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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00367
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Metropolis Stands For Progress and Prosper and Everything Pertains to the Welfare and 4dvancement of Dade Cou rty.



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FLORIDA I A ,STATE Bl I SUS IN 1 1905 FITTS' ABSTRACT 9A ADMISSION' GOVINIBS ROWARD BRYAN ISSATIFIED S q

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}' 'BUT LAST MADE PUBLIC A D HOW HE SECURED HIS JOB WilL A DRESS WITH PRESENT 4




Deputy United States ManhAl l Gael PUBLIC '

i.- will return home tomorrow from Key don
West .where he has been all of the James F. Ja Candidate For Circuit Court.Clerk, Revives SomeAnCiel' f SITUATION'I,
TOTAL OF 556.690 week attending lh) session of tie

7 MA : United States -Court.- '. Political History, of Interest .to Voting Public: I '.


Speaking a? Palm Beach AT THE FAR BUILDING
Messrs., T. A. Wlnfleld E. H. Dlmlck. ; DONI WANT DOMINATION

John Townley and Judge G. A. Worleyleft :
With Escambia. Dade and Orange\ this morning In an automobile en & the matter of my being financially interested In abstract
route for; West Palm Beach where they companies will state that in an of your rigmarole. It U the only chargeyou
Counties Still to ,Make Re- will speak tonight on campaign issues make which I UNQUALIFIEDLY ADMIT. In 1900 Mr. Dearborn ran

in for nomination as Clerk both he and myself OWNED STOCK IN AN ABSTRACT Tomorrow Night) On the Politics And Will Not do Anything to Secure
ports-Reasons Assigned Improving Grounds COMPANY, his stock Is now held BY THE PRESENT CLERK

The Royal Palm gardeners are busy and I AM STILL IN POSSESSION OK MINE.! Issue of Con;$ itutional AmmendmentsA it Unless the Circumstances
the Official Report for the iI i at work trimming up all the hedges, The aboire is taken from an article which appeared In two of Miami'spapers ."

I around and about the grounds and put' on thfrjsth; and 6th lust. and signed by S. O. Fltts. Large Demand it-
In condition for cultivation j
Delays. Ing the shrubbery A little bit; of political history: I
and growth during the sum Crowd Should At-
mer. During ihe campaign of 1900. when the late Mr. Dearborn first ran for Time Alone Will !
Cferk. Mr FJtts very strenoously opposed Mr. QulmbT'now deceaseJ) who fleeting

-., Thy Now Wear HornsAt was at that time clerk o' the Circuit Court and candidate for re-nomination tend Determine.Chicago j I
T&1lahallee. Fla. May 11The census the regular meeting of the Elks' on the prouiids! that he. Mr. Qnlmby. owned stock in the abstract companyof 1 1It !

returns for;1905. given out today Lodge last night. H. Dale Miller and Robbins, graham and. Chllllngworth and as a result Mr. Dearborn was
for afl'counties In Florida, excepting Judge Willlan Stuart Hill were Initiated elected. g
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Dade.Escambla and Orangeshow the into the lodge and their names Mr. Dearborn took charge of the clerk's office en Tuesday,. January8th is announced that Governor N. B. May 11- A die atch to the
. white population of the State to be entered on the roll of those e.lTlbK-. 1901 abd appointed Henry J. Anthony deputy clerk. Some time during Broward who sillspeak In Weat Tribune from 8t Louis says that M:
lfc14.6S5. and black 24U70. making a to wander In the green pastures < f ; that week Mr. Fltts was appointed one of die deputies. In the courseof Pam Beach ton ht. will arrive her- C. Wetmore a personal friend of Win

total of 556.690. Elkdom.. three ortfpnr i months afterwards Mr. Fltts went to the hospital In Chicago tomorrow mornlni and in the evening Jennings Bryan had received a letter
.Theee"ftl'Urelllnclnde 135 persons of and after his recovery be returned to Miami, accompanied by the.late address the publl the Fair building from him In which he says: '
other races.- and ahow au increase A Farewell Reception Mr. Fay.J J on the subject of "Constitutional -I am satisfied that the things 'I
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since the federal .census In 1900 of Tonight at the Fair building the have been fighting for are growing
Amendments.
Mr. Fiy immediately-set about to make set of abstract books
up a
Fire but who will be the most availableman
of the Miami Depart
72590. members rd'is:
thjs .. Governor Brow: an Interesting
During time the Biscayne Bay Abstract Company was formed. .lth
The ,population of Jacksonville Is ment will tender a farewell reception audience should beat In 1908 can not be answered now.
debater and large
: 20.4 !Und R. C. Mr. Fay. MK Fltts and Mr. Dearborn as stockholders. AH of the work a I shall do :
given as 8S,301.Kej West to their first assistant chief, this which not anything to secure another -
II drawing off,the Jata and posting the books was done right In the clerks'sofflce. on hand to hear subject
Tampa exclusive of suburbs. 22,823. McGriff, who will leave shortly; ro. here of late ha caused such widespread nomination and do{not want It J
.and the office of the above abstract company remained there until
In explaining the absence of reports Los Angles Cal to make his future dlscusskn throughout the unless circumstances seen to demandIt.
.tom Escambla; Dade and Orange borne. Mr. McGriff. besides being an the volumecf the business assumed such large proportion, that larger from his of view. Time alone can determine." -
State denned point -
bad; to be secured and the rented office In a building
an
. counties, the official reports says: enthusiastic and Industrious member quarters company : I i
:The cause of the delay In Bscam- cf the department Is a popular favor opposite tb8:Court House. hiss Maude Peters who has been RUSSIAN PARLIAMENT,
bla county Is already well known. The ire with the boys, hence the fact that To show that Mr. Fltts was sincere when be said: "And every one the efficient bookkeeper In the depart CONVENED TODAYSt.
enumerator of this county has and the occasion will be made one long to knows our|{eltow-man's weakness for wishing to make.ai the money %e ment store of W. M. Bnrdlne the ,
Th and all those who received etc.. from the Clerk's will 'Heave.tonight for her
deeds
deserve the sympathy every one be remembered both by the recipient can. yotera put season I Petersburg May 11- The new
la bla series of misfortunes; first the and the givers. Once after; the organization of the Blscayne Bay Abstract. Company, will home In Dorcheler. Mass. Miss Peters council or Upper House of Parliament
yellow fever stopped Ala'work; .then I, n .remember (feat a little card was found In die envelope when 'you received has made many friends while her opened this afternoon with elaborate
after beginning again and getting well The Indian's Friend your document from the Clerk's omce. This card was a little modest ad.Yet'tllement.or who will regret her departure. Her ceremonies. t
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along with. fc the relUlt, f bla, en- t Mr. J. W. Stranahan of Ft. Lauderdale this company which THE PRESENT CLERK AND CHIEF position will be I filled by Miss Grace
tire work was destroyed,; In the, big| came down this morning and will DEPUTY fDMIT they STILL OWN STOCK IN. And shows now they Phelpa. j !SECRETARY BONAPARTE I..
fire In Pensacola'necessitating a new spend the day here on business. Mr. use a PUBLIC OFFICE to further the Interests o* a PRIVATE CORPORA
start from the beginning: his work Is 1 Stranahan has the unique -Jlsf inction oft TiON.1 The steamer Martinique, which will ON ROAD TO; RECOVERY

now being copied and made,ready to being about the only white man In the Nowgllf. Voter, can yon expect when you go to the Clerk's Office to arrive In port {tomorrow from Key
return to this offlce."In .- state who Is allowed by the Seminoles get the Information regarding property which abstract companies furnish West will bring]! a number of prominent Baltimore May 11- Secretary Bon
the case of Orange county the i to mingle,with them. He understands I for so much'per, and especially while the present Clerk and Chief Clerk are ladles of that place who are en aparte. of the United States Navy
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enumerator hid almost completed his I tbelraaguage quite well and they look I stockholders In an abstract'company* Can yon expect to get that Information route to northern points for the saw has so far recovered from his recent
work when be became afflicted with a upon him as a sort of a big Tale FaceChier ? 'And yet when you elect a man to the office of Clerk he assumes mer. A number ot them will visit Illness that he will resame his official
:. that completely Incapacitated Is- the !: would. him I here for a few days before proceeding duties In Washington within a fewdays.
mull)rtr and named him long ago sameposltion as be you employed aa your bookkeeper I'
him for further work; after Investigation I tahatka. HllUshawah." H pleases the, and ....henrlu[[ ask for certified- copy pt.n certain paper he should do It north. 1 IBAPTISTjS :
'disclosed the true cause of the Indiana greatly to have Mr. Stranahan j with as much promptness, without argument as be would If he was your -- ]- .

delay In this.casewe are fortunately. frees in their native costume and hunti j bookkeeper,!and you asked for the statement of an account of any customer ARE ISLAND CITY
able to enlist the'services of Hon. L. with them. I I you might have on your books. '

C,--1i eyIn straightening matter .__ __ __ I YouL-
--- -- -- ;the people, know that every word In this article Is true. You
oat. and through his kind and valuable. the people! by your vote DECLARED tn 1900 that no man could OWN

aid the work will Is being be in completed this offlce.rapidIf I PASTORATE LIMIT STOCK I*ABSTRACT COMPANIES and be CLERK of the COURT, too. IN CONVENTION NEWS AND; NOTESMAJOR
and soon
Therefore I ask you to consider my. ability, one who does not own
-been unable to get any |
trW have stock infftich companies and one who will be ever mindful of the fact I I II

report we have from taken Dade up county-the matter% as yetthouBh with the I CHANGE ASKED !I that If eyed. I would be,entering, your employ, and to serve you as an'mploye.


county Senator on and whose Representative recommendatloa from that the hllil 4 ,tJ t t I I "rptfj 1 J"OIp'AS.'JATJpON' ,. ; MISSIONARY ORGANIZATION OF AND MRS. PHILLIPS ENTERTAINED .

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enumerator was GGGjLUB-THE
I SOUTHERN CHURCH IS ASSEMBLED CARD
hope to have the matter In good shape t

;:.. I&I OIL Sidewalks BY ITINERARY MAJORITY REPORT COMMITTEE OF. THE OF r lip DJQAIN SHOWS SOME REASONS I I OPENING IN CHATTANOOGA S 1RVICES TODAY- THE FICERSPERSONAL KNIGHTS TEMPLAR NOTES'Metropol ELECT'OF' .-

'.! Improving '

a CThe Avenues sidewalks C'and on 14th D. are street being ImMunicipal beireea -". ...SOUTHERN Sa METHODISTS.. CON a HY.-BONDS.Y SHOULD O BOTTEI V I f '" ".

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ptoW. .dft' 44be'alrectfonfof <' .FEREN -AtBI'iIN HAM ) 1Edltor'Hdtropolist :

atreetysuperfatendent* t ,') il5. .:.... .;.: '" l, '1 H.1 t U 4 L Chattanooga lay 11- The Southern Bureau.10.D. '
Key West. Ma/
this
} Baptist Couve Uou met here
Offenders'There Nazlruk who has been an lnlpec.'or .
but three or four petty for It Ildy.llnt annual sea.sloe. -
were morning
offenders In the,municipal court this ,-'Blmhighanv May;::ii---Tbei"vener-' c=jjsat S&;' jasws-WEV, >- I*. --4 *- here to four New months Orleans bas! been transferred

morning,receiving. the usual.punishment abrrblshoprCOranberryrof! ."'Richmond '_- I wIlHsubmlt the following reasons why the proposed bonding issue In million-
The conveD on I. purely a Major and :Mrs. Phillips entertained
the tins they had commute ,the .the sum b $100.000 for municipal Improvements should
for ,Va .. occupied..a place on prevail: the Married Ladles Card Club Tuesday
on-
Judge Sanders preaided. ? ; platform and made a brief address at .+'-'-The feUjr: tax valuation .''1900 1538,872,'tax levy:20 mills which made sty organIZlU haTIng In charge at their quarter*. The large

the eisath day of the session of the 10857. [3 ly the home }ud foreign missionary veranda was enclosed j,with bunting .
:+t Mrs. S..B. Aultman and daughter general conference of the Methodist The JoJty tax valuation.in 1905 was $1,045,360. tax. levy 27 mills-which work of the cb rch. The meeting war and attractively decora ej with Japan :.
Mies Elizabeth!: were passengers oa .Episcopal Church. South today. :X* made n ,%%f. \ CJ}: called to order by the President DI. ese lanterns 41

last nlght'i train. -en, route to-.Weat ;:Bishop Grallberrri.urJ1'al makes (f One Hundred ThoUian'd Dollar Bonds, 30 years, bearing 5 per cent Interest, E. W. Stepbe .. of Columbua Miss The orchestra of the :Ninth Artillery
Palm Beaeh.* ,\VhUe there;lira. Ault- the entire eleven bishops 'present and .,based oq. reaeJlt T&1uatfon. means a'tax levyof 5 mils to pay the Interest Band played beautiful selections dIng -
man and'her daughter:wll visitherstater after devotional;eeryices conducted of$5.00( : early (UTfce:: increase of taxable"property as per yearly'average The address welcome was made by the game and while the guest

Mrs. Ben Potter; and brother by Dr. J,. S. Hutchinson of Baltimore for die tact five years, would make the following tabulation: Mayor W. L. FrIerson. were partaking of refreshments -

C3: A; WHlson., They will be gone a telegram of greeting was sent. the. First year i assessed valuation 1000000. levy 5 mills ........ ....eo.. $5,000 Rey. Lutbe Freeman of the First The tables were then removed and

about two weeks .- Southern Baptist Convention In session Second jar assessed valuation. $1,%50,000, levy 4 mills .._...... 5,000 Methodist Church. welcomed the vial- dancing war indulged In.The prtxeu
: at Chattanooga. Third yfsar assessed valuation $1,500,000. levy 3 1-3 .............. 5,000 tart on behalf of the relJgtow denom- were won by Mrs. Held. Mrs. Brown
: :Mr. L. ForneH. one of Dade's prosperous I The Itinerary committee reported today Fourth tear assessed valuation $1.750.000, levy 2 7-8 mills..,.... ... 5,032 : 6t7e. Mrs. Ward and Paymaster McCee U.
growers with a large farm at I on several memorials, among Fifth yealf assessed valuation $2.000.000, levy 2 1-% mills ...,...... 5,000 nations[ 0: th; eitl. Prelldcn S. :N. tMr.
Buena Vista arrived( In town this which were changing the length ,ofpastoratesby enl then delivered his formal addreaa. L )Martin of the firm of Gwyna.
; Judging( from the history of oar. ]
removal of put city there Is better prospect of
r: morning with a targe sited smile oa asking the this The con ventloh sermon will be preacher Martin &. Strauss, hasf accepted plan
assumption than
silent the four-year" Hmitandf t approvingthe proving true there was in the past five years. One
this
i bit face. The cause of afternoon and are receiving bide on their new
memorial on the six limit o: the greatest reasons, 1s that our city Is, and will be more stable and at- this bf ReV" W. L.
: asked and be'replied rear will be commenced
i merriment was factory' building
Us home this The minority report from'the same tractlvelto tourists who will Invest to a larger extent than In the past Thus Smith of RIctmond.. VL
t: that a boy arrived la In a short Whit The building .
creating a larger personal and real estate
extension to property.
the
morning committee opposed Is to be of ronc ks, 50x30: : inch
" ,4 ...:- six years. Ours::splendld sewerage, water, light together with clean-cut paved es. and will accommodate seventy-five
....New Filed NO concurrent report was made on streets and aidewalks; also with the Improved rail and water facilities In MRS. JEFFERSON DAVIS men. The building lato| be erected
Suits
n 1 Two Dew'autti were Bled today In the memorial requesting bishops to the near.;future. will most assuredly make the above statement become a I IS MUCH IMPROVED on Harrison street neir .the .new trust
appoint no preachers as presiding elders reallzecttact. .
.' One was by the factory. I
{: the A.circuit McDonald roUr Lumber Co.. vs. for a period longer than eight con Theft with a taxable valuation of $2,000,000 and a 5 mill tax for bonds j Jelfenon T. I}. Dickenson. manager of the
} Jjfc T Oratlgny. assnmpslt damages $ G.1 I It'CuUve'years., unless there be ex and 10 [mill tax for general purposes, would wipe out the $100,000 bonds in New York. May 11lrL Consumers Bottling Company has returned

1:w, mad. the other was that of Charles L. traordlnary conditions requiring enenappointment. less thaft' twenty years. Vote for the $100,000 bond Issue and save to themoderate" Davis who II been IlJ with grippe from a short hIp to Miami.Mrs. .

'WteUel vs. B. F, Lasseter *, Co. unlawful taxpayer as well as for the rich. several days t her apartments at the Sarah Sands. Miss May Sand
i' detainer. Thla;is only partly visionary but more the realistic common sense view GIrard Hote II reported much lm- and Miss Marie Lei left on tbt
;, .." FOUR. TRAINMEN to take,l O. D. SAW1NIEGAL teamer'Clinton for a pleasant visit
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Z.O KILLED IN WRECK Ii:.': -- --- proved today
.. I to Tampa
That Police Wagon -
The police wagon which was decided ; 5 On last Thursday evening at the
,' upon by the city council, has not been I .Lvnchburg, Mav 11-Four trainmenwere PAPERS: FILED FOR RECORD CARL SCHJRZ 1 :Masonic Temple the Baron Command
killed and four injured In' a collision :No. 3. Knights Templar elected
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t ordered yet owing to designs ree.neV EYING CRITICALLY ILL ry.
? ed from several manufacturers bar:I on the Norfolk fc Western Railway g the following omcer for the ensolnffr.SlrKnight
here today. -
near term:
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; In failed to arrive. The wagon ordered
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will be covered .and wp to,date m I New Yor May 11- Carl Schur; Eirteent Comman Emil "
f.' la every respect :I FUNERAL DRIVERSGO Warr.nty deed. Birdie S. Dewey and Satisfaction of mortgage, estate of I former seer tlry of the Interior, II'' Arner.flenerallRSlmo. .
t OUT ON ,A STRIKE I husband;,to Sam. B. Cabe for $75. 2 .1% !I'Jos. Jefferson to Ceo. Zapf et aL critically III here but was reported Sir Knight John J. ".

* Rates to Barbeque -- 1 acres i :!ectlon 22, tp. 45, south range|I I Satisfaction of mortgage Jos. Jefferson th!. mornlu to be resting quietly. He Delaney .
'v On account of the harvest home pic- New York Mar 11- .Se eral hundred 43. easts!] to Ceo. Zapf et aL II 'Bultering nom a stomach ailment Capt. General Sir) Knight Mervyn u'
- funeral drivers went on a strike. Deedt. E. C. Railway Co.. to J. D.Tnrnerlfor subject C. Buckey. ;
the"growers to which h bas long been
!Je and barbecue to be given by Mortgage deed George Zapf and
shorter Sir Knight L. W. BetheL
today !or more wages and $80. ten acres In section condition Prelate
Fort his II
at The
and commission men wife to Bernhelm Distilling Co.. for physlcl nI lily
hours. 4. tp. W: south, range 43 east 1'It Treasurer. Sir Knight Wm. P.Kerr. .
., Lauderdale on the 19th IDlt..rthe F. $20.000. Iota 1. 2 and 3, block 2, Weal very critlca I .
Warranty deed. H. P. McGinley to
,_ has announced thatIt Palm
E. C. Railway MIami CRASHED INTO STREET CAR; Thos. BdHilliard for $450& lots 15 and Beach. Recorder. Sir Knight M. L. Hell raga i
I win put on reduced rates from Satis action of Dade County ated that New York City .;
KILLED TWO PERSONS 16, blopft!' CO. Llnton. mortgage -I Ia estl Senior Warden. Sir Knight HarryA.
: on the south and Lauderdale Fort Pierce for Deed,!\Esther C. Gray and J. M. Al- Security Co. to K. J. FraIler et tact over "OOOOOOOOOOO gallons oti Stacy. 'I/ '
on the north to Fort Clarence T. for 82,000: ux. i luter daily n consequence of Il.'akage.Iln Junior Warden Knight Marcy ::
Wright
the 19th and 20ti. A circular of In- fhattanoopi. May 11An incoming manJ (JO, ..
s strnctlons will be issued at once and train on the Chattanooga Southern lots 5 and 6. block 7.West Palm Beach. Deed. P. W. White to Susie O. almost nY other city the toIlS of B. DarnalL / air I
|:- the rates have not been a. Railway struck a street car this morn- DeeitojClarence; T. Wright to Ether White for $S and other considerations, i 0 uh a qua Ity of water as that would The newly elt'ete were Installed
though will be entirely Ing. Two men were killed andanother C. Grtfj for $2.000 lots 5 and 6, bk. lots 42 and 47. \Thlte' re-snbdlvlslon ; :.e a real 1 13rdshlp. But New ,York by Past Eiqlnent Commander
It Is said they
i'nounced. Palm Beach. of block 26, Miami. never had flinch use for ...... Joseph! Y. Porter.
,, satillfactOry.to' .. er probably fatally injured. 7. '
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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS ,I Matting, Oil Heaters, i


DAILY AND WEEKLY

PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY '-. .
BY THE & and Furniture U LI


MIAMI PRINTING COMPANYB. I DAIS


Will be Sold at Reduced Prices for.
B. TATUM. Pre S. BOBO DEAN Sec.-Treas thirty days I __ .
'! In the selling ot asset u weD sate
-_ other things.- U'. the quality of our
MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS ,: meats that wing new friends and P-
I Irons very day. (By the way hare fOG
J. W Watson ever tried'us oh an order for rout
Miami.Fla., second-class matter : : Avenue D
Entered at the Postoffice at as I beau We offer the bet nortda and
.- I. Western,beet tc be Dad

SUBSCRIPTION RATES : ; B. Dane Prop.Our
One year..., .e..........;..f5.00 One Month..,.,.!,":....$ .43' .
Six Month....,... .. ...,.. 2.50 One Week...*.?...... . .10 I
ThreeJ011th.1.25. Weekly. perYear.....,.. .. 200
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,FRIDAY MAY 11, 1906

.c.NOT' FULLY APPRECIATED.It I now a matter of history and we !feel 1 as if we ought to thank out custom-

j ers for the fine business we had. Tis true we sold goods at awfully low

Is difficult for one to appreciate fully the almost,miraculous way lu but that is
prices our motto. Carry no goods over -rom season to season
which Miami is forging ahead and crowing Into a great city' This U more ,
applicable to the itay-at home folks, who lee the march of'progres day by I and to reduce r stock matter what tljiey cost. Practically all our goodsare
day and therefore do not realize its rapidity, but were they to to away,a fn
months and return a truer conception of how the city Is developing couldbe >$ now back to the old prices, but in some few lines where we, are still

bad There and'Is appreciated.no'disputing the fact that Miami Is growing as fast as money, overstockedhave decided to continue sacrifice prices until stock i lowered

men and building can make It Into a city. It Is not a boom streak of pro r t, .
lieu either,* but a steady onward march that has characterized It from j i .
the beginning ten years ago. ,
A bird's-eye view of or a trip around Miami will make the fact that It Men's fine clothing suits we sold for We are badly overstocked In men's pants
,1s of such youthful age,Teem Incredltable. On every hand there will be I i fifteen and eighteen dollars to close $ 13 50 and we offer 6.00 and 7.00 Paragon pants $5 00

found costly buildings 'both resident and business, and there are blocks: them out at. . . . . . . the >est line made In the U. S. for .. .. ,
after blocks that hare already been built up solidly with.tract-ureu.mag

nificent': and substantial as can be found In the State. Not only this, but j A broken lot of suits In small sizes. Our line of four 4.00. 4.50 and 5.00 pants for. .3.50
the public Improvements of the city and Us rations. upto-date utilities, ap 33, 34 and 35. Worth $10 and 12, $6.90 t

, peal at once to the realization that Miami Is even now one of the leading to close at. .. . . . . All < 3.50,325 and 4.00 pants for... ..$3.00
communities in Florida i f fur r"
For this.wonderful progress and unmistakable evidence of 'cpntlnance
the reasons are conclusive. The first Is that Miami is so'geographically f fBig "
I and!
and commercially"situated to warrant development; the second that It was We cleaned. out our shoe stock in very good shape have .but these few to offer.at cut prices:
founded and given an impetus by a man who has succeeded In his every at j f
tempt In life-* man of means, brains and progressiveness aDd''tblrd,be line of ladies, shoes and oxMen's Shoes Men's
i Shirts
cruse it Is populate. by a people of thrift and energy who came here to j fords in white canvas, duck kid : .
take advantage of the inducements that were offered and afforded them. 'jj II A few men's shoes in Packard's 1150 Men. shirts aboRt we still
The man who labors to,succeed himself, will in doing so lend his quota InaeupbuD4lns'of 5.00 white calf skins oxfordsnow. ("t 95 and fonr dollar. Walk-Over and Geo. have a few of the Manhattan and
...... ;..... .............. E. Keith's 3.50 and four I dollar. Sizesbadly al Palms left Worth,$ ROS
his town or community. Progressive ,men make a progressive '
J 3.50 white canvas oxfords to close .-.........
town.' Therein lies the secret of Miami's great development i now:....................-., ..$2.95 .. .broken......... .To...dose....f I Iat ....$2.95 60 or ashirts worth/= .25.E
Little more eau be said. The future of our city Is assured.' Peopleof 1,2.SOwhltecannoxford. $1 1.95 > $1.50, to close at...... .......$I.00.
the right kind and calibre are invited ,to,come In and grow up with It, now.........,..........,..... About thirty pair of$2.50 and a few pair
il 1.50 white canvas oxfords 3.00 shoes,most all i IC Bps Skirt Waists
but those who have no object or purpose In life save idleness and worthlessness ....... ...... .. ... $1 1.35 $ MSt p.( 3O. per ct
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- ,AN UNWARRANTED DEMAND. It will be a pleasure on our part to have you call and look oar stock and prices over. Our store is

1 large, plenty of air space and always cool] and comfortable' during the summer months. E ery one says
x There Is unJyer sympathy tor San Francisco over Its great misfortune, it is trade All '
1 j' a pleasure at our store. goods marked i in plain figures and strictly one prise to, all.
but the proposition to use the Government's credit to aid the property own .
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en of the derailed city has not been favorably received and snouU; not
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be. The Chicago Tribune says:
"The request-of certain property owners In San Francisco tor the use

.of. -, the National and- -Impudent credit-: In The rebundlng.'Populist, to farmers the extent of' the of South$200.000,000 and West Is Indefensible ap ]I "We sell the best ,that moneyran buy; We want the world to know Jtf

- pealed to the Government for loans In the day of their 'distress and met a .
r prompt refusal. No one dreamed that the solid men of flan Francisco would
copy::after them., It.Is ,not Intended that the money, U_obtained, snail
be used for the relief of physical suffering-to'feed.the hungry, to cloths
the naked, or to shelter the bomeleu. It is a request that money be advanced
i to owners of city real estate to enable them to rebuild." [The; Anthony Romfh %
'"WJI1lhou1d the Government assist the real estate owners? There Company
are many people In this country who donot own any real estate, but they'
;t sn not uklq for aid from'the Government. ,The O1I'1Ief'of.real: ,estate
In San Francisco Is better off than the man who Is too poor to own any an1I I "
where. As the Tribune puts It: In what respect do the San'Francisco _:, '
capitalists who wish to'get mOney at about half the current rate differ from "
the ordinary man who has security to offer? Every!: man-who has collateral
for,a loan must be-considered In a certain sense a capitalist 'The, need
;- of the San Francisco capitalist" may be greater, but the need of any'owner
Of real" estate In'that 'city Is not one that appeals to the public Imagination. Do You Want Leaky House?
.',_ Even If the land Is' Incumbered and there Is no equity left in It. the
situation of the owner Is not desperate. His need may be greater than It
was before the earthquake and the fire but relatively to the necessities of
,Ttifnimn of his feD -cltJseu." ,In .an parts of the country 1C Is not great I, '
The Government should not go Into the business of mortgage banking I
for.dtlln The Ocala platform of the'Popmltats demanded that the Government .
should make loans on farm lands and products. The San Francisco:
real estate owners are making.substantially the same 'proposition.We If so we can do nothing for you, butIf

should like to own.a few acres of* ,real, estate In the heart of,the burned
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city. It would not occur to us to ask for a Government loan on It. There -
11 sympathy, u bas been demonstrated for the homeless and foodless of $
.. Trlsco,- but" the line win,have to be drawn at the real estate Speculators yon want au absolutely water-proof residence, business block or a building of anj: kindwe

who are"asking for Oo1'ernment'aid' to Improve property that,Is worth as will be clad to show you a water proof artificial stone that is the best on the market

rowing' : : : We will demonstrate to you that water can 'b 1 4 poured over the facing of our stone

on slight'excuse or'without reason. and will stay thtre until evaporated by the sun, with not the least bit of absorbment by the <

Only four days more. No one 'can tell what win happen'except that stone. It is not healthy to live in a damp house,'I therefore protect the health of yourself] 4

a an the candidates for office: can not be nominate. and family and build a stone house. Plaster can beput on this stonethus saving the expense

of lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone will not crack or peal. We also deal in
,The Tanahassee True Democrat gives this bit of aJvlce to Its readers
v that Is fun of wisdom and common'tense: "Reader you have a few days yet Cement. :' : DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A CHANCE TO BID

before the primary election; Investigate fully, and we are sure yon will ,,
t find who of your candidates have your general welfare most at heart. You
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'know the men and their methods; vote Intelligently and vote in Jour own
Interest which Is the Interest of the whole people." i

G, "It takes a lot of pounding to drive a nail'In the dark."-Italian proverb. .
The Art Stone
And It.about as practical: : asto, run a business without advertising! -or'to CqnstructioyCoOffice
rely upon hit or.miss" advertising in trying to drive prosperity nails. It .
A takes a lot of "advertising" of "anyold-kind" brand to keep a business en- I
terprise off the rocks-It takes but a fraction of as much of the clear-headed,
reasonable kind of publicity to spell success. as it does of the mixed and
t purposeless klnds-;'some good some worse than bad-some.really harmful- and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D.I "Look for the Turn in the Wall"
t- The"only kind of advertising that costs in the "drlve-a-nail-ln-the-dark" kind
-real.newspaper advertising does not cost; It pays. ,
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Seymour & Atkinson .
Attorneys and f :'

Counselors At Law. ;
cUlBttMtiMtadrnptmcUedmaUcoMU, FOR III Needs
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Room S,.6,7,Frissell Bid;.,Miami

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; 6. A. Worley No matter where you go, when you go, or comfort} to be p o- .' ;$
visioned properly with clothing and furnlshi. This store
''I Attorney, at Law To N. 6AUIR Is amply prepared to supply every want III this connection-with the essentials and

310}. Twelfth St. Miami. Florida all the lesser "fixings" and at prices consistent with good,quality. For Instance ti .

Geo. M. Robbins I :

Attorney Titus and vtiu.n CounselorAt A. Outing Suits L'


Win practice an Covta Law Sat u4 F.l..' FOR .1 Smart, stylish things in genuine homespuns, blue, black and gray serges and flann !Is.'f'f

-, superbly made, ready to put on and wear, and they will wear, $5.50 $650, $8.00. $10 j

Hudson & Boggs


Townley Attorney Building at Miami Law Florid' TAX (COLLECTORMr. ( Negligee Shirts.i. i :t tA


8CAOOS. particular extensive and choice assortment In all the new fabrics. 40C up to (.00 .
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Offle wltl...0.-....,..., .
r MddMM MU KnlcoruflTt Underwear, Hosiery, ,Neckwear, Headwa. tAll
C: Gautier has had the.office only one term .
MIAMI.j rLOBlD.L" I sold at tempting: prices; for best grade goods .i 'J

Dr. James M. Jackson., Jr: ,and has given general)satisfaction and according Your honest dollar will alway. find an honest bargain here. j jI.


Office C or Ier'12 calid SL.u4 Are..BOpposite to all Democratic usages slid principlesis i I. i


Ifars3u4eadlte8am.DR .' entitled to a second nominati :
1 R W. Rhodes' .
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OfflM: Room. I and 4 .
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Hours 10 a.m. toll m. .. I to I'p.BBMtdence J ,. ,. 1T
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W. C. Maynard, 1
GRADUATKOPTICIAN E1k I -k !4
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IAawtfanumcaud 11 milM wMttk l of F I. Bnck.oa Wg.at and iscounts. ........... ...:;..................;.$422,070.60
Lot Coaat Caul.aro.gth. pl.uppish. ;
Good IaI4I u4....IIq.wl.t e r.aiag tarc aM-.of Oc 8o IlaUl1q..tknDlray. I1ori4a.. ; Overdrafts, secured....,...................-.-............... 18,747.78
.Florida :SAN.FRANCISCO
5 -y U.-8. Bonds, and premium.... ........ ................. 71,000.00 i

. A..W. Graham, rrq Other stocks and Bonds................................... 41000.00
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| Contractor Bud Builder Hpn:: :J. 'W. ,Watson .A Candidate Banking House....................".................',....... 50,000.00 '

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$: ll.at.tlfmno lI sioscosa *iuaUted.yo.r work.5ra4 ml ..pcIIiW..tl..Poi mou4 Cash in vault of'................. ........:.......:...:..... 47,758.83

,, eeu,1,caUos..P.o.tIoa61"1aaU'Ia.
Among the most important offices to be filljfd in the approaching $725,235.13
Expert Typewriter: primary and election will be that of a Representative to the State Leg- I
" islatnre. It is an office that should be occupied by a man possessingmore .' ..> Liabilities i.
, : Repairing than the average; ability of a clerk, business man, or professionalman. : I
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':'; fV. C.. 'PRESTON' Such a man should possess the highest'personality; possible for Capital.........i a.-......:....... .........:./.......'........100000.00
St. P.O., .Box 311
t 304 9th
r if! ,' much. depends upon the appearance,-conduct and. ability cf making and, Surplu and undivided profits ........:..:.............. 6,766.67

:: Emil A. 'Ehmann retaining fi lends. He should be.a Man well*ersed in parliamentarylaw National Bank Notes... ................................. 52,000.00 ;I
and rules and should be fully acquainted W a general manner with

conditions that will arise and confront him duHng his term ot office or DEPOSITS...................... ........................566468.46
, Architect the time that the Legislature is in session, and} above all he should be
:s West Palm teaoh Florida a man clearly conscious of his duties, who gill accept and treat the I I $725,235.13 '
x. office as a trust, not his, butofthe people. Hjfjj should be a man above I I
' Merritt&KolbRed reproach, and .one that will do his duty as he sees and believes it at
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, Estate, .Rentals* etc.t'.stata Honorable 3. \V. TTatson has profitted btfexpenence-that great The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and new very
MaaagedATC. teacher-as representative from Osceola c put,, and made a !most favor consistent with sound banking deas, and every accomodation in ping

", .. C. near 12th St. Miami. Fl*. creditable record as a public servant and a Florida lawmaker. He has with their balances and financial standing.Wm. ,
been successful in. business, and by which wevmust; judge as much as kf'
DR. E. M. LAW any other qualification his ability to serve theJ t>eople. I .:
_ A resident of Dade county but two years >tr. Watson has.shown an
t. DENTIST interest in its'elfarc'and progress such as i pw other men have. He I!

J'. ..Finlej has proven himself a good citizen and in every' manner.is fitted to do I M.. Drown. President Geo. R. 6omph. C ashierP'
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: Artistic,Work Thoroughly certain that his duty will be well done.'iliami Metropolis, March ,
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; ';; i: curing the session. of I legislature of 1901, Non Hudson Burr.introduced. in the House of Representati es a bill) fixing railroad i fates at.

;' "':' ", '; .71liI. three cents per mile in this State.. The bill was properly referred to the Committee on Railroadhearing and ;Telegraphs.* here, after
-" ;.: ": evidence and careful* l consideration* the committee reported the bill back to the house, "That t do not pass When the bill
-M1 came.up on its second reading the Chairman of the Committee moved .to indefinitely) postp e the bill! a; was the custom for the Chairman -
,,;,1' of any committee to do when the committees report was against the passage of the bill* Hesta'ted. among ;:other things, that the
.?;;, railroad Commission ,was at that very time' considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents perk mile. That the railroad Com _
i '::1.:: ;!Di sion"did not wish t legislature to interfere, and further stated that if the rate was fixed at 3 cents.the one thousand mile book which
"' ": ''was then sold at $25.00 could be sold foE;$30.00: and further stated that the Committee had reason to believe that if the rate was

Nk;; fixed at three cents p mile by statute l liw an effort would be made to repeal the law. creating the railroad commission, on the grounds,
; ;.. that as the law.had fixed the rate the commission would have nothing to do.Vith this report from the House Committee, who had "
i; -"' :.1 made: the investigation, and other information before me. I took the position that the railroad commission would fix the rate at three
; cents, when it would stand the test of the courts, as the U.S.Supreme Court had long since decided that ail quasi corporations was entitled -
""ry to a reasonable interest on their investment, and. not knowing what the investment, receipts or expenses were I preferred to leave it
?. with the J people who did know and who had been elected for that purpose, so voted against the bill. \Vhe the bill came up in the Senate
.' ,:'. a big majority of the Senators evidently jihought as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote 9f iSto 10. Senator Carson of
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>, ,: ,, Hon. J. M. Bryan was a commissioner at that time, voted against the bill, and I am sure he did so because he thought it should be left

;;: to the commission and that he had reason to believe the commission was then considering the question 'I .In Senate Journal page 999.
-...... ')'I Hr ft :N:; ; Senator Baker of the 20th district (and more honorable man never lived) gives this explanation; of this vote: .;
: :-. :' "Mr. President: My position on !;Much questions as this is a matter of record and well known to aU. I have helped to enact into.

!": '>,il' law a .measure that delegates full power |6 a Commission elected by the people, whose duty it is to pass u on all such questions. I leaved

;" -1 !:,!" the responsibility with the commission, and shall vote to indefinitely postpone the bill.,'" ,
/ )1., .. ; As further evidence that my position was the correct one. we find the rate was afterwards fixed at three cents and mileage
( ::>. books kept at two and one half cents. 1" .
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'k ;ab .. I regret very much to be forced into a newspaper controversy but as some few political agitators a curbstone politicians seem to
I '. ('. Y have nothing to do but walk the str..ets1tnd endeavor to array "one class of citizens against another and &re endeavoring to injure me in -

:; my race for Representative, I have written the above, but I promise not to pay any further attention to them. .
'," C If any man',wants to,"know'my position i i either in the pastor at present upon any public will gladly tell him, but I ask .'

.. -:'. ;. ", them not to take the statement_ of my political enemies mltter'1| .
; /. : I shall leave the matter with the people. They know me, and they know my opponent so vote for your choice and I will be satisfied
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.. '! Thirty years ago. at the age of swin Mr. Dlmick u county treasurer to
:: i years Eugene H. D1mIe came toDade fin the nnexplrej term of J. !. La-
;,, '...- ., county, and :with his parents mond. resigned. That same faD k*
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relatives, settled Palm
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rr was reelected la 1800.Mr. /1/ "
; In 1881 his family removed! to North : Dimlck waa not apla cu4J. I
GEO: A.' WORLEY I Carolina where he attended] the com date for omce until he was induced
t : mon schools near their h moo and by a committee comopsed of the representatives
where his father died compelling him of the labor 1mkIDa aadothers t
Candidate For RepresentativeMR. to give up further schooling In order to become a candidate far
to go to work to aid his mother In the county commissioner from the llsrniij
I support of himself and two younger Commissioners' District, at the last
sisters. I Democratic Primary la Dads coat 4)-):
His first work was driving teams on and was elected by a Catering ma.
the mountain roads between Highlands jority. r ||
North Carolina and Wallahalla For nearly slzten month Mr. DlmlSouth .
WORLEY has never held public office. He h& never aspired to Carolina. A year later, his Ick has served as county commlaaioB- I
; political position of honor, though prominent In Democratic politics mother died, and with his listers h. er. how well he has served and with
:V V ever since he became a resident of Dade County, ten year,|ago, and there Is since returned resided.to Dade county wh r. Imposed what Interest Is well and known fidelity In to his the district trust ,
:' not 'a place from Stuart to,Homestead, where his voice Has not been heard When the town of West Pflm Beach>> and throughout the county and aeeda )
:' In advocacy of Democracy and Democratic principals a Mr. Worley is a was first Incorporated iSugene H. no encomiums here. Sums It to
Dimick was elected on the) first city that If elected
say Clerk of the Circuit
of ability,with few equals ard no peers. As an orator he stands ;
lawyer pre- council where he served ,lth credit Court. the citizens of Dade will hate
\" eminently in the first rank of those of our fair State, and |s a man of persistent 10 himself and to the com nnity. ,In him an official who will not only .!Ii
t and dogged tenacities he has no superior. He Is affable and agreeable \. little later he was a delegate to be competent and courteous but perform $
V. the convention at West Palm Beach I the duties of the position with
VV at all times; possesses a personality that attracts and [$ins: friends, and e d'rh! declared; against the onventlon the fidelity and careful attention that '
which alone would make him a power In Legislative haws. A better man e*V fem ',f nominations an in favor: has been a characteristic of his service 1"

than Mr Worley could not be found.-Miami Metropolis.! of In primaries.1S9S Governor Bloxham .| has ever in every held.position of trust heappolntej

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. :Price that make Everything For The House the price that jr mak \


our goods popular our goods popular

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' i;"'; Mr. and Mrs. C. F. .Forsytl, who
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Most AiiyDAI y ., w 4a.. the winter season have moved into "POf"II iLci :
their residence on 14th street recently
Embalmer
t. Undertaker and vacated by Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Meredith. i

'' ,everybody's Main* for .
,, a 1300 AVENUE D I'jj i't : 'I soft drink. Alt others i..ake ,.,

? ", '- ',,'1 RESIDENCE, 210*7th STREET ;\r Bring your wife to the meeting ot "Fop but they At't.n make i
t.. ., farg ;' : J : u t ) the Bachelor's Club In the Auditorium
'i Friday night and thereaTter you will ,
>; ___ __ ____ be a hen-pecked husband Jr
Is apt to be one on which never "Cascade"Ginger -

\--t you"win have to"piichIietWLDING Mews Jiies I ) Messrs. F. B. Stoneman and J. D. //r) 1
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I X-pO ? \ 'I'Glrtman, returned where they last night went from the Jacksonville first r .f- ., I Ir

part of the week to attend the Masonic
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conclaves held there. They reporta
;' i Miss Rosebud Girtmaa. who has Remember DNa Rlbon Vanilla Extract -I I l SMOKINQ'rHAT
large and interesting meetIng STOP
been visiting friends In Jacksonville,I I Is absolutely pure and so highly I very, I
since the first part of the week; returned concentrated that you get perfect : PIPE R Rand d
We are the exciyeiv ktUera
.. last night Bulls by using only a small 1'8-1 Knights of Pythias. Elks Odd-fel of -Cascade" lit jUlIa territory.There try one of our high grade Msrma

f .Summer rates at tbe Rutherford I I Mr. J. C. Meredith fn charge of the I lows Red Men Masons; and all lodges are a lot of glaiera alee Martinez Cigars which we I are catl
Boarding House %%3, Ninth (treat.REAL ., extension operations was a passenger i should have delegates at the Auditorium but none to compare with"Ca.ade" ...
.t \ GIFT I on last night's:i itraln bound for Jacksonville I Friday night, to attend the meeting a 1 sure yes get ing for only S. cents Dent buy poor
: j i of the Bachelor's Club. Send "Cascade" and nospecial wlutltrb the beet such ae'we
ESTATE. MRS. MCALLIS- where fee goes to confer with I I cigars buy keep* ;
j!' TER-BECK. the officials of the road. i your working teams there for pointers "' '
'" I on Initiating. Mall order given attentles for they cost, no more thud, what tferlor .>
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.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Wheelei BROSSIER Means Safe Investments''I grades coat Try
.' ;;, left last night for Tampa, where they *&. BROSSIER means sore Intr.aoe.nh
: .O J AcmeBottlingWorksMIAMI. : one of our S cent elgaretoday after e1a..1 I
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a Husbands gojtp the Bachelors' Club '
: fives of Mn. Wfceeler. meeting Fridai'inlgbt in the auditorium I At the home of Mr.-and Mrs. R. J. i and we are poelthre'j!1 y- wilt

g.Well be'ready for you when and learn:rHow to be happy Maglll. on Youth Street, Miss 'Ethel FLORIDA i become a STEADY CUSTOMER.HAVES d
Ithe: day comes with the right The Gantler tionse win be open tor though married" I Clancey entertained a number of her Sixth Street Wee ,f the loe Factory, K
( the summer at summer rates. Airy friends Thursday evening :at cards r_ _
'>- at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON rooms and fine cuisine. Neal traveling and a few hours delightfully spent '
Mr. H. B. freight NOTICE
Among those present were Misses
,
agent of the Southern Epress Co., is a The annual meeting stockholders
Ruby Lasseter Gertrude Tice, Dot o. ..
i, Broesler wants w list your property business'visitor4-In, town today. Be of the Anthony-Roma -
1v ; Stout, May Worley Sadie Kolb Joe Co.. win be
!will leave tonlgh't for his headquarterii Clancey, Messrs. John Worley. James held June 1. 1906. at the office of the
r Dr." and Mrs. Wetzel. who have been II in Daytona. *sj Gilman, Fred Rand,,Wm. Cotton Laps- company, 228 Twelfth street Miami
living at Cocoanut Grove for the pact I Kl ley,Kelley, and Mr. and Mrs. Maglll. Fla.. for the election directors and I''
seTeral months, have'moved: back to I Bring your husband 10 tae auditorium Refreshments In abundance were served such other business as may come be8ecr. The Cigar'Man
their 14th street home. 1 I Friday night to the meeting of during the evening. fore the meeting.W. .
the Bachelor's .Club and let the J
; poor mel Rodgers. BISCAYNIOTo
JEWELER and OPTICIANSNext Six lots with 250 feet riparian!I fellow, laugh at ;the other hen-pecked Husbands, bring your ,mothers-in- May 10. 1906. I I" .. ,OPPOSITE HOTEL, .
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rlg ta. Wilson A HuddlestAn. '
to PoetoWce MiamL Fler da I I husbands. law to the Auditorium Friday nightto
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Picture trtn.es made to oraer. The I ci, the meeting of the Bachelor's Club. Parents: School 'will Soon'' Oiitl:
Racket Store. :Mr. T. J. Hrdee. one of the candidates Ton've got to- get square with her ,bet 1
'for the office of county tax collector some way, so bring her, the Club will
,Mrs. E. G. McAIIbter-Bed returned-!:this morning from a do the rest =THC eillHSBlMSSlllllllBSSSBSSSMSllSilHSHSBSSBMSliSMSCMSlSlllll BSIllllMiBV
- Mr.: M. A. Marshall, one of Danla'iprominent tourS the i H '
campaign ,: through county --
business men came don and reports that things look and sound I Miami
this morning and will spend the day favorable him. Young men, go to the Auditorium Conservatory of Music
Real Estate! looking after business matters. very ,Ito Friday night and attend the meeting

*.. 8ROS3IER ill collect yew rents o: the Bachelors' Club. Too will Will hold a special Summer term .May Est, to Avgvst 1St.."!. VMIit '
GROVES. COTTAGES. ETC. MRS. get Inside tips that will save you a .
Rentals InsuranceOffice McALLISTER-BECK. vast, amount of suffering In the future Plane, Kindergarten and Prima Musle. Call or,write for particulars
Special private lessons In dancing If you are contemplating matri and terms JA fine opportunity the .young fotka.\ PrsictieeiPlanoa 4
for ladles and"thildren only Wednesday suppllsd'free. '
For Rent Small fumUhed boar mony.. ,, REQISTER EARLY
and Frida/vefternoon at 2 to 5, ,the _.
,z. FRANKLIN '
: tta cbett Bldg. '. on.Boulevard. AddresalBox.TU. .' Dancing HilL -' COLEUAN BUSH. Directer.FOR ,.121 TwetftII Street ._
Cocoanut sprouts for sale atMallBoat JUSTICES SUPREME COURT '

*-. SuIte"No.;2. 320 f-Z; 12th St ,.,"' .r Dock. ,. ,ran. Mr. A. K. 4lk ItcMnllen, representing *-"ILls''Justices very'"James gratifying v f-'.-to Whitdeld'the friends anaCharles's. RAILROAD; ,' COMMISSIONER.

tbe commission': house of Sllgh and Parkhill to learn from every
sheriff at
Mr. P.' H. Roper.-deputy
Company, of Jacksonville, was a passenger I
Dante who was here yesterday on thi : section of the State that these youngFloridians II-
on morning's train returning
will get almost a solid vote
business connected with his office
returned Tallahassee, Fla> ,
to headquarters in FortLUderdale. March C. 190C
Justices of the Court of
to his home last night. or Supreme My Dear Sir:
ED0MOFFATSDaisy g, | Florida This Is aa It should-, forthere ft .
I will be a c mdidate for re-election as Railroad Commlssioaer la tke
two beter examples orIfmade
David Brown Candled Popcorn. Wives let lour poor husbands go ,,- never men.was and It It generally conceded Democratic Primary to be held May 15. |II|

to the meeting the Bachelors' Club that they should be given a full Out of FITS candidates offering, for Railroad Commlslsoper In the
six lots with' 250 f..t'-- riparian spring of 1902. IJw.. the
Friday night and bear the heartrending term for this is Democratic and In only one that Issued a PLATFORM anaoaactaaT 1
Lunch rights. ,Wilson A Hnddleston. experience of some other ben., recognition of their faithfulness ana the policy for which I stood and would work for If elected. The revolt of
pecked husbands. efficiency during the short time they the Democratic Primary of July 15th, 102 was my election by aa overwhelming
i Mr.. Byron Lasseter. of the firm of tsp. have been on the Supreme Court bench majority. This I took, not as a tribute to myself but M evidence

The ,Miami Grocery Company, went HOMIER, (insane ESTATE. >Every friend of these gentlemen Is that the people 0 ; Florida approved my platform, and meaning what I then
:Everything including up to Danla last night,on social bus ft** urged to see to It that all qnallfleA said, and knowing:1 that,the people endorsed my course. have striven from
new Ine...- t that day to this tcarry out PLATFORM '
Dr. J. M. Jackson, Jr, and little persons vote, marking their ballot my PLEDGES. It I ,_ ,
this thus: In 1902 I pledged myself to use every honest effort la mj| power ta>
daughter Ethel returned mornIng -
the sate-Mercantile
the .building, making For business la from Bmn :on, where he was called OC Charles R Parkhlll. bring about reductions in FREIGHT and PASSENGER rates!I 1 over tae ."

good location: $503 la cash. Address. by the seriousj;;Illness of his father,I ;X J. B. TOhltfleld.G. GREAT TRUNK |JNE9 AND SYSTEMS OPERATING In our State, static

't and 'neatest, .din-.. ,P.,O. Box 225.;'J am1. Fla. whose conditionIs now reported much'' at the same time that we must recognise that some of the smaller railroads -
were not aftle to stand such reductions I also BO far
improved.The promlsejij aa ;
f tag room in the city. Two furnished cottages for rent'to I' M. VINCENT lay In my power to prevent any violation of the law. or the granting of
November'1. J'. 'H., Tatnm. A:Co. of social will special privileges]and preferential freight rates to Individuals crtj' localities
Boys Woodcraft
be held at Mathers';; Hall, corner'I (; Physician'and Surgeon at the expense of others. The fight which I made In Floridalj Ifor lower .
AN IDEAL PUCE 'repreeentAti PASSENGER FARES Is so well known, that It Is
T. A. Pearce, the a of Second street(and Avenue D, tonight needless for me to dwell
TOR LADIES Bllgh and Company, with his headquarters at 8 p.m. All tfoltlng members of the I Female Diseases a Specialty upon it In'this letter. Passenger rates have been reduced on art the trunk
at Delray spent yesterday In town order most cordially Invited to be l, t'/ ., line roads In the State except on one, the L. ft: N. I
OB business and,returned Ibis. mornIng present Members are requested to Residence21414th St. On the first day of October, 1902. the dal took the qa11a of office to fin

Not Connected with a selMa ."to Delray. -. be..,.on hand aij6:30 p. m.John Office: room 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bldjr.JSQUITU out the unexplred1'| of _.. Day. I participated In a hearing atw,, :Mch the
:, Hendry. I Atlantic Coast Line and the Seaboard Air Une railroads were [summoned

'- For el'IDe furniture'Inela6tog Vice Commander.'For I .TO;;<. to show cause why the fruit and vegetable ra'es from points lmig their
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Buttermilk every dag at handsome mahogany. piano, refrlg- lines should not b+ reduced. This matter was settled by arbitration between

t 5c a. ,glass< light, refreshments 'Bator and chiffonier.:',Apply 221 It* Rent rvFurnlshel hou.eI cool ; t4 the Railroad Commission and the railroads, and the reduced rates were
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KILLS made effective November
street. six rooms ancf;#hatJa. 219 Tenth SL : 1.1902. i
served durInge MOSQUITOES The result has been the saving of hundreds of thousanJe of dollars to r-

[,..... BEE' MRS.. McALLISTER-BECK. H. D. 'JUllson Markets i ))6l.icKf. Fin lOcim the producers and shippers of this State. On the 4th day of December. 1903.i

ABOUT.REAL ESTATE. Baltimore, blly 8- Cukes, f 2 tomatoes f! the Commission prepared and sent to the A. C. L.. the S. A. L. and lie

3rd door east- of Arcane D on 13th fancy $2,80 to $3; potatoes $5; Patent Applied fort L. ft: N. railroad companies a reduced tariff on merchandise or alas rate..
beans $2 to $260.. Advise shipment and they were eich summoned to a hearing; which was act for January
r .street., Front Building,.Maim'Fl At all 6, 1903, and the matter
was
THE RAGKUTQRE Thos. H. Evan*;Co. Druggists finally disposed of by order of the Commlaatoa.
-- Cincinnati May t- First car arrived. MUS-QUIT-U "MF'G CO and the reduced rates were made effective July I, 1903, aa applying to the
Best ripe Celling for 12.50. Beans, A. C. L. and ttw 8. A. L. The LAN. was required to re-arrange Ita
ts mt PiAcr' and cukes, $2.25 Potatoes 550. i I Jacksonville Fla. I I classification to conform to the Florida classification but upon tie ahowlmg

made by that roil the Commission could not lower its freight Fates; bid: '
Times Union later an order was| Issued to It to reduce Its passenger rates from 4 to S
cents per mile on] all Its lines In Florida. The day before W. order was
to go Into effect! Jan Injunction! waa obtained against.the Comm

Mosquito (Canopies) r4 Phosphate rates were reduced on the A. C. L.' and S: A- I>J''. bat were)
GJoceryiargaiAs ] not obeyed. Class rates were made for the West Shore R. R.I (which: t
operated by the ,B. A. L. Ry) !nd were not obeyed. In both{the,above ;

Daily .and. t I'I'to 1.75 writs cases of the mandamus Commission were brought Issued mandamus by that court proceedings commanding In the obedience Supreme Cowl.to the

,> .,1 Commission's orders, whereupon the roads appealed to the United States .
Supreme Court aiid the cases were argued last '
SundaySeven week March Z. |II| .
r The classification waa changed by placing stove, hollow ware, acrIe }
l Thursday, May} 10th turaIlmplementaleLc..1n a lower claae. Flour In SACKS was also change
hered' f from higher to lower class, but after some months, three of the largestroadssecured
Issues
: Mosquito time is you Injunctions to the further
: Butter regular price'35c.30c prevent operation of Oe,e rates.'
Class "P" reties were reduced last spring. Among other things claa*
FULL BAR. We
4 want a good "P" carries lumbar' brick fruit and
vegetable
California crates. fruit berry and veg
Peaches,:30c . 20c etable baskets, etc The A. C. L.. S. A. L.. O. S. ft: F sal the L.. A .
;" sell the best Also '
cheaper. N.. obtained Injunctions against the Commission in this matter. An of then
,. the 10 4 lbs|'Whole Grain Rice. : . 25c injunctions have been granted by the U. S. District Court for tbe Northern 't _'
Week netting by. yard, cents.;;;, District of Florida and are still pending in one -'orm or another bat oa'

15 cts. a 7 cakes Octagon Soap . . 25c counsel are confident that the Commission's rates win ultimately' .1.1'I tained. H I
In the me. however the rates which have been -JwTarcd unjust .,
Laundry Starch, reg. lOc. ... .05c, and unreasonable 1, will have to be paid by the people. Va ns rbsageo
j 1 have been made o single classes and on commodities. ?have been

1I I NEW Potatoes, peck. . . .40cMagnolia ordered repaired enlarged or built agencies <*fannfih >d. In: Df't'tIOll. ;
l made between rqad8. I can not go Into an tbe details of tb i rorfc of the
SMITHSBOOR3I0RE '_""> SELL EVER1'THINC-1 Commission for tie past three and a half ymir*. but toe above a rv"flir mast .
AND" SELL IT CHEAPER-' Important. I pi >Jge myself again to the policy which I anm mneed :oar
-- I Grocery Company years ajo. I p pI

W. H. Chaile Son trust my c
Telepho es4. Corner tftenue D and 4th Street. solicit your actlv support In behalf of my re-election, promising on my part
to faithfully and Impartially discharge the duties vpmj'
1211 Avenue D, Miami. Fla. devolving : met.

.5 and 10 Cent Annex at ISIS ATS.',D. Very sincerely R. HUDSON
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:SIX -( DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY MAY,11.: 1906THOS. t"

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.'W. MATHER I gj q' For Tax Collector. -- -.-- --" ....,z -- I '.

MIAMI. FLORID I I hereby announce myself u a candidate t
Mschanlcal and Hydraulic Engineer+ Political 1 for. the omce of tax collector
Windmills steel towers tans, gar of Dade count., subject to the action' I
atlB pomplnc engines f lT.nU-
sueklnery,black pipe designed at wholesals.and. bolU. Special Agent Announcements r fflJ; -Tassae J. IbnSee.OMMiiSIONIIR. ]Burdiilie/

IK tails' Acetylsnt Gas G *ratora FO COUNTY
District No. 4 ,
Thf';. lends of J. J. Holly announce.
AaioancemeDM be Inserted until seder after this the headingwn1 Democratic him aa a candidate for County Commissioner
Miami Skating Pnmarin.in the Dairy Hetropo- in District No. 4. object
.
1u In for both 110.00 the: Weekly Oailjr MeirupotU and Weeklj tS.OO.or M.-. to the:;action of the Democratic Prt-

trooolU for*10.00.Pltlvely ,

Rink IM Incited ..!<...oaaaoa.ca..I.IU accompanied by tu FOR.COUNTY COMMISSIONER unmtttChabld.-i
tank. ft; Second DletrletFtMnda
of William Helm announcehla

0,.. S U 10 a.'m. for beglnera candidacy' for county eommlaatoaei
from the Second district, subject to the
Open i U 8 p. m. I For R.pNlllltatlYero
Bargains
Open 7 te 11 p. m. I the People of Dad County: action!of the Democratic primaries :
Tuesday afternoon reeerved for ladle At the request of friend aid with Mr!:: Helm''IJa a successful business

... .Saturday forenoon received children i desire to serve yon la the State Leg- mantfenthnslaatlc; .for good roads a 1
., itlature, I announce myself a caadt first-ejass civil engineer, and well .
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS late for this office subject to the Dear equipped to fill the once
Admission 10 cents Skating 25 coots jcratle primary to be bald la May. f I
Ith St. Wed of Ice Factory Upstairs I respectfully solicit the support ci FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Week MondayMay 14
be people 0: Dade county and if n' First District I Beginning,
WE CAN HELP YOU TO MAKE elected, I will faithfully and Impartially I respectfully announce myself aa' ,
,YOUR HOME discharge tAe duties of the office, a candidate for the office of county
COMFORTABLE and do all la for your comtttlssloner for the First DUtrict.
.ATTRACTIVE: AND will my power -. .
with useful beat interest and welfare. I trust to subject to the action of the Democratic :
-As we can furnish you
of meeting the rot- primary of May II :
nays the pleasure '
for Harry
and ornamental articles every '
/r' DuBoIa.JuPlter .
at aa early date and discuss all ,
room. Floewr from the Pots parlor Jardlnlers to the,kitchen. door- era nubile Questions and define fully my Fla. LACES-1000 yards val and torchon laces, worth .1 .:

and porch mate, rugs lamps position la reference ttareto. { from 6 1-2 to 12 -2 cents. Your'choice ; '
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 5c.5c
fact that public
a
straw mats." Don't fall to see our office I recognize la a public the trust. and ,ahonU H| < Second District at per yard. . . . . . . ",
? sanitary cooking ware, Rocking- bonor with tote, I will |\ie Democratic Voters of Dada :\
lum wan mixing bowls and napkins yon me your conflJence and To A line of Scotch I guyed lawns,colors war- .

algoly appreciate loyal to your.latereatBeapectfnlly County hereby! : ranted. Per yard . . . . . ,
will be your I announce myself u a candld4te
r Johnson&: Tonkins for the omce of County Commissioner A line of Almeria batiste beautiful patterns I
G. A. Woriey. from the Second District 7k
of .Dade county subject to the will worth I lOc. I now: . .. . . . .

lOc For Representative of tae Democratic voters aa expressedat Ladles gauze V sts, taped neck and sleeve sold !-;
5 and I hereby announce my candidacy tie coming primaries._ '
tor the position of Bepreseatatlrerom Pa nl C. Jonea. everywhere.;, >; IqtoJ21-2cents.Thissale'. : 5 s i

Dade CountyTo yon' I anV Palm Beach Fla. 4 for. . .!. :J..e."e! : .1ltJ L. "
Variety StoreNo. t nit tAe question of my qualificationso AR
represent you la that capacity. U COUNTY COMMISSIONER Ladies' gauze vests, better grade worth 25c95c "j.'

nominated at the Democratic primary -I; Fifth District 15'cents, now 3 or. . .. . .. .
1017'At.nuo, D. MIamI Fla. election 1.1IaI1 I J
and elected at the general .
devote my beat efforts to your hereby announce my candidacy tot Calico and )lawn: wrappers, worth one dollar

service and the welfare and up bund- reapmtnatlon Commissioner,to subject the'office to the of Comity actionof and fifty cents riA w . . . . ,
county shall receive "
Inc of Dade my
"Wire for Me ,arneat consideration. -the: Democratic primary and ao- II .
licit; the support of Democratic 1| large veriel of remnants and soiled
Beepectfnlly.J."W.. : my \ I goods ._ .__'_ '
.' Watson. frien'da 'on BARGAIN COUNTER at own price. '
your
E. .O. TweedeO. :
and 111' Wire} For You For County Clerk- ft. '
I/IShirt. :
With fall;appreciation of the high ;FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Waists .. ;: /
oonora asked for and promising falth- M First District '
tt Phone 176 V; ol'performance of duties If elected is|lnereby announce'myself at a can We wish to cal your attention to a more beautiful .

lave the honor to announce myself a didate for the office of county commissioner line of shirt waists with short sleeves Just received.:
Candidate for the office of Clerk of the
from the First District of lade .
.C., H. BROWN Circuit Court of Dade County and ask county, subject to the decision of the. The are truly liexquisite.! YOU WANT TO SEE'

CONTRACTOR- tor your-, rote la"the primary of May cooling Democratic primaries. THEM B.FORE THEY ARE PICKED OVER., ,
ELECTRICAL Uta. 1..:J'. Jandon. ;J j < Chas. W. McPhenon.'

.1113AvesC. ,. ;, For County-;- _i.A..Ar____.-.__ Stuart, Fla.rPOR W ite Silk Gloves .

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To the Voters of Dads County; COUNTY COMMISSIONER
.Baring been lJell.WI.4.wW& .Dad* t' District No. I The long delayed .much called for long white silk '.

onnty since 1895; baring done the Tar-ihe- Voters of Dade County: gloves now received. They are in elbow and full .

; BISCAYNE.DRUG ..Ir il)dtlsen best I to knew make how It aa a an prosproua.ountjr Indlrld- dilate thereby for announce renomlnatlon myself to the U a office ant arm length.. Only a small stock and .HARD to get: '' "

;. having lived at =>bott ends "
off County Commissioner la District II' '
-t ,the county;and >baring Sited a
No,: S, subject to the' action of the
.ubllc omce so that'the people nw Democratic primary election to. beheld I I
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.now whether 1.do so conscientious- May 15th.-1808. _
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COMPANY jr.I now offer myself aa a candidate T. A.'WndeI&FORCOMMISSIONER "
f
nor the efflce .of Count, Treasurer :

't' .: f! : ,trust I subject need that every I to my a the'rote friends. Democratic that whether I can I.primary.get,fa and the |lfi f| District No. S j f.? Money TO Loan MarUs' Oysierand Chop; .House a

wt1I'not TD t the Democratic Voters If, Dad
;city forget meon
or country
the day of the primary In returntor [li County take:this. method: announcing. I j ,Sea Food Oun. Specialty
which 1 PI III1H.< If elected to
perform the'duties of the office with ant candidacy the office of county I
gallon.Iealtj .
Oysters bj plate quart or
: Medicine commissioner from District No. i. sub-
AS much courtesy' accuracypromptness l' '
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: u I glre;to n-y prlrr.i JI lift to the action of the Democratic' On Short or Long Time \ serred at all hours 410 12th Street. Miami. Florida
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% t t. hutnl" G_ Q. Cnrrte. primary." On:'account of being engagIn -
1: In medicine be carefulIn e vegetable growing It will be Imiib1aible -
J for me to make a personal Easy Payments Investigate! Before :
In what 'you 'buy :;and. take For this County method Clerk of announcing:: cajirass of .the county, my crop demanding Investing

t 'where' buy C It"Is', iiiyaelf aa a can JMate, for the office 1 my attention Just at this I
you ; time. This being the case I
,! earnestly
of. Clerk of Court for Dade
.i not only important that't subject to the action of the count1.I ure air my:friends to Jo what theyfl' Dade Co. Security Co. I Wind Power]
in my behalf. R. L. Wan. ,
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primary." F.,W. '" .
best val-
t you get the I 1 fu been adopted bj the best f people1 of'the country tithe'cieapest '

r -. 'lies, 'but also that..you. .For Clerk ;the Circuit Court ] FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER : power. for railing water. Note the people who hire
6th District :BurkhartLOCK
To could hare steam and hot too if ,
the Democr. Ie, Voters of Dade: gas aif they want'
l get goods that give you County: r. Kirk W nr eof Cocoanut Grove. ed it." I handle the beet mill made and make a specialty bt this '

satisfactory results;we' f Hereby 'present m,.name to the Jij Ting been:unanimously r nominated I AND. GUNSMITH business:! and with my pump mechanism that I hare just been
Ft voters la the coming Democratic pro tdr 'county"commissioner1 by a1 mass granted patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity;
r.: have a reputation'forfurnishing L ;Mars aa candidate fur clerk.,of. the meeting of cltUeni, we hereby' an- Expert Repairing value and fife of any wind mm outfit. Any. nfriD mcDts'willrroeeduted.
circuit. court for Dade county. Bounce;hla cu41dacr'subject to to.notion Avenue C between 12th and 13th Stdldate |l -
f satisfactory'and F 0: the Democratic primary. Mr.
Having resided nere'for twentyareears' I 1 .
? Reliable Goods.u I'Inrlte.IIIQalr1.an.1 tnrestlca- $tunro* has been a resident of Dad .
1
i for the omce ol constable of
; lon of those who Jo not know me perouauy Bounty for more/than twenty years, Giov
. I C.\H.\ PERRY
: the Tenth Justice District o: Dade Cocoanut Florida
: as to my reputation aa a citizen luring'which time he has shown an ( ; ,
:: county, subject to the will of the Democratic
t my 1'orot u aa official la years tin flagging seal In the cans of good
\ la.t'an4 J17"1Itnee. 'u,.competency toads,' and baa steadfastly promoted' voters, at the coming primary
election. W. H. Morrla. I If *
every worthy Interest of,
for the office to which 1 aspire. our great
;t FINE CANDIES, If elected I promlre fair and court sbuntr.( Therefore::we ask'for bum
us treatment to every citizen at the the hearty support of all good citizens. FOR CONSTABLE SeeDr.BurphThe
AND CIGARS., bands of every. person. connected with U the coming primary. Tenth DistrictI
take this method ?! announcing
fc; he office. 1 (Signed W.J.,Shone
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i '- myself a candidate for the office of
f:; \ Soliciting the support of every voter 1 4.i B. B.. Potter. constable tor the Tenth district subject I
'vho considers i t Geo. Richardson Miami
me competent and cap'ble..l : Surgeon and Specialist
, ,' Committee. to the action of the Democrat.Ic .
am respectfully I'f ,
Tel. 3, Cor. J 12.St Ave. D' Eugene H.'Dlmlck :, Primary election to be held May '

West Palm Beach. Fla' I.| FOR>COUNTY,COMMISSIONER 15th. 1908. -. If yi u are a sufferer::flom any Chronic Disease; 'Ulcers,'Tumors knpers -
SAMUEL BOUNDTBXE.FOR >
I Second District I or any Blood'Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head;Throat"

. For Clerk of the""Circuit Court To the Voters of Dade' County: CONSTABLETenth J Lingo, Stomach Bowels DspepsiaIndigest'on, RectalDiaeaeei
: We are Now Ready to furnish. Believing that mr:services for the, 'I I hereby announce myself aa a candidate District Female Diseases
"" : wet five yean aa Chief Deputy la the for'1I000000tton to the office of I hereby announce myself aa a candidate ,
*' Tribune Snell:' office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court county commissioner In District No. X, for the omce of Constable la !
qualifies-me for the position hererith -c: subject to the action of the Democratic Tenth District of Dade county subject All Litest Electrical Aids. Hoineopa31fc'ledfcmesan
reapectfully'announce my candy ( Primary Election to be held May to the Democratic'primary and I
and other 'acy for Clerk of the''Circuit Court, 15th. 1808.. v Oeo. B. Baker.! ask the support of an my friends.Respectfully. a large. stock of Specially :Jpiepared remedies for Special work
{ ,. .' 'abject to the approval 0: the DemO, ; t -4
'ratio. yrimtry.. < FOR J COUNTY'COMMISSIONER .. Vf. J.'Wilson. I Ladies Maid Always In.Atteodancelip
: -makes of Bicycles .. a ntu tI', S 'H" District No. 4 ; : I ". '
The ?ten a*of,A.;; Lee Allen fdesire FOR MEMBER COUNTY talrs in Metropolis Building. From 9 a. m.,to 4 p. In. Sun. excepted

J For CountY Clerk to place his name before the roUn BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo I ,; II
i fo the Democrats of Dade County: of Dade,County for the omce of Coon- tbe People of Dade County:
I take this method of announcing 17 Commissioner subject to the action Urgent request for use'of my name I
ay candidacy for the office of County of the Democratic, primary election at''the coming Democratic Primary ,
aerk subject to the action of the; to be nelj May,11, M04. as candidate for membership la the & Co3Chas's&Hdrney
Chase
Democratic primary and wm'appref -. county board of public Instruction
late any support that my Mend FOB.TAX ASSESSOR ends me not well equipped either U
-an give me. Reapectfully. I$ To ,the Democratic Voters of Dade partisan or aa office-seeker. But It 111 .
Z. T. Merritt.| County: true that I hare had some experience I SUCCESSORS TO ,
] I will be a candidate for renomination as an educator; and If, aa such the, Fire
F For County Treasurer 8- at the coming Democratic primary people want my service In the modest i CHASE &: BARNEY Inc.
.111 The bicycles and! other "o the Voters of Dade County: {p, for the offlce'of Tax Assessor and respectfully but Important omce Indicated. I know :I -
goods are the best stan I hereby announce myself aa a caty solicit your support- of no sufficient reason for refusing' FRUIT AND '
dard goods on the market Slate for renomlnatlon to the office Geo. O. Butler. this service. I do not feel the 11U'I' VEGETABLEPACKERS Accident and
... t county Treasurer.-subject to thctlon of office and I can not contend for '
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'Hartford of, the Democratic .Primarylectloa FOR CONSTABLE omce: but I stand ready to respondto {
and other-; Tires. Tornado
to be held Mq.18th,190&*| Tenth District any reasonable request to aerre. Cash Dealers In
Coaster Brakes'fitted to old C. H. Baalenoa.1 i i I hereby announce myself aa a candidate The rest U up to yon.

MtamFla for the office of Constable In VT. W. Fats Insurance
Crate
wheels.' All work guaranteed j the Tenth Justice District of Dade Miami. Fla. April 11.

Best! new wheels for rent For "Tax Collector |f county subject to the Democratic primary .I,
Co the Voters of Dade County: |? and ask the support of aQ my FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Material

{ ,231: 12th Street..Blue Front at I hereby announce myself U can- friends. Respectfully. The friends of J. R. Anthony Sr, FIDELITY' BONDS
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Hate for'renomluI01I.to the
office John r. DeBerry. hereby present his name as a candidate : .
t County Tax Col eta!'; Abject iole for member or the Board of Public Putf > oasf

Carroll ,&: Clark be action he4 of May the U I. mocraUc IttM. Prlmarfi gis ,FOR CONSTABLETenth District Instruction of Dade county from the subject second to the district j I E&st End ntlw:1e Dock., OLDES<' AGENCY IN MIAMI

;0 T. 1C a..u.r"w k I hereby announce. myself as a can- action of the Democratic primartea.
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Empire Dry Goods Store the proclamation A city resolution of ill!&f ml of,the the prodding Mayor city council that of said the ot To Our Ciistomerlsand ]


city giving nftUce( of an election to .
'" be held In tBB-city of Miami, on the

"-.- line of fourth Tuesday In May A. IX, 1906
Beautiful
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same being tie 22d day of malt month, other FriendsWe
Ladies'TrimmedHats for the purpose of submitting to the

qualified! replitered' voters of said I .
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7 J city the Question of the Issue, and tale
% also ready of OneHundred Thousand Dollars take pleasure In calling your![attention Ito the following statement; 'ii. '

('100000.00 Jbf city tends be spread showing condition of the Bank at close of business May 9th, as reported to "
Hats of the State Comptroller. .
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to wear upon the minutes of this council and lii"
You will note continued Increase|In --e
strength! and business. Our de- s ,
sami be published for the .
that the period posits! are nearly a quarter of a million dollar. Our cash on hand and In -- :,
; ; every descriptionCome'in... of thirty ;days prior to said. election : banks I. over one hundred thousand ;t dollar*, or"nearly 50 per cent of our a./\ "
ai requited by law. deposits, when the law require only 20 per cent. We have a respectable '

and see Be It Restated by the city Council surplus no bills payable or notes r re-discounted. In fact the statement. 1
: would be considered an excellent one,'{and one that we are proud of.We -,
of.the city,of, Miami:1 1
extend our thanks to our friends for their ,
Ilberal'patrofUlg.
andpledge
-them. r ,That the following proclamation' of ,.:,,:,, 'II.'I. !> ourselves to merit their. caMdInca In the future as In,the put : .:' 1,
} '-< -' -. .:, t the BOIL iohn SewelL mayor"sit the -: J.J:, : Respectfully, '-
.'< ; cltyrc/MlaH.-'it'tilC':the""re ular ( ::',V-, ,WM. M. BROWN President.R. 1

: All the latest shapes, meeting of '|he city -council of said I .- R. McCORMICK. VIce-Presldent. "

, city held online 19th day of May, tiD. JAB. H. GILMAN; Cashier. ,
T -LwNE% .. 1906. which said proclamation lala
styles and sizes inmen's the following words and figures II

to-wlt: |p Report of the Condition of the I

both felt Special Election: Proclamation of : ,
hats, MaJOr of the;city of Miami and Notice
of the same. BANK Of BAY BISCAYNE ;
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,and-[Cstraw. Also a and the Public at Large: I }. ':
_' I, John 8..eU. mayor-of the city At reported to State Controller. AUg 9th, 1906
of Miami In conformity to Section > :
,big line of genuine 6, of aa ordinance passed by the city RE* URGES \ t'

;; council of the city of Miami on the Leans and Discount .. .. .. .: .. .: .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .." 45t1O 6S .., \-f. '. ,
11th day of April, A. D.1J06 and signed County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .. .' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .0.. 3fle61United -1:' .
Panama Hats at F. H. Wharton, president of the States Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .' ..O'. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 200 (oo. ;
city councll)ttelud by M. R. Kellnm, City of Miami Bend .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .0 240000 .. ,
Prices. clerk of said city and approved the Real Estate OwnedFurniture .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '7.oaf', Jr'::
$3.00: Bargain 11th day ofMay.. A. D. 1908. signed .. .. .. .1 ,
and FixturesExpense .. .. .. :: O'. .. ..' S.11525 ", 1"
John SeweUmayor; and entitled: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
'AU ordinance authorlttag the Issue Account .1, ..' .. .. .0 ... .., .. 3424 1SC8 'J"!!o-',"',L

Ladies whitelawn of One Hundred Thousand Dollars of CASH RESOUR ;;, .
a City Bonds !ot the City of Miami. In Empire Trust Co... .. .. .. ., .. .. .. ..t33,1It.22 ,j
suits at prices that State of Florida: Authorizing aa E5ee- In Florida Bank and Trust Co. .. .. i .. .. :. .. ,2M17B1 :i':
Mon for such purpose and providing In Atlantic National Bank ...... .. ..i I .. .. O'. 00.;! 2&M323K .:
cannot be duplicated the method;'of holding such election, In Vault 00 .. .. .. .. 00 .. .. .. 00 .. .. .. .. 1(44509 ,
and further(In conformity to the cite '

in Miami. charter of said city hereby jive notice I Total Cash .. .. .. .. .. 00 ..I.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I1034&OS_ ,' .,.'" 1
and the salve! I. hereby proclaimed
that a Special Election will be held I '
Also an endless I t277.1UM ''!,j. ': ,
; In the cltyfor Miami State of Florida -
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LIA ILITIE8 ..
j4J? 'varityof umbrellas on the.f fourth Tuesday, in liar '..", Capital Stock .. .. .. .. ".. .. .. .. .. .., .. .. .. .. .. $27400 M ,,,. ','Iff.. ,.,;.' ""
A..D., WOfc:the same being the Sid ; Surplus I .. .. .. .. 00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :. ;.,;.- 00 i% ,'1 .
of the
said for of
and parasols, day :.month purpose Earning .. .. 00 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..'I'.. .. ..,.. .. .. 00 ... .. 4,14747 0" "'
&r voters submitting of tIlt to.the'City qualified of Miami,registered the Certificates of Deposit .. .. .. J. ... .. ..' .. ..21,103 S3 .l iff' Y.
for men, ladies of the,tane of One Hundred question Cashiers'ChecksIndividual .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. SJ01.S3' .' -*, J
Thousand Dollars of City Bond of ., Deposits or .. .. .. .. 1 .. .. .. .. ..21410 42 "r.' -:
and children. the city of,3llamL: State of Florida. Total Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 242J1I.OS '?. ,
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No personshall; be allowed to rote .1 \
la said election who is not a registered $ 1M 53.55 "
your of the:-dty of Miami and a resident slI
The largest and of sail city and who shall not Ball '"
own real eitate ,situated within the I, ..... H. Oilman, cashier of of Bay Blsesyne, do solemnly swear .
cheapest line of limits of sid city upon which the ; that the above statement Is correct'I ;<- .:
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taxes hare'c been paid for the yea JAS. H. OILMAN CaaIi.. .
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 0th of 1906.
day May
shall .
1905 and woo not oe a qualified
underwear, to be' elector In all,other respects under the George R. Oomph, Notary Public.,
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charter of the city and the ordinances
found in any store thereof. 68 _
The inspectors and clerk who shall
conduct said=election shall be as follows .
south of '
:. Jacksonville .
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: Inspectors, A. J. Kolb R. J.Mathers .
St + ) and..Chat. A. Mann; Clerk,
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";' ipYYk *i .. for both l la: John H. Chiatham.
The polls:shall be open at 8 oclock Merritt &: Kolb Contractors Property Owners

dies &. and close ai-sun-down. AND
gentlemen'We The ballot be used In'aid election ,
shall be prepared by the city
council and,shan i be In the following If you don't want to SAVE MONEY

8J'.8'headquarters for all kinds hosiery' for Against form:CIF"For Bonds"fnsptors .City Bonds"" and REAL BARGAINS ESTATE we can't help you. If you do, come tt

Ladies and'Gentlemen I The appointed to conduct MIAMI FLORIDA

said offering election to* may rote require at said election each elector to- The A. McDonald Co;

famish prod that said elector possesses .
anlDJ
Empire Pry Goods) Store the requisite qualifications.as herein A HIM S acre bay frsnt In Cooeattlt
defined. 'If i Grove, good Rows. well set to beala, building material Leif
327 Twelfth Street. MiamiA Said election shan be held at-the tree riparian rights. A bargain. your Loug ,
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city ban b 'the city of Miami S Lets on 14th street between AvniMaOaasl Yelloi and
Pine Cjpress of til kinds.
That mai0- One Hundred Thousand ;
Dollars of -aty ,Roads,prorlded the D.Lest We also sell Lime '
Brick
iV iW ((4 kinds Doora
Issuance of;the same be confirmed by Ml tWH WvVat, WWVvjn Avulses ). Cement Sash
KNOCK OUT two-thirds of the rotert participating C and 5, tina'"S year tama Moue 'ngs, and whatever else a builder requires
__ la said election, salJ\voters participating Heus and let'M' 10th street b. I at lowest possible figure.
j
} argument against poor-wort' of any qualljed u herein prescribed, twin Avenue B and bay I27SX Ltu II' 'I j I:
t hind Is .-that youTa paying'torsomething shall be Issued and sold ia the several You Know : we are lath Street Miamt.FJoridaf;.
thla. there
yon dont ret. "We doat amounts add for the municipal purposes how you ,//I
blame people 8QUKAI1NQ oa u follows) to-wlt Four Iota In ,Riverside only 1350 ,
PLENTY .plnmMttf thafs don. For the purpose of constructing each. .. 'Ii I

,PLUMBING THATS GOOD and maintaining a system of sewerageor 25 saris hammock and molt land Curry's Sons
costs money and you get valu. rereceived. for otherwise promoting the health 90 grapefruit trees; llaeet a Mitk '
of the dtyUo the amount of Thirty '
Bad costs
plumbing money
"and your ret whatt- et' cheated.'Get Thousand Collars, (30000.00; to be Dade, 11:year 'elL 200 ywng tree WI I
called and known as Sewer Bonds." good hem and,beautiful grounds an Key West. Florida
our plumbing.U4 'you D I''ret I
t ,_,FR' your money's worth and save worryH. For the purpose'. of openlag.wUentag, county nek ...... 18600, ,Yssi sheas' I HUDDUA..RT". POMp :
and paring:ine streets and sidewalks .
see the,views at evr.efllo
of the city to the amount of Twenty '
Sh
Chandlery
U Lemon read, 10 Building
sere on City '
P.' SCRUSCS A CO. Thousand Dollars (120.000) to ,be .
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Hens and SOB tNM
called and \\knowa as Street Improvement acre
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'kill AwaBa Dj. Bondi;;*. Good view of, the bay far a Chest Materials ,Of All Kinds.

For the purpose of erecting a public tint,Mly, $4000. I
building tobe" constructed of Miami Coal and Ic* Steam marine Railways, Machlas Skops,Pi.....
rock to the amount of ,Twenty Thousand ;

BITTY I BROTHERS knows Dollars u City;'{120,000)Bonding. to be Bon called-b. and All kind ot repairing' Boiler and Steam Fitting caa ocjdoaa' at tIaI

shortest notices ia the, possible manner by expert skilled -'o..1aI
'. For the purpose of emtabllsbing.main-
calming andequipping; a Fire Department I
to the.amount of J'1ften1'JIouo,
Machine and Dol1&ralI.ooo. to be caned and z
: Shop known as Fare Department Bonds
For,thefjnrpose f of opening constructing Mm
aid maintains public parks Business Director
and promenades located within the
Agents for the New Era. Gas Engines. Gasolene city UmltsMo the amount of Fifteen
Thousand Dollars ($15.000). to be caned '
and kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY and known a* Park ant Promenade The Out of Town; Buyer and those Within the city will find In th*
Bonds j t|"' list below the addre**** of Miami Merchant under
r. ': General Said bonds shall be Issued ta fire ;II 1 olain heads for rady rf.r.no.. I I.t I.

Repair. Work, different sertesv tovwlt:1 The Sewer .
Bonds, numbered from one to thirty ,t
508 SEVENTH: STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA Inclusive; Street Improvement Bonds E. U BRADY A CO. i. a SCXEVEMDsaler I -
I1J a series1! numbered from one to .
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twenty. Inclusive; City Building Bonds rreah rnila sad VantaUas) ta Dran. Psiamt Mataea ...
: In a series-;from one to twenty Inclusive I ToOt Article*; Btatlaaaq
12th Street Con AT D. ICamL Via.

i W.. J. Brown series frontons; :Fire;, Department to fifteen bonds inclusive in a; Fancy Grocers Hay Grab 1107 Arena D. I v1an ..yMRS.

Park and :Pfomenade!! Bonds la a ser
lei from one to fifteen. Inclusive.' Bald and Mspes" rertfllwr .. c. BECK
bonds seal,be Issued In denominationsof Baal Xstata.BuIU .
One Thousand Dollars each and J. C., LUMMUB X. 4. a aad S

u IIh:n,bear interest at the rate of b.per Dealer la :loroeerJ-. Grain 22012 Twelfth strut t Mlasslala.r .
Sanitary cent per annnm and shan mature
and btcome payable thirty years The rush ts orer and wan yea han Hay and J'ertWsen.III :r WILSON A HUDDLESTON

from the !late thereof and shall be lost Uth Street( I amJ. Ha. Real limbo ..4 l&sranuMsV
la ai
the ,
time drop u.I.tab a
-0' sold at not less than their par value.
Plumber.saw Witness ''tttr: hand and the seal of our fin* line of Wbolena Doat far S20 11 Twelfth stove ( KtaaL r*
the city this; 19th day of April. A D. ret the place. THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.
90S. c A. J. CAMPBELL ,
jlgft John Sewell.. JOHN SEWELL BRa Dealers In ( roceri, Hay and Dealer In Dry Ooo .. OotbQeata -

Mayo;!)of the City of Miami Headquarters for smart TaOori| Oral*. IDe. i'miishbicsaOaml-

qI 1019 Ave. D?[Miami (Seal Attest) :. AJ.,Jt R. Ke11am.City Clerk 336 Twelftk street Blscayne Hoes Cor. AT. D anil


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i. 10 peG cent discount on rail our regular stock goods "

L.,. It will. pay. you to visit this, sale' ,r as soon as possible, so you may have your I', pick of the bargains" -. !.1 ,..

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:.: .si z ;.. t i'co pair ladies' slippers, oxfordafind sandals assorted, ,\yere. 17 pair boys Kakai cloth oxfords, were 1.50 1" .. ,
,.'I .I/' .' ., r 9q'.! goods which. sold for; .'prices' .ran k \\'oJJII.O"O'f f to close at. .. . .. .. ..?. ., . .. .. ,, .75c /' 7
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':' 22: boys Drab canvas oxjords'sere 1,75, to
l." -. I. 37 pair ladies white linen oxfords| welt andturnsole.were ,. "1..: 50 close pair at...'.., ..... .... .. ..-j..J I ................ .. '"$ I. (1-5
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r ; .. ,18.pair ladies' white basket- :1ot .:oxford;,V sole, were 2.50. to close at. f..ll.. . . ; ... .:$l.25Children I ,..,j
.; 0'J ; ?' ( _- .f otoclose.! .fe .f'L..... .. .-. rp.tl'50. .. .. -
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4 : 27 pair boys tan
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II .' .x.'" -ri 17 pair ladies: white buck Cldor' s,- .six_i andsev-. '. 3 5u,to close at.............. f--I... :}o1bt.h I (ji-l j
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"". :J! .et:1.dollar5.: to close at . .g.'. ." "",.,..'.-. .. ... _. !fT. r
i- ':; : 4"' J37 pair vici kid.Diamond Queen'Quality slippers ;; :: .
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'I "?- 7i'1; ,' Were 3.jo to" close- at. .,v|| ..'... ,..' ...".'. ... ."".,. IJ'. 2MOt ; 's-Shoes', = :. -:: ;
? .' !; _:. 4pair tan oxfords( were 3.00 i3 59 ands5oo, .. .
t ;t. ){I1 i I "(:::: .:: locloseat .,... .. .. .. . .. ......', .":.: ....4l'.S$2.5U j.I *, lt tr '- .
':, G{ ''' 11-: .45 pair child's oatent leather acid'Dongola, one 'strap sandals, .
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t : 1 sizes 1 to five were one dollar,' one twenty-five. "
t': :; To close : |;:rnd.... .....-*...... .....,_.....,.SSG\ .
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}:;;;, 'V;0 1 1 f '. ;. f V_b f. 1 50 sizes 1 to five, to buttol...........m..................50c7c .
: f 77 pair men'5 white canvas shoes. ."and. oxfords C I A A I 11o i;
J. } .were'a: o..'i3.oo and 3.50, to close at'P! ; !"," 62 pair celldren's and misses' white linen sandals, .
j *? In-x .were $2 and :J5Q, sizes 8 to2, t& close at.;. . .. I '
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rV 43 'pair men's white canvas otor d 50 Elk sole 1 C? I 11 ,t .t 0 "
j;' : 01 were?, o.; to close,.at.*,.' .tJ. -. n.I'v',. -*>.* l: 87 pair children's and misses' white canvas oxfords,. 75G'':
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USI : sandals and button shoes sizes 6 to 2, to close at. .
.37 S. aile! vlcl.kand Diamond CO CA
I: .. J 11 1-. calf shoes, :'v ere15 ooto close It'---.1; ; .. .-, 44 pair misses' patent leather j sandals. were two: 20 I
i: : ,,.? '..., ,...,".'.28 pairHanan'& Sons.00 "and::..,.00 patent vici 'tf A dollars, to close at..t'' .".-u....u..-.".,.-.....4... .....-.$1---" -. -
. kid oxfords and lace shoes. tcf close at. .--I',. .$ 50' 17 pair children's s. were 1.50 to"", $1. o i
I .... 33 pair tan Russian! ., oxfotds>1 and I lace shoes, made by close a| ; i ..t.'(- .... : \1'.. 4 ,
Hanan and Son. were six dollars;; to close them ; 37 pair children's and misses tan'goat sandals .
.outat .u. ... -.1..6. .. ..,,! .$4.5."j;3 j were 1.75 to close at............. ...... .... ...... ..,.: .$I.2 ,
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-; +. 117 Suits of clothing I on our+l|jrarg'1.m Counterat'40 percent .__ ,
SHIRTS 150 shirts at 50 cent discount
per
discount. We have somespecial; bargains for buys; I :
1. Mnall men and l large. Sizes32, 33, 34,;40, 42* and 44. One hundred boys suiton the bargain counter to
L'., ;, }or Give us' call, these pries will continue-until this be cloyed nut at zero prices..I
b l .t of clothing is sold out. I t 200 pair boys' pants to |>e sold at 25 per ct. disc.

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M Don miss this grand sale.: Money saved is money ma 'e. You can'save'money

by doing business with us, right ho.v. Remember ttyis is strictly a cash

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----- From Our Regular Correspondent I 'I VOTE FOR JAS. F.J UDON ; 1 r I ]

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Washington ThnrsJajr Mar 10.- terstate bus If existing law
Such a sensation as has stirred official merely prohibits the particular device .
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circles as the result of Commissioner for obtaining discrimination anj ; ,. FOR '
result to be ac- : ,; CLERK 1 '
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Garfleld's report on the Standard permitsthe same O : : .
Oil Company has not been known complished In a different way, thea ) !, ':; ,
in Washington for a long time. Themwas the legislation Is to that extent a :;'" "i.
little commendation for the report ; 1
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of the bureau Corporations
In the Beef Trust case and what The president's mesago with:which ; .. .
*htile there was negatived by the now the report was sent to Congress ,was ; I 9
famous Immunity Jeclslon of Judge as biting as the report itself. He '0 1 ,"
Humphrey. But the Standard 011 re- nays the report shows that not only I :
port Is only a little less notable than the Rate Bill but the Alcohol bill :
the'message with which the president ought to be passed the first to give : ;
\ sends It to Congress.The ,the Interstate Commerce Commission I Have you ever gone tn 'the. Clerk's office under its present .
power to deal summarily with the .
report In Itself Is an aralgnmenl evils of the present monopolistic situ I J. / ''d', J a notation to be made on the margin :
of,the oil company that Is perhaps ation and the latter to open an avenue -i
not as entertaining reading as Miss of competition that even the Standard j l ; of a nuiitgago) of a satisfaction which ''could be done lawfully -
Tarbell's history of the Standard 011 OH Company could not close _to the I ; _' ;
Company, but it contains much the farmer apd the others of the coun- \ a
same facts told In a more official try who are entltleJ to relief from -. ,, and been told you would have to |jo to Mime Abstract }. : 4 ,
way and It U the most severe arraignment the intolerable burdens 'that this -
of a corporation that ha. I great monopoly has fastened on the I. Company and have it drawn up then filed ? Have you everi re- '
ever been known from such a- high people. The president says very ,l '
official source. It charges specifically clearly that the argument so often ;. :. quested the clerk's certificate regarding the correctness of any '
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, that the Standard Oil Company hat urged against gorernmemal controlof /I'J
the practical monopoly of the oil bus- corporations was that it tended to ? If have will remember '
well
paper yoj how succeedt'-
laces of the United States. It refine stifle the spirit of personal Initiative you you '
and handles 23.000,000 out of 26.000.- on which the prosportlty of the.coun I
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000 barrels of oil produced In this try depended. But he says tt has been ed: That comes of electing men to office'to serve your interest .: .
: country each year. The few refiners abundantly proved that the tyranlcal -"* ;;;-. ,j
that are outside the control of the corporations which can force even who after getting the offic, mtke; you s J-rve. him, and who is, t
,r trust are those who are In dose touch the railroads to truckle to them] anj i t ''I va ,:"- P. 4R.-.y.,..
with an producing territory and do their bidding, do more to sU i.. financially interested in abstract If should '
who tan supply a limited area around personal Inltatlve than any other ilI companies. you ,.; :,
their refineries. 'This supremacy of force and that we must pass laws put- elect the promisJvi ,'
me to office of Clerk I f .u that I will ALWAYS ,
the Standard the report says has ting it out of the power of,the'railroads 1 .
been gained by all sorts of unlawful to comply with the monopolistic I I. 1ft J
practices. It has received rebates Indirect demands of the great trusts) He have in mind that I should! be YOUR SERVANT and 'r j
defiance of the law till It was rails attention too to the feature',of ;: :
found out when It quickly discontinued the report that says not only the Stan I put there by YOU t'. attend YOUR business. I H m not seeking {5;
the practices It ;has Juggled the dard 011 Company but the Sugart trust .:: } }
railroad tariffs and while In come and other great interests have con the office which was CREATED by rhe present CHIEF ,
cases kept Inside the strict letter of sistently Jetted the law and that Ir I t ;
the law. It has taken an sorts of advantages has been the exception rather than DEPUTY but the office 'crest /
that the,law never contemplated the rule for tbe American Sugar'Refining i tnat was by the PEOPLE 1ti, .}

., It has stuck 'to the State Company to ever pay the full ; .
tariffs on oll> carrying and pieced l legal tariff on Its goods out of New ; long before that "Voluble) Citizen" ca ne to this! county: 41\ j
them together to that the oil seem- York. ,
ingly for State consumption only was S. ,. Vote for X JAS. P. JAUDONd ; :> ; l
really carried over the Interstate In conclusion the president makes 1 I .. : ..
routes.. In various ways It.Has madea the radical announcement that the I j',' ,'J
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direct profit of $750,000 a year out time is ripe for the United States to .- I ;!,,' ,.
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of this unjust and In many cases absolutely absolutely refuse to relinquish con- iiJ; I" ,
Illegal railway discrimination. trol over the'coal and oil lands that ; '' ,
But the total of the case In are still a part of the public domain. : i I
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which this sort of a profit was made, ..
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the report does not profess to have Mr. Wm. Thos. Lanorgan. provincial :' I : ..e
discovered. At the same time the constable at Chaptean. Ontario sayer'I I II sL
port out of the railway rates wasa caught a severe cold while hunting i '
mere bagatelle to the amount that a burglar in the forest swamp last :
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Hearing of Caamberlain's Cough ):r. I" ,
the company was able to make- oat ot
choking off competition and mulcting Remedy: I tried It, and after using .. _u I .. .:'...
a11IIIIF'6oIiI'oi!
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two small bottles I was completely .
the public 'outrageous prices for .
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on. The report states that half a currd. Thisremedy Is Intended especially -- --- ---1 .-.-- >
cent a gallon Is accepted by the tradeas for coughs and colds. It win '
a fair profit to make on refined on. loosen and relieve a severe coid la J. B. Hawkins.: B, I. Lascoter J. E. Lummus
Instead of this It was found that the 'less time than by any other treatment
irice charged by Ute Standard in and is a favorite wherever Its riper The Miami Co.
territory where It had succeeded in 'I lot excellence has become known. For Grocery l Estate 1'j 1'jWe
killing competition'was from three to sale by BIscayne Drug- Company and Bargains
five cents higher than in the territory all drufgtsta", B Staple and Fancy Groceries
where It had to compete with the few -
,Independent companies.' Handling 3- A Lucky Postmistress, FRUITSand VEGETABLES II I
000,000 barrels of 011 a rear as Itwas' can' :
shown to do this made a tlJy I. Mrs Alexander of Cary Ma'who Our steJck of groceries it complete and we think we supply
utter
'profit for the:hard working. ,corpora- has found Dr.King's New Life Pills about everything required'in the baking line Our aim is to keep a few cfceke pispeslieslsrtke east 1O ..S'ii
I Uon- for keeping' the stomach. liver;; and only th f j: best class nf groceries and our prices on them will be II a loIIMnI 1
'S. bowels in perfect order. You'll agree found to bo right. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
,. The officers of the company,claimed with her If yon try these painless par city: Our fruit and vegetable: stock always.fresh. Give us a call 2 lotj 50x 50 en paved street In line part ef any eocji. ....147100tun

1 that they had merely taken advantage rifiei-s all that drgglsta.Infuse new Price life.ZSe.Guaranteedby '- P 1 lot on 10th street near Ave. C. a big bargain M .... ..... "
of natural conditions and 1'
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Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street. Miami, Florida 3 lots fifth .... .
that It was the hard'work and foresight on I street .. ....aannO #
of Ova company to >which It NOTICE'- .-TO" CONTRACTORS'- House and lot on Third ....... 6 rooms" fine place easy .eras--1, .IIM
owed its 'in the oil field. > c "
supremacy 1<- One-half I Ia Twelfth ....4.' .
Scaled will be receivedby Street for .. tI000
The pipeline mode of transportationwas proposals --- '
died as one Instance of this I the undersigned until twelve i -, Elegant Ironic I on Sth .: 4000.ttao
But tin report shows that the pipe ,o'clock'noon (12 m.).. TuesJay.TUay ; IfAfrnstrong's f. ,
line Idea aside from not being the '29. 190C, for the erection and completion
.4 Invention of the Standard, was bought ,of a two story.and.basement Riverside, ate are selling rapidly, but we nave a few chiks sass
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op and controlled by the enormous I""Concrete Block Building" known Meat Market left at the following price*: .J
power of money behind the company :as the Welt Palm Beach; High and I J
and that instead of being natural Graded School Building'at West
advantage It like many other a of the 'Palm Beach.. Florida In accordance IS TttE :LACE Corner lot r on Twelfth' ....-...... ...... .... ...... .. ;

so called natural advantages ;was with plans and drawings prepared Inside lot! on Twelfth Street.... .... .... .... .....r......,..

simply the result of cruel anj kill by.Bruce, Everett & Hays, archlteeta.'lOG70S' I1Yhy pay enormous prices for fresh meats when youcan Inside I loti on other streets...... ...... ...... ...... ....._ .
ing competition on the part of thegreat English-American Bulldtn&Atianta. buy choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS l
company. Ga. Ibr much',less money at Armstrong's Meat Market. Corner I lot en other streets......... ...... .......... r..,...p1100Remember
S.-. A certified check for One Thousand
The report cites particular Instances Dollars ($1,000) must at,, idpanr each :
Phone 161. Corner Avenue D 11th -I
and Street ....
where the law has been openly or se- bid as a guarantee that tad,contractorwill I that water lights paving sad etreet reMwey to Mall
errtly violated giving names dates enter Into contract for the erection be down there' In the tlxt/ days ,
and places that bring the grand total of said bunding. :
of the railroad discriminations alone Copies of plans and specifications -.. \ ;
np'to 3-4 of a minion dollars a yen: can be obtained from the undersigned -
Mr. Garfield says In this connection ,'or'the architects and a depositof .
"I have called attention to theseBIt'C'jlic }10 will be' required to Insure y oungs'harm8C
y H.
J. Talum & Go.Lofton
Instances merely to show the prompt and safe return of the plans
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"T methods by which discrimination was and specifications.The .
attained and the devices which If legal usual rights reserved. H ( NC .
RPO.ATBD.
are still merely devices to OTV H, C. Rood ::1
'. exactly the same results aswronld Chairman Board of School Trustees A [Drug Store for The People .
: be obtained by rebates on-In-- West Palm ,Beach.. na.,_". -. J 'f

- -- That's our motto, and it has been the means of adding hundreds

of hew customers to our list. We sell only the purest -: :

M.: J. Yarborough drugs; All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma & EinigMachine a

cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city
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Contractor .-and \Builder 2 Doors North of Postoffice .
Shop
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Builder of the Palm-Beach Hotel m W. E. Youngs, Pres Across The River. "


House Moving, Specialty f i Will' repair your engine on short notice.

Miami, Florida ,1 -"': .. 0 Southern Marble' & Stone Co. Expert d Gas Engine Men. We, carrydynamos

< > Ii 8. HOOAN' STREET jACKSONV1t.LEHeadquarters .
,, jp for coils, plugs, batteries'screws wire,

E. A. Robinson, ', |Building Stone, Marble, etc. switches ,-- .. x

MOSAIC AND TILE WORK
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t Contracting: Electrician IFOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MAN rELS. ETC. Lo ton &

( P MMworts, Geacrml Ceewteri Work etc. Einie
1019 Ave. D Miami ,Florida\ > ,.. '
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PAGE TEN'" THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY. MAY 11. 1908,



Souvenir Post_Cards LAR ESI I F SOUVENIR, SPOOLS Watches and JewelryREPAIRING.


To Select from in Florida at -


20 cents a dozen "1 lER'S JEWELRY STORE Jt '



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[( Town Topics J i WELLS & GRAVES 3

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''Surplus Fund I I Are prepared orders in to their excute .


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Organized*' Union BRO88IEH means Mf I"".......... Millinery Department

The fetanbers. steam and gas fitter I
tt IIt should be the chief aim of tank manager to make their re- of focnHodge: No. SS3; have reorganized Picnic Was EnjoyableThe 1'esigners# of the latest Spring style. hat ,
.:'spectre institutions strong and fo keep them free,fr m una- and'desire to so notify tto master picnic of the Episcopal Sunday in ailk. dark straw and lightweight -
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rTailable and undesirable assets. Not only should the {capital plumbers! and contractors of Miami.Braal's School to the beach yesterday was I aerials .
the kept unimpared. but a surplus'fund sbould be created from I |JsJ thoroughly enjoyable despite the fact
itbe, earnings that will be a protection to the capital and to ae- wants to list your property that the wind blew strong anj causeda Ladies
i positors in the ming times that sooner or later overtake all P? high surf. A large number enjoyedthe Tailoring Depar ment
!banking institutions. There are few items if any. that look I Wanted-- Clean cotton rags at this outing and all went well until the i' -1
Kbetter upon a balance sheet of a bank than a large nurplns. and nmt"ft, } return trip when the machinery of the For street. carriage d evening costum 9,
Fnone no well calculated secure tor it public confidence: it is I t.f -- ferry gave trouble and It finally bad waists tailor owns and coats
tbereiore, on all accounts the best policy to accummulate such a Craft'Weather: Bound to be towed In by the launch EllaWaha I ,
Ifnnd as rapidly as possible even if dividends to stockholders The U<>h wind anj rough weather bat even this did not mar the' I
*have to be kept down to a low rate for a time The wisdom of, yesterday and today has weather-bound pleasure of those aboard. It.... just i I 232 Twelfth Street, Miami t-\/I
[this is seen in the provision of the Na ional Bank act for the acrctiramnlation I all smaller crafts espcclaly those plying -:one of the Incidents of the day that I .J
of and maintaining a surplus of at least 20 per ct. coastwise. If It continues fur any : turned out well. I I .
fol the capital of the bank -Pratt's Digest Nat. Banking L1Ws'O5 '!length f time It will be hard on pine -: -- -- III -_. --
apple l(growers |'n the keys as It Ir Wanted 1 r ..I.III
Clean cotton at this
ran
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knownjthat several small freighter
are now loaded {land ready to proceed o lce., ; II \.J
a National Bank I'here with cargoes of fruit
The
First
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I OF MIAMI I BRoisiER.fe maiM-REAL- ESTATE I Bought BROSSIER Meat MarketA will collect your nata.I .Special slues] !

---:- business chance took place toss
4 three of its existence has accummnlated a surplus fund' 'Typewriting done at the Metropolis when Mr. T. A. router. of W
cot SEVEN years THOOAND HOLLARS and undivided profits over six THOOIB once l reasonable rates. Palm Beach, purchased the bnslnes f For this week at TheMiami .
AND DOLLARS wbich make a total of THIRTEEN THOUSAND rij{ and fixtures of the Miami Meat Market ;
{DOLLARS twenty-six per cent of ,the capital of the Bank i I Waiting for Rock Crusher A. B. Doane proprietor, located I .
Thelf- Sanford Ross tug W. SBrnbs'ar. 'Townsend
Building on Avenue D. be- I .
._ Which' Is engaged In tending the, tween 13th and 14th streets, and wu Clothing' Go'sA Store
fc'at work the canal '
drpdff cutting on continue to conduct It In the same
.' i the f'8_J$}* side of the bay is Idle for a first class manner that has charactei-
few .lays waiting on the rock crusbet. Ized tt in the past. Mr. Feaster Is a -'---- _
which'it Under repairs, to get sufficient butcher of
many experience and
years
; the to large assortment of men's linen:coats and
headway for dipper dredge remove will
I the material and place it on endeavor to give his patrons satisfactory vests, worth $2 50 at .p .. .$1.00
-: service. Mr. Doane will enter -
banjofor towing to a point outside I I'
; the employ of-Mr. Feaster and Fine blue' odd
.R remain serge coats worth four dollars
,
the where
chfttinel It Is
rn --dumped. with him permanently. and$4.50at .. ........... : 4- ..... . .$3.00

Anything yon want done sidewalks Unusual Weather Tan and grey mixture wool crash suits single .
1.- i REO rwrrtf landscape gardening; toads I The cool weather prevailing yesterday and 'louble breasted models, worth $10 f/l.7..Q0A
built lands cleaned See FreJ Rutter.MlamLj ,I at--------p-
and today with a strong northeasterly few odd summer suits, to close' them out "t'
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j wind has brought with It a reminder at.. ; $5.00
.,"", Revival. services at the First II.. ,of fall when summer Is dying and
1 E. ausual for this season of the year. Light, and dark grey flannel snit, worth $12
Clliirch tonightGrowing The cold wave for such It seems to to $14 00 at............... .. . . .... . ,f/l.1 0
.
I be. Is not confined to this section but .
Pines is general throughout the country and Fine black suits, will tailored. The kind that I

tf 1 )Ir.p. Sakal. colonizer of the Japneee especlaly In the Southern States. wont fade: good $14 value at...... ... .... .. .-.$12. .
Carries as many palllcngers; climbs more hills: goes just as settlement at Wyman. was In Snow was reported yesterday In Virginia Fine weave li blue suits Venetian I
fast; uses less gasoline and tires: is safer and more easily town :Jresterday'on business. Mr. Sa. and heavy frosts In the Tennessee of the ,latest serge cut, worth ..lined.. .. .13
controlled: Jnstgaa/ luxurious and comfortable and costs kal IaiJa highly educated man and lagreat11 River valley. Last night wu decidedly very $15 <*/ at .. ., . _. ,

lea for repairs" than many care that sell for docblc or ire Interested In the development cool here and covering neon A large assortment of men's BUI 8, in dark and
ble its price.. ::1,:: Send for the RBO book that tells why of the Inrms which have been started sary. It Is very acceptable however li&'bi worsted and cassimereo, $10 to $1Z5 ? j. eta.50
by bits;countrymen. He reports that and will tend to shorten the summer. II '
they will have about eighteen acre The heavy wind Is considered dangerous -
of pine? ready for shipment In a shot to shipping along this section:: ot
time. ftle retained to his home thmorning. the cost as all vessel south bound

: Miami Automobile Co. pass close In, and being caught unawares r
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I are In danger of being drivenon
i Miami
13th Street near Postoffice *10 REWARD the reefs though no accident has Clothing Co
J..o8 Pearl handle Smith &: Wesson been reported so far. Excursionists
'1"1"7" 'P revolver; 32 cat,' 3 1.% Inch barrel to the beach, yesterday report the tug
ftetnrn to this office and receive Dauntless as passing well out with a I3b6Avenue D Miami i Florida
reward| large barge In town and encountering
heavy weather. The Dauntless Is
Coma to the meeting of the Bach bound to 'Havana from, Jacksonville. .t ,
r Great t Reduction plora' flub In the Auditorium Friday She will probably take the Hawk Chan -.
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} nlshtfj- Don't wear any tight clothes. nel route below here and thus evade THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE
.
much of the wind and ;
them with
you'll jbast laughter. seas. I
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10 take a drive day

:: In Gems in r 'Ctiihfogand' Shoes Hays Yestcrilay.Not Returned; Capt. Wm. Lowe went out Brassier wants to list your property calls ,your attentiOn every to your certainly vehicle.'

for the_Jay with a party of pleasure I You cant afford Ito take any risk
t- B1 GOINGAT COST. seeker: ., whom were Mr. and For SaleTwo fine milch cows at| with a sick
aoJ ;Ladles ., among a bargain. Address Box 144. West man or woman. Well
c, lira. lij E. Hill They were en routeto Beach. Fla. I t
one} of the nearby key and were Palm- what
-- -- the
i and
Jtt the drive
to hate returned last night bat up to
Cit Loan''Office, .* Qpp, P; O. 10 o'clock this morning they had not q the sick conveyance a well and strong /
: : put Is!an appearance. rapt liar LeMomliWonderful ? l, crap.t .
0 tt&4 ** _
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Lowe fearing the boat has been dis
abledaor that the party; are' weather
:: _,. "u'- :, oundv1eft shortly after 10 o'clock In HeelerCURES .J. A. ANN

: ", { he Ujinch Edith to look them np. 423, Eleventh St L Mlam<, Fla.Q .
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T: and Cite assistance If necessary.- i: === ,

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Active man'wanted In' each countyto nflamation.[ Cut, Bruises, Hums, -- -r- -------- -- i --

exhibit demonstrate and advertise Chapped Skin Roughness. Black
.,. staplef line; salary,$18 weekly |3 heads Pimples. and};czema. Keeps I' r.t 4
\ per day for expenses.:No capital regained Complexion.,soft,smooth and fresh
; -* Honesty and sobriety more Miami Transfer
essential{ than experience. National Price 25c ,
;
T1X50 ,.
p Company, 720 Chestnut
street. Phil
Sold by Biscayne Drag Company
.' adelphia.Tfmiirellas r- Company L 'I

repaired and recovered.
1Ps.d22at Racket.Store. G. DYKES
; 229 ,2th street, Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue Phone 110
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EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 334 Tenth Street Garage a ndSUbl-m 11th street near Are. B, hone No. 100

!,'' H ANY BUSINESS' An kJ ds Bi.dtiaiitb ag MM! Rep, I. land
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<|JEST .REFERENCES E. RANKIN Work Wagon Baft to Order Horses, Carriages


i'n r BOX.;,b72 JACKSONVILLE,; FLA. HORSESHOEING A suwa.. I Il Automobiles
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for, Ire bl the hour. day week or month. At tomobile arcs _
# 2.50n'ncfi ,," age; and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD aa- .
: I, f to obiks. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilitiesforfjmoving I

,, heavy freight. Omnibus meets every train. Baggage

.. .-.--"....,.'.- (Fort Dallas Land Company ; transferred. ALl/ orders receive PROMPT Attention.

i: ........,,afid L. u f ..

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3.00 i i-j $3.00 r 1 1I
Y \4 : FOR FIRSTCLASS
,
f: .St % **J l 'n_" I Has oo its Lists' HorseShoeing

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It' AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE .
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f : i L. JF. LaFont see 708 7th StJ
f this
Beside ?patentGibsontie i we have models of soft some particularly attractive sites for .,
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p'': black kid and.g m metal. i in-'variety of shapes and designs I t
both residence and business
! they,are. '. herein' all. shapes'! and- leathers. at" $150' and'$3.00. par-
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f" Y poses. An investment in Miami,'real Dade Co. Title Insurance .

I estate is safe; sure of quick returns and' Trust Company i

OF MIAMI FLORIDA
If. INCORPORATED
Paid Lip, I Capital $7 ,ooo. us, $12,000

s e IJOHN REILLY_ J. E. INGRAHAM, Insures; land titles prepares abstracts of title loans and
:P T i invests money on its own account and for oth rllo Acts as
sy Agent Fort, Dallas Land Vice-Presldent Dallas agent attorney-in-fact trustee assignee executor..re.'
( carver: or guardian. Address all commit ications to
.. .t; td A' Company, ,:,Miami! Florida., Land, Co., St. Augustine. Is. I
rSE L Pattrsoo. Sec and Treas. Miami florid

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