ ; t business,-Febary ;
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them..: ,: Total.";;;1'j...t'Z."H':. 'r''.;;;: ... 44, :: l e State Cornp W l1er I :
i&1WIcUug !
to WarranU ai per
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I'a:' i report'j.f.:ta' ;(1:."..... I ,

!, .A i the iat (shapes, >rI i.1OlTotal 3a;! l1eJpl&e.1.warrWt/ereln drawn....this... I8 i _._"-?.*_**- JTCT,- "?-' -. ;
.. Casbi 11 hfds of Treasnr r. : t "
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33ifcM "datE: .":' ."'-: .... .......- j <
J I ,,-;,, styles and sizes mmen's -

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hats both felt Total.Warrant,ji:iilaries of $ : . . . 159851.13
Sue HopknF>; chool 7. . -- 17.531.91 '
;t :I Uzile Kyle. School\'School 7.. . .t. ... .\ 3,1 15.25
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:, tf ahdcfstraw; *Also a Neela rdatWestgararsc MtLaoghllu 2.{ ) I,} ;f" ... !:. 1261.83
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) .4 I Annie Berrr; tchjdol 2.i > Cf"C.Jf
,; of 4 .A:H. Steph.at;,/ciool 11.... t 4\ :a;
:1" 1 i big ine genuine S. F. .Gammoni/icnool 11......
.1, Blanch Wood;school TI..... . .$ 2200.00 .
.. Gusgle Miller; school H..,.,,, ; .
hats .
x Paname- al Mr George 14' aa, Bc&0011t. ;' ; r 58,379.50 :,'
::1I.. 1 Bernice Stranat ,.achool 11.... 1 '! . I'I: 39,942 '
I Pnces.Ladieswhitelawn. Amy L Hap||.: boot' 11.r*r.. : ; . .11 . .1100.521.79 'J
$3.00 fiSwgam .. '
: { Lulu Angertne, idjiool 11..J.: .t; :.: 1
Grate'T. Ooold. sc 00111"1'.. tl A 282281.91 .{
<, W. WtHalllich *.15....:; ..
H. P." Bragg.Vicho >l 15......:.:. 1
> Hattie Carpenter, ichool 15....
suits at prices that Sara Bayue.||ch | I 15........ ..... . 27.300.00 i

.1 be Maude Barren, chool 15.......... -i ... . . 3500.00
duplicated .
cannot
Ruth R1cltar i school 15. .
Elizabeth AuJtoan,.school 15.. ,. . . . 140.00 :q
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iri Miami?! Grace PBeJp;!l ichool '.15?....A : '''' I 1'433.81 }
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J < FatryHatr "' school-II J./.4' ; ,... .4.".>.". 00 .
Also endless. *. T* < ; .:
; Lillian McGaher.sehod,1.a
an ., : 1 . ..'j... .
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% Jealee KJagsleyiaehool! 15. : ; i I -
4 vanstyofumbretajv. Allc Saaderi school"15..;..' : :. :; .,....or., .. .." ;.""'.... !.38 I".1},
Eunice McCuIlougVschool 15./ : '1 ;.! ,
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and parasol ... ; 15,732.68 ,
Kite' K07tert school /;
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f.--l f. r'.l & Aeta.F.: Mu ltt'acbool-3' :: t.,J!{ 1 l:. . J98.32ef86 '
foremen, Wadies; Jeut 'VlnseiSf school s;.<...; wi' t ., -!
Lahr*:BeMler school til...J:IOU'I; $$282.28".91 .ij
and clit dre't f'k s. Prs"WUllamaiR ehoolfci4....
t I' Florence Stephens, school 14.. '
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Myrtle Nelspn. school 14. t a bank shall keep 20 per cent.

L Oser. scUter-............. reserve banks. This bank IS
j. = .;::--' ', : The )largest:::and.; : Bertha MaHiiiin, chool'6.>.j.,. :: | m nthis 6ve"r-40 per cent/of
Lena Orreljachool 8
', :'. line of L.G.; Olmstifia i(school 9.';J.:; ; I [ No, bank 'Jn the state.njakei a .

.. cheapest. L. A. Freeman, school 12..... f ccndjtlcn. to'serve"_ Depositors ,
........ ."" -i be tJ MrrtarSboofl! school' Zt..'.:,, ; : : 1'1-
underwear Lulu Van e| choo icbool 16.. I .
B% nch' Bur$.haw; school 17. ; : t j ,- \ e .T '
found in y-st6fe Minnie Glazier school.18..... -
C. R. Roes JKhool 19... I I'I
Jessie Casoti;;] school % : ii
south of
{ e Jacksonville Lillian Farria. school 21.. ,
.1 Margaret TreinanV'school J2 : 11
v''l"'' + for both J ladies ;. Grace bwlef; Mrbool 22....'.:{.., : i
G. B. Stepheoa., school % .
Lizzie Turaey, school :24! Property Ovnis} .
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1 :: I 'h ...H : gentlemen J. W. Mlckglng.', school 1. col.. AND
.. M. E. Hick! j school 1. col....
Birdie Da vl3 school 1. col.... : td- SAVE I
Alon -lIcR school 1, cot.... Idon't want ONEY E
l headquarters fof 'all jkmds for I
hosiery
We are pf, Susie Graiig4chooljl. col.!.. n t'helpY If you come t,
.I Ladies Sbd rejtlemeft &r NeMSTOweirfJ achooV 2. c6l... i '. ,: #

f : lI .Ella on.I.J'acli:800 B. Stephens: .gcboolj school; J col, cols JA-M6Doa1d\ I! C. ..

Lotta H. Stephens school 3. col
Empire Dry Goods Store. F. A. Hamitjbn. school 5, col.. ,
Asa RlchardJ school 6. col....
327 Twelfth Street.. Miami Mamie Broo'lcs/school( 7. co : I your building material. Long Lear. ;
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Ella L. Wl e.Yschool 4, c l.. : '
1 ,, .. Ii OracMldsl I > .... :} j Pine and Cypress of all l nds. ; :

.. I r. A. Hamilton"-'* (j|or scnctil AD 5. cf.** I $ l Lime, Brick ((4 kinds). Cement, Sash Door

; A KNOCK OUT \.A. 7. C. cot!*j>pa>atu m.t.. and whatever else a builder requires -
t fc. H. StrbtWnCjanrtof..:..?:. ( i l lowest
argument against work of at
'I poor any: 3 possible figure. |r. ,
N. C. Plckei& janitor..........
; : kind la that you're paying for.
Mattel ........
\Vllson
janitor.
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something yon don't gel We don't we are l.1th.Street. Miami, Florida
B: G. .
;; .Ball.004.4..r' I
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-1( Theresa Pin>..transportation J. I ) : : '" \
pupil.. ..'. ;
PLUMBING THAT'S GOOD :
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Mrs: E. H@'OS. transportation .
: v 1fostl money and yon get value re-. of pupUs'l.., ........ Curry-'sySbns,
; i/.. ,r -'!If t n i;; 'celsed. ad um"lnll tt mores{1. F:1I.'? ..iR. .Wt'a11d'- JOn plumbingaad ge( what--c=yea: 'a1eQ.etoa met. *-pupil.1.hrRa.fftL'r.i y-cranspartat1t: .rj r.-o'f.. :j Kea.WQt. riOid) II'

J.. your money's worth and tare worry pupils...||.,. j. HEADQUARTERS FOR .
..00' ftf tabpo.tloq :: :
':"jU'I1> ; ..... ( !J I : I er ) ildtng
.... H. SCKUtM tow Z s..sunllN 1Ji",In"ldentl'l; _.___. j Cht! n '
W. M.Burdlne. Incldentlala.;: :
'" .... hAwaaa....... 0RITTY' Harry Richards,,lacldeatlals... Of All, Kinds.
< 4 \ 1'I. XT Walter- UchUfi iadd atiaU4iezpenJed ea x
; __r-J C. -4..J.I 4 4BROTHERS, """ u..t; >e.Rcd. tpcldEstjala\ ,.4 I ( cam id allw Machlna Shops,Ft

xTotat, for,school $ *. .A ,
Expenaef\ of Administration, u4
{ Boiler Steam Fitting can oe|dons tie
R. B. Ballfaaary of
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dent..l'ebruUJ'.C.-.,_. the beat. possible manner by expert skilled, a ech lc
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lvRl ilW' HerbervPeDabckJ .
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E. W. J. )?irrlab. lime .
W. M. Burdlne, lame i.
i' '' trtv..intvW '' W14' J'1' 'ii' C..H. Ranleraoa, commUsloa..., { Business-Directory .

I Aeents'-for-' "the New" *. i t ;Era",* Gas* Engines, VasoleneV ?,, ( '" J' I' .' r ';! t -r"I | I

and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTYGeneral e .
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The Out of(Town Buyer and thoee within the city WIll find In tM
w lilt below the add*...e of Miami Merchant under Ij
i Repair Work ? J elaaelfled heade for ready r.l.r.nc.j t: p

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506 SEVENTH STREET MJ.Aii;. ft", r v .,... u'i SHADY{ A CO. L t lCuta .J

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Freak Traits and vegetables Dealer ta Draf* Peat 11IIIo. ..tcia.

Uth Street Cor. Ate a Miami.. Ra.Orocera. .. Toilet Arttclea IIfatlaaasg' ':'
Brown ; HOT amue, D. I '> .
'- W. .J.- flan Hay Oral* s.l BbMRL
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Real btatai.: .
r K. LUMMUt Suite X 4. I aid S J.} ..
Sanitary 1 Dealer la II j Groceree Grain 1201.2 Twelfth street I- JI1aaI. Tla.

1iw Ha; and rertilliera.iS WILSON eV HUOOLEITON

rA 'ba ritlu 1 1 t 12tt Street Miami, r*. i Real Estate aa4 taavue, ,

ii 4 ; I4' Plumber .. IUD I 1.1 Twelfth street .' lI1aal.'wre '
1 THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.
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J. CAMPBELL
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I ''iGrala i j Ing. G inU' Fnnjl hlBt .
1019 Ave. D?:Miami
MANSION ON NOB HILL Cor. Are D and 4th St. Miami. 31&. 811 ATenne L i Miamilla.


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f The past week we did the I largest business in our history. The coming week we will excell the- .p pst .:
l ; if'prices will do it. We propose fit out the rest of the people in Dade County this week, whplcoijld 1.
i not leave their business last week; we havehacfca number to send us; wore to hold open this.sale l one. J'r :
. ; .- week longer so they could get town,to.fit themselves out. We have granted this request and offer it
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: : will continue to give 40 per cent off on all clothing which has been i in the house over 5 mon hs

:: -: '. 20 per cent off On clothing; which arrived in the house since January St20fpcr ;

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1 ,;'I.J)Ypulwould..be foolish togo: : elsewhere and y.from20to.50 per:cent more for goods than.we will sell'j'them to you for. Do not take,ourf word J
a' i "' for it but come and inspect. goods and for-yourself; 'Remember. that this is strictly'a CASH IMPOSITION TO ONE AND \LL.
:,.' ., price ,
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SECTION. IIIMIAML FLA. MAY' 10.:, 1906 '"
PAGES 9 to 12
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Representatives In Washington;I' -- .

OPENING OfRUSSIAN entirely decorated In white and adorned J
with frescoes from Potemttn'stime. .
Behind the President's seat \ "
and the Representative Is a '11' 'Ir. .
DOUMASESSION facing ) ... '\, If: -I _
large bow window loodnc'out) on a IL- I \ I l"\ ,.. 1 \',
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garden.representatives The seats haTe and been desks arranged of the ..... ", _. L>.... ... c ",, ... ,_.;I', ; ., 1.J:.', '-/\ '". I ,1'.'' ONy '_; "..,. ; :"-","'

.. around the ha11,-tler-on tier as in at1tatre "J -' ""t
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:: or FIRST PARUAMENT the members will address the House
:, "" is in the center and on each side of
ARY BODY IN HISTORY OF NATION FOR CLERK
t ? It are two seats for the secretaries .1-- .:. -
OPENED BY THE CZAR TO o* the Dogma
t The President's chair Is behind the ". r !
DAY, IN IMPERIAL SPLENDOR tribune, as also the places for,the I "
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sentatiTes. and tinder each is a venUi- '" I 0
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. .. Petersburg. May 10- "I"he'Ie. ;
which will thus do away with the j
(io* of the first parliamentary rr body banging of lids, to which turbulaat --- .
In the history of Russia was' opened parllame.t*rllt(mlIbt report to riTe ctork'a : : .

at the Tanride Palace by the Czar to-f expression to their displeasure.' No ,Have>yon, ever gone to, the office under its present
daferktt.wes Ole occsslon eIf..a road place ,baabeenmade, for Ink wells,*, .
display elf .l.mperlal4p1ea4or.u4.atne :which.are notlo:Jaepeimltted..an4 tke4' I management and requested a notation to be Fade on the marI .
will hare to make -!
ssjns time a demonitraUon of the representatives pendl
fact that the government Is'Jetermln-' note*.' 'The'object'of this Is,'prob. I : gin of a mortgage of a satisfaction which could bo done JIIW'ful1y ,
.. to abrogate completely power of ably to prevent the throwing...of Ink} ,
dictating to the people. wells by disgruntled members, one ot. I )
- Hany thousands of people from all the favorite methods of parliamentary I and been told you would hayettogoto some'Abstract' . -* -:.* l* j q
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Company and have it drawn then filed?
city to witness the scenes accompany-: Europe. I up, Have you ever requested .,
lag the opening of the first National :
Assembly or' Donma,' Troops and THE WEATHER SUMMARY f ;. Ii 4 the.clerk's, certificate regarding the correctness of.any "
. police were scattered an through the 1 -f. '
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city might: .particularly be going on around In.any the part Imperialce of the/' Damaging-Drought' t I : That comes of electing men to office to j serve your inter ,
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* and the TauridePalace.. The t ,The light; scattered ,showers that : : # ,'
5 streets between the two palaces were prevailed over aportlon of the central*: est who after getting the office make you serve him and who is : '. :

carefully guarded by a large force of j district Tuesday and the more general t .- ",
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troop and police to prevent any at.I ihowers that occurred over portionsof -' financially interested in abstract companies! If you should : "

. tempt upon the life of the Czar on his the northern and western districts: I ;.
way to and from the Parliament build I|'I Saturday .and Sunday gave some re-j.Ue j. li' elect me to the ,office of Clerk I promise'yoju ,that I will ALWAYS
ing. ;,Outside of the cordon of troops I ',from the drought ,that has .pre-{ I 0
thousand' of people crowded the j I railed since the latter'part of March. I have in mind that I should be YOUR SERVANT and :.
,
last of the week cloudy :
streets eager to catch a gUmse of the }The day was

f Cur At an and early his*,hour brilliant this suite.morning; her,j 5 land I the for general showers conditions through out were all favorable por-. put there by YOU to attend YOUR business]! I am ngt seek={ '

'. aids; gorgeously,attired roJe through, dons of the State. ti ; J
the streets on richly caparisoned horses -I r 1j]\ The dry weather and Its usual attendant : ing the office which CREATED by the I present CHIEF; _

and proclaimed,the opening of the -high day temperatures '
National Assembly and at the same were unfavorable. Many low places DEPUTY' but the office, that was created'by the PEOPLE ;
Ume.''onnnaBded peace and.order ft,,ln the woods, where water Is usually g .
was high noon when the' Czar, S1ll'-,,'abundant.'are now dry. This condition I i long before that "Voluble Citizen" came to this county. '
rounded by the members of the Cabinet emphasizes the proJlOoced.char- "
the'omea1s of the court, aDd a;'actor of the droughtThe highlands 5
brilliant suite of officers and of the !are very dry and the low lands need j : Vote for X JAS.lF. JAUD N :

" army J.e4trom. the Imperial Pal ,copious rains: I prevailing'winds .". .. ,. .' .
ace to the Tanride Palace where the during the week were from the south >'.-' '.' ( f
'members-of ;the..National.: assembly west a direction that gives high temperatures ',;j ,,'.., .>" I :': .
who had.been1 recently elected were over ,this' State'at time J: t -
already assembled, awaiting the arrival when the usual afternoon showers do !1*! 'I
> of the Emepror, Count WUU wss not occur. There was a high percentage .
absent and his place near the Emperor? of sunshine,"except' during the \\1 J t
arts taken by the-premier, Goremrtla,1 last few days of the week, when clOUd' I '
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- hose appearance was the signal of1IostD'demoutnUonsID Iness-ittcreased about noon Becoming *
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the crowd, general during.the greater portion of 0 : + .t. ih .; if/ r :; 4 I
which; however, were quickly* suppressed .the afternoon, &.4 '. f j*. V,':. ] ,I .
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by.the temperature was-highest over l'
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When the. gorgeous procession the interior portions of the, northernand .., & "'" rf... -.;
reached the portal of,the Tsnrlde Pal. central districts,'where some max L' > W.
, toe the military escort' formed In imum temperatures ,were'97 degrees.' I f
double lines,. between:-which the Car; The>week.averaged .about4,degrees5 J. B. Hawkih.! B. L Laeceter. J.. E. Lummue i f amummmmmmmmmmami i mmm
and the members of his suite entered.. dally. warmer than the normal, ..s :; '
At the poratt the Emperor was recelTj j Down Per i The Miami" I I.J
'ed by delegation of'the Dogma and cut 75 Cent. Grocery Co. Real
escorted to the grand hall where the ; Mr. J. E. Lnmmns stated this mom-, >> Estate Bargains
National Assembly was awaiting:the lag that:,tiequantity"of:' supplies. ) i::
arrival of the Cur. .' the different camps of the F.E..C. Extension ; Staple and Fancy Groceries
The actual opening ceremony 'Wu' 'WOrn..bad been cut down seventy FRUITSand VEGETABLESp
brief. The Czar delivered a short -five per cent..eause4s by the rape:
address In which he announced amnesty ; Id exodus of the laborers.: Last.night'another ; 4 ; stock fpf p\' is and think i1fet. ..
groceries
supply
complete we we can '
for.political prisoners and the abolition solid car'of.the.laborers left!i about everything required in toe bakinjr line..Our aim ia to keep ,We ,ft* drake properties lie Mt-,10, digs'
0: martial.,law. .After a brief.here for.New York,'and,quite a number ,! 'only the t.cl&lalf'groceries and oar prices on them will be 1 .a foOowas \
iference td the sentiments which had Cf candidates'. work en the tie
i I found to rifht Goods delivered prompt to any part of the I
prompted him 'to cITe to his, people: city streets were at:the depot:to sec Ou(fruit I loU Oil paved In -
city. and,vegetable 'alwa1aJreah., Gin ns a callTelephofte Jt 150j street .One part of city eaeh.J.M7LM
.a national assembly and after baring i them ,off and make..appointments,fort! % t.
:
pointed out the .dutfeg, of the first their me t1IIC""PIa..la-1.New=York.r { \ c' 1 .1,.lot en 10th street, : Ave. C, a big bargain at'..-..... .bteoos
parliamentary .body:ot..the empire h. ',! 20 '335TwelUh Street Miami!, Florida_ Iota on Fifth street, .
declared the session CONTR/tCTgRi I :. '
formally opened. NQ ICK'TO'
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House the teia
aneTTotjen Thlrrf street. Some, plseei I sity s, $1100
There was great cheering which lasted i -v, -:
" until the Cvr had,withdrawn and re-I I Sealed' proposals win be "U Ons-hslf lot en Twelfth Street for ........... ..... .......$.. 2900

;turned the Imperial Palace.- bribe undersigned 'until 'twelve!! Elegant heme.* on tth ,street......:.:.:.. ...... ... .... ... t t S40C9V
, Th.aopealnLjeaal0n.otlh..Doemau o'c1 ,
: ckaooa.n..Tpftilsy.uMPT; -
. quite short. President Petmn- 29. 1906.' for. the erection. and completion .' 1 .':LT
.,. ch dellrered, address and sub of a two story and basement Armstrong's Riverside' iota) are selling rapidly' but 'we. have a few choice tees
witted a number ox communications "Concrete ;Block' "Building." .. knownas Meat Market left at the renewing. prices:
from the Imperial jBorernaeaV Including the true; Palm' Beach High add I sCorner
,; a plan planforthreorganlzataa Graded 'Bckoolnndingbat West I j
. the finances of the country. Soon Palm BeacX, Florida la accordance IS Tt1EPLACE : lets ,n Twelfth .. ..11290!

after that the first meeting want adjourned. with plans and drawings prepared Inside lots en Twelfth Street... .... .... .... .... ...1.Sta.ot
'. \j : t f byiBroce Everett ft Hays, architects, :\VSy ecoimouti'prices forfreshmeats I. I
4.The Tanride Palace..Vhere>at1ebf TOe-TM"Eagtlsh-American Building *"""ta4y pay chOIcest cute of Western and Florida when MEATS yon Inside lots en other streets....... ...... ...... ......'"\ k ".I7W

, for the, present the sessions of the Atlanta, Oa. '_ f '- or" mnch' lesa ;money at Armstrong's tea Market. s Corner lots oat: ether hreete...'.f." .:,,. .....m "i.-.t10a0
Down win be held. bunt In check ; .
was 17SX. A certified for One ThousandDollars "' -
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,, ;'and was presented by' the Eiiipieos (11.000) oust aeaompany each Phone: .161. ,. ;1 I XV J ;% ,\., i"t; i
Cor A
Catherine U: to Print Potemttn. :bid at a guarantee Out tae contractor Ct -, -' -Avenue- D aal.,11th"Sthat, Remember:-that.hats!, .aewsr, hal'", paving s ed.street raltwey wnt
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i. "aero'of the ,Taurus,".,after, the coajvest wm' -- to-contract"for the erecOoa ) i,,,!: 'r" .. '- ., t'' ... ** .t' all be.there ta 'the M.*'sixty i.,:.. "I IJ. .'
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( of Crimea 4 When tbe Prince of sald-bupoing& T '---. _
. died In J7M It became crown propertyand Copies of, plans and sp.cldeatlwa : "-""! "
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has since been used as aa exttbfr ''caa-.lle\obtallle4 from the nndersign- -- '.' -
, .ton buIldlD(. It....completely r* 'w."or the"architects.. and a deposit ? "
erred for the purpose of making it 1 of"tlO.win be required, to Insure ftV: 6ttiigs Pharmacy) '
table as Parliament bull Jlng.. The prompt and,safe;return,of the plans j' g.1atlimT& colt
-,whale central portion of,,the palace and specifications., | i >
., :wffl be occupied for the purpose of the The usual.rights reserved. .* 1" l1rcoa.oa.'I'ZD .y 1. -
Rational Assembly., I ,H., C. Hood : "
n.. bail In which the members Chairman Board of School Trustees.West. AlDrug! Store") for.Ttiet: { People L
fibeet?la about as large u the House w. .Palm.Beaclu.MaMM.. I ,
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,-: That's ourynotto, and it has been the means of adding hUD f

i#: dreds: of new customers our list. We sell only the pur '

M ..J.! Yarborough, est drugs. | All prescriptions are filled by registered pharmacists. Lofjton & EinigMachine

We also carry'e finest sodas and ice cream in the city .

Contractorand Builder ,
:.:- 2 Doors. 'North of PostofficeW. Shop
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Bahder of the Palm Beach Hotel .
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I 'E., Youngs, Pres Across' The River.

House MO'lmg.a .
Specialty ,,
\Vill repair your engine on short notice.

' 'f\ Miami Florida" ; Southern Marble: &, Stone Co.' Expert I! Gas Engine Men. We carry \

-.m 4 s. HOGAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE.
'coils
dynamos batteries
plugs wire
.'Headquarter .,

__, i 'E. A. Robinson, .' Building' Stone,"; Marble,.,etc.MOSAIC ., screws, {switches -, }t '

: AND TILE WORK r

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Electricianr ,,
Contracting "
FOR FLOORS: BATH '"ROOMS. MANTELS. ETC. Lofton &
Eiriig
1019: Ave. D Miami: .Florida: 'h Monuments' General Cemeterg w.t.etc. "

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Souvenir Post Cards_ 4b\RGESTlLlNE( i ; OF ;fSpUVENIRfSPOONSl: ,, Watches and Jewelry

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, f WELLS & .G VES,9\ :,9 : > :j
f I a j jAre ,
Jownlopics ai 1 #-f. [
t F'und'\ J i i prepared toexecute ? If f-.a-' > 'd
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1 ifr 1 I orders in their '

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., I"Re"y.t-- ,Blackman. went up to Mr. A. T. Pearce, representing s. J.II I I' Millinery Departmentre

"i) fl iflj, \ Fort Pierce this}moraine'' where ht Sll h t Co.. commission merchants 011 i iin .)1
hat
the 'atest S
ignen'of .f style
It should be the chief aim of bank manager to make their respective ;, will speftd'a few*dan'.on business. Jacksonville arrived In town ar )
silk: dark straw and /
fr itua :w !lightweight
institutions strong and to .keep them free III + "" morning and will spend the day hereon "
Ii materials _
vailable and undesirable assets. Not only should the capitalbe aroMlftl want t* tat' yew property business,for the firm. S: J ] ..
keptnnimpared.'but a surplus fund should be created from. -_
1 the earnings that will be a protection to the capital and to ae-- Wanud"t'-Clean cotton rags at Wante0Ceaa'cottoa" "" rap at this 'Ladies Tailoring Department .'
I ptsttors.tn' the m1ngt'nies. '"that.oonet"1)r1ater'oTertakeaUbanking office. & a1t.. g .,
if that look ,
institution. There are few items any .
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better upon a balance sheet of a bank than a large surplus, and Mr. in d Mrs. Benjamin.Jones let Cocoannt sprouts for sale at Mall For street carriage and evening co_ta>nes.waJ .
: none so well calculated to secure tor it public confidence; it i.theretore. tats morning for OJus. where they wI11'be i Boat Dock.: g .tvt ilor gowns'and coat
j on accounts the best 1icr 10 accummulate such a the guests of Mrs. Jones' parents. 1 SMr. I 'I' f 'II .
;? fund as rapidly as possible; even if dividends to stockholders, ;, -n -- and Mrs. E. A. Moseley and ,232_ Twelfth Street Miami },:
: have to be kept jdowu to a 1'wrate for a time.The wisdom of;' ..RO..I.RKAL:KZTATETrpa.rrtUng daughter Margaret left last night for .
.
r this is seen in the provision of the Na ional Bank act for the ac-, l1i their summer home In Grand Rapid:I (
commutation of and maintaining a surplus of at,"least 20 per ct.:,-. U Mr.Moseley Is one of Miami's strongest
i of the capital of bank.-Pratfs Digest,Nat.Banking Laws'(to at'theJMetropoTIs advocates and has one of the most,! .. .. .. d u.,'. 4
i the office... .at reasonable,.rates.Mr. .. ,
In the
.. '" picturesque residences city. sill| -.-.- <- '- .
uated on 11th street, opposite Halcyon' ..:
first National 'Bank >different. !ItC J..'Harper points'left the'this coast morningfor and Halt The family arrived here In theearly' !

:I The will. bE- gone several' up days.'ft .' return part again of last about fall the and same Intend time t Io .Special Valjiesnvr ] !

1 't. ': .J.Jj :' I' this year. Miss Margaret is very popular ;
t OP" MIAMI Anything- want done, sidewalks,
I you In society circles here and wU|
: sewenflandscape: ,gardening* roads be greatly missed by her .
; : companions. -
j in three :years of its existence'has acctiuitiaulateda surplus fund bunt Band's cleaned. See Fred Rutter, i i'fFQr this week, at' The
i oi SEVEX THOUAXD DOLLARS and undivided profits over six THOO- .
David Brown Candled Popcorn. JJ
SAND DOLLARS which make'a"total'of THIRTEEN>THOOSAKD i iI Mb1BROSIER 1Miami'

DOLLARS or twenty-six,, .pe-r cent. of the capital of .the.Bank.' |.. muss taws Investments :
.-" ROSIER wilt collect your rente J i
i\ s --- '! ; H' $ 13, Clothing Co's [ Store
Mr. %mll .A. Ehman, the efficient
'. Umbrellas repaired and recovered!I "" ,
:; architect of W'lt'Palm Beach It la '
., Leave at Rackets Store. y-
; town today on business. I ,
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J t Ui'-i > J : Recruits Leave Tonfght if I A:larjjf> sortment ot men's linen coats and i

; ;. 110 REWARD' The steamer Martinique Capt.. D* vest, worth $250 at. . . . .. ...- >;,.;ti:1. 41 .00
Pearl handle Smith Jt-Wes- .
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: son Mtolrer; 32 cat, S 1-2 Inch barreL ion which arrived In port'yesterday Fine blue! odd coats, .worth'four dollars F
R : : serge
; J i.' .. ,. f reward.;.:,. .a 4 MVi, :"-<<..'''' !f3' .00. _

the passengers going to Key West will Tan and mixture w.ol'craab. suits; single t
grey
f ."..j' J \ '. ,rr.trfiIOntfOrt/( of Dade'conn* be Lieut. Ely and thirty-seven recruitsfor and double brented. models, worth $10at... ,. i j$7.QOJ5.0O:
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the United States Army post at 4 jt
'j', ly's, jjrptperons farmers, Beach' leff this he J that.'place, and w..o made a mlsco A few odd summer "snits, to close.them but E "
'I" ... :::: .' will mornUigfor'Palm spend a few days talking where politics., !neetlon with thelast! boat from here at.. 1 ... ..* :
I I. .. ., ,- b,. arriving Sunday morning Instead .
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it 4v 'I .r- ,
f and dark flannel snit worth$12
I. '::! of Saturday.' Since arrival here tilt Light. trey
4" M a. ,". Com: to the meeting of the Bach',I men have been camped on terminal to9400 at.,..\.1. ..- ... . ".'" .....-.. '.... ..."f': .',$10 '
: :
It ;',F' .' ') i elors''Cinb Ja,the Auditorium'Friday reach
". ; |dock: and are very anxious to r
Fine black suits w.ll tailored. The kind that:
Ii i : chtgi Don't wear any tight clothes, t their new home. ; ads; good it4_ylneat.. ... ;:... $12.t
3 allfioit.. them. with'laughter., I 1 wont} .f_ ,; : :J. -, : .
r Carries as many passengers ; climbs more hills;goes j just as r..a t1j Bring your wife to the meeting ot Fine weave blue serge suits Venetian lined,,
fast; uses less;;gasoline and tire; is safer atd more easily HOB;. George 0. Carrie Is In town the Bachelor's Club In the Auditorinm of the very latest cut, worth f 15 00 at. ....... .t l ."C.13. "
controlled; just as luxurious and 'comfortable and,costs agalnljoday to commence the "cam Friday .night and thereater ron will .r.
'II less for repairs;; than many cars that sell for double or treble -' palgn)of his life." He II one of the never be a hen-pecked husband. A tarJe'aaaortment of men's aui'" in dark and 'et8 I
# its price. :: Send for the REO book that tells why candidates for the orate of count)"' .- ''t light worsted and assimeres.$10to$1250..4/ 50 :

"1 ... --.... .. ... .. OJ'" .. ......-. ...'.. ..- ..... the rei county raad_ from will nO..uallithe'Uth.._circulate.,through. "Will..Kr.Bryant.Grew Celery' sister of CapW... B.I, :i J t 6CIoIhIng't-

t" -. Spiers of this city and Deputy Doug
.,.... lass Spiers of Cocoanut' Grove, who
.r wants to Ml ymir repertJ'Yrrc.'w.
t Miami Automobile: C o. has been visiting here the past six :
letthis weeks staying at the Southern Hotel,
Gardner morning left yesterday for the northern part iami CO1306'Avenue
13th Street near PoStof. lce for Jacksonville where he .will of the .State..Jits. Bryant has a floor
.. ". .' "':' remalfl 'ontfl the 15th,"when>'be'wfl ,
*> : ;ior''
farm at'Lltt1 River and ins
.. ,. .. .. tefcthe: ..Ishlng -
-- go : Continental Hotel Atlantic tends to make a specialty growing D Miami : Florida'

,- ._-,- .. ---. ",,f Beasl] to- assume the,duties of book: celery lathe upper part'of the penins / ,'
ula. She Is an enthusiastic admirerof
keep .
Dade county and will return la the 'I. ,t __
; Active man wanted In each county fall after spending the -
early,
summer
,Great' Reductio l ::1 to eihlblt, demonstrate;and advertise at her former home on.)Long Island. T' ;THE-DOCTOR'S 1 ADVICE
.. stapU, line: salary 113 weekly fS j < t
I : ft':.! 1. '1t 1- ': : per day for expenses.- ,No capital re
::. .. .- gulr d. Honesty' and sobriety 'more Revival servias'at the First M. 's to"'tate a 'dries every day certainly

In Gents,Summer Clothing" and Shoes essejhjtlal than experience. .National ...FCharchtonlght t calls Jour\:attention to roar vthlcle.
4 Company, 720 Chestnut;.street Phil' "- t You cant 'affor to take any risk
For Sale- Two fine mach at 1 I
cows
adelphia.
.GOINGAT GOT with. a nick:',mace or woman Well
and: Ladies Skirts ; a'bargain. Address Box 144. West j!
TO' SHIPPERS Palm Beach. Fla I! S T do for roar' carrlage'it It needs re. ,:
ink the 'publicfor liberal shipments ., J I pairs what'the. foctor-and the. drift"J
P .to several of my houses, On the sick: convevano a. well and strong .
City Loan Office:,: Qpp< O, account of lateness In getting to work Le ali. one. .J
I I calf: give but'little Information on .f
I
market this'season as'I am very busy !, .. J1 "i r

.. I loading cars. Last reports local mar- Wonderut.Heater! { 4 J.I DANN
-- '- keti-were.'2.'ZS.to.IJ-end Cincinnati ._ '
., .. CUREStatllimatioai 421 Eleventh $treet Miami Ptsr .,
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andgBaltlmora '%.S04for.choice and .1.1I
13.W.for.fancy..,,Indications are-that :: r *
., -' : x prices'will hold for eight Or"ten'days I :Cat rntses Pnin; >L -
yet;W: I, will'be with you early next Chapped Skin., Rougf ness. Black I -
; ; seues. .w ],L. .!: |M: .t ,*. ,- t\ft head, Pimples and Eczema. .Kee *I
TOen' lUppIng. tour,vegstablea'do'\ Complexlom soft}smogth'andfresh I :
DOt?IGrKttJ lilT houses: T. B." Brans; (> l.Upri! (2YJ ir' \ I Miami Transfer

; t Baltimore; Seesel It Ashner, femphls: s
".'X ''
'. Well, Brockman: Co, Cincinnati; Bell
..T"'r..' :.: : ,'.,' Bros, Atlanta; F. A.,Denlsoa '&'Co.. Soldfbj;Bi cayne Drug Company

.WI".... ., ... :,..:'., "',;.: ._' -;: Washington;' BelL,* I Miles,: Binning- h'p. JlODP
f. ,' : I i
ham Ala. Crevo ft Rich- y
Crenshaw .f'
j.! > .. ... ... ..1'.., '11': _' .. ';;'; moid. Vav; ".' H.D. ALU3CN.V ', ,M.:DYKES I
1 (21912th street, Phone No.':157 and.,1121 A-enfe: D, Phone 110 I

I 1" XPERT'PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT A. 'J33f. Tenth Street: ,, '.' Garage and Stabl: llth streett,;near; Ave. E, Phone No. 100 '
,r 'tsar: tU *iJACK8ONVILLE -$ "
-'aANY M
."U.INI.i>i f.
f .t'ESTREEtRLNCS'.: ?..'....."w.-j: : uki.Wtpela Brill i.Ordin0Rst Horses, Carriages and ,
IFRIO' E. RANKN.- '
SOX 672-" ,' PLA. stIOEING"A'rso d.ftj I 1 1. t

Xi '- .. '" Automobiles\\
Anw
'f'i t I -. .-- "" ..... -, ...... "., .JI'" \wi l\t\ hereby the hoar;:da,; ''week or' month. 'Automobile storage '
I I repairs and supplies.' Agents for t'ne famsns FORD an :
toraobiies. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities '
j50'and'- DallaShand1G for moving heavy freight.' Omnibus meets every train. Baggage -
rfiO.lt transferred. ;ALL orders receive PROMPT Attention.
{ mpany .., f ,: : r

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i 3 .,$ o91 : Fall F1RSt.- ...
3;<

,. .... ... .. i dta'.. J .. ;", Has outs Lists ., ; j'I CLASS ..:..C Horse' SHofeing

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SED HOOFS SEE '
... 'f < ) ,lft"l.'IiDIS : 'Y
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t"1l.. ( a N 1"1'T r.s '" '
; ,.. "-; 1 It L1 F.: LaPouYlsee 708 7th.si.

Gi have QOdels of soft sou.e #cuiurly attractive cites fur .
Besides-this/patent nl1e we. jj.'t"' t (, part; I I. :--
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lack kid: and gum*metal, in 't' ritt?of shapes and designs. "- .both-residence-and.,business..pur- .- .
rhey.are here. .in shapes. and,leathers, at $lf..o.and$3:00.r. : ?". I Cof
Insurance
.. It no (>R. ,Ail investment jniMiami real. : !Dade Title:
r 1.1.I I 'f:' ,'H L.I,'} ; :' l f fH ,< f ;< :

". estate..!lshsafe; sure of quick returnsj I j ,. '}land. Trust_ Company <
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f ,. ,* ,
Up Capital 575OOO. Surplus, $12.OOOInsures .

t JO"N"B.'REILLV, ', ,. J. C. INGRAHAM.; 'land titles prepares abstracts titles,loans and
; J -- I invests money on its own account and for ojthers. Acts as
vi PreSlde
+ 1 Agent' Fort .Dalrs Land > e- Fort Dallas agent, attorneyin-fact;, trustee, assignee executor,',re-
N ceiver, or guardian. Addre all .communications. to
Company Mtantf'': Florida: ; Land! Co.;' St. Augustine. i
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''where lie wllT'do ,o"me" tcork Ist she 1CP1l1de:)Iart:1o square 21;'$100.,f .
; !' ::I,harbors On the completion'tbeworkjthe Cnas. \\'. Curry find wife to Jos. TVAlbury. IOFFIGIALMGOUN1r 1I :
-.. Bach c wlli- aa for Bltl; part- lot Ipsqnare: 45, SJTO.; k;I : ]f FForida East:TCoasfRailways

more. ; Tropical Bulldl&l and Investment; I DEMOCRATIi; CALL
ti.NEWS\ AND: NOTES f '" The tug Massasoit' thc+ collier Co. to J. Markofltz and Fannie Rip '
AbarenSo.! have gonf to Tonojas. The pa. lots 16.17. :20! |d to36 inclusive of : Local 11iine' Card No. 65 Iln Effect April 16; 'UK.SOLTBBOUJCDBEAD .
Abarendo will take a cargo of coal to square 3 tract 6; also lots 1. 2,-3. 45, I .
Guantanamo Cuba. 6. 7 and 8 of traCt,.; 13. $12 500. A meeting of the, Dade Comity Democratic : DOWN KORTBOOUND-8EAO. OT. ..
Mr. Lelborit. of the firm of Lelborlt \': Executive Committee was hell :
night for the north Fla !: ... ..... ..: ;
left Saturday on PI PHI FRATERNITY at Miami on the 14th Jar of II i ITAtIO ....
,
ESTATE Oaa eiaT
OF DIll
A NUMBER .REAL
will visit the
a business trip. He &* March. 1906, pursuant :o adjournment _
principal cities in the Interest of his Lv :._ 7lsp. 1 USe
MARKET IS &! .OOpa a In.m J.ck.onrnle Ar
DEALS RECORDED 1 The can
following for a primary i .
firm and will select a fine stock for,r Opened Twenty-Eighth I Annual Session j / pm sAam southJukro yW. Lv ri7paliar. '
| T f pm 10.xm -; t. A.lutm. C i3pO 4s.a
ACTIVE AT PRESENT OTHER the fall and winter trade. He will at Scmiectady Today election was adopted towlt: I 7 61m it uam .. R..unp. 5 sIpm / 49a.
return In a mouth time. i Notice U hereby given toat there i j l Oe m tl as.m .._.Ea.;P.l.tt._ I a 110.

NEWS" NOTES, Owing to the large passenger,travel Jjy. will be a Democratic_ Primary Eec-j i -i a/'m a Ion v L ia.- _.. A, { s m / w. '
from Galveston to New York the Mai-' Schenectady May 10- The }' .
held Lathe several dUtrlcu Spa r .leo v
tion elections !- -+
lory line will put on an extra steamer Pi Phi Fraterultt? opened Its twenty ., { team LvJ._...._ ...eaa )laa4o .... ......_.Ar sti 9O'pa
of Dade-.county i Florida. 01aI| 1112pa .. .... uns s,14pa
each week which wll enable passengers eighth annual convention under the I .L.
...... ..
May 15th. 1M6 and If 114Opa } .Dupoa'- y4apaa4e. "
of Beta C&apter.at the Edison necessary on '
from this city to obtain accommodations. auspices /
Metropolis Bureau This new schedule will be. Hotel this morning. The attendance Jane 12. "1906. 'for the nomination of se 1uarp: Mrtona ., .6ep: .4 44sa.
Key West April S. Is up atpa ;------ Ponof.On..r. 1.a4r. a
of great benefit to the cigar'jnannfactnrers was Urge. The Jbpenlng lenlon'wa.. all Democratic. .candidates, Suite and i o C !
The steamer Mascotte sailed or Newport as it will enable them to make devoted to preliminary routine' bust Comity 1U.
to be, voted for by the Democratic
News last Friday morning where U rks 4 Npa ., Oa Clty 12 C p. a Sops
This afternoon the
delegates
two shipments of cigars a weekThe ness. electors at the general ,sea 115 V 5 ..._ ..* OnseaCuJOaettoa---! 1 '
abe for repairs. The steamer
goes following real estate transfers will be entertained by-a tallyho ride r
Itlaml win make the ruD'' between In tlon; to'Mrheld'November I 6th 1MM. It + Oat $al.au
shows' a slight activity In real estate to points of Interest the vicinity. I Wpm 4Opa BW.-.L. Np
._ ...... _...
_
al 1 Ar .Ttrnntn.- 1 a a low
West and Havana ante and beippotntedby ups
up*, Key :''or the past'week: In the evening a Inception win be given to jhi Democrat.ilc'GonrAot .. Wp. .. ii &. C i p
'
the;:.Mascotte returns., Walter Mnnroe and wife to'A. H. by the actlvetthapter: to the delegates :of the 8Ut between the I ))p.. It asam v ...*_.._ Mnrotd.tAArr U Saw
...-Mrs: : P. Hansom daughter Grace Mclnnls; part lot 2. square 48, $550.E. at the new Pi Phi Chapter rooms : date of holding inch primary election spa pm L. .. tun Ws__....Ar t.\p" ,
_... .
and brut.left.for ,the north Friday In the Donahne Binding.- asses ; + facia. Lv_ 1 llpm IVs.atla.
M. Martin to Loots Fine and Jut 'and V the holding of .the primary .. 1Mpm .. ROckIMn.. '110,. Itmao4as
morning on,'the steamer ,Mascott"*. Ins Moskovitx, lots 13 and 14. sp. ft The conventloi -1 rill last three days election A.-' D. ItOS. 4lips "r.4..... ..r.. Esn GW ..... ...... .. U 47p. ,_.. t
-al.lboern. 11.
They will be away several months. tr. 1J, $3.500.Edward .' and an Interesting;: program;has been The following officer are to be nom .i.slant.... /1apm iOps r._ i.ba.t4aa.. ...., -- 1l52aa Uhp.' ... ...
commander for the htertainment of the hated at' nld election to 4Ow OOs ft.Lnel. iO- 005'9'Dram
The U. 8. 8. .Colombia, M. Semple and wife to Wm prepared primary .I tips _fo't Pte" 10 a2a 1 asp. I
1.. :11., Bawyerj arrived In port last Delaney quit' claim lots 11 and IS.sq visiting deleatetj The great banwill wit: leas. I fps rlbbdL....,..... ." tort. I a9rt7a' .
Friday morning havtag bees Inter I .' 12. tr. 10. $100. be held at the;Mohawk Golf Club. *1 Representative ID'' Congress.. See W4o"a 41ps .. .w J5II55 Ed.a .lOOe.a b alsa. 111S:1I: : + '
I
,, cepted ny order of the Navy Department Key West Realty Company-to Cat) The. second business "session 'win beheld and Congressional District 61.7p.Slepm. '-.. .. .. 1000am 1419pa4s I '..
.' She'wfll remala'bere for or-; erlne N. Carey; known as part tract Saturday 'morning-) and the convention I Justices ,-of the Supreme Court Hobs 5osad. .... .._.. V5$4 w .. IItPa
a 4oaa 7 40pa. pttw e few 1o ape r
.r
Jers. %1." 1900.'Charlotte:, will'eloett 1i on Saturday afternoon 2 Railroad Commissioners. Isla' t i pa fret Pda B..c 14taa' lops .
The U. 8. 8 acb. CapL : : with the election\ of the officers 1 Member of the House of Representatives / 4tp0 Bovutoa '. 's otpa .
welker\\ L Gould to Gertrude 0 I ::4-1a18 /lops 1blrU-..,. ..+.. "." 1 sa I
received sillier orders and 'Lowe known u part tract 6.- :or the coming year. The annual ban- !; -" 4 em' / 4opm on Ltud.tdall.. .., ..." 72e. r S t 1
Brunswick;,Ca. Tuesday morntn=.' Thos. -W. Knowles, et aU to Robt tuet'irtll be held;.ln the evening. "1 L Clerk of'Circuit' Court for tmexolreJ Cs7w47pm ",..,_. ...._ nta t $ t719w', 'r PP V
term. 7 o9am 1 Mpm "y R.Il.ad + IOpaisew
-, 101Op m mo cny. team Up"
1 County Assessor of Taxes. t eOS'' 3110pa A ul.mt, }. I3aIa' /6pm

.I R pO oo OODOOooo 0 000 OO D/o 1 1 Tax County Colleetor Treasurer.: V J .00ua 91U: a..M.d Mts. + .+ 1Lr jar V15 IvOp!

5 County Commissioner I Buffet Parlor Csrs on trstas 0 sad 7*.> Bnfltt Bleeping Ckn OB mine M sad M. t *
poop ooo00 000 oooo oopoOOQpO 3 Members of County Board of Public JD lly.xc.pt bund T. .f
... Q'.at' o0 0 p o0 0 0 00 Instruction.1'Supervtsor'of.
"> o 9008ooo o Re tliraUon. f[ sit t a..ll1. % s..u All e..tl 5 1 aa $
ooogcoq D
I
ao alp Iry 1 /
NaTTelt .
tar V pC 1 Member of the Dade County Democratic ttM Dt11 LLD IUIIC"-, L ettq eel o.,
f. nQ O 0 Executive: Committee for Products .
9QQQ 04oOO00
p0 0 0 0 OO O Nos. li and 7. rescectlrely. / 141 SlOp t wao.Lv..Jactanvw..1r 7th 540. f / /Ittp
1 Justice of the -Peace and 1 Constable /ep Iasea p Oa9. ....eoathJ.et4oarW..L e52'152 assp Citp
lOlop 7Np Stop Slop $ /iuaI SOY USp s'Jp 11o,
D pa 0 oo Q 4o 000 0 aoo ooo oQD cancies.In' such districts ss have va A loaf 7np 4a S SUp lopl S a OOp sio II On 4,Af"...._.."AL'.ntle_ n_........ aOa IIS.IT641r17p11M1p 74..UOO. a 1PElQNSGL1I'1ND It!,

1 The Fllh"and-G.me rules governing'saidprimaryelection TVardenT :. ;; OCCUENTU STEIKSIQT CONMCTWXS IT ..HlilLMs44 .;

shall be the same u'those CleM Gea.tloe < at Mlssrf wits SiaasisUrs el tae P,4 0. S. L Cssipaty I.eHavana'and
adopted by .the Democratic ExecutiveCommittee ..

oo o o o o $00 "'at' their'meetlt held In Key-West' 1 1SJ' r
facksonvWe on February 24.1XX, for
a
corernlng State Primaries, so far as '' I ITrsiaa'blscharri
r 7 Sailings Rich v\Veek. i g
n. r./Tfwo
Ocs. : !
n Q } the same shall be' applicable to the .
County Primary. Those and only ; PiassssVttrs" at Ship's SMs;. H. TrtaafsW.

ti those persons shall be permitted to be ?b m TIB TsblOT Now tIN fees vhlok timia. fc. Mct.unvs ss'''
0lw M may *>
Dpp. Oo p come' candidates before or vote at". or ... W ....ml it.Hos.but th. antYeJ or 4mi an at clBMKmud aa awe__=
'" o O participate In the management of said ..II.k..Cs.pWtobe1.14N.ponssb. ....y4..,..taa7.....q.....ratWellNMe..POrCs .. .

ODOnO O o00 O I Ii primary terence .to lectlofl.who the: principles declare and their organization .& ;: 'to :.. y, UII LOCAL TIME CARD'or Otter I IV I / ..u.-; '

of the Democratic Party.nation ?*SEE THE,;TICKET"'AQENT." ,:i iX

laws a!. State''of the and 8taw county lawful.'who electors are by the a RAHNEL; Mat. C nT. Pas*.'Agt? 5T.. AUOUSTTNH. P A.Atlantic .

the election: districtsIn; which they -
DIAGRAM OF"'SAN 'FRANCISCO AND 'T'JE'; ,.;i1EA .SWEPT SYfi! E. sffer to vote who have paid their poll 'J
AaOe5 1M Ua'4ttw' ........-J an: Lftny heotw: 1 pectoAc. ., Zltntmavf Kxetuaigfi: 4. Occidental hotel: .. Crotriirt taxes legally due not less than ten Coast Line
bnndlot; .. .... Fnactara Chraelct balMtnr Ptelu bon dtJIc: S. om... t>unf! : : S. Donchu bulidlns 19. O'Brten bu.id-'. days before said pdmary-elecUoa.and .
pat. U. etty ball: U. af4Cbuk > WTttten taws ss S SMiKttl; IX old 8prckU bulMlr t .U ArsOrray of 8d._.: U who shall when challenged by an else j "" A -
;1rkod. Del 4lag:. st, Crap Siprerfceis. bolUttft efflee e( tab lea rrsaekKo Can: n. Palace had and.. raad Soul jf tor pledge In writing upon oath be- THROUGH SCHEDULE. ; I '
-- = y = -
lore Inspestor, to abide by and
any Florida Georgia Alabama North Carblira
'u Virginia,
.
support the result of such: primary.and
1- support the nominees thereof. ,$ and South Carolina [

a. W 'The polls shall be opened and closed The!great Highway of Travel between j f .
5J at the several election districts at the

Watson Voted Against= Reducing Railroad ;Fare law.The'boars fixed following by the I general named election persons Florida and the East and West. North and South '

are hereby appointed Inspectors and
f clerks -for- the 'several election districts
M Cott'III n. Senl EI.r' Pullman Equipment. XacnIJloea,' plalac o.
From 4 Milec :
3Centsper'
to "
Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. Route of the DIXIE FLYER .;
f Parks, H. E. Btypmann and B. Q. LIMITED
> Ball. Clerk: Cord .Schroeder. Polling Celebrated. } FLOR D.\ AND WEST' INDIA
: ?lace Bans store. Trains JIONTGOMERY L. AND N
recordo.f.F.lon: : a',s representatives in .the'' House, ,1.901. on R. Hudson Burr's. ,btllI Precinct 'Nc. ''1-Inspectors: Frank ICOSVESIXNT ,. : :
P. Kitchen and E. C. Miner. l*
I fixing the railway passengerjsatesjit, three cents a mile' and how each representative voted_ 3erk wera.: ,,James Hepburn. Polling Place, L1ni METHOD or' TRAVELING. : 1
school 'house. AtUntle Coast one thousand mil tWskets; font over'14, 00 miles; of rail*

:' on,,this important meastTel.' ', teclnct'Na. Frank road embracing all portions of tbe toutb,00 sale at all prlDclpa"DdH.! at
: .. } Inspectors: ,
rsf, of its es h. United to one year from date of purchase For full con
{ Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- pl *.and reliable In forms tloa recsrdlor rates.schedules, Pullman u"ln.to&ft'
grove. Cierk: ,T. J.., Campbell. Polling I Write -, -
r '
place, old engine house. rrank C. Boll.&oIIJI.... P M. AI'W;D.Stark.Travellof h...Anal
HOUSE JOURNAL, 1901 : Precinct; N. :4-Inspectors: jess .. '"{ IWHT. Bay Street, JacksoofUI.ria.|
.. B y Mr; Burr of D.a d' Dougherty; J.' L.> Oarnett and T. W. W:). Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager, WilmingtonJN. C..;
.
Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pena Polling !
:" House,bill No. So' place,Porters' Packing House.

A bill to be entitled an act to fix the'fare for passengers all rllroad trains in this Precinct,No. Inspectors: 1'. U.McRae '
T. J.' Hayjood and I. B.
state at three cents per mile: and to. provide penalties for its .violation.t Taylor,V,Clerk: H. ,B. Bodies. Pol) SEAV8OARDAir J

Was read the first time by;its .'title and referred to..the 'Committal on,RailrpadsandTelegraphs. : lag Precinct place, school No.t-Inapectora house. : J. I. .

W Hardy D. Cassel and 'J. W. PI.,..* L Railway j I
Clerk'J If Cmstead. Polling plies
; : :
: House Journal l. paije'jo. .
: 901 Rouses Itofe.Precinct"Na. -.
f Committee reported unfavorably on H.'B. .No,,:50.. Page 216- J Inspectors: W. ", :POR. t
Marshall Ed.'" T.- King I and Keny : It
House : No taken and read second time in full
Bill
was ftp a
? 50. Bryan.: Clerk R. A.' Brya Poainrf Savannah t Columbia, Camden, Southern Pine>
t Mr. Davidson of,Gadsden'moved to indefinitely postpone:the.,bill place: Stranahan'sstore. Richmond Washington Baltimore l'.
Precinct Na Inspectors: J. fi.Wofford. Raleigh, ,
The roll being calledthe e was':' ,,-. .' J.t;W. Ives and J.,A. Harp Philadelphia: New York. i. I

: 'YEAS.' \; Watson_ .(Speaker- 'of the Bonse):,)Messrs.. ':Btitord. ,_ Clark (T ;L.),, Close, Davidson, Clerk school:'J.houce.Prednet-' H.. ,' omen- Poling place-, ''Two Elegant'Tralns, Daily. f f I

:" Davis, Dow den, Fulton. Hendrj, McGriffin,''PallDer.. (W.'lT), Parish of;' Manatee. Raney. Russell,. Sledge No. Inspectors: Pan Seaboard(Express, U Seaboard MalE _;
V Matthews' L:? Fornell and J. I. Pet
Smith Spa kmu.-16 f 1M j.Modern.Pullman 'Equipment.opentln "
: ers. Clerk: J.. A. Danghtry. Polling '
NAYS Messrs.Anderson,'.Broward,,"'Burr. Chambers, Crawford place,,'school honse.< ,
; 1 ,, Duckworth, Godfrey! ,:Gornto, osr .+y s.'INa j
.: Grins Grist, Gunn= Hopkins, Hunter,'Jackson, 'Johnson;'Jones, ''"McElroy, :;McRae,' of Pasco, McRae'of Precinct-'No. Inspectors: T. L.

', Putnam..Osteen,Parrish of Hollies,'Ranlerson, ,"'Rivers of Columbia;:Thomas Whafey; Williamson, Wilson, TownleyH.Patterson Clerk Da1a'oIl1ler: '&. B. and McLendon 8. L. dill! tiroijti sleepers troa: Jietmrflli toln orleta .

.1! Wolfe. 29. V Polling place. Fair banding. #
.. LUL 3,
Precinct 'Na Inspectors: B .8. For full (laforiiatioa aad sleeper r.* ratioru, call oa any o( tI t'

5 So the motion to Indefinitely'-postpone was not agreed top Potter.Andrew. Hardee and Jackson 1 Seaboard, Of write. l.i i iD
W. ,
Peacock. .Clerk Jv Oallaway.
Mr:Burr, moved that,the'rules be.waived and that, ,House''BUI No, 50 bee read a third Polling pace. Shone's' old store. .'l DOHRELL w'L GIL. hss.- arc tctOalliie, FU.

VV time and put upon its .passage It Precinct No.t JU Inspectors: I .T. I -I

I:. Which was agreed to by:a two-thirds vote DuvaL Stephens Clerk W.: Thos.J. Daugherty.Mitchell Polling A. T. F.i C. BOYLSTON.. Pass''Agt. I,

V ; And. -House,, billJNo.., 56 was- read- -.a third time in full I place PreefRct Tweed'No.elTs Inspectors HalL,, Henry various candidates shall be U follows -ComnUUsi shall lest oil Uooday.-fay

Upon :CIn'ofth roll the vote was: Qoasman, Win. Anderson and J. Castella :. 21,.1$06 at the County Court Hoos4V
i; : Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling Representative j.............f U.OO la.Miami Florida.-an publicly caafau' : -
YEAS-Messrs. Anderson., Broward: BrownBurr, Chambers, Crawford, GodlevGriggsGrant. Gnnr, place school, house Clerk of ClrcultjCoart .......: 150.00 'the returns and declare 'what
.
i Tax Assessor Jo............. '75.00 candidates art nominated by a majority .'
Hunter. Jackson; Johnson Jones;McElroy McRae ,ot Pasco M Rae of Putnam dsteen. Parish of Holme, Precinct. R. BlackwelJer'No. Inspectors and J. f.: WJLScott. Sax. Tax Collector t.............. 75.00 vote for each county offlcs sad t*

r. Raulerson, Rivers. of ..Alachna, Rivers of Columbia Sledge,. Thomas, Whaley Williamson, Wilson and on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling plies County Treasurer .......... 7S.OO what cases a second primary will'
.
1 County Commissioner ........ 10.00 have to be held. fAttest
Saxon's
Wolfs Z9. : More.Precinct Instrne. 10.00 '
> Member Board I[Public : W.A.! Fflsr.Chalrmaal. '
r NAYS-J. Watson/Speaker' of the House), Messrs. Amos, Buford parke, Close, Davidson, Marshall. S.No.M.15 Alsabrook-Inspectors and: M.A.C.A. i Justice Constable of the...Peace ........ 1.00 5.00 I, ,

Davis, .wdet1. Fnlton.: Hopkins.: McGriffin Palmer Parris of Manatee, Raney] Russell, Smith,-Spark.man.17 Frost Clerk: R. ,C. Stanley. PoUting ,County Fish and Game Warden 1.00 : Ceo. P. Bull, tSecretary.
place school house. I t i .
Supervisor RerfstrsUcra -.. B.OO
"t- .
; '1
.: The voting shall be by ballot on All eaodate are required to file a -- :
So the bill passed title as stated : 'H ,. tickets, furnished by the State and written application to have his name I l Two Suits Filed j J;
; County, Executive Committees, ant at appear upon the official ballot oa the J. G. Troll throash; lag attorney.George .
;. And House Bill No.',50 was ordered certified to they si ate. Page433 the close cf such elections, the Inspectors blanksfamished by the committee,! A. WorUy, itxuy In uuts4
,- end clerk ban proceed to canvass accompanied with the fee. above set a salt In sssomp.lt damages 13.000.
Senate Journal l. the vote In accordance with the I forth with Gel: P. Bull of CJni. Fla. against the F. E. C. lUIlvay C. la
.
-
1901 ->. -- State la.... and shall at once: forward Secrctn-r and Treuuret of the Con tile county court" A. |I K. Simmons
: the returns to the Chairman c( the.I ty Den oICratIo Committee oa or bs- 1:brought salt against tty! Southern Exi .
County Executive Committee. fore the 26th day of April A. D.UOC. i i press Company In the lorn of 100.. ssirampstt -

The assessments to be paid by the i i The :emoc atie County Eiecndrs damaces.r. s .... .

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PAGEtwELVE THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY MAY.W,1OSPolitical ,
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Per Tax CelI_.' constable for the Tenth district subject I MAYOR'S ra()( uuJOr N.A BE FAIR BE HONEST AE |OVE
I hereby announce myself aa a can I to, the actionof th* 'Democratic ; ..

1 dilate for the offlce of tax collector Primary election to.b*_held May ,.resolution of the city council ot

\ of Dade county subject to the action I; ism. Uoe.SAMUEL ROUNDTREB. the city of )l1&p11. providing that the ALL, BE JUST AND :CONSISTENT
of the Democrat primary.
proclamation 0: the Mayor of said
Thomas J. Barde I. I
Announcements FOR CONSTABLE city giving notice. of aa election to ..

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Tenth DletrictI be held in the city of Miami, on the

Second District hereby announce myself aa a candidates fourth Tuesday May A. D.. 110. AS TO THE COMMISSIONERS INCREASED MILLAQE
Friend of William Helm announcehis for the office Constable laTenthVf ,
a..o..aereal.ter. tki.kta4iac 'District of Dade county subject lame being the %:d day of said month I
will to* M.ertc4 until after tile Democratic candidacy for county commisatonei (From Mil ml Record April :1<<. 1JO) (From Miami Record. Sept 11. 1)06)Everyone
w the Democratic and the of submitting to the
primary for
purpose
the
Pnmartr tm tu Daily Mnropolictof from the Second district subject to I
(1040: Weekly", Mnrupoln 15.00.or ask th* support of an my Modi.'Rtlpeetfully. I
action of the Democratic primaries.Mr. qualified, registered voters of said *
Of the cient board ot
!. buck lh. Daily aa4 "'.eklj. M- p county corn- who'I* familiar with. the
c.vuti.lor tta.a.. Helm Is a successful business city the question of th.1&lUe. and sale three art candidates
financial
W. J. Wilson. reelection. situation jot this county has
enthusiastic for roads, a
Positively .....o..-e.t will man good of One, Hundred Thousand Dollars for realized
to iitertcd MleM _"pa..c4.by Ike.racer. first-class civil engineer and well I I That tb< board aa now constituted that It WOULD BE NECESSARY
CONSTABLE
.. I equipped to fill the omce.I I FOR 1100000.00 of city bond, be spread has not glvea general satisfaction to' to INCREASE: the' amount

I I hereby announce Tenth District'i myself aa a caa- upon the minutes of this council: .and the citizen of Dade County can hardly to be raised by TAXATION to a COIF
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER that the same be published for the perlol be doubted. SIDERABLE
.tIdatl;for the office of Constable 1* extent.
Per Representative First District the Tenth Justice District of Dade of thirty days prior to said election With oae or two exception, the: For some time* COUNTY
myself ua
I respectfully WARRANTS
hereby announce my candidacy announce board has seemed to be under Oe i
law.
th
county; subject to Democratic prtmaryand u required by
for the position of Representativefrom candidate for the omen of count dom1ll&Uoof Its attorney, and the have been FLOATED at a
.
ask the
ot an
: rapport my Be It Resolved the council
by city
Dade County. To you 1 rah- commissioner for the first District Mends. Respectfully. result hai not been at all satlsfa- DISCOUNT;the EXPENSE and VEXATION : -
subject to the action of th* Democratic : of the of Miami
suit the Questio of my fPAJlfI $tJooo' i city : of which.
J1'
&i DeBerry. Ia borne by the
to npruat01lla that capacity. If primary of May It I tory.While .
That the following proclamation of the board has completed a PAYEES. I J ,
nominated at the Democratic primary Barry DuBots. FOR ( EMBER COUNTY. the Bon. John Bewell. mayor .of th* lone stretch of rock road that ha
and elected at the general election I Jupiter Fla. BOARD OF EDUCATION This I .
the| city o: Miami at this, the regular lone been called for and at. perhaps condition arose from the ,
IUD devote I my best effort to your To People of Dad County: minimum cost to die.eoutJ. LARGE EXPENDITURES mad by *
a
COMMISSIONERSecond of the council of said
FOR COUNTY meeting city
service and the welfare and upbunding o .
I Urgent request for else ot my aims It was only able to do so by a very PREVIOUS BOARD
of oossideatlca.t.oelre my District at the coming Democratic, Primary city held oa the Uta day of hay A. generous $Contribution la the way of OF COMMISIONERS'forwhlch

earnest To the Democratic Voter of. ,Dad a* candidate for, membership to th* IX, 1906 which said proclamation la freight from the East Coast railroad : NO PROVISION

Respectfully.' County: county; ;; board ot public ,instruction. .la the following words and .figure and deserves no particular credit for was mad.

3.. W. Watsoa I hereby announce myself a* a caa- finds line not well equipped either a* twit: having secured It. At the BEGINNING OF THIS YEAR

dilate tor the office ot County Commissioner partisan or a* office-seeker. Bat nil Special Election: Proclamation of While this work has beta going on the
county had j
a FLOATING
Per RepresentativeTo from the Second District true that I have had some experlcne Mayor of the city of Miami and No- other ot th*< county, notablythe DEBTof
the People of Dade County: of Dade county subject laths win a* aa-educator'and If. a* rack th* ice of the same. pals Glade district and the road< about FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS >

At the request ot friends, sad with of the Democratic voters aa expreaeej, people.want my service ia the modest To the ,Voters of'the city 4 Miami, to Coeoannt Grove,. hare receive |
desire to la the State Legislature
a serve you at the primaries but office I know
important lactated
coming and the Public at Large very little attention and the residents To speedily pay pff thl* debt' liability

.:I announce myself a candidate
Pan C. Joass. of nfriwffldent reason tor refist&f I John Bewell of the
mayor city of those jlarje section hare been
for this office subject to the Democratic for which th* PRESENT BOARD
West Palm Beach. Fla this service. 1 do not feel th tar
of Miami la conformity to Section 'loud la their .
,. complaints or the treatment '
,
primary to be held la May. of office, and 1 eaa not contend far 1. of an ordinance pasaej by the city received at the hands-of the I* 'NOT 'AT ALL RESPONSIBLE,

I respectfully'solicit the rapport ci FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER office; but I stand ready to respond council of the city..Miami on,the board they have dieedI tax of four mills
the people o: Dade county .... If. j
Fifth District to any reasonable request to aerv*. .Jtidlm '
]
1th day of April A. IXim. and signed t "the
elected. I wm faithfully sad impartial i Their Is that whfli It would with object if pitying an "out-
I candidacy lot The rat I* up to F. H. Wharton president of,the
i hereby announce my ea"j
discharge the duties ot th* offlce. you.W..W. seem enough to provide roads standing warraatajaad PLACING the
B TnL
omen ot city council attested by If. R. KeUnm.
renomtaation to the County;
for the
rich automobile there
and wm do an In my power for TOUT owners
Miami. Fla 1L COUNTY
April
oa a
th I clerk of said city and the CfSH BASISThe
best Interest and welfare. I trust to mmlssloner; subject to *aetioa approved la no way of securing good roads to ,
have the pleasure of meeting the voters of th. Democratic primary aad.'ao-i 1th day of May A. D, 1W. signed the ordinary farmer and trucker who I board I* of the optaloa that''(hi* caa
FOI'|' MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD
.. at aa early date and discuss an licit the support of my Democratic John Bewell. mayor cad entitled: are dependent upon good roads to be don by January. MLTh
,
Tie: friend of J. R. Anthony. 8r,
ordinance the
friend AB authorizing issue
public questions and define tony my get their {products safely to marketIt NECESSITY for
E. 0. TwMdan. hereby; present his name a* s candidate ot One Hundred Thousand Dollars of road I* s*
la reference thereto. ; Is toi be feartj that the board
position for member of the Board ot Pub City Bonds pt the City of )IIamJ. APPARENT that[ alruant" oa Be..
I recognise the fact that, a public has been very Indiscreet la Its con-
lie Instruction from the second district State of Florida: Kea subject ceased ,
.AlItJlorWac
trust FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER aa long ago t
dice la a public sad shod section w th the proposition to drain '
yon honor m with your vote" I win Plret District action5'of iof Dade the county Democratic subject to the. (ion for such purpose and providing the land pack. of West Palm Beach, Just at thl* Mm* the board has th*
: primaries.ROAD the method of such election
highly appreciate your rrflilTiirf sad I hereby announce myself a* a candidate -- holding the prosecution of which has been opportunity,'oa account of the,VERY
'win be loyal to roar for the oNce of county commissioner -- --- and farther la conformity to the ettj enjoined. \la preparing for that project FAVORABLE:
CONTRACT
from the First District of Dad charter of said city hereby give notice made with
Satesst.Waaiq. NOTICE- the b rd evidently did sot
county subject to th* decision of ,the and the same I. ,hereby proclaimed the 1 wand\ aa a result. is carryout now I the J', E C. Railway Company, of *.
: that a Special Election will be held curing a"LARGE AMOUNT'
Democratic
coming. primaries. Notice-is hereby given that at th* I Involved Ip aa expensive lawsuit that OF RQAtt
Fey c-t7.Tressrsr ChU.{McPbersoa. .. la the city of Miami. State ot Flor- '
To the Voters ot Dade County:" Etnart.'Fla'" 'r" lint *galar'meeting of the Board of Ids. o.,'the fourth Tuesday la May I the must be p J4.for by some one'-always, BUILDING at a very LOW COST

Having been Uesttaet with bids County Commissioners of Dade :warty !A. D..' 1908. the same being the Zld taxpaer.la the The road tma'wi..t Palm Beach to

.county sine Ull; having, done thevery .FOR. COUNTY- COMMISSIONERDistrict Florida, said Board will consider day of said month :or the purpose of drainage preliminary there was expenses s considerable of that Miami require tweaty-threi miles of ''"V
.
,
beat I knew how aa aa Individ- i". submitting to the qualified, registered eonstractloB before! ins
N. ETo '
amount spent .t1rOetU.*
and whether not something like eaa
j&termlne or they serer
ad tl&la, to make 11'a proepc"1UeoaI7 ou I voters of the City of Miami the question be .I
; having lived at hot ea4 the Voters ot Dad County:. win jUopt the provision ot Section of ,the Issue of One Hundred teen hundred dollars. The board appropriated connected.,
I hereby announce myself aa a ear l'antt'2: Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of that amount from the general The PRESSING ,NECESSITY ot th
of the' county aad having fined a ; Chapter 5450, Act ot 1905, *
public omen ao that the people didat for' renomlnatioa to tae dolor he city of Miami, State of Florida fund/ of the county .inI: spite' of road I. CONCEDED.
aw con;
County Commiadoner.fa'Dlstrlet{\ Lawsjif Florida, a of wolca lot the statutory provision that .
No shall be allowed to vote moneysraised '
person
know whether I do aoly. cocldsatou With a tax of four
i now offer myself aa a *" rflMittforjtaet No. .. subject to the aetioa ot 'th* lows thls notice.. 111 said election who is not s registered for one fund shall not be. used mils thl* roan

efflee'tot Couaty: Treasurer Democratic primary';' election. '. to beheld Dope1 and ordered lA'OpeA cession at oter of the city of Miami, and a n.Idellt for ADOIII r.. '.' can b* fully completed, the road paid
"ThJr -OImocradc..JdIDU7.. May. 'Uti!." WOC.1 ; :, Q '* Miami Florida thl*. ins *j day,'or of said city and who shall not The present board was largely pat for without debt '!'on th. e e.r..s_
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1 seed every TOte that 1 caa get and .. T.--1ftde14.; ., April, A. D. 1906.4. __- '_ '. own real estate situated within..the Into .. because_ a n.former___ hnrt_ a Jarg* "nount f ftthtr-CIOUtnetJoa" w
.. .. .
A '** ,A.. ... ,Dearborn.. I limits of said city which the bad so If l was understood violated
trust that my friend.whether la.ta. upon lnlsbsd within '
el'm
1 ;
COMMIIONLR'
I
,
FOR If Clerk. certain provisions of the law.' It year.
cttyor eomatrr win not-forgttm{ taxes have been paid for the yea. and
oa the day>of-tae primary? ba'rr.va pistnet Nv.1: .J 14 B! W. 11.Fopedepuy'clerk.Be 1905. and who< shall not oe s qualified would look as though this Is one rea- The tax' for tt*'DEFICIT sad the

for which I paomlse. If elected 'jt To the Democratic' voters *f. Dad .lt enacted.by Legislature: *ofihe'Btate elector In all other respects under the son why !the people are, so reluctant SPECIAL ROADJTAX; ts.aU the,u-

perform the duties ot the offlce, with County:" '_ of Florida: charter of the city and the ordinances to return some .of the present mem- crease for walea 'th*' PRESENTBOARD
aa stack' courtesy accuracy' >\1 I take this' method d: announcing Section 1.. That-the ,width' ot the thereof. bers. "* --

promptness.ss I give to ry prlvrvUtuiaew candidacy tor the once of county: Urea,'.*f, vehicles nsed .tobad., wood The Inspectors and clerk who shall The board's attempt to make np:I "I-RESTOSSIBLE: '...

Gee.' O.- Cam. commissioner from District No. S. sub or other heavy. load over paved hart conduct said election shall be u follows the deficit that had accumulated for Two mills were added by th* school .

ject to,the action of,,the Democrats or Improved road Ia any .county of : Inspectors. A. J. Kolb. R. J. several years, by an assessment that board to help pt> a deficit and to

Per County Clint ,_ primary. Oa account'of being engaged this'.State now having.or 'that may Mathers, and Chat-. Mann; Clerk. I would raise sufficient funds to pay provide accommodation for' Dade
-',-tst 'tfcis method of announcing' in vegetable growing It will be impossible tereftfier build and construct such John }.'CJaeatham. ; I lit all olfjat Ollet"JaU not proven ellan.satisr county' constantiy
for me, to make a personal roadis hereby:fixed and establlsneda The polls bs'opeaaoclock : increaalng, pbpVUon
myself: as a-cuJl: ate tor,the.offlce shall ; ; ctory toithefpablicj ,which ,' ,' :. *
of Clerk of, Court for Dade Conntr canvass of 'the 'county; my crop demanding follows: Of a.two horse wagon and close at IU -dOW1L I is bond In Its declaration that' the

subject to the action of the Democratic my attention jusT alibis cute Dr other '", hIcle. shall, not be The ballot to be lI"d.1D said election taxes sra entirely too high and are The State of: JTorida added two

primary. P. W. Haha., time. This being the case' I earnestlyurge leititan four inches wide of a four shall be prepared by the city bunting e prospects of the (County. mIDI for state use.
an my friend to Jo what they morsel waxon. raft or vehicle, shall council and shall be in the following F: With t ese questions the voter will ''When
caa in behalf. R. L. WaiL. be not less than six Inches wide and have the CONDITIONS:>> ARKKNOWN
Per Clerk or the Circuit Court' my ; form: "For City Bonds" and to deal and the general sentiment
To'the Democra ic Vrter or"Dad.Cout1 of adios horse wagon cart or other !-Against City Bonds. see us now to-be that they deetically the people or Dale Ctunty

: "FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.. : vehicle used to haul heavy logs or I The Inspectors appointed to conduct sire a p new board to look WILL BE ENTIRELY SATISFIED

I hereby present.my,name to the 6th DistrictMr stock*', shall be not less than seven 'said ,election may require each .el.o- after th, affairs of the county for I with the BUSIXES3LIICE: POLICY of

voters la the coming Democratic primary Kirk Munroe.of: Cocoanut Grove, 1I1eh a .1I'I.le. and that It'shall be unlawfoj tor offering to vote at said election to the'lIext two years. :the Board of CO nty
Commissioners.It
as candidate, for clerk of the having, been unanimously nominatedfor for any person,. firm or corporation -t furnish proof that said elector.possesses .
circuit court for Data county.* county commissioner by amass to use or caused to 1Ie used the requisite qualifications aa herein -

Having resided lire for twenty-flv' meeting"'of citizen w* hereby announce any ehlcle mentioned in,this section defined. I r

years I Invite Inquiry tad Investigation hi'candidacy subject:to tae wii&'
., of those who do not know me personally action o' the Democratic primary. Mr. In hauling lads over road city ball in the city of Miami same mi n, and only about seven months between. \lIt the 'work referred r

aa to my reputation aa a dt- Munroe ha been a resident ot Dad therein mentioned.' and any person, That said One Hundred Thonsana i to In th, ,September article was carried out '
lien'my n ord as .n official la years county_ for more than twenty 'year, flrni'or. ,corporation 10 offending snail Dollars of City Bonds. provided the I I allowed and road .. a* planned! *o far a* the laws a
PUt sad my fitness an&:: competency during which time h* has shown aa be guilty of misdemeanor, and subJecto Issuance of the same be confirmed by the built .for about 16,000 leas ,ihaa lice estimate.

tor th* office to which 1 aspire. unflagging teal In the cause of good the pains and penalties -pro. two-thirds of the voters participating'in The a must b* some CAUSE for such a COMPLETE CHANGE or

If elected I promise fair cad courtsoar roads and has steadfastly promoted videj: for In Section C of this Act, said election sail voters particHpatlag I LVlok. yet NO CAUSE OR REASON APPEARS to the article.. Asser.

treatment to every:.citizen "at the .-worO.1-tatereat oTour*great S 12. That the provisions of Section qualified as herein prescribed, '' lions made to SEPTEMBER IMS. are IGNORED'to

bands of every person. connected with county. Therefore .w* ask for. him: :'U; snail apply only, to' counties shall be Issued and sold la the several f| vs-ri THE FACTS REMAIN' APRIL.,. 1108.
the office. 4. f- the hearty support of an good dtiscns of the State that have built,'or may amounts and for the municipal purposes Tad: SAME f

'BoUdtlng tIle support'of every voter at;the coming primary. -: hereafter build and construct a systemof as follows, to-wlt: > It It well known that the flavor of.ham-depend*? largely' upon what

who' considers. competent. aai capable (Signed) W.'J., Shone .- pared, hard or Improved roads. and For .the purpose of "constructing 'the hog Is led and a CHANGE OF FEEDwin CHANGE: THE: FLAVOR.

1 am,respectfully, B.- 8. Potter.; are maintaining[ the.WQe u4-shall and maintaining a system of sewerageor In SeptCountyi mber. 19<15. the writer of the above' articles wiz +

Beach f'..D1mie'....<. }I O *-11 ,i fOeo,.RlfbMffUi 'notfbe operative for a period of.not for otherwise promoting the health 4 trough.In .. feeding. at Dale,
' West Palm : ,* Committee.. Iesatbantwo; mouths,' or:!core than, of the city to the amount, of Thirty f. ,
"rel.ac t six .months aftei ,:'bt adoption ot this :+Thousand Dollars. (910,000.001."to'be ojher words the editor of the South Florida Record-alao the Miami

\ Foe Clerk of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER provided.for by .Section'S caned and known Sewer Evening' awarded the rat
the Circuit Ceurt : ,I' 5 Actf'a? as Bonds. 4, County printing th* year,MO. ia
Believing that my services for the ** Second District' cad 4' of the,same etc : For the purpose of opening.wllenbg. im, .the printing-was a awarded to another paper, which Ia the oplaka

, ,- put nve"yean as,Chief Deputy; the :To the.:Voter'of Dad Couaty ... J in ?. and paving the streets and sidewalks| the Co tmiWoneii-: -wu' better to do of
prepared
<0 office ot th Clerk ot the "I BILL FOR DIVORCE. of the the [reaulw*, work'anJreachedi
Circuit Court .1 hereby announce myself.a* a candidate city to the amount ot.Vwenty I .
qualifies. me for the position.I''here for nomination to the dice of .;: '- Thousand Dollars $20.000) to. be {a larger number'ot people' ,: .

with respectfully announce-my'candi: county fommisatoner la District Na.2. 'In ,the Circuit Court of>Ui* Seventh called and known aa Street Improvement n FORMER CHAMPION of the PRESENT Board of Commiaaioner

hey for Clerk ot,the ('IrnItlC-1 ; subject to the aetioa ot the Democratic Judicial Circuit 'of, FloriJa ia and for Bonds. now F&D8 at ANOTHER THROUGH and the Savor ot the ,product has

object to the approval. 0: the Demo- Primary:Eectloa. 'to be said May Da4, County, For the purpose of erecting a public changed. Some statements are made Ia Us
eratSc'l'JJ'1IIIUT: 'IIIL II Wth.' l0 y -- Oeo.. a, Baker', laMChaacery... ? building to be constructed of Miami article,of[AprU :ethl; that.the

.a, .jntts.' ,: I I.T Georgia .Taylor. Complainant rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand RECORDS: SHOW to tie FALSE
. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Kira, Dollars (1:0,000). to be called and NOT ONE!: DOLLAR ha been paid out of the funoa 'of the-iounty for

Per Cewnty Oerk _: -- .- ; District N* 4 Charles D. Taylor.rDetendut... known as City,Building Boats_ the preliminary work oa the PALM BEACH DRAINAGE SCHEME. Aa
To the Democrat ot Dad Couaty: Th'Mead of'A.' Lee Allen dealr TOE Chares: D..Taylor: Defendant lathe'above I For the purpose of eatablishlngjnalatalnlng Issue Sot ve thousand dollars to
scrip iy
: and foregoing styled can**: '' wiz aat.aorJeJ the Board to pay
1 take this method 01.dq to place his aam before ,ths.voter I and equipping sure Department
'my candidacy for th* office of,County of Dad County for the office ot'Couaty H;appearing from the affidavit otGeorga I to the amount of Fifteen -Thousand Ibis expen** and. the warrant taa!l. Th* waauFwork .was ,stopped ,

Clerk subject to the action of the Commissioner subject to the action : Taylor, compUlnant In th* Dollars $15,000). to be called and temporarily by aa order of the United Bute, .* Cobra f in the mean time:

. Democratic primary sad wm appreciate of th* Democratic primary leetiow the:above entitled cans, that yon area I known aa Fire Department Bonds. the TApATER 1* NOT OUT ." Q.TA': : men I who dldth:! .
be nell IMS. non-resident of the State of Florida : For the of work
any rapport that my Meads U May IS. purpose opening, constructing :
eve not beeR and I
.
can give me. Respectfully.X. and'.that your whereabout, residence! and malntalng public parka paid they. are holding u* bag.

.: T. Merrttt. FOR. COUNTY COMMISSIONER and';postomce address' an to comp'al-. and promenades, ,located within the Theven < law wa followed to this matter inter the best legal- advice and
,
; -' ,_' Dletrict. N*. 4' nant unknown. .1 I city limits,'to the amoot'or'Fifteen If the law II OeoDltJt1lUO 1. THIS BOARD JDOE3 NOT MAKE ILAWS.
The Mead ot J. 1.'B0D7 aaaone .Tnerfor. under aad pursuant -o 11 Thousand Dollars $15,000). to be called ''
PerC Clerk If th Commissioner '
uirty : have violated the
laws
.
i why does
'aw* of th* State of Florida it Is herebyt not the
aba and
a* a ran didst* for County Commissioner I known as Park cad Promenade
With fan appreciation ot the high ia' District Na,i. nhjact rcSere4 that you are hereby required Bonds.
f honor asked tor gad promlaiaf faita- to the aedoJa'.or th* Democratic Pri to appear to the bill.lied Said bonds shall be issued In ave charge*; LIKE: A MAN, and have na brought to Justice instead of making
,
ful performance ot duties If *sleeted,; I against ;yea IB the above cans oa the I t
different series twit these PUNY INSINUATIONS
mary.' : The Sewer backed up by expressions
have the honor to announce myself a ss UNSTABLE as
'
th be
._ IIrst -)lOllda fa .April. urns
,
candidate for the office ot Clerk ot the FOR -TAX-ASSESSOR-"' .- ."-., tnE;.the :d day of th* month and a I Inclusive Bonds, numbered from one to thirty.! hi* OPIxIO S such u semi to be." "hardI, to be* doubted. W
; Siren Improvement Bonds .
Circuit Court ot Dad County and ask .
rulfcJay thereof ia the 106. feared etc.,
To !the Democratic Voter year in a series numbered from one to ff6 If
of Dad
for vote la th* primary ot May ,
your
Ills' further ordered that this order I Th.i. new feed 1s satisfying and FATTENING, but}it 1* WEAKENING.:
inclusive
Utk J. F. Judd, County: be twenty, ; Uty Building Bonds
published till Miami
Metropolisa
la
I wm be a candidate for rsnominalion in a series from one to twenty inclusive This Board of Commissioners Is NOT INVOLVED In .aa Texpendv*'
Ia the ofMiami.
ttewspaperpubEaheJ City
Per County Treasurer at the coming Democratic prhoary Dade County. Florida one ; Fire Department bonds In a law rait*' about the drainage scheme and If It should be, the i taxpayers

To the Voter ot Dad County: for the office of Tax"Assessor and respectfully eachweek for ,eight consecut-v I c series from one to fifteen. Inclusive; of Dad County 1I'l11l1ot have the billsto pay. The '{PRESENT BOARDOF
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate solicit your support. week. Park and Promenade Bonds in a ser-i,
for renomtnaOoa to the office Geo. O. BadeFOR'CONTAELZ' Isis further ordered that of flee I from one to fifteen 11Iell1l1,.. Said COMMISSIONERS Is wining to stand before the Uxpayere and. voter
ot county; Treasurer subject to th* ._- a copy bonds that be issued in denominatIons on the ECORD MADE., |
(hill! ) order be posted at the Court j .....
action of th Democratic Primary ', Ho&e door in the County: of Dad*. of One Thousand Dollars each aDd 1 FO ;R MILLS aliened for that purpose PAID THE LARGE INDEBTEDNES3 -
election to he held MayIItb.1.101., .Tenth District .h:11 bear IDn.Jt at the rate of Ire
lame and ordered pursuant to :'aw< : four mills for roads built the road aad it paying for repairsof
C. H.' RaulenoB.Miami. ,,1 hereby announce myself as a caadidat at(Miami. Florida Dade County thisJUi'Jay per cent per annum, and shall mature ; old it>ads. IOn I Iy
The for, the 'offlce ot constable ct and become payable thirty of January A.. D;,1t08.I' years to that extent are we responiiole for the ,la taxes.
the Tenth Justice District of Dade : .:K.' Dearborn. (n'm me date i&ereor. and shall "I i Th*
A Cerk.
Far Tax Collector county subject to the wm of the Democratic By'Vfi M.. Pope.D. C. sold! at cot Ies than their par value. |I editor!. 1 of September 11. 190S above ten you were the other cam

'To th* Voters of Dad County: voters, at -the coming primary A. 'Wortey' : Witness my hand and the seal of. r om. The debts being paid and the road bunt this .menage win be reduced

I hereby announce myself u a caa election. '\\. H ilorria, SOIe1torfor', Complainant the city this lIrh! day of April., A D. J\ I
didate'for renominaPoa to th office ; -:1.: !
-
1x6. h fear that Intelligent
I I ire no any voter or taxpayer will b'influenced
of County Tax: Col ctor. subject to FOR CONSTABLETenth
Jofcn .
SeweU.Utfor
sc want fertilizers, '('11.111J.. R:
you ( of MAN who
by the statements a CONTRADICTS HIMSELF
Qe'aet1OR of the C mocrado Primary District ". of the City of Miami. and show
tat,be )belt. May 1h.11U6. I take tci method -? announcingmyself i I't. ir>: J raw :.er **' c1 reliable Ae.t Jl R. Keilua. that tie EDITORIAL COLUMNS of hi* paper are )llke his advertising:

f.S.":III'. Ganger. : candidate for th* offlc .of I,l'!.. :.f'i: '* I Erg.t C'!!! Cart Ipac -: FOR SALE.I. To, A. WINm1iL1:

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