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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLUME: 3, NUMBER 155 II II 3&, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1906 f Z-.tUISl' PAG'ES;' .:

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AT THE VERY LAST MOMENTED !I H E' OHIO MINE TROUBLES 4 THE SCHOOL TAXELECTIONS '


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BROWN CONfESSED CRIME II I I :,


I U Though There is aft Undercurrent of i

I the Miami and Cocoanut
I I Agitation-Mexican Mine Trouble f .

I Was of a Decidedly Revolutionary Grove Districts By the

1)F) KILLING .MRS DORA SUGGS ON DECEMBER 181 I. Character. School Board

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Protested His Innocence Until on the Gallows When Con- '
Steubenvllle. 0., 5-The State
fession Was Made to Sheriff Frohock in the Words troops summoned une the mlnlns districts -I JULY 3. THE DAY 1SEN
as a result $>f Sunday night'sout

Them For Me" Immediately break. are now In camp at Bradley. I
4JYou Tell Hanged Matters are quiet on the surface I

and Died in 18 Minutes. but an ugly feeling prevail and a
ChJn-Pcti-
Afterwards threat has been made to barn the Inspectors and Clerks
I ? camp property. Citizens are protest- t
-- Ing that the troops Ore not needed and tion to Retain Professor/Hall and

their The recall miners Is areeestless:: today and I Increase His Salary DenJedI -
Too tell them I am guilty. vised him to make a confession If claiming now are on

iWUh these u leis last words uttered he was guilty. the ground they wql be evicted. Strikers Funds Not Sufficient.
"No sir, I am not guilty. Some- I
on earth and addressed to Sheriff from thirty-nil mines marchedto
Is and must
body guilty somebody
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Frohock Edward. alias Cady, rown. Bradley during jthe night and are
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suffer for It" was the substance of his
holding a monster] meeting there today
the negro convicted of the brutalcorder reply. He was then put back In the I
of Mrs. Dora Suggs near Co'coanut cell but a few minutes afterwards F. W. HAHN j At the meeting of the Board of Public
Grovel December 18th last was carried to the gallows. Q- Instruction Dade county IM _
went to his death on the gallows this Gallows Was EnclosedIt ALL IS NOW QAT morning It was decided that call for :.

morning, and eighteen ,minutes after had been the Intention of Sheriff Candidate for County Clerkit STEUBCNVILLCSjenbenvllle special tax school district! at Miami
the he Frohock not to conduct the hanging and Cocoanut Grove be Issued the
was pronounced
trap wu sprung !' t
dead. behind a board enclosure as the law .OJ-June- Quiet board being satisfied that the petitionsfor .
During the early hours of the morning I prescribes that hangings shall take reigns today In Plum Run and throng the same bore the correct number
previous to the hanging, eight negro place within the Jail yard enclosure. out the mines In this{ district The and per cent of signatures to make
preachers, who have been Brown's The Jail enclosure here is only an open first detachment of militia consistingof such elections legaL ;
spiritual adrisers, held services with Iron fence and In no manner obstructs ThJ Co'I three hundred men reached Dillonrllle July 3. 1>06. was the date selected

... b1m In the corridor of the jail th.OOIJIed public view from the outside, hut at 6 o'clock! this morning, and upon for holding; the election at each .
man praying'and singing with yielding to the better element of the ITo ] Democratic Voters of Dade marched Immediately to Bradley the place, and the following f Inspectors
he decided at last scene ,of yesterday's conflict Although clerks nameJ ,
them, and professing religion. His city the moment I IiI and were :
prayer was'long and -well delivered. to enclose the gallows with a board I wishlo: extend to von my sincere appreciation for most they met] several groups of Miami J.. I. Wilson. C.1| D. Leffler
for the fence. The fence .was erected this I[ your miners no demonstrations. were made. and T. L. Townley Inspectors: ; 8.
Judge He asked, Jury Almighty' court officials mercy and all morning and completed but a short l liberal supth in the primary election held May 15, in which I was a t L. Patterson clerk j

others connected, with his trial and time before the hanging took place.It candidate for nomination to. the office of!i Clerk of the Circuit Court. OUTBREAK WAS OFREVOLUTIONARY Cocoanut Grove = W., J. Shone

condition, and thanked Sheriff Fro- extended even with the top of the I For this support) I am profoundly grateful. NATURE Jackson Peacock and B. Si Potter. Inspectors -

bock and his deputies for their: kindness gallows and save for the cracks oo- ,I l ii;| A second: primary will, be held June 12,' and ia it I stand for nomination BIsbee, Arizona ne ; Frank Harrison.clerk.The { .
structed the general view successfully. 5-A telephone same laws governing all other
to him.Displayed'Great : : by a majority vote against one other candidate. I feel that I message received ere last night from I State and county elections will prevail

Coolness Outside the gallows big enclosure, !'am in every )fay qualified to fill the office; I seek and believe, you will Cananea states that the town I Is still In these elections,the}objects being
Brown, slept well during the night, under the controller" the Mexican milItary to make special school tax districts .
In the upper stories of the court house give me the sime consideration in the second primary that was accord.
ate a hearty breakfast and displayed and oa tops of freight cars on the authorities {j Mexican troops and and create special tax levies for
ed in the first.Appreciating',
remarkable coolness and nerve during track nearby a crowd of several hundred me rurales baylne red in sufficient Improving the schools of ach. {
the' trying time previous to' leaving persons, possessed of the curious !< fully your kindest feelings towards me, and thank forces to enable Col Kosterllzky to i I 1 A committee of citizens appeared

the cell ,for'the gallows. Chen: h. assembled and got a partial view of lIng$ you for that already demonstrated, I am; yours truly, fondle any outbr ak that may ccnr. before the board relative Ito securing
did he marched with a steady step the execution which be it Mid, to the I S, F. t:: HAHX That the outbreak of last Friday I I the retention of Professor. W. .
.A,and Ascended the steps to the trap.I credit of the authorities, was successful was of a revolutionary character has Hall as principal of the Miami Public "
!that,was_.to-Uench him Into eternity i In every detail. -- .- !\i' -- _. been proven by the discovery of circulars School and suggested that his salary
even more collected than he had beeu : 1 scattering jjamong the Mexican I be Increased from J $1.000 to
In the'fallHe" sang audibly' as be I' The! Crime. ]THE fOURtH OF JULY JEFFERSON DAVIS miners.. jj 't, ooo a year, the statement being
went I The crime for which Brown was executed male that the school had developedvery ,
On the gallows and after having his i was one of the most revoltingand i KILLED AND WOUNDED I rapidly under Us dl ectlonsthat
arms and legs securely bound with : cruel ever perpetrated. On the I PROGRAM POSTPONEDAnd BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED AT !,9.kTHDAY PARTY he Is an able Instructor and that the
light strong rope Sheriff Frobock gave: evening of December 18th 1905. Mrs. majority of the patrons desired his '
Brown'alast*chance'to confess'his I Dora, Suggs, a respected and hardworking New York. JUL ; :- A. a fcrthda! I retention

crime or make a statement He was white "woman residing i celebration early clay In South Brook Chairman BurJIne exp lied appreciation
told that'It would be as great'or greater with her husband and children near lyn one guest Ml ed another and subsequently of the ability of Mr. Hall and 'I

sin to die ,with a ,lIe on his lips Cocoanut Grove, was attacked on the :I Grand;!) Celebration Last i of Confederacy fatally hot the wife of the the manner In which be has conducted
Birthday Night By Daughters -
than it was to commit the crime with public road. near her home, 'as she re- f. man he murders L the school but stated mphatlcally

which hi was charged and for whichhe I turned from a business trip to Miami Decided Upon For July -Miami I and Confederate Veterans I that the finances of, the board, wereIncrease
;.must die'In a few minutes, and and her brains '
if be did kin Mrs Suggs then was rocks. Will Thei1Be Ten 'Years of Age-I -Delightful and Enjoyable PENT BACK HOME his salary at the, present time. He -
his last opportunity to say to.Tou 1 I Criminal, intentions were: evidently I also assured the commit ee that the 1
tell them for me," he murmured the cause of the assault on the defenseless Cheap Rates Announced. Program at Fair Building San Francisco June" 5- Nearly: ISO I position vacated by Mr. : tall win 1. '

j ".. woman, but if accomplishedIt : Chinese will be W; hjme at the expense competently filled and that It Is the !
i 1 Brown Confesses was after death, as the condition -- of the Chinese government Intention of the board to* retain the ,
"TeU them whatr asked Sheriff I of her body and clothing Indicated that i ; I, steamer today. The Chinese lost present corps of efficient teachers. ;
"Frohock,: "that you are guilty "Yes"I Mrs. Suggs had fought fiercely a hand I 1 I heavily In the fire and with no prospects The meeting waa attended only by ,
to band battle' with. her assailant to j I At the-meetl ig of the,Board of Tad I II The Southern Cross Chapter, of the of l '
came the answer but audibly.to those being permanently locatedsked Chairman Bnrdlne and J fro Parrlso.
standing nearest to the gallows I defeat his purposes < .I held. at the t Councll Chamber last. I United Daughters of the Confederacylast here, they have to be returned :Mr. Pennock having gone to Philadelphia .
r "Gentlemen. Caddy wishes me to The assault occurred late In the afternoon !night it wagrunanlmously: decided to I night gave a musical and llterar to their native ome. to attend the wedding of his -1

say. that""b '"guntyT; said Sheriff I about dusk.. Mrs., Suggs was '':postpone th.ft Fourth of July symposium at the Fair building, with SHOCK I eldest son. At 12 o'cloct4 an adjourn d
driving a one horse team. A short .
Frohock turning ,and addressing _the I eelebra'j FELTN ment was taken until 2 o'clock this j
distance west of the railroad track at tion and to combine the same the Confederate veterans as special
crowd of two hundred or more assembled SAN FRANCISCOSan afternoon, when the board will cow '
III'the enclosure around the Cocoanut Grove the assault began, the; grand celebration of the 10th anniversary I guests of honor, commemorating the chide the business betore ilL

galows.A hush erected the assailant pulling or causing her to of Miami as a city,on the 25th .I birthday of Jefferson Darin There I Francisco(June 5An earthquake ,
aanoance-I Jump from the team and run from 1; were several members present who I I I
_a. eD- sad Immediately I him. This was shown by some cans of the sameimonthThis have known the distinguished dead. shock, tel| here at 11'51: list WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
inOack cap was placed over his head, of milk spilled out of the wagon on resni|; was brought about by Besides the Daughters and the Veterans night caused great alarm but caused i 1
the,noose adjusted around his neck,I DO damage. Informal Vestei
I jj Gathering 4ay -Som ..
and a second or two afterwards the the ground, and farther In the woods the F. E. cfcRailway agreeing to givean present there were many of .;
the body of the unfortunate woman low rate for the latter their friend in attendance also White Interesting Pape Read, 1;
trap was sprung, Sheriff Frohock himself exceptionally SAN FRANCISCO NOW
was found In a horribly multilated condition -!' and red was th'e prevailing color
,doing the hanging. clothing torn and every Indication event the following. communication I scheme the large stage being prettily UNDER., CAMP SHELTERSSan : The Woman's Club of Miami met :

Trap Sprung at.10:01 O'clock pointing to a struggle to death from J. P. .eckwlth. passenger traf, arranged and decorated. Fnnclaco-+ yesterday at :3 p. m. at the Fair build- !
Brown fell at exactly 10.01 o'clock between' her and her assailant In fie managerjof the above road, to There were several omissions in June 5- The ceasn* Ing. The meeting was in Informal :
just onemlnnte"aRer the time allowed two different places some distance Mayor Se1l'ell Influencing the the well arranged program owing to taken In San Fra iclsco shows on June i one no program being pi epareJ. ,;
Johtkl
,by law, fort banging it.specifying apart the ground wu disturbed In a unavoidable causes All regretted 1. 13.888 persons'In' permanent: camJllt'1 It was decided that during the summer '
duties and order, of the celebration
between the hours of 10 o'clock In the: manner Indicating that a scuffle had change, In the absence of Mrs. C. D. Leffler, and I9.K33 In tetiporary camp. OnAe I months, the meeting will .be on +
morning and'Z' in the r afternoon' for i taken place. Bloody rocks, with planed: who was HI and unable to be pres same day rations were urnUbe.l: the order of the Informal social gathering -
sues executions. Eighteen minutes which the woman was killed were ttSt Augustine, June < ent. Mrs. E. T. Bjlngton read the 4U236 and frefl>ll meat tickets were I the club year beginning la
afterwards url at 10:19 o'clock, Dra. found by the posse organized to search "John Seweli Miami: paper which Mrs Leffler had prepared given to 9.t 5' persons! October.
Push Qramling and Jaudon. the physicians for: her. t I a "ReferrlnjUo committee's letter ad I on the "Last Tour of Jefferson I Papers revived from ,Minneapolis '
' present, pronounced life extinct Noclue, except foot prints were left dressed to Mr. Parrott relative to celebrating i Davis,** and which was enjoyed from COUNTY COMMISSIONERSMet session of the Federation oT oman's 1
and the body was cut down, and delivered -I upon which the authorities could:I tb$l 10th anniversary of the j I beginning to end. ,Mrs. Byington al- Tube which was held in,that city recently ;
" jjo undertaker H. M. King for work.: Posses scoured the roods! city of Miami on the 25th of July *ewin'put '[. so played "The Mocking Bird. and Today and [Receive Various Petitlons mere read by Mrs. E. T By-
interment In potters field.Jfa I The iitlzena of Cocoanut. Grove; .i In riter-on basis of two cents I closed the program with the Inauguration and Communications 'ngton. It was decided to btt14t

-:T, f ; l The-Meek .!BrokenThe ) .. solved themselves: Into'a vigilant committee : per ,mile.fo>;;. the round trip between piece "Dixie," which: varies from The Board of 4 I County Commlsxlcv -lub year with a study;)of England ,
langingjwas' it ell 1 conducted, patrolled the' thorough/arcs all points OB the line1' excepting: will 'the more,common rendition. era met : the CourtHouse ilternatlng the programs with the
the'neck being broken and but for it both ;day and night, and made every' make rate from, Jacksonville $ao per } Mrs. Joseph Davis rendered a me.!.. In rgpgularjmonthly) cession, and federation subjects report of
few convulsive shudders and slight unknown person give an account of capita for round trip. Will endeavor > ley i f national airs on the piano which devoted practically. all of the forenoon finances showed the 1 to be In avery
drawings of the-musclev the body. did himself. The community: was Incensed to get: otheifjlne In Florida and other were"exceptionally well executed and to the trannactlon of routine business prosperous! {' Tie It has
not' move exceptJn.the,jutarsl swing but ao traces of the fiend could be points'to put In rates'on same basis, Mrs W./Jl: Combs read an interestIng 9 'K'('n derided< hy the committee
". that It f would get from the drop.': found. ff Jj selling Jul': 24th and' 25th. good returning 1 I paper on the Daughters of the Attorney forte Brickell estate appeared :to reduce the price of to
29th. These are the Confederacy, while Mrs E. L. Eatoe he library to subscribe
_'Brown:; a' man weighing about 140 On the secondday after the mI J' Jure: before the board relative to rs under IT
same rates pind conditions granted for gate a splendid account and descrlp- tears to *! cents a yea or SO coots
of rock
pounds, was dressed, a newpair der Brown was arrested at small a pit that had been dug Illegallyupon
dark striped trousers and black shirt, I milling settlement below Cocoanut a the 6th celebration during" July, ItO i[ tlon of the "Homes of Jefferson Davis" the properly of the said eatate for six n f>nth I,
|,|. "J. P. Beckwith Miss Mamie the :Mrs R, C
without collar or tie. lie went to I Grove. The evidence against himat Simpson sang old A petition with a number of signer* MrOahey was elected
l The attendance at the meeting was song.'"The Suwanee River" ( chairman of the commit eo on for_
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of the
the gallows wearing an old pair of the time Delray prfclixft.: was
but presented
was light, It thestrongest
I was : much interest man!' 1 jl Ir, and Miss Canova iry
quite largej:and played a
shoes, unlaced., but these he shook that bad been found seeking: a renewal of the ferry erv-
so fat, fested, anniversary celebration I ano !'OloIrs: J. N, 'tfCCtlVfl-1 Ice At the next meeting !hr will: be
off as soon as getting on the and consisted; of the fact that he had which had I pen ab doned at thit
better than Fourth pealed the written -I general dlsru slorj of arlinmectarrnt
by
being a poem
Sheriff; Frohock wft Plattonn'l left his former place of place, but no dorlslon was reachedA
Sheriff employment of July m. All present pledged L. Eaton one of the members, and of I I!I after which rpfr .hmenta wiltIbe
gallows by Deputy number
the afternoon that Mrs,Sags* had been road petitions from
them 0 work zealously and which was first read at the recep'lon served
Charles Mann and excite marshal: Ita killed; that he was seen in the neigh ronSl' various portion! of the county wererreeive.l I I
make the anniversary a'| given by the Daughters to Miss Full.
]I l. but ( etion 11this i
,Flanagan. borhood of the and deferred nn.41
tragedy, that h*
I [o bring a big crowd here er last week This poem has been Death of Mrs. Burdine
ti afternoon when !It i Is
Throughout Brown's Incarceration roasted potatoes at a point not far probablethe
I of tke State. ( greatly admired and
from all appreciate '
and up to the time he ascended the!I from where the butchery too plac H! } puts( I tr business n the session will be The many friends of Irs Madison!
allows he protested his Innocence of These facts, with his conduct afterwards II I; finished All < if the commissioners Bur.llne will regret to learn of her
w.T' the terrible crime. A few minutes led the authorities to believe render a verdict charging Brown with :r was convicted was entirely circumstantial are present at he meetingMr 'ivdtn which crnrred a ly last night
'r before being taken from the Jail he him to be the right man though they the offense:for fear of arousing public but conclusive, so far as such | <1- at the family residence ,th street
. was called outside his cell, into the kept up a diligent search for a considerable vengeance, )|nd continued the case until I'evidence I can be. of gulf thonah there i I F, II R. d. recently appointed after an lllneM coveringvf; >ral weeks
< corridor by Sheriff Frohock. and In length of time afterwards[j circuit Itrart met In February and ,, are many In the county. disapproving! I 1'r.ited Sates omml".loner In this, .Mrs Burdine wm forrofrty Miss Kel
f the presence of two newspaper mea I j In the meantime a coroner's Jnrt remanded ti to the grand Jury.A I lof death on circumstantial evidence | 'ry I It bearing' hN first case this at'l t; Iv. of Fist Lauderdale md was weD
', four or five ,pther witnesses. and two I,: was at work. Witnesses by the d owen t- true jbl1J was returned. Brown who had believed the negro Innocent I' Tl'muon, that P a negro arrested by land favorably known both her and<
negro preachers told that he had but I j I were examined A chain of cir was tried gonvlctcd acd sentenced to and contended that he _shout! haveebeen [)<>putt'nl'l'.d tatl'fa's'131: Gore at that place Less than' a month
a few minutes to live and that If he cumstantlal evidence exceedingly, be hung. | ,Throughout the trial and given a greater opportunity to for smuggling! ;he baring In hla pas ago she suffered' a bereavement In
F had anything to say then was the I strong i was worked around the accused ever sincere! has protested his Innocence clear himself of the terrible crime laid session two re ms of Spanish cigar- the Lose of a brother, killed by a train.

;4:: time' to uy It. The preachers ad-j I!,I but the Jury did not care to, Tfi e evidence! upon which, he 'to him. !I I''ettes, I The funeral was held this afternoon.'r' I

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PAGE TWO THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. TUESDAY JUNE 6. 1906 TEN PAOESt.


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THE MIAMfMETROPoIfiS .. ,

Great success price* for -
t you
I In our shoe department. Read success pri I shoe deportment. Read
the prices carefully as some
DAILYiAND,; WEEKLY I I circular will; offer $7 Edwin Our Gr eatGreat!: will* carefully offer $7 as Edwin some
shoes
Clapp 99c. $3.30. Krip
shoes .
PUBLISHED EVERY AfTCRNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY ,I pendorf ladies. shoes,'''', etc .......,(ladies 99c.shoes$3.5,*1S Krip-<.etc

BY"THE I.

MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY :



B. B. TATUM. : Pre..' S. BOBO DEAN Sec.-Treas h Success Sale


,MEMBER, ASSOCIATED PRESS j I

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Entered at tie Postoffice Miami.Fla.., as second-class mater r
t 1 i,I Do you want to get a $7.50 Edwin Clapp sho}

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 1I for 90c? Five people will get them. It may b' t

One Yur. .... .. ....... .$5.00 One Month .. . ... .j$ .45 i 1 you. These are the only conditions. Read thi Successhas
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Six Month,.. .... .. -. 250 One Week. . .... ..I//r, .10 I circular carefully, note every price. You ma;'
.. ,100
Three 3lontns ,","..:"..' 1.25 Weekly per year. .1. find the mistaken price. Five circulars out o t '

OrriCE IN METROPOLIS BUILDING I i the lot will contain mistakes in prices abouClapp crowned our efforts of tbe.paSt: \

O,posite Court house I year. Our business has grrwn by A

432 Md 434 Twelfth Street Telephone 19 i '
; and bounds. The of
people

-r ) county have confidence in our''
,.. TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1906 j, j Showe
and in weat'we tell
A TERRIBLE LESSON TAUGHT TODAY.[f i 1 feel in this sale as if we aught to

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Let the terrible punishment meted out today in the execution ofBrown ,Mward \; 'live' circulars I" will [contain mistakes in prices.offer do something handsome to I;bur pat-

colored, be lesson to others of h'.a race and to all mankind that to I /
a, U not killed means Lath if ing $3.50 ladies Krippendorf shoes for a / g* rons. So it is with this view we
though she
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even
'. criminally assault a woman .1 f pair. . . . . . . . 3C |I
the assailant Is captured anJ his guilt esiablUhed.The I have given our Great Success Sale.
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, crime for which Brown expired was one of the most retoltln in the t
t. history of the civilized world. His victim was a harmless and deftnseles8 Five circulars will offer 2.50 Royal Palm f\

I woman. The Intent which led to the assault and probably a double![{'ragedy t Shirts for . . . . . .' 8 C
uncunirolIaVle, All these circulars will be in the lot
put
lust and
,; by murder Is only too evident. Thesame apparent ,
desire to sin against woman has carried many a brute to his it will Five circulars will offer 3.00 Youg Bros. and given out over the city. We don't .
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, carr many more, but no man could look upon the horrible' t tt hats for . . . . . . . 90clOc know who will get them, you maybe .<
. and endured by Brown without resolving that he would forever gravel e chas '
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I I. the lucky one. Read the prices very
Ity of woman sacred and never assail.To
Five circulars will offer 75 cent Railroad
' frequently carefully it will be
of the commonalty members of their so necessary that you
the negroes commend this overalls for. . . . : . . .
r i suffer the penalty paid by Brown for like offense, we observe every price in order to discoversuspenders
terrible lesson taught 'oJ y. It should teach them that our wcniEn must t r
.f i the mistakes. If you find one bring circular
not be assaulted outraged and murdered. The laws of God and man hart Five circulars will ffer 50 cent I. -

decreed against It, and retribution will surely follow where such offenses' are ; for .. . . .c. .0t1Oc. to our store and we will sell you

it charged and proven. If r : ""the article named at the price given. -
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b- Be God.fearing: law abiding and trespass not v here j'ou ire fcrblddeand : t tf

f no such a fate as that suffered by this negro will be yours. i

; Men's'Suits Men's fine Pants
I- 1: ARTHUR PUE GORMAN. 11
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I" Men' fine $15 and $16 suits-One
1F,F In.the death of Senator Arthur Pue Gorman, of Maryland, In Wachlngto reason for this less than cost price Men fine Paragon pants, sold every
yesterday, the country: loses one of Its greatest men and the South a foremost I is we'are badly broken f A A Ain where at 6.00 and 7,00. We have a big I 4 95

I champion. Senator Gorman was one of the greatest men In the Dem. sizes. If we happen stock and to close. Success price...... .. .

r: ocratle. party and as a leader enabled it to accomplish many things. l lJi' t must I to hafe your size.pricev: v ___, 4.00,4.50, and 5.00pants in our store -
i otherwise have failed. A few $12 and $13 suits black Pants that fibevery and wear and a guarantee 3 45

'HI* reputation was national, his character and effort admire,even by ji and fancy weaves,somewhatin: as the baCk of one sold. Price .. .. .... .
r hi* greatest and strongest opponents and the country loved him b all time and In all : In case we can/fit $8.90 Business men's 3.50 and 4.00 pants in
endeavored to be as nearly right as possible at efgencleL I you
t_ Senator Gorman was prominently mentioned as a Democratic Presidential Price E f..y.. .. .... .. blue serges, cruShes.w oil h mespun,, $2.85 .-.
flannels, .. .... ..
l'I' mInee In the last national campaign, and had he lived, would no doubt i i. A few suits in small sizes. Unlimited ''I r
f 'h..e figured conspicuously fat the next contest that i* to come. fll* death coats,worth up to t One line of odd pants in freakish sizes.

" I* a national loss, and a nation moans the sad departing I i 8.00 and 10.000, Close- .p 4.45 Some worth up three dollars and fifty $2.35

f. If bas been said that any man's place In business affairs and I relation :r ing price: : ..:. .. .. .... .. .. cents., Price,.... .... ........ .. ... I

< can be filled but It 1* doubtless if Maryland will be able to produce another -
man who can fill exactly the place vacated by Arthur'Pue Gorm h. May f t

fcit hi* memory live ever In the hall of fame and among the recollection I oft

t I the country greatest men. $5.00 per, pair for 2.50 and $3 (men's Edwin Clapp''Shoes


f CONTAMINATED MILK. men's Diamond workingshoes.box Edwin Capp t.M and 7.M shoe*for men
Brand' who want quality and It)' e. We hair
!'\/ Shoes calf vici .
c., about 4t pair mosey in narrow width

At this time of year and throughout the summer month, the muter AU are made on scientific prlndpala and Our kii't and good of IMS de*lgn4| la order to
and mistress and the household should take care that milk furnished them are'Brest.for wear u we are ] close theaeout we have put
3 35 ; 4 95
H more than, overstocked,price them on the bargain COUDler.. .
1* good, fresh and free from preservative .
I
; Milk may become contaminated with Infectious matter In various ways 3.M and 4." Walk-Over and I AH 19M styles In Edwin Oapp $&N and
It may receive It from the hand, person and clothing of milker and other Big line on our bargain coun- .Packard $1.90 7.M shoes being our new .5.35
to close .. ..
by whom It Is handledwhether they themselves are sick or. convalescent or tar 4. I latest design. Socces pr

_ acting in the capacity of nurse or attendant for other; It may acquire Itt t

from unclean vessels, rinsed in polluted water. Outbreak traces to milk / I j d

f.- generally Involve a considerable number of persons and appear 1'lth some
U, suddenness. / Krlppendorf Ladles Shoes Our Great Success has made this Childrens shoes sniff oxfords

, There 1*.an abundance of evidence that milk Is capable of transmitting Will. DOt last Ions at these i prices sale possible. No of stock or f
Such u Black: Cat and Boatonloa U'r
. .a number of the Infection diseases such as diphtheria icarleyever, 3.51 shoes for .......................2.tK back styles in these Ibts. We've y.
US and US shoe for..... ,,,,,,,,. .W
cholera Infantum Asiatic cholera too hand for I j.
simply
fever (and consumption and on] a
, typhoid possibly:, 3.H shoes for..... ..... ...........ap many 1.5 and I."shoe for..... .... ..145
' ) to mankind. The usual way that milk conveys the just mentioned ..Ka.... shoes f 01'.. .. ... ...........I.95. time and have just got to I.75.._..... 2.N shoe for.....'... ..... LiS
i;: 1* that it become contaminated by those who are handling j'j'if. It and are 1.H shoes for .......................1." put prices low to close them out Infant's 25c moccasin for ...... .. .15
suffering with an Infectious disease or convalescent, or acting n rie or attendant I .

for other j I To I
" Milk. Is frequently contaminated with typhoid germs by dalryi nen washIng

" vessels In polluted water. It would be a wise plan for dairymen to Trunks and We it If ar
are making you
'. wash all vessels with boiling water or water that had been previously boUed, very easy of halfway

.:. f and never rinse them In cold water at all, as It 1* seldom known 'positively Suit Cases. for you to buy shirts anything thinking in our line
: when,water 1* free from typhoid infection. In recent year a number of '
Asw* bMfnt ur slick ttktitfcbslaf A few of'the circulars will offer 2.50 buy now while the
extensive epidemic of typhoid fever In this country and elsew ere have out sale while la N.w Test Royal
been traced directly to the milk npply. City, they in mr HUH sheep sttkt Palm shirts for 80 c.Young for 90c etc
SUCCESS ruczs M. tflanC rOs.w.ts /
.
' In 1905 more physicians died from heart disease in the United States ,$1111 tovakiIttJI u4 colt asap.N
:
; and Canada than from any'other one cause. Can any doctor tell why this tmks art not cass..fUS g.. ......a.:
UM
1 trots tad suit casts..tutUt Gr y
;. 1* so. If It Is so, and the figure say it ? $ troaks tad suit CUll..SUS BatSuccess
_
: i $UI tnaks u< suit casts.U '. ,
I IHall $tM husks W suit cuts..|tl ,
" The Metropolis regret the resignation of Professor W. W. from

the prindpalshlp of the Miami Public School but does not blame'him Inbe tIa" "-55 Dayt a larU !
leut for embracing the opportunity to do better. That should the aim sheer,wera tM .....'2.45

of every man.though we feel that his position here will be Jut as honorably. J...B. SUtoot ta< Ilea 4.35 ,
LJ u<6M1a1t hits I1..
;, creditably and competently filled. S. Sale
II Ynf trts. CI1tIIn.W O QCLMiaflJI rr f
i tats..... 6.0J :.,,.. .
The Fourth of July celebration has been side-tracked, or postponed until Satvas: nasttcScsai
July 28, on which date it 1*.proposed to celebrate Miami's tetth anniversary. f en,were iScM: ..... ..60c _. I
This is well and good and all should pull together to make it a pUling IUel l UHn4 Ovtnlls worth Tic: 6Uc
at" .........
"""
"] cess yet there is no reason why we can not hare a little blowout July 4th, 6eattlne Corot loyal ralm and Maohat- AH Mijtjtic LM and LN AH LM an.US Shirts tataa is on. Cash and cash -
-
II SIISpI.d.n
'" as welL It is a day on,which we should all feel good and patriotic, and in worth e St.,..; .....40c shirts lamous for shirts ud a few Maa- whit,toured tfhctwte.their only goes at the
some manner show our appreciation of the real birth of oar great 1 .and glor fit tat hattaa and Royal Film Such u EcUpst, Ctartt I
Swuplllt slllloYI I clol11Uletoclon: out 195 IM shirts la lot 1 Ort sad Majestic) Our Qnr
ton country. l 'l3(,pints ml many lines not in il ..I.. . I Success sale ... i.faiU succeuprlc..._7UwL Above, Pricesi
1
Florida people have come to the wise condition tha'--In con acting disease .'

an ounce of prevention Is. worth more than: a pound of cure, and allover
'< the State a crusade against the.things which generate ckness has TheAnthonRomfhCo.i

been put In active operation. War to the .lea'Ji Is being waged|ion the mosquito
w In,,Tampa. Jacksonville and Pensacola. and nearly all thjf cities and j .
i" towns are cleaning thoroughly in acme places even the weeded Ion neglect I

Wt* being sprayed with oil to kill them. It is hoped that t I eSt precanIr. : 22S Twelfth Street
Miami
i
Florida
lions will result In the most healthful summer the State has ev4 enjoj ed.- t ,

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.'.' 'TEN PACES 11 THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY JUNE 5, 1906
.- PACE THKKI
I I. .
pie will credit me with being a kicker.I .
have madje a bad break here by referring
s 1 .. The Man the'Corner to lredit, but since It's done
on I might a* well say what came.Into While
i 1ge professions 1Pattwzros my mind mien It was penned and it other Ewe ealers talk Price
: Is that I should feel proud at getting
credit of setae kind because what little
I had once is now chasing butterflies
In th&bad debt column of more talk Quality and the Price ;

Lost strayed or stolen, my VolubleCitizen. than one Miami "send me the bin- .
time concern te! ,
!G z ta,4.ATTORNEYS You remember the last /
I S I 1-
I connected It was upon, my own re ;
LAW.
AT fail I am a strong believer In the mottoof
.Wpsosiostasfl.osrts......and? d. sponsibillty because my friend satisfaction! and I firmly affirm ,,
-.wIMU1U...._l lnra"4 ..,.... ed to meet me at the trysting place. there are wore people In Miami paddling -
t... THUc.oaoxsn.. I thought then he was on the shelf in my canoe with unpaid accounts \
'." M..... Fla. with Sam flits, but I have sot another as!fine propelling power than
can be found in any other berg In the J
again
think a coming as Sam Is. out
L E. SEYMOUR :H. r. ATHSSOK: State. Iii a satisfaction to know I
the repair having been succesful and am not alone, for the feeling of being
Seymour & Atkinson not a bit the worse for the wear alone, I Imagine, is next akin to a case
and underwent 1 I of dyspepsia. I have had the latter .
Attorneys see I. and recommended It highly to those A ManMayforgetwhathepaid
Counselors At Law. UALITYIS .
cheerful too just .1 fond of bbs or sour apples.
And Sam was ;
I .
cUl anaatioa titan to aid clrll Federal practice ia all coana chip as could be. "How are yon.SamT" M ,
I said "how are you?" I IFlne f The whfeels- of my steering gear art
Rooms 5,6,7 Frisacll Bldg-: Miami fine." he replied "never felt grinding out nothing but kicks andIf '
better or had less In my life but say I don';"glll" the Voluble Citizenbetween
-" Here he assumed a confidential Obw and the next time they:
G. ,A. Worley manner and said: While I have less rotate I will play Maud and let 'em I OUR for his clothes, bu he'll

In one way I have more In another fly. .
Attorney at Law and I feel proud of the fact that the Man On the Corner. never forget hove! they

a.., 3105 Twelfth St. Miami, Florida boys such a up flattering and down vote the In line the gave primary.me' 1"ostmastcr_Robbed looked how theyfitted;

I have figured it all out and deduct IAI1TY
and how
Geo. M. Robbins ing this way and that way I can not G. W. fonts, postmaster at River they jvore.
find where I received one single corporation ton, Ia., dearly lost his life and was
Tttusvllla.Fla. vote, no sir, not one. If th.it robbed of,' all comfort according to our faultless clothing
Attorney and CounselorAt ain't a record and a thing to ft el his leUerr hlch says of jaundice that;
Law proud of I would like you to tell me even myijBnger i: nails turned yellow; saves a man paying madetoOrderpric /
what Is, can you do It?" when myV doctor prescribed Electric
W1U practka la all Coana, State aa4 Fadara .
and the
C. j j jI Bitters; {/l which cored me and hare s, unpleasant f feeling
haj sure "butted" Into a proposition I kept me jrell for eleven years" Sure '
and being something of a cor- cure for ,biliousness, neuralgia, weakness of w earing the ordinary
Hudson & Boggs poratlonlst myself I decided "mum" and='aU stomach liver. Kidneyand convince
would be better than an articulation bladder derangements. A won Yesyou we will be ready to
Attorney at Law and I let Sam think as he had thought derful tonjc.. At all drag stores. Ma
though I couldn't help thinking he any day. Our $10 to 15.00
Townley Building, Miami, Florida had that communication "To whom)lit .- '
may concern" and Its contents that suits are up-to-date and well tailored -
he wrote a few days ago. on his mind!
pvT.. 8KA008. X. D, when he made the declaration about BISCAYNE i h every respect. See hem.

,Oman wttk KMOnainaimMjcoraarA not baring received a corporation'
.......lea atn.t rote. r
.
** C f DRUG ri
KZAXZ.Dr. rLOJW But my Voluble Citizen is still i
prominent by his absence, and although
I have rolled the matter around COMPANY .
-, James M. Jackson, Jr. considerably In my loft I failed to find t,
an exposure that will let In the light. i
Office CAner 12th SL and Aft..B My deductions usually miscarry hot !
the nearest I can come to locating
Opposite Halcyon Hal him Is way out In Allapattah Prairie, 1
4 and 7 where Bill and the hoot owl are doing I
Roars 3 to lo 8p.m.
penance for their deeds that miscarried R. W. Rhodes:
May 15, A. D. 1906. but-breaking Medicine
DR'!W. B, RUSH. the string for a short circuit-has anyone
seen Bill since the eventful disaster

Odes m-Iltlllvle','PhOIlI M. ? I have not, hut have teen I In medicine, be carefulIn r
Rssid.nes: ,108 9th St. soaring to know If the "Improvement"that I
Avenue D "all of a kind a love" What you buy and .
KUKI.FLA. dug np has remained permanent,]I or{ l Men's Outfitter .
whether Bill Is playing Rip Van winkle wheVe. you buy It. It is
11'
J. F. Mullett M. D. toboggan again.but It's what's too bal the If use he opining baj be, not< only important that I Iyotl t

Bill. what's the nse. |IIa | get the best values .
322
Twelfth Street
Miami Florida
a a i ;Fi : : : :
Office: Booms S and 4 .
".Friss ll Bnildlnf r ,} My.,Voluble Cltzlen gone, I know not .., but also that you I, t

,Boors 10 i. m. to 12 m.., ;,I to t p. a where, I am like the fellow,that'wai gej goods that give you
'.tmt. sent for but couldnt come-on an]uncomfortable < t. t, _
Residence ill, 10th .
.
thoroughfare for something satisfactory results;wehave t =- .
to tell you. M}' meirorapAum' for
FRED ;,RUTTER, a reputation
combination is out of whack ala ,.1n<1 .
If I continue shaking In the balance furnishing satisfactory f 1
General.Contractor. ball of my mental and physical stjmctnre aria ,
Grading. It won't be before Lon Gore Reliable Goods.
long

Wll Blasting Drilled. Sidewalk a will microbe lave .to to make the bughouse another trip pen.I l ijwith. I The Fort Dal as National Bank. .

Right here I have struck a think Its
a well known fact and ron-debatable i
-
W. C. MINE
,Maynard, Issue that Hlllsboro county cnrrie4 the [ CANDIES
bush for furnishing more annczable
CRAPUATgOPTlClAN 6774 :
persons to Chattahoochee than ,: any AND CIGARS. 1 II
With Maynard A Son. J.wl.rAram other county In the State, but,flf It i
*D Nut to Pout Oats comes to a matter of numerical
strength between Hllsborough \ and

GEO. L.ChIt, MCDONALD bgtleer pencil able Dade Citizen counties consumers against I In will Tampa stack those, that my warring', aJe:IlU- Te$3!\f. Cor. 12 St. Ave. D United States Depository. ::::: i i Depository ,Stat : of florida

county can give HHlsboro hop. step .
>
fcrayuf: ad 8 bdlTldi f Laid a p cult>
and jump, and then close her out in
COCOANUT. OBOVX.. : FLA. applying the most subjects' per, cap. G.
'Ita, and per capital to the colony;, that M. DYKES
ALTEll.C._Dr(!AKMO1210AVe'c' have turned up short in their knowledge .
W bureau hereof late: "The records fj 334 Tenth Street Report of condition on April 6th. 1906 as reported to l J Jthe

A.roJ11too"t. ; of Sheriff: Frohock: and,the[mile .
,-' age accumulation Mr. Gore .14,, pil- AH luads BtockMMtkaag and Repair I Comptroller ) the Currency"CondensedResources

tag up through his gallantry escorting Wort. Wcgocs Brill Order ?
to
: Miami,Fla bugs to the cure shopj! will 1\)1\ r .

bear. me out in my expostulation HORSESHOEING A SpecUtg.purkhart ,
.
.
i ... .
-r The Chapman se But we are;jot all bughouse (though -- (
F.W. CHAPMAN.Pro It would be uncharitable and a''jcrtme
aa_ HOC POT d.,.' BpwUl, UIe'w..k couched In malicious aforethought, .

6-** IT an_amnd ilw mtk tu of comfort Palm*of.a.koma.c1M Loot were I to choose my language 4nd utterances Loans and discounts . .. . . .. . .. .. ... ...$422,070 60
mat Eat Caaal amoar so carefully as to declare LOCK AND 'GUNSMITH ;
bid Good*add baiUac w tar,a.rt rardcat,g aad of Ocaaa SotI't baUiar.ers i"io there are none no, not one other fcere Overdrafts, secured. . .... . . .. ..'. ...... ...... 18,747.78
Repairing
Florida who could be placed In the balance ; Expert,
Del ray, and not found eligible to the|{stamp U. S. Bonds, and premium.. ... .. .. ......... ... ...... 71OOCtoO I
1113 VENUE c
MIAMI
of perfection In their
-A.W..Oraha1t1Coutractor'audBuilder. are many with a reel topgallantThere II there Other stocks and Bonds. ... . .. .. .. .. . ... 4ioodoo J'I

.,'{. :: ,- tucked; about.la. but I hope they none are still of the1 meanderIng ''would. J Banking House ...... ... .; . ,,:'.,.. .. . . 50,00j.OO( j 1) '

Satisfaction, be politicians wilt"misapply,this declaration r Due from banks and U. . .... 74,657.92 I '
for thai would be uncharitable
.Guaranteed. I
Let a.Iran oa roar work aad aara you ao.- tome. J Cash in vault. .. ... .. .... .. ............... ..:... ...... ...;. 47.75S.83, F l
: __ iaialtbad. 6aa4 poaul tmt I l
: ..11tL U cat yoa.P.a bos*T4. MlamUTS. t read' In the Metropolis a few $125:235.13'
:
afternoons ago. what some "d,tizcn" 'l
there are so many of them,wtio have I ,:
;: ExpertTypewriterRepairing, no other name In print-saif about rt '
; ,popping hay-turners and tb1r attachments A labilities 'c' : \\1
across the promenade pathsIn 1 tI ;
"
the .streets.. That fellow' ay bea '. 1 ., c.
'V. cr!?PRESTON; citizen but he Is also all to the mus I .Capital. .. .. . :\ . . . ..:........: ...... .$100,000.00 h I

t 304 9th St P..-O, Box:311 It tard..could. He have sent been the srt spike a little hoe I firmer, but. Surplus and undivided p of ts.... .. .... ......... .... .'' 6,766.67 I I

!';:: :EmilAEhmanrf! they.and If wake he don't up and tickle board the some police tf those until !I National Bank Notes. ... . . ...:.no. ..... . 52,000.00 J

'' --_. for fellows who take the street c :crossings DEPOSITS .. . . .. . . ..........,..... .566.468146!I ,I i1 a
Architef- open ports. I will do It myself and
.J when I do they will write-and tell I $725,235.13

':", ,West Palm!"Beach T Florida i papa. about It. I' .
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But- getting serious U lit not
.
\f Merrill: & Kolb about the most disgusting thing/ you .
know of to flee a set of m n-men .
-' Red Estate Rentals, etc. who should know better-obstruct the The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers :gold and
street crossings with teams ew-every
f. Estate Managed vehicles and make pedestrians and women other- favor consistent with sound ban ng ideas and every accomodation in keeping

Are. C. near 12th St.. Miami FU. and all. go out of their way; to get with their balances and financial standing1.
: I around them. I don't belie$'e It Is this, drop la and Uk a look a

DR. E, AI. LAW allowed In any other town jln I the our ;in line of Wooleos. Don't forget
Sate..and I sincerely trust t le police .
will apply such a remedy that U will ue place. I .-
DENTISTL take but one or two lessons :'o teach:!

Finley Bu.':ing intended the offenders for pedestrians that the crossings and 1 Jot are asa 1"I JOHN SEWELL BRO : Wm. M. Groan President 6eo. Rj! Gomph. Cashier

/.r'lstic Work'""horoughly monopoly! for .hcrses. and 1 ehieles.C. Headquarters for smart TaDor' .. 1j i I II
EXf'C..ied "
I j
wrth the Moet Modern Appliances If I continue the above strain peo ESQ street B'.scayn BIos


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:TEN PACES i Ij THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY. JUNE 5. 110. IP..tterec
PACK TMUBB.. __
.n
I II II 0'- .
pie wilt cr 1t! me with being a kicker.I .
i I' have ma4e a bad break here by referring
The Man tel to credlt, but since It'. done ,
I on I might aj well say what came Into While other
11Icpro1essi0ps my mind .*hen it was penned, and It Dealers talk Price
Is that I should feel proud at getting
s Corneri credit of 'ome kind because what little .
i I had since Is now chasing butterflies
In tdi bad debt column of more we talk Quality and the Price
Lost strayed; or stolen, my Voluble than la ml "send me the bill"

dsATTORNEYS' Citizen. Ton remember the last tli te oner'
S5 *
AT LAW.I1Uprs4ndatasUmrtest..sadrsd I connected It was upon my own i e .
filled I am a strong believer In the mottoof t
.s.l sponiltullty because my friend satisfaction, and I firmly affirm Pa P
toeouitttUittMfof.si.isinna< .ertsBtUM to meet me at the trystlng pi 4e.< there arE';more people In Miami pad
THlM.oaoxar.' I thought then be was on the sfc ilf dling In Imy canoe with unpaid accounts -
Miami rta. with Sam Fltts, but I have got ano a-: a';;the propelling power, than
again, can be found In any other berg In the
er think k a coming as Sam Is out
RoIL SCTMOCK :IL F.ATKIN8OJI State. Ifs a satisfaction to know 1
the repair having been succesful and am not alone, for the feeling of being
Seymour & Atkinson not a bit the worse for the wean Jhe alone, Imagine, Is next akin to a cue
Attorneys and underwent. II I of dyspepsia I have had the latter
5 I and recommended It highly to those A Man
Counselors At Law cheerful .too just as fond of bribe or sour apples.I UALITY
And Sam was ;
dalatts.tiosto clrll practice!.all coin*, chip as could be. "How are you.Samr1 !i t .
state Fdcnl:
M I said, "how are you?" I The wheels of my steering gear ar,
6., Rooms 5, 6,7. Friaaell- BId,.,Miami "Fine, fine," he replied "never felt grinding fput nothing but kicks andif
better or had less in my life but 4ay I don't "gill" the Voluble Citizen' : paid
-" Here he assumed a conflden ial between {tow and the next time they'
G. A. Worley manner and said: While I have l sIn rotate Ifwlll play; Maud and let 'em I t he'll
one nay I have more In anotier. fly. Good night.
Attorney at Law and I feel proud of the fact that i he i Man On the Corner. they, .

..*. 310, Twelfth SL, Miami, Florida boys up and down the line gave I, me fitted
? such a flattering vote In the prim: ry.: Postmaster Robbed '
_
I have figured! It all out and I
deJtct.
Geo. M. Robbins ing this way and that way, I G. W. FoUtl, postmaster at River-i wore.
find where I received one single Corporation I ton, la.,pearly lost his life and wai' i
f
( Tttuevllle.Fla. vote no sir not one. If that I robbed $t all comfort, according to thing
;r Attorney and CounselorAt ain't a record and a thing to feel I his letter which says of Jaundice that yisav
Law proud of I would like you to tell me even mtfinger nails turned yellow'; -orde'r
what is, can you do It?" I when nth doctor prescribed Electric
,,1 -4TU1 practice U ill Cosru. Stats aid F dn .I
t Bitters;|which cured me and hare
I baJ sure "batted" Into a proposition kept m*}well for eleven yean. Sure
and being something of a -orporationlst cure forfblliousness; neuralgia, weakness f made
Hudson & Boggs myself I decided "m m" and all stomach liver. Kidney
would be better than an articulation and bladder derangements A wonderful ( .
f Attorney at Law and I let Sam think as he had thought t IC. At all drug stores. We.
though I couldn't help thinking he I : } 15.00
Miami Florida
f' Townley Building bad that communication "To whom It
i-' may concern" and Its contents that tailor=
he wrote a few days ago on Jail $InJ
8KAOOB. D.
Pit. when he made the declaration a!out BISCAYNE them
It; Otis with aM Oross n-..". not having received a corpora Jon i
... = |MM M* Ma KiMtcorstrln vote. I r
C j | DRUG I
1:1: A JQ. I'LOBW" But my Voluble Citizen Is un
""'., prominent by his absence, and ai-
though have rolled the matter around COMPANYMeine .
t ,Dr. James M. Jackson. Jr. considerably In my loft I failed to find I
an exposure that will let In the light. i
y. Office Comer l24SLanJ Ara B My deJuctions usually miscarry) but
'", the nearest I can come to locating .
.1' Oppostte Halcyon Hal him Is way out In Allapattah Prairie, I

4 Boors 3 to 4 end 7 to 8 6. m. where Bill and the hoot owl are doing R. Rhodes
penance for their deeds that mlkarrted W. :
I'f; May 15. A. D. 1906 but-breaking .!
/;DR W. B, RUSHs the string for a short circuit-has!any
.: one seen Bill since the eventful] dip ..,
e'" Offlci m.litb'ltr.t, 'Phone It.R aster I have not but have peeu lIt medicine, be careful '

r' ,' sidsnM,108 1 hS., soaring Avenue to know D. "all If the of"improvement"that a kind sabve" 1&|what you buy and I'I

t ALYI. FLL dug up, has remained permanent, or Men's Outfitter
whether Bill Is playing Rip Van :XVIn- where you buy It. It Is

r.t t J. F.t Mullelt. M. D.ii' ale toboggan again.but It's what's too bal the If use he opt b: Inr die, not; only important that I I I

I
Bill what's the use. you get the best values -
I'' 322 Twelfth Street
I : : Miami Florida
lI'omce A A A I : : :
: Boom.IDd 4 -.- 'I _
but also that
l> ., '.Frissell Buildingt: : :My Voluble Citizen gone,I knoll nowhere t you ,

'- f Boon 1Q a. m. to.U m.,, ,Sto6ps I am like the fellow'than was I get goods that give you ,
Residence 141, IOtb street. sent for but couldn't come-on an uncomfortable results ___ I G
satisfactory ;we --------- u _
thoroughfare for tome- : 1-- -;-- --- -- -- ------ -----
. 'FRED .RUTTER thing to tell you. U>' mezroraj>1um Have a reputation for 1f
combination Is out of whack alwxanjIf .
I continue shaking la the balance furnishing! satisfactoryand f ;. ,-,
,General Contractor. ball of my mental and physical ifllC- .'t ,
Grading, ture It won't be long before Lon Gore Reliable Goods.
Blasting will have to make another trip witha The Fort Dallas National Bank
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; Wills Drilled. Sidewalk microbe to the bughouse pen I'

Right here I have struck a think Its .
W. a well known fact and pon-debdtable .
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,Maynard, Issue that Hlllsboro county cam a the I FINE CANDIES -
bush for furnishing more ann able 6774 l
GRADUATED PTIC1AN
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1-:', .. With, Maynard Son, JewelereATMM other county In the State, but If It I i
D Nut to Port Offlc comes to a matter of numerical
r strength between Hllsborough)! and


i i IGEO.: ', L.Civil, McDONALD Ettdle.rlarnylsg pencil uble Dade Citizen counties.consumers against I In will Tampa stack those, hat my warnn{I Vain-DaJe* Tel I,3, Cor. 12 St. Ave. DG. United States Depository] ::::: Depository ,State of) Florida

county can give Hlllsboro a hop step I I -
aid a.b41Y141q Lu4a a .pecIa1t
:..;... : and jump and then close her but In
T COCOANUT GROVZ. FLA. supplying the most subjects.per cap '
t- its and per capital to the colony that M. [DYKES
TiT ALTER ,C.DElAKMOArolalteot._ have turned up short In their knowledge toy{
bureau here of late. The' records I 334 Tenth Street Report of condition on April 6th. 1906.' as reported

: : of Sheriff Frohock and.thlj mileage
./J : -: accumulation Mr. Gore Is p11.Ing Au klods BUcksmithiog aad RepakWftrfc. the Comptroller Jof the Currency-Condensed .

f1210'A'y{ eTc1: ::. 'Mi mi.FIi' up bugs through to the his cure gallantry shop[Hln[ will escorting Wago-s B.llt to Order ; / '

f. t bear me out in my expostulation. HORSESHOEING A Specwty.Burkhart .
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ar- The Chapman se But'we are'.not. ) all bughouse (hough -- Resources '

..; .F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. it would be uncharitable and a!crime
..... flee vu d.T., BpacUl by tIIo...... couched In malicious aforethought, "
., C-,.an uund tM eo.fon of a horn*. Locate were I to choose language 4nd utterances Loans and discounts. .1.. . .
IT _11. Math of Pain Buck,oa tki my . . ... .. .... .. .. ...1422,070.60 i
mat Cast Oout Caul awmff the pIPIIII so carefully as to declare LOCK ,AND :GUNSMITH L .
,' bid aU wiaur.vardraa ol S Goad ButUfB U caa4Ocub
,. f. I Expert Repairing : I
who could be placed In the balance :
Dlray.Florida- and -not found eligible to thel) stampof II13AVENUlC; MIAM U. S. Bonds, and premium.. .... .. .. .. ... ............. 71,000.00 ;
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perfection In their top-gallant
"',A.W..Graham There are many with a reed} there Other stocks and Bonds. ... . .. ...... ... ... . ... 41,000.00 !;.i:II

k 3p Coutractorand'BuilderJ. : tucked about 10,.'but__ I:,hope they'none are still of the meandering | wouldbe f Banking House.. . .... .!. .... .. .. .. ,.,:... .... . 50,000.00,;. I ; ,

741Satl.factloll. ; politicians]! will misapply-this dec t Due from banks and U. Treasurer ..::... :. .... 74,6 1. 2 #j'
laration for nncairltable
3' .Osarantied.Ldsefgsrso. ) thatwould be. I ** : **
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f" work aid .... to me. I It.I It.] Cash in vaultCapital. ..... ... .... '" ..'................ :........:.-. ''4775383. tl
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"'. fMltmmem Jint....... 'Ss.4 postal. u4 X I j j I II r I
t I- 1\ sit call*md sos"".P.O.boa 674. MlutUla.f I read In the I Metropolis ,a few -, $725,231.13 j '
f ; afternoons ago. what some "Citizen1" : }
-there are so many of them who have ,
-:11: Expert:Typewriter no other name in print-salf about t '.
popping hay-burners and their It,. Liabilities .
H Repairing tachmenta across the promenade pathsIn
the streets. That fellow, may bea :- '
:. ;:. w. C "PRESTON. citizen but be Is also all to't le mus .. ...* .4. ..1..... .. ..,:...:.. : ..... . .3100,000.00 I,

!-. '! ,3049tbSC. P.O. Box 311 It tard.could He!have seat been the let spike a little borne firmer, but, Surplus and undivided profits.... . ........... .. .. 6,76).67 '!!

: and If he don't' tickle the police until National Bank Notes.. . ... .
52,00 ).00 ;
Emil ':A. Ehmannr they,wake up and board some pf those I
... M '-.-,--- ----- fellows ,who take .the street crossings .. ....:..: ...:. ....566,468.46
r.r:. ; ::: for DEPOSITS. .. . .. .. . .,. : R if
open ports 1 will do It myself and
..' r, 'AxdiitcdWest .. I when I do they Till write and tell I Ithe" ,
papa about It $725,235.13
i'h, ,- Palm'Beach' FloridaMerritt I
I':; Butgetting serious Is It. not
i;' ., & Kolb about the most disgusting thing you
know of to see a set of mrn-men 6 ,
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t Real Estate: Rentals, etc. who should know better obst uct the The Fort Dallas offers to all customers :old and iewr\
street crossings with teams and other every
Estate Managed vehicles and make ppdestrlacs. women favor consistent with sound banking ideas, and every accomodatior in Keeping

ATC. C. near 12th:! St.. Miami. Fla. 'and all. go out of thelr waV to gel ", mi. drop In and take .loe' S'our@'ftJle with their balances and financial standing.Wm .
L around them. I don't believe It Is
DR. E. M. LAW allowed In any other town In the line of Woolens Doa't forgets.
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State and I sincerely trust the police
will apply such a remedy that It will .place.,
DENTIST take but one or two lessons o teach
the offenders that tie crossings are JOHN SEWELL \ BRO I M. Groan President Geo. Cashier
Finley Bu.'.ingll Intended for pedestrians ama not a* I Rj Oomph.

/! .Uc Work Executed thoroughly monopoly for. .horses. and I chicles.a HiaJqnarten for smart Tailor'vg [I'! f

With the Meet Modern Appliance If I continue the above iti In pee 33 'VTwelfA' street. 11't4" -.. Bloe ':..11IIII

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Souvenir Post Cards LARGEST' LINE! OF ,SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches land Jewelry


4 II To Select from in Florida at

20 cents dozen II 1 REPAIRING. j7r
L a I [HALER'S JEWELRY STORE I


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; conveyances are always pome to a w ;
pretty girl no matter how rode they
:t are to other women. Read and judge ,

!, STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY ModernWoman! Recently a beautiful girl of nineteen WELLS & GRAVES

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, 'I was standing upon the platform of a I
'j Brooklyn bridge car because she could ',
1 11! WeB QuaEfied- Women Fmd not get Inside of It At the New York I. Are prepared to execute I'
THE I end of the bridge the conductor openedthe ordera in their
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II Ready Employment In the Artistic gates. Before the girl could turn ,

Inclustiie, Such a*'r>Designing Car to step off a crowd of men in a hurry
( BANK brushed by, knocking her down. None
FIRST.NATIONAL : i pel Curtain end Rugs s s :: stopped to pick her op, but trampled i Millinery Department
upon her and ran on, followed by more i I

f: MIAMI I I, fLORIDA I, I 1At a school for applied design forsipmen her Of the body brutal In the mob same, who manner.walked. When over I i Designers of "latest Summer style<, hats
1 In one of the eastern cities It I 1
I the police attracted by her screams
lads been found that the demand for ,
1 killed industrial. artists exceeds the ; had beaten the toughs over the head
I I with their clubs and at length picked i ladies Tailoring DepartmentFor
$50.000.1 number of ouch turned out auuually by I
I | the girl up It was found that her left
: : : tie Inetltutiou.: Women are wanted to
Capital arm was broken, her right shoulder|
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.; design wall papers, textile fabric print- Ii. ..treet. carriage and evening costumts,
dislocated and her bead badly cutOnly
UJg of all kinds, posters, picture cards, II waists, tailor gownaand coat ..1
she'would I .
for the police hare
Surp'and' Prof -$13.500 | rOgv and embroidery pattern We Inthis j: been trampled to death. This Incident. I :: : iJ
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Und have come to that nappy
I 232 Twelfth Street Miami
I ; atrocious in Its brutality, could not i
Asset ..over : : $5' 00.000 || stage where In rug Industrial weaving patterns art 'development are designed I.I hare happened anywhere In America!; 1
: I oattlde of New York city-let ns hope. I f
!; by American women and Dent fI
EUZA ARCHABD CONNER j l j
Jr I over to China and Japan to be wrought I .
I |ottt In oriental hand looms. .The de-
t. Eo M. BRELSFORD. President I, signs prepared here and sent abroad to i f fI 4 4I
EDWIN A. WADDELL. Vice-President AN ANTI-NOISE MEASURE
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I manufacturers take Into account the
i'W.I H. SPITZER. Vlce-Pre.ldent
,f" EDWARD C. ROMFH C I't 'shier. I I'|the else width and shape of doors of American and thus rooms the rugs and I Rubber Heels Advocated by Washing I
ton Tenants Offers !
when they come to ns fit the places for I. .-- I II Special
t which they are Intended.
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.4 i I poe Important branch of applied design I I at Washington the! expense, June of landlords 5- Rubber for heels fiat):'
l 1 Is seen In the work of the fashion
wilier U the latest Innovation of I Iresting
;:' Per. centpald onlsavlng..compOundedlquarterly. and w reQuire artist Take for Instance a blouse or I' here. It that I
agents seems
t. no. notice of IntentJon.'to withdraw shirt waist We have bad.practically I r
the landlords hare come to the'ronelu..lon -,
s part or all of your depOsit i
fi. the same shape for about twenty-five
., tbat something must be Jane
There can be change In sleeves I Itrlmmln I
1""ra.
to stop .the nerve shattering noise J

f ti. --- -- .'- IIf I IIe lit ralst waist shape manufacturers;,'though and': somewhat not much.In search Shirt the I j i I floors reused with by the heavy walking shoes.over hardwood I for the week ending June ,9th .

j annually
I' They Balked the waiter over'and' ;;
f btgh; and low for new designs and are >d'Ib" conclusion that It would
t" .- -.-- .' .iUing to pay handsomely for them.Ibe be necessary, either to furnish carpets |>i 1
-- 1 1Carries same Is true'of bats, coats anddfexHcs .'or' rubber runner for each nail, -
.R- though these oftener come ;r rubber :heels! for the tenants A.i : :
.ji:, .. from Paris. Still even here there U avery It la undoubtedly cheaper to supply I White Lawn Waists.Men's 'Negligee Shirts, 5oc I
. wide field for the display of MUte I rubber heels than carpets and rugs: it worth 1.75 at. . .. ... worth 75c. it. ... . 1
" ,...._ '. NI talent There are women In the wag decided to make the wearing of White
, rr : Ufrge cities who recelte several thou- rubber heels! by the tenants compul- Lawn Waists Men's :
REO to Negligee C
$2 |
;. "" B' I sand dollars a year'for designing embroideries -! forj. As a result thcie Is a clauseIn worth 2.50. at. . I I I.00 '
:' .I i' and trimmings and coat |t 'he n-ore recent leases of apart- Shirts worth 1 25. at..

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{ :? .1 ., !I ejnak and Jacket shapes. .The woman I ments that every member of a family Brilliantine Walking t A .
t. *"_c,.' newspaper fashion artist la always exceedingly I! rubber heels shoes 50
" XT most wear or Men's and Women's t
1.. 0':: .I. well paid. 'There, too. are wMV In the apartment The Innovation SkIrtSworth6OOat. V't. I 50
Shoes worth .
I i book covers and cushion coven to bepl4auned. U for the purpose of securing k 2.00at.. ,
" i One girl of eighteen gets $40 same manner of quiet in (he crowded Blac Cheviot Walking Skirts _

f.". :> I \' 1 a';week designing lamp shades. The apartment houses. In apartment)I.worth! 4.50 to go Men's and Women's

:. [ vont drawback with most American bosses where go carts are permitted . . .. . $3.iO(I $2.00
, i aa many passengers; climbs more bills; foes just all girl desljHMT*, however. Is that they and there are DOt many of them It !I at. Shoes'worth 2.50.,at. .
fast: nsea les gasoline and tire.; is safer and more easilY have not learned to draw well Is specified In the lease that tbe'
controlled; just as luxurious and comfortable and costs\ I X tIjBo wheels must be equipped with rubber I I
J less for repairs ;than 'many cars that sell for: double or treble tires. 1l i-
...... its price.- :: :: Send for the REO book that tells wby : glad women are occasionally I

" hie brought where up they standing are and when made\Uey to shoot real- NOTICE FOR BIDS l Is J idor Cohen & Co.

.. Off crude violent opinions on matters Sealed bids win be received for the |
F. j they! don't know about In that wayfrhlch paving of '7th street from the eastside
Miami Co. J} la a way some of them bare! of Avenue D. to the Boulevard by i
Automobile
Here, for Instance. I is a feminine orator the Board of Public Works at their I 303 TWELFTH STREET MIAMI. fLORID' *!
who raised a tempt In a convention next regular meeting to be held In 1 -
Postoffiee
:. .13th. Street near" tf speaking of our millions of Immigrants the City Council. rooms June llth, I I t
!;- I cattle and hat 1906, S m. -
to this country as p.
1 lan refuse; Instantly the foolish, half Work to be done according to plans ,
if baked utterance was telegraphed all and specifications prepared by the H-1- STYLE :
IN PLUMBING
orer the land. If the lady bad bred a City Engineer and under his supervis I
II candidate for governor or congreMJ: It ion.Each means work expertly done pipes pro )
IF ITS BROKEN, BRING TO US
t. Il Would bare lost her the election. It was bid to be accompanied by a perly arranged and all parts neatly
certified check for 100.00 and enclosed
the deliberate Insult of a Ignorant and
very
artistically finlahed. :: Tola U
I If your carriage, builnesiother wagon or ,
I In a sealed envelope, marked "Bids
' Woman to her own ancestors, who undoubtedly a
horse drawn vehicle la broken i i In their day were some otUI for paving 7th street" PLUMBINGthat
or run down haul It, push'' It or cast; ese same cattle and human refuse. Successful bidder to give satisfactory even a poet can slag of. Becau
It to our place and **tcl} ns work the faithful of his'work
performance
wonders .with It.We. ,have made a ,I ir They were the .strong and aspiring. within sixty day from awarding ot '.p long life to tie: work. We're proud
jrho came here to better tnemaelrea.And
,. life study of rahlcle repajrtng. can some day even women will learn contract Board reserves the rightto .. to say that wejdo. that. style plumbing.
.- .i, work quickly, expertly ancally. < economV to keep their mouths abut till they reject any or an bids. In new and repair ..ork.'!OIYe u a
O. McKlnnon: ,
/ l: ow something and are able to formtJm. trial ,i .
Kellum, President of Board.
v M. R.
H. F. SCRUGGS A CO.
kindly unprejudiced Judgments. Clerk.Merritt. .
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|Only CO per cent of women college
!j 423 'Eleventh'Street. Mia", Fla graduates marry. Really this la one ofthe
ad II most encouraging signs of progress

'.', ,I .-. In our confused time. College women R TTY BROTHERSMachine .
" remain single because their culture hat
given them a higher Ideal of manhood '
than the masculine sex U at present
r"Z. ;: ffdy, to live up to. It la far better,to Shiop
itay. tingle than to lower one's ideal l ; -

j j:1': 1 A ents for jhe New Era Gas Engines. Gasolene
f Here ..'. man a minister at that
: who baa been "shooting off his month' and kerosene engine repairing a ,SPECIALTY ;

11 |a a way be win be sorry for. He &. Kolb
(peaks sneeringly and contemptuously I General Repair Work
ill "old women's religion. Who la Itthat .

t supports the churches! 508 SEVENTH. STREET MIAMI.. FLORIDA

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. mind their p's and q's' U they

, Would please girls. At luncheon the BARGAINS 'Special Sale Monday (June 4th
; other day I beard two girl stenographers MIAMI FLORIDA ,. ,
talking us usual about their ,
gentleman eomp&D1.ODe young woman 20 lb. Gran. Sugar $1.00 25c Sack Flourfor 20c

said Mr. Blank bad the day before I I50 cent sack flour 40c $1 Sack!i Flour for 80c
sent her an invitation to an entertainment
e The other thereupon de- All other goods sold at lowest prices 1 No old stock
4n dared after the manner of girls that All new goods at our store
n P,1ant was an awfully nice fellow ando t
$2.50 $z.5o handsome. "Ye-e-a." replied she Armstrong Grocery Company
ibo had got the DOtebat he '
II I It spelled a word wrong.' He cant spelllnlogaae. w II
:: ..- Phone'161. Comer Avenue. Dad 11th Street
and I I ,
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tt. they are here in all shapes and leathers at $2.50 and S3J: J
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ItHE LATEST and The l.l.OiW city works men .will r l cost soon $1GO.OOO.OOO be employed ISLAND CITV I ;'

I NEWS GOSSSIP in a work hit will take many ,
I; GOSSIP OF THE DAY years to flnlt-h. \j-t the rights of the

great city are cn| reme, as her citizens NEWS AND NOTES- ,;
are entitled ,t get a supply of

IN .COUNTRY'SMETROPOUSI the clement thnt ihsolutely nece t ;

'bile aa i Italian in .. near Alexandria Va..' was sleeping saved his master's life. Uevinney now has fin to be d>' in order that
: with his mouth wide open a snake. wants to get well. water may be tl red! to be drank a

said to be over two feet,long entered S. I hundred miles aw OF LOCAL AND GENERAL:::: IMPORTANCE

his mouth and A man who earned his living by f "

-frantic man ran among\comrades i swallowing; coins and other articles Rockefeller and His I Declared Be Everything of |onseqnonce. nowadays DREDGE KEY, WEST ..
to
unable to tell his trouble and after had to be operated on at the London Dyspepsiatter aNythIBtiian as soon as It reaches large proportions DAMAGED BY STRIKING AN OBSTRUCTION. '.
great 'agony finally strangled U> death i Hospital the other Jay and the surgeons has to hive Its skyscrapei.
The coroner found the head\ f the I: found In him 25:: pieces of cork Princess Not Favorably Impressed With And fo the cold ktoragb people are OTHER BRIEF

reptile wedged against his windpipe L'O f pieces of tinfoil a leaden bullet, apiece to have theirs at ta! cost of two mil
apparently endeavoring to mak, an I of string IS Incites lc.ng.18 centsin ENew Yorkers-Other Goth am Gossip.. lions. The entire upper part of the MENTIONS

exit. \ small change, a plrce 'of leather 9 i I buildings, embracing about two million :\\i
S. inched long with shook at each end
Ii cubic feet of space will be equipped
Prof H. Hyslop, of Columbia Cotlege. 'several pieces of clay pipe stem and with a moJernjrefrlgerating! plant. "
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1, haa announced that he is ablt'to' %rtlons of a newspaper I All the fruit and vegetable industry
New York sj, tine 5What are we of India In civilization." the princess I Metropolis Bureau.
sober drunkards simply by hypnotic -\ I ...
will be accommodated with facilitiesto
Key West laDe S.Mr. .
> believe now;, if there Is anythingn is qtiolet as saying "but in India we ,
suggestion. Tubeful. tearful. George W. Clark deaf mute sot h keep their products in good shape .
jfiUvei ,scornful haughty pugnaaU divorce at St. Louis last week through n world [Hint the people of Amer- would never' make visitors to our country store and basements being located in E. A. WaddelL of Miami arrlT-
ed In the
so uphappy by pursuing them asthey city last Thursday OB die
one friendly scornful roaring, argumentative Ihe eloquent manner In which he told ca have believed in, it was that John do It be I the building for these trades, cold steamer '

generous, sleepy, attire about pis marital woes on his fingers.He X Rockefeller, the great oil king lore., but It'III may the the first way time ofciilirattl.n storage; pipes beinc put In such places Mr. Joseph Martinique.leltas.. who| baa bee .
and garrulous jaca all look, alike to wagiven a decree of separationfrom
demanded the necessities
been IjuHercr from fearful as are by
tag a a
in < xporlence I have attending the
him: According to Prof. Hyslop, all Mrs. Edna C. Clark, of Des of dytpoftla for these my ) ever been of dealers. University of Pennsylvania -
orm many years pursued I have traveled for the .
In
two
Europe pact years, haste.turned
yon have to do U'to smile at you. Moines, I.Clark gave his testimonyIn nj that feeble health generally had -
and Enz 1 home to
and and have
never had my spend his racatloa
wild-eyed bearer of alcoholic stimulants the sign language. Miss Pearl thin
uude him a attenuated manjust slightestcurious movements followed with his parents.
by a The gas fight u the greatest onethe |
/ hold him with your glittering Htrdnian. an\instructor of deaf mutes,
itting the lti{ ins skeleton cartoonshat "
crowd. Her had Mr. J. E. ROM
English has Its hands In
eye'' and pat' him soothingly on the acting as Interpreter. companion city Ion along fare a dellxatfal
shoulder. 1 his- ought to be a vain- *. had become the standard worksf Kays the princess, is totally while. Th legislature passeda sailing party on board the naval tauchIxindon
publishers iand readers of the lllus- iniahlto comprehend the American law reducing the price of to last Wednesday' la honor of
bibulous werq gas
able hint to the wives 'of Two men conducting civil service
rated pa per$ Many people found attitude of regarding her as a curl SO cents a thousand cubic feet of gas the Ruth Hargrove Seminary elaaa of
examinations In New
men. 5 for jobs on the, Ore department.Among York City : uch comfort In believing In Rockeellers's osity. but Ihe companlei resist this declaring 190C. The guests were Rcr. and lira.
dyspepsia.i It seemed Inome it Is not constitutional E. A. Harrison lira. A. .
S. and while Comas. MM "
Betsy Sims, a splendlly handsome the questions to be answeredwas i
to matters. He haj
way tsquallze suit Is pending Harrison Mrs. Geo.
amazon has,been In court at Raleigh, one of a rather complicated char I he 'likewise the But the Gaekwar and hs! wife were the they are under- George RoblaaoB.4
money; dyspepsia. taking to collect ;bla- full amount ot Miss Comas and KIn Lore HarrlaoatRer.
N. C.. charged with moon hInlng. She acter regarding municipal govern wonderfully delighted with Coney Island a
; Ye hadn't fh(| money; neither had we dollar heretofore Stoker of Jacksonville
npe haa
Is 26 years old. gifted with any amount ment. The candidate answered: he dyspepsia finding everything there to their per thousand as -
But here Dr.
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1s been forced to cancel his .
of. nerve and well knows how to use "What's that to do with \lIqulrtlng a Rockefeller's liking, and varieties and numbers of Resistances being made by &eeept Me
.lien. family physicianor to this of the call to be rector
the
and of SCPaol'a
consumers procedure legal -
"' the, revolvers she habitually carries. baser The other man wrote In answer who declares thatIr. attractions very much ahead of anything
many years aid has been Episcopal church his ,-i
tried to her questlonA" th i ecured. and organ M confrecattoai
the
Three deputies capture to same don'tknow Rockefeller had.ever seen. They had
has been sick '
In ;Rutherford county but five men but, but I want tSe Joh Both nan and particularly never had not a had none of the Directed quality, but took Inlll'n8 have beery formed to support refused.. lo accept his resignation.The ,
thai schooner
rusted;Xo. her rescue and she ev men passed. t / \ lyspepsla, arid that, Instead of being as much delight in the sights as thechildren,1 ihecontentioo the companies accept Strathcome. which i
some time went ashore
eighty Cf'nlsj on their bills and ago off Tortsvw
coped Later, she came Into court riding the Chutes, going te
I '
skeleton bees a man of one hundred ,, If refused put refused In was hauled upon c." '. ., ..
will be \ 14 money .
voluntarily and soon broughtto IMMIGRATION TO THESOUTHERN merry o-rounds, taking In the spectacular
nd ninety pounds weight, which by
Events a safe place! with Sproof of the trader.a A surrey will be made to determlM
trial. STATES he Is j$! within about at Luna Park, and gen
eighty.unds
way the
The fight will be bitter one and necessary repairs. |Th ear'of '
.
5S erally niaki.iK a day of delight of It.
.
-- weigh
of what
Taftas
: Secretary
\ the
; schooner
those Interested
to largely advertlse was lumber which
The Pennsylvania Dairy and Food Meeting Being Held to Organize an after a l long series of treatment. the Gaekwar taking copious notes ash themselves wish as champions of/ was transferred some time ago to 1M

..1 Department has been Informed that Immigration CommissionNew Educed the J/Sgure! at which he tips i <' went; from one sport to another, the people, and kill make all the barkentine Marconi and carried to its
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a prominent 'Western firm that has 1 be scales. Doctor Allen is supposedo with an {eye to getting up similar attractions trouble they ran lo the gas companies. destination. |

been Belling maraschino cherries-the York; June 5 Delegates representing Know wba he Is talking aboutandila for his people. Their ('xprc'BBionH There are banded together In The three mute schooner KamEs-,
large plump.;beautifully colored cheirlea nearly every Southern State \Jcclaratlon Just shakes our be- of delight; were as dlsln- the Can Consumers League over halfa kl arrived last Friday paving hM
-will no longer sell In Penn ylvan. and including many prominent students jet iriymythlriR. If we can no lon3- gcnunusas'though| they were children million oon nm4of gas, and their thirty-are days from New York,'calms
ia. The Pure Food Department agents of met here r have a thin dyspepsia hauntea playing with their first toys and Con-
ecojomy yesterday le advisers propose lo attack the franchises i caused the delay. She was acboredr
got after the firm and had some of in compliance with a call sent Rockefeller, _hat can we'believe In? 'keeping> Island 1 did Its very best for them of he zas companies if theydo for eleven days on the east aid of

the cherries analysedand It was out some time ago, with a view of lave Ihe\\papeers! boon stringing the things going for their special : not consent to the demands of the he Bahamas, waiting for favorable
found that they were doctored with organizing a Southern States Immigration [Hiblic with, inanufactured ideas ofthe iM-nefit for a long time after hours people. One of te methods of opposition weather to MIL {
re erTallne: and colored with coal Commission. The delegates, SlanJard\, Company's headendpnust.we for the care, no the proprietors of: proposed 14 for blocks of ten The Spanish colony la this city Celebrated
tar dye to give them Caecolorptbat: who were appointed by the governorsof conclude that they can not one of the amusements l*>k him to thecity thousand ronsnmiirs to get out Injunctions with befitting eeremonlea thl

was so much admired:& ;Aa a;ion. their respective States will remain x' 1 believed wfci>never they talk about in his own auto. There willl from tl e state courts restraining wedding of King Alphonao.. Th
sequence the firm was' compelled to in session for two days and It is hoped he public mejj against whom the pubIc )< a Coney Island In the Caekwar'srealm the ga companies from Spanish flay was ra1aed', wIaUe U*
pay fines aggregating $1.SOO.An that 'a permanent organization will hall aUngv oft animosity? Here In double quick order when the either taking out pas meters or shut- band played the national anthem. At )
ruler has
astonishing feature of the' announcement be formed to the Is Tom Plate: New. York's reached home and settled
regulate Senator
Immigration !B:30 o'clock
". henear \ down to business tins off the supply of ;gas from the high mats was sung la.he ,.
"of.tJae..wlthdra..al. from the i to the South. when he talkedo .
paying swore premises of those refusing to pay the Catholic Church-Officers of the army
Pennsylvania market was, the voluntary I As Mr. David Robinson, the publisher a reportergVho; in an alleged Inter. rate that has been! out lawed. Prominent and navy, city and country: and -,
offer of the IIrm 0.(l1'e In detail -) and editor of the Southern Investor lew made hlni' rip outXtne strongest Whcnjthe! great Metropolis want l lawyers declare that the Legislature foreign countries, -were bresenl...Ia

..... the-formula manufacturing 'of New York, stated at the opening kind of an o*,h. It's time this misrepresentation anrthlng'.lt: gets lt.no matter who suffers was within! Its rights when It the evening the flag was lowered
the fruit-for manufactured It really session this morning some of the ;, stopped or\ when we I by IL In reaching out after a arbitrarily fixed rate of gas ai while the- band played the aaUoaal "
was and It had no more! nutritive qualities Southern States, which have steam meet these worthies in Heaven, we I vast addition to Its water supply u eighty; cents and the| the Legislaturehas anthem
than a piece of rubber. The ship -connection with New York are won't know ;them. The public has I' will wipe' out several small towns in the power tq| disfranchise the )fro Charles Curtis .who baa been

fruit Is picked while green given an overrun with an undesirable class tame rights whether Rockefeller orPiatt Ulster county! a hundred! and more companies and pave the way to the for many years In the employ of Wm.

alkali bath, which bleaches It perfectly of Immigrants, who are sent South has or Sot. \ miles away, and supposed to be>enFOnably city's condemnation of their propertyand Curry's Sons, resided hi. poslUoa ','
...lafte.*and then',colored 'with coaltar"ilye from New York and are absolutely |}j S. 'I secure from any Interruption purchase thpreof. TnJshas a to enter the plumbing business with ":
;,and preserved with formalde worthless Many dissaJlfraed men It Is trust worthily staled that 'the ,to r'I heir placid rural life and squint towards municipal ownership Mr. R. Costar.
hyde. '.. who haj been engaged to work In wife of the (Jnekwar of Baroda whoa miles of a large railroad the Uulster I* *

.'. ...., Florida,' but refused to stay there, called the makaranl, does not end & DelewWe< Railroad which these very The Hotel Carl 'ton London, has THE BUFFALO ,DERBY .J
-The old.black aunties who looked also "Invade other Southern States pertain a very flattering opinion of :towns hOnded themselves heavily to become a large urchaser In New AT KENJLWORTHBuffalo. .
after Congreacman Robertson of Louisiana qllll frequently and many'of them !Nrw Yorker i The Indian Princess ''build will IK- moved from- pne to four York, of refriger ted gamer meats, "" '

In his babyhood is disposed to becongratulatory. must! be provided with transportation evidently taMcs the thlntfi written miles from its present bed, sometimes fish and oysters, {canvas hack ducks N.-Y.. Jane fr AM Ola* a .
.,at times. Not long to New York, to prevent them from becoming alx>ut her Very seriously She Is outside the limit of the towns which Virginia hams fiwllard ducks. dls string of horses as was ever see la

ago she said to him: Tse proud o' yo.' public charges. deeply distressed at being attributed paid tor! It. Nineteen miles of trackof mond backed te rspin. and all the thin city Is sow quartered la tae
fane Sam. 'Deed lla, honey, proudo' Tomorrow" the commissioners will !with RtrancejjBnd weird habits, which this'road will be thus treated. 'The delicacies that are obtainable In this sheds of the Kenllworth (race trek
de way yo' hoi office, jes like yo' hold 'a session in Ellis Island where ko the high I qfsteIndian woman seem largest of the towns and villages to market of the finest possible quality. opened here yesterday. The moat Im-
father. "Why. what office did my they
father ever hold auntie asked ,Mr in.examining he Immlgraubi. the- customary! charming remarks Shokan., It has a population of one,1 I square room, whl h Is really a refrigerator the famous Buffalo Derby;;! which was i
Robinson/:.,"Marse Sam. said the old ;about our jfeautlfnl America our thousand! persons, anj West Hulley, and the contents of each basket won last year by Oxford .'colt owned
omen 1s. you done forgot dat? He Death from Appendicitis [handsome meji and lovely women.her nearby, has half 'as many. Other Is frozen solid The Hotel Carleton l II y Jacob G. Lang; a-local borsemaa.
was a .candidate' paw was. Ner" decrease In- the same ratio that the ;highness thlfljis New Yorkers are entirely -' villages ''are Ashrnn. Glenford. Browne has many American customers In For this year's Derby apnwnber p of
knew de time he wasn't candidate; use of Dr. King's New Life Pills In too buajp; (that some of them are Station Olive Branch. Stony Creek and Its restaurant an they want the delicacies excellent bones hare been entered.

no sub;''always held de office Marse creases. They says you from danger !!really qUl1e- lacking in delicacy ill West Shokan, all containing about! of their >wn land and they The Sooth will be ably !.representedby
Sara Jld yo' paw" and bring quick,aDd painless release [ dealing! wlt&l royalty, and that they six thousand population. These will set It If thf enterprise of the Minnie Adams.the Southern Darby I'

a. from constipation and the ills crowing' ,are Always living at a high tension towns of late years have had a large Hotel Carleton cfn give It to them. winning' fllly. wned by Mr.',,Cook. Caa- '1
end to the other of the oat of it. Strength and rigor always I which perhaps makes"them anaa summer boarder business being In The list of contents of the baskets ada will make a strong bid with Kin-
From one crowded 'otlow their nse. Guaranteed by all countable fog their occasional rude the shadow of the Catskllls and great makes a gout-maid's mouth water. ley dale and Court Martial both from.
Schuykffl Into churches Valley, Pay last farmers Sunday to offer druggist %5c. Try tEcm. ness. "Am rlca may be far ahead favorites of the lovers of pure air. I J! OIJ Timer. ihe stables of N. DymenL Other t

; promising horses are Teamster.. HMmoriit. -
prayers for rain. Before their H t h t
I "!*-devotions were "nded the rain was Lotus Easter and !!several oth- 1

falling so heavily as to resemble, a era
cloudburst 'with the result that the Although the track IS comparatively )
rnralist worshippers became deUrion al young, having been opened la 1K2. rt
declaring the downpour a You Is In excellent condition:;' .
with Joy Do Wanta :
direct answer to their prayers. In Leaky House? thing Is favorable for the: running of\
Brunswick township one farmer..OOwoaJd the famous Derby. The'race la for JO
hare faced a loss of thousands thrre-year-olJs and Is for $ .IOt.
of dollars If the drouth had continueda !! i ilr Horsemen from all parts of the State ,

week longer, walked away from the are here to attend the race mee lag ]
church In the pouring rain. shouting and It promises to be the most successful ;

-Glory, Glory! ,Glory ,ever held in this part ':'of the ... '1
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In her action fordlvorceAnna Lo- The Louisville Naihrnle BaU-
renz. of Cincinnati,' alleges that Win. so we can do nothing for you but road will sell round trip tickets from :;
Loren was guilty of extreme crueltyIn Jacksonville to points shoe om data '.
that he would fit In his bare, feet Indicated; proportionately low. ratS j

and'work his toes In the presence of4'oompany I fro mother points -.

for the purpose of mortifying $30.<5-Paris. Ten, j and ....... .11
There If want abfolutelyj resident "business bock or a building: i of ;
and humiliating me. wu you an vater-proof any find Tickets sold May Jrd. 4tk aaj (th

no better question continued of his the not petition.knowing" any Because we will, betjlad) to show yin a water proof artificial prone that is the best on the mark* t with final lImIt May ISthv.
$20.40-Louisville. x,.sad ntara. .Ji

alone.he He nerer would did return that when from we'were the city 1 We will demon U irate to you that water can be poured over the facing "'f our !sand one Tickets sold June 10th. 11th. sad IX J
with final limit Jane Mrd. By Bay.
on Sunday good clothes afternoons for and his exchangehis working will, stay there until a evaporated by'the sun, with not the )least bit of absoibinent ment of fee of 60'eentaJ tickets can .'j

clothe,would'and then come after into removing the parlot his stone. It is on l healthy l fb live in a damp house, therefore protect the health.of .J.n.e be lC.25-Nashvllle extended until Joly, Teaa.13nV aid ra' _


'. eeed where shoes to my wiggle girl his friends toes.'were and pro and family and uild a stolje house. Plaster can be .put on this stone.thus saving the turn.. 18th.Tickets Uth sold and 20th Jane sad 10th Jill HO.12th. tta.Cth. .. It 1

. of lathing and ve GUARANTEE our -stone wil not crack or pea We also de.! :l in and 7th. with final limit' U days "
from date of sale. By payment of :
"When John Deviancy, an aged decided farmer Cement. : : DONT FORGET GIVE US A CHANCE TO lID fee of 60 cents and deposttlac tick i
of Bottennnk Hollow. Pa. T same caa be extended: by paymeat '
that he would end his life, be took a I let
fee o' SO cents, and depoaHlag with 1
stout piece of rope went to the stable I
special agent until September St.
around the
arm lovingly
picked-his
$77.60-Saa Francisco and Los Aa- '
Beck of Old Bill a horse he had had ; 1
;
reles and return. Tickets sold JaM 'f
for sixteen yean and bade, him an Htht to Cth Indaslva. Flail ,

......affeeUnate farewelL Then'he 'weathln" limit September July Uth. Liberal atop t
:1
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1 the stall and knotted the rope 'Sione j
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Art Construction Co
about his neck. Helmed to fasten The I[ over privileges. Passengers eaa' go j
return another.
one route and
the other end'around a rafter and had :j
IS to $k>
Dally May SeptmwInclnll"e 4
box ready to Jump from:: Old
a sap
II jj round toarist
"trip summer
his master J
Bin looked around just as ;
was throwng the rope over the rafter. I tickets will be en soil to Tartowrerorts. 3

He' C iatect troubled With one good. I Full information. seh.diisge)

cenenxrt* seat,Tdckhe of Derinney'a landed trousers his hoof with ouHh Office and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. "Look for the Turn in the Wall' time application tables to ste. wfl,be, t'fBralat*! cu ,_

:'soch force that the old man was'sent a E. HERRINO.
''t ,through weather-boarding of the Fla. Par Agent L ;i N ft. R. 1

!stable. He.was badly hurt ,but,will tag W. Bay St. ."K ""rvfll Pit

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PAGE TEN THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS TUESDAY. JUNE 50 11101.dt TEN PAcaaa

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%re grown b& the open there being no

QUESTIONS ANSWERED necessity for(protection: from cold sad f

Florida! East Coast Railway.Local I. I! there is thusTa saving of about' HIM 'Political |

aa acre whlca is the cost of shedding

Time Card No. 66' la Effect April I6UN. ifortnation of Interest to the Prospective Settler further north! There are ten to twelve ..) Announcements

thousand plants to the acre, sad the

SOUTE-SOURD-REA0 DOWN' NORTH-ROUND-READ! UP.BvfMrartflrCfcnoa +I Ie. 'Concerning Miami andQthe Southern fruit brings I fin the neighborhood of -;

from SO cent a dosea for Red Spanishto .

r ee ... ITATIONI Oa U r.1 Portion of Dade County.So 25 cents a piece for Porto Rico Aaao _.. .r lk.s.h.Mi.e '
..Y, Dal/ / Dal! will In lavrwd ..til. after the DP.... .
i I The percentage of plants fruiting depends craiic fnnariM. the' Daily Met..._ -::
S 'p. Ilnw N 1.,1t..III. .....Ar 7Tpm IM.aI.p. the 1,. lot*...W: Weekly )I.,,..,....... ate
i a a.a :. .. Aortb Jaek.nnvW. .L., 7l7pa 1 tlw upon care and judgment exercised or U boll the. Daily u4 Wtwfcly M.- ,
1 lops 10 40aa e. Angurme 11bp. 711aaV their ......11.fur tIII.... .
t U 1.... a O&llnll"i a Hp. I *.a Jj' I in caltnre., some growershaving .i
" / it art. .__.,___.Eaa'I."I".h..._...... ......." t m I Io.. I many Inquiries are directed to lences of clvlllxatlon. as electric lights, succeeded. In securing trait Positively- .oaisoixwmwill I
/Up. 12roa. .u P"J"IIt.._.. 4Mpm m.aI twlxrrud ..!... aceuMai4. by tb.* a
43 Ii lOa.- Iwo... .. Palatka..._..._._...,.Ar a u6 I S6a26p. the Metropolis by prospective lettlera water works, sewerage, telephone ars- from 90 per cent, of the plants In their c.h. {

i, S U.. Ar 1.9._......._...__._....1Iaa.FanMeteo.-Li Mateo _... .._.__..At 1 >I -.a- or bomftjseekers concerning conditions I tem, re* mall dftUvery.three newspapers pineries I "
Otpa 12$2p. L, B unuelt r exlstlng'jln this part of the country two national banks ODe Stat Lands may! be purchased from IS or .

t- 114pa 124opm lUpm ..__. _._Ormoac1 Dup! _.._ to I66pm 12lpa Iooa.N Ito aI4Ipa and thejlburden( of correspondence entailed I bank, etc. It baa mile of beautiful $10 an acre .up, depending on proximity For Ceunty 'Clerk V

N. II 109p.Upa.' i 1atp.ltpa .... PortOnore Dartoa" __ _,.oo. a II5pm 45pm Iltw 4 ham thereby has become so heavy.( streets of native white stone It Is to roads aad shipping point Good To the Democrats of Dade Coati:

4. a. a AI'-,... ....,........New I'm1ua .._....__..- I Wpa I12aa111IU that we:bave attempted In the following practically the terminus of the Florida lands on rock' road within S mile of I take thl method'of announcing

law 4 44pa Mp. Art Orange Lake CL'y. lLv_____.. 1l.q 101pm m a WPa1110x. 16pt aU article to summarize such Information East: Coast RaIlway. for though aa *x. Miami may be had for ISO aa acre and my candidacy for the office of County

t 'I .._ Oraalre- (,'1.,.JUD"UO. _......__.1..1.L 2245 pm aehea ;!jf a Is most Important, and to tension of the road has recently been sometimes less than that sum for land Clerk subject to the action of the' i
IOpa ,_ t'ew Sm.ma.. _.Ar / 06pm 4 06s.It ivmocratic primary !u. wW appro-
asp. I pa -_._Oak H Il ___.. ....L., 21opm I la.mUabp. answer the questions most frequently built, penetrating the farming lands not Immediately oa a road. Th aam.qua.lty elate any support that my frUadson ,
',. I16pa AI'_._.._..__......TI'o..lJIe....._.."'.'''__ 206 m 10uwr | boped'by ijujd
-..."fo.1_ Lr t &sm pa asked. |, is this mean thata forty-flv miles south this la merelya of farther away fromtransportation give me. iaespectfaDy.(

1101. 11 W'a.. 1.91._ ... __. llaaford.?._.___.__ a m U Iota sampil copy of the paper of which feeder to the commerce of this city. facilities can of course i Z. T. MerrttL 5.

r U Ilta 1,. Slip.1 pa Li eo Ttt..11Ie Coe,.. ..L Ar, 121pm pspm I!Vsa aF hundred are sent out, will. In moat Her are located the steamship docks be purchased. for less. Th land 1s unpromising

., bas 1 Hp. RMItI..llef ___- II 2Opm IAam.Iota. & the bet of the P. ft O. Steamlhlp In For
IlSpa .. Eao GaUle..__.__._" 12 47m I47tm cases a rve purpose Intended Company appearance to those ao County;; clue .
4 111 1 sop. .... .I/elbo.rn. 12 ) pm 1 I7sts ter t thaaja personal letter. Specific In- whose lines are operated to Key Westto customed to the deep rich soils us *. take this method of announcing .-"
I .... '{ lop. iebasUau.-- I2 6am 12 Msm
t__ 4 8t. Lode 10 M. 12 ma's formation may be obtained by writing Havana and to Nassau Immense other States! being rocky and sandy myself' aa candidate for the office
Y4 __ S Up. -,.._ _..,."on 1'leree l0 arm 11 I'palow. of Clerk of Court for 'Dad County
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.. 1 Isle. -__? >"allL--__" 10 ram 11i9pmes. o any of the real slate or other.IrDll.bose wii4 es. etc, are being projected to yet result jean be obtained from it subject to the action of the Demoeratleprlamry.

t t i, ,__. /S 41pa rip. --, .. .. _J.nwa Eden .". to 10 era ham ii II 00pmlit. iipmt ijvertlsements appear la tali keep pace with the vastly Increased far IB eceas of the returns realized F.' w. Haaa.i .

: / alp. etuart ... .. _.". 10 Oktm 10 Wpm paper; Bud the best way to become fa maritime business,that must follow on from the more fertile sections of the i,
,L '. ... 1 ala Hole 8uoac1 0Itam l0 2Ops *
(101. 11op. 1I''lopll. a 10.a 1000par millar "'lth local conditions progress. the deepening of the harbor work oa country. Fertiliser must be used but FOR CONSTABLE
PUS I Up. Wut Palm Bach__- a 45am 1 supra
t e Oaa' l 41p. .. Bn1alOR .... a tow 1 olpm Industries and current happenings which la now actua.ly progressing An be returns Jnore thaa justify the expenditure Tenth District
1\ .. I ha. I OOp. '
i i., V 1 I Musa u.a I a 4Op.sop. -._., ,_ Port Delr.y Laoc1erc1"I-_ .". 7 26am 2 Wpm while contemplating removing to this appropriation of 1300,000 has been se Involved I. I hereby announce'myself' a* a eaa-

;,;: .417x. I47pa tMpoa eo eo Uall&Danla o1a1e--_" t 7 Guam loam t r Wpa lops eectlon!'Is through reading the Dally cured from the government for harbor Pcope: of J energy and industry are ilidate for the office of Constable la,

{. IGuI'. 10 JOpIQ eo _._---LemoR ar,. a 45.m t hpm or the tVeekly Metropolis, the formerof improvements and the Florida heartily welcomed, and the country Tenth District of Date county, subject
,. II.... AI' lliAmt Lrterm t MpaI04. 1 I to the Democratic primary and
Lr{. )(1&.1.--__ fAr a Cpm whlci will be sent to any addressat East Coast Railroad la also pledged to levi-lopmcnl being practically Jut .. ask the of
"V I10... :: Art. ,..,... louterte.d__,1.r .. 12 ao m support aq( my Mends.Respectfully
--l the fate of $5.00 a year |1.25 for expend a like amount. Thus, 1600,000 gun there I liu room for all to reap th* '

Drools and TV Buffet Bleeptaf Can on train M and(S. three njfonths; the Weekly a large Is now being used for this purpose and. benefits w4: :h must ensue ss the reJevelopmenc. W. J. WOsoa.

J Dally.XMptBuwlar. S-page paper being mailed for $." it Is a moral certainty that further appropriations t of such Capital finds ..

,.1 Sa.17S.U I Dairy ..... Na20'N..ft.L a year.I1 will be secured: until the here must profitable Investment, while FOR CONSTABLE>

kVMIT SBANCa. DrhiM ana cm or MIAMISprang harbor Is In a condition commensuratewith Ubor is In demand and well paid Peo- Tenth
District
1.11'IN.. Ddh O.D/ s;. act' D.OTS40a oJr
Its Importance from a commercial pie of moderate mean who come here I
out of the wll SWp lehpl0 ,Lv..J.ekaonv1t11Ar TtnSl > ICOpaooalllKp SWp joranscm reaches geographical and strategical told bay a small tract of land, make a Jldate for the offlca of Uoastahl la -...
.2 ::2 ,era asu'be railroad having
SWp 20tplie ....J.thJactaonWs..J.v asl.UM I IIPM .
1M l4ople; B.bloBseb_" Site IIO 1401N April 15. 1818 PrIor to this standpoint Importance recognized modest hone set out fruit tree, and the Tenth Justice District of Dade '
not pout
t SlOp l4tip iO Atanifo "e liss TUa'UUp' his 11 PM by public men at the national capital while waiting for these to com Intobearing. county subject to the Democrat pinmary -
1 / 2 L SCot 74o i2 Cot / 1 .
Li Ar..lt.t .Jm. one u>re. whoa trade was prinriib and ask the
and by all who will study the locationof : engagr la trucking, are, always friends super mr'
;- ACT. OCOBEMTU STEASSBIP CONNEOIOSS( AT inn. ll/&l1y ("' the Indiana, and a few '
without
this port and Its relation to Insular exception successful
Jolla '
T.
i. ,c uer,l faudllea. eking out a preen DDrrj.
'Clue,C.r.stlo. .*.. at ..... with SteasMklss *f la* P.'a 0. S. S. Coaiesay: tar .00* livelihood by wrecking and the and South American commerce, to And this sFces costs less effort than I _
u.outgArwa say nothing of the at trade that In other part of the country while A
of Ue search Mountal of
coo: were Gold
,Havana and, Key West ae only evidence of civilisation. Oamly mUlL spring. Into existence upon thecompletion the c'imatlcicordltlons render outdoor

of the Panama canaL work possible every day la the year rould not bring a* much"
ft Two Sailings Each Week. 28,lx9C Miami.. Incorporateta happlaeq to ..4
A j glance at the map will show the with the health benefits of such aa Mrs. Lucia WUke. of Caroline. Wla. !
r P .Tn11N DUcharg Paaeager *t'Ship's Sid*. No Transfer. a clljr. furnishing perhaps the only most casual observer the possibilitiesthe open-air life thrown'in At the same .s did one 25c box of Bneklea's Aralfa -
r aatanci r on record la which a fulliejjedlilty Salve, when It
.... lb.It7ttlTaw.skew ta.a.a alnlea tnJnt Bay b*upMtad toanlv*at*.**... law existence without future holds for the Magic City I time peopl who are enjoying health a running completely. cared
r ... .. mnnl itatloM.bat tbalr arrtTal or tn+rtun it th.Cm a ttmuA U tat i..i.t ei cam I II and moderate la their sore oa her leg which: had
W fcs>-O'.MI4napo1111..fM&II'.onn'--.t.1 find having heft a towa.. Tare I SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES I success preeeatabodesjiad tortured her 2J long years., Greatest

,[T Per Cory,of tile LOCAL TIME CARD.or, Other Iti .01..... lundrei registered veters are requIred !Miami has one of the best public better stay where they are. antiseptic healer of piles, wounds and
There should be sores 2Sc at all
weighty reasons to Influence drug store
II !
i "SEE TICKET AGENT." o entitle\ any community to be calleda schools In the State embracing both I
r THE uyk. ..
,. i clty. ... than that number conatl- to make a move of such
r Li. AfNER. Aast. Qen'l. Pas*. AU 5T. AUQUSTINB PLAn i\ for the common and high school: courses Importance j People who have made
: held
t Jr'L' I I sung purpose;town At a meeting lie buildings are large and woll ventilated Ul urea elsewhere art aot like y lOWRATES
: ,ne of Incorporation, three
.. and there Is .
= a competent: corpsof
; I very successful ..... Intelllxeace andsea
f .. : 11r 11- tad one-half.: months after the first teachers 'I
; A Catholic convent,
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Industry are u essential to good fortune t
Miami 244 vote
ran reached were
oDd to none in the State, is ta tall I
here as la any other part of the
r EABOARD: taa6 1TI. ."Iv-aal gru"ta 01 LJ1.
S operation, giving Instructions to loth I glob
has beea sustalnJdrrongapnt I '
arly ;aperlod
sexes There are also private schools,.
the eight of the dtyialatory If it is desired to engage la general
l 'n' yean a musical conservatory aDd art school, .....
J" |i fanning la [the raising of wheat eon,
so that every educational need maybe
; or oats, peache apples, grape or v
Line I I POPULATION, era:
Air Railway"Columbia
supplied. There are about thirty
tf Miami other prods! of the temperate zone T
ha at present a resident
pop flourishing schools la the county.
,r f( e' one must cast his lot some hnadredsof!
uJaUon pf between 6,000 and 7.000. laih .
winder,. month this popuuUoa la Every religious denomination u represented miles to they north and accept ta* cold j Southern
and the have '
following
that Is '
of the of ucla
FOR augmented by the addition of thou- part *gacy
handsome church buildings Presbyterian
:
where the *
things lie
ends otvlltora, mostly of the wealth caa growa.
< Episcopalian CathMle.: it. E
:: Savannal4 Camden, Southern Pine>> ,;,;I test dWast j who come to enjoy the Church., M. E. Church. South, an.Baptist. Neither Is tils f a stock: raising" eouatry.
There
la fence
which la
a law.
Raleigh Richmond Washington BaltimorePhiladelphia. ideal climate! and the finest fishing lathe no a Railway
",. world. To accommodate these great boon I I to the settler of limited
New York.
: I SOILS AND PRODUCT means andj there la very little livestock
rlaltor |there are numerous hotis
Two Elegant Trains Daily. In the country Oa the other .J.
i. ant ding houses principal among : /The principal Industry ta This colon
Seaboard Express Seaboard It all I bud If It ( desired to ta
is the of fruits and win engage 13140
,--. '- _r'. which U the stately Hotel Royal Palm growing th.1 New .. Conn, and ..
; Modern i the' Hall bothmonumint tet : culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, vas turn. Son
Pullman Equipment.OlnLS" and grand aew Halcyon markets Ticket Ale June S*,
rions
trop-cal or semi-tropical
I la aloe. grandeur and ac- traits limited Junes.t Extenalon Jane
LIII TEopentlu.dillj brit the growini f, vegetable at th* season
oommodatlng{ faelllUe there are large quantities of other 30. 190 Stopovers, Washla-

egetables) grown, such as !" "fiv" of the | toW when all.other parts ton. Baltlmorel '*
wong sleepers from Jacksonville to lei Orients Th )j opulaUoB 1* cosmopolitan Tf. Philadelphia aDd
every state in the Union famishing Itajuota egg plant pepprMan *tc. Th of the country are la the grip of wittar New York I

.' bt representatives. Aa andrirable'iorelgn *- planting season extends from about this setfdoa offers decided advantages ,

October over Jkny other portion of tie I35.. 0 Boston.. Mass, and rtnra..
element U aakaowa.I 1 to January 16 and the bulk
call
i Fot'tutl .information.. ... i-ul sleeper roiertratioas on any agent o tbAtlantic ; United St&t&LUlivlLla Tickets on sale
i May 31
-" Seaboard write oo the shipments are sent North from to June
.
/ CUMATB f
>. limited June
I Ii IS. Eztenaioa
November until
although there
Writing from personal exp Lena, May July
being practically no difference la theseasons A NASHVILLE R. R. 15. 1106. (Stop overVash-,
0.McDONHELL: Iss'L Gel. Pass. UL Jaclisoaiillc Ft after. visiting California aDd other sections I Ington. Baltimore
climatic condlUoos are seeds may be planted or vegetable will sell rind trip tickets from all Philadelphia

F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Asrt. 11 considered there at their beat,, w* caa tube.Ittingl gathered any day la ta* year. points to (LoulsTlll and retort atONE New York.k ...*e.
i. Vegetable FARE plus 25 cents tickets bang
are grown usually on the IU.6S
Miami ban the moet Asheville N. C
that .
t say and return.
,
on saldj June 10. U and 12, limit
.
pert eci;]winter clImate ta the VnlUd prairie lands, which are free fron. Tickets on sale Jane 7
II ed returning June 23. with privilegeof 8. 1. 14.
: Coast Line states; i Cold la almost aakaowa, .,. I timber and are composed of a kind of extension' of limit until July 23 by 16. It, llmlteij June 17. IKt.

the slightest frost being Try ran. marl.! depositing {ticket and upon paymentof
. 120.40 Loulsvllle.fKy. sad
SO cent Stopovers win lie retara.
; f Fhe warmth of rammer Is umpired I Fruits are grown on pine lands; perwitted
at Glascow Junction for Ticket oa ante JUDe
panelea
10 11 u
,
th i br the Ai- which are slightly higher thaa the
V oy cooling ***** from desiring .r
THROUGH SCHEDULE: i to visit Mammoth Cave limited June S3. Eztenaton
.,". iantlcaad the highest tempefatveecord prairies, and In this section very rocky and side' trip tickets will be sold at n, llK. I July

-, J hy the government thermometer .This rock Is a peculiar coral formation Louisville Ito all points la the state / .

'Florida; Georgia, Alabama Virginia, North Carolina daring the rammer months 1s.N.g containing a great deal of plant food, at ONE FARE plus 25 cents for the I33.3S Hot Sprlagi. Va, aDd retara.
: -rc' and South' Carolina round tripj such tickets being oa sal*
evidenced
HEALTH a* by the fact that In many Tickets oa sale Jane 9 n
10. .
: June 16-181 Indications... that ev-
,Ioi"" .,The great Highway of Travel between Ta |dcy ranks among the first laifc placesorange and other fruit tree are era! special trains will be ma*for limited June 19. 190 .

United States la point of health to b* *een" bearing thriftily though I
this occasion lull
a of
particulars

I Flolda:and 'the East and_, West. North and S; nth aad Then mire:01:is entire are no freedom"prevailing from rtlseasea.malaria of.pp&rentIi this rock standing'Being on of a a solid porous plate or which sixteen wlU page] be booklet announced living later.full par A '11."Tickets Kn< on vllle.Tenn-aBd sale| June 17. retara.11. If.

. Icnlara be from 23. 24. 30. July 7. 14
can secured IS limited
; Convenient Serrioe,' Klrgant: Pullman Eqaipmrnt, Hairnifloent DiniMa; Ca Taose': ilmeats which are common to honey-combed structure the roots of !' ,

in'put'of the country seem 10 be the tree are enabled to penetrate it Florida CEO. t.Passenger HERRING fifteen days J i. Extension Sept. r

! Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER here robbed la part of their power, as aDd draw ample sustenance from what III W. Bar Street Jacksonville Agent Fla. 30. 1106. j

, Celebrated I}'. Fi.ORID.AND.. WEST INDIA LIM TEI they i usually appear la a mild form would appear to be a very unpromising '14..6S Ashevllle.'N. C, and return.

{: Tnuoi": ""- MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. ud'r* e1y leave the bad effect whichfollowjla source. This rock by the way Stomach Trouble' Tlcketa on sale June 28, 37. 38.

I1 I Iw the wake of Ilk diseases makes. a beautiful and durable building Mrs Sue1 Martin, an old ud highly limited July !10. 1XX. '

:; COSVKSIKNT, METHOD OF TRAVELING {II//1 elsewhere Scarlet fever and dlph- material aDd the new court house respected Resident of Falsoala. Miss, IH-36 Uonteagle Tean -
rind ; was sick j with stomach trouble for ; and retura ,
Atlantic Coast Une thousand mile tickets hert4are unknown, whfe! typhoid jail, as well as several residences Tickets
one rood over 15.000 miles i Intlroadembracing more than; six months. Chamberlain'sStomach on sole JaDe 29. 30. July'
all portions of the Sootb,on ale at all principal agvooie. at fever la rarely heard our It Is a d slrUtle In the city built of this atone, are and Liver Tablets cured her. 3. 6. limited August 31.
k raM of I2S ach.f,Limited 10 one from date of purchase. For fulL much 11OC. Rr-
year complete admired all She
ace for those suffering from by vlaitora. It also sajrsj"I' can now eat anything 1want tension October
and reliable.Information regardingrat4's, schedules, Pullman .."Io.e'" makes 31. 1M&
Write II lung troubles, asthma catarrh and the finest road material la the and am the proudest woman 111Ihe I
', world] to !find such a good mediae. .PUG Milwaukee; Wla, aDd retara.Tickets' .
Frank C. Borlntoa, Dirt. PBM. Agt. W. D. Stark Traveling PassJUUeotjr lnlls| diseases which., are prevalent world, and Dade county leads all others ." sale
For by Biscayne Drag sale
?,' 138 W. Bay Street. Jacksonville Kla. jf, 'acolder climate Many persona af- la the State In mileage and condition Co. and aD druggists. Samples free. or Aug. .10. 11. fj,

, ;\VJ: Craig" i Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N: C. tectedawith these Ills hare come her of her highways.The limited Aug. 22 1906

' -. .,: "' I(I and have been cared or greatly beD.DtteJ fruits cultivated are chiefly Not ks Rich aa RockefellerIf

.. .. .. .. I you Had( all the wealth or Rock.I
,- ;' ; ;;: Of coarse this Is not the cue rape-fruit, oranges, and pineapples,
teller the] Standard Oil magnate you
", II la every Instance People die h ry as luna, mangoes, avocado PaSsenger Met Office
.. i. pears and could not] buy a better medicine for '
;; :jStood The Test, 25 Years_ they to everywhere else No country limes are largely produced but being bowels complaints than Chamberlain's ;

has yet beea discovered where people ndlgenons to the country they thrive Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.The .

t. : ve lipmvne from death and 41..... with little or no cultivation Citrus moatprescribe eminent physician can not 108 W. Bay Street
i Grove'sTasteless I 1 better for colic
preparation :
; it the same time. It may be truthfully ?rees will require from three to five ; and's '
i.s the and dlarrl oea. both for children
: laid that conditions tendingo tears after planting to produce fruit. adults. The uniform success of this I

; general healthfulness are u favorable Pineapples, which grow on a plant remedy b shown It to be superior Je C. LUSK

Chin Tonic ti la say section of the country somewhat resembling the cactus, and to all others. It never falls and when

and far: more so thaa la moat which are propagated by setting reduced with water and .sweetened b

: ,., THB UTIU TOTTJRB or suckers bear fruit In 18 monthsafter .lIp.I I pleasant t i take. Every family should District Passenger Agent
'
No- I 1 be suppiie I with It. Sold by Blscaya
ure-No-Fayv SO.ccats.: ,
:V 5k sdamt pass uses an modra convert planting In this section they ]Drug Co. md aU 4ru fat&. Jacksonville, Florida,

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I *f: the Quality and' : Hbuse: : :p.qf:1


*Price that' makeourgoods' Everything e For The u

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popular, : ; our gccds popular ,
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Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Kitchen Utensils -

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F'ra L:] }-i : :Budge !r ,1 19ft1.S"tree"t, Miami, 1 erica

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$ Offlce'PhoneS5- fl. M. KING | 'Phon.OS Martinique The steamer Arrives Martinique, CapL Dillon -I ,

Most Any ;1 arrived In port today from Key jJ

Undertaker and Embalmer '.: West and and Havana freight.with several passengers k '

I [g, pill
\VA 1 130O AVENUE D J GROVES. COTTAGES ETC. MRS. I'..

i, RESIDENCE 210;,7th STREET|! MCALLISTER-BECK. c' r

Wanted- Clean cotton raja at this

; __. Is apt to be(!one on which '" office. '

'I; you will have to purchase f .llerso"allJklV l atrles J Will The Sail schooner Tomorrow Hattle Darling. Capt I I
I Peaches
Three
_L .. .. Thompson is now loading cargo for I
j t Nassau N. P.. and will get away to- Glrt Peach,u& J

A Dr. V.'. B. Rush went to Hallandale l Have you tried Blue Ribbon Lem- I I i morrow or Thursday for that port. rPeach Mellow 1""i
last night called there professionally. .04 and Vanilla Absolutely pure. .At ,
k It>
Goes Jar BROSSIER mean REAL ESTATE Did you : twice as as other kinds and
? WEDDINGGIFT Deputy Sheriff Roper Is In town today 'tile Flavor Is perfection. ,Got spot and right maUl to I that you ihMr a*cool DO YOU KNOWThat
on business connected with his SEE MRS. McALLISTER-BECK 1cc4cuc1 n&ct. You
!! II IA
< office. ( {Roddle Burdfne and T. N. Gantlet ABOUT REAL ESTATE. curt fef caooffct and you
j I Jt.. left last night for the north Mr. cant drink too much. there are a great may men
REAL ESTATE. MRS. McALLIS-; Burdine going;|on a pleasure trip to Another big dance Is set for tonightto ORDCft OK* who Judge other by the brand of d*-
TER-BECK. j New York ana Mr. Gautler going toP take place at the Fair building. The an they smoke?. ,,
} I ugbkeepsie, $o attend business col young society men are giving It and .rAcmeBott1intiWorks
Mr. P. N. Bryan. Fort LauJerJale's I!<;ge this summer.BROSSIER arranging It to be a most enjoyable fAG'I'
pioneer citizen Is in town: today shak- '" affair. ITS A
ing hangs: with his many friends. mean o'j Bare lnv. tm.nt -

Anything yon want done, 114ew&lu.1 Our Norma Marline Brand at I ,
We'll be ready for you when BROSSIER will collect_ your rent Master Maurice Faudel la now filling sewerage, landscape gardening, roads Sixth Street, Wostfr & Ion Factory cents'Is equal'fn fragrance kid aroma '
I the position as cash boy In the built land cleaned. See Fred Rutter 1- _
the' day comes with the right Mr. Wm. Sweeney of Fort Laud- pace of Walter. Wells, who went tlI" MlamL J,- to the regular. 15 cent Havana, CIgmr. .'
.c O s at the RIGHT PRICES erdale, came down this morning on ew York lasts week In the gent fur Our customers all claim !them tho
business: I" -=lins establishment, of Anthony Brolr wants to list ywv property best yet I j .'
I
Honifh Co. 0
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i
I gt (, I Yacht Gloria In Port j__
Typewriting done at the Metropolis
office at reasonable rates: -' > Wantedclean t cotton rags at this The schooner yacht Gloria has arrived T T. KILLS $ HAYESXhe ,'
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office. in port from an extended cruiseIn MOSQUITOES
MAYNARD &SON Mr. Paul Jandon.. who has been seriously ; -I':1 .... I the Bahamas, with a large quantity
111 for three weeks.'Is yet very if Mr. and lira? Isldor Cohen anj (amJlly of shell and other curios. She IDBPICKS FOR lOCENTS Cigar I anOPPOSITE'
f JEWELERS and OPTICIANS 111 and unable to leave his room. left last j night for Jacksonville,I will sail In a few day for northern ,
I here Mr. Coben goes to see his. wife ports, but will return here In the taD.I AT ALL DRUGGISTS '';
I HOTEL BISCAYNE
Next to PoetofHco Mum'L Pier. Wanted-Foreman for orange grove. I I[ a.nd baby on .board one of the Clyde .
.1 Apply in person at the grove. M. S. Reamers en roiiie for New York. Mrs. I Boats Wanted- If you have an amiallary .
Burbank. Orange Glade Section. (:open will spend two or three months schooner or launch 'for sale ,
I tjhere,with friend and will be Joinedlater send detailed description and price J. B. Hawkins. 'B.'U La**.t r J. E. LummuoMiami
\ Mrs. L G i McAllister-Beck -Mrs. F. W. Hahn leaves Thursday by Mr. Cohen. to the Metropolis office, Miami Fla., II I
r for Hendersonville N. C.. where she I It The. Grocery C
will spend.the,summer.: Mallory Line 8. Co. New York, BROSSIER will collect your rwtta 9. :'
Real l Estate Boston,, Philadelphia. E. A. Perry, "
Ten cents a copy will be paid fo ticket agent,$11 12th street Miami. Dollar"and a half book containing Staple and .Fancy Groceries :
copies of the Miami Dally Metropolis Fla. full description San Francisco earthquake .
Rentals, ,InsuranceOffice of April 3. when delivered to the Metropolis I .t J and ore., Katie Scales Cocoa- rRUITSand VEGETABLES
l office. Brought from;Palm Beach nut Grove Fla.,
ji 1 Deputy Sheriff Martin brought down Our stock of I groceries is comolete and- we think we can supply ,
:'ttalchdt Bldg. Miss Willie Hahn.will leave on 1 negro fron1 ;J' Thursday night!tor,Greenville, S. C, norning on a: charge of larceny. Herll t1 ______ only the best I class of groceries and our prices on them Win b* -'
3201.2.12th to visit her relatives at that city. be given s- hearing this afternoon WIII Lay found to bo riiht.; Goods delivered promptly to any part of the ,
Up HtreIt
Suite No. 2. St.
Judge Heyser. city. Our fruit and Tegeabe stock freak. Give call '
-- Count has I always a
; !.been decided thatthe: Novia. ,
Stenographer wantefl-One,"who.can rll ..' owned b ,Mr. and IrL George H.Van- I
: write plain long hand to help on wants If to list your property Meek will not be taken north for 1 Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami Florida f

THE RACKET i .STORES book Address Metropolis.Mr. : :rtie Balance .;paid. the Instead summer to lay as her was up first here.Intended Today but I :

A. Banr. chief engineer of the Among th<''j!legal papers filed for the Novla left for Key West to go on ,
Tilt PLACE! waterworks construction here and also record in thej.):county clerk' office to-I the marine ways for repairs after c .
at,Palm Beach left last night for pay was a receipt showing the balance which she will be returned here and '
Jacksonville, where he goes on basinet payment (tij full ey J. H. Tatum, berthed in the Miami river until fait
*. the Miami Electric Company, for
the machinery, car and equipment
ff said Breeder want to nut your property [ JUSTREAQ
company purchased under con-

F; Ice Tea Tumblers 313 Furnished 11th street rooms at'summer prices' from th M s$ M. L. &; T. Company.' Picture names mad to order. Tas. !o j

I Racket Store.
BROSSIERlmoam
I ,'meeting of the Red Men will be HEAL ESTATE. c ci
held in UllendoriTs Hall Wednesday P Good I
paying established business
60& set evening. Important matters are to, 1 Umbrella >;repalrea and recovered. $8001capital ,
a making
money every day. Only
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come up anj all Red Men are earnestly Leave at Racket Store. ,
I required. J. H. Tatum I: Co. i .
requested be present Mtlons I, I 'II
June Eumh i 110 REWARDLost and if don't ;
find
BROSSIER means ere IIIHSUMIISI County School Superintendent R. E. Pearl you what 2 2yo
handle
I Smith ft: Wesson
Hall I In .
engaged today conductinghe
r revolver 22 caL. a 1-J Inch
; bar
Fan thin dear foridee
straight pass June examination of for
applicant
The coasting schooner Mount Ver- reU Return to this office and receive want tell us of your requirements -
position* u ,teachers In the public
arrived In yesterday fromKeyWest reward.
non. port
table use. Telephone us your schools of the:;county. The examina- i t
with a cargo of general merchandise '
;Jon 1* being'held at the Miami school and
to and a number of passengers.She There are many people who canrent we can comet "
: and4here
order : ErerytUng f glass >nildlng are four white and
., will sail on the return trip. 'to elve 'colored applicants .taking the human nature In the lines of the
.. morrow. bald examination' It will be three or hand. They ten to their own satisfaction pretty near supplying them
!
what kind of .
tour days before the examination will a person carries ,
For sale- Seven room plastered lave been completed. the hand. There are others who can .
house with bath on Blscayne Drive.: tell a man-by the war he, holds his
_W'C" SELL: EVERofTHINo- Wired for light Lot;601 100:Fifty r Bummer Jet at the JtaTacrfordioardlnc head. There are others who can tall
D &ELI. IT CHEAPER per cent, balance four.rear...Invest, Horse K3. Ninth ..trMt.I by the penmanship (I what kind of a
ment." box 637. \t t .person h* Is. and la each case there Is I
W. 11. ,Chaile! & Son j; I{ fresUtered much truth. No. 152. Three lots on Are, D at $500 each terms hilt cash '
Hats, for
Skagg cottage on Avenue C. for you ; summer \Did yon ever stop to think that yon t
rent to November lit finely furnished !(Wm At Mml Conservatory of can tell a arm by Its advertising! No. 153.unimproved.., Two lot on Avenue D and South street '
tin .
AVOHM D, Miami, PTa.t Music? M' Watt
for $%5.00 a month. J. H. Tatum Study the ads In this paper and yon price $800 each or both for $1500. 1i .
sad II Cent Anne at U1S AT*. D. ft: Company. I ;3 j wm be surprised how true to life they !i
M rs. tlJ tI. Bradwell are. This is a better test of oar theory No. 154. I Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 cash, ;1
| than any thing el... Ton know
Hammatt Johnson form rly of this balance in one year. There U a little bon> on this place which :
M. VINCENTPhgsiciaa city but who Is DOW engaged In the the merchants and yon can Judge how
G. ,23 ATMWO D pay $180 pet annum. Property will make business '
skating rink business left yesterday far wrong we are. a good site ,
&
after brief visit here. ( There are the firms who have been In
for'.J1aml. a
,Up.T oDate Millinery No. 155.1 We can recommend this as a good investment -
business On
and Surgeon Messrs. Johnson *: West are assodav- a long time and bars a fair
ed together and have been operatinga Gooc& bu.lnen..t a good profit They are this propertthere a? are six houses in good condition, thi yearly 1
,Female Diseases a SpecialtySttUcMflMMtltt rink In Ocala for the put few Dry Fancy Notions satisfied to let thing take their coarse rental amount to $720 and the price i* only 54750.'wih $1200 ;
131 C months. They have gone to Miami ,Fashionable Dressmaking Their aj tell that they can be foundat cash, and balance in annual payments of$500.
PIa
Olllce
the
tarn old place and their
where they expect to open up in a Callland, Inspect good "
'1! Residence 214 14th St few days.Gainesville Sun. I art io the1" same u usual so there Is no No. 156.J One good two story house facing the bay and 3 ,'
UM 'change the
reading bead theirad
Office 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bldjt.flelineator '
: room --
I j standsthe'same -H the year. and valuable lots for $3200, terms $700 cash and balance to suit '
year after year.: ';
1 I There-.are'other firms who nuke No. 158.1 Three four room, two story cottage price for the

sensational runs of prices below the three, $3000 Will sell separately. We can gin very liberal .
cost price and when yon reaj ,It you terms on thefc. Ask tor them. .
look at once for the hook for yon know .
BargainsI
Grocery : It Is a bait because no man can sell No. 159A new two
story residence
facing the bar
good below,cost unless ho makes Itop just ,
some other way outside the city on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2500. with termsof "

I I ,w4 --ThtrtMs-tha-: with the catch $800 down| baL $300 per annum. If you.want something new
1" I sentence "We want your money." and attractive, this ts the place to buy. ;
Butter the best 27c That was a fool thing to advertise and i
3 months creameryat
the ray It was run showed the firm I ,I.'
t was new In the,advertising SOIL It i
Soap Octagon, 7 cakes f for 25c was ran until everybody was tired
and the papers'did not want to printIt i

New patatoes, pr< peck ; : 45c change any longer.of front Then and that advertised firm madea that !
/or 25 cts they would fill any order made to the
35c catalougue house for 5 cent leu than F. C. Brossier & Son
Old potatoes, good qual'y pk. It could be delivered from Chicago.
t Everybody laid it could not be done /
j f !. but the firm made good their promise
; and that is always the test of value of I I
t : advertising. Their ads have been of )
I II the kind that it takes very little effort Rea Estate and Rental
:11 Magnolia Grocfery ompany. for the mind of the observant. Intelligent Agents :
reader and buyer to see that :
ill I li they are up to Jate and leading In A L '

Lhone 84. Corner Avenue D and 4th Street I I their MIAMI line. HARDWARE COMPANT. I 1200 Avenue D' Miami. !Florida 1

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NATIONAL ORGANIZATION
Dade Co. Title Insurance.1
Of Wholes! Grocers to Be Formed 1 1I

and Trust Compan/! at Buffalo-Today Skirts Skirts I
Buffalo N. Y.. June 5 Represe) ta-
yes of the wholesale grocery tr del
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OF MIAMI FLORIDA, INCORPORATED II forty lour States have come tog tbgr -
here for national convention he
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Paid Up Capital $75.OOO. Surplus. %12.OOO I "tirlnclpal object of which is the formn J
Insure land title, prepares abstracts of title,loan and atlon of a national organization of the
invest money on its own account and for others. Act'as wholesale grocery Interests of Tithe I .5 ,
tnlted States. ;
attorney-in-fact trustee, assignee, executor,1 re- I
agent II
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I The local have made I extensive :
grocers
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oJ Address all communication to
aner or guardian. preparation for the reception
Grand Skirt
i. and entertainment of the delegate Sale at ,
Treas. Miami Florid
S. L Pattrson, Sec and 'hnd a highly successful conventions
expected. The headquarters of .'1!
the grocerymen is at the Iroquois iHo- -
1el where the sessions of the conven-
Wm. Curry's :Sons ion will be held. The opening n eet-
., ]ng will be called to order this afternoon
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and the convention will remain W.MLBurdmeP 1
Key West, FloridaHEADQUARTERS in session three Jays.
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FOR ", !
Ship Chandlery, Building !, Fortunate Missourians

Materials Of All KInd t J: .. When I wu a druggist, at Ujvon-
II ''a. Mo.," write T. J. Dwyer, now of a
Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways,Machine Sho sPorga qraysvllle. Mo.. "three of my custom: One lot white and polka dot duck I.98 Don't Miss this"P Sale ofHosiery
!I er* were permanently cured of eoakumption skirts, worth 2.50, now. .
I by Dr. King's New Discovery I.I. r '\.
All kind ot repairing, Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done. at th fcnJ are well and strong today. One'was One lot white circular flounce 1!
shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert killed meckanlcir tiring to sell his property and' I I.98 1 1'I
I ,move to Arizona but after using New' 2.50 value now . . ,] II. f
Discovery a,short time he ton d It'unnecessary ,
to do so. I regar Dr.' One lot brown and linen skirts tuck
Youngs'; ,Pharmacy :Yang New Discovery 11 the ,{most: and panel effects, nine gored] (
wonderful medicine In enltence.1 250 value, now. . . .f..1.98 I
Sorest Cough and Cold cur: j and
INCORPORATED I j Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteedby !1 I
One> lot pleated circular flounce

A Drug Store for The PeopleThat's ; bottle all free.ARKANSAS Jrnggltts.. SOc apd ft. i iI I|Trial beautifully made, $3.00. no?). .2 48 One lot plain, black ,stainless

our motto, and it has been the means of adding hundreds : DEMOCRATS j J lot plain crown linen skirt 115 worth 1.2c.now. 3 pr. for .. .25'One (j

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1.75,
of new customers to our list. We sell! only the purest | IN CONVENTIONHot now .
One I lot I bI
plain ac
drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered' pharmar One lot misses' white linen fI J' and P. less, 15c value, now..1 I CG
Springs Ark, June 5 Tht
cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice. crean in the city l Democratic: State. Convention ol Arkansas K. skirts, 1 115 and 2.50, no i 1 I. r

2 Doors North of Postoffice 1 I'W. ., opened here today at noo with $1.25 and . 98 One lot plain, black hose, taln18G I
I a full delegation representing every i I i less, 25c value now .-..." .. )
i county in the State. It Is ez] ted Our entire line of all wool I, I Including vollsmohairs. -, .
." E. Youn24rPre that the convention: will remain In and One lot lace hose in black, white
1. session three days. Contesting! dele- English serge novelty 20t'
gallons are present from Hempstead, suitings at a discount of 25] per cent. and tan, 35c value now.... .. ..
'1.- ii Cross Mississippi and Polnsettl cou.tieL .
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II The principal: conteit: will be1 over Sale of Fine LacesWe
black, white and
the nomination for commissioner of I 00|
Miami Transfer mines, manufactures and agriculture, valae, 3 for .4..l|
as none of the five candidates has have added to our lace ale I of 1 last -" 1
enough instructed votes to Insure his week a black lace One lot black and ;White lace

Company nomination Tucker leads at with the first 208 ballot votes. Guy The 6 1-2 to odl ilneno ... . .5 G lisle, value 75c nor ...... ... .48c-.. ,.
nomination for railroad commlillonerIn
the northwestern district will haveto A line of val laces worth 3c to 5c per One lot brilliant lisle lace hose
,_ 22912th street, Phone No: 157 and,, 1121 Avenue D, shone 110 be settled by tbe district eonvea- yard, now 15c and 25c doz. yards black, white, value*1.00. n w. .68c.
Garage and Stable 11th street, near'Ave.''E, Phone No. 100f tin. as none of the candidates has a pe1

f ; Horses, Carriages and i ii clear majority. J"


i:: 1 Automobiles II l Miami Meat W. M. Burdine, 316 and 318 i 12th Sf.

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:: .for hire bj the hour. dar, week or month. Automobile'storage '
:j repairs and supplies. Agents for the famous[(FORD auf I Market
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities ( I '
for moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets every t ain. Baggage .
!:': ; .-' ,, transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT!"; ttention. & T. A. Feaster Prop. leMomliWonderful //Mark's Oyster CtiopHouse\\

r Miami West Palm Beach
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Sea Food Our Specialty.
S.- S
[ 'j >& Heater' l--
Oysters by plate quart or gailon.
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w. J.1 Brown Floridaand i==CURES=
,,. served at all hour 410 12th Street,|Miami, Florida I Il
,-.' Inflamation, Cuts Bruises, Burns. f l :
I 'Western Chapped Skin, Rough ness Blackheads *
.,.h I Pimples and Eczema. Keeps Investigate Before
Complexion soft,smooth and fresh Investing]

; M .Sanitary i Meats Price 25c
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Wind Power
1t J ; Sold bj Biscayne Drug Company
Plumber I: Mail orders receive Ha been adopted by the best people] of the country as the
attention prompt EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTANY cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who have
BUSINESS: them they could have steam gas and hot air too if they want.
I... l',' I' 1317-1319 Avenue D ed Lt., I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot
BEST REFERENCES: :
,Phone 28 Miami, Florida business and with my: pump mechanism that I have just been
:t1019AJ. D, Miami FRED. E. RANKIN granted patent on. I will guarantee jto doable the capacity,
: I BOX 572 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringement will
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l C H. PERRY Cocoanut I Grove, Florida.

PIANO CLEARANCE SALE L


,' :, Contractors Property
: Two- weeks only. Greatest bargains ever offered in Miami of reliable pianos OwnfiIf

:.: rv .All"pianos: marked in ,plain ,figures If you don't want"to SAVE f MONEY, _)'

F we can't help you. If you I do'come to

I Rosewood Upright..2 new Mahogany pianos. ,re0. $425. sale $368 -
The A. MCDonald-Co
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:' I Oak 'Upright, good condition. j I$1 I 5 I $ 65. sale $387; ?material f ,. ,
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and buy Jour bnMiog! l., Long Leaf 4
; F I ,Mahogany fine condition $3b5 at $295 I I" "
.reg. : $475: sale $395 l. '
a Yellow Pine and ,Cypress of all kinds..

;1 I same as new.reg. $425 sale $329 ,1 I C' .; $365. sale $318 We also sell Lime, Brick' ((4 kinds), Cement, Sash Doors]

Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires ...,
I. > J I; new Mahogany! piano,regular$47 sale $3J OOoe Oak Upright regular"$145.00. sale $95.00 at.lowest possiblefigure.[ T1*:y
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4 T ;: .I, .. $475.11 sale $382' ,, !One piano player, new reg. $250_ sale $J95"II You -Know'where- -- are- Lath- -Street.-,_ Miami.Flori--

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S Most of these pianos, can be purchased! low $!$10 cash; $5.00 monthly. Manjrbf them returned_from I I "

',. tourist Centals. Some slightly marred in handling, etc. All first class goods In fine shape fully Chase & Co Otiase&Harn: }

.- ; I guaranteed no climatic eluses.I Call and hear the grand opera: artists sing in : I
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;: 1 THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE i 1 I I CHASE SUCCESSORS&: HARNEY TO, Inc. Fire,

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i FRUIT AND

';"" or your old home favorites. These I jachlnes rray' be .bought for $5.00 cash1.00 weekly. Largest stock of i VEGETABLEPACKERS Accident, and

". .:;. sheet music In South Florida. lOc per copy. Gall and see us, look over our stock and enjoy some good music I Tornado\
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OPEN EVENINGS. : :: I :: TUNED. STORED. [RENTED AND EXCHANGED Cub Dealers In :

Crate Insurance


;. BUSH. AND SAfFORD PIANO CO. I Material )FIDELITY( BONDSOLDEST


Miami, ,Florida. Sole Florida Representatives, Steinway & Sons. I I Packing and Wfehons -: ,
:, a f I frt East End MLmi Elier Dock AGF CY IN MIAMI!

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__ THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS 'TUESDAY.-JUNE 5, 190 "UI.IYIN

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perk: James Hepburn. Polling place, ...
:'school house. '
'I Precinct 1N0. 3-Inspectors Frank
.Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Cos-
grove. Clerk: T. J. Campbell. Polling
WAIT! place, old engine house. [MlEstatfiBargaiiis :
r;: 'Precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse :
.Dougherty. J. L. Uarnett and F. W. :
i Palmer. Clerk' : Cullen Pence. Polling
:place port Ys Packing House.
(I' Precinct '0. Inspectors: T. M. 1iJ'i..J ,.. '
McRae. T. J. Hay good and I. B. We offer few choke properties tot,the .. ,
I Taylor. C,irk: H. B. HoJges. Plug > as follows& f
The Southern Factory and Mills Syndicate, olA!; Boston, I place, school: house. ."
Precinct No. I
Inspectors: J. I. 10 Iota In ;
more / Bay VlIW'addition
at $150 each, after which
the
", Mass., wUl,conduct. one ((1)l ) of their mammothlsales| at 'Bouses Clerk Hardy:,J.D.if.tassel UmsteaJ.and J.Polling W. PI place'rte,. price will be ad anced to $200. .!I f, ,

', A ,. Precinct 1 lot on 10th etreet. near Ave. C, a big bargain at ..........I1BOO I"

1 The Empire Dry -GoOds Store. The;pie Hill startSaturday Marshall d.:0.1nlpeCtOri T. King and: W.Eep.yBryan. W. 3 Iota on Fifth treat, each................ .......... .....145040

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Clerk! : R. A. Bryat.place Po.tind House and lot o< Third street 6 room, fine place easy twine tHOO
Stranahan's .
: store. f t
iL. Precinct No. Elegant home oe tth .
Inspectors: J. S.
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Wofford, J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp.
Clerk: J. GUuo ,
June 2M: .school ho e. Poling place Riverside lots are selling'rapidly I but we have a,few chole* [I....* ..

Precinct: '"o. 9 Inspectors: Paul left. at the following price:,' |
i I Matthews Fora ell and J. I. Pet- : >
ers. J. A. Daughtry. Polling I .
place, school house. Corner lots on Twelfth Street..... ...... .... .......... ..|1290

$25,000 worth of seasonableMerchandise Townley' Precinct, pfo- Inspectors: T. L. Inside lots on Twelfth Street... .... .... .... .... ......|1000 i
DaW Miller
and S. L.
Patterson 14.Clerk: R. B. McLendon. {Inside lots on ether streets...... ...... ...... ...... .....(|.t7M
Polling place, Fair building. ther streets..11000 t
1I Precinct No. Inspectors: B 8. I.
Potter Andrew Hardee and Jackson y-I I '.
receivedI Peacock. Clerk: J. W. GaUaway. water, sewer,-lIhtl", paving,and street.raUws will
.
Polling Shone's old
pace store.
be down ,there .ta the I.CM*. sixty dare.H' / '
Precinct No.
I t Inspectors: I .T.
Stephen W. J. Daugherty A. T. ,I ,
-I Dural. Clerk: Thos. Mitchell Polling 'j'

the factories and mills fort thRemember sale place.j Precinct Tweedell'a'No. 13-Halt Inspectors. Henry J.HI
s special
: Cost man. Wm. Anderson and J. Car Tatnm &
"CjO.-
tello. Clerk: H. '.1.. Proctor. Polling H'
place, school house ;

n. dates' of sale d I "'Scott.' Precinct R. BlackwelJer No. Inspectors and J. F.: WJL Sax ,

4 : on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place, ,
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.1 \ :( Saxon's store
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) = AT THE" ii; Precinct No. IS-Inspectors: M. A.
I! Marshall S. M. Alsabrook and A.C. See Dr. 'I
g Frost. Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Polling .Bujnhahi



Ern pi reJry) ,'.Goods( ; : : ,Store .the County tickets.i The close place voting furnished Executive of school such shall elections house.Committees by be the by, the State ballot, Inspectors and and on at The Miami I :I Surgeon ai SpecialistIf I I I l


and clerk shall proceed to canvass yon are a sufferer horn anj Chronic Disease Ulcera, Tumors, Cancers
the vote in accordance with the
:: or BloW Disease, Catarrhal Throat
State law, and shall at once forwardthe I any Diseases of Head,
partifwars returns to the Chairman of the i Langs: Stomach or Bowels, DTipepsia,tndigeatwoD! Recta) f
'Miami. Florida. Watch this for further
\ paper County Executive Committee.The | Diseases, FemaleDiscasts d I

:=:... -- ...::.. --::.;.. __"'2- :::. _:H .:: -.., assessments to be paid by the. All Latest Electrical Aids. : ldedicints (
various can4l.atu'aha11 be u follows HoieopalMc c

<'i Representative: .......,.....| xf.OO and a large stockj otSpeda111pttspiredremedialtorSpcctal| wori
Clerk of Circuit Court....... I ''
o 1M.OO Ladies Maid!
JIC Al mm i Tax Assessor ..:........... 75.00 Always in:AttfDdancc z4 r.
?fi 5 <. Tax Collector .............. 71.00 in Metropolis BuildiD .
Upstairs From 9a.
Miami Business DEMOCRATIC JIG (GALL; County Treasurer .......... 71.00 m. to 4 p. m. Sun excepted t
:Directory County Commissioner ........ 10.00
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Member Board Public Instrnc. 10.00 '
I"f -- Justice of the Peace ..,,.... 1.00
Constable .................. 1.00 Lofton
The Out of Town Buyer and thou within the city will find In the K meeting otthe Dads County Denoc County Fish and Game Warden i.OO & Einig
list. below. th* a4dr..... of Miami'Merchant under ratle Executive} Committee,was belj Supervisor of Registration. 1.00 .
classified heads for reference. s
ready All candlates are required to file a -
at Miami, FIa| on the 14th Jay of
written application to have his name
M irch. 1906. pdfsuani to adjournment. appear upon the official ballot the
..}. BRADY a co. M .. CREVEN line-follovlnf< can for a primary blanks furnished by the committee on Machine l Shop

41r.sh' mtta and Vegetable! Dealer la Drugs, Patent M.d.11th .,. election was adopted._towU: accompanied with the fees above set
tinea, Toilet Cotlce is then i forth with Geo. P. Bull of OJus. Fla.
Ave Article Stadoa hereby given Jut Across The River. .
i Street. Cor. D. Miami. Ha. DeoUcratlc :.Secretary,and Treasurer of the County !
wll be a Primary Kleetion : >
1107 Avenue aMRS. IDamI.aa4 .
7ue7'Oroova.. Gram Democratic Committee on or before ,<
Hay .
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held In tie] sereral elections dIr the 16th day of April. A. D.1XX. ,
.llapea. Fertiliseri. .. C. BECK tr eta of Dad+ county Florida oa The Democratic County Executive Will your engine on short notice.
Beat Xstata. May 15th'isoiL and U necessary oa Committee shall meet oa Monday. lay
:J. ..,LUMMUt, Suite J. Co and I Jane IS, 1806llor the nomination ofall'Democr 21, 110. at the County Court House reppr Engine Men.V e carry '

Dealer 'la Groceries, Grain. no 1.1 Twelfth street. K1 mf.Fla tl
Bay aad Fertniaen. WILSON eV HUOOLESTON County I to be doted for by the Democratic candidate are nominated by a maJority ,
I til 12th Street I aIId. Fla. Real Estate aal lasmraaee electors at the general eieo- vote for each county office and 1* screws, switches _
.. don to be held November 6th. 1906 what cases a second primary will
129 M Twelfth street '.,, KhuaL ..,,. aid to be appointed by the Democrat- have to be held.
THE MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO.Dealers lc| Governor otthe: State between theJate 'W. A. Filer.Chairman..
la GrocerUe, and A. ... CAMPBELLDealer of holdlnt such, primary election Lof
Bay Attest: Geo. P. Bull. on&Eig
In Dry Goods Clothing and the holding of the primary :
Grata Gents' Furnishings, election A. DJ IMS. Secretary.
A... D aad-4th ft' 'Mlaal.'Fla. sll bents It 'Miami.> Fla line fonowlq'o1DClra' are to be nominated ,
at tall' primary election to- Sciatica Cured After Twenty Year of
!! wit: (fcS: Torture. I I
J |11| .Representative la Congress, Second -- t
Congressional District. Great Reduction
For more than twenty years Mi.
[ M. J YarboroughContractor : Justices of the Supreme Court J. B. Massey of S32 Clinton street,
{11 Railroad Commissioners. Minneapolis, MInn., was tortured by I
p Member of the Boose of
S Representatives.
and !'BuiIQerBaiidet f& which sciatica.he,,.endureUdnring The pain and this suffering time In Gents Summer Clothing and Shoes
:
I 11. Clerk of circuit Court for naex- Is beyond comprehension. Nothing

p red term. ?ii gave him any permanent relief until and Ladies Skirts GOING AT COST.
flotel 1 County Assessor of Tares ,
.. of the Palm. Beach he used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One '
1 Tax Collector. I I
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[ application of that liniment relieved I
.
)}1 County Treasurer. j
House Moving SpecialtyMiami I S County Commissioners. the pain, and and less made than sleep and bottle rest possible has Loan Office P.
City
one .0
Opp -
I S Instruction Members of County Board of Public affected a permanent cure. If troubled I I .

Florida with sciatica or rheumatism why not J.
j 1/1/ Supervisor of Registration. try a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and .
I Member ot the Dade County Democratic .
Executive-.Committee for Pre see for :yourself how quickly It relieves .

.. '......> dIJIcta'NOLI'; &lad'7. respectively. the pain. ,For sale by Biscayne
-- -- Co. and
1 1J1$ Justice of:the Peace and 1 Contable Drug an drugglstiWe

,FOR FIRST candeLKt la snd> districts as hSTS va i Fort Dallas Land Company ;

CLASS ..Horse''S9'eing 1/1/f' Fish and Cams "Warden. use, Now Ready to I'urnlshTribune _
l e rules goTernlnj said primary
AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE
election shall.be.the tame as those SncU
L. F. LaFoiitasee 708 7th St. Adopted by the Democratic Executive.
Committee at:their meeting held la
:Jacksonville on February: 24, ISO, for and other Has on its Listssome
governing State Primaries, so far aa '.
the same shall applicable to the r
Southern Marble & Stone Co. County Primary. Those and only! makes of Bicycles
those PlI'IOUtha11 be permitted to become .
4 .. HOQAN STREET.JACKSONVILLE candidates' before or rote at or I particularly attractive sites for
participate ba'fhe management of said
Headquarter for ,
: primary: electlonwho declare their adherence
both residence and
i business
BiiiMing Stone Marble etc. to th* principle and organisation pur-
, of th*,Democratic; Partyjatlon-
An investment in Miami
28.
al. State aad!county. who are by the pos real !
MOSAIC AND/ TILE WORKFOR laws'of the State lawful electors ot estAte
I the election)districts la which they is safe; sure of quick returns
FLOORS, BATH ROOMS. MANFELS. ETC. offer to rote, Jrho hare paid their polltaxes
....1.<.. General Cesaetcn Worift etc.-- lecallyjidu* not leu than tenOars .

Larpi Weik OMsnUM FaciUtlM .... before said primary elecUo and
Los Tnci** Prompt .Ice. who shall when challenged by an elector
------- pledge In';writing upon oath before The bicycles and other JOHN B. RCJLLY, J. f. INGRMAM. .
any Inspector to abide by and goods are the best standard -

"Wire for Me Money TO Loan lupport rapport the the result nominees of such thereof.prlmary.and: I goods on the market Agent For!! Dallas Land Vice-President Dallas

The polls shall be opened and closed :Hartford Company Miami Florida. Land Co., St Augustine.f .
t the leTerat"election districts at the< and other Tires. r
ours fixed 6j the general election 'Coaster Brakes fitted to old
land I'll Wire For You"FhDne
law. The following named persons! ,
On Short or Long Time are hereby appointed Inspectors and wheels. All work guaranteed
clerks for the several election dlsI ; E. A. Robinson
: 176 Easy Parents ** eta: !$ Best. new wheels for rent\ ,
Precinct No;. Inspectors: N. H. I -
12th Street. Blue Front
Parks. H. & Stypmann and B. 0. 231 at
H. BROWN
C. Ball. ClerkCurd SchroeJer. Pollingplace Contracting Electrician,

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Dade Go. Security Co. Bowers Precinct, ,Bair P. Jto.Kitchen fs,store.Inspectors and E. C.: Miller.Frank I Carroll & Clark ,Tel.. 216. 1019 Ave. D, Miami FloridaTENPACEB.

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!L LATE NEWS, BY WIREBOILER .


: T j ,> I 1i Infants Wear

EXPLODED TODAY ,
AT MT. STERLING KY. *

! The BargainCounters i 1f)onnt Sterling. Ky.. June 5- The. -
bailer In Lawrence A: Co.'. sawmill
atj Brenchburg. blew up today, killing
thtee and fatally wounding three otb.
et men. The money loss will be
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, heavy.ti ARKANSAS. DEMOCRATS Wednes 1 1f
Thursday ;

[ ARE"*"IN""CONVENTION ay, 1V: I

Hot Springs, Art, June 5 The
Site Democratic Committee met here
today with a large attendance. The
i primary nomination of John S. Little Friday and Saturday
for Governor, will be ratified by the
convention. The contest betewen GOT .
ehior Jefferson Darts and the present
t Sinateshlp will be a feature of the
convention.BURTON'S. iof
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, ANNOUNCED RESIGNATION TO SENATE this week we will sell anything in this( line aI hail prlceInfant's

Washington. Jane 5 Immediately i ,-:
after reading the Journal today the I '
\lce-Prwldent laid before the Senate
! At Sewell's Governor Hoch's telegram announcing
r the resignation of Senator Burton. No dresses, long 50c to $6.00
comment or action'was taken.
:
k. RAILROAD-d1LLRETURNED InfAnt's dresses, short 35c to $6.00 ; :

f,. | TO CONFERENCE Infant's underskirts,long 50c to $2.50Infant's ?
; Washington. June 5A discussion
\".:., o| the railroad rate bill's conference underskirts sbt 35c to $2.50 t'
f report In the House today showed concjuslvely ;;. .
that the bill will b e sent
back to the conference. that The result.confess Infant's J Jthnonas 75c to $1.50 :t tLL:
said they had expected

''j : : "'. ;,w."t are i i1t :, .t FLORIDA& P08TOFFICE Infant's Sacqnes 35c to$2.00 .

| APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED ,
j EWashlngton. June 5The President \ Infants Lawn Caps, go at an prices :I :;
today sent the Senate the following
1t t ,- W.Dominations It. VanDused for Florida Klsslmmee postmasters; W. R.: Above line this! week only at hall price

O'Neal Orlando, and O. 8. Oakes, Fenilandlna
f" I' :
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|0 INSPECT THE FRESH .
1 MEAT INDUSTRY

OerflowioL
! r 3 Chicago June 5 Three sanitary
L Uapectors were sent today to the
tock yards by Commission of Halth I
IVhalen with Instructions to make amore
thorough Inspection of.the handling
t of meats, to examine the sanitary BURDINE i QUARTEKMAN
Conditions surrounding he employees
"., ,and to make.an Immediate report of
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' ," < the general conditions as they find
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': i' 7 t I '!'', .'\.L: '''with y good :;. Twelfth Street c rner Avenue C Miami Florida
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f I showing condition of UH Bank at close of business May tth as reported to.
| onu1W'W yon Join me In a dunkMr. the hats Comptroller.' 1 f :
., .Hippo You will note oontltaed increase In strength and ........... Our""'... J
hankpr cc | Hippopotamus don't care If I do; posits are nearly 1 quarter ., a million dollar .Our cash o. hand and In
.Jtut a mouthful,. please.-Philadelphia banks Is over one hundred thousand dollars, or nearly 60 per cent of our
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't Preu.. deposits, when the law .requires only 20 per tent ,Wo have a respectable.
...... surplus, no bills payable or notes re-dlseountod ,l. fact the statement
heb r. would bo considered an Excellent on. and one that we are proud of. ]
Ws extend our thanks to our friends,for their liberal patronage, and
pledge ourselves to merit their confidence In tke future as In the past I :

K Shirts at half PrIce. Respectfully WM. M. BROWN. President !! ..,,
R. R. McCORMICK. Vfee recldentJAft.
f H. OILMAN Cashier.' .", I
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1 Hats at half pricelothinqaarce! Y 0 F BAY BISCAYINEI

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Loans and Discount .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1145410 h 55
County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .., .0.. .. ,. '.. .. .. .. .. ... ,.,3.11551
United States Bonds .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. ..! .. .. .. .. .. 0'. ". '200 00
-Ton kaow.\l, felt'awtllD7 cheap City of Miami Bonds.. ...; .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 2.000 00
when I asked yon to marry me. j j8be Real Estate Owned .. .. .. ...... .. ..... .... 17,011.1 ,
That's why, .I accepted. 1 .... ...... ..
j Furniture and Fixtures ... .. .. .. .3,115 25
bought!'JOU wet a-bargain.lf w Expense Account .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. ,. ....:. .::.. .. :. .. .1,21a ., "'I
1 York Wald.Vsww.abt.. CASH. RE.oUR fd : ".i ;; '< .

In Empire. Trust GO..J! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..t33,8 1.22 f, I
H lrrNas. ,. In Florida Bank and Trust Co. .. .. .: .. .. .. .. .. 25417 51 Ii
In Atlantic National Bank .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25463! .
I In Vault .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .": :". .. .. ..'.i .11,146. 01' i
Do not buy until you inspect t ese iy \ 1 i
: .I 1 I. t J Total Cash .. .. .. ..; .,.;..,'.:. ..I.. ... .. .. .. .. ;.."' 1 t10a.0t5.0S ;, I r 1"

L }goods and prices 1 LIABILITIES $27778185

:..__... J. .. Capital Stock .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. 27,300 00
i Surplus .. .. r. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 'WOO 00
: .if We can :save youybig money Earnings .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..4,147 47 j .
Certificates of Deposit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21.103 83 .
: I Cashiers' Checks .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3J01.S3
-I Individual Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..21W1041
,- '" Total Deposit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....
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'I : Tommy-Ma, Freddy's crying('cause I, Jaa. H. Oilman,,ashler of Bank of Bay Btscayne, do solemnly. swear I I
I'm eating my cake and won't give him that the above statem.nt Is correct [ I
Uro.1 any. | JAS. H. OILMAN Cashier.
; John Sewel & Mother Is his own cake finished? Sworn to and subscribed before me this tth day of May 1tOB. J JQeorge I
Tommy-Tes, ma, and be cried whenI R. omph.. Notary Public.f
;!t L 1 II r was eating that too.-Woman'],Home ,f ,j I'
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