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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
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'HE MIAMI METROPOLIS.





VOL. I 10-NO. 44 MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA APRIL 20. 1906 liGHT PIUS

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SAN FRANCISCO WRECKED = I ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY i! f FAITHFUL TO CHILD





BY AN EARTHQUAKE NEW[ NAMES N [ NOW DEISTDED 6 6s [ MOTHER[ LOST





NOTHING CAN CHICK I This, the Tenth Precinct of Dade Countj-Diputy Registration HER LIFE

THE FIRE RAVAGE: I

ITH Oakland Cal Afrtl H. I a. m. Officer Joi Chaille Gives Sam Intirestmj Information.There .

WHOLE STATE SUFFERED TERRIBLY Fire la atlll raging throughout; Sao I
: Francisco and there I I. no pontlblllty I|I -- I II

of I" topping until It hag expended I
Itself for want of material to con I have been registered! In prerlnct 'law relative to qoallncallona, refaaed MRS. RHYME WAS Kit LID

I ime. The city la doomed. No 10 Miami since the boob swear to their cltlienahlp. tome of i

The authorities\ are atlll using d'nl'l| opened April 2, to the present date them stating they woulj register later '

ian Francisco Practically Wiped Out Of Existence-. mite to stay the flamet..< but a new in i new names, of perton who harecome while..>. other declined positively to do I
misfortune bat hap of ae tlnce the last meritlection I
are 3f'NDJ.l1 exhauated i iry ( The registration book cloy on the At
.
West
: > 1 or suite have ,' "1 the Jupiter YeiUidaj Mori-
I r.-I e to dth.
sal I all
Fire Completing The Work bualneaa bulling; and half [: persons who aart not
I pre-lrcf and .
are qualified
according ,.
r elstere.l ai that .
tilitnt portion of the town have al time lll. -TWable.
i 10, law to citizenship In he precinct 110.1010 t ing By North Bound Passenger -
rtaJj been Jtttrt: e'THOUSANDS t
Of Destruction t.n.t 1 county The following Information relative
.
Th" wks. of the precinct accordingi a't paying poll taxes la published for Train From Miaml-

HOMELESS I i, '. :a.' ,'ar. r\l hnn! and registration. 'he benefit of tho e not tborougaly -anullar .
IN OAKLAND ,. !lIb 'h.I'f' !ICY: recently Tried to Cross Trick
I follo lEg Information from Log Aagclta persona tnt I with the requlrementa of the ,
Oiklanl 1. Tal Arrll 19-Thin.and I'IH'l I I. how l.'H: plejIMe voters In I: w In the premises I : |

It li reported that a thousand lives of homeless refuge t have come here 'h., preclnc, tn.meh rh" nn r"181011 .Any male person who became IIir After Her Child

THOUSANDS HOMELESS were lout In the vanhquake at San f-x j >m San Francisco Idora Park baa '0 Vmil.!le ti%' the B"a.l. of. Toinnf I or age; heft, January 1. I lH. .

Fraaclaco Both the Postal and \\eat 'ben turned over to them and thocburcjie f "iinnil*>inner will 'N II 'inn.Ire,1 or Iii''" i,a' "n? f r -acti of the year
j: and thArrra bite been utelo "vo"f natnr4 ricten from the! het Vi a"4 mil 1'515 I
t'nlon
era Telegraph Co balMlng
.
i .
haxe been deatroxedDii .!'ie'1'er. them I I' (I- 1niKislhlt| yet of moral from rh, com \nmi.!. p' n on wan became Hiir
,.'rou flrea' are eating their way d .....I."..*e ''he ""ainaee lone In this 'ni: ;pan''. :.t ic' '. nth ''1.1.I ',,'h(>r cause : of ate if'pr Jamary I. I90,, 1 1an'l I A most IK' resting arctileo l reatilt

cltx( *- tarirtv'eren, mne hix.. Veil I before January I. IKla. Ins In the kll in< otI r. Rhymes bynonhhotml
i Food Supplies Short-Government a'rmg! : Market street and at last reports .,.. mutt p.y"n.
A.p ras ] :'I\'inol the n1Im' .
pHPII >+'r I
poll fur '
tat th
were near the Palace Hotel The ... par W5 laxtncer train No 7$,
aster mains ha>..- hur nod the Ottdepar'mrnt 'FIRE HAS REACHED .2:1": ', I.qII _\n11'. *>. r."n who came to the I which '-a\, hen a'R; :*> o'clock sm
Supplies- ,
Furnishing 'I" r t't"n! '!I Ie" J'. I ..
| In atmilu'rh helpless Ail RESIDENCE SECTION hill -'it-: f H"-i la V ate, ''anllaro-: .
; '.. .1.... :h.I' tiI I U h.esa! snort.lin'asco
Ih morninu "
'.
r- '' .
'
a"c "I. ,
.
ilnfei I I. Minpen-leil N -w York. Atoll 1>- The \\ttern mil"i : nr : .a! fir" each of
Congress Appropriates $1-I __ _> i I'nlon Telegraph Company rrerlrrla ,, 'I" 'f' 111" "_ (-0111 oh- ; i I'r.' ', '!h,. i it 1 1"ffl :nit 1 Iti'in front : hr depot it West Japitfr -
.., "s I'. rc,,r', 'n 'ha pro rlctTV .\ n .iV .
porl tarlx \o\r\\ hat the nI"! p.r; "n wIa came '0 the.rre
SHOCK T SACRAMENTO
000.000 For Relief-San I it 010'1 of 'h. '11 enm'nt r cmV. .f Flirll. '
_"'l. .u'I l 'o Knoh Hill 'nt tdtdent art I ftfr Tanna- 1 19M tKUi'i: .d '*i<> accident| in,I'care that
IIlIrPllm"n' Cal April 1! A >e- h ... ,
t Tit 'rrt-f' r- ar' n "'f .-. .li.i-. -
'j i 'n nf San FU'J'I."o. .h'rp in '10- > I' 1. !Ibel: must pay .
Francisco Property Loss Will oar'hq'iakt shock occurred I here < fI'. I th>' ('rok l. H'in"':i.'on an 1 .J.! nl\ h tit t .T (t. n."a\ ,i trt.. .' ;''.11 x To- 'h 1'1': 1915 M i Rh :, i. ah?> wi- about 23:: years

< .;Ir: this mornlnc G-eet confusion her ,if th meet, h"'i'-1 In the ("I'" u ant 'l c., p 1.1 ;,;" \Ir ( htal: ? *; '11'' ", "-i //11) VvnTip ">5 "f ae. std l 'h.. iui"t b"r of a inre*' year
R-.ch c ''1', It In t'npna'ibte to learn the : 'b ,,,- '. .
S200.000.000e21 A > .. ill' .r. c f .':' '-. f"r. .I I ,'.'lIIry I. 1'10)1. l lMJit I. 0.1| chit: I I. learored, io cross the
'a.J rr, i of :amaze :No' lax of -., ..:. h. K. .. -' t'. ti-i. n.f th, >. font 1 .
tall
tatnt'st't' "
,
:
Iro.1 ah the
ii! '
:GENERAL FUNSTON n m<'in was
It iin>rtel F F. t' R. :w t .. ..
Five Hundrtd.
About I t'n': 1" retIi > ''''n"' '10, ipcame :j1:; ', .,,,
WIRES THE SITUATION i I' 'Ii d" rai, 1.JcnJ: r<'n her
.. .
r..r ;n "r. Ii" I : '. '1:!. I', '>f tji. ,t''r tiiinn: 1 V, 1914! .
i.h'DRtoa!' Ap:11 13- 11e ,v apartment !V '' .. .
EXTENDS HUNDREDS OF. MILES : I 1'11' Ir .t' \ of. nncnn. In in" 1 llci" mist 'h < ill i. hnh la on 'ib. utter

i L-_'..uol'rJ; ; 1 I' The t'n'on! PaR this morning rthi.l a ,\its "i 1"1:1" 'r' I II aIt' h"r.! vet ,- '1 'tv r. h \ TT 1 I'IOI pnv ,. :e 'J i, v i h i mine :It A pet doc
l' .etch boat i General Flint:on ,'.'t'r at ,'. . I In'ltol I ,,(
'c f "a. r"" ",'ini.". ,.)r's all its t !! It ri-7 I .!- > quail1'tI V .. i i '10 hI' lost w o1nol run "or the woman
B1 ,. E1IN-A:' 1FRRIBLE EART -41.4 Franclrctj Iota uioiiirx chUb .\ .. hr .
u > "r 1I':1! t-'lIh Their it.' : i r. -.1.1! \\ I hit ti I.. "'. !o x f -i ill p"'1 I ass u i f i rh tract. clouta.
al.. I r.. ', ,. >.,. 1. I." 'It" nimau
BT *
Qt: E F'' LLO\\-ED OTHER 51) i' a ''q r n. 1".1 1 thf earthquake aniii. ) : 'I'
Vtl.i. SHOt Kb (XX I'KREU AT S4 1 t ? ,','n.1. 0' H fTfal Dnndred"nn I'I It luiyusl'! : 'I.J\\' :.' i iuf rrt. volt i r 'i.ihnron! I :. IKo' t:' d. ;.. ', .. h '" r.II", :1I. M : v.i .. .in,I K "> .1| u- 4Bilyoe .
I, II, tu th, ful:1 e\'"nt of the ,tiuIP' n. ,. '. I ,
mile N n 11 n. : 'j I fit 'I. 'I', ,f' h" '" 1. 1914c IIH"ICII" i I' r i. anlcdI ::
FRANC' ('C AT oh' CLOCK TH: 1MORNING '
Th clu U prartica'ly let fondTroipt '
.
n at 1"r"IO"I: 1\ 11"1 1'.ln r-aI tbf :1""' fr ..m I"a'l .n "a-a 1.lnC'.m h" ru (IreMK -
liFSTROIING MANY have been al ling for poi r" li,, : nan wa. 'nr ur ". a r, the
Ht.IRETI OF BnLDI\08.:' ET(' FELT ACROSS CONTINENT :oa"l1nR! tb. ttr..'. an I u,xm ,wur hor I:i p !,1 h He late :Mr. Rhyme

ANL > Al SIS GREAT LOSS Or" \\'II.htrch.n. April .1< inc San nrdr '\D.I I tt l Itt: ..uik In cmjuc'ion) TWO\ BRIDES-EltCT ARE TENDtRFD ; rh I h.' back fr.i."i' 'il 1. aide i

Frarlsarihquakt. reaches scrods lII'l1h i' tat < iiv authorities Mini, f '., "II it. r n I da'h l .',,: Pn :be trek
LIFE FIRE BROKE OUT AFTER tie '1't' continent lan Las lot been declaredCn .
i,I ... an 't'y'l' : t i 1,1t a r'o rash her
Ttlt FIRST SHUCK AND IS COsEC Tb > IT>orr.pb. of tb wia'hT hll-I car not sent I too mans .ntt n I 1 li I r. .. it'rr 'no .. >man

MING THE BfSIVESS PORTIO : -AI' here. .hts'd *uchlolect agi; i I or ration About two hundred Ihout- A DELIGHTFUL LINEN SHOWER : bad,I "fvn "'rlck, VV'IMnc'no! nodneln

THE 'loo at (ill i ) clock thla morning : and people are bomele Food I ver> : O> THE CITY PEOPLE AR ;
'd; r'... I n ,'a..1 l "If the recording icarce at all the provision !hinnekire I i -1 I, nf .nl I 'h>> 'rain wan; topped and
IN A STATE OF PANIC WHICH IISuEscRIR.8LE >te.> The Instrument la .'PI vlbrat \ gone\ All government nut .!hugs -- l'I"k".1 I ip; ", the .on of he 'raj

THE FIRE WAS nz at noon fhnmin the earthquake< II were destroyed"CONGRESS The him" .'..f :Mr ml.! Mn 8 L tug IK an. nl I ta't. filneaa The : .."ly Thp rhill I. call tied to the dOC
RAGING AT LAST ACCOl'XTS AND baa 1 not yet ceaaed |I.. i 1'1t.0 11th > l
on 'r" r M the crneeln He! "Ioc'p r"gn.'ati I toe it the clash 1 inn frnm the trick able, the

THE DAMAGE HAS ALREADY I I Iavg I APPROPRIATESA \\' ..1. \ afternonf. i *.dal] tune nulling rike. the list step being to ,i I holy:I rf h. M I 'th. r \frff 'cc 'be other
.
REACHED 140000,000Fraadaco I THE DAMAGE EXAGERATED MILLION TO SUFFERERS. 'Ion. which was alt igcthpr perfectly pilL l; 'i. ",k ,. ;i r ..H ), attached I ,,
I Salt Lake City. April IS- Report Wathlngton. April 1>- The Senate ear-Ird'III' and I ull of VI the uut>'ailvneri '" rice lnni nv' fro..F'1 cake Instead' tl'II11rg: 'tams lent aOCI"'lnN'l The

April II -Saa Fraa a received here by the Poatal Telegraph today adopted without formality a that mark a nhower fo of cake. 'he .l lea ported. and nestling ') chill!! I was taken la charge b,. n"'ttll-'

due was practically e4 by aa Company officials\ Indicate that Joint resolution JlrectlQg tbe secretary lirlUi fleet The "oh01l t'r" was given Inxl le were .!talntlly! tied] package I hor. whtlaup! holy of the goober was

earthquake at 1:10 this moralaf. I: the Brut reports of tbe damage by the I II 'of war to ae all army rations and by :Mrs Patterson In honor of ) with carU' vrarlnj the name of th,, carried to her home :Mr Rhyme. the

The hock lasted tine mlntel sad San Francisco earthquake are : qnartermaiter supplies\ any appropriating Pearl Gardner ..n.1II: .I E91e Welsh '!onnr and f"r which! tH'1le 1 Inl..n".I.1 father an I hiuhand. was orkla( la

tboaaaad of buDdlag wr damaged I ated eU't'r-1 |S03.000 for the relief of the ,i whoae marriage take place next :Mon I The*., pre.en 's were 'otely i some I a dell I tome 01 li mites! dEan' ant did

or dectroyeX Th. loa of Uf. U great I I I California infferer day within a short time of each otb..r.I I' -p.ld"II'' n. '.('tel wI l-h a view to the1 I II no know rf the afflirtlon tha- had" befallen

No water wa to be bad sad Sraa I i DAMAGES FORTY MILLION' I The retolntlon was sent Immedlate- ,, Mini Marie Patterson Hitter of :\Ir.I'1 I needs of honaekeeplna; '! : h'm until some time afterwards
broke oat all over the city AH wire I ,I I lv to the hoote for action, and. there I II Patterson and their guest thU aeaaon. I I Four courses of light refreahment On the return trip rom Tort Pierce

accepting one of tb* Postal Taletrapb I the resolution wag amended by makIng assisted the hostess In rf'N'I"lnll.tra. were served while all were chatting to Miami, lilt mliht the train waa stopped
Company, have goae dowa.Tb I Baa Frandaco April 11. I:4S a. mAl the appropriation or relief a million J.m"I.: Jackson Jr sister of the abont the myaterlou cake Mia, 1| at Went Jupiter where! Mr Roeem -

city ban, ooattag aevea rnUUoa thla boar the Ore I I. atlll apread t dollar hoateia. and Mr John Sewell alllO Sadie Kolb rare 'he toast to "the appeared. before the coroner jury

dollar Ilia ro ... Th* coafaalom ,' till and the damage already' Inflicted :: assisted In entertaining i bride" ant they In tnrn drank to Ibe'' Impanellel to Inquire Into 'he deathof ,

sad eidtemeat U ladeacrtbabl Moat ''I. roughly estimated at ort, million II WAR DEPARTMENT ORDERS 1 I I The luxuriantly appointed parlor. health of the haste,. the unfortunate woman The eCro -

of the people were asleep sad belag ; dollar.. PROVISIONS AND TENTS were shaded an.] tithed hnlllantlr. II I II At the Russian Japageae gneaalng | fireman te.tlfje
awakened ached late Be streets la I Wat bin( OII. April 1*- Prompt ae- i I I' After the arrival of the gnet the1 I I content Mlna: Jeanette Watson won the | III not tee the woman and could not

their Bight clothlac. Bnlldlnga swayed lion hat beta taken by the war department two brldea-to-be arrived. and werebidden :I I'Hie' a pretty white fan, and Mlaa I Ag hare earn Itt'. but :.ad he ilnne w>. he

aaA. crashed borylng the oocapaata. Thursday Morning. I la attending the Baa Fran to the back parlor Thla uses. Ness SlUh I whose welding day 1.I fan I coull not haie pr retifn| h. acridenta

Pale prevail la the don ton i dare tnfferer with all available re- danced both panning beneath! the hate pproachlng. won 'he connotation, aI' 'the li.I.n,.. 1.1w,5 the wnmaa

Jlatrict The Lylck,,HomM was badly .laoarcea at the command of the depart 'I bell of white flowera with white rib-I|: box of chocola'e hon bona and endue when site Juiri..l nn the

damaged bat lie to** of lit. U reported ''ment! Shelter will be provided and : hon atreamer held by little :Misses Photographer;: Kanfman, and Mr Pat. I Iteraon track wan '("(1 hnrt fir h'm' tu h...

tII.,... Baa Fraadaco. April 11 Today i two hundred thousand ration have Ethel and Helen Jackson who at the also. took flash! light naps of I .rop".I" Mr Rnzei t h'. "CI',.ot 1 'hllb.
Later The baiiaea aectloe of th. I I I 'opportune. moment caaaed the bell tll''' .. lid Mn
dawned OB a acene of death and detractloB. I been' ordered from the Vancouver barrack 'the croup not Rh ne acd dM' not
city from Market street to MI.aIotatrMt Daring the Bight flame !I *. and a largo amber of tent ', give forth Ita aecretn tna'ead of tin These present at title wholly dellcht know ''IP ha I Men "tr>irk. irlll 't oldno
.
and from the bay back has bees I contained many o' the dty' fiaen I II from there and other army poata. en. visiting carJa with loop of rlbhoc fill ".hone-' were the following: Mr*. I 'b* *r. man. ..bn.saw hr f om

completely: wrecked I tincture and kipped la a doses General Fnniton. commanding ha* '' and rose petal fell about the tnrprl- S. I. Pa tenon. :Mrs John Sewell' his il,,1.l f 'h- rat TII, r'n was

Tbe Call and Eiamlner building direction to tile resIdent portion. bees Baked whether he will need adtloaal 't'd pair Mm James :M Jackson Jr Misses | ruing. a' about ihlm n\e mllr pe.

were destroyed and many banding The entire Jtttrtet known aSouth t troops. and If (o Secretary Taft '' Later the company was nnhered to i'Ihe i Pearl' Gardner. Ella Rbleh. Marie Pat- hour at he 'irn_ if the .ubn l :

among Market and Mlaaloa *treeta4aclBJlng of Market Street" wa destroyed and will order them from other point dining room, where the red hAf'k.I I I terms. Sadie Kolh Gertrude Tlce. Ag After he Ir.1..1 the train prtve. d.

department stores. collapedBuaJreda It U not known how far the flame General Bell chief of staff was oa ,'' round of the wall, lb' chan,lallermied tea Sllgh. Elbe) Clancy, Willie Hahafeanette ed' nn KOII'h. arrl\in here Ijn nuht

of people IB the draper teaemeat reached aouth across Channel itreeLThouiaad duty all night at the White Houe I, In red hlbUrtjn. red cut now Watson, Blllle Boyd. Dorothy Mr, Rogers was sees at his home om

districts are reported killed. are homeless and with office\ giving order for army relief to :! ere In rane. and roar long .Irln,;. of I Stout. Marie Ruth and. :\II' Blake; Fifth steer tbla moraine by a Metropolis
F>rar* ragtag Bad oa accoaat of i blaakrta and scant provisions was'I the nfferer 'I red hearts. impended Tom the chan. and Mlaae. E hel and I Helen Jackson I reporter He stated that th.

tkjtcardty of water are beyond cootroL -| dared to 0014. Gate Park and tried __ :1 I deller to the opposite al le* of th* and Annie Letter Patterton. daughterof majority nf cltlzrn of \e.' Japllfbelle.e

The reddest porUoa of tb* to lad shelter. Everything U la nataL (I WIRE COMMUNICATIONS I i mom. made a panorama of rich, glow I the hosteas.SCUOOI.CUftODEN'S that Mrs Rhyme was aearclvInf

City U only lightly damaged altboogh No butlnea U ataadlng and an new- HAVE SEEN LOST !; i for her child and had Just discos
early every hoses has been more or plant rendered _)14'1'. I ered It near the track when t the train
were
paper Sacramento, CaL, April 1 -All wirecomminlcaUont ,
lese hIJv.4. It I* estimated that the lot la SaaFraadaco with 8n Francisco [ ; was approaching In her Sf'It..ItI..t
ENTERTAINMENT
I I|
sad'erthatIt would
la
11'I. frost of
will reach the caomxrakftgmre have practically bees Joel The wind I i iI
TNt MAGNITUDe INCHKAMt of llM.MM.OOv. Some place tbe the approaching trail she n".nOre4
Mowing a gale and all telegraph I|
Ira Fraadaco, Aprfl 11. I:" a. m. loa at ISOO.000.000. though an Scare line are badly mlied. I j to reach It. butt toolate to avoid b lngrm
-AI reports come la the BAgmltadeof are rough estimates and nothing def. i down .n.1 1 killed He regrets tbe.
AT IHE AUDITORIUM JO-NIGHTi N ; accident! but I In cooldent that
Ue dlaatUer grows FaNe are lalt caa be told saW a partial ALL COMMUNICATIONS even
had h* seen the woman dark IN
ragtag la an dJrecttoae sad the a opl eoaaUa I* take. COMPLETELY INTERRUPTED o*
sushi et of tM down Iowa Tb of I aakaowa I track that lie would hare been powerless
are saber dead bat Chicago April 11. 11 a. m.- Alls !
.f tkt The toea of Ore' I ---- to prevent ber being hilled
aeettoM dty. they ar* ettaatd at aboat MO. Ta dispatches from' Baa Fraadaco are I
via nark lato Ue haadreda. Kmtoaaof I martial law by the hundred to encourage thane
Lon was placed cadet at BOW completely latempted by bad I
Inflate la property have bee ...; I o'clock Jut night by order 0President wire teventy.flv\ boy an<| girl, a* well a* M._rlal Day es 2tt-;;

1 RooMvclU Daring the eveBlag I Spliadid Prefrim Will bt RII- help the Library fund and seem fo. I AI tile apccUl _Ung of tile 9o.ther -

three thieve foaad pilfering yen* themselves aa enjoyable ....t... It Croaa Chapter, C C T. held at
ANOTHER HOCK : tiled bj aoldlera. CALAMITY OVERSHADOWS dirtd ii Eviiini by PapUa will show adlfferent spirit than oe gM IIIe fair Bnlldlag yesterday aflermooa
ALL LONDON TOPICS to bot shown by oar dtlMB The It was decided to observe Memorial

A i rraadaea. April CKtATtt II ,:.,PANIC*{ at. I. TERRIBLE LO"'n4ItOUGHOUT Saa Loe Ftaadaco oa. April overshadows II- The calamity an other la I of the lower Grades following program will be gives: I Day April ICth. ad not to postpone
"Rleieom.ylorend.. Whartoa. It aa had been
coateaplated. O. that
There ... Jest ben aaetberTeske earth- CALIFORNIASaa
abort watch lateaala I te topic la Ebb moralag. paper Ai Enjoyable Etnm Motion _"Weary WT11U"-Thirty day roe Daaghtcr wO aalU with 11*

pupils Tetereaa of Tile Aw.noa Caaan la
JIUSe.No. Fraadaoo April II- Report BERLIN/ WILL RAISE FUND I I | is Promuid. DecI.m.UoItrre.ertd Suliner. commemorating the a.mory .( their
: report hare beet rweatrwdcvtatde l from the. laterior of the Stat ar*
I FOR THE SUFFERERS DI.tocvWBoy Talk" McCaJI ; dead Ta Miami RJflea aid other ororganliatlona -
Baa rraartaoo. bat the moat alarming. Santa RoM wa* I Berlin. April 11- An morning paper I Flower. Fred MorforJ Willie Moore I will take part la Eke cere
aboat the bay rust be
age esorosi it, completely wrecked. Ten tboaaaajI I ----
deal aympathetlcany with the LeRoy Rowe.LullabySeven. -y. All parties Jealrlag to coat/1
U to hare ref I
Oakland reported .sanver homeless
poreon ar there and ar* I
San Francisco dlaaater Ills paper Little Girl bate !lowers\ for decorating tile graves
I huddled together The lot *f life will anise fnndt for the The last eatertalnment of the pas A class\ led
relief of the Oof Flag by Alma I are requested to scud then to Mrs

WATER FRONT IN FXAMIt8aa baa say been estimated yet though; It ttrtckea people He school given by the lower grade Chritennon I.I R. r May prealdeaf. of reach
trill
probably Into the thong I
will take place this evening In Dialogue "Blueheafd" Icle Cross Chapter or to the Fair BuildIng -
Franriaco. April II. I .
a. m BBd
Mr. Julltu Smith baa aolj two valor the auditorium The little folk are Wagner and George i i before two clock on the SIll
Practically the entire water front of j4aay ball dIal"* were destroyed b 'ndiltt1.
i able iota on Third Greet to a nortL : the pupil and are under the management Japanese cone t girt:
tbe I la na_.. The Hall
city BOW the earthquake and those left wer
I {era gentleman, who baa invetted quite o Mitt Kindlier and Miss Mc- led hv Sadie Griffin Will Build Fine, ilt*.d..nc.
of Jaatlc betiding I. expected to becostumed. burned.
1 i heavy recently la Miami real estate illongh and have worked hard to Son "Stag In your own back I Mr C D Leffler baa boucht lot I.
Me*.'iiger* are bringing tljlng o | Mr. Smith will relnvett In a three I I make the entertainment a success \a-1"- Florence WTic'nn of Block in* with on the corner of

the Jet traction of Heraldtbarg. Geytervllle ID" a half acre tract near the A P There hate been special" costumes Play of :h" F"ow ra- Twenty flve K'h 'reet ant Brlckell avenue ant

A THOUSAND LIVES LOST i no..rd.I.. Hopland and fkl Lane place on the Lemon City rot 1.1.t made for the ".('IOU"' an.II f 'h.. good :.tiptlnTahlea I '.day the erection of a tisoo rest l.'ne
Kaaaaa City April IS- The PoatAlTl'T lab beery rate the tat of life aadproperty
>ltllIl It ont In grove; and bull ling I p*<.ple In Miami, e.r, cla'vhe!! patron i ant 1 Ow In |ht tf the' was f'o"'n..nF I M Parkin has
ph Company ban received the : I is shocking
a comfortable home thereon i..f our public ,c>'innl 1 '1Dot 'urn out. Flower charge rf -be wnrk"I


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he Weekly Miami Metropolis PRODUCING TOMATOES FULFILLING- -HIS PLEDGE

r. nu 11": I A a. 6 a" i >f O. .. .a ,t' -o ei th pro: The Pfntacoa 1. utna) one >f he mot iv>nse' a' and (ai! leallagpap
B B Tatum. Pre.:den S Bobo Dean Sec -Tren. eoi of s., .h., 11. ,.r,fl'ardr! III II'' gt' ,m rag A f..,. can ag" and u* s n h. Sra'els one >f the! teal nom' r sal tujtly with
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY 'u He ;": i. .t' b< n. .J.m" ot: II gar s ,.-d i tee our mint acres 'heou \ (r vrnot B,,-,ima, 1 ana hit Ev. 'gale: drainage scbm :he J. utna aj]
- -- .d v an an.i hoc u u) c at.-, the} cou.J i1 .Jt: 'ijr market This. too 13.D( I."rtur( Broward boa progressed far enough la hu Everglade
Its moioha . . . . .It.00TboM
tl 00 Ole
year .Ih test IIte:: knowledge: of he la,Jus'ry dra:oage plan at! demonstrate rha' h* ac'ually mean ulnets> a great hag

|>. .IDC 'T alvaace wtLece!T* a yenta subcriptlca tor tl SOMJ The result was :Coat the jlelJ dtl;no: mature more than :halt that the and cry Is raised among certain of the State pros la opposition to the
-oJuct lufenor In that there scheme The noise comes most) from those State which opposed
all month wu..r.p'lou f.xI c.a.a Th s ta a liberal dlscowt U traduce p seas mos par: was not sufficient labor to' > papers
trtctly advance payment gather and Vp; at the right time, and causing he fruit to reach the market Governor B oward previous to his election and which have had sew If an>
la bad condition and desrrojtnx all profi s the shipments at times being kind words for him since and Its effect Is therefore not as potent a* It
a total loss might! be If It cam torn a source whose real animus was less apparent
Entered at U. Potofflce al Miami rorlda: M secood-elaa matter.
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This year the growing of tomatoes: has been based on a more scientific 1 The! Journal has! never definitely mad up I'* own mind as to the
and profitable plan No grower planted more than one-third th. acreage once to tile Stat of carrying lass effect Governor Browsris scheme. It

FRIDAY APRIL 20 ,tot I he put out In past years he selected the best seed and was able by the small has never been able to decide whether the sam amount of money applied-.
acreage to give the vines anl fruit better attention thus aiding the plants to tin building of food roads would not be worth more to the Stat taaa*
i In developing and producing heavy yield In this way the fruit I* mad a 1 I the drainage of the Everglade! But these are an questions of Immaterial

CITY (BONDING QUESTION i better quality than ever before. the crop can be gathered and shipped at the character at this time.Goveroor .
right time and the profl s derived highly satisfactory a* the market at ne I Broward was elected to office on the Everglade: drainage la.
The' city council has called an election by the freeholder of Miami to I Urn* has bee glutted nee Ud the people voted for him knowing t-U that was the chief plant
determine whether bonds In the turn of 1100.000 shall be Issued for munic All growers throughout the county are highly satisfied. at the r"ult..both I la his platform The falD04l1map"' which he circulated over th* staid

Improvements This question received almost an unamlmouf endorsement la producing and marketing their crop. and all have mad handsomely upon I I aad carried with him la his canvass left no doubt la tins minds of any on*
MM before. and there are stronger reason for gush a decision now ,I their Investments Th time I Is now her when the raising of tomatoes, I II a* t* what Governor Broward net hobby was or what h* would proceed ta

taaa :s'I. ...UII. the uture. be conducted upon scientific fines and all engaged In (a* I I do U elected to ode
It growing at a rapid pare and the neej for public ImproTemenUU 1 I business can not help but be successful. "Governor Broward Is now simply carrying out his pr-lctloe pledge

greater than can be met with the present Income revenue To Issue I More money will be realized on the east coast this year from the tomato H* 1 It attempting to do Just what a* promised the people h* would do and!
loads U tare only logical way to meet the emergency Health and aanlta crop than ever before though the to al acreage under cultivation I* lea I Just what any honest man would do under similar circumstance H* Uat
tatloo demand that the sever at stem be Increased and made as serviceable : than two-thirds aa great a* a year ago work ou a plea which the people endorsed when they elected him aa.
M possible; business and travel make It urgent that more of the many which he I I. la duty bound to. as far as possible, carry out
anchly traveled streets be paved the tire department eqnpag Is only YOUR PRIVILEGE RIGHTS "If Governor Broward had made no attempt to fulfill his platform
partly sufficient and efficient and with Its more thorough condition. Insurance I
pledges the sam papers which art opposing him for doing so would have
rates will undergo a substantial reduction ridiculed him \>r not doing so. They would have pointed to his drainage
1 ae Metropolis deems It advisable to again call the attention of that.
Th* needs of a city ball are patent to all for no where else In the land scheme as a clever I campaign, concoction by which clever
Dad coua:)' entitled b)' length of residence la the county and who have he- campaigner
al
will sock a disgrace and Inadequate public structure be found It Is aneyecore "**
was enabled to climb into offlc and they would hav lambasted Ua tra--
com of age since the last election to citizenship that they mur register
and menace to the growth and prosperity of the town Parks mercifully for abandoning the ac"after he the offlce
tat poll taut for the two and 105 before got
pay preceedlng "ura-ItQ4 -
aaj promenades "e need and the portion of the fund allotted to that purpose I such privilege can be enjoyed "It would seem that Instead of attacking Governor Broward for Joint
Is within reason and necesoltr I what the people elected him to do. it would be the better of
The registration book in all 1 part good Judgment
are now open dally the precinct of the
The Metropolis believes there Is no other way to meet these emergenciesaad ro '
attempt to secure a rvaal of the popular verdict at some
and will remain until of
county toe evening the 31)b If have tutus'
so you not
demands than to Issue bonds under the provisions prescribed by the election If the
Everglade drainage schem t not
a good thing the
filtered by that time you will have lost the privilege of voting PollUt'I I
ordinance and It Is confident the of the
majort.y frf'.boIJeuoaly persons Stale. let the
people reverse themselves that But until
on propositloa such
: be 11 the of
can paid un evening May "h-t..o weeks preceedlng tin
entitled to a vote In the' proposed .1@CtloD-rullze fully the necessity for' election popular renNlI. made. Governor Broward should and probably will con-
making all of the Improvement decided upon by the council and on election primary Don facts I t in ue to dD his duty by a loyal attempt to carry Into effect the chief plank
day will approve the measure by voting for bonds What Is of Interest and forget acne : Registration looks open until April 20th: poll lD the platform upon which h* was elec:ed "
'axes' can be paid until Mat 4u and lint primary f't<'l"loa Is held Jay IS. on
bearfll to the city should be! of Interest and benefit to every person In It The Me'ropolls heartily endorses the
everything P.DIUOJOIIr.al
:ilcb date will I
'ou tote or county S''E' sal Congressional offices
Let the bond Issue prevail and a ear or two hence Miami will take
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u t.rs above. and reg-rs there are not more paper In the State conducted
her place among the most thorough an I up-todste titles In municipal Improv GOOD upon the line of Justness and fairness to all men and measure. than there
menu In the country That will\ be! a proud thing to do and boast but we ROADS MOVEMENTThe 1 are.
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can sad will do The Metropolis did Governor Broward In
not support his
campaign for
good roads movemen Is becoming genera' throughout the State '
I The Business Men League of S' Augustine Imbued with the slogan laa.petitlollt'J offlce in fact. It opposed him but In an honorable manner The plank a
A STATE BOARD OF TRADE the hit pa: 'form that weighed tae most was "Everglade: Drainage The people
commissioners of St Jhns "ounty to call a t bond election
II I In the sum of $\\)") /OKI for the purpose of milling, good rode, were In'ere' *:el la the project sad h* was elected with heir spsrorajof

Some time ago the Me ropolls called attention to the great amount of Let o'her counties folio suit Dade> I'OUD'y already bas more goon the d-ainaje proposition he promised to put In operation They bah
that could be for Florida State I' roads than other' the faith In him and be would have been i ruled as a traitor a falsifier and
good accomplished bj the organization of a ant county In State and i I. still building and Improving
Board of Trad It endeavored to show some of the many things such an her highways" Fifty or more prisoners are Jolng the ..work thus decreas- a scoundrel had he never attempted to make good the pledge that secured
his election'
organisation could Jo In developing the commercial and agricultural In:er- I' Ing the expense of the same rerq materially
wU of Florida and suggested that the Miami Board of Trade enter Into The same can b.. done In o her counties anl we believe' the time Is For being honest with himself and the people he represents by eadenToriag
the movement-launch It. as It were and push the scheme to a successful' not many ears distant when It will b* possible to travel from one end to live up to the letter o* the ptas that made him Governor he la now
culmination thereby gaining prestige and honor i of the county to another over one continuous paved highway ...I'h feeders being assailed and even persecuted by some few daUy papers and a majorityof
The suggestion evidently did not set well as there has not been an |1' leading to every village and section Let the good work go on Insignificant weeklies. who "bark and attempt to bit*" simply because
echo In response This however does not destroy the fact and importance ,' : the "big dogs put up a howlThe
such u organization would be to the State and we repeat the assertion FOREIGN IMMIGRATION Metropolis has refrained from discussing the merits or demerit
this time directing it to the newly organized Board of Trade of Miami. I I of Governor Broward drainage scheme. and It doe not do so now. Th
that more' and greater good could be accomplished by a State Board of tat may be feasible and practicable. or It may not Until the question
Trade than through any other known agencyIt Foreign Immigrant are pom lag into Eastern port la such large numbers I ha* been settled and even though the public become convinced that the

would not be difficult for the local board to take up the matter It the Department of Labor sad Commerce has become apprehensive aad drainage of tilt Everglades Is Impossible It must commend the honesty
would be easy to Issue a call to the various city boards throughout the has determined to more .trtet1.Dforce the regulation for the restriction o'immigration. and manhood of the chief executive In endeavoring to do and fulfill the
pledge h* mad the people before he became Governor florlda.
State netting forth the plans or a general organisation having M a purposea of 87 doing
temlopsnemt of the commercial and agricultural Interest of Florida. and This U a country of vast territory. and its assimilative power art very to he proven to be a nan of his word--a quality so oftn tonal lacking
calling tor delegate to a meeting, the late and place to be named la the great, but there should be some limit to the Influx of foreigner and. thecrowding la men ta public offlc
eaO. Th rent world be easier than the above of our cities with a population which seriously adds to the gravityof
The State Board of Trade movement U growing throughout the Booth problem that are pressing more aad more for solution. Th* stream of THE ADVERTISING OP TOOAY
and isles indications aad plans now under way miscarry organisations aim foreigners I* not sufficiently distributed Too few become toll tillers and
Oar I* that advocated by u.. Metropolis will saint in several southern producer It can be easily understood why this country U so attractiveto At no Urn la the history. of tkecaatry have tDt1'1uata! and buata..enmn
state at mo distant date Tennessee. see of the most progressive of the th. poor of overcrowded Earop: and quick and cheap transportation been more liberal and lag nlu* U the matter of advertising listtB
hats south of the Mason aad Dixon Line. U now organising a State Boarfof mat... it comparatively easy for them to seek home In 100 there were the present u_ It I* now see of tM prime parts of basin* wtek tkeea
Trade and to show how the project II looked upon there the following It 4M.000 people of foreign birth la this country. aad over 11.000.000 born of for U their advertising U successful the other part U comparatively ...,.
front the Nashville American U quoted: 'oretgn parentage About IS per cent of the total population U woolly The average advertisement of today U a story of itself and practically w

"The aaovemeat which the Naahvlll Board of Trade has now nadir way or partially foreign parentage tat.rUng aa the newt matter appearing U Ue colnsana of any paper, t*
U form a State Board of Trade. 1* one which we hope win succeed, and Tom Of the togpfgn bors population >4 per cent U resident ta the North and tact advertising U news, and to the person of liberal mean who ha* only
the Interest manifested la such an organization in other cities throughouttbe I per cent la the South la 100 the total foreign-born population of Alle.gheny a certain sum to buy this or that and who Is on the lookout for bar.

State there II every prospect that It will ncced.. and that there will be pa. was. la round number 30.000: ta Atlanta It was 1400: ta Charles gala It take precedence over all other matter given them to real
formed a State Board of Trad \ work for the ton. 8. C., It was :.SOO. and 11000 In Columbus O la Louisville ft was On W. account: tier has been a decided Improvement la the war II 1
advancement of the Industrial and cosmerclaliinterettl: at the State. Just 1LOOO and In Lowell 40000: In Memphis It was 5000 and la Minneapolis manner of preparing advertisements, the one alas being to make them asattractive
aa a city Board of Trade does Its work for the city la which It 1s located C1000 In Worcester. Mass. It was IT.000: la Rochester N T.. It war and Inviting a* possible Therein lay its success Place two
"The Idea Is as we understand that such a board of trad* would have 40.000; In Providence R. I It was 5$.000 and "000 la 8t Paul. la New ads tide by tide Let one be full of spirit and life, a* It were. and let Che
at leant one annual meeting and that lu Executive Committee would meet York City there were ?S .900 persons of German' parentage. 715.000 of Irish other be dry and sluggish la appearance and you can tell at a glance walcnwill
oft ner. and consider questions which would come up before It. The matter parentage 145 ooo of Rn.slan. 11*.(OftO of (Italian 53.000 of Polish and 51000 accomplish the purpose for which It 1* Intended
of having enacted some badly needed insurance legislation Is one which i of Hungarian A considerable per cent of the total population Is German' In the matter of attractive aid inviting advertisements w* doubt If there
would properly come before the State Board of Trade. as every city aaf and Irish. la a city In the country where the merchant: display more Ingenuity and orig
town and community la he Sate is 4:-ect:t Interested In lower Insurance I The e. as a rule. mike excellent citizens. and become thoroughly 1m inality than those of Miami Experieace aaa been their teacher and there
rate. and more adequate< protection to their property from fire and from I w .1 AL e. JL rre:hoa! and Ideals But there are millions of Imml- I* not a successful merchant ta the city. today who Is not Just aa careful
Incendiarism ; I I :-rn's who ar,' not le'traMe as citizens and even a large Inpourtng: of for In preparing hla ad so that K will pro e both attractive and la the end brla(
The troubl.ali been heretofore that the business Interests did not I Ignrrs w;'o n\\ make < ,od citizens Is not wholly unobjectionable Through result, a* h* 1* la buying his goods Without the good there would btJl)

awaken to.the actuation until the Leg:sUtu e met and were then unprepared _mlg-a Ion and< na'u al 1 Increase the country Is being rapidly filled. and I use la advertising and without advertiser shire would be no heed of Ue
to presenttheir views to tot lAcl..th.: committees. and again their hen t I' become* crowded as It ..m.lt! means a change on conditions-from goods This is obvious Each make the otheeffective.
views wereWten conflicting The consequence Is that Tennessee Is wa> I 'h free art toss' mtho 0 living characteristic of Americans to the close I Next to attractive and Interesting advertising the merchant or ball***
behind eterj other progressive Stat, In be talon as regards fire Insurance oorotrn} and, hurl 1 :,If nt 'v crowded> couatrlti o' the old world and labor : man seeks the best newspaper medium to tell his story for such It la. H*
laws The whole question of fire Insurance would be 'hrashed out oy thbusines m"'!: hera-H; r :'t 'h' N st of living greater want the paper that reaches the gre st number' of people la his boa

Interests a! a meeting of the State Board of Trade. gnu they cat cat an 1 vlclcl It I I. a matter of bus nss with him He had rather tH
then be! prepared :o go before the I t.-gt-!ta'ur. united. aggressive and 01 JOURNALISTIC' INDEPENDENCE his story to 'no people than tl> one If a paper I* well filial. with Interesting
one' mind concerning: 'h? legislation the desireA live advertisements the fact Is patent that those who have articles an4

Sate Board of Trade will\ not I irk. of work Such a body will have Tienon' i ro .. ader. who Is no: a mere youth. C'Duot have wares for sale have faith In its circulation
plenty to attend 10. and the efforts of the S'bTille The Metropolis has received such liberal and flattering advertising psy
BoarJ of Trade to organlx !* f .. 7 :"erenre' between the of th.
newspaper p eseatani ronage that It has beea' farced to Increase Its size four .
<* a Sure Board are 'o he highly commendeiI the of pages or to twelve
neufpapr }trtterlav The mOl! no'sMe difference' was rt-c-n I) IlIlt..>1 o' elgh The best anl moet . .
u r u advertisers the
I mould he IU city are
Ib'1I fur :
s c.t' : Miami to have the honor of I ITillie.
starting 'I pointed out In an address, bt Thomas P p,,'<-: < \I'or of rht Brooklyn
movement for. Ma, B-wrl Ita patrons Therein lies It. success and the phenomenal circulation that
e 'f Trade It
would militate to her advantage .. Referring' to the contra between I
of the
newspapers put and
U enjoys not only la Miami but throughout the county
sal credit In moe man ban 'aeVha: sat jou Mr Prout and gentlemenof present be said, 'There Is no better e incite,I reading public than that of ;
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the Miami Board of Is.
I this nation In Europe the cemspapers: are not read so eagerly nor so
Congress say the government can not direct Insurance Of courts
widely The American newspaper mUll appeal to allU: ..+* sod to all I
'i no I' It did, where would tbe campaign contributions come from
PERSONALITIES IN POLITICS iI taste It is read by every reading voter and by every Intelligent woman.
I A newspaper can no more fool Its clfen'eie as to )1'1 real I
character than
a The St that
Augustine Record un)s potato Is king In 8t John couaty
There la a growing sentiment throughout the country in favor of cleat i I husband can fool his wife. for each reader lives f. ,'ui .'tar to .lat with! his Dade, county caa go St Johns one better with two king*-tomato and pineapple
politics, and the time will come when a greater per cent If not all' the newspaper. With Its readers each paper han : certain hold. and to continue
"dirty: work:. personalities! etc that hart characterized politic* : ages I :that Influence It maintains a character that i:..zcv Slid Inspires Its I

past, will have been eliminated and men will go before the public depending t reader"New.pper According 'o the BrooksvllI Argus.Thomas J Appleyard. of Lake City
spa their own qualification. character etc and not upon a drab o: I I reading was never !so general a* now The newspaper keep I II making a great race for Railroad I Commissioner I 1'1 alwat Keen an
abuse and issaal:s on the other or op,>..:ng candidates to accomplish l* voter Informed and ae Is more than ever qualified to think for himself I admitted uct that the Honorable Thomas could run 'em' some If he Just
ognition TeC-1 He depends less or Information or advice on the! campaign speaker Mr I felt tried

Tl ll1an"n -i'ujt: In personalities! bt abusing all tpponent Ptten Is right when he saysThis: Is the era of the Independent Journal I

political j .. a to b< thucLe, to be de la -... sincere He Is black at heart anl compt la: thought The leuce How much faith mould Jou put la the dramatic columns of a new, plans for summer activity One of the pins which have been suggested la
records of such men will not and have never stood a test The public la I I paper that would always praise the attractions at a certain theatre, sgalways I to have a great fourth of July celebration there for the benefit of the whole
general have no use for men mho conduct their politic upon a line ofpersonalities. I : condemn those at another plat house How much faith rail you pace East Corns' Miami I U I a lively city aad one hit Is always dote ;
This w. believe every politician knows and realizes. yet I In that newspaper which always" finds all RepuDlirrt t 'o oe absolutely right! progressive Tampa Herald. cometlw
they allow such a feeling of hatred, contempt and Indignation o grow IP fed all Democrates absolutely wrong' Ye' that I. th! part the old-time

their mlnda against any man or men who oppose them for aa office that I party organ used to plsy That la the tune that coma organs are till! play : Business Is getting so brisk In Miami these days that It has become
they can see no way out of It but to attack tilt character and personality I ing and chess they are successful! It Is only: because they are ipposcd by I necessary to order a hurry.up wagon for the police department This U

of those who la all probabilities have sinned a great Jed less than they MroCar journalism and their field Is a..I'llIr a prop'- 1.w.llpmf'n' by late'llgeot one sign of growth that Is Inevitable st the a me time It Is not always
have Journallsmn The day of tile organ 1 I. IOU. w;th the tallow dtp desirable Tampa Herald Miami I.I a city thank you. sit all cltle
Speaking of personalities la campaigns the N..Ia'l't1JII.rlellD.\ one sad the other ancient utensils of our grandfather! have hurry.up wagon They need them la their Ms W* believe Tampa
of the moat conserva tte and Intelligently edits newspaper ;n America. This It all true The servile party organ ro ins I <.; <1ournei\ o- exert has one
truthfully says: Influence This does not mesa that a newspaper must be devoll .>f political l

"There Is too much of a leaden.) on the part of eaidUate: for convictions or party affiliations Most newipaper' have thelchoice between I The! H >n R Hudson Burr of Dade county candidate> > for re nomination
Whether it be for Senator or r rernor or any other offlce. to 10"' onceI I parties But the successful and Influential paper will not -oo K>r." wrong I as railroad commissioner announce that: he will make a few speeches sins
dignity o- that office, a 'en i I.t tl! 4 :o secure I: through personal: abuse of doing simply because the party of I's choice or preference happens to be leg the campaign! Mr BurT also! say he Is anxious to visit Orala tad
The ,,. ........ ... guilty of It It..11aot hesitate to condemn Its own party nto commend I
an opponent -- u ; -ot know it bu. tile people are not so 'fare Editor Frank Harris under> his own vine and ft; tree. and answer ht.
much interested In them as they may think of toe other They want to :! the opposing party when the facts ..rran' Tbe true 1I..lpaped...... nx turner on* charges. Mr Burr Is sn Interesting A 'hater and has got the
hear public questions dllC'1l.wJ and Judge for themselves whether tilt ma' depend upon politic. or political parties for I I'. 'ucceu. and 't !I. no more raliriad commission business down pat :Mr Harris Is probably In the
who discusses them has capaclt sal fl'nets and whether his view areI I dependent upon politicians than upon any o'her class; of r*aden. vtany poll_ lame' ihspe What a time It will\ h* if shag t arc champion of oppmlt**
such as to commend him to their good opinion The people who ...oe ttclana have been slow to learn this and no al: of them are dl'pnid to i Issues do come ogether'
are becoming more Intelligent even dax They know a hawk from a accept the In orma Ion or he' dnu'1m Itrl.f'llIy They much prefer the ,
hand aw. and they are not complimented i>' a continual and constant old-tlm organ especially If it happens. 'o he In'er<>.;e array of talk from one candidate shout: allob..r": of tjie 111>1"1"0.1"01 plrl' In >!.> mol I..rn nw.paper' Is to make parties 'I Ju.Ire. of 'h.. S preme' Court Trie !lawver of '1\.. !*>a.e are' tester' .TT Ir we
Wnea and politician. more cautious ith- lr con 1 lur' H".*ln the '- .. ,,' ',. .. top
men learn to conduct their campaigns for office upon business newspaper < i'e 1 nun sM'I'v ,('h a hl.hlv '''.pnn lhlr office thin the
lines and principle and not upon abuse and lying on opposing candidates. an fxrellen pu i_<' I common. niMIr T5e l 1"n: f'a'Tri'T of F"1lrt a hiv, ..n lor-i..<\ lIo'bIr.: .
the rancor and contempt a great many people hold for politics and politiclana. Wi "Pi1! .n\I! : t' B Pirkhl 1 Or ron an 'a'tn1 on' -I I. r'I 1", i t. Supreme
will hate dlsappeatrd.. and It made p.-atbte to get the but men Into The Tallahassee: T-ue fPll)<'u' tear define* h. purpose of newspaper r,. :r' yese's! 'h "efore 1.1-I rii''rr t .hnrtlt! I s.. .rrlo"| .|, r""nt>1.."""M|
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office and the nbJec's'o mhl"h ertl!' IM .:el' .. In I tnP in.ere. of men in\ n.i'a'ureimhlrh b .1.i rr. -;jPi Both have i oi "n n.':" elve. henPsr an I r
I''hl.' | I. 'bee
A campaign I. not on la Dade a,'unt\ tIe hate beard of the In mill mow 'V AI'en.a\ : of evf r' r?n.rn'I >1t< editor ml ownr "Th It 1"tH;' f ')!rr: 'iris .ml' .h. r. "..4re' : n., r.-"n",'.. ... t.,'.' r. 'n
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dulgenc of personal!'tes la it and of some ten hard things said bv some' newspaper as a genera'hng.: .wits !In ...a,.ir anl not of s*"f)1I fir maklnf nr>po,l'Irn .to>, 'hould receive| in ,.nall'I fo'mnrn't.t.r
the poll I Ira: standards h sh-s: sot I r."h.r:
rovlna to
candidate again o:hers If hit is rue me must condemn such ; remove rnrrup'lon
positions. and advise the offending par'les to taUt about! themselves politics their and' from the grrst bu.ine>. 'D't'rlrh", 'hi' .f-c' ."-+ welf r.. of 'IS wit\ If ID A""r ear ,.f 'r >uhle ant "Tp+ r"" .Me gnneramen' .w w rMLe

ability and anything eta. 'h., van bu I I..' be olbr fellow atone: Thei doing such work 'bet' some'In harp .1 -t,',n 'ha heir censusapply anl sod Oivnor han: > been. 'rl.i1. contlcte and sentenced I .e.re ''''n rMry'Ia.p
will gain riendf and, t' rnnc' n br i r The \ahiille American rat to .1r.1I:1.: :u't. I' ;O'lhlr:| coon .n' n-d' "ar"e .>. men 'ak.. them to them .onmn' .n'! patofu. "f sppmtms'r! fl nwr\ The
ua'ion In a nut shell Read ani heel : I 1.\"a? aph s re.d\ referred pu the nil, selrPa s* ,loe, nee m r, ske. "o hrr! .e f .. hi' a minis. ,>f ne t >*r--l ml.ha t will !e.r.red'Nil. '1\.- fine w'I I In all prMsMII" ". r", ,' s. pay f sentence,,,
and see. Mr Politician and office seeker If It does nut meet club! o < In t'xi.>utl.l.ng 1. .>.1! Iru'u rn a 'ar< approval It can t help but do It. your Inward ,.> applied! ,W*>* the work 'hi' nnsh' i ".: .'s< d' ou'' .i I lv oot'f-a,en :n 'h* <*'all I of ln oltencv This wilt I saw he parm"n' nf he 1nwi M- a't1r
n who
Ion o' ones self The Trio 0<>1I1-rat, doe 4 n'' f:"> ou .llc<
When the song of the saw and hammer 1 It heard the evidence Is at on persons! hand that business and prosperity are preva:ent The sea of this communl. an I I' we at time sir shirr hat touchy 'he quick<< I entenre In o'her wor1 fjreen* and ft"nor '"lonehvear : ...n. the
song Is ringing me .1o it In no .I 1 tsjlng! spirit hut with hiph,' i 0.1| sit': roT of (Io 1'1( rash hv 'h.. ... .nr.A 0
throughout Miami without any sign of eve lett'ng up : the nv rat : '>p" ron I 'r' V 1.. .) .ro.. ... *.fourn
many sal no thrust
Jut ai a a' come' one" I-r\ Iran le



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MIAMI METftv/POLI. FRIDAY, APRIL 20" 1W4 AM TMIIU

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For Tax Col lector. DCLRAY DOTS ROAD NOTICE. :_

I hereby ancounce myret u a cut- r

Political dilute for the office of tax coUectotf hums of Interest from Thin Flourl. .- h-r. ') C ten thaI.' 'b..
lade tout) subject to the across Town .
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Ins
i \ it Ldr o.r.'itg of b* Board of WILLIAM Jo BRYAN
*nr Democratic primary
l' JL'\ I. I U.mNllCDr-K, it Dade tout
Thomas J Hardee I..raAI'I 1 13- :MFo:*Lce r. i-la. said I boa nl,I s i rood Itrii

AnnouncementsM. FOR COUNTY eOMMISSIONCR5th 11't., -t. if P""ro;t. Mich "ho hast i Kuriulnh.. 'h. r" tot 'uml ?\ IN FOREIGN LANDSIf

D,strict '.. nn linn the s in'e: here with 1 ,i''iOI"! "t file i : uii*.IIDS ?f Section

MX '* M JL orct 'O'oallut Grove, r- .t"s. Mr sad Mrs \\' W B'ack- I sty! Cbaii'er S45n:; Acts of II/ C. you west to read' Mr. B,...'s fetter W Fwrc Cj. Travel sow.
tlJ- .1: for noire :las' Suadap ., ..... tn ucaiinxjusit nominated 1 l... t* t I F.'''n-la a < t-pt- ot a nch: fol IN lime C
A. Dating nine it I* '. t(filc fee the .mw)..r
.. _. tr .1 f/ file ,Yn1 totour' rommlstioner' by a mssn.Lg .c''" ibik t notice
l T
....,. Tb r.cuar: weeklv bop si l 1:1:1 be herd: Wi'am, I
: \ J flrvan ,
r. .. h' .: (,' courts. ..e hereby' an D"Df sod ord i .n open session at editor .f The Commoner tailed from
.: \\ ." I -. l'... ,s'MrPositively i.. ID bra carjdldac- subject to tie S"'lIrJatnlo? a' the cub: bouseChase :\IIH 11.1! I':orldj hU .n. .I 1 di> of San Frail':...:, Scttembtr: :T. for a rear' vi..it. abroad In the
A +Ce. and 3'igh Co bate
u f. at 'kn' o ite' Democratic primary UTMjtroe April A IJ. 1S>"1> course .>f hi> travel. Mr Bryan v.'ill 'I1t the following named
bouses
both their packing
n .n. .' ....tees I has been a resident' of Dade opened A K. Dearborn. I countriesIIAtt'.ltl.
bore for businessW
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tee
Iw Irn b. -- vita oj. Clerk
unn for more than twenty years
rub n i A. Dade. W T Hlckcac anJ
unit which :Imp te ha shown an B J Gallon ay commission men are B> \\' U Pop. Jepu1, clerk .'IA TAX. BRITIHUPHIIIrpINEISLAXIxt Isl.Es

untUgficg tea: in te cause of good I CHINA. IM'IAEr.YPF. .
spending several days In torn tills Be: It enacted b; the Legislature ofbe
....I. *La. has .'.. f.r: promoted State if Florida Al TRLU. P4I.EMT1XE' ,
For Kepreoontstivs' "Hk. NEW ZEaLt\lt.: ( II ""t.\ .KEfc E.
of
f''t'or'h. ) Interest our great W. H, Mioheal and wJe! of Phi:ailelpbla Section 1 Tbat the width of the I.4I'AIS.
To of Dade County: Therefore ask for nib ITAIT, "WIIZF.RI.ANPFRJlAXT
the People cost f we spent Intra' Jays in town Urn of tthlclts usej to haul wood ,, FRANCE NORWAY .
A' be request of friends and with he hearty support of all good dtlxeaa '' .
other beat loads barJor ,
last week or ) over pared DENMARK, Rl' $U, ,ll'r.S. tlOl.L-'SIl
14g1 i a' he coming primary :Mr Jas Birrs of Jacksonville: has Improved roads In any county of

: i Signed, W J. Shore taken charge: of Chase t Co 's bust 111.1 stale now busing or that may From each u' the countries nsmed'r. Brvaa will write letters
date for this office subject to the DemOcratIc B 8. Potter,
less at this point htifttfter build and construct tuck describing observations and drsligg i irururlj: with the point
prlmar) to be bell la May, Ceo Richardson Mvtsrs ackmer: and UcRa went ., la hereby axed and established I Idt cal life of tbe countries<< visited

I vtpvctfui;.* so.iclt the support cilfce Commltte 'o Jarksonvll: )Sunday evening on folowi:! Of a two horse wagon, These letters will be published in The' minnner. and loot* ski

people o Dade county sad ItFTcted. burlntss connected with the atilt rat t or other vehicle, shall act be i i desire to read every one of these ,letters sbou,,I ,.re Du time to subsrribtnt -

I wfaltbrally\;: l and Impartially FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER factory tees, LJD four lathes side| of four for Mr Bryan's paper.'

dlsckarce the Jutles of the office, Second District Pr Cason male a visit 'o Ojus on hor->. "UUD. cart or vehicle, hall The C. III" otter Is isvurd. weekly and u.- !"" .100 is

and ic a ID m1 power Tor four To he Voters of Dade County: Tuesday and tpn' 'he tight m.th his ,- nutfs: ban six Inches: wide, and |l.Uayrar. By special srrsrgemeoU with the publisher rrij ,pare we are

best Interest acd welfare I trust to 1 oereb' announce myself aa a candidate relatives "I I a fOIl hone. wagon. cart or other enabled. to offer for' s short time oolv, U. I romoner and tbe M sal

bare tbe p.c1 o ure of meeting the vot for nom'natloa! to the office of T1. MrRae *. "irned from his d.C't'! u.e 1 'o haul heav' loft or Werkly Melr<>p<.!i< one vest bulb for ':.101', when paId m advance

era at an ear'v: date and diacnaa all couLty commissioner In District No. t. Jacksonville trip V\' .lnesdav morning it k. .ba:1:1 \if no I IMS. than seven or we ill nI'I" Commoner and the Miami n a ilj Menopo4is fur'

public questions and define fully my subjec to the action of the Democrat Z T. :Merrltt and Eugene H Dim- mr-s; ulle and 'bat It thai:! be un en. year i i- address for M.U), the rub .r price of the (lady

position in reference thereto ic Primary Election to be held May he off"OUIIy Metropolis alone.Address .
('It. both lldates for : office 1" fu] fur any p<>rfon flrm or cor ,,
I recofolie the fact that a public 1S-b :*0t Jeo. B. Baker .
Clerk spent \Ve-Inesdav in ration 'o use' or caused to b* nse office la a public: treat, and sbouU LJf'lray\ extending the glad' band to la! *- vrhlrle mentioned\ In this section Irh I Ii I I
Ton honor ice with you rote I will FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
-i\ a !Iru width of tire than thaiIHclflfil
sickly .pv..ca) :e our cocfUttce sad District No. 4
Knocked Out .
Grip Quickly In hauling; lads over road i
will be >Ie.al. to your interest The meeds of A. Lee Alien desireto
'h* rein mentioned. and any person (
Respectrally. his came before the votersof
pace
Some weeks ago during the severe firm IT corporation to offending thali
G A. Worley Dado Connti for :lie office: of Coaty I
winter weather boh rn" wife and mv. *... guilt! of a misdemeaoor and subject Pomona NurseriesThose
Commissioner, subject to the attics
.*:If rontrac'ed severe colds! which to the palm and penalties pro ,,
For Ree>_ntat>v" of Ue Democratic primary election
speedily developed Into the worst kind ri!I.-! I for In Section ( of this Act. ,
thereby eu4.l4&c1'for to be nelj May U. IK*. j I
acnoonce my 1 I
of la grippe with all Its miserable St't.: That the provisions of See | wanting
the of ll.prMfttaUnfJ'oa orange
poaltioa svmptoms;' "11Ir: J. 8, Eglestnn: 'on 1 shall apply only to counties i
DaJe Gout To I nan FOR COUNTY COMMISSION I I : I I'I
you of ach'ng! irnacles sore. beaj s'npped ':'r the State that hart built, or and
I Ue question of mj qualUcattoas District No. 4 auoueel| up. eyes and no.e running:. with alternate -' hereafter build and construct a .,..telll\| Grapefruit TREESand
to rtpreewt yon la tat C& ad\1. It Tko frteada of J. J. Holly ,
nbM.td at the Democratic: primary aim u a caadldato for County CooavlsslPter > I spells of chills and ever We of pared hard or improttJ roads &1141 i those contemplating-planting: groves in the future should iarcst
began mint Chamberlain Cough 'I tilt and ]
tarn
ad elected' at tae general eJeetloa I in District No 4. "')let arc malatatnlnf gate our stock we are now booking order for present
medy.aldlng the same with a doable be operative for a period of not i
.11 jerote nay beet forte to rowMrvlc to Ue action of Ue Democratic M not I II. sad future planting and are offering
dose ot Chamberlain Stomach and let than two months, or more thansit
a4 tk* weUare aa< npbnC4Vlag avary
: Uver Tablets and by Its liberal use months after the adoption of this II the invest stock c/
if Dade county: akan receive aayoane tree err grown m Dade County oa high
completely knocked out the grip Section II
t coaederntloaJ. I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERSecond: soon I Act, as provided for by
1 Sold by Blscayne Drug Co. and all and 4 the etc. and hammock
tfaQy. I DlotrlotFriendo of sane ,1 pine high Und We invite buyers to riot

Y. Wauoa. of Wllllaa Helm, aaaotteo druggists
his candidacy: for county commlaotoaor I NOTICE OF CHANGEand our nuttnet and examine the free We hare all the leadIng -

Fa dirk of the Circuit GevrtBeBertng from tko Second district subject to tko ,I New Fish Firm Coming renumbering. of .lection precincts I

that auy aerncea for tke action of Ue Democratic prlmartoa.Mr Election District No. IS and best varieties of Orange and Crapeftutt Tne

put |vt rears aa Chit Deputy la Ueo4Be Helm U a successful buaiaotamaa. R. R. Rlcom. Julius Qatermntk and I Budded on cube Sour Orange Lemon
uC the deck of the Circuit Cowl enthusiastic. for' good roads, a Capt Load paid a visit to Ue county I Bounded on the north by the north or Rough Root

inasjlii .e lor the poaiaoB. I bus fint-claaa dvll eaglneor, sad voil : seat last Monday Wkllo la town they line of sections 13. 14. 15 K 17 sndIt

wtUI rwapecttmUy aaaoaace my -.ad4toer }- equipped to til Uo office. were the guests of Mr and Mrs T. of township fl ty (50)), south, rants I Nurseries located .n section 3, 2 miles west of Miami on rock rood,

for Clerk of the Circuit Court J. O'Brien. Mr Rico ls Ue bad forty-two ((42), east and on tko east also near Little River and Fnlford. B; seconag trees from koeao

abject to the approval o. the Demo FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER of Uo well known firm ot R. R. RieovIt : by the Atlantic ocean; on tilt south .nurseries JOB take ao mk: of importing WHITE FLY or other iaooct

.mtic jttotrj First District Sons wholesale fish dealers of Jew by the south lino of sections ':. 8. 9IS. diseases. This is aa important matter which should aot be overlooked

Lo. ntuT I respectfully aaaonaco myself ao sea. Ho Ia also tko senior partner 0: 11, and 12. of township anyone 1 Large illustrated catalog with prices and descriptions of varieties

,a caaJldate for Ue office of eouty Rico and Gutermsta. of Graat and (ill, south range fortytwok) east. mailed free on application.The : .

F. County dirk 'commissioner for the First District also of tko firm of Rico aaj O'Brtea sad on the west by tile western boundary

tko Democrats ot DUe dusty: object to tko action of tko Democrat tko oldest aad ono ot tko most reliable of tko county Tko voting place C riffing Bros. Co.
ot said district to be at Danla
1 tabs. this method of simosjBfiM le primary of May 11. 'sk firms at Fort Pierce. While ksroVr
and ordered la session
tor tko office of 0Ia1CJerk. Harry DuBois Rleov. Informed M that ke Is preparing Done open
. candidacy
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oakjoct to tko acdoo of tko 1 Jupiter Fla. to start la Uo mackerel flaking held March 5. IX A.*K.. Dearborn, 1< basinets at Miami next fall and
wOl
Democratic primary rid appro-
will erect a large flak house at that Clerk Board County Com I I
frloadaeaa FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
date say support that my By W M Pope, DeputySTOCKHOLDERS' . .
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give .... Bospoctfnnr Second District point Tko flrm of Piece aid O Brlen Of>DOOOOOOCO

Z. T. MorrttL I To Uo Democratic Voters ot Dado will erect a large barrel factory: la I
MEETINGThe
County connection with Uo fishing business
I .
which will bo branch of theirFort annual meeting of the stockholders
a
I hereby announce myself aa a eaa-
For County Clerk \l dilate for the office of County .. Pierce factory They will also of the Dsds County Security"ampany
of tko kisk r 1Y.I.JA.D4J: : : :
lr-ol b tall spproaAtlom
i sell barrels to the trade It Is hart : : will be held In the office
mlssloner from Ue Second DI.u1dlof
) asked for sad promlalnj taltk- I I
.c s the cashier No US 12 Twelfth
to beat those three of a kind sad they I.t _
Dade subject to Uo wffl
county,
I tnl performance of dati.e oloctod.. Ibare I don't stand any bu.Fort Pierce Street. Miami FlI at 7:30 p m.iprtl I
of the Democratic voters as expressed I I
| the kooor to aanoonco myself a Tribune 21 W) for the election of
for office of dork ot tko at the coming primaries. I
candidate tko officers:! and such other :business as ,

I Omit for your Court rots ot la Dads tko primary Couty and ot stay ask West Palm Beach. Paul Fla C. Jones I Suffered Five, Years with Kidney' 1 ay come before J It. E. I.')mm us.W h r8 idly going to the front an! the '-ading -

[ lltk. J. F. Jandom. and Liver Trouble I F )1ttr.:: PresHt cite. III youth: Florida Everybody
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERFifth
For County Clerk District I "1 suffered for five years with kidney Secretary is iroini:.: to Miami. Now is the time to

I hereby announce candidacy tot I and liver trouble, which caused' sev I
take this method ot aaaovaoai my choice
DIVORCEIn either for
BILL FOR secure location Lu*i"
i the back and
blindIng
re pains across a
myself as a caaJidato for the office { renomrnatlon to the office of County
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I of Clerk of Court for Dado Conaty. I Commissioner, subject to Uo action I beadacae I bad dyspepsia and I nr" or ft'"idrnct'h"i( 'p locution inthecity

n'Jed0 tko action ot tko Democratic of the Democratic primary, aid solicit was so constipated that I ronld not I ih< C rcult Court of Ittte Seventh

primary. F. W. Hake Uo support of ny Democratic move my bowels without a catharticI Judicial Circuit of Forlla In and for for .ale In. : : : : :

friends was cured' by Chamberlain Stomach ''Dade County I .

& Q. Tweodon. and Liver Tablets anj tare: been In Chancery
/ well for six months:' Mr Georgia Taylor Complainant
now
says
To tko Democrt'le' Voters of Dado | FORT DALLAS
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict Arthur S. Strickland of r1. LAND CO.
! Count: ClIlltlDooCa'j I :
Tenn For sale by Charles I>. Taylor. DefendantTo
[ I hereby present By name to tko N. I | Chirps Taylor, Defendant la I| ,
'I Co and all druggists OOOOOCiCOC- To the Voters of Dado County 5COOOOOOOOOOOOOr
voters la tko coming Democratic prt- '
I he above and forego:nf styled cauteIt I I'
Chamberlain Salve Is good for
airy aa candiJato fur dork of tko I hereby aaaonaco myself aa a eaa I anv :
circuit court: for Dado countyBavlag .dilate for renomlnstlon to the office I disease of the skin It allats toe appearing from the affidavit of I I Cal I foil
Georg a Taylor complainant! In th t I I
resided aero for twentyBryoart of County Commissioner la District 1 1Ko Itching and burning sensation Instant I that i JOHN E. n.=i" i"Y. 7. E ZN 3RaHA1d
entHed are
the above you
II U For sale by Blscayne Drug t.o'aDd cause ,II
I lavlu toqalry sad Uveotlga- I. subject to the action of Us all non"resident of the State of Floridand \jrent Fart \ cc.I'r,.s Fort iiallas

tics of those who do not know me peroa.Uy Democratic primary election to beheld druggists.mart' that your whereabouts, residence Dallas Land Coo. Miami Fla Lied' l t... 't .tugustme FlatrYYtOafs
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u to my reputation u a dtIxoa. May IJlh. 1HX. I I rid pottofflce address are to comp al. :

07 r* orj aa aa official: U roan T. A. Wlaasld. 1 and ask the support of all my . .
ant unknown < < :->:xx: = :. OJOOOI/JOOOOO: (). .. . lt7rs
Mat and my Stasis ana convpoteoey: : friends. Respectfully, Therfore, under sal pursuant .
office to which I aspire. FOR COMMISSIONER John F. DeBerry
tot tko I
awn of the State of Florida It It hereby I,
I fair sad courts District No. S
U elected promise
ordered that are hereby FREDK.
you S.
ona eatment to every dtisoa at tko ''To tko Democratic: Voters of Dads FOR CONSTABLETenth MORSE
quired to appear to the bal il
kaaA of connected with County re-I
every person District I
Kfalnst you In the above cause on
I tko office I take this method o' announcingmy I hereby announce myself at a can I' 9rst Monday la April. the same Real

I So3lcl-Jng tko support of every rotor candidacy for the office of county ildate for the office of constable of | Ing the 2d day of the month and a'' Estate
I who considers me competent sad cap commissioner from District No. 1 subject
the Tenth Justice District of Dale rule Jay thereof in the year INK. I II

I able. I am respectfully to the action of the Democratic county subject to Ue will of the Democratic I It Is further ordered that this order Offices sp stairs Cor. Ave. c: and IS tk 81.

I Eugene H. Dlmick. primary On account ot being engaged voters, st the coming primsry N. published la the :Miami Metropolisa I

I west Palm Beach. Fla. In vegetable growing It will be Impossible election W. H. Morris I I newspaper published In the City of Miami. Dade Co. Florda.

for me to make a personal I
I For County Treasurer. Miami! Dad County. Florida once
'canvass of the county: By demanding FOR CONSTABLE
crop
I Voters of Dado Coasts: ash week for eight consecutive I
To tko ] By atteaUoe just at this AGENT OR LANDS OF' ,
Tenth District weeks
I been IJoatUod with Dado i
Having : time This being Uo CAM I earnestlyurge I II It Is further ordered that a of |
candidate
hereby copy
CIO1 date life: bang dime tko announce myself a I Florida East Coast Railway Co.
ITOT7 boot I knew kov" u M rndlTldal all By friends to do what they for nomlnatloa to tko office of this order be posted at the Court |:

| dOton to take It a prosproojloocatT. can In By bekalf R. L. WaH. Constable in the Tenth Justice District : House door In the County of DaJe Florida Coast Line Canal and Tran Co.

hang lived at both isms I FOR TAX ASSESSORTo subject to Ue primary election I Done aDd ordered pursuant to 'aw Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
to be held May It IMS at Miami. Florida Dade County this
E kavlag tiled a
t-tko coast;. aa4 the Democratic: Voters ot Dado I
BRuc office oo Bat tko people nvjr I,I County: J. M. Engtlsk I slat day of January, A D. 1>
boW whether 1 do no eoaodnttoo: I will be a caadldato for re-nomlaa- A. K. Dearborn Clerk Miami
W. M, D. C. Bottling Works
I FOR CONSTABLE By Pope.
117. I now offer myself M a ea41Aato tics at Uo coming Democratic prhaory i
I O A. WorleT.
Tenth District
fore otfleo of Omaty Troaonnr for Uo office of Tax Assessor tad rs
Solicitor
subject to tko DemocraUe mrtsaary ; spocttvlly solicit your support I hereby announce myself a caadl for Complainant :I WALL A DiCKINSON. Props
1 data for the office of constable in the I
I1 sued OTory vote Bat I can ret 1 ud 0.0. O. Sutler.
Itrmtt that my friends whether la tko Teeth Justice District, subject to the I D vtr. Island Torture Ittb Street Near R. R., Miami) Fla

Idly or country win lot forget Be FOR CONSTABLE Democratic Primary to be held May I I. DO nurse than the' terrible case of

Ion the day of tile primary la rrt res. Tenth District [ 15th. 1XX Piles that afflicted me H hears ThenI Manufarturm I
I .
for which I promise it elected toIportarm 1 hereby snnounce myself ss a candidate Pierre S. Titus I was i.Uliwl '0 apply B''I'klrn'o'r

the duties ot tko office with for th* office of Constable la :'a I,1'! an' ..... 'h.n n '..., f't--m.
I Tenth District ot Dade county subject I FOR MEMBER COUNTY '. All Kinds of
aa such courtety accuracy t n':' 1. I 1 i I I. d \ui

I promptness u I ties to vy pArs to the Democratic primary and BOARD OF EDUCATION f R"i,If". K lira'l i w" in b .' "-

IbvalnkM Oeo. O Carrie uk the support of all my friendsRespec'fjl'y. I I'" ', all !>< li Soft Drinks '
: TJ the People of Dade County:

I W J Wilson I rgent request for use of my name - SProsspt
Foe TreasurerTo
County at the coming Democratic Primary AttooUoo to All Or ors Oov-nMV.,. Orders SolicitedrCQTIUZCnvAr
the Voters of Dade County:
FOR CONSTABLETenth *s candidate for membership In the
I
I hereby announce myself aa a can-
IdlJate tor renomlnatton to the offlc District, county board J public Instruction PATENTS
I tike thtr methoi, cf announcing finds< me: not well equipped either as
the
of ounty Treasurer subject to
.' t .. f a 'andl.a'! f<-- the office of partisan or as oalee-. ker. Bat It Is
action of the Democratic Primary
'. nr'ate: tor 'he! Tf'IIb district sub- True that I have had some experienceas olrawoso ...a ..'t I
ItXM a lo
election to be held May tttk
C. H RanlerooaMiami. j JfO( 'ohr action of the Democrats an educator and if. as suck the fNOCUSxe + awe.r..n.W fw.. e'+c t, PAINtERS .tti t BT: I I

Da P'tman election to be held May people want my service In the modest ".Iifeee wa IN all COtastnlli.B \ '

r,'h, 19oe but Important office Indicated. I kaowof _,_, brarerr w.aYMr ..: "for, d --
: $ )
I A For Ta CollectorTonne SWCEL ROUNDTREE. no sufficient reason lor refusing .
Voters ; Date County: this service I do cot feel the lure htMst s.d hfrlysnsu r'otla tacls.lvdy.sr laM nafur' rule> 7. ,: nit' bets' :\\\j\\

I hereby announce mvselt as a caa.dldat. FOR CONSTABLE of office, and I can not contend for aria Iwl ew sure orb. Peer oar a r.LC.DC'. I
rsoslNeroN, o e. n'1t.' A' .
tor recomlnatlon to the office Tenth District oSJce; but I stand ready to respond c..__. ... ,'.
of County Tax Collecto tabject U I I tiered announce mvse'J: as a can.. ., to any reasonable request to tart

tko action of tko Democratic Prlmarj lldate for the office of constable hi> The rest Is ap to you GA-SNOW bi

to ke ke4 May la. 1HC. (he Tenth Justice District of Did i W W Fans.

L. T. K. Oootlor. county s object to the Democratic: prt Miami Pin, April IL I Irr



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I \ B Myer fir l<5. a jrer horn i iM city council be requested to render he on at a llveb rate both la Improven -

>-"ia,>- .lee'J Keha" Board of Public \\orks an account of and sales.
( LEGAL PAPERS FIlEON'anasu ) J"hn t" ( ffori or ll'S:' ten acre all I"| ii*,nt-r. commit'ej to the said The \\a er \\orkr Company star

>ec ,cm ::. 'I I' C4 .ab range 41 hoard omo> 1 I. lfo5. to April 3f>'h el )r.'rta' taping the piping the 2 DAYS SALE I
.. !r.'I.h: i 'h.. i'I'O'.n't' > be in tht ? M. 1 11''h.a are being' jug and 'het
Arid\ tmn !c Wall" f"'II, of 1 ht:1:! f .
.
a .
I ; ui' Lit.: U \\ na..kn.r: 16 K ciaige 'In"! o' )" : ee > nil: fol:QW a:
wife '0 Id II Hnuth f.r $4.:,'' th \ (OIllIllllllea'I"I'i a.1.I lashed '0 Hay:! "BCeAb
I'afn'rr: F'r izer 1 Co
urea In 1'rnn' 1 L 11' :. o"ln or 0'a,1!: '" M: Pro' :.qllf>.tlr. that <'tr : a"n', los hate been sod
\\ ..raL' j .i \IIC P Hicki et U[
41 curWa"souls ) he hate he .. '
phtsica 'Ddi'loD f si I nin he pas 'en dare and tevera.
'
J'ru. $ I. P.r-m Jf \\ e'wa for II 750: part lots S.reel ilu\f'rln..n./'nt! J '
D
Golmaneiaiilma hull wife '" Jobn T KnUh reIl0" I all,1,i 1" M,>ck lib paint t toj III <;ranting city phtticIan vi",>n< nee mil l Ise two. handsome ; Saturday and Monday April 21 and 23i
oth M insidfrationn. I 10 a S an 1 *. Re ...-@ cf mortgage, Dade County and that 'br finding of the pars ,'.ne re-IJrncet, one bMr B Sat i
D5. lo'* 4. U.! 14 ...nI I :. lock I -c I.rJt, Co IU J H Tatum !lean .H. A'd I .t.ft the president ot I :...n and one br Mr \\' D Averv. ,
Iota 1. :. II and 20 luck 4' anj War"an'\ dv.d. Fort Dallas Land the 1'1'.\ rnuneil.!: .. a. furnished the I bo'h on 11 rl street Mr S B Hood I i
IS and 14. block 32. Miami :0; J H Ta uai for |Si'). lot 3. bk boar I .\ccomianMnj\ the !p 'tl'Ion : mill also build at once on 12th street
Warranty deed. Mar> and, VS anti ::0'* anti 9. block 1C Miami for fianilnatt as 'b.. report| 01 the I teen B\ Shearer and U R. un Ruck I t""I-. ortli tift ient at . . 39c

Brickell to Edward : Ta--. \v.;::a_ .:, 1. For: Dallas Land Co pbKlctan atlng In specific details Keen of Ru JIDI. Pa bought four Lin..n" .. .. thirt .fsecent' :it 3Jc
wife for $100. lot S. b' k C:. : J H Tatum for {lOn( lots 671 sufficient cause for Mr\ God man hating i I lo* on Elttenta street on which I.on..n" *.
Mortgage deed. E<1 rd 10 block S. Miami been forted to lat off from duty |They will probably build early In the .. .. t\\ enth,'e tent at t. 19c
sad wife to H C RO e for $310 Chattel mortgage George Zap to laat .. trk I I fall when they come down They also 14inen" '" ent)' cent :at 12c

i. block C2. Miami \\' Douglas for 12 100 one certain J. H T'lum" Co. Informed the purchased four choice Iota on kta Linen" .. ten centnat . .
DeeJ Model Laad C to Woo.11. I mill and fixtures at Silver Palm board In. rl'ten communication street. between Avenue B and the 8<
cemeterjr. for $1 and ,her Warranty deed. Fred C Miller and thai they ""letlred to lay eight Incn I I bat and ten lots on 7th street west Table linen, hleacheil, worth 65 cent at . . . 33.

aUons 1* 11 acret In --ctloD 21 I fe to Forest M. Blritooe, half inter severs on 1Lh.: 12 and 13th streets lof I the railroad. these Iota being par Table> linen. bleached, worth 50 cent at . 39c
M tp 4} south rang- 41 eait I In ten acres of land In section SO from the wes f-rn boundary of the city chased through the agency of Cooley Damask Napkin bleached
worth dollar and
lot t and 10 block 5. S2 such range 42 east Units into the Miami ricer on llth ;t: ft Horner one twn.tv-hve ct, 1

Lakeriew addition to West I U"arrann deed Chaa E. Hamer ft .street also on Atenue K from llth I I I ]tau before leaving Miami nail week Damask: Napkins, bleacheil, worth one fifty at. . 1.35

Beach h) W t Metcalf. attorney In tad 0 1 t2.trret.and I on Avenue J from 12th :;: ):!or Payton Hick Invested In tae Damask! Napkin, (leached, worth two dollar at . 1.79
Warrant deed C Schroeder J. \\' Robinson for I2SO fire acrte to 13th street a total distance of ,'choice. lots
on Thirteenth Greet IB Damask Napkins! It cjctled, worth tift . .
two
wife to Victor Wend for $250 : section\ 1C tp 43. tout. range 4] 'in: set Riverside and Mr E. W. Land! for } it 2.33)
acre* section *. tp 3$. south .1 The communication stated furtherhat I himself! and his son.In-law. )lr. Martin Bureau carf, hem-titchetl, worth thirty cent at We

41 Plat I Warranty deed H L. Clark and the firm had taken the exact of Reading Pa bought two Center Table Co\er, colored, worth tift.cenl' at .
23
Mortgage deed J H Tatum 'o Man )1. Soar for IS and otherinridera co t of ever) sewer laid by the city choice lola on Eleventh itreet ..DeIA""nup
Crathla 8niton for $1.1<00. Iota 5 Ions certain described land ant! found the cost to be about II ...0Mr L Several other home I Large linen table coter, North one fifty at. . . 1.10
par
<. block 10 Miami sec Ion 13 :tp I 5". south range 4i | foo' therefore entailing a total 'ies will (this week make their selec- Large linen table co\ or*. worth two fifty :at 1.75
Warrant deed. 0 0 Popple'on rust. of |\.400 In latlng the above men for
tlnna the
William A Seiner for $20 one artMor't: t? deed! George 0 Currie to tloned sr.. .ers also that 111"ar.. hornet and the purpose prospect o' are building that tt'htte' ounle'p..ne', worth one dollar at . 69c

ii section 'K. tp 33 emu' b. range C Rornfh for II.000. lot C. block a* are of the custom of the cltr to .here will be from 25 to SO rood re* \\ li te Counterpanes, worth one twenty use itl 1.OO
east J.If..roon' Lakestex extension of pay one bird: he cost of lading all White
IJence* erected there between worth
now Counterpane hft
ft .
one '
warranty deed 0 0 Poppleton I est Palm Beach severs. but that they mould not a.khe and a\t'mbf'r 1.25
(Cbs McPnernon: for $10 :Mor gut deed 3\bl Jenkins to tar clti 10 i pas this prorata hut .ln Home builders predate\ the fact I White counterpane, worth two dollar at 1.09
square rod In section *. tp. 38 B iff'jr'IH: *'* tad 2 block b l.'s: that It |pay for be manholes and White ,
that: no other portion of the city\ Ule counterpanes. worth two fift at 2.OO
range 41 eaa et 'lo..lnll and for 2). )
I II'1 : < feet of .Irahle because of the fact that '
Satisfaction o: mortgage 8 L. \\'..r..L'v d>-d. H. 8. Cummins and trot pipe necn.aro carry the sew here sill be sewer water. electric \Vh te counterpanes, worth three dollars at 2 25
tenon to Albert HetnkleWarranty fe to CarolM.! Dorothy for I"S Into the Miami rherareeall
11E'1"I! paced 1 *'reet. and an electric Read made
deed Benjamin and stir < In .ec:ion t": Arc! acres in <. be company promised 1.II..ay. making It all so easily aecefslhle ) pillow cases worth fifteen cents at. 1Qc

Rusnell lo Henrietta W Marten ..t.nn 2*. tp ->C oou'h range 41 east t.10 the work' iccording to the grade to and from all parts of the Read)' made pillow cases worth lOC: at . itc
$1 anj other considerations. lb. \\j 11..11\ d acre in section 11. tp. ij.south. to Caroline U Do-otht for 1250 5 (fro i ire.. .ts'rm to he city. reservinghe Other Sales ReportedThe Ready made sheets, worth seventy. five cents at 63c
41 east .. In 'ectnn| 2":'. 63 south. rllth' '.> collect from property ,
tt' range fl'ii' of Cooks' A, Horner real I lace curtains. full size. worth
Satisfaction of mot tig?. P K" each flf voo at 1..50
rasarranti' |turner. par :> foot lot ando t a'e dealers. report the followingh
WtKe t to I. A Coo \ and J \\' sleet. Ma llda Pent t for puttee Ir: 1"." and tapping the -lift ag 'exat'ng more than I I Lace curtails : full size worth I. 50 at . 1.OO
Horner : I. \\'", ze: for IS certain land :lame The communication ran or- I2j0.iv made! during the tat two '
Mortgage deed Mn, lie B section i 21 t tl' 54 south range 41 I ,tired place on file weeAr Lace curtains. full sue, worth 5e\'entr fire cents at 39c
I'
and L A Cooler to B.l nk of Bay J. S Frederlek. engineer of the
Lots' 2 S and 6. Robbins, Graham A Muslin gowns elaborate!)' trimmed worth J.oo at 2.23
caroe | !board!. furnlched a profile for regrad
Chllllngworth for
Warrant deed Jan,t. T. 1Lt: he t..1.I of I'b Street. between Bell addition Muslin gowns, high neck worth 2. 50 at 2.OO
to Jnlla R: Bateson for 5100 MEETING BY : ,, 1 Jame'l
\ C
1 \ .nu and D also a profile ana .
1,0 K. block! C. Muslin
other( conaidra'lons lot 14 block : BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS I! Tile of xca\atlon, for the purpose of Jo'ephlne S Horner tame a gowns low neck worth I. 75 at. . 1.25

Miami lattng a sewer on 1!*'h street fromRrl.tol1 list l 11. Mock 15 same addition f'"r I Muslin gowns. Hamburg worth 1.50 at . 1.10
Warrant deed. Robertelhorn '
I \ A\entie to Avenue D, and otiA
An interesting and lengthy session J 3 Coleman
wife to John Fronock for 11 and enne D from 19'h to lth street Muslin gowns, lace trimmed worth cents at .
.1 5 48c
the Board of Public \\orks wa tan's 9. II). 11 and 12:!. block 12.
considerations lot 22. block' 77.: I.'IC' tn, sib l 'Ices for I
no bill and
a' the citv, council chamber 00'I same addition for J S Gerrock Black sateen worth
ami .-. petticoat one rift at .
.l'Il'ca.lor. of 98c
: ,I..'.n nUh wash a full l-oai 1 |pre- grade of 14th street lists I and :24! block 51 south for )
)ImljfallC: } ntbl. and B Su The leport ass accepted) and :he'I ''c Ladles ,
the
H Brad:et I waists, very latest worth two fift at. 25
to DaJe County Security\ Co clerk borlzed )
I an to Ivrrtlse for bid
$400! Iota 5 and 6. block 10 Miami Strtet 8I1pHhttndf'Dt| J. D. God ; for drain: the said work I:Inv..f 1 P.to ORelllev in !ncu! .*1 1tn block 74f La' i ies ,,'aists. the very latest: north two t\enty t\e 2.00
Mortgage deed J Austin H.I:1 fuini brf a report showing that I I
I' also '! ,
sat an horliel that the
I had been delivered him\ the Lot C. i. inM. Baldwins addition L'ldieslists.: the ver latest worth dollars
to
wife tor $1$00. lots 1' is and rf br | elp.'k pteiare anl advertise for bids I ) two at 1.731.OO
I 'or Charles} Our
and east era feet of lot 1C block | ; > Jrportment, since January 1st,
fpavlrg "h std Sth steer from Lanes:
Miami "ate. the follootng cumber of prls Ina f and 7: block 100. Miami for waists. the erlatest worth ?ne twenty rive r
C'lIrh
t. rush
S"I l fa'IloD of mor:gage: r"n\'I.1 and sentenced In the I A fen o'he" mat'ers of minor 1mtance 1"; : and F 8n.1I.100 1 q block ton:,its n.II"'n't iinl' 10 and Idlf. Ladies walking skirts white mohair worth 3. 50 at 2.30
s a -
cour S2t Feb
: Jauuarr : .
Count ftTirri Co J. .
,
) to '
y l \ ae e (riten: rtntiderarlnn af "
1S6 March. 23: Us 's-. >r. .T Rn.> Ladies welkin skirts white mohair worth
Hall et, tilWarranty. : April : w Irh she ; 5.00 at 4.00
'
tr n ee Irjr IJourned .
,
; > < ; id' < ;ii :: BaUin
al. S;!' There 4C "
ds'ed! F" M .e-e escaped ,
ancet Ad.'ittnn;I fnVA : A Baldwin all 1 Ladies walking skirts. white linen worth three fifty 2.75
I guards ad prl to Ech is F Boa. and wife. for 110 .
RIVERSIDE '
0'her ronvldfraiioat. fit ac ei lo ri IS BOOMING ?'s 7 and < block Ifl. Robhlns. Graham Ladies walking skirts brown linen worth three fifty 2.5O
ml' ,
rlllllln''ol1h'
lien J*. tp !1* south! ranei 4* eaMortgage >' '-wn n I"OD 1 I' ass decide! that the Deve !I.. Riverside s addition for"T' I
oprrert" are lolnl Ladies '
f- B walking skirts black cloth. worth four
deed, Ed aiD F Bo. & fifty at 3.50
fie to Fiance M Rots fir $3.( Ladies
walking skirts, black cloth worth six dollars at 5.00
Are a' : 4..L ii ,:. "0. p 53
rangei.; :i. t a<' ttl'n. Ladies: walking skirts, brllliantint-. w >rth rue: dollars at 4.OO

warranty'. deed J. P. Coleman CATARRH A NATiO1' SCOURGE Ladies walking skirts brilliantineorth
Ii'I 1 Liter for $200 lot 11 350 at 230
it R. ;Ins. Rraham Ladies
and walking skirts silk worth eight: dollars at 6,tO
.
"V Warranty fub-divlsion deed Jo T Frow PE-RU-NA A FAMILY NEED I Childrens caps white and colored worth 35c at 19c

wife to lames Turner fir 1'Su ( Childrens fast black hose worth 20 cents at 11c
U, 1C, anl 1": block 2C Frow ,
..tud"arr3D' ; Bo\s under shirts worth Sic at 23cnu's

\\ > 4"I. Henry MJ.lock ;r / f
negligee shirts. worth thirt fire cents at
wife to W P BYion for $1 ten ) 23c

,!la tat.section :JO tp s:. too h. range .L Boys negligee shirts, worth fift)' cents at 39c


:Vnrtzate deed B-n Hearst to A 25
W Richbourg for .1"5:' west but ) :) per cent Discount OP all of

X. block. :34eot Palm Beach I
Commission, State o' focus to > ? our Men's and Boys Clothing and Shoes

I. :\I"t.'a1f. notary public. Sate fr \

large I0th for foar tears. dating from reaYy .

!>.>*.J). BfiHton and Florida A tlan hn
CoaK' I land I 1"0. to jtr Kate iT
Isidor Cohen
&
for fill 15 acres in ,ectl >n 1>. r Co.
.
4':' son > ante f. ea.
Mori,: *.- deed Geo Zapf and ... nheJrr *
to F-rs. \a' ona: Bank "f M lla"l 1 303 12th Street Miami Fla.
$21<' n. R hlf 1 tat an I lo: r; '} ,
:1f..'a' Palm Barb

Situfaction of m'.tlga*.'. Lee \
len to \\' J. Recten + d
.. 1? ; z
t'1-'s' '"n nf m"r gaz> J-nut
\\ainon 'jxtee. to James B. Bird l ,< l EXPERIENCE is m y' I
\lor 13j.? .J.eed. J'ilia E Bateson tr
s 1 1ban I to James T B un 'age i if1F BEST TEACHER Y .
$SaW. lot 14 block 11':'. Miami I i
Quit clay. deed Clara \ )( !
to the pub Flelrr Se) boll *t .
\\'fhlnr,,' '' .i P .tuna and Lt> .c I
a ,
avenues o ::fce r
plat of P rs 1i1'1'lon of Lemon s
'onllll\.ra'ioo $1atran tlS
a 1
\\' 'j leed' other T Ton f+ (0 AI
and site to \\' H Jane: for $'' O

iota t. 6, and S. block 11 north s

arrlTV I
"1 Frank CKborn 'n Elna'bin 1

Field Lr $1 and o'her ('on'!IWa' I.J
anniis scribed plo'. of land.
Ditde 01 wini'''. SKcretstlac: 4.5 III
Relea of mn-tgaze F-s .
Bank ..' st .\'gutlne 11 V. C; C.J

n'rn [ at 1
\'oIId-ranl' ,!led W C \. it ,
and I .it. tn 1 I.. J. Ballllr fir I o

wear BewhWar ha +01 4, block 2<1 'V" ., jJ TEXAS i ra c.

%
"anty deed Ames ffGeo BIrl
G Currle. for I*M< r. e.. MEXICO IIIoJ
lot 1. block 2*. West Palm Beach
Commmslon State of Florida to How often have I told you to ue:

H Richmond to be no'''\' puMic.S'
at large dating from sep 12 nns ,
PEHE
Wartantp df't'd. Joseph T 1 ; United D
an I .. ..f:0 lam. Tu-n'-r f > !<\ \ I Vegetable Paper
1"1: ', std I 1". bock! 26 Fro f
stead t u i
.
warranty dee I B *u","n aol l a
to J H Tatum f.'r 11 an I fl'h.-r CATA R R11 RS1.D1million For Wrapping Tomatoes

Fldf'r..DF.W'lt'r.ln s rteelF 1 lot 4 ,l>,!,,vk rss'la.': \1..A11'Ilam'(

to J II Ta urn fo !:0't I In'. r. "

C. Deed block *10 '.. tams Bt"s i C' (."",l \ "Thirty-eight people, which is half of our It is The Best a:: d Most ECONOMICAL

for l 20 So tots :1 1 ar I :: n' -ck entire popu : tio. suffer frrai some form of catarrh
Mxiih. Mange..
Mortgage deed J L anl! Julia in the course of a year. This demonstrates the great livery sheet gt 4rantt: f'd For sale b\ _XM

Crier to L J Ballard for 100,, '
It Lt "' I t.antaua.
an rJaudoo .t I 1. H 0
Sjotrom
!" block 14. West Palm need of Pe-ru-na in HallaadaJ
Beach every home to protect the family Bn... Miami M B Leman. Lantaoa
Re ase of trortsage..Lranoar F
A. J Hiuker UtUe
River
Uer r0 Joha aid Orr LATKM. \against all catarrhal I Planter Packing and Pr.sentag
Chattel diseases.--s. a HARTV tt'v. M. D R 11lr.Doaald": Co. rolforil ('o Delray list
mortgage. PH. Ll p, Saxon 4r Co. r>erfl JJ "Ioya-oa *, Parker.A" Bora'MIAMI -
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TNt MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY' APRIL 20. 1101

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It he Is Price the Quality that :and: Everything i ; For The House the It is price the quality make and



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our goods p f
.4 our jcccs pcpula




furniture, Carpets Rugs Mattings Kitchen Utensilsof




every description





Fran. T. Budge 3Stla. Street, IVtiaxxxl, pn i oiride



the good qualities o* others and many WILL BEGIN '
TRACK
additional ones If you really waat I II. M. KING LAYING oday The power, at the alt of tM

I Town Topics. I the best machine mad, call on m* somethingn'otesean old tannic acid plait, d luring com
I nles. pletion an ] will b. fa
or let call on you, and w* will Undertaker andl occurs thorough con
oaua. EmbalmcrtUH the work dittos for
of
.- tell them I laying the track giving adequate power a*
ul be Miami 3'reel Railway Company soon a* the track and other
part of
Mr Anna K Dearborn Grove has home moved Into Miss Eta Taraboroufh;: will hold her I ; ) AVENUE D will\ have been commenced and well the system ace ready for operation,

from her Cocoanut graduating recital on April 24. assisted I under way inside the nest week or which win be la tie next slxly or alae-
Arena B
the Peppard residence on ten daysA ty daysCaught
Mrs Franklin Coleman Personal lnatlo dives Af I II ,
'. and 8th .Ir...' where she will reside h Prof and I to Call ,
Buih and Mr W. C DvGarmo kiss large force of mea are now lathe

until November lartioroujh who will graduate from I I worst cutting cross ties aad a Cole, ; While Hunting a Burglar

the Miami Conservatory of Music In I raise funds for providing the team MAKING UP ASSESSMENTS sufficient number of tie to commence
and snpptle for I
Aetna dynamite piano t I. the first pupil to five a reclthe mtth new uniforms, which lll be ref work with are expected to arrive her Mr Wm Thos Laoorgaa. provincial
wl by Lumaius Seven. _:. Consertstory not having bHlIrouDJl'd dally! Immedlatelt' after which workon
ulatlon as morn by the National Baseball fount Tax Assessor George O. countable at Chaplran Ontario say:
sufficient\ time to estab1h the track will: be commenced '
a 'I League '' Op- 1 caught a cold
lltl'I. who last month made a tour' severe while huntinga
Dr J M Jackson and Dr J. H until this tear a regular graduating nf :he countreolilng tax returns, .'r.'lolII11' \ begin at the depot aadextend burglar In the forest swamp last

F Mullett have gone to Gainesville class Miss Yarborough Is a re- i I Ila Weather Bound s no. ''usllv engaged In making down Slath street To Avenue. fall Hearing of (Cnamnertal. Cough

to attend the State Medical Assk. for 'h* present year. though up (,,,,0. down Avenue O..to 1! .'...t and Remedy t tried I', and after using
I '
elation held there this week. Dr. 'vailed for the pant tao days has kept; 'h.. work will probabh: no' be finish 'out that thoroughfare. west, through two small bottles, 1 was completely

Jackson I II president of the associatlon Bought Ellis Grove I the houseboat Vacabondia! ready tit''' *d. ....tor.- the beginning of the next Riverside to Rlvermont. a distance of .cured This remedy Is Intended especially -

and Dr Mullett Is the delegate Mr P A VanAgnew. the well knownattorbet depart for Jacksonville, wei-her hound new tear about two mile This will complete for cough and colds It will

from the Dade County Medical As- of Klsslmmee. bas bought 'I here She sill not get a. a\ until the Mr Butler stairs' that the property the system for the present, although lumen anal relieve a severe cold I'a
he Ellis: gore on the south 'ork of i ih conditions favorable It will be extended to other
soclatlon to the 8-ate organization are more o" n,'rs wereen ,dllUtory in making teas time than bt any other Treatment
Miami River for which he pale parts of the city is the service Jeniands .
i, r."'urns to aim on bis trip and that and Is a favorite wherever Its superior

Bradley fertilizer ar* the best '3.0\4' I Will, Go to Key out of bout! six thousand taxable excellence ha. become known For
On Ma.. 1. Capt Albert Helnkle will Three car of steel rails for the track i t"
sale
Blscatne
sale by J. E. Lummus, Miami e ,l'r"l..r.i.i t In the counts he receivedoniy > Drug Company aida
4Lot John De Berry for Constable lake chance of Soldier Ket a. caretaker : nhundud returns This wl. hate arrived and are being unloaded !' dructlatsREASONS

announcement of Mr John De for the summer He sill take .
c'ut1 him io make. the ffiments --
A cake sale will be held bv Southern Rery-andidate for constable from l'h him his l.unl'lII'ht $ 'mID<>I. ns he dp'trt 'hem proper

CroM Chapter of the Daughter this. the 10th district appears In theMe and sill use her in maklnc; frequent C"II.I.IN.bh less trouble will: be experienced

of the Confederacv at the BlaarueHotel ropolis today Mr. DeBerry Is one units to the fin Cap' Helnkle had | this year In completing: the.issessmen's
afternoon at : of he pioneer residents of Miami and
next Saturday charge of Soldier Key last summer and' than was encountered'ast
o'clock. for the benefit of the Old Dade Countt Is thoroughly capableand gave perfct satisfaction
>< ar as Mr Butler' has "ept "'I'nIdorml'J !)
Soldiers' Home in Jacksonville Fla < wit: 'make a good and efficient\ I on all ImproH'.l1rS under

Miss Maude Coachman Is chairman of officer\ It nominated and elected to Tarpon Party ComingThe
wa and male! since, lut tea bath H
the committee having the affair In the position auxlllarv yacht Savalo Capt Miami and 1Vts' Palm Beacnahere For Ilnying a High-Speed Ball Hearing

charge and .I!! are Invited to attend Pick Carnet. which has just finished the greatest amount of his time was

Peyton Hicks DepartsMr a ten successful and satisfactory tarpon iken In fixing assessments: He will

Money to loam o* l prorfl property. Pet tOil Hicks. who recently disposed cruise with Mr Leon F IXmt'a.! herefore be able t t. rite more time

C. 8 Am d.n. COo a..t Grove of h's' business block on AvenueD and friends aboard hat been chartered n i attention: to other I'ar. of the

to Mr J W Wstson left last algal ,,1 hi a Mr Pitt of Xe. York. atm: sill: ,",'uDt,.. and In the end hate his book. i rtea w"Standard"

Miss Irene Vallet. connected with for Ba'tow' to visit his father after ;,1tte loan about the first of rent Dlonth' more thorough: and complete( than ev.

of BurJInet which he sill go to Phoenix. Arizona ;,10 get asay aboard her fir an outlnj n t before
the millinery department
to make hit future home The many with these fame fan
Quarurman for the past season
friends here of Mr Hicks regret to w
will leave tomorrow for her horn In PASSED THE HOUSE
r>'e him ss a cltlren but trust for msatterea Oratorical Medal Contest
while with
Michigan stopping for a
and welfare In his new home The oratorical contest t f,'r the gold '
before continuing snlnzton.
relatives at Delrat, \ptll 1 *- The House
tier .Jr
and It The Politicaltuat'on I to the pupils of the Mmau 1'lIb1:1'): hi annual ,.
Miami .
sail, man friends In sr -Ing of th. I rl ed II'.
At ttl' the mos' Interesting topic of .school. mill N. held' on 'h, right of the
li hoped by all who met her that she fourfo- 'h. "I'h'rn fainter ofF
(oont a'lon about the city these i J3d at the schol ndi'orium Therenill "
a .i return again next season rl :a. .1' Miami
Bats is the political situation Men I* eight or :en contestants and'he '
The hill *',i. In' ro IUN.I 1 l-\ ('nngressman
!:a'''her In little groups, and cuss and i1iscn..lotis promise to |tw derided ,
(Clark u Flonda. in '!. laieud
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deliveredor
Order a case of soft Jrtnks
dl-cufs the \arlous candidates for the I ly interesting, The Risen ne or- ,
fr > | l''i)
> n a PP'TOII' which pa.sedwith
shipped to you bv the Miami Bolt- Mitral offices\ mainly the clerkship c.bp.'-. sill| furnish music Ju':'nt the branches of i','mjr..-e bu' was
Miami Ha elf' h11'b will furnish the greatest''evening .
hug Works Mfgb. ii'oe.l hhe Pr. .l.!len on the g-ound
amount of contention and while but .
fat .\. rrl-ott i ''\et. i ht the
Mr F N Marvlck went up to Pa one ran be elected the champions of The Report Untrue nlted' S'a'. T'\\\ \lc- (t'iq-] of nor-

laths last night, to visit his home fora tnrh candidate are so confident of the Mr Margaret, Arnol.l: Groom s'a'es'' I h'.. Southern' hl l l.'rtc' l I. adequate,

few d..... From there he will go to, ncr< ts o their favorite that wagers that the report hirh had gone "out ,, .red !becans. It pr .crlbeil for the publir Shuttle Rotary
ar.agtrh offered and as willing!)
New Tork. for the summer where he that )Ir. H M Pagler had given the I, of Mlnml fiirnt-hlng a place for
sken Several thousand dollars wlU I
will complete tome work he started I rhinre Christian Church of Miami. a ))0>' upon b..Idirs! : nail I '"rl1'. ot 'ht, I'nltet
hands the result of the
on .
4 before coming tq oversee the erectionof hirh to erect an edifice! is un < :!> rote N"'if'.tpsr-c 'o 'neI
Halrrtnj Hall Mr Marrtck' Is very clerkship contest atone. ;'Uroe Mr Groom says that she went I E.'ternmentI': Machine

proud of his work here and tara he to St Augustine, last seek b\! request Is belt ct''i the hilt will p.l'l the Sewing

wishes he could live as long as It will I Evidence of Prosperity if he members o the Christian S'na'e and V spprnrel\ lv the Pres
stand He will return TO Miami next: As ttidence of the fact that the 1 '
church to ask Mr Flagler to give them'Id M-nt as th. ba'nres o mhlrh he ob- ..
winterI natfufacture of cigars. is a paying> | lot for a church building and that pried ha\ l item ellmlna'od

t-ntu-e In Miami the Miami Cigar he has taken the matter ONLY
un In ajmnt \ !Is.- ---- ONE REASONFor

you want fertilizers consult J. E. factory i I. now working dally thirty and the church hops for a far Ml s Tr"lll''aU"T an.1Ih' Esde .
men and I II barely able to keep abreast
Lnmmoa, ages for th. oM reliable fonbla decision )Ir. Flagler ha. gen '' Smith, who were connectd t'b thmilllnen ,
t (of its orders This company Is taming I erouaiy aided the other churches ot department of 'he popular buying any other machine vi 1: It I II cheaper. But there I I. more "MfUeosence

Bradley foods out grade of cigars second to' Ithe city. and they are living memorials! nurdlne, and Quarterman s'or. the m the quality than in the price
none manufactured and expects to enlarge '
ito his unbiased religious chants mhlch nis' winter I.'f' this morning for the'r The 'Swndarl Roia-v 3hM"le Never Stop when 'he Machine I II
The engagement of Mr Charles D. its capacity very materially betoten ( .'111 continue to so acre long after bepassed h..m.11.' .. Vallej! will make a visit la ooratl'inI01.1! s'yl .h'urtl..* start and. STOP TWICE to each stitch.
Wheeler and Mist Effle Claire Welst now and fall It I II the consensus 1 has '
away n friends In Pelra before going on Jus' 'think oT the ex'ra s'rntn IIcl I wear ha: this make. *' The Standard
both of this city. Is announced, the of opinion that Miami will at no dls5'
ti her home Michigan 3n.111.I .s Roan Shuttle ,
Rant motet onwa'd] milnuousii wltnoir: a Jar
wedding to take place on the eveningof date be a formidable rival to KeyVest
For Memorial' Day Smith will Milt! in Daytona and will The needle bar has onlt -wo motion '0 'f'nI..h\ whereas the vibrator -
fad the \ the
the Following marriageMr and Tampa In cigar Industry
... in from there to her hon-e in Mlcan'op1 .
bar has four
At th<* called meeting on last Tree
and )lrl11..I.r will take a I ''
bridal trip to S...... after whit i Baseball Tkktta on Sal* day afternoon of the Daughters of the 'la Bo'h \oung ladles were ten j :No' hylance wh..el require) I I'o cam motion user the stop and< .'.rll

they will continue to make their home The season baseball ticket which Confederacy a large number were present popular "sorlalh In Miami and male\ The momentum of each stitch\ helps make the next
and It man) frlenJs who trust then will re I..'.' noise than ant o'her machineRt'N3
I was decided that It woul
la Miami Both the contracting parties -, the Miami club proposes to sell at the '
aN well and favorably "' ilressonable I price of 12 SO, entitling al be a mistake to take no part I In the nrn next winter 75 PER CENT LIGIITER THAN OLD \CHINE3

aaJ have a large circle of friends hereand holders to a seat In the grandstaaj j I Memorial flay exercise It was thereore I The ret tha' \It Is the mot rapid sewing machine made Is conclusivepoof

throughout the State oral I to all games played between ow r..ol"'d'l.1&t as unforeseen' clrcnnit'ancea There are man? people who can that It is I'ih'ost'! n.nrlns, an.I I good I evidence' It Is vert quietIs

and January 1. of neat year, are now have arisen to prevent 'lit'I'ILPfI't.J end hjman nature In the lines of the I the iron: r.ipl! .e.'.r-mak< two mntiuns'if 'h.. treadle to 'hre* of

If yon are golmj to par out yourfood in the hands of the various players I program that the Daughters hand They tell to their own satis : o' hit machine, tn .. lni: the .t .. I 1.nu h of .. .m It mi'e. 175 .r'\I..lIe..bll *

money for % machine, why not of the team and can be pul't'hllll'Jfrom : will: meet at the Fair bull lint at .t two (al'tloub.t kind of a person carries a urhe s makt 1 I'w'

get the best Ott *r make ours food them The object In selling the i o'clock on the afternoon of.iie"! -S4tJi 'ie hand I There are others who can I' makes hot the two thread lock stitch and since: 'breal chain sMtcb\

baa w* claim for h* STANDARD all tickets at this reasonable price la to and hold exercises consisting l of an ad 'f I 11 a man by the way he holds his i It makes 'h,- pretties' and most ,,1..11ll'b\

-- -- ---- ,, Tress music. presentation of crosses head There are others who can tell T..n
lof honor lo the veterans of Camp Tier In the '''lImaublphat kind of a giant. nuatti of rih t-it ,"her r.i.n bin. can lo a. much,

Anderson and t then prorto I the l"rtjn he Is. and In each ass there li |Ion. s nit brat '.ir.ml shin 'h.. ichlne I U PID ',rkwa-it

r I cemetery to decorate the grates of 'b.aoldlt'r. much truthDid The S'shard'. Rot.irt has 'he nigxest Nibln of any lock .'1'1'11 machineHulds

who sleep there XII frl.'nds \ you eter stop to think that you pal iaM of No; '.i ....'r.D

Burdine & UteresU-d ar* Invited to a'tend and ran tfll a firm bt Its aher'lstng'S l'h., tendon l Is release 1 when takln: our the gnnd"Ib. .

Quarterman era requested to bring flowers to the !:'"dv he ads, In this pap.r and you ., shnrtest needle u'..1| m let stitch machine*--herefore ley liableto

I Fair building or send them to the r1 will be surprised how true to life they Unit and skip sti'ch.s

I deuce of Mrs C I) I....ffler on the TM This Is a h" Mer test o our theory Fend, motions all pn.ltit,. -no spring:' IIM'.I-h- nee machine wlTl feed

i Boulevard The procession to the than any thing else You know user all thickness of g'srh| and ....nl. .'Irb....' chewing 'he cloth. no matter

cemetery sill form at the Fair building h. inert hunts and toil can judge how ;: what I.'nlt'h of stitch|

far wrong sere. \\l'l wear twice a< long as oth.r lock M'ch machines

I There i are the nrms wno nave neen in that s, t i>f at'achm.n' In an' machlr.'. self adjusting lad I fis'ened 'o

II STEVE McNEIL'S AIM WAS BAD business a long time and have a fair ,, the pre.ser tar In place of the 'out

-_. business at a good: profit The\ are IU-.t !bill "hearings. fitted with adjustable pone.crew to take up wear

wtlsfled "o let things take their course'. Mont ally .hr. .d.... of any machine made"

Vhal came near being: a tragedywas : I Their at! 'dls that they ran be found tw..,,"]'.. all *wing m.chh.e cnmpante* are r.'.nftlng ,to he anp'riorttyof
enacted on Avenue I>. at \iartln
shooting gallery between 9 and 10o'clock it I the .an a o'l place and their goals 1 the Standard Roan !Shuttle: by bringing out and' off.! .rin* for ale

.' \ Tuesdav ire 'h- same a. ttsnal so there Is I 110'' rotary >h<.ttb> marhtnx Thew niachin 'Tit; s do not . night when Stete Mc
Dry Goods 'Neil 'i 10"- 'o change: the rca ling, hence their *no. ing th'v are defective. owing to our ,nn''''' of basic pu'en's. hut hey
a white man grabbed
a revolver
i.l I sands the .ame all the tear. and do raw them as an argiimenf against rnt.irt machine In 'b.. .odor. 'o sell
lying on thecounter and! our"athree
II .ar af'.r t irThfre 'h. Ir ill, sttle tit riti.r
shot at one Herman Miller
,
? art nib' r firms who make If ton nullv want th' hi 't machine made let
Ladies' FurnishingsFine also white, but without effect iis put ton 'S.an'l.rot"In
*-n.atlonil 1 run< ft prices below the tour home \\'. In'roO\ pt"'on If inn are 'hlnklng of purchasinga
The trouble 1..111111
: to the
shooting. It Is tip cost price and when you real I I' ton m." hint drop u. a line in I w. silt: .h.'f.II". put a '.n""r.I" I 'in 1 tour borne
said oeourrel at took a' once for 'h,. hook for you know .in1 l If inn dun. t '.it "'t .- 'h. \' ;RtH: T then w. ,1"1' man' '
'vet 1)
Zapfs mill!
saw on 'he HomesteadIententdon
MillineryMost r Is a halt because no man can sell here ?1' .tnd It ,I"n' c,.' stilt i r.n' 1.1'l his a fair "r"'I'.n',
of theF E C .
Railway ,...' h ..
: 1'0" unless he makes Itip
I I Previous to the assault McNeil en CALL OR WRITE TODAY CASH OR ON TIME
II sonic other w atThere
I deatored to !borrow tne re' oi\er from
|is the firm with the catch
II ; Mr Martin stating thahe wanted ., n"I' "\\'.. want tour money "
to force a man to spoloetre: but would The Racket StoreW.
II I I lltat ass a f ,01 hlrg '0 ales-ti. and
'.not shoot him Mr Martin refusedto 'h, sat it so'. nn shorn.d 'hi firm
let him hate "(1'.'
aat", 'n. anal 1 '
"t. ris in th' au h. rtl.ln| (Asti! It
about that time Mil., r vane' along: 's n''ml,! t'rilet't' in.ired\ H. ChdMe; & Son Agents. Miami Florida
I sub\ some fri n,Is .
i.! 'h. nap" r. rI',' w.iv '0 print
His appearance seemed 'o etclteMcN'ell i. any liner 'rh.n '1uI, frm made

: complete line in the city. ant 1 e--iiv: >hne| r> a it, ,m 'ne ,, 'lane'rf' f- ,. and 1 tti.ri.et" 1 hVi

discharged |II 'hr.-. tinn .., \l1'.r.a"b '': '1 \ "',,1 I 'it: .iI", iv'd. r nuts' '0 'he'i To Parents: School will Soon be Out!

.!vr' rolnr: ''1 11, nf ".. In' n'e! 1lrtin '. ..rt. ""'1'. for S c. n', trot: 'ban
Mail Orders Promptly Filled. !':hor'" .
a..1I.1. Mr 1'0"1' I i?. '. t".od! f'o-n! 'h "10

Neil, .as .rr..t I t 10. M.,i-- i i :1.-I '" r' I,, .112 I t. r I'i, 'I'" ., nn"'h. Tile: __ -

sire and lock'd I r"i a je .
'ip i.lIoor".rl' "it I' I Ie IIw,1 I 'h.'r' r"'n.e

ron'ii, .sot' '- ,.1w-i 'h. .. .' of ri'u! ofrtt'tnz Miami
I \\hen srraliB. < In 'n', munlrlpal Their re's hate boon of Conservatory of MusicW
.
A court th* morn"t.e/: \1, N.il; h..I"I'1\! kin 'h.l' I' Mk. ten ll"le rR"r'he

he ha.' male 'h. a- I on vr: \ .. 'I i f the (it..r av. In'. ::1.It I '' hold a special Summer term May '
.t to August tat '> V o 'n.
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and was rennfl 1 't. re' 11111.1 t .
.t'r and bit.-' > hat
Bardine & Quarter-man Miami Florida : 'horltlea for 't: a on tie .tu- 'ou'charge 11". sop 'o 'a',. ml \lolling' In Piano, Kindergarten and Prima usic' Call or write. toe oai' icu-

of asf mit w h u .'n-: '" art and terms. A fine opportunity Ice the young foiht. Pactic

j Miller! stating that V w.,"i 1.1 t ,aK e 1.\\11 I H RinVKREVe rO\fPAST Piaros supplied free. REGISTER EARLY

t that charge against him \ want roar money FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Dirsc-oe. 229 Twelfth' Str* t


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fete arty MIAMI METROPOLIS. FRIDAY APRIL' 20. 110tI

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ''OFFICIAL COUNTY I apport the result: of inch primary. nd i various canJIJates shall: be a* fol-

WHIT TIE COUNT! COMMISSIONERS AT COCOANUT GROVE support tile nominees tbereot tows:

The polls thai be opened and dosed Representative . . .1 SI.04

I rixoanut l.Il'\t.' Apr.i 14 Mrs A DEMOCRATIC(; CALLA at the several election district: at the Clerk of Circuit Court . ISO.00

R GanlDtr gate a tr.os' txautiful plat no'jri used by the general election: Tai Assessor . . . 71.00

DID AT T l LAST "mm MEETING la "ta ou :,a* 1. da> af'.1 L..n at TibI 'aw The following named personsire Tax Collector . . . 7J.O A

I: r- t.,;: ..at.. noojl.-i :-fa for rouu.t'4 hertbT appointed Inspectors and County Treasurer . 71 00

r oi gates: situ were &DOUIj meeting of the Dad Count Democratic \ clerk for tbe several election: districts 'County Commissioner . 10 00
s at' S..: h. jKocj them Mrs ChatJarJntr : Member Board Public: .I Instruc 10 00

Eiecutlte Committee wit held Precinct! No. Inspectors: N. H. Justice of the Peace . S 00

Mr* GIII.k. 'ta un Monday afternoon at Miami.. Fla on the 14a Jay of Parks H. E. Stypmana and B. 0. Constable . . . 1 00
)Miami Fla. Aptii.,: : 'An '"- 'pod court 2? SO war ....o a piazza tea andJtligb'ful a Much 1X 6. pariuaot to adjournment Ball Clerk: Curd Schroeder Polling County Pisa and Game Warden 1.00
!I a't trnd court :..50 :; Mrs : kcoms Supervisor of Registration 1.00
ute tiili'lL bow
The board of county ComI : The following; call for a primary place Ban'a store
net this day in regular session 1 : ,.tI) JaIlor! 4'1 (><. 10 makt the west .t buoie decoia'.loaan All canjlates are required to ale a
election was adopted' towlt : Precinct SallIIperton: Prank
court work ::I.G5
tat T.- A. Wlnfleld, chairman. I 1 her piazza war a bower of beautiful written application to have his same
S.*ell, E. H. Dimlck, Harry .. commissions 55S 03 palmetto leases wild vices, flowers Notice la hereby given that there Bowers P. Kltcfcen and E. C. Miller i appear upon the offlclal ballot oa the

anJ E. G Tweedell; John .. sal . . J1.20 ', and air plants The camp cottage .. 1'1 be a Democratic Primary Election Clerk: James Hepburn Poulin. place blanks tarnished by tile commttt: ,

ajHU tb rity . . C.04 are mOil attractive backgrounds school house accompanied with tb fees shove set
piazzas *
sheriff .41 A. K. Deerborn. ( held: In the several election: dltrlcta *-
E Hill charity for for such gatherings, and t.. Precinct No. Inspectors: : frank fortb wltb Ceo P BuH. of Oju. IT*.
Minutes of Jut meeting : . . 1.00 I ladlrs hate tboruugblj: enjoyed went I of Dade county. Florida, on i Sheen. Joel A. Dean and Dan Coe- Secretary aaj Treasurer o Ole Cons

approve1Petition charity . 4..00 ibis season May IStn. UK:, and If necessary on grove Cierk: T. J. Campbell Polling I I"'y Democratic: Committee, oa or before

ofl A. Marshall com and mileage S.20 The Rangers held 011., a buslnesanitetlDg June 1:. 1XM;. for the Domination of place, old engine bouse. (|' the Ilb day of April A. D.1MC
mission to erect a private 1 .... .. corn mileage IOU unda the fclh. Precinct No. Inspectors Jesse The DemocraUe EiecutlT
on > having all Democratic candidate. State and : :: j County :
I lie rom Danla to Fort . . . I .
corn 2.00 I 1 born Inched to attend the call sent Dougherty, J. L. Oarnett aad T. W. Committee sbaU meet oa MoadayMayr'
along the west side of the : corn mileage 15.:0 out by Mrs Grace Manlove to tae County to be voted for by the Deta- .Fainter Clerk: Cnllen Penc Polling 21. 1XX at the County Court House

read wen received and *. com mileage IS.SC young: men and boys to meet at tbHuustktpeis I ixratlc! electors at the general e.ec- i place. Porter's Packing Hons '''III )Miami Florida, anj publicly eaavas .
A committee consisting of cbarlty . 1.04 tlon to t>e held November Ith. 110.. the
Club fur tbe purpose of Precinct No returns sad declar what
Inspectors T. M.
Bro.. G J. Sullivan and J. . and be i :
D. FlKl> .charity 12.00 to appointed by the Democrat-
a'bletlc association candidates
forming an A ,iMcRae. T J. Haygood and 1. B. are nominated by a majorIty
te'Io: "rre appointed to view car of Wells 2000 ,r Governor of the State: between the 1 vote for 7
goad audience Mrs. Mans each offlc la
tery greeted Tarlor Clerk: H. B. Poll county aad
mark out road from Cutler to salary . . 40.00 ::0\.. and a most Interesting: : dUcusilonft late! of holding men primary c'eoion Lag pUre, school bouse. Hodges what cases a second primary will

Palm and make report of same :.. charitj\ . . 6.00 >:lli: >.. el)1 Mrs Manlove.! after u.ting ', anj the holding; of the primary have to be helj.i .
next meeting of .t this board.Tbe I \! stationery . .8S! what b.. njeetlDg was called for. and rlwtlon.: A. D. lt08. Precinct No. Inspectors: : J. I. ,i I W A. FUr,
bond of C. D. Leffer. *. bill Hardy, D Caasel anJ J. W. Pierce. ,
tag was approved ana I
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The ::
tilling th* buys what she proposed following offlcen are to be nom- Cba1r1llu.I .
Trustee In the sum of |5,0('0. .( uut of tbe Interest and CIrrk. J. M., Vmsteal Polling plan: .
dung, hsktd Mr Prank Harrison to Inatfrd at laid primary election torn !I Attest Geo P. Ball,
th. fnlted States Fidelity and Rouse's store.Preetact .
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take tht rbalr.vblle be did explaining: I' I i, Secretary.
sty Company, as surety, was Ikmd Trustees, bal: 'u she t.cH more fully whit an athletic 1 Representative In Congress 8eo- No. Inspectors: : W. W. I

and approvedThe Sinking Fund 131.5 a.clation would mean or them and ond Congressional Dlitrlct. Marshall. Ed. T. King and en;,
eommltte appointed to Itryan. Clerk: R. A. Bryan. Po ,i MCCISTMATION NOTICE
l1a"
..mj bills were approved tb place: they :life In Mr Harrison
an 1 mark out road along the 2 Justices of the Supreme Court. i place: : Straaahaa's store. i
b asked tbem to select chairman
paid out of the Road < n a
... J Railroad Commissioners.i .
lines sections 1> and :
between burn among tnen.se4Ves: air -tTed Precinct So Inspectors/ : J. fl.I I II !I Tb. registration book will be open-
>n and 29 In township 47 south ) Member I of the House of Rcpresen.iJlVfS. -
43 east, from tbe East Coast i >r Co. lumber .2.40 Pine was cbusrn and be appointed Mr. '. : I Wofford. J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp. '''ed I la tbe various prectacta la Dad
road work C.S7 Harrison secreian of the me: 'lng Acorrrrlttac Clerk: J H. Glisten. Poling place
to the Hlllsborough River 1 Clerk of Circuit Court for onex- school hones.Precinct county for four weeks beginning,
: 'hen! i
road work . 100.CO war formed of all
ed that the same be opened mdse, camp 6<.:' prtstnl to bring as many as possible pirej term So. Inspector: : Paul Monday April 2. aad clo: Ug Moss

lows Beginning at a point on I t.1+bmlthing? 11.15 of the men acJ hors of the Grove to ,; 1 County Assessor of TUei.I ,' Matthews L. roraell sad J. I. Peter day, April 20. for the purpose of c1'

East Coast Canal ISO feet sooth I pick handles 4.00 the next meeting to be held at tile 1 1 Tai Collector *. Clerk: J A. Dangktry. Polling fug nil an opportunity to quality 11

north line of section 2 t, and I carpenter work 2S.OO Housekeepers Club on SunJay aftei- i 1 County Treasurer. place, school hona themselves to vote la taj Democratic

chains west of section Use Budge, mdse . (11.41 noon. April 22, at 2:30: 5 County Commissioner Precinct No. Inspectors: : T. L. primary to be held oa My II. sad
thence west 42 chains to .a II ., lumber fo> county 11.70 Mr Harrison sssnred the boys tott i Member of County Board of Pub- Townley, H. DaW Miller aaj .. L. JUDe 12.

east line of tile northwest exp. Jupiter Road It.7tI some day they would be proud to teu lie: : Instruction. Patterson. Clerk:: 1. B. MeLndoax All those who wish to be traaatarr-

of the northwest quarter or A Potter, dock built that they bad attended the first IIIHt.I | 1 Supervisor of RegUtratloa. \, Polling place Fair building. ed from one precinct to toother mad

tics, thence north 230 feet to the I ; Jones . . 2M.OO I fug of the Coconut Grove Athletic 1 Member of the Dade County D*.- Precinct No. ll-Ia.pectort: : B ... apply to J. C. Burtesaaw, Larklaa,
lice of section :I. tbence west team for county 10.00 Association. Several members of the ocmtlc Executive Committee for Pre. Potter Andrew Hard** lad Jackson rat a* the depity reglstnUoa oaV

said\ north line of section' 2t I road work . 2U." Cocoanut Grove Baseball Club were 1 clncta No*. 14 and T. respectively. I Peacock. Clerk: J. W. OaOaway. cen are aot autaorlxed to nuke these

northwest corner of said Bra. road work ISO.Ott present and took great interest la the ,: 1 Jnstlc of the Peace and 1 Con- Polling pace. Saoee'i old atora. transfers.

thence: west 2.440 feet to the halt ; trout work . 100.00 proposed plaa liable In inch districts an late ra- Precinct No. Inspectors: : I .T. I bav* this day mad U* toQovtaxappoiataeaU

poet oa the aorta llae of !j road work . 17.10 The meeting oa Thursday, tbe 12th. I I ranclet. i ii Stephen W. J. Daa ertl. A. T. of reglatraUoa oalcarala
theac toath (M feet to tea ; road workb.0v at the Housekeepers' Club was ODe ot i i I 1 Fish and Gave Waroen. II i, Daval Oerk: Tho Mrtcaea. Pom** the dif ereat election districts of

line, theac west abont 1,000 j j .. road work . 220.00 '''ace most enjoyable] of the season The rules governing said primary place TweedeH't Han. Dad county:

the "Bif Bridge" oa the : &, road work . 170.Ou MIN Parrott entertained Miss Patty I'I election shall be the same M BoN Precinct No. ll-la.peeton. Bury Predict No. 1-
River therefore, It t* ordered ,1 1aaid road work (0.00 Muaro and her brother Master t"lrth I adopted! by tilt Democratic tiecatlr Gossmaa. Wes Aaderso aaj J. Ca. Predict No. J- P. KlUaea.
I IU
\ described road b*. and th* road work . . 111.00 at dinner on IUDJa,. I Committee at their' meeting held laJacksonTlll tello. Oerk: H. A. Proctor. P+'m t Predict: No.' t-Fmak fb..*a.

hereby declared a public I I *, road work . 1X2.10 The Ladles'. Aid Society met 11'11.1I1! OB February i/. 1KX. for place school house redact N. 4 J**** Da.-.rt1.

Th. commltte appotatd to ., alt height 11.00 Mrs. Frank Church OB Wednesday. lad ,i iI governing Slat Primaries, to far aa Predact No. taspecton: : WJL Predict: No. T. J. Ha.noK. ..

lad mark oat th* road aloag th salary . . ".00 I accomplished much. Mrs. Church baa the tame thai be applicable to th* Scott R- Blaen.I.Ier lad J. J'. :Bar Predict: No. J. W. t'aatssl.

tics lad line SI lad betweea M from edkms the East M .. road work . 51." i! again accepted the president's chair I County Primary. TBOM and only oa. Clerk: J. 1. HOT*. PoCla place Predict No. 7- M. W. Marshall.

,! road work 12.41 of the lOd.t,. 'ios person hall be permitted to become Iuoa'i store.Predict Predict No. I- J. W. IT**
Canal to the Hfflsborongh
that had marked salary . .. ".00 I Palm Sunday service at the Congre1i I I cinJIdate before or vote at, or i No.' Uspoeton: : M. A. Precinct No. I- W. C. Pwadl o*.
they
ported lines *, salary . (0.00 i gational Church wa a most enjoyable participate la the management or said Marshall .. M. AlMbrook aid A.C. Predict: No. It... Joe Caaffl.
said section
road aloag th \ salary . . .. "..01 oe*. Mr. Merrick sever preached a rrimary electloa.vbo declare tbetr ads Tenet ark: .. C. fualy. FoO.i Predict No. 11 -AB PMCOck.
fore It was ordered that salary . . 11.00 better sermon Mr. and Mr*. Coaatin I lenses to the principle lad orfaaV i lag plats. school ...... Predict No. 12 A. T Davit
MTlbed 114Ie lad the sane I* I| '. feed pris . it.11 sang a lovely solo and there j attics of tie Democratic Party. atlomjal. ,,, Th* 90tIac shall lie by kIlGt son Precinct No. 11- George
Moody.
by declared a public bonds roai for I bills were approved good attendance to appreciate 17'n.a I IMr. But sad county, who are by U* tickets tarnished *7 ta. hate lad Predict No 14- O. L. HargraT*

Ire Th arms* following were approved: paid out of the Fin aad and Mr*. Pool have gone oa a :laws of the State lawful elector of I County UecutlT Coaiaaltt, lad at Predict: No. B. P. LIpptooKt'
Fund: cruise la their the election district la which they tile close of mca elections
'< new yacht tb* Lacy : : the ia**.o-
W J. Booth with F. A. Bra J. C. BvrtMkav.apvrrlaor .
,
crtm. pro. . N.7I M. West Archer is captain. rler to vote, who have paid their poll ton aid clerk shall proceed to aa>
Clarence Cook aa sureties. I feed ;pria.. ..4t4.tO Mis Parrott gave a charming child taxes legally da* not lee tana tea vsss tb* vote la aceordaac with the of Reflitrattom.

Leo C. Dada with Ewan crtm.'pros ? (12.00 cue' party for Masters Jack and Dick days before said primary elcOo.aad Stat taw aad aaH at nee forward
aad L. R. MOM a* sureties.J _, crim. pro II.I Gardner on Friday afternoon at tae who ball when challenged by an the retina to the Caalrmaa of OCoaaty I yon want ftrWlun. coa mA J. E.
J. O. I
C. Hooks with
Holmes. Joe. Assembly Hall of Camp Blscayne. tor pledge la writing apo oath eleo-I Eiecmtir CoaiaUtte Lemma, ages for tb* oM rvtiabto
D. W. Moran a* aurUK.O.
Charlotte Semens. L. Mrs. S. V. R. Carpenter has issued fore any Inspector: to abide by Tb. asemaU to lie pall Vy tt. Bradley good 1
W. Hall with F. hi.
Tim Haley, jas Invitations to tbe executive board of
W L. Forrey as sureties. ,,
I l Ferguson Jack the Housekeepers' Club lunch
to with .I.
i .
G R Netherlaad with L.
'' McRae J. &. Suggs. her on Monday, the 16th. and attend
Ejottrom and Chat. Ericsson as ph. Cats. Webster tie meeting o' the Ladles' Afternoon

ties John Gardner nub. of Miami, as Mrs. J. 8. Freder I
Dozier Wilson with R. 8. ".tL"1 & J. H. Chatham Irk, a delegate from both clubs to the
and H. F. Scruggs: as sureties. .. Jim Jehu Geo. '
son, State Federation at Tampa will IfU'
The board of public Instruction John Shoes Cut
Ferguson, F> of the Federation meetingMr.
Its report for the month of ) 1
John
Smith Min and Mr*. William Deering have I
Road Superintendent filed his
J H. Cox, Mike'Lar- gone north for the summer.
for the month of March. Dean. Evelyn: Mar The yacht Wjibum has rome rack to
County Judge and Tax Colector
Smith M.nnle flak, Cocoanut Grove Mr Vincent Gnpin
their joint report of licenses ', II each . . 11.01 having bought her
during the month of Arch,
E. Hire( kson. W.J. The Adirondack Florida School Mr.
I1S7 75 for the State and $ .. W S. )lUtb...... F. Paul C. Ransom principal was closedon once more atBURDINES
the rouat,. H. C. Milton A. -he 11h.
The following Justices ot the
R. W. Osban Jur
Mrs Alice: Bush gave a luncheon ou
filed their report of fines . . . 1.01 Thursday for Mrs. O. E. Smith and
aad cost for the month of ) : ., John Ferguson, Je- Mrs. Prof. UeGarmo.
Wtn B. Hill. R. J. Chlllngworth.
Chaa. Carroll. H. Master Mathew ),Mellon presidentof
Gould and A. E. Heyser, county Chas. McCarthy,
the Cocoanut Grove Rangers, leavesfor
County treasurer filed his I .
i Jacob Crier
I his' borne at Plttsburg OB Saturday.
the mouth of March showing the ., John Ferguson
}Ira. Isabelle Peacock I I. expected
lowing balances on band April .] Johnson
home from West
General Fund . . ...S Lawson Lucy White Key next week.
Miss Ada Merritt. one of the best
Fine and Forfeiture Fund Simile Dumps
known successful
School Fund . . . 3.6 .! B<-nton. J ibn Hut son, and most educatorsof
-he tb
S'a'e. Club
gave a splendl
Road Fund . John
lOu. Smith
Interest and Sinking Fund F. H. Pfender. aUl What on They!"What are Our Doing"Schools Miss Need Parrott aDd You will never be able to get shoes as cheap again

Special School Dial No 1 2/ ,: rea trice Pln-

Special School Chas U"S.
Game Warden Fund . rt pro Il.lt
,' sacs gleaned. Mrs John Gifford chairmaa .
crlm pros : : : : 112.(7'

Total . . { .. ,: G. W. Canty.Wnil of the educational committee read y
a report on the subject.The
The following bills were Wiley Fincltt Ama I

and ordered paid out of the 1 >T. J. F. Havens W. 'he club's ladles using accomplished basket was a lot readyand ot Beginning MondayApril the 9th
Fund ;
: J A. Cooper. Pat-
work be ore tea and cake were servi -
BIscarae Lumber and SupplyCo |I W. M. Jackson G.
Umber . . John Tucker W. i ed Two new members were pro-
posed. Next week It will be Houses
C H. Perry repairing road I| E. L. Crensnaw, keeper Day and a club cook Dock About 70 pair of ladles' fine 2.50 oxfords DRY GOODS
W 8. Grambllng atten. prls.. & Knock: nark (:
Gautler Bra soap sal pearl. :: I l 8. A. Bar- will be started. left out of last weeks sale. We sold over I

L Granger carriages. jury . l ,Wllllatis witnesses I Mrs Charles JoLn Peacock aceompanied one hundred pair of them at CI JK i I Boa flew anon Ml lr.. es circa .e hr.I .

Red Cross Pharmacy drags . . . . . It.00' Walter. by Jessie her and four Arthur sons Lawrence sailed OB'the I 1.90 last week., Broken sizes *P I I"** I ..+.d. Y'.. .,e.. fat I U I Cohen t Co. shoe- poor farm J. E. Hard- > '
Miami Clothing Co. mdse. jai C Hanls. C. P.Met- Hattie Darling. Saturday last for'Suaall..herf'
;)) piece and iaham.. worth lie
they wll': spend the sum- percales (
'
Everglade Hotel board jury .
; 'Uttle J.
R.Aa-
I| ladies' oxfords and and 15c for .
line of
mer. A fine he
gammerall A King mdse . ." |1 each . (.00 new
Thomas KtirglBS sal. sued I Mrs J... Arnold. I'i 7IfIIlf'OII.. glad to see Mrs Robert bals of every description new stock. 20 piece percales and g-iajhams worth lOc
Thursday at the club. .
R B Potter attend paupers Hani, witnesses, I The little has I Should not be on a oargaln C and 12cfor. fcse .
Miami Ptg. Co. warrants . I . . . . I.Ot'''j', lady many friends at I II I QA
I 3W
Walter KKchlng, dup war lost crim pros . 5.3/ he Grove. counter at all. 2.50 and $3 at 4 A \large lot of odds and cads in watts pique,

Pioneer Cornice Co. work jail I witness . . 1.00 I I Mr Day has sailed to build a band- madras. ducks and fancies, worth from lOc '.1/.

A K Dearborn, sal sun . i, t pursuant to adjournment sorts residence on his property bere.i I to 40c. during sale 6',e. 8sc, lOc. Use. 3)c
W H Jenkins, sal snnd . I! log bonds were received Mr Day Is a relative of Mr. J. E. Enns 3 50 4 oo and five dollar men's shoes in

Anthony.Rompf. shoes, farm .. W I. Metcalf. notary He was one cf the early visitors 20 pieces cotton voile in all solid color, wjnh

E r Miller, mdae . . :! I I I : of Florida at La rf'."It!I to the!' bay section and Is another proof every description, all new stock om trop 15 to 3"c for l irk
e F
F E C Hotel Co .water, jail \ and G. G Strohm.! as f.f 'having" cone once, must com the best manufacturers in C 90 ''I
FEe Hotel Co water, c house 'I W A Larkin notary again the world' P I Nt i pieces Indu linen worth trim. ilk> : to 15c.

C B Robinson court reporter :! I ; at Urte. with 1. H. ....___ _____ __ for "\c. 1'1 c and l I2c
W I Huffstetler. bur paupers |I ,I J B Rice as sureties;; Hums" Bleed Marks
A K rwa'horn. recording m no'arv pti'.illc: State at Stetson shces. while: the last C -
4 4U
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'
I M Jnckwin. lunar;} S'oney ) n J W Erickfon ao,1V.. \ I. : I ." BAS-yapS
A t K.'ld sarn !l :. .it F'In: Ue> '1 "II. .'a .' I to! b. ',..... "I I S1R

a F. T tit in. -im.i :":., : T.d! : was a.p.1 \\ I I)' .. ,' ,r

\\' ? H"'. .l-es! )ar\ '. :!; .1 inisi: i". <'I on, .itt I- II. w 1 .t 'S SI's! S; ::: :hl I; s 5 :e5 at A ::fin* line ; : sacsix ar.1 'awr .
:
I psbe
es
A '? f.I' r. -an .10.1 sun i .n t. .I\ a I :Lull, 1:; to I \ : ; :- :
chance '
\1. : it tfea.nnn light: i i 1 ; a'..." .1' *',..*...'11111 Grove _- w, I h 1 o ", ul I 2C cisc'-nt I A t t .;ney :se : : s. regari.ess : : :

K r' ( R > '. hire rn car \Ia": Rtt.'k. :it: .in Wil.iatt: I \ \\I. \ .
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W 1 Mc-olf. sal lUll I 1! I ctiniptntatton for tens : \. TI>. r: 1 ; '. .r .
R E MctV.naM. mci..... arm ') '"> beer be', n used< by .. 1.1' : ;ir'ant: : 3. t s-.es; :a: 45rr Tbl'.t rb.&l' : .r ;. :

H *> \\' Tl Drew Co book In Hiding -. i.,1| at Fort "" "n1. I.., ,, ,, II. "I .. ., IIZ., --' -- Tit.." tt ,, r'U f ;". : trv ,.

J E Pf':! ''.""u A Co mdfe was nfuwO :- \ :. 1.1 ..!l I ." .,I. !. I" Tfll.t \\.r. !!h-.r: 4<
Adam Co:0'.. fl"ln In :! I '? ?. -ons! 1 ail l 2.Chap- .. .. 'I T f. c.if5 Fire;: C- : Ties a: 11 .00. Th. ... rt'i I Z?_ I. r 1.=t,

E L Bet> Po Oil for bridge I ) > -. d.r I'M'Laws of Flor- S1 20.51.30. 1.80. and $1.95

Bank of Bat Rteea'ne I Interest I ,. !I' -. i th.r. p ,?''Ic nooe, :. .. ., "a( ,., : ..'It :t i'ar'u ok cr ,ir 1..lr':3 1uO'r, j

J W Ives. roJse is r. qiilre.l by laid statute, .. i 'iii', 1 1 l'' w .pponJ
J C DuPuK services etc of the Board to con -t' -he line and

Dade County Far Co.cota t or not they will adopt ft 'I' UI. un.1 W. Burdine 316-318 Twelfth St

T N Gautler. lamp of said law, at Ole next b log no further business the

J X.: Pendletoa dt Co. comfort :I of this bard Beard adjc roe to meet Tuesday, .

,I AaA .. arJOt wlintseq N pendtK'' YuL 19.OiY .
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I "MOTORING MORGAN"
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Tile-r"professions* \ OPINION TALKED GOOD ROADSAnd Real Estate Bargains


", V1inenon

Tats ,..t... n b. .>...... ,. Ik. | ;[ Gin Views On the Reclamation of the
Everglades Whit He
v_ of .b.r1b..ri4 ...MA .f tile II -
.. ._. .
a Erassa.. V" fa 4 ( pon."
rmtioOk. .... bit tk' .a ATTORNEYS AT LAW ..b...,..apprart.. .1....,n n... UI I.t.AF. I Anticipates In Good Roads, In the Near Future. offer a few trite tx)t>ertie. f.' lie neat 10 ...*
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.LMs 'tk r 'piauMi or
.w.-ta eu_esw..4 f4.aw I .: ,.< tb: raper.-G. -- ..f.....,

' ...a.......a..tWg.M ra..r I
...4 Ts I "The subject of good roads. 1 am eraie nnn and ..om\rIrh.r Mgt 2 lets, MxIM en paved Mreet. .In flee part ef shy ea h.$415.00

'0.lour, Mlaval. Fla. ,| THAT tlO.000.000 LOAN. pleased| to say;' said W. J Morgan. will gather the garlands la heaven for 1 let on 10th tret. near Av*. C, a beg Bargain. et . . ..S1MOtlversJ

1t1nO" His to a Metropolis representative, whll their' work because they lay a firm S lets I *n Fifth street. *aen. .
|IA -Dr Expresses Opln- .
D" L So aUU, foundation\ for the faith o' the chili .x,0000Houes
I ten on the tarn + la the city Tuesday "I* growing tm- and it require Infinite patience aadperseeraac and let en Third street I roem. fine place, eaey' Urwi*. 'tEOo
m n..lr la all sections of the country that
la
.
DENTIST. Miami. fit April 14 and It must be gratifying to the average 'I believe the preacher Jlrectlon would lu'' One-half let en Twelfth Street fee .. . .. . .. . IIIaO

OV. i. fcvmll al.-t.B..Ui..(. M T'tlftkMIAMI. Edl'or Meiropoltt.-la your Satar- wideawake citizen of Florida to well to preach the gospel of good I Elegant hate en Bth etreet. .. . . . . t4000
|' Jay issue o the MftropolU I note tit ob serve that the subject I I. one of t.a.mOIl roads John the Baptist you r....aa. !'
FLOODS potent before the people of this bSUte '
follovtnc newt Item | r. crying in the wllderaesi exclaimed
"New York April 14.-Tl. announce- at the present Um Such pap- Prepare ye the way of the Lord; ** Ma are eslllnf r**>Mly.' kwt w* have a few .hil*. *A*.
r. ATU11b0LATTORNEY ment was mad today that Secretary I ert a* the Time*.Union and Metrop- Hit path itralght The country : left at the feil* rtng psees:
H. Shaw. of the Treasury had permittee oil* have sounded the key note on the John .ai In mast have been rough I

AT LAW. the National City Bank of thin city subject of good road' for some time : because we are told be fed himself! oa Center lets .

_aa Wi". .. -..,....... .. I to draw ten million dollar In gold and the chops o' approval 1 I. echoed : l lby locusts anu wild honey and h* saw | en Twelfth Street.I12M
-- &...,.- .. TttIM. 'from the United State Treasury pen the lesser paper of fait growing the need o' good rods to get out of It. Inside let *n Twelfth Street .'. ..... HOOO
'** TT Fvk Is .a"u4l" I lag the arrival of the amount ea ', beautiful Florida Bnalnesa men that "The longer I live. the more I amimpreisej Inside late en ether
0.o U a.wsU II..foeS In London bank The Naifoa';' take but little Interest In politic or lathe 1 II with\ the necessity of good streets.. .
MIAMI FLORIDA I al CUr Bank has departed bonds tot'I' Everglade drainage matter are rode 11.... reserved for me to call Caesar lila *n ether etreet. .HOOORememe
I Helen to rarer the amount of the taking kern Interest In good road attention to the orld that Florida. I
loan because their bnitnest training tell and Ita East Coar. possessed the faitrt -
GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist II I "The (old adrancej to the National them that without a good system of and safeit au'omoblle race course .r that water, sewer, .light. *, paving and steel railway will
bank* will be retaraed Immediately roadi' the State of Florida will not 10for..arJ i In the world That course U known .II lie dawn there In tM >
OFFICE Hocm; sea slit/ 4y*.
... A.at. ... r n. upon the receipt of the European told. with the leap lad bound where\er the printing preis- perform
OPTICS I* FrlMKU BMMlu, II SH lk BL "Secretary Shaw eiplalnej the plan that It should If a perefct system ot and I have made g.od on that proposl
BBan>K>CE.SU H,SMT Boutenr* I tot' road were available to its citizen Hon\ .
the loan. which If an Innovation In ;a* the recent two mile a minute
MIAML FLORIDA ''the! Treasury work. Wing that the and visitors alike performance those Automobile

price of exrhange had reached a point Speaking of the proposition to drain racing ho.e'er. 1 consider U the
W. MATXffSlLD, where gold ought to be Imported and >the Everglades Mr Morgan said .r.... mil part of automoblllng and J. H. Tatnm & Co.
H. "hollered the reason why bank fall have been Interested In toe matter be 'not is 1 serious part I woul'! I sooner
R omepSthLet. .... on acroun- of Ion during :tran- nose 1 read that remarkabletooH\ 1111.1!.I a tulle) of gloat road than see
alt The Secretary ordered tad to published bLieut Hugh L \\ illoughby all 'far terurdi In the world lhattered.
Mr D _t, *l AT C
Omrs *
Kiel B..... m. i I bIV. e advanced on proper tecurlty.pond- ; mho you remember. made an ex 'Some tmc' ago I started the slogan
... CurT us Yaarrwua. I Inj the aerial of Impor'a'loni of oration tour through, that practical. \ r,>ad from -lack*,>nvlKe: to Miami:
.. ,twelve million dollar*.thu* far been ad I h unknown region If you read b.I''''Some I people iroffel I at the I ilea but
I ancej book It will tell you tolnmei about member .bat I I.a It will be a fact
rUDKUCX I In the meantime '.we. the peopl." 'I difficultly that a drainage! scheme +inrlde of lisp tears Duval S' John --.,
B.
Jon I are paving the National City Bank will encounter Only last week I obey <010.1'olu'la countln are waking up
CIVIL ENGINEER I of New York. the Interest on those ,I Lieut Wllloughbt. who wa, at Atlantic and I think an automobile Inside ofa Miami
AND SURVEYOR. i ten million dollar bondi, aad. whether Beach .h. he thought about the sear ...m t>e able 'o tour from Jack Business Directory
awry tithe saw u 1.5555. P5555515 they are returned In lit day or alt Governor scheme He smiled and $ -0\ lie in New Sanrns through St.
& ..e..pv: a.b DI lai5a I.5r.e err month any arrangement the bank baa i said: 'It U my belief that a perfect Aiuuitlne.Ormonj and Daytona Then
).... .'. .. to draw Interest oa thli gold, which I drainage Mtem I I. impossible at theverglades +ii a large cap between New Smyrna
Y LAYLFow.cot. FLORID 1* held abroad till attach. *o that E are full of spring and If and Palm Beach which Brevard count I The Out of Town Buyer and thoe within Ute city will find In the
the bank I* getting It* Interest on you drain one part o' It the rest of It must attend to. and then w* Jo Met below the addressee of Miami' Merchant under
K. tlCEXOIOl shoes now taxable hoods any tin 1'will be over-flooded by the thousands Dad count)"'s good road-Palm Beach elalfld. head for ready reference.L .
s. lea million dollar la told at the of clear Bring that boll up In all 41.eUOD. -, to l1.ml-.hlrll. 1 understand I I. to : I
REAL ESTATE. aam* time If the explanation ot i:i ,. ..' This It the opinion of a be widened, and If done win bring
Secretary Shaw I* not the rut..tkla4 man who ought to know, at he made i numerous automobile tonrilt each : L. BRADY A CO. I UKOINI A OUAmMMAM

Sort PttMriHi POTA1YTATI' 0..1..0).v.uc Cow*a I of pateraalUm onthe part of the I a careful scrutiny of the territorynd winter to this ectlon I Freak colts... V........ Dealer la Dry Qoe*. H..H*a
AT ALOE i I government toward the Dank 1 would suffered much la to doing Lea "A* a final propoltlon. lilt week, Lad LaWtea FaraUktaca.SOMOI .
FLORIDA. I like to have some ass properly beta WUIouchby'i finding by the way, motoring representatives from all over lZUI Street. Car. Ave D. Miami. JTa. UU M.
JUTLTB, the meaning of the wont were reported to the government and 11 the South attended a call I limed Faacy Orooera. aa,. Grin 10atML tar
Farther. I will water the differencela 1 believe, are BOW renting la the archive before leaving New Tort Th* can w S. OCAIVKN

H. P. BRANNING./ price between a goat sad a bear of the Ualvenlty of Peaaiyt.vaala. proposed to 'orm Southern )(otor. aad Map.*' Fwrtfllaer D.aIer ha Ortfa, Pataat ....
ibis. that thoM cold latereat Beat 1.1. Federation, the prime object of
.tea. _
Twflet
ADnIr M/ flair leg sow taxable boada" Ore tee "It Been to m* that ale money ex- which U to build a mala trunk hard J. I. LUMMUtt *. ArtMa\
.....t left the vaults of the Nattoaal City I pealed to drain laad that will aot be 11 road from Richmond to Jacksonville. lIlT A..... D. Y1s L ti
.> AH to CeMhBh
rne t Deal.- Orotwrtea. Oraia.
Bask of
New Tort I IOa.
wasted for could be better -
rear exBeaded The
..W Assodatloa
ear ***/. s-as formed and
of tile Dear People. I with are aid ot say pI visas 11 the BMt promlient Journalists and Bar aavl r.nm..n.laCK.. WILSON A HUOOLCSTOMUO

West Palm Beach :: Florid* I I labor la compleUac the ktcawaya oatk I good road mpg of th* Bouthera State III UU ItNet. 10a& M1. .... ...... W 15raaa.ae
THAT EVERGLADE DRAINAGE east and west coast sad coaaect- wer* mad directors, and am glad to .attt I. 4, 1 H4 I
l lac floss malt arterte with eroa .ay, tremendous Interest I I. ifcowa ai- 1-S lwetRh -id 1f15n IIE
JLYU T.SAXVUZ, L.U. Diwt.sees the rnM.nl N as I IAllUt roads, thn Increasing the tune 11 ready la that proposition. It U proposed THE MAONOUA *W OC HY CO. .
the Pvbllt I laaj and travel and eaabllac the farmer
bund A.
to road from county cap- J. CAMPaUI
ATTORNEY AND Dealera m Oroc. ... Hay aavl
aad the general producer to haul Ijltol I to capitol the satire length of DaaletmnryHI aCJI6..
COUNSELOR AT LAW. Lemon City. April 1.. I kl is product to the raflroad and to the the road each county to be responsible Orala.Oor. ta C
I g. a.w Ims Ye
0........ aM bs11.*1 ta. Ag.aJ I- Editor Metropolis: steamboat I am a inn beuerer ta for Its plec of road and connect the AT* D sad /tk M. ".
Fae.Itty.. ereoI' 0...WIS_ Me. A* our politicians teem to oar* I the use of prison labor oa tk* ran same with Intersecting roads It will Miami Vta. A.... D M17am4 F,."
:Dews rr wavwa BUKB. Lock B.aFLORIDA. II- made M lue of the dralaace Question I I and la this matter gallant Dad Doan be possible If that I* done for Nora
KIAXL wouldn't be well for Bone ty hat shown the way to her sitter seen to drive from tae North, to
of our armera, who are mot laterected. couaUet,End I am never tired of print Florida the entire distance as tie Atlantic Coast Line
to give their view of the !j leg I out the practical rult achievedby I rails are good to Richmond But f fwill It
I caae Dad county U that .ilrectloa.' I be the farmer and the cltlieni
Price & Rand I have; lived la the Lemoa City Jlatrlct :1 ConUnulBg Mr. Morgan Bald: "GooJ I along the road that will be mot ben. THROUGH8CHKDULI

ATTORNEYS AT LAW I for the put alas year*, farmlac : road I* one of the tare greatest I eflted ai the value of property will b*> I Florida Alabama
Georgia.
Room 3. S, 7 and 9. Hatchett Bldjr. every winter lad dependlaj oa thu ....eI.. of dvUlxatlon and la m, opts Increased I ten fold and the carrying; Virginia. North Carolina
product<< of my farm to lire and support Ion It come Brat School come of product be made aa easy matter. i and South Carolina
Will practice in and Federal I my family OIL la the ipringof second std church third W* coos t "In tab connection" laid Mr Mor-i The great Highway of Travel between
AU the Court State hare road so the children can 10Jltbool.
103. after several planting aaa go Iran In concluilon "It Ii latlstactory ,
been drowned' oat tvcecaaJrely by the tad we matt man schools to '0 know that ash a man ai Henry
I I heavy rata w. had ta March one ot "supply the churches with members XI Flagler and his general manager: Florida and the East auk \West. North and South
W. C. MAYNARD, the worst flood la tile history of as It It the average school pupil tnat Joseph R Pirrott are good road ea
Dade county I say wont becauseIt make the be.* church member and thuilaiti o' the; practical I kind They I

was tare too late to replant not the product of a revival secured know that rood mad will be the belt I Convenient Service, Elegant Pullma aV).ipiBet, Mafnlfloe Dining Ca
i Shortly after this occurrence we : through temporary excitement and I Ivertlsement for the State of Floe
saw through the newspaper of Dad sensaUonal oratory The days o'' Ida and Immense feeder for tbl'lrr.llroad Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER
,
I Flagler. and the East Cart LaaJ tom \|> ley and Knox are cone by forever. land of Florla! reached by good roalii 1 Celebrated V FLORID AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

AHD OPTICIAN.' i pan. had decided to gun u* om g i They coavlaced men of their sin would Increase a hundred fold and Trains ) MONTGOMERY L. AND N.
JEWELER
I kind of dralna** :or the protection 'through sheer oratory and m.CD.U.mbut I this alone from a purely selfish stand
Perfect Biting, eaj wearing tl aww |lof our crop again overflowing If i w* mutt ronrinte: a child by a point should compel' every citizen and COVE E\Ilti\T METHOD TRAVELING
are a great oomfort. With our eels e- at any time a whole population 'I 'patient rebelling of the dntle of lue I every man and woman to advocate and
site apparato aad large eipnee I uaanlmon In the praise of one :: 'and! Its respooilbllltiei It I I. the avis vote for rood roadi" Atlantic Coast Li,. one thousand mil tickets food over laIgq.llee ef rail
there 1s I Be guess werk. Prleeseeable. re*' It wa then (look at tile file of the I I Inewipapen road embracing aU portion of the ikMitk,ea sale tl all principal aceneies, at
We Witchea ClockJ.aerly i, rat of ttt each. Lifted I to
repair more responsible for one year f"claM of psireba For fall
pnbllihed la Miami and our warm the hotel business ooea-
will I
i every season,
tad Spectacle' A potties of I I plekasd reliable laformatloa reprdl.fateesekdrk..
yew trade a aed for. Located. Ave Wen Palm Beach at that time ant !climate than the shallow and unreliable remain :here until! early la next Writ Pillmaa serrleeete
.
.. D hetw..ea inh aad lit* !&I. be convinced). Evergladea.It month before leavingMr I Frank C. Boy 1too, Dli*. Pas
The office of the surveyor In the seem very curious to aa outsider Mllo K. Black cashier ...11I\ ? Aft. W. D. Sleet Tranll.( Fa**. Afeal
W. C. MAYNARD { employ of the Past Coast Land CUx.wai that the railroad of Florida, or to Hotel 1 Victoria. New York In th* : 1W K' Bay ..,, Jacksonville..
>*.., ** .n4.%, OedclaaLooisville&NaslivilleR.R. H. M. Emerson Trmffle Manager *T
those rallroadthat bar J.
been Celt Oe1
assailed by farmer, who waated granted same capacity for the lummer. Paweer Aft
a ,Jralaac of some bled )lr. Flacler \ a charier by our Legislature, were R. A. Cunningham;; front rI.rll..m ,,
was to foot the bllL ]Ua.1Io so eager to get hold o' those million *o to one of the popular resort In -
today are sighting the drainage were of acre of Ian !. If they could not Maiachni for the heated term ':
\ \ then In the employ of the Kist Coast | drain It without Improving the valueof and Vfli Pinion bookkeeper, will I SEABOARDAir
Land Company u foremea for tke ,' the balance they were already visit friends and lelatlve' In BrJovIrn ,
opening of canals to drain our farm holding of. If oa the contrary a* certain until time to return! to Miami I
From Fort Pierce down to Cutler ale I' person contend the land can Johnnie Armstrong head porter wit of I Line Railway
lilT LINK TO talk among the farmer was "drala- not be drained at all why do they knows more o" :the traveling public :
ace, and plenty of it"Our. I I I..t to get hold of so valueless I a pieceI than any other man ''n the houte. bjho
Blmlatkan. Nasavtli. Yom l 1 think that the experience o' last i I of property an.! expend tkouaand of .. U a walking encyclopedia of information F'OR
KaotvUU LouliTtTe. ClBtiaaatt winter have proven that heir ditches dollar through the court to get pas relative. to hotels, train, etc,
8:. Lout. Chicago aU paths were InaJeqaate And BOW, Mr. Ed- I session of If will be at his old "berth at RockawavBeach I Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Fines> *.

Itor. came a man elected Governor | Between treeie and a drown-out luring the hummer '''IOD. I i Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,
of our State under a pledge to the give me the freete every time. Ire
people to drain tae Everglade, or !1..111 then still be ahead of the other Philadelphia. New York.
NORTH AND WEST rather to reclaim the best porOoaj i fellow above; but when our lands are M R JOHNS HASCOMPLETELY Two Elegant Trains Daily.
of th.tk>tI and control the 1..*. 1 flooded aad we have to watt weeks to RECOVERED II
Ross of the Fanoaa tout trail I i Seaboard Express Seaboard Mall<
of the water la tae Everglades, and replant we are out of It.

"'CHICAGO AND those very men loud In their praise i!I L Kornell : The many friends here and through, Modern Pullman Equipment.
of Mr Flagler and his generosity BOW ->ut the county will "be pleased to lean. ,i
FLORIDA LIMITED turn against the Governor they elected I HALCYON HALL HOTEL hut Mr Morris R Johns who wat ONLY T.TTTEopirtdu
because of the "ernormoui tax" of'1 CLOSED MONDAY adjudged lnane the early part of la*. :
7 I S rent per acre for drainage purpo. i I tVoetnber and sent to the State As,- ;I diilT liroaji sleepers from JuLwirtJIi tall It Orluix.
Cs They say today aa their ex After having enjoyed a most flattering hum at rhattahoorhee has entirely ,
I| cuss, that drainage would mla the season Halcyon Hall Hotel Ml regained: hi. mind. been (Uncharged I Iftorn
", Only solid puTmaa train to the W at I trucking Industry of this county amfa latest and newest hoitelr: Mr that ln tltu'lon and returned to I For lull itf armition i.id deeper reservation, call on any ifnt ol th
with ObaerToUoa Library and i AnJ right here I dliagree with them. Salem Graham [.ropM.':or r'u. .1 I 'or his home at S'uart Seaboard, or write
DIme Car. 'The vater flowing through those the season on Monday night thougha fit will he rememberer" ''la, Mr -
'claim canals can carry the overflow, re number of guess' who have beer fthn sap .1"1".1! a nifmb-r of thbuar.i \. o. MCDONNELL 'tfitT JichoQiille Fla
thousands of acres. of good Una, with the hous' all season will be ..crommod.tt 1 of roiintr commlnitonert two ,
I make safe the few acres In cnttlva nth May 1 ears ago from the !' 'nart Ohtrlrl.and
Learn 8t Augaattae..5:20: a a. dallyLMTM !UOQ F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr., Pass. Asrh
and b :h.
> addition of flood ).Ir. Lonli Colt.<< who has been amlit shtlc '\\nf\ In suit capacity wherea JaekYi1.O! : a.m. dally goes: buM tae water lei el 0' the Cr ant to Mr Gnham for neveralearr reirre lllnrm which Irft hit mind!
Arrives Chicago .1:10 p.m. test dayArrlTw erirlaJei Llgh enough to the u* that put statss'hat halcyon Hall oat enjoyed 1. rink-. 1 Kr.0" :Ire uHci. n'l t tt. to
8L Louts, S:10: pm .en day famous protection+ I uhlrh dId not pro- a pkndld! hii r. >i throughouthe I... rtnr,| he wa' '.lk'D 'o 'he a.\Ium Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
Througt sleepers a'lO operauj oa tees us In U99. 1<>00 190: and IMS M'a/lOo. Mt'- flllel the better past rr..IP for -1,11".1, I "r-1'ni. n' han to be
A. C. L. I:M p. m trala. Jaekaon- The eiiMin"nt* of the theory that :.f the tim nee opeilnr! on Januar/ ..imd IIIIn 'm-an. n .>nTV
villa to St. Loot and Chicago a large body of water affordi a protection \ trra'ni nt w .t. 'tT-r'Ian,1\ ) ton
Ask for Uek U via L. A N. again a freeze do not seem I0thPtrlng\ th > summer she hounf will Mr Inhnu 1 10 .1' neta- ,..,11 and
For lafonoatioB at to rate tpoint. t* aQ to take In'o consl lfr.itIon the facelMthat be thorr'ta'tl' fnl.hrl l land when I the 111. a' sear \ rerMflrv bearing
Nark and W..t. ached.I ;, the A\V.t Cast of norld..llirbII. .- aga;a early In lie ta'.l: will 'it"i d.! '.. of \prll n and,I rl'.lthID tohi
and tail Infonnatloa. can oa say ticket Protected by the hnndredt of mile i compute.! !I' -x-ry de'al" II. |In b rumple r.ro.ran.1 ,mgne 1 bj
..... or deep wa'er In the Guf: of Mexico able also! :hat an addl:Ion will\ b., R I. GiKxlbrn! 1.! |-,tn CEO E HERRING II.' ', every jear The large body hullt to It Iho'II"Ir Graham hat \\ oup.'rln'C'n.l.I nt of the di>lunia
Fla. Paaa. Act L. 4 N. R.Jwbonms R. warm water flowing against our not drrlded tulle on this filed for record In the clerk oBc(
na.It it the Gulf Stream la fact t )fro Cole woo/ goes to Canada In ofhe circuit court today No-Cure-No-Pay 5O cents.








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WASHINGTON AFFAIRS gratitude From a steamer laa4la.tll .I

lr city promises to become of *
I ?' Importance The building of the Panama .
TOLD Canal will greatly facilitate ibis
ARE TERSELY H
rnd Tampa will of course always ben VfJ

great ('I' i of Florida but the Tribe I IUD

r(> lr.-. when the other cities of .
I he Stale get some of the good things : i .

of Ibe world Tampa Tribune
k \\"uhlll&'loll. April 1>- If the Sen which the; cnuntr} 'a interests can be ; : ;
5 ti ,x'4:9 r
best protectedThe
ate It marking Mme on the rate bf.l .' SPECIAL SALE
T change in the order of elections WAS OWNER DROWNED \1 f
std finding excuses for not speaking
a would hate to b. accomplished by a ,apt Frank Comforter reports the
the House li tv ai a.rasa talked out con.t1tuUon.1 amendment, but : MI I ;
r t li.Jlng of a coat and vest on Dog Island fil
of the till la convinced that .,
Bbnrke Cockran thin week bad an framer I on Tuesday by the Captain and .
boor of time ranted him la which toexpress i it i'I a good one and It has at least had crew of the fishing smack "Hempstead 1.
s atorable report to the House .
a '
his \l.. s. and they were well : The coat contained a newblack )
silk hankerchlef and a bon I .'"' -
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l expressed aid went to the point U usual It mill not be long before the Pure i I.'t. .. ... .
comb Tbe coat was made by Veltr \ ,
with his apeech What be adTlaed Fond Bill will come to a TOle. Matters I' \ L
8} nvan, Macon. Ga. On the Inald ..<
yru was for tie House to "aland are IB such a shape that It can II of a pocket of the vest was a card con- I Italnlng j -,., \. '. /
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pat' oa the rate bUl and allow DO at any time be male the unfinished tbe names, 8am Clegg and ",, \1:', ./
amendment from the Senate He aaUthat business and avote on R may be arranged I ./
"Tom Ajrcock. Capf Comforter also ;
i{ la common witb a rood many at any Jay It la poailbl that I ; -
cloth Island
found a cap on Dog oa
:t other member. be bad !rooe over the I' the measure may paaa at this session I Monday, probably belonging to tile I NOW ON AT x
t Hepburn Bin. hoping to strengthen It and It U almost a certainty that If It owner of the coat and vest HOW
I ec
'. bj amendment, but be ounJ that III'' dura not It .'lll paaa and be signed
these articles got to the Island ao ODe
{ very cue be had been anticipated b> by the President at the next ....lolL I I. hereabouts knows Apalacblcola I
; the the bill J cad he thought 1 Dr Wllev of the Department of Agriculture .
s that the t'a.t thing to do was to pass la of course the father of th I ITime.FOR I

theblll aa It stood andnot allow the bill and be bas a lot of "argnmenU 1 I I II

Senate to saddle It \lth amendmenuIn >n the shape of adulterated: foods of I LITTLE CRIPPLES1 HOME : I

i > the matter of a court review pro one sort or another: spread out on. two I I I II
t Tiflon MrCockrin 'ark. the ten com Mg trays at declaration that a -
Bonaentik that If any railroad ,, lure: foul bill l 1:1:11: : absolute neceaaltyThe I I New York April IAA! grand charity I a

were not ",11.11.'b\ l the rulltj; of custom house an.Pt'"toTt In New ptrformancc for the benefit of the''?I Sewell Bro

lh t uniuj|>.*k>n. all It had to do to York plated Into his hands this week New York Home for Destitute Crippled John & r
ae u a cum t civics was to fall to enforr '01. und furnished him with what heh Chlllren. will ht given;: at be Broadway rr

'he order ibis would at once i> :ittl: a nuui H r of frl..II,1I la an Tharre'his c\eninn I'TacllralI'
thr..a the matter Into the. court and atkrgood: argument It la to the elfeci I h all the ihcatrlial! stars now playing I

ge he rtltng that all he court ret 1 that 'b'. market o the Eastern In 'hi' ci' > has conntniid to con

-; vies amendments purported to _kIt I states i I. living floated with spurious trlbu., '" th.. i program and I niarlx er
was a quick, simple. homely speech! pure ollTi nil: ibis oil la of two "U\ star In hi. hoarse i I. suld| I out The
an,' ai notice! had bees given that: It .oi :a Om of them li Imported' right home. which I If HI fll \\ .-t Sixty first
i wa> 'o rrur. the all'rles wire crowded I.'r.ouh. bll! I I' U Imrkirtel free std pre. '. sis rtiMt.h.'"1 In \oemberl'l I

Of ruurKMJ .< ng a> h-. '" II toss 4o rsni, a gallon It coiui In 'bl'lh hronsli 'hi, efforts otMm ,
ender consideration In the Senate.the I free under tV ,i.claratonthat! It Ul \ I; Frtinttr wl l a of the the- '

'''ik on tae House end l is lather beside l I.uirlfoi, me huBionl UKKn I taut .i' leal niiii-' I who In to> "orkiini'iK

'h. t1 i ate. hut li l It an laJIra HID ui he :a op:; It li itt I for 1 I' I I. the KlWtt- 'chi !I">nr' In the s.i, aide tene- Shoes
5 nat thai th. H tut* fur once In j.'< .>( r< f".. f KIU :ht ,11 factories a"II" hlci *h ;in i a'il.- I '' ..n for Clothing Hats andmen's

'. .11. ,'. ciA :. s.-__. dj,,' s. s.ral'e-'t *. 'x .'.II'It. l'artl klllny. Ini ,
!If i, MM mn,..(, back from the Sena ? r. it If flit i I. I to n nine 'j"1 !Mri ', 1 1'.1 I w : h lb. 1 pt'IftlIL'1 \ "f the
> lake the 'I'J.1o'.1 1 I r''r': n of I'1t' \>-rt.tnr Goods.
'II"\ :ldfrablv aDienuenr lilac |"stash J U. d to 'ui i : 1 Furnishing
r It Is likely I to bate a hart time i ,landl !.II, 1'u' i. till 1 of .t :juiid'i vb,' ."i<-(.? ,I I. t In In''h'ltlnlt T few

.,y 1. get< 'n mr.f"I"n i ant 1 af' '. I I. ., '; 11 I ;.. i w 1 l' i.,1'-ii.I I .' 11.,0", i t women fri n.hah
'* i w I I- \ ., k. ur :puce !urea oil Th:i auf; i vt'h'I ''n .>i, ring t 1"111"
a.1'n 0 \' ti 1. \ ...antiti..t.; I- tu li..! II 11 lit fnn.l. : b ah'h!' h. h : ... Yes I 1. h JI".I,1' I'nii i.ii.,1 1
T a old 1 1 if :h' proposal o t '''IIall .n.tlllp.tun I
4r ( '....- 'b1 dart' of V! Pr.II..n'laJ 1f 1 1.110 1 I' '0: I sill 1 lIb"u !la :" li-K ""I
.
f j'f isriira lofa it the prosn al M sleet .n". .u. a 'hi \.111"1 can 'BILL !';S'E"

S aloes by a popular \u. But then n.,.. .11.. J UI: .I.\ ,:>. :-i "m.iroiiku' .,nr
'sure has been rotuced! aealn '" T'I. bt : 'let tee .t .. \tn msa- I '. 'n 'h'ti. a'tl: .. fall h.

\' Norris ol \elir.tka. and I In 'P"l i iT >' I 1,1"' ,t.h i" 1 iii. :II I... Pit, ;It ti II' i'' I It'h------I'- ::1" a

4 t rfc hi' th '..I.1; :'IT tutu mi' n'. I.t t tomb i f rs'cttilt; that the' f'aa' MI, ? f ,.. Th -" '. 'A. i .

v 1 'h* Rouse an ha' teen kin -:Y' LI eu.i, of ,h coons was being -'1'!','p,'d I t...t! : i ,':> 'n .. ,,11 :
'h.' Retat'. thirr in renewed talk --I I wth: b.ap; -,-!I'I"' 1 for hams'msI'fen- > 'i, III I \\'b.11 b,

"' -. naming There l N tnrnrpora'ei'c' 1 ,MI .n th." sat no svfnit.drtt rl'\11 1 IIi' a. .. ." 1.1, .tn'hi' I b

:h. hill a prnpu'at: t' mane ,b. .' cds, ui bouse though all "fv I' his 'If! hap;' ... -
of memtv" of 'h, H'mur bar ..- :. bcl! 1 i 1-::" d Thi linaict ht 'a: i;, .' .l:. n'i ,1'! 'iJ rill -
til .wan fast irt of 'moobject *:.:'!P! fuun 1 that' It it if 11.lilt I ..1\: I for a !"n iiui i \ neigh'hat

a.c i Th, "f 'i' Ib report says I I"11 H'"i I 1 1N \. Y : ;, i h. at! th ,cn .in c :'I-h.. nor { Zero PricesRoyal

'u .u cite more iBiiHirtanre, to the pal. ..11 tattles lacks ama I .11. and thou .-'wI:u ,::1 1 ,.... 1 ? h : 1\0' .l Going at
uses and pre '*C' the orofemilonim -H., ihi r' '1. Th> i' *, r. mn'trt T1':!,' n ,f.,. :' ilf in I f.iln'.
from living o\ti from one ', rill I.a.. '.",,,'.. i alur.! f '..'t th r ln 1 i 'o in I i'srrip'iott! ; ""U the \ '. the roevis of his ,' 'n .-, Ivjni air hl1lI.: an : ait ral ... ,
rot' ''Ill ." in- > ; ', ..1 1 if f'lli> > "AI:I Inside"'
", "k a' rra .I..clio"l "Th, Iirv pty .1. I I 1:1,:1 t P1 !It, colocJrl n -1 P.IN..nrjl In I t'-p' ml nt
pie > tired the report Mr. "rf _MfTlnnont !11: ,11 :lit nit n who sold It, butt

drama and a. a r ,milt, lire t+ th, aUociiit of the pure fool
.j .' InPot to ftre title T'<'ntl m I.. the .t. want III a law uu,Ivr likh the JOB FOR FOOL KILLER w ......- __ _..
P nartes atij 'h" coir ntloni bu r ..f i iii, ,'utl can 'o pioiu "i ; The: I tali: killi-r, can Suit lots o

? 'he very foundation ,>( oar polltaJ end 'chit ,ho say they 111 bite when a lit k 'n clubMnik to. death those pear -

l 1'- system, ant are the timer at .be ",ill pose. plv who think thc> ought to fill a T. i J a.oluDic: 'tnNADINOLA
h.>tr: register will all kind of rubbish I II
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I That mil: !H. one of the Items tat 9eco' t I I y -

I ling \ngel mill hate chalked up

fACTS fUN AND fANCY fROM I against them when they .o to register I ;?
I't on the other ride of Jor,Ian.-Fort

!< THE FLORIDA STATE PRESS I flyers Press, I lrot.ery .dmsbnvi ass sold m Metsntw

ft A RATTLESNAKE JOKE I
I I
A SENSIBLE ARGUMENT but Was beaten off Its next Tlctliras J. W. Pearson the oil man. was
EdBjnum. who was bitten In the I telling a big rattlesnake story Saturday -
r The fanmra and laboring men of calf of ,he legedneadajr morningIt which be brought from crystal:

Hami.toa: county have It within their attacked H. Good a4 and that Rhf'r. He said a rattier war killed

r, power to build good rock roads all over gentleman dispatched the feline with down there a few days ago with 38 8 man rAbsolutely
I 'Iub that be li rattles and his carcass filled a ba.bl'li
r the count;. If good road. were built ( happened to bandyreach. I i
the
It
basket overflowing war
The cat had symptomof to
'+ f the tie farmers would be every
over county largest snake known to have been 4aT
ii hydrophobia and It la a good thing
; the on"s leneflttrd The coat of marketing hat It la now out of the way -Lire I killed la that section ;
their crop would be cat la ak Democrat This reminds us of a snake storytold I

a't half, tint, labor and .tock would be j by Judge \V5nee. of Eastlake, :
saved For Instance In the present Saturday when In tbe city )
h, condition of tile road. &00 pound of ,, AN EDITOR ON THE WARPATH I Whitman bad occasion to pass lr"1 Pure i

I' co'on or other produce Is all that one From all Indications there win be! her front porch and saw coiled up
horse can possibly pout to market I some highly Interesting edrelopmentsin II on the edge of the porch a big rattier I ,' R

and for a distance of tea miles It Is Tampa newspaper circles thla As soon aa tbe snake saw Mrs ,' Made fromPureGrapeCream of Tartar

a aa all day Job to market use load Oa week Editor Frank A. \\ *1 pole, former I Whitman It struck at her but ,ue'I
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the o then hand If good roads were c.-' editor of the Tampa Herald, now sire netting around the porch eared In NAmU.A Y r--e-I and mossT
n tabllsbed over tbe, county the lime an editor of tbe Manatee Record stated I her from any harm except the frtgut It baking powder Royal is the standard, the ........ I S IaIa r meet beckks 'i;

et fast can pull 1,<*to pounds and In one to Tampa Times representative on gave her which so affected her nerves I powder of highest reputation ; found by the -Flsti tear. satswns, he.rspab4 CIIIIu o t
;; half tbe time.. With the material for Saturday afternoon that It was his Intentlon that abe bad to go to bed for a day /.c.baatb.ti Mssk .d ......* mar t
i, their construction In all parts of are of baring Charles E. Emer- The snake was killed and upon exam United States Government tests of greatest tines, etc,., hi luswly day.. Leaves the ,

i county our cttlaens should get together -<>n. general manager of the Tampa. Inatlon the wire netting war found ; strength and purity.It ,kill dart SdA, .....,, sad imuns the s
e and devise some plan for their conatractlon. Herald. arrested b>' the Federal aw to be covered with poison at the auly ..f y.ttth. F.rfnns! kyPric ....... y
.- Jasper! Banner of Liberty thorns, on the charge of violating tae I point where the snake strucy -Oca la I renders the food more healthful and palat- SO esoss saW $1.00 al afli'ur Iaadq 1,

ks postal laws In pursuance o this plan Star. able and is most economical in practical use. itofca, o* by mat Parpsssd by ; t

ADVENTURE WITH SHARK n' \\alpole on Saturday afternoons N a'n 111nrngaaB c.. htrta. Tea 4t
I > it rd the office of Court Commissioner WHAT HE POUND Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to

i Op Greek Advice apong come diver from recently Tampa had that a dAidedly .a L,lts L on Crane which and to secured make the blank charge afflda I I A man over In West Florida the I buy alum powders because they are "cheap." _,,; 7R_-

exciting experience with a I He stated hat he would the other night dreamed that near his
have warrants Yet some of the made sold
cheapest powders are
shark bill under there :
; monster leopard near Tarpon male out by his attorney. H. home on a a tree was
-t, Springs. The Greek war working la McFarlane and same would be ... a pot of gold burled Th" dream Impressed to consumers at the highest price.
a very line ajnog bed about forty C'I blm ao much that lie dldn Purr
i to 8e>vf'raJ daya ago t wrote a J
." feet below the .surface when the sharklipped I ter to C. R. Hawk editor of the sleep any more that night Th next Housekeepers should stop and think. Is it

saJdesJy upon bins Th* man morning, with a spade, he started oat
.,Id better
R cir-g: a basinets matter eon! not to buy the Royal and take no chances
UM shares which deliberately ., make his
turned to fight 'ted! .ih to aa Investigation and
ne a tat papery said Ur.
v s knocked him sows with D. Walpole and I have evidence to tile dream came true In part; be. found the powder whose goodness and honesty are never '

tall TIle man managed to algnal his effcrt that )lr. Emersaa opened .same I the hill and the tree.-Exchange. questioned ? .neftJT1dI lbgl.dtsm
fellow divert above and war very MOST KAU1W'\iL Maaaaegve

t Idehlyrows from the water bet. forttutaiy Thai personal LARGE AI -NIOCER BABIES Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an Tilt woD' ;
shark coaUaved th* attack
i tion of tbe law. which I do not In ten Joverlooking' Pope Henderson has been vladVated. other adultered A.k year sew'd eiee fa this weeb
the man war taken out of the alum-phosphate or powder t. handle
r -Tampa Times He has been telling around town *. If h* .sIMIt 1s- m.
water before being Uftrvd. Eh- I about Immense cat fish weighing! ap me t few pennies ? send. his name asxt addrM ,.*. -
chang aid address sad Joe: fur
nun sample
WHY KEY WilT SMILISTh to orty pounds being catgut la lAke Meatio
r Okeechobe Every on* thought thai RenUr I''JC- llB.rr
I NEW FLORIDA BANK eitensloa of tile Florid East I thp _
Coast the I Pope war stretching It atI. a flute ROYAL .UKING POWDER CO. NEW YORK aHshan Csaipaay Ce
Railway roo main laid to
The Democrat la reliably lafornMd and the Press scribe war lacrwdol I
t that lave Oak U to'have another bask the city of Key West means more to I ova that lie would not make aa ?lua. MtM u. Ss.ae Nsw Wft CIIr j

aad It vin be backed by proaolaeatbuslaesa that city than imagination N. Pictar. of of It. for a aevvateem pound ""cat

men of oar city sad coat,. The Island City, which heretofore haa I la the largest h* had eve beard of la lag by workmen engaged by the city I be accomplished before the celebration day, the ISth Jay of October. A. ft,
been Isolated from the rest of the and the operations were watched by of Memorial 0.,. so that the l
t J. B. Barton, H. M. Wood aad -other Florida Last Friday Capt Miller 104. I will: present to the Honorable .
world will be brought Into fellowshipwith I II scores of people The old ddlng of tile khiiorlcaJ old plea
well knowa men *U1 lie interested and of the O K Hah Co.. arrived from I
I other points of population. of warfare la of IDlU.1 will the ', A. E. Ht''Iet', County Judge of said ,
I will be at the bead of the Institution I Kel; Lake Ofccaobe with a aaptha boatload meet a patt add Interest to surroaadlaga.
The capital stock will very likely be has bee a dream of the people of I of cleaned cat fish, which were ago relegated to the rear by There art several like piece :m1Ie removed -i County. my final accotint and an ,
not leas than I100,00H The aubscrtp- I West for aces which la about to be parked and shipped to market by C, .UiIon of more modem material ) In time, and these also vouchers of the estate of John SandLL
I realized The work U BOW fairly vi- and Implement, and that U the reon *. : be placed t In tbe where now
this book will be open la a few day I R. Wade Many of these fish would I square : ers late taf amid county, deceased.
h and those desiring t4 take stock will i des way and It Is believed that within have weighed 19 pounds before they that the old piece found today I* I Ireally stands the beautiful and toftly Confederate s
four It will I I and at the same time make full and
yeara be possible to ride ao Interesting shaft Pensacola News.
have an opportunity to do so. Th* were dressed. and all the fishermen
.s bank will beo rganlsed and operated from tbe farthermost parts bf the coon asserted that much larl "cat" were By a resolution passed by one of final settlement with a full report of rt

w as a Su." bank and the doors will try on a train, through Key West and I angbt In O lake In fact these the fltyr' "executive" hoards a abort'' all my actions and doing with relation ir

be open for business as soon at qnar Into Havana Great ferry boats, cap *rtare said to he as large as tie ; lime ago the old cannons, which were N OTlCE. tn sM ""t.'... and at '*. same
alit of transporting four whole trainsare known to rent brneatft rne mrfaceof __
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ten can be prepared and fltted up nlgcer hahles ,las they are mite.) 1 Ime I will ask for a final discharge a*
to take them rom the railway .. .. h. Plaza wre' donate to the lady
Live Oak Democrat f th.11..i.Illl'pl: and r .enible that : In i'' t r'oan's I III.I.! Curt rf Dadet' Imlnlmrator of said estate
rnilntis. at KrsYeat to the Cnbakrapltol managers of REI..*. Squire. and
tf,: i fh in every "ar Fort Myers: PressCLO tints Florida:
Mr nailer bore great rnF I 'h., :.ik* II rim the ground today EmorY pradllng,
tia THE CAT WAS MADA .
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''TK. an I vast mad cat baa been prowling around t. s "-0"4l 4.n prwiHMe. will moat like. CANNON RAISED ::1' r. '.. p'a<-,',.I I on an ee! >atej stand In t., h. Fi r, "f !Olin :1..ot1..ra. Mr Santos decease

s'N Byrd'a market fo- .. > -al 'la's! ana .. .. 'I .t sh'u 'b r.M and un \n oIl! ,':innor. i 1" '*sihh more than n.r.:', ren nti ,d I and placed so that -'toof, ..i' 1 ro'in" l Iva. a.. 1
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stet bit a te*'o hj M! name ** did ''', erlaiire' world will hall bm: great, t'S I ii''I I was raised In all 1II'lIho"d11\ remain for
!c-' s ot learn a..ark.dT:eB rt, Bn- It li the people of Key West who f'. .. ;l's :rt. lI.b I' 'is this II orn \rir If Ie eip 'etel this .h'. WI:1: ". g- 'I 'has a Mon A'rorn.v for VlmlnU'rator -5
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