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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOL 3. NO., 134 lUthrl::.. HIA31UFLORIDA.;SATURDAY: MAY: 12, 1906., e' = .: .. '

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The. Metropolis Stands For Progress, and Prosperity, and Event thing "rlains to the Welfare and Advancement i of Dade County.


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TUG SYBIL EXTENSION FLEET B- '.'.,. t.: "
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FORCED TO ABANDON BARGES I L.-r.. ... AND'. WORLH ACTIVE ONCE E ..

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countered on the majority of the
trips since the towing commenced. TONIGHT
It will be remembered that the tug I 7I'
j BY TUE'PREV AIUNG GALE Dauntless, one of the ablest crafts of i f

her kind on the South Atlantic coast Y .
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lost the first tow of the three barges T .. .
she attempted to bring here In practically .


Two 'Men on One of Them But hers.first the the Also same latter strangely way attempted the coincident tug to Sybil bring lost the Al--"Uf FAIR II BUILDING AND ATTACK AND) KILL, <. r

1 through by the outside route. Two I
l It is Believed that Crafts Will l I .
of the Dauntless barges broke away I -
Men off Cape Canararel a blow, but were if ( :
Come Ashore and That The afterwards ,picked up and carried to Well Known f.
Politicians Will Discuss Residents of
Village Inaban'risonera
Key West by the government tog Oa- of -r..
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f Will Be-Saved.. ceola.until the The heary third battering barge was seas held forced onto State and I Local' Issues gon-Houses Looted ,and Burned t'7 11'

I' Capt. Lewis to cut It loose.' It has never IB '. That are of,Much Importance I and P.opllilidl

been recovered though reported a .

.'After battling high seas and .winds,stream.number of times adrift in the cut The Public II I IA Bj Them ."

for the put three day, the toe Sybil As'soon 'as .the weather calms the Ht I .S'

Capt Avery of the'F,- E. C. Railway Bybyt wilt :return up\the coast r Insearch'of l'!! .1,.

Co. bound from Jacksonville to till I the barges and men,'and rescue It

port with three large new barges' la them/ If'possible::, Capt AveryIs large crowd: should torn oat tonight Manila May U The following
one of the most competent towboat
to hear the
terminal Jock this speaking at the Fair cable
tow. arrived at the men' on the coast and fOr a numberof building by Governor Broward. Hon. was received,.today from the
morning, having lost an of'the tonandd years was master of the powerful J. 'w. Watson and Hon. George A, (acting governor of Samar island:

probably twojnea".' tag Wm. F. McCsuley. of Savannah ,: Worley the two !Utter, candidates for "A band of twenty-font Pnlajaaes ,:
'Capt Avery reports- 'that, rough which Is well known here: It had ., ; Representative from Dade county to with rifles and other weapons Mrs

encountered off' Cape been announced ,previously, that be : the State Legislature. The speaking entered labangan. killed one and woua-
either was would resign his position on the Sybil will begin at ;8 o'clock, and Hon. ed seven persona.' ,They also burned
.( Canararel and the tow broke' ,loot*. npoajier arrival here and return to I 1 F. W. UAl1 F. M. Hudson by request of MayorSewell and looted thirty-six houses and took
After' several attempts hesucceededla Savannah. This he did this morning.It : will preside. more, than twenty of. the resident
t. picking It'up and proceeded In the [ Is not known yet who will be his Governor Broward will discuss the away prisoners I .
successor. Candidate for;' County Clerk issue Troops' 0: the 'constabufary.# '
l'' heavy sea ,and weather to a point pending of Constitutional amendments policemen fA
I ,. and the {two local speakers. and aid volunteers are pursuing :'1''
1 forty miles north of Cape FloeIda :
.. about BOYS OF WOODCRAFT, '" will It Is presumed define their platforms the band. Governor Currey.: of Sa
or between here and Palm Beach; upon which their candidaciesare mar; who la OB his way) to consult j
where it was agaln.lost and abandoned HELD FIRST SOCIAL based. II|| with Governor Ide says,that an the

._: Two men were aboard one of the ACTED INEXACTCOMPLIANCE' Governor Broward spoke at West residents of Samar endorse' the policy
, ?T :barge and went adrift, with It. It Palm Beach last night and this morning of exterminating ,the rebellious natives. .
being Impossible for the tug to pick Which Was a Decided Success ,atMathers left that place by automobile for ." I

diem np or tend off a boat for them. Hall Fort Lauderdale tp review the preparations -
This WM early last night and high' r W1TH LAW! RiCHT' AND E Eft U IY 1 being made! there to commence Collided w-n Bridge I t
1 'tea were breaking over the tug foreI ; the drainage of the Everglades This : What might have been ai{serious marine ,
of Woodcraft held ,their afternoon he accident occurred this
leg her to seek shelter ai quickly u The Boys wilt proceed to Miami morning
possible tt U not bettered the men lint social which proved a grand success by the same conveyance, and will I at the Avenne' D bridge) about 11 .;
win be lost however as the wind J at Mathers' Hall last evening. i arrive In ample time for the meeting. o'clock. The schooner:: Rosins, Capt :
prevailing as It does from the north A crowning feature of the eveningwas How Editortof Miami! ..Record ed County Commissioners l > AH three of the above mentioned i Watkins was coming up the' river -
i .east, will evidently set the forget the presentation of the be.utlfulbasket gentlemen are fluent speakers and the and when within a few rods of the
i ashore.. Being constructed entirely of roses and candy to the. most Dec. ?;i 1905 and How Hs'Talkd public are assured of Interesting political .I bridge Capt., Watkins found that oat
}| of wood and heavily decked It win be popular and pretty young'lady of the May 7,1906-Some' discussions. 1AU|| are Invited to account of the wind being so fresh
I t 1. Impossible for them to sink though evening the boys voting for'" their 1 attend. he would either hart tq(: ram Be .
Facts and Figures He' Can't
they fln with water, and unless washed choice. Miss Ruby Padgett ,secured Deny I I bridge or run aground the former being .
off. or strength weakens, are like I the flrst. prize with 12 rotes: Miss TURKISH GOVERNMENT the less likely; to damage the boat
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IT to land safety, Their names could Gladys Lasseter:was second-with 11BREMEN'S'AREWai5faCEPTIOIt '...','' GIVES: IN TO ENGLAND I!i j to a great degree was attempted with ,-
'. learned The tnHaWtended Miss Uurd.with Constantinople.! 12 The Turkish II the result that the male boom -1
votes
sot be barges were ; Mary Hendry (From Mlam) Record, May 7. 190, BIDDERS WERE NOTIFIED by the I : was
8 votes Miss Mabel has the {broken and the
for the extension operations and Padgett thIr1J government accepted demands rigging (considerably
The whole amounts to this board that tbeacUolI'
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and composed a part or IBOMTIOW under fourth with i vj'is. "The presentations a"majority ;kthe''bard of"'county1commissioners I Sroulff be changed and they 'ADVISED of Great I iJrltlan conditionally damaged.' After clearing away the
construction In:Jacksonville for were made by Commander Jno. have were and it la believed 'this la a preliminary boat was towed to the dock of Chase
bungled; they. to to EXPENSE until
this work The edmpany Is having Hendry and Escort Guy lABee; As whefl go no to a complete acceptance or the Co. where i the work pr repairing '
bungled they attempted to pay the matter was finally settled
hard misfortune In bringing'' these second prize Miss Lasseter received British demands,: regarding the Ta- was commenced and the jnnloadlng of
special funds of the fund .
!but general ; On reconvening the board determined
barges south bad weather being en- a bunch of'roses.: bah boundary question.The the cargo began., | '
they bungled when they attempted to to reject all bids and to do the ,
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carry out th j drainage scheme; they proposed work Itself aa it waa bellev-
: bungle ...he% the,. attempted;;to''ae-jed| that a great savings could be made GOOD WORK OF FIRE DEPARTMENT"d
vWASiSUCCESSFUL ;' cure" bids,foJ the building of county'roads ]i for the county. t ::1
: thereby' bringing on the county:. That the board's conclusions were d
!: ENJOYABLE another lute that.will have to be de'ended -;I correct and that they acted WISELY

': i ,AND la order to escape from henrDmIeL I has BEENAMPLY PROVEN by the, PREVENTED DISASTROUS, BLAZE 1
wall.
:' fi| I result The rock laying; which
"'. 'HThe ," And the county will do a whole lot ; the subject of the.blds. and for which) 1II
of bungling (J Ut they return any of these]! the contractors'askedf It same men t*-the board. {I yard.tlS BEING*DONE by lha ,

r farewell reception tendered 'and did ample Justice to the tempting Mlam I I at less than twenty cents per county, necessity if having a thoroughly stovepipe leading from I the rear 'of \
I (From Record Dec. 7. I
IMS a'SAVING to the people of THOUSANDS
first Assistant Fire Chief R. C. lit> I eatables. *' ,The facts jfe the case are Just these: OF DOLLARS. i equipped flrejjdepartment: and one Gallafs barber shop and ending at Be
Other were
refreshments served la combing of the roof
OrtiT by his feDo1r"ulOclateS' at the Then Merritt;A Gillette bid for spreading -J.. The Commissioners SHOULD NOT that can "get. out and render competent a good point to
abundance and a nnmber-o| latpropta start Just such a blase as prevailed .i
fair bonding last night proved the addresses made all complimentary _the:'focJt on ,the county roaj was SEEK A SETTLEMENT Involvingthe services when needed was fully The fire was burning quits* briskly 1
enjoyable and: successful occasion the dty:'and the fir*. organisation; accepted at :W cents per yard. This payment of money to the bidder and .satisfactorily demonstrated this ...bea'the firemen received the alarm w

of the kind'In.the annals 0: the which latter..body the recePieattof acceptance* wU made by a BARE!:'MAJORITY '.whose bid was finally rejectedbeeans morning at !:SOo'clock; when by the and responded.. A strong wlnd'fromthe ,
Ol! ONE In
the and
the boGon'had been Instrumental board law DOES NOT PERMIT them to so prompt arrival tad good work after i
Mr. \largely east swept directly: t across the
ICaml Fire Department Mo-
la bringing up to; a high state WAS RESCINDED* at the very NEXT ray out the money of the county. They getting there, a ;, that with a little business portion of,the ,pity and had
Gruff leaves shortly for California ,to MEETING 0, the board held within a ant trustees of the funds and held fir
.... of perfection and effldency. are more headway incompetent handling ,the flames not been controlled the lop
. make his future home and the day or two4nd BFFORE ANT BOND strictly accountable for all unlawful would In ,
receptfim At' the conclusion of the remark all probabilities have would ultimately been heavy, but-th ;,
was a testimonial of the esteem Chief Dan'Handle ;oa behalf: Is which he is held by Us comrades.t .- members of the department:'Jreaerw the* } board; fi" In taking =theaction they did the city and a good Resident portion thereof apparatua and the rigbttklnd( of men
I A number of Invited gnats bc1a4I -l I On the EVENING of the AFTERNOON commissioners ACTED IN EXACT handled -
Mr. ,
I ed MeGrlff wlth'a handsome rod was easily to, fight the flames,,and, ,an danger s
a Mayor Sewell, other city officials and reel as'a further token of the esteem -' when I ;the FIRST VOTE of the COMPLIANCE ,WITH. LAW., RIGHT .'The fire was started under the edge was soon averted with '* damage of -i i
.tad many civilians as wen aa every la. which he. is held by them.: board w. akea' the SUCCESSFUL, AND BQUTTT.) r of the roof of Abe Smith building a less than $50. | |
available member'of the department The occasion was' one thoroughly K'' ... ---, 1 two-story veneerel structure on the Aa one appreciative [citizen saU |1 |
... oa hand; and Jotted la the fee- enjoyable and successful every respect I' ; .' south side of IZth street between Avenues when leaving the sane JThe fire de ;j J

.. th1UeL.A long banquet table was and-winlong be rememberee The .present board of county com"llIIo/leIAVED the TAXPAYERS B and C, and originated from a partment has paid for Itself today." It
.,spread and around It the members by the recipient and those who madeCONFERENCE of Dad county Just S7,381..15, by REJECTING thi LOWEST BIDS on blastina -; .
Of the department and gueut*gathered" it sa':.k rw+ J v- eb and unloading and spreading rock.for the. county road connecting MI.'arnl PORTO RICO',,THE: BASE THfCANAL COAWnTEC
with Palm Beach follows : t +
West -as ,. ;? } JJTBloYR. '. .r''F (, II -
ENNEssfE1fl VOTING : rixwmSALARIES : B-llTeMe for blasting and loading 23, 40 cu. yds.'at Sao U2.ttJ.2o" OP: SAT| DOMINGO IS NOW IN A
Bid llsrrltt A Gillette for unloading and spreading 2S.MO cub. yds. ,1 .

'TODAY ON 'U. iT. .: OrBISHOPS' (including! 2JOOO yards taken from- ditch .at Defray) at 47c.. 12,181.10', REBELS DEADLOCK

SENATOR E $24,880.00 it
< ti rr. -.. ACTUAL ST of blasting and loading 23, 40 cub.-yds. '
1. was 31 1-4'.. .. u;.. ..it.. :,.- .i S7.23W I L
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ACTUAL :COST of unlaodlng and spradlnB 23,940 cub. ,J Washington. 'r1Z- Reports have, Washington May li The Bet

,yds. at.49c per cubic yard(1 Including 2000 yards taken reached the State Department of the!
I.. ate Committee Intern y
;JNU1aril1 .K&TU-For the first time Birmingham May 12= At .today's' frort ditch at 0.1"1'u"' ..4. '.'. '.*.'u .. .. 10. 5I08 on ceaale canal*
-la, its history Tennessee Democratsare session of the general conference ot TOTAL EXPENSE, $17,403,35SAVED organization of.' another revolutionary'|Is In a deadlock on the question of r

voting directly today for a United he Methodist Church South'the committee I movement against the. government of the type of the. canal [to be recommended
States Senator to succeed Senator,E. : on episcopary recommendedthe COUNTY REJECTING, BIDS $7,381,68Strong President Cerceres, of Santo Domingo. I for construction" across the t

W. Carmack. who is opposed. for election "- election of three new bishops., It ; It Is understood that the Island of I Isthmbna of;PaIIama.ne |
by former Governor itobert L" also recommended thetconUnnanceof vote. taken. today shows five
Financial fI Porto Rico is I the base of the movement
Showingof '
* Taylor. r Bishops Cranberry and Fitzgerald on ; ", .' 111 I members for'a five for,
It TJae.tDcDeatlcm. are that the vote''the superannuated list, and that Bishop : .7 : Ji' and It / supposed the ex pres I the lock type with Senators Gorman
;'will bt the largest ever polled la'' the I Duncan be granted twelve months I TnQl3aiiik. Idea Morales !''and General Jlmlnes. ana Carmack absentThe latter telegraphed

:flute. 'Taylor's people claim the exemptions from active 'duty' on. account I ;; .. !cir Bay, ,Biscayne are the leadentof, the affair.Instructions I to cast his vote for the sea'
State by 20.000 majority, while the f of poor health" I, 'j -'try t4. ., have been sent the Insular I level type: and after (wrangling aa
Carmack supporters claim be win win 'The'salaries of the active Bishops r i\TI\ Governor of!, Porto Rico to enforcethe hour whether to 'accept, the vote or
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by from five.to ten thousand majority..t were fixed at 14.000. the superannuated : The Baak j o. Bay BIscayne The statement made by the Bank of I. neutrality laws of the Island and, not the committee adjourned to meet
:) Bishops at 12,000 and the widows of eI a statement in toda"I..u..PUbIlSb-1 Bay Blsca>DC shows continued Increase prevent the landing of hostile forces'next' Wednesday without the vote being

, $ought Lot In Rlvermont deceased Bishops $1,000 each. letropollg":(o which attention. li wiled I In strength and business. Its on Porto Alan soil. I east. t

Messrs. J. H. Tatnm ft Co. have : not only <,pecansi' of its excellent deposits are early a quarter,of a million 1
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y sold one of their beautiful Rlvermoni eluding two tracts of fruit 'dlft.t; bowing btf| also because it Illustrates dollars. Its available cash Is ALABAMA POQT MASTER CARL aCH-r,;

,tracts to'Ja ,e.P' .W..White. 'This of Little Hirer/and a building lot:IB III a measure the prosperity of this over one hundred thousand dollars or ACQUITTED OP MURDER RAPIDLY SINKING .
tract consists of five acres,,fronting their Bay View.addition to .Miami.;. community' : about 50 per cent o* Its deposlts.whenthe i I
the rivernext:adjoining the 40-acre I When strangers come to Miami they law only requires 20 per cent.. It I New York. May 12-Th'! oh/slclaca
,Lawrence grove. It Is the Intention I ROOSEVELT. IS CLAY usually Inquire-about the -deposits of has no bills payable or notes of Its Dothan Ala.!'' faT 1- today announced a chaavi in the con
"= of Judge White to beautify anJ 1m- AND COMMON CLAY: Iii banks.|atf; ha banks are In !good, customers rediscounted or obligations mell. postmut r at BrtOll.Tr&m-1 dition of Carl Schnrz who Is gravely

.. 'prove. the tract .. >rosperoui.:condition and have a large of' any kind except what is due Its quitted this morning of it' witn a complication dbeaws: at his
", The price paid for thls'property Is Washington, May'12- Senator Bailey 'line of deposits It is's'sure sign of depositors In the way of deposits. Robert Barnes. whom he killed on account I hose here. I .
* perhaps the highest ever realized for o* Texas, in concluding an attackon trosperitT}'.\i That the banks of Miami Their statement is a very creditable of alleged intimacy betweenDames I L....-r A turn for tlu 'R'v, o;
f' unimproved country, lands In the President Roosevelt in the Senate have an aggregate at i; State,'namely, 1.000 an, acre. today said: "Let us have no more talk a million dollars speaks* Blscayne Is not only holding Its oU was out seventeen hours. The plea" mrdlJf. a.-J the phr.!fclan annontu-p

; Messrs. Tatum a Co. report several I :brunt the Iron Man: he Is clay .and .his section", and strangers. can hardly! I business! but Is gaining! In new busi of temporary sanity was set up brl 1 tha he li- rowing ...e'kt-r and !her
'. other sales made during the weekja .. \'try.common clay at that I believe.lt'st',. ness. the defense. j U !iCe' i-rcfce will s IY..th day an




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432. 434 Twctfth Street Tetepboae 79 e will on Monday begin a series of May I Sales ,that we:_ 'will!',continue


.SATURDAY,.MAY- 12,,1908I .roughout the month. Each week adding, special bagrains from: each

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THE.CAMPAIGN J". DRAWING TO A CLOSE._ i department: DON'T MISS attending these sales if you VALUE_ a, dollarPrices :

The eYe o:'the political battle in Dale: county and throughout the State ,
U but two dart off. and In ever? ,
Interesting and""hotly contested. The situation In Dade but friendly: There* no common enemy to combat. It I. a rivaly be"'tweeli ,for Monday borderin on the SensationaWhite
staunch and life-long Democrat, and but for a few the contests would I
Live been practically devoid of.bitter personalities, accusations and inslnu-- .t. i I :
ations'that have become'nauseating and disgusting to every ,fair-minde ,

y right,The thinking'Yetrop man 1Ia'In bag the.county., retrained from taking any part in the campaign I ,Goods Fancy Wash Goods Great Bargains .J K

other than to give each anJ'every candidate a fair and jut deal, for the very
.reasons recited above-that It wit* a contest between Democrats, the 'may 1 and If' in I j
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Jortty of those now holding office seeking to retain them,.while'others'wLL This department is brim full of,{.Bargains foi !
the e constitutional right'which is theirs, oppose them... I you; see the beautiful Organdies!; Lawns and Ready I to Wear }
Linen .....
SpecialsJ50 Bastiste that we will sacrifice In this
,This paper has no political axe,to grind or personal spleen to vent OD
nay candidate. It la serving-the people; and could not do so fairly were It I
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:to enter the m7 and adopt unfair methods.as has done by others- for no ; pieces-of white Madras: In dainty raised 50 piece. 82 Inch Organdie; li a range ofbeautifuldesignsnot You'mUlL tee these Items to appreciate their: .
other reason than because. they. had been' unable to control certain person ''stripes; and figuresSOc* to'45 c value; all at .one piece sold less than worth also to tee that they ar< real bargains
"now, in official positions., r done price. Kond ,', yard ":5..r.... 24m 20c to,J9c; for_ .this great tale .11.! ........ 14c and can't be duplicated elsewhere.,
There have been several unpleasant IncUenta _In_ this campaign; the "* ndJ j '""t'
I principal one being the uncalled for and unjust criticism In the public print i KB' pieces Linen Suiting; every thread pure In various One line Ladles' Linen Shirpure Waist Suits;
I 32 Inch silk o
; of the, present "Board J of Count- Commissioners!. The Metropolis 1s not i flax; Just the thing for Suit or Skirt audwiD' ,, linen regular 110.50 value and a bargain

espousing the:claims for reelection of the gentlemen composing this Board Uaundrrnicely I ?; regular 35....cents.. ..value.. .....Monday.. color combination for house or evening' dresses;. at....... .. .......... ....: ;....:.. 0498
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ery.special; at a yard ,319e S9c.to CSc value for this sale "]"",""2fe '
: ft did:not support them two years ago for the reason that-we believed .
;, the fentlemen composing'the old board, by long experience;; ,were bette'i 'I, I One line Batiste Shirt Waist Suits with tucks
2.000 yards beautiful quality India. Llnon; SO plece'colored Madras plat) aDd mercer.
fitted to ,work for the best Interests .of the county than Inexperienced neti I ; and panels Regular $3.50 to :$10 value; this
''members.- ery; sheer, and fine 20c and 25c,quality, thisSale1' ized; suitable for shirt waist suits, skirts ormen's .................... 1 ,,
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While the'foregoing I., true we do'not feel we would be performing'duty i '1 ,. blrt"rI ce. ranging from 25c to 50e .1. -
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In our grand lot Monday : 18c
One line Sheer White Lawn
; which.we owe to'the)public if we sat Idly by and failed enter i 1.500 yards of India LI non; elegant quality i Solrt Waist Suits'.
protect against the YenomoUl"attacks made on these gentlemen ant;the ind; can't be bought today at the price we are .t.: should go quickly at the price Jre,ask. :Well
? ''unfair'methods used to bring about their defeat -The,present-.board of Celling then; regular ISc value; this sale, price SO pieces Chesterfield Batiste; ecks stripes made and the latest styles: ; v 'county commissioners need no'defense at our hands Their record Is public la yard .:. .............'.:................. 10i and figures; well worth lOc to Sea yard; -:

'property and 'the electors are'famnlarr. with'all their' actions ..and know. this.sale price ...!.................. .be One line Ladies Uneine Skirts In white andbrown
whether or not they have been faithful'to the trust'reposed in them: 1.72 Inch Bleached Table Damask; elegant quality I. elegantly made some -irIth .loch and- .,
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and cheap a t'1 a yard; this sale price. 79eft ;
To the thinking man these"attacks against theBoard, will' not be COD t 15 pieces beautiful Cotton Veils. In tan gray, panels. others the prevailing .[circular ,Dare;
r ;trued ass fight In the Interest of the Commonwealth, but one to gratify a Good. Huck'Towels; 17x31; 15c value; this blue pink and white; so cool and'nlce!' for this $2.50 to $3.50 value; very' special. for this

\Ii personal. :revenge .for Imaginary. :wrongs- -done' the individuals. and. not. the [tale, each .......:.........1.............. 100 climate; regular SSc to SOc valuethis'! sale 23o we ................... ",...!.J ......., .$1..1

public. .
t The Dade.county, voter: stands.above the average,.for,1nteUlgencet fair, '
I- ness and honesty; anj' hewfll; uot'approve'the method of dragging" ,oodi Great Bargains ;; .Shirtwaist:
: name of any citizen In the mire merely to"boost'some'favorite lato'ofdca: 11 Great Rcduct ons; : i
Those candidate and thelrjfrieads,' who havetbeen; ;misrepresenting' their j

i; .opponeitsaad who age guilty of other pnfalr} methods, of'gaming"votes may <: ., I in r : :; ., : t -t Specials. .
c
look for a severe rebuke lLutTueadaJ. 1if1 It ? I .( .

..' American coal lathe, City,of Mexico nOW costs 125 to $2C a'ton., But !il ,Notion. : Dept.' .. in i One line"Shirt_Waists In. lawn, and madras,

they dont need much of It. II white and colored. Some slightly soiled 'regular ii

+100 dosea Ladles' -Vests all sizes and :C'1'; : $1.50 to 12 value, are ln| one grand lot,

1 1'Tomorrow'and: tomorrow'and.tomorrow"-henhe. battle-adbIDotswh1cD -: poo; value. .:: this sale_ .....;. ,120 ; 0 f!! I' \ Jl ndaT ........... ..... '.... ...........-'-,"-'
Is to'decide, .the.fate.of mane Dade''county. .pol1,daD1.:. p.-:! UDe..J d1_' Belts*, In all colors Patent ". .
:Leather and ,Dressed., Kid, regular SSe to 75clvalue M11. '
:The Atlanta Georgian has its editor's; life 'Insured for.t7S.OOd., ..If Jt ;.this sale',......:..................- 24o I I n r Y.e.Lawn Waists, _with. rocked
becomes financially embarrassed It can'cash la its editor.< If any. rival editor r U tucked raff and.a bargala
'or irate subscriber shoots him If will put cash in- Featherbone Stocks's In all dues and heights --. .. ......... ...... '1.7f.
thepaper'1
treasury.It' .
,
"' ; t all la one Me lot; this sale .......... BeS
's it toe icheme- .1.
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F: yard Swiss. Curtains; In alee quality, thetl.SO ) '
W. E. Griffla, editor and J Grlmanger; will la the_near htu" e;[ kind; very special. Monday Me One line Lawn Waists in .' sheer. : qualltj
;establlsh, a'aew, weekly paper to be known as the Tropical Breeze at Tonlivers fr. : For. this Sale lawn with embroidered paneljdowa/ front sad; ,
r : Ladles' Bilk Gloves; In all'colors; the 75c tucked yoke. Cheep .at $2.80; 'very pedai.
Aan West Coast ,Both are enereUe 7011D1'me end'
I' printers, which the facts: should'go'a long ways towards'success.JByJ '.practical" kind r ; this sale", special, .. 410 "i jj Monday. ...........";%.....-....t,'...!-.....*. 82.11'.
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!f- the Mme rnejofJ glojHUBd. !It'lsjfsouild one::an. :advertising campaign f t' t.I I Mf '. 'I,
I:: .. ,is b3Utore iacau; to pub11.D'a want id'li to half-flnd*workTtoirrttcthe'ciasslned : ,
i'4 afl.Is to half-sea the 3oase aid lot, or tie store'or ihoj ; : :
or furniture or machinery.; tin-other worn the method or.means being a, Viit: : ThiStor: _
,
e"
hand and available'the'rel'uJt Is already half reached-and this applies'with i .

particular force to want,advertising. When you aaye !'!4.d.the public : :
Uon 0: your.ad.you have traveled about half the distance'to your goal- I {
and ,the remaining distance.Is aaIJ;;coyered. I ; f be'at

Commenting on SenatorTinman's absurd.charge against/newspapers, ;',Many good values found throughout the tore that haven't rt sed

the Bt Louis Globe-Democrat says: "The great newspapers.of, the country
give all aides,of every' question now to an extent that would not have been I Give us a call, we. will save you money I

thought of a score of years ago. Every cause, every Issue and every man I tf j
,,: that has anything I : say for Itself or.hlD seI:-hu.aD opportunity;to.gay ;
..', It today and to say It In such a way that the public will see It: AH phases !i ,- -
'of every" question',et.' exbaUlU"e. ; Intelligent and honest discussion through' We have them: } hey must go regardless of price.
the newspapers: Plutocracy tas lesshold oa the press o: the country today lR
For this sale a reduction of ten cent off marked
; than It has ever, had In the put. Never has the Individual >plutocrat been .tin' "t"S. per
m"n
.' held' -up to public scorn if he. offends against any of the laws of the landor 1 1: e < price. This will II put them way below actual] cost
"
any of the canons of social conduct,. u he is In 1906. This is a fact none .,
'can dispute. -- i as they are marked very cheap. 1le .

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A shameful,fraud baa been unearthed by the earthquake at'Pala Alto. -
Many of'the'beauUful buildings of the Leland Stanford.University, were !j- '
fraudulently, bunt by thieving i contractors.. The Chicago' Tribune U'I: l
."It fortunate that' Mrs. Stanford Is not alive to see the buildings intended
as a memorial to her son crumble away aa a result of dishonest contractors' Ideal E. B. Dllg1a !
"it has been proven since the earthquake thlt'hIt} was supposed to be solid Proprietor
f. i .masonry was shell filled with rubble. Half the money(..pent.for,tb..erection ,
of buildings meant to last forever. was soles ,The"modle, 'chosen for the
buildings of the Leland Stanford. 'Jr., University wii'the -mission type,
which has ...withstood earthquake. for centuries. The mlul n rlea'uw that
their churches and monasteries: were honestly constructed.. No"adequate '
I,uperTlllon'sons exercised at;:Palo Alto and the 'nrst's'ver; shock.made {Telepoone 53. Twelfth Street Miami!, Florida i

the buildings crumble: ,It_has been stated that'even without an earthquakethe .
disintegration of the,;mortar would have soon, brought the buildings
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THE DAttY MIAMI METROPOLIS; 8ATURATTORNEYS i PAGLITHHI.
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:,j -. --..... ;: .-.I, 1 MaYoR'sPRgUMATiON: ; .:l I'- :] .. -,.. ;

f ...- L-_ '&; -! HOW-5TUNM[ N- ;Axresolutlon 'fcl the city council ot ; ; '

: i cprrPr: ? inn a.tt.r.oaat the city of.Miami, providing that'Uu;\ ( t" 0t :l IJ ./' .1I

I proclamation o*il|the Mayor of'said

.. i'.rts 5 SANS IT THENWhat city/;:giving notice of an election to :
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J ,= ) t1G 0J'54
..."""" .. be held In the pity of Miami, on the ,.,- '' '' '
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fourth Tnesdayfin May, A. D.. 190t>>,

tame being the!J2d day of salt moth ) C ) I : .
: Esavsa.. for the pnrposetof submitting to the I & r ;, i JtJJ: .
AT LAW This Editor Said In Reporting
qualified registered, voters of said ,' A]
?'Hill*......... all..........*sa4 P.**f* city the.queaU of the issue and sale .." '
Assessment .
4..r+wWW.Mt.aat.la'-t..ep.tJ. .. Village By / .
of One Hundred Thouaand Dollars "
lawn via.Mtarr .
.,
...U.... Pie. Present Board of CountJCommissioners. 100000.00 otty bonds be spread I ,< .
upon the mlsutis of this council and : stt9TU : h'odA.' k> f

'*. E. SETMOUK H.: r.; ATKXSOH that the same b'-published for the period Your

: Seymour & AtkinsonAttorneys b of.thirty days prior to laid election ER '

'as requires by law. .
and .
Be It Resolved ,by the city conncil JI' : .
Counselors At Law. (From Miami Record Sept 9, 1905.) of the city of;Mlaml:

-- -el.lw.ttol kate* Ie* art clvU. /vr.etiafa UrU all cowts After four days of hard labor the That the following proclamation of Vacation Needs '

V county commissioners finishes the the Hon. Johnv8 well, of the
mayor .
Miami
Rooms S. 6,7. FrisseU BId, '
.
large amount of business before thc
which included an inspection of'the' meeting of .thfjdtjr i conncn. of said '

G. .A-Worley' : assessor's books and the fixing of the city, held on the 19th day ot May ... No matter where 'gn I when you go, or I,how long you stay, you'll need to be provisioned -
you
D, 1J04, wh1c :said proclamation II and to comfort.
rate of taxation for this year $ cI thing furnishings enjoy complete Tills store

A'ttorne7"at Law3to : In fixing the mQlage the commissioners to-wtt In the following words and figures, properly with ,, ply every want Yn.this connection-with the essentials and
: tj Is nr
amply
,..Twelfth. --St..'Miami." ..Florida. were"confronted" 'with a'largedeficit''Landed i Special Election: Proclamation of all "the lesser"fixings" and at prices insistent with good quality. For, Instance ;
down. to them bl4thepreviouj !:
i Mayor of the City of Miami and Notice II
Geo. M. Bobbins board. I of the .....
The orerdrafta up to January first ,To the Voters\of; the city ct Miami. '
:;: --TttuavlU FUu at which time the present board went and the Public at Large: ( IutjflgSftjt$ 'I
Attorney and Counselor I.. John Sewtll mayor of ,the. city .
,
follows
Into office were .u :
of Miami. In [conformity to Section
-A. = At'Law' General fund ...... .... $12.28 61 6, of an ordinance passed by the city .
WU poetic U an Couu.. State aid lira School .. .. '.. ........ 18.630 35 council of the'City of Miami on the ermine homespuns, blue; black and gray serges and flannels.
...... .... _. .. Smart, stylish things In
Road 15.08350
H. 11th day of April. A. D.1J08 and signed ut on and wear, and they will wear, $550, $ .so. $8.00.1.$10I
For.'eltures ; WJ3 13: .
Fines and H' F. H. Wharton president of the superbly made ready to
Hudson & Boggs city council attested by M. R. Kellnm '
Total deficit ....... 149.947 55 clerk of said?clty and approved the
Attorney at Law During this year besides paying the 11th day'of 1t.t1. A. D.. '1906 signed. Shirts /

Townley: Building, )Miami, F1 ,ridP board running has expenses succeeded of 'cutting.the county.down. the John&n Sewell ordinance mayor authorizing and entitled the:lane I Ne"gligep, .
I
the old Indebtedness. In the following 6f One Hundred Thousand Dollars of
amounts: City Bonds 6t" the City of Miami I d choice assortment]in all the'new fabrics. 40c up to$2.00r s
; P.t.. SIAOGS.. D.. L General fund .............. 15.654 44 State of Florida: Authorising aa Election A particular extensive ar .: .
: ;
..= vows liar a.C,....?att...:, Road .........c.V' 14470 78 for. tuchi;;:purpose and providing ', 'I "
'r ....... MM StIMt Fine and forfeiture ........ 1.353 19 I the method of.holding such election Underwear !! ;.S... ;'I ckwear Headware 1
_rAft C' I land I further Iff conformity to the dtj ,
VIAMT. FLOEIDZ.Or. Total redaction ........ 18.478 75 j i charter of said,city, hereby give notice .. -.<' ;.r: ..C''_... ". 't I; ;.' best- grade goods-
: rf. .
off this indebtednessthe i and the same< la hereby "
Besides paying I proclaimedthat ,' : "" .. '
James M. Jackson Jr. board haa built about 15 miles of a Special! Election will be held ,,,', ;;, '.; ...'.' \. 't,'} honest bargain here I
;. ,
I : 'J'r .
In the. city of j]Miami. State of Florida hard roads the COlt'of which has already 7. .. : : .
Of flct toner 1 i2d1 St end Are: BHocrj3U4wJ7u8inL 1 on the fourth Tuesday In May. :"" .,',: .\,,,, .
been paid from .the ,road. ranJ I A. D.. U06. ;Ehe same being the 22d ,, --t. .," ""'" ":,. ,." *: \
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'01p6sltetlaiclog Aid and from contributions from citizens. !day of said month. Cor the purpose of. S V \ i _. ;-I.,.,:..':;. -b'tI,. ., ,,(!jt,:. ""! ''.": 't"\ \ S\ V !ItS .
There were on. the first day of'September submitting tajhe qualified registered I. ;: ;. ,l 4 '.) .< \n.\-\ ., r, ..:: :\A
warrants, not in voters of thelty of Miami, the question -. ...\, ;."...JiJ, .-',', :', ."...if,-"';. '\0..."...... r' .. "'.''. '" :p,,;> -
outstanding of the Issue of One Hundred .C!' V:1. "i': ( ''! .f :, ',. !,\ t" j d' "
eluding school warrants, 2076746.. ; :".' : 4{) as 1
W'.RUSH Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of '-; { 4k'.1.:1J \i':.,
DR. .; ..' ,;;C .... ., .'. <1',..".. 1-- V' .. '
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The total 'assessment- for'1904, wa." I the ''dty of ) Iam4 State of Florida.No .........,..".,..,..'.., ..'!;'",-: ;,.,."" ,>:.;;"...tf'vi' ".,-\-.l'". :
,
Ofloe 2lTiithb.'"' ; '$ ". U. $4.120.149. personrphall; be allowed to rote ;, ;" .iJ'f.
The total assessment for 1905. Is, In said election who la not a registered \". ;'t; ::r-f: ', r.1H .: '-[::JJ.r:. '

Betidsnje.S08ltliSu 560806584. I voter of the .city( of Miami, and a resident : ): :: : er and Men's Furnisher
IIi4K1. rL4J : An increase in assessable valuations of saldv-clty.. and who shall not -;
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of tl.4S7.916.84. own real estate situated within the --f- '
''To meet the Increased expenses of limits of said 'city upon, whlch"thl"' .. .;;:, -

J..lt f. Mullen. M. D. the county and to provide ."or the 1905 taxes'and hare wh;)J een shall paid not oe for a the qualified yea Don't 'forget the Nu r 322 Twelfth .Street Miami Florida'

speedy payment of past indebtednessand I .
OfBeet Boons S and 4 elector In air;other respects under the ,
; FriesrII Building, to, provide a road fund to pay for charter of thr I roads now under .ooastructlont: the thereof. $j .
-
Boors 10 a wt to It m. 'StoSp.i*
,
Increase The Inspectors and clerk who shall _
the mll-
board was forced to t
Residence 141, 10th street.FRED conduct uld.'ielectlon.111aU< be u follows +

age of last year.The'mllage : Inspectors A. J. Kolb, R.I. _ l' 'ot, t.' ._ ._
'BUTTER. for 1905 win be;, Mathers and Chaa. A. Mann; Clerk. :

General Fund ......i..3 1.2 John H. Cheatnam.
Qtatml CotItractor. School .--......-......;'..-......'......7. ,The polls shall be open at 8 oelock -
Grading.Elatttng.. Fine and Forfeiture ......,.-..:., 1 I-X and close atrsnn-down.
Interest and Sinking Fund ....Y2 The ballotfto{ be used In w.s'elec ,,
Wells Drilled.. Sidewalk Roads ...'.........:...........::.3 tion shall be prepared by the city le Fdf Dallas National Bank
T Put Indebtedness ..;....- ,...';- f council and';shall be In the followIng .
:Spedal'-Road' !;:':..;'-J".; .(.; 1., form: ?for, City Bonds" and
=W. q.1 Mtayhard, .. -Against.Cltf Bonds- :
-t 'ORADUTOP111M4' County, tax ;...:.'...........,....:::25; The Inspectors appointed to conduct >
State ,tax ........'"...:....... 6 : said election!may require each elector 6 74//
'With MsLytUrdJt_ 'SM.Am /.,..waity..;.. .., rr iimv/art: -=- offering-to rote at said election to :

.. ,, .O fist le.rom Oflc, Total.(mills), ................. 31At'the furnish proot that said elector possesses I .
,
; -- --' -' ,\ request of the school board the requisite( qualifications as herein '
the.IchooI .mIIlap 111'1 .tailed from defined. ;ft"" i
: _GEK:. .L. ,McDONALPj Slid 7.mnis.Thla:, provide..partly Said election shall be held :at' the I :

.......: ... ,u. ,t.ChD..., ....., .., .. for rasOy.PUt Increased indebtedness expenses and-to-pay of the board the dty, :That.'hall wet InJJhe One city Hundred of .Miami.1 Thousand United 6\..... .i ,_. itory. .. ...... Depository State of Florida ;

;aa..yt.td MM.YUg Lute a M tnttCOOOAVUTOBOTX Dollars of pity:Bonds provided, the "
consequent upon the large immigration ; 1- ,' "" ,, I "f
.! rUi i which has created a great demand for Issuance of.the same be confirmed by .' ,1'1'.1."J', ''' .:.;.:.,"|).x'J{'" "3>I -
'
; t ,
two-thirds of the voters participating '. I".. \. ,:: : ,
school:houses and.for more teacher ; $ < : ; <..'
..W DirueitsdQ: 'The-fine and forfeiture mlUage was in V aald election<< said ,Toters participating ;' ..: ;-'l ,.'/. >> '-. .'.tSS.j; '..'" ,-,. ." '
>1L''f S> ,C qualified as herein prescribed &t1i.i.i't '<<'", .-'llf;; -7\1O.-"
: ; ,
J raised ffroaKone.fmlir.tof: SoneCJanl a : : : :} ;!. :. ;ij: '1; 't:=;. : Z (: ;'i" < 6
shall be Issued and sold In the several : as reported to
blL' mills, owing to the Increase of ,
; .. Aroh1'Ceo r@O'AY court-expenses: .. -.. ; -, amounts ad for .the municipal. ,.par '1;,.: ..,4Jijl, :; .... .;1'. '-1:'f:>-' ..1!:.:" cFl.;.. ";..;.;..:.',.! :,:r:1!-J.;it.j ,;; :;
+ ; Interest and'staking ru41&nage. poses" aa follows to-wit: ''\.;'''.. ;--..,,;-"' ,".1 .'i\: ;.L', 'ja';'; "li .1-":"", ,,,-'l"'CY: -Good e nsed
For It
.jMfry L FlsT was lowered one-half a,mtd f .., 'f .
and malntatnlag of ; ::' -', f14-:1J
a system sewerageor ; :
; ;
outstanding 'r ::': ; ;
In order to the o warrants ''i. "
pay ,
,
.
'
: 1t'
for otherwise
health -- r
the '
promoting .
: issued by.the old board'and ten of the ) v%_fi W';;. ;. .,. :;>: -, "'\ :" "" .:.:: ,.-. ,. \< LLN i
Chapman House dtyito; the amount of Thirty ; { ; "'' jt.irS4 :
'
which'ythere war no provision' mad.last' ; : : ,} :-' ; :... ''' .i; .:!I \;| S C> -
tollsrs.-(130,006.00) "
Thousand
; to be '' <
t : 'l'i>
'". .t. r. ; Jt 'J' ?
CHAPMANV Prop: and'to place the county on iq'
Yr. year called. iknown ,, :. : .
and
'SUM CMS f.r. tn.> SMdal r.*-... a cash basis as soon u possible, four as Sewer BoaelL''For .;: .<'i ; .:'. : 11 ; : '. ;}!j '
Cams trnfitt At tomtom LerattEaM the purpose of opening.wUening. .. { '''"'' :' .;,.,T-. : .... -
MS Bills assessed for the overdraft {o .'. ;
were > V'
ca_ n .u.a of Pa1a D..c tIN and paring;the streets and sidewalks ., ." If>?..""-'.'..'.'. t.'$ .." .... ....... ........2" 22,070. Of -
,...... account The mode of paying the Loans .. .
UM .
..OOM.... Oamal .___pteMnU of the dty' to the amount of Twenty !i... ...,' \'
a.od 1 U. us... .......pNau......of.Sn. latala.Naiads... : county bins by warrants which"can Thousand zDonars (20.000), to -be ,Ovedrafts sec- &". M "' '.;-1 :J.' / ........ .. ..:... ... 18747.78: !
be at discount has \
only cashed a { I-
j-r. pro
'''' ,
.Jf. rlOTMS) called and:.Jcnown aa Street Improro- : .. ,
1, _VS '" __ I*u *-.. 1- *_.-' *": _r j the yea,People.so
A.W.V to assess- ,*n 1 amount that'1I'0014'bi For the- purpose of erecting a pnbllebonding .. ... ''' I Bonds:.:: :::. .. ;:. .-.:'..'.-:::.. :. ...,. 41,000.OOt|
Graham ibe'constracted i of Miami
,,
> he.next year pay off all the old incubus
,
rock to the amount of Twentr Thousand -
Contrttctor.alsd Builder of debt and start the county byJanUAI'T .
:, Dollars,.(120.000). to be called and Banking'Hou8e..1..e. 50,000.0q

SatUfactlonGaaranteed. sis, 'which, 1107.-on"prevent a stricUi'aah.l the known ul Clty'Building Bon'". banksand U. S. Treasurer. .. .... ... .. 74,657.92
'. .= jwUI expense For the purpose of establlshlngjnaiatalnlng Due from

f Let_....._,..,..- a';' '."yo .o.. and loss to the people of either cashIng holdlnc and, equipping a Fire Department Cash in vault. .... .. .. .. 7,758.83:
Indefinitely, of: -
eye 7oaaT0. ..tHi.aVii warranted] to th. amount of Fifteen Thousand ,
i I IriS eeIU.-. U.a them at a great discount. DoIlart'fll.ooo V .
be
-, ) to caned and $725,235.13
:A special road tax was assessed and known aa lire Department Bonds.: ,
from-the money to be received from For;the;, purpose of I opening 'con '
Expert TgpewriterRepairing this fund the county will be' able to trading ;ind maintains public parka Liabilities

go on with the road building which it and promenades' located .within the .
has projected and ..which II' an absolute l amount of FifteenThoaundPoIlan Slooooo.J
,necessity ,in keeping np with (115.000). to bot called I'
c.; ...: ..... .
'*v. PRESTON. the development of the county. andla1.Qn as Park and Promenade ... -
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CapitalStiijpliii
t{. '304 9th St.. ,P.O. Bog 311 School Raises made from 5 by to the 7. "-board .were":. Bonds '|:J| ivided profi.... :...... .. .. .. .... ... .. '
Said bonds shan be Issued In five and on 6,766.61 i

toO'J'. Fine OTer4raft..4.--and foreltnre, .from. 1, to.i:..,1-h. different {series ,to>wit: 'The'Sewer .Notes... ..... .. .. ... .... .. .... .. 52,000.09DEPOSITS.
Emil A. Ehmann'ArcKted Bonds, numbered from one to thirty., ,National Bank :

t f"-: Special 4. IncluslTejf: Street Improremenf BondsIn .. ..... .. .. ..... ... .. ..... .. .. .....566468.46
. '- ; "The state"tax last fear was 4 mills; 'a series numbered from one to .; .. .. -
1i .\ \ V< this year It is I mills. twenty intlnufe; City Building Bonds i $725,235.13!

{' The state and county tai last jean In a series from one to twtlitr..ln-I !
West.Palm Beaoh Florida
; was 19 mills-this year: it Is.31 mills. elusive: Fire Department a I
,
f. -- tr = y series from one to fifteen inclusive;
: Park and(promenade Bonds in a '
J Merritt & Kolb
Mr. Wm. Tbos. Lanorgan provincial let from one to fifteen Indutre. .r-I tional Bank offers' to all '
't' constable at Chaplean. Ontario says: bonds ah J'be Issued In denomln.tIonal The Fort Dallas N 'customers old and new every
-. Red, Estate,' Rentals'* etc": 1 caught a severe cold while huntinga of One $ }ouund each s consistent with unand alnktamgd.l] ideas, and every accomodation in :eeping
favor .
: Estate Managed burglar in the forest swamp Jut hill bear interest at the rate of fire ; ,
fall. Hearing of Chamberlain's Cough per cent ?per annum and shan mature with their balances and I e
" Are. C. near 12th St. Miami. Fla ., .. .
,
', Remedy. I tried It. and after using and-become; payable thirty years .. ...... ," ct. -'., "f. '" ,..,....::.-"> '. .','iI>
two small bottles, I was completely from the date thereof.;and 'shall be I t' x 1 'f'h' 1l. -,:".'1 '" 1t ''';;'
,
DR. ,E. ,M. LAW cared": This remedy is l Intended.. sold at not less than their par ralne. I ;'r"t: ::: .-' ? : >
pecially for coughs and colds., It win mUlti "my hand and the seal of t,,. ,..., ...,, <,,:r.,.'., "."..
.' DENTIST loosen ana relieve a severe.eo1d In the city nhls 19th day. of April,. A D.190k 1 ...; :'>, .1'';,'.. K... 55 ;r 9.. ",._ _. ,.;-.', {_ 'it. '' "'. Geo. '
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less time than by any other treatmentand ||f l W m-' :. '. lit' <.: '" J':1<'''.-J.., ,: R. Gomph. ..Cashierf
it : :.. I""f! h'--i ,' ; .
:. Finley. Building Is faTlt wherever Its r.per- II John Bewail I ..',.:' ,;< :; ........., '..... '''', 1-''''';'.'0t .- t
,c Artistic Work Thoroughly lor erCf": ""?!-" hss become known. For Major of the City of, Miami. ..,."." < '41 ." -. \T. ,..-' r >., J
Executed sale by irayne Drug Company. ,and i Attest 1 M. R. Kellnm. 1 I .,' ,.;. !' -
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; .PACE ...... ,: THE DAILY MIAMI- MKTKOPOU SATURDAY MAY? IN .

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,1 lUE11L1it'x'0 EACH LORS'. ,ENTERTAINMENT Brown and J. 1!. C lemon. These tea.tlemea .

T. A. WIN/ FIELD POURS. fCHOESTROMi1)OWN' : ,., :; :: ;*'AMONG THECHURCHES I IJI. ,'I' ,-WAS-A BIG SUCCESS tlon of, each how their gave a wives graphic had deecrf treat.).

: With. TroubU* of Their.Own at Auditorium them showing) where they had been
) ON-IHE f ARVT' Last Night misused by kicks slap, hits la the
V SiiOTSI1OTlNTOTI1EEDITOR t JI. ,Flnt.M. Church I IJ eye with hard boiled eggs and aQ sorta a
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( Revival services are in progress of harsh treatment and requested Mr. '
J j Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Morning I The Bachelors' Club entertained a Dan .
Kleth. who Impersonated Prof.
OF RECORD In Miami din etenln qfcrthlp at .11 o'clock. Dlnstratea fairly,:, ell-fUed audience at the auditorium .
m Mary der 12thl .1 I Tiptoe, a suicidal expert, to ten them

t. .. .. ey, mine dear son: j i. '"evan-gelist. The performance last night. 'was very Laughable how to die without noticing It much,
as they had suffered '
enough and were
In Allapattah. Date County.
flj throughout and the initiation of
Mrs. Harris. Junior League at 3 p. earnest la thefir requests to be assisted
eU. J*gotted there -:after r.sa a t n. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. two candidates was putfenlarly'amusIng. from this I world of troubled

1: long ride mgt me and mine bldHlcdClo: 1 Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock. Special Messrs. W. J.. Rodgers,anj A. & Richard Phelps who ably
Tells About Publication of State ,LawsAND vjich I vas compulsioned to rote: tn singing by the evangelists. See E. Heyser. the caDdI4ate.'acted the I Iproduced Ihe performance 'gladdened

account of a mistake In der PUaUI moo by Mrs Harris. come early part Of "greenhorns." 'or admission the hearts-of the hen-pecked husband>> It
1' &&r t t \ ,, tibia valves oa ler enchlne 4l der'Intention tit you want a seat. The revival to a, club exceedingly'well and were by relating a circumstance where tho

ajj p J. traiL '*.. ifeA'ell '\ (I meeting will continue up to and Including heartily applauded. The obligation wife,.of, a ma* was.,destined.07 St.
I: vhlle I wertdlngalong ges-: Wednesday night Yon will "hlt'bJ! was given them seemed rather;I Peter to"go to1 regions below and'let

CHARGES. THAT i STONIMAN DID NOT FULFILL HIS CONTRACT frrJay: morning between heie and I regret It it yon do not hear 'the set hard ''o take but they abided by the the husband go In Heaven and enjoy

*, cocoannts grate mit Vlff breezes bidding -, mons of Mrs. Harris. The atnctDll rules ;jlof, the club and promised ,all hlmseU, for time without end aa he
WITH STATE AND COUNTY. -HIT POLITICAL RECORD ISALOs""AIRED me in "der-aplnnlkers boom' Iseeded of the evengell:* Is 'a great attraction sorts pf things. had lived thirty years with his wife-
." 'a. ... W' < somedlngrin: der mlttle of der to each service. All are cordlally After the Inltiatlating had beea fin a woman of [the twentieth' oeatary
,- 'I'J !! toad;;far. away off Tot lookedit Uk: > Sri : .invited to.attend., Herman ,G. Shed!Mr. Oscar T. Coaklla rendered type .and therefore suffered enough.

4 J).a &Vaea I was up closeness to it Porter! pastor, a be tone solo..and J. S. demons The closing-chorus? the Stela Soag.:

IS: made der discovery dot it var a- gave 'aa exhibition at club (winging. from ,the-Pr1Dce of.Pllsea.. was
nnman Dot he Then ,[appeared upon the scene; four from
man. man turnedlttrpund M. E. Church South rendered and 4 fine volume came ,
/Certificates nod snost so "kvick rot ycucouldn't Sunday school: at.10 a. m.,Morningworship hen-pecked husbands, represented by -thirteen': geatlemea
I editor' 'the MUml Recur of this convention and perforperLEbrida
The of notice It, he riffed mea pub at 11 a. m. Subject of sermon Messrs. Q.. Enloe.O-T.Conklln. Claude I .. .
Its action also ale la the once
deal of hla:time are on
tas (peat -a great Ul carts almost' before hadlt hestititloned : "Living Witnesses to God's Mer : .
clerk of tie State. "
each
of
couatjr .
and apace on me for the put week orb "
'' mlt mine vheeL f S cy. Evening worship at 7:30. Subjectof
more and he has ,Imply and complete-; Here U copy'of th one ON'FILE 81 it ,look nod it taU-.l "Jesus Rejected through
', : riffed a ;wZ.;: sermon: '
DADE
late la the CLERKS OJTICE. East
i ly contradicted himselfs'e.ery. ; COUNTY TJ Merit.' rot vishes to t>e 'fler t'JerkIi Fear.;" Wednesday 7 p. m.. Teach Coast Railway'-'
stance. ; der circus courts. I sald!d. "I .am ers' meeting; at 7:30.,devotional service. ,
'r" In aa editorial. September 11. 1M5T; At .',qula, convention of the So 4"'&1ednUI to see yon ounce Met tier: Thursday at ( p. nu meeting "

f after discussing the act of the-coaaty cial"Dlmocr.ti01 Party,In .ncf for the Merits, and to know dot 1ete tl 'a i of Woman's ,Foreign Missionary'So Local Time i Card No. ," to E ipril'' 16 IHi

\ commissioners, he, says: tWQaeJa State of Florida; held at Ocala, MarionCounty real' estate agents in Miami Tot hatted i ciety.! :Friday at 3:30 Junior Epworth J .. .,-- .
J.I the conditions are known the people ," In aal( State, on the 22d day a hnndrit unj fifty dollars ail atpunce : League. L. D.' Lowe, pastor. 3oUTS-BOURD-FEND DOWN NOOTOCOWEEJ19" C1.aD .
5 of Dade county.will be entirely sat of September 1900 of which F. & in a bundle, undbvsites to glSfinp .

| Isfled.with the J.uaIA..Uke policy of Stoneman, Orlando. was duly elected ( : for der JII.f yon haft off ler Christian Science Vtt '
1 ." chairman and E. c.: Smith of MarIon tiles showing dem dot rh5 PeG-I Services "Soul STATIOXS.f I
the Board of County CommlllloDera.it you at 11 a. m. Subject: ,_ _, /eM, -
I IJ. county was duly,elected secretarythe (here< servants." and Bod,.." Sunday school after ser
In another editorial, November 24.; 0lpm S fha SR Jeekaes+tll.._,_ t ier *Sam.(47am
1905.' the editor, of the same paper following named citizens and elsetore ai vas disking maybe he null came vice., Wednesday evening meeting I ppa 0..n- ----tAJukgon+m.-.L; J 17pa
says la retard to the Palm Beach of said State were named as candidates Ofer.mit.a cigars vhen I maJel him at 7.0.c1ock. All services are heU > *Upn>! 11 i5 s r_. i aL But*-r"ttn-i. : -" 14 Up pa* f 4 4tem M
Dew \
drainage matter: i for th..offices of Presidential, well a-nice .pooch, but. Hlnej-; del In the Reading Room Roth bunlldl lg. 1e U s "__Iugpel.tk.- --" 0 OUSE
elector In and for the State of Florida fas nutting dlddlng In der cigar bituness. opposite Court House. :
iVtWARUS
;, "All THE .pR1IT to be voted for at the election to Dhen be salted, "Much oblicied 1 Ypm lfw SlaUlZIftikfe % (kepi 1 feuipa

r WERE PUT THROUGH, ACCORDING be held November' 6. 1900, viz: Ernest. Meester, for dem kind vords." First Baptist Church SitaaireoT &.._,,_.ka >)>I.two._ .;_

ti TO LAW AND THE COUNTY Unterman, of 81 Johns county; VYm. f Vell. he commencedIt to make 1001f'hne'l Notice is hereby given that on acCount 01 CT: .BoaacUiu +
P.' Ntdd, of Hlllsboro, I county; Edwin .." 4 Rra
AFTER'DUE ADVERTISING. mit hire hands, he putted hiss of the church ready foi : Dupont- Spa
COMMISSIONERS getting Onnond_
C. Smith, of Marlon county; W. .
tombs In ,hiss ears und niggled hiss the Sabbath school at 100Sp 1I1pv 157100.. /16ps /te.
1 ; MADE THE NECE38ART the new pews .. \;
; P.; Beed, of Santa Rosa And
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county. { _
bends, und .he looked it yust like ackeMea. Wllpm 1 icpa PonOfaDre 1 npa 4 ram
f:' ESS3E.'f1'SJ SO FAR lUBf I the said chairman and secretary 'were '_ Dhen he glffed hiss arms 9:45 a. m. and the sermon at 11 win 10 spa loops' Ar _. ?_\... IIIDJ'mDLak. -".__- ,.. 016 4 Item '
f HAS BEEN NO Instructed to certify the same to the ;little vlggles.: By und by I be held In the auditorium of the public 11 10am .B.lea I ILf] .. loopmlltopm 4 15pm
4 KNOWN. THERE t1 taught school A full attendance Is re 1121 $ Orant*City_, SWpm104&pm
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: CARRYINGOUT: Secretary. of :State.- -.' ttlghtbe he hat Fits udder someJlng 11400 00pm ...... .(Onnn ,Jnnctlo. --- U4 pm 0
THEt' ,
No 'The
MISTAKE IN services at
quested. night.
F. E. STONEMAN, rot Its shunt as bat. But next minute I lopn .., .. my"' ......-....,..lor SO&pm warn
; PROVISIONS OF THE LAW,'AND IF E. C. SMITH,. Chairman. congregation Is requested to worship 11 IDpmllHpra 140pmKpm' _... ..o.t HIll...,._ 1 f I ape era
a-. THE PROCEEDINGS ARE UNLAWy Secretary.County [ Unded out vot vu hiss Intentlonings. with other churches at the evening ( Ar_ .....Tllunl1le"__1--" t06pm t 0oea

t of.Marlon, State of Florida: pose foolishnesses vat he vat making service.\V, E. Stanton, pastor. 11 IGanSIDpa ( Wpm gE\ :f.rd'f"JAJllktem i IO.a
FUI4-THE ERROR.'IF.ANY..MUST jrai: in der lodges vot h& belongs mit. 11 Stem 5s (I
'.' Personally appeared before me F, < Vhen he ofer his 11 Wp S Kpm Li-.. 't1w.
REST IN THE LAW ITSELF" % gotted spasms voivas' UtuaUMut :! If v :ps:
B. Stoneman ... i Christian Church ItlpmIMpm ,12' IS2am
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and E..c. 11I1I1t-!
'" ; r Ala -. .. .
t dlttlng." he salded -Meester, Roe II 1..1. f.! ." I Sopm llMm147am
'" All 'the'things which the' editor oft each being duly sworn deposes"and are yon'a'Masons I salded "Mine ; Services held In the Fair building 10i.mItvua 4 lrPe .". Las Gallie.._"_" 127pa ,
the Miami Reeord.,.denounces la.his says that they follows Bible: Class 40pa10pm _.lboam. ." U I7p. iramUUam T 1a
were respectively elected t.been a farmer." "Are you a night?" a* : at 10 a.m. sm iebutt.1 j" 11Iam:! ,
,L i recent articles, he approved after they chairman and secretary of the foregoing le'laquvlret"|*No sir" I salJed "I Sermon subject: "Onward March" at I arm 4 < pmispm .-. IL Lad. ,,, 10 M&m lioont .

were accomplishedIn"' his editorials ,mentioned convention and that ,in'aday time:I schleep nights,.ers4eptlon 11 a. m. Special music Communionat 5OS.a SSOaaSMa, ((STpm44lpm -____rlb'I"PIe,"_J" 1017x leio.a.. 111t 11 Kpm ta
L of September lIT'and November" 24, the above naMed person. were nominated vhen Pop-on comes to mane ( 1115., A. M. Chisolm. pastor.. xdm_ ... 10l>am 11 lspa
,1305. Jt Is very plain that the editor for j presidential electors In accordance i ie a speeches" 1 S40am StumlUua 4 4 Wpm Spa "" leo"IWlr'_ : 10 10 O's Dorm_ 11 10 Wpm 6.pe
of the Record Is attacking on with the rule 'of said I I low ....
me ( con- :.wi-Vell." Presbyterian Church / TCpmT .. Bobe. Sound- L 10 reps
ventlon. -. ,', :: he answered, "Are jou'a Bible /loan 0pm ....Iapller_I'" 11eam 1000pmSOpm
he school
personal grounds. Now why ,'; 1.- : : 'pelluk!" 1 Jlden know rot Us It abelluk Sunday and ,pastor's s t1.a (15pm(41pm West Pam Beck- _w 11aam: '
ft doing It? Simply beeanse I was In F. B. STONEMAN. so I rust maded mini ,class at 10 o'clock. Morning worship $ 4lam .". &J'DIO"". .. ., .. -. I a ls a S Olpa *
z stmmeatal la taking the county printIng .- : Eo c. SMITH. Chairman. up my lat 11. Anthem. "0. Lamb of GoO.' 1 K>pm L derd r. Z lim "SKpm j jTtopm
dot I vassn't und told him so. "Vela / 4Sum(17am 5 40pm4Tpm Vogt I" ""' 7 Itpa ,
:: IE away from .his paper., Why did Secretary.. JIgm! all of dose dings,. Meester." he;a'Sermon by' the pastor. .... .1ti._ .. .r I.aa' '
: ; 09.-a a Wpm ,
BallaDd.J- J W.m Tarps
I da ItT-HeJas he tells you.,elected p
'F Subscribed' sworn to before me MIL I'salded :"Chess, I guess maybeyou yoe.s 10 lops -_ t..oacu. _r 1 1 aaa .TUpmTOtpm
i, me tut timer by 1be:. 'magnIfoent'majority" this '
n of Therefore 22d day:of. 8eptember.190G.: are all off dose, a masons nights.ft .j says, "Mr. Baumgetten, I conlJ not l owI.'I sspa Yli I Ai IIa tonpmIjBnflMPtrlorCkneatnlasakadn.
two rotes. I
(Seal)" ''T.Do Crawford, :,hellnk and besites a yackasses, make your answering first until I see L1'l 110m...:: should hare Toted to sire his
paper the '
.. Justice of Peace. let.District. Mar. fer I J! Choe McDlnnells un see vot ass der
the la -
eouty printing and retara '
set Ion County, Florida' f'jj'Hlney; he' lss" so fat"dot' he' look.! answer."' Then he vent on vorkln BuSMal.ephg Cmm.UHM IIIID4 K.
his support la this primary., ,
\ 'There.aw teveral reaaou.'for'takkflng Filed In office of $Secretary. State, like: he Iss.a .vaIJdDk.ad..erttzemeDt. nnd leftlt me vere he hat last seen gtB u"pUGII4q. i #-
: September 25, 1900.. far Quakera'Oats. VeIL va 'com-J me. unen i vent to find Prouts. He t '
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the county printing from the Rec- se.gt 0" a.i7R.ti D II.Tit ..t. MB ** ..x ....
.
ibenced. to get' up.front.vere Ve.bAt vas In New Yornk dhey 1oldlt'me. 1egjspfctlon T '''
NarPOpLAaCS. I"
.' Voters of Dade county tae ,
,or<< 1w01lfTe'oDe.: As provided ;this Is ....
J been seated on der ground nnd I cooked he ball to dot tarMAyw/
gone
kind see
/brlawthe South Florida Record;the and calibre of man.that Is ask- I h
a look at him sldevays. "By golly feller Cherome und get Information-
weekly edition of the Miami EveningRecord IDeoU to defeat me for reoomlnaUoa
: -
la the Meester, Merits, I, see,dot yon are a Ings on "How to keep der lid on." i 1 (4 p (top tWplOOO'lT. .Jeetronm.,. ,1r TODa (4Qa le p (Wp Ifop
; was designated by Che board coming primary dud there- ekp / ( "..,
'lJMp
": Up XMpian. gthJ.ckeo.eltla4e! *W 1 Sire
corporation I
b : : man ,, salded. "Mr. Vel!. dhen I came down der streets u es (top (I0a41te (OMlllOp / 1
Sapleel.1 .a.bbl5as
gen.era enmity..Jost $aemgetten. I infattlngly deny iuch1aaIlgatorssaid and stopped In Vatson's fire hall. He a/a5 ( lleatll6 S1IN
i ama $ f (lop (flOHleaTAr. 11. L e ( Oa Ta.aes.0 1IvwIstu1
der oft fefler.Ohen .
1 i : metted me at der door. "Hello Vat-
1 tare.' Section:S, Chapter MM/ of the Democrat part Land :simpler si-
r .' Acts of MOV"entitled -PubUcatJoa, of ways have,been.and always will,be.. I said, "VelL for Thy do you car- sons" I aided, "Anndder fire hayr All OC05EHTU'STEUSE! COREEOMRS IT lUlL
I knew ty,vun around mitt you dhen. I vas "Sure" be taided "I am getting Uk-
(he Acts of the Leglslatare, : reads never any other. politics but .
"* aa follows: that of Democracy. History .does f lily choking 'Hlney, but Ite''Lottedtoad dlt to it now and der fellers in towndlnJ '.a.I C.uedloa: .1x.e,M ..... wttk Steaavals. ef the f. Z 0..S. LC.pj Iii
not bear and vent off and left me stood- because I half haled two fires

\ "Sec.. S. The Acta'abase be, publish- Can yon that trustWIn evidence for Stonemaa.yon trust ing, vere I had .been previously be.before alretty dot dhey could made It hot Havana and Key West, '

fed as certified by 'the Secretary. ofSite him;.and will allow him,to be he potted mat. i" for me all der time."
yon I'
i ,* ,and the publisher of the, roar dictator"aad cnlde. .' .- -""' '-. 14.Veil. I chomped on mine bite sickles '1 'vent np der streets and rnnned "Two 5aUlnj Each Week.Traiaa .
J uyhow and vent here vere I been Into, dot leedle feller ,
paper designated by the Board' of I came to'Dade am Cheenle DeMnck .
; ten
..1 County Commissioners shall receive ago and beaaa i farming county at Little.Riv years lint I arrifed. 'I vent to see ChnchVoriey.nnd He glffed me a postals cart nnj a Ptadsafg PiMsigen at Skips ..... ftoTrawfin.LPsr .

't : I as'' compensation for the aaU pubUeaUoalihe er There; haY,'1T84 ever' since, dey wJdlt, me' he would cigars He dlden sided nnddlngs ........................ .......-
turn of: 1100.00.*'which and eTerr dollar .have 1 made has been back1 tonight to:make spooches so I told him "How are yon mit eta? =\= ..lid .... ........ w fi tdYaai........
i la amount shall be .paid by .the Comptroller been put.In permanent Improvement: fDUtled'hr'. shonlt'rnyvnn! 'vot las He shocked hiss head and'spitted. .I J 'f""' "'IVTIV.IT ......saw .

: | oa receipt of affidavit of said la Dade coaaty. I,have been fairly totted nine thousand dollars !In'derpUtractlons Dhen :I: aided "Meester De-Mucks ce" 9t tkt LOCAL TIRE CARD, ... .mura.tlss

publication br the publisher'of the successful la JDanqlq'mJ.. own 'affairs t blUnes .be poor." ,Dots maybe yon jotted a sore treat. and I "
J aewipaper, la which said acts hare and 'my.record aa county commissioner h good supchects. HIDe),' and he Iss couldn't speech aln'd Itr I dhea made "SEE THE TICKET O NT.

been published. That the publisher Is 'OPft to the publicIf going to also said "Vhy should nine up my mind to see iff he TU a lOot I.I .Aaat O..T. PaN A jlt.. ST. IAtl1QtTIN4' PfJLS

4 of said newspaper; has;maDe4', one I that, record: : shows I have.worked; tor fife go ny.der leglsslachnre : book-keeper, for der ebob'so Puked I" L _
copy of the Issue containing said laws the Interest, development sad Improvement Dhen;I vent to see ChoHIe Left-her him. "Say Iff should .bring,a'4eed "
to each registered voter la fall bounty ,I of.Dade county,;t'aak'i lti$ he :;.Taunt la too he vast op by to yon la Jer Clerk's offices, Then "

and the bin for said: '"work'duly support for re-election., ur drr'Record offices gifflng: dem ,FR,. could ;I. getted Information about
approved by the Board of County Respectfully, :Ton bOw Hlney,' he lis der proprietor something. "Oh." he says='n could E.A. BOARD

.. Commissioners of the coaaty,la .which T.:A. WINFTJELD.; of der editor's' brains up la dot Cia: yon anyding you vlah right aTa,., :

publication Is made." ,______.___,- office and be Iss gifflng dem Fits ,all but yon should first cur aa two weeks 1 riT7CXE1.
,- 8e..fnr) | ;'der. time because dey always forget I notice.*'.Dhea 'J mated np my mind Air Line RailTi ay'
j 1 la doe time a bin was presented mac'niBei'lo'rent'at;: : .Miami Tat It vss dhey said in der paper;two he,;vas a COO4.boolt.lteeperuJa.1 Teat '

to the county commissioners ':or an- Furniture Ca. I17-S1112ta street.Ordei .. days ago und make such contradiction- !op to my'rooms in der Yannary WI1
a proval accompanied by a personal astnrance arya. tr't age to nit der -
:.or Gnffner to com J
from Mr. F. B. that .. ..i .
Stoaemaa. -vent'for '
uo
eau.of blab Cbtrge'IMcSklnnum> | tonight and made hiss speeches.. 1
soft delivered \
J he had mailed- of these laws .
copy_ jeryss inldavoodryard 1 vorklag. I must shad I up my ladder now and
to every registered voter la the cons- or shipped to yoa 'by the Miami Bott- fay.. "Hello;Chorgie. He wished me wrote to mama. lit luff. I am your Savannah.: Columbia, Camden. Southern Pines* '

On this asraraace the.'commie One. .Works" Mf*:. "MUml naU;; I der ,lAme. --I: ;.aan, ."Say; Mr4Uc- odder, yet Mit respectlona. Raleigh. Richmond, WashinKtdnBaltimore..
approved the' t>QL: It :was I BtfDDUm,-Tere 'I.. 'Ii dot pipe?*, Ba ,WIlhelm BaunmgetteaSTREET. I f "
soon discovered that these laws Philadelphia New York ,

lIT.4 not been mailed to each register j Two Elegant Tralns'Dall -
,
voter la the county and I. on sev YWn't Seaboard L
Express aboard
Mail
Q' j
-r_ occasions, urged Mr. Stonemaa "
send them onL<' He'.promised.to Modern Pullman Equipment.ipertdut ..

4o so, but among aver two hundred t
voters from stuart to Perrine, whom i O1 TYr y 'ttIl 7

t asked whether or not,they had received I ,
a copy of these laws. I FOUND sots jMboirilli
AroBih deepen
daily U:Jn Oriu ,
t BUT ONE! MAN WHO SAYS HE EVER .' .
'
GOT A..COPT. Did get one.
you Pol the
full iibrnition aai deeper r:*ervatioos;call oa any'ajeato?
If loot P. B. Stoneman, editor of the "
Booth' Florida Record has t obtained Seaboard, or write

money from the State. of Florida.under I
false pretenses, \ .o MCDONNELL WtGtL Pus.'I&L' JtcbonTille, Fit
.
j. Who Is .this man Stoneman who F. C. BOYLSTON.. Jr., Pass. A rt.
lakes upon himself to ten you Democratic t

t" voters whom, yon shall select ,- -'

;, to handle the'county affairs?, About .

Li'"' taken three up years to start ago him a subscription la the newspaper was- :lmfiL: "a I M. J. -

Yarborough
ow; business la Miami. The men who ,<;
'IF subscribed probably know something

'fir about "bag holders but that Is neither Iv" J rvr + Contractor and '
Builder
here nor there.

-, What was Stoneman before'he came r

'f' to Dade county? He was a' newspaper Btiider of the Palm "Beach kotel

editor over In Orlando;.I also. *
to be a lawyer. '* ,
House Moving a.:Specialty
Aalmed' also somewhat oft politic

,i we find from the files of-the .
T Secretary of State that at Ocala. Mar ; Miami Florida '

w loa county Florida. September %%.1900 I .

,the Socialist Party held a convention .
'to select Presidential electors for the '- ip
-
c ;, }1 y.... "+ +
,
State. of Florida. F. B. Stoneman : 4SeQL
:was elected CHAIRMAN of this convention E. A. Robinson

and E. C. Smith secretary. ,
The Socialist electors were' selectedat .
this'convention and their names Contracting Electrician

{ ,certified to in the offlee of the Secretary ,
September :5, ,1900.'by I
of State. '
7. B.' Stoneman. ehalrmaiuand E..C I ISmI '' MIAMI FLORIDA 1019 .Ave. D Miaijn i Florida

;secretary of the convention.. _.
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1L..4-; i .
air 'm 3 .
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: .:iiiiit i. SUPREME COURT .......
I offlo*'p on.3r.i 'H. M. KING! Phono@
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AnYi"s I I very gratifying to the MendeofuJusticesJames "P'qp" S
; B.' Whitfleld! ana
> Undertaker andjEmaImer ri r, Charles B. Parkhlll learn from every f j
, I i ;. \ ;f i 1 section of the State that these young I,

',]D. ""'" rL )llOViRESIDENCE: igJr:; J y : Floridians will get almost a solid vote ,Ia .....,. :::. yfJ r I
: /11 ,rt t ::1 ( for. Justices of.the Supreme Court of soft ......nk. All ethers veb, ,' ..

1, 3I -7th STRE{ ?:': Florida.. Thla Is as It should be. for 'Pep' but they/it all! take, -1 % Kl
: '" -- I va r; Zennat there never was two beter examples 01self'made ,
: 0' / Is[ to be 'one on which that they should be given a full
apt ,
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.. term;for this, Is Democratic and la "Os'to Cade"OIntA1e ]

[you will have to purchase. ,.; \\tvxaml ot recognition of .their faithfulness ana ,-- .. '" :
;r; 11. .Mitvs kl: S. ::11 etrlclenCJ,dl1r1nC the short time they ( \, .t\.
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L, AL Mr. Jere Honrihaa left this morningfor Order BIur Ribbon Vanilla'Extract.' W'Cedto lee to It that an qualified /M ,'. : ,

r 'West Palm Beach on business/ Use half the';iijuantlty required of the persona vote,' marking. their ballot TOP SMOKlNaTHAT
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--, other kinds|and If, not satisfactoryyour thus.: PIPE '
Summer ratea at the Jtatherford moneySack, for the asking. X Charles B. ParkhllL Wo are tne axeivatvo kettion .
rWEDDIJVTG Boarding House, 223.;Ninth street 5 I : X: ,J.BLWhitfleld.Broeaier, of "Caaeade*" ;ln this territory. t'and try tae of our high I gredo Nuns,
., There are a of ....' ; .
19' gingers
Mr. Georg(;G. Come, opposing C. Martina Cigars which! wi are oeflIng -
H. Ranlersog.ln, the race for County wants to list your property but none M compare wtthCaaeada. I
: Mr. Carl Lawn, of Danla., U to "
town again today .shaking hands with Treasurer, whit up the line this morn' ,Caacade"" and Be sure yM got for ,only. I Ceftb.j, Dont buy .pier'cigars
Ing with a grip full of cards advocating There are many people wno can no .1I1UtIdI fhe'btst'suchM
r' h1I:friends.. buy keep
i. his candidacy.For' .- read human nature in the lines of the f -
$ I hand. They ten to their own satisfaction Mall orders attontlon for they,cost no more than wbM lavferler
'. .BROSSIER means late 5.-IIPb, 'IT. -
what kind of
sale a person carriesthe grades .
SlercantUe t business In coot'elsewhere. Try
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good location: $500 In cash. Address are can Acme I .
Beautiful home for sale on Blscayne ; +I,tell a man by the war he holds his one of ours cent cigars after eBiMMT ttoday
.. P. O. Box 22$, Miami Fla.BROSSICftjjneane otrlkw.WC't'ks
drive.-IOU >< ot eometery. a good head. There are others who can tell II ,t .
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'We'll be ready for you- whenJjf'the vestment. "Investment." Box 637. 1 by the' penmanship what kind of a wo .are'. poIIUVe. yw wttt tL
Miami. Fla. Safe Investments- person he I.. and In,each case there 1s 1bctII'1trMt. West of tha los raotaryapsalat become a. STEADY CUSTOMKrV
day .comes with the right t-; much truth. ---- -,..'" ."i ..,.';,
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n Goods at the RIGHT PRICES .: REAL ESTATE. .MBS. 11IeALLl8- Tax Collector T. Gamier left this I Did yon ever. atop to think that you NOTICE .' ,'t :

: ', TERBECK.J.. s" .,, morning forj'poInU In the northern can tell a firm by Its advertising? _
'."'It't!; 'ii''. part o: the.{county to look after his I Study the ads In this paper and yon The annual'meeUnl of stockholders i
HOIL Graham;\V. King,' the present Interests there In the coming cam will be surprised how true to life they of the' Anthony-Romfh ,iCo, win beheld ,> '
-i representative In the Legislature: from paign. Mf, ,Gautier Is a candidatefor are. This 11 a better test of our theory June 1, 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m. i lit '
Dade county arrived In town this renomID lon to his present once.l than any thing else. Ton know at the. office of the, company 228 HiAYThCCigar s'
: -*: morning. f{+l the merchants and.yon can Judge how Twelfth street lam, .Fla, for the
I MAYNARD&SONJEWELERS SIx lots with 250 test riparian far 1f1'ODIWe are., election., dIr ors and ,lUCla other

'BROSSIER. m..... rttAU?ESTATE::' ,rights. Iron_A Huddleston. There are the firms who haTe been In basiness II, m. "come ,before themeetlnc. : )Man 1 ,
J business a long time and have a fair .
"E and OPTICIANS .:.Capt. J:. F.'Ja: doD.*candidate. for Picture triunes made to order. .The business at a good profit They are W. James Rodgers. .
county clerk left this morning for Ft. Racket StoreRevival satisfied to let things take their course ).lIay.1&.1906.. t. Sec'1. i OPPOSITE,HOTEL : lSCA nut
: : Next to Poateglco. Miamk FleedeJMrs. Their ad tells that they can be found
his .
Lauderdale .to-build'****. stronger....'I'" political'fences. services at the First M. at.the same old place and their good

.. E.. Church i kt tonlght. j are the same as usual so there la no TO Parents: .School' ,will, .Soon, :be". Out! ;
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J I [ G. McAllister-Beck 1 Beautiful upright piano. ,In. fine condition Lucia ad stands the same an the. year, and TheMiathij.Conservatorg' "
; original price $400. Our price Miss McCullough, who has year'after year. ,
$195 ,$10'cash and $6', per 'monUk. : been connected: with the local experimental -
; There are' other firms who matte i
Bush and Safford Piano.Co. ststloii for some time past has sensational runs of prices below the ; of f) usic ,1

Real Estate I moraine?position there and left cost price and when yon read It yon .
_Mfr.Paal.Joneaa: ndidate.tor.nom- this !for the northern part of look at once for the hook for know ,
yon
Inatlon as county; commissioner for I the-State: |8he win visit Miss Alice it is a bait because ho man can leD 'Will hold a apeclal Summer termMay:; ) let to Auj jstj:\A .faj, Violin, i, 1
,Rentals Insurance Sanders, onejof lastseason'sschool; Plane, Kindergarten and Prlma-. Mush Can"or'write'for partlcu-
; the second district let this morning goods below cost unless. he ,makes h '
for,his home in.West.Palm Beaclu.' faculty at Ittdlanolaana then go to up some other way.' lara and tsrma.,A fine opportunity for the ..young. ':'0Ika.* Practice } :t
J .... ;-- Orlando forjan Indefinite stay idles There la the firm ;with the oaten Planes supplied free. v REaiSTER EARLY '* ,

Jpinbtt, HalcteKBWg. I, ;:Library of If.OOO, copies: of fine Sheet here McCullough and will-be[has. |a greatly host lm1Jle of friends.; .sentence;"Wei;, want your money"That FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Olrocter. 128 Twelfth Street
'- a fool thing to advertise
was and
: music; >10c' >a"copy.. ;;Jto-:'matter 1
what marked price Is. Bush A Safford GROv sJtOTTAOE8'mlt the way It was run showed the firm .. _. .... .
Suite No. 2.:3201.2.12th. : St: :. MRS. ,
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Piano Co.' ,. was :new la the advertising field. II : :
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of was run untH,everybody war tired \. '
for "u and the papers did not want to printIt .. .: .i.
Mr.< J. W. Watson, candidate Bran 4 1 ;' -
David C.ndled. PopeorniBuilding'in any longer. Then that firm madea .. 'f' I ;
Representative from Dade comity arrived .., 1 ,
'f? change of front and advertised that I. '. \ ,', .t\ ) t, t" i' \
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: MOFFATS homo tomr. this- morning.-.--. -from- .- .a.. campaign :|llverstdeWork they would fin any order made to the ,.....r ,__:::,'.-":'-..', ,',-<7;j, ..o. ....- "" f l1, tt ,,'!, ifV "', .'1.
Is well along on the new atoneresidences catalongno house for B cant less than "" '.:1." ': '. -r-' .
t, and : ; being erected'In: Riverside It could be,delivered from Chicago. :: .. : ;: .. : ; > .1 } t i .! !, .1
11 a CaD iearlthe grand"opera jarUsts by. Messrs. :IB. Button and ,W. DAY Everybody said it could not be done : ,..1 -, :{ ; '' '
In the Victor,TaltIJI Machine. cry Two or"three"more houses are but the firm made good their promise "''; .. ; "" ',:r '. #. ia:i

Dairy Lunch Anything from .."My, Old Kentucky to be started;;right away In this portion and that la always the teat of value of "" ... ', ; ,. ...,." 1 1j
Hornet to grand opera. Open'evenings. .of i I ther;:elty,and lITeral other: advertising.. Their ads have been of 1))J tSt'" ? d. BURR AND BLITCH ;. ;

t Bosh Safford Piano,Co-!. win be t buflt'during- the. summef.. the kind that It takes very little effort . ," .,6'y '" -.I,
.-"--'.'., '--'-,iSi for the.mll14 of the observant Intelligent .' Ar. the Men McLeod Wanta on the } 'f
EverytWftg new., lRdIIdfRg> JameaWBoyd: .' of ttls ci&wu: Six i lots- with! 250' feet riparian' 'reader, and buyer to see that ,. Railroad Commission Which He ', y;: .-J

elected grand,treasurer of.the Grand ,rights:\ Tl 1lleent')IOddlelton.r they are op''to, date' 'and.,'leading. to ;, Conaldera a Good Thing f't :
,' u lJL..A a.;. Commaadery, Knights Templar, at the t-,! r their line.1: ": I .aJ

l/aRuMy, .HluWfry 1110deaoest annual.meeting. held, In,'Jacksonville, ,Two'. tarnished!t.i '-''"MIAMI' HARDWARE>4 COMPANY.. .,- ; Kendrick;Fla. May >, 110<<: ;... ,::', i
cottages for rentto ,
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; V "Wo want J'01IJ'M mosey' ,
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Thursday. ,
; Editor Ocala Star-It was my pleasare < .
neatest November ."
Tatum A Co.
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The noose ope* tot -
oommlssloa" by Messrs. Harris .
l ItI room i in she city.a I the summer at tamer rata" Airy 'Mango Woo|'Croaatleo i 'f .G., 'VINCENT. and Burr last night and was Impressed ws ,,,
I rooms tad fine eulatoo. The lannc.Hoosl. which au been 'that Mr.-Burr has endeavored to' -

!... .* ..>(*: < 'It ... fVrJ \ engaged la'towing-' lighters of mango Physician and.Surgeon do his duty as far as the 1.wwoul4
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\ NDMLPLACer logs from th|east aide of the bay hero ,
.: ,. I > H. It'Jt1IIc.w1ao.UI.: been to permit him. Aa shlpperj have made
fORLADtCSN0tCoooeccd _. Jacksonvife attending.the,annual session hatrbeea.nnabfe: to operate! the last female Diseases a Specialty : -d., :t..requests of the present railroad', .
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-" : of ,the'Florida Funeral Directors few days on account of the bad weath commission la the last tare* -years.' : ;;'
-- ". and lOdatiOll. rotttTmed er.These., logs will be hewn'Into ties 'Residence 214, 14th SL The first was for a bulk lime rate. I
nvtthia caloMBattermsft IhJa .EmbaIJD1' *" and.naed.bjTi the ,Miami,Street,Rail Office 4 6 8, Hatchett Bid ;
: Jfl. .k f'W 4fi& : room -was offered a large order, for.chalk
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-( 1.J t\ way Company-la-laying their tracks ;. shipment!from .Baker A Holmes of f ;
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y'or"Sale Tlne"'tuinti In" lachid- la this city.: *These ties will be more .v Jacksonville:!for?growers'Of tobacco 4 t. r ry-

evtnI-: daylet! tug handsome mahogany piano refrigerator expensive la the beginning than pineor r QUIT iv ; '. in the upper part of the State. "I ;-
5c a ass ligh. re-. andit, . *: "" a aavlng a.tbe.wool: la of such a aa- Kllls ..
: 5. A. C. L. Co tot a'rstewhich"wan0
\' fdl".t-'f: eftId, ., '' k 4- 1-| tare that It ;Does not rot:quickly.but MOSQUITOES '. flatly refused' and I waa notified not '=. ',

.. ..I lag-aO- .'holtf'B.43rd "_ 88B MRS.. McALLISTKB-BBCK remains for'solid many cither years;bLt while water an:or others exposed 16In K ', F'.. il m*, to load bulk lime In their can. I ap", .. '-T';
ABOUT KXAL ETAT14 plied to the railroad comlulon for a .
decay or need replacing In.a few years.BROSSIERJi tIn
,. rate and the rIPt'to toad bulk lime '
door 'eaat of Avenue D oa 13th ,i Patent For .
iit .AppGed .
,. 'S earL I wrote to Mr. Burr, u I. ''"''!!':::''I'-
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Street tB1dJ4iq' THE RACKET(} STORE n'oenect, yaw resrta. At all Druggists S knew him best of any member of the

: ; Mrc co : commission. In a short time the rate '
; MUS-QUU-U
". For"Rent;-Furnlshel. house; cool was ordered on and today numbers '
it. ; TllClMosquo IIX'J'OOIIii' sad. bath: Ill Tenth St Jacksonville, Fla. of cars of bulk lime are going from ,.,: 'j i t ;
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,, the kilns of thIs connty-to the sand .'
S 5 -;'s brick plants and for other u.... The .

: : I \, saving to the consumer between Qm C ,,1 C t
1. 'In bulk and lime In barrels amounts .; .-

:Canopies ; to $ao or f40 per car. _A,year ago ,'
'., 1'i", "I' ;; ... \ 'I took an order for two cars of lumber \. .-tU
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DaagtaodSunday! "', \'fOR can'
... : --l.'lo."to' I.75: H ,. t \ for It from the A. C. L. Co.They do1 ,
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I.?. 1, > 4 1iIs : .I' .'. own line so did not give them to me. : y.:: ;'!, \
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I'" .; f'' .j :. :....j:. __ t \, was exhausted. wired Mr. Burr y '% ,
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Nmy situation la regard to cars and ,. .
4 Seven Issues. Mosquito time Is here and you I In twenty-four houra 1 had cars and '

my lumber was loaded and on Its way ';,:,
.,.,,,... wants good FULL; -'SAR."W j Grocery liargains5 to Its destination. This has been my ; ,;.
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i". sell''the' =best .,cheaper. ;Also commission. It looks and feels good 'i. :
.' ,- to' me.' My ticket will be Burr and ,,,?:
netting by the yard, 10 cents. - : BUtch plain common men. the kind : '"
15 cts. a Week I want to look after my Interests, 1" .
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a 'WATCHTHIS SPACE Tours truly :--':::S-'. .
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SMITHSBOORSTORE AWE AND'SELL ELL EVER ITCHE, HINo-P.ER- ; .' :JO ?,., .->:,""";,, ;; ",, <' '' :-o'"_.",;.>s...-.#.-... -".. t.. -.
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Magnolia Grocery Company .' ..''" '
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F. THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS SATURDAY MAY,.. 1906V .

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.THOS..W. MATHER. I '
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MIAMI FLORID.Meohuloil .\ tberebT announce myself as a can
and Hydraulic Engineer i Political dljste tor/the,,office of (tax collector '
Windmills, steel towers, tents gas I J ,. orf ad.'eou ? subject jto the action Q-C"1{ ;
..... puaplng engines gslranUed i f ; 4) fe- of,::tie Democntie primary."\7 UTtTa. 1'1.n' 1
wllolualL'beda1 : i' t; f' J. BaMee. e
and black pipe at .
..achlnery designed Cub g nt, AeeQlene Oenerators. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .
tar Kagle
I i&| Dtetrict No. 4TJie I __
friends of A. Lee Allen desire

..... this bU4la.Dot_ ( Itd;.>lace'hls name before the voters -
ahar tile <
will !> i. mntil
Miami cr tic PrloaariHola tile Dahl iUtrnpoli of,Pad* County for the office ot Coun 'L1. I yi i
$4tillg or.!lot. both tlo.aui th.Wwklr Dally Metropolis.... ..ddyMs.tropotili S5-00.: Commissioner: Abject. to the action : tTn i' aitchable
.for$10.00Po.ltlvely of"!.the Democratic primary election :

BOMBo..e twJU toe' nerd Uay.15,1905, !t"1 ,;J '..t > 'i
Rillkta U: _ned BBIMI accompaBitd br the t'i'OR
: COUNTY COMMISSIONER .

P District Me. 4 ,, -... -
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to' tithe friends of J. J..B0 7 jTnonuflsha '
COM S te 10 a: .... for.hgln". "' Repreesntatlvst 'as a candidate for County Cos "" : r'i : : -
Open I U. I..p. m. .. F.- mlssloaerUDistrict-No.-4,.sabjea n'"s' ;
7w n .-..*"?"-"! :::t'henb7 atmonac."my"caadtduFf
Open
t4\ action
the of the Democratic Prt- : :
'Tueedsy sfUfnoea n.arv.d.tor ladtee.Saturday ,fereneon reserved children Dade;.County sTo 011,1 sub fusty IA I
mlt us question of my Qualdcattcasto
COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS in that capacity. U FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER) .
represent yon
Admission. 10 c ntl. Skating S9 cents nominated at the Democratic primary l Second Olctriet

} \. tOt It. West tI toe Facto!')'. Upstairs shall and elected devote1 iv my-the best general,efforts election to you I hI'cu41daq U'rlndl William for county Helm commissions announce' Week Beginning, MondayMay 14;

r WE CAN HELP YOU TO. MAKE terrtce and the welfare and upbuOding'of from: the Second district subject to the. .
action of the Democratic primaries.Hr. ,
.: Dade county shall receive ay
HOME
YOUR
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earnest consideration. Helm U a successful business
COMFORTABLEAe
t. ATTRACTIVE AND' Respectfully.. man.' enthusiastic for good roads.antclass ; a.
g. we!can furnish you with useful "' r J.;'W.e Wataca.r dm engineer, and wenequipped -
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(. and ornamental articles for every :.J t L'' I to fin the oma&FOR ',I V j : :
and-torchon
kitchen. LACES-IOOO val laces worth .
room from the parlor to the For Repreeentatlve ,
f FMewr Pub Jardiniere. door.,' To the People of Dade County: 111 COUNTY COMMISSIONER w jl from'6 1-2 to 1-2"cents. Your choiceat
,and porch mats rugs, lamps; At the request of frluds U4 with ffl First: District _. .5c .
Don't fall to see our f per-yard iv . . . . . V'. :
"' straw mats. a desire to serve yon in the Itate Legislature I respectfully announce myself u ;
sanitary.cooking .wa,.. Rocking' I ,*I.unosae..myself a'eandl- a/candidate for the office'of county A line of Scotc f.-figured lawns-colors: war- .

t ham were,'mixing bowls and napkins date for primary this once to subject be bald to U tae May.Democratic abject i commissioner to the action for the of First the Democrat-District ranted. Per ; . . . . ., ..\\1 5c. -.' .

Johnson & Tompkins respectfully solicit the'support ci W J;primary of May, 15. A line of Alme 1 la batiste beautiful patterns :

} ) elected the people I wm o:faithfully Dade county: and Impartial. and. If ., Fla.LFOR Harry. DoBoti.jpuptter. worth lOc noi If. ... . . . . i7' 1C..

.tuU...or the offlee Ladles neck and sleeve sold
discharge the, gauze vests taped f
T 5 and lOc u.4'1I1U do an In my.power for TOUT ., COUNTY COMMISSIONER everywhere at' I 10 to 12 1-2 .
l best Interest and welfare.: I trust te 10 Second District :
.. hare the-pleuure of meeting the voters tl{ the Democratic Voters of Dad 4 for.. .. ........ . worth25c

Variety Store at an early date and discuss all f'i,County: Ladles gauze vests better grade :
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i: public questions and define tally my herebr.uaoutl myself 25c
a can-
1- 9 position in reference thereto.:: "_ !ft.lidate for the office of County at Com- 15 cents, now(3 for . .. .. . .
&, ";NelOlt 4vewM DMiami.. FIa.l I.recognise the fact,that a'public nlssioner from the Second District
: Calico and lav, n worth one dollar
once .. a 1 public :trot- and should Dade county. ,subject to the will wrappers 95
you"hOllor, me.wttll,roar.YOte" I will- ,pt VI. the Democratic voters as expressed and fifty cents now . . .. i. .cAl '
highly appreciate your' confidence and I at, the coming primaries

--.. IVire for Me: will be loyal r to.. your_ Respectfully.O.' interest. : J. .Paul C. Jones. | large ,variety of remnants and soiled goods Ion
t JiiWest Palm Beach Fla.
BARGAIN' COUNTER ,
i',!'.. A.Worley. : : at your own price.

t' and I'll Wire For You'' For County Clerk > i;ii'FOR COUNTY, COMMISSIONER j ShirtWaists
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District
.' To the Democrats of Dade County: :| .Flt h t.
,., I tab.this 'method announcing ; jl: hereby announce my candidacy tot .
'Phone 176 my candidacy for the office ot County enomlnatlon to. the office of Count We wish to Ball I your attention to a more beautiful L
Clerk subject I to, the' action.of the I tommlssloner. subject to the action line of. shirt waists with short sleeves just received.: .
Democratic primary: and will appreciate ,4 'the Democratic primary, and eo- '
C H. BROWNLtCTRICAL The are truly exquisite., YOU WANT TO SEE
> any support. that my friends 1 licit the support. of my Democratic 1
: I can give a.Rapeettony.. j!Mends '. THEM B.FDRE THEY ARE PICKED' O ER.
'I',: [ CONTRACTOR. *-- 'Z. T.:.Merrttt. \ E.. O.' TweedeO.f i
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White Silk Gloves

._ 11t3AwaMC_. .. J For County,Clerk... j f FOR.COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,
full'appreclatioa of the'high j- First District delayed much f
With
The long called for long white silk
honors asksd for v\ prowl lag faitiv ; ;I hereby announce myself as a caa- t
: -- fat performance: of duties If elected I j Udate for the office of county commie- gloves now received. They are In elbow'and full V :;
bare the honor to announce myself a loner from the First District of Dads arm length. Only a small stock and HARD to get
Ii BISCAYNE candidate.for the office ot Clerk of the ,f snnty, subject to the decision of.the
i ; : ; Circuit Court of Dade County and ask 'ming Democratic. primaries. '
for your vote la the primary ot May L J Chaa. McPherson..
DRUG IStL'V l;F: Jandon. Stuart. Fla.' -
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I For County Treasurer FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER _
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'i COMPANY !To the Voters of Dade County: 1 District No. I 'h1'o
been identified with, Dade the Voters ot Dad. County '
; .Having : '
coutT' line. 189; hsybg done the I.hereby announce myself as a caaIJate rJ{Oyster and Cpqp House
s-: !very best I knew how.as an Individual ) for renomlnatlon to the dee Money
: dtlxen to 'make'It,a prosprrms 9f"Couny'Commissioner In District Sea Food Our
county; having lived at I bofi I end J l to. subject to the action of the : Specialty
st ,of tile coutT. '&IIoS. having fined, a .J femocratlc primary election to beheld I !
Medicine :public once so'that the people V nw I : May !15ttt..1IO" I V. Gyster'bl plate,quart or gi Jon.. .
t; !now whether I'do eo conscientious .J :.- w T. A. Wlnfleld. On Short served at all hours j J41of I2tl Street; Miami Florida
ly. I now offer myself as a candidate i -
tor, the 'efflce of Count Treasurer: 1[< #*' FOR'COMMISSIONER '__ ..
; In medicine be careful l .subject -to the Democratic primary/ i' District No. Sro Easy ) Before'
: Investingvr
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I need every TOte that I can get and the' Democratic Voters of" Dade ; :
;, in what you buy and :trust that mr.ftieli4a whether la the County j : "' ;i < -

where you buy ice,It is i city or country will tot forget me I!\1'take t1s "method'' of announcingay I Ihti1.tj''T. : .,(J
on the'day of the primary in return J candidacy for. the office of county .Dade' (fa' P .,
not only important thatyou I tor 'which I. PI mlH. if elected 'to I ommlsslouer from.Dstrlct No. S, sub- .

thVt estvak.; I perform.the duties of the doe with J eel1 to.the action or.the Democratic been adopted, bj the best people,off the country as theheaped
get ;>> as much ;;courtesy accuracy /-,| 'On wmteV. 1
I 1 rimary.. account.of being engage .j 4" power forraistnZ :Note pe people who hare
ues. but also that you- promptnessas, I Clye'to.. my' prtvr.e t!d in vegetable growing It'will be Im'poss1Dde 'B they could hare, steam gas and hot air too if they want- -'
that" you slnessOe: O. Cnrrie.; J ,for me.to .make .personal; it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this 1.'
get goods give amass of.the ounty'mr'crop de LOCK AND and with 'my pump mechanism that Bate just been
satisfactory results;we' FOr County'Clerktske r. maadi. :mJ.atuatlonanst..at..thf.tlme. : :' teel patent on. I will guarantee to (double the capacity,,
this >method<< of announcing I: This being the case I earnestly Expert and fife of any.wind mm outfit.*"An/ infringements wilt''
V'V have a reputation for myself u a candidate for the offlee 1 irfe"an lay friends to 40- whanheye ted. :.: '
k of,Clerk of;Court tor Dade County; 4 fatny.behalf. kLtL*Wa1L.JFOE Avenue C _L t jl I
furnishing ,.satisfactory; subject to the action ot the Demoeratiaprimary. ) ,
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-and' Reliable Coods.PINE'CANDIES .' F. W. Hahn. t. COUNTY.di0M141$10NER Jldate for the
; .8th District,_ tJae T.. H. PERRY Cocoanutj'GroV ,, _Pk'rlda.eeDr..Bu .
"For Clerk oft Clreurt Court % l ltr:E1rk Mmnroe/rf Cocoennt Grove covatr. subject to *- -- i <-? t. -, >

T'o the Democrt'le; Voters ot Dadi haying] ; beta unanimously nominated friends.ark [

: County: f I for, county commissioner by a JDUIII1teUA1' '
X .hereby present my name .to tht '
I of dtismj. we hereby an- nham
voters in the coming Democratic prfcnary I novena hU'andiduy'subjsctto'tuaction :

AND ;CIGARS.TeL circuit as court caadUate for Dade far eounty.clerk 'of_ 'the fnnroe or Jw the,beta Democratic a resident primary.of Dade Mr. FOR 47aGy"'t'a; .t; =, 11> rOb ",, 8

', rears Having Invite resided inquiry here for and twenty-five investiga- I onnty\for;more' :t1u.: twenty, years dldate I hereby for the l' ,, ;The Miami r Surgeoan S
i-: 'luringwhich',time he has shown an Specialist
;: doa of those who do not know me per the: Tenth : :
1 1lieD. mllfl-a''CIeal. in.the cause of good
: ,' tonally as to my reputation as a stir. county Abject to
3 Core 12 roads, and has
Su Ave.- D steadfastly promotedeery'worthy"Interut'of'our
:" my n ord as an offldal in years : : ocratic voters at are a suffererfrom, any Chronic Disea e, Ulcersj Tumors, Caa-

put and my;fitness an&'competent ,! .. I.Therefore ,we asks for greatonntyw hln. election. or any Blood'Disease;Catarrhal Disesea of Head-Throat
for the office to which I aspire. U'.If
; I the hearty support of all good citizens Drspepsiatndifesbon, Rectal
elected I promise fair and court*; ...' ... ,FOR CO I Lunf StomaehorlBowels
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We are Now Ready-to humfshTribune on* treatment to every atlas at the :it the coming primary. Tenth i'l i j;;' 1'DiseasesVemaleDiscasts'} .
ki ;(Signed) W; A
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!lands of every person connected with '.. I take this I "
Sac lt.1-.1 ne oma.r- 0.s.B.: B-:Richardson.'commlttes.Potter/. I mJlllf .a .! .All Latest BlectrI al:AIds.I'I Homeopa'Jiic Medicines
.Soliciting the support of every rout constable for tae

Deco co&slUers n .'I am respectfuUy. g Ic-PrIJIIaI'J'., .
and other .. '"rFOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER'- "' :
Eugene H. Dtmlck.. 1StJa. 1906 Ladies Maid Alujs la At eniince
West'Palm Beach.. Fla. l Second District ,
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,makes of Bicycles For'Clerk of the Circuit Court To I hereby the Voters announce of Dade myself County as :a can- FOR-MEMBER-- ; r. in Metropolis- -? { From 9 a. .,. to 4 p. m.Sun excepted

Udate for nomination to of : .
Believing that my ser .cos for tM the offlee v
last flveyear u Chief Deputy la the 'aunty commissioner in District .1. :To the People !
office of the Cleric of the Circuit Courtqualifies abject to the action of the DemocratIc Urrellt'requelt <
me for the''position I bets.with Primary Election"to be held Hay at the combs

.' respectfully Cleric: of announce OrcuU my Court can'Ailicy.for 16th. IMC. Pea B.. Baker.- i as county candidate board for Chase & Go. Chases Barney

-ubject to the approval'' : the Dffl6- ,'OR.TAX ASSESSOR Ands me not,
To the Democratic Voters of.Dads partisan br as
cratic ;lrimuy.V rL t County true that I hare 'SUCCESSORS TO r itI
.a ntt-'l ; .1*
t- I will be?a candidate*for re-nomina- as an educator:". CHASE &: BARNEY IDC FireFRUIT
-. For County TreasurerTo h ion at the coming Democratic nrhanry people want my I .
The blcycles"an 1.other' the*.Voters of Dade County: tor the office of..Tu'A..IIOI' and reipectfully but Important AND
goods .are.the best stan. I Jaerebr.&IIlZOuee myself as a tea solicit your support. of no sufficient I VEGETABLEPACKERS AccidentTornado and
this serrlce.
dilate for renomlnation to the oats Geo.. 0., Butler.
dard goods on the market -out-Tre&l1lrer, subject to !"the ._ I of office.: and I ,
FOR office but I
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action of the Democratic PrimarySection CONSTABLE
Hartford and other Tires.- to be held May.l6th. HOtia > Tenth District I to any Cash Dealers III.
Coaster Brakes fitted to 'old H.;Raulereoa4' I hereby announce myself as a canUdate The'rest is up J
Miami fia, lea\ for the"omce of Constable In. Insurance
wheels.. All work guaranteed 1 Tenth District' of Dade county sub! Miami. Fla.,
For Tax,Collector_' g'+ jest| to the Democratic primary and I
Best new wheels for- ,rent, To the Voters of Dade County: p nk the support of an my friends.Respectfully. FOR MEMBER Material -
I hereby announce myself aa % ttJldate .. The friend of FIDELITY BONDS
231 12th Street.., Blue Front' at, for'r nomln>t'on.to the offlee ,W J. Wilson.FORCONSTABLE hereby present I
4 County Tai Col ,cto'.,I1IbJecttjtr+,; date for member Packing ud Wwelioiis-,
& Clark the action of the I aocratie.Primary : lie Instruction J East End VLci!!!1 Blur Dock. OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI
Carroll lO be. heLl May'It.;. 1905.x jj| I Tenth District trlet of Dade _
T. KOantief, I hereby announce myself u a'can- action of the L





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Empire Dry Goods 6 ,. AI ,
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line of 'JI"I
Beautiful T. McCartyjhie| well known I' r
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.. apple grower of''JEldred, Fla.; ha* writ- .
Ladies'Trimmed'Hats ten A. F. Young: Co;of New York ;. I!>' .. I:
City as fonow; j"I think )'ouwouJJ : ',,,..,_, ,..j'-'tM.;.: .t-'" .,"',-..M,_! 'i i.f ..ur ...""".. !"lri.Jf"!"'?- '_''I'j '
be In anthoi- ":11 t.i'j' .. .' '"; \
Justified ,UUng on my X ., -,
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q' to wear=' Hats of '.' ed, and that It ;will be late Instead oft :".....I.:'j'! >>.)t .: ,;, .,!:. .. ,, .;," .. ., ." ..:;A
early. The : will be 300- "r'.r., ,..' """" ,_ ,-.- ,
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crop nearer .L. .' "" ; ..."."" ". ,
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000 than SOO.OOQ. ( '.erates. as many hare -; "",>- -,'" -- :!>-1.\ ..'" : ..' .....<'. '><.' '" Y.
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every description reported. The: !tI fields have but little '' > ,
In them and Bjj younger fields hareair
,, '' Come" hr and seer : a / ; but not vl'large{ crop.'. It will f ? calf.ji ';
be June 1st to 10th before many:lines Anxioussleieat
leave .here, fudging:from present ap i
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pearances. Many-people have overestimated .. f""V
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the taop and the papers
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here""navebeeas> : taylog'tthat pines .. .
All the latest would go by Ma$ 15th. etc. f Nothingof
shapes r.: jjii-I
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and sizes in The FJrit Rock Road ,I .
styles The first solid tock road building la
St. Lncle coanti'jwas commenced tills .
both felt week, the work]being under the direction -
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men's hats of County Commlvslonej'K. fl'
::b f k.BSS r ;* Z J* B.Ranler oiv ojj the Fort Drum'road t'
L jo.f {;I .<:: Just west of the i; town limits of,For.PlreeYbere 4
{ sand); straw/l'Also afig commissioner; Is bartog. to D 2 .

Vy ; about one-fialf mile .0' excellent ;; u. ..
line ? ; road laid. The>work on the road la .' ...- t', ., ..."
genuine being done in tie! most approved man. ';' '
nero Large \>bowlders are placed lathe ': '
ruts and the whole surface cohered I 1.
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Panama Hats at with a dressing of the soft rock i :Y:, ,

-fey, V, \ which wben packed and dry wtnjbe : .... .\ .


$3.00 ,:"-BargalnPrlces.4 :*: I \. i j to smooth*It;be Is satisfactory hoped and coaplete.that this"both trial la;:regard wUl\ '1.proveto. "\; 1-' :'t: :I'iP-5.":' __ :. r. .. .. ;y :}\'I K I

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1 ;; *' 5 cost and qaalltjr and that from It defla- : Jt \

., Ifadies.whitelawnsuits: I Jnfonnatlo: >k mar be obtained far { .., ,... ." .'. J R .
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future buildtofcio; : rock'roads fa'this ,"- r: ," ", j, -'" .. .L '
; at prices that county. Commissioner Raulersoa estimates : I
that this road will be built
,. : cannot be dupli- at the rate of $1,600 per mile but the Currie For TreasurerTo
'; .: cost could be pc-nslderably lessened It :
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..0' ',- sated in Miami. the county owned the teams which It .
.... ; ..... would Jf golngrlnto rod building under. f

'${:' '* 'Alsoendte: : TrIbune.. abondlngsVaslsForttPieree it j -;1 <'t' i q (1,< ', --t to' .Uy :0: 0;>' I""'.. ,' 1

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onn ;; ,.. ,: va ,stKofumbrellas -' < irr r t ,' :. ,. : '1
"II Y-. ; ;;; .1 N.w.Town in Escambla County i -! "' '<:( ,y'
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..,and parasols H. U. Swam representing a large '

; .O'C i .. for men, ladies,, number0f In the vicinity families' of at Darey present and residing He- ; //T ;/ :!>.: : : ;.:... .-tf. .'

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her Art, has..iecured control o' about .,. '" .
I : and children. nine thousand acres in what la known ", : ,,."", ; .: ',."'. : ;. ;... : ;" '.,,,,r
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as the Perdldo section of EscambUcounty 1 ... .". : .< ,ft 1' "<>; ; .t. f'r:
and will.. In the near future, ..k.\1.H" i.; ;, : itJ'I; ,., :; I :;.1 .S. <<:;'!'-" ...:,,J.I. ;\'t'l..I1'liloj : ;

establish.a lane colony;ontba tra6C ib\tn9j: 1.(1( "iQ r t<> : : ,; "' ( /
and site hi been located and will
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of the promoters; to build an u>- ;

?cheapest IineYof to-date towqt\ere._The_property: secured "% .
Is located but a few miles north'; .. .. Iw
underwear to l5foun east of Pensarola, to which It will be f
tftemw : a tributary.she development of this
store section of Florida$ has been going on .
'in '
any raPidly for some time and a largo iii
number of colonists are already there.I I
south of-Jacksonville all whom are doing. welt "Tallahassee i
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CapUafeJ!
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t jf The Summer/1 Ponds Lumber Co. %
- ; dies& gentlemen of Moultrle, Qi, which purchased thu *4 Our 0
Jell turpentine and timber tract u s. om .e'ryd ::

through the Fellowship and Berlin sections .
for ; and whose Interests are consigned .
We headquarters all' kinds for
hosiery the Summer ,umber
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:' Ladies and Gentlemen tas .surveyors7;In the Held running a .
.. line to connect'Standard, the termlntu and '
of the S." A. $1 l R. R. In MuIonwithRendrlckL Friends

.c..J.:. ..distance : other
Empire' Dry UooStore of twelve mIl,.. This section II coy Nt :
ered with splendid Jtlmber and the ,
327Twefftb. Stre Ir M l Summer' Lumber Company wffl erect t OJ.: ? We take pleasure In calling your'attention to the following statement' .;'
somewhere ofj! this new linea fine, shewing condition of the Bank at close of business May tth, as reported to
., .. 1 large imfly thf loaUon'not Jeflnltely .the tttte Comptroller. J
,\ settled npon;J Men'are already 'at C ..i.v -- 'You win note continued Increase jln' strength and ....... >Our, deposits ..,,.
,.. '1 work, cutting-crosstlea.. .. Ocala_ Star.. are nearly a quarter of a million dollars. ,Our cash on hand and In
h _-' .;. ._ "banks Is everyone.hundred thousand dollars, or nearly 60 per cent of our. i
n t |t'A KNOCK OUT, 'He 'i'I..' Petatsee deposits; when the-Iaw'requires only J20 per'.. .""We nave a respectable
j l arpmet'qaIut ,
poor work of any ,A Massachusetts man is reported Jo surplus, no bills payable or notee"re-discounted. In fact the statement. : ..
sa kind Is that' yon-re paying. for have come t6:Florida raised a potato .*k wouM .bo considered en, exoellent. one,''jand{ one that we are proud of..
...fi""l sometilng- yon dost list- Wo dent crop: y, ; .'blame people for 8QVSLUNG'on' sold the same for a net profit of 13.700' pledge ourselves to msrlt their confidence In the future ae In the past.Respectfully ." j ..
F PLEJTTT plumbing thari 'done.LUMWNO and la Intending to raise another crop .; ,- '
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11 .. THAn GOOD of.some .other, ltapt..on", thee- .same 01'I : -- -WM. M.IROWN. ;President. of a -p' :
AV. ), coeta'ino 7 sad'sea'pf Taint i* cround'beortthIa"e&f..1I;' up This R. R. McCORMICK. Vtee resldent.JAS. .' : ;

:t. .' receIft4.Bat plumbing costs tansy other crop 'Ui expected, to"make his '.. R OILMAN! Cashier." ." i
Q. ... _and yon t get_ wbt?-- et cheated.. Bet proceeds;eqnal to fUO per acre. (2 1 t .' ; .
' .'" h' $ r \ Get ,onr''plnmblng'. and yotfH get That looks like a pretty good'propoalio 1... -"oar- 4 II., '. # f ''I
worth ,'and whO"pot one man In ten will
I roar.moneys and tare worry
(Fj'J' have the combined good'sense and : Condition of the '
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,;I;: .., I H.: .P.. iCKUMt'ei'ca' cos, i!good can to.apprariinate lack make io'equal: :|0od'and i,: clonely It. most easy'moneyampa enough everybody tot -. 1 r; ;:;, BANK f.OIB+Y BJSCAYNEAt ; ..


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Twin oj -Chickens" ) .; reported to State CocvptroBer. ;'Mif- 9th, 19OOft '

; It Is nothing ,uncommon,to bear 'of if t
l ltTY* REtQURCES .
two-legged 03 two-heaJed chicks but *
BROTHERSMachine2Shop&ig Malone BIg j goes,j''one better and Loans and Discounts .. .. .. .. ,. .. ..... .. ..,.. ......" 4U'0 15 _
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comes to .the! rescue with the' state- County Warrants .. .. .. .. I.f1.11' $$1.j
: ..at..that-hit\ hatched.IS..chicks-out United States Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 00 .: 1"y! : .
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of 14 eggs tHe says the fourteenthegg City of Miami Bonds'; ;.-.- .. .. : .'. ..'." .,;.. ";'. .. .. iOOOOO17.0S1 "" t:':i i. .
t contained two"well, developed and Real Estate Owned .. .. .. ..'*.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. tl .
separate)little Plymouthsatjjowingto ;: Furniture and Futures. ..... t.. .. .. ..f"' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.11525 iI-; tfor ; .
weakness,:he bad to assist them Expense Account.. ;..... .'". .. :-. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., 3,22411'.. j.* .i;
tit-- from the Ibm Malone admits that t.y' ? u u J .0; 1 y j" ., I ..'',:'-Ail '
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i :.Agents for' the New Era Gas. .'Engine!;: ,Gasolene he absolute Jokes sometimes truth and,;but, Is that substantiated this la an In Empire' .Trust Co.CASH., .. .RESOURCES. .. .. .. ..: ..z." .. _- I. ,

; by oJdge Beggs. who states that the In Florida Bank and Trust Co. .. .; .. .. .; ..' 2M17S1 -
and''kerosene: engine : a' SPECIALTY In Atlantic .. .. .. .. |
; repairing little feUow are alive and doing welt N.tlonal."k. .. .. .. .23. 63231M4SM .
,. i and can be keen; at his house. Pal.Ne.wai : In Vault .. ..;.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .
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I, 1- : .General! Repair_ Work> metto Total Cash .. .., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .., ,. .. .. a. .. !103,0f&09
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._ .Rheumatism Make.Ltfe MleeraM* .
[ SEVENTH STREET ,MJAML FLORIDA A happy name to the most valuable W7.7IUS
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r .,. ._ .. ... that LIABILITIES .'
n : possession is within .the rises otmankind. )::1:'"r'
-i* bt yon can not enjoy 1U 'Capltalltock.. .; ':. .. ';. .. ;. '; .. ..:- .. ;. .;':r... .. izrjoooo; '
comforts .If j you are suffering fromrhejunattsinlToa Surplus .. .. -. .. _u .. .. a': .. ... .. .. .. .. _.. .. S.SOOOO ;
: throw aside btttlaese CCevtM .. h',7... ..- ,. ..,..... .. .. .....f.. .. '.. .r. .. .. .. 4,14747 l
t : ---w. j.Brown cares when ;ton enter your home *na u of DepeenCashlere1 .. :. .'! .. ; :. .. -'.. .. 21.103 S3 '
x you can be telleved from those rheumatic Cheeks ..-.. u .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. 3,701.13 .
pains also by applying Chamber Individual Deposits ..' .. .. ,. .,. .. .. .. .. ...2180)10)
lain's Pain Palm. One application will ,Total Deposits .242,31S.0
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give you relief and Its continued ns*
for a sbort$.time wm bring ahont'a (
$277.743.55
Sanitary permanent Cttre. For sale by Bls- 4i

cayne'Drngfjpo., and an,:cInI 1Ita.. I a
I I, Jas.: H. Oilman, cashier of Bank<< of Bay Blscayne, do solemnly' swear
'"' A Lucky; Postmistress that the above statement I Is correct '
Pliimbe'r1O19 Is,Mrs. .AleUnder,'of Cary M who JA$. H. OILMAN. Csshler.
has found Of. King's New Life Pills ." Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of May. 1906.
for keeplnaj'the stomach liver and I Oeorgt R. Oomph Notary Public.
bowels In perfect order. Tonll agree I
with her If you try these painless pur- -" d 4 k
_:"r Ave. D.';Miami riders thatJetule new life. Guaranteed 'I '
,5: a.1 ts Price theLr'bna4 .



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make this sale interesting. to all who. ,cannot. ;get pleased;at our bargain counters, 'we will '

;. _1O per cent discount on all i our regular stock goods allo1'

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t ; ."too pair ladies slippers,!'oxfords and sandals assorted:-were '17 pair: boys Kakat cloth oxfords, were 1.50,
goods,'which sold.for prices'ra gtngfromtwo. Cf .U0 tocloseat. .. . .. ; .... .I... .. . .... ... .,75Gl' '
.dollars to 3.50, tojjq at. ... ...fe. .. -,' ..'" ?J .
{ : ;:)'Ito. .: 22 pair boys Urab'canvas oxjor s, were t ls, to .t
If37 uaIrTadieV\vhite linen oxfords; welt and turn t close at .... .... ..... ......J ............. '.. ..:'P I I.I 15
= t 1,. \.sole< ; were..4;. olla r*,,. 6clos.!.atU r .>..;......\... .jj: L50::f .37 pair boys: white: white! : canv is oxfords:welt .
18 pair ladies' white basket cloth; oxfords,.were C1 sole, were 2.50. to close at. ;11,. :. '.'!' . ... '..r$1 .25. .
toclose .. .. .... V' .50 .11
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+" IJ.f(17ipalr.ladles.( & ute" uck.\xlorfs.' ,f slx and.sevCO A Ak 3.50,10; close,at:..' """"".'4 "! ........ .......... ..n.$1.50'I ?, .
en dollars to close at ... .. .|:;. .. .. ... .. ..*?*,'." : ; --1 I ''
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:'. ,! 44 pair,tan oxfords,,..xere-.3.o5oans_ : <; oo, CO KAto I :- s:. ,..,
closeat, .;;.v..i'.f.V.M-i.: ,. ,. ..'/ ;;.-i.sf.. *...... ,..?P.- IVf.iti s th-bdD'-- ,--" -- '- '- -" .- .
: '. .,Ij.-x -- -'''' '' ". (l.jJ. "" ; "'-'- I\J 45 pair child's.Datent. .ea 1- one strap sandals,
i 0' r':.:...- '," .':. : -.... : sizes 1 .to five, were one dollar,''and one twenty-five." CA.JUO,
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f l'; .! .' .....". '- --- '-- : x150 1 sizes I to'five,-toclose, at-.l.?.......!............,.......50G -...
I I :,1:77': par men. white canvas shoes and oxfords, y "" 0 i i h' .
j ." .'.;.:,"er. '#.So/3.x!: >'and 3.50ao. ,;:_ ,close at.....:... ;..$1 .00" ,.62 pair celldren's, and mbses' ,| hlte"linen sandals,8were '' '7 I". l()
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.4 ; pair-men's-white.' : ..canvas oxfords. Elk sole 1 ,' -- I A -- $2 and 2.50 sizes 8 to2'tP"eloseat.-' .- .. uv \
f were 4.0C.to. close(at.... .. ..|1. ... ....... .. .$2'\ U .87'pair children's- and misses'- hI canvas oxfords i : 1J ', '1'itR I:}',S;:, ?an.'d. HKlci'k d and Diamond CO CA ; _sandals,and button shoes,. sizes, 6 to 2, to.close at.. ...; r
'ar A "'"\ calrs oes-were ,to lose ab.'; *'.*'VJr 44 pair misses' patent leather :landals, were two :.
/1 f **- 281palrHanan''"&'S yoo.Jns6.ocranclfoo-pafentvici c | :; |;/| .j !i..M'CJ. lit !1-dollars,.to cl eat.: ...!...:.!...... ..>..*..*...*.*..*..'.>..=....-...Ftt.. 1 1.20' J.i

,HH.oxfords and}''ac55.es..nt 1 close l at.;.. .:.. .- T 50' .,17.pair children's Dongola sanoab, .were'l.50to "
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33 pair tan Russian calf! oxfords and lace shoes made by : -
Hanan and Son;:were six dollars, to close.them' CA '37 pair children's and .m.l.--------, -
; ti .out at ,.... .... ..,. ., .''"'t:1: 10 -' > ;.Ii..."...,_......... ..4. were 1.75, to close. at......... .. J( .2i 1t.!
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SHIRTt5.--150 cent discount..
-_:cent'discount. "We,have:some special bargains; for boys; 50 per .
; % smallmen: ,and large. Sized 32,. 33,.34;40,.42'and 44:, .... One hundred boys suit: on the bargain counter to
t Give us a call, these pn will contmue until this J be closed out at zero prices, : .
i "* lot of clothing! i 'is sold out.. 4 J200 pair boys'pants to I be sold at 25 per ct. disc.

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ON MONDAY Junes F. Jautfoa Cindiditi For Circuit Court Clerk, RiviviiSomi
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i' MORNING ITEMS OP GENERAL k Ancient Political History, of Interest to Voting Public, .


"A DADE COUNTY' MILL NEWS INTERUTMetropolis

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"Regarding Up matter of my being financially Interested la Abstract
"' c companies, will state that to an of your rigmarole, It Is the only charge
you make, which I JJNQUAUITEDLT ADMIT. la 1404 Mr. Dearborn rat
Erected By C. H. Perry. For Bureau. for nomination as Clerk: both a* and myself OWNED: STOCK IN[AN ABSTRACT :
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Key West May 1L COMPANY his stock Is now held BY THE: PRESENT' CIaw>Land
Eb' Monroe At Cocotnut I AM STILL IN POSSESSION OT MINE.' l .
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Miss Hilda Russell "
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services
The The above Is takes from aa article which appeared la two of QamTs '
.'/. GroYl-Whit .the Utter have been secured ai operator of the papers on the 6th aad 6ta last;and signed by & a ntts. '
In the
," new pipe organ just installed
.; r. yyr A little bit.of political history:
Sparks Chapel I -
: : SIJI.About It Nemo the seven-month-old son of Daring the campaign of 1100 when the late Mr. Dearborn first ran for ,
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Tor&4Do..dIed'on Clerk Mr ntts very strenuously opposed Mr. QuImby (now deceased who
.Yt .t1. Monday morning after a snort illness. r ? was at that time elfrk of the Circuit Court and candidate for re-aomhisrtom,
:;! The funeral services were held Tuesday TaiJ on the'grounds that' he Mr. Qulmby, owned stock: la the abstract company
abo"wn.t:1a afternoon from the Congregational of Bobbins, Graham and Chfflingworth. and as a result Mr.Dearborn was
f. The attractivewater tower -
.? : the accompanying cut was recently i Church. ", elected: | \
.built: for.Mr. Kirk Mnnroe/rfCocoannt: .' Deputy United States Marshal GorearHved Mr. Dearborn {took charge of the clerks offlce on ,Tuesday(January
, 'Grove, by C. H. Perry;, the,'windmill ,in this city Sunday on the r 8th. 1101. and appointed Henry J. Anthony deputy clerk. Some time daring
::expert of that place. steamer Martinique from MlamL He that week Mr. Pitts was appointed one of the deputies. la the cows
V: The entire structure Is 65 feethlgh broughtwith him a prisoner who will of three or four months# afterwards Mr. ntts went to the hospital In Chlo-

; i i and carries a 5.000 gallon tank.-The be tried In the United'States Court ago and after his recovery he returned to'Miami accompanied, br the. late
. tower Is surmounted by a ten foot aer- for'aeiling.11quor without a license. j'Y ')fr. Pay | j I
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'motor' which, through Perry's patent EJUot Patterson arrived In ,the city IH Mr. Fay Immediately set about to make up a set of abstract hooka.
r pump mechanism sully lifts a bountiful Monday afternoon. ; on f; the steamer' ," During this time the Biscayne Bay Abstract Company was formed, with
,fr supply of water 61 feet This mm Maacotte. Mr. Fay Mr. Fltt| and Mr. Dearborn, as stockholders.: All of the work,
o ins In the lightest .of winds with a Capt, Beehler at the evening sere drawing off the Jata and posting the books was done right la thf clerks'S
/fenlmnm of friction, and without ices at St. Paul's church:informed the : office, and the office of the above abstract company remained there until .
,vast of water. Also'there Is no congregation that a telegram recetv- I ': the volume of thd business assumed such large proportions that larger
- ways Js-th case with the old-faahlon- Pears :vestry from ReT. M. Campbell opposite the Court House. j .

, 'et stuffing box pumps. "> Stryker,that he baa of accepted St',Paul's the 'FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. To show thai Mr. ntts was sincere when h* said: "And every one
can to the rectorshlpi
,' Mr:'Perry has mad ..a specialty of *" .. knows our fellow-man's weakness for wishing to make an the money a*
shin business for the'put ten years.; cairch. \L :\.I : / ? r.. l "
over the countyroad 1' ,can. The voters, and all those who received deeds etc. from the Clerk'sOfflce.
h.rttcar ran
and has set nf over one hundred wlnd'nnute.tovthera extension Monday mornlngjeav- -'i' 1'i after the organization of the Biscayne: Bay Abstract Com any, will
Dade county.. He the of Whit andDivisionstreet I remember that a little card was found In the envelope when yon yeeelvedyour
lug corner
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.j>as had 'experience with several dlf"ffcrent at 10:30.'with a partyof prom document from the Clerk's Offlce.. This card was a little modest advertisement -
makes of windmills, but thus 'inent citizens on board' and maJfc Tallahassee Fla, March 6, 1908. for this company which THE: PRESENT .CLERK AND CHIEF:
'r far found none to'equal the aremotor.which the to the 'new Havana-American .,Ur Dear Bfr DEPUTY ADMITI they STILL OWN STOCK INAnd shows how they
run
!,la connection with ,his patentd factory: In ten minutes. Quite a crowd I will bela' candidate for re-electioa: as Railroad Commissioner. la the use a PUBLIC OmCE to further the Interests .of a PRIVATE. CORPORATION ,
lDee"he; hereby offers thu .
of people gathered to *ee the start. :Democratic Primary to be held May 15. | t '
. pubUe as the cheapest and most rvnable A special car was run down the foot Out of."FIVE;; candidates offering for Railroad Commissioner In the Now Mr.; V )er. CaD you expect: when you'go to the Clerk's: Office to
mechanical.power for the raising of Greene street, the terminus of the spring of,not; I wu the.out7 one that Issued a PLATFORM announcing get the Information regarding property, which abstract companies furnish
; .. -of Y&ter'I'. line.' and was soon lIed with representative the policy fofwhich I stood, and would work for,If elected. The result of ; for so much per. and especially while the present Clerk and Chief Clerk an a
r'i j citizen ". Democratic Primary.of July 15th 1902, was my election, by an over i stockholders In aa abstract company Can yon expect to get that Information
The completion of this line? will bea whelming f majority. This I took'not as a tribute to myself but u evidence T ,ADd yet]whea you elect a man to the once of Clerk he; assume
great convenience to the residents that the people of Florida approved my platform, and meaning what I then the same position as he would If you employed him a* your.bookkeeper
on-White: street.and the county roan said and knowing that the people endorsed my OO'Ql''I have striven from and when.you ask; for a certified: \ copy of a certain paper he should do It
,and to the several hundred men employed that day to this, to carry out my PLATFORM PLEDGES. ,_ with as much promptness, without argument u be would If he 'was your }
;* the trust, factory. la U02 { pledged myself to use every honest effort In my power to bookkeeper, and you asked for the statement of an account of any enstomer.
fir. .* -. t'*. t: J1'rt i bring about:leduetloJ1s; in.; FREIGHT and PASSENGER rates .over the you might have oa your books -| .
j '-- 4 -,* ** GREAT TRUK; LINES AND SYSTEMS! OPERATING In our: state, stating You the people; know that every word la this article 1* true. Ton;
7 The Sudd OO'QDtrr..to th outh ofi I> atthe, same;': e'ihat-ye :must recognize that some of the.smaller rail- the people by.your vote DECLARED ta 1900 that no man eocld' OWN '
Egypt Is arefto& of papyra swamps }{.'roads were Opt able to stand such reductions..J I also.promlae.!, so far u STOCK IN ABSTRACT COMPANIES and be CLERK of the COURT, too
which has resultedtfromthesiltlsa lakemore I May In mypower, to prevent any"violation of;the law. or the granting Therefore If/uk'you to consider my ability one who doe not owa
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up of an ancient than 2,000square special privileges, and preferential freight rates to individuals or localities stock In such companies and one who will be ever mindful of;!; the fact,
milti.ln area awhlca Goes received ''at(the expenae'of others.1- The fIIht.which I.made in Florida for lower that If elected, I would be entering,your employ, and' .6 Mne'J'ge. as loa *
: Our t water not*only of the "PA8SENGEl ':PARES is.so' well bow"tblit U.is needless for me to dwell -employe. i U|) ." ,1"--, .
Albert Nile, but also of the Blue Nile 'upon It In this letter. Passenger rates have been reduced. on'an the trunk VOTE FOR JA8. F. JATJDON. ,fi ,

and the Sobat It Is proposed to cut ,tine roads In'Jhe: State, except: on one. the L.: A N. '.. : .
from Ihe rust
off
Ibis swamp area B On the first day of October.'1902. the day I took the oath of office to nil I .
channel ,by:,*"canal: 'front.Bor) thejdngton Zest the uneXrPlred term of Mr/Day1 participated in a hearing at which the '
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theceobat Nfle ,
off ; aadfrfhe:
Atlantic Coaft Line and the Seaboard Air. Line railroads were summoned I
a. distance\ >vet> 200 aflea. iTb ns imetdischarge |to show;cause :.why,the trait and '.Tegetabie.'rates- from points along their'

'at thjk upper fJUJe&atiost60d""cublc Wine* should *ot be reduced.' This matter,was settled by.arbitration between
meters .second"wouldthus .
per the'RailroadCommission; and the;;rallroad.,_,and the reduced rates were
and
be passed onto, Khartoum "
made effective Novembetr1.1902. f ,. _
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would .Increase. :a( The result ha*,been,the saving, of hundreds of thonaanJs of dollars to
at.tW'leuou 50 cent Instead ,
stream' per the producers and shippers of this State. 7 On the 4th day of December, 1902. ,-..
i.d r .of feeing Jost byIepporUoa'lnthe the Commission 'prepares and lent"to .the"A, C;L, the S.A; :. L.:and the "
works at
swamp. No'storace L. A N. railroad companies a reducW tarUr on merchandise or class rates, ,
the equator:lakes..can.:*lve"effective and theywere-each summoned hearing.whichwas set for January .

regulation without this "cut, off. 6, 1JO, and t ec matter was anally imposed of by order of the Commission 7 Zea? a'1L
; ,Sand the reflated rate arersj'aiade\ effective ; 1to3-a1 applying to the !
4 i lt} t i :" f lA. C. L. and the 8; A.-L. TheL: : N ,was re Elredjto,rearrange Its. ,.' '1
trot T. WI. Bridges;a Brl ecttrer classification Jto conform to the Florida elallulcatlon. but upon the showing ,
showed the other day la popping outvoilpstvsipoundat made by that road,the, Commission could not lower'Its'freight rates; but Y'T !
jif 4.ureat1lfta.! fJaterean'order'':>astIssued(tor It to'rec1IeeJta passenger rates from 4to, I.
Some part of' the bony skeleton is cents per mile on all Its lines In Florida.The day- before this order was -
movable, and': when, this' ,Is. rubbed to.J go Into effect aa Injunction: was obtained against the Commission.
against some fixed part of the skeleton Phosphate rates were reduced oa the A.i.'O.'L. and 8. A. 1,.. bat were

.1 :c1t11. ''''.."J.5,s the friction of the rough surfaces sot.obeyed4 Clan rate were made for,the :Weat.Shore R. R. '(whIe' is ..
# sets.up a'sound. The stickleback operated bjtthe S.: A.-L.a'r.d..ere not obeyed. In;both the:above ...
e following testtoontsl fron * iCuaroe who Is the wen kaown authofDf a murmuring sound :is. produced: by "writs'of.msBCirnnsjrere Issued by.that court commanding obedience to the : .
ser m) ooks'tq boys, win doubt- the pressure of air upon the valve ,, Commlsslotft #ersk;whereupon' the roads appealed to the.United, StatesSupreme ,
leas be read with-Interest by aQ pro or Mie ;alr!Madder.:* JIa fflnother i C Zr'tidlhe cases'were argued last we ; March i.' ,

peetive.buyers wladiamir: fish,.there are two little.flexible spines ':,, 'l'he.. lflcstioa was changed by.placing stoves, hollow.ware, agricultural x ;
- To Whom It May Concern: attached to which 1* a muscle whose lmpYem it ."'etc]; la a lower class.'-'Floor In SACKS was also changed
Nearly twelve years ago I 'purchased contraction'.causes'the spines to tap from bIghette'lower class but after;some .months,.three .of the largest .
la New York and brought toCocoannt against the airtbladder.! ; this pro 'rroads secured Injunctions to prevent the farther operation of these rates i
Grove.what believe tohsrfbeta duces''*aouad. Ukthe: ,roll of. :;..'.!nIIL ::1 Class "f" rates were reduced'last spring. .Among other thing class .
the first aermotor ever set. topumping ", arrlet: \{umber, brick fruit and vegetable crates, fruit berry and vegetable .
water in Dade CountVi.an 9 .Refrigerator can:cooled Jiy, lh e"ex. baskets, etc. The A. C. L., 8. A. L.;0. 8.P.., aDd the L. A .';1
engaged ifs CnariefHPerry to.heltm > pans and ;re-evaporation of at ?tad-' 'f4 obtained-injunctions against the Commission in this matter. AH of these '; -
e place:Jt'U Fogies:Neither jof usknew Uy roeoed'gas were'tried"laat'nea. Injunctionspave been granted by the t1..S. District. Court for the NortJiern.JIJtr1et
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avthlng'about" windmills:(and soni with good results:Iftn ,oBe tot. the of;iJTlorUa, 'and- are atm pending In one '"orm or another' but oar ,
oar experience with that first one certainly railroads leading from Paris. Evaporation ,counsel arf'r confident that the Commission's rates win. ultimately be nor
was Interesting. Howe"er.e was controlled. by aa automat- tained .|| -;:. '
finally got It to running and It worked ic thermostat ThIs- consisted of''a lathe''meantime, however the rates which have been declared unjust
beautifully with the expenditure of coiled tube aIled with'a volatile liquid and nnreasjjnable, win have to be paid by the people.. \.Various' change
ne cent for repairs for eleven years. that expander'to considerable degree have been lade la single classes, and on commodities. Depots have been j jI
"L7i an that -time 'm7 oaJ7 ,.trouble beating and u this caused the" ,.ordered .re aJre4,;enlarged or built, agencies established connection. I
"a* with pumps M* .| had fhreoae pressure to rlse.th* eon was unwoundand .made *etween>*Toads. I can not go Into alt the details of the work of theCommluiott R. L. WALL
after another* and all of,the old stof- the motion of'eoUlq and.uncollIngwas for the past three and a half years but the above are the most .

box. It aeemed.t .melO goodfethat male to move the valve COD.rymn Importanti! I pledge .myself_aftln.to:the policy which'I announced four TOR ';
1 advised hin : ')'tarUI'O.1f! I \;\\. wits CANDIDATE l COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
him an order for the arstcneshould recu1artor -".. 10. arranged 'l trust my course: has met your commendation. If so. I earnestly
that be manufactured. has as to be automatically thrown out of 'solicit yonf<;active: support la behalf of my reelection, promising on my par FROM THE THIRD DISTRICT f
proven successful beyond our mostsanguine gear or restore to working condition to ralthtal ;aDd Impartially,dticbarge.tbe duties devolving upon me.

hopes, ,and thanks to itssmooth. on the opening closing, of.the doors l 'VeirjslBeerely.'Bv.! HUDSON, BURR .

,,noiseless running can now ofjhecar..l ., *. : ... .,. One of the prominent growers of balls .of ,the legislature. J} He' was a
use the,JBPPP,story of lily:new tower s'tt Pfir: is 1*'I..ft lfr.f.v* VV the Third commissioners district has delegate to the last Democratic convention .
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aTwriting-room aanoyaace
as from mill'or'ppmp..*" ._ .. *" J The"worthless area of; the) Sahara, ..,. been Induced to1 make the run for the ,held In this State, and at hi*
Desert;la proving smaller*than vhaa ,,. .' : :!iI office of' comm stoner from his dIstrict old home In Interlacheiii'he was aa
Signed: Kirk- Munroe"H. : been believed. Prof. E. F. GtnUer.theflrrt ..,Ii.!,. : ; and his randldacy Is meeting alderman for several years, serving

.explorer since 1S2S to crossprom .. "a;; with enthusiast* supportR. with distinguished. satisfaction to the
O. Allison Markets
Algeria to the Niger,.has lately : L. Wall ot OJus, the candidate whole city. I
f. Baltimore May 8- Cakes, |J tomatoes found In the Adrar plateau 360 miles against the present Incumbent, is a That he will make a porongh and
fancy, UM to $3: potat.oee.I5; from Gao on the'Nlrer. awlJe belt tt.J./ \ successful and industrious gentleman; conscientious commissioner not, ODe
( beans $2 to 12.50. Advise shipments. of steppe;Charing,from;sis": :to twelve r ; t. : who has made his home In Dade coun- among those who know him will doubt
" Thos.,H. Evans Co. Inches of rain .a'year, and' covered ::;' (I'r I n\ :.", ty for the past::llTe yean, and wherehe He comes from a section of the district
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Cincinnati May t- First car"arriv with; ponds of,grass. Evidences ofa has made a .wide acquaintanceship that needs representation and 1
ed. Best ripe selling for $!.SG. Beans,' large atone age population abound I ,ho regard him as a gentleman of all of his Immediate |e1ghbors are i)

and ntH, $2.2 Potatoes' $5.50. Including"weapons,-grinding' 'stones, high principle; Integrity and Judgment enthusiastic In his support ;
rock drawings and graves. It. appears _.....t' -':: and consider him most available That he will receive I a large support -
( $10 REWARD that the region must have gradually .. : timber.for t >e county' commltslonershlp. from all over the county aDd receive .

Lost- Pearf handle Smith We.lOa dried up, but that' the 'desert the nomination ,,* not for a jagr .
Mr. Wall cam* from Pntaam county moment doubted by those who are
revolver: 32 caL.'I.I.I.lnch barreL conditions are now dlsappearlnr and "F' 'io!'"
; Return to this. once and receivereward. the rain belt Is again extending more. GATEWAY OF LELAND STANFORD, JR.. UNIVERSITY. where he has many relatives, several conversant with the present 'poJIUcaI" s '1
i +e and more.to the north.* of whom hare ned the State In the :situation-From Miami. Record. ...V... -' ,r-. =

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Through trains to Cuba!, A railroad Storm Proof t Piers Called States, traversing as It doe AT" ,
-* ,j hundred Because: : of the'.everll7 of the section upon which has been lav- : :' 1
'Ifadc which satretcbei! i one ; ; tailed -
all of the attention'that a vast
Southern storm., the will '
OWout) Into the ,ocean''j.from* the coast piers fortune has afforded. 1 (:
? be firmly anchored1! to the bottom to j:
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sonthermost Up t>f the Florida mainland prevent them shifting out of line. 't pThe? rapid evolution from primitive,, il-i 1

Twin lines of steel that jump Into the rocky bottom piles will be unknown little clusters of cabins and '

from to another of the long, lowboll sunk, and carried np to within two boarding! houses scattered among theo :
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feet of the line oL iha arches. cpcoanut and palm groves la southern Burdine iQ
Islands which stretch away like Florida, to perhaps the most coa art Il
Abutment piers' are to be pat 1n at 4 ( I
a string of beads from .the peninsulato every Mill arch; and in these twen- ipiclous: and magnificent winter resort : nj:
"the outhwest! More than five tyelght'pilea'wIR'be'used; In the Intermediate In the country, has been a ,
striking example of modern
miles of tremendous concrete arches piers. twenty one pile progress
win be sunk. The arches will be re- .enterprise. The change has been ,.J'it e
; and .more than fifty of rock inforced with circumferential aqu r- effected In twelve years. I 11 U til

and ,embankments, over which I
earth corrugated bars near the outside surfaces fj Mr. Flagler GNat Work.
solid Pullman: trains win ran in to the and with traverse bars which '

dry of'Key West, are tied together with one-half Inch' Lat In the eighties, Henry The most ve sale of the summer
j round radical bars. yagler began to build a -1'1 attract ;
:Henry ,M...Flagler.'multimillionaire. : } In between the spandrel walls,;' south from St. Augustine along* n.// I ,

sometimes called the'"King'of, .rth filling will'be used. the ballast : Atlantic coast The pathway of season will take place Monday :I '
ida" 'dreamed It one \JanuarY rtor'j I. on top of this above the level ot ,, has pushed down through the pine "

noon, as he sat under the"palms r the concrete coping.' The base of I' ,fid palm forests Into' the jungle I .-1ft' Mayr.
'grow about his subtropical: home. BeIng rail will accordingly be about thirty- 'I labds. Resorts and towns immediate-
'one feet above the mean low water wisprang? up along the way. A chain puJ _
a man' given to making his level. of, hotels costing millions and of At jthis s.alewe will our best foot forward and )lace on the
dreams and their Jund the most luxurious la the
,
come,'true .bewoke, up t Mr. J. C. Meredith; Mr. Flagler's. ,
Seta multitude of men:to work.. ,Al.ready estimates" that ountry, were constructed;? and '
engineer;
constructing
: the_,road ,is, fast being''' constructed. the amount of material: to be usedin l around: them. In several, Instance:. bargain counter arti des that you will not be abl to purchase -
octage colonies were started : to ,
Is
the' concrete arches two hun .
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Within three years yon which came wealthy pleasure seekers
dred cubic yards of sand, two hundred elsewhere br like
may board a sleeping car la Chicago I barrels of hydraulic cement, one who spend their winters. la the semitropical anything the same price. :

and never leave It until the engine hundred and seventy six thousand : climate
1* whistles for Havana, Cuba_ f and nine hundred cubic'yards of stone i feOne would think that Mr. Flagler l
? 'The average cost of extending*'Yr 1 and four thousand and eight hundredand with so much of the general development
of Florida
already
r, Flaglers East Coast Railway system ten tons of steeL : accomplished
*ould be content, to' rest But he
over I the southern keys and Islands At Bahia Honda harbor, forty miles lOc :
Mother's
goes
rest
not seem to at alL After !
to the city of Kty West will be $95J; '. All beautiful line J
southeast of,Key Welt, where there ])I the railroad bad' been :extended e tolham1 our ,
I
000 'mile. The railroad-which be '
is from eighteen ,to twenty feet of bar and after ,Miami called .
Ifn.'at-Jacksonville and the present water and a good entrance channel a i! "
because of
Magic City its
she rapid
terminal of which Is Homestead working basis win be established; and Friend *
Bleaching Waist
.growth-had risen on the palm dotted I I
if twenty-eight miles wrath of Miami when the road Is completed to' that;
shore, everyone ,thought, that her of silksper
i' Is to be lengthened one hundred and t poInt. a temporary service.to Havana II |I Would be a halt ,.But it soon appeared 1 } :
t'Wenty..ix'mDea. at a1' total'COlt of,,I win be Inaugoarated. a matter of I
the halt wa.e. !
that long'way off for Boys
\ between ten and twelve minions '
r; .-! "[find thatthe most Imposing,features l :
.
dollar j !'pf*Mr. tFlagler'a,Plans. )for Florida# .I # '
It Is but a part of a plan wherebyf ltwentyvmilesfarther away from Ha- \ ii.t 25 1 off
( yet to be developed.
Its >originator hopes 'In' the sear fa.']Tana than eKy West' The reef bendering -[.were fThe road was extended Into a for- I ) nt\ 38cents t I
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tore from toenable passengers' to,. ride i!{ It is'broken by:a wide; Jeep\\orn\ wilderness but the people so j a :
American cities
to the
: Pretty approach channel from the ocean, and
*' longer wondered. Aside from leant This
t
palm-shaded.'Cuban'capital, without deep-draught .vessels could' _enter. wlthjOnt lag that this wilderness can he conirerted includes, Chinas. Taffetas, ||
Y leaving the 'after .
can totDe.aboardba 'danger. *
the United States With the completion --\ dredge; one earth:dredge; for filling Into one of the country's garden Satins and Lining Silks.; With '
,,they have been
brought to
sopts
of the line to Key West; huge]I I the construction work consists of six I5c Fine lingerie
the
realize Impressive fact that a.railroad
car-ferries will be put on regular tugs; one stem wheel steamer; sixteen
in this
through, to Key West, the"mo.t ,every purchase ,depart-,
barges, twenty-five' by!one hundred -
terminal
southernly, point:la the United >
,
and Havana and trains will be conTeyed :'eett..entr.four'' barges, thirty !
afloat '' t.tate.' will, bring' this country into ment we will give yourchoice '
Passenger"will then by one hundred feet: twelve barges, 'Ihe closest and Silkalines you I Waists
quickest possible
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enjoy
the unique novelty of an ocean twenty by eighty feet; one aanJ
.f-; trip of between four and five hours' dredge;"one, earth'dredge, for ning touch with 'the West Indies and South of any Butterick Pattern 'FRERI2c. ..
r America, the of
and great volume shipping
'duration while seated,Iu.the 'cars of the. concrete';viaducts, eight barges, 1
:. aJ traJD. "t I''I fortyby seventy!> feet.with>concrete 'that win .some day be' .goingthrough ;9. ,Yards for AI Prtes.
the Panama Canal., .
J < 'Recognizing: the Importance and|'mixers. and hoists; eight pile drivers; c I :
,'- volume-of. Cuban, travel,.as wen as eight towing launcbelone dispatch .i/1/ With an Immense T Interchange ""of
the future freight carrying: outlook I I boat; 'four_ quarter boats;" and one the products:: of-the .western HemIsphere Beautif il line l (of i infaft's.and i
; Mr., Flagler has long been planning]hundred dinghies. This fleet will be passing through Its -harbor.er $1 .00 25* off
I I $ West 1I"OIJIe come a great port.
the extension',of Us railroad from Increased as work progresses. :
I': Miami toaom.'poIDt; where a' I kath1 A main highway of trade will stretch childen's dresses skirts '
: roomy harbor would 4ee'l, Terminals through Florida : The commerce of' ,I ,
ships water than the New World will be stimulated.

I-,,:?. f port forded it drawing at is M5amLFrom ODe more hundred and' this sixty-five latter win Extensive be bunt in docks Key West and ;The terminals present 'the ii! 4pfD'renrtIJIg new Flager extension..to the. wonder It'.,' has of { I5cCol. I caps/-e (c./j: go 'at this sale onlyHalf I rot. .

Include the construction of ,
plans : ,
1 I 1 peen J laid that E., H. Harrimaa regarded I
miles
by boat !
to Key West, aaj: two
..' one large, drydock and tea wharves .
'1 and the Lucia cutoff) across: Great[
; **,... weeft1. but forty"miles to'BaT8DI., each eight hundred feet long"and one .,Bait Lake la Utah-buIlt for the purpose '
ninety miles
from Key' hundred, feet wide;: with basins two t I RODllldnts
West to the Cuban capital ; of eliminating about one hundred awns '
f Since the Bpani.h-Amerlean war hundred feet wide between. The Suites of track oa the Union Pacific' : .PriceI I
great piers will afford berths for for-
is the monumental! achievement of
Cuba has
u* dons experienced a' treme jay 'boats four.hundred feet long.The Ms .life. Engineering experts howBver. 10 yls to customer I
commercial development, and
J. depth of the water la from twenty to : Left
assert that the feat of bridging _
r.. a* ,a winter resort It has; become "
,
forty feet deep.With rat
the( keys Is a much andeconomic I
greater one;
I
The *
nry'popular. new lira, which -
facilities :
these harbor Key
Mr. Flagler ta now-.bunding promise West win almost Immediately rank authorities declare that aoilmflar yourself 1 ,:'this summer l > I
78clOc. buying ready
to afford much better facilities of enterprise of modern" times, y I ,:
with ,New Orleans Mobile and Gal irlth the exception'. the Panama ruEAP'
communication: between oar Island I : made ,clothes for,the baby
.
vestom ft commercial
t neighbors and the America mala- u portTb. canal,caa be compared with It la 'j 0. .
,
Importance of Key West southern i'
land. as a commercial benefit, 'to the United
naval bale' -- u -
: an the .eeklJ'pm.
'
CeneVueUoH of the Hoard,. ence of United State naval craft are tb.talel.., I '" : .I5c Y
la skirting the lower,edge'of' the In themselves ,aeguarantee'that'the< -- 12; '
Florida peninsula, the long chain of government,, win maintain a good FUORI6A'.PONGE BILL { Me hair-all colors. 150.
I' Islands extending out from the mainland depth la the hiAors tad channels. ,
1* being made use of as afr as allowing the entry ,of .vessels drawing ,;11'; : t .1 < ,
possible, bat only about sixty five much water. -- : If As'a' Dun be ';'oi parties la'Miami t Ginghams l suitable for salts, skirts, and batUm, ;softs r-tto

<.""J' tunes of the new,road :wfll. be,bufltoa .White:Mr. JTaglert;doe, not'feel 'ire Interested la the profitable Industry ,
'
.natural'foundation.; The" remainder even after the Havana ear-ferry Is la of sponging,'and by,the request M 75c and 85c quality to go for .. .. .: 58c '
I* to be built oa roct"emtJa operation that the florida East Coast of a subscriber, the bin, which, promises yard ;; .' -.

meats and reinforced :concrete- .arch-. -I railway. caa expect to compete with to affect the business very materially per $1.00 quality for . ". 72c fa ns 7
Tladncta.Starting. steamer from Havana to New.fork ) ,'1, herewith presented as It pass .. -- 18' 1-- ,
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at Homestead the new tine and New'' Orleans fa heavy through ed' .the Senate and: was ;referred"to.. : -' $150.. 'qua! (ity ,for, .'... ,. ? .-... :98c
l' .
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; runs southwest, leaving the main i frrieht.traffic he does believe that the' House, where it Do..re.ta:' -" 11' ,'- "'" ._ '
: land at the, crossing of Jewfish creek[ai large,,portion "of the passenger: I An Act to regulate the landing delivery cents I I. each.To'
''., and running oat to Key'Largo the fast freight aad'express business be-: ,'cure and sale,0: sponges < :: .; ; .... .- qoj:; pattrra'gM. with each purchase t j ;
.
longest of the keys. For: about fifteen -. tweea Cuba".and-the T United States l Be It'enacted by the Senate'an 'I.. ,
miles It will ma through 'th* win be'ecurtd.' l!*;.* ,i Louse of Representatives of the United _
center of this WOW Island and then i .Three yean Is tie time allowed'for State*' of America la Congress assembled "
.; follow the raw of the. key out to, Key the completion and r actual operation' : '** *' ". '} ;
< West ': of.rolling stock' 4. the urtIvertiseour'BuTTicK I.
over the Key West; That from aad after passage of .
Nearly thirty Islands are to be used extension.' Engineers who have to, this Act It shall be'unlawful to land i'' .- .. .-
'1 for short stretches. Bock embankments teal with,,big problems in railroad deliver care or offer for sale at any
: win be buIlt'wlen the intervening bonding: and who have been In'onn- port or place la the United States any :
;f water la shallow; but'.Jaere.'ed of-Mrs F1qler' plans, have UK' sponges'taken by. means of diving u. PATTERNS
," the water 1* deeper aad openings I hesitatingly said that It Is one of the' airing'apparatus from 'the*....ter.of

/' are exposed to storms by,break.ta ,most difficult.feata to be undertaken the Gulf of Mexico;or Straits of Florida -
the outer reefs, the concrete-arch viaduct by any :transportation system la rev tK '

'construction will be used. cent years' It win afford one of.the Provided.' That, sponges 'taken i;'or ,
la the rock embankment'there most convincing examples"la the eDI| gathered by such process between October

will be a number of tweaty.flv foot ,tire country of,the value of reinforc: 1st' ant:.May4st ot each year :
openings to permit the JIUta 'ed concrete 0 construction. The idea, la a greater'depth of water than fi ty
row-boats and small craft; -and when of riding for nearly hundred miles'i feet shall Dot'be subject to this act we will give one years subscription
the tracks cross three Important the'greater part of the ,Journey almost !4j I See. 2.* That every person guilty *
channels: drawbridge twCl:be..put In la contact with waterwhile but ;of'&' violation of'this Act shall for ito
to NIl larger vessels.The a' abort [, 41"'nee, awayifo.i flossed..1 each offense be liable to a fine of not Delineator with each $5
,concrete-arch Tladacta win:,be combers 'of the Atlantic Ocean and"less' than' 'lOO'or more 'than $500. purchase
tAe most dimcuit part of .tbe..ork. the Gulf of Mexico caa be seen from which fine than be a Hen against the
there ate four of these; aggregating the'ear windows.. Is la Itself .um;: vessel on which the offense was committed
B.78 miles IB length. They will be dently unique ,to attract passenger! and every vessel'DIed or'em-
.'3 ,from Long Key to Conch: Key (tenthol1.l&Dd to the land sunshine, and flowers. f ployed In violation .th!. ,Act shall
and, five hundred feet) :The mileage of the Florida East" be liable to a fine of not less than $100
'acres* KnUhfs Key Channel ,( seven Coast Railway at the present time It; or more than $500 or forfeiture and I I Remember onli Monday May 14 h 1906BURDINEi&PRTERMMf
thonsand and nine hundred feet); 60188. subdivided as follow: Jacksonville shan be flexed and proceeded againstby ,

and, across: Bahia Honda channel to Homestead,,main line" process of libel In any court having I
four tholllUd ant nine hundred and 39886; Titnsvflle brtnch,'47 miles if'' Jurisdiction of the offense. 't 1 I'I'i

fifty feet) The standard form of construction Orange City Junction branch '27." See 8. ',That any] violation of this' ,
to be used Is fifty foot re I mIle.;, Mayport division, 26 mlleaj' Act shan be prosecuted In the District i

.inforced: ,.concrete, circular-arch spans o'ber branches 7.6 miles. When thr: Court of tae! United States of the I
9 and piers; bn *o some places slzfy- Key West extension'of 126 .miles It district wherein the;offense was com
; .,'oot spans will be used. ,The water completed the system will have, a *Ox mltted. 'L
I* from ten to thirty feet deep Inmost tal mileage of-CU..The value of thK Sec. 4, It shall be the duty'of the : !1
places: and the bottom Is limestone road Js Indeterminate, since Its owners Secretary of Commerce and Labor' to i
: bat as these waters- are Ire furnish.DO. financial statement : enforce the provisions of this act and !
:., 4: qnentir disturbed br seven and cnJ- Its stock Is in few hands, and changes? open hIs rrqoest the Seer'+ry of the'
tt den storms, much dlfflcnlty: Is looked of ownership are almost.unheard of1/!: Treasury and the Secretary of the '
,for.ln placing!! the concrete.' An ma- It's not quoted la the financial: rf: Kuw 'may employ the vessels of the'' t

terial. Including the broken stone for ports, and Its profits and earnings art: Revenue Cutter:Service: : ana of th?,
the. concrete. mast be dellrercd, t) of little concern: to outsider f>' Navy, respectively, to that end. i j l I
is ,boat from MlamL The stone Is quarried The older part,of ,the Florlad Easf Passed the Senate? April 11. 1W! Telephone 63. Miami F a.

'* near this town' and It will be Coast Railway Is one of the prettiest Attest: Charts flenn!'tt. { t t.i. ,
y ,used on the greater Part of the work routes In-the.eastern- haH of ; ; secretary.: .

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IN JHE" COUNTRY'S' METROPOLIS I ojoar;. Want a Leaku House l ?j '

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';"... d to the figure. The orer-blonse reaches :
to the yoke or gulmpe and is cut l *%$
with deep scalloped edges and gathered
,MUSUN LAWN AND BATISTE THE In at lie waist line, extra shoulder t D" A --n I ('.
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: strap fires a. chic.arm to the .. '
{I t t\\ I' !
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I STYLES PREVAILING IN WHICH'CLOTHS}; THEY"AND liTHE AM waist i the; and lhoul.ten'.4 the puff limes end]are In shirredto a lae .1) I L! _1 tit" ? i",} n D r;:: /1 'I _s 1 01 M r J I I, : 1!

... the elbow. The skirtIs o
band tuff at
MADE, '- SOME t''CHARMINGLY'' plaits raa >outlining eight gored the: pnodel centre-front*;with seam four V V f g df so: )V,8j can tf( 41 thng, for f o q O"u1' IJ i f rc '

DAINTY COSTUMES. and around the bottom the skirt :

..tC K, should measure.fire. .and a half yards tf i ,

'3'; Bat the muslin dress Is not the whileof t I .Tjj 3 If/you vwant'ai absolutely! :water-proof/residence.! business b.ock: or a buildiug of ,any Sued '

,New York'May M...In the old-fash the "simple" costumes to be worn. 1'1 tJ w Will 1 t lie glad to shoW Ton atwater!oof artificial stone that is the best on the market
laced story book the hero usually dis- The linen dress must hare Its place J { :
corers his Princess Beautiful la some and an Important pSce It 1s to be this B 44.:::,. We"wlllldemonstrat'3 to you thatvwater can/be poured over the facing of our atone
Syrrtaa spot dressed, in a "simple summer. Never were so many white 1<' r"
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muslla frock. Now as to the masculine linen dresses teen and liner so many and will stay there until evaporated by the sun, with not the.least bit of ataorbment? by.the

are,mind I'DOIIOIDOU.terma simple''and." "Inezpen-bat alas, elaborate Jte two-piece ones or Jacket The shirtwaist suit, and suit the stone.. It is not, healthy to live in a damp house, therefore protect the health of yourself

Is7'atmpl.{m. tcaliae muslin Ignorance frock, la reality Is a costly toe- oH over extremely popular Eton fashionable or bolero made suit up are laUa and family and build a stone house. Plaster can be put! on this stonethus' Baring'the expense: '

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'affair; and the simpler'It Is' the '.hlte-- &. see ', ojf? lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone, will not, crac or peal W&: also del in
more exptuslre It la likely to be; __ .
therefore the young man wbo has not A-natty-two-piece: f costume: 1a/em- Cement. : ." : DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A. CHANCETO BID
a fold lining to his pocket should be'. moldered dotted linen had Its. skin
wan of the maiden who Indulges la I made with eleven gores having orer-
such appareL Kusllas and their like seam tucks stitched to flounce depth
are to be muchla erideace during the!, sad turning from the front while the

coming season. 1 1ro fulness of.the skirt was added to by
S. : extensions under the seams,'and the
To the youthful or,stnl youthful: front, closed under an' Inverted box Thi.
appearing woman In spite of years'I I plait. I The Jacket, of the "pony", order. r one Construction Co
comes the "baby princess style, a I I Its:open neck finished with a
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term the modistes use to ditttngalshtbt )fancy collar. bad Its rerers thrown '
.fancy top conetlet skirt from the II}open to renal a beautifully embrol.I J f
nld/sitloued "princess dress; and ,c.fcd rest showing a bit of rol4.,The ._; r rOffice
the usual accompaniment to which li side fronts and! sUe backs were tack
a tulmpUka waist of lace< or. embroidered -j I ed to the shoulders and! the fun coat Yard ; "
mull or net over chiffon sleeves' are''In' three quarter ,length :md Stone' Foot Avenue D. "Lo for the Turn in the Wai

which may be cat one of the man* baring reversed cuffs.This same
seek fashions as Is becoming to the model would be appropriate the
wearer and according.to the,duty the wool'checks, so fashionable lust now .
,
Iras most In mohair, or eyeD cheviot.S. r" <
nerve.S. . "
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A.; beantlfol moslla 'cown' designed One of the most fashionable materials
for a June bridesmaid was of silk mus- for the coming season Is the Chiffon
tin laid over a slip of white and yellow I mohair-* which so closely resemblessilk. :
cheeked silk The princess skin .: Although often seen In shirtwaist OLrGra.nd" Sa14Is
was fitted to the figure by tiny tacks i suits skirts with waists tw ClefJ ance
and fell sheath-like about the hips to I I match but always with a short Jacket :
A little above the knees; from which 'as well are much'more popular 0 A
point It made a'decided Care. A I Jaunty gown of this description was ,
deep flounce twelve Inches In depth made with a hip yuiot *'C'-a extended r
M Jate was KMfA ta the skirt: by a In a'pallel'do1ra the front uder an I
Ql olJace: Insertion.- From the top ,.Inverted box-plait; the sides, and the now a matter'of f history an d'f." f feel I as.I.I if we ought to thank_' our'custon-:
OL,the corsetlet fell ? bertha of lace back were formed of plaits ani !: .
abort which the bodice was fined In I closing wu made Inrlslble at the .ers for' the. fine business we 'had! 'Tis true sold goods at awfully low
.with lace laid over chiffon cut' la',/ back The bodice was a praia affair .wel l.
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aSao* out of which arose a jewelleJoQar. but the coast was most elaborately
The sleeve "wart modified I I trimmed'' with -npeu-'work;embroidery price| but that ,is.our ,motto:.. :Carry no',goods over''-Tbmseason to .season
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puffs ending Ia"a band. of Insertion silk and butt JBS: .tucks; extended '
and,a faIl- of lace.. from the shouldc" to the waist"line. and too> reduce our, 'stock no matter: what' they, cost. l Practically all our goo'ds'nowbar. '
eel and the fronts were ..made.todoublebreasted -
These* golpe-Uke waists' are' easily style; the. .Iee1'ei...ere'ot ck to the old prices, but in some f few lines where'we'."are still .
detachable, and permits a change Jo the elbow length finished with a fancy "*
many a bodice which with other accessories cuff baring an inlay of caibroldery have decided to continue sacrificejprices until stock i '
la different:Motors sires the which also formed a part of the shawl overitocked, 19werFd'
muslin'dress a much'longer Ufa;' .I collar. f
e. *L 'I| S. .
'Y' I A .charmlttrftr-dainty; ;costume, woe p
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Embroidered lawn thus t'coaf Ill') : :
er a good round sum not to speak 'made -o. the'haakerehlef" linen Ia' Men's"fine 'clothing l suits we'sold for -- : :We are badly overstocked i In men's pants { (

the furalsaiacs,'wasmidi up over [which the skin was decorated aroundthetooLwlthtu flfteen"ahd'eighteen dollars to close MMm and we offer olOO and 7.00 Paragon pants ,$.5 0' ,
ducks then
I ; a space f .
a body Unfair with nine gait gores TreensDkconstrncteJ drawn doh. thenthree, tucks another'specs, and them oujTat" ."*.-. .*TT7rrV. f.-: .sr. .the.best line.niade lllthet U..$"..fOr",-...tWi .

lyfco the figure la girdle effect by fine ''two tucks; gore shaped the skin at .: I )

tucks ing or and to.a ahlrrings stay cut the caught required to the UD-I'the front hips gore, and was: down a ,panel each of.lace.side of'the A A broke lot of suits in small sizes. t Our line of four 4.00,4.50 and 5.00 pants for. .S3* 01i l'

ana sang enough to hold the garment /deep shirred yoke gives the gown the 33,34 and 35. Worth $10 l arid 12, 11 6' : 1 I .

laciplaees.The.neck-was cut Wnsrrl J'prince**'effect..while a,-';broad fichu, .to close*at'.' . . ..,.in. .. -.' **,"' .... All our 350,325 and 4.00..pants for._. .. .. ..$3100 1"
-the gown being Intended for evenings edgedwdthtwo mim ruffles It becomingly a t }if I
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wear-aid outlined with a band of Insekloa -! ;drupel u Zbe figure.. The f ijtr'
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to which the fullness of the!elbow sleeve Is made with a body lining J
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body' or the flounce In )! lIPoa .which. ;a'-shoulder puff I shoe but,
legnth.The gown short tall sleeves sweep were I.!from which fan .; lumber,of frills to ie cleaned out our stock In very good shape and have these few to offer at cut prices I
tacked shore the elbow finished with)match those"Dpoa.the fichu. Inside : i I ,
deep cuff of Valenciennes lace. This i t the fichu la worn a tucked.tucker ana .
-a standing collar. Big line! of ladles shoes and oxfords Men's Shoes I Men's ShirtsMen's .:
style Is equally suitable for such other j
{fabrics as Dresden taffeta plneaptit i :-*.-' S., ,. Jrt, white canvas, duck; kid ,, '
amuse, able and many of the thin,! An attractive dress'ot white crash, 5.00 while 1.? C A few men's shoes"in Packard's $3.50: shirts about all gone but we still "fI
odds I which,material greatly commends Itself .: calf skins oxfords $ > ACSZ95. and four dollar. \Valk-Orerand Geo. hare a few of the Manhattan and,Real :
s e ( to women.because of its 'washable :... now.i. ....... Keith's:3.50 and four dollar. Slice Palms left; Worth $2 00 ;45 _

',,* .pretty lavender rre slip ch'baulte In a style mad4 suitable up or- tamely Qualities'simple,;:lines'was/ta produced a plaited: ta1 skirtbaring ex :i .5O.ht new,;i i:!.canvas......;ozfords....:.......,. : .,I' at badly', .broken......... ,.To....dose..0..)...-...5 L.? 95 60,to or close more at shirts.. .y worth SL2S t ;.00I ;
f-2.50 wh ie canraa oxfords : SLso.to closeat.P .
| well fitted yoke while ,3))I195 ,
.-.ia tall slender figure?.was Intend ,Pie wl1at a narrow wu?Said In:narrow,plaits \ : now .:. .......:::..::::..... ; 'Aboutthirt1paitofS2.50udafe.put : _' ,
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1 a graduation party.. TU.kIn IJOwhi |canraa oxforda' : 3.00 shoes, most sU sixes :( .Bn Shirt is must t. -(2O d ;i
:..1n:;was{which modified the fullness by a aln about ored the pattern hips and white was lace finished narrow with buds rerers of Telretaflt o: hear :: j'J ST.' 'BOW., IT"4 .........";,'....."..,....I$J.35: Todose at..r'.i.. : ....V Z5;' ''I( .lClut r t tf

I was disposed of by 'means o:; tiny buttons 'a'':bemisette'of'Iacsr, and .
.tucks extending to yoke depth. The deep cuff s -/ '
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tover part of ta* skin ,was dlsda4blahed I''f'O':- .- 'I, = ,iijwilf a plea8uret,0 :our part to have.yuu call l :and ock and prices .o er. Our st* re is
by groups of tucks fire taae .,:;"Crosstltehmbroldery.was the dltactlre ,
bottom group four and three ta feature;; a white linen gownintended ; 1|larger_ l>>len 1'of air space: always cool] and 'comfortable'durinkthejummermonths.: l ., Every one says, a

::the upper cur croupon.laid la with. bodice lace and was ouv a"square > ',was'of,flrsrgorediesor.ptloa for,1DCIralIIcn.. skirt:fitted ,; .,it is a'jpleasare 1>> to trade at oar store. All goods marked,in plain figures and strictly one. price to all

lined with a fanciful 'orer lapping .to the figure ta-tiny tucks,;"sad i 'rl1 I: ',' I II If
collar Three tucks ran around the baring a front panel with a,row, ot f
,bust Hue. The '&1..,.. had tacks buttons down each aide, while around
abtre,the tucked cuffs 'should .... fire and
banded with the Dottonv! which :
laee. A'white aUk girdle gare the a'halt yards vide was s bead U cross. 1 'W sdl the Wow nt the world a
best that to knoWit"//
buy
Pbdahing touch to this. ,dainty"""t;.COWL. stitch embroUery. The waist 1I'UIaapecflo : money '(can J ; (
s. the shoulders.with the UttV. fa -
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,as'I",. written yo'beton Ukbra4peae4onr: a shirred ,, f
urpUee.waist 11'a general tarorite tucker bib effect, outlined with theerossstltcb
'because mills general becomingness i i'an ,;while ,from the Job'Ie '
it wu the salient feature ta the; the:-waist was a panel 'ct.the same n? !
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of a hanJkerchlefilmen width and oparntly: a continuation
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coin trimmed with aU-orcc-potat ,de of that on the"skirt'- Thesleereswere
Company
Venlc* lace! and InsertfouTht.bed.! of three-quarter(length ending The Anthony Romfh
was supported by a lining baa In_ a: cuff from which extended i an
. fulness on the .bosldere.:which,under sleeve 0: shirred muIL'. 'A pret-
tnkhe back was closely drawn.la atithi lily shaped belt ot crosfrstltch finish : t t __ I
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fthe fronts ;which lapped broadly:., -- ,.a;rery- 'stylish costume..Catherine .- ; ,
rrom.fhe right to left -'I'MnrpUee ]Uaaa-PaycaaU
fronts opened over a chemisette top.' =-d i. .I.S'+ f :. :_ -kJo..It.. 'fJ-l J Sly t ti

;ped by a standing coHar...walci conld Siberian Ice Is reported by Midden- I .. ;
be.cut to accommodate a tucker ,The dork to bare aa ordinary depth of LEO 1 '
.:sleeves la this waist were tan lengthbavlsg meters (5 feet; to:1.80 meters; never
.. shoulder puffs ending point- exceeding 2.40 meters: '.In just,com- attire Oil Heate E
d,' erersed cuffs from which extended pleted measurements 'on" running : .. g, rsWilllbe
the lower part of the sleeves in pnt'lee. rt
stream;;:Prof Volckor bas found;a : u
,effect.- The skirt was made with
thickness of .70 to -80-meter on the
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:;0 th* new ripple In Its'most- graceful JetnetseU 2 to %.35 meters in the ex "
lines. Seven gores were used la the treme .1Iortb'and only 1.80.,meters at
shaping the front gore being'rather,Verkhoyansk; one of the earth's col.test andrFurniture
'wide, whDe'the aide '
and'back'gores'are ,spots; in .latitude 67. degrees 3uminutes. UN
but fit ,
narrow very smoothly over .' '
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(,an Inverted boxplaitIn: asking .Ultra violet' light is claimed by Pro, Sold at Reduced Prices for
thirty days .
.. w the pattern call for the, '.even- Kronmarer a' German;experimenter,
\gored elrealar'at1rt.*, ". to hare remarkable effect In the treatment ffi, Iii the selling of meats as I wen as la
t!- A blue batiste hsrlng a foulard pat of falling hair,and baldn..11Ithlrtrtwo ,. other thins it's the aualltr of our
i;!tern'was bunt from a model consist cases where every other meats that wins new friends and :
;,lug of a skirt over blouse and gulmpr'waist remedT:had railed the light ran cured Its \ j irons verr da,.. By the ...". bare you pe.
'. The lace gnlmpe and standing trenty-seren and not only1-the hair J Watson ever tried
us on
: : Avenue D an or er for roast
,conar was cut with shoulder and under but In some cases the eyebrows and iW. beet? We offer the bw Florida end .
;' arm seams and the front and back beard were restored,', although the \ J Western beet to be had.1 11_
"were without fnHnets.' fitting closely trouble .was,mostly of long,standing. r

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I came up on its second reading the Chaftman! of the Committee moved to indefinitely postpone the:biI);- is was the custom.for the, Chair.
man of any committee to do when the &>mmlttee'5 report was against the passage of the bilL He stated, 'among'other' things, 'that,the, \

,.. railroad Commission was at that very tjme considering the advisability of fixing the rate at three cents per; mile. That the.talilroad: Com ,
mission did not wish the l legislature interfere, and further stated that if the-rate was fixed-at cents'the.one thousand mile book which \

'J was"thensold I ar 4255.ooeouldhbesold; *,jo.oo. andrturtherstated! ; that :1 Committee had reason /o 'believe that i-f the 'rate was,
I fI 1 fixed at thi c;'ccnts'E rIDlle b'statute; as an effort woul4 be made: to repeaI the law! ]:creating the railroad 'commission,. on the grounds.
'. .thatlasthe}law-had" xed.tlie rate thecbmmislion: aould .have nothingrto din With-this ;'report from tljie, House Committee who ,had

'made.the investigation and other infonation( before me 'I took the position that the railroad commission would fix the..rate' 'at three:
.':> 'cents" when if would stand the'test of the courts,' as the U.Supreme Court had long since decided that jail quasi corporations"was entitled '

;" .rt to a reasonable interest on,their investment, and not knowing! what the. investment! receipts or expenses were I, preferred'to leave it bi
E{. with the people? who did.know..and-wh4 had been 'elected for that: purpose;'so voted against the bill. When the bill came up in_the Senate '

it i; .a big majority of the Senators. evident! thought as I did, as the bill was indefinitely postponed by a vote] of 18 to 10. Senator,Carson of

i; .=1 ,; ,r :Osceola County who,;:I .am sure: had aajmuch.to .do,..with.creating :.the,.Railroad. Commission! as any other man. and whose father-in-law
2 :Hon..J...M.-Bryan'"was a commissioaet,at that timevoted :against the bilk: and! am sure he did'so because hs thought it should be'left'

T ; _; to.the commission and that he had reason.to believe the. commission was then considering: the questioi. In Senate Journil. page 999..
a : Senator Baker of the'2oth district! (and'a. more honorable man never lived l) gives this explanation: of this vote: .
"Mr. President: My position on'| such, questions .as this IS matter ot( record and_well' known to all. I have helped to'enact intolaw
a measure that delegates full.poweto a Commission elected by\the people, whose duty his to pass upon all such questions. I leavethe

.re< responsibility! ;with the commisslonr and shall vote pJ indefinitely postpone the Abill! .'" \\ y_/ '
s-vVs further.evidrncethat'-niy"p! ; ltlon wasuthe'correct"onerwe! find the'rate was -afterwards fixed at three cents 'and mileage'books'kept
at two and one half cents.. P.1 uf'

I, regret very,much to.be force4dn a newspaper controversy but as some few 'political agitators-and curbstone politicians seem to. '4
F i ;r -;:,! .have:nothing to.do i but walk the_streets: and) endeavor to.. array, one class of citizens against another, an 1 are endeavoring to injure) me In
.. ; ; my'race for Representative, I have written the above, but I promise-not to' pay :any further attention to hem. .,;j
i ,, ; !i.: --jlf any man:wants to knoVmy position! ''either m the past o.i.at' present'upon any public matter I will gladly tell him, but Task ;

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B 'A j; Da4..coun i wish b1a'ptraah :noun; resigned.'" _That'same faD k*
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81 -III list; hie tamnnmoye1 to I Nore Mr.; Dimlck',was aot agsla a etadS- ,.
GEO. A. WORLEYaCandidateTor r' Carolina where he attended the. corn- date for office aatfl ho was tadaesd
< ?. ;= 1f..tr< +1A+ taoe sohooli near.thetr 1 II| home, and by,a committee, comopstd of the"[represeatatlTes -
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", Representativejr to glve'op farther schoo ax la order ,'- to become a 'eaadldat.| te
., ,... ............ ... ... .... to 10 i to work to aid his mother la the commissioner '
: =t--_***!- .t.."fc' .-"IS..t: *.-"..,---3.., ...P. .aka'; ,..-...._h .. -...- county from Ole tstoadCommlssloaers'
'j, 1.. art'of'himself and. Itwo yonnfersisters. : District; at ,the |last
,. .' :: ,!;' Democratic Primary la Dale oaaty.
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.. A.1t4. U'. :: 1. -i J t::: the} mountain roads betweea Blfh- Jorlty. .) .
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) .e. ;;: '.Jo. ;\ -.; F' ]VIand'; North Carolina sad WsUahslla For nearly slum months Mr.:Dim
: ." MR. WORLCY has never heldVbIlcofflceriHeias"never. ]| asptiedld .'; .; South Carolina. A Jet later his Ick has served u county eommlssloB-
:!-'f;l. A political position .of honor, though prominent I to Democratic politics mother ales and with his sisters he er. how well he has sand sad wita
returned to Dade county where be has what Interest and fidelity to the trust
he became"' resident of Dade
z r :-everstnce"' County, ten years ago; and there Is 'y" ';. .. since resided. Imposed If well knowa la his district
: ,,: not a place from'Stuart' to Homestead,, 'where; his,volcelhas}; not been heard '.'" \ When the town of West Palm Beach and throughout the county, sad ...
In advocacy'.cf Democracy. and Democratic. 'principals. Mr.. Worley ( .' was first Incorporated 'I JGufent H. no eacomlums here. 8afile. It, to
Dimlck was elected oa 'he first dty say that It elected Clerk of the Circuit
lawyer.of.abll1ty.Y4th few..equals and no peers. As an f f&rator he stands pre'I council, where he aerie with credit /Court, the citizens of DaJe win hart
'eminently In.-the first t.rank of those of.our' fair State, anTas: a"man'of: ,to himself and to the community. In him an official who will not :'onlyb
... ''tent'and. dogged tenacities. he has'no.'superior.,. He Is:21fableanda.. g'reeable t :A little later he was i. delegste to competent and courteous, bat[perform -.
__ the convention at West Palm Beach'; the duties of the position with
at all times; possesses a persenahtythat; attracts :anctj wins friends, :and !ich: declared against the contention ;the fidelity and careful attention that
which alone, would make. ,,' him a power In Legislative jljalls. A better. man system of nominations, md la favor has been a characteristic of trusterr- r
than Mr,.Worley I "could not be ;.f oun d.-Miami Metrool$ 0: primarieL. Ice In every position of
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primary and ejection will be that'of a'Repre ent tiTe to the sfa1atGre. Leg I ;;..:. .

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sad those contemplating planting groves in the future,' should[ invest deputies. .of the .highest" :'effioienoy." "" i .
our stock. We are now booking orders for presentand s* 4 '
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. :the finest stock of trees erer grown m Dede County on high : pjtls '! o(; a .mere: campaign catch-phrase. ''j If \

:pie ia d;hlghMnmodrliad-. lnvge''buyiri' to&t I.IL ve ,made nodeal; 'or combination of any kind with any candidate in thi

': ,oUr nuttfne* teDirJme'tb.e trees? We hare lttc1e i 'ripe,. :and will .notdo so ;, but am running solely upon my merit and qualifications -

.. ,lag. and best' rarteties- ,of.' Orange. and Grapefruit Trees for the office. I. .

Budded oaeithef: Sour. ,. ,Orange, or. Rough'Lemon Roots
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" .Knrfcenes located m section'3, 2 mlle.-west''of .Miami on rock'road; received '
o near Little River and Fnlford. By securing trees from home .4 ,. : .. .
Rnnrseries yon :take no ride of importing WHITE FLY' or other insect < Yours res jectfully, .
diseases. This is an important matter; which should not be overlooked. J' '"

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OFFICIAL REPORT- -- -, OF, COUNTY.. 'Watson f' Voted) (r i\g iO'tt'i f fr Reducing Railroad Fare




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[ AT LAST REGULAR [;SESSION ;. The record' of Florida's representati 'es in the House, 1901, on R. Hudson Burr's bill

fixing the railway;!passenger rates at thr :e cents a mile and how each representative. voted
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Uaml. Fla. May 1. '1>06 1.1V; C. R. Carliii. Juror Inq' Rhymes, BrickeU :tor *compensation tor certain I on this !important measure. ;

The'Board of County Commissioner. 1.10; F. C. Inner Juror'1IIqBhlme., IVI:& ufctfva ." iu.* b uwa oy '
met this day in regular session. Present ...w,. frank Boners, jur.. tnq'Khymes, ._ -.:,; .u u>e co&sirucuon of roads -t."T Y
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: T. A.'AVanfleld. Chairman. John E. J. Dozier Juror. uiq. I HOUSI
Sewell. ll: H. Dlmlck. Harry..DnBols Liu; D. Mattox juror..uaJBhymes. .wr..um.yi.nn_JIn'IPd.t Com- -i JOURNAL 190) () \i
and B. G. Tweedell; John Frohock t-lv; s vvu-uutu., "'. W. bar&LU. Beck ....... ....d-,' ..-.....t nr appointed/ to. By Mr. Burr, of Dade J -I _, ,
Sheri and A..K. Dearborn Clerk. inirnam Amos j Bowers, J. J. SUva. Hv..tt a. .MW _.aa mane re House bill No. .' .
lOmtea of last meeting reed and spproYed. ...t..t i.10. WIUCMS. uq.- Khymes. ..-. ,::.... si next regular meeting So f., '
tae following.oua were approved w u 3 m3 l.. the Board agreeing notstatute A bill to be entitled an act to fix t le fare for passengers on all railroad,' trainsfn this
The committee appointed to view I sat ordered paid out of the Road Fund _, r...:h.._..w .of, MrniTailoBSi
.-. .. state at three cents mile and to de for its violation. :
and mark oat road from .Cutler to ... a. Milkier salary and SttndsiO" { .OA,. '# o } ui case per prov penalties I "._ _
> Homestead, made erport o' same, 85; Ed. Ingalls.. road work.U1M; ..." .t*i.u w"w..uF.s ...?.u mature Was read the first time by its_ title,' and referred to trie (Committee on Uilroadsjand]
1I'ork"11J.IO 1'. betOm tae z'riunr
and recommended that road be opened Wm. Metcalf road ; meeting ,
lid constructed alone'.the followtne E.. Rogero roadwork' 102. 0; Adam "f this bird. ,;If said Mary BrickeUiwu Telegraphs. t
lines, towit: CoreU. road work. 75.00;JX B. Knight i Wme'sult agaiast the County House Journal '[ o
Commencing at the south eut corner road work, 20.00; J( W Goods, roadwork 4Of' the;Recovery of said claim provided 1901, pagej
of the southwMl quarter of tee- 60.00 M. W. Goode salary.COM; sald;Sult be brought Immediately Committee reported unfavorably I : H.+:B:Nolso.'
tloa :a. township 65 south range 40 Jim Grimm, salary 50.00; B. F. Bush after the said next _regular meeting House Bill No. taken' and'read a'second
was
M40 of the Board. I.G I.! 50. ,up T:
east, and thence running west one salary 50.00; C..W. Bush, salary ; ge.I'l"
:' half mile to south west corner of said Elaine Freeman road' wort.., 5tOO; R'Harm'petitioning! the Boardto Mr. Davidson of,Gadsden moved t indefinitely 7. : .1.}
section 28. thence south'on west boundary J. W. Ives road work 3100-. W. release him from,-the. bond cadet
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of north west quarter of esction .....mdse for county,'7.70; J. B. Wot- which 'he : la' held to, the Board, to being called the vote'was1I rj. H t 1<:; t : : : .- !. ,t

22 about three eights of a mile thence 1 ford, convict suits, S1.nl: E. Pen malntala and operate a-ferry at Del. YEAS-J. W., Watson (Speaker of the House), Messrs Butoro. Clark (T. L:),' Close, Duld.ol
west shout one eighth;of a- mile to dletou. shoes for convicts,1110; H. ray. It;:11s therefore : .' .
Banyan street. Perdue thence westerly J. Sterling, pay roll' for road 77.28; Ordered.that the said Harvel. be Davis, Bonded Fulton Hendry McGriffin: Palmer, (.W. L.), Parrisb of Manatee, Raney,Russell. Sledge

alone Banyan street about 300 feet 31. W. Marshall tending brides, f 45; and hels hereby' -released from said Smith Sparkman.; |II j I 4
: to Perrlne. Avenue hence southerly F. Sheen, makme map-600J C. bond.'l'' : .
NAYS-Messrs. Anderson, Broward Burr Chambers Crawford ,
alone Perrlne A..uu..620 feet. to East Mann, road work, 30.00; Frank T. .Petition of John ,H. Grant for the .*Duckworth" GodfPutnam. rey, Gornto, :'

Evergreen street thence westerly Budge, mdse for county 759.53; Biscayne exclnilte right to plant oysters on all Griffs, Grajt, GUD Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, Johnson, Jones,'McElrojVMcRae, .of 'asco; McRae of i

:..: alone East Evergreen street 200 feet I Lumber and Supply. Co. lumber that p Wilson
;; to Cleveland avenue, thence southerly j for bridge, 15.68;' Hurst Bros., lag east P.:animulnarr line drawn :
'; alone Cleveland avenue 950 feet to Hibiscus lumber for county, 5.00;Freeman Bros. from the western extremity of lot 85, Wolfe.-29. '.

'- s'reet, thence westerly alone road work, 85.00;: l.'W. Ives,, roadwork to appoint In the middle of Indian River .. ..' f ,. I ,'
... Hibiscus street 450 feet to Homestead 120.00;. C.' N. St. Johns, road ;! (H be' Sound) opposite,the southern So the motion to indefinitely poltl4ne was notagreed to 6 : \ ; :' ;,
} avenue thence southerly alone Homestead work, 235.00 r C,* W.Bush: road work boundary; of lot 100 of Gomes NoJso e : .
Mr. moved that
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avenue 1140 feet to south boundary 125.00; Nix Bros, repairing road, S10; Grant(Jupiter' 'Island), lying In east ," >e_read a third
\. half of;bath of section 26, and northeast ". f.
of Perrlne. thence south about P. C. Cox. road work10.00; B.F. f ne and put upon its passage
five-sixteenth of a mile alone the east:] Carter, road work, 605.63; H. C. Hood portion of north east quarter of, II :
:,: boundary of the lOath: west quarter i I tai work, 150.00: M. W. Goode. feed :tions, section %6..and north east. Which was agreed to by a two-thlr1s vote

: of section 32 thence on" west of the!I I j of prisoners 483.70. portion-;of north east quarter of section And'House bill No. 50 was read a 'third time in full. 1
right of war of.the Florida East Coast Board then adjourned to meet at 3ftf of township 39 south range '
:_ Railway about six-sixteenths of a mile,I I 2.00 p. mBoard 42 ea t(wu granted condition. that Upon call of the roll the yote.was:j ;,,
thence west alone the south boundaryof met pursuant to' adjourn said Grant produce proof of consent. j g
i thenorth half of the north half of meat of thi owner., to be filed wlti *this: ; YEAS-Messrs.; Anderson. Broward Br >IIf .BarrChambera, Crawford GodfreyGri f .Grant,Gnnn, .

l the north west quarter of section 5,I The Clerk wan authorized to advertise B oa .. : ". HI: I Hunter. Jackson, Johnson, Jones, McElroy, M. Rae ot Pasco, McRaeof Putnam;Osteen.'parish of Holmes,. ,%
:} township 56 south range 40 east about I for bids for road work at Jupiter, It was" regularly ordered that the salary ;
< five-sixteenths of a'mlle to the east according to-plan-and:specifications ofjthe Supervisor o"::Registration,' Ranlerson, Rivers of Alachna Riversof, CWolfe. ilumbia Sledge, Thomas, Whalev. Williamson Wilson and ;J
:i boundary of section 6. thence prolong on file with Commissioner DuBois be Increased to $200.00'per annum, 'I .-29 jr) r 1
The provisions of Chapter No. 5450, tame Ho take effect beginning with,
line
fag said to the west boundary, '
NAYS J. W. Watson, ( House Messrs. Amos Bnford Clarke "Hi
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'. the north east quarter of the north laws of 1905, regarding the width, etc. next fttsnlne term.of said Supervisor.! McGrif4 ) Close,. Davidson,.
:' east quarter of said section 6, thence of vehicle tires, having been July published Commissioner, Sewell... appointed Davis, Lowden Fulton. Hopkins.. Palmer Parris of Manatee Ranej/RusMll, Smith, Spark
i southwesterly about one and one Quarter as required by law. _, 5;_' a committee't '* Investigate cost of I man.-17 S ":
miles to a point In the north west Be It resolved by the Board of County palntl&e, Abridge over,Miami River, at
),!," quarter o? the south east quarter of Commissioners of Dade, 'County, .t'' foot of,Avenue I).'la the city of Miami. So the bill passed title as stated '
4" section 1. township 65 south, range 39 this regular meeting..May lit 1906, r|iso to take up the matter with

;;: east, thence south about one mile to a that the provisions of, said' Chapter. the said city' council .of.Miami u w And House Bill No. So was ordered certified to the Senate. Page 433 ,s
.- point near the south east.corner of I 6 6450. be;; adopted by the Board, the: what ''portion of said expense the said \ {
S the south west quarter of the northeast same to go, Into .effect, August 'let, city,Would agree to pay'la ease said Senate Journal, 1901 -
., quarter of leet1oa;11. thence laa uo1.:;': : ..- : 1 brideevwaa painted u4.make reportof lFi .I ?
yy southwesterly direction about 1 mile Thafollowing eon.of'a'"resolution snore-at next regular meeting of iL

';' to a point near the: south east corner !pace' bY the Board of Public. Instruction this.Board.j; ,,- '. ;in ?,; Q, Ii
of the south west quarter of the south of Dade County Rae filed by The following bonds were received 17.65; F. B. Hardee. crlm. pros. 1345;
east quarter of section 10. thence In a 1 said Board: and Approved:. F.' L.1 Church. Notary L. M. Nicholson, crlm. pros., '.IS;
t. southwesterly direction a' little lea Miami, Fla., April 24. 1106The Public; State at' Large with G. 8. R. S. Flanagan. crlm4 pros. 2141; i!
i. .than a mile to the north east corner I Hon. Board of County. Commissioners. Amsdeh and Frank Harrison ss sureties < A. E. Heyser.. crlm. pros 11.31; Doug M@ ll l Bnsiness DirefOD'
fr of the south east quarter of section 16, : of Dade,County; Florida. ; f ft: }. S. Amsden, ;:Notary Public las Spiers, crIm. pros. 11.60; T. J. 1 !
; thence along east boundary of said :Gentlemen:. Stalest: Large, with F. L. Church and Haywood, crlm. pros.-, 18.00; R. J. .
r southeast quarter one half mile to Boardof Frank;Harrison as sureties.; Chilling-worth crlm. pros.. 28.00; A. :
tt the sonthe cut f said section At regular meeting of the Th..lo11oYIDr fire arm bonOs Martin crlm.. pro* 99M; .W. Tf.Hendrickson. I
corner ) Public Instruction of Dade County, wereappf'lfie4 crlm. 6.45 H.,WKing. The Jut of Town Buyer;and_ within the oit3P IwUl rind In the
with'the pros ; i
16 to connect
present county Florida;,the following resolution 'wa : I !| list belOW the add.or Miami MerohanU under Cn I
road leading to Homeltaa4.theDc. ,eart.ICIelA.Ylth E..M,.Hendrtcksoss ..Louisa_Webber. Jno. Collie, T. 'I
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passe4'ncf'r..m qnested to submit I. oUMlfl d heads for.ready r-f.nno*
L. Jefferson, Karl Zap each f LOO as _
from the south east corner of section and ST; O. VanLall41D. ham as sureties;
tfr;; 16 south on section line between sections the' same to your.Honorable Body: Raymond Waldln with J.. F.' Kraemerand witness; C. T. Harper Karl Zapfh C. ...
: 21. 22.'27 and 28 to SlW-Palm, X.:'Whereas,1' : on the 23rd Jay of April; K j W. Douglas U sureties; Walter T.-'Harper, H. W. Seward W. M. ,
Station on the Florida East Cast RaH- held' D, 1906 special .election'was \fliildln with J. F. Kraemer and F. Hill; H. P.- Savage J. A. Peeler W. L U BRADY A CO.- .. L YEN.
way a distance of 2 miles, therefore j In Special Tax District"N&1; of. W. Douglas, ss sureties; J. E. Fife, B. Barge- J. W. Rlchbourc. Georgia rreeh'! Fruits sad.VecetahlMSth .Dealer ta Dora
Dade County Florida, In which electIon 4&MS
Minnie Gannons Barbara Lewis, .
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It Is ordered that said road be -and' withSR. B. Fickle and S.A. Belcher Lee :rli
,'by an afflnnatlve rote, under the safeties Jennie Pots, Francis Johnson. Alex Btreist. Cor.'Av* IX Ktami Vta. ,. TWIet *
r the same Is hereby, declared a,public ss ; E. M.: Brelsford with Gea :
provlslonsof the,tax paying legal TO- Robinson John Johnson, S. A. ela.WT..You IS07 .ruran' 'lOw
If road as described. } W. Ls'lnhsrt and Geo. 0. Battler assuretiesD.K. 'r aq"Orocer.BaI-OrIJa: ; { (,tv,
ten residing' In' said district under -- -
"'- Petition..ofH..Jleredlth permit 'Hunter 'with-D.-. Geo:: X.Ailams..GeorgiaLeeA. : 1 .. -
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.%. to sell liquors wines aDd ,beer In j J provisions' Cbapter4682. laws'of EnrUi!and W.' Burkhardt' sureties. .' L. Rynes Ante Green Reese aad, napes' FertiliserJ MR*' -
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f' .l lectio >-districtNo./ was received the..IUD --Road I ; Superintendent"Lie\fihis;report Yerbeyr MUlle Ambrose CoraeUa Den ....lIItat-.f
: '' '" jla of 820,000.00;proceeds ale James:Collins.: lAm 2tatford, ,
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and ordered advertised. A&Wj; :.ior the month of Aprfl.rrfCojBhty .'S ,LUMMU8
bemused IaIte >< i. < aa4l
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In the ,
i erection o'
a more com- each $1.00 as witness F. C. Alcher,
The. bills approved Judge and Tax Collector filed ; i
l "ollowlng were '
modlons school building within na.bouDda Ds_ la Groceries.: Ori! 22014 Twattth sd.st Bsalns.'.
crlm. pry US; W. E. Swoope, trim: ,
r. and.ordered paid out of .the.General I thelt;joint report,of licenses Issued J '
of said 'J
district said bonds to gy."iy
Ford : J during the month o* -April showing pros 1iO.00.Pa I Fsrtfltssr* WILSON,4, HUOOtiTONEa
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,f. X/K. Dearborn, salary sunds.$15545 draw Interest at the rate of S per cent $18100 for State and $138.00 rolls for witnesses appearing before =ri ldtnit. .
per annum Interest coupons payable the jfoi the ('April, term of $1 :J 2Caa0! !ti Bell.=Drtite SM .laialnla:
County Court
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'. Miami Printing!jCad; ." etc., U.67j t semUaanaUy..' to-wlt the cMaDtr.l; t. v ;, \ _;:j{ : .
: KaJ'.tlt and November Th amounting to 5110, were aproved and HO 14 Twelfth unit ,>.... ,le I
:t J. ,l, Hlaton, aalarr..:.......= :40.00 fonowiae Justices of the Peace
)>. J. Hi Oko t. care of wells...:..- 20.00 tit of each successive year; fled their reports of fines, forfeituresand oredered paid"out of the Fine.and For, t THf;.,.AOnoLU oSoualrDialer CO. '
Harry Dubols.'eomr. mileage.. 1100 principal payable at the rate of n.IOO sosts for the month of April: "\\. feltnre Fund., < f t : 'A. J. OAMFKIX:
: annually payable on May lit of each Ther being no further business, the t la Graesrtsa., Bay sad. .
; E.VH. Dlmlck. com mileage.- S. HUt,F. C. Alcher a J. Chming- Dealer. tised4' Qat .
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4 TJX 'snocesstT year atfl fully Apaldrfsttercsf worth and A. E. ...?,. Board adjourn to meet Tuesday, f Orals., ... .
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> Wlnfleld, com, mileage.. Ut.. ,payable fat tthe7 office of 'the JIe County Jndg .... ; ... r'
)V John Sewell. com, Dill..,..... 1.00,I.Count;Treuurtr at Miami the' CoD ;% Tax,-Conector filed "his.. report: .for Jima",--A 5, 1909. f! ,.. Avel D sad 4th, ft. sOas6. 7. Ul Areas ; "- ...... Ph.-
< the Jtoonth of.1prn.-.a.- .
F E.'O, .. -
heedeD com, 1.00: Jf
Dill-F" 'i! J >
i ty seat of Dade County Florida be ,
Mrs: Veomett, charity..........: 1.00 Itj The following bills were approved ......
r Mrs:: L. E. Hill charity for Mrs. .- j I I Resolved, that the Honorable Board I andordered; paid out of.the Fine and Active nina wanted In each couaty
Blackburn.. .. of.County Commlsloners. and fee. Forfeiture Fund:< ,,_ to exhibit, demonstrate, and advertise '
if Mrs.:: Oomeila. ehutty v....::;: /'Ij.'tl.oo; too DsdeCounty Florida, be and Is .hereby I W. Jt'HIH." ertm.'pro ..UIK0: staple Mae'salsrrJl.1 .....1t7. $3. i IJ i IWm1 Qurry's Sons
::J' requested to. Issue aalcI.lIoa..lorasU "
; TO It Markler ehirtty:5.00: Greenwitness' $LOOrThsophoHsThosapson per day for expenses.- No capital required. .1 .
and
sum arrange for their disposal _. sad sobriety
c', HJat Fldey, charlty.- 1 witness, $LOO; Henry Sean Honesty more'
J..R. Wells, charity..... ..... 1.001 and.to the best advantage for the" witaess. $1.00; Jas Newbold witness essential than experience. National' i Key .West,'' Florida
I I use
f C.11: .Woodruff goods..;, ,... 1342, purpose expressed aforesaid. $1.00: Oeo. Newbold witness $1.00; Company 720 Chestnut street Fhflsdelphla. HBADOUAMTEItsV''
r r afR.: Taylor salary mo...... '6166C j I i Very..hIPICtfu117.1. ; J.
:-t .:Cone drill for Jan......... 440 I-- ILJ HALL :ertm.. : pros 207.95: John tI '
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See'r of the' Board and Bupt Pub. Frohock.' feed of prisoners $24040 Ship .Chandlery Building
C.Cone, blacksmlthlae.,$1$40; ; I I ,.. .
j;;' dor Cohea Co. mdse for Jail $ .III-I I I Instruction.: X: K. Dearborn, crtm. pros: 6747: R. '
; w a Gramllne. attending prisoners.I. 'la the matter of the resolution 0; a Taylor, crtm.' pros, 7L00L AMa, Materials Ofj All Klflds.
:!'. $1M; J. X Dana blaeksm lthtnr 445; I J I I the Board of Public Instruction'of witness $LOO; l... Alexander witness,I ; _
-;; Miami DecoraUag COQ '.kai omlalne(Aide* County; certifying .that:by_asadrmative $1.001' Catherlaer AlexanderVO Aana -.0" Coal and Ic*>. Steam inurta Railway, MackU 3kap..P.rfjM
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.t Jan;tS.OO:' A. B. Taace toilet paper,I I vote of a majority of the Alexander. EUsabeth Dean B. Lopes, I,' -
x- lfl.00; Hudson Cycle Co. I&fe.for: tax. paring legall ,voters: resldlac la R.iJ,;!.Hardee..Sam Lewis'C:1L":J'e1. .., .jc. I ) .fsj x f/rji ** J. t Ir'' i ,. r y vC .
:: lot:300(1:' Mike Early work'at Ja1.I I Special 'Tax. School ;District.No.: 1, guars-. H.Martin Herman KIller All kiads ot riD&-.Bo .and 'S eam.F1tthai rif ail dOM 4tTtHl

130.00: ,"- A. Graved palitlng'at Dade County nort*.:held under .the Lloyd AlbrittoiCLnile JC.W1Ulam..lLB. \ : shortest notice.in the best possible manner br expert skilled mechiiiopoDtracMilropertf .....
4 2040; "W. : ?Jorris attending county prorUIons of Chapter 4682..laws ofFlorida. ;jNellson. Savaaah Edwards. W. L. .
;>. coat 11.00; ;IM. Williams, work o* ,J[::was determined ;to Issue I aawer. I.;I.; Burn 'J.v R.SOneat A. ;: : ; .. 'r
s: Court House gronndj. 17.50; John Fro- bonds 'In the sum of 820.000.00.' the Jlowers, A. P. Gore. J. H. Sweeting, ,

bock court work;; U.OOJ' 0.'. A. Graves, nroeeeds to be used la the erection of 11.ML8weetlne; McCtooO.; Victor Owners
!;: palatine Jail fence 6.00; A. P,-,Gore, amore commodious school building & J. W. Jones, B. B. Hinton W. Q
k. feeding Jogs, 15.00; A.. P. Gore Janitor within the bounds of said district and .{-Gramllng,t Ji D. }Godman.r David ,
k and jailor, 70.00; D. W. Moran;at the request' of said Board of Public I n )a..' Philip Jones Mm. Baden F.
j/ tending court 1150; RjBJPotter.! attending lastractipn that jWs Board Issue said,B.wide.-a Hardee John Hadley i : If you don't want to SAVE MONEYj

f paupers 30.00. C. H. Hauler bonds,*pursuant to ..resolution-,-as 11\ Atipa.8truth.r..Fnnk,*.Susan| i i we can't help you. If you' do, come tu
it. sera;comml"' -alon. S5L10; A. E. Heyser, to Interest, time of payment etc,.,,:' j Aatios.. Henry De&D.Tere Cox E.. B.1 I+ ,
if- salary and snads., 27. 0; H. F. Scruggs t Be It resolved that the attorney ofI ; Rdinfh, AY Vlgand,Danlal' Johnson; !
f. A Co, plumbing at court house,33.00; I I the Board be Instructed to hare proper BeUe",Holmes. ,X 3.: Perry J,, X P. ,. McDcmild '
"", H,')'. Scruggs A Co. plumbing at :atl,]I bonds prepared for "aforesaid par LO; A.'S. Hendricksoa; w:: Weather- The: J; A.: Co.
V, 20.00; .E ;: Rhymes. 2.00; F. C;, Ascher/coroner, Heiiry'Dean. Jere CoX; W;M Moore, ,
laqaest Rhymes. 2.00: W. H. 'Jenkins I annually-with I AI Puce|,1>>. Gore. C. G. Pratt. Dan Keith V.' :' and bnj J oar{ building material. Long$ Leaf
I salary and sunds. 170: A. a Vance Williams, Eo, S., Rowand.: B.
Disposed! of to the best Maan. C., S. Cook.'J. B. Mason,' J. 1 '
it stationery for clerk. 23J5; U K. Hat. advantage poss Yellow Pine and of all kinds
feed patch work at court house,' 5.00; ible.'providing the same shall not be R '.OneaI, Mrs.:KV. Sunivan, M. F. ,j 'Cypress

c.: Adam Coren.. nlling court.'house told at less than" 'face: -value, and, be Sultlvan J. A. Plnholster. R. N.. MeDonald. .: j We sell Lime, ,Brick ((4 kinds), Cenient, Sash Doon .E I>>i
croa *. 193.77: F. E. C. Hotel Co.. It farther"Resolved Charlie Cobb; Miss C. R. The rash Is over iced wan yes hart
; I tbatthe' said Hamilton.. Jno. R. Oneal. R..J. : and whatever"else a builder requires
fAts at JaU..2t50; F.T E. C; Hotel ,- bonds;:be Hardee, rso .
r* Co.. lights at court house. 37.10;,C. B...e'gaed by the Chairman of the Board .MH.( A. Butler Henry Wilson. Otis the time, drop In and take a Soak at at l lowest-possible figure.!
K Robinson transcript Brown case, 5f" County; Commissioners on behalf 13 tDe.. L. C. Richmond N. M. Bar- our aae be'of Woolens. Dont. '
\.y MJII: Fla. State Reform School,'malntea&ece ., rf the Board, and attested by;,the 'ifcy; H. B. Johnston,. Z. .}.Mclntosa get the place. You i. where we are 14th Street Miami. Florida
2nd qr. 25.00; Miami Fnrnt Clerk of said Board, with the'sesl of H.ary .Powell. N.' J,. Morris. Louis II I Iil
Co. furniture for assessor. 4163; said Board attached.; _' :: f bud. Jack Washington A. Coltou. JOHN SEWELL A ISO
J.G. Du Full drugs and services, $50;;- R. H. Seymour apeartng before the 1100 each at wt'neises Wm. S. Hill.crlm. .- Headquarters for smart Tailor J( '
OndnnatU Seating CoG H. Seats, Board u attorney for Mary BrickeU.I I '. pros., 2.94; J.'' M. English crlm. Subscribe for the METR POLIS
ISO; ,IA E. Swttxer Juror luq., Rhyme.|in the matter of the claim of said Mary f$125; J. a. Oneal crlm. pros. S3 I Twelfth street Biscayne,Bios
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F! t -THI'DAILYSII..MI: M Tit POU' :SATURDAY, MAY u imE 1 Jl! .1- :PA" 'I"

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% "FAIR; BE HONEST-ABOVE ,'I Some-More. L Inconsistenciesfrom' the:Record B. Hawkins' ij.I L L Laae ter J.'B. tummra. -j;

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.ALL,:BE JUST AND CONSISTENT : The Miami Grocery{Co.
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a. $ : -IS: \ ,
(From ''Miami. Kecord, May' 7..1901) I '.
:. "The whole ?ting: amounts to this: ..... Staple and Panicy Groceries

A*, TO, THECOMMISIONERI'. ,: 'INCREASED" MILLAQE.' a majority j ofShe} board of county any"Not-'a rRUITSandVEGeTABLeS" .
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'. commissioners ave bungle4they, sessed- ,
(From Miami" Record April ZS,WOfi (From Miami. ,..Record. Sept. 11, 1905)) bungled when |JSey attempted to''pay jection. stock of groceries is complete and we think we can apply

,' 9 otp fund ?" everything required the bakin;*line. Our aim i. h
Of the present board of county commissioners "Everyone--who Is familiar with the special funds of the general ; the best class; of groceries and to.nep
oar prices
only three are candidates financial situation of this county has they bungled *wen' they, attempted' to had leading been. : d to be right.< ,Goods delivered promptly to anfpSt of thl

for re-election.. realized that It WOULD'BE NECESSARY ou'ry"out the f.alDsge" a me; they the canals. ,.' Oar fruit land vegetable stock a1"11 frelh.' Givens a tallTeleph

: j That the.board as now constituted to INCREASE the amount bungle*whea-'",t ey attempted.toI.care'b1JtT"for ., obtaining. \ ae20 1 a [ j ; \ \: l lIBl
has not given general satisfaction to 'b "' 'I with''' TettUl
ih7
undlng some 335Armstrong's Sttrett1Mia
pTlpuntyroadi : "flonct.
the citizens JJaOejConnty, can hardly to be raised by TAXATION to a CONt3iDtiEexieni ,
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the
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be doubted}!,J, :J; itt*:/\ V i : thereby: Bringing"on'the county rangements country 'il I

|With one or two exceptions the For some time COUNTY WAR another suit 'thii win Dareto be defended tracts with '

board has seemed to be, under ,the RANTS have been FLOATED at> in orderfio escape from heavy ers.- ; 1 : .

domination of Its attorney and the damagea, 1$ .It."II .. 1
DISCOUNT the EXPENSE and VEXATION .SO'FAR "I
satisla- '
result has not been at all -
j
: of which is borne by the HAS BEEN f' '
toryTVhCe ;f

the !board has completed a PAYEES, y ...... ,J :4.I lTJU (From Miami Record, Nov. 24','t-'1905.) CARRYING !! Meat '
road' that ka !::.'!'\ tJ '
long 'lJ1td&tol."roek; I 1 : OF,..THE Marketii
condition, aroaeHtroJII: the .
'wlll'
>
ate "It be Remembered that the i'
long been calledfor"aad' pee CEEDIXGS 4
t
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haps, a'minimum cost to the county: LARGE EXPENDITURES made by fa drainage proposition, was started under I I t

'w !* was only! able to do so by a'very i PREVIOUS BOARD ,OF COJIMIS& the 'provisions of the' law which ERROR.JJF ii j JUltf, :PLAC 'f !
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contribution'In the 'way of I THE LAW
generous lOSERS; for which NO PROVISION author1zel- the onntJ" commissioners f
Weight from the East Coast railroad Why patf enormous prices for\frtah\ meats when volt '
It"
"While
: rraf lade. I upon> the petition of a majority of t .,
( 1 tt can choicest
no particular'credit for : buy cuts of Western and Florida
sad deserves MEATS :1
BEGINNING OF THIS TEAR property holder* In a district, to C. railway
At the for much less
It.jVkhiie a"1'I at Meat
Armstrong's
hiving secured money 'Marh .
thorize dltches'!o be' dug and to lest the
< .ithlaworkhas J>ecn.going oa th&.cout7: ;. ,a.FLOATJN >P1
seas the cost against the lands di lion the
and
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other,paru-of-4ae-colmt7"',,1WUbl roadJo"Cocoannt" ) of about FIFTY- THOUSANDDOLTo : rectly benelltt 4., : proceedure, Phone 161. Comer Avenue D and llthStreel

the Orange Glade district; 'have and'the receivedt '=' ;::="=- ."Under thls; law T. J. Campbell. hardship "to :H j
Grove W., P. Brannlng and Guy L' Metcalf and
To speedily pay off this debt, liability
residents
"of' 4 ._ : a _,15 -,
sion for the West dralnage"colJUl1la.l
la ,
era
load la ihelr:complaints'o: the treatment Is J NOT AT-' ALL RESPONSIBLE J66- &&fr en the ". J11. : ; ; : ; '.

"recelvej*r "*at,(the' "hands. of the' theyhave"- ?placed .:-tax -ct four.mUls. "All -the preliminaries' >put only to ')

1 board Is that.while it would with the object of paying all outstanding through accenting to law. and the I portant part Youngs9 s PharmacyADru
Their criticism
warrants and PLACING.the county commissioners, after due ad-j lower east
seem easy enough to provideroaUk J
.for the rich automobile owners'there COUNTY' on a CASH BASIS. .The IMCOXPOX' = D ,
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Precinct \
II
i. nn waY of securing: good: roads to board Is of the opinion that this can {OFFICIAL). -ipUNlY. Marshall I'

the ordinary,farmer and trucker who be 'done -January 1. 1907. Bryan. Store for The
are.dependent- good roads ,to C'it People '
market The !NECESSrrrtofroadsta-: DEMUGRATIG (GALL place:, I .
to
get their.. I
-; It Is to be f red hat the board APPARENT that "argument oa the Precinct t's our-motto,, ami( (has been.the means of adding:hun.

*has been very:Indiscreet In 1U con subject ceased long ago. "*' & Wofford. J. ,of new customers to list.
our .We sell khe ,
Clerk only
J.
drain
to : .
the proposition pur-
fi/ section with Just this time the board has the meeting
at A of.lhe Dade County Democratic : All
TT"theland back:of Welt Palm Beach.tthetj"otecvUon. school prescriptions"are'fiUed byregistered phanni.
: of which, has been opportunity account of the VERY Executive Committee was held. Precinct : '' We also J tarry the finest sodas and ice in
?enjoined. In preparing'for. that proectthe'board FAVORABLE CONTRACT made with at J 1I1am1, Flagon the Uti,Jay 01K.rch. Matthews L. I, I cream the dtj
evidently did not carry the'F. E. C. Railway! Company/' securing 1908, pursuant to adjournment, era. Clerk:' .4 'ti2 !

:eut\th.,1aw, ani. ... a result is now a LARGE AMOUNT OF ROAD: Tb.fofowij caD for.azp.-ima4 place .school ; Doors North of Postofflce,

;involved In an expensive lawsuit that BUILDING at'a, very LOW..COST, fceetloajwas ,adopted.Itowttt:l".t| F Precinct'N Pa .. J
must lie fcaij for. by some onealwaysthe'taxpayer. B. I .. .W EY 'Pres
The road from West Palm Beach totflazal Notice is hereby glv<'>n 4attberewill Townley OnUSES,
Patterson. ;y 1'.
of that requires be a Defibcrstle Primary Election : 'J';;
? la Jhs preliminary expenses twenty-three ,miles of
: Polling 'pla e ..
lra1nJle them wu "considerable construction before the two cities. can held la oil several elections districts II -', ;

*-amount spent, something like seventeen be.connected., j i| of pad.county; Florida oa 'Precinct Marble j
&
Potter,- Stone Co.
; hundred dollars. The board apropdated""that 19M and'If i 7-
r May 15th, necessary oa
The PRESSING NECESSITY: the Peacock. :
) amount from the ge* -
ral fund of the. county In spite of road, is CONCEDED.. ,,-Jf June 12. 1906},f or,the::nomination of Polling pace. 4 s. HOGAN 8TRUT7"ACKSONVI" ,g,

the statutory provision that' moneys ,WIth "a tax of four mIDI this" rosecao all Democrat! .'cindldateL State and Precinct I N I ij! I
VaUed for fund shall not be used bytbe'Dem- Stephens S-Mar; I
one 'fully County to beproted for ji Bui.cf.ng
for another.' ,be completed: the road paid ocratic electors' at the general eiecUonto I DnvaL Clerk: [j leetc. .
f The present board was largely putbtooaice'becaUH' for wlthout'debt on the ,county,and place.Tw '
large '' other constructionfinished' ;; :be ,bei) November 6th,;\.IMS. I MOSAIC AND/ TILE :
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a former'board1had a amount .'sad to be appotated.by.the DemOcrat. I Precinct ; ; WORK
"Mrlt -was:understood, violatedsertatnprotjalons within the next 1 ar.! [Jossmsn.'"
: of the law, and.ltaroald ,The',tax for: the DEFICIT and"the Ic Governor oiihe State,between the tella Clerk FOR' puts; .BATH ROOMS: MANFEtS.' rra, !

:: look a* though this If one rea- date ot -.Imldijtg'such" primary ;election place,' school M.n"a'e.t'. GaeraI t.eaaetel I 114rk, de. -I J
SPECIAL ROAD TAX Is all the !*-
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;:son why the people are so reluctant folding : ,
and the of.the primary Work j
( | OunetOti VkcilltlM
Precinct Lee Ttmdmg. .
.to return some of the present mem- crease for1'which the PRESENT Pre. ... !
': eleeU !I. A. >D!i IMS.; Scott R. n'
bers. BOARD Is RESPONSIBLE.:: \ ,
board's ; I The following officers are'to be aoamatedat > on.,Clerk'J. tI
1 to make
The attempt up Two added the,schoolboard. ..,
mills,were Jiy
;the dendt that,had ,accumulated for ". } said primary=e1ecUoa'"b Saxon's, store.Predact. J f ,, -
"several, yearsby an'aaeument that ..to"help:. ,PV/XV deflcit,.sad to wit: :;; c ( ..) .. :. volts.'J. ; t

,""would raise", suffldeat> t toads to pay provide 'accomniodatloMJi'for: ( Dade .:1.Repreienutive!" la, Congress,' Second Marshall. 8. &; "E.nig
It all off at once-has not proven at county's constantly Increasing pop Congressional! District! Frost. Clerk () l

;aU .satisfactory. *! to ",the public; which lat oi t; :" : vi t ie Justices .otthe Supreme CourtS log place,' '
dedaradon"
ell Iond" 'la Its that the '' '
Railroad Commissioners. 'The
;.Stl. of Florida .added. .two voting
'taxes ..and '
:are entirely too high an stste *?"' -* 1 Member ot the House of.Represea-, tickets
mils For: itia -" -' {
the proapeeta'of the -
touting county."With tatives.US1. : :. County.
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these creations the voter wfflJiavetotdeal 'When' the: CONDITIONS: ARE 1'Clerk CIrcult-Court for saw the close of ;[Machine :

I and, the general sentiment KNOWN the people'of DaJe county plred term.ofl fir. ._ tors and: ; Shop : ,-: ,
seems now to be that they desire WILL BE .ENTIRELT: SATlSnEDwith' I, ..1 County Assessor of Taxes. vass the Tote Across
a. practically new board to look 1'.Tu Collector./ State law The, River. "
'after the' affairs of thecomatT' for the BUSINESSLIKE POLICY: of Treasurer.-: ll. :
1 County: the ,retarns' *
;.,, .
the next'two : the Board of County Com. .trI. *
yean. j :<0-... I County Commissioners.: County. F| 9f t -J; .
"....,. ; S Members $f Board ot Pub- t
4 County '
..The ...... repair engine short notice.
ypurv!
t .. 'A. ... Ito Inetrneuo6; ; various ,
4t 18 hart to believe that the articles quoted above irerewrlttea. by,the 1 Supervisor of Raglstratloa. tows :; rt Gas car 3
Men.
: Engine We
.. sam'man..ant only about eevemnoatha1 betweee. All.:thework;referred. ocrade.JL Member Executive ot the Dade Couaty.Dem-: ry
Committee for Pre-
.,toia'the September article' was anted oat a* planned ap far *U' the laws" dusts Nos. U; sad respectively.. Clerk ot m ,. oils, plugs. } *batteries; wire; '.
Tax .
aHoved. tad'the road war bunt tor about 8,000 Use than the estimate.) 1Jusdceottbe'peeaad'IzCoestab1R Assessor i f s *

:-There,mast be some CAUSE for such a.COMPLErld'CBANGA.Of, torsudl* dlstrkta s' kyt- .a'Sf TaxCollector Gout,ty s. ''rwitches, ,. e' -

OPINION. reV NO CAUSE OR APPEARS ta bi.ait1. As..r anciee.131ahadOam.Warsu, tit" County '-- -, ..- -
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pone made ta B5P'J'PBEB.. are IGNORED ta A$8ik-it0/-..."- ; Member I '
"* .,.*-. The .rales tfoveralac said:primary Justice ot,
YET THE.FACTS RJEMAIN THE RAISEr election' shall-'thesame as those Coastable. .-. 1
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'It ta-ftn 'kaowa-that the'navor-flf hams'depends largelyrnpe&what adopted by d e Democratic Executive County Fish o tO

,, ..i>e.itfC'UteeV aad yCHANOB'Oy'fBEDjwlB CHANGE.THE;J'LLVOB. Committee Jacksonville If tar
February IMC.
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.fla September, IMS, the writer of. the'above articles war feeding ,at Date gorernlng State oa AH. ,

t. fCowitys trr&: -. .J-' ''r' "", "- .vT\ 1\ to I the" same shall be:appltabis tow written
'. b brier word; ditof'ot la! 8oatt Flmida'>goor the KI&iDI County Primary. Those and only appear"upon

Rsoord-wu"' awareed tbe..tonf "p i uic 1 I: t etr-IMS s 1 those persons Shall be permitted to be- blanks : : : t ?
accompanied
11306 'come caadldalss before or rote at, or
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the.printing was awarded to aaother'peI';\,which, la' the oplnknyrf 1 participate lathe! management of said forth with 2.

Commlssloaert;,>as"beterfpreBare4 to do' the;; required work aaJ primary elect$ a.wbo declare'their ad-I Secretary:and

tOe' a.Ian r a abrf<* eopfc t. .$..A'WTbiTOn ) .' .. | hereaeto the.prlaclples sad-organlsatioarptjtte Democratio
fore the leta 1 .
mt'CHAPION ot ,the PRESENT Board of DeaoeraUo Party, atloa-
Commissioners iilsI
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a1. State aad County, who are by the R 1siieBag
BOV" FEEDS,at ANOTHER THROUGH tad the flavorot' the product has laws ot B. [State.Jawfll'electors ot Commlttea

ehaaied,. Some statements are made la the'article of April SStb. that the the>lectiOBdlstrlcts III.which they It,'l.Of at I
I RECORDS SOW to> |'AtSB, | :1-14 I effer to-rote4jwao have paid their poll In Miami t
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!; NOT''OlfQ'110ta.AR. '.3ar Been add oat otWtaias-9 tie county far. taxes :legacy;tsaouas than Itrten candidates tan the;, are f
days before said primary eleettanjad
!the preliminary work oathe.PALM* BJEAC3 DRirNAGR!:, 8CHEVE. n': who>> shell whcachaOenge4.aa elec, ttywvote for, Wcaffcrc ele '
J teens,ot fire ,thoniand'ona: ,la urlpFwa e authorized by the Board to JI7 tor..pledgetii writlag-npoa-oath..be. what'caaea ; a t I tow cMc. prapcrtics fekc. Mal 10 C-.. l '

: |fUs ,texpense ,and ,the _warrants; IIn L. The waou ,work:i! itopjed'mporarfnbya fore say Inipector.. to,abIds"by.andsupport have-:" ,to .De I II! ?... ;.. telewst) :1
.order,of the United StateiComt", the 'ttm. the result of sack prlmary. nd ./
mea : support the i;nominees thereof. t i leu, B0x1, en 1 paved,etreet, ,ta,Hal.part ef etty.. eae*... .MJ6
the TAXPAYER la NOT OUT ANYTHINO., The men.who; did the work .
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alai
| The polls be opened and closed,, lot
I Attest: ,Gee ( ; ail 10th street, near Aft C, a big karamln st ....
tare.not beets paid, and they are_holding the bag. | at the s.ver$1..I.ctlon'districts at the \ .r.--.,
i The law .was followed la',this matter grader! th'best legal 'adder and, BOOTS,fixed iy (QM general election I A.,17, I .en Flflh street .....;......!.,....,. -...'.,..... .!.t../eggg,.

%: .. law." tTbe' ;lonowtnf;named personsare. Steet"b ; Ie and let en Third .set, S roses fine alaee I1D
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.. theiUw.la.aaconsUtnttonal.THIS.BOARD;DOES,NOT.VAIf'LAWL hereby IppoInteJ Inspectors and ... ".. : easy. ,
"H-tb.lbmmissionen have violated the laws,:why does not;the clerks for the several. election 'districts electricity. *..alf lot |"'' Twelfth Street, fsr!'........... ..... ..".... .... _

writer of th* editorial' (who also CLAWS to be'a.LAWYER" ): :make ..'hie : fe. I Bug rolled. a into home en Stti' street..*....;....... ..... ... ...... .: .. ttCICO., ;
lr charges bate'usbrougbt t:PrecInct Iiol-inspectors: N. B. I '- .
LIKB A.MAN sad to Justice; Instead ofmakingtkese : : ., .es are I 11: .
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r 'PTN/TINSINUATIONS backfdBflhy'expressions as.UNSTABLB Parks., H.' Bi Stypmana and B. O. 'quarter-Inch :-
u BaQ. Clerk:;:Curd Sehroeder. Polling Iota'art selling rapidly, but we have a few eaelseleft sues
', Ills OPINIONS such"as ".eems.to. b,*:- -hardly' "to be, doubted" -to': be" ; place; Balrfjstore.t .' idly melting I at the fellewlng prlose .

-. feared; ete.' No. I Inches long
r61t. >PrecInct -Inspectors: Frank
The new'_feed Is sattafytag and Is ,WEAKENINO.This" Bowen P. Kitchen and B. O.MWer. The sheet is : I
avf which
.lets en TwelfUi
,, Boari. ot ,Commissioners. ,ia'} OT'INVOLVJCD. .. ja..'aa,"expensivelaw .. ... : Clerk:.James;Hepburn. Polling place electric ,, s/t.0.$1
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: talc", aboutt,the drainage scheme. ._1t IhouI4.beJleJupa1erl'jof. school boast;::: movable lets lien/, Twelfth Street.... .... .... .... .... .r.-.

Trade County win not hare the blUstenai.' The PRESENT BOARD ': Precinct $o.,.Inspectors: frank For each head lets en other streets...... ...... ....... ...... ..,..;f7ss

'OF COWTSSIONERS ts wiling to stand. before the*taxpayers. eel" voters. grove.Sheen. JoelDeaD'Cterk: : T. J. Campbell and Dan Polling cow Is in,damped flange r lots love other etreete......... ...... .......... ..'.;...S1009.hat .

'oa the RECORD MADE place old engine house. side and j ,
.' FOUR KILLS assessed for'that, PAID THE: LARGE! ..
INDEBTEDNESS
purpose Precinct $*o. 4-Inspectors: Jesse the four water sewer, lights paving and street
rathvey cool
: four mills for roads:bunt the roads and is paying: for repairs Dougherty; f i .I.. Garnett and 1'. W. welded to !
J.'. of old roads. ... almer. Clef:''Cullel1'Pence.'Polling steel bunghole I all be down there .In the **x' slxt/ days. '

'" Only to that, extent are we responsible for the.raise In taxes. The place Porters Packing House. punched for It. 1 I
editorial of Sep mbft'. 11. 1905;, above, ten.' TOU where the other'came 'Precinct 1!to.-'6 Inspectors: T. II. tory Is Its

l from:: The 15eb.ta' being paid and r the, road built'this mHlage win be reduced. McRae, T. $ .' Ba1OOd..ud I. B'I feet high and
Taylor. Clack!! : H. B. Hodges. Poi and Is ..
Ing place school house. plates with 31IL Tatnm ft Co.
I have no fear that any intelligent voter or taxpayer will be InflnencM i Precinct $o. 6-Inspectors: J. I. zontal and

: by the statements of a MAN wboCONTRADICTS, HIMSELF and shows I Hardy D. (!assel and J. W. PlTte Is supplied by .

+ 'that the EDITORIAL COLUMNS.. (; Ws paper are ;like .advertising Clerk: 3. Iti TJmsteaJ. Foiling pUce, ;generator, I u -

,space FOR SALE.! T. A.,WINFDZED., ,Roasel ...' *? I amperes at 95 '

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PAGE SIXTEEN THE:DAILY:MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATURDAY MAY 12.1101' i iSouvenr ',

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dOZen"i.. WHLER, S, JEWELRY STORE /REPA'fiN6' 'J

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Fund II Are prepared to execute
Surplus > i' orders in their .


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Millinery Department
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Building a New Street Wanted- Clean cotton rags at this
'Met tr*. J. H.Tatum *; Co. hare a offlce. .
'It should be, the chief. aim .of bank manager to make their respective force of men fraJlnj and paving a Designers of the latest Spring, a trie. balI -
institutions strong, and to keep them free fr.'m unaviilable street feast; and west, through their ROSSIIR will MONt yew rents. in silk dark straw aad lightweight .1
and undesirable assets. Not only should the capital' Ba,.View addition.,north of the. city I materials. ,I
be kept unimpared. but a surplus'fund should be created from I on th4;Lemon City road.BnL .' Had Salt Carried Away 'J
.the earnings that will:be a protection to the capital and to.GeI The little coasting schooner Marcab, Ladies
post tor. in the trying times that sooner or later overtake all -warns t. net yew repsrtyWanud Capt. Cary arrived la port yesterday Tailoring DepartmentFor ]
banking institutions. There are few items, if any that look afternoon from Key Largo with a cargo -
better upon a balance sheet of a bank than a large surplus, and.; "aim eouon no at this of pineapples. after having experienced fctreet carriage and evening'coetum ,
calculated to secure for it public confidence; it is an unusually rough paaaage
none so well UfflCe-61; waists, tailor and coats '
therefore, on all accounts the, best policy to accummnlate such a and carrying away one of her sails. I gowns
fund as rapidly as possible even if dividends to stockholders, Had tt-i.ea. Barges Capt.Cary says that It was one of 232 t 1
have to be kept down to a low rate for a time. The wisdom of i The';f extension steamer Peerless the roughest trips he ever experienced Twelfth Street Miami f
this is seen in the provision of the Na ional Bank act for the accnmmuUtion 'I I i went down to the keys this jnorolnf at this season 0: the year la his many
-of and maintaining a surplus of at least 20 per ct.< with a'.Jarre cargo of freight and ma. years of experience on the coast The
of the capital of the bank.-Pratt'a Digest Nat. Banking Laws. 05, I | erial .for the extension operations. wind blew steadily thirty-five miles or f
I i The Peerless was also to bare toweldown more and the seas were high and .-*
I two or three barges of material breaking., The Ifarcab will return
but.tUe: high seas forced the !.9W to to Key Largo as soon as the conditions .
The First. 'National8 k weather-be abandoned until more favorable moderate.., i fpeciaiVaiuesFOr'this ] :

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,OF MIAMI L 'BROMIIR, muss REAL ESTATE.i !
"' Umbrellas .repaired and recovered.I 11 .
in three years of its existence has accnmmnlated a surplus fund Typpoffice done : I Leave at .Racket Store. .j
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ol SEVES THODAND DOLLARS and undivided profits over six THOUSAND tlting at the Metropolis I ; week: at TheMiami
DOLLARS, which make a total of THIRTEEN THOUSAND Itt reasonable rates. Anything you want done sidewalks. .1' :
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:' DOLLARS. twenty-six: percent or. the. capital of-the Bank.' I Will Visit Hla ParentsMr. sewerage, landscape gardening, roads II. >
:;'''' .!|{. T. Whaler left last night for built. lands. 'elened-'' See frtd Butter.Miami. Clothing Co'sl Store
I Jacksonville. He will be joined thereby
hi*;>lfe and child who left Miami
this will For Rent -' Small furnished bou.j
itoornlm and' together they
proceed to New York where they will on Boulevard. Address Box II "
spendi.a- few days before embarking Cocoanut sprouts for .sale at Mall, .A large assortment of men' linen coats and
for Europe where they go to visit Mr. Boat Dock.Merritt. seats. worth 5250 at......... ....... ...,....., '.$1.00
Wlalef s parents, living In the southern I ''I
R.. Fine blue odd .
coats worth four dollars
.' ", This pan$:the o: first England time for Mr.a' Whaler few weeks.has & KolbRIAL I aad.5O serge................ ................... ..4f3.00'
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; .... <'j. ; ,, r ." returned to his native land< since he Tan a'bd' IfRJ mixture wool crash suits. single 4If
; "' if'; RIO: left It]twelve years 'ago and he wffl ., .' and''doable breasted models. worth $10 at..p 7..00
,.. _. ::: ,,_,, ,,_ .._.;- ." 'J-': '" no:doubt find,many.._''changes there. I -
: odd summer suita; to close out

't"-.." ;', \. .,.. :,. .,\-> For:;;Eale- Two fine mflch cows ata Aat,! ...........................r......m..,.....". ::4If5.00k
4.,, .'", .'j'.c, ...! .' :. bargain. Address Box 144 West ESTATE I -.
..(? "" ;; .. '> : ; ,. Light and dark, PJ flannel .ait.. worth $12'
I!,: "' ..,. I Palm Beach, Fla.want. ; : BARQAINS to $ 40O at.-.....;...... .... .,4f'1 0
MIAMI. FLORIDA iT
r. Breaiee t* list. yew arepertyBonttl I Fine black aait.. well tailored. The kind that 4IIt -
:? : .t: f'i f wont fade; rood $14 Yalue at........... ......... ......p 12
Carries as mans pisenQets: ditubi more hills: goes just as to Lay Up ireave
FiDe t blue ...snits. Venetian lined
serge
-; controlled fast: a.ealeu; jnst gasoline as luxurious and tire,'ud;i fia comfortable safer aid score and easily coats Louia The?large,Flts
_. leas for repairs than many-cars that sell-fof double or treble *' has. been'In-commission. since early Grew* t4 house, well set In toaria. *. A larre II assortment of mea'- aai'. ID dark and '
its priceT ::, ;: Send_ for the, REO._ book.,that tells why I last fall, returned from a two weeks'. tree, riparian rights.' A aargalav wonted aDd assimeres. $10 to $U.5O..p. .50
.i.; I I.g I. 4.-j cruI$;,to Jewflsh Creek yesterday afternoon J Lets on 14th street between Aft light '
and will be berthed at once nuesCandO., .

.... for the summer'In.the'Miami river. Let MI tth street, between A_
.- General Fitzgerald and his guest. HaS.Jontfut. : C and B, 1Ioa, S ..... II Ii .
Miami Automobile CO:. } left last night for the north | years I I
and Capt. Dick Gladwln'the popular Hens and let MI 10th street -between >
r od'6111deut skipper.:wUl leave Monday Avenue Band bay 12750. Let Miami ClothIng Co13i06Avenue ..,
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I 13th Street near Postoffice;: -
f 'f after the Bonito has been successfully us'ehew yen this

f.f_ oj_ 'I. .tI. I _ILL'"'J-I;::.?:. V*1:- f "E .\;jo.'\\t.v. .." J "'0, '.- the winter"put away.This fleet:'of houseboats la the last' patronlzlhg :of-, each.7. Four Iota,In- Riverside.'-' enl,'I $380".. D Miami hordat

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/ lbea. waters. to go out of .
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comtgla: lone;' _. 2S .... hsimnack'and truck land.
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90'grapefruit trees, Meet In seiitk ., :
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GreatReduction HOTICE' TO. :CONTRACTORS' Dade'11 year::eM.' 200 young tees -

I ',r'Seated: proposal.'will.0 be: received geed,house' and beautiful' grounds. en 'I THE DOCTOR'S. .ADVICE

.V.-/.H f.. "> I V? by. the ,undersigned until', ,twelve county rock,rest fSSOO.,.Yea atteutd ; '
o'clocjt noonU. ,. m.).:-.TnesJay... May see the views at cur'.... tq takea.:; drive [every' day 'ee ta1aJ7
< ,In Gents: Summer Clothing' sod Shoes U. 1>0 ,.for,,the,erection; and:;'completion ,as' acres,,en -Lemon City 'read,;4 It j calls your attention ,let.your vehicle
of a two story and bu ment"Cou.efete acres cleared.' H_'... MO tf si a You canf afford to take any dsk"wtth'a

aajf'Lafas' Stiffs : ($NG'.WjOQSf.City as the West'1J1oek:Palm, BuDcUnr..tbOWD'Beach>High and Good, "views of the. bay,',far. a.obits, sick' man or woman. .We'll'
. t: ;.....l. ... : : Graded School Building1 at.. ,WestPaIi4 time -7. I4CIOO?, '. '. P do for your -carriage, if it'needs repairs -
J Beach- Florida In' accordance t 1 I what the Doctor,and the drtr.fthe .
Loan Office + JipHf ,f9, withrf> plans.and' drawtngi"'prepared s 1 sick eonveyanc. a wen and strong
b,1Jruee.! Everett t Hays architects .' .
;) ). .. 706-108 English-American'.. .- BuUcUnc.Uatata.Ga. LcMomli 0IIe.'t''t .
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A ertlfled check for.One.Thousand k a* :;X'AJDANN' _
Dollars (1.000) must accompany each Wonderful tleelerCURLS -- .... : -
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hid guarantee that tae contractor 'j 0 TJ

r.: .iHi 1 1 llOt: OJt. will.ter'into,said: 'tnndlng.J contract*for";the' ; erecUoniof inflamation t .. ;Cat:,-Bruises. Borne: ) .' -

k Copies of'plans and 'speclscattonsas Chapped Skin, ,Ronglnesa.Blackheada.Pimples ; ; .
: f$. obtained from:the undersigned and Eczema Keep.
the archttecta'and.a'deposit Complexion soft, smooth'and freshPrice ;
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andtipecUcatlons. "
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,. .t- 1. The.'usual rights reserved. .,.. ",by. :.Biscayne. -Drug'Company. ; >> f'
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ChairmenBoard'of- School. :;'Trustees. t 1i an}
i i ; : .West, .Palm:Beach. ?''la GM../DYKES I > '
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; 2291.-ah; street, Phone No.'i57 and tin Ana e D, Phone 110 .

Of': : ''EXPEJitT PUBLIC'ACCOUNTANT ;, ,* 334 Tenth Street -;.; ; Garage and.Stabhs'" llth! street. ,.''near.Ave.: Et'{ Phone No.'100J '

;.. ,|| :ANY,BU$INI$8 c Al i Usds RlsrtiniirMng and. RefMlr :: ij r
.. f1 f CST REFERENCE I' Horses and
Carnages.
; .. were; :Wagwu BtfUt* Order t> ? -
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"' ) i' i I BOX" 672': JACKSONVILLE If LA. HORSESHOEING .A S eckAu, Atitomobilesl .
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, A tAt C> >for hire by the hoar;'day; 'week or month. stor
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.<, age repairs and supplies.' Agents for the famous FORD antomobilea. .' I
t; ,$2.5Q, .$ .. Qt I' 'op : r .. Freight unloaded and delivered.:Special facilities '.
j for moving heavy freight. ,Omnibus meets every train. ,Bag .
,." I Foii'Dallas I andflinpy d x gage transferred. 'A orders, receive. PROMPT Attention.l
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Besides this patent Gibson tiewe have models. 01'softfl : some particularlj attractive sites_ forboth' ., ,: .. .
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: ..ney.a here :I1.l1.shapes! and.leathers at $2.50_ d$3.00., > i
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"If i: ,estate is, safe; Sure of quick returns { I and Trust Company '

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ft Paid Up Capital $75OOO. Stlrplus, 512.OOOOF

I' JOHN ,B.' I REILLY. J. .INGRAtt M. J JVIcePresldentFort land titles prepares abstracts of ti :les,loans and
;# "t I invests money on its own account and foro hers. Acts as
:Agent Fort Dallas Land Dallas agent, attorney-in-fact, trustee, assignee 'executor yecelver -
If. or guardian. Address all com unications. to
:Company, Miami Florida Land Co., St AUg !ttne.J
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