The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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System ID: UF00076097:00379
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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":" VOL 3, NO. 144 SLZIfcrlSMk' ui AMI." .[FLORID....1: A. WEDNESDAY, MAY, 23, 1906. gam": 'Pr'ice'Cents :
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BY. "'MIAMI" BOARD' TRADE:]Will Be Held May 30- An Interesting It rr1al New, York May] 23- On account of I:I LAYS IN LITTIE SHACK, f :

Pregrs-n ) the strike of thd coach: sal hearse I
px1 j drivers few .nOIl' anon funeral were,
The closing exercises of the StCath- held below Fourteenth street ,e.ter-i l
' erlne's Academy wm 'take place at day. Several funerals were held,

n' Bit Civic Parade Also Adopted- the Fair building'on the,eTenlq of I up and twenty-n f e had to be post' And Asserts he Will Starve'Him-
May 30 at 7:30 o'clock. With this the poned.' I t *

t Hon. Frank C_ark to be Invit academy has been will unusually end Its first successful term which and rti'I SHQNTSWILL self to Death-Physicians Declare i

is. ed and Marine Band Secured I considerable The program Increase arranged nest for term.the closing .SPEAK IN ATLANTA Him Sane-Is.. a Public' I

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Palm Beach exercises will be as follows: Washington 'May, 2) Chairman and j
.2 i"osaible-WIt. I Salutatory-Miss Frantic Graves. a I Charge a Nusi ance But .
Shonts. o Isthmian Canal Commission -
is Incited to Participate in i I Earl. Recitation Csnova.-"Our Flag"Muter has accepted: an Invitation I I What to do With Him is a ;,
to address the Atlanta Chamber. of
SOng"There Are Many Flags" I
E"i'Here 1 Commerce: May $0. on the relations
the ." IIJlt
Boys. .
of the south Panama canal
to the On
; Recitation 'What Does the Little I-: the same date Mi Shonts will deliver I fJ.'j
...... Birdie Say"-Harriet Brown.Duet"FJo1l'er i; : I I
; an address at the dedication of Re
SoD G. Lange
t becca Scott Hall j at the Agnes Scott
: Misses A.. Weber'and :M. Knrrus. '
The special committee on preliminary 'i r Institute. Decatur Ala. The 'resldenju
Recitation -."I'm Bu* Six Year I county: and la the vicinity -
amazements for a Fourth of July Old."-Master Campbell Johnson.- '. \ of Uttle River ace in a predicament
celebration in Miami appointed by RAILROAD COMPANY WILL to determine just what to
SonThIs Letter Is For My Papa" i ,. "
b the :rice-president of the Board of -Sybil Comer.. F. W. HAHN INVESTIGATE COAL STOCKS do :with the aged white named
Trade met thla morning with the director "Doll Song"-Little Ones. I. Wells, who abides In a little-house
of that organization at the 'Trio-"Fast Mall Gallop": Streab- Philadelphia .May 23-At a meetIng at that place and possesses a determination -
office or:Secretary Broader for the bog-Misses 8. Johnson 8. Comerand. of the directors of the Pennsylvania to starve.himself! to, death.
purpose.or' discussing plans and outlining I EL Wells. Candidate for County Clerk Railroad Company today a committee Wells, 'who .Is about 5 years of

a series of eTenta for that date. Cantata of the Seasons.' was appointed to Investigatethe age has been a source of annoyance

finch .Interest was manifested and Fairy. Queen MJai. Julia ,Cnlbert- !II ,; allegations made before the Interstate and, expense,to the eounty for.som*
after considerable discussion and YST- son.. Commerce: Commission that certain time. Many believe him crag,, but
dots suggestions It was practically decided officers of the company hold stockin physicians.refuse: to certify to that
The Starless Crown. -. Miss Nellie J' . ...
that one of the'eatum.wtUbe Greer.: "- 's -r- .. _. coal companies. fact hence he cannot be- sent to tae

an immense old-time barbecue, while Gossip Pantomlne Little Girls. I I asylam.- Sveral 'months )go he was
another Is to be' a. civil parade, con .Sunbeams Sybil Comer. ,To The :: Democratic Voters. of Dade CoI .HENRY tkDIED[ examined for lunacy but the examination
slating of: the i fire department military Piano- Solo- "Fifth Nocturne/; I : IN CHRISTIANA NORWAY proved 'his mental condition
company, aecret and labor organizations Lerbach -MI. Ethel Wells.Song"Snv'er I IChrlatlaua. sound I
and city officials. : Tae question Bella"-Junior Class. I wisTi o extend to YOU. my'sincere appreciation for your most N-o&a-y May 23- Hen- SInce' then he has been a charge' ton

of a pyrotechnic display at night Scarf Fantasle Girls.S b ::" .' J liberal snppP t,in, the primary,,election held 1a115.. in which I was a ilk Ibsen, the Norwegian poet and the{ county, being allowed a certain

followed by a ball.was left opea.some Chorus "Farewell to May*-School !candidate for nomination to the* ofice;'of Clerk of the Circuit Court. dramatist, died here at 2:10 o'clock'I|1:I sum permonth for his maintenance. ,

present favoring the same and others Good,Night Song School ,"f t For this support I anti profoundly ; this afternoon. ;He was bora la 1311 He| occupies a aback.In,pineapple t
objecting on account of thee expense "*" :. ; field sleeps on the floor on old blank
that'would be incurred. ,, I A second primary will be held June 12 and in it stand for nomination 'eta;and II dependent upon the .neighbors -

IV was also decided to manta Hon. : by a'taajority: vote against, one other candidate. I feel that Ialai I for nursing. I '.
Frank dark,CcIIIIre mU' from'this MANrlXLA80RER5WDULOUE1Q ; :. : : BOND ISSUE I Recently Wells took a notion,to
in qualified to'61l' the office I seek and believe ion
.every way
district to be present and deliver an : VOTEDI starve, himself to death.! but according -
address. A committee was appointed -. jive me then, me consideration in the second.primary that was accorded -! to those In that neighborhood receives .;

to draft a resolntla on the same : me in thefifst, / f I i and eats the 'food carried to' .
and forward .to hlnv ''A 'suggestion, N.! I J Appr9cating| fully'yonf kindest+' P fee1lngs; towu'di me,, ctJh&nk- LITHE !ELECTION I him. A day or two ago Deputy Sheriff '
prevailed th t'aa< effort be'made : :Moran visited Wells to Investigate
through the Florida.delegation to jet I ;: !ing you for'ihat already de m tmstrated. ,,I am yours, truly his condition. He found him M above -,
the marine band from Key West here i 1 )j f; F W. HAHN"BANKER'S described. He..s qujte talkativeand

to tarnish music for the occasion. __ ___u YES repeated his determination
The secretary was Instructed to J i TOWORE'a EROAY starve hlmseL to death; (He admitted,

communicate with the Board of Trade eating food but said to* neighbors
West Palm Beach and request that r, would soon get tired of
of ,,1. J R S DAUGHTER PRESENTED I feeding him
organization that lnsmuch as Miami and that he would! 'ti u die ,from
Is now preparing plans for a Fourth I hunger. ,1 4

of July celebration. It withhold such ON THE .... E. C. RAILWAY FOR BONDS PREVAILED BY VOTE After talking at length and telling
celebration there this year and afflU- : i ; ..EXTENSION > AtTHE AUDITORIUM LAST NIGHT the officer that he was originally from
ate with the Miami Board or Trade In ARE NOW SCATTERED OF NINETY-E/GHT TO TWENTY-,, Michigan* and that he had bees mar
making the event here a suecea.: 'the ; I tied he became suspicious and wanted
assurance: to be given that Miami wfll AT VARIOUS POINTS WITHOUT FIVE AGAINST WORK OP IMPROVEMENT to know Us IdeDtlt)'.! He Insisted

assist la a celebration at that,place -- I that he was deputy sheriff Core and
next year. The secretary Is also to : 1' Informed him very possibly that It. _
extend aa'Urttatlon to the Board of I BY." M R.. HOUGH ; 'The drama''?rhe Banter's Daughter"' llant Mrs. Ha d'i little daaghter. MENCED SOON would be no use to take him to Jailor -
Trade and the dtlsens of West'Palm t : presented .last; night.at the Auditorium Gretchen: Hand was also clever. Miss I send him to the asylum u he <
Beach to be present In Miami on the Qretchen was perfectly at her ease would get away.' "Toni) cao t keep
date mentioned.' -i' o' before a .hoyji. .. packed to overflowing and carried a rather long and hard m.." h. asjd. Mr. Mora finally pee

After the discussion of a number of was most decidedly..;;1' a success. Mr. part Her "mama kiss papa" came In sanded him to go and (take a ride
'minor details connected with the pro Mr. Frank Hough connected with W. S. James, manager Introduced so cleverly that It nearly upset a The city bond election yesterday resulted with him but after getting outside .

_. posed celebration an adjournmentwas the labor bureau of the F. E. C..'Railway entirely news scenery, as he has done tragic scene.. in a victory for bonds for Muni-j the shack he decided: that ae lad better '
taken antfl Friday night 1I'1a.en a Company, arrived la the city this at each plat before and with all the Edward J. Sweet was also prominent clpal Improvements in the sum of i not and returned- taj! his bed. om
special meeting of the Board will be shifting changes there. not a hitch for his good acting. .His makeup $100.000. over two-thirds of those voting the floor. i _
held and the epmmlte* present It* recommendations' morning with a batch o .fifty' labor nor delay :fjjfj I, ," as a, French art critic: and his on the Auest/Ion casting their bal-, Dr. Dupuls, who Is well acquainted:
for the celebration and ers, for the extension. .operations., :Forty The casterwas:: much the;same :u French,speech and manners were exceptionally lots la favor of the Issue a total of r wpm Wells and Us condition. Qe ,
make any chances or additions to the of the number were negroes:who the one In!Wedded and Parted"" given fine. And Brown tike :123 persona out jf a possible lg4eleBible officer says, refuses to give a certificate ,1
program that body sees fit to ,direct. have been at work In the potato fields In April |t reach character being gouty mUlonalre" was beyond accurate : under the law to a vote In the] : that he Is f insane. and unless .i
specially adapted to his or her particular I description. That yell of pain .coatet indulging privilege.Of f such a paper Is secured' he cannot 1.:
BUY CANAL around Hastings. The other,tea were : be to the asylum. Is stflt lathe
MUST this sent He
: psrt'J?I The music was furnished which came from emphasizing his number ninety-eight were
MATERIAL.AT HOME white men. who had.left the operatlons -: by Messrs. Wheeler and Keith.In advice: to a "young man like myself for bonds and twenty five against I shack being fed by,, neighbors, ;

; to' go north but changed their making]her second appearance set the audience In a roar of laughter. bonds, thus earning the Issue In favorof but how he will be disposed of Is amystery

Washington. May, 21- ,Tie ,Senate minds and are returning : on the stage, Miami., Mrs. Murray John Gardner Is always popularIn bonds by a majority of seventy-I yet unsolved { .
committee on finance today favorably Rnnetl has f now become' Known as the comic role. three. Throngbxdit the day and up to Mr. :Moran \says there are aome
.reported the resolution directing that In reference to 'the return of tits not only one1 of the most charmingly Oscar T. Conklln, the artist Harold three o'clock In[the day voting was persons about'Little River who believe
materials for the Panama canal be of white ,men to the works Mr. .Hough attractive 1 women who ever graced Rontnedge, bro1t&ht.1aJa splendid act light but after {hat hour It became I that a little "persuasion"

domestic manufacture and production relates some interesting facts.: The the stage here, but is-a pronounced' : lug to a grand climax In the moonlight spirited with the above retaIL A eyed In a forcible manner would take
unless,toe President deems the most of the men. he says 'who' have success as ;tl.tar. Lastt she duel with the Count and made number of propel-ty owners were disqualified all of the ".tan." out of Wells and
prices -exhorNtant thebanker's : hit account of having not Induce him to get up aj>4 go to work.
left the extension work did so because was ctanctater.ae a Mr. Conidia is at home behind on reI'Istered.
heroine, !and held her audience the footlights having appeared paid their poll taxes and for
they wanted to get back to their old throughout |' on the stage In New York several other causes, contrary to the law gov-

(CHURCH MUST haunts and associations; and not for W. 8. James did the finest piece of years ago Harry A. Steele was splen cluing bond elections. TAMPA 6ETsiA /

any particular dissatisfaction ,, ,with acting last tight that he has yet done did as an American tourist la Park The result gives general satisfaction "

with their work or treatment: "They here. In', graceful, wholesome lovemaking He had been studying the tourist in and places: ]Miami In a position to

SETTLE QUESTION want to have a little 'recreation' and which Is one of the difficult: Miami and "did" Paris In like man make Improvements and progress so BIG BOOSTING
when they have It and are broke and and attractive achievements of the ner. He finally won the sadly bereaved long needed. It will be but a fewl
hungry, the thought of the Florida dramatic profession, Mr. James Is excellent Mrs. Browne and did It with weeks beio'e the bonds will have beta I
Keys comes back to them and the majority : Hll !role as the.husband o: bluster and Tim sold and the watt commenced.: |
1 are willing and anxious to re the banker's Daughter whose hand on- }Olr.. Holcomb otherwise Miss Ella The city coon 11 will meet tonight i ,
turn" said Mr. Hough. ly was In the, I husband's keeping was Atwater was graceful aa the sad faced and canvass the turns of the Inspec-1

Of Union or No Union-.CourUof "All along the road reaching far up delicately: : ,done but In the zeal and aunt o* the banker's daughter. Dr. tors after which' preparations for pre(! Resolution for Govon ors a At-
tire. I Watson, the to paring, advertlsl and selling the ,
la.the Carolinas they are found. la surgeon the wounded ig '
!- Cannot Interfere Jacksonville they get drunk and after I Frank jl t Belrne as the French Inellst. sustained his part well and bonds will be in order. These matters tend Exposition
Equity Comnerating
: spending all their money sell their count was'./,revengeful heart and an as the servant was also good. GurJy will be expedite ss soon as possible.ILL .
in Such Issues as tong tickets to New York for a pittance or I expert had at swordsmanship Aydelotte represented these characters. Beginning Pioam CanalIntroduced
.i*; dispose of articles 0': clothing for a brought down! the house In his black HEALTH FARCES -
Fair and Just. song. In North Carolina I saw one I villian's pursuit of revenge. He 'Is MIsg/LouUe Carpenter gave a lively 8OLZKY TO RESIGN / I II
IS of the ex-extension workmen sell an I I acknowledged I one of the best actors "coon" speciality and was excellentIn I I Todaj.

overcoat: that he had carried through I ever appearing here. the dialect and the pantomlne act St Petersburg! May 23 Count i
last inter in Florida, for two ,bottlesof Q. von! Moser also made a leap on ing. She responded to an encore with Solzky has been relieved of the Prea- I
I the dramatic j road to popularity as another taking dialect selection. I I
liquor. He was an {Irishman and i Idenry of the Council of Empire-the I
I remonstrated with him for his act the doting, .$tt weak old banker.ho It U learned that Mr. James will not i upper house of parliament by his
Decatur, ills. May 23- The application H-ashlnRton. May 23coi The House
for injunction to restrain but got a reply that he was going' old his daughter to save his fortune.In put another play on the boards this I]own request on icconnt of 111 health. ," ,
an back to Florida and would not want takingUhe three part of a maid reason as he leaves soon for New nmltteeAra Industrial trt* and Ex-
of Presbyterian
the union decided the today by a refusal the coat half as bad there as he want- later trans' rted to the wife of a I 'ork. Its rumored that he is ar-I TROLLEY CRA I H WITH | po; Itlony today authoriz d a favorable
to issue the injunction., "d the liquor then. I gout old'i' !l1Ionalre, ant still later I I I ranging to return here next fall to enjter I II \\IERIOUS RESULTS rrport on the cone rrent resolution -
wearing hftVbecomlng: widow's weeds, into the theatrical work
"I venture to continued Mr. I
Judge Johnson In rendering his decision say requesting the Presl ent to Invite
Urn Fred bland made a hIt. Her -hcronphly. He the popular-1 I
said that Cain had no parallel Hough "that ninety per cent of themen ( has won I Lsfayet'e: led Mar 23: In a be:1di|i tit jGoxercors of Stages o participate ,
]vere wonderfuly appropriate itt which: nil
who had left the keys would cwjumea > assure welcome I collision between
and declared to1 trolley
American Jurisprudence I ,
in back writ-I and 'b6 that the courts of equity 1I'on.tput gladly come and many are car here Bear! sixty! : peons were
on doctrinal matters. The de-]jlnfr for their old jobs. The company'will I AU-SKA I RESIDE'N I II injured. two f: tally and one was a/- to May 1J08. to
clsloni of the ecclesiastical courts,' take some of them but there are i FAIRBAN't! j CASSATT nl"cd!! outrlgh:. fh beg,tnlug of work oiCs the Panama
are binding on all members and won't I IPTbe |others:. It will not have at any price." t 1 ifl I WIPED OUT BY FIRE WILL NOT RESIGN nal. :'
courts of This shows conclusively as the Metropolis WKBMBIM* TESTIMONY C NCLUOED
Interfered with by the ; II I I .
12ay I The rf outlon was soIf mended that
that Seattle!, 3A special dls-
has stated before, the
If their acts are fair and hon: IN PATRICK CA
equity white laborers tare left the ;railroad patch r ce states that the New York May 23- A cablegram I i adopted it will cotporcrnmrnt commit the
decisions of ecclesiastical courts: : "
eat rom London \, J, Camtt. '
'the civil courts,: work not for any reason of Jiardshlp, entire by if'section of Fairbanks! says to canclalhif aid the ent' -
are also binding.on + pn: >sident o* the Pennsylvania Ran \ew' York. M I v : Today e dad
111 treatment or other wise,,but simplyto 1 j Alaska f ; yesterday.: Detailsit
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declared. prise
he ,' meare it is feared the food -oad. declares that he has no idea oteslning the testimony a +mlIIi'n: the :,
As to the matter of faith,and whether re' away and indulge for a while $ the once, and that he 1 Is M"< r: T. Parr; .S.p. :ring for/a new rhe President bnwevi r, Is requested
: (I supply has een destroyed and that I{
the doctrines,, of the Cumberland'and In their old way o Jiving After that sutJ'l'ffiI will much smrrrUeJ that rumors of his re- :trial. during 1I\'b\ ch '>' life I been to hold a naval revl w in Tampa
follow The
than anxious prop'erty .
has enJed hey are more g I
Presbyterian Churches were ; :Irempnt mined such wide circulation W'N' reprlvedvtj ". R. 1er Golf re- BT during the exposltic a. The see
los ilf stlmated at one million
raricnt. was an ,ecciesasUcal tOO get back where three square meals ; : .. ",-'. o': :ton tatrcUaeed
widely 'dollars, :Ibuttno, lives are reported In Now Y"rk aaj Philadelphia flnanIclal : -i! : 'I C .y lying; un was by Congressm
question solely and must be setled-by tare provided dally and fair wages host ** I circles ;;1 Fr! !ay far fix: I 1-1; :>:1 t Cs,/ in Spartman, o. Florida. +
that ,court Judge:Johnson said, paid.: ) I I p, :
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:t.,' .FOURTH: .OF..JULY CELEBRATION.The Will :'begin next week. May 30. It will be a stunner' for prices. Keep you I eyes'I I :{

; movement by the Miami Board of Trade ,for a Fourth of July celebration !

I+ ,_ from la this the public.city is one No that better'should date meet could unanimous. be selected endorsement than our national and support !: open_ and watch for'our big ad that will appea Tuesday afternoon. May 29th. : :

crowd to Miami and In Interesting them after -
for felting a
Independence day '

: they Early have In the come spring here.the Metropolis agitated this matter and. has called ThlS,! is the way ,we will sell a few things at our big Success sale next week: : :

attention to It several times since. By putting on a firemen's contest military i"
exhibition; baseball game excursion to the beach aDd,conclude,1I'Ith a

i. ball and pyrotechnic there Is display no reason at night that a and large areduced.crowd could railroad not be tore assembled fromaearbYpolats Edvyin Clapp's '6.00 and Kripp I ndorf Ladies ShoeS ;,

i:'. "and,,Let tie'all day pull' made,heartily memorable towards in making theannals the. of Fourth Miami.of, .July celebration: f a 7.0.Q; men's' fine shoes for 90 J ( 3.50 and 4 dollar goods, for 2 5L :

1 success, Our people need a diversion from the routine,of every day life, L "C f CI

;. and"'a-little concerted.efforts win accomplish ''wonders in providing'a' day a pair . ... . . . . per par . . .. .. ... . .

&, of recreation" and amusement. I t

,.' 'Railroad i Overalls,J rCJu-: r$2.SO 'Royal l Palm Shirts Scriven's Elastic J I Seam ..-.lit;
A 'taree.1DaJorltr of. the freeholders TnHotlag'yesterday ,on tht propoitton ii S
of Issuing municipal bonds la the sum of $100.000 for public Improvements 1 price 75 cents drawers,- worth
la the city.of.,1I1a 11. gar thilr ,consent for,'bonds: 'to be sold I '
and money raised In that way for the laying of more sewersjarlng streets, I Success<< } Sale IOC I 8'0 cents.7Sc tl to $1. Suepic I III..

building a city hall- improving the fire department and constructing parks . . : sale price :
and promenades.Nothing' .', I I
void, That r+: '} ,. ri- raraA
remains now but for the bonds to prepared and f r '
there win be BO trouble in finding a purchaser is evident af already rquestafromprapecUve '
bidden'have been received.. The local',banks, 110'doubt", ; |

wffl be strong factors In the bidding and should,be liven! the first consJder -
Uo over outaLle institutions. \\\tl:1 1Ij \ <<,*,, \ "\ < ; | \\11\ }; | t atch f ad in the May 29th
wm'take but'a few-weeks the most for 111 matters pertaining;tt or our rs i l li

:". the contemplated Improvements .to assume shape,_andjerei early- .fall arrives, G
Miami win have under,way all of the Dew'Improvements. ,.that'mast make i e
: her among the foremost of southern cities!: j. { *. '

'. The people deserve much credit for their patrloUlm' .nd love of home Be and 4 read tour circulars.over: carefully.I i Come and t the
and municipal Improvements In standing by and voting bonds! In no other /sure; see
t way uld the many needed developments In Miami have been secured. Ere
(< lone the trait wm be bearing and,we will be making a gretaer Miami. Let I Nose
window-We of this I
in to a.-lot in
prices our are going
f: that be_oar slogan_from this. time-:on-"For a..Greater Miami" !T hI : f' i1l: Ub t r"'r' : money

fir" Miami has no groom for'the kicker and'croaker' Boot him out 1 I
F Bonds have been- Toted.. Now.for a Greater' XJam. Let' -all. .lay.hold. ..of. + '
one sad of the tng.TLe'8aclalli ;: Sucesst Sale1t ) .
; "' : ,
ff-} : t a ofDu val county have nominated a county'ticket'' We "
1;" 'knots of one or'two in lade county that might help them to|advocate their : '1'1 I

cause,'If nothing- more.' "

\ "A'man'mUt'keep'ht.'month open a long time, before js..roast plgecn "ftf
will fly into It,- says a Danish proverb. And a man, nowadays stands_ the Romfh 1
[ sam chance of "getting things"'without advertising as the keeker o. toast rl1he Anthony; Co''p ny

pigeon.. in the" proverb.
f y There..u.no'PresidentialIntervention. _In,the.mining troobies,:ibis'j ear. .
mud hence settlement was arrived at by those'who
employ/laud those 1ibo
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-, are' The'President sometimes realizes the limits of his office, -" j. 1
employed WINNIPEG
j I lions'29: and .20. tp. 54. south range .HORSE SHOW NOTICE FOR BIOS .
t and this was one of the times. It's .to be hoped he will act kloig the same; 41 east" .
, :; lines" ia future j labor controversies and let employer and emplo/e ieae; ill f lEJAl & their own contentions. County Security COL, for 12,700. 400 show under the auspices of the Sealed bids for : and grading ;
:\ acres in sections 19 and 29, tp. 54. Winnipeg Horse Show Association: certain road at Jupiter, will be received
: Commission.. Stale of :Florida to F, 41 eastWarranty rill open this evening at the Au to,.
t The Miami is pleased ; range a.1 'arbors
Metropolis not at the way in which Dade county by A. K. Cert of
L. Chuwh to be notary public State deed, G. W. Keith um. Is nearly as large
ti. has:beet} "trlte4JQ;jhece.nsus and the Metropolis has,just cause at large for ,four years dating from wife to A. S. Burton for'$40, lots nand as the Arent In )Montreal where the the Circuit Court aj Miami op to 11 .
for Its dissatisfaction. Dade fa ODe of the'counties that hai made wonderlecade $ 18, block 115, Delray. big horse are annually held and o'clock noon of the 5th Jay of June
fcfal strides In poalation and'deyelopmint- within the peat ,- and It May 8!;|;f906 I Certificate to practice medicine. Is well Ihi'WI for show purposes. A... D. 1JOG. 'Specification' :and-defla4 '
f would be of real Interest to"the public to know the extent if her progress Commission.' State of Florida 'to O. Board of Medical Examiners State of The entries is highly satU Ito location of roadj are on file with
Amsdeii be public State actory a of the finest hones IL
S. notary DnBois County fCommlasioner ,at
[, as Is generally given In census report. 'The: enumerator or I|Florida to J. R. Caaon. Jr., of Delray. -
of western" I
ap- at larg fdr j four years,.dating from jCanada are among those Jupiter; Fla, r %
it: poatjedjipthat| .county seems: to have stamped. as no report was filed of May 9,..|906 r: Warranty deed, H. Price-Williams, exhibited. ten; Ontario, Quh/> ,&Dd : By order of 'the pJoilof* County
; and wife to Sam C. Lawrence for $5
the VorkVe'was. to do, and consequently Dade is omitted from the qubiahedWt.Jacksonville : the United are represented in Commissioners In open session at Mi
$ ,
Satisfaction of mortgage M. E. and other considerations 8 acres In the show. The exhibition
MetropoUs. Call It slumping if yon want to, but' the Spencejrf.toWarranty" Man M, Tueker.I section 34, tp. 53, south range 41 three Jays j last ami. Fla...thls, the fist day\of May A.
D.1906. I
; people .Miami and Dade county have another name for ItDeSoto deed, Annie Shadden to :east.
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i J. [. Gorton i I for 1300' lot 3C, Lemon )'' Satisfaction of mortgage, Charles 'I| tmbreual repaired and recovered. j j Clerk.By a.
sends:more. oranges to the markets than any other county in i Cry.WarrMiy. !"a"i' I'I'i I. Peacock and R. A. S. Peacock to Mln- '[Leave at jacket Store. |11. Pope deputy.
the State. She has more cattle than any other county In' FloridA. She :, eeJ, Ernest Stypmanntoi ale'i E D. Schneider- husband. I .
W. D. Criffln for $65..lot 1, block 11, !
shore the second largest increase in population of any county in the State | Warranty deed. E. A. Ehmann to
Stuart-lei I IGeo.r O. Butler for IISO, ten acres tc
for the last five" years 4 We are. according to 1 the last census, the "white*!" Powef3)'l.of I.attorney Lydia D. Gary ,section 25, tp. 48, south, rauxe 42 east S EABOARD'Air
county, in. the State i Those are facts\ of which,eeri citizen of DeSoto is i to Alice?L. Birck. v I Warranty deed Geo. O. Butler to L.
Justly pzoucL-DeSoto County News.s U DeSoto's taker [ Warranty deed, J. B. Dill to A. Lee i
: census had been R. Smoak for $150, ten acres In section
Allen fOr $ 50. certain land 209 by I i
a little more carefulthe News might have laid : 35. 48, south 42 east Line Railway
; claim to DeSotp being the I 300 feet! bordering lot ii...block 46 j' tp. range
,+ entire State.. It Is such paper as thawhlch, bulds up and develnpes a south;\j"Mlami. I I I Warranty deed. Margaret E. John
to Jane Osteen
for divers considerations
town and community. If the State had more papers of the calibre of the Deed'<1 jBoaton anJ Florida Atlantic I i!son lot 5, block 12, south Miami.I
.. News there,Is no telling where Florida wongo to In the ten Coast j jiAnd Co-, to Blaine Freeman I FOR
)years for $l.and: other considerations! five II
.- In population, cte.-. \ I jest acre itt section 9, tp. 61 south range I I BALTIMORE HORSESHOW
< 41 e&6t1 I I I Sa van ah Columbia Camden. Sout
ern Pines
The sixth city In Florida In point of I 11a---; .
that Is feed I
what the census Warranty American Realty Co, Baltimore. The Baltimore Richmond
'\ returns show Live,Oak to be.-Live Oak Democra And the same report to S. :yBxwn\ ( for 11500, lots 6 to. Hone Show, the fashionable event Raleigh, ; Washington, Baltimore,
places Lake City as fifth.- Lake City Index. -\Vha\we meant to 10. Inc, I
'". that the complete census returns would show!Live Oalt to' be say was Mortgage deed, S. 'W. Brown and on the rounds of the Elkrlde Hunt Two Elegant Trains Daily.
city wife iftjAmerican i Realty Co. for Club and will continue to the end of
in the State which Is true. There were no retnrnsfroni Dade Orange 31.50o4 ots 16 to 10. .Inclusive block the week. The arrangements are Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
and I Escambla.: Pensacola.: In the latter county of \(outnumbers us, 54. north. Miami completed and everything has been Modern Pullman Equipment.
and we concede that Miami in Dade is a little ahead of nsJ This' Assignment'of mortgage E.C.Romfh || done to Insure the comfort of the vls- :
". sixth and Lake City seventh, and that's how we stand would makeas to F. JLi I Doan trustee. j. The list of entries has never I O i y Isla j.V =
as aimatter of fact. Letter j of 'Attorney. Thomas "X. Orr been as large and never before has a
:: But on the face of the returns Live Oak Is fourth and Lake City...JSfih.-Ure 'and wife to"Edward C. Romfh. i I beter class of horse been shown here optrmm diil? thrJ3Ul sleepers from( Jictsoarllla ta lei Orlew.
Oak Democrat The editor of the Democrat BonS-s for UUe, John
is more generous towarJs I Omweg to R. than at this exhibition. Some Qf the
:Miami than Is,her who H. Charch.! j :finest horsemen are the JtiJges.
enumerator claims It his : among
as !
interest home therefore IL Warranty|;deed, Charles Brinber hike! F. M. Ware. who win be the sole ?or full nf jrnit.c.n a.il 'l Ie per reservations, call: on any agent of tk
1 supposed to have an In Its present and future.V> are glaoV however and .l&j to R, H. Church for |150, loa iudge of trotters ana ronlsters; R. Seaboard oar write' I '
,. to learn from such.a reliable source that Miami occ; pies fifth 'aee 19 and;20, lock 11. MiamL I Penn Smith Berwyn.. Pa.: Reginald ,
among Florida <<:cities the four leaders being Jacksonville. Tampa, Peasa- W Warranty l deed, Bernice S. Potter etqt Rive. Henry ''. Col' Jr.. Charles H.V A 0 MCDONNELL lss'G Gen. ass, : fact toapillr Fla.
.\ coU..aiJ Key w' .t. to I|Vt (7 J| P;>T'f"n' for Jian 11--: IF alter: i&h.Uer'ations. 120 acres In He-I Baltimore. F' C. BOfLSTO.N Jr., ,s. A *

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Elks Meet Tomorrow Night !than a greitbarge[ tied up for Urine I .t -
The local lodge of Elks meet totaorrow purposes In {ia j comfortable and com ." ,. II' '.
night Fire applications for menvbershlp modlus manner,' and .Is Intended for t ,
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.Psts>roa ao are to be voted spas the use of-ttprkmen engaged In building : d I ---.T' '"' -
AT LAW.ttwrtatNt. -- the extension of the F. E. C. Rail- I ::'O"-4 ...< .. .
Picture frames made to order. The war. The craft! has accommodations .. .
',bIaSaltMUW..lor weeruYItttttallesws.sawtatelw r....... Racket StopConvention for fifty oj[;;more men, and Is the first -:' -iI."h, : _sq. 'I. .
of a number such boats now building .v '
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Mlaat.lla.t Jun. 26th here ]py|the company to be sent
to the key*.1 The company Is doing :. ',
the of the Dade CountyRepnDllcan 1
At meeting
all,In Its?power to make its employ SUMME ,. ",
E. EtTMOUR H. ATH5SOK? Executive Committee held comfortable and satisfied during r
yesterday afternoon. It was decided their stay Jin'' this oat of the way part YOUr "
<, & Atkinson To(j' fR 'l- w., \
Seymour, to call' a county contention to assemble o* the world. No expense or pains i r I j t"r. .'
t: Attorneys and In this" city on Jane 26atwhicb are belng kpared to that end. and asa I J .rk as
time a fall: ticket will be put In the ,
citizen remarked yesterday man
Counselors Law.
field.Brassier who cant. be satisfied aboard that
cUlatttttkxi to dwU practice Is aU-me. craft is not,, deserting of comforts.
Stut u*/.Unl'Booms wants te list yew property The other;boats, now being prepared Vacation ed
(. 5,b.1. ,Ftiisell Blq.,Miami In Uke manner, will get sway la the
;, Eight Yoke of Oxen : p next few; ayt.HONOR i
Bight yoke of oxen attracted con sid
G. ,A. WorleyAttorney erable attention and' excited a number TO LONGFELLOW. /
.F,. of horses, u they were Jrlren No matter where you go when you go{ or how long you stay you'll need to be provisioned ,

at Law side north this on morning-Avenue D The from animals the Loath were Washington; May 23-Strong effortsare properly with clothing and furnishings( to enjoy complete comfort, This_ store I

JlOfc Twelfth St.'Miami, Florida. unusually Urge, fat and powerful being;made to Induce Congress to Is amply prepared to supply every want In thlsXconnection-with the .essentials.and ,"
i t. make the iiecessary; appropriation for all the lesser "fixings" and at prices conslstem.with good ;quality For nstance
the purpose I of securing a site upon
GeoMRobbing 'Anything you want done sidewalks which a memorial monument In honor I \ t ,
sewerage /landscape gardening roads of Henry? Wadiworth Longfellow Is
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Tituwtn 1* bunt lands cleaned. See Fred Batter.MlsmL ,
to be ert te4. The matter has been -
_I Attorney' and, Counselor' r ., brought to! ,fhe attention of Congress Outing .
I At ,Law r 'r by the House Committee on Library, '1
... tasiball Tomorrow' which recommends the appropriation
j; :wmr uclllaaI1, >ut% SUM 1Mai
"- '. The .Miami and'Cubaa' teams!w01 of four thousand dollars for the prep an\d -'
F' meet on the Royal Palm ball grounds aration ot a suitable site. The mon Smart, stylish things in genuine homes uns, blue, black gray serges and;flannels .:
Hudson & tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. nment.forj-'uhlch the Longfellow Memorial superbly made ready to put.on and wear, and they $ .50, $650 $f.00, $10 '
Boggsi These teams hare met sereral times Association has already raised a wlll..r. : J
i this season and are so well matched considerable tam Is to be erected IB
Attorney at Law that the last game was a tie. The this city;and the government will be
Towaley Building-, Miami, FlaridiD game tomorrow promises to be more asked to,;glre a suitable site somewhere Negligee ShirtA t. ]
r Interesting than the previous contests on; the public grounds,' other
: on account of both teams baring been than the,kronnds of the Csnltol or the

f i .!. sut e. 1L D, materially strengthened.. Library, of Congress and choice : In aU the fabrics.
!C- 1 '. -- particular extensive assortment new upj!to$2.00 ;
otat.at WONM raa auibAdtatt A'House AfloatA EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOURTANT Fx
1.I ItrNt house afloat and probably one of
tawrlM 0 the largest crafts of Its kind In the :'I+ANY BUSINESS Underwear, Hosier; r, NeckwearHea, < ware
?lJ ifTAlfT, FLOBtDA.fr. world was towed down to the keys !lilT REFLRENCttl
resterday afternoon by, the steamer t-FRED.:l E. RANKIN All sold at tempting prices for best grade goods !
) ..-James M.. Jackson JrOffk Peerless. The house Is nothing more ; BOX S7 ,JACKSONVILLE.. I \
; ,, ", Your honest, dollar will always find an honest' ',bargain here .. ...J
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fg rrissea Bnildiif *>" *'*j i j.:I I I

Bows wat... t o2i-m.'t 1 k..;... "f/ ,,
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glrNrl.g W .W19Wq I.uU a.- Besides this patent Gibson tie ire hare models of soft

OOOOAOTT- .OBOTX. I fber are here in all shapes and leathers at$2.50. and. $3.00 r I I-
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rate a..tI n an mil arisece..terr._till .( rala,.of'a IWtcfc.>*..Loo.y'fie .j l Loans and discounts.....I' .........................$422,07060 r.
KM OdUt OuU.UMI 1M plMlu4

a..n.e wtottr,aeY1.pNeu.r,eel 0cMa aoetMri aaw.r.Defray. rtetYatieos .... Overdrafts, secured....... ...............................: 18,747i78

.Florida Atlantic CO: .'st Line U. S. Bonds and premiuin............-.................. 71,000..00I ,:

A:'W. Graham,, ,,THROUGH SCHEDULE' Other stocks and Bonds..I I................................. 41OOd.OOBanking ,

Contractor and Builder Florida, Georgia Alabama, Virginia: North Carolinaand House... .........1.................:.............. 50OOQ.00Due

'j';: Satisfaction South CarolinaThe from banks and U. So Treasurer...... ......... 74,657,92;;: '
Gttarasteed.y of Tfevel between '
tel Lis Ittr M you wort a" Nre yM.ee. great Highway Cash in vault.............. .......................... .,. 47.75q'.83>
s,.,L: LtaN_ mala'", aNd ,.rnl,; a.e I ;
t .ru aU."Ne y- F.O.ko>did.sst..t.rta. Florida. and the,; East and wist. North, and Sooth f $725,235.13: :

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i! .Expert Typewriter Serriee, Elegant Pullman Equipment, Magnificent Dining Ca Liabilities '

[ Repairing' Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER ,

<,. c. PRESTON;: Celebrated }\ FLORIDA.MONTGOMERY AND i jWEST INDIA LIMITED Capital..... ..............:.. .... .. ........,............. ...$100,000.00
Trains j
!1. 3049thSt.. P. O. Box 311 Surplus and undivided profits...... ................ ... 6,76rj.67 -
r 'EmU. A. Ehmann CO.VVEX1KXT METHOD OJ? TRAVELING : :National Bank Notes ....... ..............:....... -. 52,000.00
Atlantic Coast Line one thousand mile ticket Rood orer 15.000 miles of rail ,
road,embracing all portions of the South,on sale at aU principal agencie, a'i DEPOSITS .. . ...... ..... ...... ........ ......... .566.468,46'
t. Architect rate of$85 eacb. Limited to one year from d tef/ purchase. For full,com : ,
plete and reliable Information regarding rateii schedules, Pullman terrire.etn. I $$725,235.13 I
West'Palm Beach Floridaerritt Write !if I I J '
t Frank C. Borliton, Dlt{. Pa.Art.. WYD.; Stark,Traveling Paw.Agent' I
; +\ IBS W. Bay Street,Jacksonville, Fla. I .
& Kolb \\',J.Craig, Passenger'Traffic )Ja get, Wilmington, \.-CHas ',

r Real Estate, Rentals, etc. in_ The Fort Dallas NatioraKBar} k offers to all customers: old and new: -e\'ery '

..-, Estates Managed' Stood The Test 25 Years favor consistent with sound bank ng ideas, and every accomodation in keeping
,Are. C, near 12th 5t. Miami. Flu II r with their balances and financial nding I
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--. -.- -, lillinery Department
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Repairing Hotel Walks BROSSIEK will collect your rents."
The;3rick walks about the Royal I bjts I '"
Palm grounds are receiving repair I Designers of the latest Summer style, 1
in silk dark
that will greatly Improve them both Meeting' PostponedOwing straw|and lightweight
'" it MIAMI.' FLORIDA' #'\ in appearance and service. to the city council meeting i materials.;
f : J '.1 '-' ,1 ,, tonight to canvass the returns of yesterdays v
s ,';; t"t ) ROUIER.. means rtEAL ESTATE. bond election the meeting of
I the Board of PubUc Wr-rks. which LadiesTailoring Department'
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'd! I scheduled 'or: this evening, has HI
: Street;: Labor, was : f
t ,Capital i : : $50.000Surplus City Ther. are now but six city convictsworking been postponed- until tint Monday I For street, carriage and evening> costumes/ t / i
night gwaists
the streets of Miami but
and Profits 13.500 they with on ten hired men are doing, I tailor gowns and coats 4
much good In Improving the thorough i Brawler wants to list ysvr propertyTen j '
232 Twelfth Street. Miami
.. fares of the city.
I' : Assets.rover :f : $500.000 I .' ];
thousand dollar stock of ladies'and
Wanted Clean cotton ran at thisore.
gents' furnishings to be sacrificed. r ,. _' ;
'. 1) '" tEo \ I Everything at half price. This sale'
\ : T*""Undergo Repair going on now. Do not mill it Geo.
M. BRELSFORD. President n j ;
; EDWIN A. WADDELL. VI :.-P.lcS.nt The 'jLols. an auxiliary .yacht ownedby I Mango, comer Avenue D and 4th St Special ;
y. W. H. SPITZER. Vice-President Commodore l H. C. Roome, was tow pf'ersJ
EDWARD C. ROMFH. Cashier. ed to ;.SoathaH" ship yard this .morning -i Will Buy Mall BoxesIt '
where. she will be given exten I I* reported that all of those, '
t, live repairs.BRO98IER. people residing in the territory couth: t
'. 4 J'f. and west a' Miami, who petitionedfor F
: mean Cat ln. Tii>enU the establtshemnt of a rural man
f' For the Week ending 26White
k. J t.-" delivery route, have to a man. agreedto i
Per centPaldonaavlnttbcoMDOU 'QUarterlY.andwersi ;... Rsllanfi Weather Bound purchase mall boxes Ip compliance
". Quire no notice of int.ntlorCto withdraw .1' f j with the postal rules that three-
Iii : part or all of your deposit C"... ;f'R' Tbetichooner; Reliance outbound quarters of the petitioner for a rural Boys' wash suits, worth ClCOat (\/> I lawn aprons,' worth

.. lassengers for Key West is being with detained merchandise here and by route must acquire boxes before sucha $ .... ... .. .... ...U35cBoys' at..r. .j: .. ."1. '.''' '''_19e
the threatening weather conditions.She service-win-be established Thereare wash suits i worth
I will not sail until there' has beena ,proposed about district 150 persons and residing they are in now the .25 at. ... ..98c Gingham.rprons. worth..; ...... .I9c.4Sc
. change for,the'better. rBroesl.r
n. .tr sv 'tr 4'1 .i 'preparing to order the boxes In one Boys' wash suits, worth
lff! f lot. and as soon as they have been 200at.|. : ......$1.50 Mnslia'at'.. gown-: ,..w rth65-. ..... !
want to Hat your propertyRepairing I received and''erected the post office .
Ladies shoes, worth
I Yi I department will establish the route. '1.75at.l .,. ... .....,_.$, ._25 Muslin. Gowns. wprthH! ;' .
I About Finished I The carrier will be under the direo- f L50 at.//. : .,.. pi.i u
The work:of repairing and rebuilding Uoa.,.ofitha :postmaster. ?, Ladies' r des. wOrt< : ,
( *,-* A.Carries the Interior of the J_.W. Watson I 2.50 at. ....:."..-.... =...$2.00' .' fast"black hoseworth
store, which damagedby 15c. .. ..., ....... lOc
hardware was BROSSIEK, mean REAL ESTATE.THE Ladies shoes, :; h
; worth
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J f .1, << flre.fe.weeka new ago stock la now Is abouttompliie"alid'the being. 3.00.at .. .. ... .. .... ..$20,' ChiJd D'da.t black hose! 12&-.Ji

rf .,J move4J.9.'Y'' OLD. OLD STORY; Men's snmmer suits, worth 2Oc at..r.| ,.....r H.:.l-
9D Vf I It 1/: ;-- I; t DIDN T KNOW IT WAS LOADED j worth 12.00 at............$10
Prowni .- '" Ladies'walking hu'rts'Men'
y i Dark
d' Canaled Popcorn."sp summer $2.50
j snits, worth3.50 atJ.........
m 1'1 Pittsburg May 23Catherine CJetter. $12
; i it worth 1400 at............ ."=.
aged four years was shot and
The 'ldarsa" Ad striking M killed today by her brother aged six I Men's drJ.. shoes, walking kkirt.i,, $ 50
Tbe. deal Is running a ad .. gWLadles'( ) 4.50 ...... J.
:h' : I notice years. The children were playing I worth Z50 at .... .. .. at.r
chmbs'more'hills this "eek.I The first was:a&companled :
goes'just as
as many passengers; with an old pistol whlcb-was thoughtnot
by a cut of a bugle boy of Men'a dress shoe CA Ladies' ,vkirta{ '
fast uses less l'uoiDe'a1Id! tire; is safer and more easily to be loaded walking I
controlled; 'jnst as luxurious and comfortable and costs the Queen's court the second being worth3,00ats.1.i.......$2.3U.1|| h.5Oat,-{|...; H50
: 1 less for repairs tbani many car that sell for double or tre- t' Today a picture:tbs.of largo,the.Queen.windows of her the thrOne.store Postmaster Robbed tI J B 'J1\ Ii t'f'': i.I'.t-
Send for the REO book that tells,why f
We Its price. :: i: display a model Queen In al1'"the
J I royal drapery and the long lined O. W. Fou1la poJtmuter'a :Btver- J isidqr Cohen & Co.
"I%: -., .... ,- ":-. -' robe.;The, figure Js artistically gotten. ton. la. nearly lost his"uf'and WU I
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np;arid la attracting the attention .tan robbed;of passers by. *' his letter which says of Jaundice that -"F-

I :: Miami Automobile, Corl3iirSlfeein ., ,_ I even .my finger nails turned yellow; 303 TWELFTH STREET MIAMI. .FLORID. .
.. --: '1: :, ,* zi dug taltg t, 7.t [9:for:scholars wbel1'mf 'doctor prescribed Electric ,t t 'I I
t; tie r Postotfiice Bitters which cured- me and nave
t only. &After 9. visitors allowed to 11.Twenfyare'cents ; 1 -
'' a couple to dance. kept me well for eleven years." Sure
I f- st curefor biliousness, .
school night neuralgia weak
Dancing open every '
I : ness' and an stomach liver,' Kidney 1-: (

: Will( Give. R.ceptlon' : and bladder derangements. A won I
!* : >* : z i. Southem derful tonic. At all drug stores. Me
I IF ITS BROKEN BRING IT TO US On next Tuesday afternoon .
Cross Chapter United Daughter t t \
If your carriage business wagon or of th !,Confederacy will give a reception JUST" RAD!
r !'Complimentary to Miss Bessie leMomliWonderful
other horse la brokenor Fuller*':? who! leaves shortly for Texasto : "
run down ban it, push it or castIt spy bd the summer. The recep'- \< I f1' -- .- ,.- '
to oa r-pl -and-watch 'uswork'wonders tlon.*I11. beheld aLthc. Fair $und- Healer
lug between the hours of 2 and 4 '
wltk It. We nave made a o'clock; and!'each member of the:chapter -!CURES!== .
life stndTi of .Tehlcle repairing tea has the privilege oC Inviting two
t Jtrork'' Quickly .eipertly ,and'.eeonoml-. guests; jThei; 'receptlod'promises! toe I Inflamation.Cuts, Bruises, Burns and if you jdon't j find what
caD,.. b, a delightful affair.. Chapped Skin Roughness, Blackleaas. -,
I .,
and Eczema.
ll Pimples Keeps .
J. A.'DANN23Elwsntli Loaf k il=! Pearl\! 110 handle REWARD Smith_ t I.k f I.,Wes'ft I Complexion soft smooth and fresh you want tell?us of' your re=' ;

son revolver; 32 cat I 11 inch 'barrel i Price 25c
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.<- Strut. :', ,-,., Miami.'Fla, !, : jJReturn to this office and receive', quirements and we can come :
L ftf reward. "' f | &t Sold ..,by .Biscayne. Drug Company] j fft* _/ *. i
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T i ? ---. ... _u-, pretty/near. .. supplying
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PIANO CLEARlANCB 1S'ttL f\, U t ft !1 '" s2 x 1,1: ) : : T .

= ..- ....Thrte lots on Aye D at $5()) each, halt calh
'J" ""rtfafeflb--*""'- --" ":..: y
Greatest bargains' coffered in Miami reliable pianos j, W. 153." Two Iota on Avenue D and South Watee street:
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Two-weeks only. eve I unimproved, price $.900 each or both for $1500.

I All pianos marked i in plain figures J= '
I .'15-1. Lot 75100 on Avenue for S20C9. $1000 ash
i' __ balanL in'one : .There is
.1 : year a little hons; on tl is place which

I Rosewood ,Upright . .j.,. . ._. $62.00 2firW Mahogany pianOS"f'! reg. $425.. sale $368 rl rlI I! pays No.: ''ISO 155.Ve per annum.can recommend Property 11'(11.this(' aa'a make good:, goad i ipvestmentr buaiaeapsite! _;:011"Jhis

> I Oak l Upright condition $165 l 11" M $465. sale $387 property there are six house in good ccnditjion the yearly
: i (; good . . rental amounts to ?7iO and the price is only M75t>, with$1200erm
f r "'- "' cash,t and balance in annual payments of 500.
1 Mahogany, fine condition reg. $365 at $295 l II" $475. sale $395
: Jo.l56* One good two story house facin f the bay and 3 ,

I" same as newreg. $425. sale $329 ii" j, "i" $365. sale $418 i valuable& lots for$3200, terms $700'cash' and balance to suit. 'T 4

:;" 1 new Mahogany. piano regular $475.. sale $360 Ode Oak Upright regular $145.00. sale $95.00 SISOOi No.$500 157. down A neat$20.00 house per and 'I de the city for

,', I.. $475. sale $382 One piano player .new. reg. $250 sale $195 I three No.! $3000.158. Three Will sell four separately room twq story We cottap can give'.. price very for liberal the *

I term on these. ask for them.

Most of these,pianos can be purchased as'low as $10 cash; $3.00 monthly. Many of them returned from I $o. 159A'new two story residence, aciD the bay just

; tourist rentals Some slightly marred in handling etc.. All first class goods in fine shape rutty oubi le the city on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2-00with termssomething1
of !. *) down. bat. $300 If !
per you want
guaranteed no dimatic' excuses. Call and Hear; the grand opera artists sing in and !ttractive this is the place to new


s or your old home favorites. These fa.chl may be bought for $S 00 !cash.$1.00: ..weekly L..:ige.t s-: ': :' : C. Brossier

sheet musls In South Flc-ida. lOc pef copy. Call and sews|| icck. over our'stock andgn.oy torre_ g cC::; music: : eI... -..,.. .....-."... .. .. 'I

l-t I. BUSH- AND-. Sf PIANOS JURIED' ; RDf-'jA T .. AND O'COe fl.t i;t; i Real I. Estate : Rental r. Agents,,1

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the Quality and : I Ills the qualltv algid :'

. t :Price that make; Everything : For The Hous ; "the. price that l rnakt

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. cur' goods .popular. 'cur feed? pgEulse ) r
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Furniture, Carpets;: Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensil f


/' '1' .' f : ?- of every ,description -

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Fra."k.. T. Budge r- I' 12th. Street;; :Miami;. 'A:] on.

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I -it jj ; ;; ,;! )lr.V.. A. White of the U. S. -- -
Most Offlo.'Phon.35::::-.) H.; MAKING l 'Phon.e8i Wireless station at 'Jupiter and Mr. POP"Is _. -
Any i( m E. A. Bowers, one of the leading ,
Embalmer business men of the same town.were 5 .
ker and
T'Undert .. visitors In Miami yesterday. They
n v q.cLJ l i .f' *. 'let Jupiter with the expectation of everyledlh, .... h .
I t;, ; f1 ri 0JlSOoivENliBJHi! | .:"; Iattending the barbecue and picnic at 51,94; drlnlri All ..... roxo i'j Ir As
:].-', .Ii jJ/ ) j i V u&I R; 'D!NCt 3[8>trf 8TREE1*tl k }, ', Y I I Fort Lauderdale but after boardingthe ",."* HI they Jut all tUb I
1 .l :'; 11-0' 4i ki k # train and learning that this attraction 'I .
(had been
poetponedt they .'
h i :IS-apt 10'"be one bh which was continued:Mr. White's their trip first to visit MiamL to the It "Cascjaag"erAle <'\''

have JJotes Magic City, and he was very much ] I II
j> you'will purchase ([ jjtrsotwl Mtm J J pleased with the general air of prosperity

,{ .. ---- '_ band and here.thrift which he saw on every Ging i I
(M n Mv -I They returned to W
rr Jupiter last nightWanted ,
Capt. A. R. Simmons, of Cocoaant a.Cnt your extract bill In half by i I .
Grove, Is a visitor In town today. I using Blue Ribboft Lemon' and Vanilla I i ,We wa'm1 sxcius 11M9tl1Il7- ; ,._,,, QOOD.CiaAJU i
Abaolutel)-pure and so highly Concentrated Clean cotton rags at this 1
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half office. I of -"vade't In this terrEery.Thin god customers.tor.ui and fair
WEDDINGGIFT' that the usual
Room,to.rent.To lady; moderate Ji required.only !Ife quantIty are a lot of alfttoro aloo prices Increase. the number -of tkoa. 9
rate.: Apply Metropolis office. but none to compare wttir '
'*.. I There are many people wno caa : ore........ ;.. ..stars yw fist''Ceeeede' I We bellevo- In' oeUlag.th..best etgan
Mrs. R. L. Jackson and Mrs. L. Mrs. R. B.Wilson and young daughter read human nature In the lines of the : .. sad lie. .ealetlgdlMall we can attack brleo.: U '1
Helen after?'a three weeks' -delightful hand. They tell to their own satisfaction '
Brooks are In from Little River today. you want a ten cent smoke It
visiting friends. visit ..ltj hi Mrs. J. N. Feaster what kind of a person carries orders given opoatal attention should be the Optimo dZd. whflo
at the Gantler. and other friends here the hand. There are others who can
) c $ hare returned to,;their home)' at 'TI- tell.a maa by the wry-he holds his ono, of-jthe: beat, .Y'/l.C tJba lathe
Found-Man's bicycle in front of tusvffle.J .. head. There are others who caa tell AcmcScitmgWorics: ; NorrnVMarOrietv* j ..
Smith's book store. Call.at Metropolis II .
= by the penmanship what kind of a :, t Tobacco of(j all u.et grads la
office. dance ''person he II, and in each there Is MIAMI, FLORIDA
case ,
The swell of the aeaaoa. Come .
Well be ready foryouvhenday kept herejnjust the rigmtjcbadlUon
much truth.
everybody. Friday evening, I to 10. Sixth Stroet; Wilt oTjtKo Joe PasWyOPaigatl
and smokers' materials good I I enough
the : Did
comes wlthjjhe/lght; Mli Herberta Perry and Miss Mil I yon ever atop to think that you ,
*t'< can tell a firm by Its for and 'eooqtooawittyourea1L .
drej Taylor went op to Fort land advertising any one. cheap. .. .
Miss Lucy Collier has returned from ,
cis at the RIGHTPRICESMAYNARD&SON Study the ads in this paper and you '4. .
erdale today on a short visit.BROMIM
DeLand. where she has been a studentat i win be surprised how true to life they [ J5-QUIT u (_ E .
'. ,. trr. Stetson University this !winter I are. This li a better test of our theory I
-f' ; + wtit collect row NIttI.:5.mi Miss Collier wlllte warmly welcomed KILLS
'.":> '\ 1. k ,;, : ,} fb \:= _: t! htt'f nooecfor the good old summer time the merchants than any thins and yon else.eat'judge Ton know now fj ,.MOSQUITOES., :I I L
Miss Ruby Wilson baa gone to- FtfoffauDonUu vacation with hefc former friends and far wrong we are. 16 Fo. III :u. '
If'er'f *!visit, with her associates here. There are the firms who have been la HAYES r

grandmother. s'-- business a long time and have a fair Appfeed'Tor .! '. 11J '" f .. **
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REAL ESTATE *TRS.| MCALLISTERBECK. business at a good profit They are I e Diu 1E 1 fJ }
+ JEWELERS and OPTICIAN Summer rates at the Uttthertori ,I satisfied to let things take their coarse I t:: 'TnetClgar.I in
V. : Boarding Hone 223. Nlatk street. lift '" I II Their ad tens that they caa be fouad tat MUS-QUlf-U ; ,CO.Jacksonville .
it to Postoieo. M11. PIer'd. )' .f"r'G
I i Mr. .H. Dale Miller will' leave this the same old place and their good
E. 'A-large party of club womn of Buena !evening via schooner, for Cape Sable are the same u usual so there Is no ,Flu */*. n OPOsii1.u;; E4 BISCAYN*
where he to use to change the reading, hence their
Vista came to Miami this morning : expects spend several
Mrs. L G. McAllbter-Beck< ..days looking after, business interests ad stands the urns afl the rear, and ;
to take a'\boat:fot:;: a days picnic at'Ue.beaeL' .
( To ParcntsiJSchooI'VilLSdori: bc/Out II!
IJ 'C' 'Jeltlr From Cape Sabl\Mr. Miller will go year. after Tear: ,,
.1 to Key West" fora abort sojourn.re.turning There are' other firms who make 1 ,'- "" I
........ i to Miami, to about ten ;xlays. sensational runs of prices below the me.
Real Estate I aROAlD
trap dtte.Iaren.
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V con price and when you read it yon .,. ''" .. J < -,-'to'
c; t'I 'The great ben it dance, Friday eve- look at once for the hook for you know I
Rentals' Insurance' I id e. Seymour. of Elulmmee, It'''in t1h1c." Ii} It la a bait because no man can sell Miami'i joi1s fY.atocii+.oLM sic,
the city and win visit her son, R. H ( _, goods below cost unless he make ftp ,
Seymour at his home on the south i some other way I t.
-Office Mtde. '''- _, _. _,. o Dr. Arm.tron'zthe.-of. aJeksonvlU-; wen known-who ha eyespecialist. .There Is the firm with the, oateh Will hold a special Summer term May 1st to Avswot;.1st, laPlaneKindergarten vsJ.f .-
HatdiettBldgre.No,2. sentence "Wo want
your money.
been making a I; rotelllional visit to : and PriM- Muato.' Calls wr f
.. 3201Z'' : :DB..;lleALUSTEBrBBCX, :: MUmL*leaves,tonight for!Key.WestInthe. the vay was It a fool was thing ran showed to advertise the firm sad ? tars and! ."!"' '. I!tine opportwilty. foe tko\yowit lolks.PNIU..
,; 12th St. ABOUT.REAL, ESTATE. '
interest.gf.his many patients was new in the advertising field. It Planed supplied ".... REGISTER EARLY'FRANKLIN

..)( ..Brovnrlg, and slsterr:If rs Hen- two there.days The on his Doctor Return: will trip stop, 29th off and for and was the'run'papers until did everybody sea tired COLEMAN .BUSH, thr. esh -' *. TvauIt WestT
not want to
demon:. wer.asnmmoaed. .L8Orlandd JOth print -
gj. It any longer. Then that firm '
f yesterday by thedeath of their broth-
erat tiat last r.".. change of front and advertised that
'pl'I11ejert night
.J:. _' Typewriting done at the Metropolis they would fin any order made to the I Icatalouguo
pucr= office at reasonable rate* house for S cents lea than M. J. YarborbUghContractor I
Wanted-Bicycle repairer good opportunity it could be delivered from Chicago. '
to learn automobile repair Duties Everybody said it could not bo done I ,
Resumed His
ing. State wages C. R. Zacharias, but the firm made good their promise and BuilderBuilder 7
City Clerk M. R Kellum. who withhis
ParJr.- J.' -
Asbtiry: : family, retorted Monday from and that 1s always the test of value of .
six weeks' at advertising.,. Their ada have been of
:!A special meeting of.tejRsT| P. stay Soldier Key. al the kind that of the Palm Beach loin!
fI U ryl t ir> ed his official duties this morning. ) It takes very little effort 11 t
U? -tcbool -
: and 8nndar' teachers of the Xellum for the mind of the observant Intelligent I ,
says thet. stay
Sanitary .tromL7.1o'7:30 Baptist Church p.will m.be at held, the to home night, of ofitbTJnoar4elt!: !*hUsl n44batJt.U<'one thecoast I they are reader np and to date buyer and to leading see that in House Moving a ,Specialt ;
I en
Hiss JMtrie Rush on.Jth street ( } ; their,line I
Miami Florida'

November.Two. furnished' ',. cottages'H.: Tatam, .r'for' A rent': ,Co.to creating mime C fBROSSIER tare In"..meets re-I "Wo want'your money,: ,J,I- e., \. ., _S. A .-. T

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uckets Mr!' F.W.Habn and :Mr..Z.-'T. Mer- tto1' >
rUt,'* candidates In the second primaryfor Returned'"r m"Chtttaheoehse :
clerk of the circuit court went up Deputy Sheriff?Gore returned this ._- _. ,. -----,-- ,
I, to Fort Lauderdale 'yesterday to attend -morning from Chattahoochee, where '!r" "
the big barbecue which was he went .'few'.II,.. ago;"carrying one -1' .
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scheduled to take place at New River Anthony Ozlanatkl: ) .'adjudged InsaneIn C> ptJ I i
'ot..cH506 Inlet on that daybutwhlch wasjwstpooed this city. Ozlanaskl Is the Pole,
'u tc to'a later date oivaccount. of who was arrested, a week or more by
tbe'In elm nt"weaThel'. -' Police Officer OTfeal. at the shooting Groeeny Sale
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-- gallery on Avenue D, 'where he was
GROVES. COTTAGES ETC. MRS. acting! in a strange and":disorderly
MCALLISTER-BECK. manger: JSJ ____ : i !
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.pt } fl :fTHl1.1 -'" "
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h WE ANq.6EL SELL EVERt'THINo-,cHEAPER. Meet: the Queen, May 28l29>d 30 fCREb rOOD"Thursd ....-


,.(. H. Chile'& Son I : 1 : ,

.% /w.? ...>. 'It o' --J h.JJ.. .
\ 1211 p MIamM1s v Thes1deai l

'and 11 Gaff Annett'al- l11'J.ft.O. D. .i. a y May yr 24thButter .'

G. M;, :VINCENT( I' C., B. Douglas ,

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Physician andYSurgeon'le
v at the great apeaal sale of Qceen y
35c. . .30cCalifornia
Diseases a Specialty nndermusline., Every garment j regular priqe
e.Neic no166. :'oats I'bo.e 3T C branded for quality. fr j Peaches, 30c. . 20c '- ..
Daintiest styles after

5ce:Residence room 4, 6,214 8. Hatchett 14th St. Bldff./ French models: new t I 4 lbs. Whole Grain Rice . 2Sc. -_ ",
ideas in trimmings: << f .

material all choicest t. (. 7 cakes Octagon Soap at . .25c ;
Finish most carefuL

Laundry Starch, r g. 1 10c. . ..O5c40c

Just Received, a NEW potatoes per peck. . ::

nice line of r-T.i = = : -' '4k: I Opelisk Flour in 2c, 50c. $1 pkgs.

Eaton and HurlbutStation ____ .
= if unable to call at our store telephone your

: -_- --_ order, we deliver goods at your door f -

Magnolia Grocery Co. .

I II I Phone 84. Corner Avenue D and 4th Street

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J. B. Hawkins. B. .I. Lasscur j., E.'",,Lummus, CONVENTION u CONVENES."' 'fl I;:: a
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The ,Miami i Grocery; Great Interest Centered in the Meet., WVMJBtifdineUnmatchable" 1 :, !

H ing Held st Harrisburg 1

Stapl' and fancy Groceries' {
SfHarrisburz. May 23-"Homer L.Cas- ( ,
FRUITSand VEGETABLESOur Ue.. of Pittsbnrg. for Governor" Is the 't"
battle cry of the delegates to the State '
stock of groceries is complete and we think we can supply Prohibition Convention which opens r
about everything required in the baking line. Our aim it to keep here today 'or a.two days' session. '
only the best class of groceries and our prices on them will be 1-The Prohibitionists of the' State
found to be rieht. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the have made unusually energetic efforts
city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always fresh. Give us a call this spring to work up enthusiasm for
their cause and so persistent has been '
'Street a Miami FloridaArmstrong's the agitation that the Interest of the I '
..' .telephone ;} 335 Twelfth Prohibitionists throughout the State '
|ras aroused with the result that every
__. Z ... ... _-' county In the State Is represent* BeWeek rgains :
4 .d by a full quorum of delegates. ItNeema
to be a foregone conclusion
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I- -:- .- :,-' 11 that Homer L. ,,Castle Is the most I'
available man to lead' the party at
; the next fall election and there Is '
[ MarketISTHCIPLACC scarcely any doubt that he will be '
I unanimously selected candidate off Begin ling Monday Jay
D }tho governorship on the Prohibition .
f ,I ticket of this state. He has opened ,
headquarters at one of the principal .- ",
t, Why pay enormous prices for fresh meats when yon hotels and Is receiving many sir
can bay choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS Incas from delegates. The principal I
speaker at the meeting today will be -. ,
Market. .
for .neb less at Armstrong's Meat \ '
John Q. Woolley of Illinois. He will
1 '* "" t speak this evening and tomorrow,.. LACES-KXJX) yards val and torchon laces wort
't. Phone,161. Corner Avenue D and 11th. StreetYoungs' ning after the conclusion of the con I .r : from 6 1-2 to 12 1-2: cents. Your choice

_, I ventlon, there will be another meeting at per yard. . .'. . . . . . ..5.)
t which will be'addressed by Mr f
.' ..; Homer L. Cattle W. H.' Berry, the A line of Sco ch figured lawns colors warC

4 .,, -- at'a; (' State Prohibitionists.Treasurer and other prominent ranted. Pert yard. .. .. . .. .. ::)(. : -
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.1 I It Is generally believed that the A line of Almeria batiste beautiful patterns ryr1r
I !., ; I I Democrats. Castle's can,nomination be Induced for to Governor IndorseMr. worth lOc, now. . .. .. .. .. . . / 2*. '
,- S Ladles neck and !
'r t gauz vests, taped sleeve sold
NO EUROPEAN CRUISE everywhere at 10 to 12 1-2 cents.Th1ssale C I

A Drug ,Store. ;for The PeopleThat's L FOR AMERICAN MIDDIES 4 for. !. .j. . . .. . . ..1GJ

tif our motto; 'and it has been the means of adding hUll I! Reasons Why Navy Department Has Ladles' gauge vests better grade worth .25

,.dreds of new customers, to our list. We seironlythe!I p Dt K Deferred the Same 15 cents, now 3for. .. . . ... .'. ..C "

.: est drugs. AIl'prescnptions.are' filled registered pharnucists I l. Calico and lawn, wrappers worth one ,dollar, j,

: .We also carry the finest sodas and ice.cream.,b the cit, : Washington." May 23- There was I and fifty now . .. .. . . .,95 ;
Doors i' considerable talk of sending the mid cents
North of t
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shipmen to Europe this during
i 'Itheir cruise,on the various ships ... A! large variety of remnants and soiled goods
W. E, YOW1ISt:Pre 5 signed to the duty of taking,them on on BARGAIN COUNTER at your own price! ,
l ... a summer trip. .
f.. Every now and then some one suggests Shirt Waists
l that a visit to European waters I '. f.1 f
f; Southern t Marble & '.S c.rirCo. will bo an education as well as a di ,,
\"h. Ii version In the training ,of the mlj We wish, to call your attention to a more beautiful
' '. ,,4Ia..HooAN'STREET..ACKSONVII..s., t P shipmen at'sea, but the Navy Department ,
'f' Headquarter for v ,?]It has never favored the Idea, and line of shirt Waists with short sleeves Just received. ....
does not now feel that advantage The are trfily exquisite. YOU WANT TO SEE
.:. :- :. ..._B uMflg-Stone,: MarWev;etc_ t would be derived from such any a trip al THEM BEFORE THEY ARE PICKED 'OVER: f
hough, of It enjoyable .
I course. would be ,
htlrMOSAIC NDjrlTifI I : O'RK' : enough for the men? to ,1 '
I l : ., j r Iii<: abroad. .The officers young would lAd go It White Silk Gloves -

..I'OJLn.ooRL..aATK'.ROO.MAN. ntta...rrcLoften jl more or less of a tax however, since
-' ./ew.ats;Gtni'' 'Ct..tCtl" .etc. I I st. the various ports touched by, the -. .__ The long delayed,>>much called, for long white all ,'
a A ;; hips there'woul.l be certain obllga gloves now received., They are in elbow and full'!
\ j.. Recta, f,.O-Whc.UtIM.. ... 'J _.....(' ',' ..$i.evlos_ Ions la the .way of entertainments. -
.e .s "" at. Lnr. 0 This would arm length.. Only a small stock and HARD gets j
:: mean great expensewhlch I .,,J r J. ,:
most of the officers view with,no ,
I i f! special pleasure. It.. held,.' also, ,I .1 ,

I r that:the .summer cruises should, be : .,.....-- --- -- .,J.,.. .-...
"&Einigt radical In all respects and shouldbe I I ;

;" a part of'the training. of the mid I ,
? 3_ hlpmea. "
.... ... .' It would have quite another aspect i
M"'Jf f a If the;midshipmen were taken on around tIt

,: y '. J: :*Machine ,ShopRiver. i j l ,of win the therefore.European, be. ports.confined, TheCruise to Oyster f(14b. PIHQJf

c- ;: i.",AcrossThee: .. I i home' waters. Sea Food Our .Specially.' i

e i It la an.I'OU8'to Neglect Cold Craters bj plate'quart or' oa.

;, Will' repair your engine on short',notice., I i How often do we hear It remarked: Meals t nerved at all hours 4101 th treet.,Miami Florid

: Expert s > Gas Engine, Men. We carry |\ "It's only a coldVand a few days later
lean that the man In on his back with :

dynamos', coils plugs batteries, wire f! occurrence pneumonia.that This a cold. of however such common flight Investigate .Before Investinj

switches .' I should not be disregarded. Chamber .
screws, ,t. -I 1 lain's Cough Remedy counteracts any Merritt & KolbRIAL. Wind PowerHaabeen
tendency of a coil to result In pneumonia 'I
'. ant has gamed its treat popularity heeD adopted by the best people Of the country as the
and extensive sale by Its prompt cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who hare
Lofton & Einig cures of this most common aliment "- 1 them they could bare steam, gas and hot air too if they...'.
: always cures and Is pleasant to take. ed it. I handle the best mill made and nu.ke a specialty ottbABr I
: *frf For druggists.sale by Biscayne Drug.Cokand all ETATIBAROAINB business and with ray pump mechanism that 1 hart just beerf1jrranted

a patent on. I will guarantee to ..
F value and fife of any wind null outfit. Any Infringements
4. E.. A. .I Robinson I HOLD REUNION MIAMI FLORIDAthe prosecuted. J

Macon Ga. May 23- The triennal H. PERRY; Cocoanut Grove Flo. '
'Contracting Electrician alumnae reunion, which forms one of 'P ,I
the most Interesting features of the

1019 Ave. 'D. Miami Florida I commencement Female College exercises, opened of here Wesleyan today ,

with several hundred alumnae In attendance. '
Contractors Owl
E3at*>rate arrangementshave AND
'" been made for the reunion and
,. .. the alumnae throughout the State
f. have combined their efforts to make ,
If don't want to
I you SAVE
l the triennal principal event address a at great the meetingthis success.The l I we can't help you. If you td o, come to

Real Estate evening will be delivered by Miss
BargainsWe : i E. L. Andrews, one of the Institu ,

I I tion's now residing most distinguished In Montgomery.graduates Besides, The T- A. McDonald C

her there win be many other prominent
'1$ I speakers. and buy Jour building material Loug Leaf
offer. ,few choice properties far the Mal 10 digs. i
ortunste Mlsseurlans Yellow Pine and all- kinds.ft
M foflowU Cypress {lor .

When I was a druggist at Uvonla. also sell Lime Brick ((4 kinds)'! Cement, Sash DC
10 mare lots In "../View" addition at $150,each, after which UI ItJ] Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now o! ,
price will be advanced to 9200. Graysvllle, Mo., "three of my customers Mouldings' and whatever else a builder requires ,,j

1 lot on 10th street. near Ave. C, s 'big bargain- at ..........flHO1 were by permanently Dr. King's New cured Discoveryand of consumption at lowest possible figure. *

lots on Fifth- street,'each................ .......... ......f4SO.)qJ: are well and strong today. One '. ou Know where we are' 14th treet. Miami Floric:
: was trying to sell his and
House and lot on: :Third street 6 rooms, fins pi.ceo easy terms I1SOQ',
-- move to Arizona, but after using New
r Elegant home on Sth street............ ..... ... ....'... .. f4OCO:!: Discovery a short time he found It
I unnecessary to do so. I regard Dr.
King's New Discovery as the most
.Riverside lots are selling rapidly but wo have a few.. choice on_' wonderful medicine In existence." Chase & CO Ch4so& HarleyFite
5, left at the following prices -: "- ".:"..-ry| Surest Cough and Cold cure and t
\ Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteedby -

.' Comer' lots on .Twelfth Street.' .....' 11250. : all druggists. 50c and $1. Trial SUCCESSORS TO I
bottle,free. !
", Inside lots on Twelfth .|10M I I CHASE & BARNEY Inc

\.Inside' ,I lots on other streets....... ...... ...... ..,.... .......$758' I ILATHELIC_EXHIBITION AND
Comer lots on ,other tr* U.. ......1foo0 ; London, Accident cud
May :23! The Internation VE6ETABLEPACKERS
n; al Phllatbellc Exhibition was opened
Remember that water, sewer, lights, paving and street railway win here today and stamp collectors: from Tornado
i all parts of the world, particularly
aJ all be down there ,.the "x' sixty dsys. from Great Brit Ian and the European Cash Dealers in

I continent, area isembled here in large tint, drop In and taD a lost si Crate !Insurance
numbers to visit the Interesting exhi!
II t I bition. One of the most Interesting our flee Hoe of Woolens. Donl forget

J. H. Tatllffl&C I I stamps exhibits,of Is H.the J.collection Crocker, of of San Hawaiian Francisco the p'sw. Material FIDELITY BONDSIAOESIX

COi which fs valued at more than JOHN SEWELL A BRO
I I $45,000.: It was sent from San Fran. Packing and Ware oasi,
cisco to London only a few days before Headquarters for smart TaOor if
I: the earthquake and thus firtu-: East End Hijni Rler D.[))ct.i" OLDE'T AGENCY IN MIAMI
nately escaped destruction.! 336 Twelfth street. Blscayat: Blot,
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: But TrueLongfellow VERY INTERES riNG "

toge ---i i '! Mosquito i Season Close


could ,take a worthless sheet of DON BEARS REPUTATION OF,

6500000.paper, write a poem on it and make it worth I, '-HIS ALWAYS INTERESTING TELLINO; THC LIFE TRUTH. '< at "apd f ;

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Hockafeller write a few words on the back' ,type.London.of criminals Mar 23,-perbaps Among one the of many the '/' .,:,. .... : ;.. .\,;; .. '.
.:of an,envelope,and make it worth $5,000,000 strangest" and most betttjj Interesting'_ ,'Is ,,. .{ ;: -"". .' ,:" ', ..... ;....: Frank Russell ". ; known been as .. ._ _,,.!; ;..d. .1:'!!:',., ,. .;. .: ..:: '. !\ _
whrflhas .
: CAPITAL Truthful Frank just ," "., ..''C ,.,-... "' ,
THATS : '. "
'sentenced at Clerkenwell Sessions to "t'. "'.:.:.. ,:';:.. .;.': ;; .. ,,: ; ,< .. :
'. "ean 'a rail. ";!" ,
serrltnre as W 1ft"
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} two ) penal : .. \ "', ...:t"" '! .s.-'I', ,.,' "'.jf-:L:' ,
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material worth $5 and way thief. The najne "Truthful "
A mechanic take
can the Now is the time i
Frank'was given Eassell.by to ma your preparations
lake it into watch springs worth $1000 police,',themselves because throughhis j
long career of crime, when once 4
THATS SKILL fairly caught he has always, a* a sort to spend a comfortable summerbyfencing
| of religion, strictly confined his statements
to the truth. Time after time .
I A merchant takes an article worth 75 ,cents the police have tested.; every detail : them out. We carry a full :
tlR' the truth 0: his "confessions" and
Viand[ sells it for $r Q"f'* found them borne out {n every partlc s, line of the f famous "Turnover Frame'v
.. ,, .' I ular..".$.IIT .. '111',il ;... II k ),
BUSINESSI Y ,::" These confessions, It must be understood "f'i \ -
rrHAT : were not voluntary, but I If.06 '.. -, : Lt't"
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was,asked any J questions relating;to -, i\/ : : ;
t A Ditcher wurks10 hours a day and handles the particular crime for which he bid .... "' J' ..... ,..,..' :

[several tons of earth'for $1.25 make been laid him by to jeopardize the heel; nothing the reputation would i

which he had gained,:-of never I
HATS LABOR. told a lie. The police; In :
haviD'I' '
fr ? his title;hold him as;6ne of '
curiom .of the manri' urlou.'
I A woman can purchase a hat for:9'8: ,cents but, documents whlch'hav ''passed '
t t their:hands. tj i* | \' / MS4UI-JOBRS I
(prefers one' that costs $21.<>2 M .x\ Frank Russell laM the real name tF
,j iht ''*Wt"M tt p His
of this extraordnarijcrlm1nAL i
HATS FOOLISHNESS/ real name Is that off a well-known :
.; South England familf| which. :s :held: 'wf.\

The writer can fill out a check for $90,000,000 In Frank the highest Russell e.teem--a has :always name hal which the .

but it wouldn't beworth a cent. ,. : good feeling and conIf eraUoa of never .

ttATSTOUGI1:: {, 'S'' I IM closing.assuming; Interwoven or actually wlth himself his early ills- H *" ) A |i <"\ tf"I m jjf .fVo

i :i 1" life t1isA,. unhappy Romance, (which. pAH'sizes in-stockrAlsornosqui l : nettings, screencloth ,
f. l d 1i > "
; > t; f y <. though common ,enottghJn everydaylife ( -
JSJm dealers claim'to:; sell qoods'cbeaper than;we : ,;would seem to account,much for

fiATS v v GALL.... ,a *. w p: iJt-: s: 4.: the clever wayward criminal.paths of 4lf this undoubtedly %-1 ** a Vfl-Ci! ;; V/iff: 4 1 \/ (it d4 I IV\JU I j

i He started life under the brightestand I

i Everybody who wants the best goods it the most an promising excellent education Auspices,and..nte'adIng received -

i lowest prices should buy at,our store. to become a medical specialist Atone .
'of the ho.pItal.ihe: became 'acquainted
CHATS SOUND JUDGEMENT with a beautiful girl ADd
II t formed,a ;attachment for, her. jM'terman
Our reputation has, been established moderation -, When dlscoverdthat; 'she had deceived : :
u Burdine &
him and that tier parents were
{ in price and fair dealings to all' by'-no means of thir,' character that {

__ she represented them" to possess, he .
disappeared from'The:City and was not "- .. -- po
heard of agalivunttl: more than a year
ItMwwheBvhewu' : first conrlct, of
THATS'fACTSMEM'"" hone' stealin[,, (Suite then he has I i .
continued his career$f crime confining VOhto .."
himself to horse stealIng I !
I and especially, .., : I 1 ,
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(South Royalton. Vt:? Bay 23- ,An Our Custofnersn .
Interesting ceremony ,will take place i kr
DRfGOOMSTOREIgyTtelltlstrelitifiaiiii. here this afternoon',Vhen the memorial t
monument 'erected here to commemorate t' ''!
the burning of Royalton by I \ .r .:
the British and Indiana In 1780 win be t.; \
unveiled. A highly;'}lnterestlng pre T
I l I ?!! cram for the exercises( has been ar and other Friends '"
ranged. The monument will be no- .
veiled by six little girls, all descend- ( ; ,/ I P; -.
ants'of families"wf o;.Suffered through -
I the destruction o.* Ro'.vslton. A number We take plMwrt la calling your attenUpn to the following stsbment 4
of prominent.speaker*,from out of 4b t Mowing condition! the Bank at close of DMIIMM May tth, ai reported to .
--.JA'J .: town:,trill fdeUTet addresses of a historical the 8UU Comptroller. .1 I" ,

--- -- .. --- ....... and >sirfotl<$characUrr The ... You will. note continued Increase In sVmoth and busln.... Our ds- s..
Retr wmistn Skinner', ftazen. of Beverly f IN" 'I posits .r. Many a quarter of a million dollart. bur eaah on hand and In '..... .e
Mass, will be atpong the principal ,;. bank Is over one hundred thousand dollars,lor.nearly 50 per cent of our
guests at the dedication ceremony. .- ,... -, deposits-, when the law require only 20 per .nL W. have a respectable f !t
Fort Dallasy .Company -- urpTus; norbmrpay 'br nets-|*.dlscountd.r 'Intact the statement.
Not Richxkefaller, would be considered an excellent one,and ont that we are proud'of., '
eWeratend ear thanks our.frlMda for th.lr liberal patronage and
-' .. U you .had all the weafth,o; Rocke- #.p edge.. ,ourselves to mult'thrtr confldoneo In th. future as In tile paIL
f.7C} *' v.,
j i Idler the Standard OU magnate, yon Respectfully, -
could not buy a better medicine for WM. M. BROWN, President

/Has ,00its Lists bowels complaints thin Chamberlain'sColic } 1.j :!, 1? R. R-lMcCORMICK, Vle -Prtsid.nL ,
; ; Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. JA8. H.. OILMAN Cashl.r.
The most eminent, physician can not :
prescribe better preparation for colic
.. kr! and diarrhoea, both;lor children and F ,,;--;:, '"
I. : adults.. The nniforsqi success of this Report of the Condition of the "
{some,Darticulaxly attractive dites'forboth' remedy: has shown U: to be luperiot "

,residence Wd4!! *business pearposes.tAi1 I to reduced Bothers.with. It water never land falls sweetened., and when 1a ; ; i BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE

Wr pleasant to take.'Every family should
: investment in :Miami real be supplied with It. (Sold by BiscayneDrug .'
As reported to State Comptrone May 9th 19O6 f
b all d
; Co. 'and glata. '
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': .tl'f: sureb 'f'quick J
C ei; 0 returns l
The Louisville J MJ. will sell round':trip tickets from Loans and Discounts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1145,910 65 >" -;
@ Jacksonville to points: shown on date* County Warrant. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3,1 1151 .' ",;
Indicated; proportionately low rates'ro United States Bond .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. T. .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 00 ';! ,' 'J
I JOHN B. REILLY, -.J. E. INGRAHAM .. mother points. Jj f City of Miami Bonds .o00 00 :')1.-' # .a
$30.45-Paris, Texas, and return. Real Estate Owned. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17.oa1.1
ent -Fort Dallas: Land iVjce-Presldent l Fort Dallas tickets sold Uiay ?rd. 4th ana 6th Furniture and Fixture .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3,115 SS .': It ,if' ;; :
k ; t-! 1 sxi.t with EnalUlmitllia1 l5th. ,: *__ Expense Account .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 3.2241'.y'" l- ,
Company, Miami Florida. Land Co., St. Augustine. $ .(o-Loulsv11le,&Ky.. and return. CASH RESOURCES -.;' .,;. '.

Tickets, sold June 19 h, llth and 13, In Empire Trust Co... .. .. .. '.. .. .. .. .. .: ...933,669 1
,, with final limit June 23rd. By payment In Florida Bank and Trust Co. .. .. .. .. .. ? ? 20,617 51 )
of fee of 50 tents, tickets can. In Atlantic National Bank. .. .. .. .. .. .. .25,983 23 .
be extended until Jttly 23rd. In Vault u .. u .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. .. ..' u .18345 09 ,
$16 5-Nashville. ,TeDIL. and re .

Dr.BurnhamThe turn. Tickets sold June 10th llth.12th Total Cash .. .. :. .. u .. .. .. .. u u .. .. .. u 1C13.Ot5.05
ISth 19th and JOih and July 6th.
6th. and 7th, with float limit 15 days 9277,76348
from date of sale; .By payment of LIABILITIES

: fee of 50 cents, andj:! depositing ticket Capital Stock.u u .. .. u u .. u u u J. .. .. u ,u 927.30000
Miami Surgeon and Specialist same can be extended by payment Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. u... 330000
of fee o: 50 cents, ana depositing with Earnings .. u u .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. u ..... u .. .. u. 4,14747
,"T special agent, nntllSeptember 30. Certificate of Depo.lt .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. 21,103 S3
$77.53!}-San Fran (co and Los An. .. .. .. .
sufferer, from Chronic Disease, Ulcers, Cashiers' Check .. .. .. .. ? .. .. 3,701.83
joa,are a any Tumors, Canf return.lckets sold June ,
geles and
Individual Deposit .. .. ? ? ? .. .. ..218, 1042
cera or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head, Throat 24tht to July 6th t3;;:Inclusive Final Total Deposit .. .. .. .. u u u u u u u u .. 242316.08 ,
n Lungs, Stomach or Bowels, D/spepsialndigestion, Rectal limit September lf h. Liberal stopover .
Diseases, Female DiseasesAll privileges. Paisengers can go 9277,763.85Blscayne
one route and return another. ,

r Latest Electrical Aids Heiseopalliic Medicines Inclusive flatly May round 15 tri SePtember$,Jj summer tourist 30th.i I,Jit-- H. Oilman, cashier of Bank of Ba; do solemnly! swear
tickets will be onrjsole to various that the above statement I I. correct .
dia large stock of Specially Jptepared remedies for Special work :recorts. Fun Information. schedules,j I JA8. H. OILMAN Cashier.
!time tables, etc., will be furnished on o Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9t i day of May 1906. ;

L Ladies Maid Always. in Attendance ,application to a EJJHCRRINQ.|| I Gee |. R. Gomph, Notary Public.E ,

Fla. Pass. Agent: L A N R. R.
0 V-r :rB..:!d;..or. Frow9a. to 4 Sen I
< : n. excepted .
"h- -'" p. 113 W. Bay '' fSJacksonvll!*, Fla. ,.... '-: '

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f. To make this sale interesting|o all who cannot get pleased at our bargain counters, we. wjll')alloj .. \
t.b. ,?i' p <'- s. k' f '''iv cent: discounton'e! ll our regular stock goods v 'fJit{ in id'r'' 1.JJ 1.

ir r ;nIt t\ willaY '--ou;to visit'this sale:as 'sbohaspossible$!} so you may havejyour} pick of the bargains. "'
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:..a 1)::. e .. !Ladks.}' Shoes; 4*" Boys I Shoes .. j -" : I
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;: .. pair ladies'slippers,' oxfords and. sandals"assorted. ,were-l 17 pair boys Kakai cloth oxfon j s were 1.50 ._| .: .17i5' 'iI!' ... ,- '
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;- t f' goods.which sold fo.pnces ravaging from.twodollars to ;; ..... G. J. r
J to 3.so.to go at> .-ti- .." .*" *.. ... .$1..00 '. .
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sole were 4 dollars, to close ate" f ; ?
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s a: It $1' i
J'" 18 pair ladies' white basket: cloth oxfords, were I; sole, were 2.So. to close at. .: ;'. .. .'% ..-.'% .:: tJ ,
: 25Ot to ClOSC..;* : .; .. *|jft .. .'. .. .. .. .. ..$1 I .50 ;' ..t'. ,'
4 _.:I. *" 27 pair boys black and tan vici 1 kid shoes wereChildren's ,
1-- ..... ........... ... ..... $I O,
i 17 pair ladies white buck oxfords, six and seven 3 5o.to close at I .. } .. !.;..._.. ? j'
'I, dollars, to close at .... H; .... .... .. .... '..$3 00 t
t :::- 'n ,
r 37 pair vici kid Diamond Queer Quality slippers COWere "L- -
... '-I-, .A. 3.5010 close at. .1 if. .... -.:.. ...n V**.oO .5. .h"O : a
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+ 44 pair tan oxfords,: were 3..oo3.55o and 5-00 CO KA
_.: to closest .. .., .:.:. .SI.. .:... ;.. .:. ... .r
1 r 45 pair child's patent I leather and Dongola I one strap sandals,
sizes 1 to five, were one dollar 'and ,one twenty-five. CATo \
close at .. .. j :. ....,.JVO
Men j Shoes : J :
l 1 sl 37 pair child's lace and shoes, were 125 to
1 I 150, sizes 1 to five, to close at.,.................................50c
: 77 pair: men's white canvas shoes and oxfords, 1 A A r
."" 62 celldren's and misses' white. Unen sandals,
were 2.50, 3.00 and 3.50, to close at v pair : 7JG'
t were $2 and 250, sizes 8 tot to close at.. .. ... .. ..
Q. 43 pair men's white canvas oxfords Elk sole I f t A I
: were 4.00, to close at.. .. .J|.*P4.* v :; 87 pair children's and misses' white canvas oxfords, 75G
v kid sandals,and button shoes, sizes'6' to 2, to close at. . .
.. a 37 pair H. S. and H. vici- and.Diamond CO CA
calf shoes, to close .. *PJ.JU 44 pair misses' patent leather sandals, were two
: r were 5.00. !It. dollars, to close at................ .....u.............. .....$1 20
28 pair Hanan & Sons 6.00 and 7.00 patentvici
kid oxfords and lace shoes, tr cloSe at. .. ... .$' '50 17 pair children's Dongola sandals, were 1.50 to '
33 pair tan Russian calf, oxfords"? and lace shoes made by close at...........* ... ..... ...... .. ....,......... ... ..$1 I 00'
Hanan and Son. were six dollars, 'to close them C J' C A 37 pair children's and misses tan goat sandals

out at .. .. ... .. ... .. .1.. .. .. .. .. . were 1.75 to close at.......... ...........................$1 I,.2-

Clothing Boqs Hats, Shirts and Suits

HATS--100 hats being closed out at half price
117 Suits of clothing I on ourjbargain Counter at 40 per
: SHIRTS---150 shirts at 50 cent, dIscount. .
cent discount. We have somfe special bargains for boys; .
small men and.large. Siz fl 32,33, 34, 40, 42 and 44. One hundred boys suit i on the bargain counterto
Give us a call, these prices will continue until this be closed out at zero prices .

;, lot of clothing is sold out. ff 200 pair boys' pants to be sold at 25 per ct.- iisc.r .

r Don't miss this grand sale. Money saved is money made. You can save

I : 55 money by doing business with us, right no .v. Remember t lis is strictly a cash

r sale. We need the1 money. Yours for businesso'P s't

Johq i Sewell &. Bro.

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SECOND SECTION. if MIAMI FLA. MAY 23. 1906 I I ... I ,' PACES, 9 tai d10 I

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BISCAYNE Political Great Reduction

DRUG, i Announcements /n Gnts I Summer Clothing. and I ,Shoes,

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COMPANY and ,,Ladies Starts GOING AT f COST
Aaammcemelltft ruder Ibis brtdiMffwill
IK m-rnrd ...lIl al.'lto. IB-no I :
crane l'nmari.l. the idly ear.q..ili -
.for flit.DO; Wwklr Mrirutmlm $S.I... rF Loan
.truu.U..rid bulb LK I tlueu hiIMil.T. a.".Arrklt.MrPositively I City Office., Opp, P' A .

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MedicineIn II

4r C Mi iami Transfer

medicine_ be carefulIn For County Clerk
To the Democrats of Dale County:
what you buy and I take this method of annouBduicmy
cantliiUcy for the unV-e til Uouuijr I
where you buy It. It Is Clerk, subject to the action 'of lli-I[ I Company.I

Democratic primary am will apvr II
not only Important that elate auy support that my ,rhuu lr 2l iL'ilt ,t..t, Phone Nn.I51..JUl' i A*.W enu ), Phone! 110 J
you get the best values emu give me. KespecUully. I I i'tfi6.r: lrl; "ndStabl-s llth :
Z. T. Merritt street, near Are.., h but also that you !

get goods that give you For County f.IerX I I I Horses, Carriages 'and 1
{ take ibis method ..f auuouni Hi.
satisfactory results; we myself an a u>oJI< have a reputation for; of Clerk or Court for lieu%>uui- I a
abject to the action of the Democrat Ir
for lire.by the hour.:day week or month. An mobile
furnishing satisfactoryand primary K. W.. Hahn mtor }
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I -;: : r.'talrs and supplies Aj-rnt: for toe FOK1)
famuaa ankH. -
Reliable I. I..
Goods. FOR CONSTABLE Biti< Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities
Tenth District I... ii<.ring| heavy frei rht. Omnibus meet every train.' Bag j-

I hereby announce myself aa a candidate 'LIGHTHOUSE 'ON FLO.IOA.REEF. gar IranMferred. ALL order receive PKOMOT Attention, .::
for the office of Constable In I' ,
Tenth District of Dade county: abject 1I.

'.. FINE 'CANDIES to the Democrmtle primary and -- .m..::. -___ .. _._. __ __ ____._ __ --' -I. :.... -.1:<7- -t:- -"i-l.:: -._.".
ask the support of an my frienda.Respectfully. f J ,. .
AND CIGARS.TeL ....... \r FOR PlRSTCLASS i j ,
W..J. Wilson. ,
-- HorseSh4eiiig ?

FOR CONSTABLE Washington Letter ; I DISEASED HOOFS SEE. J x,., .

3. Cor.: 12 St Ave. D Tenth Olatrlet L. Ii '
I hereby announce myself M a ..- i[ j .' LaFoiitisee_ : 708 _7th:.,St:
Jldate for the office of OOP stable te -- .
.. ,I the Tenth Justice District of DMe = From Our Regular CormpoadeatWMhlngton. -- .... .--. -- '

,. county, subject 19 the Democrat prt 10' I .
mary and ask the support of an .ayfrienda. ..May 23- Finally the so far In advance of the convention Dade Go. ;
Respectfully.Jota Senai; has finished with the Rat BilL and It la just possible If the Cannon' TitJeJ; Instancednd .j
You Will, Find It F. UeBerry- The t Ijllllaon amendment. which mayb boom Is launched at this time that 1 t
L Sttll tor Allison or may be BOa.e may wither with some other booms "
one eUe'l. has been incorporate.1. The already launched that probably never trust Company-
A Mountain of Gold fateful words, "In its Judgment." have will get Into the convention hall. 's 1
at I
: bcenJitrlcVen out and the Interstate OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED J :
could not bring as much happiness to commerce Commission Is left without One of the most Important conven ?
Mrs. Loci WJlke. of Caroline Wit*I sneci&c instructions to do somethingIt lions that has been held In Washington Paid U Capital $75.OOO. Sinus S12.000; j
as did one abe box of Bncklen's Aral will ,hare to do anyhow. No. the for a long time la now U session .
Johnson & I ca Salve when It completely cured bill his 1 not passed. There am itlll It Is the Joint meeting a* the Assocla suns land titles, prepares stractsol tIUca loans and :
Toils I a running sore on her leg which had some;peeches to be made by renUe- ton! of American Physicians and the injvesta money on ita own account' and for otbera. Acta a* e
tortured her 23 long years. Creates men?*bo want to get' Into the Con National Association:for the Study agent. attornej-in-fact trustee assignee executor re-.
antiseptic healer of piles, wounds and greMtonal' Record. But the Senate and Prevention of Tuberculosis It l..1'er. or enardian. Address'all'communlcatfona'toS. : i
sores 25c at all drug stores la a4 good as done with the bill. Now will be,recollected that this Associa L Sec 'L ".
and T '
fdttrsoo. faiarai.
cornea the question how far the House ton ,was the outgrowth of the com- rea. Oorto i
and Postmaster Robbed will 4gree to the amended bill, and slon appointed by the President to j "-- .---- -- .---- -------- I -- z
5: lOc thcre'l a prospect of a long and per- study the subject It hag lad the
Q. W. Fonts, postmaster at River- hap4stormy conference over the effect! of bringing some of the best
-, ton la. nearly.lost his life and was moa tjre. No one yet knows whetherit minds In the medical profrssslon to q J l '
robbed of all comfort according to I.' nsUtutlonal or not and the bill the study of consumption and baa remitted Business
r his letter, which says of Jaundice that atUit beet,will vest 'the rate.making In the first organized fight that Directory :
t Yariety :Store even my finger nails turned yellow, power,In the courts rather than In the has ever been made against the great ThaOMiami M .
when my doctor prescribed Electric Interstate Commerce Commission white plague. It was pointed out bone ,
f.' Bitters;' which cured BUT and hare Tbig.of course may not be A great of the speakers this week that the I '
kept me well for eleven years." Sure lore. ,The courts puamabtyare: as ravages of tuberculosis- the United Buy.r. and UIOM wtthhi the ettyj wtn'and In the" >'
t Net 1017 Avetwe O. II...... FU' core for biliousness, neuralgia, weak* honElt as the Interstate Commerce Slates In a single year wipe out more list below the addreMM of Miami"rohante under -
.I U rs .. L I, new and all stomach liver Kidney ComtblS lon:but the mere Idea of a people and cause a greater amount of! I clain: d hMde forjreadjr referenoa..
and',bladd.... derangement A 'wonderful brow),:court review seems to be a nsc- Ions! and suffering, save perhaps the
1 ,t tonic. 'At an-drug'stores. Me.G.M. 1l'SI'.-ort government circumlocution' actual money loss, than the Galveston i. L. BftAOY A CO. s. L ,
C'a '
'It vesting the rate making, I power flood the San Francisco earthquakeand 5- : ; \
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f Miami Meat with.iheconrts"where it had as well I the Baltimore and Chicago flrea rra.Y rralta sad I Vegetables Dealer Its nr4pa ruaM ..... ;act .
DYKES be pit! in the first place if the courts combined.Dr. I b Stress,. Cor. Ave a Mtenti. fta.Faact .*.*.,"Tott*'JArdele 'fXatkawnito7'Awm
I ., are to have the ultimate settling of It Billings in addressing the con -
C ,-a: t. -> '
: Market= 334.Tenth Street Only the.embers of the Balley-TIlI- vention, said frankly that the medical Oroosra Say, Grain iq.iBi..yMR& ;!

c.-",-,> ..a e a Au kiide, Blacks.*.** MdWart. R heir malixhandlerWblte.?;!;, Senator"Daile House, said flied Us my remain profession,that there had was come BO to specific the conclusion drag -Mapes''Pertnlter I a. at. C. BECK j....

ifr... A. feaster,. Prop. .W..0... tU to Order and4he: correspondents of the.papers for the cure of tuberculosis. The X,E. LUMMUSl ,r 'J: I&aaI'Mttatst x! ..
be pitched Into, seemed to have no ob- medical profession had been twenty I 8altel. 'a4..a
: "ORSfS"OelNG"A'5ccWtw., t-ctlpn"+ to being denounced aa'"del five years In arriving at that conclusion llealt\r\ .' Oroeerle*.' Orate UI1.2Twrlttlattlsst..u. LIauIIoJ'l&' .

Miami West Palm.Beach .- eraw. and malicious liars. So the acIve -I and the average layman was now I ar ant rwtfflsm.Ot .
in that 25 behind medical d"WILAON'a. 'HUOOUCSTONX --
eruption --clIJ'PetIon Is over.If'li : years the profession "
We are Now Ready to burnish (=;had been a northern senator BOde and still clung to the Idea that UUa I Street.. aCaaO. I'Ia.oIl'BM1' isy'hwrain'Lc ,
Hblnc Southern correspondent, there was some specific .against the ....1 .i5. J
Floridaand Tribune' 'Snellt there",;; might have been a'sequel, but disease. Dr. Billing said, and the THE I IZI 1-1 TAU ItrM& Mlattit ti
as the case stand, probably nothing convention: agreed with him that the MAGNOLIA ..
p f '* j t N morif will be beard of It. only hope for the work lay In a broadcast DeaUm hi Oroe rMe. Bay Mol J.' CAMFMLL,
i W estern. andmakes :other"{ $ a. campaign of education among ,. Orats. Dealer's'Dr; .Oooda.tag. fAtfJM
it -- One o" the local papers has;come the people. The maaes must be shownthe rwt'ni -.....'
outthls, week with what Is alleged tote real facts, namely that tuberculosis A.; Dint 4tk BL Maaaol. FU. Ill Aveaee o-j I M1sab Intl
MeatsMail of Bicycles. aa anthlritive launching of the waa neither hereditary nor contagions _
t 'v .t'J r Cannon boom for the Presidency. It though It was communicable 'I -:-: ;;
claims that the Presidential bee has from aconsumptive to awell person If
orders 1 receive_prompt lit ai:last and that there Is being pre- themoat aonttary life was not led Wm. Curry's; Sons;
pnre4 by some, unnamed Reprnenta- ,and the greatest care taken agalaatpreaJlng
r adteatiortw: s tin:a speech whlci will be delivered '! the media of contagion, I
(r 1317-1319 Avenue U In the House'some time during the namely the sputum from the consumptive Key West.. Florida "L .1'
Phone 28- *;. Miami. Florida contfrg; week, naming "Uncle Joe" as patient. If this were done andIt HEADOUARTg9a15rOR. .
i *. M; .Aw, ./I'* I r tie r w the.'Jral thing In Presidential timber could: easily be done there was no ,.1 1 .n
cot '.' nd.'j; >uUlng the thing,10 .lJ'h thape; danger to be apprehended and theplagun Ship Chandlery., !i.1l! f1g .:
-. ;lr pas that:the old war horse of the Republl- could be stamped out. There J >
cnn -tcan':only eooly say "Yes."! This was a world of Interesting material Materials 0f All! KindsCoal .
III apiece of gossip that Is given for In the convention and the work of eJ-
"ffire' for Me The: bicycles and''othergoods "bt.t: It may be worth Thl're'l. no ncaUon and eradication: outlined were aid f Ice, St..llllllarlao"a.l1waia: M'ktS: o ..Pariea*
are the best stan- antbrnllc record of a man yet refusing FO sane and simple that It made one kin-1a
dard goods on the(marketS IlIe"nmlnatfon: for "the Presidency wish to help the cause along by showIng All ot repairing. Boiler and Steaa"'Klttinjr'tan''oe1'dolW" :ivl .
i: HtSj lt.t4: ,b. ..'bra'Itj was defloltely tenderedhim.SpJat.er ; just how much and how lltle there ..hartes1 notice, in the best pouible manner by u'pett'skilled .eh..f'..r.
Cannon says he has enough really was to be dreaded from the disease. -- .
i 1orYij.ri (; Hartford and 'other' Tires. -
an4.l'n !trouble running the House and If not : It may be said however, that J" 'i t, ._ : .
CoasTer Brakes. fitted Fo old larljrularlv after the nomlnatlo'l ButU i he National Association for the Study 1. : how. "INNOCUOUS"! a--i kla
) 1(,possible might"be Induced too and Prevention of Tuberculosis has a we nqnlre thlnca to be.In'01'
Phone 176 wheels. All.workgta'enteeiiBest ( olenee to hla.feelings If he?were lot of simple and Interesting readingmatter : des:.to be healthful., Sanitary.nea: ,
i : .ne'w wheels f for .rent loWtly I! arproached. There Ii'just prepared on the subject which Y. urea_apply.. to' the' boUdlac. of.ou
homes, offices, aid ,
,-- nebbing: against the suggestion; and It Is will to distribute and anyone who .. : store rooms. Water
C.H.BROWNELECTRICAL I 231 12th"Street.'uBfue Front at hat.is that it is a little early for the I. Interested in the matter can help .... w pipes' faucet.5 and taak ;''I. 'moden
:; _I w .. >t...l is i1 i.J. i1k..: tt: rent),mm to pe')launejldd. Pre ldeo. themselves and help the work by communicating e buildings specify] !t" ..
Uat,{candidates are not usually named with the Association.is ..,. sHYGIE PLUMBINO'la ,. O''
-- 'e? 'L an contracts.I ,Get.estimates Vtju
H i3"A AlIsse C"f-: '" Carro1Jr&C1ark -- : 0 before giving ft II fljnrcs when coa-
11 -F TRUNKS FOR SOLDIERS .1: r/: \ A trwtlnjOnf byglenfc"plambfps: !
-- .. stands'all required testa.and bay'o
: ,'l/' >1 Umatea;are bar > ,,'j>l'tf

: .'' CRUSat ..i*#
W. J. ;Brown M. r.R $ & co.
I ; 11. A....... 'a fA>
''. '. rl-.I:' ) .. Washington May !3- The War DC- likely to need on a long trip. It ,
; pnffJiietit Is-in the market for several Is very light being maJe of a patented -
f type* t*' trunks or boxes, one type of material of great strength, reinforced
which will nltlmately be adopted and by a metal frame A similar TTY BROTHERS
r ,a.r
F.ugr {if; O.D$0 of them will be purchased. trunk will be used by the veterinari : :
r : i Sanitary Thule trunks or boxes are Intended asp ans for earning: their material, and
r ;
dal..trnnks for enlisted men. EvrV another one of different shape but Machine
'oldier sailing,for the Philippines similar construction will ))40 used as a Shop
Plumber( aft* this will be equipped with one field desk. The lid drops down In ,
I these| trunks, and offlcors will be such a way as to furnish a writing Ag nts for the New Era Oas } DWDe. Gasolene
,. 1K'J1nltted to purchase: them at the table tile the pigeonholes of rar
contract:price. Ions sizes afford a means of storing an kerosene engine repairing .a PEfrALTY'General ,
ThU trunk Is of standard dlmen- papers. This desk trunk will be uoei
sinus to as to afford! easy and econom- by officers of the staff who hare "pap t Repair Work ,
1019 A_ D, rrMiemt "''' It will hold all a soldier er work" to do In the field. 508 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA

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being at the several election: district at the Tax1 Collector ....... L....... 'Tf.00
ANSWERED %re grown'ta' the open there' ao OFFICIAL (COUNIY() hours fixed by the general election County Treasurer ..4...... 71.00
t QUESTIONS, ? necessity protection from cold aad law: The following 1l1UIIed' persona County Commissioner ......' 10.00

there Is tabs" a saving ot about SMO are hereby apjolntej Inspectors and !]ember Board Public ustruc. 10.00
an acre which Is the cost of shedding clerks for the several election die Justice of the Peace .t.{ ..... (.00

further north. There are ten to twelve tricts: Countable' ........... .... 1.00
.formation of Interest to the Prospective Settler the Precinct No. Inspectors: N. H. County Finn and Game Wardea I."
thousand the and
: Parks, H. E. Stypniann and B. G.tali. Supervisor of Registration .. (." '.
", Concerning Miami audQthe Southern.Portion fruit bring! In the neighborhood of A meeting of the Dade County Democratic Clerk' : (,aed Schroeder Polling All candUUM are required to.ale a >1

from 50 cents a done for Bed Spanishto : Executive Committee was held .place &11'. store. written application'to have his name

of ,Dade County., .. ," 26 cent* a piece for Porto Laos at Miami, Fla.. on the 14th day of : Precinct No. Inspectors: Frank *appear upon the official ballot oa the

v 1 If The percentage of plant fruiting depend March. 1906 pursuant :o adjournment :Bow r... t>. hit nen aid B.-C. Miller blank. furnlnhej',by, the committee
..Jf The following call for a primary !Clerk: : James hiepburn. Polling place .ec-.w..1e: with the f. above set
upott:the care sad Judgment exercised Hi'huol boUMi.Precinct forth with, Ueo. P. Bull' of Ojns. Ha.

in'their culture, some grower* election was adopted towlt: No :3 Inspectors: Frank Swrelary &1&,1 .Treasure of the Conk

f Inquiries are directed to. iences of c:1 YilI .tIOD. as electric lights, having succeeded In securing fruit Notice Is hereby glvu seat there Sheen, Jixl A 'Dean and Ito Cot ty 1t'1II.M.'ral.c Commit ee. on or be-
80 many will be a Democratic Primary Election Cierk: T. J. Campbell. Pollngine fore the rcili day of April. A. D.1MC'
prospective .eWersw water works sewerage' telephone ays- from 90 pet cent. of the plant la their I> ,
Metropolis by held In the several elections districts
J. Ue lug place, uld house.Precinct TlViDutnitic' Cuui ty' Kxecativ ;
borne seekers concerning condition tem, ree' mall deUrery,three newip* pineries fjLauds of Dade county florid on No. Inspectors: : Jesse (eU"lIIhl,' shall moot un Moaday.May

-t' slating III this put ot the country pert, two national banks one State nuy be purchased from S6 or May, 15th 1906 and If necessary ou Doujburty J. .. U
.{: aid i burden of correspondence en- bank; etc., it baa mile ot beautiful f 10 an acri up depending on proximity June 12. 1906 for the nomination of Palmer. Cierk Cullen Pence. Polling. n At!la nil. publicly cue
Uitoj hu become so heavy; Ic.neta'Ill!aadY. white stone It li to road and shipping point Good all Democratic candidates State and place Porter's Packing Houao. ,a.. the CoUlltl declare whatean.ILlatea
thereby County to be voted for by tile Democratic NoMcRae. T. M.Haynuud .
Precinct Inspectors: are d by

a majority
practically terminus of the )'kJddaICaat suds dock road within 6 miles of
following oa \
In the ,
that we bare attempted electors at the general sec T. J. and I. B. \uie fur each county offlee and to a aa :
article to..u1lUlW'tle.aadi. nice Coast Railway, for though aa extension Miami mat be had for $10 aa acre and lion to be held November 6th, 106. Taylor. Clerk: H. B. Hodges. PolInnpectors > hu! CU,'.- 4 second | primary will ;

: Is most Important and to of tile road has recently been nouietlmet:3es* than that sum for land and to be appointed by the DemocratIc lug I.I l:.Cf, muse. have io be. held. ift 15 '

f., latlon as most frequently built penetrating the farming J 'a1a not immediately OB a road. The name Governor of the State between the Precinct acft'l : J. t. {(Sw.jA. Flier
uwer the questions date of holding such primary election .
I J. W. Plrte.Clerk
Hardy 1) and f rhalrman.
that furtyflve. mUe sooth,this Is merelya qua.lty of|land farther away from
thl means
' asked. It'to hoped by the holding of the
,: transportation and primary : J. M. ImsieaJ. Polling p+an ,\n.-t. Gvo. P. Bull;
a ample copy of the paper,of which feeder to the commerce of this city facilities caa. of course election. A. D. 1>08. KUUM .J.... Heeretary.

hundreds are sent out will. In most Here are,located the steamship dockiof be purchased: for lees The Iud la anpromlsln'jn The following officers are to be nominated Prvcibcl NuMarKbull. lUHptctors: W. W. 1

aerie the purpose Intended better the P. A O. Steamship Company. appearance to those aeciwtomed at said primary election: to Kd. T. blab atd Ker.jr Stomach Trorub .
eases, whose line to Key Westto the rich soils a wit: Bryan. Clerk R. A. letter: Specific la- are operated o deep Mr8. Sue Martin, anrr old and highly
thaa a personal 1 Representative In Congress, Second place: Slnuiaban's aloru. .
writing Havana and to Nassau Immeua oibcr Stalls, being rocky and saad $i'ccuresident of alsoala. Miss.. ::
obtained District.
furmaUoa may be Congressional I i I Precinct Noi Inspectors: J. l.WUffurd .
'w any of the real "state or other'firms wharves etc, are being projected, to) yet. results! caa be obtained from ti Z Justices of the Supreme Court. J.V.i. lvu and J. A. riarp. more was Rick than with six months stoma -n ChamberlainsStomach trouble for

those advertisement appear In tell keep pace with the rastly Increased far In ecjjsa ot the returns realisedfn 2 Railroad Commissioners. Clerk: J. H. Glls&on. Poling place and Liver Tablets cured: her ;i
maritime business that mast follow on ( the:tbor fertile sections of the 1 Member of the House of Representatives. oil'bool hou- caD'lo.leat i
the best.., to become" She says: "I anything I
patter; > i Paul i
Precinct ; lunpeciors
< :
conditions, Ute deepening of the harbor, work on country .fertiliser must be used, but : want and am the proudest woman In I
miliar with local progress .. I Clerk of Circuit Court for unex- Matthews Furaelt and J. I. Pet-
Industries sat current happenings, which la now actually progressing An the return* more than Justify the ,expondlture'involved plreJ term. ers. Clerk L.J. A. Daughtry. Polling the world to find sue!; a good medl- 4

;. while contemplating removing to ..thisectloa. appropriation of 300.000 has been secured 1 County Assessor of Taxes placo. .choul I lioiue. Co.dne.For.and all. druggists.'f BUeayne I Sample Drag free. 1
reading the Dally : from the government for harbor People if; energy and Industry'are 1 Tax Collector. Precinct Nu"ownlej. Inspectors: T. L. i
I Is through 1 County Treasurer H. Miller and 8. L. !
the former Improvements, and the Florida heartily welcomed and the country'sdevelopment VILLE ,
or the Weekly Metropolis .F -County Commissioners. ratterxoit Clerk: it. B. McLendon. aMNAS R. R. twill
Eat Coast Railroad la also pledged to Just begun
of which will be sent to any address being practically 3 Members of County Board of Pub- Polling plucu, fair building. :' '
at'the rat''of >>.00 a year |LZ8 for expend a like amount. Thus, 1600.000 there'|s room for ail to reap the lic Instruction.I Precinct Nil ll-Jnll tlCtora: B Jl sell round trip t ckets from all

months the Weekly a large la now being used for this purpose sat benefits which must ensue as Ute re- Supervisor of Registration. Potter. AHjrejv Hardee and Jackson points to Louisville and .return at
Uree moral that further such Capital find 1 Member of the Dad County Democratic Peacock.: Clerk; : J. W. Oallaway. ONE FARE '
:, being mailed for $1.50 It 1s a certainty appropriation au't uf development plus 15 c nta."ticket being 1 ;
t-psge paper- ._ a will be secured until 'the here mat''proCtabls Investment, ibilsLibor Executive Committee for Precincts Polling INlc '-Sboae'a old store. on sale June 10. 11 and.1%. limited ,
a year No. 14 and 7. respectively. Prvclnci No. Inspectors: 1 .T.
harbor Is In a condition commensurate is infilemand; and well paid People returning June IX| :With f privilege
of Peace 1 Constable W.l
THBcrrr or MIAMI 1 Justice the and Stephens. J. Dangherty. A. T. of extension of limit until July 23. by
f' with Its' Importance from a commit- of moderate mean who come here In such districts aa nave vacancies. Duval. Clerk: ThOll. MitchelL Polling ticket i f ""'I
depositing i aad paymentof
nine upon
prang ont of Ik cial geographical and strategical tad buy a/small tract of land make a place TweedeJl's HalL 50 cent Stop-over will be permitted 1

jeer BCDthe railroad" baring reached standpoint- a Importaace'bl recognised modest hotae. set ont fruit tree, and 1 Fish and Game "Warden. Precinct Na 13-IIlBpectora. Henry at Glascow Junction for' part- '.
Prior totals The rules governing said primary QoBiuian. Anderson and J. Car
iattBolatAprtlU.ro public men at the national capital, while waiting for these to come Into lei desiring to'visit ilammoth Cave t
election ,shall be the those tells H. A. Proctor. Polling
same as
: whose trade was prlkapslIJ ,;' Will
store, Wfl and aide trip tickets : be sold at :
and by all who will study the location bearing engagr In trucking are. always adopted by the Democratic Executive place : house I
Indiana and a few Louisville to all points la the mats _
wit* _the of,thl* port and Its relation to Insular without exception, successful. Committee at their meeting held la Precinct Inspectors.: WA.Scott. :
at ONE FARE plua.%$ cents for,.the
tattered. ta +Qles. ekbe'- precarioa and South American commerce, 'to And this 'fucce{ cost less effort,than Jacksonville on February 24, ISO, for ..R. BlBckwelJer and J, T. 3axR. .round trip such tickets being.on sale ,
lIyelPli.ol' by>> wrecking aaJ the governing,State Primaries, so far as on. Clerk: .J./ Horn. Polling place.Saxon's '
trade that
say nothing 'of the vast In' other ;parts of the country while* June 16-1!. Indications"are that several 1I
wafiewrs o I"__tie starch, were the same shall be applicable to the storePrecinct : !
must spring'Into existence jtpoa_the the climatic conditions render out-door N&-1S special train wlll be run for
clvUlaaUoa. County Primary. Those and only 'Inspectors: M. A. I
I*, only vJdeacB of Oa completion tot th* Panama/.canal work possible e every day la the year. those persons shall be permitted to become Marshall 8.. }(. Alsabrook and A.C. this fCca"o lull L particulars of

hit a,' mVaOaiat wai IneorporaUl A glance at the map will show the with thetbealth benefit of such an !. candidate before or vote at. or Frost Clerks; R. C. Stanley. Poll- !;sixteen which will page'booldet.'ZIYIJtg i be t ulIlater.\( full A ;

'am a city finishing perhaps Woulyista.a'aa mat'cuualobMnet the poeslblllUe open-air j life thrown la .At the same participate In the management said lag place school house.. I can be from particulars ,i
;iseorl la which:> tall primary electlon.who: declare their adherence The voting) shall be by ballot on 1 seemed
the future holds for the j Magic City lime are enjoying health .
peoewho. GEO. E. HE RINQ
... Intl enstese.wth: : to the principle and organisation tickets furnished by the State and
lt.dtpd city Three SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES: and moderate success U their present of the Democratic Party.natloo- County Executive Committees, and at Florida Passenger'Agent '(
'.Mt Brat having beta a ton I I abo.teaW better stay where they are. al. State and county who are by the the close: of seen elections, the Inspectors 118 W. Day Street. Jacksonville.. Fla.

baadred rc iatrd titan are required Miami. hM .on.ot:,the Deli juWleschools There should be weighty reason to Influence -: laws' of the State lawful elector ot and clerk shall proceed to canvass Nippie I .

aliae'any community to'be called in the State, embracing both !1 to make a move of such 1 the election: district la which they the vote; la accordance with the Sore I'I

eIt,.,less than that number constwtiag *- the common and high acbuol'counee. anyone after to vote who have paid their poll State law and shall at once forwardthe '
who made
held forthe aa.Iw"'l mportanc People have taxes legally due not lea than ten returns tjo. the Chairman of the curt may be affected by applying iJICbambPrlals'
a tow At a meeting The buildings are large ventilated allures elsewhere. *r* not like r .u days before said primary elecUoa,&ad County Executive Committee.The .'Solve")as' soon aa the .:i

pscpos'of.aorporatlasi. >three and there Is a competent corps very snccwsful.i' her. Intelligence and who shall when challenged by an elector assessments to be paid by the child In done nursing. Wipe It off

ana one-half 'months after the first 'of teacher*, A Catholic convent, Moo Industry are -as essential t* good tot pledge ia writing upon oath, before various ,candidates shall be a* follows with a soft cloth before allowing the i 4

cyafached IDa DJ. S44 total were ond 1t AOIIe'Sa the StW, lain' fall heel is In of th any Inspector to abide by and : | child to nurse* Haul trained nurses ',!
.... ', s_& growth d air operation, giving I.ntrsctlow to Loth tune, nay other part support the result of such primary.and Representative _............ 2S.OO use this-salve with he best resnlU.. i
..eatats.Jtgeapoit dob* |! support the nominees thereof. I Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 110.00 Price 25 cents per.bc4.: t gold by Bls-
arty period has beam sexes There.. also prI.1cIaooIa, U it Is Desired to engage la general. The polls shall be opened and closed Tax Assessor .............. 71." cayne Drug Co. and all druggist.

tM eight years d,tbs altj's- I'a musical conservatory, and art. school, arming[ in' the raising of wheat torn u __, I -, 7I

Mtry. .> so that-every i educational- ,need maybe or: oats. peachea... apple, grape or i I t ..
rOFDLATIOrl. JRIX' WppUeJj There iii.about thirty products I '
other of the temperate was, -
Miami basal laciest a resident pop flourishing school in the county. one must'fast: hi. lot some hundreds of f .

ktatioa of,between M0 and.7.000.In Every religious deaominatle I* rep; miles to the north, and accept the cold
the winter moata thin aopaiatjoa laiumentert resented, and the following hare part cI lands
that Is of the legacy

by the a/dltlss'a thousand I.handsome church buildings: ..Presbyterian where these thing can lie grown. In The' i

of visitors. mostly of the wealthiest Episcopalian.. Catauilc. U. .>e. Neither .U this a stock raising. country V 11:1's [ .aV
.. ,. the M. S. Church ,'and
.classes) who come to Church .8osti There ls'i..o fence law.* which 1* a :
Ideal cUaa&e U4 th cwt fishing U Baptist great boas to the seWer ot limited 4 I 1 i
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aM.world. .Te accommodate the** Ia'SOu4'AND PKOOOCT* mean, and there U very;UtU livestock I : .

.......there are aamerou hot*is In-ihe:; country 0. the other
'The principal Industry In this emotion

at boarding' homeee principal. among la the growing of fruits sal winter J hand If t'.M Is desired ,to engag la? the : :

watch U Ute stately Hotel Boyar Faint vegetables.for the Northern i: arkeU culture of citrus: fruits, pineapples, vartons crap00 j

and the pad low HaUjon pan both Tomatoea form the staple crop, tropical; or aeml-tropical trait,

....-,.i la else, graadeur nnd -ac- but there are large quantities of other the eroding ft vegetaele at th* *... I'' ...

...--*, fI-II'u-'fiP""fO'. ''... ... vegetable grown, seen as tomatoes. on of tbs JUI' when an" other part* 'AH the world's mirrored; ,THE ScRAP BOOK:-the new magazine ;

bt'M' popnlstlon la 'pl&llr.peP ,deans .:ele.', The of the country are la the grip of wla- .that .,
egg contains something of interest for every man, woman and child
.verraUtalatheUntoataralahlaftuceeta.of.isptseentaUTea., i extend from about tee, thls'iectlon offer decided advantages -
An madeatrable planting season .In America-the greatest land most remarkable magazine> ever
October f to JanniTy U and the LWk over any other portion of the
foreign element II aakaowa.iMtt United Slate.. published.: I 'I .
of the shipments are sent North from /
-* '- CUhtATM November-until.May sltbigb,'there l Do you enjoy the tu.g- f-wa4 for dollars? Read: I t .,

Writing.from.f enonal experience.afUr.YtolUaf "Our Trade .:
Triumphs for 1905.. '
being practically BO difference la the $ILL FOR DIVORCE t :
Callforala, and other section !
season i, seeds may lie planted or vegetable It'. In" 'The Scrap Boob I
where,.cMirMn .eoaJIUoat are I '
gathered any day la the year. In tha .Circuit Court of the Seventh .
oaatdered at their beat,we can aaheefrfltfagty Vegetable an:po usually! oa the Judicial Circuit' : of Florida In and forDa.l. Would you like to read :"Thi Companions' of Jehu," ._ ; J'.V. j

gar.Oat Xlaml has th* moataerteet prairie, Tands, which'rs free, from County.In Alexander Dumas' great Hale of love and adventure? -" rIt's
wiater'elImate la th* United Chancery.GeorgU .
Umber,and are composed of a kind otmarlj Taylor Complainant, In The Book '
shout Scrap
/tatOoU to ankaowa.* I } V 7 L ,
; rari, YL
*lfehUt of tro.t''b.lnS I*Tery tempered Fruits are grown on pin lands, Charles D. Taylor Defendant Would you like to know wh would. happen if you were born -
warmth summer
The To Char'es D. Defendant In I .
"' which' Taylor in March Read "A Horoscope of the Month
hoar then A* are allghtly higher than the { .
.7 the cooling '"-a he aboye and foregoing styled cause: t

'laatte. sad th* highest ,UmperaUr prairies, and la this section: very nck71 It appearing from the affidavit of It's In: The Scrap Book '

record by the gwremment thermometer This rock la a peculiar: coral formation Georg-a.?Taylor complainant In'the : .
dartag Phi summer.month* I* M.' containing a great deal'of plant food the above entitled cause that you area Do you thrill with the.weird. and'mysterious) ? Read {
non-resident of the State of Florida ,
HEALTH e- .as'evMeaced by the fact that la many aDd tha&yonr whereabouts residence "The Descent into die Maelstrom." '. .

Th ctqr nab among the Ant la placea/irange and other fruit tree are and poitofflce address are. to complainant It's In The Scrap Book ej

tie United'Bate.Ia' point of healUa. to be''' seen bearing thriftily though unknown. ;

., standing saUd plate Therfote, under and pursuant o I' Do solid fact? Read
There II satire freedom from malaria apparently on a i you want j
laws of the State of Florida. It Is hereby j"i
:- a4 there are ao "pteraOlag 'structure
root of
The** aUmeata which are common ton Lto appear to Ute bill filed

parts' of,the coaatrj *eem to be the tree are enabled to penetrate It gainst,you la the above cans on the :t It's In The Scrap Book ;

her robbed ta part,of their power, as and draw ample, sustenance. from, what first Monday la April the same be- Read
appear ti lug tb.k2d'day of the month and a Are. you fond of dogs? 4. :
hey leafy _appear ta a mild, form would be a very!'uapromlsing.source. rule Jay,thereof !. the year 1 06. Senator Vest's great "Eulogy on the Dog." I
'it .
This rock, by the .,.
end rarely.leper, the bad effect* which It U further ordered that this order .
Callow .ta the. wake of like ,diseaseslatwhecw. make*.a'beaaWal....'llarable 'bund >e'pubUhed la the Miami Metropolis .. It's In The Scrap Book 'fI

Scariei fever and dlphtheria log material, and the new court house a newspaper published In the City dMiaml. I ,' j
.Zlade 'County Florida once :, Would like a of liincoln's favorite
are makaowa,' wk.. typhoid and JaU..as well a* several residences each week for eight consecutive you copy poem f ei
in the dty. built'of thlastoaearemuch or Roosevelt's |
heard of. Ittaadeslr- ,
.srer to rarely "? weeks ij?
ebb lines. for those suffering from admired 117.aU'Ylaltod J It also It Is farther ordered that a copy of (1 It's In :The Scrap Book .

asthma catarrh aid makes the finest road material la the this order:; be posted at the Court i( '
Iptg; tromble. which world! ,'and DaJ*'"county'l.adi-all'others House door! la the County of Dade.. (. These are but seven of thousand good things that pack the 1
st.her atasaiee are prerslent 6tat'ia Done;and ordered pursuant to law 3 of TEX SCRAP BOOK the
In the andlbnidltloa j 1 1i
mileage pages
h.al/.r .'s i ,Many person atMath ... at Miami Florida. Dade County, this .:; _
t with these Km hare come her .of her hlghwaya'. 4 list day of January. A. D.. IKM.

and hays bees eared or greatly bat The fralu'cultivated are' 'chiefly A. By K. W.Dearborn M. Pope.Clerk.D. C. i L? I| The Four Corners of the Earth | !

atte*. Ot *..... Wa .* sot De caM grapetruitgorangeg,aa4."pIII.pplea, O. A Worley, : ;

to .my' .butaac*: People die her a* rnvas. mangoes, avocado pears and Solicitor for Complainant ; and thousands of scrap bojoks and libraries besides, have hen -

they do .t.j.hi* else No country limes are largely produced but being tJii'i' 11;: searched and ransacked to gather such a collection of good readingfor '
ha been dlscorereJ:where people indigenous to the country they.thrive ;j
yet ,Death from Appendicitisdecrea'In you as was never before bound between the covers oft magazine. l)
ve tmrnaa* from death and disease withlittle; or'no caltIY&tloaI: atru I
read read TEX SCRAP BOOK.
Whatever else yon you must
U th* sand tIlDe. It may be tnrthfanyaaU trees will regbiri'frotnhre:. } to five '
same ratio that the t
that the condition tending years after planting io'prodies fruit. use of; 1r. King's New Life Pms In- r. The Price is Ten Cents a Copy-and One Dollar by the Year j

1. geaeral,healthfamea are as.taTorhto .- Pineapples, which grow ton'a, plant errasei'J They Aye you from danger On all sews famfs or from the publisher .
a* ta-any section of th* country, somewhat resembling the cactus,' and and brtpir quick and painless release 11

,and tar more* M .Qaa.TBII' temps*' which are propagated by setting slips from constipation and the Us growing j FRANK A. nUNSEY 175 Fifth Ave. New

CTTTS TOTOXBi or suckers: ,:bear,fruit 1a'1I months out' of & Strength and vigor always : fork
011011' their DM. Guaranteed by all ]l
IDuII litle 111 L i an modern ooav- after planting b this 'sec Dos they draggllta. %5e. Try them. t


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