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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00371
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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IN.TH SHENANDOAH COLLIERY if ; \ O'clock' -No Prediction of Result y: LARGE CROWD ATTENDED THE
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*co. TODAY' ABOUT FORTY MaN ,,; \f .TheOthers; ?r i for Offense. CH CANDIDATE WAS'.ROUND.

J IMPRIION&D'IOM& ARE The prlniiry'election In lllaml today, throughout the forenoon. With this LY CHEERED HUDSON BURR
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: AM Inconvenience an average of about sixty
x for the purpose of nominating Congressional i
t votes per,hour were cast SPOKE ALSO
D DIt Legislative and eo111 t7' officials. -i
f il !JSt: Petersburg. May 15A draft At this rate It would have been Imposslble'to -
t r I I Governor N. p. Brow] who U at
the from the Is pasting off quietly other than r
of'the reply to speech poll an the qualified votes West Palm Beach this "
morning authorized
throne at the opening of parliamentwas for the general political IIIter at'.III In the precinct but Mr. *J. C. Bur the publishing and sending

submitted to.the lower. house of the same What had been previously I teshaw, supervisor of registration who out in form the
drcnlaf following
:: ghenandoah. .Pa,, May -, b'U'. parliament today. predicted [would prevaiL compiled the, list, was pressed Into warning to voters against, the givingor i Several hundred Interested citizens

i'T." -. plosion of gas.occurred at the Shenandoah W'cowlII practically 'of' ten demands Early tajs morning the candidatesand service ,to'assist la the location ot acceptance of bribes, etc. la oanectloa ,a majority of themvoters, attended

of ,the Philadelphia a: as follows: general amnesty their workers were astir and pre names, when the number of votes pet ,with the primary election the political debate between 'Hoa.. :
coHery the death penalty suspension paring for lhe fray. Carriages were hour Increased.
abolition of were considerably -
Coal Co- today. the same being Ja accordance: with the .George. A. Worley and HOB. J. W.
i Reading or the martial law and exceptional gotten out; decorated with banners Practically all business was sue law
state all
;; Sixteen men were la the mine at"the laws;'fan clrte liberty abolition of and set agoing. Every available pended this morning no one having governing f general elec.dons. Watson at the court 'house last Bight '

; time but It Is Dot yet bon It any the Council of Empire. revision of the vehicle ; bat class was In ,service time for anything else but politic, "':00 will be paId by me for the arrest :meeting Mr. T.and V. Introduced Moore presided the at the
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; Fire boss Sam Howell fundamental saws, establishment of as well at"a; number of private rigs At 2 oclock this afternoon 460 vote of speakers
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killed. conTjctions
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were any person Mr. Watson speaking Star; He recitedhis
or the responsibility of ministers rightof automobiles, and even a number ofwagons had been polled and many others were bribe
first of the men taken out giving a for a Tote or votes at experience
"if" was the Interpellation forced appropriation were pressed Into use: Upon waiting In line. the elections as a Legislator defined -
He,1s ,badly burned. guarantee of rights to the latter tilgns and The primary to beheld May his platform explained his rote oa t
of lands and a were placed they inspectors serving are H. Dale 15. and June IX; 1104.f < the railroad
rate bin. |and answeredcertain
7- this hour Is surrounded unions. driven ab9Ut the city. Miller. Charles Graves Thorns '
:: ; The mine at trade, and roo will be paid by me for the arrest
been
charges that had made
" by_weeping women and children the At the tPalr 'bunding-the polling E. Cheatham. with C. P. LetteU' u and conviction of any person accepting against aim. He received
; majority of them families of the men GERMAN SHARPSHOOTERS place-"a: large number of workers and clerk. frequentapplause.
rote at
a bribe/or a said elec }
-;: la the mine at the time of the explos OPEN FESTIVAL lpeetatora;bad assembled and when :. Immediately after the closing of tion. I$100 _, '
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Mr. Worley followed and defined
ton I the poll .. opened at 8 o'clock, a the polls at sundown this evening the '
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I me and
Later;' It Is believed that between '-Augusts- GafMay 15-"The annual crowd 'of [ISO or' more persons ,were canvas of the votes will begin and It every arrest and conviction of a fully his platform. and| attacked Mr.
person Watson's vigorously.
record He ta
thirty and forty mea are la the mine.A German Schnetzenfest of the German present: Mr. Charles H. Garthlde secured will be late In the night or early voting Illegally at said election.
jetted wit and humor Into his remarks
. '.. ;. black damp explosion following the Sharpshooters' of this State opened the,\.honor of casting the: first morning-before completed. Nj B. BROWARD. GOT. and received demonstrations
A la preventing prompt and will ballot and,he followed by It Is for forecast r numerous
gas explosion, at the Schnetzen: Park: today was numerous Impossible anyone to -
At the conclusion of his remarks
, rescue. Two men are dead at the last two days. The attendance Is others la rapid snccesion.: the results as all of the candidates
Excursions to Havana Mr. Watson allowed five minutes
\ bottom of the elope very large and some of the best shot The clerk wu put to considerable are making a hard fight and was
Beginning with tomorrow's selling la which he answered certain charges
In the State are here to take part In trouble bathe list of qualified,voters polling many votes.
of the steamed Martinique the P.* made by Mr. Worley |The debate ala
o DOUBLE INSURANCE RATES the contests. The festival Is la the being on separate sheets and necessl Reports from other ,precincts, especially
O. 8. 8. Co, win Inaugurate > whole was Interesting aad
a wrat appreciated
.ARE BEING CHARGED nature of a popular, feast, and theGermanAmericans toting much handling la order; to locate West Palm Beach show that
lea of excursions from this city to by the |
of. this city have the :Hame of electors u they fully as much Interest is being manifested cro"'d.r
Havana, Cuba a fare of to.40 for The evening concluded with short
i By Certain Cempanlee on San FrancisCo. made special efforts to provide amusement came up for ballots, and a long line as here. and that a large voteIs .
the round The sailing dates speech from Mr. R. Hudson Burr candidate
Wake entertainment for of voters Were kept waiting their turn being rolled up.
Fire and pleasant
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will be May !" I'. Zl and 36. Inclusive to succeed himself as RailroadCommissioner
thousands:who have come hereto ;
the ; good to return June 1. from Hall. of the State. Mr. Burr f

Baa 'rue1 eo.- J-lI-' Certain attend tae. festival _The; amusement Tana Mr. F.i ; ,Jolly traveling pas explained his official acts, and recited'various ,*i

Insurance companies here are charging program Includes a concert thisafternoon CARPENTER WAGES ARE INCREASED senger agent pf, the line will be la reasons why he should be returned .'

>I double rate for Insurance oa local an a dance la the eevenlng. Havana and meet all steamers taking la the tame capacity

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.business over what was' assessed before the visitor* la charge and personally

oa fire risks. Revival to Close conducting them about the city NEWCOM -$UGH
. One reason they'assign to that the The revival 'meetings,_.h eb.have :I and to all polati of Interest Those ,
ON RAILROAD [ WORK
" water pressure: Is.atfll weak, and .. been In progress during the put three. EXTENSION who leave here on tomorrow's steamer I Popular Young Couple! to be -Wedded e.j:

are alarm service Is weeks at the First Methodist Church ,
.. other that the he will conduct to the reInauguration I at Six O'clock .
out of order. Persona seeking Insurance will end with this evening's service. r of Ben Tomas Eitrado Palmer I
assured however' that The evangelists J. )(. and M. J. Harris. .I I .t
: are as President I of Cuba which take "_ One of the most prominent: events
- the rate win1' be' reduced" when aO will depart tomorrow morning for!I place at noonJ Sunday. May %0. The la society circles this Season will take '"
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normal conditions have been restored their home In Evanston, m. The meeting Men Wi I I Get 2.50 Per" Day Board and Lodgings-Laborers to Cuban trip at$this season of the year place this evening at !6 o'clock: when ,
baa been a most helpful one, and'I i : ; la more delightful than at any'other. Miss Assess Sllgh. daughter of Mr. -

BURNING' UP CARS.J' Rev. and,, Mrs. Harris'have won, for '. G.l $1.50 DaylndSam Accommodations and all who ran should avail them and Mrs. R..> 8. Flanagan, sad Mr.
themselves 'large circle of friends a -Prepare
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Newcomb will united la the
t selves of the opportunity offered by George be "
< ::; Pennsylvania fairway Company. .BurnInjlUp ; la.;the.various churches of.,Miami. It : ; the P. O. 8. 8. Ceo to Indulge bonds of holy wedlock
; that the .D ttioliiforPier-Bnilding! Nearly .Complete.
; Ten.Thousand 'Is i hoped by churchgoers I ; the outing All Information can to-* The ceremony, will flake 'place at ""

evangelists may sometime again I ;' had from R. H. WhltaalL assistant the Presbyterian Church. Rev. W. W.

> Columbus.. O. PenD- If a revival meeting la Miami. hold. agent Terminal Dock: Farts I,officiating- the bride win i

I .syivania Railroad KaT,15net'Company; lattodp :- f] &, ,.* -i n: ?;/tt ,1 ,. be given away by Mr. R.,8. Flanagan. '.4

burning up tea.thousand old freight THE' 80DY' i OF; The East Coast Hallway.extensionomclals the extension from Miami to that city. I The groom will be attended by

, ,. can, which have passed,their stag I have posted circulars offering Other steamers with similar cargoes THE KILLING ,OF fro H. W. Tompklna, and llies'IfdititNewcomb J
sister -of the groom win be '.3
of usefulness and reps Increased-,,wages to carpenters for will arrive at early dates. ,
lost-thousand are being burned.lathe work at $nlght'a and other keys along Preparations for oommncing ,the the maid of honor.: The[ wen art j
,1lCeue
'I yards here and many hare already ': FATHER CAPON : the route,of the,extension..Carpenters .: pier and trestle work of the coetpeay C.<; A. KELLYDetllI UealrL-"Jay Osborne.andrTolII'Roddle Burdlae, I

: become Ashes. Many people supposed : are offered U.I5O'per are now culminating rapidly and within McCook McOahey* .1

the burning was a large conEagratiom. ifr day and[.board and ordinary laborers --a few days It' win ,be ander way. [ As the wedding party eater the churchMr. .

fire to } l.bo and board. Comfortably There .. S. Joyner wm play the beantt-, J
The department 9BI' rat ** \11 $ per-day are .now lying at the terminal t.
: hand to 'prevent ihe: fire "from 'comamnlcaOBg Otekl the uereene4gnarterstwlnfbi[ famlihedthentf 'dock here three large barges fined ful Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus aad aa j
Found Retr OB !3tb;; ,
'; t-t of istrassiflg Accident they depart he'win render Mendels
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.to. property :;? + ** '* ; Uli 1- ; i .i with lumber maehlaery and other material
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I' V ': v..P '-\vII FuIFy IdeatifCd i( TodayEby It Is reported that the steamer Caledonlaarrlved Intended for ue .ta the construction Occurred .sohn's Bridal March.Immediatelyafter. l -
Which Port'onie. the the i
at ceremony )
NAVAL STORK FIRMS at Her West last Friday of these piers and tresaea. and
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WFFEII ttr : :froai*Germany,,with, a e&I'IOoI I which will be towed down wlhln the happy couple win be drives to the .
i1EAVYLO! former
the Lawyer '
!, ; T; ; r 10,000 sacks of eemeut'to be-wsed'on next day or two." ;fu uuday l raIDe- Fort Della Park Hotel where a- y

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reception will be held until the departure

At Giitfpert, Mk.-- iFiertdl: Finn : oCOeceased-- .1
: ;: Lire It Fort lau- of the evening ,train whenMr.
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t THE 'TO. HEAR and -Mrs. Newcomb will leave for ,"
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i priest -- .A derdale. the northern part of the State oa their
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: from-cmfport, Mlss4ader i : h :f' ITH:STRONGLY 1115 _SENTENCE weeks honeymoon which wfll I last about two '-
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.1" destrneOoa yesterday's 'at data that announcej-place of the the total New ,.8t.l'stenbtttg-.May'15:-At the la* OPPOSED.. j ;lTQD Y."j, The Metropolis,has been sent thefofoirtg PARAGUAY TO HOLD

oa the body of(Father Capon .
0rIeau NavaIStop tb..plaatandl ;: quest ; relative to ,
which was found May Uth. near from Daytona __ .1| EXPOSITION
the 8- P. Shotter a: Co. plant the --
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" roRa.a.rda.' warehouse, commissaries OserU,.Finland Argolln. lawyer to the 'P'Blrmlntiam. the killing of C. A. Keller of Fort
The former priest positively IdenOned the Lander dale, at Port Orange by a north Exposition In Character .,. Fair Opened :
etcbeing swept by flames
t't Shotter Co. owa extensive aaval. store body.aa, that,of his former cDent' of.the May devotional 15AlmoIt exercisesat with .Rochester, May 15- The verdict lathe bound F. I:. C. R"y freight- train.. Boaday at Asuncion :
i the endlnj;
heresy trial of Rev. Algeron 8. mornlngjA .
works !n'Florida;: and have headquarters I
la Savannah, fie total loss at Capt. Wm, 1mr'b.Ui"t41EJU.oU' ; the general conference of the Methodist ;young man named C. A. Kelly Asuncion. Paraguay May 15The

'J' Oolfport reaches $400,008. with aa Insurance Key last ThIU'lda7ID01'1i1DC.wltJa! Church. South today, a protest Crapsey, win be delivered the deposed whose parents reside at Fort Landet- I, agricultural exposition arranged by
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aboard his LU- was fllejU; against the action taken minister laid the F. E. C. Rail ;
of 300000. a party auxiliary yacht \ today. dale. down on the' National Agricultural Society of .:,j
lie, and was weather bound there for yesterday voting to appoint a commutes way track three miles south,of Port Paraguay opened here today at the .
;%:* to draw a new statement of Four of the five Judges state that -
several,days returned home St IIdA1. up Orange Sunday morning and was National School of Agricutnre.. The-

: MARSTELLER MULLIKENWashington. The party rather enjoyed their experience the faith;;: -, they believe the sentence to .be pronounced struck by aJ|north bound freight at exposition which Ii the character '

as they were made,comfortableat -.Rer. Charles Armstrong In the pretest on Crapsey will suspend him 7 o'clock. J of afair will remalD open uW Su >;
1* MscMarstellar. 1CIIIe
May ;
< < only" daughter of the late the home of a resident of'the key. asserted that the members of the rom exercising the functions of. the The engine, and twelve cars passedover day JUDe 11. It Includes live plants' 1 a
Captain Low reports the tug Dauntless conference did not understand the purport him. Qne arm was cut off two fruit and cultivated plant prod1leta.
Capt. James Marstellar. was marrteJ church untO he shall satisfy the ecclesiastical
of the motion and that the resolution J'
passing down"Hawk Channel on : deep gashes blade la the back,of his rural Industries d IDdultrtea. poohtry
this BOOB to Mr. Barry Sanderson Mul- Thursday afternoon : en route to ;Havana adopted .authorizes the com: court that his belief and head; four toes on one foot were severed and an kinds 0 machlnery aD'' 1

liken at the home of Major' and Mrs! ',with a large barge In ,to.... mittee'to j draw up,any statement of teachings on matters on which hit and a big hole cut in his back. pllances .te., used : the various .

James Cresap Ord In'Chevy Chase the faltn/.whatsoever, and frame without The train wa, stopped and Kelly was branches of and related 1
orthodoxy has been questioned con
The Rev., Father Buett president,of arrteultrre
Th. P. t 0. S. 8.'eo. announces' ?litigation any expression of the brought to Daytona) and the company's Indllltrles. .
Georgetown"College,:officiated at the form to those accepted by the Episcopal
tt appointment" of, Mrs R.- H. WbltJW1.a. doctrtnatS system they may, .deemed, physician Do1f1ed.Bu lie refused The exposition was'principally planned :,
assisted l the Rev. -
wedding and was >y assistant agent of the company la caned f Of4,;31D' our day. Church. to, have anything to do with the case. I for home, exhibitors, but foreign
Father Shaadelle/'dean of the
faculty.
this city.,, Mr.,Wnltnall has been with The young )Stan was removed to th. i exhibitors were to display
Marstellar Is of
Miss descendant
Benjamin Harrtson..one of the sign- the line since 1900.with the rank of TELEGRAPH TERRIBLE armory where citizens took hold of!I I theIr products' Jle3'ltted restrtetlons. )
OPERATOR'S
/O''ers' of the Declaration of Independence chief clerk to Mr. C.;H. Bradley, gent., DEEDAtlanta > the case and three doctors were summoned '| Cub prizes I be awarded '.:

;: and of CoL Michael Ceeap; a famous at Dlaml'and by competent and efficient -i it r who did everything to save his to home there will
service has won the esteem and I I 1';& -- life but of nqj avail, as he died at 1:16 be a large number ol honorific prizes 'J
f.. officer of the Revolutionary ,War.
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confidence the company; and a deserved I! Monday morning. for foreign exhlblto L America la ;,

i"f-o" CONGREGATIONALISTS '''\' promotion. He will have his ? ay 15- James H., Clark,'!t r not been captured. Clark bad been I Mr. Kelly gr, was notified by wire :, well represented in the exposition. 1

f, .. -- CONFERENCE, office as heretofore, on the"terminal night operator at Caan-ble a stationon regarded as mentally unbalanced and, and came npjjon train No. >9- Mondayand l The most Interestin American die.t .

dock. the K Southern Rail way. a _doxtn last night this condition was aggre took thel body back with hIm In t i i play is made la thi department of ,j jI

is Dubuque I.. ;Mar Is-.. 'The:sixty-: !I miles north of Atlanta last night shot rated by drink. S the afternooi. machinery! and agr cultural Implements. ,j

'seventh annual conference of the Con. 'The libary committee of'the' Wom and seriously wounded S. Purcell, his I I In which America excel an J
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gregatlonal churches of, this State an's Club of .Miami, wishing to get the son. w.ll'; Purcell and W. S Mask, at PRESIDENT APPROVES LEGAL PAPERS II I,other countries w
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-: opened here today. This'conferenceIs ;, Children of Miami Interested,- have Chamblee I t Paraguay: Is a gr at agricultural :

of particular. Interest, as It marks I Invade I a special price for their benefit .i After jthe shooting Clark went to Washington May 15-The President Cotnmlgglo.- State of Florida to L. <:: country end iricnlt re has reacheda J

,tthe seventieth anniversary of the beginning r Those wishing to subscribe for sUnonths the railroad station and compelled today transmitted to Congress the let G. Lyroan t be notary public State]I I!1 high degree of de< elopment there. I

of Congregationalism la this I .will"t>e charged l M( cents'and the agent to give him his revolver ter of Secretary Taft bearing on the at large for four years dating from This expedition is th t lint ever held '

k: city and the twentieth anniversary of I the yearly charge 1I1U 'be U cents. He they walked to Dnnwoodv. firemiles'aWay controverted question a' ha rIght! o.' April 10, 196Warranty I tIll Paraguay and I It a tractinc a great 3

the Women's Home Missionary Union. Anyone Interested children and and killed W. J. Cheek, the Isthmian Canal Commission to eed. L. W. Griffin et ux :deal of attention thro ighont the UD"i

$- The sessions began this morning and I having books to donate same will be I:who refttsed to sell him cartridges. purchase supplies abroad -f they can to Dan Klbb r for $33.:: one and one- try. The attendant' on the opening ti <

i; will continue till Friday evening. thankfully reeel ed.. On account' .He als'4*hot at Nash Cheek who be procured cheaper than In America quarter acre In section, 31, tp. 41. i day was very "tlar l dory and It la

There win be sessions every morning. the Fair Building being '-used for a .escaped; The President comments on the Taf. south rangeWarranty 3 east.leed. 1 expected that It wi! prove a great 'fi ,

'afternoon red evening and many distinguished polling place today the library will Clark-lien took to the woods. Heavily letter by simply stating that the ylewi Fort Dallas Land i i realized It I* *ipc'ed. that nlmRari
I Co., to Rich rd Helderhoff for $150 i expositions' win to 1 HI In Paraguayr' "
aroiej the affirmative lbr I
the In by
.a rneakers. win deliver, ad- be' open tomorrow Wednesday, from: officers are scouring expressed : ::1

'.. fIl'.dreu'!'ra.... 3:30, to 5SO.. .I I woods, feat at, last reports Clark Iii Secretary have his approval,, .'ct II, b'ock 3. north. Miarn"I I i 1'1 every ren. ;..


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,TODAY'S-- PRIMARY ELECTION- i!I :I,I ,Are A now worn by the I Edwin (Gapp/ Shoes : L ,=

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being I !ti" ;h!!IIIII', ami. We have I'
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Is every Indication that unusually large'vote -ppsslbly the l tently advertised these Ed\ifin Clapp's fine ,shoes for.: ." : ,

,heaviest In the history of the county,and State-will be .c. I, I Wf for the past seven years mere are the best you can put .. I '

The' polls opened at,8 o'clock this morning and close with sundown this 1 i: ', i!, !i Ihl!! .and In all this time we- ,your! money Into. They cost .

evening. Previous reports from all.precincts of the county Indicated that 1 1' I ''I'' II I have never had a kick 75c to $1 per pair more at ,"

;,< the"'greatest of_interest!;wm be manifested, though friendliness .prevails ;, I I or' a complaint' about wholesale' than other'makes In -

i- among the candidates In all the contests t! I I them. We guarantee the U., S. and for the ,price ,oft .. j
It Is to be hoped that this Is true and that there''will'be no Incidents j tLJ them Absolutely Pure ." ,
f-.\ 'or.e conduct on the part of any one to mar the election. In Miami this Is almost l ''I "
I worsted with adulteration
i r no 6 00 & 7.00
his workers astir early and as
:' "assured. Each candidate; with ,was .
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soon as the polls opened the voting began, and.has kept, up at" :a,lively rate : i or manipulations 4<00

out the close. : of any kind, to certain Th< Y'are. the, BEST .on.earth. I
i before the complete results t no cotton and to "e "
:
It, will. 'be.tomorrow. ,. and' probably Thursday ; !'
:will be known' but..a sufficient.amount of returns will be available by : throughandlhroughpure 9 -
noon tomorrow'to allow a conclusion as to who have been .ucce lfuL The worsteds of into 18 oz. ROYAL PALM SHIRTS

.etrbpolls has but one expression to make and that Is that the best men will lght. A 'fine assortment : t-
iwd .w Rojal} Palm Shirts for fine dress We have taken
-'' be chosen, In'all tof. the offices to be filled. g N new on hand to I wear-'
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: pick from. Price only pains to have these shirts the best wearers, the best fit-

THE DEADLY' ,CIGARETTE. A; ten and the neatest patterns that could be had. We ask ,

: I you] to call and see how well we have succeeded Price

The 'dreadful conlequence. 'of con umlnc'c:1prettea: 'are.1 commonly : '$6$7 and 8.00 !
: $2.00 and $3.50te'fihest
Ignored In spite of frequent IlJId'rePeated warnings, that we ean--not be-sufidently :- :
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grateful to those who from time to time remind,-u. of them.. Our .. .. r
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:; thanks are due at'present to'a thoughtful and learned writer,Success. a :: : I ,

')(r. a.*a'.: Mardln.,who hasjbeen' at great "pains to cplect a:'.fewrpartlcnlafs.: dq, ERY 'i' Men's Straw Hats Trunks, Bags, ,andStiit

Among other things we'learn,'says;.the Macon News, that:. : ; s tt. "; 1 : k r d "
: ', and deadens the; thinking # fit }
L The cigarette'blunts. .the :sensibilities i : I 1'.r ;# .. '.Hli1 ., Cases
;Th ff risof 'I ,
faculties: .hosiery'ever seen ,In, plalri! straws, roughs sennetts;etc, l'

It kills' ambition,'etc.. q\ kin MJar! D I ;Blg Assortment lri*|lks; !! *, ;See our new Guan panamas. We bought our stock at a big closing
2. :.It Is fatal,to all normal functions. S .; ] l out sale while in New York
; frnerceizeciks/and trot ters Pfjca city
4. It blights and 'blasts'both heaUhland morals., | '; ; They are extreme light, and cool-
and
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can save | Price
you money.
L'It not only,ruins the faculties, but It unbalances the"mind. .

"6.- It'create. In many'i.D almost,Irresistible'' 'inclination',to-ertme.' 25c; to 1.00 Price 50' cents, up. $3.00 up

.These are only a few of the'consequences. 'Mr. Mardin would doubtleuLace .. w ,
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., dealt more at large wUh'the criminal "aspect of the matter If that had ,

;; been his theme. But 1 leave Kin,others," be -
", ; that" moral whic follows the.cigarette :;
side, only 'adding the ,depravity
'
Ii. 1Wfu is something frightful,* and that lying cheating'and Impunity'are "its tAIi'.goods' '.. : ..
marked" ball
''' plain figures : : : Strictly: one price 1
general.results." ._, : T? .
,It U, however with the physical consequences that.be Is chiefly concerned

:;if,"djaretu and the facts nicotine he produces poison"-are note surprising."cigarette"and Bespeaks of What of, casi the strength jbe'jdonewltA'jt "We.stll infest.Us' "- r tJ,,that 1.. t'' money can b r.Wr; rent they t ;world to know' It". :

He'tena.Vthat:, ; have beeijkfflefljhingle; < jrpp ofnicotine. :ilia
." W. can tell him of more terrible things.. 'It has been shows that .

.amhydrous .hydrocyanic-add 4 so'deadly.jlhat.if you 'alp a'glass rod Into It -
and then'merely touch. a"cat'.'BOM the> tat win drop'lead before'yon have : tl 1't i f1 ittJ4TheAnthong I

.'time to withdraw the rod.- We'mention tills fact beea lewd, arty forUM
thai the lcwd'adrocitei'oiA cigarettes:will come forward"with the argument

that nicotine has not.beea"fot a4bt; 'TvUah toba e ;jorj Is1l.t etit5 Romfh Company

prevent to very mini to quantities-:. There is no doubt about the absence of. .
'the''cyaldea. ,'Md'drocVanlcacid Is far more deadly''thai nicotine.. : f
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However,'Mr,.Mardin shows, Dlslnly-enoaibov: .dangerous a;.cigarette. I .. ,. r "
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67 the..ollowing'. ;
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; may-be. ...L
3. .. '"A'chemist, sot lone since: took the tobacco used'Inatl'average dgaretteand i: '
1 o ke.iltbi several! teaspoonfnls of water and then'injected a portion ce ( sr:449'h "fraeral.tervjce- tooktp1aee

,, It.under the, skin.of a'cat'The; cat almost Immediately went._Into convul- .8 fQ : SNIG11UONORD, that. afternoon M. 1.
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: ".. s'A e /KiJ ia4 1 -ifDn: : : Misses j J. YarborojjgjhContractor
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stoma, saddled. In fifteen minutes. Nellie and Julia Knowles left OB tie
,The moral Is that cigarettes should never pn any account bY taken as steamer Clinton ifbrv":a month's visit -

...an InfuslaHor'should:they yer"b.'adinl. *: "*, later- ''hypoJermatlcallyl' .. :.They to Jacksonville. u ,, arid Builder
should;be smoked. ."" .., Mrs Claude Roberts and daughter,
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left
Miss Maggie Roberts Thursday
Bidder
of the Palm Beach Hotel
.L evening for Demorest Qs Mrs Roberts
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will Join her daaght Hlldawaa
OF HIGH DEGREE.
.AN ASS
11 1U >0 (Y CITIZENS OF KEY WEST has been attending school: In Demor House Moving''a Specialty

: |wiTH FINE\BUGGY:FOR .Hl' EFFORTS est and,together they, win" spend the,
summer In that city. !
from-or : I| IN ENDING THE CIGAR .MrIL a Hasklns and Mr. P. J. MeMahonhave Miami. FloridaVrn..Carry's

< ; ,STRIKE -OTHER NEWS returned from Tampa
Jacks's heehaw, :'' '". . : I' where they went to attend the second
"We only regret that the,presidentjiher-calling off.Father Sherman's trip I iannal convention of the State Council i
I of the of Columbus
had not sent'a whole division down there to march back and,forth, .between Knights
The bazaar for the benefit of the II 'Sons.
Chattanooga and Savannah for the rest of his term." Metropolis Bureau Home :for the Aged at the Armor

,1f a'longer-eared.specimen o(Abe utntne, ,)persuasion; than'this Cnlcago ,Key West. May IS. continues 'each evening. There hat
f. editor can be found we ahouU like to lee him trotted ouL-sanuab Press bee a large attendance and the vsrl Key West FloridaHBADOUARTERS
..,Dr: J. B. Maloney received hU new
refreshment stands
object not the people'of South, out booths and FOB
We to the author of this Insult only to the
bt.U1 several days ago. It was made bar, been well patronized. The indications -
but of the eountJ7. who'as whole, condemn;sectional utterances, I
to those a j
ft Studebaker and Is a masterpiece are that the bazaar will bea Ship Bu
s"" being classed,as an ass of high" degree. There are"thlnp tower'among The harness is financial success The Light Guard Chandlery, lldlnq
Sit workmanship
.k God's. creations than an'ass'snd' t\ij,with the lowest ,of the,low'that ,this Band each. evening, renders severalselections Materials
$ Of All
'j|irass mounted. With the harnessjLa'bugjy Kinds
which adds to the
greatly
fellow belongs.He took good, cue to be.inChicagowhen, ,. .the,insult was '
was:presented a whip, tie pleasure of"the entertainment The
made but there are a million or more of the people In this Southland and
Co J and Ice Steam maria
handle of whicn fs'real Ivory.wlth roll bazaar will' continue .through. the Railways, Macliia SkepaForK
of ,
especially along the'1Ine'he would haves division troops march, who'would ; week.
i .. make him wish he had ne" r been born: were be to present. himself :l bands and above it, woven In the whip The Light Guard Band gave a dance
,,,49| "Presented'to Dil. All kinds ot repairingBoiler and Steam
the Inscription j' at La Brisa last Wednesday evening Fitting on oe done at the
'and make,It known among them.
IF., B. Maloney, by one of his .many for the benefit of the California suf shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanic
'
e friends. Sam Hall. j ferers. The street ear company also
After today the fellows an can'subside and the campaign, rooter da--
S This ontflt.was presented to Dr. Mahoney ro-trlnnted a percentage<<: of all fares
c ,vote himself to taking' "a back seat for a while. by the citizens of Key West as ,C..In.eted.durlnc. the entertainment 1 W. J. Brown
00, I. mark of their apprrclatlon'for his '
;: This is the day"we',believe.:some freak prognosticator'selected for an I?Vslnahle assistance gIren.In bringing STATE SHOOTING TOURNAMENT -T:

earthquake, tidal wave or. some other dire calamity to'etrlke or hurl itself the cigar strike to a clpse.H ,,
) When the crisis was reached andThe }Hlron. Pa Mar 15- The sixteen- "
this the'orld.. He"bad advised } 4 jj
of ,4.
been
upon part probably that a-pri future prosperity of the city teen*h annual tournament cf the Penn
: ? mary election'would" be' held'In Miami May 15. and drew bis deductions I from Jm>etened.*Dr: Maioney did not hes-' trlvanla State Sportsmen's Association !
Sanitary
!that,fact 'rr ate to sacrifice! .self Interest for the opened here today under the ans-! j .
.' .."' ;-' *lfa'-e' of the commonwealth. He 'I,,p'ers ct the MilMa Ro'1 and Gun Ont>> I t
Jook the lead and notwltaisctanilnr! I It -win !ast! four days and Judging' :
,.
of the merchants'wonder "is that others
Some -hyn are Coins'extens'Te' ,Threats-against life and property lei froTi the tame number O' entries prom- : Plumber,
t I- advertising' 111 -the- newspapers,- The people"are.jwtdlng, 'thf .,vertls'ig' lite citizens to a glorious victory. II! I ',... to be line cf the most Interesting
,r because,it is "new everyday.contains prices and facts that'are Interest g.Soaie. ara. for thins great work that they events of that kind ever held In this %-t
l' .people The Uttledauhtf'rof Mr. and Mrs i iitm -+spas cf ie IMiron Pair Asociatlon.: '
that :fallacy,as a:Jive naerphanVcan. create a de;rand for'geada _
Is a ; ,by.attr c-
,
f .Collins, died lastVe3nesda;- j 'a-'y valuable ;prizes will be contested 1019 Ave. D
jive advertislng'-morf.any time.-Tampa Herald. MiamiiI
; mornIn;? aftera, long Illness from crop f r-r. .

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; DAILY "IAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY, MAY_15, 1901. PAGE -THKE8

iMV"S' .
-THO,:W." MATHER.- '

,, MIAMI nJ01UO\P!,f! If OttAMATION. t a' l ,. .. ...
and My4rtuHt Kngtuttr. resolution of,ttt dty'council'ot if, ," ., i":'f

pimping; atttl eIII1.tovtra...., taaka calraalstd, gas- the city of Mlmi prodding that tot 1 1b

black pipe at vholtaals. Special proclamation of tbs Mayor of' said r- _

t :, designed and bath ActmtAottTltat dtr.*ftTlac notlc., of'an,tlteUoa to ; Ji\O b lJi.t ',".'P. t.'r. ;
I ,-: .,- } ygl. Gas Otanatora. be held lntt Hty of MUml.:'on'th* .. ''!-'" '. .- ,. '.<,.. .
t I fourth Tutsdaylia May A. D.. ISO*. :
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payas.oa de E2 OVl f J *amt being the fed''day of sail month -""7- : ';;"' '..
ami Skilling'Rink for tatpurpbst' >& mbmlttla=",tomtit ; .. 'j;:", "
ATTORNEYS AT ] .
.. said .
j .m.......la aU.............. (1IaI1! &'rfltered-ToUrt of and ': .' ,,"
1. bs.istsss0iwstr. .-tilBttHB. city tit ansUobf the lure nit it : v

LID4 'ImM. of On* Hnndreii i{.Thouiaad bouts ,; .'..,.. 'it r: ... 'k.,.',,":'
( 11 ,
....aoasr. KIaaIo J'I $100X100.00) Oft7'; bOu41.'b 'tyieid e> I :. :; r; l'< .. f
;;.0, ,'1 to t. 4 .r, k. 't J. '
i upon tJae'JD1utM of this eoaacH and ) :' '., ::, 1- (:
IL IL ICyxotra r. S tt 10 a. m. ftr begltlasopMaaisae that the same bI bI1aha4 for she ptrJoj ,; '".: ." ; .c.. -i;
J Seymour'& Atkinson M.OptnTU of thirty diyi'prior to said tlteUon "F .,1 t.:".; J
lip. .. ,
: Attorneys and ...' afttrnttn rtttrvtd ftr Uctta M rwjulred lav.Bt ,jnir 4
Counselors At Law.4 ..' ftrtntoii rtttryttl eMMrta It Resolr{) by tht dty council' <
INSTRUCTORS of thi'city of j tlaml: .;

trial- stir ot.u cMlpnctlcaU* f 4f i an- ....... 10 ctnts., Skatlitf II seats :That,w otic-wine'proclamatloa athe Vacation Needs }

..Rooms 5,6,7,Friaaell Bid;.,, Wttt oT let racttfy. Upttalr .Bon.- .Tob i.1I'en.'mayor of th.
city o: lUamlat this tht ngnlar
CAN- HELP YOU'TO' MAKE meeting of th'dty. .council.of. said
G. A. Worley YOUR HOME city, bold on till 11th day of hay A. tow ..
AND COMFORTABLE D. ItOC whiclaald; proclamation No matter where you go when you go, or long 'you stay you'll need to be provisioned

Attorney at Law lire can furnish. you with useful la tht :tollowlaf. words. and tgurtt.I properly with clothing and furnishings to enjoy complete comfort. This store

310 J,.Twelfth St. Miami rnamanttl anicltt for every town: 7. & Is amply prepared to supply every want lg) this connection-with the essentials and ft
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.. from the parlor M tile Wteh- .SptdaTXltciion: Proclamation of all the I lesser "fixings" and at prices consistent with good quality. For Instance
Flttwr Fots, Jardlnltn, door Mayor of the JtT of Miami and No-
: Geo. M. porch' imsts.,,rugs tics of the saint. f fSm
,' .. mata, Don't fall tt "ass our I To tht Vottrsf: the eta of Miami.
'rttuevm.,P'I& seeking wart, Rtctdna., and tht PubUC at Large: Suits
Attorney. and wart, mlxlnfl bowls.and napkins 1.'John Btwan, mayor of tea' city Outing j.
.\ 'AtLaw I of ..Miami la [fcoaformlty to Btctlon 1
WUJ poetic*.U til C.WH. MtM. *' U4f > 6, of an ordlaaact pussy by the city I T*
& Tom pkios council of thtfclty of Miami the 1 \
11th day of April. A. 1X106. sod oa sfca- stylish things in genuine homespuns) blue;buck and gray serges and flannels ,

Hudson 111 ed T. H. Whtrton prtaldent of the ,' superbly made, ready to put on and wear, and they will wear., $5.50. $650, $8.00, $10 .,
&
Boggs 5 and lOcVariety city council atttattd by M. R. Kellom.: 1
clerk of said city' and apprortd tht I .
Attorney.at Law 11th day of May. A.'D. 1>OC. signed!
;: Townley Bnilding/Miun4' ( ISipre'. John S.wtn. mayor and tatttltd: I Negligep Shirts .1
; JIB ordinance anthorUlnf the lane .
> of Ont Hundred Thousand Dollan of,'

.: p T. 6T10
J _. w.sZMorwnaaa I for suchf?: arpo.. and proridlnfj'

.. inusr torso AwtC'soh atfeet for Me the and method further o 14("1aolJ1DC conformity such to election the city,t I'! Underwear, Hosiery; j Neckwear, Headware .1 a aAll

VIa,". .. TIXBIDA. charter of aidlty,, hereby rlrt notlct'' .
.' and the samtils; hereby proclaimed sold at tempting prl es for best grade goods -j;
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Dr. James. M. Jackson,. that a Sptdaj3Election will be held. Your honest dollar will always find an honest bargain here I ".1
I'll. Wire For You In the dt7.ofclKtamJ.. State of Florida ) -
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Offlc C.Mrr2lhSLttJAri.BOpptsfiaBakyoiRal on the fourth Tuesday May,
A.' D.1901. |the urns being tilt ttd j :
.' '.Phone. 176 day of said month, for the purpose of I :

,Moors 3 t1 X tL 7 b S p.:" submitting"oter'of the to City the qualified wjutered' .
t "H.BROWN of Miami the Quettioa.of :
:', ; the lane' of One Hundred .
DR.w.. B.RUSH.Offlee Thousand Dollars of City Bonds of I: .R W IRh 0 dI. as

CONTRACTOR-- -- the i city'of. ttlamt. state of Florida..1 t t t ;
m-ltth srsd'Pbon.43.B.ald.asq No person ihall be allowed to TOte: -
..nil sa; 1113. : AYCRI C ._ la said tleetloM:who la not a 1'eI1Itere41: "
yom of the city of Miami and a resident
aLLMt ; of satd'jeity: ., and who shin notowl Clothier; and IVDon't en's, Furnisher
real estate situated within the .
limits of-saU dty: upon i,which the
: J. I".- F. Mullen. M. BISCAYNE. taxes have keen paid for the yea I
1J05. and 1I'ht.1haD not oe a qualified forget the Number 322 Twelfth Street. Miami Florida
Offlet: Booms-S and 4rrlstell elector In another respects under the t .
BuIMlnc .IR GCOMPANY' charter of tn city and tht ordinances 1 .
thereof. -;
Boon 10a.rn.toUm. S to 1 p. .
Tbe Inspedprs and clerk who shah )
Btndtnet Ml loth street. I conduct aid,election sbs l'ba aa tot .. :..

jrT FRED BUTTER t't lows:. Il1Ipecj ton. A. J. Kolb:R. J.Mathers Ij 'C 0 ... :'
ct'cChu.; A. Mann Clert.1 "
-- John.B..Chtatham. "
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0.aeral.Contractor, The polls 4ban be open at I odock.!I .
: J ''; '" -""4!: and close at1um;;; -down.. I !
: I The baDot to be used ba'aa1J election ;
w .w.. ,.......Dr. ..JecI... !aldewaUc. . I : shall or' prepared. by tU city The But Dallas. National Bank
I Medicine: eouncfl andl tihall' bt In tile follow"tqrorm
: : "tor' .City. 'Bonds' and a
W? G. .M Yn rd 'Aialnst City;Bonds." ? ,' *"* ." ti& ,
aiADuATOPTIctAHwith In medicine be careful I The Inspectors appointed'to conduct ; :! > bst>* im :' ;
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j said tlectlodfmay require each elector 677'4.J
$ ion.Jwwl.nA.M.ap i :
MaynardGEO.
In arhat.yotJbuyandwhere offering to rote at said election to .
Mealwywtosta: yogi buy; .It'Jt &7" I furnIA'PT ot that said elector possesses -- L I t ... _. :
: the re : not o n1 fjmportan!thai; Jeftned. : > &' .
L. MCDONALD ''
t
election
.. Bald ihan be helJ at the
QID IqIuIrl' you: :get'::the..:.freest Vl7 city I han tn :ftht city of MlamL Unlt&t States DepositorY: :::1::: Depository i Stale of florida'"

.......taa4 M1tl.YtK LIM....... ties; but also that yowl I That:"said of Qty cOne Bond Hundred,..>prorided ThousandDollars the V

j OOOOAXTJT OBOTX.-1X1. get goods that'give you. Issuance of tie same be confirmed bytvo4hlrda j n '''!n'C't' i ..
at!the voters parttdpatnca -. \
C. DcUAKHO satisfactory results;;.are- said tlecOoa. said voters parUd- i "' .
WALT aa'reputatlon forflutdshtgsitlaiuf pacing .naU4ed. .as'herein prescribed ,
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.a.roh2COO'C. hive ,shan be Issntd and sold la tht several !Report of wrvlitlofl'on'Aprfl6th.M r 906;as reported to m

s. _, .. >I ,. f t o ry, :amounts and j;for:tat municipal 'par. .

1210 Aye.'C 'Miami; :! and .Reliable. Goods.: .;poses Tor:u'tht follows jnjrpost, to: rlt of: constructing' .:;,. the (join fr ryy Ner,of the (Currency-.Gond. Rsed .
rr:: }
.,. and maintaining system of -
I r'lli&llIl"1T'"ltL-..,._ a atwtmnor '
; for otherwise piwnotiaf the health \ :1'ai q1r' Y' 04 .Ji ,
T IeCbapfaan 'of:the-city[rto the amount of Thirty "'"" ,Ii

R ,Thousand qD&n,-(t.ooo.oo\.to. be ., Qesources' .
f 1F.W.CHAPMAII, PrpK'.] ,
called aad:ktowa M Sewer llca4&.ijFor -
.tIII.... UNf'CANDIfSAND ." '. .
Sawa 1t$ w I&7. 8pedaI '
G..e........tie.o.t.ro I r...... : the purpose of optatnfwUtBmi: I

..-t...&Mt n .u.0... aaaI W,.faUc....,till >. CIGARS. and paving ,,the streets' sad sidewalks Loans and, discounts.......... ....................:....$422,070.60 '
....w.t.w,.,....Si to.tru.Q..a of the city ;to the amount of.Twenty '
; laudq.a lq"' OcMfttatklsvc""t Thouand -:Donan 'ftSOJXW to bt Overdrafts, secured.;........... ......................... 18,747.78 r1U t
_J Deltsy. -.. 4I- called and known. aa Street Imprort-, ; .
meat Bosrdsjr 8., 'Bonds, and premium........... ... ......*.e. ',71,000.00 111.
:
L'3, Car; 12 St..Ave D For tht parpoet of erecting a public ,{ .: '!: ; : zz, "
A.W. ,Graham. b1dJ4bI<<.'to:be constructed of Miami Other stories Bonds...... ."f !':****"- ,41;OOO.00, ,
,
v""jij" i1, \
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tht'amount of Thousand i1
rock to Twenty -
Contractor- and ''B,' lld' Dollars.;tWO.OOO). to bt called sad Banking. 'House_ ...... .......: :; .rrt..: ....".""\..7j 1..Jr.lt.;.._...1.'f': '" -

'. Satisfaction.GarantNd 'Now-Ready to'Hurnfsh! known For the u purpose,City;Buflda of f *fhti;:Bon-U..frftt.T"*,.- Due. from banks and v*U. Treasurer rr .- i. :..;:.-...-- ,74,65792

1.-. .a.tu....a...M.....'wok... aM tar rue p.ut jwa. aM. Tribune, .Snell ment talnlnc to andgnlpping that:.... of a J'Ifteea.'l'IIou-Tire Depart : Cash'in vault. ................... ............................. 47,758.83:
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,,wU tall y b f.Expert glary JI : and DoUax (11.000, to be called andknown -,- ,, .' _"...""."',.,,,.., ,. -- .". $725,235.13t
u y'$re Department Bonds. ; .
,and
other ,
.
.. For'the. rjiurpott of. opening ,constmctlnx. 1, J '' ,
Typewriter I
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,. ; aad malntalng public parks : k ,

Repairing: of,Bicycles dtylimits.and.'promenades the located amount within.Flfttta tht ;," ;. S Liabilities. '* :.!' :' .

Thousand Dollars ($11,000). to bt call : 1'; ..l: .: -.- .. ; ; ? '-

'tVe-C 'PRESTON ed sad known as'Park sad PromenadeBonda. Capital..i..i........... ...............::..::.:..$100,000.00 :
304 9th St P.'O. Box M h 3'Surplti3
Said bonds shaU bt Issued la'Art and undivided profit; ...........-d: :...,:.... 6,766.67 .
to-wlt The Sewer .
different series : ., .. .
(,- Emit A. ;Chmann ionds. numbered from one to thirty National Bank Notes....... ...'r.......:;........:..:......... 5 2,000.00 .
nduatre Street Improvement Bonds :
{ .j.jI III a *erle; : numbered from, one to, DEPOSITS.. .. .... ............. ......._.................566,468.46 .
?, Architect. I twenty. Incisive: Qty Building Bonds
< ,a a .erteli).from one to twenty In- $725,235.13
c1f: West Palm Beaoh elusive; Fire Department bonds In a .
x bicycles and other series front .01I..to fifteen Inclusive: I. i. I
are the best stan Park and ?Promenade Bonds la a ser '
I Merritt&Kolb lei from one to fifteen. Illelull..Said I
rd goods on the market. bonds shal'ie: issued In denominations The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers old and new 4very
Real' Estate, Rentals, of One Tiousand Dollars ,each and, (
favor consistent with sound and loping
deas accomodation in
andr other rues. hill bear tolerant at the rat of fire banking every
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MaaagrJ j jATC. Brakes fitted old per cent >fr annum and snaU with their balances and financial standing. 'i I'
C. near 12th St.. Miami r- to .'lure and become payable thirty IIIIfoI l i I.
All work guaranteed rom the Late thereof. and shall be I
,DR. E. M. LAwDENTIST' sold at notless: than their par,Taint
new, wheels' tor'rent
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.- !I 12th Street, Blue Front at :i we.. J!i>J John ...en. I Ii I Wm. M. Drown,, President Geo. R. oomph ashier 1f

Finley Building. I Mayof' of the City of Miami t.
Artistlo Work Thoroughly '& Clark .
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I MM.?fl. growler;: arrived today British Schooner Valiant I
I from Key \V t'and will be the guest r Kibe British schooner Valiantfroin I .' e f r-u p --' ; E' '" : a.
:t should be -the chief aim of bank managerto make their re- of her!Ijion. CJ. Duncan Brassier for a I. Blmlnl British; West Indies arrived! "j -Detigners :nhe'ie Spring tyie.'hiatre :
{.pective institntioaS"strong,' and to'keep them free fr?m unavailable ) : few..w&ks. vjiBrossirr 11"tr. la port yesterday afternoon and 'I*1' .,! A- in'..ilk. and andlsiiabledasee'Not only should thercapiu.ie / .. $ .. rd anchored off the terminal dock. v'1, < *;. weight miterIals.p .
) kept unimpared but,"surplus fond should be created from.!! --want*.to list your property I i't y,. "' p .1
;She earnings that will Abe"'protection to the capital and-to 6e-< r".u I *J.* *+ '' f Wanted Clean; cotton ran at this ,
'poaitors in the trying times that sooner or later overtake all 3lrs. tV. J. DUcoll was among the office.Qens. Ladies r iioting DepartmentJ.a11I :
There few items if that look I ;
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; aDking'institution. any arrivali;thli morning from Key West. :
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letter upon a balance'sheet'of bank than a large surplus aad /While is the she will Jacksonville .. 't.
; city be the guest to ....
confidence .it is i 9 8* i.FocttreeU carriajeyand,evening costume*,
for it
bone .10 well: calculated sto secure public, ; Ur&and ,,
of Mrs'>Armstrong of the> 'lIr. Denny the. efficient dispenser .
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!\herciorenon all account the best policy to accummulate such afund I rUnct.e1.! j of refreshments at the Blscarne'drag; ,"4 waists, for gowns and coats f ; C i' **t ti
"as possible 'even- if dividends to stockholders'save "
rapidly, '
store for the past several months,
to be} kept'down to a:Law rate for a time The wisdom ofShis I! Wanted- Clean cotton rag at this has resigned his position and returnedto i .232-Ywditb.Sttee: -. ;Miami- '- 'i [ ,
is seea inthe provision of the Na ional Bank act for the ac- office m Jacksonville to accept a similar po st"r 't '"t .. .1

jcnmmnlation:of and maintaining a surplus'of at least 20 per ct. (' '. sition. ., l 1 I i .w.. T, __ .., .. M'w ,i.L4'" &'-:!
m.the cap i lofthebank.-Ptatt'dDt$4st.= at.Bank'gLaws'0a. -- -- '
.J.J e:* *Jf' J t ItJeorgJ1, food; Xlmanies fellow and cigar a possible mann.'acHirer candidate --I Anything you want done 114..110.1
I or the "Has teens." arrived sewerage.landscape gardening, roads
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First National Bank"Or'MIAMI tin the|pity today .rom a ten days' built lands cleaned. See Fred Butter.I!
Thq -- t "Conch Heaven." I :..uamiI NewiSpring.6'Q;4 ds
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: r'' BROillER. means REAL ISTATB ,' Elks' Convention .
r. Professor R. E. Hall b.t"Georle 4 .
three ye rs of its existence has accummalated surplus funds !i ,- Gomph leave, tonight for Jacksonville : .
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olSEn,; THOOAXD DOLTAis and undivided profits over six,THOU- Caugh' ', -Tarpon I I to attend the Elks' convention of the. itGofieiisStreet! i
.AND DOLLARS, which rnake -total1 of THIRTEEN>Ts0091NDo3LAtasor 'rlae fuls111g yacht Buckeye General State which assembles there as delegate ,, 'Store ,
$ twenty-six jer cent of the capital of the;"Bank;.- i jShaUu'owner..' returned yesterday I I ,from the local lodge. From { i
afternoon from a lengthy cruise to there Mr.- Hall will go to Columbia. The f Allowing spieclaroffers'for J I
w points tJa| the. lower coast, where a 8. Cfor a short stay and Mr. Oomph ) theweek',ending :
I conquest against tarpon was waged.It t will continue. to New York for a .two ..-.< : ... .. Saturday May' 19. "
--; --- -- -,. -- 1* portej that seven of the game week's'visit ,- ,fit

. ... . I monatey; were-. taken, '# *i', ..1111'. '
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- .. .. -'s.- r. "* .j I.l.f'; For Sale -Fine furniture Including Boys 'wish., ult& worth. tOO 1M Boys wash auDi, w rthftt 75e.and $1.00
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t. ,- For Rent .... Small furnished house handsome mahogany piano refrigerator atj, f.. a|,r s -" ,$179 fose. .. .. ,.....C9eL25 t
Borl-.III
I ,and chiffonier.. Apply Ul Ita ,: salts,.w rah $ aad.LIO.Ladles'Waists .
on Bo ,levar". Address. Box 733 Men half 1 worth 12 l-2c and 15e at...., .. ,. .... .... ...
street. ,
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To Reieu. Barges : t't'ft i ;'J I Mea's negligee smria.: worth'65Q'tDd .
Meeting Was Postponed .'. .' fl.ZS and fl.SO '75 cents t.J..4, ......
The :Jog Sibil. .Capt.Jan Ross .who, _
Olrg! to lack of attendance j.-
succeeded Captlaa Avery master a ant at.. ...1.... ...... ......IL18 .
as J those present desiring to attend the Mens' Suit, worth ,Jll'.OO: and"112.00 :::
.i : ''Ii went ii> the coast this morning to' Ali kal rally at the court house the Ladles waits worth $t25 and $2.50 at.... .... .... ... '. .....$$
. D ake"to rttempttaTe two of the : OOf.i
::$!:*it&S of the Miami Board of Trade .. i. :
; 1 three t urges she lost;'during the blow i scheduled for last night, for the consideration at. + ;H.r. f wr.1.f.5 Ladies waist's.,>. .orjh".1L75sad' .'|2.00 '
;: 8S0'Ofll. last ItT. raday. "These crafts are out of important matters af- atChildrens...n.... .:...... ,.j.u, ;' ;
t the.tejWh at Boynton.t Oaa ii a total'i Childrens.hose,,- worth 25c and,. 25c 1 -' ;-
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j .ectln the development and growth \
a and Bother Itu. ./l.f..V.-4: .-: ..:..::..I9e
loss while the two art j' of, Miami, was adjourned until next ; hose! worth. 15c ,and 20e .=
badly damaged, It la believed -they Monday night when full attendant skirts. *- at.... /.i'.v... .' .....";.-..Ue y
Ladles walking' 'worth ".00 -
bereaved.
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j" \::: h (, "" and ".SO' ,t.T.rr.$3.50Ladles : Ladles wsJUag skirts. worth
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Carries as many pauengeri"cIimba more st'airs Trp|+Tlting done at the Metropolis I !'' I II t"t'.I.: ,* ;r. ---' "': .. -.""" ,and'-J3.50..t.. ..... .....1180.
For' Rent A elx i
I -room cottage. walking k1ris. wor. I
safer and Q.
: fast; uses less gasoline and tire i is more easily \ .t. '
office t reasonable rates. I
Bath and electric lights. E. F. Boss ... ...
..' I controlled;,just as luxurious ,and comfortable and costs- II. lAd I7XX At* ****.t T .5v Ladies walking .1 ,1 worth' f 100and.JS.M
. less trepursthaJa':; manycars that''sell for'dopble or treble r Br. 1.11.r.. wants to list yew. property CIS Ii
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Its price. tt ?( Send fort the REO book that tells why i f <>'- r.Invluten i \
a: ., I Umbrellas repaired and recovered. : i\F .- Table lines ,worth SOC at ......_.lte '$

, .... .. "'-.".". ._"'.-. -. -' ;: ., ," -' .. --.'..,.".- ..",...,....-.." .,, '. ,,,.,.",.,",,, .I The Metropolis Acknowledged ackaowldeges, an a.:\ "Leave) at Racket-, Store. WIll IkWhite a coun erpants. worti'150 at 2.00 linen" towels.-worOi" .'tt..19Q :i
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Messrs. Braddoek'and worth 1.60 Linen towd-
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from /Sloop Hilda funk ,wort 20c at...,12 i.a-o

.. i iA .tomobi e e '.>>NP' !given Stranaitan.end the:..tt'New"JUnr'8ound1Ta17.; Harvest. of Fort Home Lauderdale Picnic,to to at-be.;j I led The by,Frailer HUda. a Finder large sloop of Elliott's boat own-Key White;L cojerpane.l. woris., T at -bble.llnen". : ',-worth. 1"65e ..........,-* -f

i: f 13th Sti eet:near postofrace"'" ,) May iii by"the"Vegetable growers and, was. capsized and sunk in about twen-
ty feet of water off that key- during '
:'_ 1; ... .. citizen'of that place. This 'f the blow last Wednesday and will Is dot' Cohen & (
.t. .. ,. t.y '; was the.set Ja erdate for'the being 19th,.more'sultable but: PlciLIc'l,'.probably be a total loss. .The Hilda ; o. J

-. i .n r, *'} ':' 'ba w 1 Sts: f., r \ t.l. H"I' .1 It sChanged.' j S-J; t I *, was sail set anchored, A sudden at the gust time with a? wind her 303 TWCLnrfSTROT I .MIAMI( FLORIDA
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Great Reductionii will. oenwt ywr. rests.Beautiful and causing her to fill and sink. An .
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house for sale on Biscayne less though the sail .and riglng were} .1 :DOCTOIt'SAOVICLto : :
drive[ jsonth of cemetery net ten percent stripped.and saved., The .Hilda. was .
oft: Investment. Box 637. Miami < takeuavdrlvt' fery "daj certalaiy
.eU"knoW1lh ,
{ Gents Summer Clothing and Shoes_ 11-__. cans :
-rJ"t. -- !, e JOur attention to your ,, s.
Bitter to Remain Here1'' AcUve man hinted'In each county Ifou cant*, afford !!to take ,
= skirts Writing from his summer home at ..te exhibit, demonstrate and advertise say rlak
AA. and Ladks GOING AT G ST.fiiwil I with a ,sI woBjaa.-'W 11 J
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MrW.:.;W.:Dill aweil'kltn'citizen staple line; salary fll weekly fl
q & \1JbJ f fHtHtl :':-;;.. 'O'BI land prorty'pwn- per day for expenses.: No capital required. .for :your carriage it'!ttnssda rspairs.
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,er,of .Miami, says:"Upon our arrival .. .. ..'Hon.sty.and sobriety more I ..what the doptor sad tho drive
q ty Loan Office ,O pp> P,. .0.t here ire found the peach,' cherry and essential,than'experience.:,_ National the sick eoareyaae a veil and atnof -'J': ;'.
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r- apple,f:trees covered ID.bloom and :.Company 720. 'Chestnut street, Phfl- t 4l.", cue. ,
the i weather''warm.:' It remalneJ so adelpaUL.V_. t -
' v unta the th inst.;-when'It turned Cold .. ; .-
Y- lei. uace.., Im<,(|tew/coldec7each{ day, until Si t. ;rt, ,,- _'.ito REWARD .. .. '*q. I J. A. DAMN W

< u I ;;):.l;;;; ;dn 1oY i ,degrees terfpt( :Uy.. wcre.reacied.Jtf Miami',,until We find June ft bet and son Lost revolver- Pearl; 32 handle eaL. S Salt I.'*1DcJI' We,'*" ,' ,I-I": '" 423 11..t.i tnef.tJ: "M'v'(Pia

enjoy he fine spring weath .", rel. ;Return to this office and receive I
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!JJ'UQ O &\ H.' D. Allison Market ileMomlf t "' uo.1 ;\f-*

5' I.Baltimore May I- Cnkes. U tomatoes : Miami2th Transfer .
ti jtancy $1.60 to $3: potatoes $S; . -- k fG
\I. .- bean.$2 to 12.60. Advise shipments. I **JlVoadcrful l Uea'erCURES J\iJtJ. .". :
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Thos-fH, Evans Co. : .
?t. Cincinnati;: May p--.First car arrived I _
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t '"Best i -- -- .o--Gomp
ripe selling for.$2.50. Beans y.
'.1 and c*kes,I2.JS. Potatoes $5.50.EXPERT ,Inflamation, Cnt.. Braises. Barn I : .
(yi ." l .,. Chapped Skin Roar*ness. ,Black- street/Phone No 157 and liZlAvenncl),Phone .110

<{;{ Y 'Pti-- !CACCOUNTANT. ,.hears Complexion.Pimples soft and smooth Eczema.and Keeps fresh M1' ..!.and,_Stabl m,J'Lta! tmt* .neat ATtJC; Phone No. 100 .

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i". I -- .- '' .j ; 1"1.;' ?BEST FRED:REFERENCES'E.RANKN.JACKSONVILLC.:' j Price. 25cSold '. s Horses,; Carriages [\and: .-tt '

Box$n'! bt..BI.cayJle...Drug Company
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I k I'i : >J I: \J.. :> ,. Automobiles*- l

by the hour day week or:month-.. Automobile stor- I
i: $2.50 ( $2.50: I I '*and supplies. Agents for toe fam6ns FORD au
tomobile. Freight unloaded and dlivered..Spedal facilities J
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r. t -1'-i- r p for pOT De heavy freight, .Omnibus meets every .1

L I and and. 'fort' Dallas IM' Company Same i transferredALL orders receive PROMT"i ---1-1j ,Attentlon.CLASS' .

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.. Besides this patent Gibson tie we have models of soft particularly attractive oites fur I'I'oth
p. 'black kid and gum.metal, in variety'of shapes and designs.
} rhev are here in alt shapes and leathers at $150 and $3.00 ? residence" and business purposet..tAn 1 F
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<, '" investment iu. Miami n-al II Dade Go. Title Insurance

.: estate i is} safe; sure, tit quick iff urns = :I, and Trust Company

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: -I : I Paid Up Capital 75000. Surplus. S12OOO8uresland

i j JOHN B.REILLY INGRAHAM ,
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I 1 i titles prepares abstracts of titles,loans and.
i vests money on its own account and for others. Acts as
gent Fort .Dallas Land Vice-Presiden Fort Dallas! : ;gent, attorney-in-fact, trustee assignee, dxecntor reveiver -
.' I Ira or guardian. Address all comma' '"A'--* to ...
mpa.y.MIami Florida. Land Co... St. Augusnne!

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Of cs 1h hot J 'fIIM i INGJ Phone 68 .Benner was Schooner reported Arrives that the Benner Line -
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schooner Phillip M. Brooks from New
Undertaker and Embalmer: Tork to Mlami.twlth: a large cargo of ---.,.... .... ...-
general merchandise; had arrived off SjP i

t t f 1'\.1. AVENUE.. .. o .D, I \ ':I the pilot bar to and come was up awaiting,to the company'sdock. a tug and ''a ovorybe VeoftlclniUMAll, M"aghi '1. I
t btlJt II' u ; ;k
.: r i '\ )(If i RESIDtNCt* ea rge 4 vi t $ RLwB 1 f\ft\. E t Potftbutjttajr"IJCascadB'' /, all ply ; y

"" Came Up to Vote r

Is apt4o>b *one.Jfc'hich -.. --- .-.-:. :: : |All of the extension: steamers willcome' 1G }
up':daring the day from the ..t,
V-youwilthave! : purchase 1 / various keys In order that those of '.
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the crew. qualified as electors' can .
ri. jf > .s _, .' .' exercise'their right,to Tote: The most
,of. the crews of''these
A vessels are GinarerAJe
Mr.4W. M.."Brownibe'well known' ,More' people< thin ever before are I 'residents of Miami.and, therefore, eleaible -r 'I9
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; 1 DC banker arrived In.town this morning giving their deserts the Blue Ribbon i 'to a ballot I I .....r .......... ,

tq_exercise his. right,asran, elector., Flavor. April sales of Blue Ribbon ', .- i I : b' ..J.THAT.''' .n..l m
Wear.ttaesaoatas1w .itMiig=: ,
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M. WEDDINGSGIFT Lemon and van | the biggest yetMrs.R. j Two furnished cottleel for rent to '0<. <
Summer rateS the" dutherfardBoarding : November 1. ,.T.JL: Tatnm ft Ca I t of -Cue..." in title, Urrltery.There .- end try ane ef i..t. I "
are a let II'n..1'I; ate I
y. House.:.223,. Ninth street > L. Hatyer, daughter of Mr. |Broesler wants to list your propertyt I but fc non. te e0!)':Pe..e .. ClSare'whkh tw are .NIV
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) \ and Mrs.W. H. Chaille. of this city, -ca..a.- tII'.rJ f
i l $ .sere ) r"g for I 6teentafDetttDqe/r;
: 'Caps 8 A. Bravo, of the steamerS who has been critically ill In the hospital "Caaude". and*do's nst.t.: .. only rwS rcigars. .
t ;-'Lude. went up to ,Pompano.last at Jacksonville for the past There are many:"people wno can I buy the beet each ae we keeet,
businessBROSi1ER week or ten days; has sufficiently read human nature in the lines of the
night oa convalesced Mail
:-= SW to' be '!'iaken to her home. hand. They tell to their own saturation ertfcre givei eeeeial Itemfe for they cost no more than what l... ,

i. ,"_ J means car IIIWIIn" Mrs. ChaUle. .bq'r: mother has been the hand.what kind'of a person carries : 1 : r T : terror jradeej cost !N'"' .. cYry:
There are others who
with her since she was taken 111. and can AcmeBottlrngworlrs( '
'.ill' r the'man friends of Mrs. Harper-In tell a man by the war be holds.his I one of our B cent efgare, after. tBnserI
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.1 .. 'this city:will be 11, .jbe ready foryou: whencomes REAL ESTATE by the penmanship what kind of a we, ,peaitlve, yee).
with thefghtGoods.at : j taken. a turn towards recovery. | person he is. and In each case there Is Sixth' Street wet efjthe. lee Faetery become a STEADY CUSTOMER.NOTICE ...
Y Deputy Sheriff Harry Morris went much truth. .
; the RIGHT PRICES up to Fort Lauderdale last nig'at'on 1 I I For Sato a&nle, been used on Did you ever stop 'to'think that you .
II business connected with his office.BROaaiER farm only 3100 |worth $150. Season can tell a firm by Us advertising? P
f t 'l" "' 1...:r;Yd )r.J --.l .a' fa If "'1 ap'er.icant i. ; ; affor| to feed during Study the ads In this paper and you The' annual meetlnj of stockholders:
: summer"r. will be how of the Anthony-RomA Co. will be
meanejBateinv eunet i iMr. 1LMr. $ surprised true to life they .
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t .- < j Utir VI ,!-, are. .This Is a better test or our the held l Jaaetr 1906..at iio doek.. m. 1 -

t t .. X Ka McMnhe n,1 representing'I and Jfrs: |ST. C. Fogg who have- orythun any thing else. Ton know at the,9mceof thf comp: nyl ,228 "HAYESjiTheXfiganNIan,___ _.
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Sligh ft Ca/ot'sJcksonville/left this leased their beautiful home on 14th he merchants and you can Judge how Twelfth street, MlamC I Fla. for the f'
Nt AYNARD & SON morning after spending: yesterday In street, will tear;:',in' the morning for far wrong we are. election o* dlrecton. |and sack other ;
town business. "i R,!Ft. Pierce, F1a, rihere they will stay, There are the firms who have been In business a-* *mar* 'come">j!'r t efore"' -\the ff
.. fora few, daj-a.js From there. they' business a long time and have a fairbusiness meetln T f
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For sale-Mercantile business 'in.will go to their itimmer home In Dor- I at a good'proat They are W.: Jamei Rodgers. r '
Nut to Pottoffce' MiamL;Flor da good'location;'$500 In cash., Address!1 let,,Ta. and remain until October, satisfied to let things take their course May 10. uaG. ) Sec"1.OPPOSl'IE j HOTEL, BISCAYNE .,
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... P. a'Box:225,'Miami.'Fla.. ''1 11st1 Sire J. O.:Giosland, who Is In bus Their ad telll"that they can be found
:mess with Mr. Fog will return about at the same old place and their good ; '
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To Parents: : Sclidol l\ilrrS o 'be{ Out!
'Picture frames"maoeT r. The' June 15th. front Bennetsvllle. 8. c:, are the same as usual so there is no .
Racket Store '*"" -- order- ".f' where he and My.. Crosland and family use to change the reading hence their >* ')t t '3 / ? L.t t 'i"' "& I J fc *>" t t .V,

Mrs. E. C. McAlliMer-Beck. have. been Since the first .of the. ad year stands,after the year.same' an' .the year and ..:Ttt -- -.
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Capt:_George B. Baker candidateforcounty i There are other'firms who make
commissioner In the Id! ;' \ i sensational.runs of''prices below the Miami Conservatory MusicWHI
I Real Estate BOSSIER means tEAt ESTATEBeautiful :
district left for West Palm Beach 'cost price and when yon read It yon

last night after spending the day here.:I look at once for the hook for yon knowIt hold a epvciai fMnier-term-Maym t.-Aug Iat4st-1n.Vii1M,- _. .
: nprignt piano, in fine condition .is a bait because no man leD o
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Rentals Insurance i Piano, Kindergarten swet Prt....' Music. Call or write fer parties ....
? Revival lerrlcei..at.,the First.,M.,; ; original price $400. Our price :?oods below cost unless he makes, It /
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$195.;;'$10 cash lars and terma. opportunity for the folks. :tI
E. Church tonight i find 36""pet monf4.B up some other way. II A'fine young Pyactice

..' 'qrr.c Ualchett i ": :'7.--; :.:. ::;;,. .:r ::; :;. I1,and_Saffor! ;PianojCa:,;.? ;.. ., 'There Is 'the' firm with the oatch Planes. "supplied f|'''.-n e TV i* KEQISTIR EARLY
Bldg.St4teNoZ ,\VUDuMoore popnlar"drummer"raveling ''ienteace'We want your 'moneT''j FRANKtIN$ COLCMAN BUSH, Direct.r.J !; "'_ 2d..,Twelftli Street _
.the east coast was in fawn Come to Vote That was a foot thing to a :
S yesterday and Jeft'thismorntngfor Quite a number of voters came Inon the way It was ma showed the arm '
.' 320I.2.tI2th,l points top? the coast O, "" .. .4 i.i last nig it's and this morning'strain wu new lathe advertising field. Itwas" FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER

", they having been,In different run until everybody ,was tired ,. r.if ,
GROVES: COTTAGES, STd'JmS.. points of the'county at work. and the papers did not want to printIt ,, '
McALLISTER-BECK. _. any longer Then that firm madea .. -r .... '.
MOFFATS th&"Gncetomorrow r change of front sad advertised that Tallahassee Fla 'March 1. .
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.-. Come to : night. 64 1906. '
would fill order made
they any to the
John'MeRae..one of,the.most in Roth BuHdla. My Dear Sir: .
pall' ;
.. . catalongae house for S cents lea than
t alas tnyeling salesmen on the'. east ., -?* ,*T*. it could be delivered.from r Chicago. I will be a candidate'for re-election u Railroad ,Commissioner*SInthe: >
coast was la town yesterday and left Sewing-machines to rent at MiamiFurniture Everybody said It could not be done Democratic Primary}o be held May 15. I
this morning,for Delray.'where ha.goes Co. JlMlf Uth street, but the Arm'made good their promiseand Out of,FIVE candidates,oifering. for Railroad r Commlslsoaer la.the ,
;DaiFytrnich) ( toa& l 1 I*X j 4 t? i, J.1 t. .r. < ;;. that Is always the test of value of spring of 1J02, I wsa the only one that Issued a PLATFORMannounclac r
A Legal Hollclai} advertising. Their ads have been of ..he policy for'whichll stood and would work for if elected. The result. of '
David Brown Candled,Popcorn., Thl*.being enetlonray. and there.'ore the Uad'that It takes very little effort the Democratic Primary'of July 15th>lta%.'wai my election'by .. over- :,
qr '-FjL.pYrorW. :a holiday ',all of:the banks and for the mind of the) observant iateUl whelming maJorItT.. Thla I took not as a tribute to myself, but as evidence
.new IOUIIUlly: wHaH retnrned last night State and government Institutions are cent'.reader buyer.to.see J : that that the people of FJorlJa approved my platform and meaning what I thea .
from aten days trip to points In Georgia observing the same. by keeping closed they are up to date 'bii IdI"'r _.JI A hG snd, Jackson vine;, at the:latter doors.-, ;',ti:. .lJi.> ;. "'; their line. : .' that day to.this, to carry out my PLATFORM PLEDGES. |(
,> Incamy place.attending ..meeting'of school ..4'J.J."" __. 1 'MIAU1 HARDWARE COMPANY. ix-im-I pledged myself to ue"yef7tJID.ltelort.\a'1Q( power to
st : dfo- principals: to.revise the ,high'school. I .Library of 1,000 copies of fine sheet 'x, "We want year money I brine about redactloas la !FREIGHT*and{PABSENQXRf rate over,the I .
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.. > jaHd 'neatest., -, coarse. .. to" a satisfactory:'bulL. *',- 'music;*' 10c" afa! eopy."'No matter j jt GIUU.T.'TBt7nUDS..AND.: SYSTEMS OPERAnxajn oar BtateJ stating
< WMB_ ** what marked price Is. rI t at the tame time that we must recognise that some of the smaller er rail- =
Bash
ft afford
r ':room. 'to, :.tire J city REAL ESTATE.,, :,MRS.. .'McALLIS-, Flan. Do. '-fe' ;. > 's-- ; LS QUiT lKn roa4a. L. 'tostand.sacit JelocttonL.Lalw.promliel,$,tats.v_
XEBrBBCK. "" '* ttr'S'"i <, ( lay In my power, M prevent any violation of the law. or the granting of ,
M WW M-. ? ',4* Towed 'Water rupee i L S special privileges, aad,..preferential;ireight rates to Individual"'or localities ':
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AN IDEAL PLACE11tIra's&osa 'Mr. and Mrs. Madison'Bnrdine went The steamer; iscayne which cam MOSQUITOES at the expense of.o en.)'('::711.; fUht "hIc ''! madejn Florida for lower
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16 ic'.<. rat'nrtivtr I PASSENGER FARES la so well known that It la needless for me to dwell
to Fort ale from the keys this ;
'MilI.MJ i J.tndet Jsjt"lghtto st- op morning towed I .
upon It In this letut Passenger rates have beet reduced on all the trunk ...
3'Jto.ButiUne's
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: ,1."C'rl. ; ., W'l1 U.a.Jk..fan4r&1 : ,several water:barm, and brought'a '
r9..ttJfT. Dester.jCelley.;:. r 1 .Satea number of Miamlans engaged. .there Patent.AppGedTarv'*' line roaJs J 1 the-'sUte.;eiceptoa one, thet: L'look T 17 T f K :
---- % On the first dayiof October,1901."the the of ark
place ,.todayMr.. Kelley was kffledSntfar "so they could vote. : ---7" day oath office to
'- by a I01I Ibound freight traits I ? 1"0 i, .iu.n:!! :* $ l;. At all Druggists:, oat the nnezplred term of Mr.Day t participated |na hearing at which the ,
J } lioase Atlantic Coast'Line and the Seaboard Air Line railroads were summoned
TheKOautler; arm bq rot MUS4UIT.U'Mf'G'.CO' )
-J i J' Cj' ,smyrM, 9'f"\.., pie summer at{summer,rates opea Airy ', to show-caaae-whyjthe-frun-andTegetaWe-rates'from points'along.theirllnee .

a! ... t re- I aad Jlear-uqr& \,.. rooms,and flaelcnlalaa,, t -_" J Jacksonville, Fla.G .- should not reJuced.HThl.matter,waa settled' by arbitration betweeafa
'ffesbntertts dun Usta in the Victor Talking Machine. ::;. ,; the J Railroad Commission and the railroads and the reduced'ntee'wen
served; --r I Anything tron-"My I Old A Kentucky ROMIIII.;will., eoneet yaw .... : : : : made effectlvO|November 1. 1902-..,, *, w ,| 'A
'I ill ell. b .. .. e"ifJ t ; u Roms to'grand opera. Opes erenlnga. "" r ?, M. VINCENT. !'The result,has been the saving of hundred**of thonsaoJb of cOllan"1o' .
/ Bub''aBdord Piano Co. *. Dont forget ;i'the'!big monthly prIse the ppprs of WIIta&e4 the 4th day;;of December.1903. d
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rei J door eat of Avenue Don 13th a $15 talking machine, that is going eiPbysidaa"aDd i .Surgeon, the' Cammlmon'pre fired;ant sent to the .A.c.l.;the 8. A4L. and; tie B
Istreet..Prott Baildiajr. Maim'Flt.Tim&siUnion at MarUnVShooUng-Gallery for'the L. A Ni. railroad companies 3 reduced. tariff,on teerchandlwof clue rate. F
: THE .RACKET -STORE highest score \';made this month. remale Diseases Specialty and hey+'vrere'eac* summoned'to.a.hearlaaV which was set-for ({January .*| ..
There II also a",box of fine cigars'given .. '> 6. 1903. and the matter1', was finally disposed of by order o: the Commission
: ....I ." ( for this weeps highest score. Take 15'1H[ rut[ a shot, It will do yon good. ,Office: room 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bid;. i A"C. L... and the $. A. L. The L. ft N. was required to re-arranre Ita *s ,-
!4 I classification to conform to the Florida classification but upon the showing .
: .,l" tA, J.... l't'1 P.. t t i,,. ," 'n |made by that road I line Commission could not lower Ita freight rates; but

.... later! an order was,Issued to It to reduce Its passenger rates from 4 to Sj &
i6'r' \ Scents I j per mile on a)! Its lines .Florida., The day.before tits order was ? .
'. ,t' I 'J i to go Into effect an Injunction was obtained against the Commission. t.I .
I i :*: J.;.- .Mosquito Canopies{ : ,:; ,;:7;" c:;Phosphate rates]were reduced on the A. C."L. and S. A. L., but were ,(
I not obeyed Class ratea.were made for the West Shore R_R. (which Is
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Daily aod'Se > .. operated by the 94 A. L.. Ry) and were not.obere. In,both above, .
] l .to.I l \rfO I I1 cases the Commission brought mandamus proceedings the Supreme Court,
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':1.- writs of ere Issued by that court obedience
commanding
:: ... .,.... ",' order to the
nd \ ... : Commission's whereupon the roads appealed to the Unite States
r.., Y '. ,'. / ,: r. '. : irk: 'r' Supreme Court and]the cases were argued last week. March 2. j .
r* m, : Vi lV ; ; : '. --. I -, The classification was changed by placing stoves hollow ware] agricultural .
< Issues i _4 Mosquito tlmes here andyou t .. implements ells. la a lower class. Flour In SACKS was also jchaaged
:, :en : from higher to lower class,'but after some months, three of U 4 largest "'.
roads secured Injunctions to prevent the further operation of these rates
want a good FULL BAR.:( Wes 6fpoory 8 a a.jgs" Class "'" rates]! were reduced last spring. Among other things class
"I"" carries Inmberj brick fruit and vegetable crates fruit berry and vegetable
lljth; \best cheaper: .Abo baskets, eta) The A. C. L.. S.. A. L.. O. 8. F. and the L., ft .
N., obtained Injunctions against the Commission in this matter. An;of these

15 cts. a ;WeekBOOKSTORE netting by the,.yard. ; lO. .,cents.. ,. .. injunctions have ben granted by'the TJ. 8, District Court for the Northern
m. ,.. I[District of Floridaland are still pending la one form or another ,but oar .
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r: : ,. I counsel are confident that the Commission's rate will ultimately be sustained ,
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I the meantime, however the rates which have been declared unjust \ ';
"'" I' fATCH and unreasonable will have to be paid by the people. Various}changes ,
.. s I have been made In tingle classes, and on commodities. Depots have bees .:
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ordered repaired enlarged or built agencies established and connections

---:WE' SELL EVERt'THINC'AND.6ELL made between roads. I can not go into all the details of'the work of the :
::-:: JT_CHEAPE, Commission for the]past three and a half years but the above are the most .,
Important I pledge myself again to the policy which I anaoni ced four
; W. H eChaile'& Son : Magnolia Grocery Company years'ago. eoulee '
I trust my has met with your commendation. If so. I earnestly
Telephone'84.: Cornet ritenve D ,and 4th ..SITtel.I solicit your active Support In behalf of my re-election promising 01 my part
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to faithfully and in'partially discharge the duties devolving upon me.
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'and 10 Cent'Annex at IMS,Ave a Very .sincerely. HUDSON BURR

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:i The IVIiamrljroceryLo. r DEMOCRATIC CAllA WiMPBtiMneUnmatchable:



1. 4 Staple and Fancy Groceries,' 'meeting of the Dads County Democratic ..i .". .. -I '. r
i PRUITSand VEGETABLES Executive Committee was held '
:' .s. at F dlaml. Fla. on' the'14th Jay"of
I Our stock] of groceries is complete and we think we can supply March. 1906. pursuant :o adjournment
I about everything required in the baking line. Our aim is to keep 'tis following can for a' primary '
J only the best class of groceries and our prices oa them will be eletyon was adopted, watt: 4
found to be Goods delivered promptly to any part of the
right. Notice 1s hereby flv-n mat there
On fruit and :able stock,always resh. Give.us a call
: city. ( vege:, wl&fbe a Dsmocratlc Primary Des: .
'. .fr _. tioheld In the several elections 41* T f
Tweltth.StreeI. Miami rioridaArmstrong's of,Dads florldX oaMat.
f : Telephone>> 20 335 J. trtets county. '
15th.. UMTaad If necessary' .
t June 12. 1XX. for the:nomination of Bagaitisj; {
aUipemocratlc candidate.,State and ,
County; to bo,voted for by the Dim.ocratio
: electors. the general eieeUo -
to be held November 6th. INC I

PI- Meat- Market i! u"IciilQovernor: to be appointed of the State the between Democrat.the

I : late and of holding the holding such of primary the primary election Week eginlngMonday May 14 .

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election, A. D. 1908. 4 ,r I ,
i ISTHEIPLACEj! j .The following officers are to be nominated ,, ,._ : '- .. ? .. I .
at said primary election to-
.. Why pay enormous priceS for'fresh meats when you I can bay choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS 11 Representative In Congress. Secowl .
T tor mach less .money at Analtron-Meat Market.. : _. Congressional District.
t: ; J" Justices ,lof; the Supreme Court LACES-lOOO yards.val?and.torchon .laces worth

[ Pbone.161.. .Corner Avenue D,and' 11th.Street' ,-IJ Railroad of C-o"Mlon the House of. from 6 l-2to ,i: 1-2 cents. Your choice 5

'' ; Member. "'- Bepra.shues at per yard. . . .. . . .. c:

,; jlj J Clerk of. Circuit Court for au. A line of Scotch figured lawns,colors war- :
term. .5c7k
paced i County Assessor of Taxes. ranted. Per yard.A . . . .. . I
:4;Tax Collector. line of Almerta' batiste beautiful patterns
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YOti.iig s'Plmrmacy :{ County County Treasurer.Commissioners.t worth lOc, now?. . . ... . ... .

INCORT0ATZD Members of County Board. of Pub- Ladles gauze Vests, taped neck and sleeve, sold
I 'R llIUutrncUon. '. ,. '
everywhere at 10'to 12 1-2.cents.Thls sale
t Supervisor of Registration.
it: A Drug; ,Store for;;The (People. ',4 Member of the Dad County Democratic 4 for. . j I. . . . . . 25, c:
Executive Committee for Precincts
That eur motto; and it has been the'means' of adc ing-huD. NOL 11 and 7. respectively Ladles' gauze vests :.better grade worth .25 I

1'- .dreds' of;new,customers to our' list; We; ell'],only tie pur fj. Justice of the Peace and' l'Con- l 15 cents, now 3 for . . .' . .
such districts hare
sable
In vacancies.
jest drue" 4'. All prescriptions tie filled by registered phannacists. : .. -at Calico and lawi wrappers, worth one dollar 95 "

if '.,., We also carry the.finest sodas and ice cream in the city! ; 51! Fish and Game Waroen.nThe and fifty cents, how. . . . . ., I.
rules governing said primary
,' 2 Doors North of Postoff ice' election' 'those ,
} : 1J1a1l be the same as
,adopted by the Democratic Executive A| large variety of remnants and soiled goods .

r :1'W. :E. y outijrs; 'Pres I.C Dill 1ttH .at their, meeting held la on, BARGAIN COUNTER I at your own price. ;i
Jacksonville on February 14. 1101. for .
governing State Primaries, so far as Shirt.Wais'ts 'i
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the same shall be applicable to,Qe 1#
): ; Southern Marble & Stone Co. County Primary. Those, and only '
those persons shall be permitted to become We wish to call I your attention to a more beautifulline

? '4 HOGAN STRl.ACKSONVIi..EH.adouart.rs candidates before or.vote at. orparticipate of shirt waists with short sleeves. Just received. .t
''i for In the management 0: a14ptlmarrIIlCt1oJJ.who ..
declare their ad- The are truly] exquisite. YOU .WANT TO SEE .
Building. Stone,, Marble,I'etc harem to the principles and organi THEM BiFORE .THEY'' AREPICKED, OVER.' :
< sation of the Democratic: Partynatlan- ..."

'f: MOS. A',1C; .AND: rl.1 LE, WORK. l a1eState of.the and Btate county.1awh1 who electors are by theIrs of White' Silk, Gloves.

.' FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOM' MANrELS. aTe. the'election districts In which they I delved
etc.t. of offer to rote, who hare paid thelf poD I The long much' called for long white silk :
,,,..:. M....' ats,Ge.enlSCaeetallwerk." .,_. taxes legally,4111, not less than ten gloves now received They are In elbow and full '
.' eM' w....... tr..o.uw ttiauiw Le.'rade.. 'PiMiptLofton ,saiw days before said primary elecUon nd arm length.. Only small stok and, HARD to geL
i who shall when challenged by an elector !
pledge In W'I'IUQ.upGI1 oath, before i
any Inspector-to abide by and i .
support the remit of such prtmary. ndinpport '
& Einig the nominees thereof.: Ii j
fine pods shan be opened and closed
at'the several election districts at the
(tours 'taxed by ,the general electionlI.s County Treasurer ..... TI.M Jr.trfis
: The following named,persons County.Commissioner.......... II.M OysierandChop HouseSea' :
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t: Machine Shop) are :berebr,appoll1tes Iupectora;u4 Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00 _
cjerks,,for/ the 'several election districts Justice of the Peace I.M
< Across Tfie River. : ,. Constable ...... 1.00 I Food Our Specialty. ,
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Precinct No. 1lupeetorl:r N. H. County Fish and Game Warden 1.00 {
tarts H.-,E.' StJ'pmUll'u4B.O.: Supervisor of Registration .. 1.00 Oysters by_ plate, quart or gallon. f z

Will repair your".engine onIshort'notice: aip.p 1ace.:'Balsa Clerk:,store Curd Schroeder.i-Polling, written AH candlates application art required have his to file aims a Meal served at all hours, 41012th Street,'Miami; FloridaInvestigate J

:'11?Prec1Det:No. ''s.--Iupectora: Frank appear *upon the offlctal ballot on the .
,Expert Ga, .Engine" Mem 'Vje'rr bowers..'P"Kltenen and K.: C.'xmer. blanks furnished by the commltt.i Before
clerk: lames Hepburn.: Polling, place accompanied with the tees above set InvestingWind'
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: dynamos, coils? plugs,, batteries, wire,' ichool'house., '- forth vita Gen P. Bun. of ()j1II, 1U' ,
switches 1' Prednct'-No. Inspectors: frank Secretary and Treasurer of the Coax .
i screws, _. -, f"- ftwn"Joel 'A.' Dean TOT*.': Clerk: 'T." J. 'CampbelLr Pott' the SSth day of April A.'D.1KC Power: 1
(ng plaee'old engine house. : The Democratic County KieunUH' -..r"i .L t..
7 Precinct'.No.'.Inspectors:' 'Jesse Committee shan meet oa MoadayJCayM. JI[as been adopted, by the'best 'peop.of the country as theiieapest ,
LQfton&Eanig' Xragherty) ;J.'L. Oarnett'and r..W; .'IKK at the Gouty Court Boost power for,,raising ,water: 'Note; tla people who havahem at
Clerk:j CuHen Pence.',Pofflnglaoe. ... In Miami,'Florida, and publicly'.canvass they could have ,steam gas and hot air too if they wantid "'
r [ .'Porters Packlng-Hons ."*'" Ti the returns and declare what It. '1 handle the best mill made and mak a specialty ot this .
, ; PredncfNo..*-Inspectors-TcM. candidates art nominated by a majo business and.with.:my pump mechanism that have just beenranted x"
.gr;.; deltas. T.,J'J.-.Haygocd'U4':I.ii B. sty vote for each county office sad to patent on. ,I will guarantee to doable the capacity fi.
+: ". :. Clerk B. B>:Bodg s.PoIli what 'eases a second.primary sal alne and life of any wind null_,outfit; Any b' WI' I-
E. A. Robinson' ng place school -...V>,.-' ;", ha.l.to. be add. : w prosecuted.
4: Precinct,No.: t-Iupecton:''.J. t. W.A.FUeV.Attest .. '
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1'- lardy, D.>Cassel and J."W.: Plnce.- .J., C1aIrII1aa. '"
Clerk: J. M.-UmstesJ.'Pomng piaot :' Oeo.;P. Ban! c >R'iPBRR'Y Cocoahttt Gr vpfoH '
; Contracting Electricijan1019AveX locse. jtnva5 ,. .. Stct tary. j a,
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Precinct-ra-7-lupeccorss, *wItarshsi --i:: : i'i : . ,' .L$'
) Miami Florida' Bd. T.:; KtagT and BeKrtryan. CHAMPLAIN CANAL
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.J : Btranahan's storey : See. Dr. BurnhanjMiami
Precinct,No. Inipectors:' J.,B.
..... Vofford,J..W.,Ires and J. A..Harp. Albany N. T, May U -The Champlain ,
Clerk:: J.B.nGllsson., Poling place, Canal was opened to traffic for '

: 1 school Precinct)oaa: ';a- '. '..}Inspectors lu:\'Pant' of the the season canal this was'noon.The delayed by opening some l The: Surgeon and pecl8.IislU,1ta

.Rea[ Estate.Bargaina Matthews. L. rornsQ and J. I. Pet work which had to. be done oa the. _
era Clerki'J.-.,Daughtry.;Polling. barge anal ,are i sufferer from any Chronic Disease. Ulcers Tumors,'Can
place, schoolbhoaie.>> ;, 'or any Blood.Disease, Catirrhal Diseases of Head, Throat
; +' Prednct'Na'iO-tospectors: T." L.Townley. ..
H. DaW XJ11er' and 8. L. [Lungs; Stomach orJBowels,1: DyspepslaTndlgestion; Rectal

'" -- Patterson_Clerk:R. B.',McLendon. Diseases,.Female Diaeas4aAifLttest'
We tslcr' Sew dltict pnpertks for tie acxt, 10, dIP 2SS Polling.plaeeFalr:bunding._'._ ... f
,:;. U feIIeMI' Precinct. No.. Inspectors: B ... ElectrIcal Aids floieopfojc Medicines. *
otter, AndrewHardee and Jackson
.. ,1s4..80x160. en B.V* -etreet, to line .part ef etty"aeh..h41fIDI eacock.: Clerk:' J:-'W.- GaDa..,.. .k. an< a large .stock of SpedallYlPtepared' reraedies '{or 'Special wore.
t ',', Polling'pace; ShoD,'. old store. '" .. .--.. .-
.lot-on 10th. street; ,BaAn.,C, .-" 1I1..rplt..at; ,.......... ..-.,....,.-. Precinct No.' Inspectors: I .T. Ladies I i:Mild All in Attendance ,

.* lets en Fifth street, .....'...?....;........ ..;.!:...;. ......fMOOO- Itephena'W.- .. Dangherty., A. T. ajs

X a Ilouss.nd-let ell Third'etreet.. t'rooms. ,"fine' place, .easy"'tenne" ,"|, 1SOOOnehalf DnraL place Tweedell's Clerk: Thos.Hall.ItttchetL_ Polling.- .... I (tl'fwrllA! Metropolis Building From 9.a. m.:;to 4,p. m. Son,excepted

x let ell ,,Twelfth" ttreet. fir'........:..............'... 11IOO'&Iqant Precinct No..1J-1D1pector1. Henry ', 4 ,

home on nth st .. .t.IUYer.ld1 ...-..-..... '._... ..... ..-..'..., ;.I40CO, ella toesman.. Clerk Wm.: H.Anderson A. Proctor.and J.Polling Ca.
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'" place Precinct.school'No..house It-Inspectors' : WJLScott. Chas &':HifrneY
:i Iota are-eeHlag rapidly, but we htve afew'ehela- enee. ..R. BlackwelJer? and J. T.'3ax- Ihase & Go
left the prieee. r
at following, :' > on. Clerk: J.- R. Horn. Polling place !\
Saxon's store".:: X :" ; p; ,:; j f, I

Corner lots oa Twelfth .SVeet...... ...... .... ..............1_ Precinct No. .,15-Inipectors: ;M. X '# SUCCESSORS TOj 1 FirJ
Marshall;8: 1C; Alsabrook and AC. I. ,
inside' lots en Twelfth, '. .'itNet. .'...... ...." ..... ....--.....p...,...11000... .. ..' Frost>" Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Pott-' CHASE & BARNEY Inc. .
Inside- lots- on .other etrMta..1 ....... ...... ,...... ;.....1710., lug place school house. t

-Corner lets on,. other" Styeeta.a.,_ .....,. .-.'..... .....,..:..:, ..... :...11000Remember tickets The voting furnished shan' by be the bjbalJot'State and oa I VEGETABLE Acc dentB1 '

County Executive Committees, and at w PACKERS
the close of such elections the Inspectors Tornado
that water, eewer lights paving and street railway will i
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,all be down'tin. In. the'.. MxVslxt/. ; ,day* ass the vote in accordance with the' '
The rush Is over and wmfl you have Insurance
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I the returns to>the Chairman of the he time, drop In and take a lock at
I.County Executive Committee.The fine line of Woolens. Dont fwet .
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assessments to be paid by the I MaterialPartial
Tatum. various candidates snail be as follows < the place. FID LITr BONDS.
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Representative -......,......f Z5.00 i JOHN SKWELL A IRQ and Wmlunse,
', Clerk of Circuit Court .......150.00 Headquarters for smart Tailor*J( I I East End MLml Blur DocLr OLDEST AGENCY IN MIAMI
,,' \ Tn Assessor ..............I' 75.00 -
'V ---IILFa. Tn; Collector ".....:.!.......! 78.00 MS Twelfth street BJscam! Bosk j I


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asjes.:due you in supylying your'needs; in all'.kinds. of Dry_Goo4s,;;Millinery.
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Hats Shoes Notions 'etc. Our .entire : is .NaW. FRESH 1
f.Clothing: ; tftcck Beautiful Mand'Made
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Compare,our prices" styles, quality; etc.tllothere! andpronto. yourself: j '

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anyJ&rticle y6nimayt'"need. gOOd8'and prices ir' ?.rwitl "' ..ki&SSrJ

I produces a spirit.of emulation. We are glad to say that we hide"'DO SHOP If!
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t 'WORN:,.GOODS' to offer' you at TEMPTING PRICES L: as is ftea done( by 1 J ...... I 'lW se Shoppers \ rJJJ Select at once

others, the"'result 'of which you !soon realize that you have been "FLIM-: .

FLAMED" like the man who originated the old saying I neckwear
& it All the you. have seen will appear coarse and Impossi le)hen you
7 compare"H>>1th these exquIsite'bIts of"ftoeryUnaifcrby the Mlcado factories In 1 ja-

Q "ppoljniprtney! SjpPai) ," f1 J pan. /the 're no more t expensive1) thaA%, the\ chIne-mad } neckwear sold by
most stores* We could easily,sell this fieckwear at much_higher prices/but? we'reglad :

If,you want BARGAINS, you can always find them at our place where J to'gtve our patrons>the chance to uy It at very low prices. !he'neckwear
: Is beautified by real hand-embroidery drawn-work 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 representing, and Indeed it adds a- i

a serious consideration,with every buyer.. :; /,,1 ,IJ"P" striking charm to a waIst.' You need never be afraId to-wash Japanese dratfrj J

Call at our;store. and'convincegg yourself. \.. .,) /l"< ''f }; 1 tx "worker, embroiderY... -:. : : : It washes perfectly' ';,j: : : : Now on sate.'J.
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1 fl j ,, f. : "5'Another line''of Mikado 'f ,- 14 ? iL. -- ', ..,'\t .; 13 "',t 1 :; ',"kerchiefs. y u';adi Ire drawn-york rcrh 'other nations you*:will DC better -wi'to'appre'cfate -.- s J
4 these hankerchlefs" from XJspan."which'are: far more elaborate'ind b

finer than drawn-work from. any other 1 nd : : : : : Prices very moderate 5

: 'Rh.umatl.Ii', :! Makes Ufa Miserable ,

A baPP1'h- '1>me'1I$ the most ifalaahle '
Miami Business Director y possession that la within the reach oft ,
l ., makino,'.b1 :;yon!i can!:not;enjoy 1U kx ; r t t
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enter throw your aide home bntfieeecomforts -1I. &(Q J :
The Out of Town Buyer,and those within the city will find In the from those rheu. .ur iris. .uarterra
fTtrt below the addresses of Miami Merchants under"vr '' by applying Chamber
., classified heads for_ready reference.C. ..., Iain's Pain:Palm. One application will .J..1'3 ,
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ate you relief! and Its continued as*
4 .L. BRAOY A CO., .r 4aCtt1lvaN, ; 4 for a. short' sums win brine about a "" :
3 1 permueJ1'"C' re. For sale by Bia- ** VTT* rr ** v r ti
55 Fmh ftaJU and VtfMaStrest ... .1J..ler ta Drugs Fstsat 1K.tI carat Drug Co. and aU droxalsu. <
UdL Cor. Ale JX U amJJ'IL oiase, ,Toflet Articles,.8taUca. .. .
a? anti KD7;Arenas DYJaaL.K 1
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: t _Itopss... 'J'wtmser::"" a 'i:. MRS. .. C. BECK', [WJ [Street- ''sto111errS j
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DIIJew.Ia' rGroolrS..Or. bIi I Twelfth street' ..M'ad,11ahetlltaers ; wages[Befit, to Order' Ir
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'tai,....ittbelast.... _::'.'0- ._ .,..M1amtJla; r e;; Vi Befits- 'aa4. llanul' .. and other, .FrienHsU \ ::1:1t
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ta. Oroeorl..HaylS4Orata O..a.. .setts We take pleasure In calling )0 attention to the following. statement, '
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ry la& a.w.ear. --Vuraf.bta>r. 'I' !\ ,.. ; showing condition of the Bank at dose ., buslnsss/ May tth as reported to* ... !
;;.. Art.. D-sad. .tb'IL aOaad. Via.' tu.*rlsR4,A4 ;,......L. the State Comptroller. -. t|;, : 'i 'i -i
-.r: ... You will note eontlnued dd Increase In strength and business. Our deposits ..
fe .- .: h: are nearly a quarter of a million dollars. 'Oar cash on hand and In i'F"
A KNOCK OUT I' T. A. Pyyy tV banks Is over one hundred! thousand;!dol..... or.-nearly 60 per cent of our H
arpuneat'acabiat poor :ark of aay iT: ....,. deposits/ when ths taw requires only] 20 per cent. We have. a respectablesarptwVT .!
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joe somethmc you'dont get Wo dont would be considered an excellent..! and one that we are proud of. f; '' ,
; blame.peopI. far' SQinI A11NO'onPLENTTf We extend our thanks,t''our.'fiads for their liberal patronage, .and., A,
plttmblnaj bus ;dos'." > S'C iuraiv.i._I* merit thelf._, ;;confidence In the future as In the pat, :
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'; I .R.R. MCCORMICK.VksPN.IdeaL. >
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'f I'l'O H. 'tP.'l! iWMe- .'.:ca, I .:' -1:Mail otders', 'receive: .f prompt? 0) t ;" BANK :OF :BVV| BISCAYNE p' :i


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; flamT'Y 'BROTH'ER5 I Phone' 28;: Miami... ..,-Florida' .RESOURCES '.
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? I I. t Loans and Discounts,.. ." .. .' .. '.. ,. .. .. ..... u.. .. ..,145.f10"\ ..
County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .: .., .. .. .. .. .. 3fla1 i
Machine Shop f t f< United States Bonds.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .., .. .. .. .. .. .. 00,...._.......> 'h,
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Mer&KolbBARGAIN City a 1.000 Oa'
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''t., &geents for the New Era Gas .Engines Qasolene Furniture and Fixtures .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.17,1)1111 a.11115 f i .
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and keroseneeDgm pairmga8PiClAItrYf'X (,iJ.: ; ;t"t'T. >> .,"" .
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In'Empire Trust Co../ .".-:. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$33s1I.tt.:, ..}tJ'..
; / fei '-, General Repair Work506'sfiv ; k!IAMI, FLORIDA_ 'Florida Bank and Trust Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2Mtr >t'%-- i'In
: l .j'a"'- "'': tdfF M I In Atlsntlo National Bank ....r.. ... .. ? .. !..,.. 23. 6323 it. ,l;

-0 atTH STREET )('AVT. FLORIDA >A fine $ jIiN bay front In CooosmH In Vault.-, 1M4SOt ;::;
Grove good house, well set In leering f'
.' .-- trees" Npa tee riaht-: A baraalH.S 'Total.Cash. .. .. .. .., .. .. .. .. .i ., !. ... .. .. ., .: "0s.0tS.0S .; J

(>4t Collt4ctors P'roP.rty Owners < Lots o&j14th) street bstwosn Av*. .. ". ..
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Lot on'ra street,:between A...... Capital Stock. .. .. .. .. .. ..- ..'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .127,900 00
'SAVE'MONEY C and 8,11600.,.I-ysars' tonne. -, Surplus .. .. 'u .. .. .. '.. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. 130000 1
.If you"don't_ want to, "l.j House ani lot on iota street, hotwssn Earnings.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ,'4,14747 j
we can't help you., H" you;, docome to, Awilire B and bay, $2780.. Let 1 Certificates of DepositCsshlers .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21.10S S3 1 I .;:
show yoil 4 thin' Checks .. ... ." .. .. .. .. .. :. .. .. .. S.701.S3
us Individual Depoetta .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..21841042 y
The: J. McDonald Co >Four- lottj' In' Riverside,; only ,f0 .: Total Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2424K.OB i.a
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I" ; 25 ares JummocK and truck land $277.783.64 ,
s and,'buy your building material.' Loug Leaf 50 grapefruit trees, fined,JIt south >
; Dad., 11 >i ar old. 200 young trsss, I I, Jat. H. Oilman cashier of Bank of Bay Blecayne do solemnly swear
.JeUoi Pine and Cypress of.all kinds "i"W good- ,houai Jand;;: bsautlful grounds on that the above statement la correctJAS} Jf
county rock road. $S5OO.:You: ,should .. H. OILMAN. Cashier.Sworn .
also. sell Lime Brickt:((4 .kinds)% Cement,;' Sash Door;, see the vliwi at our offloe. to and subscribed before ne this 9th day of May 1906. ) ,
:' Mouldings, and whatever..else'a builder requires .: ,35 ac"' Jon( .'Lemon City, road1C 1 ; George R. Oomph. Notary Public.
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at lowest possiblefigure acres elea.cI. Howie and 200 i ;
Good vliwi'', of the bay, for a short I I '
isYou .Know where-we'are: 14th' Street:'Miami.. Florida time only,f44000 -. I
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To make this sale nterestindto. all who cannot' :'get !pleased 'at our bargain counters we will, allow ... ,
10 cent.'dlscount'on all'our stock goods 'I
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: : I.t; will i ..pay ot visit this Jle. as soon. as .possible i I ,' so you may have your pick of the ,bargains'. .'.
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too pair ladies': ,slippers, pxfondslind! sandals ,assorted. were .17 Ir.boys Kakai cloth oxfords C:! were 1.50, 11' 1- .

goods which sold for' prices longing,from two i ,7-$1-00. 'to close| ah .,. .,<.. . . .... !...,. !.!!.. !.!.! .75-
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to 3:50 to .c.y .
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{ < f ; 2lpalr.wysUrabcanvasoxjods.'were'l: 1.75; to.
:'' '37-patrladles*g i" **" white- r linen'oxforas|1"0, e tand.turn1.? "t 'j!t fTA .;. close at........,._.... ,.. ...,. ...........!..,..,. .. .$115 I I I
;. ". soJ e, w ere 4 dollars 1 ,to close at. :. . . P I-,,v" : '
f 37 pair boys white >white can as oxfords .welt
.J iJi", .18 pair.ladies', white basket cloth n oxfords. were .. sole<< ,,.were. 2.50.. ,to close' at: ;.... . ... ....: .-$1 25'
.,. r, r i.5o.toclose'.i.v. \ ;. ... .Vi.:)'*K..r;. . . . .$ ISU.-. .. \ '' '; *r ,
-; -- t.j' J; ,_ 1.. .:; t.- i 4.J -1" a 'S s7 pair uu's.ac. k'--d. tan. VI t k"d'h'oes, were .
:: .::.t. 17.pair ladies white buck oxfords. six and sev close ...1....' ... .., ...... .:. :;... :..: $1.50'i '
; :: .en dollars, to close at :.")1.. .. . .. .$3'0"0iso.to. : ; ati\i = -: : :. .- : '" -- .'I.._.\ # .
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i Jj' : -;: .t .f. if- 45 pair child's batent !leather' nd Doruola,'one strap sandals f ,
< : f "' t sizes 1 .to five were one dollar 'and/one twenty-five;,
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!4.S.ShOCS child's, lace and buttob were .i:25Y "
., 37 pair shoes ,
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S 1,77 pair men's: ,white canvas shoes and .oxfords, : r. ; '. :': ; }
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4 ,.l,. ;. ;..., calf shoes. ," :;;oo4tb:. clos't. .: .....- .::: .. .$ i..J.UCJ ,44 pair,misses' .patent' leather!sandals, weretwo, $J,20. '
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oxfords, and lace shoes,/ to close! at. : .: . ;SS p." 3 33 palr'tar- Russian*** } .calf! oxfords., nd..l lace:shoes.'" made* -byanan S i! ,.,:close .at.:..-..-....-..J.I.: ._.......:...:. ::.:,';. .;:'P..I It4 !..- y'
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out at ...' ...,. .;... ::. .."':...' :, .: .. .. . .. tA"5H"__ ,.: .. ?were 1.75. to close at.......... ..:.:...**.#r..*...-fc_-.*....;;:w......y_l t2 '
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"- Suits of clothing on otu; bargain 'Counter at per' p
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xs ;; ; small men and large. .8ize|:.'32;'53, 34, 40, 42,and, 44. One, -hundred,boys suits on..the bargain counter to
Give us' a call, these prices will continue until this1 be'closed out-at zero prices ,

I lot of clothing. is sold out. If .. 200,pair boys'pants to be"sold.at' 25 per ctl disc. i
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