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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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i .$ IOo,oOo,0oO, ,(COMPAQ' Hahn Second.-Curry Defeated R aulerson+ ,and Hardee Won Fri>m SOLEMIZED YESTERDAY

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Individual l Results; In Each Precinct.
F" Formed'In New York to, Hike .
'-, Afternoon at 6 Oclock t Presbyterian -

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i' Loans There-Business Confidence i I.1 ". Church-Was One of \

Remains in the -Unofficial returns from all precinctsIn tory of the :''county, and the polling. Throughout the day a large crowd remained nIt la his favor. and make him the Society .
the county allow the following result of a phenomenal vote. congregated about the polling opponent of lr. emtt In the lee- Events o ,the
f.: As Is generally customary in most place, and so dose were expected the and '
-: Stricken City-Abid and Indications: primary, but this could not be
elections of ;the kind there were a results that there was little or no bet. yerlfted. Season-A PopCouple. tar, .(
Watson Is nominated over Werieyfor number of surprises to several.candi ting of the
Results any nature on outcome,
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i: ... ins the Legislature by a safe majority. date. ,One iU the vote secured \% though each candidate and supporter All the of those wh will have to 10 Into '

-. Cuirie wins out over Raulerson for the country precincts for member of expressed a reeling of confidence. second priflal'T. June 12. wID
1 the now proceed with I theIr campaign for
LegUlatnft by Hon. J. .W Wai-
treasurer by a safe majority. Immediately with the closing of the the same and t It little doubt
these '
son precincts being claimed by drove
Hardee defeats Gautlcr for tax col- polls at sundown the Inspectors be- but what It will more interesting .
N'ew.Tork 1&- It deter. the Worley supporters by sa'e major.
May was
? lector. !ities. | gan to arrange the ballots for countIng If possible than that held yes The marriage o: :Miss Agnes Sllgh.
.mined yesterday that $100.000,000 will but It until terdaT.
not after
Butler for assessor Is safe running Another was the support that rallied was eight t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ft. s. Flanagan. '
t be the. amount of eapCtallAUOR off the o'clock that the actual counting began Other Rnul"
without opposition. to Mr. Z. T !)Merritt candidate for Owing the and Mr. George G. Newcomb:
to
which numerous names to be
loan corporation .
new mortgage
All of the, old. board'of county com-- circuit court .*lerk. and which gave counted and checked the work was Besides,the results appearing In the was solemnized: last night at the Presbyterian
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:; ha been formed to advance money him lead table the followlllC persons were elected '
an unexpected over all others church six o'clock "
missioners excepting Mr. Tweedell, slow and It was not until 9:15 o'clock at Rev.
: for the rebuilding San Francltca for first place and the falling downof or received roses for once In var
;. this morning', with steady work all W. Wi. Farts performing the care
are' defeated.J. ions
precincts

Tie opinion was expressed that all several of&he candidates who had throughout the night that the task : mony. | '
C. Burteshaw is nominated for, been expected!! to show Fort Lauderdal4L .
prellminarfea will becompleted this ; up exception was completed the Inspectors and E. T. King member The wedding was a beautiful one In
week and the work of advancing money supervisor of registration by a large: clusivedefeal.Of: another Is the con- numerous watchers aa well aa the of executive committee. without every detail of the arrangement; Revs ,.

to rebnlldera ,,of the city begin majority. Raulerson by Currie, Interested candidates; who remained opposition 31 l' L Paris pronouncing the simple service f,

f- during tbenett_ thirty danRESULTS Hon. Frank Clark for Representative and Gautier |r Hardee for treasurer constantly in the.bunding, ,being well StuartFor stable A. I.. Lane, In an unusually Impressive manner. ,0
and these 25, and A. %0. Lane
collectortveepectlvelybothof fagged out. DOIItIn.ted. No color was used In the decoration :
in Congres secures a flatteringvote. contests likevall:: of the others bearIng ( committeeman ] '
THEA'IDINO. Day Passed PleaaanttyNo of the high carved pulpit railing only .
IN STRICKEN CITY the Indication of a very close result same yccarlD' Ball. IS:, aDd tall waving palms and masses of '

Whitfield and Parkhill lead Thorns prevlouto the election. unpleasant Incidents marred the H. E. latter nom.mated. Ferns forming the rich sea; back- Ii
The clerkship race resulted In the election here. The evidence of -.
Ilq- pound. Mr. A. S. Joyner presided
San.Francisco. May 16-:The Call U Clark for Justice of the Supreme
fornia" Promotion'Company. tuned a closest of and;;of the contests Messrs.Pitts. oar ',tom some source was prevalent, Lemon City -tor justice of the .at the organ rendering |.ne Priest'
; Court by large figures. Jaudoftjj and Dimick and few H. I. ctar', 78 Low Crockett
statement today concerning the earthquake receiving a Imbibers were a bit noisy peace : March as a prelude and( the Lohen
'and Are' ipSJdtfch! it says: Bll'teh and Burr lead Appleyard and nattering voles, and the former losing but'otherwise agreeable. 'I 37. For eonata e. Atkinson,, U. grin's Bridal March upon the entrance
Bailey safely for Railroad Commissioners. second place anJ a chance to run ; No OPposltlO1L of the bridal procession j '
The earthquak* damaged poorly Reports from an the outlying districts ",
In the second primary by but dares I Palm Beachr constable..C. C.
The ushers, Messrs. Thos. McGahey a
constructed buildings, but demonstrated I > where the"vote was small be-
the fact that modern buildings of For the individual votes by precincts votes ip gan to come In as early as 7:30 and ',Pnrdom nominated.DeerfieldFor S. Osborne. McKendre MeCook and .
I Th.\-Contelt\ 'In Miami seetltI"e committerman
the higher type are not affected' bT they were read from the stage of the Roddle BurJlne.. ( maid or'honor.
see Incorporated table.The I Probably the greatest Interest IB R. F. SUo nominated
Miss ; of Palm
seismic disturbances. The health Fair building. The Elks receired
the election{centered In Miami this Mllml-For constable, John 1' Dr
continue Beach and then Preeededme .
conditions of this city .wonderfully returns also and many members gathered upon
good. precinct having$ as many votes as the there to hear the same. Derry 143: BIn enter. lZ'I: w. H.MorrI. the arm of her bridegroom
Business 'Confidence'.remains' nn- primary election throughout the rest of" the[tounty combined. All : .. 6S: Sa Rondtree. IS: W. with his .,W. H.

.... shaken and .all banks hare demo-I'county yesterday for the nominal day the candidates and their supporters It was reported today at noon that \Y. Stanton, 11: J. Daa WhIte. 26. Tomklns, met the party at the altar.
IT.. strand, solidity Panic has been of CongtesalonaL Legislative and conn-' were"active and brought out a. )lr, Fltts would ask for a recount ot and \\1. J. ml' n. n7. DeBerryIand I Mrs Alex St. Clalr-Abrams ot JackIsonvllle .

threatened no time and the abiding ty officials, resulted in one of the large vote, the total nuinber!. of ballots the votes cast yesterday In the hope Wilson win over ,hi the serf sister of the bride,and Mr.
warmest political contests In the his 72.t that the would change the ODd 1
remits of the disaster win be wider can being I"." o ,. same rrThe Jrfmary. Newcomb. father of the bridegroom

streets.. more imposing eoinces,'isrg-- 0 (! were the only visiting relatives Pre
Co. eo.owiaan
er parks and a complete fire fighting I "S J:pr tlC.m: Itallwa E4pr.UttTt*n. Comlj Clerk yfoety I Tea ty I bool 8.pCoin end There were many guests In attendance ,
system which will utilize the watersof eo..I..IOIIer I I Tnai. Collect lat Ole. 24 Die I 13d DU Ilk Die 5ih Die :oardrir.tDi.tr Rtfi.UU prominent number' of :
the most
city's
.the ocean. people.
.. I The bride wore a Crave !Ing costume
ALL SAVINGS:: BANKS "' : : of rich silk voile In th< Alice bin
TO BE RE.oPENED I i shade with a becomlnglv stylish hat
-., .I | PRECiXCTSA :: :s i ... .. I.. } I :; :I -; I ck .. of the same color In paler shades The

Ban Francisco Kay U-AIi'th.: tar- .', ., *, = 6 t. i :! t i i i iIi' r11 ; :; i J .t 1.rir.tDi.tr .> !Ill: 1 ; suit was,handlOme.-tho, modeled

: Ings banks In the 'city'win open.'or :o,5 a 9$3 & :3t awp :i cn :; : ': iii :! l !e : F l> '. : : aaS: on simple lines made with an Eton

business May %1. The officials of a i iii A ..aa. I' : == :: d I z.; 3t fig ... ::; Ii .. :! jlo; ,x Jacket over an al.oyerl white, lace, <.

these banks declare the Institutions (000 ; ... ..I>c 3! d li 115.. A w dd.tl t. c, m gc! C< e: ai. F ."I .i ii m I. :t xre .. .68'a.t waist. Miss Sllgh Is a pretty young'
are In excellent condition woman of the bolnde type'and'last'night

___ .. was doubly beautiful In the happiness ,
-- 11 >r >> 30 J9 5 21 7o. (2: 41 '4 44 41 J Jr S'I a II rex6 '
BURR AND'BUTCH: "aplln I :: 1 : I' 13 31 J :s II 1\ 15 11 I I 11 1 D of the day of all days Her
:;;:; .-- I j u.11II) 11 : :. 1 I : It 1- 4! it2 ao T2 151 117 113S37 7 I I 9t lie III 120 11ru 116 30 95Dein bouquet. was of white e ireatkms arranged .
PARKHILL
4 WHITFIELD AND lay 13 I ? H 5 I I 4. "j 13l! 151 ZI I 4 ...I I 1M 11 II 15 Z1 I. II 12 ITt the .
-- u 14 \ I I .1 I 21IX I ,23 7l 11 1.LpdtldaM 2S3S5 In fashionable shower ef
the. State "Burr Lea pe.e .: .IS.U IT 11ie Ie iJ I ,1 u J 115 o U f9 :"t I 1 5 1is! I 15 ; a 5 U feet Both the bride's and mald's-
Have Swept : -- e I s I! 5 :'ii 17 I' J I I i' Ii 14:11: G '
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i ;31 tTteket In lyuvalate. ) I OJ a '27 : 31' :: e 21 !23n ,: 45 I: 11:5: !1 31 v 11o. / o-honor bouquets came from 'Wash-
ff rr \\t& -U ctt7--. :_ 605 11 i : K ill J \ I 17eb I !8!l 711' 1 j! Ti *5 76 M u Ington. The mafd- ror carried .1
>oIII!" Miami t1000U.t-' -"__ 2 4l 311.I .. Z 511 1 21!! ee.I'ij I 13' JI5 300(4! ( *! I 31 ,' m; 3\7 3M I 7)) 4f..1' 151 a shower of 'esqalllte. France roses
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Ir. O/-D. Broesler4: a telegram ___ I 43 4J ] I St A 1 N 34 75 0 31 IS 5 a.W..r
Ca'iDr __ i 733 I I 'Olf \ j 0u 70 1 25 j I I 14 l -1 at I. I D 0 17t. tied with pink and white ribbon
this alernoon from R. .Hudson Pah ,2 33'I I IIo Z .1' : >4- I 1 It 24 ::1 I 4 41 U Miss Newcomb's. of ,
Burr candidate for reelection at Railroad D.erl.k Daata'w ,' !i : .! I' I :. .1 i IT' n J. to e I I II I u costume was
CommlsiionerrJated at'Jacksonville .' ?ZI.. a: 11 ZJ I \ ,1 t 8 -11 :II'30 '11' ... 't. ,, ;31 il 6 I ttIS 515 cream moire, made Eton'effeet" and

and-aayingKtBrna so. far In- 'Total:. KM I 456 atlr; sa 401 5571054 7u 336 II3lI 257 190 SIT 73S *72 mUM I 430 MO W3 ml SM I Ml c to I 736 41* 77* ornamented in green cloth covered
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; dlats'theeleCUon'ot BUtch and myjett. tIee.- = I = i'i'J: Ma bottons. The gown was perfectly I'

." -. : -- .,- tailored, and most fashio able and becoming ::
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Later The Jaeksonrflle Metropolis
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; carried toTnooa)'sty":the todar Prom State Burr'returns for'KaOroad and,receired BUtca*Com hare up BESIOEHCErf" C, CONE.r D M GED; ESCAPADE E OF IAD GEORGIAGULMINnTEDJ OY' late white As leghorn the plume.beauty bride adorned and Her"her.1lth'5 hat attendantturned was large, the :


'mlssloaertv 4Parkb111''aad'Wbdtfaid< %* .-' **t *Jf-,* -, f Vt -4 -r. -' .:; to leave the altar tier tte


.. hare the iaiPaval tothe, ticket.swept State County the Bookman Senate.State._1,684 of votes Burr Dun received,leading goes '- uEHIUUIiLi Hi.Y FlUB' LAST NIGHT T TBy CITY OF MiAMI beauty final a words lovely and of and regal betrothal.fascinating In the r they elegant picture presented ar-of ;


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Previous to the wed ng,' Mr and .
ITALIANS AND NEGROES !1<', tn. FhuPD served n. elaborate

ENGAGE.IN RIOT iAi I fI good and ffldent Rork Ok,.'file, militating,.ii-I.against< efficient service for story of the doings of a badboy" ter him In the r cltT. and then supper at the home, .th Fort.Danis ,
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: Albany and Troops lent to Preserve department"*lilt nlgnC not"onlysuoceedej : the 'IIreme.1$to 1 be interfered wit*.' comes to light and culmination some of arrl"34;padel were related. carry Hotel arranged TIle table and decorated was moat artisti Only

Advice offered, them simply aggravatesthe From his ntl the boy II of one
Order in saving the Charles Cone in this city with the result that the the families Dr. and :Mrs T.81tacP..
i sltnatlqn. "I have tried to get of the first faeolllea or Georgia bat
f1Ibaa1. May 16A riot between residence on 11th street, between Avenues together an'efficient body of firemen" youngster ts now on his way to a reform even at his tender art has given his Mrs A. L. LaSalle and the best man i

D and E. from' total destruction said ChleffHardie "and am entirely school In Atlanta to see if he parents much tr able. were presentAfter
Italians and has occurred ax .
negroes the there dellghtful
ceremony was a
the brick yards some miles tout* of bat In protecting adjacent property responslbleifor the handling of a fire, cannot be taught the rules of honesty Just before coining here h. cot Into reception luUn until the departare -
be It good 'r bad. and I do not,want the trunk of'I guest In the house .
habit of there II
and believing
nere. The sheriff and deputies went from damage. the no of :Mr. and M L Newcomb
to the scene and the local militia were the men Interfered with any more place like home. and made a"aT with two watches
The Are was discovered about 10 on the evening train They go toMr.
than they kilt If themselves. I'In and about IIttetn dollars In -
ordered held In readiness. About a week there arrived In money.
ago N."comb'l home the
o'clock by Mr. B. G. Button. ,It wa tend to hate such Interference stopped With the monet he came to Ylaml. upper
today the sheriff the city from a point In Georgia a
fSfcortly afternoon ] part or the State and a for a visit
sent word requesting that soldiers b.. then"4 burning briskly on the Inside bat haj:.rather do It by easy than thirteen year old boy, neatly dressed I bringing the atcbes allO. One of JaeklOnvUle. r eat

sent him as soon'a. possible. The and by the time the department re harsh methods..' but barefooted. He possessed no ttiem a silver meplece; he swapped The bride possesses moat wholesome
to A law aid .ruling In every city In I other clothing and presented himself for a bras wat h after arrival here.
cause of the ,riot .was an attempt calved the alarm the entire building charm and lovable character
CM the places of the striking Italians was,well. ablaze. Several lines 'of the countries that the chief of the at the home of a friend of his parents The other one, gold watch be gun with the charm of Indl Idnailty, and

with 'negroea. hose were laid and the flames quickly Ore department Is supreme daring the saying that he had been sent to corded la hldln under the house of grace which have won f 4r her a circle

Eleven buildings were burned. Including controlled, though not before the progress oC;;a fire and the police are. visit them. Sickness prevailed tn the 'police oml't'r rdee. where be wu of !deals whIch cent Inll. both old
the music hall children's tem banding bad been badly damaged by under his Erections to see that no In' family, and not having been previously taken by the marshal previous to and roune. .. She al baa many -I:
pie Warner Hall and Ore cottages. fire and water it being practically terfereuee'Xttb''' the firemen or otherwise advised of his coming. It was Impossible carryIng him to his home, and It was friends It other cities here she hal

The assembly records were saved but gutted. Is offered at a fire. It Is a law for him to be accommodated not dlacovered' until he prepared to resided and visited T e bridegroom '

nothing' else of value. The department however was fortunate rigidly enforced> and should prevail; and also snsplclontng that somethingwas leave for horn bean an excellent rep tatlOll among .,

The fire originated In Rosemont cot. In confining the fire to the one here. j!g wrong by his having no baggage The boy..a not toM or his destination -. his buaineas anti social associates II

, tags The body of the negro caretaker building and keeping It from spreading I he was turned over to city marshal for th reform school at At.lanta. an upright eharaeter. His formll ,-

. was found there and It is bettered to others, and received numerous Hardee while his mother was Informed for fur e would escape from borne was Palm Bearh.
Western Union Officials! Here I IW of his whereabouts and asked for him at Dlght. He was taken away .
the flre.wt caused from. his cigarette. congratulations for the efficient man. The presents were t numerous
f '" ner In, which It was handled- Quitea .Mr, B. Fv)Dillon nperint ndent of I instructions yesterday mar In;;, His Dame III beautiful for accura a description.An .
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MI.*Hahn Expresses His Thanks crowd assembled and as f usual a this division of the Western Union Information was returned that he withheld on al' nut of his family and immense table was led high with

t I wish to thank my friends through- number of citizens attempted to take Telegrapbfiervlce{ with headquarters had run away from home and for him their friends h e. the gt'ls which were 0 every necessary -

4. out Dade county for their kind and charge o: the situation and dictateto In Jacksonville: accompanied by Mrs. to be held by the authorities awaiting need In a Jlf'rfl' Iy fitted out -
f cordial support To those who thought the firemen-..hat they should do. Dillon and 41 J. Levin," general man further advice. In the meantime the Going to Havana! sliver cheat,, 'china co t and buffet

r best to support some other candidate.I I In speaking of this matter today ager of th<,,)iame company, with headquarters youngster remained the guest of mar. The steamer lartlnlque will sail for The sliver and cut KI Fa were pre-

(, bear no 111 will and from present indications.'I f!I Chlet Hardie said that he regretted ii} Atlanta, came down on I. fhal Hardee, net susplclonlng that he Key West aDd flt'Sna tonight with a dominant aDd rich fn a ntrf'm

:;:. am to 'enter the second tr )I exceedingly to have to make complaint this morn "1 train and are spending I was under enrveilance, the officer takIng number of p ssengers and much The happy couple followed oa .

; primary- with'my .friend. Z. T. :Met-!about! tb.,conduct of some people at the day Mere. Tonight they will ,r special pains to keep the 'act! freight Among the PAFt'nl't'tI are their honeymoon by all'i e lIDt't're and '".

it rite and promise to nm the same clean fires. He personally. Is willing at all I leave on !(Se steamer: Martinique foi j from him for fear that he would "run"i several taking advantage of the excursion .hearty wlshes.Imaglnab e. and will be

; race I did before and solicit your support ]times to take advice and suggestions a bn..lnes":;;and pleasure trip to Havana (I again. i rate or ':O.fO! to Havana and ',I warmly welcomed as.r !dents of Ml'smL ..-

:: P. W. HAHX. i but deems It entirely Improper ,and' and tither points In Cubs Monday night a young man sent atE return as offer I I ;
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DAILY AND WEEKLY On $S rt or Long lime

PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAYBY j
THE Easy Payments) and rniture I


MIAMI PRINTING COMPANYB.


TATUM., Pre.. S. BOBO DEAN. Sec.-Treae I, DadeiGo. Security Go- Will be Sold at Redu ed Prices for thirty days ,;

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Entered at the. Postoffice at Miami.Fla., at second-das matter LOCKAND Expert Repairing.GUNSMITH J. w. Wat.o$ : : Avenur.I'u ,D

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Avenue C between 12th and 13th Stl.
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One Year .l.......... ..... One Month .. . .. .<..$ .45 I .
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WEDNESDAY MAY 16. 1906!


VITAL.SECRET OF ADVERTISING.Frank ',1';' fI2," ''i "" Are now women by the I Edwin (Clapp Shoes tc.
,; I ;! I I, I'' best dres in MI-
In "Brains" the vital secret of advertising '. ,IIIII..,,..... .., ,, '
Hanghtallng. writing on; !ji .. .. _! !!.' '" I' ami. We have persistently -, ; .
elves this common sense advice, which we commend to all merchant., ;, 'u"t" .. .. "!! !!II.d:!'! !II! .:lIi: advertised these Edwin ? fine shoes for .
business men and others who must advertise to succeed: i ?ij 'I ; : ii:! 1"1I1C" C for the past seven years men you can put ;

"Arousing human Interest Is the object of every advertisement A 1 A ,,, 4Jv', ': and in all this time we your They cost
knowledge of the elements which make human Impulse and arouse enthusiasm _-,;' @ "'rtrrl: ;!:;: ;riy a!;r.:",':, have never had a kick 75c 1 pair more at '
in any vine person constitute the first principles of advertising That :' rTh...::1'.r1tl!: I'?F.It.;! : :, "I rj or a complaint about other makes In ;
w r '. them We the for the of
I ; guarantee price '
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every human being can be greatly moved by certain influences when then J.J.) lr2h i;
rlj : : them Absolutely Pureit
Influences are brought to bear upon his mind we recognize as a fact. Every i i.lw.f: 1l ,''II)
advertisement Is launched with the hope that It contains somewhere the secret t '; ''i, .w.rt' :. worsted with no adulter to's 7.00 '-4
the I i, I,w}l' '. ;1 ation or manipulations
potion which will excite the readers of.It to enthusla8m'concerning 1.
it .r1r. :!illm, .' t of any kind to contain BEST'on earth.
They ,
artiCle advertised.. Every advertising man and every publicity purveyor has
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for sale- what. his customers hopes the key to human souls. Every dollar ,!ilI:: i'',! I< bl!:!; ll, iblilli'lli! through and throughpure
spent, charged to the account of advertising. Is given up in hopes that the <' ":;, ,; !iP.u.s : I : aSA 1 18 oz. PALM SHIRTS
nine
InJuence thus gained will be such as to open the Joor of a great human"Wantrto" J:' '": III i: f!Iilli i weight. assort- I
In behalf of,the goods exploited. But a few times in a year if ?:,illilillm,;, : 1';:d'I ldli iPt i ,"?:i,ih,;j II"illllllll'I'i,, ,! 'I'I "11, ment now on hand to Royal for fine dress wear-We have taken
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01" I I I Wil"i i" j I I I : pains shirts the best wearers the best fit..
yon will take note.can you run across a system of advertising that you pick.ffom.. Price only
ters andjthe neatest patterns that could be had _We ask
the that reached heart" Understand I believe lJ.
wit recognize as song .my me.
{ you to cpll I and see how well we have succeeded. Price
that any house is better than no house at all I think a card or a 7
y,6' $ and 8.00
sign has' "an advertising value. But I know that the people who spend .: __ 2.00 and $$2.50
money for advertising ammunition' might as well have the bullet hit tb- r .

bull's eye and ring the bell as to make a dark spot on the outer edge of the
target- It's up' .to- the man who holds the gun.Really I HOSIERY Men's Straw hats Trunks, Bags!I and

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,. now,.look.over the last advertisement yon wrote and,published. _
and tell'Just what Influence yon expect it to have. .If that ad had attracted finest line of ever Suit Cases <
le
hosiery seen in plain straws roughs sent etts, etc I
your attention as a reader does It contain sufficient power to overcome Tour 1a '
Ir Mlaml. Big, Assortment in silks. We stock -
; _See our new Guam panamas. bought our at big closIng -
lethargy.and"natural indifference! other people's troubles to make yon *
mercerized silks, and cotton. Price They are extreme light, and cool out sale while In New York city
get op. go to the telephone or write' a letter and spend the money requiredfor I I and can save you Price .}
.the article'advertised., Still Imagining, yourself The Public' does lie 11' money.
manner la" which yon-have presented the subject constitute an appeal which 25c to_ $1.00 : Price 50 cents lip. 3.00 up

win_make yon dissatisfied until you possess the article described? If It .

does yon have a profitable TrtJaement-one that will bring, results. It
, yon have such an advertisement, can yon analyze It and tell me the element

s which produce produce the'same this'effect!effect! Could Can yon yon write write advertising an altogether for an different altogether ad and different J All goods marked in plain figures : : : Strictly one price to all "

, subject and still'be aura of the result? Can yon ten,what are the ,

which vulnerable saner spots deny/a In 'human proper iiatnre appeal?? Do Do yon yon' know know the to which human. one sentiments of these I "We sell the best that money can buy; W want the world .to know it"i
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. sentiments the article jot have to sell gives pleasure. Can you so present I
.your petition to your possible, customer your article will receive Immediate .
recognition: as filling a vital need? Profitable advertising Is the result o:the
most exquisite diplomacy worked out on paper and backed up by facts In
' 'every'detail. .The advertising of,any concern la always a live Issue and always
; needs the surveillance"of an'expert"

? the f\nth ngRo'TIfh_ Company
!, It 1* a pity If Father Capon: is dead'and Ube is not dead he ought to be.
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,over the primary"can nowtnra, their attention to something a little more .

profitable.. .-' '. .'
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Ii-. Who' yon root for the upbuilding of Miami and Dade county yon are do- ._ _u.- ,_ _....- ,
1: tag something that_will benefit_yourself as well as the other((fellows.; Tbatii
the difference between prosperity and politics. ; if !f :
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t- a .J V .... Y W nt .JiUg Houe?
( Chicago's club women'are advocating short skirts,. The short; sklrt! Issn -
f- right,but it elves emphasis to the bigness of big feet!! .Have the"Chicago .: 4' (j Is

1<, club ladles thought of that? _!*! f! V- I I' M i r i ... .Jtjw"V J s _J -

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The Georgia minister who was suspended from his pulpit by the North
,; Georgia'Conference for "kissing a woman" has been restored by the General

\, Conference; What did. his',home Conference expect him to do? Kiss a ;. 'i t
" man? I \ If so we can do nothing for you, but ;
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la the town-of Seaford. which, is In the State of Delaware the girl's
are selling kisses at a dollar each for the benefit of the San Francisco snffeera. -
There' whole rates, i I" residence, bu mess bock! or a building of kind '
are no but goods can be returned if not satisfactory If you want an absolutely water-proof any

and the terms are c. o. d. I i.. we will be glad to show'you a water proof artificial stone that is the best on the market

.New York City debt is 1625.000,03. and is increasing at the rate of We will demonstrate to you that water can be cured over the facing of our stone

r 150.000,000 a year. This vast sum is balanced by 1170,000.000,000 sinking 1 and will stay there until evaporated by the sun, with not the least bit of absorbment by]the
fund,holdings. .The net funded debt is about 1422,000,000. But New
York is: a big.town. stone It is not healthy to live in a damp house, t erefore protect the health of yourself

The'RepubUcan County Central Committee has been called to meet in t I. and family and build a stone house. Plaster can be pi t on this stone.thus saving the expense

Miami. Stay, 22.: next Tuesday, to decide the date of holding the county con J' of lathing and 'we. GUARANTEE our stone will toot ,crack or peal. We also deal in
_vention. This means that a ticket will be placed in the field in opposition .
1- DON'T FORGET TO GIVE US A CHANCE TO BID
:' to the Democratic,primary nominees. There are many good Republicans Cement. : :
. throughout the county and while none of them can expect Republican! ,
; ticket to.be IUcceMtut;Jt is-necessary ,should be put out to maintain party F
f-:- prestige and organization in the county.. 1 I i

,The Ocala Banner. in making suggestions for maintaining a beautl.nl''
'ud.clean.to1fD among other things 1&11Amon, the. first things to be''! Art Stone CoOffice
.' Bone are: to enforce the ordinance to keep roaming animals off the streets I fJhe; Construction
and- vacant lot within the town limits and each property owner and renterto
keep paper'of all kinds off his or her own yard and outside pavement.J
and, trash out of gutters and to see that the premises are In a sanitary 1
,con once what you can and keep
on trying.
Let each one of us. men and women of this town lend a helping hand now, I [ and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. ( "Look for the Turn in the Wall"I

and. not.hold! back for some one else. Let us, one and all, put our shoulders i j
to this wheel and make it move.." .
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_-:.... _.THO MIAMI..W.FLORID.MATHER IMPORjANC&OF:' : I II.. --. ._. -. .. .i

i l- leehanleal and Hyd/awlto engineer ,
mndmina, steel town tank, caeU 1 1r
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ffceprofessions .e pwnplnf enclnee. calranlaeta4 EXPERT GUNNERY .
black pipe at vhoUeal SpecUacnlnery .
destined and built'Aiat .
Oas Oenmteni .. ,'f
mt Kafle Acetylene l 'Pil : : \ ';,;: rC I


Pattsxsetss RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR SHOWS : 'tt {:: .iI
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Miami ti\ Skating -.,. : : { _
POWER CRACK
ATTORNEYS AT ,LAW. -'SSI\THE NEED OF .' .. ''' ',.. :

11Nyteetle.ta allsecns.neisimniimr ....siisiO.BOSOT. .'erau..... p.rslaa..... SHOTS AND LONG RANGE SEA +C .,'i'l,,: .' -.-'t'.,"" ,,f,.... .-. '
a.M 'rIIIeI. Rink FIGHTINd'IN: FUTURE STRUGGLES ) : A
MJasal. PU.K. .
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.S: UTMOUK E. ). AT 1IS01C Open te 10 .. .... for beglner 'I SUMME ''i
Seymour & Atkinson Open 1 U 8 p. m.Open7 .i 1. T06GER
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tt 11 p. m.Tueetfay onr'
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Attorneys and afternoon reserved for London Silly 16-A ccordlnf to the J

; Counselors At Law. Saturday foreneen reserved children deduction .which the British natal exports F 1

cUlattMtto* udvUpnctl: Ia aU COIIttI", COMPETENT'INSTRUCTORS have drawn from the Ruito-Jap-
StaM an* rtdcflI'e. Admission 10 cents. Skating 28 cents :
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anew navah-campalpi especially
I iC-. .Room 5,6,7,Fries*!!Bid;.,Miami Ith St. West of Ice Factory Upstairs from the b ttle of Tsoahlma. It It Vacatiqn Needst, i

WE CAN HELP YOU TO' MAKE highly probable that all treat nan
: G. A. Worley YOUR HOME engagement! "I of the future will be I ":
ATTRACTIVE AND COMFORTABLE fought at tong range No matter where you go, when you go, how long you stay, you'll need to be provisioned 1

Attorney at Law A* we can furnish )'OU'with useful The Importance( of expert tannery properly with clothing and fuml ilngs to enjoy complete comfort. This store

JiO,. Twelfth St, Miami, Florida and ornamental articles. for every la, thcrefori; the ant conalderaUon. Is amply prepared to supply every wa t In this connection-with the essentials and '
room from the parlor to the kltehon. But the datnjace that can be wrought :
all the lesser "fixings" and at prices consistent with good quality. For Instance ;
Floowr Pots, Jardiniere, door by modern H4nch naval rant, at ranges *
Geo. M.: Robbins and porch matt, ruga, lamps, varying Horn 6,000 to 7,000, renders
I straw mat*. Don't fall to'..oar' It necessaryl that naval constructor
Trtuevtii.FU. I 'unitary cooking war. Rooking-' should provide the best type of protective Suits :
.' Attorney and CounselorAt ham ware, mixing bowl and napkinsJOhnsollTompkins armor In an battleships. The Outing I
Law Dreadnau t Is stated to be an up-to-

WQt fcmctlc U an Cewta,.Stets &at FNws. date battleship In every 'respect, but .

-- It Ins Is would doubtfu|)be whether proof her against armor 10-Inch plat. Smart,'stylish things in genuine homespuns, blue, black and gray serges and flannels '

Hudson & Boggs guns at ajfange! of .2.000 yards. In superbly made, ready to put on and went and they will'wear, $5.50, $650, $ $10Neg1ige
5 and lOc theory no ito tlle battleship will be
permitted to:approach within that dis
: Attorney at Law : :
tanee. Iui?actual practice, however, r
.' Townley Building,'Miami, nGrid' Variety Store It I* alwari xhat unexpected that hap. ShirtsA.
; pens. i I fg
The largest naval guns In use today
,!. 6LA696.1r. ., N. 1017 AVOIMM D. _Miami. Pla. 12-inch ,
fc. P. are the type similar to those
f -- with whichthe! flagship of the Atlantic extensive. and choice assortment In all the new fabrics. 40c up to$2.00

_. OfflM wttkl4 ON**namser.BlB squadron ;jibe King Edward VII-, re- I ..l
't- BSIlVlBBBBM Isstk J ateNNr eenll,Iy established) a world's record 'of Underwear Neckwear Headware
Hosiery
OCMI Ave'. 0. "Wire for Me thirteen hits out of fourten shots. >
Y1AYL. rLOBm.L. .
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Theae 12-lqch guns are costly to maintain
and their Inner tubes Invariablyneed All sold at tempting rites for best grade goods 1
Dr James M. Jackson.
: : renovation after 'rom twenty. Your honest dollar will always find an honest bargain here '
and I'll Wire rorYou" four to thirty-five shot have been f ff
u Officio C6eler l2dl si:and Arantippeslte J fired. It fit, therefore to be assumed
IJaIcoIIIaI that no POWer: will Incline to the production
Phone I76 otr guns of larger calibre for f I'
'*- tlonrss 311.4 cad.it. 8 p. a.DR. naval warfare, and it would be quite
C. H. BROWN possible brj mean of slxteen-Jnch
KnIPP ,tea},i ito render a battleship.Impervious RW1hodes-
:
._ W.-.B, RUSH. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR toheavy;; gun fire at an reasonable !
r;hgel. At present our lat
Office OT-litn etr.et'Pboni tt.
: 1113 Avcmc.C: : est type battleship Is armored with ,
BeidenMlaX>89Ui8t. nine or teat nches of steel plating. and- "
.LUU. .FLA. It IJ. therefore, 'doubtful whether finality
andDon't Men's Furnisher
in -.tumor plating has yet been Clothier
arrived at$| .
: J.H.F.f : Mullett. M 'D It I* now:contended that the Ue required .
BISCAYNE for?:a battleship of twenty-five
:". Offlce: Booms I and 4 knots speed, armored with a sixteen- forget!) the Number 322 Twelfth Street Miami Florida.
Inch KruQp steel belt from tern to
FrissMl BuDdlar DRUGCOMPANY item, would about
be twenty-five percent
Bonn 10 a.m. 1d m. a*o l p... -, less%dlsplacement than several
Bendence 141, lOtb street.FRED of the Tl ins-Atlantic liners.
Such a-ressel would, therefore, be IY
'LITTER. quite practicable and,, apparently desirable j
< ', ; '
u: tit- every way For scouting I
Qtatral. Contractor and recoitnolisance purpose against ,
Oradtnr.' j : t opposition a battleship, of this type
i Blaetlna. would be tin valuable. She would be,
.w.... Ortlted..Sidewalk, to all Intents and purposes Invulnerable M National
The Dallas Bank
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M ditin6 says";agalnst torpedo or submarine
; Itta$.;and would, therefore con <
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: W. C. Miaynard, lUtote a Unique factor in future naval
M i
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warfare.
I ORADJUATE33PT1C1AN In medicine, be carefulIn It I* Improbable{ that the typeof f i ,. .-

i'WIth Haynard Jt Son.Jewetore what you buy 'and battleship which will, supersedethe 6774. t
4 AtaN D list M host OSaf Dreadnaught will be a vessel of .
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e you buy)r It.;' It Is. a considerably Increased weight, of -- J r .
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J twp' armor such at the one now under 411euuleD. -
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L.1 McDONALDSar only that .. \ t
GEO.. Important ..; many Indication are pointing l

j., .ChD.IquIr! f .;you get/the/ best val-_ In.that t,g direction at presentNOTICE United -'States Depository.:::: Depository State of Florida

+sytag&at S.1dtvtdt.g Lahti$gaewy.... : I ues, but also thai you CONTRACTORS; -' '. t... .

OOOOUTUT" OBOYX. FLA.WALTER I :get goods that give you Sealedfproposal, will 'be receivedby --t I ., i I

C.. DxbAKMO satisfactory results;we .the f. tmderalpe4- untO twelve : i E-1-i, .' I--, .} j :
o'clock-BOOB (II'DL), Tuesday, May
.a.ro'h1. ; have) a ;reputation: !for: f 2J.llO<,jfor the erection and 'completion Report'of mndition.on: April It6th., I906r as reported
< ''furnishing satisfactory! o ti i a two story and basement.
"Concrete. Block Building known 'the Comptroller or the (Currency-Condensed(;
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.i 1210 Ave. C- MJiu ,Fl* 'and Reliable Goods. as'the West Palm Beach High". and j .' _
___ .r Graded i School BuDdID.c'at. "West
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BUch.iFlorida.lt accordance
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1 TKc Chapman House ; Jv- ta p .> **_ .r.f. .+ with, plan Mid drawmga'.prepared f '.1''!! 4t ; 4v '' : 1. i ?
by Bruce,':Everett Hays architects, ResourcesLoans dO !"
., IF. W. CHAPMAN.. Prop.taw 70e-708 !t EngUsh-American. ,Building
FINE!' CANDlfS'AND
j g Outfit(an US..w... Cay.IIpedaI.tamtott of Vr*>1M..!wassal z.. Atlanta,da. '

i> w-t......a.n...an.wta 0._...amyl aaaI.. "e "Pa1a....")."sac.........a.IM.. ;CIGARS.. onars A certified itUXKD.mnst check for accompany ODe Thousandeach t. : and- discounts..................:t,+...............$422,070.qo

;t GeM hall-,8aII1q aM o-a MIIaIq. bid as a-guaranjee that ate contractor Overdrafts, secured......... ..... ......:". ........ ..:.... 18,7 7'18
i: Defray. Florida will enter Into contract: for the erec-

TeL COr.12: Uon of|:>aid building. U.:,S.;. Bonds, and premium .::..:........................'-. ,7l,000.JO(
.3. St. Ave. : D Copies:of plans and specifications
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A.W. Graham,z .. can be'obtained from.>the undersigned Other stocks and Bonds..................:..t.. ;:........"'i .41,000.00,
j : or the architects and.a deposit I
Contractor: and Builder of |10 will be 'required to i .Insure ,Banking House.............. ................:............ 50,000.90

Satisfaction Gaaraatoed. We are NowtReady: 'to,Furnish and prompt specifications.''bel safe return of the.. plans Due from banks and U. S. Treasurer .:::.... .. ... .... 74,657.

Lit Ht. as afar.....o rem.ru.row.work.0.1a a..*..14.*Mn. ..Y1aaLExpert .....yw.ia..... J. Tribune, Snett The i tt.1 Banal rights H.reserved.O. Hood. ,, Cash in vault ..... ...... ..... .... .......; ..... .... ..... ...... 47,758.$3:

Chairman Board of School Trustees. 23513
., wesspatm: Beach. P7a'Mthi
and othermakes
Typewriter ,
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of
Repairingiv. : Bicycles
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.. MeatMarket : ( ()()

, f C.- PRESTON Capital!. .... .. ................I.... ........ ................ .$100,000. X)
.- 304 9th SL P.O. Box 311 ? ,

I ; i ; '. Surplus and undivided pro ts........ .. ::..:..... ...:... ... 6,766.: ..

Emil A. Ehmann : >. National Bank Notes. .. .:. .t.-4\"...;.: ..... ....... 52,000.00
\ ,,, T; A. Feaster, Prop. .
f\ Architect Mimi DEPOSITS. . ..... .... .::::.......... .:. .. ... .. .. ..566,468.. 6
: West Palm Beach

. .. West Palm Beaoh a Florida {, $725,235. .3'

ft.: The bicycles and other I Florida

t : Merritt &- Kolb goods are the best stan- I

Real Estate Rentals eta dard goods on the market The Fort Dallas National Ban offers to all customers old and ne v--every-
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_Estates 'MMwgcct .. Hartford and 'other Tires. and. Western: favor consistent with sound bankin ideas, and every accomodation i keepingf"

t Ave. (X near 12th St.Miami. Fin. Coaster Brakes fitted fio old Meats with their balances and financial sta ding. .

DR.. E.. M. .LAW wheels. All work guaranteedBest J 1 if

.. new wheels for rent t

t-:: L Finley i DENTIST Building' 231 12th Street. Blue Front atCarroIl Mail I H orders attention receive prompt Wm. M. Drown, President Geo. R. Gomph. Cashier I

ft 1317-1319 Avenue D ,I
Artistic Work Thoroughly .. & CIark 23 Miami Florida
J ,Bxoeutvd --;- c Phone, !! ; : ".
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1.. % , i : f I {!;', './.. ." 'celebrate,the everitfwe will sell for 40 days from Friday, May'18th,'to May :,. M:.7 -
g. 28, all furniture and ousefumishings at prices never befor heard of in'the'M" P' "'
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History of Florida. Our store will be closed Wednesday May 16th and Thursday, May ;17th; tomarkdou' n goods 1


;M, Thi1gP: Irs .;,. fY9UR CffiANCE: !I 'I

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: 6 _1' !> Incorporation l fSpecialj' Incorporation Incor'ation Spec Incorporation_Special 1 [ ,,. .
enameled iron bed,full;; Special oil tempered steel Brass tri med iron bed I; ,f "''
size only on hand, 651[!'45 pound all cot- spring, cool),sanitary All size!i small foot, ,
: ; < ton mattress, regt ,noiseless, all ,
in stock,value 55; sales; reg. $10.00; sale. price I I
(e i ular) 6.00 yal. for sizes. Sale price nro 1

$2.45 r' $4.95 $2.45 $.6.95 .

r. With each- *;= bed.spring- .and maurfs sold we will sell a feather pillow\for .23c each; 45c i pair

i. : -:;; ;.. ., ?{-i2t, ; .. -- This is the first time, .that refrigerators s '>have
A: 'D/:; '/} lJ'g 'V' rt 1 J --
; ,':f 17 ever been cut in price at this i. season ft,the gear, ;
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: ',., ''WVi1 1 ;,1lt};\ trtI\,' r1iWvi1\ )' W. !. But this evertlmu5j: ,,?be nemorablie f -lh'| ; .
I '..,. >'Vi'. ":.: 1 Y l ..' ,' in the minds of tr e_people__of Dade County

With eadi tefrigeWor! wtf will sell 6 bowls like cut for Id ,each

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k .. piece in our immense stock to go'at:
L Japanese Mauing J : n1 J.t I

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; C we l a Ulllg.. :I'd'\: Val 30 1 0 to. 60c. facks.free/all!I' .Deeded t

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Same!_ prices to all.!,)cash.", "or insti"ment.,. ; no- distinction If W r --- .; in this s!ale. '_Buy" 'now_. ,t,tt*pay,as *.you.i t' ; nSo.:

: i Hall Tree ;Quartered Oak Quartered Gog3 d Porch Rocker()( ij. .1, .; ', .' Two Burner

;' $25 value' "p Board Oak :price I : Value $3.00't t .',;!, __-Gasohae. :StOv.es'' ,

for Crystal 61ass J. ..
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i : only Du tee Dish Sale I priceIs !
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4_,, $16.45 I < fI7.85 $.1.95 V U8:1:8 Only '$2.85'lTHESE : y


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Undertaker and Embalmer The Gautler Mouse win bo open for ,
,the summer at summer, rates. Airy
f P 1300 "C.ENUE.DV'ft rooms and fine cuisine. I* everytoeya "Maaat ,for .
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,t.' ; *. tr\: a .. .. t. 111 oon drink. tAil Mkora >
-1 ".. t ,'.."..' l J i= i L L1 i C S RESIDENCE Kp :erauKka 21 97th* .6s.STREETp4"W <{ t a w Among the winter visitors who were -'Pop*1 bat they /... all .

l ....< >> ", \ i. r late In leaving this city were Mrs. .
"' Newman and daughter. Miss Etta L. !
,,ls apt.to baone.on.which. .; J Mathews, who have been the guests, "Casc d

you will have to purchase f of Mrs. E. L White. They atop In .
L' lld w.sa of
jjerwnal
+. csMlas 1 New York a few weeks before goingto
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{ A Louise Berry, of Ojus I. In the Blue Ribbon m,'.\"ans, the "Best. Ever Goj David Brown Candled Popcorn.. Ginger .

j sc city on a shopping.tour today. j Made." in lemon and vanilla extracts.
Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Come to the. dance tomorrow nightin j ;
say "'--- 'ffi
Roth Building. W. .,.. sni ...
: WEDDINGi Room to rent- ToJaJy; moderaterate. It plain. Goes:twice as far and the
.. Apply Metropolis omce. flavor is perfection. ; jJ.JS ; of Caacade In,tMe Niraae
NOTICE Then are a lot or-glnfcrt I
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: )lr. ancl1lrL has, B. Wheeler tare to .but none-to compare, 8ec'1.'I' "sett-
?' : c Miami, FIn. May 15, 1906.
Sewing machines rent at Uiaml ,. Cascaded Is Mrt yen ; '
returned from a trip to Tampa.
Furniture Co. 311.31$12th street. The Republican county Central Committee Cascade" and ao y peer
Y Is called to meet at Miami, : ,
keep
Summer ratea at tie Jtataerford 'I Fla., on May 22. to decide the date Mall orders IpsW !
:' ;> Boarding House 222, Ninth street Mrs. aboard. and mother. kin .of holding the county convention of given. I ... 'tav ,,
<, <, Redmond who hive occupied their the party and to consider any other ..' Try
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cottage as usualjthlg last winter, left I W
l' business that may come before the AcmeBottJJpg
'J. Vf Olmstead of Pompano Is In
j-' the city today.BROILR last night toping jkt Palm Beach,Jacksonville committee. J. F. Wpodworth, ..... .,
j-f. and Lexington. Ky, before Morgan E. Jones, Chairman. MIAMI. FLORIDA
Well, be ready for-youwhen: I arriving at IhE'lt{home at St. Loufa.For i *. wdq
means sate investmentJ. Secretary. Sixth Street, West of the lee .
day comes with ,the right ., I
I Sale i t Male, been used on j I f ,
t rods at the RIGHT, PRICES W. Stranahan. Fort Lauderdale farm, only $100tJ:) worth $150. Season There are many peopre 'wno can NOTICEThe I ,
arrived In town this morning and will] reaj human nature In the lines of the :
spend the day here. over can't afford to feed daring hand. They ten to their own satisfaction annual meeting of II ..' ",
summer jsg what kind of a person carries of the Anthony-Roma Co..
1 SEE MRS. MCALLISTER-HECK the hand. There are others whQ can held 'June I,'UOG. ad 10 '
ABOUT REAL,ESTATE. Mr. and Mrl.it.;, B. McLenJon and tell a man by the war he holds his at the omce ,of the .
I family, who haT; been occupying the head. There are others who can tell Twelfth] street, Mla I I. 1'1.,. T
-MAYNARD&SON Mrs S.'T. Gramling left last night Dupont cottage[pn Thirteenth street by the penmanship what kind of a election or director*) and
for Little] Hirer where she goes to look have moved to the Oliver resIJence, person he Is, and In each case there Is business, as may come
over her Interests there. corner of tie lame street and'' Avenue much truth. meeting., |
FTJEWELERS, and OPTICIANS. : B. pBROSSIER. : Did yon ever stop to think that you W. James Rodger*; ,

can tell a firm by Its advertising? May 10, 1906. J YNB ;,
Poatoffice MtaMI.
Next to Pier da BROMIER mean al.lnveerrn.ntaMrs. Study the ada In this and
niana HEAL 1ST ATI. paper you
.." will be surprised how true to life theyu&
James Noble recovering I UPriiht 1 This la a better test of our the To Parents:, .School ,will 'Soon be]10utl! }
fronr a: painful'Illness, being able to Beautiful piano In fine condition ory'than any thing else. Ton know !, <' .' t :. ,
Mrs. L G McAllister-Beck attend her church this morning.For ; original price $400. Our price the merchants and yon can Judge how :THC
$195; $10,cash;and $6 per montn. far wrong we are. f .
sale-Mercantile business In Bush and Saffofi Piano Co. There are the firms who have been la
good location; $509: in cub. Address business a long time and have a fair | Miami Conservatory of Music
Real Estate, P. O. Box %%5. :Miami Fla. Attorney Ge age Bolles will leave business at a good profit >They are f I
next Monday to.attend the B. Y. P.I'I satisfied to let things take their course I Will hold. speed Summer term Ms1st to AUlluat.1VJelaa; ,- '
Rentals Insurance Mrs. 'Pries, of West Palm Beach Is U. Convention to be held at DeLand Their ad tells that they can be foundat
,. Visiting her mother.Mrs.' &. G. Van ....om the 22nd ilo the 23th. He was the'same old place and their goodk Plane, Kindergarten and PrI.Mullc.. Can or write for parties f ,
Landtngham. at the home on 10th St.Picture appointed as one) of the Miami B. Y.P.Udeleptea.riHe are the same aa usual so there la no lars and terms. A fine opportunity' for 'the young i folks. Practice J I '
will remain over nseto_ change the reading hence their Planoe supplied JTre*. REQISTEII EARLY ;
: Office'NalcheuBldg.SufteNa ad stands the same an the and i
b ,. .. .- frames mad lo oraer. .TieRacket. for cojnmeacement; Stetson also, after year FRANKLIN COLEMAN LUSH Dlreeter.? 89 Twetflk Street
year year. F ....*
,Store., I having,graduated from there several f
1: 320 'J 1-2.12th St. p ,..ea,. aeo. l'J" : There are other firms 'who make .
J sensational of below
-j -f''t' runs prices thecost ..
Mra.. W. L. &'ch'and ion'E rnea .1 !'t'r, I ..price and..when yon read It yon I ; \ : '
leave tonight for a summer's outingat Library of 1,000 copies of fine sheet look at once for the book for yon know ,
,St/Ixraia: Mo. music; lOc alii copy. No matter It Is a bait because no man can sell I ,
FD..MOFFATSDairYIDnch what marked price U-,Bush It Safford goods below cost unless ho makes It
Revival services at the First K. Piano Co. i np some other way. '. '
E. OurcJa.tou! t. There Is the firm with the oatch ,
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of/ Aft m, sentence "Wo want your 'money.1 :.' .;';.. .
Mrs. A. H. and children who I ...
Dr. C. F, Kemp of Key Westspent have been y $Uai'' relatives and That was a fool thing to advertise and .,,"r' ..
it was showed the firm : ;
the day ,'yesterday ..4.left Jut friends In San qtd -fori-the paaUfew- e.ray run ..ic ? :n.1'
; Inthe advertising field. It .
night to attend the meeting of dentists weeks, nave left there.and -retnraeJto l"U'j.was' run onto everybody wu. tired ... ..7i"t:: : '.
IB Jacksonville. .Eau GalUe to i Join,Mr. Adams and ; it"
and the papers'd1d) not want .to print '. ,
... .. remain until thrnrat''ptrt of September .' .
It say kmger.' Then that Urm made 1.1 ,. ;' ;; ,:j."t" 1 '
: t OBOTEa COTTAGES ETC. Jm8.Ke. before returning to JJ1ajDI?-t.t.. .
kIng new. 'In I Udhig a rhange of front and advertised that 'j.:
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.UITD-BJDCX., ter Charies'X tlea who accompaniedMrs. they would fin any order made to the
---..", .'Adams to Baaford., ; returned home eatalourne boose for B cents leas thaa
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: roaklna i )the Nearly all the 'candidates running yesterday. magrouts tt'could"be:'delivered from Chicago. I firh l

for office IB'' yesterdays primary are !?* 6Hw" ;"'.
t and_ neatest: difr In town today tome telling bow It wttS tilt,yec, npeity bu the firm made good their promise ,
waa done sal others how Is wasn't t sad that Ii always the test of value of
"' .*.! fr.f:1 fi c.$ ....
done : Their have been of
room in the city.AN aJrertlstn ads -- --- --- -'- ,'
Menda'MtiTLJamq ,Arnold -
,j Tot 1 tie kind that It takes very little effort ,'"
REAL ESTATE. MRS. MCALLISTERBECK will sincerely regre$ bow,that he for the mind of the observant. totelUgenl .j. ,J .r ,
IDEAL Puce U..IU at his'hO$1e.on llth'street &114ATeDue' 'reader;and buyer' to see that J } r. i J I? \ ), \ -t )1 t I... i '< ,"
C Mjy :'Arnold's health has they are up'.to ,data and leading la .
".teroR ( M .r.it: : H.'Roper? N.'C. Plk .\?. been poor for several month, and he their line.MIAMI. '
.LS t: went to.'Jacksonville'recently for an COMPANY. ; h' :
A.'t'rice'M: .:X: Marshafl'aad, ArT.Jonefof HARDWARE i t. J 1 m)
operation th/.0troatbattao, fnigeoos .'* want ,
LComected wfttrtrsaiooaserved Dudxnv la town' tils morn "Wo your money i
advised that an operation,would .Congratulate theuccessfulrvCandidah
ing listening to,the returns of yesterdays I .
t : not.brine reUe All are hoping that t J .'
election! t: -J ''the'clear warm)"weather"may aid In -. "'-- '

,; ht jgf- !, C. i clan i Q'beartbe4rand. 5c,., $ sIl ffi:tI i-. I V a i ; y r.M ; '
'' la the Victor Talking Machine. KILLS :
ferments duri.fco.jr i Anything fromaM7: .Old Kentucky ROSSIER will'eoflect yow _. r MOSQUITOES -
f"C- 1''i'i
1- ? ,: Homer 'yesp *. "> .01 sat I" (
s : s ijV- to grand opera Opea evenings.Buah ? \6.., II' Ft>> ) :
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I & Safford Piano Co. Don't"" the 'big U" .. ( ', '" ''' >
f prize
rpt monthly f :1 I
dot I $15 talkingtoichlne..;that'la going -a? rOt ( i J r' I) f'
cut oi Avenue D on 13th .a '' Patent Applied { f.
tree Prom Building; Maini'Tla.G.M.viNtEivr. at Uartln'a Shooang Gallery:for tae ., .. .. u .2......-4- "'" .,, ri'" '- cd'" F.f Jjt
THE 'At
STORE allDrngjfistsMUSQUUU
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RACKET
highest score made this month.
There Is also I,.box of fine cigars giF Mf'G CO. F. C. Brossier & Son
| en for this wettfs highest score/Take .
.- /. 1$"TH[ PUG- a shot It.wW, do yon good. fcJacksonville.. Fla. I '. :
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remote,Diseases a Spcdaltyxe.idence21414th'St. ; : '
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)lice: room.4, 6,'8;Batcbett B1djt. ; n. ': .J JI F '9r \ .' / : ';
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nice line of, want a good FULL BAR. We Gilcery: Bargains J.t",' .' "

selljthe ;best cheaper., Also :' .
Eaton and Hurlbut ri '
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netting by the yard,, 10 cents. ."r
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BOOKSTORE .. t1. Chaile & Son .. : 'f':i".

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I 1211 Avenue,D, MIam",|Fia..
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;AfiE.SIX, ::1 THE DAILY MIAMI'METROPOLIS:WEDNESDAY. MAY-18.-1908_ _, I ; _.

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THE ATHLETIC ,, -
.,J. B. Hawkins B. I: Lasseter J.,E. Lummuc "

The Miami'' Grocery Co. ,{ CLUB'S Burdine I


Staple and Fancy Groceries <<

FRUITSand VEGETABLES: i "t --

Our stock of groceries is complete and we think we can supply AT COCOANUT GROVE
about everything required in the baking line. Our aim is to keep 1 SUCCESS SOCIETY & '
llatchabl'e
only the best class of precedes and our prices on them will be !
found to be right. Goods delivered, promptly to ant part of the ': OF RECENT
fruit and stock'always fresh. city. Our vegetable ,
TERESTINOLY TOLD. -
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Telephone. .2O, ",335- :Twelfth_Street,_Miami, FloridaArmstrong's f t

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., L I Cocoanut Grove May IS- : :
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t lie event of the week, barring
I and county roads, wu the
br the Athletic Association

Meat; Market ;Grace Tbje H., dance ManloTe was as opened hostess.

son grand secretary march led of by the Mr., ni g :Monday, Iay 14

Miss Refill Peacock, the
ISTHCLPLACC I I I edged belle of Cocoanut <
enormous prices for fresh meat when jon I I favors for the march were
Why
pay
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different colors with ribbon
of Western and Florida MEATS I
can buy choicest cuts
Meat Market I II era. Ice cream and cake I
tor Armstrong's
mach.1e. money ,
and the affair pronounced
yards val and torchon' laces, worth
I of
successes the season.
Phone',161., Corner Avenue D and: ,11th. {StreetYoungs' I I Mr. James Thompson and 1-2 cents. Your choice t I''
-- > II Archer have gone on a erg' .. . .. .' .. ..5 C
west coast for a few weeks. .k
'jH At last we are to have a figured lawns colors war- .

station the county road .. .. .. . .. .'.f C
log actually begun on It
Pharmacy I Madame DeGarmo let batiste beautiful patterns ty 1.t

her home In the north. Mrs. .. . . .. .. . / 2C.
; C. DeGarmo ,
rave a
"! 'IHCOKPOXATID tion for MsJame DeGarmo vests, taped neck and sleeve, sold
to which all of Enlngton was I IO to 12 1-2 cents.Thlssale I
,A, Drug Store for: The People It, Ellington, which Is really : ; |: .. !. .: :. . . .. 5C
coanut Grove has been
ITh t.s"oui'monoand it has been the means of adding: hua'l'dreds | the past season. ; vests better grade, worth t

of new customers to our 1 list. We sell only the pure Mr. Peering Is having the for. .". . . . .25'. C .
recently bought, just south of
est drugs.. All prescriptions are, filled bjr registered pharmalcists. ,, AHen's.cleared. and rumor wrappers worth one dollar f

We also,carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the citj grove_and also a One :. .. .. . . ... .9'5". f.
The Ladles'Aid
Society -
!2 Doors North of Postoffice, IW. tertained Thursday May 17. I I"
Housekeepers' Club. of remnants and soiled goods

.E. Youngs, Pre: Mrs. T. W. Mather a COUNTER at your own price.
member of Housekeepers'
F has gone north for the,
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{ Southern Marble & Stone Co. I. arrived Mr. ,V anAckon and Is doing, an a great J Shirt Waists I,

good especially. among the I' your attention to a more beautiful
4 ti. HOOAN.,STREET.JACKSONVILLE; ': It Is a pleasure to see the I with short sleeves just receive a..-
Headquarters for boys and girls gathered at the
every afternoon listening to exquisite. YOU WANT TO SEE
r Building! Stone, Marble, etc I' Ackon I and the very clever THEY ARE PICKED OVER
manages them; and It was
MOS.ATIC'A14D' T'I.LE'WORKs : to hear them give what the Silk Gloves
lit calls and has taught '
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FOR FLOORS, BATH ROOMS. MANTELS.: ETC. fi'' Bible Yell. :
Mawawsu, General Ceasetero Work, eta. Mr. A. R. Simmons' review much called for long white si k
: Nigel at the book review They are In elbow and full
r Ln d'Werb ''Oe.-t.. hciUtld i..l'ndq." Proapt fttrrlc. !It':' he Housekeepers. Club was a small stock and HARD to get.,
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I tere.ting'and aroused a great
t ,. ;,",' discussion. The clever f -
'' -" hose well her book and made -- t-

f f'bfton & "Eiriig' who view have so Interesting read It will that reread .' -- I

F- those who have not read Sir
certainly do' so. } =e

Machine Shop I AMERICAN COTTON 's Oyster and Chop Hous(

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t Across The River.M Asheville N.-C.. May '16- 'f'I'J Sea Food, Our Specialty
the most Important I -
Oysters by ,q'ttirt or tga'doi.i
held In this city Is the tenth plate ; l ,
Will repair :your engine on short notice. convention Ltanufactnrers of ,the Aascfclatlon American served- at all hour 41012th'Street, Miami" ,'lrlort

Expert Gas Engine Men. We carry Opened here this morning for .
Jays session.. The attendance fe Beforejnvestih
I' dynamos, coils, plugs, batteries,_ wire, (111. the usually largest large manufacturers' and includes of : .

: screws,' switches -. ,imt ; and o;; the New England States.The I ;
convention was called : Wind .Power, '
at ten o'clock this morning _
dent,Rv M.. Miller..Jr who 'I been" adopted by the best peo f the coontrr tithe
Lofton & Eini addressed the convention. power for raising water. Note{ the people who>uh'"t
ernor Glenn and Mayor they could hare steam gas and hot air too u they want
come) the visiting members it. handle the beat mill made and make specialty |
a r H., Beanie of OranlterUle. 8. and with my pump mechanism Ulatl1aa."just been -
ponded.__,The president patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity,'
I. T annual address and then and me of any wind mm outfit Any' infringements will'

t E. A. ,Robinson.Contracting ry Other Cabot addresses Lodge delivered followed an by : prosecuted. |

K..Oliver,'of Baltimore; CoL :

i;: Electrician? leans G. Hester Cotton secretary'Exchange of; W.the'J. H. PERRY Cocoanut "Grove1, Fbr&.

I' : ; resident.. of the Southwestern I .
1019 Ave. D .Miami Florida Buyers Association--"AT -.
president of the National .
'J. J'' sociation 'E.:',D.'!Smith., Dr 'Burnha
\.' ganizer of the. '"Southern. i '
socidoii. : "?' i/ -
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There win be another ... '
r- evening:when W. F,.Lafrelts, The.:Miami" and
Real Estateflarglu er fork accounting,"will deliver metbaisThe an address Surgeon Specialist

der of the evening session' a sufferer ,fiom any Chronic'Disease,. Ulcers 'Tumors i.
session tomorrow will be
or ',Dlseaie/catarrbal Diseases of Head Throat
.* .. ,,.., 'i with addresses on .,varies, any
.e t./ ,t..r' ,: k ....... ........, ..... ', ,,, subjects Longs Stomach orJBowels, DISpepa .t .direa'+on, Rectal
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Diseases Female Diseases
: W.'cr. few choke properties the next 10 daeja'SZyM r 4
GERMANY NOT A GOOD
renewal j I"|! '-." ,' All Latest Electrical Aids. HoieopitMc Hedlclnes
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Washington, M4'16=: The
':, 10 mere 'lota In "..,,View" addition" at $. '50 each after which th'|; States consul in Mannheim large stock of Specially[prepared ; wgr
price.will advanced to 1200.' ,!|j jViet 111 response to an inquiry on liietSpeda1:
ble Ladles Maid I in
Jemand for motor boats Alms
",- on 10th street, near Ave. C, a big bargain at .........flSOO.'.' many, says: "It would seem
3 fete.on Fifth street, each................ ..!....... ..:...*45ao,|" many should be a good in Metropolis Building. From 9 a. m. to 4 p,'m.Sun. ezcep
:
t motor boats on account of
,House and lot en. Third.etreet, 5 rooms, fine- place, easy term, I1SOO navigable rivers, but boating

r, '..Elegant home on tth street............. ..... ... ..... ... .. $4000 er become a popular' Teutonic
I ment )Mannheim which is
i at the junction of the Chase &
Riverside V* are aelllng rapidly,' but WI have a few choice eneal : Nectar: boasts of only one & Co Hamy I
r'a l left at the following prices: iff motorboats. The same ; '
taste exists In regard to

d ,Corner lots ..\Twelfth Street...... ....:. .... .......... ..I12M With'superior'highways, ; ,and SUCCESSORS TO "
drives
automobiles
esque are
Inside Iota en Twelfth Street.... .... .... .... .... ......$10}"OK for pleasure. Naturally a &: BARNEY, Inc. Fire

"I, Inside Iota on eths 8trMtI....... ...... .:.... ..-.... ......1780tiioo who have not carej to drive FRUIT AND j
creation have not cared to I
Corner Iota: on other ......... ...... .......... "&... / automobile and German I VEGETABLEPACKERS Accident
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t1 their machines -
: selling largely t
i land and other countries
Remember ,that, water, aewer, lights paving,and street railway will I home market a very limited I Cash Dealers In Tornado
T all be down there In the nex' sixty days. j| Itricted almost to the sporting
: Insurance

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J. H. Tab & Co( ,:' 334 Tenth Street 1 Material FIDELITY, BONDS

: AH l kinds Blacksmithing and Packing and Wmnoiis*,

Work Wagons Bird to ,I 1 End ILmi !Rim Dock. I OLDEST AGENCY IN HIAMll

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It: THE Y MIAMI METROPOLIS WEDNESDAY. MAY 11,19M I PACE EVENIt I

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F Sugestioos \ > Micadot Japans Finest Goods



I Another New Thing I


is.for' your benefit ftat we want to impress upon your mind the dvanta -


s due you supplying; your needs in all kinds,of Dry Goods, Millinery,'.. = ,

Clothing,"Hats, Shoes, Notions, etc.. Our entire stuck. is NEW. f'RESH B eats J r m U. RpJa.de:

and UP-TO-DATE. "This is clearly :demonstrated every department: : ,

Compare our prices styles, quality, etc. with others! and, prove.:}o
doubt : can save money from 20 (f;50..per: 'cent ott almost,. Neckwear3r D. '
beyond ..a .. --p.that.you_ ._-*. Y-* .- i JS' r i 'omlapant.

,any.article';:yon ,may:need..- Oaf goods. -.':'and,!,, prices excite"......>,.'-.) admiration.... ti1; '' andproducie7rsplHt4oremulaHonTXVe .-/ .",':.atPX"- :jj;,..o:;.... ",'_'1,-."";J.:"'_" _...:.)1> :-,-;;_" : ''."-"., f.._! .i -d:...:iE.4J1.: >":; 1

'are glad to. say that we ha rrno SHOPWORN I

PRICESlas : wise Shoppers win Select af once
& 1e.bY'-
GOODS to offer you at TEMPTING js'ofte' -- j j .

others, the result of which you soon realize that you have beenjFLIM-] > ,


FLAMED" like the man who originated the old saying |: All the neckwear you have ,seen will appear coarse and Impossible when you .1 p

t tC compare It with these exquisite bits of finery ade by the Mlcado factories in Ja- i 4

: !!iFqol lijfflJH6ffiySooiilM'i } ;::/pan. They're'"no more "expensive;th n th achlrie-made ineckwear_sold by t

i i most stores..-..We could easily sell this neckwe at much higher prices/but we're

.if : ; find themit where..J- ) ./glad to give*our patrons the chance.to; buy Itfat verylow prtces<}.The neckwearIs i
If yon want BARGAINS you can'always ourplaCj -- beautified by Teal hand-embroidery and drajvh-work. representing hours of tedious I d

VALUE is a FACTOR worthy of much thought, and these conditions should work. It Is appropriate for use with any shlrV waist and Indeed it adds,a i

with buyer. striking charm to a waist. You need never 6e afraldtp wash Japanese 'drami r
be a serious consideration every worker embroidery. : : : : It washes perfectly \ K : : Now on saleaK
Call at our store and.convince. yourself. i. ,l' :Y.1 I: \, \ #!
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Empi; ])ryGoods -tDre' Hahci... 1ft'aiJnHan,t o ie. Chiefs' ; !'



From Japan .

327 'Twelfth;;Street, Miami i CAnother line of..Mikado' goods that is' bound ;to.interest you-hand dra ',handiTFo

;\ ii { ,, ', ..kerchiefs. If you admire drawn-work from other}nations you will De.better able. '

: .t :appreciate, these h nk rchiefsHr m' Jap whIch: are far more elaborate and
-finer tha. drawn-work from any other l land r r : : *Prices very moderate


THE HARGROVE


l'l Miami Business Directory.. S INARY'SCOMMENCEMENT i s,
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free uarfermanl
t The Out of Town Buyer and thous wlthtn thi City will find In the --

list below the addressee of Miami Merchants under ., .. I __
-- ---;--'cjastfl heads for readrreference -- -- '-
: BEOAn IN KEY
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a., L L. MADY,A CO. .,. aV SCAEVEM. ,, < 'WEIT.LAST.NJCHT' THE PRO- '
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1ti.lta u4'Tsiefables Dealer ba Drop;' !'aIh6.J GRAMOTMEq(ISLAND CITY r
clasp Toflet Articles. ItI H:
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::1'uc7 araeonL Hay. Gntmyertfllier. '
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f ad.xQ.. .: MRS. C. BECK.j Our Customers t I
Keel :Batata. MetropoU Bureau. '
.1 L:L_ LUMMUtI Suite t. i. I ud.IUOlS Kejrj West Mir 15. : 11 1 ttJ
Dealer iaYGroeertoa. Orate, Twelfth atraeL .1fl tm1.na... Mln Lottie Swet&ey baa returned : i. !
home from an extended'Tllt to Can.
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StreetTHE lthm; J'J&. law.au E. Drought Will con table ;; : I i
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MAONOUA ta Groeettee.OROCitRY"Hayonlx. aa4 CO.Ztmlen ,t _....'.;hsr,:;: CAMPBELL Oooa : l7a1; >tfig. $1 ar sit hU parents" -p laIreland. :'III i ,: We take pleaeure In calling your attention' to the following statement f t .
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I -Joieph"rTnina f o.ta" 111r.tA1aD.:. 'I i ed interpreter (C Spanish In the Imml- a the State Cemptreller. i i. i ,
_Are. D.t"4 4tk It.' '1Oud. h Sri Amu r!' _IUarpuneat ;ration atnrlce Mr.: 'tnttlaeh li well J U You will note continued Increase In strength and'bualneea.. bur de- : \
'qnallned at.poattion.'aaTlnc been ? posits are nearly a quarter of a million dollar*. Our cash en hand and In i -'.
A KiioclroUTf' In the ,r.-ioi...PYWI'bet6lit -for.a number of +,'l .. banks la over one hundred,thousand dollar, or nearly BO per cent. of curdepodta I
J'ean.; II'f j" J{ i when the law requires only 20 per.cent. We have a reepectable b
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'as&tast poor work Mra. A. J"". Forterf" was a panengar 'surplus, no bllle'payable or notes re-dlaeounted. In fact the statement "
'U ttati.yonTt.paytef.'fce; : : on the steamer Coicno'Jilt SatnrJay' _. _.__.would be considered an excellent one, and,one that we are proud of. '
k i *aomeUxlnf JOG 4oat feL Wo tout for New Tory $ ,? J JK. We extend our thanka to our Mends for their liberal patronage, and
1' A IIblame people:for ,BQt1EAUNO... .' J..Araplan nai.: been appointed pledge ourselves merit their confidence In the future ae In the past. .
PLENTT!: plnmblnj Oar doae.t Greek Interpreter Jn the ImmljTmUonerrice. a .
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PLUMBING'THAT'S GOOD' j mzl.| | 3 0 f! f...:. JL.. &f 0 $ 3 WM. M. BROWN President
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,'iooaU money and yon cet'nine rereedTed. Eljlit Greeka pined through .R:jl| McCORMICK, VlcerVeaident.JA8 ,
0 .Bad plunblac costa BUBO elty last:week 'b rnnd' .for i Tarpon H. OILMAN Cashier. r -)
vend you J Jet.wJl&t-set. chs4sd. Sprlncf.Tampa add other parts'They .JUi 4'
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EstKati represented all tradea i iI
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W.'iA-'JohniOB
The firm of
word and aare worry
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i and ofldera baa been Report of the Condition of the -
,sea w ,, awarded the contract for the construe-' I' !t I IIIf! '> ,
.tL '0 Bciwsisaoo., Lion of an'ornanei' machine'shop for '"' BISCAYNE <
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.. f '.oJ I1t A.- D, Alfred Peacock accompanied by Jlra. F) .

Peacock city-on their and\ daughter yacht ; ,arrived They are In the the w. A* reported to State Cewptroifer,.Mat 9th, 1906

17fflpy: BBQTHERS cnetU of Mr. and 1lrt. Harry Peacock i. RESOURCES Ii''f
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at their home on.'Whlte: Street ; .
.1.1145410 65 M .
If lit Ellen Taylor eldest daughter Loans and Dlaoounta
of Mr.'Wm. Taylo was married Tnea- County Warrants 1. .. S.TKS120000 L :
/; : day eyenlng; to Mtd j)Wm. McKeon. The .. States Bonde .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i
1 -Machine; Shop ceremony took pUce at the BaptlitChurch City ef Miami. Benda .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ZOOOOOUnited :
on Eaton|reef Rer. Clonti Real Estate Owned .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..I. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 17.oa1"i ,.' I
,' > ... Oasolene, rmdating, ,, .. Furniture and Fixtures .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .' .. .. .. S.11S2S. 'r-o' ;;;: iI;
_-Ajtel tsJor'the; New Era Gas Engines: Mra.'W. J. Hl?'ff aylor and daughter I Expense Account .. .. 'u .'. :. .. '.. :. .. .. .. ..- .. .. .. 1,2241.' ,: ..:._..,.;;..,: .'
'kerosene engine Teparing'am8PECIALT3.i.L& hare f gone to.Dempfeft, Ga., to"attend I { ; v ''a
iand' CASH RESOURCES. :;
-T u; 't l= HLi' the.doting"exercUei of the college In .. ... .. .. \ .
\I'' which their daughter. Kin In Empire Trust Co... ..;,.. .. ,;. .t3SIIl.2Z :' ,
that city of -.r.
,General Repair 'Work atriijenb; Mra.Taylor In Florida Bank and Trust Co. ...'.. .. .. .:.. ..21,117 Itt,>_, ';O ..
Later.
Jeaele. la a J
'Ii anJ/daa&hter'wm go to Newfork In Atlantic National Bank .. .. .. .. .. .,. .. .. .. .. II.HS a :' .
SEvENTH'STEEET .. MIAMI. TLORIDAAND where the :.wUl'ipend the anhv In Vault .11,145 M
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mer. If.. Total Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,. .. .. u .. .. .. .. ,01,0t5.01 i

oiitradois Property' Owners VENDOME COLUMN jf 1 ANNIVERSARY sm'u I I

: LIABILITIES
: Capital Stock .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... S27JOOOO
.' Parts May 18-Thlrry-flTe Jean agotoday Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. :. ..-... ........ 330000
If you don't want to .SAVE MONEY; the Com l1nlltl of this Column city .I.m'np.' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ..I.. 4,14747
can't helpyotC If do, come to palled down the famous Vendome Certificates of Deposit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 11.103 S3
we you on the:Place'.erected de Vendome. The Cashiers' Checks .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .1,701.13 I i
column had been by NapoleonL Individual Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..J1W1042 ,
he I. A. McDonald Co: commemorative, In 1806.the center It wallet;of emblem! the up Place of by his him VendomeIn I victories aa a Total Deposits ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. 24241I.OS' .

In Germany;|jii 1805. The'.Com- 1277, 63.55 \
munliti desired;Hto chow their international !
,and buy'Jour,building material, Long Leaf fraternity; removing a I, Jaa, H. Oilman cashier of Bank 'j Bay Blscayne, do solemnly swear '>
memorial of war just as they exhibited -
Yellow Pine and Cypress, of all kinds a hatred of eapltal: punishment by that the above statement la correct. 0'1'1! JAS. H. OILMAN Cashier. '....
burntngSftie In the
publicly guillotine .
to and subscribed before me a 9th day of May, 1908.deorge
We also sell Lime, Brick (4 kinds), Cement,.Sash Doors. Place Voltaire. pAfter; the troops of Sworn R.. Oomph, Notary Public.
Mouldings, and whatever'else a bui1dei*requires Versailles had [gained possession, of ,
taken rebuild the
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Paris steps wer
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Jtfwill{ pay you to visit this sale.;as);soon as'possible.: so you may have ybur pick of the bargains.
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f t sole were 4 dollars to close at' j. ,... .",. .. R50loo i ,
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$ ,.'. "'i 18"pair, 'ladies' white... .. basket.,. >cl ..tIoxford"wer.. : $'150' sole, were; 2.50. to close'at. (.....".. t... ." ..! "$0'1 I :25'.
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"' .I, i.-I 17.pair ladies'white., buck oxfords, six andsevf O AAl 3.50,10 close at.....:....:....... .. ........ ,r.......... "..t.$1.50.' ? '
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-- 44 pair.tan oxfords;,;were\3o03.So; an d S'oo, .
i .. J to.closeat -........ ...i v.. ../ ...;. .... ..'.'. ..$2.50|l' j \' -
'' f }4. .--..... &i .. ., .ft"I 45:: pair child's oatent leather and Dongola. one strap sandals ,
t. I 4..!. sizes 1 to five were one dollar And one twenty-five. I
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}i'4 37 pair child's lace and button'shoes; viere 125 to
:::, : :, f.r 1 '. 4 .50..slzes'l to five to close at..t..,...............;....,.........50c,75cfi(j
77 pair"then*s.white canvas shoes and oxfords, -
; 0 were2.So,3.00 nd.3.So. to close at.... .... .",.$1.00 62 p celldren's and misses white linen sandals, .i s
'.I: ** were. $2 and *5Q, sizes 8 to 2. tc close at.. .. ..... .. "
men's'white canvas'oxfords. Elk sole I ,- ,
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., .were q.oo,,to close at...;.....i] .. .. ...._..... ...$2.(( 01 1 J 87 pair children's and misses' w lite canvas oxfords 7f\p
#.j '37 p1iH. S.'andiH.' vici-ki4 t and i. sandals and button shoes sizes 5 tot, to close at.. .. vO- 1

calf shoes, were.5.00.. close it. .. .Diamond..., .t3.50: 44 pair misses' patent leather sandals, :were two CI 9A. a'
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28 Hanan & 6.00 vici *
pair ana i7.oo patent tA' JO! ': : :: TiT <: ::
kid o f rdsand_lace shoes to close I at ..'"' : 17 pair children Dongola) sandals;w&re 150 tOj CI 'AH'
.. ''\ .' Russian calf : ; arid. "lace' ' mad .bV-d close at....:.....:. ....... ,:.... ............... ..... .. !: WvHanan
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and Son. were six 'to close them 37 children's and misses' sandals,
dollar: pair tan
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outat.... .OO.H". U. u" "J .. .: ., '_ 'j' .! ..' ..M.W! were 1.75 to close at............J ......;-..!...-...,....i......* .$1:1'15 "J .
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L .1'1'78 .t S of clothing on ourtpargiin ;Counter at,40 per
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cent some special bargains for boys; :
small men and. large. Sizes X32, 33, 34:, 40, 42 and 44.:; One hundred boys suits on,the bargain counter to ,
r : Give us a'cah' ,.these prl es will continue\ until this be closed:out at zero prices. a

l.ot'of clothing is sold out. J"J ,. : ,200 pair boys'pants to r sold at 25 per ct. disc.
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A'MONSTERCONCERT of the committee and worked faithfullyto of said .1
make the"ooncert financial sue '
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.' GIVEN musicians everywhere with such ,enthusiasm % >JARIffSyia ofyOne Hundred Thousand .Dollars ) I xCo
that in a few days enough ($100.00000) of:city bonds, be spread '
material offered to give three : tractor'and' l'BU ii ltler
was i upon' the. minutes of this council and :
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For last night concert a fine program4 BaJider of the Palm dotejllJt -a
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AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN TO i Damrosch, Victor Herbert and $John SEVERAL HUNDRED DELEGATES as required by law

COMMEMORATE'PATRICK SANS Philip Sous were the conductorsA LATER STATE:COTTENSEEDCRUSHERS' Be it Resolved ,by. the city council I- ouse Moving Specialty :}

large orchestra composed of.member TOfJ of the city of'Miami: ..t.J .

: FIELD GILMORE, THE ,FAMOUS I of the various orchestras; ,and I !oj .ASSOCIATION. ASSEftJBLED That the' following proclamation of Miami Florida: i
bands of this city played selection ,
BANDMASTER- GRAND PRO- under the direction of Mr. Sousa anda IN CONVENTION AT I!they }ton. John .8<;well. mayor of the ."

i chorus: of one.thousand qU trained 4*;? i city o/ Miami, at this, the regular :1

ie .. ARAM.ARRANGED : J..U votee."'nnJer the direction ot MrS Walter ATLANTAAtlanta.. meeting -of the city council of said -

Damrosch sang several jnumbers. I I .. city, held on the lith day of May A. 'S I EA B o. At/R D

J.; Besides that there were' a D, -&. .&.. Which.. ---- -saM-- pr.wInuns;; laIn j
number of solos by prominent singers "
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New:York. May IS- \ monster co* I and musicians G&, May 16- Several' hundred the following words and figures, :

cert was given la .. Madison } riqnare Qilmore. }was born Christmas f18211. delegates from al pans of the, towlti'Special Air Line' Railway 1

Garden last night to honor the memory In Ballygar, Ireland and came to this East J South an'd' utb.est.. are;: assembled Election: Proclamation ..ofMayor !
of Patrick Sansfield. GUmore, the country.! he,age .of,nineteen.years. of the city ef Miami and Notice .1. "
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famous" American bandmuterwJaca In 1858 he brought Gflmore's band of the same. t k kRate

death In 1892;le:t'a great Told in the Info existence.:Fort Sufner had scarcely venMoft! of,.the. Inter-State;Cottenseee. To the Voters of the city of Miami Savan ail Columbia Camden. .t
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ranks of the American conductors. I fallen before ne attachedthlsband Crush ra' Association which opened and the Public at Large: .

Anticipating a tremendous attendance to the Twenty-fourth Massachusetts here fcestertlay kl! for a'three days' .session. I. Johp.Seweli. mayor of the city .;gli. itichiuotKl. Washington. ':
4 the'. seating '.capacity of.. Madison Volunteers and later;he reorganised f of Miami in conformity to Beetle i {Philadelphia. NewVork i
Square Garden had been Increased to all j.the State military beads:ender a [I| C. of an ordinance passed by the city 1 Twig, Ballimol'I
-V about -12.000. by) utilizing the Urge commission Irom'.Governor "Andrew. 'The,;Opening. ; session of this 'convention council of the city of Miami on' the elegant Trafr. $] ]

floor'space at the**hall where collapsible He served-through tb&war 'and .was ,, jirhlch is,the tenth ever held. by. 11th day of April. A. D.1906, and sign Seabo rd Express Be iiIlti'It'ri 1

chairs were placed. ,-'So great apoplnted bandmaster general, by Major the organization' was called to order ed F. H."'Wharton. president of the ,i fl 1'iillulaall i'
bad been the demand .or boxes and General,Banks. The close of the: city council attested by M. R. Kelinm. Equipment. i
br Mj. A. L. Ransom of tbjltit
seat* that ,the., bap, war crowded In war. brought(his first musical event,i .. clerk! of said city and approved the
'\, erry part* : J1'Wfieethe At the Inauguration of Governor Hahn ,. ;'ii-e';t:, *'chairman 'of the committee, llth day of May A. D.. 1106..signed ONLY T.iT ,IMJ=J[; ,j jop

plan was first 'proposed. In Lafayete Square New on aransemcnts) ,, who welcomed toe I II i John Seweli. mayor and entitled:
dilly from ; 1
U: taring shape :Jteboitllli u r.. 0rIH
to given concert la honored Gllmortfs tnore.conducted a, chorus OrleaDa.GII'1 delegates In a abort,,.addreaa The r.n ordinance authorizing the lane
memory the suggestion was recelred and school children and I present convention is of more than or- of One Handred Thousand Dollars of 1
everywberew1t91' reati enShaataam. of COO men. ,, dinarjr Importance, as'some very Impnrtnnij -I. City Bonds of the City of Miami For full. ti.tr: n ItKrf ;A.ad ..1'tI' rerv' ;&oona,'call 1'ua**aceato" th4raltnardor
-'j n Few men In the musical 'profession "Arc mpanled by the booming of'31 matters will be dacuaaed.I State of Florida: Authorizing aa Election -' write i '.

have had as many admirers in all cannons and, the musketry o. ,three I among] thorn foreign, tariffs, particularly for such purpose ,and providing
classes of society aa Gilmore. who complete regiments.: the children sans :'jjiose" of France and Aa tro- the methOd' of,holding such election, 'v.CVO'; \ {) EGt.G10; :" .. ., iIEkIfi1HI
was undoubtedly.'the moat popular the "Star Spangled Banner" and other Hnnsir; which operate' against cotton and further in conformity to the cite
bandmaster that ever. lived. r.In this patriotic 'songs. Ills .next' big ,mus- I ojl products An effort will| be charter of said city, hereby give notice F: fJOYLST ) M Jr. Pass. Airt:
country. cal enterprise was the big Boston I made:fto have these tariffs: lowered. j I and the same Is hereby proclaim

,A Gilmore memorial concert committee Musical Festival which began on June Another Important matter to be dlscuttsecFjwIlt -''that I a Special ,Election will be held

was formed, which organized the residence of John D. CrlmmUu Jubilee In 1872, with a chorus of 20,000 "Irn'fe"'rpanslon. i ida, on the fourth Tuesday May !
'by the election of Thomas M. ]Mnlryaa voices and an orchetra of 2,000 men. '" Particular attention will. be given A. D., 1SOC, the same being.the 22i TiiitbttGa i 8CUKDUIJC

g. president: General Thomas L. It;.was-held ,in ,Boston and began on'f to thcjj South and Central 'American I day of said month, 'or the purpose ot ] If .

James and.John R. Vans Wormer aavicepresidents June 17. 1872 and continued for eighteen -{ countries and means will be devised submitting to the qnallfleJ. register Florida Georgia} pAlabataar'llirginia, North Caro
; John D. Crimmlns. days. Boston showed.its gratitude by which these markets can be opened voters of the City of Miami the question and South Carolina
treasurer; John P. Carter secretaryand b,.presenting" Gilmore,.with two, ton extent greater than ever;; attempted of the issue of One Hundred ji I
director general, and.Andrew MoCormick. gold medals and 50000. before ;'Another matter, not Thousand Dollars' of City Bonds of I The great Highway of Travel between ;
\\\\t\\ manager In"1873 Gilmore attached-his no Important as the. others.but still that city 'or''MiamI. State of Florida. ... > II i
Many distinguished men 'like President to..Twenty-second Regiment, anal I nffectUj cotton;oil Interests. la the No person shall be allowed to vote Florid and the East and West North and Soith
Roosevelt Archbishop, ,Farle)'. began his series of;COO.'concerts lii recent pure food law passed by the In Aid election who Is not a registeredvoter ,
ex-President Grover Cleveland Cover- Gllmore's Garden where Madison Senate This-law affects oleomargarine of the city of Miami aDd a resident z I !

I nr, Frank W. Higgins U. B. Senatoi Square now 1 tand.., In.the Centen-I' prodnct; into which cotton seed real of said city and who.shall not Oonvnifn Meiviin*. Kl"<.n Pt.n4"! Egeipaeal. ,1Iacw11Ioea"; 'Oiaia< own estate .Ithln'the
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oil ertters to considerable situated
Thomas M. Carter. the Hon. Seth Low nial year Gilmore went to PhOadeVWJTL a extenLAn
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limits 'of said city. noon' which the
effort will' also be made to I
encourage Route the DIXIE FLYER: I
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taxes have been paid for the
the purchase by Southern yea .
: : customers of the Southern cotton a ej 1905 and who shall not oe a qualified ed I. FLORID \ AND WEST _INDIA, LIMI D

I'i Curry's Sons ; mills. '! elector in all other respects under the Trains f J MONTGOMERY, L., 'AND, 'N.
charter of the city and the ordinances I
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KeyWesCFlbrida', r ., .phla,Srhere on, the Fourth of July he hereof. < I
CONVKNIKNT MKT1IOD OF, !
The
Inspectors and clerk who shall TBAVEL1NG
: gave,* ,great.natonalconcert in Independence
.HEADQUARTERS- t. "'1.a Square in front of the conduct said election shall be as to Allan Hr Ol*..i Line Oh tbe iMml mil ticket << 'over > miles *t\
bundles where the Declaration of In lows-Inspectors,. A. J Kolb. R:*J: road embdaeteg>> all portie Ship Chandlery, BuUdtagj .' dependence? signed and then gave Mathers and Chas A. Mann; Clerk rate of '46Vanb.? Lunlted So one year from date of parcheae. Fee fall,j jplete
John H. Cheatham. and information regarding rate, (...uJN. Pullman
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;j sixty 'concerts In the.main.building of '
&Maerlals 'Of tilfjfdl> ,: the.Bbt posit ton.. ,. The polls shall be open at 8 odoelr Liable j Write II
In 1878 he took his band to Europe and close at sun-down. Frank C. .. ,_., D..,.. Paa. A< '. .-- "
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rCsal sad Ice, Steam marine Raflwe s. iMrsQt,ae ftll epFerefiAH and Great Britlan. France. Oer- WJJ.c7ai
shall be
the
many ;Belginm and Holland with pbs prepared by city ;.P lleft= r.T..flic.M..gerr Wilmingto..a: ),.

__ .. .... -- "t ,tome.al tauceess., After his retnra council ,and shall be In the followIng -
.. kinds repairing, Boiler and'Steam Fitting can oe'hone attai from Europe he played fourteen sea form: "For City Bonds"and ;1' r.
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notice in the best possible manner br expert skilled mechanic) t Manhattan Beach, which -Against City Bonds.
shortest. sons greatly >
". -1 added JO his popularity., His hurt ..The- Inspectors appointed to conduct F1orl! a'-bast toa t : >
'. _, .-,,-' .N kW --. w J greatf vent ,was the'quadro-cennenlu said elecUon'ma, require each elector ay.
offering to vote at said election to J
concert given In City Hall Square. ,
f III' 'JvJYBWfl 1 December;%1.:189%.. It was during furnish proof that said elector possesses v '. )' ; (
imeCardKo 66 'l n tEff
that ;'f. gagement' that death by heartrailurej i the requisite. qualifications aa herein l.li' : ct PI'"
defined .
...a overtook him.
f" ',...;..l,!. ;.. .In.Caary Cemetery. ,His. body' rests Said election shall be held at the :Soflu RND:READ DOW ft 11- ,) _. .. '..., .. .
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..1'' I ;_ :',,1 city ball In the city of MiamiThat
1'r.'a]
t said- One Hundred Thousand ITATIOK.Fl ....
1 Dollars of. City Bonds, provided the At 1 ;, 0'\ .' ""-
: PROCUMATION.
MAYOITS I issuance of the same be confirmed by 17t+a k ...... r tapin
",. -,; I .. two-thirds of the voters 19. 1 a ,,.ae/i n.. 17/t
participating
: \ Absolution! oftbeeity'conneHotthe 7 C'pm 10 loam "C. Angoelna ibpal. elan7t3pm
;et1J' In aaid' election sell voters partici 111aa srtnre. 1541
j .lyotMlam1. providing that .Ue pating'; qualified as herein prescribed, S O4 pm 11 Liam ____gat t'alalka 1 '1Oa
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; .. proclamation;, of.the, Mayor of said shall be Issued and sold In the severs 7 a eapm ta U Its. La.r hJaQlu"ti 1 Yi

sf w yi city "lrlnf notice"of'an .election; to amounts and for the municipal purposes m5pm _
... .'" as follows, to-wlt: C lm L .8u ii__.. 1
be htfd In the city,of Miami!, on the LvLLmmall E
apo i2p
For the of
purpose constructingand \0-
i fourtJi)j-Tumiday::la.May."A.. IX.. 1Mb, I lepm 17 eop. llela-t / spar
01g-Av amJ maintaining a system of sewerageor o".s._
to 4
r' .same.being. the 22d day of aid month for otherwise promoting the nealth eep is i mpp fta.Mea 1 154app
,_ _-- !_ .. ... 1'r >, 4 ...... ....ro -
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of the .city .to the,amount of Thirty 10 M a uopm A.. ,I.w -.-- 1 /
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f f,*-*. r i e rJ ,rr N i r. ,. r tsar r. ., Thousand' Dollars.(130,000.00)to be I1l1aaII 44p. Ar k. ale s 1
called and known as Sewer-Bonds.-- 2IIaIaU / 54ps Oarp qty .. i1 aop /
4OaI8 S m __Or iaaetl. U nos S
ltq
nee
1' x B* ,For the purpose of open1ng.wLJenID& ... 4 5II1
: 10. Wpm La ,a.w Am r p.
The and'paving the streets and sidewalks II '0,,_ '
of the city i to the amount. of.tw.t, : Sip, S At TIIa.vIU.... .... I 1
Sweetfieats LitefaffieTo II lass '
of Thousand Dollars (10.000)to 'hecitllcd'and'knowa e m1.- 11 S4 :t .._...... '- s.t6.nt_._..._ .,. _, r tOp Ul
.. as Street Improvement 61ptaat 1 p t Tttmrlll. ..A e".p
I i. Bonds. +.t ltaab IN s ,. .. "..,.,...L f ?ps
r'l : Siam .e l
; .' the grryiiea of America aDd the For the purpose of erecting a paollc -IOI..m /tp L.nGatne. pm /
to their eentlc co paokms'aiIftry hair to building;,to be'constructed of Miami .;- _M.. .. C' iI Slam

r" people of middle,age,and to those_ who have.. -.::-- beyond arty>YOtd iou ill ;; rock to the amount of Twenty Thousand a.745s..... t a WDs el. }+ 1aa

bHt 'J \''' '.. x.ns. d"S w !v311l 'J Dollars (120,000), to be called and os.m; a e laps' .' ene t I' _._ 10 a aa ll b
known as .City Building BorasFor IR.. a rpm -_ ..... Tnbe.1I aoIIa m 1a. u
( :_ 5/loo Edea to Lr 11 b
l'I"I: the purpose of esiabllthlnxjoalatainlng1 5 ram 1Mum Je.ben to usr ua
'\. HEff. ,- '.' ... 'and equipping a Fire Department Slum I TBpmT40pm 17pm --. ., .Iloheaoend....$tua ,....,.. .. ... 10 114 Waco N4PM N

i> I! ......... .,__ .. the'amount of Fifteen Thousand e.m ....... We.tJnpttrt / la.m ii
... .
'. f -.-- --""" >-<..... ."'.' .... ., Dollars ($18.000);to be called 11 rm SlAp* : % .t I'.h II..ea sHam
and .,.
I4am Illam 154
First S4lpmStopm lkynloar.
i 3 Il- .
-'. .a 500,000, known. Fire Department Bonds. ,: .,.. : '

number '' copies, and For the purpose of"opening;'constructing I '.1 .hum...... -p S rpm "__, ......bttiAn4egdtig5). Danl. .j ...I 7 bra' I7en.m ? 1I I

t- .. u.mc otit 'S" 'C-'B L LJJ''J 1 16pW'o!! ,J.tl and promenades, andimalatalnc, located public within parks: the 7 ran to Swum Spm w- 'Ualtaadala mon Clty..r"r.,._Hi-I S 7O arm a N
Jtud .... M
1' Ykm 104.m At tY 1 Cr
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the t II 1.on cltyt limits ?iof the amoant'of FifteenTbousand Sown ._ .. ::. __ 1i'
,,;.h' .. t nd Dollars $15,000);to be called 10 arm" L'l. ...tlamrtadIrr. ....'--.,- .....:L'4 I .. t!
'lOthot ; edition now and known as Park anal Promenade
Bonds. nfTir rl rOuaatralM s sal Ica Buffet S\Mftt Can o.tnla M and ML. fI
7 I FcbnuujrIn '. toe press 1'1 eacI8 .meal. _
on Said bonds shall be Issued la;On
I different series, lovwlt: The Sewer Iaa.l a. a
i : \: r O1 :KJ"l tt Bonds numbered from one to thirty .Sat 4 I.a7 a.171a1 lurrotT susca. Ea.MtOJ .
inclusivbi: Street Improvement Bonds Iz 0 Ds Mly oss Saul Iaay

.=t t 'k 1, _.. In a series numbered from one to
twenty Inclusive / / s t t l/tra G.L Jaee..ent. Ton 1 l 0p
: City
Building Bonds IK
IL.p /& S1. to IOM.i".ewthJ.ek..vilsLaaist7stlb
t. tD.mWUi ;tftlt L..t alpha a1 mother's fa would; In a series from one to twenty, la- fom17Htop, 7101.10.E CaAl.llraa.a.* awr l! 1p
.. pit bring elusive; Fire Department bonds In 10151 7sr.p r16pdOeta".Atantb Kr c> 51-4 7wtra li(
r-: to yew palate--* big.lulcy. piece. that coed to taste.'so good,'so tmipeafcaMy good,'in the''It scries from, one to fifteen. Inclusive a ( MftTpork
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booerr play days of yovdk : -. I It t CosarliECDSI6
fel ; Park and Pronxmsite Bonds in a serI Pahr LA1 AND OCCIDENTAL STEAISH1P AT II'
i" The SwettmeatsrfLh: m&-.J&f.mat.rf. SCff gt ai.you in THE SCRAP I I.:H from one to tlf'">en. Inclusive.Said

Ii :I ) ." ;BOOK pocau, .ntfffati,..dccUaiatloosbooabtoes stario ax d htttnoroas bitsilpatbetkstorks .hlnda l phtl' lw l,,.iifj In 1enomlnatioosi Char C.neetlo. Made at Waal with Steamships el Ike P.
too,.haH-forgotten hymns, lost facts,'quaint aDd carious thfalgi l abwrbinj incidents, i One Thousand) Pol lam .each and

Jokesr satfatV and storks that coot: set yoo?tjvoUaH fancies ablaxc'and opened op the fcto, ..h' I' :lent inter"l' at the rair of tu, Havana and Key West

world to'7oarvvbiaa afl these and a thoosaad things more arc fa THE SCRAP BOOK. 'Is'rear ir annum and shall maSure : 'two'Sailings Each Week.
} ninl tH-rome payable
thlrt
"j year* fZ&Trains
It is soch'a tKamc-hooae of new. things, and of old things'collected from the archhro of rnttit. Ih.-' IHII| tb<*reof. and shall brMidi

i .It, I /th, centorf, as has new fedora been fathered t rdhcrr.L-dm'dreained of. at jioi. !..ss than their poor value Discharge frsssssjurs at Skla'a SMe.fNfflNsirlirs.. .

THE SCRAP BOOK fa the hit d the'century l faOi ;maga4g.! 1 U'liiK" ."." hand and tile anal| nf t, Tts.Tahtea" wow tau.....St wtl..tntar,..s,7 M as/
ran HI) nw 'ISih 'clay nf April. A .D .rwa 1M anent .ataaa,bat ..... entnI ..,.,.....p/ art. =
':AH News Stands or from_tae,PiABsher.. .10 Cents a Copy-r. the' :Tear: ftoo. I1**: _II W. Ir.yteMheldIwpaadblalotaaylayt/esay gataSem

I ; John BorwoO.Maror Fr. Copy of UM LOCAL TIME CARD IS Other, :
FRANK A. MUNSEY,- 175 Fifth AvenueNew\ York of the City of Miami
.J: ; : 'anew. M Kellna. I JvSEE'THE/T.CKCT'kfct I8F.'*

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PAGE TEN" TH ,""DAILY MIAMI METROPOLJA WEDNESDAY, MAY" ,.. .



Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST, ({LINE OF SOUVENIR ,SPOON 'Watches and Jewelry


A; To' lectfrom;: ':Florida: "at :,.: '- ._ u I, .t,

20 cents a dozen L REPAIR NG.C .

WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE /, J


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,I Town: Topics) WELLS "&; GRAVES'' lWAreprepired f. .1


Fund ; to'eiecixtrorders 1. "/, <"*l

Surplus in t eir. r


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lillinery Department
lilts Mil Stone who has spent Sold Their Home ,
r the wlnte, with lira. Ch. haJe!. left I Messrs. J. H. Tatum A Ca have sold
It should be the chief aim: of bank manager to make their re-. Monday night for her home la Udtchr the:OOauuruJ house'on 9th street of J,Designer of the latest Spring sale, hats
pectlre institutions strong and ,to keep them free fro m unavailable field.N.: Mr W.,H. Johnston to northern parl I in, Milk dark straw and lightweight j I
and undesirable asset Not only should the capital 11 lea who will use.It for their winter I materials. I

,be kept nnimpared. but, a surplus fund should be created from BroNIf1 WMu to IM yet pr.perq residence. i
', ,the earnings that wilt be a protection to the capital and to depositors : ,- !
in the trying times that sooner or later overtake allbanking ., Hon.- g-IJIndson Burr,candidate for BROSSIER will .......year ...... Ladies T ailorlng'Departrbentrnr
institutions. There'are few items, if any that look railroad commissioner, who spent yesterday .1
better npoa a balance,sheet of a bank than a large surplus, and, .. he ti. left last night for Talla Beautiful house for sale on Biscayne fctreet. carriage and evening cottnmts, '
none so well calculated to secure: for it public confidence it is' hassee.Wanted4. t drive, south of-cemetery, net ten percent waist, tailor gowns and coats. 4
therefore, on all accounts the.best policy to accummulate such a .on investment. Box 637. Miami i
fund as rapidly as possible even if dividends to stockholdershare Clean .
couon ran at this 232 Twelfth Street Miami
to be kept down to a low rate for a time. The wisdom of office. Council 'M'eeta Tomorrow 'i :;
this is seen in the provision of the Na ional Bank 9et for the ac- The city council meets In regular I I '
cummnlatton of and maintaining a surplus of at least 20 per ct. Miss Gertrude; Lemlsv who has been semi-monthly session tomorrow nightA
,1 (of the.capital of the bank.. ratt's Digest,Nat. Banking Laws"Os visiting with/ 'friends for the last two number of Important matters area
weeks, lefc last night for her home In come up for consideration and all
Palm Bea*1L While here Miss Lemls members should be present
Bank ,. became quite a social favorite anj was
The
First National highly entertained t ,by her. ,friends.BROIER ofllce.Wanted Clean cotton rag at this Spring GoiodsAi J

or MIAMIin imam REAL ESTATE.i .
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,1"tit I For Bale -Fine furniture. India-
three years of its existence has accumulated a surplus'fund i Captalitaj: Frank Houston and Ed. lag handsome mahogany plUG refrtf-
ot sere TBOOARD DOLLARS and undivided profits over six THou:,: Graham IKt last night for New Smyr erator and chiffonier. Apply OS Stk ,when 12th I Street StoreThe 'J
BAKD DOLLARS, which make a total of THIRTEEN THOUSAND I na whera'lhey will take charge of the streetExtend
'DOLLARS or twenty-six per cent of the 'capital.of the, Bank.iJ ., l.t..men\\: and Columbia engaged ( '
followinaispedal
a' jowag barges here by the Thanks (offers' for,.the week endfeo
i Inside. route. Chief Hardie of the fire department -
If .---- desires upon behalf of the members Satutd y_ May 19,, :
; of the to extend thanks to Mr. .
same
; For Rtffci Small rumbaed ..... .
DoaJe krd. Box Lomberger for a check In the sum of Bar wish i.4 worth 2.00 and 'UO' Boys wash. snits, wank 'lSc '
Address Ttt. .. and
'I; .. on $1.00at.
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J iti 5. donated In recogntion of their services at.... .. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 11c
.' .Mr. George R. Oomph. 'cashier, o.: In saving Us property from fire .L'l1O wash nolta'worth ji 25 and U0
Ibe 'Fbrt .pallas' National Bank left destruction last night. Kens half boas, worth,l2 l.c an4,15c, .t.. .; ,'. '.. ..i ,1I :..........pg cat ,
RREO, last nlghfifor Jacksonville.'where he .... ..,.... ::.. ......Ie .1;
t .' will spend,;the week end at the meetlug Anything yon want done, sidewalks .1 Mena negligee. al lLadies' : I' ISo and '
o i ; .sewerage landscape gardening roads worth .1.B and n.1O 15 eenta.. at..i" -.gk., ,
r of the Elk's ( convention. From .... .... .. ....?.
built lands cleaned. See.Fred Ratter, at. .. ...1L1/ "
there he.frill go to his home In Utica KE'Da' SuItsw orth 11 11.00 and 12.00:;"
;: :: N.--Y, fotjtwo. or-three- "weeks on his Miami, Ladles .t. worth $2.25 'and $2.50 "u'... .. ,..: ..._....1100Lat.
:. racatlon.' ... ..... .... .:.. ......,..1201 Ladles watsta.worth: : : : j,
Umbrellas repaired and recovered.Leave i ;_ ILLS adit $4j "'T)
'Tfpe ting done the Metropolis at Racket Store.Revival .t....!. :..... i.. ." i!JQ'
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,. ; Children worth Be and Uc .tat .
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<. 0 office. at.c,asonable rate ... ...I ...... ;...........Ik Chlldrea. hose. worth.'lie and lost>

;fx 5.!. !1 w. ,i.' ,,. '.<. ,I ''" Will Be.erth.d -. The revival Closed services which have Ladies waI Iktrta; worth 1..00 .t....' ....... ,...,,. 'J'.. ,.........lle;":
The BiJ keye Gen. W. B.'" Shattac'spleasure been in progress at the First Methodist '' ... k
-., and IUO ... .......1j Ladles walking skirts, .Yorth I1
; .. climb 'Uracht. which has been In Church for,r the past several week tl. and 13.M st ... I ...... ...;
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,. Carries) ma many passengers: bills: gees just as commission since 'early last season Isnowbeing by the ReYE''eDJa'Harris, came to a Ladles walking skirts worth '1.00 .IDt ,

fast: uses leas gasoline and tires:* is safer and sorr, easily stripped and prepared forberthingtdnrag close last night The revival throughout and. 17.00 .c""" ....... ....16,60 Ladles walking sld I. .worth 1 5.00 .
controlled: just aa luxurious and;comfortable and costs the summer.: The was a decided success, many converts "
and'i6.60'at ,..... .........4.A..
:., less for repair than many car that sell for double or treble General will leave ba'a day or two, lof were made and numerous others White coUlttetpaDeII. ,'worth 1.00 at US ,I. .
,";. its price. :: :: Send for the REO book that tells,why the ,nortnl solicited prayer. The revivalists left :' "I... ", ,;s ; 'hble linen worth,1f ,.,.Jte .
i last.night. ..for their: home In the north. White coutefPaDea, worth !t-0 aU.OO .lDen'tmrels ibett.1 .
-- J worm ....De'
s _Brad want t* net year erepirtjfQreundtet Actlv man wanted la, each eouty ,Wblte COUDtefpanell,, orth,L50 at US Linen towel I.. worth I.at..U, leis .

In CltanMI' to exhibit demonstrate, and advertise WtJte Coantpaneu, worth LU at -I .
Co. T.bl&llaea worth at..tle"IsidOr .
Automobile
t 4't. Miami Phillip staple'line; salary $1S weekly. $3 ;
: ; The Banner Line schooner per day for expense No capital re i
13th Street Postoffice M. Brookajwhlch arrived off Cape Florida quired.1 Honesty and sobriety
more
: near !
yesterday morning was towed Into
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essential than experience. National 'Cohen. ;
p the bay'yesterday afternoon and 8'fCO.
f t.. Company720 Chestnut street.. Philadelphia
as far as:;the monnth of the river canal -, ,
"' -. ,' wherf 1lhe grounded and
A portJoii cf the cargo win GOLDEN JUBILEEOF II! 303. TWFLntf STREET'' ': .; FLORIDA ,
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removedtT>>>y lighter before remalD&.l -

ti i eat Reduction proceed the company's WestHeld. ,, Mass, MASONIC Mt Morlah LODGE Lodgeof I I, ... ',THE,DOCTOR-jt ADVICE '

ER'means safe lnv.aesettbs! .. .
#d v R1a1 1jEngaged. Masons is celebrating Its fiftieth .... .. 'I, ":
;., to tate 'drlV --a..L
-" anniversary"today' and hundreds of a eve7 day y
zfaGents Summer Clothing and;(Shoes ,'by- Extension: Masons'from all parts of. the State .....11. -roof attention Ito I TOW vehicle.
r ; The lajte power boat Fortunawhichhas are here to assistIn, the celebration 'You cant atord'tc I
been tin this port all the winter There,will be a prade In the afternoonand M fake *ay. riskwith
.:, 'aid Ladles Skirts GOING ,AT COST, has been ngaged by the F. E.!: C. Railway a public church service. la the ; ;a aJet ;&o ;iCWL. We'll .
,Co.;:for extension work and went evening-.there"will be banquet; at <'..for ,your carriagK tf.,.It needs r. ",
'i; op to thjgij terminal dock yesterday afternoon Columbia Hall with addresses, and I v pairs, what the doctor aa. Ole drtveI
i&it/Loan Office 0 fro lit out preparatory to taking music.r, Clarence A. Brodenr. principal r d ... tck'ena",sac* well i aad atroagone. .
: Opp.P. up her run between here and the keys' of,the Westfleld Normal School: 4,., .*' r
;2: f : "' The Fona"wUJ be.the largest boat will deliver_ an' Itl.torlcal.addres&. .
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of the kind engaged In this work. She ," % I
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was .bull. -at -West Palm Beach last S10 REWARD J 4 ff J.A.OANN,
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from there.: Lo t-; Pearl handle Smith W.. 4
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; ;:, aummer.wball., ,423 Cleventkf st .. l
son revolver: 32 caL. B 1-2 Inch her l' MIaw6'Fla
; .. For lest"=:"-' A If -room cottage; ret Return to this office sad receive __ .
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r' '.; ''. ,t"t J'"D.'Am-' M.r.cItti' reward.LeMoiiiI ji '.

..:.-. Baltimore,' If ay.$- Cukes. $3 tom. Miami Transfer
,- toes; fancy $160 to $3: potatoes $5; f -
;; j beans $1,to $1.M." ;::Ad vise shipment .woaderrul Healer-
Thos.'H;.Braus Ca i : .
;andnnaU.,May !- First ear arriv i i==.CURfS== ,
ylnflamatton
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I e& Best ripe selling for,$2.60. Beans, t -. ", ;? ; -j cQfl2pa12yD2'91 ,
and skis, P.%$. Potatoes $5.60. ,* ab.J Bruise Bdrna. J1" ,
,.. Chapped Skin Roughness, Blackheads .. h street. Phone illO
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EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Pimples and Kczema., Keeps Garage and Stable, llth street; 'near Ave.' R, Phone No. 100
t'it Complexion, soft'.smooth and fresh
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...:,," I. "' :j|:f E8T:REFERENCES' i Price 25c Horses;, ,Carriages and }

;. __ i ,FRBbt E. RANKIN,
"f-'' :BOX 572' JACKSONVILLE" FLA. ,Sold bj'_Biscayne, Drug Company J I Automobiles it f

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: I- v for hire bl.the' loar. day week or Aqt mobile slot
moatht
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t > -. age repair* and supplies., ,Agents tae famous FORD an- I
$2:50 $2.SQ., } tomo ile..'" .Freight unloaded and delivcred.i\ tat facilities !
S : 'tot, moving heavy trei ht., .Omnibus meets eVe (strain. Bag TI

AY'ti-' : and and' Fort .Dallas Land Goiianf I .. _k.: gage transferred.. ALL. orders]receive PROMPT,1 Attention.CLASS' .

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i-j' ': ,'.: $3.00.. $3.00. I.C s'" \ {:p .1'pliiST ;
/ Has its lists ; HorsdSho'eiriffA
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: Beside this .patent Gibson, tiewe'have, models'of:: soft! Some particularly attriwt a !ites, for p '

r 'ELmCk kM mad gum, metal;, in ;satiety of shape and designs. both"'residence and business
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Cher are here in all shape and leathers at $2.50 and $100 'f S.:_.k ::1.,pur-' : '
''III M > -;. .. I Ip ,: poses.\ An investment: in .M ami -rea) : Co.. Title; insurance

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I estate is,Mil f e; sure-''f.J; : returns II III I rand Trust. :Company ,



-.. -. .... ft ,' ig.. .' Y 1f I 1 'tREILLY f I !!Paid Up]I:Capital OF MIAMI.'S75.000.FLORIDA, INCORPORATED- ,. Sorplos, S12.OOO;,

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JOHN I B. ''J. e. INGRAtfAM.WJ Insure land titlea'prepares abstracts titles.loaaa! and ,
: .. invests money on its own account and for others. Act aa
i. Agent, Fort Dallas Land ( Vlce-Pr sf entFort Dallas agtnt. attomey-in-facf, trustee assignee" executor, re-"
I C. '1 c-py. .OT guardian ,Addres*' atll coniminications tdSs.LP ;
Cotapariy. Miami'F rlda. Land Cci/S: Aiigustlne :
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