The Daily Miami metropolis
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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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Is. VOL 3. NO.135 Ittaki "IIAU,, FLORIDA., MONDAY, MAY 14, 1906. 11r::::: -:- Irice.4_Cents

II Be Honest With Yourself by feasting Your Bal 'of Tomorrow for the Men You Believe Will Serve Best the Public Interests. ''I




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Greatest Interest Centered. in the Legislative, County? Clerk ind II

f SERVED. COUNTRY. AS. .SOLDIER Commissioner Contests-"All. : the Candidates Whose ALL TEAMS HAVE SEEN ENCASED I l '--1.. .

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After several weeks of, as strenuous Tb ,other' candidates to be voted .
Before Day is. Ow. --Polico and and Interesting a political campaign upon are. as follows: II Shaking Entire City and Break-
For representative In Congress -
t evil primary
as preceded
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Troops Reidiness- frank Clark ill Glass .
.. flew York. May 14Carl Schurx or general (flection In Dade county, For Justices\>f the Supreme Court All preparations for the primary
;. Commander of the Port widely known as a Publicist and Term the eve of the battle has arrived and -two to be nominated-Thomas L. election In Miami tomorrow beIng Alarmed But Fortunately
er Cabinet Minister, died In this city tomorrow tb*% fate of the various aspirants Clark. Charles BarkhlU and. Jas. are
Amssinited by at 4:35 o'clock this moraine. will ;J>e settled In so much as B. 'Wh tfleld. completed today' and the Indications i No One was.
Death was due to a complication: the simatlonj will allow in one pri For Railroad Commissioner two ,are that ;|h e largest rote lathe

.Workroin.St. of diseases following an attack of mary. H to be nominated-Thomas.,J. Apple history of the 10th district ifs I Killed.
stomach trouble which became acute I That there:;will be a second primaryIn yard Newton A. BUtch ExB- Salley. be polled. |"( .4
t. late Thursday.Carl I all contests where there are more R. Hudson Burr. I
( Schurz was born at Libia than two candidate!. It conceded. For County 'Trea.urer-one be Practically every carnage and hack
near Colonge. Prussia, March 2, 119.1 This will be;made necessary by the nominated George G. Currie C. In the city w'1Ieen engaged by the

St. Petersburg: May 14-. The workmen He was a GernuAmerlcu'Itat"'l election 1a requlrtng a majority vote I I, Raulerson. various candidates, and sign painters Bridgeport Conn. )lat'ltJ'oap
', He to and the large vote that For Tax Collector have been bnsw the last few days
'" man Journalist and general. nomhnate,1 -one to be nominated -
made an Imposing showing
today studied at Bonn In 1847 and 1848. will be polled by all the candidates, -T. N., Gautler and T. J. Harden preparing signs {[Iud banners. Each magazines In the testlnj grounds, of _
la their May Day celebration 'here. thus candidate will have a little army of the Union Metallc
and In the rear 1849 took part In the preventing! a majority vote Cartridge Co, exploded :
( Practlcaly every.factory.min and shop Insurrection In Palatinate and Baden I I Among the-county offices the great For Tax A.sel.orGeo O.: But worke, and UI:I every voter In the here early today. .
la the city Is' dosed, and more than on the repression of which be was arrested (I est Interest jjs centered the Legislative -I ler. city don't go td the polls and cast' The concussion shook the entire city
two hundred thousand men are join.leg but escaped tQ Switzerland. race (between Hon. George A. For Member of School Board-First his ballot it wilj be because he cannot
In the demonstration. He went to pie: United States In dorter anct lIolL J. W'. Watson. District Herbert A. Pennock. See- be pane out I' and caused great alarm.)but BO too
Early reports from the Interior show 185, and became a prominent,member Both are stiong men, and outside of loud: District J. R. Anthony. Sr. The polling place will be at the Fair of life. Fearing It". aa earth- ,
,. that work generally Is suspended and of the Republican party. He their vigorous personal campaigns,1;Third DI.trlct-\V. W. Farls. building at the foot of Twelfth street. quake hundreds ran Ink the streets :
the day being celebrated, though fear was appointed United States Minister numerous workers have been busy In For supervisor of registration. Election booths liar' being erected clad only In their night clothing. <-
U apprehended that It win not. pass to Spain In 1861. but resigned on the field. .The office Is very Important I C. Bnrteshaw and Charles Geiger. today and the 'k bnflding otherwise Each magazine contained ,
for its part twenty-
prepared InMhe
without blodshed.. the outbreak of the Civil War. to and thejjndlcatloni are that the For i Fish and Game Warden-W. I fray. ."
Large reserves of armed police are enter the Union armyHe served result will be close either way It goes. Hull. The following![.!.Inspectors and clerk five hundred pounds of >powder> The
massed la the Industrial qnartersand at the second battle of Bull Rnn.Chan- Second Importance Is the nomination IN.Besides these various offices of con. will be In charge o: the election here.T. cause of the explosion JIs unknown.
detachments of cavalry and Infantryare cenorvUle. Gettysburg and .Chattanooga of a clerk of the circuit court. .':justice of the peace, and mem- M. TownleyjjH.1 Dale Miller and Most of the plate-flass jln the city \.
posted at strategic points though ,' and attained the rank of maj Five candidates are In the contested ben of the county Democratic Exeontlve 8. L. Patterson. Inspectors and R. war shattered and the Isolation, otdistant.
they are kept out of sight I or-general of Tolnnten. He was Republican so strong are each that It Is difficult Committee are to be fined the B. McLendon. clerk. the hospital half a mile .was '
United States Senator from i to even make a prediction of who will vacancies existing by death,' resignation \ wrecked Panic among the InmifM ;
FOREIGN ONE I Missouri In 1S6!:75; was a leading:be' high rain In the first primary,I or removal of the former incum THE PORT COMMANDERWAS followed but no one wai hart '
WERE DISCUSSED TODAY member of the !"LiberalRepublican"revolt : :though It Inconclusively certain that bents. They are as follows: ASSASSINATED '
-- 'In 1872; was Secretary of the a second primary will be,necessaryto ,Precinct No. 1. St. Lncle constable MRS. DAVIT I I .
Chattanooga. May 14- The morning Interior. 1877-81;',ana was editor of secure a 4 nomination. Those in and member of committee. For constable 8L Petersburg. May 14- Vice-Ad- X CONTINUES TO IMPROVENew ,
teuton-of the Southern Baptist Convention the New Tork Evening Post 188141 the race are.Eugene H. Dlmlck 8. O. A. McCallman and A. L. Lane; mlral Kunuich.:) commander of the t '.
today was devoted to foreign He' was one of the' leader of the Fltts \\H.1u1., James F..Jandon for member committee B. G. Ball port who was missions under the leadership of Rev. I"Mugwump movement In 1884. He and Z. T.IderrittEqually and H. E. Stypman. workingmen was assassinated her who has been Ill several days. .
B. J. WlUlngham.'0: Richmond. Va..]I was also the,author of The Life.of I i Is Interesting In Import- Third precinct West Palm Beach; I today by the workmen, whose MayDay U reported today as showing continued .
ance will bib the celebration he attempted to Stop. Improvement I .
secretary of the board. Henry Clay.-Ed.) taming o a board constable-David McCuen. a P. Met-
J jof I commissioners. All ,of the present calf,and Charles Pnrdon.
board ijrxeeptlng Mr. Dlmlck a :Seventh Precinct, Fort Lauderdale,
i candidate for circuit court clerk ana member of committee E. T. King.1 THE WAWHEY$ DEBUTED
$ahiflaofl 8 8R&RU&
DISCUSSED John Sewelp stand for renomlnatlon. Ninth Precinct,'Lemon City Justiceof
Strong personal opposition:has been the peace, H. L. Clark and Low
I offered the members of the old boardin Crocket, candidates; constable C. C.Atkinson. J

D some quarters and on that account HELD[ ,AT WEST PALM tEAC CH N NRepot

is, THE EVERGLADE DRAINAGE PLANt and the campaign excltlngj waged The results baa been are heated In noway J:Tenth F. DeBerry.Precinct Wm.Miami Hunter; constable W. H.

conclusive. The candidates areas Morris, Sam Ronndtree. W. W. Stan-
follows:g3 ton. J, Dan White and W. J. Wilson -

iTo : Charles First District W McPherson.-Harry DuBols and, Fourteenth, candidates.district, Deerfleld member of the (flash as Hade by The Tropical Sunhat Each

Large Audience at.Court House Saturday Night-Uesrs.'War- Second District George aBate, of committee R.: F. Saxon.:
10 ; William Helm'and Paul C. Jones r Fifteenth district. Danla. justice,of Said and How the Audience. Took'f .
ley and Witton bare Way and Postponed Third District R.. L. Wall and T. he peace W. S. Sands.In .
A. Wlnfleld each of the contest but one person the Same
t D.blt'UUI_ Tonight Fourth District- A.'Lee Allen and is to be nominated, excepting In s. I
I J, J. Holljte! the case of the County Commissionersand -- --I'__
Fifth District; Kirk Monroe .ana Members of the School Board, I
'\ 1L.0.T1r elL when one Is to be named 1B each Il :.
'ro .' ; In reporting public debate between would not be la accord huh'tie
.r L'" < I In:aU oTrthe districts but the second district. \ The polls ,will open at, 8oclock : eoasUtuttoa -
Governor S. B..Broward. who came accused other c1 Ole, State Hon. J. W. Watson and Judge of the United States.. Mr.
(, papers c where Jlhere art tare candidates ;' la the.IDOI1IIq,u4.c1oae-:at ;
Uown' Saturday; afternoon:from.West press pf,being bought and controlled a nomination fl be made tomorrow. sundown, la the'eveetng. f' Worley at West,1:, Palm Beach, last Friday Wesson explained his (vote 'againstthe ,
Palm Beach,,'by aato. accompanied fey abut that! many..them had been misled ; night the .Tropical Sun; of that bill to reduce passenger traffic
BOIL'George A.:.:Worle"lohA Town- bj''the'Jacksonvlle: papers. He city says I l| I' to three cents a mile 'lshowing that
leT and others addressed the voters declared that the Times-Union. with', Said? About C. H.. :Raulerson "Mr. Geo. W. ?otter.cbalrman of,' the railway esmtaisslonl\}bat petitioned _
of,Miami at, the court house that all Up ,nrealthsad, enterprise,',.bad : the County Democratic Executive the legislature to kin It; It was ,
evening and_ made._ a molt-favorable- .. never).taken.ltae.t1me .or occaatoa.to, Committee acted aa chairman aad:' shown conclusively that!In titling the !
lmptwIon.T '-- examine'the State records and lee'' : =; first Introduced Hon. J. W. Wat.onof bill the life of the railway commission 7.:
....The Governor .njoyd his auto triptsonensely what 1 the:;.1&,.'. says .relaOvejlo the -;Candidate For. Treasurer )(lam!. j j. was preserved. Aa! to the data
and 'says It was'the first Everglades as'State. property and oth' Mr. Watson, w e not aa orator,I made la Worley*! 'campaign circular
Urn he had ever had such an oppor erwise. I soon convinced, his hearers that be that the county was being flooded ,
; mItT of Tlewlng the country. Quite :;The toTem, backe4'lip his 'arguments I. .1 .- was a business, man and for forty I with money to djefeat Worley and
a lengthy stop wai made at Fort by facts and figures and the majority I I minutes he discussed the Issues of elect Watson, the statement war emphatically
Landerdaleiwhere;th. preparaoons ( his audience were most favorably Miami, Reoord. .: > .' Miami,)Metropolis ?,I '. j{ i I }t the campaign la; a manner that gained denied, and Mr. Watson declared
for draining the Evergndu.'wblch he Impressed.. Yesterday 'mornIng I C. H. ;Raulerson. la again i. candidate "- t 1 Mr.(Ranlerson. candidate for:, tress- for him hundreds! of friends In West that he had always pall -his
.. ,engineering"' wvr.' visited.1 .Other he,turned to'Fort'Landerdale, for'tJae offlce;of treasurer. urer to succeed himself In that owes Palm Beach. jAt| times he was eloquent own campaign expends; he defied
tops were made en root and the and this>ax>rning .went to Danla. :When a man: ha discharged the ls a resident of Miami and beside and at no time did be fan to any man to show that he had received
pattygtven'aanthudniUc: reception here,'he 'win speak .this afternoon duties of his office to the satisfaction his county offlce Is a member of the hold the undivided attention of his one dollar from any other source.
at each place. probably on the 1 tame subject. of the people, u Mr.. Ranlerson has Miami City Council. Mr. Ranleraoa audience l I'| Applause. Mr. Wntson said that
A'f At 8 oclock In the evening.: It having done It will take a strong argumentto Is BOW county treasurer and there: "Mr. Watson dwelt at length on his the county was entitled to two representatives
been decided to change the pUce :ROOSEVELT: ANSWER qonvlnOB the voters' that there is no'' logical reason why he should record as a member of the legislature, under the I new apportionment
(C, speaking to the court house a THE TILLMAN CHARGE should" be %| change. not be returned for another term.'.' and satisfactorily; explained his attitude to be made the next see-.
crowd of several hundred people had t ,Kr.Raulti'1OI1_ is so wen known,In He is competent and has filled the on every' Question 'that presented lion and he donld .work to that end.
gathered to hear the addresses that If My-Answer Is.* Maderlays: "AttorneyGeneral .: Dade:oonnty that a formal reference position most satisfactory his reports,1 itselfIn|| the assembly of He declared In favor othe[ deepening
lard been announced would .be delivered to him omo his candidacy Is hardly books and general condition of 1897 he introduced and secured the of St. Lncie River Inlet at Stuart
by Governor Broward and the t' Moody necessary.f| his office! being up to dale and maintained ;passage of the) present primary law and on many questions} which the
Messrs Watson and Worley. those of 14 His actstln offlce demonstrate his In a thorough manner. Mr. and he showed,his hearers that at the public weal Is concerned. '
the two latter gentlemen in favor of General Washington.Moody May and Senator- Attorney.Allison eminent abilities and he .wiU be returned ,Ranlerson has always been one of :last session of(the legislature be In- "Mr. Worley was then Introduced ;
.. their candidacy for the Legislature conferred with the President thismorning'ou'tbe to .OBee with the approval 'ofa the popular candidates In the county reduced an amendment; to the law and he sang about the tame old song
from Dade county but owing to the :situation; which.has very large, majority' of- his. ,fellow.citizens. and was one of the high men In the jrhlch would glare St etren"n and 'hat he sang here a week ago except
length of the speech of the former. arisen M aldermanlc election last year.HOJ lower; the amendment! passed both that he did not elald Watson had ,
concerning the railroad rate
they waived him the privilege, and MIL .o I _. :.louses but thp! enrolling clerk haY "thrown down' the people o. Osceola
agreed to debate their Issue at the NEGRO 'ng left out two or three essential county sad forgot'to mention Us big
Mr. Moody refused to make statement FOUR ClilLORENtr' METAL CAUSED
game place at. S oclock tonight, .regarding .that .made b,a.' Senator words lest It valueless and the goverior Turtle Harbor scheme and the feeding a-
Hon. FredTc M. Hudson, presidedat I vetoed the'' bin."Mr. of eight hundred million chine
:Tillmaa la the Senate Saturday
the meeting. Governor Broward but said If any;: statement Is made It CREMATED IN I DEATH AND Watson, touched on the eon- through Florida's sonthermoet port.
has as his subject "Everglade Drain- must come ,from the President, H. I Ict lease system, sad stated that he VIr. Worley Is an Interesting speakerand
age." He went Into fan details and refused t to say, however, that such a iTENNESSEE had prepared ,nd secured the passge last night be did !tot fan to Interest -
prete'1teel'a.! convincing argument In statement-would- be 'made. I I IVJURYBirmingham/ of a bill ri medring the evil that and amuse his audience with .
favor of the plan. He recited how this I 'xlsts. prorldln;; such employment for Jokes and yarns, many i>f which were
vast territory of Inndated land could LOUISANA' ERAS Convicts as tha : they would not come the belittling of Mr. Watson's, efforts
;;;, be drained of Its great productiveness ASSEMBLY CONVENED TODAY Into competition with .honest labor i'as a member of the Legislature ..He
{ and asserted that enough sugarcane and at the swine time working the gave a spiel attacking the State Judie- I
j; :could be grown there to alone Covlngt, Tenn, May 14 The May 14- Molten metal << convicts. Th( bin provided for the larr, whom he accused of leaning U
supply the world with syrup .and Many. Important Matters"to Come.Up house of Henry Hunt 'a negro living broke through the earth at No. 4 rc'abllthment '!pf rocK quarries and ;, the corporations.
.tsup.J'. During Session near here.? al last night destroyed by Furnace of the Slow-Sheffield Steel the working olj prisoners .In building When Mr. Worley kook his seat
He quoted passages of law showing Baton Rouge,. La.. May 14- The fire and hi*! four children burned to and Iron Co. mill this morning. Chas. ;good roaJa, era< etc, but Governor Mr. \Va: on was again < n his feet and
thatthe Everglades belong to',the second and last....Ion of the Louisiana 'death. )Hunt and_his wife were at Johnson was killed outright and Jennings vetoed the bill pointing his finger to the wou1dbeI'isluor
;.. Bate of Florida, and that it therefore ,,General,.Assembly';convened. to- church anjl found the house, burned James Brown was fatally injured. "The speaker explained his vote : be answered all of the redlenloas
devolved upon the State to'drain day, and continues sixty days upon tbelfj return Incendiarism' The 'damage to the furnace will be I on the. Crlll bin, showing that he did claims 'and charges In a manly =
""r and make these minions of acres of Many Important matters particularly -suspected.*r;! several thousand dollars. not vote for Its passage until Section w8Yllnd he went after Worley's, scalp
: land tillable and serviceable. Two that relating to State and pa- .L 5, which was I](construed as the objectionable In great fashion. He defended the
boors or more were consumed In the rochlcal, taxation win come before WESTERMJ.UNITARIANS I: wtih ,;a banquet at the Palmer HO'Use I I feajW. had been stricken j jI i names o. Parkhin an I other members .
speech a part of which the chief executive the session. The passage of a compulsory IN CONFERENCE] on Wednesday evening. At the min as to the education of negro children of the State Jodie ary. :
devoted to paying his respects primary election law, and the ChlcagofMay 14The fifty-fourth ister's meeting this morning the Rev.I I he had a bill providing that I Ir Mr. Worley gave t ye minute reply -
to the two Jacksonville dally papers question;of, constitutional amendments annual meeting of the Western Unitarian George A. Thayer, of Cincinatl. gavean r the white mans,' taxes should educatei in which be kep the audience
both of which he said were controlled to permit a bond Iuue'for municipal Conference opened here todayIn Interesting discussion of the question -;,l the white man's children and the I[ well amused, but In 'II' Ich no points
by the corporations: and-paid by them' improvements In New Orleans Unity Thnrch, Barry Avenue nea pf "Marriage and Divorce." There i negro should be taxed to educate his were brought out to prove that be
to oppose the drainage .of the 'Ever- wffl also. considered during .they Evanston f pAvenue. The conference will be a number of Interesting d.-('town chlJdren'l nt was withdrawn after i was the superior of b s opponent aa
i 'glades.. He said that he bad never! session wfli: last .three days and will close cues ono this afternoon and In tme It was coo d that such a measure a leglsla t r." adr.
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B.TATUM..pr. ; t1 I I II, in the selling of meats;,u wen u t-
other things. 'Ir, the ,1IalItJ'oIGV
PRESS .. meats that wlni new f leads and p>
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.' Jj W. Watson Avenuebeenefs tried us on an order for rout
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Entered at. the Postoffice at 3fiamLFla.'ai see cond-cla matter s We offer the: "' '' andWestern
; ;t a II beef to he .r"

N. _: |SUBSCRIPTION RATES "', ,. 4. B. Doanee. Prop..I. .
..$5.00 One Month.;.....14.,;*...$ ..45sfxMonin.V.n. ,., -' ,.
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i- Three Months;.;'...I.114-, 1.25 Weekly per 1 ear.......... 2.00 .I.
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Opposite>> Court t.House" ? > OurGhind e i :
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isjfiow a matter of history and we feel as if ve ought to thank our;.custom-:

!' 'THE PRIMARY. TOJIORIMNV. era for the fine business we had. 'Tis truew| we sold goods at awfully low. 4

i.. aD4'80me.few Tomorrow"state th. primary"election officers will be for held nominating throughout to office Florida.various. county" x ,. prices but that is our motto. Carry no gooc s -rom'season to ,season :

L! acute The but situation"unmarred generally, except on possibly this the a eve few of cases the and battle Instances of the.,ballots by an;UJ1frlendtr li arid to reduce our stock no matter ,what they cost. Practically all our goods

or personal' feeling. This.Is true particularly In Dade County,, ar| now back.to the old prices, but 'inso IT, e few lines where we 'afe still 4
condition decidedly Interesting and the outcome of the pry
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!W. miry anything but reasonably certain for any one candidate.The overstockedjiave decided to continue sacri ce prices until stock is lowered
has been one of determination on the I
camptlga from the beginning K3 / I
Toter has been paued'that could i .
candidate Kot.a
part o: each and every
be reached In the'canvasses,'and many of the candidates have lived, prafrtlcany. : I J I .
on the road and with the electors. The Indulgence of personalities M l's fine clothing suits we sold for We are !b: adly.overstocked In men's pantss'lft
'by the candidates themselves has been avoided, to 'a very great' extent I; en and eighteen dollars to i! close $13:50: and we 6 fer 6.00 and 7.00 Paragon pants $5.00 1

though'.ome leaders, and others,.who would-'!be, have attempted to create them out at '. .,. . .I. . . the best I ne made In the U. S. for ...... ; ''::
friction; both among those seeking ofllces"and' the.public by uttering falsehoods

; making erroneous' accunatlons., and Fortunately Injecting.they personal have feelings succeeded against but A bfoken lot of suits in small sizes. Our line ')f four and 5.00 pants for. .. $3.50
Into,the.issue ,
certain candidates $6'.90
3334: and 35. Worth $10 and 12, '
weight ;
practically no '
little The, and contests their:words here and Ire't'charges>between will Democrats carry and it,Is'for Democrats to to Boat ,-at. . .. . . 'j.f..", ... All our 350 I., 3.25 and 4.00 pants for. . . $3.00. ".,
make the selections. In'doing this the Metropolis believes that all fairness .!1'i I I "'
'wffl prevail;-that the'electors are too Intelligent be Intimidated at the .

.- polls interest. by the and workers development of this of or the that cUr candidate,and county, that every at stake voter and wUl that have, they the We cleaned out our shoe stock in very good shape and have but these few to offer at cut prices: '

them who will subserve r best these I' 1 1fo
to represent
'will ,choose the men; Men's'ShirtL
... ,- line of ladies shoes and ox- Men's Shoes
; purposes.It is:essential "ihe'success of,the primary snd tee beneflt'of'the s in white canvas, duck. kidfwhite ) ., : i
h A few men's shoes in Packar $150 Men sbirts'aboat all gone tout we stilland
Its full qualified "
county that every precinct turn out, as near as possible 5. calhklnl oxfords t't and four dollar. Walk-Over and Geo.. have a few of the Manhatta Roy-
,tote/ud'It' would'be-to their credit and distinction should the;result 110W. .,.:.....-... ;..h..... .. .95 E. Keith's 3.50 and four dollar. Sizes al Palms left Worth $100 ;,
show, that.not"mn-eleglble: : .vote in the county was nncast: 'Dont'fall to 3.5$,white.can1'aloxlord. t295 badly broken To close, CO QC to close at .....,...; ..$1.4
: tots if yon'can; Its your'4utr. Having done this let all be_aatlilled at 0011'..............-.. ... r, at .:....... ,.., ,..,...... SL.UJ 60 or more shirts -r$1.25 I
toms ZSfli white canvas oxfords t .I Il $1.50. to .., ..$1.002Opcrct'
i/ the ontewme no matter"what It be. Some must. be nominated and abw.r.t.p 1.95 About thirty palrof$_ OaDd a lew pair: close at. ,""" .
.4e'e.at d. We commend the candidates to you Tomorrow you wUl.Jed.se.thelr 1.5
i-II'. ; fate. 'I tw..l.;;: ..' ..$135. ,I To close at .. ., .. ..... !JZ.I' 15 ". .4:
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w. FRAKCISCO. / \ !
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I 'It. It will bo.a; pleasure on our part to have you call and 1 ok'our'stock: and'prices over,. ,0or store i is'wantthew6rtd
,; More than .t20XXU, (' .> .has been>> contributed. for,the relief of 'the people Iage plenty of air nd always cool] and comfortable ring the." ; : done
iof San.Francisco,;but much morew111.be n8! ed., :;Gen. Greely has. given 8pace. di : .summer_ monthsEvery 1 says ;
I.warning;'that the food'supply sight win' soon Jbe:exhausted." The'country its a.pleasure] to trade at our store. All goods marked"in pi]i in figures and,strictly one;;price tc .all.
has responded nobly but the disaster Is one that meaDS homelessness and I
helplessness.for many days to.come.- Ban Francisco has always been liberal m

notably so In her responses to appeals for aid,..and so. has' .CaUfo.. "'n1&. : I '

.1.' The The American State'Encyclopedia had a population says?of,'" leas" than' 150'000! "during the Civil War; I "Weis:sell the best 'that money I can buy; WEI< %; :: ;toakaow .. :" "i

it butIt contributed more than"one tblyd as much to the expenses of ihe 11: --.I< \ ,
[; United' States Sanitary Com"'m' ,.is,all the rest of the loyal States' "' "" .. ";}:
,. together. with their population of 18,5000. Its cash contribution to .this *
g cause was over UOO,000. Everything was In this proportion.I Enormoussubscriptions
I .
were sent to relieve great catastrophes of fire, pestilence oti : 'milLm '
K war In an parts of the world, 'Huge gifts were. made to educational and
, other public utilities, on a scale never yet surpassed;and at that.time, aster The Anthony Romfh .Companu
For ,Sea"Francisco true'proverb thef
,r: Loud of..elsewhere.. a generation .
world over of princely living and'princely giving." ,
f" .. This'reputation"the world over Is serving now U "bread cast upon th. : -l4 \ / !, I r .

.;, graters," for from everywhere have come offers"of help../.Chicago has ours \ ,
tributed Mine! _.million .dollars.;. When. :Chici fire'occurred In 1871 Sea J
L Vrandsco contributed $100.000, and this Is now returned multiplied\ by teL
f Then the California city.was less than one-tenth u large""as'Chicago DOw \ -

I ... The State Government ot Illinois gave Chicago substantial .aid in 1871 -
. '" 'rand California.'should aid San Francisco by such'loans as'It'..may"need.

*: There will blue loan'from .the,National Government o: You Want d.ak'gUotie! ?

'''Do your own.thinking tomorrow and vote as your mind'dictates.. Then ,
: '.you win have made no mistake.;j' '
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No.burglar 'was 'ever, afraid of an old maid.-New York Sun. 'How 'do 1f1

.',' 'yon know? Arc burglars different from others of the masculine gender T.: 1'< I .'

'; Let'harmony, friendship and good..will prevail'at,the polls tomorrow.' If so we can do not io for you, but
'. There win be DO'room for ,bitterness; the Jay win rock along'Just as well
,:t- > .,
"- without lt.R3en.: I .

the'ballots have been cast and counted some of those fellow' who ,If you'want'au absolutely water-proof residence. bust less block! or a building of any k' d '

,have 'never:discovered where"they: "got, onT at wfflknow exactly where. show artificial tone that is the best the -
we will be glad to you a water proof \ on markftWe
.they "got off" at,
will demonstrate to you that water can be p ured over the facing of our stone
A few lines of type-well arranged and displayed will sell an article or I
; thing.a dozen salesmen could not Successful merchants and'business men and will stay there until'evaporated by the sun, with i otthe .1 least bit of absorbment byte ..

.:: know,this,to be true. : # stone.:' ,It is not healthy 'to live.in a damp house, therefore protect the health of yours* If
When, politics; have become a thing' of the past it Is'hoped the song of the and family and build a stone house. Plaster can be put I Jon this stonethus saving the expense

;saw and hammer will be Increased throughout Miami Thus Is the season of lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone' will not crack or peal. We also deal in
... ,of the year,It Is usually the loudest and most pleasing.. .
He that succeeds once should have'no trouble In succeeding again.
This, ,la applicable: to advertising The: golden rule "If at first yon don't succeed
,,'try,.try, again." is especially'applicable to advertising of all natures,
but there la no need ,why.the very fine effort should not bring the desired

i results.They:. 'may. write and talk all they want but Governor Broward Is sincere Art Stone Construction Co

j 'In the If'f.that. he,is right in the'Everglade drainage pain, and'If .

..; the chief.executive is correct, in his quotations, he has the law' on his side. I II I
This being true the opposition to the'reclamation of this land by the State ;

; should condemn the.law/and. not the Governor, who .upon'taking: office" ,

r obligated himself to,Its support'and execution. A man should' not'' '!>ffice' and' Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. 1 Look for the Turn in the Wall"I
.; ,blamed, condemned and persecuted- for doing that which Is his duty and in :
which"bets,right. Thequestion. seems ole that the courts and'npt. the I

public and press should decide.* '" x ". .4.'.... ..z...:_. _-.'....._..__'-_ .
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A resoluUoaJof the ; !

,LjIeprIessI9fls the city of Jljlml. : 4r l ,!ill

,. \ proclamation; the I 1

it-... 9 IL WPjVA I SAW IT' THENWhat city; lime notice 'of aa ;;

be held In thcity; Of ORij >
, fourth Tneiil$ la May;

same being UMJ J24 day:
'"' Patt.r.; its Errva-La,. I'
for the purpose of .
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.. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.RWpt.o..ta.n..srrnwWy This Editor Said In Reporting qualified, registered "' '

;, ..11---.......al..........1M"'t*..'... Village Assessment By of city; One the qneiUon Handled of the I ., I',J\,." 'ri, ''T9d.i" -p :..;. ;

grid twM.o.aou. ., \.. A '
.,. JIUaaJ. P1'*. Present Board of CountyCommissioners. (100000.00 { city __ """," f'-. ; : ,
upon the mlintes of this '

f. K.E. BXTMOUK '..r t.ATKWSOS. that' the same : ':..: ,

Seymour ,&Atkinson loJ of thirty: I[l jiay a prior. nrc. : 0. J'

Lion u required by law. l

;. Attorneys and Be It Resoled by the.
At Law From Miami Record,Sept t.,1105.) 1 '
\:, Counselors ( of the city all J Miami:
.eUl atMatlM to&onetk.l.aU eomrt. After four dan of bard labor the That the fa lowing
;" atu* county commissioners finished the Join Needs
the Hon. Bewail :
Jl .Oma 5,6.7,Friaacll Bldg.:,Miami '
large amount of business before thee, city; 0: Ula&i. at'' thla ,

which Included an Inspection of the meeting of jtle city i j -

:T G. A. Worley assessor's books and the fixing of the city; ; held on;;the 11th & '
) rate of taxation for thla year. D.. 1>(X. which aald how long you stay. comfort to b< pro-:

Attorney at Law la fixing the mlUage the commissioners la the following words ngs to enjoy complete :: This tore
.'. town: : i In this connection with the essentials and
310 J, Twelfth St., Miami Florida were confronted with a large -
. Special Election:
deficit handed down to them by the Mayor of the/dry: of { with good quality. For Ins ante, '

prerlous board. tea of the a m.. iI
:. M.. Robbins
Ceo The overdrafts up to January ,first. To the Voters of the. ; :
-, : andCounselor aC which time the present board went and the Pttblle at Suits !
Attorney I, John Bewell.. mayor ; *
r into"office, were as follows:
t- : -.-."" "At-L Law' General fund ...... .... HZ.28 61 6 of, of Miami an ordinance td'conformity pass.!

wm i 1*sit cart., atate ad YMsat School .. .. .. ........' 18.630 15 council of the city; of I "
". I Roads .'. ..-..... ...i .. :; 1W83 M 11th day; of April, A. D. blue black and gray serges and flannels .
Fines and For'eltnres :..... &*49.1> ed ,.. H. Vfharton. they will wear. $5.50. $6.50 $8.00. $10 '
Hudson &. BoggsAttorney city Cornell.Attested by 'j
, Total deficit ........ $49,547 65 clerk of said<< city and
3ot'" at. Law During this year besides paying the sigh day: ofiOlay; A. D.,
running expenses of the COUJItJ.the John Sewell]"mayor and Shifts
I, Townley Buildini;Miami Florida board has succeeded tn cutting down .An ordinance e :4
-- the old Indebtedness In the following of One Bnttdred :

amounts: City Bond {'of the ,City;
P. T..SUGGS. L'D' ., General fund .............. $5,65444<<<< State of Florida: : In all the new fabrics. 40c up tc $2.00

k.- Road .......... ........ ':W7078<< thou for sub purpose & .
SJ.., oaawkkldCrswpku>t.sr ......... 1,35819
Fine and forfeiture
the method;'of hosting
B""sideB e Mtt trout _
_Aft O and farther};In ; Neckwear Head re J
KIA1Q.' FLORIDA.' Total reduction ........ 1S. 71 75 charter of said city; ;
Besides paying off this Indebtedness and the sane: la hereby; for best grade goods ,1
Dr. Jackson Jr.Offlu board has built 15 'miles of that a Special Election
.Japl8S'M. ; the about in the dtypef Miami. find! an.honest bargain here'
hard roads the coat'of which

:; Gorier I 12 A&aUri B' ready:been paid'front the road fuaJ A.ida,D.on, UOfe'th4fourta<<" the same ::1

OppesOe llaIc oar tlalBars3b4aad7to8p.w. and from contributions from dtII nL day of aaldt.month. for
There were on'the first day of Sep submitting 3fco the
j voters, of the City of '
tember outstanding warrants, not.In "
T L.1 tlon of thijiwue'of
t eluding school warrants, $20,767.46.The Thousand Dollara of 'j
W. USH.'
t DR. : B. total'assessment ,for 1904<<;wa.- the.city; ot .JIJam1.,State

.';:- ,.... Offloe OT'lith.street, 'Pbone 4J.Bestdeaae $4420,14<< No peraotf than be ,
L The total assessment fov.1905. Is la aald election who la not
: : ,108 9th 8i.r -- .
560806584. voter of th.,dty of 1
.' ul.ML 7L I. An Increase In assessable. valuationsof ident of saU city and Furnisher
'. m real j
U87.ie.84..To own estate situated ,
meet the Increased expenses ofthe limits of, 14."dtr..upoa
{ J. f. Mullett M. D.Omoe taxes hay t been paid
provide the
f ;eounty and to Tor
.. ; 1905, and who than not
r -" : Booms i andz 4rrissell speedy: payment of pastIndebtedneuand elector la all other 322 Twelfth Street. Miami/ ,Florida
,; Building to provide a road fund to pay for charter of the city and i
roads now under construct3on'f'' the thereof. "c p\
t 10-.. -
: Hours nu to It m. 1tolp.o.B.etdeno.141,10th The ud'
j board war forced to Increase the mm- Inspectors .
conduct said election .
" '.e- of lut year.. lows: Inspectors. A. J.; I 1
FRED BUTTES;" The'mlllage for 1905 win be:'" Mathers, a ChaL''A. : '"

General Fund ........'.".;..;.;.J 1-2 John H. Cheathanv
f : Qctttral! Contractor.Oradinsr. School...;.-........,.........: 7' The poll; be'open.r''I
.' Fine and Forfeiture ....,..;....: X I-X and closet sun-down. :
W Blasting. Interest and Sinking'Fund ;..: 2 --..i The ballot,to be used
'Well. DrUJedo' 8Idnralk_ ,. Roads:-.":::.;;...'.*.".,.-..;?;;..V;>.S' tion shah'be prepared National Bank
i Put Indebtedness .......;_..:..:CSpeela council 'ashall be ,to"
{ Road,I .....:..:::;,.!..... 4 lncformSfror.i>Clty '
I W,' C., Maynard, .' !- -Against City Bonds. .
County: tax r.,6.-' The Inspectors !

, QMAOUATI30PT1CIAN, State. tax ...;,....."!. .Iv'ivi. a.Tots1'mfllt .- aald,election$ nay:, .
;;. With Maynard_* Son.J.wdersAtuus tor offerinf'to rote at

D .(rat.oe_2bR Oils ) ;................. Ji,; furnish proof that said I
., -- At:the request of the school board es the requisite *
t:' defined. '&. .
the" school mfflage ,was raised 'from .
# GEO. L, MCDONALD. : I S ,to t mffla. .ThII'.to provide partly SaId election. ihafl,be ,
part'Indebtedness and to' the city hall & thedty of '
",.:/r;, ... JMbiiaiir' ;vastly Increased expenses of the pay board :That said One, :::: Depository State of orida
a.nsgt.gWM/t.W.gL.Wa e :rltrOOOOAFiUTtGBOVF consequent upon the large Immigration Dollars:,olg City ,Bonds;;
J1.+. ., which has ereated a great demand for Issuance of; the same be
school..houses aad'for.more teachern. two third!';of the voters

c. 'r4t1.13raI The fine and forfeiture miUage wu la said election,: said
WALTER ; railed ;from-ou"'mDl to one and a 4'u "
, half,mlllSr-owing:i tothencrate'of. shbe issued &11410141a 'I 6th. 1906.
as reported) to
," ,.,ea .: court expenses.- w amounts and for the ,

:. "-- .<< Interest- sad"staking o'rund/'minags: poses'as fellows:'; ,'to-wltj'; (Currency-Condensed
)121Q A.e;;'C; hr L 71aTaeChapmanllouse. .was lowered one-half a mill a'- For ...putpOIt of'
> and maintaining
" ,la order'to. j'th outstan'dlng warrants : otherwise a system -
Issued by abe old board and tot or .
of the 'tie
city to
which' there .waa no 4 provision mad
I: .,...Fi W.CHAPMAN. Prop..3- lutaeer, and to,place the county jon;'called Thonaand and 5 Dollars known, ( ,
: aa.'Q.II pro ..,. a..d.i1y tM-vs rkG..tll a cash basis u soon aa possible, four aa
; .........-tis eomfoct ga....>I.* mills,were assessed-tor-the overdraft For the purpose of r
, n .I1.b eC Pa1a Mitre and the streets
, .art...sirs user q.nt..w w...... account_ ,The mode.OL.paring, the of the pattt| ....... ....:.. ..........422070.6
........rowr.ra.of Ooawr.W .l1eii COUJIt)'. bills by; _warrants which can cltjf to the
.. ... tlag,Lrrg. .aM Y'Oat tarie.(. only be cashed at a discount has proaanoylag caned:noann4.!Dofan'.:($ : ; ................. ........ 18747.7:
1 PIorMa ( and known U
" -Ddrtrl 4.A. Y.g 80 tad\,expensive to '
the people that the board determine mentBoti4&.-,.,? ................ ........ 71,00010: .
For purpose. of

: .W., Grahaiti; to the assesi next rear&II amount py'o4 that all the would old In-in bunding,t ito be ........................ 41000.:
rock to the amount of

:j, Contractor...--.. atidBuiIderSatisfactioft January.cubns'of'debt 1907 W on d."start'the a'strictly county cash ba by and Dollars ($20,000), to ........................ 50,000. a
known as City Building
{- Ottaraatocd. sis;,which win.prevent the'expense For the.purpose? of & ... ..... ... ...... 74,657.9,
and loss to the people of either nold-
''" .... .. .., tatting rind equipping a
, _
{'' .Let,. M."lgsts-CM M JouaI., wor M.k's.d a po.W, w J Ingwarnnta,Indefinitely of cask- ment to .U< amount of ....... .. ........ .. ... .. 47,758.8:
. Mill csUsUM* r.o. '740X1aaU1a. lug them at a great discount'A
and Dollars (116,000). to .
'," special tax assessed
road was and known as,Fire $725,235.
from the money: to be received from For te purpose, of,
,.Expert Typewriter, this fund the county; will be able togo strnctlntvjand, malntalng
-- on wlthjthe; road buU41nc.1rhIdL'lthu and promenades located :> .
Repairing projected and which .Is an so- city limits to the & ; .
solute necessity la\keeping 'up,with Thousantt.DoHars ($ i : : :;

{ M. PRESTON.. the Raises development made by of the the county.board "' ed and known' as Park and J ......-........ ... .......$100,000.,,
304 9th St. P. 0. Box 311 ; were: Bonds.j t| : f

.<;,.. Fine School from B to 7. Said bonds shall be' ... .. ............ ... .... 6,766.(
tad forfeiture from 1'to 1'. 1-i. different. series. towlt: .
-' "- >
Emil A. EhmannArtltect Overdraft, 4. Bonds, itmbered from : ............ ,... .. ... ... 52,000/0
t Special.jC f lDc1ua1.Yf1i' Street
The state tax last year was. <4< mills; in a series numbered! ............ ... ... .;. .566,468.46.
this year.It is 8 mills. ; City
fJ, West Palm Beaoh Florida The state and county; tax rut year In a from one'to $725,235. 3
was 19.mills; this year it la SI mina dnatrellre, Department
series ffcini one to
I Park aad Promenade
Merritt & Kolb
Rheumatism'Mai:ea Life MiserableA lea trombone;: to fifteen

bonds ahu be Issued In to all customers old
1f. Red Estate Rentals eta M and'neevery
happy; home la the'most valuable of One fThonsand '
%: ftimt+v MaSMQCdAre. possession that la within the reaca of shell bear Interest at the : and every accomodation i ir keeping

mankind, but ,uot' Its per cenfi per annum,"' I
C. near 12th St:;. ,Miami. Fla. "roil.C&II enjoy
comforts if yon are' suffering from tare anAl become payable :
rheumatism. You throw aside business from Iff date thereof,
DR. ,E. ,M. LAW'DENTIST .. cares when you enter :your home *na sold at'not less than
yon can be relieved from those rheumatic Wltnfeia my hand and
pains also by applying Chamberlains the dtgtthls Uth day of.
t Pain Palm. One application will UO& m 6eo. R. Oomph, Cashier.1i.1
Finlcj Building give yon retie: and Its continued. use John .
Artistic Work Thoroughly. for a short time win bring about a 'i ror of the City
Executed permanent'cure. For sale by Bra 'I Atte/t IL R. 1ttl111J11
Th. Mast M : ApDllano carD' ,Drag Co. and an-dnaudsta, (Seal)rS city

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sJ TODAYS, SCMION OP Red Men KeerganiMtfTomokk

T. A. WINFIELDPOURS/ M" ODlar CONFERENCE, Tribe.;Xo.: '. I. O. R. SI.I ':

WM reorganized last I latnrday night i
Committee 'H Nothing :to D.,With by J. F. Hoffman D.(O. 8. with 65 1

HOT SHOT INTO THE UnlOftlzln Publishing House new ud 10 old The lodge I

: win meet a membet taint place <
Blrmlnlham ray U Bishop A. next Saturday DIe mem 11

I W.' Wilson P dell over the deilberatlona hers will receive theli,.full degrees j

of the eDeraI'conference of Mr. Hoffman leaves tonight for Palat-.

the' Methodist Church. South today to attend the council of'i
.RECORD and devotional services were conducted Red Men of which great tenap< l'Ita.

by ReY. est,Prettyman. of Babtimore. and which me U'ther at 10 o'clock.
1 tomorow morning.1 '! s.

The reports the committees were

( !i .wN the order of e day and such reports BIG RED MEN'S CARNIVAL'

were receive on various subjects Peoria Dl, May 14-lSeveral then1fend
from the co tteeg"oa' itinerary rt
visitors have arrived! here attracted
venal, pub! tlOD ud otller&
JEF by the big Red'Men'sCarnival: ,
A memorial wu reeeired from the
AND CHARGES THAT STONEMAN DID NOT FULFILL HIS CONTRACT Hy International plalea1 Union which opened here today and will last ..
to the end of.the'weekC Everytribe ,
WITH.STATE AND COUNTY -HIT.POLITICAL RECORD.13 seeking ton oDlze, the. publishinghouse of the Red'Men tn this State has sentdelegations .
, ... u1)OJl1
at Nash, Ute. It. ruled
and the
greatest enthusiasm
ALSO AIRED -WINFIELD A LIFE-LONG DEMOCRAT .JrY Ps I by the com tine lilt the nl.tter prevails. ,n.' lebraUol1'wID ..
does not com under the jurisdiction ",
." ,. -1 begin this afternoon'with1 big general
x3 ai of the commitMONTREAL
H. ,- _> ...... parade of the Red Men and will .,
'1 Ii ,,, ..,. ,3I I M close Saturday with
""" ;; 'l' It i .. on t a parade -
, ;r < ,, ROCERS for travelling mel. -
llfaml''Recor I of/this
?The editor of the Certificates FOLLOW SUIT .
'bas spent a great deal of his timeand I Its action are also on file to the offlc } 1 ARGUMENTS I alGUN'Frukfort.fK7.1I.

f': space on me for,the put week or of each county clerk of the State. ri lionizes], u... May 14- Under &' ( t-lThe State
r- more and be has simply and completely Here' Is a copy of the one ON FILE the auspices f the Retail Groeen' tallroad-Commission Unlay begaathe *

*,contradicted j himself,. ;to. ;-every- -. In In the CLERICS OFFICE DADE Association o Montreal a pure food'I hearing of ,arpmen ,.to the ease ;

."' stance.. COUNTY: show will be pened '.t the Victoria of* alleged discrimination' and ertor-

in an editorial, September 11, 'I90S, At a regular convention of the Social Rink this eye ing which .m remain tionate freight rates[ The ,commission -'
and the
;. after discussing the acts of the' county Democratic! Party In for. open eleven d.L It a quIte a lam has been engaged for several
., commissioners he says: "When State of Florida held at Ocala Marlon affair aDd I. spceted to be a great I months, In- taking-testimony and aa-t i
In said Stats, on the 22d day
people County .uccea. Th arrangements are In Immense quaalty material baa beeaj
known the ,
of'the Dade conditions county are will be entirely rut- of":; September; 1900, of.which. F. B.Stoneman i JAMES F JAUDON close Imltatlo o' those at the various accumulated. It la expected that the
of Orlando; was duly'elect-
11 Isfled with the business-like policy oft i large pure f shows held tn various hearing will consume weeksas a large,
: Smith of Marlon
E. C.
chairman and ,
of County Commissioners. cities ID the netted StatH.L number of witnesses wm be heard.
the county was duly elected secretarythe The popular Candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Court --
November .
: In another editorial. following named citizens and electors & I -

F the editor, of the same paper of said State were named as candidates -
says In' regard to the Palm Beach Florida East Coast I
matter far the offices of Presidential' Tomorrow you will select men to be ;your public servants. I, James F. way
drainage : electors In and for the State of Flor Wjjl
Jaudon be one of the applicants the office of Clerk of the Circuit
... -AH THE PRELIMINARIES ida. to be voted for at the election to t. '
:::. WERE PUT.. THROUGH ACCORDING be held November 6, 1900, viz: Ernest Coo _I ask you to consider the following agreement: Local Tin e Card No. 66 la Effect ipri 16,19Ii.- 1
t-- THE'COUNTT'COMMISSIONERS : Untermsn, of St. Johns county; Wm. ARTICLE OF AGREEMENT made this 15th day of May X D. 190,'

> TO LAW1). P. Netld. of'Hliisbor.,";:countyi Ed- between Barnes F. JauJon party of the first part and You, the voter of MUTB-BOtTHD-IEAO DOWN KMTMOWC1READ OF. ')

f* AFTER DUE AD win C. Smith of Marion county;' W. Dade cbnaty., party 0: the second part.,
VERTISING.. MADETHE NECES- P. Seed of Santa Ross county: And r
BART ASSESSMENTS. SO FAR AS the said chairman and secretary were WiT SETH, That If the party of the second part shall first deposit a..ci h H RATIOS W? Need slIp

instructed to certify the same to the a TSrie In the ballot box on theI5.h day of May, 1906 marked: Fol'Clerk I
{ KNOWN.- THERE HAS BEEN NO .. SCOpmSWp 1 *sa U. __jMk.mTUl*__ tr t p Mss
Secretary of State. fee Circuit Court, / ..SoalbJMkionTUUunn. f 7ps7.a
MISTAKE CARRYING OUT THE F. B. STONEMAN } lops to bta .... .D, .. S pa t 15s 4f'
ofl\ X JAMES F. JAUDON. 7 MPS 1l iSdS .. e Ps 1 alas
PROVISIONS OF THE LAW AND IF E. C. SMITH Chairman. 8 ,pm U &5s ,, __.bitrmUtks.EZ t StoutMtm ,
' of the part herebyasreei. If elected, to fulfill the duties :]
Secretary. TKtm143pm. Ubm"U(
County ofMarlo..SUt. of Florida: of said < dice faithfully for the term of TWO YEARS and also !agrees to U ZR PIAtk C S6 : I Ib.a l
; THE ERROR IF, ANY; MUST. ISipm'tCKplB .8aU atM.L=: -
Personally appeared before me F. honestly JtnJ conscientiously do all things which pertain to the duties ( LY_ Baa )(teo__-. r / :.
[ REST IN THE LAW ITSELF. S. Steneman and E. C., Smith, who or said office. ipmopm Lr )I. "
;: All the things:which the editor of each being duly sworn deposes and 14pn D Dopoc,
'", the Miami Record denounces fn his says that they were respectively elected I IT ij| MUTUALLY GREED by the parties hereto that the perform- pt1002pm l 1 *spmpm Ormond.r.D.,._ .." kpm lOQua41Vua .

"i; recent articles he approved after they chairman and secretary of the foregoing .nee 'of tfrvice is the essential part ofthis: : contract 10 Ups 1 JP Port Onnr. .. 1 / Pita r

'_ were accomplished, in his, editorials mentioned convention and that ,. Signed: JAMES F. JAUDON 1016pmU tOopm __yew Snjfsftm -.... lips .;
11 and November U, the above nomin- I IdUBUBua ___ Lak.HeleaOraDft .. k
of named ?
r September persons were Candidate .'or Clerk. / & CSfJ 11 rpm tO i.I .
'.s 1>05, It.is very plain that the editor ated for, presidential electors In to- U40.M b fep" .Ot air.City.IUDetS... -- 11.5 a .-
;', of the Record attaching, 'me on cordance .with the rules of said con :- --- 16pm |3pTT TV.Ar. i. ew limn'; .. .. Ar 1 pm / 05.a ;
fa, he n DrL : Tijlx.and:; Skagg3 yesterdadressed r Call and hear the lliopm 1 opaI "__OakHIU_ Lr '! 1 l+as ,
r personal grounds. Now, way vention. "t ] grand opera artists 11 Mpra bpi _-._._.Tltarrlll._- ._ !05 m loo mS
. doing it? SImply' because I was to- F. B. STONEMAN I the arm of a man, who haiacclJentflly I In the Victor Talking )Machine. 11 item i Opm w r 4m K>pm
". strumental taking the county printIng -i E. C. SMITH Chairman. ... severed an artery. Anything from "My Old eaopm 11 Item S 5.noed. -' .. .. Ar 1 m U louasoota

: away from his paper. Why did Secretary. KentuckyHome" 11 51pm pm ..v. _.Tltun Ul*. -,1e- IWpm
I' do U? He u he tells rOUt elected Subserlbed'and sworn to before'me Come the dance tomorrow nigh t to grand opera. Open evenings. IliumUtum I lau> ,'\\

j me last time by the "magnificent mat this 22d day of September ,1900. In Roth fcullJlng.Consiiwlng Bush ft Safford Piano Co.KILLS. ]1o/am]lam 4 2pmspm s .. _.Eaa Melboume"G&1119.__" ii vpm 147tmtram

f Jortty" of two votes. Therefore I (Seal) T. D. Crawford 1 ttam4JOUB b Ops ..be....' .. 1132** UUtmU '!
:- should have voted to give his paper Justice of the Peace, 1st Diarist Mar that it was near.ele c- 1s.m 1 : St.Lars. : lOJtam cost
,:,' the county printing, and In return get lon County,'Florida. tine ... t OE.a < T P1VTCCM 101 UVpm '
tlmt'and political ,.omle plentlfnl / t lea S 7pm :- ->-"- i : <17lllUcm un 11 Kpa f
his support In this primary '' Filed In office of Secretary, State, the :own'was rather quiet Satur 115.5 iilpm.Epm .. Edee-r._ ", 111)pn .
; There are several reasons for tak- September 25, 1900. Jay and yesterday. and as a result /aa alas ,116pa .. .I8D atuatt 10 10'OO.a ohm Ii 1010pm Ceps .

i:;.' lag the county printing from the Rec- Voters of Dade county this Is the only abcm;a dozen arrests were mad t lip_ .... Bob IoImcl" 1 ulaa 102 pmIWpm -

,' ord.' I'wffl give one.' 'As'provlded kind and,calibre of. man that Is ask- from'8aarday morning to this morn; Jo t i byla.., the South Florida Record the !. Ing yon to defeat me for renomlna- ing.a nnmber of them being for fighting i!as spa .... -Bnj! : toipa -
edition of the Miami Evening lon In the coming primary and there- I 161.5 !K- .. Deln) S-laa- Wpm
weekly and jHsorders other than drunken 1 cam (40paS47pm ron 1a.d.rd.l. 19'.a r lpm117aa 4
Record was designated Dy.the:board by," satisfy..his personal enmity.' ie DelL!r y.were given attention,: Patent, Appfiedjfy! .... D..1. 7i19a5. lops

; of.commlstloners to publish the general Just one word as to myself.. I am Judge S Men In the Municipal Court: At all Druggists } CIa.te.a 10 S opm 8pm t.moo BalIaDd Qty... "" 1Uss t iO.a I t Nps 11psSteam
'laws passed'by the last Legisla a Democrat pure and simple: always this 10 Opm Vlaml tvi IIb.a t pm '

-. ture. Section 2. Chapter K199. of the have been and always will be. mOiDr. :1 MUS-QUIT-U. MPG CO 10 Mam & o5M..d MUml .U.v loopmUKpm "

Acts of no!, entitled ,-Publication of I sever knew, anyother politics,,but to-rent at Mtaml Jacksonville l Fla.
the: Acts of the Legislature [reads that of.Democracy. History does l' 12th street. JlathlI'ubOml m 1nSa811P4 1L BoflM """Beg can on trmiiu W tad 90L
; H follows: r.: not bear that evidence for Stoneman. f I Dilly atep&1oaD4q. .-
> .' L4orers .
Sec. I. The Acts shan be publish Can you trust him? Will yon' trust
" of ilm, and will you allow him, to be Negro Arrive mil NeJI KS.IT i..tiOOpl hltlr 16le Malt
ed certified Secretary
as by al
The List consignment of. negro labor irron MARCH.
State and the publisher of the. your dictator and guide. for work on the F. E. C. Railway 'Miami Meat r lwr INgr we-
I ''came to Dade'county ten'years
the Board of
designated by
paper $fife be
esteD.lo the keys to brought
County Commissioners shall receive ago and began farming Little Rlv- south sidle last fall, arrived this lop ; t 00 Lv.". 'sekearni._. Or 100. 1 loop lOOp /
M compensation for the said publication ere There I have nved ever since Market !8 *2p lisp Imp levesl "__J.vtbJ.ek.oertu.J,. SStk smJiinpUp n tip tti
morning $Dd left Immediately via M l 10 a.blo5..ek__" Site IIOU I top
the sum of $100.00. 'which and "every' dollar- have .made- has steamer for their destination. i 1116tea t/5p10 r.'hbbne 1. Site flip
amount shall be paid by the Comptroller been put In permanent Improvements [ They l HOB / a IulSA? >t. port T loo. _ara OO

on receipt of affidavit of said In Dade county", I Have been fairly were thirty-two in number' and UDder I 'T. A'. Peoster Prop.
successful to managing my own.aT-d the ;Stare of )(1'. C. Grove.-Other 1KB OCOBEKTU STEiiailf COSJttOlWlJ.IT EULTnta
publication the publisher i {
batches -et'thls labor win; follow at
D..papertbl which said sets jMve. fairs; 'and my record as.county;connmlssloner i i
beta published That the publisher i Is open to the public. Ifthat freguentiintervall, tie- object being Miami West Palm BeachFlorida oese c..L. Mess at Weed .. Steasai_ ef the K ft 0. t L Ceaptq lIP ,;
to aUlIzjJ them In the place of the
ot said has mailed one record shows I have worked forthe '
newspaper i white laborers who are now rapidly Havana and Key ,
copy of the Issue containing'raid laws, Interest development and Imrovement ":, _
Uie works. A thousand
leaving or we.sr
to each registered voter In said county of Dade county I ask your | '
: and the bill for said work duly ,npport.foc re-election. more map are now needed and thejr + Two.Sailing*, Each. 'IT :::
g win be secured south
"tJ 1" '-"RespectfuIJ".l and'brought as ....... .... NiTnta.,
approved by the Board ,of i JCoaatJC.pml..IODen ,.Ii' rapidly possible:6rtrrl at skips "
,T. A WDOTELD. U | 1 '
of the In
county' < whichpublication '- .."f frff'I" I and Western ,...ftI t t'aIIIII....the Bm is.wMi>traIu m yWralM ...... '
la made.1 Rltpui : -* 'i'1 Will Stifle :Another Play w .. __ 1IadoM..... ..., dr.rmnu eapedsii M/YeNg .... .
la due time a' bffl was presented I ANS HOLD WILL' Mr. W S. James, the well known| tila.,..,..........., I e.laytersayeeasqy r....l...= U ,;-

to: the county commissioners for approval w CELEBRATIONS actor Upstaging another play which Meats Pet Copy tl tbs a.oc.u..TUIB CARD" Otter :l

accompanied by a personal assurance Santa Cruz. CaL May 14 Republicans will be Sie best one presented here : of JrtT ;
from Mr. P. B. Stoneman. that this lei n.. The title of It Is "The .. ) .: :uJ.
- from an,parU. 'the Sate are
he had mailed a copy of these lawsto gathered here to attend: the GolJen Banker's-Daugbter". and It will be I D. RAHiER.Awt.OeoT.. .Pat*..ArU ST.. AUOUSTDtB iSA

every registered. voter In the coun Jubilee celebration in honor of the produced to the auditorium on the l!: Mail orders receive prompt ,, I

- ty. : On this assurance the commissioners fifteenth anniversary of'the first, national evening(of, May %2. This play bat I attention &
., approved the> bfltl: It, was Republican convention. a wide find'favorable reputation and 1 I

; very soon discovered that these laws This celebration Is to'' be held In Mr.,JanJes has made a ,careful selection 1317 1319 Avenue D

: tad not been mailed to each registered .honor of the State League of, Republican of Hhe 'cast, 'among them being Phone 28 Miami, Florida V j f..J. Yarborough T

, voter In the county and I. on several Club of California.', which some opMlamTs most popular ama

-. occasions urged Mr.' Stonemanto 'I opens In Santa Cruz Casino Hall today tears FThe\ scenes of'the play are 1
: tend them out., He:premised to laid In New York.City and Paris and :
win last
and two days.< There \
.', do so, but among'over'two hundred was a short bnffness meeting tffls as the Stale unfolds, it brings out a Contractor: and: ,;Bu ldeP'Bniider .
voters from Stuart to Perrlne. whom :
forenoon and In the afternoon the beantlMi love story, and In parts, .
,: I asked whether not they had received I .
or bounds-la comedy. Mr. James' experience
Union League Club of Stockton, will of the Palm Beach Hotel '
- a copy of these laws I FOUND present an oil portrait1 of General:' before the Miami public has i ::

BUT ONE MAN WHO SAYS HE: EV John C. Fremont the first Republican taught :||e kind of play to select to I
t, EK' GOT A COPY. Did you get. one. nominee for President This will belt plMse them and be says that a: House Moving a Specialty i
If not. F. B. Stonemea. editor of the
better Oi e'than "The Banker's Daughter
be followed with greetings; 'to theploDet'r ,
South Florida Record has obtained could not be chosen.
Republicans who voted Tor Miami. Florida
money from the State of Florida under .
Fremont In 1856. i
false pretenses. ,
Tomorrow there will be a reception I, For -1e-,
.,. Who Is this man Stoneman who to the veterans of,the .Mexican, Civil _
takes .upon himself to ten yon Democratic and Spanlsh-Amernan wars. This Rai foal Commissioner- --

; voters whom yon shall'Select will be followed by''exercises commemorating E. A. Robinson
-t to handle the county affairs ;About the services rendered to .

1 three years ago a subscription was the party by_ distinguished national
. taken up to start him In the newspsper and Spanish melnan wars.t This 1
J business In Miami. The men who ternoon there will be a meeting with N e Contracting Electncian :
know* .> ?
subscribed probably something
short '
.. speeches, general business, election
" about "bag holders" but- that Is neltl- of officers and election of delegates F M1.J 1019 Ave. D Miami 'Fl rida

': er here nor there. to the National League Conven .

':. What was Stoneman before he came tion.. In. the evening there will be .

: to ,Dade county! He... 'a'newspaper a' social reunion at the Sea Beach M1 I I !

;"; editor over In Orlando; also Hotel, in honor of the retiring and the a
,:. claimed to be a lawyer.He. newly elected officers. Wrp. Curry's onsKey i

t .was also somewhat of a politicIan The Biennial Convention of the National

si we find from the files of the Republican League: will be bell T. I. APPLI YARD
-i" Secretary of Slate;that at Ocala Marion in Philadelphia and on that occasion West. FloridaHEADOUARTERS

W" county Florida. September 22.1900 the fiftieth anniversary or lbc birth. t11 FOR
!; the Socialist Party held a convention of the First National Republican Con I See at you mark' your ticket

z to select Presidential electors'for the venison will be celebrated. like this: The rush is over and w-ule! roe a.- -
N. State.' of Florida. F. B. Stoneman i Ship Chandlery Building '
Far RaIlroad Commiuioscn. : the Tlm. Irop in and take a leak e
was elected CHAIRMAN of this convention H. D. Allison Markets .
f: and E. C. ''Smith, secretary. Baltimore May 8- Cubes $2 tomatoes 'vote T two. our One flue! of Woolens Don't for r* aterials Of All Kf ds.

The Socialist electors were selected fancy $:.50 to $3; potatoes $5; T J. APPLEYARD. get the place.
at this convention and their names beans $2 to $2.50. Advise X '
J' JOHN 8EWELL A BRO Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways, Machine 9hopmForttt ;
certified to In the office of the Secretary Thos. H. Evans Co., fel -

: of State; September 25, 1900. by Cincinnati. May tFIr.t car arrtv HeaJqnarttn for smart Tailor >c
f F.'B. Stoneman. chairman,'and E. C. ed. Best ripe selling for 250. Beam Prt All kinds o repairing Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done at tit

.;. Smith secretary: of the convention..', and cakes- $%.%5. Potatoes- $5.50.' "- t r. I US Twelfth street. BIscaynt! Blot Ihortst:1 'ice., in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechaaid

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the Quality and For H"'us'e' : :quality and '

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;Price that maker ,Eveything-'I' P goods that mi*,

our popular
our goods, popular. i, ,. "


: :c lit Furniture, Carpets,|Rugs,, Mattings, Kitchen Utensils ,- .

of very }description '


a.rk: Ti:: 3u.dg e I & II :12t] .,S'b'eeli.; ll 3ami, PLorl: : ,da. "

_. ,
,, "' .... !"Dr.GIllesple Enloe :left this morningfor'DesMolnes
"" '' -
OtrIc'PhOn,85 If H.M t ?'K--'IN"GI 'Phone 68 Ia; where he goes to :
Most ,. attend the General Assembly of the' "popr'Ie
Any A e. JttJ: u..J -" :
: :; ;:J Presbyterian Church, he being the

Undertaker and Embalmer .commissioner from the East Florida r -
Presbytery. Dr. Enloe win returnIn everyheeye far
L v r aoo AVENUE D fa '! about two weeks,, first stopping oft drink. All ether aka. I'i
a ,a k n.
\ ) at his old home In Nashville, to visit "Pep* but they ttlM nuke
8TREE11 '' .
i "1 ,, ,ji.i"1 r ,4" T.'j',1 f, '. ..! ", \?I.I ""RESlDENCB.. .,, "' :. "'119 7th:: 7'; "'''; ,1 S F t.Ita. the friends of his boy hood.
:f" \ ,
? \\if f
.. .. .. _. ,.
1 "If.J" t 0 V si. -' -- ;I i, Two furnllbed cottages for rent to. "Casealde"Ginger

i.. s apt to be 'ene on which" i November 1. J.' R. Tatnm A Co. l
y olt will have*to'purchase" oft il wfllll s BROSSIER will con.'ct yew rente

SSMl vSS Bi Fnrnishel.house cool Ale
i For.Rent ;
: I ,
AI .Mr.: ,W. L Peters of Little Hirer, UIn'towu'today'on ..
IW\ ? :
bnslnesLSummer giving'' their deserts[the Blue Ribbon
; Flavor., April sale IK of Blue Ribbon Some Street Rumors THAT PIPE
jeWEDDING Lemon and Vanilla (lie biggest yet A report was current this morningthat -are Via""exetwervsvkettlenof ; 'high gam.
rates at the Kutherford ,;. the entire city of Key West was In this |sevR.ry.Then and try one ef eur
Boarding House, %%3, Ninth street -- three feet under water, but if so, no are a lot of tinier* alee '
Martinez Cigar which
w* are
Hi11fak ;
v 'Mr. Hardle of Melbourne Information to that effect was receiv but none t* compare with ",

iI: GIFT Mr. W. F. Yarborough went np to spent Sunday with this nephew Mr. ed' here.. Another report also has "Cascade.* Its swreiyw get Ing for only! 8'tents, Donl_kwy '
West Palm Beach this morning. on A. .P. Gore; returning to his home* It that all of the' lowlands of Cuba 'Cascade and n* sttstrtats cigars buy the best such a* 'I **
badness.BROMIER. this morning. are under water, but this also could .J. w.t
4 I not be verified. 'The reports prob Mall order given cttentlosKJ ) for they eeet iii moss- thaw waist anterior .

I ,means.are IniisuMiiliSenator For Sale "Mule;' been used on ably originated from the predictions grades cost' elsewhere.I I i Try
farm, only $100; worth $150. Season]'of some freak phllospher who announced AcmeBottlingWorks
l of S cent after dOra/
over, can't afford pt> feed during dire 'calamities by water at.. one eur cigar .
F. M. Hudson was a passenger summer. fet this period in 'this portion of the land MIAMI. FLORIDA today and 'we are peelMv* yesj nW

e'n: 'be ready. for you Then to OJas on on this business.morning's train going- ----;-. of the living. ----- Sixth Street West ef thef( lee Pas iy become a STEADY CUSTOM! ..
Mr. and Mrs. S. B Bliss, who have : ,
-- : -
he 'day. comes, with the right been here since December/ will leave Come to the dance tomorrow night
at the RIGHT PRICES SEE MRS. 'MeALLiSTER-BECK tonight for AshvUle8.| C.. where they in Roth Building. NOTICEThe '
ABOUT REAL ESTATE.Mr. will spend a few weeks before going annual meeting Of stockholders -

north for. the. snmmi* ; Brassier wants to list your property: of the Anthony-Romfh win be .. .
.' W-H Marshall one of the held June I, 1906. at 10 i 'clock a. m.
leading citizens of Ft Lauderdale, Is Beautiful home foi ale on Biscayne There are many people wno can at the office' of the c
In town today'on business.8RO8SIER drive, south of cemetery, a good read human nature In the lines of the Twelfth street : for the 1 .
vestment "IDvestI#: nt," .Box 637 hand. They ten to their own satisfaction election of such other .
; ,aYINARD&SON mean. Safe InvestmentsMr. Miami. Fla.' g,| what kind of a person carries business as 1rlamJ.r: before the The CiarMar
the hand. -There are others who can meeting.
John MeRae, one of the most Mr. John C.Gramlijjg, who has been tell a man by the war he holds his. W. cera'',
JEWELERS and OPTICIAN popular salesmen on the East Coast at,Stetson University' ; the past term head. There are others who can tell : May 10, 1906. I Sec* OPPOSITE ,HOTEL_ BJSCATNB. ':
Is'in town today taking, or aers. studying law arrlvei\ here today and by the.penmanship what kind of a I
*& to Postofflc' Miami nor dars. his person he I.. and In each case there Is :
Is shaking With .many
For sale-Mercantfle' business' in friends.. f| much truth. To Parents: I School .will 'Soon ,be. ,Out!

good location: $503 in cash. Address Did-yon ever'stop to think that yon
P. O. Box %%MlamCFla., i' BROSSICR, means;| G McAllister-Beck -f- Study the ads In this and ,
E. ;P'(t..t. paper yon ,
Mr. W. M. Pope, one of the deputy will be surprised how true to life they
S f':' clerks of the clrcult'court, spent dilates Mr. George for county B. Bake catnmlssioned one of the from ran are.' This Is a better test of our theory Miami Copserva ory of Muc i ';
than thing else. Ton know
with relatives In West Palm
Real Estate yesterday the second district S est Palm Beach the merchants how .
I Beach. =Is in town today{feeing to It that far wrong we are.and yon can Judge Will hold a special Summer term May 1st te'August 1st, ta.VMta,

he gets a good ltar;here in the race There are the firms who have been In Piano, Kindergarten ind PrimerMusic.. Call or writ for Brtle>. e

[Rentals, Insurance Six lots with 250 feet riparian tomorrow. |.| business a long time and have a fair lars and terms. A tin opportunity for* the young ..fola, ,Prctle ,:

f ,right---'..... .Wilson- ..- A--Huddleston.- i *- a r -. business at a good profit They are Pianos supplied free. ;; REGISTER. EARLY
Beautiful upright ptano. inane condition satisfied to let things take their course \
FRANKLIN 1 Direct 229 Twelfth Street
oI.Of ca "a'chell' Bldg., Picture' frames-'made"to" OI' er.. ,The. ; original prtcer.iiOUU.Oni price Their ad tells that they can be foundat COLEMAN LUSH :
Racket StDre.: $195; $10 cash and;'S per" month. the same old place,and their good T--
e lush and Safford Piano Co., are the same as usual so there Is no
-No." '-2.- :3201-2.- 12th. "St., :Mr.'W.'e 1L,Combs, the efficient assistant -, 1 -- -- use to change the reading, hence their FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. ,
.'- : of Mr.,H..3!. King, undertaker. ", Mrs. L." IL JieadJ and' daughter, ad stands the same an the year, and

.Jett;this morning for West Palm Roberta, who have )lean at the March year after. year.
Beach.on, business. Villa since November last, left Saturday There are other firms who make Tallahassee" FU. March I. ISO*.
D.MOFFATSJaifflunth night for Charleston, W. Va, sensational runs' of prices below the My Dear Sir: : I
the First' II.E. Mrs. Meade caned on ac cost price and when yon rend It you
where Jras Rallroa.fCommluioner
I will be for re-election'AS *
look at once for the hook for yon. know a ; tajth
Church tonight. count of IllneuIn, titr, family.r >: -
; It Is a halt because no man can sell Democratic Primary to held May 11. ?
goods below'cost nnleube. makes ft Out of FIVE can dates offering for Railroad Commislsoner In the ,
GROVES. COTTAGES-, ETC. MBS. ." Library of 1,000 copies of fine sheet up some other way. spring of 190%. I was the only one that Issued a PLATFORM auCMmdIIC
) MCALLISTER-BECK.- : ; *I'- r d I music: lOc "copy..* No'- matter There U the firm with the oaieh the policy for which I stood, and would work for if elected. The result of

n w4--- what marked price.Jij,Bush A Safford sentence ,"We'; want i your- money." the Democratic Primary! of July 15th, 1102, was'my election by an overwhelming *.,,
PbotographerBrandow.went up to Piano Co. That was a fool thing to advertise ana majority. This I took not aa a tribute to myself but as evidence '
Ft Lauderdale this morning to take ... .. recently the way it wan run showed the firm that the people of Florida approved my platform and meaning what I them ,,'
MdidMq IOme*plctuJ1t."of the dredge "Ever- 'Mrs,T- .;J'euter-"IIO acquired was*-Dew lathe advertising field. It said, and knowing that the people endorsed my coarse. I have strive froea .
thing new. gladea/. 'the Miami'Meat'Market'and was- run nntn \everybody was tired that day to this to carryout: my PLATFORM PLEDGES. I. ,
who has been hereof or the past few and the papers did not want to printIt In 1902 I 'pledged myself to use every honest effort In my
bang making the ,David.Brown:Candled,,Popcorn. days left, last nlgkt lor his homeIn any longer.* Then that firm made bring about reductions j'in FREIGHT and PASSENGER rates fE ,
4 West Palm jBeachi where be" ,K owns a change of front and advertised that GREAT TRUNK LINES JAND STSTEMt10PERATING In oar '?
and'Deafest' <8n- ....... with [250.,feet riparian another bualne--1i" they would fin any order made to the at the same time that recognise that some of the smaller all- :
rights. Wilson Huddteeton.Capt .. .' 1 f'i-' '', -.Jf t' catalongue house for I cents lea than roads were not able to |stand such,redactions. 1 also promised, so tar aa <
:roans in the city.)'; ,ri.Gautler *iI-d be-open'ftIitJa. It,could:be\delivered' from Chicago lay in my power,' to prevent any violation of the law. or the granting of r*T
If ;T. Reynold 'formerly1'of summer at snmttsr:rats' .:, Airy Everybody said It could not be done special privileges, and preferential freight rates to Individual or localities. ft
Miami,came down this morning from rooma and .fine culsjae, ""I- but the firm mad good their promise at the expense of others. The fight which I made In Florid for lower 5
AN IDEAL PLACE ........... "- L .. and that is always the test of value of "
hla tome In West Palm Beach,.an" -"" -" PASSENGER FARES is?so well known Out It Is needless for me to d-veU r
'LADItS will the ply here. 1 Mr:'snd,Mrs. A. l J Kron will leave advertising. Their ad* nave been of upon It in this letter.. ..'aaaeqer.ratea have been reduced on all the trstnh S
\.., FOR *spend V MQ "U r tonight'' for I their summer, home In the kind that It takes very little effort line. roads In the State Accept on one. the L. A N. .1 I 1d* ;
o\. "'"" '; f''Email? ESTATE.MRS.>UeALUSTKRBBCK.1" Pine,Island-Mina,[+:!They have been for,the mind of the observant Intelligent On the first day of ber,1902. the day I took the oath of office to in ..

on'! ste.wIW,a saloon : ;". : \fcq,1*'.". ....*'|yj ... here since the early[falL_Their1 home reader and buyer and,to see that In out the nnezpired term of Mr. Day, I participated in a hearing at which the .
to:Jat leading
,. ., here will be,occupied, during the sum they., are .np ., Atlantic Coast Line an| the Seaboard Air Line railroads were .summpaed ;
f :-Dont' forge;/'the'big monthly'pi; mer .by:)(r1:, Carrie; Schaffer. Mr. their llne.U1AMI'"HARDWARE'COMPANY. to show cause why th fruit and vegetable rates from points along their I
!etJ ."' $1I t&Ikfngmaehine.tbat'.Lgo1ni' and Mrs Kron are'|among the early .I "W want your money lines should not be reduced. This matter,wan settled by arbitration bet :'

i ....ht st.Yattln9.SbooUng Gallery rtu.. settlers*of Miami and owns considerable the Railroad Commlul4n and the railroads, and .the, reduced., rates_ r rere.
highest score made this month. .real estate hart: K i"" made effective November' 1, 1M%. y ? j ft
fats saved dor There Is also a box of one cigars given H ",, fn"each ':G:, ;AW. VINCENT: The result has beeijj the saving of hundreds of thousands of dollars to I(;
leg ell ...... r for this week's highest jeore. Take, Active man'wantii: county the producers and shippers of this State. r T On the 4th day of December iNZ J
teL l IL.# :c1 iI!!) a'ahoCtrit'wfllldo; : l yon. good to exhibit demonstrate, and adTertiaeatap1e 'Surgeon the Commission prepared and sent to the A. C. L, the 8. A. L....4 tM:1
.' D 13th- .line; :salary-;j$1! $ weekly. ,SS PhgsidanLaal L. A: N. railroad companies a reduced tariff on merchandise or class rates. "
1 door east of Avenue oa per.day.for expense .No capital. ant they were each summoned to hearing,,which was set for January .
Front B1 Jc1iaI'. MaJm'Fla.Times THE RAjKr( ,STOREls quired. r,Honesty; and sobriety nor Female Diseases a Specialty 6,1903. and the matter !jfcras' finally disposed by order O=the Commission.,

essential:than.experience.*' National 1 Residence 214, 14th St. and the reduced rates Were made effective July,!, 1903. aa applying to the
Company 720 Chestnut street, Phil 4 6, 8/Hatchett Bldjr.' A:, C. L. and the S. Al L. The L. A N. was required to rearrange Its
.. Office: room ;
THE I: PI Iff- adelphia.5i""Sc -IS t* i classification to conform to the Florida classification but upon the showing
made by that road the LCommlssIoa could lower k
not its freight rates; but
t rw' JI
Union / : i:.l later an order was Issued, to It to reduce its. passenger rates front 4 to I.
: : .
: I .- .., cents permile, on all It* lines in Florida. The day before this order was
; .,,1. t. to go Into effect, an Injunction was obtained against the Comml; __
Mosquito (Canopies' I I. ;{( Phosphate rates were reduced on the A. C. L.'and 8. A.- L.,; bat were
; ."' '. not obeyed Class rata were made for the West Shore R. R. (whKh is
A J.' I operated by the S. A. :L. R'y) and were not obeyed. In both the above
Daily and' 'cI: 'fOR cases the Commission brought mandamus proceedings In the Supreme
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IJOtol.75Mosquito : .
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.. \ writs of mandamus werd Issued by that court commanding obedience:
.... : : : Commission's orders, whereupon! the roads appealed to the TJnlteJ 9E
',SundaySeven -' F2 Supreme Court, and thefcases! were argued last week. March X. |

,--!' "',t" -,__ .! The classification was changed by placing stoves hollow ware agrteal-
1, / '.\. turn Implements, etc. In a lower class. Flour In SACKS was also>> changed
time from[ higher to lower c all, but after some months three of the largest
t Mosquito !Is here and
.. --t you roads secured Injunction* to prevent the further operation of these rates!
r, ;
Class "P" rates were reduced last spring. Among other thlngsiclas*
want ood FULL BAR:
g We 6'rcery8argainsI V carries lumber, brick fruit and vegetable crates, fruit berry and vow a
etable baskets, etc. Tfie A. C. L., 8. A. L., G. 8. A F. sad the i. A
sell the ;best cheaper. ,Also N., obtained injunctions agalost the Commission In this matter. AH of these

Injunctions have been granted by the U. S. District Court for the Northern .
Week netting by the yard, 10 cents. District of Florida, and':}are still pending In one form or another, but our
a : counsel are confident that the Commission's rates will ultimately be au.

I WATCH: THIS SPACE talned.In the meantime, bwenr, the rates which have been declared: Omit i

and unreasonable, will ;Jtave) to be paid by the people. Various changes
F have been made In sing e classes, and on commodities. Depots'have been

," ordered repaired, enlarged! ( or built, agencies established, and connec tons
made between roads. I lean not go Into all the details of the work oi the
SMITHSUOORSTOltt _-WE Commission for the pas three and a half years, but tIm above are the most
""D SELL T CtEAPER- important. I pledge lAyself again to the policy which I announced four
Grocery Company years ago. i

I W. H.:Chaile &. Son Magnolia I trust my course hs met with your commendation. If 10, r earnestly

;tfrenve D and 4th Street. solicit your active sap ,rt in behalf of my re-election, promising on my part t,
::1'elephoni..fOr1ler to faithfully and Impart ally discharge the duties devolving upon me.
1211 Avenue D, Miami. Fla.t I
Very sincerely R. HUDSON BURR
and 10 Cent Annex at ISIS AT*. D.



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THOS. W. MATHERoX fK' .Foe:r x Collector.Ll 0..fI' 1
MIAMI I. FLORID.1Meelunical. :hereby announce myself as a can-o t l ;\ \'
and Hydrsvne EngineerWlBdmffls. Pioiitii'TTfl: ,! dilate- for the office of tax collector : ,
steel towers tanLs.-gas off ade count? subject to the action
ado pvmplng englaes. gslTanlxedaa4 of i the Democratic primary. flBurdineii
black pipe at wholesale Spedal Announcements tke.a. J. Hardee. .iW
t machinery designed and bunt Agent :

; get Kagte Acetylene Gu Gearrators. ', :f.J |r ,'.COUNTY- COMMISSIONER: ,

Ai>OMCmenu under thU bcadlaf To(the Voters of,Dad. County:
will be Inserted until after tII. Democratic i.hereby announce myself as a caa-
r Miami\ Skating .for 110.00 PrtmanM.; Weekly. lb.Mctnraoll Daily M .tropoU f&OO; Udjte<< for nomination to tie office ell .
or la both the Dally and Wwkly Me- county; commissioner In District No. t, .
trovolU lor f 10.00.Positively. 1 atchable
subject: to the action of the Democratlelprtmarr. -

.Election lobe held May ,
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!! r Rink caMo.. .BUCM.accompulad- ._ -ky, 'tile IK*. W0 ." V GeaB.;. Baker.J : > <. .;. I ,< ,

FOR ... -

I Open S to 10 a. m. for beglnereOpen District Ne. 41'h. .
I.' S te S p. .... For'Representative iTo ( friends of A. Lee AQea desire B'aJrgaiiis. ;
Opes7t.11p.m. the People of.Dade County: to?plaoe its name b.for.'tks voters 1'
Tueeosy afterneen ,...rved for letflee. At the request of Mends tad with 6t Dade County for the office of Cow :
1 Saturday forenoon .....",ed children a desire to serve you fa the state Legislature Commissioner subject to the action .
II COMPITENT"INaTRUCTO"1 I aaaounce myselt a eaadV of"tie Democratic primary et__
t : late for this office subject to tat Demo to te; neld May 11, UOt.
:' Admission 10 come Skating ZS cents ocrmtic primary to be hell la May.I WeekBe'gin4iugMoodayfjay'
ath St. west of Ice Fectoyy. UpetalreWE respectfully solicit the rapport ex '.FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER \\ : % 14 !

f"" ". tie people or Dad county and II District Ne. 4
.CAN HELP YOU TO MAKE elected. I will faithfully sad Impartially YOUR HOME dlsciarfs the Juties of tie office. bill as a candidate for County Commissioner :
ATTRACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE and via do all In my power for your la District-No. 4. subject
a: Aa we can furntoh you with useful best Interest and welfare.' I trust to ',the action of the Democratic Primary I I :j

and ornamental erticlee for every hare the pleasure of meetlac the rot- I
ers at an early,date and discuss all
room : yards val and torchon laces worth
,\ Floewr Pots, Jardiniere, door public Questions and deflae tony ay i OR COUNTY COMMISSIONERp
'. position la reference DerMaI p District to I cents. Your .
mats, lamps
'ruga ; ,
and perch"
fact that public ifriends of William Helm announce frm61 ll-2 choice..5
recognise the a C
draw mats. Dent fall to oeo our office U a, public trutU4 shouldyou tijl]| candidacy for county fcmiBlsslflti'trfrom . . '

sanitary.ware,cooking mixing bowls wan and Rocking'ham napkins honor, me with TOW vote. I win the Second district subject to the A line of! Scotch figured. lawns, colors war- i
confidence sad .SCA
appreciate action of the primaries.
highly will be loyal to,your your Interest 1)Ir. Helm Is a ncceasfnl business ranted. Per ,ord . . . .. . ..

La' Johnson & Tompkins Res, petiaWa Aim .enthusiastic drU engineer for good and road well, aflrttclAss line of Almerla batiste beautiful patterns 7 1 cI

equipped to fill the omen worth 10c, no . : .

lOc Far Repreeentetlve Ladles gauze vests taped neck and sleeve. sold
,5 and I hereby announce my candidacy .FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I ,
everywhere at to 12 1-2 ents.ThIs sale '
: for the petition of RepressntatiTirom3Dade First. District. I 25

Gouty.'. .TO you I sn> vI! respectfully,announce myself at i 4 for. . . . . . . . c
::Yrriety Store met the question of my quallleatlOU "canudat. for ,the .office of county Ladies'
better worth
to represeat'you fa thatcapacity. If flommlssloner for.the First District, gauze, vests grade 25
nominated at the Democratic primary subject to the action of the Democrat- 15 cents. now for. . . . . C '1
No. 10)7. Avenue D, Miami" Pla. and elected at the general election. let primary of May 15. 1
dull devote my best efforU to your Harry DuBots.f Calico and laJrt wrappers worth one dollar 9'5'c .

errlce and the welfare and 1I -1I11114- ( Jupiter. }UPFOR and fifty cents now. .: . . II .
:rag of Dade county shall recelre my ,

"Wire for Met -tamest+ consideration.Bespectfully.. .' COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond District Al large variety of remnants end soiled goods

J.. W.' Watson To.the Democratic ,Voten of Dade on COUNTER ,at gout own price. .

f. and I'll'' Wire Jot, You Far Clerk of'the Circuit Court County: I .
Bettering that my services for the I hereby announce myself as a candidate Shirt Waists '
..&st fire years as Chief Deputy la the tor the office'of County CosnIhlssloner'
Phone 176 office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court : from the Second District We wish to I your attention to a more,beautiful
qualifies me for the position I here 'of Dade county;" subject to the win
line of shirt Waists with short sleeves just received.
: I1.'BROWNLtCTRICAL with respectfully announce my candl- ?f the Democratic votes as. expressed
c. lacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court, at'the coming primaries. The are truly exquisite. YOU WANT TO SEE

subject to the approval oT, the Demo-I .fj| Paul C. Jones. THEM: BiFORE THEY ARE PICKED OVER. '
CONTRACTOR rratic primary. I West Palm Beach. Xla.

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1113 Artaoe C: I FOR' COUNTY COMMISSIONERFifth : White Silk GlovesThe
Per County Clerk District
ro the Democrats of Dade County: I hereby announce my candidacy'tot long delayed, much called for long white silk

I taU this method of auoacIq fnomrastl to the office of Couiity gloves now received. They are In elbow and full
my candidacy for the office of County Commissioner: subject to the action
I 'BISCAYNEDRUG Clerk, subject-to the'action of the of the Democratic primary and so- arm length. Only a small stock and HARD to get

I 1 Democratic>primary ana' will appreciate tacit the rapport. of my Democratic .
any L: support that my- frlendi friends ,
can glee me. Respectfully., 'J:. G. Tweed ll.
Z. ,T.,Merrttt j : I..

COMPANY Per County Cleric. District W I x
WltJiIuJl'appncl&t1onof the bleb 'i I hereby announce'myself as a candidate
},; ionora? asked for and promising fsta- for the office of county commlslloner Money TO Loan Martfs. Qystetand Cjfiqp.HoaseSea
fat performance of duties If elected, I from the First District of Dade

lave the honor to announce myself a county subject to the decision of the Food Our SpecialtyOysters
candidate for the office ot Clerk ot the coming Democratic primaries. I ;
circuit Court of Dade County sad ask 1 'Chas, W. McPherson.,
"' | by plate, quart or ffaHon.
; for your Tote la the primary of May J Stuart, Fla. '
MedicineIn 16th.- J.' Jaudca. On Short or Long lime Ideals served at all hours :41o'l2tb>|Street, Miami Florida

For County,Treasurer ; j\, Dletrtct No. S t
medicine; be.careful To' tie.Voters ot Dade County: To the Voters ot Dade'County: Easy Payments Investigate Beforeilnyesitin

in what you buy ,and. Haying been''Identified.with.'J Dada -j I 11 hereby announce myself aa a candidate }
county since ISM; iaTlng'done the for renomlnatioB to the office
where you.buyItIt\ Is very beat I knew how aa an ladMd- of County Commissioner 1ft District I
sal OIUU*' to make It,a prospr-ooa No. ..' Abject: to the action ot the Dade,.(Go. Security (Go.Burkfiart Wind Power .4
not only Important that county hiring lived at' botu.b Democratic primary, election to beheld "
the best values -, of the county' and fearing,, flDed 'a May,lit!!. .1>0& flu been adopted' by the best people oft tie country aa tie t,.4
you get public office'so that the people auj J T. A. Wtaflsl&P0 cheapest power for raising water. Note people Who hare I
but also that you mow.:whether I do so consdentiously. i : them, they could hare steam, gas and hot sir,too If they waat lj
I now offer myself aa a ctudldste<< COMMISSIONER eel it I handle the best mill made ud matte a specialty ot thIs.-
get goods that give you for the.office 'of County Treasurer : .District Ne. S LOCK AND' GUNSMITH business and with' 1111 pump mechanism that I haTe jut been

satisfactory results;we, subject to the Democratic primary- To 'the Democratic Voters a* Dade granted patent oa. I will guarantee to double the apaat' "n
I need trery rote that I can get ago Ceunty Expert RepairingArenue value and fife of any wind null outfit. An iufrinftmenta will
have; a reputation for trust that my friends.whether la t&4 : *' be '
I J taU Wi method o announcing C between I2th and 13th St.dldate'tor prosecuted. I' ,
furnishing 'satisfactoryand city or'"country will not forget me} my candidacy for the office of county .
oa the day of the primary'In retard I. ,
commissioner from District No. S, sub
the"dce of Constable ta
Reliable Goods.: for which I pl Jll1M. It .letxed'td jest to the action of.the Democratic PERRY
C H. ; Grove Florida
Tenth District of Dale eovatr. subJect .Cocoanut
perform the duties of the office win; primary. On account of being engaged 'r : ,
to the Democratic primary
aa much courtesy accuracy '- 4 "mm J ZZZml }
In vegetable growing It will be Impossible m m a
ask the of an t.rta.4I.BaIpectf1aJ1J'
ti support my
romptneas, u .I'gin to my prmJAb. '
.... ... Gee. Q. Currte. '"' :for me to make a pereosalcanvass I
e .: .
of.the county my 'crop demanding W. 3. WUsoa. See
:. FINE CANDIESAND 'f JD7'attRUora Just at this Dr.BurnharriSpecialist
For "County CJertt time"_-Thla being the cats I earnestly FOR CONSTAitt
CIGARS, tats this method.of'anaonraag urge aH,my.friends to do what they Tenth District .
myself as a candidate for the office can 1Ja my'b alf.11.)\ L,,WaI1. bb
,_ I hereby announce myself aa a caaJldate
of Clerk of Court for Dade County 4. -
Abject to the action of the Democrat: FOR COUNTY. SOMMISSIONERMr. for the office of ooastable ta to Tlie& Miami l Sargeon and
of Date .
primary. r. W. BAa.Fee '.- '- .., the. Teat Justice District ,
6th Dletrict\ *
county subject to the Democratic primary

', Tel. 3. Cor. 12 St Ave. D Cleric ef the; Circuit J Kirk Muaroe f Cocoanut_ Grove ;I and,ask tie support of an ay If a axe a sufferer''. icm'any. Chronic Diseaie, Ulcers, Tumors, Can-
baring been unanimously tII"'ate4for Mends BespecttaUy ,
'or Blood Disease, Catarrhal Head
To the Democratic Voters of i cera any Throat -
'' county commissioner .by a mass Job F. DeBerry.
l' : ,County: _' tbS meeting-of clt1ae.... ;we hereby announce Lunf, Stomach orJBowels 3--: Rectal
I to 1
herebypresent name
m candidacy subject touts ,FOR CONSTABLE : Diseases, Female
: We are Now Ready to furnish voters In tie coming Democratic prV .
action Democratic Tenth District
or the primary. Mr. I" '
: Tribune Snett mary circuit as court candidate for Dade for sount clerk?. of, tie JgBaring Unnroe' has been a resident of Dade ,..I hereby announce' myself' constable as a candidate ot All Latest Electrical Aids. Borneo )'atMc Medicines, i
omce oi
resided nets tor twesty4iv.1vestal county for more:than twenty years. for' the
"! which time he has shows the Tenth Justice District or Dade for
during aa
d stock nediea
larlte Inquiry and larestlga a large ofYSpeciallyfptepued re Special work
unflagging seal la the cause of good count subject to the win of the Democratic -
: 'and other Jon of those who not know I :
do. me per
ctfr!: roads and has steadfastly promoted TOters, at the coming primary Ladles Mad In Atteadaice4

makes of Bicycles i:past lien and my word my Stases u an ana dffldal competency la nail county. .Therefore. ask for him FOR'-MEMBER COUNTY Detain in'Metropolis' ? 'Building. From a. nL to 4 p.: m. .'excepted

: .tor tie office to which I spire fej 1 I the hearty support of all good citizens BOARD OF EDUCATIONTo Y
. fair courteous at.. the coming primary. ij I
U elected I promise and
the People of Dade Ccmsy; :
I (Signed) W. J. Shone
',' treatment to every citizen at tie 1 Urgent request for use of my name _.
B. S.
a >hands office.of every. person.connected with fej :: OecvElcaardson.ftnrnmlttea.' at the coming Democratic Primary

:j ae Soliciting the support of every roterrto .,' *\. as county candidate board for of membership public Instruction ta the, Chase & CO Chase&HarneyFire
considers me competent and csp-
FOR TAX ASSESSOR ands me not wen equipped either as I
able, I am respectfully. mEugene
eeeker. But It II
H. Dlmtek. To the i Democratic. Voters.'of Dade partisan or as offlc I II'
County true that I haTe had some experience : SUCCESSORS TO
AI West Palm Beach Fla. H :
I will be a candidate for re-aomlna- as an-educator' : and If. as suci. the '
service ta the modest
For County Treasurer | Uon at the coming Democratic people my _
primary I' -
The bicycles and other but Important office Indicated I know '
To the Voters of Dade County: I' for the office of Tax Assessor and respectfully I FRUIT AND
of sufficient reason for refuatnjtils
goods are the best standard I hereby announce myself as a solicit your support no AcTo identnado and
serrice. I do not feel the lure I I VEGETABLEPACKERS
the market dldate for reaomlnatlon to the offie Geo. O. Butler.
on Y
of office, and I caa not contend for I I f f
of County Treasurer subject to }ie
Hartford action of tie Democratic Primaryelection FOR CONSTABLE office; but I stand ready to respond
and other Tires. reasonable request to sereThe
o any
held Tenth
to be Msy'16th,110'C. DUtrlctI Cash Dealers in
Coaster Brakes, fitted'to" old H., Raalersoa,! take this method t announcing rest Is.up to you.W. W. Farts.
K1amJ, J1& i myself a candidate for the office of Crate Insurance
wheels. All work guaranteed I constable for the :Tenth district subject Miami Pin. April U.
For Tax Collector to the action of the Democratic
Best wheels for
new, rent the"Voters of Dade L FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD Material
County: Primary. election to be held May
231 12th Street Blue Front I hereby announce myself as a Uth. MM The friends of J. R. Anthony, Sr, FI ELITr BONDS
at didate ,for'renomlnttion'to the office SAMUEL ROUNDTRKK.: hereby present his name as a candidate -
of County'Tax Col cto!'. subject g-to for member or tie Board ot Public tad Wmhoiise, I
Carroll & 'Clark the action of the C mocratie Primary FOR CONSTABLE Instruction from the second district East End ILml >Blur Dock. OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI.AGa.i
to be heLl May. H. lto. gK. -Tenth District of Dade county subject to tie J
xr i ,e' It Oaatlar, I hereby announce myself as a can- action of the Democratic primaries.

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Suggestions ;-. cado t JapansAnother 7inest' .GoodsBeautiful '

i New Thing

It is for your benefit that we want to impress upon your mind the; advantages -

due you in supplying your needs' in all kinds of Dry Goods, Millinery, -I ; .-/

Clothing,'oats, Shoes, Notions, etc:: Our entire sfcck is NEW|FRESH Hand'MadeI #

and UP-'. q-DATEo' This is, clearly l demonstrated: ,in every .department ,, \ '1, .', I fiF t 2

Compare:our prices, ,;styles, quality, Eta :with others. and ,prove, tp!yourself.

beyond**a- doubt' ,that+:you t -can-,save;money from f 2Lto( 50 per" cent on ation'and almost g l(:wear fro4Pf! a grn ;{

article "ma need.u Oar,goods; :
any ...;,:*YOU. ,*,_: ... r j .__ S.__3i:ri. :fa -i JB.ki *"

produces: a spirit of emulation. We are glad to say.that. we hr ve go SHOPWORN

GOODS to offer you at TEMPTING PRICES ass oftel dons by3:\ ,,-* ,1 J 1 Wise e t Shoppers wll: Select at once .. -

others,.the.result of which you soon realize that you have beerj'TLIMFLAMED"like -

the who originated old saying ,
.., ,man y f',...j '" All the neckwear'you,have. seen will appear coarse and impossible when you
x i f It with these bits of made the Mlcado factories
... l compare "exquisite finery! by. In Ja-
; His Molloy ( ? pan. Th y're-no more expensive, ,than machine-made!\ .neckwearv by
99A'' 'EooUind (.;' SoonParS'I: id", most stores:'We could easily sell this neckwear much higher prices but we're
.If- you want BARGAINS-yba" can-always find them at our'plice 4 -where"k liglad to give our patrons the'chance'to buy It 'at very low'prices. The neckwear'
is beautified by real hand-embroidery and wn-work, representing hours of tedious .
VALUE is a FACTOR worthy of much thought, and these conditions shouldbe work. It Is appropriate for use with any shirt waist and Indeed It adds a J

a serious'consideration with every buyer. striking charm to a waist. You need nevebe afraid to wash Japanese dra>> n

convince f' (: work or embroidery. R : : It washeje perfectly. :rT : :' Now on saleHan&DrawifPIdndkerchiefs
Call at our,store and yourself; I # : .
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From fa te n
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327 twelfth. Street ft_, M'i mr"H: 1 I(1 Another" line of Mikado goods that Is;boun to,;Interest you=hand-drawn hand- ,

,' ,: r l : : kerchiefs. If you admire drawn-work from other nations you will'oe better able .
J 'to" appreciate' these hankerchlefs from Ja an. which are far more elaborate and t

finer than drawn-work from any other land : : :: : : Prices very moderate'

r Miami Business Directory) 4fK" ;. c' i

: : o Mortgage:J;AJ Wd L. M/Robbhu'
to Dade County Security Co.; for f 150flv
l' t -:. 'acrei.In'secUbo'( J, tp. (4,.soatla. Bat-
'Th. Out of Town Buyer. and thoi. within the city will find In the range' 41 east.Warranty || ii1e&Qrl'tCl'tnan 4
llrt below the addressee of.Miami.Merchant und.r deed L..JV.,Griffin.et nx ,
classified heads for ready..'--r.nce.""""*'"rTi...." "" to Willie MathuUor. $10, three-Wh
of an acre.U sectifih 31. tp. 47. south.
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'. 9 ** **'** f' 'I W* rang 43eutSatlsfacUon p "
E: :'- BRADY.ACO.rrnUaaad. i/IB/tjeilBVSN. \ t v. 'oT gmortzage, Ewan I It
VscetableetHk Dealer,la Drugs Patio$ JIIII1- Peacock to Mary.f"D. Montaomeryv, r-
Mortgage deed, ;aJary D. Montgomery
---: Btroot.'Oor. Art-a- Miami IU.raaey ota o,.ToOot* .:Arttclea,yBtatlaaen ,and anioand |tci:i John T. Peacock
ISO? ATOM Do.JIJaIIII.. .'PLMRS. Tor S500. seven-teths of an' acre In
Orooers Bay, data, section 21. tp. 84, $Otrth. range 41 east
aad;,Kapsa* ,rsrtdssrJ. : E. C. BECK. ,' C Warranty deed'J H. Tatum to L. To Our Customers
I',, Baal: date: 8. Welch for $100t'Jot 1, Tatnm'a rabdlrlalon -
L t 'of section 11, $3,
1..I-4"i1t tp.
.:E. ,LUtlMUB, tolta J. Co' sad t ,
south range 41 east r
Dealer 'h Oroeerlea, Orata. ( UlI.J Tws fth 1tnIt.. JDud.1'i& __ Bill of tale A.JB.. Doane to T. A. 1f
J'IIUII8 Feaster for U,4Gqmeat; market boaIneaa. .

_EU. -is- ': 1'.._... Into.. t 11 1tw m.t&Ia aid ntBn, HoodtO. .flxtnrea aiconnta, etc .. and other Friends ; .

"T. -,_ -- .p.1-s. Tarottth ItnI& v1. R CONTRACTOR. >
RROc&RY CO.: tl. I' f "
A. ... 'CAMPAU Healed proP l& *; win be reeelredty
Dealer ta OroMrtM BIT awl'- Dealer b iiii" Gads; 0-' "Oe"nnderatgaea-nnUT"tvelre We take pleasure In calling your the following statement,
Qno o'clock noon (12 im), Tueada,. May showing condition of the Bank at close. attef'to May tin. aa reported to i
1.. 0tatI"P 1 : U Ii the State Comptroller.You "
ft, IXMb for ether>erection and conpleUoa ? '
Am D_aad4th ft. lQarat, 71& 911vk41hd' >f1! ef-aitwa fiory and basement will note continued Increase and b.......' 'Our....
...... ... te1B1oet fBoOdlng.'*. known .;; r posits are nearly a quarter of a million doD..... Our cash on hand and la -
s r. M' aa the'Welt Palta Beach High and r, banks la over one hundred thousand dollars,, or nearly BO per cent. of curdeposits'when ;
KNOCK OUT Graded School Bunding at West V -' the law require only 20 per cent. We have a respectable :
'argument acslut-poor work. t'llf any Palm Beach, Florida In' accordance __ __ wrplub-nobulb"payable-or. notn.redlscunts&t the statement. i
'$ lot kind la Oat you're paytec for with! plans aad[ *J(11OJDetbQ' dent get. We dont by Bran Everett A Has archttecta. We extend our thanks to our.frlcadeffor their liberal patronage and
f' blame people for 8QUX1UNO oa 706-708 Esgllab"Atnerlaa"- Building rpledge .ursstveo to merit their,,confidence )n the future aa la. the past.' li i
% *1 PLENTY: plnmtluj thafa doaa. ,Atlanta Qa. fe}. ; ., ::-J V I'(. ... ("1:1' UP f,' ftlaplCU.IIy- .
.ItLuMaING'THA-r1 GOOD 'A certified ehect]for On.Thousand WM. M. BROWN. PrssldontMR. !
r If coati money'and you sjet alai To- Dollars (11.000) rust accompany each .. McCORMICK. VIc. 'resldsnt. '. 1 ;
>-recelTed.Bad plumblas costs moasjtand bid aa a guarantee:that tte contractor O tl.. JAS. H.OILMAN Cashier. .

4'D t our you plmablatana'yot71 get wbattg.tehnted.Get tot. win enter oTaald Into bunding.Copies contract. ....for the erection : d t 1 i F FI FReport

I ; w.wK ." ':-Tour money's,.word. and..: save.worry. .; 'be obtained of plans tom;and the ipect5cationian undersigned i, ( or.the Condition of the :-i.. r rx.

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s H.P.' BCRU4MB. A CO.1 $10 ,win be required to I bison BANK OF BISCAYNE .
prompt and ut.|tfetura of;the plans ( .lof. BAr
fear I { itl Awiiw_D' __. and specifications.!''':' *' ?
The usual rights reserved.p : As ported to State Co ptrofl r, M, pOtmiOOO {
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l' -".;;:!I" '"<.i"" ,.} .t' : Chairman Board tof School'Trustees, -. '

BRfJTHERSMachineShQii West Palm Bef, k.,TIa.1erEifl .: .; and Discounts .. .. .. .,. RESOURCESLoana .. .. .. .....$145410 U
'slIl: : >;Y ; '" County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... I.nl11 t j jyr
\' # f United states Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 00 ., ] '
i* r'rJ )J Kolb City of Miami Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..'.. .... ... .. .. -''''''''' 00 ;'",. .; : ,
.. .Real Estate Owned ,., .. .. .o' .. .. .. .. .. ..... ... .. .. .. njon ti k : 1
: Furniture and Fixture :: .: :. .: .>. .. .. ..' .. ::: .. .. MIS ss ,1." :?'; f j'
7'J I .. t1'.... Expense Account. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... .... 1.ZIf.1a1. ,. : !
'I J h/L'f in:::1 er!, a A J f:.h RAARAIINI"" "' '_ i 1'S
"'''''' '' I- "- 1.* CASH,RESOURCES + )
., ,. Gasolene In Empire Trust Co.... .. .- .. .. ... ..t33.NIJ2 ....,.j.l.> r4 I
Ag taior the New .Era Gas Engines. MIAMI ,jfLORIDA. In Fiends Bank and Trust Co.. .. .. .. .. .. 21,11711 t.-' >' -'
.' kerosene a'BPECIALTY' "'it h in Atlantic National .. .. .. 293323 0+
ad p. ;,;;:. .....'."... engine repairing. A Una S acre bay front la Ceesane In Vault .. .. .. .. .. 1M4SM .
'-'- Grove,'good howl;;welt rot la bearing
t ;: ,Qeneral'Repalr' '! tees ,riparian rl jirte, A bargain.S : Total Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .:..' :. .. t10s.0tS.05 i
Lota oa 14th.street between. Ave d
SEVENTB'STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA ewe C and D. fcjj .- $27771338
:. :."' ""\ Let on tth street, between A'__ Capital Stock .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. of. .. $27(309 00
,C'and B, $1600. & years torma.Heuee Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. eo .. .* .. .. 330000 f.
I 'and loien' 10th>street, bra Earnings .. .. .. .. .. ." .. .. .. eo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,14747 '
W.. -J BrownSanitary tween Avenue' Band!'" bay SZTSa Let Certificate of DepoeltCashiers' .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. .. 21.103 S3
show you thlaJ -. Cheeks .. .. .. .. .'. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.7'01.13
\ us : Individual ,Deposits .. .. .. eo .. .. .. .. ..21101042
.Four: Iota In 'Alvsrslds, <<1"17' |350aaeh. Total Deposit... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 242411.08
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25 acres hammock and truck .land $277JB3.BS
: .w 50 grapefruit tries, finest la south I '

Dads, 11 year era. 200 young".t,..., I, Ja*. H. Gilman, cashier of Bank of Bay Blscsyne, do solemnly swear
good house and .ieautlful grounds on that the above statement Is correct. 1
_. Plumber county:rock road $S5OQ. You..should .8 JAS. H. OILMAN. Cashier.
.k see the views at"Our office.SS Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th day of May 1908.
1,, : aer.1 on i mon City roil: U George '.oomph Notary Public.

acres .cleared ''rieueo and 200,tree*

1019 Ave. D, Miami Good views of the!! bay for a shirt .

time..only; S4000.- ,: '


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f : 1000 Pair. of line Shoes' to on at Half Itric,

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To. make this sale interesting{ to all who calnot get pleased, at our bar ain counters, we will allow : ,

q''. 10 per cent'discount_ on all our regular stock g ods J

: Jt..w1l1 pay you to,. lsltjhls.lel! as soon ,ash posslble, so you {nay have,your pick of the bargains.Ladiesf .

; Shoes' : Boys Shoes

loo pair ladies i slippers,'. oxfords and sandals 'assorted. were 17 pair boys Kakai cloth oxf rds, were 1.50,
I ,7. .,goods which,sold for"+prices jranging'from_ two_. tl'OO I close at."t... -.. ...-.... .. ..... ...::75c(j jr
dollars'. '3.50,3'to go at.T.."f| ....i.._.....,*?. .<.., .... .

Drab rds
-- tooxfords
r 22 hoys canvas ox > were 1.75
.' '37* pair ladies: white I linen oxfprds q ,welt zu and;' turn 11"M CA close pair at...... .......... .. .;;) ....... ... ....... ..,...$1.15
sole were 4 dollars, to,closest.... ............. welt '
37 pair boys white white ca vas:
_. ._ .$1 25
18 pair ladies' white basket cltoth oxfords were ;
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3 '- "'il tzSa: todoself.Vj..,*.1.': .i..t! .. ..... ..$150" >. "
sOIewere2.so.tocloseat'I'"k"d shoes were
:" ,'I' 17 pair ladies'white buck Jiro,, six and seven .:.. V... :::.............$1.50 1 j." r,-
: 1 ._, .dollars,. to.close at .."I !.:..." ..,..... .. .. .$3.00't.'i .' ,-: ./!
.- A _pairvici kid, Diamond Queen.Quality slippers 2.00 ''t "\ L-I:; (

; Were: 3.50.to'I close! t.t:,: U". -_" ":: "" ,. : :; ,Childrei' s'Sh1oes' _:... .' _,. )
>, 44 pair tan : 4 3-go 3.50 :
: i, ,.to. ..dose at. ..ii..Y...w.T.. .: .J' .....,...;......... .$2.50 \
.; ,..'. 0- w- '' -- -5 45 pair child's oatent leather and Dongola, one-strap sandals. .
ry !. -tj.{ .- 5i: sizes 1 to five, were one doll .''and''one twentjr-flve., :
t close at. ........50c50c
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;: -Men S Shoes f I; ; child's: lace and 1 m shoes: :were 125; '

1 SO pair,sizes 1 to five, to.close at. .,............. .......... ..' ...... (
77.pair men's white canvas Ihoes and oxfords, CI AAP ,
i! ,were'a.50,.3.00 and. '3.50. tof!!:;.close at..:. .... .....' I .vyI 62 pair children's and misses' white.linen sandals 75G.,
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4'1 were $2 and :.so, sizes 8 to 2, to close at. \
pair n swhikcanva, x f or d So Elk sole I ft -
t a :waw &qoo;_to'close'.Jf! .'.... ... .... ..... ..$1..' 87 pair children's and misses, white canvas : 4
4 sandals and button shoes, 6 2,.to close at"1, '
to : .
fi pair H. !5./and H.-vic&d and Diamond i '
f, 37 .
..;. \I. calf shoes, were,.5'.oo. to,closeat.: :.*....'.*..7rf: .....$3.50.. 44 pair misses' patent I ea sites sandals; were two. $1 I .
.. dollars to close at....._........I I ...... ..: .OAV
{ u' .28 pairHanan: Sons6.oa and. 7.00 patent vici tf': 50-' : = : : :::: : : 2 2k
kid oxfords, and lace shoes,|[to close at......... .. 17 pair children Dpngola sandals,"wereY.SOlo"close : "
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33 pair tan calf oxfords. and,lace.shoes made by :. : : .
Hanan and Son.'were six dollars to close,them t A 37 pair children's and'misses tan sandals, \ -.
outat ., _. R- ?..-..-,_... ..- !... ... .5 U_ were 1.75, to-close( _aU;. ..i.... ....goat..... ................$1 .2)
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i ,- :\ tlothinq; l a\); Bogs' Hats, Shirts- and f Suits

....... .' '- HATS.100 hats b sing closed out at half price
117 Suits I on _Counter 40
clothing Our bargain percent .. "
.SHIRTS .150 shi ts at 50 cent discount.
discount. We
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... :; small'men and large. Sins; 32, 33, 34, 40, 42 and 44: One hundred boys its on the bargain counter to
'ff" Give.us-a:call, these prices will continue until this be closed out at zero prices.
'J : lot o_f clothing is ,sold out| '; 200 pair boys'pants to be sold at 25 per ct. disc.

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Don't; miss this rand -sale.. Money saved is money made. You can save

is S money'by'doingbusiness with us, right no v. Remember! this is. strictly a cash
sale.. We need tie) money. Yours,for business
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SECOND SECTION.a; : )dIAMff.MAY' 14. 1906 I PAGES9tol2! :


Hon.. j. 'W -'Watson A Candidate NEW! AND NOTES .. -,' .

Qualified By Years of experiences _' i .
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FROM DELRAYUT ,, .. .' .: !, : .,, ; .:

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the important: to the I"' "' '' .\ ..' .: ..... :. ,. ,, -. ,.. : :,: ;
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primary and election will be that of a Representative to the State Leg 1; : q : ''I' .k... i .1. .. "J' .. "
,;i. islature. 'Ifis'an once that should be occupied bj A mass possessing FEW, PINEAPPLES BEING ;F".l!\. :': ':<\' ':. ; LI1: : ','d .." '>" eF "
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more: than the'averag-e ability of clerk, business man or professional" : : ; ; i' ; .t' ;.
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: rman.. -- -"""*" F t' l ;: : FOR iMMIGRATION ir '" .;,, .... \ ,..... .:. 1".5: ,;;.;'if}' :' .( ,:
t Such.a man ,should 'possess the highest) personality possible,11 I I '. I. "'" ; i.' ," ; ..... "'":" "1..'."'-,' ,,Ir._.
:much depend bpon toe appearance,- conduct and ability c f making and PURPOSES : l; J ,. ', .," :, .. '. ; .
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n' retaining friend He should be a i'.tan'.e "versed'in"parliamentary jjft" : .' '.' II" ;, :-,?' .&".:. "'

t: law and tales and should be fully acquainted in a general manner with .l'l- '" ..M, -. '. ,j. .... ,'.',"'.+..' ." ,t',; .'': .
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conditions that will arise and<< confront him during his term oi office,* or -n' \ ",i j","# C .' .-1 ># ':1i', ... :'
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the time that Legislature is in'se'ssion, and above all he should be Delray Mr. 0. 'Ten- ":. : .: ,\: : : :. .'

1>'<: a man dearly conscious of his duties, who will accept and treat the brook bash sold Ui property to Mr. ,1; : .'
1. 8. Mr. Tenbrook 1 undecided
b office at a trust,' not his, but the people. He should be a man above .whstber VOEFORJAESJAuD1w
he will spin '
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I} reproach and one that wilt'do'hia'dutl as he sees and believes it at '
'" return to l 1Li. old'home In New York.
and all times. "* "' .
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Mr. A. 1 Pearce made, a business.
L '_ Honorable I. W Watson has profitted by experience-that' great trip.to Jacksonville| Friday.Capt. ,

teacher -as: representative from,Osceola.:county, ,and made: a'most
SA. Bravo came up from 1
creditable record as a public'emlnt: and a Florida lawmaker. He has .
.. Miami to Book after the F. E. U.
t 'successful in"tmineh and which pe most i ninchas
been by judge, as barges which went ashore near Boynton '
"i! any other qualification his ability to serve, the people.A last week and reports. them as : '

'A resident: of Dade county but two yean Mr. Watson haa. hm ant being totaljwrecks.sMlss .
interest i in its welfare :and progress such .'few other'men have. He Juts Ross, of West Palm
Beach .anCMr. T. It. Rlckards came .
has proven himself a good citizen and in every manner is fitted to do down Sat1llola11& wheel. Mr. Rick "

honor and justice to the tn lIthe, seeks, and if chosen the Metropolisfeels arcs went on to Bocoa Ratone, and I

certain that his duty, will be well done.-MiamI Metropolis, March Miss Rottf spent the night' In town ,
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13th, 196&; and wentjpo Fort Lauderdale with _
the other 'thureh peopleand spent
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Rev Os pr. the ,choir and a large '. EORo7e .
number 0 :;the members and friends .
'.. .' of the MI/E. Church went to Fort '" .' ','r' ,..,
: ;: : ::r :: : Lauderdal 'Sunday, and spent the day. ,,# : :. .. t"J .
: Mr. T. Gautler. candidate, for .L," '10: ... .; ,

.,. j.'f" ,";:". "" ",.r,,I" "C" ;.. ," j.< ,,_ tax meeting collector o4 ,friends was In and town looking Saturday for < ." : : ": :-L. ::: ":!" t,

: : ,, new ones |
: Cle'ik

.' --"i', .&.';.l4.J$&:&: "+ :#/.f.: : '." ', : cape Mr., L.spent jS. Friday Weatherbe In town.of Bis-Mr.Weatherbe .. crCfrdtt'G-: '

..' ..... ,'< ? :" :f.. :, .: :OKgjg8 -, ;, "':Y"i irtciy5 *- -':"" 7 .-. wu a resident..of this 'i '
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,: '%;''''", .";. .. ';.', ,f'" ,' place in tot early days and this is '. '- -
riq,,:. .,. : ::: .. /. : "' ... .' his first vtjlt in several years He
: .. sf... : ". """ c'. '>. : treaUjri iurprlwd'at the wonderful
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improvement and growth since ,
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Mr. Wlllard E. Brown Northwestera. -c'. ,. ,
paisenjjter agent of ,the F. E. C : f: : .Z', ,>.
: : with in Chicago ", 1"" ':'"- "c', .... .
: Railway headquarters ; :
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: spent Friday la town looking over the ,,!,, ,' ; .,<..., ,. i( "' ':: '' :'_ .. Ix. I\ a
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I '.. '. country an&; getting posted as to the .", < .< -:,. _!" """ :'; ,. advantageskpf the different section ..: ,:" ftJ': '. ., .; AWatson < {"'" ;'. !;' .
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pleased'with' Delray and we hope to ..' ,.<.II.....,.. '.., ,:,. :"'.'$.<,,"..',..J,...'j-I"" f 1 or.
receive a good benefit from his visit .1-1'"", ". ;
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\ 'In,the watt settlers etc., : \ .iL I .
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Mention !fwaa made In. last weeks .' ; '.< .. ;,.hj.1o1'. .. : ;, :, .
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:" ..- .. Father" letter ,, : W.f.: ; ',';': _
items that received
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'FOR' from a. youig lady In Weat. ,Palm '/ ,.. .. : :' .\ ; ;':'\ .J! '.,
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4 :t. r "' 'n Beach saying she was working. As \ : -:: : ; :.
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here abontjjhe went \
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up Friday tad on his return reported X ...
that there fjra* '"nothing doing.";Even "

:."FatheC; was out ,of,, a job up
T N.cIiAUTIR4i ; there.! |Sj' ad
There wilii, be a few pines picked 1
i this t week tint very few and',those Voted AgainstProm Reducing Railroad Fare

that. hue NeD shipped soar. were .

..., '"_" "<' ,. ', -i.... ;;:;.r.;.y "t..... .;. better-verygreen hate and, It let would them have remain been on :

'- the plants a: some, time 'longer. 4' to Cents per Mile
The F, E.;;{:.Railway Co. has three
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men employed
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'FOR' here now- Ik4 they are kept busy.

,. _,...') .: ''"I. I .. ....."r..,- .. ,.! 1. J"';....b1T t.... ; .,.;'l 1 DOW.There' Is 'soinethtng M doing, la' Delray--- t The record of Florida's. representativej in the. House, I;';. on.R. Hudson urr'. bill I

:"' '' "_ ,. .'.:" .: .I.".1, .' .f'.. Ar.. .1 --;i ..:., ',, .' t ., Friday Me. J.to S.toed Jjederick.\ -r of. Miami' spent, fixing the railway passenger rates at three lentS a mile and how'each'representa. ive.voted.

'JL ,K. Mtlfnllen. of Miami: who on,this important measure.v '+ ..

I :1: TAX roLL6TOR' has been' working the Interest of 0 ,' I", .; .. u :.1 ,, ,. .
sup Coot Fort .Lauderdale:daring ... rt "
: the seasoa.WH a business visitor '" .' ; .t .i'" .><" ..',. 1'.":) ... ......,1...,. ,
In.town Friday.:; .: : : ,'. : I ; 1< ;it ::1 41
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it .11: '.R ,Mr.'B.! T.iKlng. of Fort Lauderdale. JOURNAL' 190By'Mr.Burr ': .. : ,';, >>: .t'..
/: notOJ made a sbon; stay in town Friday. ; of Dade. ..

"gill .. I* Y-f registered Mr. W. ;C4 at1
Mr. Gautier had the office Mr.', Smith ents W. S; white A brio be entitled fire
'p only one term It Co.; comttslon rpre merchants: and exporters an act to fix the for passengers on all railroad.tra ns in this

of pitfeapples to the markets i state at three cents per mile. and to provide nalties for violation. -

; and has given general satisfaction and accord- la Europe.-tHe expects to make his .
heaJonarteriihere the 4 Was.read,the first time by its title amTelegraphs. referred to the Committee on Railroads and
during HU<& .
'.' /jtesas --724'r' -' -'; wsttsa:::.';;' < r i.3. !:* .
Wilson Rowan came up from Pompano .,,
I ,: .I sing ,.11lemoctatic .usagesian? ,principlesylsr"entltl I and spent-Sunday,.la_ town with I ..,
% / Mends, -: m.. House Journal. igor, .pag t/,76.,
:: d toa'* ; second"nomination.i i 0 (iflntractors v fe \ H.TSto(4: in of:. 'Jacksonville' spent Committee reported unfavorably on H. k: No 50. Page.216 .

i.tJt1 iJJ.JlJ( {J3uixf : Sunday,'<, .- ,town ', HoUse Bill No, 50. waS taken up and read a second time in full
0111.1)0'- : l Mr. Davidson of,Gadsden moved to indefinitely postpone the bill

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f .1 I Mcarfr By Friend and The roll being. called :the vote was:

. '' . .' '\; fa Employer, YEAS"=:;;; T... W. Watson. (Speaker of the Hons Messrs. Buford
". -;1 ., .;: ". j ':'.'.0:1" '" t. : J: ) Clark (T. L.), Close Davidson

; ,: ".... r..,...,...''"I.;., *II', .' : \\5'\" 'Dr. J.-':N. UacOonlgle, superintendent Davis" Dowden. Fulton. Hendrj McGriffin Palmer, OV. L.), Parrish of Manatee, Raney, Russ.. 11, Sledge
.c' / Itiaml Electric De- ,
of ape Light Smith Sparkman -16
=' ".' '.4 f;;: #'.". ii>." Itl/t/ .1''...:.:. ". ;'' partment\of |the F. E.. C.' Hotel Co. ." -. "
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;. Anderson
c Browsed Burr lumbers, Crawford,.Duckworth
.1 In expreisloaf- regrets at an labU- Godfre Gornto,
, S .' i. .'. .,::: ,;,.I .;.. .;;!.FW-: 1'. c,,.,", "': !: .i.;... f"jj.:'I" ," '' Ity to attend< banquet given by the Griggs. GraJt;Gann, Hopkins, Hunter, Jackson, ohnson Jones, ..McElroj ,1rcRae. of Pasco, McRae of
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.:; 'Jz' ,"'J!' ''':. : t t'f. fire.department"last Friday night to -
JJ"'-t;: ; ....... .. l ,, Putnam. Osteen:Parrish of Holmes, Ranlenon River* of Columbia, Thomas, Whaler.. Williamsoii
: : !r.::' '. -.a} ,.0' ,;.i-.': :,,<.,- .;" ; '1< .; <.;< their' first a Unt chief. R. C. )1Grilr. Wilson.
:! ,,.. ,.who WM\nglneer.also of the Wolfe.-29., I
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": : lighting'' plan and resigned both po'sitlons

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his .future hNoioe wrote in'' part as
'J follows of Mr .McGriff: Mr. Burr moved that,the rules be waived and that House Bill No. 50 be read a third
"In the- months in which I .
seirat time and its '
' put
Property Owners have'. been associated with him.' the passage I ,,,
.- AND association haj.,beu''so pleasant and Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vo e' '.
congenial ant-5.1 have fouuS, him la
And House bill No. was read third ime in fuU'
50 a
every way so, holly and truly a man "
j if you don't want to ,SAVE: MONEYS hat I feel. In'kl'* going away the parting Upon call of the roll the vote was: "
I we can't help you. If you ,db.come'toIfhe ;: not only frgm a valued and trusted

..J. +;: associate butt hearty and \true YEAS-Messrs. Anderson. Broward BrownBt rr, Chambers Crawford, GodfreyGriresGr ut, Gunn
Wend. m ..VI ,
McDonald '- would" at trays much rather 'wst- Hunter. Jackson, Johnson, Jones, McElroy McRae oiRanlerson Pasco, McRae of Putnam Osteen. Parish < f Holmes
come the. CO i1ng than speed th Rivers of Alachua, Rivers of Columbia Sledge, Thomas, Whaley, Williamson, V llson and
parting J1Ie.tbut; a* an urgent necessity Tolfe. 29
In Mr. jMcGrllTs life makes a ,

and buy your building material, Doug Leaf! parting guest pf him I join with yon XAys.-J.: W. Watson, (Speaker of the Home Messrs. Amos, Buford Clarke, Close, avid80n, ;j,
wish in
: all, and to Join with me.
I :. Yellow Pine and Cypress of; all kinds.Iwe. wishing, him [[tOil hearty God-cpeed. bej Davis, Lowden, Fulton. Hopkins. McGriffin, Palm r, Parris of Manatee, Ranej, Russell Smi h. Spark
"I hope tnai5 wherever he goes man. 17
also sell, Lime, Brick' (4 kinds), Cement; Sash Doors will find snd ilne and pleasure, in I
[inure She bill passed title stated M
and whatever else a builder requiresat Uslife, and him that when- as
t Mouldings; ever'he caret fo return to :Miami he

lowest possible figure. will find us P.t far more willing to And .,ouse ,Bill No. 50 was ordered cert fied to the Senate Page433 1
welcome himgoodbye. home than' to' bid .him .
u Know where we.are i4th Street .Miami, Florida ." Senate otrnal 1901W 1

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BE ; ... til- .. .... '"" Lummu.
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ALL,,. BE'JUST o. .

\. (From"laml Record May '7. 1901) '1a : ""

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INCREASED MlttAQE majority of the board of county
AS TO THE any ,
commliiloners have bungled; they 1
( Miami Record.,April 16 1906 (From Miami Record: Sept 11, 19 5)Enf"one bungleftfwhen they attempted to pay can supply
I. to
peclafifunds: out of the general fond; ") :
board of county com who Is familiar with the oem will be
.missloners Of the present, only three are candidates financial situation of this county has they bugled when they attempted to had' ; ; : part of the

for re-election. realized that It WOULD BE NECESSARY carry out the drainage scheme; they the I ire as a can '!

That'the' board as now constitute to INCREASE the amount bnnglei when they attempted to secure '

bas not given general satisfaction to. to be raised by TAXATION to a CONSIDERABLE bids for the building of county with Florida p
the citizens of Dade County. can hardly roads itereby bringing-on the county the I

be doubted extent anothei]suit that will hare to be defended I '
With one or' two exceptions, the For some time COUNTY WARRANTS tract '
board has seemed to be under the have been FLOATED at a order to escape' from heavy t.n., I
of Its attorney and the damage*." .-'
result has not been at all satisfa HAS :
of which Is borne by the ..NFrouit : '
tory I a
WhOe the board has completed along PAYEES.This ( : Uaml Record NOT. 24. 1905.) ;

stretch of rock road' that ba condition arose .from the "It will be remembered that the OF :
long been called for and at, perhaps a\rket .
LARGE EXPENDITURES made by a drainage proposition was started under -
It was, a only minimum able to cost do so by a Ten PREVIOUS BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ti| provisions of. the\ law which THE II [ ::1. 11 ;:

generous contribution in the way of for which....... NO PROVISIONrvv, authorises( the county commissIoners i ( hea'OlI
freight from the East Cout railroad tau" 'made.;, .1... -1e'" :1 upon f the petition of a majority of :

and deserves no particular credit' \At be BEGINNING OF THIS YEAR property holders in a district to anthortz C., )farke \
having secured: It .. .I ; VFLOATCNCrDEBT ; ditches to be dug and to assess test I \
While this work has been going 'on the"countyhad a .te cost against the lands dl Ion .
other parts of the county, notablythe of about FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS rectlykbenefltted. Street
Orange Glade district and the road : i "Uftier this law T. J.. Campbell ,

to Cocoannt Grove have received: To speedily pay off this debt liability \V.. PKBrannlng and Guy L Metcalf and
very -little attention and the residents were appointed a drainage commission
of tL s.-& ge JMscUoaaiava.Uen. for-which, the PRESENT BOARD ;fori: the?West Palm:Beach pro era

loud In ,tlilr;compUlaU ot the treat- I ls.NOTAT: ALL RESPONSIBLE, .\ f_ __ n en \
menttrecelved: at the hands\ot the they'?have placed a tai :four millswith .9 f the i preliminariesWere put only
board.V: Their criticism U that while It.would county!, commissioners: after-doe<< aJOFrtCIAL lower
and PLACINGthe .
to provide roaa* warrants ,
seem easy enough ,. i
for the rich automobile owners, there COUNTY on a CASH BASIS. The .Pre J t
Is no way of securing good roads to board is of the opinion that this can COUNTY

the ordinary farmer and trucker who be done by"January 1. 1907. i
are dependentupon good roads to : roads is DEMOCRATIC CALLA place
safely to marketIt The NECESSITT'far; so
get their'proJuctl !
Is to be feared that the board APPARENT fltatj rriinent on the f Taddin hun. ?

has been very Indiscreet In its con- subject celled long ago Clerk I only the pur- .;

section with the proposition to drain Just at' tails time the board has the meeting: of the Dade County Dem- : phai na. -

the land back or.Welt Palm Beach. opportunity; on account of the..VERY ocralii:| Executive Committee was held Pre in the city r
the prosecution: of which has been
enjoined. In preparing for that project I FAVORABLE CONTRACT made with at Siiaml, FUu, on the 14th day of ; '

the board evidently did not :now I the F. E.= a Railway Company\of; se; Marcl 1906,'pursuant : djoarnment ers. .
r out' the law and aarTT-resnlt.la ;curing a ARGE: A3JQUN OF ROADmtiDINp .!"t foUowtag,calT.;.for"'. primaryNwce place J :
involved-la tnjexpenalve'.lawsmlfethatmust aria rer 'LOW COST; elect.. on was adopted} towiti: i : Pres .
be pal J lor nr someone-always I ... : .. *ls* ,
The road from West Palm Beach to hereby glvn ,out there
the In taxpayer..the preliminary expenses of that- Miami'requires ,twenty-three: 'J miles of will |je' a Democratic Primary Election !

drainage there was a considerable construction before tee two titles can field In the several elections dls- Pr

: amount spent something. like seventeen be connected.The tric of Dade county Florida, on Co.
hundred 4o an. The board approprtated .
;; PRESSING NECESSITY of the May lSth. 1906 and If necessary on
;}, that amount from the genera U.-1906, for the'uomlu.tloD of !
',- fund of the county In spite Ofl' road Is CONCEDED.With ? j
all (Democratic candidates.: Stats and .
the statutory provision that moneys a tax of four. mills .this roan ;
i raised for one fund shall sot be used can be fully completed, the,road paid County,- to be voted for by the Dem-I !! .
for another., 1 ocratic electors at1' the general
s":; The present' board was largely put for without debt on the;county anda' tion to be held NOYlmber'SUI.. 1906. place,: : I ;) '
.4 Into office because *' former board large amount ot other construction "
jto the Democratic
and appointed by
had, so it was understood,' :violated finished wlthlc the next year: .. I .
:; certain provisions of the law, and It The tax. for the DEFICIT'and the frvernor of the Stats between the.tells | .
',a would look as though this Is one reason '' all date of, holding such. primary eleo--place
ROAD TAX. the Increase -
;: why the people are so reluctant SPECIAL UODt'u.I: the holding,of the .primary : Preset .....
;r": to return, some of the,present memO for whichthe' PRESENT election A. D. 1908. Scott. ,
following officers are to be"nominated on.
The board's'attempt to make up school ,
Two mills .ere'added by the
: the deficit that had accumulated: for atsaid primary election to-.
board to help deficit and to 1
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p; several years by an assessment,that
1! would' raise nmclnt.flmdJ, to pay provide accommodations for; DaC' r;Representative In: Congress, Seo- ) c"I inig
t f It an off at once, has not proven at county's constantly: increasing' population and;ucrelllonal District .
all .,t'., etoI7..to-the-paJ.Ue..whlch: ,- r >2fJnstlc'of"the' Supreme1 Court lug

t Is.loud la Its declaration: that the The.State of Florida added two 2-Railroad Commissioners.I ,1 :
tau. are entirely too high and are ,:jlember ot the House of Represen
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hurting:the {prospects of the county mills for, state use. JKWktii fffltfVJka :*; \f'( .... ;.. K 'mix : '
- ;. 3Ht*l tes. k* aiititiirnur: win u.J use.ieacoDmoxs.118E : JiOerk'V Circuit'Courtl:for the : : I : f
f. : 'bye to deal and the general sent- the people of Dade C nnty plttd' term. tors !
mint'seems'now to be that they desire WILL BE' ENTIRELY 8ATTBFIE1JwlfkltheF.BTJBINESSUKa . 1i a practically new board,to,Jdok Tax Collector.': State
after the affairs of the countytor. t. County Treasurer. the' t
t' ,the next two years the, Board'of. County' Commissioners. County,Commissioners.I' C u .
So: or r 'Members of County Board of Public notice.
., !]! 'Instruction .>:/The ').

It: ..r. -It" is hard to beaer e atrtte'articles*Quoted abori'w.re written_by'the tliSupervlsor; of the of'Registration.fpllember Dade County.Democratic lows:> I _carry ;

f h same.III:':' and only about seven Bp>ths between.." AIl ,jthe, work;, referred: Executive Committee for Predicts ''
ji: 'to In the Septemberarticle'; was canted out as 'pUnned so far as the laws' No*.. 14 and 7.. respectively. Clerk wire,
:, allowed and the road d'was built for about ItOOO less thin the estimate.- ',1!Justice of the :Peace and-1 Con- Tax : I .

; .. There mut: be some: CAUSE for suck: COMPLETE CHANGS OJ' .tille'lD; such: districts as have vacande :
OPINION. yet NO CAUSE: OR REASON APPEARS.trtU sr cl.. Auer. fl'Flsh! and Game \Varoen. ) : I I
SEPTEMBER 105. are IGNORED, la APRih,1906
17; Ions mad la She rules'governing said primary "
YET TIm FACTS REMAIN THS'SAME'[ : *' '- : election ,shall be the same as thoseadopted'bythe' : ;

It Is'well known that the flavor,of hams depends.largely upon what ,: Democratic Executive: :

'the hog 11 fed. and a CHANGE OF "FEED'.win,CHANGE: ,THE: FLAVOR., Jacksonville Committee at on'JJaelr February.. meeting held. forteralDc' In .. '" s

f" :Ito teptamber, (90S. the, wrlterofthe'" ;:, aboveartlcles;: was'"' feeding' :at,'DaJCwmtyitronghl -, State Primaries, so far u AU. I H- *"

a .t -3- l+. ,t-A- ,- I W' same shall.'bo applicable to.the : s>
.. \ I:other words, the editoi'ot the'South-r j Florida Record-also' ths Miami \mtl'r1m&r1.\ Thoseand :/only

;., : Evenbr Beoord-i-wsjf awarded the Couity'prtntng for the year 1905.T; U oboe those persons candidates shall before be permitted or vote to at.be-or > : I- : 1

I1tOI., the printing was awarded_, to another paper;which,1 la the opinion_ of participate In the management said lorth .

the Commissionerssou betteriprepu'ed. to.do the required'work .and., marr,electlo1a.ho declare their adherence 't I
'ot'piopte: / : to the principles and organisation ty
reached a'J larger numba ,;/ / fore
'nam'or Commissionersnow .ot the Democratic Party,natlo-
.FORMER. CHAMPION1. of"the : '
alt1; State and county who are by the "
FEEDS!: at ANOTHER'THROUGH: the Saiot'nt the pro4uet'haa. law ot the State-lawful''electors otHae gains'I

changed.: Some statemeau made. :la'.the article;of Apr&"JSlh,'that thJtIXORDS .election//districts which they 21.
SHOW to be FALSE." : after,to rote, who hare. paid. their pollliu' In
u> 1 lep117,du..not less than ten .vass
.NOT ONE DOLLAR has been paid out of the funds ot. the county'' for fays before said primary. elecBon:\: nd '

"Tie:preliminary'work on'tthe'PALM 'BE CH'!DRAINAGE SCU :ML.An: Who, shall when challenged by as elector !Ity : I 0 ds

; ,tone of five."O-4': dollars la scrip: was'.authorize! .by!the Board to'pay, pledge 1*'writing.upon oath,:before -what -
this expense and the warrants'Isa-et Thewaxs'work was stopped any Inspector.-to abide by aDd 1"- ../ 4"-
Supper the result of such primary.and I.
temporarily' b7.&Ii order, of the United States Court In.the meaatimitheTAXPATER support the nominees thereof. .. ......9471X0
: li'NOT: Qu'ANYTHINGr; fThV"meVwho', the work. KThe polls shall be opened and closed .........,.
live been the ag.v '' kt the several election districts at the
not paid and they are holding ., .
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7 ours fixed by: the general )election
The law'wu followed te thls'matter- ttder Uli'beat legal advice and
law. The'following named .persons I .... HOO w
tAy'II nnconsUtutlonal. THIS BOARD' DOES NOT MAKE
even U' the : are hereby appointed Inspectors and I
........ BOO
LAWS.,, It the Commissioners have violated the lawn'whydoei: not the i clerks for. the several ,election, din
:be :;LAWYER > i '"i', "' ;EDe.. .. .. 40CO:
writer of. the editorial (who also CLAIMST V ) Bake'- ;tracts rolled : ,|
,charge* LIKE A MAN and have as brought to' Justice*,Instead of making, || PreclDet"No. 1- Inspectors: N. H. .es 1 .
Parks and B. O.
; H. B. Stypmann
these PUNY INSINUATIONS backed: up by expressions as UNSTABLE as.Us eheUs ones
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Ball.- Clerk: Curd Schroedcr. Poling ,
OPINIONS such as "seems to be." -hardly. to be doubted to .t*!1'; place,\ Ball',store., I:Idly '

teired"'eta. I Precinct No.:Inspectors' : Frank The
The new feed Is satlstrhig and FATTENINO. but It It .WEAKENING." Bowers, P. Kitchen and B. C. lOOer. !anvil ..... ..SUM
I I This, Boar ,of Commlaalou'era'Is NOT INVOLVED an"expensive Clerk:'.James Hepburn. Polling place, '
law suit" about the'drainage,.dlme. and'If.It should be, the taxpayers school house I .- ..:...?000

of Dade County,wfll not hare the bfflsto pay.; 'The :PRESENT BOARDOF Precinct Na i-nspeetors;; : Frank For .. .......S7Mt10CQ
Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos- In, .. ..
COMMISSIONERS .is willing to stand. before 'taxpayers', and voters ,
". grove. Clerk: T."J..C.mpbelL PollIng !Is :
? on the RECORD MADE., J. ; place old engine house. 'side

FOUR MILLS sssessed for that'purpose PAm'TH. LARGE.INDEBTEDNESS |t 'I Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse the i railway wH
,' :'' four mills for roads, built the roads and c paying for repairs Dougherty.. J. L. Garnett and F. W. ..
of old roads. | palmer. Clerk: Cullen'Pence. Polling ;. steel !
Only to that extent are .we. responsible for the raise In toes: The place.Porter'..Pacltlur House .

editorial ot September.:11.;,1905. above tells you 'where tbe. other came ; Precinct No. Inspectors: T. ,M. I 'orv!

from. :The debts, being'paid and the road bunt thls'millage win be r.f f McRae, TJ. Haygood and I.B..! tfff !
Taylor. Clerk: H; B. HoJges. Poi>]: Hay
duced. lug place school house.' .'" ; \ Co.
I have no fear: that any intelligent Voter or taxpayer w111)e Influenced '
Precinct Na: Inspectors: J. I. !
; the of ,,..ho CONTRADICTS HIMSELF and shows .
,, by statements a MAN Hardy D. Cassel'anJ J. W. PlTt In. I i
, that the EDITORIAL COLUMNS "of his .'paper''ar like his advertising Clerk3. M..XTmsteaJ.t. Polling pace. 1
space-FOR SALE.TvAv'WlNFIELD.' Rous...'. ;'uu. 1"':!,#

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/ uring session of legislature of"1901; Hpn.M Hudson Burr: introduced in the House: of Representatives a bill fixing railroad fares at t r-, :' .

: three cents per mile in this slat The bill r was properly referred to the :Committee, on Railroads and {Telegraphs where, :;after. + -w.. ac

hearing! evidence= .and careful 1 consideration?, tie{ committee reported' the bill 1 back to the house, #i:'That it do'npt s.Vhen the bill :: -; ;
? 'came up'bn' 'its second reading the pbairman o(the Committee'moved to indefinitely. postpone the'bill, as was t le custom for.the Chair. t :: .' 3

L matnff anycomnutteejto Jp when the committSVs report! .wasigainst the passage of the bill., (stated, a other things,' that the ;"
"'" 'If.=- --, ____ :":japrc : 'Cimamisslc ..,.as"at'sbatxery'time': considering the advisability: of fixing the rate at three cents per ont That the,railroad Com '.i: ';','
,5.. mission did: not"wish the legislature to interfere,and furtherstated that if the rate was fixed at 3 centsthe D mile book whichwaithensold '" < "P.

..-' t- ,at 25.00 could be J91d for $30.Bb, and further stated that the Committee had reason to belie e that if the rate was

?J \f, (\ "t fixed at three cents per:n.i1( y statute law anJifjfort would be made to, .repeal e law, creating the railroadjcom lissionon.tjief! rounds? ;'f r .7

? } i J :*'. that a the law: hadt fixed\.the rate the: commission would have nothing to do. With this report from the Hou,e Committee I who hid, i .
-, ; .v ,;, rhade investigation1,* and other information Before me, I took the position that the railroad commission woufix the at three 3
':., cents: ,':when would stand the test of;the'CO\1rij. as theUS.Supreme Court had long since decided that all quasi corporations'was'was entailed !-.

1r '. 'i, toga reasonable\ ,Jhterest! on their,investment|!land. not knowirg what the, investment, receipts expenses; wef7 t; preferred to leave: it I .a :
0' i with'the'pe<*?I* who did know and"who had.n_ elected I for that purpose,..so voted against the bill.j'[ When'the l.came up in the Senate :.; : ;;

'. '. a bigmalorttyiofthe: .Senators..eviuentlythougIt as I did, as the.bill :was indefinitely! postponed; by a vote of 18t 10. Senator Carson of Y ..... 1Osceola'
: County who1; 'am sure had asr,much :WIth, creating. the .Railroad ;Commission as any other man, and whose father-in-law, .

i Hon.''J.1M. iB n was a commissioner! at that time J voted : against! e bill, and I am sure, he did sor because h thought"! it should .be-left, ; a
ij", ,'. to, the commission and that he had reason to believe the commission! was then? considering the'questioiii!Senae.J9urn ,.'pagc999f.j f i ? 1
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,;; Senator. .;Baker'of the, 20th district (and a more|honorable man n erhved, ) gives this explanation of this vote r "' ---:-- -

-, "Mr.., President: My position:on 1 such'Questions as this IS a matter of record and well known to all. I lave helped to enact into

i. law a measure:that delegates, full-lX?wer.to. a Commission elected bv the people,jwhose duty it is to pass upon al such questions.*"*leave
K the responsibility with the commission- and shill'rbooks'kept vote to' indefinitely postpone the bIlL''. gAs **staw*
r. further'evidrnce that my position' ", ras the correct -one. we find the rate was afterwards fixed a three cents and mileage m

r: at two and one,half cents. l. It, ,"' .f cicrs .
,.. q aI-regret very much to be forced into a* newspaper controversy but as some few political agitators and curbstone politicians seem'todeavormg '. .
r,;'; have nothing to do but walk the"streets and endeavor to 'array one class citizens against another, and are er ttflnjure meln '" ,
f .' my race fore Representative have;; written the above, but I promise not to pay any further attention; to them.

f ..If any man wants to know.my; position'i !either! : i in the'past orat. present upon any public'matter, I will gladly tell himQ{ I ask

f them ,not to take the.statement of my political enemies. -, I. '-"' -
L- ". : : -I shi1lleave.. matterwith"the;. peopleif! They know_me,and. they know my opponent so vote for your ch }ice, and I will be satisfiedthe :_

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etil .1.,. !_"._J"- .. ., ., -' -- ;,1-" :,,:.,. '..;:.nutr.le.IO.u.at the q. at IF Mr. Dim ck u county treasarer, to
'4 f #1 :1I$ ._... .___'r._.. ."!'A m, lean.EuleJatt H. tMmlclt. c&mi to fill the aaexplreJ-term ot J. f. IiFmood .
= ,county"and"with.his ;; ru1ped./ That samo. faD. b4
;3 was elected to the earn poatOoawas aM \ .
y ?, '. ,. and relatives settled at, Palm. Jess. reflected In 1900. j j ;1.l' .,
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,, I' i la 1881.;'U fanny:removed to N ., WORLEY j.; w1t, \' ftil i <] i. Carolina .here.be attended the cpm- date for office untn. he was tadaoadby
i2 GEOA: i "'i.J' b : f" !t, .: s moD: schools near their home, ;Md! a committee eomopaed ot tbs representatlTea -
.,-, ife ;' 'wher. hla father died compelling lorn of the labor .... sad
: Candidate For:Representative to lire up further schooling la older others, to.beeome a candidate for I 1;
to to to work to aid hla mother la];the county inmftsloneT from the Lseo.d
,. C support of himself.and .two.yonnciralitera. Commissioners' District at the Isst, *.
f |-; 1f Democratic Primary la Duce eooaty. i .
.. ;. '-;; .-.} MIl.....I '. \' -"', ;-. .. ... ;". # '4. !i., \ His first work wu driving teams ph and waa. ,eJected by a paterlaj .. "
A. 7- I the mountain roads between Highlands jority. '"
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'- North Carolina and WaUahklla. For nearly slates months Mr. Dtm-
., _,WORLCY has never,field:public. ..office.! .;. He !has neter.asplred to, South Carolina, .,A lear later his Ick has nerved U county CO"1 1 j
MIL position! :of Honor, though i prominent in Democratic politics mother .1Ie.!. and with bis sister} be er. how well. be baa sewed and wits
.returned to Dade county, where be has what Interest and fidelity to the trot ;
resident of Dade County agd iand there .
;ten'Years Is
:evef.slnce'he'became'a since resided. Imposed Is well known la his district
not i place from Stuart to Homestead! : ;:his voice,. has not been heard When the town of West Palm and throughout the county and aeeda f
In advocacy _of Democracy 'and DemocratiCfprlncJpals.? Mtr;,Worleyts'a' war first Incorporated Eugene: cracll no encomiums here. Suffice It to
s < ** DImick was elected on the say that If elected Clerk of the Circuit
lawyer' of ablllty.'wlth! few'equals and no C peeisAs ,orator stands. prejian'ofpersls- council where he served with c edit Court the clUzens of Dade will bar
eminently In the.first rank of those of_bur fair:.State, and as a to himself and to the commnnltA In him an omcfal who will not only
he; 'has : He Is .affable.itd little later he wu a delegate to be competent and courteous but perform .
tenacities' no superior .
tent and.dogged .I !
the convention at West Palm Beach the duties of the position wlta
at all times; possesses/ persohallTy'that' attracts'and..wlns! .: &frlends, .and which declared against the conreotlon the fidelity and careful attention that.
which alone would make,him,a power In Legislative halls." |A better marl. system 'jl nominations, and In faror has been a characteristic of his .., ,
of primaries. Ice In every position of trait be
than:Mr-Worley. could not be'found.-Miami Metropolis: In 1898 Governor Bloxham appo ...1... ever held.

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,PACE-TWELVE Ttt: DAILY'- n.TRO'OU."MONDAV, MAY.14,190 -. ">"'-- !

Souvenir!iPdst- idS' :7h! IMRGESPtllNt: =OFP: SOUVENIR spobNS Watcltest Jewelry 1

#, To Select from in Florida

.20cen a dozen ''HALER'S JEWELRY STORE I. RIP: IRING. .,,

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If Town Topic! 1!f f, ; u !" 1",'
Are '
prepared t execute :
-***- order in their t t ,i
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Millinery Department
Build Fin H.' ....;' tr, Ui ,Hon.' R.l Hudson'Burr railroad commissioner ,
:The Messrs.McGraw ..u.reeeat17O1'ed I and candidate i In the:primary .l
; i' It : ,to K1am1 from Pittsburgh tomorrow (;for renomlnatlon Designers of the latest Spring style hats r
\ w"preparing"plansfor 'the early arrived in the city this morning ana in silk dark straw and light -
I -of a magnificent concrete will cast-his rote In the Utile Hirer weight material .-' ;
s residence on their 10th street precinct tomorrow Mr. Born will
;'," pert7.* Th'' building win be one attend the Worley-Hndson debate at r
the best In the city and will be the court house tonight and will also ladies Tailoring Department : 1 tI
\to ., ed In a few days.- sddress the meeting In behalf of his .
ww* candidacy for retention on the rail- costumes
h: I For street carriage and 'erening ,
fiisl.i wants t* list year prspsf tJ road commission.
waists tailor and ,
if. towns coats
I .
i Out of ..", Ice '''Wuta4aID cotton rags at this Twelfth MkLl
I 232 Street
R. O. ,Ross launch tar Ojet. office. .
iIch carries >the ,workmen on the
I : across the bay every day. ROSSIER will cellist year rants.Early .
of : ( ke down WI moraine and the ,
t:.. Hoosler. Capt. Denny, was em- Morning RainbowAbut j
; d.to take her place.The work lye o'clock this morning a
the revetment Is progressing rap beautiful rainbow was risible In the
; and utlafactor11r'aud 'wID soot East This brings 'to mind the old Goods

.... : been completed.-. rhyme known to every sailor "Rain 'ewSpring
bow In the morning sailors taking

: Clean cotton. racs at, .this warning; rainbow In the night Us ;
-, the sailor's delight." It would there-
in : :< --. "ore Indicate that there will be something At ,Cohen's 12th Street Store .
ot .j
Ullht Two Tarpon doing In the storm business. ,
; large launch yacht Barracoata.I .
Charles Thompson which Anything yon want done, ssdewslks.sewersge .I: T le wing.spedal'offers for the weekending I
landscape gardening roads
to Lignum Vitae Key early In
I I week yesterday with Mr. H.afternoon.Maddox aboard Mr., bunt Miami.Bargee, .lands cleaned. .See I*.d Ratter, Saturday, May '19.t ,

'baa his ant experience tar wash suits, worth 100 and f 1EO Bors'wash'suits, worth ?5c and 1.00
'IIIh1De and succeeded la landing a Total Loss 801'1.._ .. ...;. :. .. .. ....'LU. at..0' ,. 3.
A report reached the city today ;
In tin -
monsters weighing neigh I
i, Boys wash ,
suits worth f LtS and LN j1I'elll
$ of >.160 poadl;eac'- that the three large barges, which half hole, worth U Me. and Uf **... .. ..t .. .* ...........9SoMen's ,
the tug Sybil war forced to turn loose .. ...... .... ......to t.
[ { .. ... mesa REAL, ESTATE last Friday while towing them from negligee.sblrta, worth scksonrllle to this port were diva Waists, worth ll.ZS and fl.M 75.cents at.;.. .... :..... ,..1Ie ;;
hard on the beach st Boynton and ........ ........ ....t-.u. '
Rent Small furnished bona totally wrecked. The two men that atf- Mens Bolts,[worth $11.00 and :
Boulevard. .Address Box 711 ".... ...! ... ..... 'U'5.
: were on.ODe of them escaped safely Ladles waists, worth $125 and $i.H I ... ....12at.
: :{ sprouts for .sal. at- Maui when It went ashore. This Is quits 3.. ...... .... ... ........INK) Ladles waists. worth and /
Dock. $U5, UMChildmu
: ,_. s'lon severe operations loss besides as the delaying barges exten-were at....... '.*,........ -.. ,.... ..$1.2$ "
; Children* hose worth I5c aDd We '
of Trade Tonight. intended for that .work. They were at .. ...... ...... .......:...IJc Ja ee.. worth 15e aced 20oLadles '
i. I -- 1 Board of Trade meets tonight new and rained at about $3,000 each. .t.... '4'J.'' ,...; .. ...........U.I ., '
city council chamber to discuss walking skirts, worth $100 ,
take action upon 'a number of Tor, Sale -line furniture. Including aDol UJO St...... .... .......$150 walking' skirts, worth :
of rltal Importance to the handsome mahogany piano refrig | and $1M ...... ....$2.00s
t: ; ;; and community among which will enter and chiffonier. Apply fit ttk Ladles walking skirts, worth $&.00 I. \
the ,Question of bonding sanita street', and $7.00 at;..... ...... ....f&CO Ladles walking ,skirts, worth f&M
I" manufactures deepening th. ,and :,..!.. .,........f4.M ".
etc. All members of tw Was a False Alarm White counterpanes, worth 100 at L7S
: : board u well u those of the new Seeing quite ideas..og Coating Table $5.10.t.. ...,..: Me at.....?._.....
.1" are requested .to be present over the Daniel ft Flnley. building on WJ1I e counterpanes, worth UO.t 100
Linen towels, worth' 2Se ......
:: \
E 7:30. 12th street this morning about ten Wh1''
< t o'clock and supposing the building a counterpanes, worth_!JO.t 1.1 J tower.! worth JOe at..12sidor .,
done at the Metropolis. was on are some person bettering In 1.
t at reasonable rates. preventatives called out the department' KnJ Counterpanes, worth LJS. at fl Table Uses worth I5e at........ 1o .
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.It. responded promptly bIn
; I 1 I ."'-wants tt Dst year.prspsrty I the meantime .an",investigationshowed r o
: : > the J smoke from.'the, stackof Cohen, &
f i Got Sixty Dsys 1 1 1i Seybold's bakery, the wind during Co;
i United States Marshal A. It.ewer the ant mentioned buUdlnis --*'
Gore returned Saturday after. .d making It appear u coming from
on the steamer,Martinique from the roof. No damage was done. The 3q3 TWCLHH STREET ?MIAMI. ,FLORIDATHE
.f'r West where he spent all of the "department got a run the people
f : In attendance at the United< a Uttle excitement and a few minutes
: Court The federal prisoner. later everything was quiet and prac- I : DOCTOR'S ADVICE J1-J|
with Hoisting section S24X tally serene sgsln.f. .
statues, by selling.' ngaor REWARDt to' take a' (rlT' every day eertalatr
a license-was convicted, and calls your iittsatloa to 'ftlSMTou
In sentence of sixty day Loat- Pearl.hanJls Smith ft Wesson
.' rerolrsr; SI cat; I 1-J Inch barreL .cur ifford to tab any ...
; 'f Return to this office and receive with. a aid:: manor, W'OIUL W lt'
I repaired and rseorsrs ; reward.. ; do for, you carriage tr:It needs r'+
'. at.Racket Store, { v pairs, what I the doctor and the '

F the sick conveyance a weQ and t -
Steering \ iLeMomli l one. '
steamer Mmrtlnlqu' *, CapUtfa ; 6
which arriTed In port Saturday
,fromb Key West did not & Wonderful Heater: f J. A. DAMN fl...!
the trip, to: Hanna assched, w.
owing to an addent to her ate. ;I =CURES'Iaflamation 421 llevmtirttTMt Miamij ...
: gear.- The pasengers snd frelghl : I \i.i .
: transferred to the steamer Mss- [ Cuts?Bruises, BUrD"Chapped
t ,. and she made the trip Key Skin Ro'llt ness; Black. -
to Hanna and return the ac leads, Pimples and Ecsetna. Keeps
i : to the Martinique being re Complexion soft smooth and fresh '
during the> wait The trip ; i
:'' !" ; to i Miami was exceedingly sesslcK rough \i i\ Price' 25c'i j Miami TransferCompany
: the .
most'of passengers
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: i Sold by: Biscayne DraC.Company
i went out Saturday night on the II, .. .
trip to Key West
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II HMM*, af* tnvaatenls H G. M. DYKES. i
1 I .,229 12th stree t, Phone No. 157 and 1121 Arenne D, Phone 110 f

FUiUIC ACCOUNTANT: J \1' 334-Tenth Street i, Garage and Stable., 11th street, near Are..E. Phone No. 100 .

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F '672" JACKSONVILLE FLA.. Automobilesfor .. :

.. .- hire by the hOUr. day,. week or. month.I Automobile storage l.
: ;repairs and supplies Agents for the famous FORD antomobiles. '
t $ Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
for moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets every train. Baggage l
Ind !
.-. .Dallas d Company i transferred.. ALVorders receive PROMPT! Attention. ,

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41 t.;; sites" for lit. F.La Font see 708.3th, Stl

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estate is safe; sure,of quick returns I I and Trust CompanyOF '


Paid Up Capital 75000. j Surplus $12,000

JOHN ,B.REILLY J. INGRAHAM Insures land titles, prepares abstracts of title.,loans and
invests money on its own account and for others. Acts as
Agent Fort Dallas :Lund!: Vice.PresldentFort Dallas I agent attorney-in-fact trustee assignee, executor re-
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